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Pjt itr - airuc mr -- J fcrskV - rE-y 5 - i J n 1 MMMHMalaaaiieiiiHHMiif r i- w k j3 X SPEMCER COOPER HE HAZEI J Green IE RALB THE HERALD OF A NOISY WORLD WITH NEWS FROftf ALL NATIONS IOOAYEARJAlwajs Owner and Editor bMnm VOLUME II HAZEL GREEN WOLFE COUNTY KY WEDNESDAY OCTOBER 20 1886 hex We present a new front to our readers this week and hope it may meet the ap- Â¬ proval of all On the second and third pages will be found some entertaining in- Â¬ C U It E S structive and interesting reading Read DYSPEPSIA INDIGESTION everv line of the paper every week and you will find at the end of the vear that you WEAKNESS CHILLS AND FEVERS MALARIA LIVER COMPLAINT have received more than your moneys worth KIDNEY TROUBLES NEURALGIA AND RHEUMATISM It is claimed that a heavy shuck on corn TT glvea NEW is a sure indication of a hard winter and YT is Invigorat- Â¬ also that when hornets build their nests on ing and De- LIFE to tha the ground preparations may be made to Hghtrul to take whole SYSTEM by Strengthening keep np hi fires Farmers report that they end of great value the Muscles Ton Â¬ never saw corn husks any thicker nor so as a Medicine for ing the NERVES weak many hornets nebts built upon the ground Womenand Ailing and Chil- Â¬ and completelyDU Look out for extreme cold weather dren gesting the food NUMBER 34 Our Stock Sale Xast Wednesday The stock sale at thisr place on last Wed Â¬ m nesday was a decided suceess and the i quantity and quality of stock offered and Has a larger rircnlation in the mountains of sold was a suprise toevenour most sanguine Eastern kentucky than any paper in the i supporters It being a busy season with Sta4e and merchants end others wishing to the farmers people generally believed but MscMre tae trade ot r a5ttrrn Jvcctucky wm j few would attend and that there would be It THK BEST ADVERTISING MEDIUM but little htock sold In this they were Advertising Rates agreeably disappointed as the following BTrwient advertisements 75 cents an list of stock sold and priecs realized will sales ick first insertion 25 cents an inch for demonstrate The total which will be found to amount to 93090 considering eack subsequent insertion Standing Advkbtiszxexts everything is very encouraging The es1 lycar 500 J 4 inches lyear1500 tablishing of the sales here has always been iefeeelyer 900 5 Inches 1 year 1750 a success and people are now more than lacfeee 1 year 1200 C inches 1 year 2000 ever convinced that Hazel Geeen is the aStechtl rate on lanrer ad vertiaementa place to ell stock lsel notice 5c line with 5 per cent off Geo Bishop to G B Swango 1 calf 12 00 25 00 lioEe to for lose time Swango 2 heifers ifarrige and death notice free tri- Â¬ Wm Gillmore to Lee Caskey 1 cow 11 25 23 80 bute of respect and obituaries 5 eente a J F Russell to Ike Rose 2 heifers D H Falllcn to H F Pieratt 1 cow 1C GO liae 82 00 Announcement of candidates for J Rose to B D Rose 2 mule colts State w District offices 10 Coanty offices A Nickell to J M Rose 2 cattle 50 00 5 calla on persons to become candidates E Childers to Jas Clark 1 horse 95 00 d their aaswers 5 cenla a line Payable B D Rose to G W Carson 2 mules S2 25 H Wilson to II F Pieratt 1 heifer 10 00 Trkblyin advance E Buchanan to W Swango 4 cattle 4S 00 TIMETABLE 84 00 A J Wood to W Swango C 51 00 A Nickell to W Swango 2 steers Knacky aii Sufi Atlantic Railway W T Ingram to W Swango 1 heifer 15 25 120 00 Stadard time 22 minutes slower than Mi J Davis to F Hensley 4 steers G Bishop to W O Mize 1 mule 75 00 Sterling time 50 00 No 1 leaves Jft Stealing at a if arrives G Buhop to G B Swango 1 mulr W O Mize to M Little 1 70 00 at Rothwell at 840 A M Jfe 2 leaves EothTrell at 9 A iL arrives at Bud Lacy to G B Swango l heifer- - 8 25 Mi Sterling at 1050 A M 936 90 Total amount of sabs No 3 leaves ML Sterling at 140 T u ar- Â¬ rives at Hotliwell at 320 P it No A leavefi Iiothwell at 345 P A Birth Day Party at ML Sterling at 530 P M Last Thursday was Mrs G B Swangos No 2 connects at Mt Sterling with 1105 A birth day and she gave a supper on that oc- Â¬ O railway casion to celebrate the event to which she M and 157 P H trains on C for Lexington Cincinnati and Louisville invited several of her friends The table No 3 connects at ML Sterling with 1105 A was laden with all the good things to be M train on C 0 from the East and 138 found in a land of plenty and the guests PM train from Louisville and Cincinnati were made to feel at case and at home by KifMontgomery county court day special host and hostess One course after another leaves Itothweli on the 3rd Monday in each was served and the guests united in the raoath at 730 A M arriving at ML Sterling opinion that it was a feast fitfor the gods at 9 A M Returning leaves ML Sterling Notable among the table attendants were at 3 P M arriving at Ruthwell at 430 P M Misses Ellen McGuire of Beattyville and Leaves Eothwcll for ML Sterling at 5 P M Ava Higgenhotham the latter a niece of GEO B HARPER Supt Mrs Swangos from Virginia She was es pecially attractive in her manners aud her attention to the guests at table Mrs Swan Â¬ go was forty years of age on that day and LOCAL every one there wiihedshe might live to be William Vincel and Cannack Elawiek of a hundred and celebrate each birth dav in Caspton were in town Saturday the same wav Below we give the names of those present together with their respective Jack Wood and Lee Patrick have gone to ages as near as we could ascertain and if any name has been omitted it was on account Harrison county on a protracted visit of The Hekald mans attention to pos C A Turner of ML Sterling was in town Mirn and potatoes Mrs Louisa Cox S3 Mn Friday night a guest of the Pieratt House Caroline Swango C9 Mrs Bettie Johnson C6 Mrs Sally Trimble 05 Mrs Nancy TrimMiss Loucinda Kash of Frcnchburg is ble Gl Mrs Emily Lacy 59 Mrs Mary visiting relatives and friends at this place Greenwade Mrs Lou McGuire Mrs Dr Â¬ Kahh Mre J 1L Pieratt Mrs W H Wilson Mrs Tavlor Whalcy Mrs W T SwanAunt Julia Little of this place left laht Ava Hig Friday for Missouri We wish her a safe go Mr and Mrs Jno AdamMMisses McGuire genbotham and Ellen McGuire F journey H C- - Swango and Spencer Cooper th cut Â¬ and more ter f weet sixteen From good information there is at least 20000 partridges within a radius of five A Good 2fiin and Likely to Get There iKIi miles ox Hazel Green Editor Hazei Green Herald Dear Sir As there is no one prominently before Rev J T Pieratt oae dav last week brought uf a twig containing five well grown the people as a candidate for State Seuator from this district I would respectfuJlv suc- apples the second crop gest to the readers of your paper a suitable man the position 1 refer Nathan The candidates for Congress Hon TV P Day for Breathitt county Noto man in B of the Tanlbce and Hon Wm L Hard willVkeak mountains is more closely identified with Campton next Friday t the business interests of this section than Mr Day He is an and successful Rev J T Pieratt will hereafter preach at farmer and the firmextensive Bros of which of Day Old Grassy on the third Sunday instead of he is the senior member probablv runs more the second as heretofore timber than any other on the North Fork 1 understand he took a very active part in Hon D S Godsey left for ML Sterling on aecuring th passage of a bill through the Sunday last to attend court at that place on last Legislature making it a felony to steal Monday He has a lot of fine cattle there logs on the Kentucky River He hns shown hiinpelf to bo a friend to the free school rxk The Cincinnati Weekly Enquirer and THE tem bv the efforts he has made to build up Hazel Gkeen Hehald one year for 2 is a good school in his own district He would what we arc offering just now Subscribe at make a faithful and consciencious Senator once and would not seek to prolong the session as hia time devoted to his business at home Steve Brown of onr county who has been is worth more than five dollars per day In to Louisville lately reports that there 500 conclusion he has hosts of friends who prisoners in jail there charged with oflenpes would take pleasure in casting their votes against the revenue laws for him Eli HE j ERALD wumaCordi I ISAAC W MAPEL Attorney-at-La- w And Real Estate Agent -- HAZFL GREKN KY Will practice in all the Courts of Wolfe Powell Menifee aud Breathitt conntierf Title examined abstracts furnihhed tax- Â¬ Will not fill himself full when hits system ia not in order to dijeatir hut rnjmy Ho and es paid for real estate bought the consequence ia Buffering and sold Collection a specialty non-rcaidon- MAN 0 i ik Â¬ J shipley P KOGERS WJTH A Medicine That Cures Ail Dis- Â¬ d01sy co eases Generally Cures None 1 Jrf Prmire Sebastian of Breathitt who was here last Saturday says the Court of Claims j of that countv on last Tuesday decided to build a temporary court house 24s50 feet for present use and that they propose Bome time next year to build a modern brick one to be finer than any court house in the mountains fit ESSE Tdegoods t Cor 4th and Elm Streets CINCINNATI Drastic Medicines that are bo violent in their action aa to render one unfit for lahor should be avoided but a Doctors bill can behaved very often by common prudence will use If anj-- CONTAINS posed of carefully elected Vegeta Â¬ ble Medicines Judge Levi Kash and J T Oakley who live near Hazel Green are building a tan- Â¬ nery and propose to run a tannery a shoe shop and a saddle and harness manufactory Their enterprise is deserving of encourage- Â¬ ment and our citizens should give them their assistance in making it a success Albert Fitts of Lexington who has for sometime been engaged in the walnut lum- Â¬ ber business here on last Saturday sold to Robt N and John D Eose Jr of Lacy Creek two log wagons and six yoke of oxen for 760 to be paid iu walnut lumber delivered at Rothwell Station Â¬ Minerals is com- Â¬ A physicians telling Book Volina by e a d i n g 1 combined fully tou not kep kcula vUt 1 making a Safe and Pleasant Remedy Tor Mia Mat 1iu-i skill- Â¬ eases at HOME mailed together how to treat dis Â¬ REPAIRING ShB OHIO T MY SHOP At Ezel Ky in in the best style RTS RETTJBN YOUit MONEY A disordered liver means a DRAG about everything sleep with anvwitLsfaction y rV 1 withafletefhand tr ill ITTggUt4 snA Orovremit SSonM YOUNA C0U011L fclW M ntkTAklCO OK Hellotype process on receipt of xo c Bomc cards by new tl ilutlcr neaf mi IuU ltt IT BY am now prepared to do all kinds of 3 surepairmg on Y atones Clocks Jewelry Uand optical goods Bring me your work and it will be neatly and promptly re And report to the merchant of whom they buy that they are not all we claim for them ESupaired at reasonable prices Hoping by PROMPT AND EASYIN THEIRIACTION nonest work and fair prices to merit we authorize auch merchant to riifuvour patronage I remain SSU j- - r Vollna Drug and Chemical Company Yours truly T F CAR1L BANK luirisour an ee22nr3ph cat THE- TRADERS DEPOSIT You cant think nor work nor MT STERLING KY 0 Bill Lusk lost his cae in the XL S Court at Cincinnati but consoles himself with the fact that he made a speech to a jury in that court and thinks something of taking out license to practice there regularly cincinnat FOB 1S87 J M BIGSTAFF President Cashier W W THOMSON DIRECTOKS CORRESPONDENCE WOLFE COUNTY Your coi respondent CVMPTOS Oct 15 had the pleasure of being at a reunion of his Grandfather Roses family at V J Roses on the Trace Fork of Stillwater on the 10th inst There were eleven children born to him David Itoc Sr of whom there are ten living Plight of these dined at W J Hoses at the reunion The eldest and the youngest diuert together the oldest being beventy three years old and the young- Â¬ est nftv one years old This was a rare THE NEWSIEST scene and I never expect to witness the like again Â¬ Try These Pills With the Above Guarantee I C P OALY BT CO Cincinnati O Beptl5 3mo Â¬ James Ciiopn Dr Pl It Drake mrSilv Andrew Fesler J T Highland WITH HEWS ANODYNE DAILY and WEEKLY MOST FEARLESS MOST POPULAH SK FORD BURHHE1M BAUER AUGUST T Diphtheria Croup AathziaBrcnehltla ITcuraleia Slunautisa Bleedls at e Tsaa Ptaxrhcea Sidney Tronblea asdSglEal 13 Incases Passpiuet tree Dr I S JnTtTunn ft Ce Baateg BT CtTRES Â¬ Â¬ Just what every lady wants A Magazine Hon Tom Stnart of Winchester will give a fine silk banner to the county in this Con- that combines the essentials of all otners gressional District which shows the largest and Deraorcbtfi Monthly certainly fills the bill The November number of this popu- Â¬ cenL of Democratic gain lar progressive Magazine is at hand and a Since our last insuc Geo Rice has sold six fine number it is containing a beautiful oil besidesfifty dozen of the window locks we mentioned in picture The Music Leshons last wecka issue which hows conclusively otherillustrations Its literary departments are instructive as well as amusing and its that advertising pays and pays big fashion departments is just what is wanted town this week are as in theso hard times as each number contains The sick of our follows Enith and the baby at Mr and an order entitleing the purchaser to select a pattern of any design in that number and of Mrs Lusks Lulic at Mr and lrs Evans any size thus saving the purchaser of a Mrs Cockerham at Mr and Mrs Tylers single number about thirty cents and a Mrs Evaline McGuire of Lewelln L e saving of over 3 to yearly subscribers Our county mother of Fletcher McGuire of our lady readers who wish to economize will appreciate town and her daughter Miss Ellen are vis- literary this for while they get the finest Magazine in the world at only 2 iting relatives and friends in this place per year they alto get all the patterns they tree from the recognized fountaiJoe C Lvkins of Campton left Monday wish to ue fashions n-head of for Louisville to attend the Masonic Grand Lodge which met in that city yesterday Miss Mary Liukous whose was lie went as the representative of Cox Lodge mentioned in these columnb last illness died week No 461 located at Campton at dusk last Saturday evening at the residence of her brother M F Linkous on Several of the bovs of our town went Laurel Mr and Mrs W J Wallace of hunting one night last week and caught this place the latter being her sister were Pos Â¬ in attendance at her bedside when death thirteen fine fat and fair opossums sum and sweet potatoes in conxequence is claimed her for his own She was perfectly a dish of no rarity in this town resigned and held an abiding faith in Him who Mid Come unto me ye who are heavy A postal card from N B Hays says he is laden and I will give you rest Loving located at Witchita Kansas andwell pleased hands ministered to her in her last moments with the outlook He has ordered The and sorrowing friends and relatives should Herald sent to him at that place and thinks find comfort in the thought that He doeth the regular receipt of it will make all serene all things for the besL She was buried on Sunday at the family burying ground on D can am Iowa March 2 1582 Mr Linkous place where the remains of Ayers Sarsaparilla has cured me of the her father were deposited some three years Inflammatory Rheumatism after being t rou since bled with the disease for eight vear M W Moore Sheriff Dennis of Morgan county last Saturday started with two prisoners one for Hon W P Taulbec and Hon Wm L the penitentiary sentenced at the recent Hurst addressed the people at ML Sterling term of the Morgan Circuit Court and the Monday and at Winchester Tuesday To- Â¬ other for incarceration in the jail at Mt morrow they speak at Frenchburg and on Sterling He stopped at his home at Ezel Fridav will address the citizens of this coun- Â¬ and while there the prisioners succeeded in freeing themselves ol the hand cuffs and ty at Campton made a break for liberty Sheriff Dennis Alex Hatfield who lives near Davsbor- - fired at one and aecidently shot himself ough is reported very ill with fever and through the wrist The jail prisoner made Hollis Gibbs whe is our informant says his escape but the peniientiay bird was that fever and flux arc raging on the headof captured Dennis wound is very painful Red River There has never before been so but not considered dangerous much sickness in that neighborhood Lacy Creek comes to the front again with On last Wednesday Be sure to read the advertisement of Day a curioity of corn Bros Frozen Creek and if vou want to John S Harpei living on that creek brought save money give them a call They are now to this office a stalk of corn which i like an receiving the finest iGt of goods ever taken ordinary stalk to the seventh joint where to Breathitt county and propose to sell them it branches into two and each one contains Iucle Jimmie for cash lower than goods were ever before one well developed ear Harper however a short time since brought sold in Breathitt countv us the most perfect species of the twin fam- Â¬ Isaac Ingrams funeral was preached last ily we have teen It is a twin cvmbling Sunday by Revs D G Combs and J T as perfect as a sculptor could carve it Pieratt after which dinner was served on The Powell to the ground In the afternoon religious exist aud the Countv Journal has ceased Os- Â¬ office has been moved to services were conducted by both ministers with one addition by baptism A large con borne City Kansas Tvhere Mr Knowlton will publish the Osborne Journal If the grcgation and good order people of Powell want a first class home paper that gives more mountain news than At the Annual Meeting at Campton the t any paper in Eastern Kentucky at only 1 delegates in attendance employed Rev J T a year tney Pieratt of this place to do evangelistic The Herald snoum at once subscribe lor work In the mountains provided the monev can be raised to defray his expenses Our Rev J T Pieratt will preach Sand village blacksmith will make a good evan- Â¬ Field next Saturday afternoon at 2 at oclock gelist and will certainly do much towards andat Valentine Picratts Saturday night improving the moral status of the people On Sundav morning at the same place he lie can bit ejn serae siedge iaaaer blows and Bv D G Combs will preach the fo- ior His Master s caae and is sere to do so j nersl of ISmrna Nickeii Sundav afternoon exev tiqie he- gaa a vcldiag heat ai tae same pWo le will deliver a termou Â¬ pr Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Coon rod Cable of this place was taken to the Federal Court at Louisville for violation of the revenue laws and I learn that he wah acquitted This is the fifteenth time KeTTapaper in America he has been before that court for the same offense and has never yet been convicted lie is loo sly a Coon to be caught Tor JnsMo Information ol scheme public Geo E Whitt of Elliott county was in oorj orate p ivue or other kind you will bo this place on the 11th in St representing obliged to read TUT ENQUIRO Henry Kncefel manufacturer of blank Aa to political and cocial intelligence books Louisville Ky and left on the 12th for Beattyville aud Jackson May success attend the efiorts of George iuall his under Ono is sadly Ignorant who fails to consult that takings C O Hanks of thi jdace will take advan greatest of all newspapers tage of the Kansas excursion under the management of C F Knm lton late of the Powell County Journal and visit 1m brother Wm Hanks of Bates county Mo Tor a Ive ncwsjxiper that allows nothing to Hiram Hogg Deputy U S Collector for the Eighth District of Kentucky was in senpeit knowledge suppresses nothing of Im town this morning and left in company with portance for a bribo or obligation applies no Harvey N norton for Big Jim Spencers or ujar coated excuse for evil deeds or their au Â¬ Joes stillhouse thors calls mistakes by their proper names The carding machine at this place has stopped running for thn season but will re- Â¬ HONE EQUAL THE ENQUIRER sume operations early next spring As far Comprised In its columns aro complete Maras we can learn general satisfaction has ket Reports Telegraphic News from all over the been given Robert Byrd the young man of this place world Excellent Feature Articles Miscellaneous who was thrown from a mule above French- Â¬ Food for tho Intelligent Erain MorSl Instrucburg and ho badly injured is now at homo tion Terse Criticisms and Sparkling Wit The policy ol tho Esquiree is to serve the and able to be about W G W Crucy was in town yesterday whole country and tho people impartially to He says that he has completed the asHess- - bring about genuine and Iatiag reforms bene ment of three districts and is now working flcial to all to freely speak tho truth and givo on the fourth one iactx to ccpo corruption wherever found Itev A P Jones of the M E Church and to run lor all pc2iblo assistance In the South preached an excellent sermon on the night of the 10th inst Subject Christian dotation hu1 punishment of vice 1SS7 and enjoy the satls KubscrHx1 fur it Courage fiuton ot boiuj a rtjdor of the best nwspuper Miss Arzclia Rose of Stillwater is visit ing her sisters Mrs David Hogg and Mrs In the world W F Elkins of this place Billy Pack and wife of Montgomery county are visiting his wifes relatives at THE WI this place John Tolson and Joe Williams have gone Lr tho Tamily Taper for tho country home It to Johnson county horse swapping gives tho general ncva of the whole world up to Spkadlixg Oct 1G Misses Belle and tueday of publication contains a mass of choioo Rosaline Tutt who have been very sick ior reeding matter deals In Art Literature and six or eight weeks are convalescing under 8ciencc and it3 Market Reports Agricultural d the treatment of Dr J II Stamper aud Dr Department and Household pag can not Lockhart Leidiok of Harrison county It is the largest and cheapest paper in The funeral of Uncle John Byrd will be Union and Is conceded by cvery body to be tho preached at the residence of A C Byrd on bv fit wefckly pajwr published the fourth Sunday iu October by Rev W G Robinson of Nicholas county Sam ChandWEEKLY rXQUIKER ler and Bro John Wilson Six Monti1 Cic has H Gosncy and son James will re- 053 Yxar SI 15 A Tree Copy for Cluba of livc turn here on the 18th from Campbell county where they have been visiting friends and relatives for the past month DAILY ENQUIRER Born To the wife of John Tutt a few 1 Yr 1 Mo 3 Mos G Mos days since a fine boy His name is Luther 7 00 14 00 81 60 S3 75 Sunday and Daily and John is happy 12 CO 8 25 6 00 1 25 Daily ex Sunday David Lawson bought two fine calves of Anythrce days S 25 1 75 6 01 65 1 25 45 225 4 00 Bud Lawson yesterday for 25 and two Any two days Co 1 25 2 CO 2 Any one dy hogs for S 1 25 C5 25 Buuday Isaus 200 There is a fine crop of chestnuts Apples are rotting and there will not be enough for Addrefea winter use S33T0IDE53533E5 Thos M Tutt is moving to Campton and CINCINNATI OHIO will ride as deputy for Sheriff Center Alex Edwards of Davsborouch is rcnair- jonN R Mclean m H D Spradling Sons mill Publisher and Proprietor MAGOFFIN COUNTY 516 Broadway NEW YORK ABLEST EDITED THE NEW AND ELEGANT irtime j y HIGH ARM 1 11 At i i r SEWING MACHINE BTJTT 3STO r junc OTHER TRUTH AHB FACTS IS THE BEST Â¬ or Tbesa pills were a wonderful dlsoovery Xo others uxo thezi la tea world win 99Mtrrir relievo all manner of disease Tho lniarriatlnn around each bar is worth tea tines tba eee oc a c or pills Plnd oat about them and you will alwaya be Ihanfcfal Oae pill a done Plartnfrt jmygfcTrt irea soiaaerywnBreoraentDyinanioriioeinBiaripa Sheridans Condition flouuar mb earm lay Powder Is absolutely will make para and highly con iixa zc it euro centrated Onooonoe chiaksa cholera and la worth a pound of alldlsaaaes ofaeas any other kind is is Is worth its welhJ strictly a sedioino to ninatrated in sold zoau oo be riven with food tiooJc by li 1 1 Ih atr tlht tin oaaa 91 by matt SUM Gold everywhere or sent by mail for 6 oonts ia Six cans by express prepaid for 500 2S X S JOH2ISOX C-O- SeottMb V riin let EJiHu Â¬ MAKE BLOOD PILLS w -- jjfiBuuimemTistuaiujtinia ht 111 IlLllv Lrl 1 nivr GOrvinx -- or i THE ENQUIRER A GROSSMAN FRANK otn y sculeztes CO GROSSMAN GOUVION Â¬ WHOLESALE MANUFACTURERS OF Â¬ Q 1 Â¬ PP11 audi beautiful work Agents Favor itobecause itis a quick and easy sailer AGENTS UMI Hffl n nn JU 1101 3RIDLESc 74 and 76 Main Street Tho LADIES FAVORITE bocauso it is LIGHT PTJX03TNG- and does - fr li Â¬ WAHEDIOnOCCUPIBD TEBRITORY CINCINNATI HAZEL GEEEN KY HENRY F PIERATT Proprietor SmMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMm O Ss -- iJ JUKE MANUFACTURING CO Cor La Sails Avenue and Ontario Street fcllfl litigf i s4MMMMMMMM j CHICAGO ILL s-- id besur-paj--e- LOUIS STIX IMPORTERS CO nice Vehicles and M 5 AND JOBIllRS OF Â¬ those wishing to hire a HORSE and BUGGY or a SADDLE IIOHSEii will find it to their intTent to con Biilt me HORSES BOARDED by the single meal day week or mosth jbflv ucn you visit Hazel Ureeu pnt your horse up with nje and- you will have it well cared for sSf Vfhen you want to hire vo can hire from me for an hour half uy uiy or w cctt or longer 1 For Ilire at all times and on the f most reasonable terms Satwfao i tion will be given at all times and Â¬ Â¬ and Tsaraak STREETS 4 X NOTIONS TEIBD EAC2 UiTIOST ZSr PARTIES COMVEYED TO ANY POINT IN EASTERN KENTUCKY ON REASONABLE TERMS Give me a caU when you need anything in my line VeryrepectfulIySc H F PIERATT U1T unci Cincinnati WH GILLIS WITH Â¬ Stephen Richardson of recs was shot by Dial Hoskins on Sunday the 3rd inst witha double barreled shot gun inflicting a very serious wound but at tins writing is improving Mr Hensley of Wolfe county bought of Calvin Salver one yoke of oxenat 70 and John Howard boiight of George Rose one gray filly at 35 Linden Allen of this place is now at Cat lettfeburg en route home from Texas where he has been for some time He is reported OcU 14 Gypsy Middle L Charley Joseph of Granger Williamson county Texas arrived in this vicinity on Thursday the 7th inst John R Wi reman on Trace is verv ill with flux Riley Protens family is sick supposed to be flux Mo of man in all ages has Ivoujs sick IB WARRANTED to cure Fever and Ague Intermittent or Chill Fever Re-Â¬ mittent Fever Dumb Ague Bilious Fever Dengue or u Break bone Fever Liver Complaint and all diseases erising from Malarial poisons Ague Cure HATTERS No G13 AVERS McCord Aydelotte Jteidilr iacreased l the vment it t -- t ccuc jTnrnzn rimur r dim injui ern ciiu J ptrpoje 01 pleaune thepaUte of OTercomlaK the disew hae besa maattfcetared all OTratba mile acre forth ia twor nd B atrr- - but their short Iee or hfc Is uulr exhaustedcause thanA Fahnettockt Verraituje eocttiue t jto result o and xawj are most frequently the txcklv Uaxa toother dallv Childrtn often loekaW Y vni f ictciuu uuiiijvtwTui load and tjujj hicuhmj in vuilv sapper and miners tne jiicaca iholcsoae diet tossing restlesUy ia irniicic sleep racanliigaad grinding the teeth then be assured thcsesrptt aeala refusinn n are laateauons of worms Maara help less child has beta laid la the BAFAHMEST0M1 inpiuit tttt wtiiiv rravewaeatce tisease run stace Uui madlciae or Woras aail om tint ESTABLISHED It U now nauty s asetca a raieay tloeitt reputstioa tit cUy ir rx WHOLESALE rt rt ViKn thr West Main Street KY LOUISVILLE The Wrought Iron Kange Company St The ingenuity been taxed to devise new and improved methods for extracting aud appropriating whatever joys and comforts there are in life One of the mobt practical and useful as well as the latest achievement iu the direction of secur- Â¬ ing or promoting the comforts of home that place i o dor to every one is a Wrought Iron Cooking Range happily named Home Comfort designed and manufactured exclusively by the Wrought Iron Range Company St Louis Mo The great novelty of this Range consists in its adaptability to the wants of all classes its economy in the use of fuel ease of manage- Â¬ ment and beauty of design No home should be without one Harpers S C July 0 1SS4 For eighteen months suffered luith Chills and Fever having Chills every other day After trying various remedies recommended to cure used a bottle of Ayers Ague Cure and have never since had a chill EDWIN HARPER I GEORGE E TUCK WITH WHITE HUFFAKER GREEN Wholesale Dealers in CIS rctlrrW uft5orl- - and when worsts hae really fcet theeane It hat been proved Vyotvt caTll that worms exist ia the hamaa system fxcm earliest mtaacy therefore parents especiaUy mtiktrx yah aremore coo ivorm for so surely as UV errs tney caa children cannot be too obsemnz cf ttejlrtt symptoms suntly with the timely use ef B A Fahnestcci s Veralftsgr taftly and sfttdtly removed form the mast Jetuatr inant by practice and many cf the most eminent cf the prolesslpo to recommend It and use it In their Physicians do not hesitate t chUl from all parts of the country testify K lit uniform success In fact It Merer talk It has freTuently been Urge quantities nf worms were discharged aud unnwdare ren as a safe purjatire not suspectiiijr th cause of the illness and used by eery purchaser to be hU own judje in one sense and ti examn- every relief afforded Great caution mutt be bottle he buvs of it The simple name cf FAHMKSTOCK Is not sufficient HeuisutlocJccltscSy aadfcareiU s Initials ate B A I ahnkstock aaa ie sausuea wim aouiuij CAxastan Md New Framklin Howard Co Mo Having osed the miflasl B- - A Fahncsroek Verailrg Messrs Schwartz A Haslctt Pittsburg Pa excellent rem Â¬ In my prictice fcr many years I have no hesmncy la rKooi Otntlcmtnl Lave used scale of that most and edy B A Fahnestocks Vermifutre and found H to have the mcndinir It as x remeoy w Jra H saft rs senterl desired effect I thinV your Venadsge can not safely be dis- Â¬ ia alt casta where a Vuiicu c TH03 M HANDY St D-Y juts pensed with in any family which VERMIFUGE t jrti rttiiU j reetUlha tcitnt u I rvccsssorsto r fnUuIDT7 Pfl nuusiuiuiiu tm CUnnftniX uuB A Fahno3todc onco - Pilistarj FarT I R L White Boots and Shoes B Green A- - J J West Main Street Ilunaker j LOUISVILLE KY WITH c ftyftton B SWANCO DEALER IX J Br J PREPARED BY Co Lowell C Ayer Id by all Druggists Mass H -- J CLARKE Hardware LOriSVILLE Sievers Carson Co KY GENERAL MEROHAlTOJSEfr HAZEL GREEN KENTUCKY KBRMI CONSTANTLY ON IIANI A PULL AJJStfRTEPNT BELT v FREE 1 -1 -a- 637 W Wain Street r p iiK LL V ITH OF - To introduce it e will for a hort time give away in each county t Ihov Hkrly to make pood agents a limited number of onr GER- MAN ELECTRO GALVANIf SISPPASfi RY BELTS a positive and unfailing cure for Nervous Debility Weakness Varicocele REFERECE John H Pieratt Harrison Lovs of Vigor Rheumatism otc 500 Reswango John Howertou R M Wilson S ward paid if every Belt we manufacture H Wilson Davut Rose Elisiia Chambers does not generate a geuuine electric current Wm Clark Col L M Dav John Center Addres at once GERMAN BELT AGENCY Campbell Byrd andotUers P O o 17S Brooklyn Nv- - York o20l 14 Â¬ 1 Wni H Fullerton JOBBER OF Hats Caps Straw Goods Gloves and Umbrellas Staple and Fancy Dry Goods Ready mad Ciothin Tinwart Hats Caps Boots Shoos Quoenswaragrocer- Â¬ Hardware Table and Pocket Cutlery ies Stoves and Farming implement country and at 4 1 CHiUMQOTHS 0 felirr Stn In fart everything n mally kept in a first el fn TohanLe for Uooaa or id iuicui ii rjoice aud Ws scfe of stsft djoripnQii -- BGXTT j usk tfc rr Hazel sSf - Qem ErnkW ir Jjpj WDTCiKCOOFXRFrorifc XAZEL GREEN -- gMglpGXX lt 1 Vl Sn -- onra an mu il uinii i vuv P flcsh is her to- - In short- iii m ni n - ffnITTIITli ml nH4 nun iniu uuiii n al1 U le C 1 4 MY LOVEAg0 TTMeh s wnUer ginning Joe Meehad f baUneed his want of education bv a r pnlii 41 i 1 - i01 MUabC anFlsl- - mini - ri Orarkibfca Iwaftchc the ve8selil3ue lore treasure bore from rax rm e3e Until niv tva- truce 3Jb IoasrreouJrfl13 reHSins bpace aam IUrlde tnrvlfrS K l 1 fJat there was a ng throu h his family nerat5ons back and though he of- tnih- - l f itittuvo euurseu apiam itis greatsUituro and las rllu i i talent no doubt had much to do with 1 the choice but his military claims had weight in the selection Ive no eddi- Aad months nro bv T cation boys he used to say j ot hore has damnedvutnh brightestam but with gleam To coining bliss when it comes to military duty Joe Is JJ hen my weak arms asaln infold itlmr As he alwaj s made his boas Jn day wYilsttreiis shnll or old ttfrrwwl nrl tin In iiiiuiiiia And 1 o Joy lx miss unit tiioats uiuiu mi T pw nach vo uie reserauouwin uapiaiu lie always was Jt is not surprising then atch no more f or whitenins salls that when the young men all along ST2 onrard by propltlons sales uie creek euiisteu m ism Joe iUee was To bring elected captain of that company Aerosg the the wandrer homo sea broad and restless J hat bore my lore away Irom iae mey were an smoKing pipes wnen i o tonder mifcfclves come weut in and wishing to make myself sociable with everybody as the custom I dream no more with lashes wet Ot perils that his path beset is in our profession I held out a hand- Fomow the weary feet M1jJ- tllf1 fill- Cif rOT1TJ uui i WVuliI nm -v i WHIM tmj I Br Time and Space no longer chained 0 gentlemen join me in smokinir a irood Fair Benlaiifc heights serene have gained And walk the golden street cigar They all would with pleasure and Oh Benlah aimd that lies so far f reyond the Hen of world or star thoy did all except the ilajoi He And yet so wondrous earn Ihanks vounr muii I prefer nere my beloved dothnear abide And yet hoiv often to tnv side the pipeto da3r Hecomefimy sonl to cheer It was a meerschaum pipe of curious X workmanship The butt of it was ocean depths or trackless ilain v X01 A carved into CaaithcireedsplritTiow detain the shape of an eairles Xeltlier can mountains hlglu claw which grasped the bowl It had 7ent like tn angel pure and bright a silver lid on wlreh was engraved a j u uiaie loucu uia inr unite Onoe more my love and L j soldior on horseback waviug the Amer- Mrs C A A Toore In Good Houhoibip j ican liaj This patriotic pipe was very black with service especially the eagles -- Tbenfr lone andsound or mirth fvjy0 o no silent hearth lay steps again St till cross ifif M mv first tRdtlilmnra ftnma 7v rclcome s fcanintere rain henever the Indians were troublesome and the neighbors ttould organize a company to defend W IT nn allowed prof J h3 dnm i3 TWJ5 al 1 Uvui uwo TI 1 r aumv uav T savs nst sn tin snv - A i V i nnn ma m na Tn vnn nnr tt c 42i li ii mi Jicau Uieill too xiCJii iu 1HU At this point the old man look a long I pull at the pipe and from that one whit he tired six cannon shots from his lip turning the explosions in such a way l that he made six white rinirs- - of smoke which he watched critically is they curled up to the coiling tmd linaily re J solved themselves into other shapes I visible only to him 1 thought there was more tq it and after waiting a reasonable length of time for him to bsgai ag xin I ventured j 10 pneK mm wun anotuer lnierrogitnon point ion said you preferred thoi ppo lo day Dont you smoke it every i --- it If it hadnt been for the delay -- - i day tUf No Only on battle anniversaries and the Fourth of July All the re t of the year it sleeps in the bureau wrapped in velvet I i lilt uju iiuuhi tnun mei iuuiM iiuv ii you must keen it pretty of all the imttles V i I I i v i fiOOD AND BAB OMENS An Old Soldiers War Experience With Them We all know that sailors believe m omens and shape their lives as iar is possibe so as to get 1hc Itcnolit of ood ones and escape the bath but I never knetv that uddiers wure eqnnlly superstitious that v I never knew it till two or three winters ago when 1 was -- snowed in Rt a little town n Iowa ealed Storm 1io advenltire may not lje Prairie tiorlh mentining except as evidence that the human mind i awed bv strange ti t i j ti ium nun sonucrs oeiieve tmiHiiuence 3n signs and portent- - just a- - triors do Morm rratr e i weil named It lies u IhOContur of the blixzrtrd region When 3 got nu that iiiominir and lonind out cJllhe tavern wndowT 1 aw that the a j j I j I - - t No Well I allow you can see that stretch on of timber whar the river winds along You nrefer sonuiliinr sfrrnorr No flavored than a mild cigar said I lor -Xor them ramparts almost hd in it was easy to see from the ago and color i the smoke from the heavy guns Xor of tlie pipe that the taste of it must be I the charge of our brigade u the hill very pungent and high seasoned Xor the ol over thar upon the left Sot that said the Major old diers falling all around Xor Peaceful memories Miller a choking of Den Kobert because Had it for a long time I suppose he wanted to fall back That tall said I in an interrogative way for 1 straight white haired man over thar on j the ba horse is General Charles F -- Yes this nine was rfven lo nft at Snrth You can see him i St Xo I cau -- co nothing Lous when we got tljar m tlie fall of Gl after the Missouri campaign It Well I can ee it all as plaui as I was a tiresent from Peaceful Miller that saw it then to V ionicj Theold warrior tired six more cannon i --Tanler throve a wild harm scarum chap that shot from his mouth ami watched the a i w- 11 1 nll tlv u uh me VirM i fcie wav iftwn frnm f ri in- - nuu l1lfi tn irs as iMfrtri xtm could actually see the wind or jine my company He vas good stock broken up into chaos lie held the pipe rather wnds for there wer eight or sound luckorv clar through to the heart out at the height of his eye and 1cu of them together racing wrestling of the tree He was a corporal and a gazed upon it fondly as men sometmes jumpuig ami uanciug over the praine sergeant and b- the time we got to Ben- - j gaze on a glass of wine- - Then in a in s uperuaturai rsvdry You could ton barracks Peaceful was First Lieu- - plaintive tone ho said It went all through the war with terilfy seo them tnke hold of one an Â¬ tenant of the company His correct j other ilnd waltz TUie muso mostly in front name on the muster roll was Pa me and done its duty well Its on the a we id ami uhunivc minor key was ciiicus an onnateral name given him I retired list now but come out occa- To night it furnished by au jelian harp of a mill- - by his parents as a punishuiant for a sionally for dress parade hundred miles or so of I ibit he had of holding his breath when j goes back into the drawer to nlcep until ion string a call St Shi- timber Unit fringed the Moines ile got ma- - 15t the boys all called the Gth of April which Peaceful for short Xo light was loh t uay aiwrin tin distance The staccato em- And there again1 he roke out made bv the iostling of the winds too hot nor no march too hard for him against ea h other was like the firing 1 believe that Peaceful would have vehemently is if suddenly recollecting i something and there again if you oi guns 1 never attended such an ex- - ilronnoil liil mi itiw vau1 itiri 1w a wagon He was killed in the dont believe in omens what do you itmg concert and ball as HiaL neither l to fight around Atlanta the same day that make of this What do you make of a b fore nor suc j we lost McPlierson They was two very collin with a live mans name on it Xaturarisis mantaiu that onlv pigs I dont make any thing of it What m see the wind but people who have oulncky shots that killed them two men Jowa and Xebra ka in li1 tliy fo1 w d you Peaceful Miller omen is there in that tnneled through Listen while I tell vou about a the blizzard s axon will tell vou that j was ls ieavy a loss to our regiment as men can see it just as well as pigs McPherson was to the Army of theTen miraculous warning that came from the aVhcn the increnrv gels down to about aesee other shore Youve heard of Shiloh of course W li I was llilrtv six bidow as it was that morn- Peaceful alwavs knew tliat he was Of course ing you cau see the wind plainer than to be killed and that 1 wasnt When wounded in that battle by double shots at any other time Tlie storm I speak j he gave 2iie the pipe he says Captan that hit me in the shoulder and the of has become historicamong traveling I want you to smoke this pipe for luck j head It was just before our boys were j all through the war and I want you to i forced back toward the river whar they men I am a traveling man myself I whirl j smoke it in j our old age in remem- - formed that last line youve read I should have been gobbled 1 pretended not to no- - about around this globe for a Chicago house j brance of me and that is how 1 was corralcilat Storm rice it but 1 saw an omen and a pronhe- - f right thar pipe and all if it hadnt been I i cv in them words Prairie bv this memorable hliwjm ls nlain ns T nnnhf VV for Peaceful Miller and Unii MefJinnis m wwj Them two boys dragged me plum out of was on my regular voyage outward the pipe hound After a hearty breakfast good I said j the enemys hands and sot me against a fancy Major V7I11 a tree whar I rested comfortable until liaut fresh exf reliable butter and There was nothing remarkable in tho sure enough cream 1 went over to tlie words Idontsae an v connection be the ambulance come along and carried railroad station to get the latitude and tween them and the event no evidence me away Xothi ng very portentous in all jongitude and to take an observation of any premoultion You mean the omen The station agent who was also tele- IUU Yes graph operator told me that the storm i Wait a minute J havent come to T I 111 11 ll Ms an imuugiiuui naicupiai1 4Iav Al - 1uie o oiTnweSL iveii s uppotc t was twice as oiu a the portentious part of it yet After the and that all ra Iroad travel was iudeli man as he was what would tou say to battle I wis sent homo tor rcpa rs with pitch postponed The philosophy of that woman i it be curious talk I a good many hundreds more 1 didn t our craft is tlrs When it blows to Jei it then get away until Saturday afternoon hlow and when it snows to let it snow Xo I dont see that that make any wheu they took me down to Pittsburgh Tlie telegraph was working vet and difference i Landing and put me on board the fccndlug home what few orders I had I do I never had much book larn sieamuoai nouna tor uairo Are you and the information that I ivas snowed in but I can hear voices in the air a- - listening Well just as I stepped on to in at Storm Prairie I went back to the well as the schoolmaster himself My the boat I saw four coflin s on the deck tavern to look after my Inalienable right own opinion is that it was the fates that and being very weak from wounds and Xo life liberty and the pursuit of hap- - i spoke and Peaceful Miller was only the also nervous tlie sight of them coffins pness medium of news from destiny to men almost made me faint away sinie as the prophets were God speaks When I got back I found You dont look like a nervous man already in possession of through his prophet to day just as He nor like a man afraid of coffins fellow citizens the available assets of the bar room ever fd- - I believe too that the very I dont claim I was ever afraid of stove It was a bigtove red hot in same fates made that pipe a charm for coffins especially then when death was places and those red spots served as ne-- auU- - out of respect for Pcacctul I all around us and in the verv air hut I targets for the citizens to spit at as they granted his wish that I should smoke it felt the chill dread that creep over a Provided mind you pro man when the unseen hand touches him smoked their pipes and compared this m old eblizzard with the blizzard of 7G or 7i Tided that I didnt lose it It I lost it and calls his attention to some dark or 69 or whenevor it was while one the charm wu gone and I was just as prophecy that other men can not see white bearded oatriareh sneered vm- - liable to he killed as anybody wasnt I It wasnt the coflin s that effected me temptuously at them all They were Thc Sft of tlie PPC fron a man already but the name on the coflin lds Every mere zephyrs he said compared with the marked for sacrifice was the good omen one of them bore these words Gover- Â¬ blizzard of isi6 when we had to chop that saved me wasnt it nor Harvey Madison Wisconsin The old man had grown more and What startled me was to see coffins whis y with a hatchet same as ice Â¬ more auimated as he spoke He had marked with the name of a living man The whole front of the stove was preempted by that venerable figure who removed the pipe from his mouth and Of course the sensation didnt last might be sixty two years old or there- - used it as a wand to emphasize his but a minute or so for I son saw thar aoouus ne wat a large ruua ami words jus eves beamea with airauge was no omen in the inscription I suovery solid man with a fearless face and spirituality lie naa round or thought j posed that the Governor was at home in x clear eve He said thar and van- - he had another compensation for his j Madison and the cxplanaton of hi ier and right smart He also reck- - want of learning thc power of com- - nanic on the coflias was easy enough oned and allowed Thcv called mumon with the unseen world the gift He had ordered the bodies of Tmne lnrl him Maort which I thought was one of of interpreting the messages of that friends to be sent home from the battle- those honorary t ties so generously be- - mysterious muuence that shapes out-- field and the rough outside coffins were stowed in the Western countrv but in ends rough hew them how we will simply directed to him This wa all that suspicion I wa wrong for thc old As he had asked a question I answered natural enough so I wnt to my state- Â¬ man nan actually been a Major m the it as be t I could somewhat timidlv for room and thought no more about it arnry during the war He embraced the I felt that I was touching a sensitive The boat was to start at four oclock red hot stove with hs logs in a very spot I said that a belief m omens was in the afternoon but thar wa- - a good affectionate wav and thev extended a superstition and that he had no evi- Â¬ deal of delay for some reason or other quite a distance down the right and left dence that the loss of his pipe would and I allowit was about nine before wc sides of it- - He was the richest man in have made any difference in the result got away The nght was dark and the Evidence enough Thar was the rain dripped through the roof of the the country as I afterward learned hav Â¬ ing taken tip a clam in the early gift of the pipe that was the remarks boat into my berth I went to the cap dav which was now a big stock farm a I was in the same battles that Pea eul ta n told him about it and asked him splendid jrrove of timber a water power was in He was klled I wasnt and to give me another berth Pav saw mill a grist mill and town prop- - 1 ani a smoking the pipe in my old age j attention now and see how tUC erty He was also vice president of the If you can explan those things on any mv itariniis inlaws were weaving the -w i rtililli t kttniAinlA - i rtti khra fhA tlAvn l web oi destmv - u m sorrv savs the 1rst Xational bank of Storm Prairie V Tlie Maiorh name was Josenh Mee OO 11 Mntnin t hnf Mn nnf Ari inv U fn Aceortljnjjto his own autobiography Major began to smoke again for vou but I have only two enrntv The revised JUVliorreff vlKhinrfn --hrinc hini- back to fourth i titA pnrmi inf1 thar qm fh be wa born uiu -- lu V r tJ lrA m what he caliexl once more l said m a lrivoious way i tor the Governor of Vuscousn and his the orusiu Schools few and do not claim the floor The honorable stall He is now at Savannah and I uie acoooi wimMion in tnebrudi when member will proceed shall call for him a we go down When he was a boy Thc only Lieutenant I savs t thank vou for he said that the chills crept over me that Uie major lacked was eddicatioh pipe and if Im spared will do as again What says I the Governor of A little a ery little reading and writ- - you rcouest but Im ati older man than tViscon dn at Sa annah Yes sirys the ing --was all the larnin tiiat ever fell you byWmlv vcars and I hope that captain of the boat to Sensitive on this point he used you will survive me as vou arc entitled The fa 1 wa that the Governor had to offset the disadvantage as well as he to do leen at Pittsburgh landing for a couple JcoaId by pretending to posses natural What did he savto Uiat of days but I didnt know it lie had qualities of a high order such as hard Well he jn t laitl his aft hand on come down aa soon as he heard of the 3Hse physical strength wresUing my shoulder and pointed wltliihWright battle to look after the Wisconsin bovs power great raemonv skill with tho hand up to the sky Can you read and render what help he could He A yifle nrfflawn V1 me f vr i 7t i Tr was Li susrsrii ue sjuiii iaici l Savan eujuic iie inosc tIi i io t ii not 1 he Msa then visiting the hospital at him up m rraae and because he can not see any starsWhy whiiuui was to pick niirnhthe boat wuraMUK ivrses ne pretenaea to know says again JJesauseits a bright sun- - auont sir53oiock and would have done i I prefer the ppe to day As the ilaor repeated his refusal he blew three strong clouds of smoke into Uie air one from each nostril and the other iiuui his mouth I saw that bv ion jiractice he had acquired culiar skiff m twifctiug his lips and ulatmg his breath so as to form tlio smalm intn the shape of rings flight of stairs flocks of sheep and other curious claw I dont siy it for I dont know it I can only say to you what General Crocker used to say to me Thar are more things in Heaven and earth old fttitio than you ever dreamt of But I will say ths that I didnt feel right whim l liist saw the name thar and I JoramV What panorain j havent felt right about it since I wish The wanoram of the Fort Donelson it had never been wrote thar thats all light I can see it in the smoke from I say lira ton Forester in Chicago tins magic pipe You dont see it 1 Times reckon Sit here at niv shoulder Now look at the clouds between us ami the FARM ANIMALS window Do vou see the fort over thar A Stusiblo Ilea li Favor uf tho General with the rebel ilag on the top of it 1 1 I dont only the buttles I was in I have an almanac at home that never fails to remind me when- - they come iy wite remembers them all bhe sthe best almanac that I know of and she never makes a mistake What battle day is thi- T Knlnu Wnll X tlklVUlI 1 IIUIIIU it JUiUl Ik I UW Mil t mvself if it hadnt been for the almanac I hail hardly ot through breakfast this i morninir when I saw her sten over to the bureau and bring out the eagles claw Joseph she aid do you know whati day this isl- 1 thought it over for a min ute and then I says Yes I do this is St Donelsons day iGopd scholar Jo- Â¬ seph she savs go up head And then she fills the pipe with her own hands and claims the privilege of lighting the r l j maicn auu nrmg on mo gun as sue called it Which done I kissed the old almanac and sat down to view the pan -1 busy j rrtll j -- - Ho had four friends killed in the fight Colonels and Majors if I remember right and he was taking their bodies horn Ovqw listen again the web is almost ivore It limit have been rthnnt filfvon oclock when we vot down toSivnnnh The night was black the rrn was fall- ingand the Ten nosa fr rolled like a fiood of ink to the sea There was awharf boat or another steamboat at the levee and we rouudd up and went alongside As we cam down I heard a man speak from the other boat in a loud emnhatic voice tieiv she is Hurry ud hurrv up7 J was staudins on the guardsJook ing at tlje scene by the wiid glare of the pine torches which the negroes had light- ed on both boats and whether it was that our boat rebounded when she bumped the other or whether he hadnt got quite up to her or whether the blaze of t I me ioreues unzzieu1 mm ir can not say but I saw the man step between ihe two boats right into the river T heard the splash and wiw him rise to the surface Like a cork hexwas carried alon for about the length of the boat ancT was gone lust then some gentlemen stepped on board our boa- One of them was addressed as Doctor and he was crying like a child To him I said Who was that man The Governor of Wisconsin said the doctor and passed into the cabin The web was wove the omen had won The care Â¬ less prophecy of a bit of chalk was ful-Â¬ filled You dont mean to say that chalk- Â¬ ing the Governors name on the coflin had any tlrng to do with the accident 1 NEW The Wonderful ILLUMINANT light-Giving- HOW HAIR GROWS PITH AND POINT 1 11 the 3Ietal Magnesium Do you know said a chemist to a reporter that tho metal magnesium la being introduced into the United States as an illuminant as a substitute for ail The listener disclaimed other lights any knowledge on the subject 6Its successful introduction con- Â¬ tinued tlie speaker will depond alto- Â¬ gether upon the cost of its production nothing but its high cost preventing its practical use A few years ago it was sold at forty dollars a pound Xow by a new process Gorman it can be sold at eight dollars a pound and there is little doubt that before long it will be pro- Â¬ duced eveu more cheaply Here the chemist took out a shining niece of what looked like a strip of watch spring which he ignited As it burned it produced a powerfully brill- Â¬ iant liglit more intense even than electricity Its use will not be attended with danger like electricity and it can be arrangod so that even tlie remote coun- Â¬ try church or dancing hail can have it Powers of Its Color Depending on tne Amount of Air Contained in thc lair Shaft At birth almost tho entire surface of the body is cover with Jine soft hairs These fall off and are replaced by others smaller and weaker than the first ones except over the scalp the eyebrows and tbc eyelashes Later on in life in some Mtuations the hairs become greatly deÂ¬ veloped especially those of the beard of man and alout the entrances of the nose anti ears innulvnueed lifOi The -- as well as tho dwellers in tho great cities It can be placed in a lamp ar- Â¬ ranged with clock work movements to feed a ribbon of the metal regularly It has a white vapor oxide of magnesium given off by the metal in burning which will require a smoke bell when burned in doors The chemist ignited another piece of the watch spring which glowed like J 1 Turpose Cow I am not able to agree with much that is being written and published in favor of the positiou that it is absurd and ridiculous to attempt to breed any class of animals for more than one purpose Especial argument ridicule and sar- Â¬ casm have been directed aganst efforts to secure a good degree of merit as kef makers and milk givers in any breed of cow Xono the less do I be- Â¬ lieve that it is desirable and practicable to secure this result that for a large percentage of the United States cows of ths class - general purpose cows if vou please would he better adapted than tho e with marked excellence for one purpose coupled with inferiority It is said he continued that a magnesium lamp of one thousand can- Â¬ dle power throws enough light to dis- Â¬ tinguish a vessel nine miles distant A wire the size of this equals the light of seventy five stearine candles Ths would make the cost of magnesium lit- Â¬ tle more than gas while no expensive works or street mains are required tor its use making its introduction for lighting towns and villages a very sm plc matter indeed I predict that within live years the magnesium lght will be as familiar a sight in man- - places in Indiana as the electric light is to day in Indianapolis Journal Indianapolis -- the sun itself Â¬ COST OF MILK Experience With Various Foods and With Combimttions of Foods Those who keep but one or two cows in the cities villages and at suburban homes are as much interested in the cost of the production of milk as the farm- Â¬ er or dairyman who feeds many A scries of careful experiments have been made at the Massachusetts Agricultural Experiment Station to determine the cost of making milk from various foods These were bran shorts corn meal the refuse from glucose factories hay corn fodder and corn ensilage A syuopss of the published re- Â¬ sults shows that in feeding bran or shorts cornmeal ami gluten meal three and a quarter pounds weight of each were used Two of the foods were also combined making six and a half pounds to feed each cow daily aud at times a combination of three kinds was used making nine ami th tee quarters pounds feed daily to each cow The remain- Â¬ ing food was either hay dry corn fod Â¬ der or corn ensilage The highest amount of hay eaten by any cow in one day was twenty pounds and of ensilage fifty five pounds The apparent bulkof the ensilage over tlie hay as shown by weight may be understood when it is remembered that tise hay is dry while ensilage is juicy The highest cost of milk per quart was from a liberal hay and grain feed boing two and threo tenths cents per quart The milk pro- Â¬ duced at the lowest cost was from a moderate feeding of ensilage and corn meal and was but eightv-thrce-hun-dredths Interesting ifi ij- 1 juie Pi1 atla vto 1 ites -- Is 1 for the5 other and that there are vast numbers of cows which do combine in a satisfactory degree good size form and aptitude to lay on flesh with ability to give a good quantity of good milk I have seen many sucli cows Beef making and milk giving are natural functions of the cow It is not contrary to the principles of breeding and is in accord with experience that tluise functions should be well developed m the same animal It is unusual to find them both developed to a remark- Â¬ able degree In regard to these quali- Â¬ ties as well as to man others the breeder may make his choice between efforts lo reach remarkable excellence in one point or a fair degree of merit in two or more It is clearly true that in many cases the latter effort is the wiser J 1 -- - - - - - 1 r nm- LT J A T I1 half-a-doz- en I l-- - Urging all breeders to select some one point and seek to develop that to the greatest degree is not wise There is a demand for animals so developed for horses with special fitness for heavy draught or for fast trotting for cattle especially fitted for beef or for milk for sheep remarkably developed in the way of either muttm or wool production but the largest num- Â¬ ber of users of either class desire innual s reasonably well adapted for more than one purpose the horse best suited to thc needs of farmers gen Â¬ erally or for most business purposes is neither a heavy draught nor a typical roadster and o of the other classes of animals even to the hog in breeding which too exclusive attention may be given to early maturity or to ability to Jay on flesh Aside from the farmers who keep cat- Â¬ tle with almost sole reference lo beef making and the special dairymen there is a vasi number who know what they arc about when thev insist on havingcattle satsfactory boJh as meat makers and milk givers Unquestionably its merit in this double capacity has been a great cause of thc widespread popularity of the short horn both in Great Britain and in this country It is amazing that men will continue to deny or ignore thc fact that there are many thousands of pure bred or high grade short horn cows which are in a satisfactory degree what it is denied there can possibly be good general purpose cows There are many short horn cows that are not good milkers many that are not good beef animals and many that are both The same is true in some herds of- cattle of a number of other breed On the University Farm there is to day abund- Â¬ ant proof of this fact iW to short horns Of two Hereford cows one is a good milker the other not i half blood is well above the average There is a half blood Holstein steer weighing over lGoO pounds at 28 months and a beef animal of superior quality a pure Ayr- Â¬ shire steer quite satisfactory in beef - Practically it will be seen from the above that a quart of milk produced by feeding hay and grain costs as much as two and one fourth quarts produced by feeding ensilage and corn meal It is iiiso stated that so far as the quality of the milk was concerned under the various con- Â¬ ditions of feed given no serious altera- Â¬ tion in thc composition was noticed Chicago cent per quart Iinte HOPE FOR THE BEST Why Ieople Should Look at thc Ilright and lioppriil Side or Life There was never a night so dark hat some would not speak of the dawn and never a day so bright that some would not think of thc midnight It is well that the enthusiast be balanced by thc conservative perhaps on the principle that a little shade improves the tone of almost any picture It is however a thankless mission that th grumbler en- Â¬ ters upon and his is a work that shall- Â¬ ows his own mind and heart more than that of any other Most of us see enough of the hard side of life hear enough of thc woe and weariness adversity and animosity disappointment and dsastcr in life without being formally reminded The newspaper finds more thereof readers when it announces a ships wreck than when it chronicles a launch Its column of obituaries is more sought for than its wedding announcements A firms failure is read by a hundred persons to one who will read of an open- Â¬ ing and a man who steals a thousand dollars receives more newspaper no- Â¬ toriety than a thousand raenwho should deposit a hundred thousand dollars each It is the natural elasticity of the mind and heart that keeps the average man hooeful while the sad and evil things of life are running before Its eyes or are being poured into his cars There should Ikj a systematic effort on the part of all people to see the bright side speak of the hopeful things When a majority of business men talk the dark side of finance there is a panic when a majority of workingmcu see the dark side of life there is a XihTstc ten- Â¬ dency There is too much danger in every direction for any encouragement of the already too active tendency to seethe evil in business and society Let us see the bright side anil call other peoples attention to it Y Herald On the northwest corner of Georgia lies tho county of Dade Thi is known to the neighboring regions as thc free State of Dade owing not only to tho wild and mountainous character of the region whose few and scattered inhab- Â¬ itants are in keeping with their sur- Â¬ roundings but because during the war of the rebellion they openly eocdnd from the State of Georgia and thc on federacy and managed to secure a free- Â¬ dom which says a corresponds nt of tho Washington Star they virtually main- Â¬ tain to day -- I recognize fully the marked differ- Â¬ ences in the adaptations of dlflerent breeds and of different animals belong- Â¬ ing to the same breed but dissent from the position that it is impracticable or always unwise to secure development in more than one direction in one breed or one animal Fmf E G Morrow in Rural New Yorker A merit Pernicious Practice I I r4rc- m -- j I -- Zr -- nnml ss -- w-re deMra-SWihino- tte Je The common practice of leaving a broad row of weeds along the fences of the meadow is not to bi recommended - tf 4J Un nln f frtv r f J reprorateu as oeing wasterui uusignt- Iv and disgraceful A clean meadow is a pleasing sight to see and one that makes a farm attractive A neat farmer has his fields bordered by a broad band of grass upon wh ch the teams turn when plowing and which is mown for hay and regularly dressed with manure when the other part of thc field is This is turning land to good u e that would otherwise be wasted and is a most con- Â¬ venient practice It gives a pasc age for the horses and reaper and keeps the farm free from weeds besides affording two or three cuttings of hay every year A Y Times J- -- -- -- - -- Governor Hughes of Arkansu-- was recently presented with a cane made from alimb of a tree which was plantWhen a man wants to find fault he ed in the State house yard- ai Juo will do so if he ha-- to spend all histime Bock twelve years ago by Governor looking for Itaaen Xews Eoyston Â¬ - J iL--X- eio Speak of a mans eagle oye is hell give yon his hand mention fist hell give you his parrot nose and t Portland Advertiser Were you ever in an engage- Â¬ inquired an innocent rustic of ment Yes one replied the a militiaman son of MatrbOT 3hefsuel me foe breach of promise A professional maxim for lawyers Whatever votr dontwithjpurmignt Manv a member of thc profSs uon nas made his fortune byworkta wtih a hairs like the nail are simply special will J A maiden lady says thatdfmgl modifications of tlie kin made up of life is bad It- stands to reasanjtnatqcuois the same materials and like it subject ife Is twice as bad but ladies rarely un Â¬ to many diseases The skin is mdo up I derstand mathematics- - --V T-- Tel of cells which are at first deeply situated gram soft and spongy in structure but as Julian Hawthorne says thiM on they are pushcdup toward the surface dav he wrote for twenty sjx cousecnttve by the continued formation of new one hours without pijuiingtoy rising from become lutrd and horny In most situa- Â¬ his chair HeiausV have got up two tions the cells of the skin proper be-Â¬ hours before day XqsthIoib EeratcU come loosened and after fhey have Thc jury brought in x verdict of served a proper time as a protective to not guiltr5 His Honor said admon the underlying parts they fall off and ishinlv to the prisoner After this Those which compose the vou ought to keep away fcom bad com- Â¬ are lost hair on the contrary become closely pany Yes your Honor you willnot CMcoqo attached to the next one above thenj see ine hero again in a hurry and push the old ones before them in Tribune the shape of a continuous fibrous col Â¬ homein th I am perfectly at as he plunged umn The loiver cells overlap Jive ov old toper six of those in advance and as they water said an That is where you hava the surf harden become practically fused with intoadvantage over water J waslhe un- Â¬ the them bystander who remark of Thc essentia parts of a har are thb feelingliim Boston a3f root and haft The root is imbedded knew Tha6 gentleman Miss Beautv deep hdow thegeneratsurfacefof theskn TTTrvKHa- fr IrnrvTV VOU i nS in a little sack or pocket into which crmc Yes did von evoriee snchmpjidence opens a small gland that furnishes It Tip seinuilr bowed MIssBeautr with a natural har oil that keeps it Miss never met hlmJ Have vou from becoming brittle At the bottom I Only at Spirit Lake of the sack follicle is a collection oi Hightie should think he mght have sens living cells freely supplied with blood vessels and nerves The outer of these enough to know that summer ree growth ol sort engagements dont count in cells are pushed up by tl Leader Zte 3fones new ones aud thus the hair is started town iThcre5 a Office boy to editor on its way toward the surface The the root is bedded man outside who says he wauts topav layer of skin in which Did hegivp Editor isthat which contams thc coloring mat- some monev Xo- - sir- Office boy ter that gives the tnt to the complexion his name Well yon find out h name of the d tlercnt races of men and to in Â¬ Editor dividuals in each race Hence the and all abostt him and what he wants to means of coloring the hair are supplit d pay money for aud then come and tell with the materals which make up its me boforeVou let hist in In the glori Â¬ primary structure The shaft of each ous field of journalism my boy the hair is hard and horny externally but prudent man will always be found on contains within a core of softer more the safe side A Y lirad spongy materal through which nu Â¬ tritive flu ds from the root are able to DIMPLES TO ORDER find their wa at least durng youth and the younger periods of adult life A Shop Where Uly Voiueaaret 3tad The color of the hair depends on tho Chavwlnruml Attractive proper color of the hair cells the hair Every one who desires beauty may pigment which is the same coloring possess it to a certain extent in these material as tints the complexion and the amount of air contaned in the days of invention said a curions little shaft The proper color of the hair man who has a small workshop in one cells according to its intensity produces of the side streets up town where he a pale blonde or deep red color The carries on a rather peculiar and novel brownish black coloring matter gives all trade Xoses are remodeled fingers shades of brunette coloration from pale brown to ebony black Combinations made to taper insteps to arch and mj of the c two give all shades between that work that of making dimples and long has added the finishing exhibited by the fairest Saxon and tho eyelashes col- Â¬ touclies A handsome face without a dimÂ¬ blackest Ethiopian Want of these oring materials makes the hair gray and ple is as lost to real beauty as a potato transparent and if there be much air without salt is lost to taste I have bui contained in thc outer parts of the shaft recently set up my establishment here combined with deficiency in coloring but In the few months of my sojourn matters then the opaque whiteness of have transformed many a plain girl old age is produced Black is the al- Â¬ into a dimpled beauty and added eye- Â¬ most univer al color blondes being lashes as long as an inch to the bare found only among the Germans Celts eye lids of a few ohers Is the operation of having an artifi- Â¬ Slavs and Finns and occasionally among quer- Â¬ cial dimple matle very painful the Armenians and Semites Bed bar ied a reporter is found in individuals of all races Yea I should think so because a The shape of the hair varies in sorao piece of the flesh is taken right out ol it is round in these it remains straight Tho e which are oval or Hat curl in the ehin or cheek and that operation h many directions and degrees The na- Â¬ not painless but I have known giris So tives of America the Polynesian and stand the operation without a inurwwr of Malays hue thc straightest while the when they would scream at the t mouse and faint if a spider curliest is found among the Bushmen a them Women will snfr a rett cai and negroes of Africa Thc race or Aryans have hair fakÂ¬ of agony for the sake of boanty ad a ing a middle ground between the e ex-Â¬ girl knows that a charming dliupicwtll tremes The direction of the hair de Â¬ add ten times to her attraetivtmoss mu pends upon that of it root Wheu it 13 will also be a lastng beauty if it i ro ly permitted to grow long the direction rightly made Just then a timid knoek whiS heard on may of course b changed to some ex- Â¬ the door and in walked a rinmevl of tent St Louis Globe Democrat twenty beantifnl as Venus with ibur or live of the loveliest dimples showing in ABOUT THISTLES her round cheeks and eh n asshesnuled prettily at the maker of these charms A SpiM ifs of Plant Preceded by Vut Kvot Surelv she had not come for artificial liitiomtry History dimples The thistle pedigree is a long and I wanted to show you how wall the ourious one Thc group forms ao- - dimples were getting on she suid in Yon see at Irst I thought pareutly the central and most primitive a low tone-that they could not possibly amount to existing tribe of the composite family any thing They were so sore and hook and it bears in its own features the vis- Â¬ ed so disagreeable but now I think ible marks of a vast previous evolution- Â¬ they are lovely and she smiled at hot ary history Starting apparently from own reflection in a large mirror oppo Â¬ blossom with five distinct and separate site and then smiled again with del ght yellow petals like the buttercups the as the dimples came The dimple ancestors of thistlehood gradually amination of maker made a careful exÂ¬ th little dimples and progressed as it seems by insect selec- Â¬ aftor paying a bill of one hundred iol tion to a condition something like that lars cash the young ladr departed How much do you charge to make a of the harebell or the Canterbury bell was asked in which the petals have coalesced at dimple Well that depends greatly on tho their bases into a single large and whether united tube Clustering together next Eersonand other the skin is tough and accidents Mr lowest into closely serried heads like those of charge for a single dkuple is fifteen ol the scabious the rampions and thc com- Â¬ lars but when I make on oni mon blue sheepsbit thev endeavored to face the bill is of courso several somewhat remake up for the individual minuteness duced It takes about two weeks to of their dwarfed flowers by the number make a proper dimple- - First I must and mass collected in a group on the get the cuticle in proper condition summit of each stem In this waj-- thev then the operation removing a part of gradually assumed the distinctive the flesh and putting back id crowded composite form each floret accomplished and that is ofthe skin the course consisting of a tubular fivn lobod corolla most difficult pun of the a calyx reduced to hairs or down ami a ten days are required process About to single tiny seed like fruit Of this stage heal the dimple and during completely that time in the development of the family the the patient must be very careful to simpler and less specialized nietnW nf smile at all or the dimple mav bo en- Â¬ the thistle group sich as the unarmed I tirely ruined ni uim uiiu me Alpine sHUS What kind of people eonie to mi to surca are now the best ur have dimples made viving representatives From some Every kind almost although you such early central form the ovolvin would not think so 1 composites split up and divcrsfie3 forty five here yesterday hd a lady of and themselves into alt their astonishing me an order for two dimples she gave one thc and almost iucred be existing variety chin and one in her left cheek In Sh Some of them varying but little in expects I rather think that minor details from Uie parent stock ac-Â¬ aid her matrimonial prospects they wfK then I quired prickly leaves aud grew into the had a nurse maid last week who paid thistle kind or developed hooked and me fifteen dollars for a handsome dim- Â¬ sticky involucres and were known ple in her loft cheek The majority of burdocks Othus producing it their i my patients are however voun nrls cage a rowoi jrmiantiy colored and at- Â¬ who consider themselves handsomef but tractive florets which serve the purpose not bewitching enough I have had five of petals for the compound bead men come to me for dimples four want- Â¬ bninehcd off into all the marvelous ing them in the chin and one in the wealth of daises asters sttn Bowers cheek Do I make scars margolds dahlias golden rods ox not very often everhave refused to WeH I eyes and cineraria In yet others the d mples for two or three people make in Paris whole mass of florets central as well as because they had such tough skins bnfe external has assumed the ravhke or Americans are more fortunate in that straplike form and to this group beÂ¬ respect long the dandelions hawkweeds sal Â¬ As the reporter rose to go a voting sifies lettuces sow thistles chicorhs lady of handsome appearance entered nippleworts and oatsears By far the the room She had auburn hair a most successful of all flowering plants snowy complexion and would have the composite have takn possess on in been beautiful one form or another of the whole were shaded by but that her bine eses lashes almost white world and among the entire wealth of I want to know she said if I their extraordinary diversity there is- no could have darklasn put into my eve group more universally fortunate than lids in piaco of tbse the common thistle What from the Yes madam r can do that said purely agricultural point of vew we the little dimplemakr but fc will boa de eribe Hs a very persistent and almost painful operation ineradeablo weed from the hghvr bio Â¬ one dollar for each The cost Wellv eve lash I woa3 logical point of view we should more not attempt to touch thc nnder ones properly regard as x dominant an a ad- Â¬ bet you can easily keep them darkened mirably adapted species of plant The with a little charcoal one conception is merely narrow prac Â¬ Tlie bargain was made the youngi tical aud human the other fe positive lady agreed to come next day for th philosophical and universal--onf- fl operation and left happy iV Y Mon man s Maffusine mg JournaL -- b - -- -- -- Â¬ gt d to-i-V- Indo-Europe- an Â¬ nt - m CT9Z5tn ifcn i i f i K21 rWr rwYrr All 4T TO CORRESPONDENTS MBtinti5B far thU paper bould W accom Frop I j jrjQ letter the weddinc must Or elsp vnn -- Lilias is sj impulsive you know Aunt Hetlie thit I do vsh yon would cance 01 miles uon t describe mole becantu wrte that down so bills as mountains If a raindrop wets she will not forget snggested Minnie handing1 a sheet of your face dont say the storm was ter- Â¬ paper to Mrs Arbutimot and then rible if a person is polite to you or A CHARMING MAIDEN wiUidrawinjr it ad ling Suppose I does 3011 a favor dont immediate write it and Jet yon sign it as you say conclude that he adores you and would When I m racked with darting pain your eyes trouble you to day When worn and weary is my liraln die for you if on the other hand ho And anguish drives me most insane 4 Do so my deaf mv eyes arc very seems somewhat uneffusive dont infer With writhinss energetic bad to day but for them I would post- Â¬ that he hates and would like to kill Then comes amaidea fair to me pone my journey until later in the sea- Â¬ you Appreciate all gocd things but burreao of woe and pain is she All liirlitness volatility son dont sentimentalize over them Dont The cbarmlng Ajm Aefethetlo r So Minnie wrote run when walking would be just as Xrit e thou sweet odes to charming maids strictly and literally I intend to adhere well and probably better and dont to the terms in fcig balladsto coquettish 1adei which I yesterday wrote to Mr Mariscal just pour j ourself out when perhaps ril save my choicest wjronafle Yor one more sympathetic and Frank Carroll if they are not suit Â¬ it might be just as well to contain 3our who In the hoar when wretchedness ed with what I wrote I cant help it I self Gush is doubtless enjey ed bv an Is sore in palnf ulest excess fcoothee charms relieves with soft carets will abde by that decision And to individual here and there who is him- Â¬ Serene Miss Ann Aesthetic this Mrs Arouthnot appended her name self effusive but by the world in gen-Â¬ and the date Somewhat to Mrs Ar eral it is considered as one of the things Tonr sirens fair come not where woe Convulse with its horrid throe huthnots surprise none of the family to be endured with other afflictions In smiles they come in storm they go saw any thing of Mr Mariscal all that Watchman Like dosmaa theoretic But oh the tender blissful touch day and she had to start thai night for That soothes when Buffering over much A quick tempered but self possessed ISewYoric whence she was to sail for bereneand efficacious such bull got on the railroad track at Madi Â¬ Paris without seeing him again Earlj 7s matchless Ann Aesthetic the next raorniujr there came to the son Conn the other day and wouldnt Texan Stltugi house not Mr Mariscal but Frank get off when the Newport express came Carroll who to Lilias intense araazo along This is not the usual chestnut TWO POSTAL CARDS ment greeted her as if he were her nc- - about the bull and the locomotive for cspted lover As soon as she could do the train stopped rather than try con- Â¬ brake The leading Part They Played in so that is as soon as she could mako clusions with the animal and a off the npdier mind to do so she withdrew man was sent to get the bull a Romance from his onfoldiugarms and exclaimed track He succeeded remarkably well Why Frank Ilow courageous vou but the bull was mighty close to his Friends of the two jrirls often thought are to venture here in such an assured heels as he skipped over the nearest Hartford Fost St was a great pty that Mrs Arbutimot mannr after what Aunt Hettie wrote fence and her husband had bcn appointed to vou At one of the leading hotels of El- Courageous he repeated I dont sole guardians of Jasper Xevins nieces mira N Y the waitress accosted a understand you it is lxscause received with full care of their money as well as her card that 1 am here nowI I must guest with the query What kind of meat will 3011 have salmon or hot dfthe girls themselves for Mr Arbuth- Â¬ own that I wa a little surprised when I cakes not though a good well meaning man read it though p What could she have said to you was as clay in the acute wifes hands Mr T S Millkii Surgeon Generals of- Â¬ and all who knew her knew that money asked Lilias in amazement still fice recommends Red Star Cough Cure Here it is read it for yourself I 25 cents was the one thing she worshipped In only got it this morning having been Dr Butler her way she liked rhpj girls whose away on business or Fdhavc been here TersityItEngland M A St Cambridge Uni says Jacobs Oil acts mother had been her favorite sister nud last evening he answered handing a like magic she gave theui a happy home happy postal card to Lilias savu Mrs Ax advertiser in one that is until the ever troubkteome ques- Â¬ ple wiioArbutimot was one of those peo- Â¬ that ho has a cottage to of the papers eight letcontaining use a postal card for any or all tions about lovers began to arise purposes she had a perfect mania for rooms and an aero of land Lilias Kevins was but little more than them and could not be persuaded not Buckixghams Dye for tho Whiskers pro-Â¬ a year older than sister Minnie to write the most confidential things duces in one application a permanent the two wore united as twins could have upon them so Lilias was not at all sur- Â¬ color have used Ayers Ague Cure We and have Tjcen rather too uracil united on one prised that she had written her com- Â¬ fount it invaluablo in malarial troubles munications to the two 3Toung man on the money Soint for tbey comfort of their Aunt these cards though most people prefer A wmi makes the horse go as called Mrs Arbuthnot to jend such missives in a sealed e n makes tho mare go and a green musk and that was their opinion of Frank velopc She melon pickled makes the mango read Carroll and Felipe Mariscal So sorry that I can not see LooKSnAar It is time to begin when I do declare Lilias said Minnie night I write in haste and confuyou to- Â¬ vour ion to skin breaks out iu pimples to use one night after they had retired to then say that I am more than willing that Glcxxs Sulpuui SoAr room for the nighC I can not compre- Â¬ you should marry Lilias Hnis Hair axd Wuisker Drn Black or ami 1 trust hend why aunt Hottk so dote on Mr that she will appreciate the compliment Brown 50c Alariscal he is as callow and thin as a you have paid treather from know Evelixa man can he he hasnt two words to sav ment of you I am sure sheher pastAt any- nuts are wants tjpeoples what chestjokes Erie Other will hf is not niirtirailnrlv-nnlii-- n for himself ate it is my desire that she marry you dear Other peoples jokes SotnervilU Journal to auntie why does she like him so i and no one else on pain of my auger much To Uiis appended Ax inferior article is any price It is clear ouough to mc replied the date ofwas preceding her name and Remember thisaad buy dear atAslo Grease Prazor the day Lilias You know Aunt Hettie was Lilias was mystified A COLLCCTOR of curiosities wants to get really very poor when she was 3 ouug Mr Arbuthnot mildly irank jubilant Â¬ puzzled but ac the original brush with which tho signs of and she dfeads poverty for us she hon- Â¬ quiescent andMinnie smiling butsilent Herald estly thinks she is acting for mv good When Mr Arbuthnot told Frank that the times ore painted V 5n giving the cold shoulder to Frank Oxygex Ccre Throat lung nervous dishis wife had sad something hav- Â¬ Carroll hecausc he is a poor young ing LUias married withai about eases Book free Dr Geppert Cincinnati O a book keeper while this Mariscal Iirs oven though she went away andmonth when Ax exchange tells about a sailor who heaps of money and fine estates in Lil a and Minnie agreed with him he vras tried for assault-- He turned out to 3Iexco At firi I really did believe was only too glad to aid in carrying out be one too Burlington Fret 1ress that his reputed fortune and position her expressed wishes so the wedding were till humbug but now that aunties dresses were made up in a Best easiest to use and cheapest Pltos in inquiries have proved him to be all he exactly a month after thehurry andher Remedy for Catarrh By druggists fcQc date m pretends to be I am not quite so un Â¬ card to Frank Mrs Arbuthnots of Tutj evil consequences of smoking are older civil to lum as I was at first illustrated by SlU Vesuvius which con ward was married to her true love Tbc vort of the affair is that 1 fear stantly suffers from eruptions An hour or so after the wedding that Mr Mariscal intends to propose Minnie snid carelessly to Liha ofi until it I judge o from a word or A lawx Did you ever hear anv more of Mr begins to party is jileasantsenough forlorn raiu Then it becomes a awo be paid to uncle to night just be- Â¬ j MariscaJs desire to marry you party Loicell Citizen fore he left us 1 heard uncle y If 1 had entrelv for-Bless me no Victoria Morosixi will pass as a Schillthan I I wll tell her about it d dn t umtie SuV slw jatl nCpteI 1i ing no longer She lia gone to par fester whcse returns from the arty she- offer anawha atv vou iallA5lwr sU ahuifflon Untie u ie wiu wriiejou 10- Minn lc said Lilian ne to niu It is sweet to be entiraly alone Yes f To what but iiorron j 10 you remember tlc mglit wont so sweet that we long for some one to could he have referred it with us Detroit Free Press rlrw tn tli lilirH i in nrnf vmir wirli marry him ex Well I wili i u tj auwn wi t ntfi iuu uu itrtiiiv Yocxg HorEFCL on seeing a negro babj X il Sa claimed Lil in determinedly lifirfl i in en1 trt I ktfifl c u lrTi- V Mamma is thut a K for the first time Wt - 111 ilope j w -- J Jl run ritxJM mt tirJin tile spoiled child VIJe read tn d ain and mamawJlih Frank first paper well that was true llt til I A LAXivsLinn is a sort of highland fling If you marry against a tie lvllOS turA tlin ll ilt t tittlsi i rActil Antw V 0 Picayune Tomemher vou forfeit aJl your Sltare Ol nftili naH in ti wriliur nntii an- the mom y nd Frnk is not rich tiicm up iini TlIKOCGU by daylight Night- - Danvxllc vou two lover sworcd warmngly -- now dont frown posial Jirttze them v tiiiu tiear so 1 do wow 1 am in a are not private found that she fix Vine lets go to bed and 1x3 to had evidentlv made a mistake in D Brewers cant strike the hops keep on dream of ome wa- - of softening aunties addrossing thiin for the one bearing j working com Mr Marwal s name was a very mint said Lilias wearily heart Does a man marryinga grass widow Iivo moneing to undress Whv wheres request for h111 to keep away from 3ou in clover Prairie Farmer Zr i my waionr 1 uo ooiu ve t icii 11 on me the otlter Frink hs sllown von j vas A miss statemext library table aud I am in my bare feet ir w mul finil rnt her Merchant Traveler lGo and nsk pnpa Mmniu do vou mind going down for mistake befor be went abroad that I it We often hear that a man is loadod hist opened tho front door and ran out Kot the Neither of tlis girls was and mailed them This is when he goes off on a time one bit timid so Minnie Tvho had not Such was indeed the ca e What Ax begun to tindrcs ran 10 the library for would otherwise hae been Mrs Ar grows acorn grows on oaks an ache corn on folks Slie was gone -- ome min- Â¬ buthnots wrath at Minnies hat to the watch utes aud Lilias was u beginning to mail the mi directed cjrd no onn A vicious horsa is like a nail no woman he alarmed about her when he re- Â¬ knows but as he chancefl almost as can drive it Yonkers Slale wirn turned apologizing for her dehry sa3 soon as she arrived in Pari- to learn Bakers are genrous ing that the evening paper had caught that Mariscal was alrcad3- - privaleh all the bread ihey knead They never keep her eye and she paused long enough to married she never in an- referred As an read over the deaths and marriages to the matter and as Frank made the here nor ambiguous statement i neither fiere where in it Chicago Jour-- 0011 just as am girl would forgot that nal be t of husbandi he The next morning Mrs Arbuthnot she had ever been opposed to the match Faid calnily as if she was aing notli MOT men like to see themselves in Francis E WaiVcigK in Joton Tran- Â¬ print but women dont They prefer mg at all odd script dlk or satin I will WHiit 3011 to go into the cit3 to select Lilias wCth me There is a mnn of such violent temper that h delights in beating carpets and some new Iionnets and dresses we nia LOVE OF HOMES A Y Telegram caning chair as Aveli bogin to repare for vour wed-dA Charming Vrosc locni hy Hill Arp tho Tui- is mv spheio said a happy wife ieorgla I hilosnphrr or IU3 wedding gasped Lilias in patting her bald headed husband on tho surprise The love of home is not an art nor an pate Certaiulv vou must know thut Mr accomplishment It dovs not come 3Iariscal has been crious in the atten I from earh training or education It tions he has been paying to 3011 i ww r t -t lu lot 1to mnntln- - vmir mamiftr to him invGod LllalisJ1a pure emotion and brings It has been such that 1 considered that he of Can tell yoa the benefit you win derive from Uood3 justified in tak- - j joy and comfort to the humble and the Saraaparilla you are In need of a good medicine and land everyone are It all tiie blood rouse jnjr it for granted thai vou are read3 to jrreat Bf it ever so hnmble there is thowill strunliver Impurities from digcstivo organs torpid Invigorate the wedding mu N become his wife The rtnilor tli ir and impart new life to every function of the body nn iluni JJrVV KWLUVr linmo J llJ ltnvV tV fake place quite soon for he told my the simple song of John Howard Payne We only Rik you to try a sinirlo bottle to prove the husband last night thai some matters endeared him to the world The world positive merits of Hoods snrpaparHla as an honest reliable medicine eoncernng his Mexican estates make it folt its touching tender truth and wept andMy cauRUtcr received much beneflt from the no necessary for him to return honw within a sympathetic tear It is the want of a of Hoods Sarapanlla a an excellent tonic after a a month and he desires to take his wife home tliat makes tramp and vagabond protracted attack of bronchial pneumonia F H Hartford with him and desperate men Sometimes I think ADAMS Sew find w rd Conn enough to express can not trons rReallv auntie I think he might give j the uation could well afford to give to my feeling in favor f Hood Saraparllta It has cried even father and mother a hou e Be-- done every title me a little say m the matter ne curiup me of dypepla many years Mas S II Lilias in vexat on bur said no more be- - sides the love of thos who are dear to with which I had sn ckusc linnie trod on her foot in a ven us there i something in th localit3 Bsedc Marblehea l ass Sarsaparllla I have used li fcgnficant way and gave her a wink Uiat affect su somethngin the familiar purifier In my famj several years for a blood and can not -- keep quiol peak too highly of It J E COLLIXS Piqua 0 which certainly meant scenes the tree the fields the branches Lilias understood all her sisters signals the running prmg or the generou fnr Hnnin ilinnh Hi vonuscr had well v Wc love Ihe tree and vine that r much more dicrciion and aoutencss borne us fruit or gh en us shad S3 by all Made only than impulsive iiias iNactn num the ojien iire place that gives u- weJ Sold HOOD drttKtets 51 six forLowell Mass by CO Apothecaries CI plan Miunie now had she could not come on a winter night the bed that fOO Doses One Dollar imagne still fell thought she would gives us ret and sleep and the ever not spoil it by sTn ing too much prospect of the distant hill pleasing A Itemnrkalilv Ijctpc Buv your clothe and dont contra-Â¬ and mountains that seem as if reaching of Lafayette John had very dict auntae Kiid Mnuic by the to God Even the beats and brd ecpe Kuhn death Tills isInd- - own afctory narrow up his Ono ttieir aml as not are conscious of thi love of home year ofrom in the last stages of consumptic alphabet I was wav looking her The lowinr herd wind slowlv oer the Our bea physicians gave my case up I Anally pot --You should reenber it is not the lea twenty could not as they eek their aecutomed so low that our doctor said I purchased livebottap hour My friend then a of his eomttrv for a yonns ninn place The faithful loving dog wiU four Wm cs 0111 in of hi iatentloiis to smv girl Halls balsam for thk Lotos which to reach it and Ir taspeak travel mile and league benefited me I continued until 1 am now in per until her guardWui have been coti nlted the eat can not h easily weaned from fect health having ued no other mcdcine and havegivi their approval to his tlie chimney corner Man ha made nrnnosal o like a weH bred Mexican use of this novcvfaumir never ceasing lin r iiuiA 10 me and ohtaiiel my ove - t ie cIT erlnlon ani u ol opinion about hi suit refufc jlr j nitf i Aniuil nil fltiirMtimi- - lion Arbuthnot we see it reloased from the unwilling And of course yon cm not gu oaek rison of a distant land and watdi it suggsfe i MtiMiie in Hscetid and circle and take its bearings of yowword sinuadnsiv and then with swfi ami tireless wing THE GREAT ENGLISH BEMEDY For Liver Rile Indlpftlon etc Free from ilercury ocrtjutv not 1 4mm niHtia make for its home ly the nearest line Aisi coatAUrs only Pure ejetbl Ingredients Aint C1IAS EW YORK CE11TEXTOA AjnuUi CouMUhIumi hv what I have written 10 Mr f they are npc CarroH and Frak e fefcte tbe letter and tlgures plam and di tmet pfBBeare ftn difficult to decipher crleM triTTT la which they am written r sMisMttoa bat u sa evidence of rood ta tit oa tn ptrt at ttoe wnsr Wxiti cult on oa side of li Be particularly caref a tn pnnjwniM ml4it t Tiltie will fro on without K-- A pei rrt Thing to Be Avoided Avoid extremos OR and SlgTllll- - JOHN BULLS C Dont gush Dont exaggerate the gu6h K iisTiicsPi FOR THE CURE OF FEVER and AGUE Or CHILLS and FEVER AND ALL MALARIAL DISEASES The proprietor of this celebrated nedicine justly claims for It a superiority over all rem- Â¬ edies ever offered to tho public for the SATE of Ague and Fever or dills and Fever wheth Â¬ er of short or long standing He refers to the entire Western and Southern country to boar Mm testimony to the truth of tho assertion that ha no casa whatever wiU it fail to euro if the directions are strictly followed and carried out lii a groat many cases a single dose has ooen sufficient for a cure and whole families have bosn cured by a single bottle with a psr fect restoruton of tho general health It is however prudent and in every case more cer- Â¬ tain to cure if it3 use is continued in smaller doses for a week or two after the disease has bsen checked more especially in difficult aud long Btandin cases Usually this mediciao will not require any aid to keep the bowels in good ordsr Should the patient however re quiro a cathartic medicino after having taken three or four doses of the Tonic a s nglo dosa of BENTS VEGETABLE FASHLY FILLS will be sufficient USE no other pilL Price SLOO per Bottle Six Bottles for S5 CEETAIH SPEEDY and PEEMA1TEHT curs 1 In i RRATITUBF miles i Mi nt A Si1 hja on IiTVSTrout the Favorite Prescription j two weeks I In a my neighbors were all surprised to rode me op wason tea see and going helping to do my housework aftor doctor ins about and tlilrteou told my husband tvitli tbo last ono of tlio best physicians ire could ect and that I would never be able to do vay housework any moro I am thankful to my God that had I wrote to you for Iup suffered from Female Weakness until I had almost given in despair rrs-F- E nxox FriendsMp IV rewrites 1 Terrible For five or six years I had been badly troubled with femalo weakness and terrible pains across the small of my back and pit of the stomach PfllH j uivij uuu11- - ui jur rterces ravorUQ rresenp tion acted like a charm and cured me com- pletely to my great jcv fedxDr WlUk aU er the door yard Yeck J S d couId et into a Tvaffon and ride two miles I to neighbors walk We door yard forhad not been able tousing six months After I H ozshumucatf S08 I in writes When favorite Prescription t fOMBMaKBI mmm Bemerts s5 dure tho least jar could walk but a very few steps at a time and could stay up only about thirty minutes at a time 2Tow sic rot only sits up almost the entire day but can walk around call ois her neighbors two and thrco blocks away and not feel any injurious effects at all When we consider that she had keptjier bed the greater part or tne time ior anr teen months and would lose repcatedlritbe S I Bed fast advance she had made her progress now seems f For Months I Sirs Davia and myself for the baa been accomplished In her case by- the use of your proprietary medicines- - When she bcgeri to tiVft them in Jannnrv last she could soc en - Re v Stdset C Datts Gallery 3Iich van wTltes s my I wish in this letter to expressgrea gratitedf or ood walca marvelous Wc had almost lose conucence in medical Tjrnctirioners and advertised reme dies but have found in your Dr Pierces BESBsanBsaaBnMiB Favorite PwscnDtion and Pellets7 tho properties needed and which we believe will bring- about a complete and final recovery - ORB JOHN BULLS J17 KY - J SMITHS TONIC SYRUP BULLS SARSAPARILLA BULLS WORM DESTROYER Tho Popular Remedies of tho Day TOC WRONG DISEASE tlme3 omencall upon their family physicians one with dyspepsia another with palpitation nervousness another with pain here and there and In this way they all present alike to themselves and theiranother with taciaebe or and indifferent uww euyoiuwj tuiu uiauuub uisuuscs ior wnicn ue prcscnoes uis puis and potions assuming- thei a to be such when In reality they are all symptoms caused by sorao uterino disorder While the physician is ignorant of the cause ol 8Ufferinjr he encourages his prsctica until large bills arc niPde when tho suffering- patient Is no better but Drobablv worse for tho dela iv treatment ind nf Tinr nnmtmcations made A proper medicine directed to thn ren wonirt TWvllfinQ hnfb nntlraltr rATnnvA - fcu Paaea tkaMiki 4r tMv Iia w r fcuvjF iwuuui VTUitti UiW inffffiSrof nmtnnul mfcr easr-goto- s- Principal Qfflcc S31 llaiu St LOLISTILLE Cures and Presents -- hr and nnikpr tlinn nrnr Irnrtwn mmoilr Is Bronchitis Catarrh Headache Toothache Rheumatism rieuraigia Asthma Frostbites Chilblains It urns Sore Throat Hoarseness Stiff Heck Coughs Colds J Doctors a number of years and having- tried in vain almost overy advertised remedy as well as havinjr paid neflrlv a lllinrlrfyl flnllni- - tn rmt- - 1nol TiViTefvoro VT ml niLiiuub waicm a was itnaity inaucea to consult you xou au- accoramgiy sent ior your r uu iur j uul ueuicmes Golden Medical Discovery Medical Adviser six bottles of your i EiX Of 5OUT Favorite PreseriDtlon and six- vfnli nf rmir PlrnBnt Purgative Pellets When I first began using these I could not stand on my feet In ninety days I could walk a mile and do light housework whilst in six months I was completely cured and my health has remained perfect over since T recommend you and your medicines wherever I go and loan your Ad- Â¬ viser to my friends Two of our most prominent physicians who have read jour great work Tho Peoploa Common Sense Medical Adviser pronouueo It the best family doctor book they Fail a V Pierce urccnjicuu Laair iai tn 31 IL D Dear Z FcmalO WenlCTiesHSJ flrtrnfl Mrs Ritatt jo ioica writes Sir Havinn- been ill - I il have ever seen the only Fl tlio first f Ifirtinr BTivsrPli P vpr ncrn I nn n rirpflrtfnl Having- ex sufferer from uterine troubles hausted the skill of LigWjSEJ pletely discouraged three physiciansI I was com Â¬ and 60 weak could with diffieultv raifs thft room alorf T rtran taVin Dr Pierces Favorite Pir scription and using- tho fbcaK treat Â¬ ment recommended In his Commcc Sense Medical Adviser- I commenced to improve at once In three months T was perm fectiu cured and bavo had no trouble since I wrote a letter to my family P3per briefly mentioning- how my health bad bees restored and offering- to send the full particulars to any me for them and inclosing a stamped envelope for rtpiy I have received over four hundred letters In reply I have de-Â¬ scribed my case and the treatment used and uavo earnestly advised them to do likewise From a great many I hav re-Â¬ ceived second letters of thanks stating that they bad commenced the use of Favorite Prescription bad sent the SIM requiredrfpr the Medical Adviser and had applied the local treatment so fully and plainly laid down therein and were much better already 1 lln yj - - - cno-Tfrft-i- vi j II Wfo fiF Si S3 K3 F35S sSJEi T K U m d YAH C a3 S Sssslla2B That Instantly stops the most excruciating i 1FS2 fer M Â¬ pains allays Inilammatlon and cures Congestions whether of the Luntr Stomach Bowels or other glands or orguns by ono application No matter how violent or excruciating the pain the Ilheumatic Bedridden Intlrm Crippled Nervous Neuralgic or prgatrated with diseases may suf- Joy and gratitude towards you my tongue can never express Mrs Caroxtst Dtebs corner Diikc andArgylc ATkqu SAHDi Struts Halifax X S writes Dr B V Pierce I thank God and thank you a thousand times for the relief that your valuablo medicines the Favorite Prescription and Pellets have given me I am perfectly cured of a chronic sickness that had troubled me for years How my heart is overflowed with tas a a Â¬ Â¬ ALL n Him 8 8 Â¬ Down similar cases I V S READY RELIEF jrre-v- H- - Peterson of Lockport if ru had suffered for three years from female weak- as she expressed it and Dr Pierces Favorite Prescription and Golden Medical Discovery promptly cured her as they have thousands of Mrs Hetut PATTEnsor of Kev York City writes I had been under an eminent phy- Â¬ sicians carp for eight months for what be disease I became worse durfng called Histakl all this spinal when chancing to see- a copyof time Dr Pierces Medical Adviser at the resluenco of a friend I read that part devoted to Woman and- - her 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ing cases that ha vebeea tappet a number of times and the patient declared unable to lvc a cek Give full hstory of csisc Ntnse ecxhow long afflicted how badly swolen and where are bowels co stit c have legs burstcdrnd dripped water feend for free pam Â¬ phlet containing testimonials questions etc Ten days treatment furnliheu free by mall LpUcpny lit positively cured If you order trHL se d JO cents in stamps to pay rj postage t sovk V u 2C0H Marietta St Atlanta Go Â¬ - 3ST XESpecialists 0E2T- TREATED FREE- 3t2E5JE33T- TVOHBS T5SPENSAIiT 3IEDICAD ASSOCIATION No 663 Main Street BTJFFALOSN XS eSs for Eleven Years Past SOWS UmK LIVEu I 8 1 BLOOD AND LUNG For four liver complaint and attacks of sometimes diarrhea pain in tho back of the head iUfUTjrrveja3 after eating general debility restless nights tongue coated etc After taking four bottles of Dr Pierces Gold- Â¬ en Medical Discovery and Pellets I flud I am as well as I ever was vcars I suffered from I012 Trudhomme La writes Â¬ n f-t- p- TO Hftve HEALTH THEUV nl AVraWra LLruOJiJNJIf JTlZJ H MOST RE IN OPDTR M 1 1 1 1 nl fi tt -- -- wjth a severe pain in the small of my back also across my shoulder blades with considerable hloating UAOt 0f the stomach from wind was so nervous at times could hardly sleep also troubled with dizziness and hard breathing spells I was induced by my step daughter Mrs Warner of Olean X Y to try tho Golden Medical Dis- Â¬ covery The effects were marvelous After taking three bottles I was entirely cured S L Fishek Sldncu PlalnsX rewrites Dr Y Dear SirMy wife suf GeheRul It A Pieuce Buffalo ferea for several j eara from general debility She confirmed The Debility had become aher ftulcd to invalid and Itphysicians help her seemed as who attended if she must die On reading one of vour Memoran dum Books it occurred to me that your Golden Medical Discov Â¬ ery micrht help her I procured a bottle and after its use a change for the better was noticeable aud after using five bottles 1 have recommended it to several and in Bhe was a well voman every case it has produced good results I can never feel too grateful to you for the saving of my wifes life H uAD Samantilv GxnrE5JjOc7porty rewrites For 1 six or cteJlt years previous to JtcO I had been troubled 8 g 1 n IOC Giyeh Up I IiiverBlujjr Spring Ala writes 3Hsa Emu of Glenn of this place had been eiek for more than t th ill I a year with a severe affection of the hver butwaerr IV Ulkl she was at the lowesr she bought three bottles nf finTifn Afwltaul TJisoovprv from ms antl-although before using the medicine she wtis given Up- - to dfe by all the attending physicians her father assures- - me that she has now fully recovered eii irn -or- --iiti malaria ARlil 3 I have -been troubled with symptoms L MU41lHb J kn oara hnr oftin tinf fKiiu bottles of your Golden 3Iedical Discovery and Fever Pleasant Purgative Pellets 1 am happy tosay that I am entirely cured and to day L am per fectly vrell and able to do my own work miAC Disease Meruit 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Thousandsof WILL testimonials ITS ANY DnCOGIST TEU iO ItEfCTATION w-u- - ELYS CREAM annoyed I Â¬ For 15 years vith I mas ca- Â¬ tarrh severe pain in by-aud-- by m- - - my Iiead discharges into my throat and tinptcasant breath Jfy sense of smell iras much impaired have overcome these troubles with Elys tt wmm JSSCft z V3 rw in w tJ- Am I Thoroughly cleanse the blood which is tho fountain of health by using Dr Pierces Golden Medical Discovery and good digestion a fair skin buoyant spirits vital strength and soundness of constitution will be establishedworst Scrofula or blood the Golden 3Iedtcal Discovery cures all humors from the common pimple blotch or eruption to Disease Scrofulous Sore3 and Fover sorcs Hip joint noisoa especially has it proven its efficacy in curing Salt rheum or Tetter bweuings liniargeu uianus anu liatmg uicers Mrs A L Cort Hadlev Crawford Co Kan-Â¬ paajB igijatuiLSatn My son aged GiPSON Kenwood Pa Scrofulous sas writes last January withfifteen yeaia was IsaCgetting well fast When writes 3ly swellings on his taken down she began to A8SGESS OF wife is wsr vour Golden Medical Discovcrv our best j right shoulder left hip and knee He lay helpÂ¬ Sores less for five months when great abscesses 1 I doctors in Indiana County said she would die IUPR formed four of which continued to discharge Llicn cThev said vour medicine would do her no at the timo he commenced using yourGoldcn Medical Discovery arood that she had an ulcer on her liver as largo as half a loaf of bread Well sir to our surprise when she began under your advice Now after having- used four bottles of the Discovery he is almost well and walk3 three fourths of a mile using your Golden Mtdlcal Discovery she commenced spitting up phlegm for some two weeks and then commenced spitting up to school every day A scrofulous sore on ha arm which ran corruption and bViod tit looked like what comes out of a blood constantly for two years has healed completely under tho InfluÂ¬ ence of the remedy named boil ior some ten days She now has been well for weeks Crawickud Zfnn Grore ZSttena Adams Esn Fever Sores Bolls and Carbuncles J of yourGokl en Tokdo Oho YUta Co Iowa writes MiC 1 X Hthe person who wrote to yev two am Medical Dis I have used nine bottles writes years ago for advice respecting fever sores a my leg I took Lr covery and the reult is I am to day free from bolls and carbun bottles of your Golden 3Iedical Discovery and was cured cldrfor tho first time it many years -- IS THE liISJES I i- 1 uiij - Us Words of Qisrs 11 Cream Balm J B Cage St Denis Hotel Broadway iV Y touse Price 5u cts bv unit ratdugglsts o ndfor circular ELY nROTHEUSDrugibtsOwegoNT ASK FOR TIIE Beet material perfect fit equals any f5 or shoe every pair warranted 1ake none unless stamped w is uongias 3ow snoe arrantea tjongre liutton anu iace Jioyf asic for the IV 1 Dottgla as j- S200 Shoe tame c ivies I the jytWblioe If you cannot --it get these hlioes irom ileal- AV ere sena anuress uu pon jw V G A pnrtlcle is applied Into each notrli and lsagreeablo HAYFVEf n GeorgeD Joirsso Mrs Constipation and Ulcers MedicalADiscovery relieved me town Ky writes The Golden at once I had a very bad soro on tho back of my left hand for live months and it cured that as well as constipation and indiges- Â¬ tion from which I was suffering very much Grat- Scrofulous Tnmor and Soro Eyes Mrs S E entirely don of GreenwooiJ S C writesand aMy daughter has beenneck by large tumor on her cured of scrofulous sore eyes the uso of your Golden Medical Discovery I have great faith in all your medicines I - liL-- i- -- UGLAS T A 5 Golden Medical Discovery cures Consumption which is Scrofula of the fflfAto its wonderful Mood Coughs teylgoratln r ere AbHan and For Weak Lungs Spitting of Blood Shortness of Breath Bronchitis and nutritive properties lundred affections it is a sovereign remedy Vhile it promptly cures the severest Coughs it strengthens the system and PUrThe nhutritPve properties of cod liver oil arc trifling when compared with 3 Posses sc2Iev by It rapidly builds up the system and increases tho flesh aad weight of those reduced below the iFTIOK WEAK LUNSS SPITTING OF BLOOD purifying I GnPk -- j - I 1 r UIUCKIOO rim r JlUtS j Ufc I -- rS ACi jf Ai rNO B Ws eys s X S- t V- - vs TA A J -- i Hoods Sarsaparllla - THE HEW DEPARTURE DRUMS MCWctTrtRrQ DRUM r5ir5r -- deaf-and-du- lolding knee rest Lignt gKjtantlal and handsome j- j in iuu iucai uauua ainx taljp4i UdiLnia t uciuuiou jut i ye tone surpass an oiner in rt If w fln h and appearance gHl nearest Music dealer does J A not keep them write xxezssr for Illustrated caalogueto us HEALY Chicago III LYON V made with patent double acting rods and rr f23lTuscu ajJT-TT-gsff- lP pounds I suffered from a heavy cough uight sweats kidney troubes etc and was reduced so rapidly that my physi- Â¬ cians gavo mc up They were unable to help me in the least At that time I weighed but ninety pounds and had not been able to lie down but had to sit up in order to breathe I had been con- Â¬ fined to my room for six months expecting to die I was so bad at times that I could not allow any one to come into my room as I could not talk nor was I able to walk I picked up one of your memorandum books on the floor of tho hotel where I was boarding and after reading it I began Saved taKmg your Golden ieuicai JJiscovery anu tne first bottle brought me around so that I could walk His Life around the room all day I soon began to build un and trained so ranidlv that it astonished me I jsivp taten no ntner mrd fMno stneo men ano nave itsca nernaDS twenty bottles in all of this medicine I stopped taking it in August one year ago I feel that it has saved my life I now weigh about 100 pounds and I think and my friends with me that tli medicino saved my life It certainly is worth its weight in gold and I consider it a wonderful remedy from its effect in curing all my ailments 157 a TVniidrtrfnTl Curft DArcrFrETcnER Esq Nearly five years ago I writes Gloucester was taken sick with a diseaso resrardinsr which the lOiSEASE thrco physicians who attended me were unable to nc ree One of tho foremost nhvsiciaus in Boston called it a tumor of the stomach and treated me for that nearly killing me with physic another a homoeopathic phy- Â¬ sician thought I Had consumption When taken sick I weighed LUNG Jn 3 Reduced to low state of health he bad - been in of the our lipst rtrwtnj hnttct aiiv crew worse under lus treatment was re duced to a skeleton had a fearful cough and was thought to have consumption While in this low state he made a visit to see his relations and while in a distant town he purchased a bottle of medicine called Dr Pierces Golden Medical Discovery and was well as he ever took it and by the time It was used he to asIn be the bloom of had been When 1 saw him he looked great -- eal of Inquiry as be is a health His statement caused a man of high standing i Skeleton Consumption Cnredr W JHABXXrr i Vera Cruz Ala writes I metwirii an old friend of mine not long sine and he told me very gml hn tnnlipd tn Bleeding from Lusss discontinued it Josxrn F 3IcFarlaxd Athens La writes 3Iy wife had frequent bleeding from the lungs before she commenced using jour She has- not Golden 3Iedical Discovery had any since its use For some six mouths she has been feeling eo well that she has - Consumption Cnred J Axraovr Svvimc Dongolajn For five years I Buffered very much from terrible writes cough and debility 3Iore than a year since I commenced to take your Golden 3Iedical Discovery and it has completely cured mc I thank you for the splendid health I have since enjoyed Price 100 per Bottle or Six Bottles for oOO Golden Medical Discovery is Sold by Drnists -- Â¬ 1 AKTI BILIOUS LES tej3SS3SS few PAYStheFREICHT HVT sso Iroo Lei n beel LexrinjC Tare Bun aod Brim Box for r J WORLDS B1SPEHSARY MEDICAL ASSOCIATION Ho Rope to Gut Off Horses Man CelebratPd KCLIPSE 1IALT- Prepricisrs X O1 o 663 Main Street BUFFAXO 1 5 Ton Wagon Scale Brut JONES OF BHGHAMTaN esA - Pisos TtPinedy for Catarrh Is the Best Eiaest to Us and Cheapest -- VSS fe ZTerrriitS He For fr price iljt Idcsttoo thti pprr mni iddreia f BINGUA1ITON N ST 8 of ec y for b- i her Kef rexi tfs I J Ji n on v 1 -- M-u-c- al n Iocay Ssiary i0 f ti Lar ay tA j Hater to any part of the V S free oa receipt of S 1 w3 StuSrtlcrv Hardware and Kiira if Dealers Sneclal dftcoant to the 1 Jfe TraUe tST Snd far PHrM irVgsKT JC Lighthouse Rochester Y o jtEsoLrnxT pie ami Litnot be JilCIIlIK Combined slipped by any horse haaa can CsjPs Slo M nL Kfay Sb t- 1Hj jS S3 Ck IS -f-- srs W Wqc str Banes saieaalretaUprce iarr EBUCATI03rAI l W- - ana Wayeent -f- reiliCalaWaasa-avCaicaBi Also EOCd it Cod tn th TTm - tj tJT Headnchc Hav Vivi VSI Mt9m -- --8 PIUK3HAB1remedyffest sJhle k Sh ImcXeu Infallible Xotaoatidfi -- cram f flUFli- - Votbia Frnmanshlp IVC AgjjjTWAHTEO f4e KVSnWS nJLlK STU D Y fnraiJhed For-mri- Book keeplosr Utisms ArtHtmewc sw J47iii v ilVv do r not - atede bv my decison and so heme from my trip to MSA before the very latest date set in my Paris Sfet r Arbnthtut so lnn -- to shine in lit 9nr contributors mature may bo prepared o aire FRENCH t imiiMiiu nf nur wfistA hoslrftt going t Burlington Free Press riaqae Lampshades etc Can not be dtecr ed from baad painting Easily applied Sond for price list HOFFE4LNX B ItOs sad fulldlrecloas 105 ilala Street Clnclunnll Ohio yev ECORATiVEABTDESIGHs Wok freeIU CJ Sfl al o v f IenL4 Pay wiif mfeil HiTuUfn WEATHElhYKanaa CUyMo - t ir U i i method of decoratlns Silks Sa lns Vases IRg IVS ia lJHteiiheuLebanoaOlHo rorplilio IXnblt Cnrca In IO to20dny Xo pay till cured fafy AT y rellev- tEii3 commissions ed Icnslon awl increase experience 20yean eucccm or no fee Yrrtte for ctrruisra anu laws a A RSESeNBWLAWSjOfficerapayfrom ulars LLEVt tn uII TVriXTJTICPrr EIGHT Bia PRorrrs Kio Bisinsss -ircular atl her4 cnDiOUY3awpar Sit I rood Write JaevIU If Viisrnst it k4J 43 anl SvnZjStMtiaTf Sdatple worth AJJJv E WHKT WTaTlXC 5 Deertr WMcCOBUICKSOX ClaclanatLOhlo To tss Jl IAY FnBELlnesnotUMlerteUoresfeet BUSHSTES SiFSTY Ki Sl 0 Write U0lXRteHa5tcW -- tatr tkst joh hv A3VXRXISE tfc AJyertlaf if Tuum J llj nnBiuBiiaiBBiHinaMKkUHianBHignBPNiirHBHiBBMUHEacissiBnniHauiiaHMCiBB lirSfBHIrBBBiHHKaiHBEKBBaLHiBkVihiEaBWIBBiaHiaSBnHBLBilEHrla IMI VaBJIEaaiBiBH vHuBFDMHFvsrsrKf7MnnRiT7T M Ml M 1 MIWI HI 1 rr - 7Z2- - P58n juneis i f mTmnmLJi Tmii TO jBPgyppBBBfc PEOPLE JEvBt TBi R JB SS2S3S B c y - 1 i OLD RELIABLE PERM OF FROZEN GREEK KY W s Have just purchased and are now receiving the Finest Lot of Stylish and Seasonable Goods of all kinds such as ttfo afe Fi8iie3 0 Jl h Ji -- h h Pit h SHli S ii Mkiif f iMttii tesiil fftl t liiiiwit Itif i acmmmammmmjmt i 2 A POINTER To get our very lowest prices and we will positively astonish you in low prices on every class of goods be sure to say you saw this advertisement For sick headache female troubles A Moonshiner on the Jury The Celebrated neuralgic pains in the head take Dr J Gbeen Heeaid Terrancc Powderly of Pennsylvania Hazel wasagander legged hollow chested M M - 8 Bolter s Year Always In Advance J3PENCEB COOPER Editor r - mff iifar Camurgo liQutgomerv eountv contain Â¬ Â¬ ing 500 ACRES Price 16000 in thre equal payments S 12ths of 5000 ACRES in For Board of Eanalization Menifee and Powell counties anil on boVii XLFliEB COMBS of Menifee Count v Disease lies in ambush for the weak a sides of Red Riv r coal and timber lamt o feeble constitution ia ill adapted to en- Â¬ Price 3 per acre Cash There is Pine aii counter a malarious atmosphere and Eud Poplar Timber enough on the entire tract den changes of temperature and the least to brine tit 10 cents per 100 feet 10 por For Congress Tenth District CAFT 1VM L HURST acre 100 ACRES Woodland on the road robust are usually the easiest victims Â¬ from Levee to Ticktown 1 will hcII either Of Wolfe Countj Dr J H McLeans Strengthening Cor-Â¬ dial and Blood Purifier will give tone and sion two gentlemen who would probably piece or all Come and tec mo as I am de Â¬ For Board of Equalization here simultaneously if Mr termined to sell your ELIJAH PATRICK of Magoffin County vitality and strength to by G entire body answer were called bv the crier of the JNO JAY ANDERSON B Swango Smith 100 per bottle Sold Pcpt 2 nt CamarRo Ky Hazel Green and J N Vaughn Camp court Therefore the plan of Mr Moon- Â¬ shiner Smith was comparatively easy of ton KAZEL GREEN KY execution One of the Jmy Smiths OCT- - 20 1886 WEDNESDAY WASHINGTON LETTER strolled out into the corridor while wait- Â¬ out of The Reduction of Expenditures by the ing for his jury to be called He got been manufactured by the when he should have ear shot just It ban been claimed that the U S From ourPresent Administration Regular Correspondent In time Kidney diseases may be prevented on hand so Moonshiner Smith placidly Sidney School Fumfbise Co Htrshals should be censured for their Washington D C Oct 11 This is took Juror Smiths place and answered by purifying renewing and invigorating oStciougness in taking innocent people the busy season in the Deparmenta at here in an unassuming but quietly the blood with Ayers Sarsaparilla Vlirn JOHK LOTfitttLlX SI PreyrietBR Tefore the TJ S Court but It now seems Washington The heads of divisions assured tone when his name wis called through debility the action of the kidneys the chiefs SIDNEY OHIO that the officers only do their sworn duty officers are of bureaux and the Cabinet The case went on tho evidence was all in Is perverted these organs rob the blood of preparing their annual reports and the jury retired to its room Pres Tills Desk lm lcm AloptMl in Nearly in the premises and that they arrest only The President is writing his message ently it returned having made up its Its needed constituent albumen which is passed off in the urine whilo worn out All tho Itrailiiig Schools h the Country tboe who have had warrants issued The Governmental history of the vear mind upon the case Moonshiner Smith matter which they Bhould carry off from Kgainst them The people who trump must be epitomized the balance sheet answered We are when His Honor OW IU USE the blood is allowed to remain By the charges against innocent men women must be struck off and the chief execu- Â¬ the Judge asked them Gentlemen are jup use of Ayers Sarsaparilla the kidney ajHi Clbs Kegislers wiiHTit Frames tive must suggest by way of recommend- Â¬ It was Map Cubes N Charts ad sometimes even children for the ation the measures he will sanction pro- Â¬ you all agreedclerk noticed just at thisÂ¬ are restored to proper action and Albu a strange inpoint that the Dictionaries AnUmkaI Models sake of stealing witness fees and mileage vided they receive the approval of legis Â¬ compatibility in the appearance of Moon- Â¬ miuurlu or Liquid EnwOT Itfarkbards Slating BeH Crayon from the TJ- - S treasury are the ones to lation AH the members of the Cabinet shiner alias Juror Smith He didnt look Microscopes whom the blaroo should attach In sev except the Secretary of State have re- Â¬ at all like thesanic Smith who had shown And cvervthing needd in a school room turned Mr Bayard was shrewd enough up in the same capacity a few hours pro eral instances it appears that persons to jSSr VTrite u f complete catalogue Ad- postpone his vacation until autumn viously There was a ruminative philo- Â¬ dreng J9 prevented Aycr Sarsaparilla also Jiave been arrested and taken there when ana is now resting away from the city sophic anti internal revenue air about prevents inflammation of the kidneys and bere ia no foundation whatever for such during the season which in Washington this Smith that was entirely absent Irom Sidney School Furniture Oonpnj other disorders of these organs Mrs Jas proceedure The only solution of this is most trying to the corpus humanis the demeanor of the other Smith An flOIy SIDNEY OHIO Jamaica Plain Extracts from the reports of various and revealed the k that unscrupulous people not in the Government officials prove by irrefutable investigation Smith was quicklyfacts gently W Weld Forest Hill st had a complica- Â¬ Mass writes have I and revenue service resort to this means to figures that the present administation Moonshiner tion of diseases but my greatest trouble KHNDALL HOUSE but incontinently fired from his has been with my kidneys Four bottles fob the treasury and gratify their greed has saved the Government millions of position while the genuine Juror Corner Mai- - and Prestonsbhag Sts of Ayers Sarsaparilla made me feel like The practice is disgraceful and Bhould dollars That the public offices are bet- Â¬ cmith was sought for and discovered WEST LIBERTY KY work is better ter kept and person ns well and strong in the gang of -i stopped An informer is at best by done is not sothat public of mathemati- Â¬ among He was filling moonshinersplace the u new W M McDonald 4G Summer Btaa susceptible Mrs E C Kendall - Proprietress ever mamtKLM hall of the vacant is the best citizen and when in- - cal demonstration but it is a fact patent Moonshiner Smith The verdict of the Boston Mass had been troubled for years wvy - i Tho table is dupplied with the best the people are made to suffer by the to every one acquainted with the public jury on which Moonshiner Smith had with Kidney Complaint By the uc of ni a riot alio rd KzpuriuHcdd hand in charge During the past two weeks served his brief but effective term was practice it is the informer who service of stable Cnuruea runonsble Ayers Sarsaparilla hnot only over five hundred useless employes have Not guilty as charged The case will legraded party and not the party m M FORD been discharged from the Government be tried again Louisville Commercial 0WBBf V3 7S JkJfc- - OTfoamed upon There should be a pen- - Printing Office alone Notwithstanding WITH the disease from assuming a fatal form y attached to giving false information this great decrease in the force the work 3 Donft Experiment Shoe Go Manns Bros Boot but was restored to perfect health John pfaailar to that for perjury and there of the office has not been at all impeded You cannot afford to waste time in ex- Â¬ MeLelhm cor Bridge and Third sts commissioner I Manufscturerand Dealers in wrid then be fewer innocent people The public laud his annual reportGeneral perimenting when your lungs urn in dan- Â¬ Lowell Mass writes For several years Sparks says in The ger Consumption always seems at first r lliijjfKsed upon I suffered from Dyspepsia and Kidney development of the past year under the only a cold Do not permit any dealer v ro SX TVwt Pearl Street f n miiiin Complaint tho latter being so severe at agencies of the new administration have to impose upon you with some cheap Again a cynical cur who reports for justified evey word said in my report for imitation of Dr Kings New Discovery times that I could scarcely attend to my CINCINNATI O last year in regard to widespread per-Â¬ for Consumption Coughs and Colds but work My appetite was poor unci I was the Louisville Commercial ha3 beenguil The report states S Co ty of piling epithets up against our citi sistent land robbery over which fences be sure you get the genuine Because much emaciated but bv usim that the total area he can make more profit he may tell you seas or one of them at least and by the have been or are to be removed either XEW as good or just way his native wit proved him to be with or without resort to the courts is he has something iustdeceived the same Dont be but insist Livery Sale and Feed Stable sharper than the Court and court officials 2714926 acres mostly in Colorado The upon getting Dr Kings New Discovery recommendation for additional force of which is guaranteed to give relief in all Tfae Commercial has done some good work not less than one hundred special agents MT rfTERLIJSG KY for Eastern Kentucky and it looks very is renewed as it is ilso that in regard to Ihroat Lung and Jhost affections 1 ri- Â¬ Mlly in the managers to allow a rakish adequate means for protecting the tim- Â¬ al bottles free at all Drue Stores my appetite and digestion improved and reporter to undothe good it has done but ber on the public lands About 175000 my health has been perfectly restored Threo Children Bitten to Death Drovers and Traders Headquarters his will certainly be the result unless acres of land have been restored for pub- Â¬ Sold by all Druggists A dispatch says A sad and horrible involving lic settlement 1485 slang slinger referred to is squelched 225000 acres liave been cases for cancel- Â¬ story of how throe little children met held Prlco 61 Six bottlos 5 The attcstion of horse and ib1 dealers The very case of which he writes we lation their death comes from Covington coun- Â¬ Prepared by Dr J C Aycr Co Lowell ia especially invitfd t our facilities for the publish the article elewhere should be President Cleveland is more sparine ty Ala The children of a respectable yr handling ot stock and we iarite all traders MasB U S A ponclusive evidence that the people of the than any of his predecessors were of the family ranging from two to six years of Wolfe and adjoining ronfttivd to all on old went out Sunday afternoon to play m Congress us when in the ci v mountains aro endowed wit h a superior appropriation made by the White for the near the house A large pine tree had contingent expenses of House V WILLIAMSON native Intellect and should be inviolate The contingent fund covers stationary blown down and they were playing WITH from such Insidioua insults Such in telflgrams books for library purchase of around the hole made by the roots of QB Shos Go yidiousne33 will provoke the hatred of new carpets and furniture cost ofkeep the tree being torn up The evening Henry L Grane Boot cscvmRBcs night were etc The appro- Â¬ passed pur moat Intelligent people to Louisville ing carrirge and horse- last Presidential missed and at parents the childrensearch Wholesale Iealera in The instituted priation lor Grants Act Directly on UicUfverv and if that city cares for the trade of this year was only 6000 and Grant spent and found them lying near the roots of 3l CCU23 CUZLL3 AXD FsTBHDyaPKTalA i 3sm CW KS3 section the paprrs there should look a every cent Hays at the end of his first the fallen tree The younger ones were fcJr SiceIIsadaciik BtLiora Couc CoxanrA 93 W Pearl St TlOIf KHZCX4T19X Pitw Palpitatiok lecdle oud and the merchants advertise year in the White House had an unex- Â¬ dead and the eldest was in a dying con- Â¬ S33 or the Heart DrxH Tobhd Litzb Upon investigation it was found of 19 cents out of a con- Â¬ dition CINCINNATI O pended ballance in The Herald Coated Toxars SLZZtuuenzsa axoall tingent fund of 7000 For Kis last year that the children had all been bitten by Diskasxs or tiiz LiTja and Stomach If he nad a contingent fund of 10000out a rattlesnake which had made its den joo do not feel Tery weir a single pill at The terrible storm which swept through of which he saved nj9 Arthur managed under the roots of the tree Their bodies bed time Herniates tho stomach restores tbe appetite iaiparta Tfgor to the a jstcm to save only 686 out of the 10000 were terribly swollen and looked as if 1 Texas and along the coast of theGulf of They care alt tilacas3 Uko tnagc Get contingent fund of his first year and they had been bitten in several different Mexico on Tuesdaj of the last week did the xljrht kind SELLERS LIVER PILLS another LARGE AND WELL SELECTED STOCK We iro now romvinfr that was the largest balance he had ou places The eldest died during the night 8uM by drocciJts Send fordrcnlax groat damage in that section The town hand at the end of any year while he was and the three little innocents were bur of cvory variety of Oooils to hupjiIv tho emaiulof all our customer at hole SELLERS M3DICINB COPittsbnrehra should be your crowning glory Ayer3 for sale and Kctail which we PROPOSE TO SELL FOR CASH nr exchonof Sabine Pass wps totally destroyed by the occupant of the White House Mr ied together Iliiir Vigor will restore the vifality aud Produce and Live Stock We have often tried to establish a traJ on a Cash Iiaia aeccowlywp pie rising water of the Sabine Hiver Cleveland saved 334881 during his of youth to ludr that his become color hut have as often failed We have also notified our friends and cu Homers of the Bucklens Arnica Salve first vear out of a contingent fund of Tliere are known to be sixty five lives 5000 thin and faded and where the glands nrc DISASTROUS EFFECTS OF THE CREDIT SYSTEM and our intention to The Best Salve in the world for Cuts will cause a new lost During the overflow a hotel with reform our business but little attention has been given to what we have said Without an act of Congress the Secre- Â¬ Bruises Sores Ulcers Salt Kheum Fever not decayed or absorbed growth ou bald heads Now we intend to establish upon the ruins of the old credit system a SiRICTL 1 fifteen or twenty people in it was swept tary of the Navy cannot abolish a bureau Sores Tetter Chapped Hands Chilblains goods vljror vouluiul put into tho bay and eyery one of the in or organize one But he can distribute Corns and all Skin Eruptions and posi- Â¬ T4T A X tne the hair be color and to old CASH BUSINESS which will enable us to sell yon XxJLii preserved of ates drowned 2vot a house is left in the work and transfer some of it from tively cures Piles or no pay required one bureau to another One of the main It is guaranteed to give satisfaction or ape Head the following from Mrs r the whole country and everything living features of Secretary Whitneys plan of money refunded Price 25 cents per box Norton Soinerville Mass I have ued We in particular invite the attention of RIVER MEN ana otners w our there wag drowned reorganization as submitted by him to For sale by all druggists Ayers Hair Vigor for the past 80 yearn e c which w e are offerint at large stock of CLOTHING DRY GOODS Congress would be a bureau of supplies and although I am upwards of 60 my Has attained a standard of exccllonro whln- special low prices for cash is a bureau which would do all the Few people have any jdea of the ex- Â¬ hair Is as abundant and glossy to day as admits of no superior press of the State in naming can Â¬ that The purchasing for the entire Navy Depart- Â¬ tent of the oleomargarine business The when I was 23 To all of our customer having accounts due we most earnestly solicit to come Itcontains everyimprovptnentthattaventhra didates for Governor at our next State ment Another would be to amalgamate assured that a trial of Ayers Hair forward and make settlements You owe it to uh to do so as well as to yourselves genius skill and mocvy cunprtxiuco new law taxing the article goes into effect Â¬ election bas so far failed to name a man several bureaux so that every care invol- on the 2d of November next The Co- Â¬ Btrt Vlpcor will convince you of Its as honorable men who is the peer of our candidate Hon ved in the construction of ships would llector of the Leavenworth Kan District powers Mrs M E GotV Leadv llle Col Wc will sell vou goods cheaper than yon have ever bought them before we be confided to a single bureau instead of reports that tho Armour Packing Com- Â¬ writes Two years ago my hair having John T Hazelrigg of West Liberty can better afford it because we will take no risk on time Respectfully being distributed over four bureaux as pany at Kansas City Mo will manufac- Â¬ almost entirely fallen out 1 commenced aad we incline to the opinion that much at present Instead eight bureaux act- Â¬ nearly five million pounds of oleothe use of A ers Hair Vigor To day my printers7 iijk will be wasted before they ing separatelj and independently he ture margarine the coming vear and pav a tax hair Id laO inches long liue strong and jmcceed In doing so He is so far the would have four bureaux with a central of from 30000 to 100000 Another health v each bureau adver- Â¬ best man named and we defy the entire council At presentand separately pur company in that district the Fowler tises separately for TH3 GESA nraaOTEHEHT III AUTOKATK S State press to name a man so well quali Â¬ chases whatever it wants Each for in- Â¬ Brothers will do quite as large a busi- Â¬ ness Besides these there are four or Ayers Hair Vigor the hair regains In fied for the place In the meantime we stance goes to market separately for coal five more of the smaller establishments youthful color and vitality IJev H 1 the lcethe timber the stationery it wants ghall insist that he make the race I Â¬ Williamson Davidson College Meilihi This plan results in unnecessary advertisImperfect digestion and assimilation I have usei burg Co N C writes ing and in the higher prices charged for TL L ntf xt Troliu twin of It is generally conceded in political smaller purchases During the last year produce disordered conditions of the sys Ayers Hair Vigor for the last ten years TheBO Organs aro celebrated for volumeTHS HSCHAillCAL 0BGUIKSTTB CO circles that Blaine and Cleveland will be jir wminey nas nau nis own omce pur tem wnicn grow ana T are connrmeu ov It Is an excellent preservative I quality of tone quick response artistic deatai T IT r i i TV oireiiuwieii j xi e The Musette Set Cash - - - 15 00 beauty in finish perfect construction making the presidential candidates at the next chase the coal the ice the stationery for negieci pjrr the use of Ayers Hair Vigor Geo thorn the most deisirablo organs for homea as an inS Cordial and Blood PuriJer by its Xj A A Dadman Waterloo Mo had - - - 2600 schools churches lodges eoeieties etc The Celesta election and it is predicted that tha allthe bureaux with the result ooviwmiu iiuuwuo tuu a iiiuimw aim ASnin2 rf ti oa iLiui4iitM ui to its original healthy rSTABLISITED HEPXTTATieX -5 100 peri his hair restored 22500 race will then be even closer than the tALftrniiiuiii uiiitiaii these articles alone rives tone to the stomach The Aeolian Organ Het Cash ingof 30000 on UXEIUAUE3 FACrLnTES hold by G B fcawngo llael condition He was nearly bald and very i last contest With the one running The plan of concentrating the purchas- Â¬ bottle Only four bottles of i SPECIAL NOTICE you want a first class Parlor Organ gray He writes N Vaughn Campton without xumromanism and rebellion ing power ma- - be located in some one of Green and J BIST MATXXIAX the Vior were required to restore my j thQ 2FiQTrAN is one to buy With you can play at once the bureaux now existing It is not like- Â¬ COitBISKD HAKE TJIia aid the other not handicapped with Hal ly that Secretary Whitney will have all All of Mr Tildens surviving relatives hair to Its youthful color and quantity j Tif Im xiiUbb Jim U w TiropflVo - hTIT- Iwnuyuiuiiuuuxi muaiu m4 m - rraafa nf tne Ayers Hair Vigor cures dH pin and her hairpins the event is sure the purchasing done by his office have consented to abide the provisions TTCTTff XX eases of the scalp dreds of dollars expense in learning and then perhaps not F II of his will except two nephews who have to be exciting They will both run well Both are Foster Princeton Iud writes I had An End to Bone Scraping the matter under advisement succeed while with this you can play at sight as no other Instruction Books ard Piano Stools 111 but fear been troubled for years with a discae of dissatisfied with its provisions Edward Shepherd of Harrisburg same time if you wish you can be learning the atalegses ami Prico lists on application raxx fOur readers should be careful of hand savs Flavin- revived so much benefit to contest it because of the clause in the the Fcalp my head was covered with dan- Â¬ can At the ling silver certificates of the denomina from Electric Bitters 1 feel it my duty instrument that deprives any legatee of druff and the hair dry and harsh Ayers use of the keys as has a full five octave key board with CHICAGO GQHAGE QH6AM CS bequest if the legatee should attempt Hair Vigor gave me immediate relief tion of 10 Chicago and hc Northwcsp to let sufferingcijmianity know it Have his four full sets of reeds and is not only a cultivator of music TiMfl f riiimin pin desires of the testator as cleansed the scalp and rendered the hair t i i o Randotph and Ann Sts CH1CA24 ILL nave ioeen nooaea witn spurious notes Send for Catalogue v nn mv 1r ffr c lit i to defeat thenis i i tir VV but an instructor Price m years mv dQcte retold nie I would have toft and pliable v andsome of them mav nmf thfiir trav in w nave uie wA11 i Ai 7 uossscrapu or ileg ainpu- j i tated fS KEEN WADE HOUSE uus seuuuu I usedjhfcead three bottles of i Old people sutler much from disorders i Electric BfttegSseven boxes Bucklens of the urinary organs and are always JL FRENCHBURG KYt -- mica Sal is new sound j gratified at the wonderful effects of lUEPAUED BY Some twenty five persons were serious- T J COPE Proprietor- Puhlisfesr of Music and Dealer in Pianos Organs Etc t J H McLeans Liver and Kidm v Balm Dr J C Ayer Co Lowell Mass 7 S A xanie y injured by a party of roughs calling and well 100 per Electric Bitte0rcsold at fifty cents in banishing their troubles scasoa For sale by ail Druggists - - bottle and fitftfeirs Arnica Salve atbottHe by G B Swango Hazel j themselves Konedv heeleirs at BelfonSold No tourisa i Green and J Is Vaughn Campton if 25c per box bPUrugfcta HON W1L PRESTON TAULBEE OF Magoffin County Democratic Ticket For CoiigreKS Teeth District Republican Ticket ha3 again been elected Grand Master Workman of the Knights of Labor in the United States and the people of Pennsylvania may as well prepare to in- Â¬ augurate him as the next Governor of that Commonwealth He is the coming man and that State will not suffer in consequence He hump backed weak eyed sweet voiced and odorous mountaineer He was not handsome and would scarcely be selected from among a large crowd as a sample of But he hadnt run average intelligence a moonshine distillery and played hide and Eeek among the scrub pines and buckthorn bushes of his native heath with reckless United States Deputy Mar shals for nothing He knew a thing or two and he calculated that he could have a quiet picnic with the United States Court if he chose and not half try His name is Smith and he very nearly succeeded There areon oneof the juries iu the United States Court now in ses- I H McLeans Little Liver and Kidney Pillets 25 cents a vial Sold bv G B THE J Ei w I m I JL T n j rn Swango Hazel Green and J N Vaughn Lamp ton TO mmmx 1 P OR SALE live G The farm upon which I j miles from Mt Sterling and fly liUH rHoal SCHOOL DESK 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 rnakes ever offered in our country -- Be W arnei OVER 67000 SOIDI - 1625000 JiiwyIikiiriM Brights Disease self-assum- s- - UiiBiBr t IMT PRS -- Prevented ri Soots Shoes Rubbers V McWilHams -- AYERS Hardraan Pianos Chickering Pianos Mathus hek Pianos Emerson Pianos Star Pianos Arion Pianos and the matchless Johnston Organs Write for Catalogues and Prices m je CO JOHNSTON Wholesale and Retail Dealers D S RH 56 West Fourth Street CINCINNATI - Boots Shoes Rubbers J y DOWN GO THE PBICES - Kl CHiCACC COTTAGE ORGAN Cheaper Than You Have Ever Bought Before Â¬ JT - RENEWED tTT INSTRUMENTS MUSICAL 1 rvArtl ll I 3 te If Olr joo it THE POPULAR OSSAS -- - 1 it i - -- - -- J 1 T1M1 V veanpg lr Ayers Hair Vigor j EMIL rRI P Sltf FOURTH AVENUE LOUISVILLE KY s ft J --jiw