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Digital page images are linked to the text file. fc r vf s -- rKv rpc HT-- The Hazel Owner and Editor -- - J3fc2fi 4 SPEHGER COOPER THE HERALD OF A MOSSY WORLD WITH NEWS FROSV5 ALL NATIONS 00 A YEAR Always in Alma - VOLUME XL HAZEL GBEEN WOLFS COUNTY KY WEDNESDAY GCTOBES 27 1888 3JEUS13SK arUMBEB a5 THE a -- - the of Us a larger simulation lannv mountainsthe paper in Eastern Kentucky than Stete RJid merchants and others wishing to secure the trade of Etera Kentucky vrUl Sud it THE BEST ADVERTISING HEDIUM- - I lElxt A TD TTnuisieni advertisements 73 cents an inch first Insertion 25 cents an inch for each subsequent insertion Stvxiixg AuvzimsEMEirrs 500 4 inches 1 year1500 1 lac 1 year 2iBehesi rear 900 5 inches 1 year 1750 i 8 iuchesl year 1200 Cinches 1 year 2000 Advertising Rates vSjecuilralesouLirgcradrertLicments local notices 5c a line with 5 per cent oG tirlonK tiue liae bates of respect and obituaries JCirriuge and death notices free tri 5 cents a Announcements of candidates for Btate or District office 10 County offices 45 calls on persons to become candidates end their answers 5 cents a line Payable invariably in advance TIMETABLE Kttticty and South Atlantic Railway Standard time 22 minutes slower than ML Sterling time Ko 1 leaves Mt Stealing at 7 jl JL arrives Uo2 Ko S leaves Mt Sterling at 140 l 21 ar- Â¬ rives at Itothwell at 320 r M Ko 4 leaves Ilothwell at 345 r ii arrives at ML Sterling at 530 P M JCs 2 connects at Mt Sterling with 1105 A If and Uu P 34 trains on C fc O railway for Lexington Cincinnati and Louisville Sterling with 1105 A 3o 3 connects at Mt from the East and IJG O M train on C P M train from Louisville and Cincinnati j2rMontgomcry county court day special leaves lloihweli on the 3rd 3Ionday in eacli raaaih at 7 30 A- - St arriving at ilC Sterling lleturning leaves Mt Sterling st 9 A tS P M arriving at Jlothwell at 430 P M icsves Ilothwell for Mt Sterling at 5 P M GEO 15 HAItlER Supt at JKothwell at S40 A M leaves liotkwell at 9 a aL arrives at Mt Sterling at 1050 A a LOCAL Mrs Ella this place CbL 1STEWS J Clark is xisiting relatives at Csndiff nnd wile of Breathitt are visiting relatives herc- Mrs J G Thomas of Lee county is visit Â¬ ing relatives at this place lr Tanlbee reports that his little daugh tr Esther has catarrhal fever Eev Mr Eklar regular pastor preached at the Methodist Church Sunday night Uev J T-- Pieratt will preach at May town next Saturday aight and Sunday morning And evening Died On Thursday night Oct 21st Sew- Â¬ ard son of 2 B and Hannah Graham of fiax aged eight years MrsW F Hortcn and her two little daughters of Cainargo are visiting relatives and friends at this place Albert Fiits of Lexington who has been liere for the past two months shipping wa- Â¬ lnut lumber rctnrned home last Monday Hon W P Taulbee called upon us last Friday night and after chatting of his pros- Â¬ pects which he thinks exceedingly flatter Â¬ ing left for Salycrsville r 1 idence of Hon J M Kash und left for home Saturday morning Pat Laughlin of Mt Sterling spent three days in town last week tinning the new res- Â¬ It is reported from Johnson Fork ilagof fin county where the flux has been raging bo severely that it is now subsiding in its everitr and under control Mrs Theo CundifF of Breathitt pent us three largo sweet potatoes each of a differ- Â¬ ent variety They are very line and she will please accept our thanks for came Dr Taulbee was on Sunday called to see F P Wilson of Bed Bivcr prcciuet He has flux and only last week buried his only child which died of the same disease GovG Evans of Campton hns been apÂ¬ pointed storekeeper and guagcr The Gov- Â¬ ernor has been expecting some fat office for sooietimo and has at last received hie re- Â¬ ward Miss S E Swango of Stillwater has woTcn 146 yards of cloth on a hand loom Einee the 20th of July last She will make oirp man good wife and keep his house in order Hon P Taulbee will addrws the peo ple at the following times and places and invites Capt Hnrst to be present Mouth Brusliy Floyd Oct 26 Upper Johns Creek Floyd Oct 27 Browns Store Tike Oct 23 Mouth Pound Pike Oct 29 Forks TV Â¬ Pike Oct We SO learn that Shack Allen his wife John Allen and family are all in a critical condi tion at their Tiome on Quicksand from flux scourge now raging John t the creat moved from Gillmore Creek Allen recently near ur town to Quicksand His wife was a Hiss Xindcn and has many relatives here Lord Chesterfield the pink of politeness in his day said that a true gentleman sheuld bo always suaviter in modo fortiter in re which means mild ia manner strong ia ac tion This is precisely the character of our people will adopt every prophylactic Ayers Cathartic Pills Nothing operates so measure to abort the spread of the disease wildly and yet so powerfully in removing in this community a6 it has been very fatal disease where it has been raging during the season John Bush who lives near Hazel Green BREATHITT COUNTY on Friday last brought to ihiB office nine Irish potatoes of the Early Bose variety vcksok Oct 23 The Court of Claims that weighed seven pounds fourteen ounces They were smooth and solid Mr Bush at its last session ordered that a new court planted one bushel used potatoes everyday house be built and to that end appointed John Jay through the season for a family of six and the following commissioners Dickey S H Hurst A II Hargis E C at digging time holed twenty one bush Strong and Wr M Combs Thev are in- Â¬ els ibr winter use structed to present to the court at its Janu- Â¬ Eev Bruee Trimble preached to a good ary term plans and specifications for a new audience at the ChiLstiau Church at this court house with climates well authenti Â¬ place last Saturday night from the text cated Also to find sale for the countys Take heed ye that think ye stand lest ye bends toprovide means with which to build falL Barring hie embarrassment rliili is Tlit Ian nf1R7 norj flio ravnalrmXtr nir Ui W III4IVi V1 IVWI WSl 4U1IUUU1 to he expected in preaching to a crowd with the new jail and leaves the county free of And among whom he was reared the sermon debt There will be no difficulty in finding was weU delivered and it had evidently sale for 10000 worth of sounty bonds at been weU jircparcd for it contained round par bearing six per cent interest and the county can nay them in five years and not crilSrf I - increase its poll tax and only increase the of the Commonwealth vs John Anderson ad valorem ten cents on the 100 These and othersfor the murder of Proctor Arnett 3Uiw Sarah Barnett Takes Her Own JLIfe same commissioners have contracted with At three and a half oclock last Thursday W Clark and Wiley 11 Combs to put Ja has been set for trial Friday 22nd inst There is the heaviest docket criminal and evening at Jackson Miss Sarah Burnett temporary court house for use for the next civil that has been known in this county aged about eighteen years took her lift by twelve months until a substantial one can for years but with Judge Coopers manner shooting a ball through her heart She was be provided of expediting work it will soon be cleared the daughter of James Barnett of Quick- Â¬ Sam Cole of Booneville has moved into Bev Mr Kifle of the M E Church who sand and was living in the family of Claib his new residence He is waiting for water has been sent here by the recent Conference orn Fugate in Jackson After dinner on to start the saw mill before he can build his that day she and Mrs Fugate went over to store house He comes to educate his chil- Â¬ is here with his family He preached hisintroductory sermon at this place last SunC J Littles store on the Pan Handle and dren and grow up with Jackson 1 day night He is an earnest forcible speak returning Mrs Fugate stopped at the house J M Snowdeu bought a yoke of cattle er and enthusiastic in his work We pre- Â¬ of a friend Miss Barnett insisted on going from Elisha Clay for i85 two milch cows dict for him unprecedented success in his home Breck Combs was a short distance from Lee Strong for 3G and traded two labor and compliment the church for hav- Â¬ from the house when the report of the pis- Â¬ calves to Wick Allen for a nice fat heifer ing secured the services of such an efficient tol was heard and James Malone was pass Â¬ for beef A good days trading servant ing near at the time They entered the Winter is coming and the road from here Bev Mr Zimmerman of the Christian house to see what was the matter and found to Wolfe county remains untouched at least Church began last night a series of meet- Â¬ Miss Barnett sitting on the iide of the bed next to Jackson It is a stigma upon our ings at the Powell school house Bro Z is holding to the post They laid her down county that we make no better roads too well known to your readers to require on the floor and she breathed her last with Mr Childers is burning another kiln of any comment from me out speaking a vord The pistol which brick His supply was not equal the de to Flux is still raging in several parts of this was a 32 calibcr was lying on the floor of demand The Academy is scufFold high county Several deaths last week the room She had taken it from the valiEC working on the second story Miles Spuelock of a young man boarding in the house A Stout HarVcy of Troublesome charged MORGAN COUNTY few months ago she attempted suicide by with unlawful handling of spirits was not jirevcnted poisoniug but wa3 suspected and indicted at Louisville He is at home again Clin - n t vjEzel Oct 21 Last Saturday night Sher- Â¬ iiiii u- rvolk1ji rit iitTrt liirr liitf v JohnE Patrick attended SvnodatBieh- - iff S S Dennis and John Perry arrived here Jitue lo say to auvonc ana no cause js v tNaimul nniv lino j UJ nririrt i lontla fitrin- ti vvv u it uu We with two prisoners Blair and Tipton and known for the rash act hope he will remember us all to her when they reached the house of Mr Dennis B Shearer and wife nee Miss Lizzie Jett Tipton who had slipped the hand cuffs A Itisltt Koya1 Kcpast Mrs Emily Lacy on last Friday gave a k re visiting at cmiuuci Jetto ana juiton from Blairs arm took tho dodge and ran dinner to Mrs J G Trimble daughter and Cockrills Dennis followed and fired two shots but Bev J M Little returned from Bich- - without avail so Tipton made good his es- Â¬ son Miss Ella and Bruce of Mt Sterling and her daughter Mrs Greenwade of this rmond Ky where he has been attending cape Dennis returned to the house and place In the invitation were included Synod in attempting to reload his pistol shot himThe above letter did not arrive until self in the hand inflicting a painful wound Miss Ellen McGuire of Bcattyville Miss Ed y Ava Uiggenbotham visiting here and The Monday night and we had to cut it Born On the 10th inst to the wife of J Heeali man and his better half Never be- Â¬ BOUSSEAU Oct 20 Kind Providence S Xickell a boy weight 11 pounds fore did we feel so utterly incompetent as has smiled on the people here so fa r We Judging from the big grins John has been when we looked upon that tablo aqd felt have had no biting frost yet nor no flux wearing for the last week he thinks more of our inability to do justice to it in one meal in this immediate neighborhood but we are this Nickell than any five cents ho ever We felt that it would take a reck to even living in great suspense as we hear of owned fairly sample the various things everything deaths all around us J B Cecil and family who have been that heart could wish or appetite suggest I am sorry to say that the stock sale here visiting relatives in Virginia returned home was there in abundance and the hostess was rather a misunderstanding with some a few days ajro Jim must have had lots of made all feel at home Her daughter Mrs and there was not much itock on the mar-Â¬ meat and bread while he was goue for ho is Belle God5ey wife of lion D S Godsey ket but we want it understood that the next as fat as a big oyster pretided as the goddess of the good things one will be on Saturday Nov 13th and Vf T F Carr the jeweler at this place has a can party there will be plenty of stock there there and made all glad just received a nice stock of clocks watches nigh taste that dinner yet After dinner Att Collins colored living about two and fine artistic jewelry Those who want the guests repaired to the parlor when Miss hundred yards from the school house near such goods at reasonable prices will do well Ava Higgenbotham of Virginia and nieee this place was out at work and his wife to call on him of Mrs Judge Swango treated thorn to some being gone some penurious thief in broad Bude Childers and family late from the elegant vocal and instrumental iiiumc Sht daylight slipped in the house and stole a West were visititing relatives hero on yes- Â¬ performs on the piano beautifully rifllc gun and other things terday We see advertised today that Revs T Fx Heniy and A B Pieratt have erect IncorporntMl Hardware Company Walter and W L Laicy will preach at the fa a pajr 0f stocfc scacs at this place Messrs JL M Trimble X II Trimble and Miss Ada Kendall is visiting the family of T B Threlkeld have organized a chartered Caney school house on Quicksand on the fourth Sunday in October at 11 oclock We Dr A B Nickell at this place company to carry on the hardware business Â¬ B M Pieratt and family are spending the in this city They have just made the pur- Â¬ are glad to hear of it as the gospel is needed very bad here week ina visit toLouisville chase of the hardware stock of Butler Mrs B M McQuiun is confined to her Dr A B Nickell is attending the Mason Â¬ through the firm of Figg Co The Fisher bed with white swelling ic Grand Lodge at Louisville Messrs Trimble are from Mt Sterling Ky Little Dara Hoskins of Hunting Creek Silas Pieratt is preparing to build a nice and Mr Threlkeld is lately from Chicago is going to school here dwelling near this placo Bluet They represent a very large capital and it Going to marry soon W G MeDuniel to is the defcign of the corporation to open a OBITUARY large wholesale storeiiu this city They suc- Â¬ Miss Jane Barker Wm Hoskins has moved into his new ceed a good and popular firm whose good A Tribute to the Memory of Miss Mary BuiXTON will is no doubt very valuable We give house Linlcous IVho Died Oct lGth 1880 LATEE FKOM TIIK SAME PLACE God in His wisdom has visited our vicin the new establishment our cordial good That fearful disease flux of which our ity with the side of death neuralgia of wishes for a great success Mr Hall Taylor vicinity has been exempt until a few days the heart In a malignant form On the night who has been connected for a period of 15 years first with Hibbard Barlctt Spencer ago has at last struek down on us in a most of October 16th Miss Mary Linkousdied of of Chicaco and latterly of over 6 years with malignant form There is now five of Uncle this dreadful disease after a lingering ill- Â¬ Messrs Keith Beuhain Desendorf of Shak Allens iamily confined to their beds ness of two weeks She was born in the Chicago will be identified with the above Mrs Allen John Allen and wife and two year 1832 in Virginia being 54 years old at small children and I bear that they are her death She died at the residence of Mr firm Wichita Kab Beacon very bad and that doubts are entertained Lilburu Linkous on Big Laurel Creek She Ed Herald Mr Hurst called on Mr as to the recovery of some of them had claimed that Christ had been with her Taulbee at Salyersville to give one case of Died A small child of Wm Lovelys on for twenty years Although Miss Linkous fraud or default under Bepublican rule and the lSth inst of flux Also two or three had only lived in this vicinity five years it Taulbee cited him to the following among more of the family are sick with the same was not the privilege of the writer to know disearc and very ill at last accounts many others which can not be denied her until a short time before her death but Wm Toliver and son of Morgan county from Alex Adams of Lexington Pension the abundant testimony given by those Agent defaulted twelve years ago in the are here on the Calico Fork of Quicksand who lived nearJher for a great while she sum of 15000 and Judge Bobt Boyd was hauling logs to the creek for the purpose of was indeed a blessing to the community in his surety Judge Boyd is now sued in the running to market this winter which she lived and her pure and noble The school at this place has been suspend- Â¬ United States District Court for that sum character caused her to be loved by all who and had to abandon his court at Harlan a ed for awhile on account of flux in the dis- knew her She was very delicate for sev-Â¬ short time since to attend the court at Lou- Â¬ trict- I hear of a great many schools stop Â¬ eral years preceding her death and suffered isville where he was sued Judge Boyd ping on account of it greatly at times but she bore it all with that Died On the 10th inst of flux a small says that he knew nothing of the default patience and courage so befitting a Chris until he was sued This will fall heavily child of Wilson Howards aged two years tian character Slio was not considered Mrs Beubeu Lovely is very low with flux on Mr Boyd as his associate sureties are all alarmingly ill until a day or two beforo her and it is thought will not recover dead or insolveuL death and she prayed to God that it might Now why was not this thing brought to be His will to take her from this trouble- Â¬ WOLFE COUNTY light before the records were examined by some world Her last moments were culm Democrats Fate Play V Lane Oct 20 Married On the 13th and peaceful and she quietly fell asleep in D S Johnston agent of the Johnston Or- Â¬ Inst at the residence of the brides father the arms of her loved Savior a few minutes gan Company who has sold a good number William Graham Mif s Jane Graham to Mr after G oclock P ir There is no doubt but of organs in this section and who resided neury Dunagau They have our best wish- that pure spirit is now in communion with at Winchester skipped the country some es and may the guardian angel of health her angel father and mother on the celestial two weeks ago and it turns out that he em Â¬ peace and sweet prosperity hover ever near shore where she will watch and wait for the coming of her dear brother and sisters igrated to Canada where so many trusted them Mrs Louisa Cassady of Campton passed aud remaining friendn and if they prove agents have gone before with other peoples money Johnston married an estimable through here yesterday en route home She faithful to the God she loved and nerved young lady near Winchester some five years has been at Lost Creek attending the bed- they will all meet again And while eterniago and for some time has been addicted side of her siek sou Wm Cassady She re- Â¬ ty wheels its destined flight thoyll HwcII May God together in sweet communion to poker playing with the usual result He ports him convalescent Â¬ J W Conjrlcton and wife havn tl than k s bless and guide them in the right way so leaves his young wife and family in desti- N oi uieir many young iricntis oi tins vicinity that they may have u happy reunion on the tute circumstances for the nice entertainment given them on banks of the Bivcr of Life Weep not lov- Â¬ We learn from a personal in the Lexing- Â¬ the 18 inst at their residence ing brother and sisters nnd remaining ton Ky Press that Mrs Hays has typhoid k County School Superintendent John M frienda for the departed loved one She is fever and that her mother who lives at Lex- Â¬ Rose paid the school at this place a visit on not dead only sleeping that sweet sleep ington had been telegraphed for She the 12th inst and delivered a very interest- Â¬ from which none ever wake to weep It conld not go but her daughter Miss Ann ing and appropriate lecture will oniy be for a little while and then you dismissed her school and started at once to John B Hollon gave the store at Lane a will meet her again in that land where there Wichita Kansas where Prof and Mrs call last week The merchants are always is no death nor sorrow Hays are now located Later Miss Ann glad to eee Johnny come for they think he We are mourning in your sorrow telegraphed from Wichita that the patient has the ckash We are sharers in your grief is no better Bobert Bose lost two small children last We would speak some word of comfort week of flux Gladly would we bring relief Aluernki daughter of George Cecil of Samuel Wood of Frozen Creek is very Farewell dear Mary my feeble friend our town has the flux in a severe form This low Only Mb with flux Thin parting tribute pays to thee is the first case reported here and we hope SHOCKING SUICIDE Â¬ DYSPEPSIA INDIGESTION WEAKNESS CHILLS AND FEVERS MALARIA LIVER COMPLAINT KIDNEY TROUBLES Cordla CUEES SENSE Will not fill himself full when Ms system is not in order to dijest irfeat Mutr da the consequence is suffering i NEURALGIA AND RHEUMATISM TT is Invigorat TT gtve3 NEW in and De LIFE to tho lightful to whola SYSTEM by Strengthening and of trrcat valua as a Medion the Muscles Ton Â¬ ing the NERVES weak and Ailing Drastic Medicines that are soTiolent in their action a to Wcmea and Chil Â¬ and completelyOU- dren gesting the food should be avoided but a Doctors bill can besavd very - xi any win use I A medicine That Cures All Dis-Â¬ eases Generally CuresNone femkte oenlyqajrudc for labor sss 3 CONTAINS Minerals is com Â¬ posed of carefully selected Vcgeta nm l m bf 1 - making a Safe and Pleasant Remedy FornJe7iill Drursristn nrt Orocern BhtmM yoa not kep VOtIM I OHM At rtaiU 10O oUlo will ba iteut JinrRw p 11 rxrrijtxD way Y combined fully Dle Medicinesskill- physicians telling how to treat dis- Â¬ eases at HOME mailed together vith a set of hand Â¬ some cards by new HcIIotypcprcccss on receipt of lo c Ua ritnlrr a fuU ABcok eadlnz Volina VERTS 6 UVER plU S LlTfl And report to tho merchant of whom vthey buy that tfiey are not all vra BKOMPT ANDEASYIN THEIRJACTION we authorize such merchant to- - uJ nr tin clslisfor theaa vJ Volina Drug and Chemical Company BiLTiroaz mi u jl se22nr3ph SSAAC W MAPEL Attorney-at-La- w And Heal Estate Agent A disordered liver means a sleep with any satisfaction betijbn Yovn i6mbfr deao about everything You caat think aorwarkjaer Â¬ HAZEL GREEN KY Will practice in all the Courts of Wolfe Powell Menifee and Breathitt counties Titles examined abstracts furnished tax Â¬ es paid for nou residonts real estate bought and sold Collections a specialty scptl5 3ino Try These Pills Withthe Above Guarantee C P CALYEBT CO Cincinnati O J P ROGERS WITH SHIPLEY D01SY GO DBY GOODS Cor 4th and Elm Streets CINCINNATI rltSF r- c x -- v L - EPAIRIN6E j SL l am now prepared to do all kinds of BLOOD SS repairing on atches Clocks Jewelry discovery Ko others Ilia than la tho rrcnCd WlQ poettrwly ame wr riand optical goods Bring me yourwork t These pills ero a a tut all maimer of The information around each bar 55 and it will be neatly and promptly re relieve iind oat aboutdisease and you will arsrays bo thankful is worth tea n IllastraMeocaec aC Onapul a dosa tn Pills putyaM Hoping by irec ooiu evcrywaera them upaired at reasonable prices cr wniay nan laraoo ia 3ucpa NCO23XHSt 222 BMMWVMMMnMHIHHMWaiBWMMKAHMIwnMaiMMMMMBMMMmaMn Sheridans Condition fair Kotauur on l4honest work and remainprices to merit Powder is absolutely mm m vnu ataxe aSS jESL vour patronage I pure and highly con- Â¬ hs 11X3 ai v IX H 19 TMM BMi en la zea centrated One ounce T F CARR Yours truly S la pound ur-i-on- itj OHIO MY SHOP tYt JKzel MT 111 the best style - CUBES Diphtheria Croup Soorsanesa Iniluenta Diarrhoea Kidney Tronblea aadSel CT- y Mm v Pamphti Bhearsattsa Bleeding at i nojara jaorcra is Xasgs jaJon23Q uhk gssaBif i THE NEW AND ELEGANT HSGH ARfoi of worth a any other kind Itis strictly a medicine to be given wim rood Sold ovorywhoro or cent by mall for SS oests ia lfffTT cut rvin vj cuxrei presis tor shjuu A GKOSSMAX iflfilllL iiOM Lit S 1 4 lo bii 1 - S3f5 4t air Ugos Sk 4 tin cans 1 byjHaH wucja wa at wv la wort Ma- - wate tagoi inMraM4 DoozGyauuBM eUdisessee oTJMM H JL SUt J SEWBHQ EACHIfaS IS THE BE3T BUY HO OTHER II I FKAXK GOUVIOX JOHX S SCHXJEUTSR GROSSMAN GQUV10N GO WIW WHOLESALE XANUPACnTCEES OF 8liv2lfSy V tlnl J iiwi riuJjLiilii BRIDLES iUi KSS c V and 76 Main Street BB CINCINNATI G 4L such beautiful work Agents Favor- Â¬ ite because itis a quick and easy seller AGENTS WASTED it is LIGHT The LADIES FAVOHITE because HUTTNINGf and does I8DN0CCDPIBD TERRITORY TL3RL HAZEL GEEEE KY HENRY F PIERATT Proprietor reasonable terms Satisfac Â¬ tion will be given at all times and those wfiihing to hire a HORSE and BUGGY or a SADDLK HORSB will find it to their interest to con- Â¬ mewt J3I3I3 X 2TOZ3 OZ3EgOTTXi JUKE mAHUFACTURIHG CO Cor La Sails Avenue and Mario Street Nice Vehiciss and Horses For Ilire at all times and on tha CHICAGO ILL Â¬ P Â¬ Â¬ the single nieal day week or month jjsSVhen you visit Hazel Greea FRENCHBURG KY put your horse up with me and yoa will have it well cared for J II WILLIAMS Proprietor 1E9VIien you want to hire yoc is The patronage of the traveling public can hire from me for an hour halS- respecttully invited Table the best and uayuay or weec or longer every attention to the comfort of guests - PARTIES COMVEYED TO ANY POINT IN EASTERN KENTUCKY 02f REASONABLE TERMS- - Give me a call when vou need anything in my lin Very respectfully c F -- ALACE HOTEL sult me HORSES BOARDED br AY --- IS WARRANTED to cure Fever and Ague Intermittent or Chill Fever Remittent Fever Dumb Ague Bilious Fever Dengue or Break bone Fever Liver Complaint and all diseases arising from Malaria poisons ltjr I PIERATT It acknowledged tar oughout nearly ail partaoi toe wceia t allorer the palate thaa of oetraraias the disease hare Been jcaaaftctuxed grow ia faror B A FahaeUoeks Vraufeire conteaes to cotSrtart thdVKSS of li Is nearly xhated resale of M are mctt no other caa taaa mrmt al and sUily from When they are Irritable and fcrerish soaetaaes craTtee food acd eattajr raeaoBsly oe aem refaVie -- nolesome diet tosstag restlettly to sleep noaaar d grtoggig e teeta isea are indications of worms Miara help Â¬ less child has l BAFAHNESTOCKS not uniersaly U uaw nearly Jfartf rears uses tan xaeoiaae was oscxea itncuj for Worst lad froa that tfcss its reputation bat steadily lacreased until at tie pretest day It la ESTABLISHED 1MT 5 MSiSdmM eii ad ww w - ror Harpers S C July 9 I884 For eighteen months suf ered with Chills and Fever having Chills every other day After trying various remedies recommended to cure used a beea laid ia the erave wbea the entirely misunderstood Xnd death caedlu worms has been the human system from earliestKrswsmtot rtallybeeatheajse parents iaiaaey exist ia carll that iatly and tfttdily iu I bottle ofAyers Ague Cure and have never since had a chill PREPARED BY k MAGOFFIN COUNTY Oh may we meet with thee again EDWIN HARPER UlA aaAhw t UT3IWIM to cWW- Ic ha fretpiCttUr Zi illness aad Urseqaaaades of --onus were reals a safe purcatiTe not suspecuae the cauecf the bedbyeTptchaserwte - v relief vr Vm hnwf rt TKf timnfr nSfflt Knfa affordereatcaioaast Cl r Art 7 ata 4 WW j - taltialJ are B A FahnestoCX aad be satisfied with rothiag die rjunxracicMB New FRAjTcriw Howakd Co mo Htriae ased tha oHstaal B A Fahaeswck Vwaaifegg Messrs Schwarti It Haslett Pittsburg Pa bestaafy for aaay Cintltmtnl hav used some of that most excellent rem Â¬ ta my pcactiee a remedy years IUhae nortiUiU aad rTcmr UUt which safe edy B A Fahnestocks Vercufjjtc and found It to hare the isendiae it as cases hera a Venaifcae Is needed desired effect I think your Venaifaje can not safely be dis ia sll VE RMIFUGE PJ iiii IttabeM r removed I kmnhuniirff - tlie fir I rrmttrm r wnuwriiaTucTiuiiij w matMtrt who are more coa- - - bn Alcn5tliSSer DtwiEMntv In heavens brignt eternity Sprudliiig Oct 18 T K T redwiOia any family Vo-t- o- Oct 20 Circuit Court convened here Monday lSth inst Judge Cooper and Commonwealths Attorney Bed wiue are both at their respective posts This is Judge Coopers first court in this county and he is doing things up brown Among the visiting attorneys are J T Ha- Â¬ zel rigg and J W Kendall West Liberty Col A T Wood and John P Salver Mt Sterling James Hannah Martinsbug Thos Y Fitzpatrick and Walter Harkius Pres tonsburg D B Bedwine Jackson These added to the very strong local bar at this place makes quite a strong array of legal The case of the Commonwealth vs talent John Stapleion for the murder of Whitt in this county two years ago is being tried The Commonwealth has not yet concluded alteesville Dr J To introduce it we Will for a short time give Dry away in each county to those likely to make good airents a limited number of our GER Â¬ MAN ELECTRO GAL VAN re SUSPENSO Â¬ Grocer- Â¬ Reference John II Tieratt Harrison RY BELTS a positive and unfailing cure M Wilson S for Nervous Debility Weakness Varicocele Swango John Howerton R 500 Re- Â¬ its testimony but has so far made out a H Wihon David Rose Elisha Chambers Loss of Vigor Rheumatism etc Wm Clark Col L M Day John Center ward paid if every Belt we manufacture In fact everything usually kept in a first class country store and atBOTTOJC Etrong case The defendant is represented Campbell Byrd and others o204 does notgeneraleagenuine electric current Also will take ia exchange for Goods or in payment of any debs dye by Thos Y Fitzpatrick The case will prob- Â¬ Address at once GERMAN BELT AGENCY ably go to the jury tomorrow The case Take Tje Herald a year only P O E 9 173 Brooklyn New York- - jujL4 jVHMIY f uuutc iiuii J iJtv Wvva vrj j Louis 3Io The ingenuity of man in all ages habon taxed to devise new and improved methods for extracting and appropriating whatever joys and comforts there are in life One of the most practical and useful as well as the latest achievement in the direction of secur- Â¬ ing or promoting the comforts of home that place so dear to every one is n Wrought Iron Cooking Range happily named designed and Home Comfort manufactured exclusively by the Wrought Iron Range Company St Louie Mo The great novelty of this Range consists in its adaptability to the wants of all classes its economy in the Use oi iupI ease oi manage No home ment mid beauty of design should be without one The Wrought Iron Kauge CoiupaHy St Co Lowell Hasa C Ayer Id by all Druggists J E SCHWARTZ CO o A Fahnestopics Son ft co 8UCCSSSOR3TO Pitsiir PaSf Prif Mm K FORD AUGUST with BAUER SWAN CO - DEAlEE IS - BURNHE1M 5Q Broadway ELECTRIC CLOTHING NEW YORK GENERAL MERCHANDISEy HAZEL GREEN KENTUCKY ICEEPS COXSTANTLY OS IIAXD A FTLL ASSOKTEEST 2 BELT FREE OF i Goods Ready made Clothing Staple and Fancy Hats Caps Boots Shoes Queensware Tinwar Hardware Table and Pocket Cutlery ies Stoves and Farming implements fG9K W 3 i 5- - l uwkij wMVllsJ ajfe fe V Tf a3t isrf- -- y fiJ - imnmmHwnB 3 s 1 i- - r ar tt ami each of them j The boat is meiioadcd now 111 vw j stepped out of hi wav to kick him not trust him in it began Undo Bob J Ha did not move but grumbled out j Push off shouted the captain chilis Even I begun to feel that Stop ordered Uncle Sob But the Ooost had hard measure m this world boat had already Ieit the steamer My mother uad gone down and the Lncle Bob wild with excitement and - lEVrDCKT - grand dinner was now in progress I rage leaped into the water Holding ILaMiiMHlHBaMMMMB was watching the procession of dishes isix with one arm 1 uw uiu iwicuen uiuug me gajiej v v cried Aunt He can not swim uuwu i WITHOUT AND WJTHJN Belle low vlien I saw Nix run out 0 God save them Nix was mv Uncle Bobs little bov The lire lighted up the water and the Out rf tb pJtya bJack Jiirfet And tbe rf4i of xke drlrinir rain Wo about live years old The whole funii- - black figures btruggling in it Mehttetf w4 fear oppressed - saw Uncle Bob taKo a few strokes ry really thought that no such beautiA Wri to wy window ctisc jlul eliild had ever been born Lncle then he Iran ti call v beat the water with latere I fcrnetf teJm striving to jraln Lc taaer warmth and the light Boh with his wife and boy lived in his free hand He turned over sank Cnrattr besting- kis breast WJtli erj er terror sad blame Aew Urleans nut were with us now on rose again liien tiie dan shape ot a Gatesttfee wfldly dreaming- pane man came to his side and seized the a visit Nixl Nix I cried What die baby We could see no mors - Vi wt etttJsje Ike nipht you doing there driveii Atfttewtj Coee pane rain We reached the shore in safety the BuLNix did not hear nor heed me Morning began to dawn and then we 7 leek the bird iuwyliand A4 He Hew straight dowu the path and conM tell who were dead and who wew Am4 here to the ckeonut Hjrat mttfee cettld not HHderstand pushed Goosts head up living Several bodies were washed Be4 ilk woaa er or Triga t Make a lap he ordered and in a ashore and lav on the pebblv beach At Hie sodden bright acfi be spring -- A4 iteekef about the roo moment nau nuggiea uown wnue the very people who had been dancing u AkA circles the lajspg till ajrala skirts lace and all onto the negros nnd singnig with us last night 1 re- WHa the flatter of hicklees wiaga knees Thev sat talking aopareiitlv member how horrible it teemed to me Sebriagu baclctbe aid Bight gloom on the most intimate terms when Xix that the red birds and tiie jhvs began Jliwia with the glimmering dawn bounded of darted iuto the house and to sin- in the trees overhead and togo 1 1b4 y bird at the paae brought back a plate of Aunt Silenys on linildinT thmr nests a if thev did Filled irita fear and unrest Cryi as4 MnTiBf te rain famous kisses He was proceeding to not cafe v Thev found Uncle Bob a Tlwr aowBweoteea irlth rain ram the snowj- - glistening sweetness mile down the river mite dead Ju Awl craelly bettHK kJs breast 1 down tiie cavernous mouth before him j one hand he held clutched a piece of hante te be gozfe la Se J take ai an4 obcs the door wneu could jt DeJ ixoosi reinon- - j little Xixs night gown J1b4 aayi G free as be epriogn strated The cantain came un to mv mother A war a his jubilant trias 1 followed Take em back littv mas DevU a 1 see y btra no erc Cnnii licri t ho said i J scold you I don wan see von scold them to the beach There was Goost s Tolly are ire riew Xe Hi Take em hack1 How slw to umltrretHBd deformed bodv in its rags and on his In our tmpareRceaBd frlglil Goosts hoarse croak had actually breast lay Nix alive and actually Hotr eftea we quench the rax sweet tone in it lauffhinir Given 0 saow va the way But Nix compromised by gobbling I And oh UBpeakabe light aid the captain The poor darkey Jnthe world s loaf desolate night up all the kisses himself like a littlo saved the child He evidently wa we yearn acu struggle tor tbee Hov giutton and then commanded Goost to exhausted when he approached tho As4 why should vre fear the band That carric us toaderly Gimme ridel The man turned over sliore for he seems to have struggled inn forjupiy lUroutra the gloom on his hands and knees helped Nix to justbeyond the reach of tho water and And opens ike door of tke room climb to his back and then crawled then died Where iirtaincd in darkness we lie He certainly wasnt And bids 1 hasten awrar away trotting or galloping as the drowned perhaps it was some hidden And points to the briphtening akv baby ordered Qlic dnim of the pevicct day heart disease1 iL E Warner J nst at this moment Uncle Bob came j Kix began to pummel him as usual intd the garden Now Uncle Bob ws -- Wake up Goo d he cried I a r hot tempered man and he had Kiajj him Nix aid my mother zvliirnn AUUT JJJbXVlULLiV warned my father that it was danger- - who crying ous to keep that half idiot on the Nix kiWd hfm But Goo t did not place He jerked Nix oil his back waken Youths Companion aHwJBtettWTas Wickd But He Saved rl 1PT l40VtV HffVlTTl IlifflaTl iiwm alu white aprons AUTUMN FASHIONS suit- Â¬ I ITALIAN WOMEN HOUSE OWNERSHIP PERSONAL AND IMPSRSQfMiL HteK -- Handsome Striped Suiting Beautifully Colored Velvets ami Stylish 3IUJitiery Beautiful Creatures Who Are Entirely Ircts From Simpering Sentimentality -- ii - - -- ltei J m - eaf 1 er A 9- 1 -- Kf rnr - ia tft ir- Litty MasV D f 1 fc I - No aoimr exclaimed mv mother The table wa spread for one of those awnunib dinut i In which southern hon eholds Miittti bffors the war the de chile ride I bin gibin him ride dery dav I J food and although even the least civ- I arming and my mother likes- to gib him wont hurt him how ilized of people have managed by some gncis ride Show him twi litiii1uiv1iiimr c uwv i t jy lii o we do it litty mas means to keep their dwellings warm f WtKli u r bo om when Aunt Sileny Uc dropped I down on his hands and WiS not until comnarativclv recent ho fal v ofc wrtddied in viih this Ap pknees and looked up like a hungry i wl1nvi mdog begging It seemed pitiful to me paJliug announcement f uiu S4 M-t because saw that NLx was the onlv ucr1 y3V hat has iHseome l the oup of us taken any no- utlon- - Ul dwelling a a mean ot Ie ks gumlK dat I make des year one of him who had everloved the baby - protection against tho weather may be lice and that he J11 icpot Hod lre days work wid it But Uncle Bob I suppose did not stop regarded to some extent as an enlarged latGool jes cxeep in lif d jmt to to think He kicked Goost once twice jrarmeiltf and indeed the difference be- Lon hcheadir drunk lot ob it an spill again ln dare to toncn me eiiim tweeu a loo e mantle and the tent of a v liil dr resl great In to is Oh GoosU At that Nix Hew to Goost where he nomad thenot verv which anyorder said m mother add to shelter comfort arms calmly Crtyou give ti any other lay and threw his papa about him - man from the - toouiiAuntSiltrni he screamed provide- times to has sought adequate Stop at Bad obtain some earliest loir want ter gib strjingc gemmen Goost good I love Goost bugging method of heating his domicile His the woolly black head iast scrambie hi I had dat niggah efforts in this direction were for a long His father took him in creaming and Aunt 5len3 grumbled her lire of period confined to building and Goot got up and looked after wood upon the naked earth a In the way back to the kitchen My mother went on pinning her them hen he saw me he mu I ld dwellings of which ne have any es which were not so soft a piiik as wouldnt hev hurt dat chile Miss An- r i rt lt I thought the tears were in hia her prettv cheeks md I tood close at nie h of the lake the Jier Mile admiring her when the twins i eyes but he suddenly went oil turn- - llwcllers show Thell ruins das of in tho bar tin their Scotch kilts itnd plaid ing hand springs like a wheel and So kwh slashes covered-- with mud followed by yelling just like a dog apparatus was in use which d Jista the ntir e cucie nnn aiinr ipiiii iiiii iiy wen t lft Wf iuiyuiv l Mother Goo t rolled me in the home next week and my mother and T i t d funMjlriej stin chicken yard cause he -- aid wed tell went with them for a visit The day tes werc and hhn before we started Goost came up to he been snekm egg- fe a cefUur3ea fix for not mh cle Bob l fhrrt ttm l11 ils lf h J had until the beginning of the middle ages ready began liMa de com taken a gold medal for good conduct fnoke h of the an- I uas duu x uiiK x 11 loiiir 10 vim nrif f vm I1krk catcher lillt iJauv- AYt knt li t ti illiara sav I no count My mother put her hands to hei now Mas Ef vou lemme go wid you 1 takewirs nilaii aisu uscu biui cmtiivi vou might v good care ob Ma Nix La c the room cverv one of w of which htf been found at Pom Â¬ -11 Lncle Bob was in a good humor that peii and at other exhumed places The as viuuiv men cioLiies xijmu ever ti woman so tormented That boy j day o he only laughed tirsfc mention eoal is made in a ihank vou Augustus But 1 i iJOO for at of hard hi torv tell- - u- is possessed with What is the mat- that time ter luth vou illiam1 turning to wouldnt rob vonr Master William of of a combustible mineral which the - vonr services 1 have enough of vour smiths of Greece employed lor their ixneet my father wno stooo m tiie doori t r ii u mo a I rna uwia uv iimuiuuuv Xr1 niifil thrt ttiiltrh oiMiliirv t Sj II Vliv vb Ver well sah and Goost his real 11 U He was n tall grave man 01 whom i ima - j his children stood grcally in awe But name was Augustus Imperator disap- ug0 th holIt Europo According to my mother Idte vivacious animated peared Tomlinso and Turil1 in iHir ork Rjth all tue enthusiasm of the trench j t e went by boat down the river It j 0f iearmo- and ventilatiii- in Eno land blood that in her veins was the j was an immense boat the Messenger down to The titm of William theConl jlol of the house My father held up with three cabin- - all gilding and glass queron the inhabitants of Britain his new hat but yesterday a gloasy and gay hangings There was a party llwtu in straw thatched huts parti beaver but nou battered and muddv j of our friends going down to New Or-- tioned inlo tw0 rooiit in order that -- L jiiju mat u was worn iahi nigni jean- - and mamma and Aunt eiie near the family of the master the ser- Â¬ by that boy Augustus and wore their pretty gowns and there vants might be sheltered In the mid- Â¬ Goost again Mv mother threw were music and dancing in the saloon dle of the front and principal room was herself into her east chair in an atti Â¬ every night Nix of course was the a mammoth common hearth over Oh go on Wil- Â¬ darling of every body tude of resignation which in the roof was a little tower to liam Dont mind me- - There seems One dav Tilda came up her eves make a draught that should carrv off to be a hailstorm of miserie setting m I round and wide leading him his the smoke Long after this came a Mv iii1mv11i liim rl hflwie oil rft nnA -rrimn J in primitive soit of line which developed iv viwmoo mi J4 Jsadore do bu rational This ne- - Cantain followed her later into the old fashioned chimney gro must be punished or sent away We unearthed a miserable corner of our far off grandfathers Why there is nota day away in the hold Mrs Champiiey he whose enormous capacity embraced a that ho is not cutibd and beaten about said and jour little boy recognized whole family and supplied them with the kitchen and stables Coachman j him and insisted upon hugging him And this kind of cheering warmth ostler waiters all take their turn at Goost said Tilda fire place and chimney continued in bim The blows fall upon him as if he Ah ciel grasped my mother vogue with no improement in its had an alligators hide Sent away Uncle Bob began to scold The Captain technical construction until the latter Whrc Who would take him as a ollered to put the negro off at the next pari of the last centun when two gift For meres -- ake lake that hat lauding but mamma interferred Americans Benjamin Franklin and out of the room and dont mention j couldnt drive a faithful dog Count Kumford began busying them- Â¬ Goosts name to me again away she said It is the child that selves with the heating que tion I was standing by the window and I j he loves He can do no harm Let Franklin separated the lire place from remember that I looked at nn mother him go with uthe chimney and led the draught after in her soft shimmering silk pearls i I believe they tried to make Goost a short ascent downward again in or- about her white throat anil roses on shovel coal but lam quite sure he did der jj j niipa s through a pipe her breast and then down into the not overwoi K nimseii ai nigni we beneath the floor and again through garden where Goost the deformed would hear him with a banjo dancing the ehimne into the outer air This negro stable boy squatted lazily in the Juba in the tire room He was al Â¬ sort of stove has always been called sun ana thought what a shame it was lowed to see Nix very seldom though the Franklin or Pennsylvania stove that she should ever have to see or t sometimes the boy hired Tilda to fake Rumford allowed the characteristic pe Â¬ tink of such a fellow As to any idea him down He used every day to -- ave culiarities of the lire place to remain that he was a human beiug and bound up bits of his dessert for Goost but brought it further forward into the 10 us by aav xut n never impressed It is strange that 1 remember the Je room narrowing the chimney at the iv me nor I am sure her Mv father i trifles while the great ii viii vi liic height of the fire place opening to so Dr Champnoy wa- - a physician in a voyage is so dim to me Wc went to small a size that only a -- lender flue 3ugetiwn on the border of one of the our state rooms one night as usual T was left to carry off the smoke Then hlavo holding State- As only the recollect that I began to choke in my dampers were invented and other im- Â¬ river epaaled us from the State of dreams that I struggled to sit up provements made until open lire places Ohio rewd -- lave who wanted to There was thick smoke all around me of the present day are well adapted to be free had urt- to cro s the stream in a 1 was not sure whether t was asleep or tje purpose for which they are de- bateau to escape Hence few remained not I could not make myself awake sio ned -- o ir as good cniiiatiou is but those who were contented with j Bed points of light hone here and concerned although their heating ca wa- - pacitv - verv small because the hot their lot The latter gonerallv tv ere there there were loud snouts parched with heat then I was awake air for the most part escapes through old house servant uncles and who were looked upon as I screamed for my mother who slept jje chimnev maumcr- Therefore for cold below me but she lay like one dead we tlior n ivrr liodv kiuiws ttio onn i part t the family and so treated jviiioiig vui ruuie wis mis uov I climbed down and dragged her up m eoiaee is not adapted It is ant to i i i Goost a deformed and --eeminglv but he seemed stupefied warm one sine 01 uie oouy oni wane He stole he drank worthies- negro Fire fire I hrieked The boat the other side freezes Jt only some he -- eldom by any chance spoke the is on tire arrangement could be dei d whereby She seemed to waken all at once thi objection might be o ercome and Champneys Goo t was at truth the bottom of half the mischief in town and began to talk very fast as usual the imperfections of the grate lire be rec Ke would disappear for days and creep Put on your wrapper Annie Dont tilied how much it would be preferred rag- - and mud to beg cream so you deafen me Tut tut by everybody for its free bright flame- back a for some new clothe and to present What a fuss which shed a titful and magical light Somebody pounded on the door throughought the room rendering it himself for his rations There wa- too a vindictive malice in his trick- Yes yes Im coming Where is my more livable and uffu-ing it with a which showed that in his dull ignorant pink over cloak child poetic charm while their fantastic fcoul there was a bitter hatred of the Outside all the passengers were hud- - charm is observed But until that whole familv But nothing would in- - died on the stern of the boat The time comes and fuel is far cheaper auco nun to go to Ubio or to be free names at the oow roared ana swept up fhncA who armlH lik o errata fir mni Ho evidently wa of the opinion that to the very sky Between ns and the faj content themselves with stoves 1hc world or tho Champneys owed shores stretched the black deep water tjjat are more practical if less poetic J yr y CommercinJ Advertiser him a living There were but two boats Even then While I was looking out of th win- - 1 noticed how eager the officers of the - 1 dow into the garden Aunt Sileny and boat were to put my mother in one of The longest drought that ever oc- Â¬ Tilda both took time from their labors the c She was one of lhoe women curred in this country is said to have to go out and berate Goost to which that every body takes care ot They taken place in 1762 when no rain fell Tilda added some vicion bbws- on the lifted me in beside her and Aunt Belle from the first of May to the lir t of car She might as- u ell have beaten and the other ladies Uncle Bob with September the horse boA at the gate Goost did Nix in his arms was blustering and It has been discovered that the jiot budge nor wink while she struck swearing blaming the captain and heavy gracs which encroaches upon away he shot a cn w for the accident liitn but as she turned Thpn linr Is vour bov to go in this boat the waterways of Canada prevent ma- Â¬ w1insid rtsrwi laria and diarrhea and is excellent said the mat Jcau and Toil the boys who waited Colonel Chamjmey food for fish him In their natty dress suits sharply Twed J -- 1w anu angniv ordered uoost never 10 touch or speak to the child again Then he came up under the window -- THE POETIC FIRE PLACE Iiorr History of the lrojjreN lale in f1i f n HtMtliii huI Vcidiliitiiiu AplHfi-Mas Bob he said humbly don Warm and pure air are equally is sav dat fob Gods sake Lemme gib t important factor- - in our live- - a- - good I - tti rrill T iwlvil tn n ivc SL iY -- wu rl tt ffn 1 J 1 1 1 -- -- x 1 -- f I tti 1 J A 1 1 I Jr- WW 1 m Among the handsome striped ings for autumn wear are twilled woolens which show clusters of pin stripes in vari colors the lines most brilliant on dark grounds bur not in any degree conspicuous owing to the narrowness of the stripes The e fancy wooleus are made up in plain tailor fashion and the entire costume is formed of the stripe with usually a vest and collar and cuffs of velvet al- Â¬ though for utility purposes shopping and the like the suit is finished with machine stitched edges only Other new patterns show a band of plain woolen alternating with one which gives the effect of a stripe heavily overlaid with soutache in applique work but in reality is woven in a raised design in the woof of the goods These novel stripes are displayed in colors of dark blue seal golden and bronze mulberrv prune dahlia several distinct shades of deep green and gray in various tones Leading importing house- - are open- Â¬ ing case of very beautifully colored velvets as these rich fabrics aTT to be largely used the fall and winter seasons through for entire costumes for basques ovor skirtsof contrasting material and fancy corsages accom Â¬ panying skirts of silk lace and trans- Â¬ parent woolen fabrics like albatross etc Many of the stylish velvet cos- Â¬ tumes which have reached America from Paris show the skirt and bodice trimmings of striped velvet both in black and colors The most elegant costumes however are made wholly of plain rich1 velvets1 in superb wine shades deep blue olive bronze myrtle1 bishops purple rosewood Al- Â¬ brown and nut colorings though more novel and therefore more- - attractive to those who have a strong liking for new ellects the costly velvet suits made up with por Â¬ tions of it formed of striped velvet will lind fewer purchasers than those made wholly of velvet in monochrome for the reason that the former bears its date far sooner than the latter Cos tJine though made of material long in u e come to u- - showing such new effects in style and draping as to ren Â¬ der thtv e gowns genuine novelties Sailor Gainsborough turban and gypsy hat- - formed of the coarsest dark straw or fanev in aided rushes will bo worn until cold weather set in These are trimmed with vehet facings and clusters of grapes peaches apricots plums tomatoes or otherwise with half wreaths of shaded autumn leaves in rich vivid colorings dark red and yellow velvet wall flowers nestur tiuiu verbena blooms dahlias trum- Â¬ pet flow era and foliage and the like In felt hat- - and bonnets are brought out line smooth French felts also fuzzy felts to be worn en suite with shaggy tailor made cloth costumes The tur- Â¬ ban with moderately high crown and brim and the English walking hat rolling high upon each side will be the favorite shapes for the autumn the decorations for these consisting of high loops of pecot velvet ribbon with satin on the reverse side into which are set beaded aigrettes pompons of fancy rolled leathers or soft twists of plaided Mirnh rolls of canary yellow velvet or sprays of poppy red flowers Dark blue and golden brown felts will form the leading autumn colors in felt hats anil bonnets A Y Pod -- A I 11 NEW YORK STYLES 1 1 1 1 - 1 it -- ii The Latest Kinds Adopted b tk Leaders of Metropolitan fashions Linen culls are again worn Polonaises are again in vogue Chemisettes grow in fashionable fa- Â¬ li vor The newest sleeve is cut all in one A - V J w - - -- 1 lli J J w-Punished - - - 1 5 - a 1 1 i- 1 1 1 - ma-s-o- f -- - - fr v -- piece ft Fall hats and bonnets iiave very high MONEY MAKING crowns from the History of The collars of new frocks are higher A Fragment Deceased Millionaire a than ever When Jeremiah P Robinson died in New linen culls are very close around Brooklyn the other day he left an es- Â¬ the wrist Chintz figures are printed on new tate whose value is generally estimated silk stockings at from 3 1000000 to 0 000000 Long Tailor gowns will be worn more than years ago when Mr Robinson was a ever this fall man he young and driving All seams in the waists of new had an ambition and tiie ambition was dresses are whaleboned to accumulate a fortune of 850000 Velvet and wool combinations arc When L get that much money he seen in new fall frocks said one day to one of his clerks Hign turned down collars are seen then Im going to quit business right on importations of new frocks short off and enjoy the re t ol my days The narrow lance liko figure is the in ease And several years went by effect of the present cut of corsages before any tiling akin to the figure he Shoulder seams of frocks basques had tixvd upon as satisfactory was and mantles are all made very short approached but the closer he got the No lady wears dresses costumes or le s he had to say about SiUiOO being toilets at present but frocks and gowns enough lor any sensible man One The crowns of fall hats are ol cloth New Years Day he entertained his velvet and satin with a seam directly clerk Will he said Ive been in the back making an inventorv of things this Black brown tan dark blue and morning and I find that I am worth Russian green are the preferred colors something over 00U0 for fall hats Then you are going to go out of Conical crowns fiattenod at the sides -- uppo-c 1 the clerk re- Â¬ and tilted forward are the feature in marked fall hats Go out of Why man Stripes vertical and horizontal hair alive what are you talking about Go line- - plaids and checks will all be very out of busine 1 have only begun fashionable my figure is SloOUOO thats enough to New polonaises are made very full j satisfy any man ami more would be a 111 the back breadths ol the skirt out burden But 30000 dont begin to are not much looped look so big when on get close to it as Open filigree buttons in dull metals it does when its about 84tQ00 off bronze brass copper and silver are Neither did 8100000 when it came to used on new fall frocks look as big as it did once and its pos- Â¬ Ladies house keeping apron- - are session was but the incentive to more made of line lawn and so full and long energy and bigger enterprise It is as to completely cover the skirt the -- ame old fever enough is never Nefr bonnet shapes are verv small what a mortal has V Y Times capotes with high pointed crowns and upturned high peaked brims cleft iu ELECTRICITY IN FARMING the middle to form a V The fir t importation- of fall hats Novel Experiments Made on the larquU oi Salisbury- Iatlield Estate have conical crowns of cloth satin or Electric power has been applied in a As- velvet and rolled brims of curled trachan or boucle woolen A Y Sun very novel manner of late 011 the estate of the Marquis of Salisbury at Hat- Â¬ Seed Evenly Covering field where it has been in operation Most eed of grain especially those for ome time past in various way- - and sown in the fall are apt to be covered works but the last is perhaps the of all On one of the In a dry time the drill most peculiar too deeply stored in large farms ensilage wheels sink down into the oil and quantities a farm building being this carries the tubes with them Grain turned into a silo for this purpose and seed is thus deposited at a depth of it being decided that the green food three and sometimes four or fivo shall be chaffed before placing it in inches One and a half inches is am- Â¬ the silo a chaff cutter has been erected ple depth and if moist one inch is suf-Â¬ about twenty feet above the ground ficient If too dry to sow at this This machine is not only driven by depth wait until after a rain Tho electric power but the same motor is bad effects of too deep covering were employed to elevate the grass to the plainly shown by a device we once level of the chaff cutter This is done used on a drill throwing every other so effectually that about four tons of tube ahead of its neighbor The result rough grass are raised and cut per was that all the forward tubes might hour A sivteen light Brush machine have been empty They were piled is the generator driving by a huge the ridgec made by the back water wheel and both are 011 the banks over by set of teeth made a feeble growth in of the river Le i mile and a half disthe fall and were all killed before tant The power is transmitted to one spring The crop all came from the of Siemens type specially constructed to work as a mortar with the Bni h half of the seed drilled in shallow machine Nor is thi- - all for the same American Cnttirator electric power i ingeniously applied to work the lifts in ue at the many A citizen of Schley County Ga haystacks on the esttte Chambtri shingles his own hair and does T as Journal well as the most skillful barber-Kec-pnt-lbu-ine- With the budding leaves and fragrant flowers and the first flush of golden rays on the pavements the streets avÂ¬ enues and piazzas get to bo daily thronged with the womanhood cf the city I think that for a foreigner there is not any more interesting sigh in Italv than that of an Italian girl inner youth and beauty I do not of course allude to the signorina in her stage w hen she has scarce Â¬ ly well abandoned the romping gait and gestures peculiar to bib and tuck- Â¬ ers but to the exquisitely rounded damsel a little more than half way through her teens who has all tiie fullness and more than the mellow qualities of a Parisieune of twenty one Girls by the by become mobile here at fourteen and a half years but on the other hand they rarely keep a firm grip of their charms 011 the shady side of thirty During the fifteen years of their womanly glory- - however their features generally speaking are so fair and winsome that the most invet Â¬ erate bachelors succumb to the coy blandishments of the delicious creatureThere is no sick I v simpering sentimentality in the Italian woman Her passions are trong and often in controllable When -- he loves it is with her whole- - heart and soul and during the meridian hours of hev at- Â¬ tachment she would sooner kill herself and her lover rather than see him cast- Â¬ ing sheeps eyes at another female Here at least Mormons have not the slightest chance of putting into practice the peculiar tenets of their persuasion for the Italian woman is a fearful jeal- Â¬ ous being ami woe betide her Lothario if he should forget the pledges he made or the duty he owes her if he abandons her and she can not discover his whereabouts she plunges a knife in her heart asphyxiates herself in her room or ends her life in a neighboring river or canal She is moreover as capricious as the climate of her country How often in the mUNt of a calm breathless sul- Â¬ try day would not the storm blasts sweep over hill and plain like so many dread simooms At one moment the sky is blue from horizon to horizon not the tiniest feathery speck being isible in its monotonous azure The next moment the firmament would be black with thick masses of cloud scud ding hither and thither in all direc- Â¬ tions an almost impenetrable darkness would brood over the city shop lamps would have to be lit and torches im- Â¬ provised for business purposes while the rain comes pattering down like so many hailstones on rooftree and pave- Â¬ ment After a brief half hour how- Â¬ ever the storm would disappear the whole heavens would become one scene of aure and all their surroundings would resume their wonted appear Â¬ ance The Italian woman is well charged with such capricious electric- Â¬ ity Within the space of live minutes she can be both the dearest of Desde monas and the fiercest of Medusas The intensity of her anger renders it only ephemeral but while she writhes under its influence there is scarcely a tigress more savage than she Poets and novelists usually endow this crea- Â¬ ture with a pair of coal black eyes and a wealth of raven tre sses Neapolitan and Roman IJrbs and locks po sess to a very iarge extent these characteristics ami although there are an v Milanese women of the same pattern as their southern sisters 1 find among them no small proportion of the bluest of eyes and the blondest of tresses The Ger- Â¬ man blood of these girls is accounted for by the fact that the Austriaiis dur- Â¬ ing their occupation of Lombardy in- Â¬ termarried with the native- - And thus blended the cream like whiteness of the Teuton with the dark bronzed hue of the Italian Milan I Italy Cor Han Francisco Chronicle bread-and-butt- The Moral and Social Inflences Cnon Worklngmen It Exercise er Philadelphia as the greatest work- shop of America furnishes a striking illustration iu point Its comparative exemptiou from strikes is due to the fact that as a rule the workiug man there owns his home Hence he is as Yon conservative as the caoitali t may find scores of squares with nice brick houses of workiug men not one of which is a tenement house Phila- Â¬ delphia now has double thcrnumberof dwelling houses of any other city of Us size in the world Tin- marvelous in- Â¬ crease in its homesteads is due to its co operative building associations They numberiug over four hundred have been tried for nearlv fifty years and have proved such valuable forces for promoting industry economy so-Â¬ briety thrift and prosperity that the State encourages tliem by exempliug all their stock and mortgages from ttx ation Though the holdings of these associations exceed 50000000 they are managed by working men at little expense aud are always ppen to pub- Â¬ lic scrutiny Failures have been very rare lcs3thau in any other class of financial association- - The worst of those closed during the panic of 1ST paid ninety three ceuts on the dollar These associations o unique tried so long and so successfully are a model for the working men of the country certainly in large uianufacturing cen- Â¬ ters That T may speak authoritatively I will epitomize certain statements kind- Â¬ ly furnished by an eminent Philadel phian specially conversant with the subject who says The tenement house In the riots of is unknown here 1877 the twenty thousand mem- Â¬ bers of building associations acted as counterpoise to an efficient the lawless throngs that crowded the streets This instinct of of social order was as strong with them as with the wealthier classes and was even more effectual It neu- Â¬ tralized in their own camp the clam- Â¬ ors of a vicious and riotous rabble o that the presence of the mayor and the police was sufficient to quell all disor- Â¬ der without collision These associa tionSJiave been a potent factor in mak ingtiUr people prosperous and moral encouraging sobriety and preventing dissipation The absence of any dan-Â¬ gerous tendencies cau undoubtedly be traced to the general ownership of self-preservation age or ininj r iKui who are wortn overs iiiui There are fifteen Mr ttciltWiNi mV -- Samuel Horner of Pontiae CTowa province or Quebec is seveaty vears old vet be recently met Jcmc bears cad kilted three of thera 1a m manv shoes An editor with nine unmarrwtf daughters was recently made juithr indinai- - bv the miseonstnictiort tern contemporaries putuponhis abbv on The Demand for More Men The Misses Beard four sisters rn a farm iu Clav County Ind aad n it well Thev manage every tfciag and tolerate no other beards npoa th place save those growing or their wheat The widow of Hou Alexander H- Tilton of Tilton N H- - bequeathe five thou and dollars cash and a koe for a rectory to Trinity Episcopal Church in that town She also left quite a large sum In trust the mcowe to be used for the benefit of the poor i j for Ier Tilton Pa died Thusday night at the flgs t one hundred and four years Jderso was a colored barber and clauwt tfr have heard Wilkes Booth planning the assassination of President Lacoln was sharing while he Jefferson Booth A young colored man of Buffalo s making money by giving most remark- Â¬ able musical performances- - He holds Samuel Jefferson of Taiquiu 111 -s bu-ine- -s bu-ine- -s - - -- ha--be- en Â¬ - his mouth open taps his skull with a beer mallet and thus plays tunes m tones not unlike those of the xvloghoae He seems not only to have a wooden head but an empty one also Albert Wamplor of Indian apolis thinks that he has been made whole by the praver cure He claims that he has for five vears buffered with rheuma- Â¬ tism whichbent him double and otherwise deformed him and that in answer to special prayers he laid aside his crutches and stood erect a well man One of the oldest shoemakers in the countrv if not the oldest is Wil- Â¬ liam Congdon at Baltimore colored man ninety years obi who still pep awav He says that fifty years ago fie wasbead steward oil Commodore Van derbilts steamboat Lexington and that he used to make Thnrlow Weeds shoes Harrison H- - Oliver of Bolton- Tex i noted for having one hundred and one bullet wounds on his Dotty homes thought he was boy In Switzerland out of iSo000 house- Â¬ Whenahedeer a and a friendthirty seven fired was holds 4GJ0U0 are householders Here buckshot Into him he was shot all to is one secret of the remarkable patriot Â¬ aud in 1S73 a Bolton ism and prosperity of that people and pieces ju the war dentist took him for an enemy and put of their comparative exemption from duck shot into his back per- Â¬ labor troubles Their excellent pub- Â¬ fiftv one his liver and kidneys Sixty lic schools and twentv nine industrial forating ranging in size from a duck schools all topped up by their grand I bulletsran ounce ball now remaiu in his shot to polytechnic m titutc at Zurich includ body ing the same practical work as that ot An old Saratoga beau says that to this Worcester Industrial Iiiatilulchave be attractive to the male sex a girl wonderfully unified the home owning and home lo ingpeople of these twenty should dress- in the neatest and sweet- Â¬ est light dresses Her hair should be five cantons Though separate In race bathed so as to look air and ileecy like religion and language thev arc one in natural Interest proud of their hi tory a mermaids trees- - No man will ever and prouder still of their recent pro- Â¬ fall in love with a womanwho does gress and manufacturing prosperity not to him look sweet enough to kiss They are an ingenious and industrious A man dont fall in love with a dress people and their mechanics arc educa- Â¬ A sweet muslin drcs will attract him ted aud skillful believingin the dignity a somber three hundred dollar Worth of labor and the thorough mastery of satfn will drive him away Men dont some trade Though hemmed in by marry dresses they marry women Forty years ago Willard Pierce of mountains without a seaport with few minerals aud no coal Avitli costly trans- Â¬ Tyngsboiro Mass a bright young portation alt freight from the seaboard teacher recently gradnated from col- Â¬ coming over foreign territory Switzer- Â¬ lege was jilted by the girl who had land threatens the ribbon trade of Cov promised to marry him The shock entrv rival the English and French unsettled his mind and he wt placed in muslin and delaine and the world in in tiie Tvugsboro almshouse where he WMfoc tiMiii lini n ml rmil ojirf- - remained until the other day when bv ing Age oj Stct f died Up to his last illness he kept in mind his old sweetheart and called for DREADFULLY UNPRINCIPLED Lucy and Ijegged her to return v him It Is saidthat the woman now The atost Surprising Liar Ever Seen by n lives in this city and is prominent in Urnlnlcss Englishman charitable work We were the guests of a well known London club said Mr Depew short- Â¬ A LITTLE NONSENSE ly after we reached London and were The wretch has been arrested who treated to a very nice dinner When at a social party said that a young the speech making began General Por- Â¬ lady playing the pianoforte was like ter led oft and I followed L began an ape because her lingers were mong with an apology saying that General keys Porter had stolen my be t stories and Do yon keep any Too that Mr Doughertys stories were so Hamburg sharp edging asked a timid Miss bad that I would leave all of them for was the pert Not if we can help it him to tell Then I looked around and reply of the clerk He kept some that every Englishman in the room was sR AT Y Ledger tingas solemn and unmoved as a marÂ¬ day I say Jerry why dont yon wUtcr ble tatue It was a dreadfully wet Water em aWhv over a man who was vour horses blanket to throw And why be entertaining but I got they never want water trying to Why be- Â¬ somehow General Porter iTail dont they want water through said that he had arrived in England cause theyre both 6jcf A suggestion of economy Lady by the Lane route and that he had found it ery pleasant to see the trees in dry goods- store I will look at growing along the lane and to hear your material for towels Clerk re- Â¬ the bints -- ingingin the branches That cently transferred from the dress goods too was received by the Englishmen department Yes maam something in profound silence When the affair that wont sbow dirt was over we went after our hats aud My mamma gives me a pennv coats and I heard a man behind a every ofay said a little girl to her Dayvili b queer companion for taking a doseofeas cloak screen say fellahs those Americans dont you tro oil What do you buy with so Stealing stories from each much money know Ob mamma saves it other Did vou ever hear of nch up to buy the oil with Ye- said breach of confidence Mr Schuyler are you a Bertie another but did you hear what that very strong man Schuyler No fellow said about the Lane route Why not so very strong Bertie Bertie that man is the most surprising liar I What did pa mean then when he ever saw Do you know Ive been to told sister at the breakfast table to day America and back by the Lane route that he saw you with a heavr load on myself and I do assure you gentle- Â¬ last night V Judg men that you wont find so much a a shrub growing any where between the asked What are you reading my dear a motherly old Iadv of her two continents Tree- - indeed Really daughter who was swinging in a ham-Â¬ the American- - are a dreadfully unprin- Â¬ mock in the side yard one Sunday Army and Aary cipled set of people afternoon St Elmo mother Jon nut Thats right my dear read alL you want to about the saints but I never The Earthquake of I8II I8I2 want vou to onen a novel on Sunday In the southeastern part of Missouri A Time the country which wa- - once capable inilucuial citizen So yer thin kin of cultivation became after the earth- Â¬ uv locatin hyur air ye Young phy Â¬ sician Well es I had thought some quake of 1S11 12 marshy This di of practicing her Influential citizen trict contain- - on estimate - south from the Look hyur young man thars a good acre- - and extendneighborhood of Cape Girardeau into openin hyur for a doctor as unrer the northern portion of Arkansas a stauds hi hx but we dont want no distance in Mi onri alone of 103 miles practicin doctoriif what we want and we twardly as far as tlw river St Harper s Bazatr What he came back for Father of Francis The land is well located as Young Girl I should think you would regard- - facilities for transport and tiie greatei portion can be and at be sati fied after the treatment you got I kicked you down some not- - very distant period will be here la t night The probable the front steps and set th dog on you reclaimed cost of reclamation is estimated at one aud he came back with a big piece of Now what do you million of dollar- - DcBotrt VnUel your trousers want Youngmau Id like that piece State of cloth please The Salt Lake Tribune says that Stranger at watering resort the following is the oath takenby tho1 What is that enormous building across of the Mormon the way Destroying Ansel Guide Thats a hotel Church In the name of Jesus Christ Stranger And that large handso the bon of God I do covenant and brick strncture Guide Thats tin agree to support the First PresUkiicy club house sir Stranger I see Well m u r r 7 t k ii whats that long odd looking buildix Dav Saints in all things rigJl or j behind the mclosnre Ouufo TI wrong I will faithfully guard n -- m l grand stand at the race cors and report to them the acts ot alt nren Stranger Or yes Its all verv Wt- as iar is in my power lies i m ful but I should think the actkr i in executing all the decrees of the K st would remove that unsightly Utt s Presidency Patriarch or President of frame building adjoining tWe rwfc- - nit n i t ii attvivc iinu un win iii r ji away from the main thorough tirr speak evil of the Presidency or the mars the general effect What heads of the Chnrch to db the dcth Some sort of a hen house Gi of dis enters or apostates etc No sir TbatVa church At II jfcNk -- X ljtlll -- f --l t z v FJ - 5 tKT v1 f- - r - t S TO Wmw th wMwito afcto witS4KteeU h toewa papers since credited to the Post manv Bv90BbICa7 SMMTt en gMd a kt j WxiUwMaa ee eM M itkh the ta - of which published it a few years ago iMr - a3r ataBCSMaea of J ta addtec and strange to tell it also appeared in It Win nitwwyltaM dfcrtlset Prop- - the Free Press in whose columns it had 8C JfcV pORHKSr02DKKTS C inftL I have seen it in one hundred THE FUTURE AMERICAN THE HORSES FEET FARM AND HOUSEHOLD j I Mk T S JlnxisK fice recommends 23 cents 10 n- Wt one of the ierry boats was just going she ABlvRtkeeriow Sri a pours out when the inevitable last man came 1 klckoopklniio csa thunder storm 15k Heatror Sow loud sae roars running on the wharf and jumped on tamt wuck kkeered o the Ugbtnia I the boat As he recovered himself he sicb Ifcrl baiotyoknes shakes looked back at the distance between the J Safeared dent rant abne boat and the O yer 4ad bttred oMutl wharf which was now csrtkqaake great and exclaimed Jiminey what AS JvttkA5 ay logs icons stlddy a jump This mild chestnut had its liea A4 few sk mystays Keeps furab tfeefeniMia 9 in iheiroatiot origin in Xew York where an Irish- Â¬ j wuw Ai8tke vraiue some man made the spring and exclaimed Wit about time the Be jahbers what a iape IJop6rji the ffiHteJold clock The thine shet xj 44 belireBkoots Zotihe kitchen might have happened inltfew York hut Im A siH ts fckootmyselL it js inipossi oie in jeiroiu ueiroit oats - MarBe leave the wharf up stream and the dis- Â¬ takeof yoa keep c tabled BikraHj eActfeqimku is round jr tance between the wharf and the boat W - J JtSfceibfr stockIll bellen does not increase to any great extent w vAfMlk for the open ground As Iiw youd be as nervous till such a jump is impossible Besides fjwl in4igtAbont ay fix the iron gates are closed when the Jast yec wjcye vkle farm slides ficbm inunder bell is rung as indeed thev are in New Aad oay tke jaorage stloks YorkiaswelL But in 2tfew York the ferry boats come in end on as it were 1 1 1 KjgjSofcrskalat a eki to kijl Syou STyoulect drite and leave by striking straight across i vrwriere jHsrcrii jcmor ibetraclCT you up the river A variation of that same W nu a wl u i u iiHiianaaiiinorai ana manaanestoraejicnuv uuur luc owiy auuia iuc vt with his arms full of bread who sprang iHTHQUAKEI irclU ef It wame across the interval between the wharf you It ud ausk you out o yer jrrave and the boat scattering the loaves and J Wttitcomb Bficy in Jncliauapolia JmirnaL- the crowd ami cried Jut caught it didnt 1 Just caught it you fool vhy the boatiscom- said a passenger -- te-jrSt- t German Latin and Slavonic types has that ever give any especial attention been so great in the past that thought- Â¬ to the condition and care of their Iany appear to believe ful men feel some anxiety a3 to the horses feet American of the future The ques- Â¬ that the only attention the feet of a tion is Will the Anglo Saxon hold his horse require is toJare sbodwhenever own or will some other type predom- Â¬ a shoe becomes loosened or lost inate LbOKSnAnr It is tmo to bejria wbea whether it is in one or shc ni6nths your skin breaks out in pimples to use The population of the United States While bad shoeing is undoubtedly Scipjiuit Soap ma be estimated as at present about the most prolific cause of diseases of Grexs Hair tks Boat Hills080 axd Whisker Dru Black or Thai iaataatlT ftona and cares CaaaeNtew Toledo Blade alters iBgsnraatlCH 50000000 Of these about 7500000 the feet due largely to the deplorable Brown er 01 te Luna s teniae bowmb or CMrswaac are colored and 8500000 foreign born condition of our present farrio system If you have a compact soil disin- Â¬ No matter feaK volea or eicxwrtwCfcejprt Evehisa wants to know what ckest- leaving ji0G00Q00 of native whites still there are many other- mattery in tegration is of far more consequence tefing trippfe Xr nuts are Otheripceples jokes Erie tSaltheBiaatte BedrtUte In 1790 the first census put the white the care of the feet that every-- farmer than turning over the furrow Hence dear Other peoples jokes SotturiQle persons in the United States at 3230 can and ought to look after Through in all such soils the furrow should be Journal m i v 000 chiefly of British origin aithough this- carelessness and inattention and somewhat narrower- - than the plow As Inferior Germans and Irish were numerous in I may say ignorance especially on the naturally takes unless the plow is made Remember article Is dear at any price will afford Uwtaat cae thisand buy FrazorAxle Grease Thirty to slxtrdrosH ta water wM certain localities This original native part of the average farrier more horses especially for clay soil hlf In a few minutes cure Cramps Spasms Soarj58w- gmguam and seersucker are population if left to itself would now arc either blemished permanently in- Â¬ or- hw iskx Fink A collector of curiosities wanl3 to got acb tTwa vomitlnc nupttanon AOJsrvy uui3 nu by natural increase have reached an jured or ruined than by any other prone to fade and from being a delight the original brush with which the sifcaSO the times ware painted 7 Ju JTereSL aggregate of twenty millions and this method An occasional systematic in-Â¬ to behold are transformed into dingv tno Howeitaniai iUtraijrzBs - ibTFMtrCejifc per 1 J may be taken as the strength of the spection of the feet and limbs should disagreeable tints This may ba prroBK CcitC Throat lung nefrons dt oldT stock among the present native fifc SIDWY SfhrM Y- Tift Tnnri ni tlirif fhnv niA hriiVur avoided if they are washed in a weak eases Book free Dr Gepport CihcinnatLb w w V l tn fJW white population Since 1790 more j kepi in the4prpper healthy condition solution qt vinegar and water and than thirteen million immigrants hayeV JLhis will enable the- - owner totdiscover rinsed in a like mixture which should As exchange tells about a sailor who was tried for assault He turned out to arrived in the country more than haf any slight injury or disease in the have a decidedly acid taste be onev too HurlingUrrt Fret I1re of them in the last twenty years earlier stages when treatment is com The idea that sheep at pasture will Up to 187G Ireland was most largely paratively simpler and recovery much live and thrive without water to drink Best easiest to use and cheapest Pisor represented among these having sont more certain It will also cultivate a is a serious and costly delusion to Remedy for Catarrh By druggists 50c between 1820 andl870 about 2700000 habit of observation that will be inval- Â¬ mauy farmers By eating when the The evil consequences of smoking are I11 the same time England uable to persons dew is on the grass they can get along illustrated by ML Vesuvius which con eveiy horscrowuer jde m and Wales contributed 530000 and TREATED FREE with little little they It was with deep resret thatl noticed Scotland 85000 Germany sent2270- - allWhether at work or standinginidle require as water but that any other stantly suffers from eruptions absolutely as dirt and manure collecting tha the other wecktbat the candidate have through Specialists for ev Yaars Pact ItB IpotmfcEfforts to Ring Out lor the Vice Presidency late the United 000 Sweden Nonvav and Denmark shoe should be daily removed prefer-Â¬ stock or poor coudition and poor wool life I said amade it a rulethe lunch HaTCtrcst tl Drjr7 sail tts codpllratfOBirltJi ts of busybody at 180000 and France 245000 In the ably at evening StatestarteiLa chestnut on its rounds subsequent decade Germany came to iron instrument with a blunt pointed will tell the story of their deprivation table the other day to the man on his mcsuwonderfutaucceiaiBSffTeKwafcJir remedies ear UreJy harmiCM- - Keizove all sjicpioau of dropiy la the Old Joke If allowed to remain Skim milk and grass alone will left which is still working devastation all the front and the census of 1880 gave never to meddle with another elsUt patient dav Cure pruaounced acpclsss r tU btat ot pbisicisns over tha xtountrv What hurts me is the following as the number of native it dries retains or increases the heat raise good calves if the milk is abun Â¬ mans business5 Thats The 0icare lHveutor of Slaits w From Ms 3r doMnc eyntpliwiraottlly disappear 46ng that I originated the storv myself some born persons from the countries named of the foot ofand tends tb During and dant and not allowed to become sour But right - brittleness the aolei the says the Agriculturist When too sour see you have a was the reply clerk I and in te dtfvf lent nvUirfei otnii jjaptcaia an Ber Wfco Revive Musty Talis reinuvrO vears aro and Jlr1John A Logan didnt ts being men natives or tne United new confidential SomcaiaYcrj- hamba ulUMWkVaruriaa mythiag tdtereeumiei of tltu Chestnut winter there is very little danger from it causes scours which counteracts its j give me due credit for it Hoc not wrjwruajtbfBg o When De- - States tnt It ItensemlKr our trsfttwworyoarsietf la Yes sir yes Hes a WltlcJ tlie Jgnornnt Con- mem of f drying andt contraction but during the good effects Skim milk is rich in al- Â¬ troit boujrht Belle Isle for a park I Germauy case Ive seen him drunk a doz- Â¬ realist thetu ltTBcuHy of fcrcnhlinrft rcCe rciv Uw tea diya 1968742 heat anddroughtsof summer the dan- - buminoids and of lime resmJRr thought 1 would read up something ircitinci ift4tf x ger is greatly nicrcased Horses that giving a strong phosphate and bonythusÂ¬ en times and I wouldnt trust him out pnUe fisSVdarrtlc arlnaryot ata mair dfecSarsw a Is retorfJ nil or their de917598 muscular Britain about parks with a view to newspaper Gret of sight with a nickel Took him 43 t ncirlr pace tho strength ticrsvV and ipce e matin 440ti5 are constantly kept on dry roads or velopment A little flaxseed will im- of charity eh P on that subject I went to the Seiiudinaviau countries Well not alto- Â¬ I Dic cases that bsre beca tarpci a nambcrof time A certain class of our greatest invent-The most astonishing feature of this paved streets or dry stables are quite prove it as it prevents constipation Gtre libranan ot the British Museum and enormous immigration however is liable to suffer gether you know He happens to be sail the patiej declared nanMeiolivcrfrceiaffifeset iull liistorjr cf case Xnraa sex how Ions irom over uryiug Simnomeesdeauned to live m complete asked the man in charge if he would let A can how badlrsvonea anil trice are bowelacaieve hara son r obskmntx ircfer to that estimahle body me have all the books he had on parks that nearly one half of the natural in- Â¬ ple contraction however must not be grapes refreshing drinkquarts be made ol my oldestsilence so Then there was a legs burstcit and dripped vater aer funs etc pas as follows Six of grapes period of painful that both pldet copjaJnlnj testimonials Tsttxi tic trea Ten lay treatment famished fi ce by isaO of wenwho originate our slang Who I as I wanted to select tbosc suitable for crease of the countries from which the confounded with the contraction which stemmed to two quarts of water put wished somebody would yell Fire Apuprai poiiUTtiy ctre eramns taa -- You m said population of the United States is most so frequently results front various dis on the stove until they break open to break it N 1 Ledger 11 you orae trial smrt TO cent in purpose That gentleman was it fwinstauce who first said posuse jr u 01 The former oc- then strain through a jelly bag put the largely drawn annualty comes to eases of the feet 9ovi v collection a lar ij10 bet or GivensaresCor How is lNe hate 230t marietta St Atlanta Ga but the juice over the fire until boiling hot America This is shown by the follow- Â¬ curs only occasionally T were many During the thatforTi1ghtor -- 0 borne ofil-- It is the 7C latter very frequently Oue of the put into bottles and seal up air tight stories anu jokeswar there Lo- - ing figures giving the natural increase 4F weight or the ton about substitutes A ELYS 23 nsi if estranoe tjat these phrases should gan ston 3 tht he wantcd to read up of these countries and the number of inost common causes of contraction When wanted for use add one third party of men Tvho had returned from -- - go like an epidemic over the country on the tariff and he said toSpoiTord the their immigrants to the United States from drying is the prevailing custom water and sugar to taste Put in a litwar were boasting before one who of farriers tq mutilate the hoof by ex- tle ice if yon have it It will keep for the stayed at homo of all they had no one should knovv who iirst Librarian of Congress had I wish you in 1881 f cessive rasping and paring In their years if properly air tight without fer done and undergone For 15 year vox hnmlpts replied Ah ould send down to my residence all calracted the diseases Some slauXatural to United opinion an animal is not properly menting and it is an excellent drink the man who had stayed at home annoyed with ca- Â¬ e the SFiff uf HVe Increase words will undoubtedlv stick and be Statu shod unless a large part of the surface for a sick or well person this is all very hue and patriotic but tarrh tetcre priA in horh the great safeguard against ex u29V 2I3 Jtonkted iS see Germany after all you came back I did not my head discharges ITiOOO T2l4 take that detestable word cessive drying is removed The produde OBNOXIOUS WEEDS wagon load of books drawn bv two Scandinavian countries a come back the bones of my substitute Mo my throat mtd 14191 443018 Great Britain tatted by sjome newspaper man It j horses arrive at his house and the Ireland gress of contraction can very readily 70S9G U5753 are whitening on the sands of tho unpleasant brtallu be seen by observing the heels and Tho Moat Ferslstent unit Troublesome En James river ieems to be a fixture and has quite super driver handed him a note from SpofTord r Y Times Jy terns of smell ciiiy of the Agriculturist 503624 Total lOfJE HJded the other slang Avord masher11 j frog As coniractiongoeson the heels was umch hnpiin d saying he would send down another In the mountains of Wales and the Aatpreviou sly stood for the same thing ioaa in tne atternoon ucirou 1ree It will be seen that while the Scan- Â¬ approach eacli other turn in and Tho uuuu nf o nartirt trrmnor Thai overcome these v u Flus dinavian countries are sending almost the frog becomes dry hard and dimin- - north of England there is a kind ol man having been declined by a young j lae of the latest slang terms is the word Press B The dictionary tells us cbcstnat the whole of their annual increase to ished in size An excellent method is true thistle classed as such by techni- lady he paid court to her sister tlow Ccse SUknisJteel fcfbat chestnut comes from ivastana a America Ireland sends twice Judg- Â¬ to keep accurate measurements of the cal botanists for the saw wort is arti much vou resemble vour sister said JBroadKayj JV 11 rf X SCIENTIFIC ATHLETICS jjlty of JP6ntus uidits meaning is giveif - yvT ing from the present rate of immigra- Â¬ feet taken when they are in good confirst noil i AtMirticleigaTTOlIedintoeachnostrflaml Is fcerccabw aranmi ftf to a distinct genus to use Priec 3uctaby mail rata ussSts b naior as the root of a tree of the genus cas Physical Culture as Encouraged by Welt tion it is estimated that the census of dition These can be used as a ready ficially relegated Owgo T You have the same hair and the same circular ELY BROTHERS Drug which is destitute of prickles on the Directed Gymnasia 1900 will show the following numbers tmeans of comparison and will indicate laneu second meaning the tree itself And forehead and the same eyes That Americans arc taking to scien- Â¬ of natives of the countries mentioned the degree of contraction at any time leaves though it somestimes shows the the same noes she added quickly He r its timber third meaning a reddish cape A Remarkable Â¬ Wetting the feet frequently especial- Â¬ first faint beginnings of a prickly ten Â¬ has- stopped calling at that house Urown olor To this future diction tific athletics is the establishment of to be citizens of the United States Jobs Kuhn of Lsfayqtte ImU teula rer- narrow ly when heated while answering a dency around the sealy flower cup and Christian at Work aries will probably add as a fourth gvmnasia in colleges and throughout Germany escape frooa death Tbislahbowa story One W APW ire land yearajolwas In the last stages of ewesamptioa very good purpose in many eases is a in the bristly teeth of its crinkled meaning An old joke this country generally affords some of ray case Bp-- I finally cot Aivf vRjV Better to allow leaves From this early stage in the A less elegant and probably more our English cousins an opportunity to Great Britain More than two per cent of all tha Our best physicians gaTaid I could net lire twenty Bcnndinavin 1600000 questionable practice to low that our doctor forcible expression which serves the Besides there will be over twice as the horse to stand for several hours evolution of thistlcdom we can traceÂ¬ privates in the Russian army were pun- Â¬ foar hours My friend then purchased a bottlp o daily in a puddle of clay or water bath the gradual steps in the defensive pro- ished bv court martial last year Diu Wji HAi ts Balsaji roa ths LxrsrF which amc purpose as chestnut is rats1 say a great deal more than is warranted many persons of the second generation cess through thistles that grow with Among the offenses were fiv thousand beneflted dc I ontirtned tintU I ant now ia per U bat connection a rat has witu an old about eliminating deliirht and pleasure children of the above and four or five just deep enough to cover the hoofs fect health havinxnvMl no other rrcdlcinei I itory is not apparent but certainly when from the system of exercise The fact times as many who may be regarded Turning the horse on a wet pasture for prickly leaves and those in which the robberies amxu gets off an ancient saving and j that some of our medical writers have as belonging to tho races which they several days pasturing at night or prickly margins begin to run a little ASK FOE THE f one of his hearers wnt4mipbaoiisly re- - alvoealed g training of the gvmna respectively represent The persons even for a few hours in the morning down the stem to those which have --rats the inference is that the s mm in preference to the rougher and of German birth or origin will then be where there are ficavy dews all aro clad themselves from top to toe in a narks It must not be forgotten Eerfecfc mail of sharp spines so that it ttOrrAff oucn UOne UIiy Oeiore Ill cmti nro hnitnl fiolrl inn sr as numerous as the inhabitants of Prus beneficial Best matertal perfect fit equals any 55 orf shoe every pair wnrr nted TnJtn none nnliS3 stamped quite impossible to grasp ihe highest circles it is understood that popular in England gives rise to criti- - sia were prior to the war with Austria that after such soaking or moistening benefit the hoofs are for a time even more them anywhere with the hand and Can tell yon theyou are you win derive from Hooda imuon ani iacc SShoc Warranted Congre on such occasions it is better form to lm tf n nlflii thif hiit thommil frnm in I860 and far more wealthy ioy k a good medicine in -to drying influences than they can only be eradicated by the hoe Sarsaparilla If impuritiesneed of tho blood roraa rats -use chestnut rather than from The question thus arises What will susceptible It will strain all the free-air and sunshine and subjects si Shoe same styles 3 yy S200 UU cases haveheen known where lhe j lim to Invigorate torpid jnioor system in which there be the character or race of the future before so that to counteract this ten- Â¬ or plough It is a significant fact that the impart llvor Hfo every tho dljjcsUre organs Uietaiwsnoe h job canaoi 7 to function of the body useofthe word -- chestdut has been re lis Iujther excitement nor healthful citizen of the United States If immi Â¬ dency a suitable hoof ointment should the most persistent and troublesome of and only askncr to try a single bottlo to pnwe tha ECfctUCTC iSJ3 vtpostal CfJ erssendaddresqn Stl yon x v IVinftTa f be repeatedly applied after the soak- Â¬ all these highly developed kinds the We garded as cause for a challenge this proijt Objections of this oit are made gration were always to be of the same v rlU MJ c positive merits of Hoods SareaparUIa as an honest j5rocHnM3- - wubj lO- - xr Â¬ y X iV Being the case the great American in m ignorance of the American gymna composition as that of the past there ing These hoof ointments can very creeping thistle now universally dif-Â¬ and reliable tsedlcino b frequently be employed to advantage fused by man over the globe is a speMy daughter received much benefltfromthense S3 rentor has turned his attention to would be little ground for apprehen Â¬ of Hoods Sarsaparilla as an excellent tonic after e matter and has invented the now well- The excitement8 of outdoor sports is sion But other countries are begin Â¬ to prevent excessive drying not only cial weed of cultivation far most fre protracted ntiaclcof bronchial pneumonia F H Known chestnut hell Ths is a little duc lo tue 0f emulation that in ning to send large numbers of people after soaking but whenever the hoot is quently found in tilled fields aud Adams New Hartford Conn 1 cn not find words strong enough to express attached to the vest and when an S1ircs the contestanbs a spirit that mav annually and the stream from each drying from other causes and especial- Â¬ seldom disputing with the simpler goug old rtorv lsiold the silver tone of the j bc as stron lv operativ in thc gvmn- - will swell very rapidly Austria Hun Â¬ ly after the hoof has beeu unduly forms tho open moors mountains or my feeling In favor of noods Sariaparlla It has done every thing for me curing me of dyspepiia by the not gong takes the place 01 tne worus sunn as on Hie common lhe vane gary and Italy have already contrib rasped ointmentfarrierthis An excellent pastures Itofdoes kind trust entirely with which I had suffered many years Mas S H is a like others nuruose for to its floating Beede Marblehcad Mass its The object of ties of competitive exercise to be fonnd uted largely to the population and simnlfi chestuutVl or Tat I have used Hoods Sarsaparilla for a blood Ibis will be plain to the most careless in gymnasia may be productive of the immigration from these sources has mixture of equal parts of the best pine seeds blown about everywhere as they THE NEW DEPASTURE DRUK1S ana my BremtItn patent coaoie acting rous inc observer If the man wiiotell the story liveliest excitement of blcod anil spirits only fairly begun Russia has scarcely tar and vaseline to be applied daily as are by thoir light tag of thistle down purifier Inhighlyfamily several year and can -not rowing Knc reuz i of It J K Collins Plnua long as required A horse should not out it creeps lnsunousiy nnaerjrrouna speni too is higger and heavier than lhe man who without giving rise to the violence that made a beginning as yet but if it once Lftivr salx raattnl atsl tuuvlsomc Hnb 5mrL dum Cswl In tfce best Bands asd rings the gong the latter can at once not infrequently demoralizes the pu does there can bc no doubt that the be allowed to stand on or near heatinjr for many ards together sending up I ncqaalcd or Orchestras manure in urine or on any decompos- Â¬ from time to time its annual stems and mmm ulaim that the wicked instrument ticipanb in i h nnA itmtfffl till nlxlcr m pastimo and current will soon become a mighty one ynlsh and appearance If went off by itself or was rung by inad has any thing but healthful or helpful In the Southern States too which have ing matter It injures the quality of defying all the attempts of the agricul- Â¬ Sold by all druggists fl six for to Made onlx by nearest Mtwtc dealer does the hoof rendering it dry and brittle tural interest to exterminate it bodily C I HOOD Jc CO Apothecaries LoweU Mass be r vertence and thus hostilities may influence upon temperament and char- Â¬ not attracted many immigrants the not keep then write ton In recent bruises pricks strains or by violent measures This is the com- Â¬ i avoided The person can as Mr Ten- - acter The sanitarv intelligence shown colored population for Illustrated catalogue increasing IOO Doses One Dollar HEAtY Chicago HI LYON nvson remarks ring oufthe old joke m the construction of gvmnasia secures more rapidly than the white It is no other injuries to the feet where inflam- Â¬ mon and familiar pale purplish thistle un all the advantages of out door employ wonder that the American is be Â¬ mation is liable to result cold water is of our English corn fields and there ana vet not rmg m a jh quiiiici DR JOHN BULLS himself ment the air being pure fresh and ginning to be in doubt as to his iden one of the best applications to keep can be little doubt that it has developed SA Loosely underground Probablv thousands oHhose- chestnut freelv admitted to the spacious rooms tity and feels no little concern as to down a the inflammation or sacking its curious constant human habits by old blanket warfare stress of w hells have btn sold in America but the so that there is never a fetid or unwhole- Â¬ what will be ids race characteristics in fasten piece of igs PAYSthe FREIGHT 3 Toa Wanea Scales demand is already on the wane The some atmosphere Toronto AfaiL about the injured foot and keep it sat- Â¬ especially with the plow share Thus half a eenturvs time Jrcn Lcrcrt Strtl Iteuim Etua urated with cold water until the in- Â¬ the very efforts we make t fighting Tare Beta aol Rran ftit for discipline ol muscles bells were first sold for twenty five The scientific FOR THE CURE OF flammation is reduced In very severe nature defeat themselves if we per-Â¬ PEANUT TALK cents then for twenty and I see them j an development of physique is confes- Brerr ri incite For r pries lis - i gediy superior to the benefit of chance cases or in those not promptly attend- Â¬ sistently hoe down the stems and now offered at fifteen cents which mdizau tiOF paper and vtma A lorner Vendors Chat About UN Waiw JBNS ei3 fSHT8S ed to a warm poultice may be sooth- Â¬ weeds of au obnoxious weed the weed cates a blackening of the demand- - The j p0rt in every conceivable way and the BINGHAJHTOK N T and His Custorrs retaliates bv sending out hidden sub ing o craze for chestnut bells will be very tv vmnasmm instead of beinga place of Or CHILLS and FEVER Tbere is a big difference in pea Â¬ Itest is an all important part of the terranean suckers and the last stato of ephemeral aiia is jikcj iu tue uui nun hard work anu dispiriting muuences is Pises Remedy for Otarrh fa tbe Some treatment If this is neglected and the agriculturist is worse than the first AND ALL MALARIAL DISEASES B3t Easiest to Use and CbeapesC lhe month unless some other novelty is stimulating and entertaining to mind nuts said a corner vender Longman s Magazine Mtinrhp3 to it I would suggest that and body under the course of practice nuts are largo and look very fine but the animals kept at work or if it is not The proprietor of this celebrated mefllctet promptly and properly treated struct- Â¬ so prescribed Moreover the gymnasium they are tasteless Xo matter how justly claims for il a superiority over all rem Â¬ Jheyrigupan electric attachment FARMING A BUSINESS edies ever offe ed to tha public for tha SATS that the person can ring his bell while is not designed or intended to supercede carefully they are prepared and how ural changes may soon occur which will render the case very difficult to Correct Commercial Principles Indispens CERTAIN SPEEDY and EEBMAlfEKT euro Aa rood riT Cold in tbe-- Head This that of out door athletics but to sup hands are in his pocket hi HeacTacne Hajr Fever tc 30 eveta nicely they are roasted they are still cure or perhaps altogether incuraole and Fever or Chills and Fever wheth of Ague able to Agricultural Success would give a sort of automatic tench to j pjenientand dignify them The two go lacking in all the essentials of a good er of short or longstanding Herefera to the No Rope to Cat Off Horses Mattes o ther in most of our colleges and nut They are grown on soil that is Too much importance can not be given and it would be a very great a business education the froneI dont need entire Western aud Southern country to bear early proper care of all injuries to the protection against old stories It would tue gymnasia privately conducted in our deficient in some important respect for I never expect to bc anything but a friTii testimony to the truth of the assertion CeTeDrati a DKIOLE Combined wurMi jaixand diseases of the feet Rest with- Â¬ inaTie the arrangement a little more ex- - iirger cities are often substitutes for the cure if IKantl norse A good roaster like a good cook or out treatment is usually better than farmer This is a common expres- Â¬ that in no case whatever will it fail to carried j can not be Hppcdbyanj ine Sasa- neuii criomrmrjoi pensive hut the expense would be more Yer- - sports their patrons are precluded good poet must be born with certain the directions are strictly followed and i free on receipt of St SoMtraI treatment without rest but to secure sion and most unfortunate because it out In a ereat many cases a do3 haa jr TTrfitfit Ani ITnrna j om enjoying tban compen6aieu ivi uv iaima qualifications that can not be acquired the best results the two must be com- is a false view both of a business edu- Â¬ been sufficient for a cure and single families cttltf j Mcciai uisccnni to inr jTtv fiVVil whole Dealer Athletics are at a higher excellence by education usefulness per Trade I3Send for Prirerist bined cation aud the requirements of correct have been cured by a single bottle with aIt is jC- - LiGnTuoesRochcteryY Newspapers are always on their and are more largely in favor in America Some dealers roast their nuts too health In the If auy business on earth de- however prudent tho general f uard against chestnuts yet old stories now than they ever were before and the much others too little If they are the animalcase of strains and sprains farming method system and the appli Â¬ feet rcatoraton ofand ia every case more cer-Â¬ should be allowed to rest mands columns with gymnasium scientifically directed manage to creep into the roasted too much the oil is destroyed tain to cure if its use is continued in smaller rPYatious freauencv- - If any bright in ii doing more for the encouragement of and a nut has a good deal of oil in it for several days or in severe cases for cation of correct business principles doses for a week or two aftor the disease has comweeks VOVUJEKFKXJBlGUr thlsState to H that business is farming Of course been checked more especially in difficult and BIO SEtLTO BTO rnOFTTS BIG BCSrXESS FCT ventor could manufacture a sort of blue hvsiftal culture than all the out door If they are not roasted enough or if severalrecovery after an apparent otherwise a return of we do not mean by this that every loag 8tandin cases Usually this medicine particular cJrenarRndn BootaiSdress plete that would turn red when anies with their stimulating associa litmus paper they are roasted over a slow lire the the lameness in ryvrv sTLecisai aggravated brought in contact with an old story tions and delightful enticements If oil is not properly brought out and quently results anIn all cases ofform fre- Â¬ farmer should keep a complicated set will not require any aid to keep the bowels in tuto ir wounds of books and have an office equipped good order Should the patient however reÂ¬ that man would make his fortune - 0Jr English cousins are disposed to they are not good in fact they have a that arc discharging a free opening FRENCH DECORATIVE ART DE35SX3 with all the modern conveniences but quire a cathartic medicine after having taken Xeir methtKt ot dei onatax Sillc San Yascv When a person thinks of the one mil- blame us for following the German ex disagreeable taste should be made for the discharge of the three or four doses of the Tonic as ngle dose delected from lion stories that go into the make up of j atnpc et them look to the results and Some dealers steam them but that pus the cavity should be thoroughly we do claim that so far as it goes his of KENTS VEGETABLE FAMILY FILLS will rtanuca Lain Tehads etc Caa sot bc for price Ut hand palming Eaaliy anpllitL Send business should be as much regulated be sufficient TJ3E no otaer pilL HOFKal VX SKOS- and fnUdlre Jotr the daily and weekly papers during the j p0nder tire question if American are oroccss spoils the good flavor of a nut swabbed out with some astringent anti- by correct system as that of a large 185 Mltx Street Cliiclaaaxl Otilo vftsir- - the wonder is not that the chest- - n0f i9kinr a verv decisive lead in the Aiost of the nuts now sold come from septic wash Price SLOO per Bottle Six Bottles forSS as sulphate of copper commercial house of the editor but uiatter of athletics just now Viirayo A farmer is both nntP escape the notice - frnff irgmia ihe hastem shore nuts are or zinc carbolic acid etc tollr one a manufacturer and a merchant and s rMSJIYl rifI51 S Shorfat polbie mr lnf n f Vif jnicr vccuii best Patrons of the peanut often tnaL itift jiui the utalllhie rrmedr NotapartJclC tlmcXew denjal dram in a pint of water and dressed the good results of the manufacturer m that Par when cured Handsome nal or wlf TONIC SYRUP iiaper There is a class of paperschest j SMITHS complain that they find the kernels of with tar Perfect cleanliness should book free DR - J TVEATHEitBT Kansas Cltr31u be called the be destroyed by the bad methods can arc in what might xhc editor of The Public ScJiool the nut soft and flexible instead of be BULLS SARSAPARILLA wounds should be To secure good nut trade They search over the files Spcfling Card in England is muchdis incr brittle that is because they have be observed all and the foot band- Â¬ of the merchant BULLS WORM DESTROYER ULvlCSiOcommlsslonstOesertcr relies carefully cleaned crops is one thing to get them con of old papers Jinda good storv re- - tressei over tie peculiaritv of English been too long roasted ed pFBtina and uirreaae esptnce2yearJi Popular Remedies of the Day when necessary to retain the verted into the greatest amount ot aged The iucceis ornrt ter Vrtte for eircalaraandlajrj 1Iin which often allows a double write it re localize it and republish it If you want to get a nut at its best AVWMCCOKMICSOJT CiBClaulOkl8 does not knnvr you honld eat it half au hour after it dressing and keep out the dirt Dur- Â¬ cash is another There are more fail- Â¬ Principal Office 31 gala St LOUIST1LLE KT four or fire years ago when I f Some or ono word He or has been roasted They are good for ing the enforced rest the animal should ures produced by bad mangement than TO HVt HCLTH THE tlvra MUST g IM OHOCJ debateable was in he London ofhee of theree nreferable A be kept on a restrictive laxative diet jntm a or licence license debatablePress a bright fellow the day and then become stale Some when again put to work it should be poor crops A poor crop this year may In ter Jocallrv fwtarr V of enerirr for bT very good It was de- be remedied by the results of next or connection that I thoujrht was Refereni- - E J Joiina2tn3ierttBarvUj SST connexion people like them hot but they are bad villainous M for the teeth besides they have not gradual until there is no danger of a year but bad methods entail con- Â¬ hl effect A stammering JTian said i snatch or -- dispatch in Jon i V rSllnnnns nnd he is Duzzled be- - yet acquired their proper taste Peo- Â¬ recurrence of the injury Dr E L tinuous failures Business education to a wa on the street Kilbom in Rural New Yorker I can g get inculcates system order and method me th moiflrn sTveUmtr irives iudsr- - ple who are to be dvspeptic 01 SK The Ag told him meir and bridgmentf and the e 15 should not eatinclined it would be bet-Â¬ and does away with the guess work Fomtj 400many AY Sample mh81 TO SJ A The San Diego Water Company hap hazard plan which is valuable and and cn- - ter if they didnt eat them at all Write FREE LeaniuadertUeaorsefect where a hardware store was located j retaIned in management BSCTSTSB S tfSTT EXI5 BOL2SteHltaiefe and then taking tishort fcut got to the j Amcnt Properly roasted peanuts are healthy in making an excavation at the mouth instructive only in affording the study 1 town near the We want more trr first and saiu TO tne projjriuioii for healthy people An ordinary pea- Â¬ of a canyon feet below old surface came of awful examples any t tin upon business farming and we shall get it about eight the you OPIUM teaodajrs AvsartlBMrcd 2rtTSCekeaJLeMutMfc The large retail store in New York nut eater eats one a minute which is two crumbling barrels When these Yes answered the pro- only by educating for it Scotland change their window exhibits at least too fast VTlBBaBsr and5VavefeatC OBap Mersell a good many to ladies were removed water gushed out so has been described a splendid coun- Â¬ Yes a few Complaint asd tUa caed Reliable srhere wR HAIR B Strehl aleanirtartcelSKTe Yes answered the twice a week andbut oneoftenr window but they Idont eat them on the street freely that a pump with a capacity ol try to emigrate from and the averago Js aaderanietlRemedy lor Liter of the Lrrer ax Drs or torpid condition by sharp p points show Constipation BiuocsneM jancaice neaaacne down on chants who have proprietor to it to see like men do In fact a really refined three thousand gallons a minute was farmer boy regards farming as excel- Â¬ Tpa MalarraRhfnawtisro etc It reenlat ttvbowretpnn should devote sufficient time ana x w wm cau lent work to avoid If he has brains fiithehnl trenrthm therrtm ai dlrf rton i that it is redressed every two or three eat them as he walks unable to exhaust the supply person doesnt AN I2TVAIXTABIS FAaniT SIEDICnfE iiprAtiTon the war bolted A lew nun and energy he thinks they will lx Thouaandsof testimonials prove its merit davs The change ot exhibit will ai along the street Newsboys and boot- Â¬ oiauies anx bbcuoisx ffmnuion itb repctatiom ntcs after the innocent searcher for tin wavbe of interest to passers by and blacks and roughs do that Philadel- Â¬ To make pepper auee chop two wasted on a farm lie is mistaken ol HfliJCSTUDY Arithmetic ft thoronsblT talg tucks came into the store and said oive them something new to talk about phia Times dozen of green peppers and take twice course but bad methods have given banl free BUSINESS COil and finely cut cabbage and him this impression which time study the amount of DnfxGood Chronicle m One of the great millionaires testi- Â¬ one grated horse radish root Boil two and experience may eradicate Farm- Â¬ was verj much surprised when lhe pro- - J raTT here aanm g -- 0 I LlmtlMC n siBto ers are themselves to blame for the low fies that human happiness ends after quartgof vinegar one half cup of salt prietor threw a hammer at mm xnis furnished Write VAixxnsxBoJaneTllleWa An cld ladv who claims 10 bc a reV a man has accumulated beyond his two tablespoons of sugar ono of esteem in which their business is held in the American story was published Eettled 1102 Thats the reason we mustard seed and one of cloves and and their eyes should be opened to this THE GBEAT ENGIJSH BE2EEDT ANK E and English editions and went the ative of Washington Irving has agamsf first million States XTBEKS 1 1ZASK amris of the nress 01 both countries the claims of the United are slacking up oh our bank account while hot pour over the peppers and fact They need more truth and less For Llrer Bile Indigestion etc Frefrom JUreury WirEV WKITIXC T Minister to e A4verlitBrt i tate that Ja AgKBtr Western PloivmaitaflV oontlna only Pnre Vegetable Ingredient cabbageThe other dav the Boston Post found it j that gentleman as three cents Spain Burlington Fret Press CIIAS X CRITXXNTOX XEW TeKK mewkere and started it out as oris which amounted to THE EARTHQUAKE Jl AlMfe idc Tier Ti Irfa Iraap v back aBd take tho rain -- y What Will Be Ills Bace Characteristics la Great Care EsBential toKeeplug Them In a Good and Healthy Condition Haifa Centurys Time The immensity of the stream of im Â¬ The foot is one of tho most important migration annually flowing into the and complicated members of the horse originated 1 see a chestnut going the rounds United States has given rise to much economy moreover it is a member credited to the Chicago Herald which speculation as men who more liable to injury and disease than paper claimed that John T Sullivan will constitute to the type of the future citizens of any other nart of the animal And the Detroit actor told the storv locatÂ¬ that country The influx of the Celtic yet how many of theraders are there ing it at Detroit The story was that - their presence To preserve flowers in water mix a little saltpetre or carbonate of soda with water and it will preserve flowers for two weeks Hash to be good and it can be good must not stew and simmer and simmer and stew but be heated through as quickly as possible and sent to the table at once N Y Observer Cream Pie For two pies line a pie plate with good pie paste take white of three oggs four tablcspoonfuls flour sis tablespoonfuls sugar one quart sweet thicK cream and flavor it to suit taste Bake with one crust is injured hy Bees differ from tho whole insect nrorld JKo tree shrub plant or flower Bad Sargon Generali Sr of-Â¬ Cough Car fe Dr R Butler 2L A Cambridge ITmlr versity England ssys St Jacobs Oil act J like magie ars that he haBacotJnetoletcontaining eigkt rooms and an acre of land liuctjs C3St Ts Ax advertiser in one of the papers Irononrtt StrfflMOKf Buckinghams Dje for the TThtskers pro- Wri 1101 in one application a permaaemi Neuralcia color We have usod Ayers Ague Cure and ham Asthma found it invaluable in malarial troubles Frostbita ChUMakw money A wnir makes the horse go aay kaewa iwnty ltWB tb talekw tan makes the mare go and a green mask CDU13 iae otuj-melon pickled makes the mango Headch Totivacrrt Catarrh imr -- Sr PAIN REMEDY Iadways mm belief tmlrf - - I - - Z - -- rw riw fyn CiJKVJ aiu -- -- W i 4 TfiEHESTAWELL1 nso PSY tojH-ent- Â¬ 1 ISl rigbjr-per-fect- ly - hard-looki- ng tlfa-wiinn- - 11 Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ - J I - lhl lJli -- -- -- nnn ATARI H j Â¬ adYt Â¬ I - Â¬ I HHy2 Si aayton I Â¬ Â¬ I I orrt-r-oc- -- -- Â¬ gSlS mt00M tlAVirPVPO - Â¬ 1 Â¬ v- 41 Vi - I Â¬ No Words of Ours W L DOUGLAS -W- i-Dooglas a 1 - T 1 - r- 4 V theun -- -- O- -- out-of-do- or Hoods Sarsaparilla jjffTg t 1 i - Smiths Tonic Syrup v ONES -- j FEVER and AGUE S60 I -- Â¬ - 1 jniav i- - Â¬ Â¬ 1 AGOOOLlVEililPi sbos Â¬ I - -- wuuuv 1 Sv0v 1 j j I DR JOHN BULLS 0 C- j - 1 KoSL WANTED WOiAN C-c-c- an uii ri g-g-- 1 rr-irtnr H-h-hs- ve sh-sh-sh- -4 Â¬ -t-then sit lh-th-tn- em -- a-a-- suu Mini PILLS jga-- 5 Uook-kec-piD- fr COCKLES ANTI BILIOTJS -- ipt rr nuv rr SP rrV If 4- ft i - - tT frOss f-r- 1 A -- X JiAii- - liwmi wi iirjnrtijM UWiiwJ irirT rrV n JJ wnawy Ejg Wtr mS rir- - VSt -s fc -- V - iT- - ij JI fcku f 5 f -- jpiJ0 wwiwT ti - w - -- - - PRICES TO SUIT THE POOREST OF OUR PEOPLE -- 4 THE OLD RELIABLE FIRM J- OF FROZEN CREEK KY LiTiT 5 -- lJtj time S6J paycash buyers andthe countyshortbuy customers c which will be sold low down to everybody in to us Citizens fore heard of in Breathitt and it will flRWS f c Save justpurcliased and are now receiving the Finest Lot of Stylish and Seasonable Goods of all kinds such as ern fT0a QlH OTJQih ttnita b51 ELaafli t fMTO9l3fc R5ii9afiMit 4tfi1li3e33lQ M WHSaBffl8S tgB9S WW WBWBB R WlWSW8Sl Sft J prompt at x tTiMfV SSDBS6W 313Q II OiraLfll l IAJ -- PT-3 0WfU5j D K J Wg 9 v 1- - A rum tjsk xq get our very lowest prices ana we win positively astomsn you in low prices on every ciass oi gooas oe sure to say you saw tnis advertisement from Daniel last 3ear on The Celebrated 6 uriles from Mt Sterliutr and Hazel Geeen Heratji rented laud In the settlement sometime The Bucklens inArnica Salve Cutsl FOR SALE The farm upon which I the world for Best Salve the shares fMMi a - of No such bargains were ever beof Jackson especially invited u 14 H Ahrxys la JUce ENOER COOPER 3rroxt mi DemocraticTTJclcet HON VM PRESTON TAULBEE Of Xagofta Cosnty o TorCegres Teetk Distriit For Board of Equalization JuYBED COKBS of Jtfeaifee Cwmty Republican Ticket For CoBgrcss Tenth District CAPT WAf L HURST Of Wolfe County rv ago of the rent and division of the pro ceeds the parties disagreed and the mat Â¬ ter was referred to arbitrators for adjust Â¬ ment On Friday morning Watts and son came to Daniels house armed with shot guns and demanded payment of money adjudged them by the arbitrators Cliff Daniel son of Yivion Daniel paid the money and told them to leave the place A fierce quarrel ensued during which the elder Watts discharged his gun at young Daniel missing him Young Daniel sprang into the house and came -- Bruises Sores ulcers Salt Rheum I ever Sores Tetter Chapped Hands Chilblains Corns andall bkm bruptions ana posi Â¬ tively cures Piles or no pay required It is guaranteed to gjvo satisfaction or money refunded Price 25 cents per box For sale by all druggists Y -- r -- 3-f T ii UV7 - elder Watts missing his aim whereupon the n younger Watts fired at Daniel and the HAZEL GREEN KY contents of the gun missing him struck OCT 27 1886 5frs Daniel who was in range of the WEDNESDAY c shot full in the breast and side Watts The candidates for Congress In this and his son were arrested Saturday and district Hon W T Tatilbee and Hon placed in jail at Mt Sterling Clark WL Hurst addressed the people at County Democrat Cwnptonlast Friday It was not our Saved His Life jjaeure to be present Jjut from what Mr D I Wilcoxson of Horse Cave ve learn Mr Hurst tvjis literallycnaw- - Ky says he was for many years badly nj I8 opponent Hon D S afflicted with Phthisic also Diabetes GUey jnforaw H tUat AuiXauibce ihe palns were almost unendurable and J- one of nncst Fncechei no evcr would sometimes almost throw him into convulsions He tried Electric Bitters -tifB itt rrr that 3Ir Hurst is not and got relief from first bottle and after stall ported in national afikirs Jim taking six bottles was entirely cured Jjey4 aa attache of this office aaya Taul and had gained in flesh eighteen pounds ee Kiade the master speech I ever heard Says ho positivelj believes he would have it not He also died had Electric been for the relief afJail from the lips of raan forded by Bitters Sold at fifty imajt 1 lwar3 Republicans say they cents a bottle by all druggists w9b11 vote fotTaulbee Next Tuesdav I The Speaking ie tko day and our readers can rote as Hon W P Taulbee and Capt W L intend to vote for ilhey yloate bat Ke lbee Relieving Mm to be the best Hurst spoke to a large crowd at the afternoon Court House jaajud entitled to re election byproc Pres opened yesterdayby a speech of Our one the ball pdmU hour which was a scathing denunciation rfS of the Radical policy Taulbee is a Tke tangle of the Democracy In the smooth agreeable lalker and showed that Third district has been adjusted as the he was well versed in all matters pertainHis 3ommitteeen of the district held a ing to State and National aflairs generspeech abounded in statistical and meetisg in connection with the State al information and was delivered In his Central Committee at Frankfort last usual happy and eloquent style The week and passed a resolution calling on frequent bursts of applause testified to both Rhea and Halscll to withdraw and the hold he has upon the hearts and minds people The account of his stew the district committee to meet at Rus of our was eminently satisfactory to his ardship V pelrille on the 27th and select a new constituents and there is not the slightest candidate to oppose the Republican can disposition to change Capt Hurst is no match for his oppo- Â¬ didate To this both Rhea and Halsell nent in debate He is evidently not post- Â¬ acquicsed Heres to Judge George Ed Â¬ ed in some of the most important requi- Â¬ wards of Logan may he be the choice sites of a Congressman He advocates None better could be made the idea of making the silver dollar a le-Â¬ gal tender at its bullion value thus makÂ¬ charity of 4 For sick headache female troubles frs Ransom of Lexington Ky will ing the measure of all values subject to the fluctuations the bullion market sail for England about November 1st and laying liable to manipulations of neuralgic pains in the head take Dr J it Little Liver and Kidney to receive her share of the Shreeve estate foreign powers His idea of colonizing H McLeanscent-- vial Sold by a Pillcts 25 G B There is now in the bank of England the negroes in Northern Mexico is on a Swango Hazel Green and J N Vaughn waiting the order of 24 heirs of which par with many of his ideas on other sub- Campton Ho claims the credit of the for-Â¬ rs Hamson is one the sura of one hun- Â¬ jects of the unearned land grants for feiture dred million five hundred thousand dol- his party but fails to say why the Repub- Â¬ OB NUNNELLY WITH Mrs Ransoms share of this vast lican Senate cut down the amount from lars eighty millions to fifty millions He ut- Â¬ warn of money is 4145883 With her the record terly failed to pick a CO already large estate this will make her Taulbee and devoted flaw in of the time of most to the wealthiest woman in Kentucky and the consideration of State finances WHOLESALE SADDLERY probably the fourth wealthiestjwoman in Even in this case Democratic economy is apparent Since 1866 the total increase brth America L Manufacturers of of taxation less the increase for school J It runlip J limlii Â¬ purposes shows an actual decrease cf taxSaddles Harness c A letter was shown us by a gentleman ation for State purposes This too in W it JSarirjt p this town from a party living in the face ot the fact that property was 728 and 7I0 and dealers in Texas in which be stated that Hon Jo- Â¬ assessed at a much higher rate then than Saddlery Hardware seph Sayerg said in a speech in the city now To sum up the case Taulbee has made pf Georgetown Texas that W P Taul an excellent representative is entitled by LOUISVILLE KY bee of Kentucky Tvas one of the Bnxart precedent to re election isa fineconvinc pep men in Congress mg speaker an excellent mixer and has a majority of 2300 to stand on Hurst jbas no record as a legislator is by no A bloody affray occurred at Somerset means the equal of Friday morning between special Railifl and must overcomeTaulbee on the stump boon ever bestowed upon man Is perfect a majority of 2300 Henry Bogle and TJ S Commissioner F It is safe to predict that Taulbees ma- health and the true wny to Injure health JJT Logan They had some trouble a jority will be nearer 4000 than 2500 in Is to purify your blood with Ajers Sarn Arlingparills Mrs Eliza A Clough ahort time ago over a moonshiner named November Clark Countv Democrat Every Mass writes ton st Lowell Baker an account of which was publish- Â¬ in Texas family Including Excitement Rpriug my ed at J e time and ever since they have Great excitement has been caused in winter and several bottles of Ayers Sar myself uso jftotbeea on good terms Friday morning the vicinity of Paris Tex by the re- Â¬ saparllla Experleuce has convinced mo Bogle visited Logans office for the pur Â¬ markable recovery of Mr J E Corley that as a powerful pose of looking over some affidavits and who was so helpless he could not turn in bed or raise his head everybody said tie trouble was renewed Both drew he was dying with consumption A trial their pistols and a deadly conflict ensued bottle of Dr Kings New Discovery was n a room 20x60 feet Logan shot twice sent him Finding relief he bought a purifier It Is very much superior to any when his pistol failed to work and he large bottle and a box of Dr Kings New other preparation of Snrsaparilla All by the time he had taken two Life grabbed a hatchet and cut Bogle laying boxesPillsPills and two bottles of the Dispersons of scrofulous or consumptive tenof dencies and especially delicate children i skull bare Bogle fell at the first of covery he was well and had gained in h iring shot through die center of the flesh thirty six pounds Trial bottles of are fiuro to be greatly benefited by Its uacn J W Starr Lncontn Iowa writes breast and the rest of his shots were fir this Great Discovery for Consumption For yews I waa troubled with Scrofupd while he was down and had hold of free at all druggists lous complaints I tried several different 7gan Logan was shot in the throat preparations which did mo Httlo If any Fined for Contempt the ball pooling out of his mouth and Monday in the Federal Court at Lou Â¬ good Two bottles of Ayers Sarsapn rllla effected a complete cure It Is my pear the left Ehoulder blade which is isville Judge Barr fined Judge B F Day and B F McCormick of this city 100 opinion Uit this medicine Is tho brat only a flesh wound Bogle is insensible blood of Court It will be and can not recover as either the bullet each for contemptlast winter Judge Barr remembered that wound or the gash made by the hatchet appointed Geo B Harper Receiver for S A Railroad and about the would have proved fatal Logans wound the Ky same time Judge Cooper of the Circuit s not fatal though it is quite serious and Court appointed B F McCormick Re-Â¬ of the dayH C E Upton Nashua N II big mouth is badly shattered Logan ceiver with instructions to tike posses Â¬ writes For a number of years I probably saved his own life by getting sion of the road peaceably if possible by was troubled with a humor In my eyes and unable to obtain relief until I com Kld of the hatchet which happened to force if necessary Acting on the in menced Uidug Ayers Saraparllla I have befwithin reach as 3gle kept on firing structions of Judge Cooper McCormick j takeu several bottles am greatly beneby sheriff Robinson and jjfter be was down pntil he wasstruckon accompanied his attorney went to the Ky fited and believe it to be the beat of blood Judge Day purifiere K Ilarrlu Creel City Kaniscy the bead Bothmenare dead game S A depot and took forcible posses- Â¬ Logan U cool while Bogle is excitable sion of the road McCormick and Judjre Co Dakota write I huve been an Day were then arrested by order of the Jptense sufferer with Dyspepsia for tho Logan is a very quiet peaceably disposed gentleman and will avoid a difficulty if U O vuurb wiui iuc uuuve resuiu jll pat three years Six mouths ago I began looks a little singular that they should be to use fee can Bogle is somewhat of a bully compelled to pay a fine for obeying an asd has bgd a great maav difScuJtka order ot court jit sterling Uazctte ttt Sterling Gazette Disease lies in ambush for the weak a Considerable excitement Trpvftilfrt feeble constitution is ill adapted to en- here Friday afternoon on receipt of the counter a malarious atmosphere and suo f nnj ihf Wf It has effected an entiro pure and I am anf f jaews ofra tragedy which was enacted that robust are usually the easiest victims now as well as ever orning near Kiddville in which Mis Dr J H McLeans Strengthening Cor Sold by all Druggists vion Daniel the wife of one of our dial and Blood runner will give tone and sci J your Prlco SI Six bottles o irellinown citizens was seriously if not vitality and strength to bv G entire body B Swango 100 per bottle Sold fatally wounded by one Watts a citizen Hazel Green and J t Vaughn apip- - Prepared by Dr J CUAver Co Lowell S A ilass gf thaj aeighborhood Watts and son too j For Board of Equalization ELIJAH PATRICK of Magoffin County out with a gun discharging it--a- t pdp te Sg j -- 1 Â¬ Â¬ near Mimargo Alontgoinerv conutv continu Â¬ ing 500 ACRES Price 10V000 in tjiree equal payments S 12ths of 5OO0 AUlllin ilenifee and Powell enmities and ou both sides of Red Eivercoul and timber laud Price 3 per acre Cusli Thure is Pine and Poplar Timber enough on the entire ract to bring at 10 cents per 100 feet 10 per acre 100 ACRES Woodland on the mad from Levee to Tiektown I will sell either Wo hope that every Democrat will piece or all Come and see me as I am de- Â¬ come to the polls on election day and cast termined to nell JNO JAY ANDERSON his vote for Hon W P Taulbee Hav Â¬ Sept 29 5L Camargo Ky ing it in our power to elect him why not He is an earnest God fearing Christian gentleman au able orator a logical rea soner a profound statesman he is a man that has come up from among the people and who is essentially one of them His interests are their interests his ambition the ambition of hundreds of aspiring boys and his success will bo tho signal of hope to the struggles of others who Should bo kept coustantly at band for are toiling as he has always toiled for the use m cinorgcuek H of tho household top round of the ladder He is a man Many a mother btartlcd In tho night by worthy of honors and capable of wearing the oiuiuoui touuda of Croup finds tho them to the profit of the people In fact llttlo sufferer with red and swollen face he is just in every respect what Kentucky gaping for air Iu such cases Ayers needs to guard her interests It is an Cherry Ioctoral isIuvuluMble Mrs Emma honor to vote for such a mau and wo hope that every member of the party in this Gcducy 19 West 123 Bt Now York While In the country Iart district will avail himself of tho privilege writes my little boy thrco years old was winter Winchester Democrat ttkeu ill with Croup It seemed as If ho would die from htraugulatlon Ayers Imperfect digestion and assimilation Cherry Pectoral was tried In Email and Â¬ produce disordered conditions of the sys tem which grow and are confirmed by frtqunt does and in los than half an neglect Dr J H McLeans Strengthen- Â¬ hour tho llttlo patient wa breathing ing Cordial and Blood Purifier by its easily The doctor Bald that the Pectoral tonic properties cures indigestion and tavvd my darlings life Mrs Chaa B gives tone to the stomach 100 per Landon Guilford Conn writes Ayers G5 B bottle Sold by Sawngo Hazel Cherry Pectoral Green and J N Vaughn Campton Rffly The discussion detween Taulbee and and alco thc llfo of my little son As ho Hurst Monday afternoon was a great In troubled with Croup I daro not bo victory for Taulbee Some of Hursts without this remedy In the house Mrs friends professed to be satisfied with him J Gregg Lowell Mass writes My but a number expressed as all felt that children have- repeatedly taken Ayers he was no match for the brilliant Con Cherry Pectoral for Coughs and Croup gressman We were not present at the It gives immediate relief followed by debate at night but we are told that cure Mrs Mary E Evans Scranton Taulbees speech was well received by Pa writes I havo two little boys both the colored voters aud many will vote of whom have been from Infancy subject for him if they vote at all Sentinel to violent attacks of Croup About six Democrat months ago wo began using Ayers Cherry Pectoral and It acts like a charm In a Old people suffer much from disorders of the urinary organs and are always few minutes after the child takes it ho gratified at the wonderful cilects of Dr breathes cudly and rests well Every J H McLeans Liver and Kidney Balm mother ought to know what a blessing I in banishing their troubles 100 per have found iu Ayers Cherry Pectoral bottle Sold by G B Swango Hazol Mrs Win C Kcid Freehold K J writes Green and J N Vaughn Campton In our family Ayers medicines havo been blessings for many yearB In cases of Colds and Coughs wc take John W Day tho blind musician will give a free entertainment in Hazel Green next Friday night Oct 2ith and Cherry Pectoral the people should aid him with their -- UY THE BEST FasMoi CZC a Johnston Organs Are first class in Material Workmansirip and Methods of Construction They are unrivaled in power and beauty of tone and in genuine excellence far surpass all organs of other makes ever offered in our country SCHOOL DESK rniA UlMTVn lUlUIttJ Ayers OVER 67000 SOLDI l M manutaetHrel by the A Sidney Schoo Furnifan Jons LocGnuy Sole Proprietor ft SIDNEY OHIO ThU DcoJc fea been Adapted la Nearly All tho Ieiillnjj School- of the CoHtr7 - 1625000 - NOW IN USE Globes- Kegiaters DiatxoHary Haiders Maps Map Caer Kunieral Frames Charts Dictionaries Anatomical Models Erasers Blackboards Liquid Slating Bells Crayon Saved Life Microscopes And cverythiag needed in a sckeol roesu jp32r Write us for complete catalogue Ad Â¬ dress -- j Sidney Soheoi flOly Furniture Gtufixj SIDNEY OHIO KENDALL HOUSE Corner Main and Pbestonsbuxg Sm Mrs WEST LIBEPTY KY E C Kendall - Proprtotr The table is supplied with the test the market affords Experienced hand in ckargs of stable Cjiarges reasonable M FORD ttlTK Manns Bros Boot Shoe 6a Manufacturers and Dealers m Boots Shoes Rubbers Xo SS West Pearl Street CINCINNATI O yers C and the inconvenience Is soon forgotten PREPARED BT Pr J Ayer Sold Co Lowell Man by all Druggists Hardman Pianos Chickering Pianos Mathus hek Pianos Emerson Pianos Star Pianos Arion Pianos and the matchless Johnston Organs Write for Catalogues and Prices S V McWilliams NEW Co Livery Sale and Feed Stable MT STERLING KY Â¬ Â¬ fi KEEN WADE HOUSE T J COPK Proprietor Table supplied with all delieaeiee of the Speeial attention to commercial season tourists FBJSXCIIBURG KY DUULAP BEOS CO JOHNSTON Wholesale and Retail Dealers D S Dfsvers and Traders Headquarters The attention of horse aad male dealer especially Invited to our facilitlen for the handlim of stock and wc invite ail traders of Wolfe and adjoining counties to cull on us when in the city In -- LOUIS STIX IMrOKTEKd AX1 m OP 56 West JOllUKIlS Fourth Street CINCINNATI O CHICAGO COTTAGE ORGAN Bab attained a standard of excellence whicH admits of no superior It contain ovory improvementthatkwcBtirg genius skill and xnoccy can produce THE SAS TEISD SACS UKION STEEETS I DOWN GO THE PRICES Wc are now receiving another LARGE AND WELL SELECTED STOCK of everv variety of Goods to supply the demands of all our customers at Whole tale and Retail which wo PROPOSE TO SELL FOR CASH or exchange for Produce and Live Stock We have often tried to establish a trule on a Cash basis but have aa often failed We have also notified our friends and customers of tho DISASTROUS EFFECTS OF THE CREDIT SYSTEM and our intention to reform our business but little attention has been given to what we have said Now Ave intend to establish upon the ruins of tho old credit system a STRICTLY CASH BUSINESS which will enable us to sell you goods Â¬ OTJTJt 5V4 Â¬ H HHIBS i9BBw flHHfl MYJCXT OJLQA3T Cincinnati w II GILLIS WITH is to Blood McCord Â¬ Â¬ u ATTERS No 613 West Main WHOLESALE Before You Aydelotte Cheaper Thaninvite thoHave Ever Bought othere to our attention of RIVER MEN and Wo in particular c c which we arc offering at large stock of CLOTHING DRY GOODS special low prices for cjish To all of our customers having accounts due wc most earnestly solicit to come forward and make settlements You owe it to us to do so as well as to yourselves as honorable men We will sell you goods cheaper than -you have ever bought them before wo 11 nVn Lix miuru1 n uwui c nm uic nu fJol- - v timn TTUctfltlIv an rn wu can oeticr If bbb SLUTS TH3B nimm fin ec OS Them Organs are celebrated for vohimw quality of tono quick response artistic deates beantyinSniah perfect conetructloa aakBg thorn the naost desirable orjrana for home schools ctmrcbes lodges societies rsTAXLXSMZB WEPVTATIX Street Â¬ LOUISVILLE KY G EORGE E WHITE t TUCK WITH J T jrF wemxxxsr 8snxEi BEST MATKUAX eOXSXXXD DAY THE POPULAE OHSAH InatractiM HUFFAKER GREEN Dealers in Wholesale 615 West Main TES GE2AT flffa072KSHT IN ATJTQ1CAT2C ImIu m4 Km Mi ill Iirts a CMCAM urmer J Boots and Shoes it L White Green Street 15 V MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS TEE The Musette let Casb - - The Celestina The Aeolian Organ let Cash The Latwt Production of HSCSAKICAL OSGTJIHETTS CO Ulognes nad Priee VcMdto aW Aw WITH J A- - Huilakcr LOUISVILLE KY Â¬ H J CLARKE - 15 00 RUSH F Henry L- WILLIAMSOX wrrir Go -- Sisvers Oarson Hardware 2500 22500 - Oraae Boot Sim 6i 637 W Main Street BANK LOUISVILLE KY TRADERS DEPOSIT Sarsapariila AYERS MT STERLLNG KY J M BIGSTAFF President W W THOMSON DIRECTORS Wholesale Dealers la SPECIAL NOTICE If you want a first class Parlor Organ tne iEOLIAN is the one to buy With it you can play at once Boots Shoes RubTerY the most difficult music without years of practice and hunÂ¬ 93 W Parl St ClWClNNATt Q dreds of dollars expense in learning and then perhaps not VELLS succeed while with this you can play at sight as no other wrra can At the same time if you wish you can be learning the Wm H Fullerton use of the keys as it has a fall five octave key board with JORSEB OF o music four full sets of reeds and is not only a cultivator Hats Caps Straw Corf Send for Catalogue but an instructor Price LC Cashier I - - r i James Cijorn Andrew Fesler EMILY TRIPP Publisher of Music and Dealer in Pianos Organs CHlLLICQTHt I0VESTBERS on Q 45 Itc Dr R It ffiJsHly Drake J T Highland H9 49 FQURTQ AYSNIJE J OUISlE KY vSrttitinz tpttea In CHicagB C HM 45 to 49 Randolph St SflA ftTIHUHMflL f