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Digital page images are linked to the text file. - Sjh CU J Vc t -- imSiUfO9rMsm 1 Wr- - -- - - 5Bf QgZSB VF -l - r ti r t j --- X s irrti t - Tty H - Wm - 3----- A Vy- -- - JL COOPER II 11 1 I I I4 1 IJ JLJI I 1 I Own aid Editor imlM r I dji I i m Green TRADE AT THE Â¬ vsiies THE HERALD OF A NOISY WORLD WITH NEWS FROM ALL NATIONS 100 A YEAR Ahrcys I khtm i L Jl tsf - OIiXJlEE n M JX HAZEL GREEN WOLEE COUNTY KY WEDNESDAY NOVEMBER 24 1886 NUMBER 39 ill sir rr V Trll Jt M He stopped with S S Combs and while there told him that the graded road from Camp ton to the Powell county line is one of the JJfu larper circulation in the mountains of best graded dirt roads that he ever traveled aad Surgeon Eastern Kentucky than any paper in the over Mr Combs is an old man and has State and merchants and others wishing to had considerable experience in business the trade of Eastern Kentucky will secure tsHAZEL GREEN KY-i find it THE BEST ADVERTISING ilEDIUM and no doubt knows a good road when he Advertising Rates travels upon iL Why not have a road that iip HT MAPEL Transient advertisements 75 cents an ATTORKEY-AT-XiA- W in extent a wagon can be driven over in safety from inch Urst msenmn zo cenis au uiuii for The coal fields of Kentucky Agent JLxd Seal Estate equal those Pennsylvania has Kentucky this place to the town of Hazel Green the each subsequent insertion iTi ADVEKTISEMB STANDING HAZEL GREEN KY has five times the amount of coking coal so called metropolis and center of gravita 1 inch 1 vear 500 4 inches lyear1500 that Pennsylvania has Kentucky has the tion of the mountains of Eastern Kentucky iiyaotioG in all the Courts of Wolfe 2 inches year 900 5 inches 1 vear 1750 Jieaifce aad Breathitt counties and also the home of our county judge who tax- - 3 inches 1 year 1200 Cinches year 2000 finest canncl coal district in the world cxiHe afestmcts fanilslicd 33K Yet these immense natural resources of is the ablest judge that ever graced the real estate fw uiUL CwJIectwas specislty bougut TIMETABLE Kentucky are in a great partuseless value Â¬ the bench He dispatches business to the satisfaction of almost every person who has South Atlantic Railway less for lack of transportation facilities Kentucky and iQIERATT HOUSE business in his courL 22 minutes slower than Mt Clark Countv DemocraL A Drummers Dream of Heaven Standard timeSterling time Rev David II Mariman and Miss Mollie For rears we hae heard of the great hoa Marinan his daughter and MissMattie Hes No 1 leaves Mt Stealing at 7 A u arrives JOKJI H-- PlESATT PKOPSIETOIl pitality of the people who inhabit the moun- Â¬ ell of College Hill Ky began a meeting at Rothwell atS40 A M We have had No 2 leaves Rothwell at 9 A M arrives at tains of Eastern Kentucky place on the 17th inst Miss Mollie HAZEL GREEN KY lit Sterling at 1050 A M IV M ar about seven months experience with them at thisfirst woman I ever saw go into the pul and can say that but with few exceptions we is the n 3 leaves ML Sterling at 140 paid about four prices for all the hog and nit and take a subiect and preach from it The patronage of the traveling ub rives at Rothwell at 320 r M J cm solicited ad the proprietor will give No 4 leaves Rothwell at 345 I M arrives liominy we ever partook of at their tables Your correspondent has had the pleasure of Osborne Ks Journal fiite leetlie camlet and charge you lightly at lit Sterling at 530 P M times since the meeting No 2 connects at ML Sterling with 1105 A A man that beareth false witness against hearing her three O railway began Her prayers for and entreaties to M and 157 P II trains on C pALAOE HOTEL Cincinnati and Louisville his neighbour is a maul and a sword and a the sinner to turn from his erring ways has for Lexington No 3 connects at Mt Sterling with 1105 A sharp arrow Proverbs xxv18 FEENOHBTJEG KY caused many of of them to shed tears and O from the East and 13G M train on C H ITCLLIAMS Proprietor to ask an interest in the prayers of Gods peo White River W T Oct 21 1831 PM train from Louisville and Cincinnati The ytroaage of the traveling public is j5wMontgomerv county court day special Co Gentlemen My ple Bro Mariman is an able preacher and Dr J C Ayer respectfully invited Table the best and leaves Rothwell oil the 3rd Monday in each wife suffered for over twenty years with presents the Gospel to his audience in a every atteatleii te the cemfort of guests month at 730 A M arriving at ML Sterling rheumatism in her hips and legs On read- Â¬ plain and forcible manner at 9 AX Returning leaves jut owning M ing your almanac she postivcly believed that Mrs S S Combs of this place received a at 3 P M arriving at Rothwell at 430 P KENDALL HOUSE for ML Sterling at 5 r M your Sarsaparilla would cure her She has letter from Mollie Swango of Charleston Rothwell Cokxk JCatst akd Peestoksbueg Sts Leaves GEO B HARPER Supt taken four bottles and is now as well as she Ills stating that Mrs Newton Swango had WEST LIBERTY KY ever was in her life I feel it my duty to been low with neuralgia of the stomach JIHt E C KTtdall - Proprietress James H Williams of Frenchburp is a send you my sincere thanks and that Newton Swango had had the second candidate for the Legislature from this Dis- Â¬ C EXGBLOKN TJ table is supplied with the lest the trict composed of the counties of Mehifee attack of neuralgia of the heart market aJbrds Experienced hand in charge Montgomery Powell and Wolfe subject to Mrs Fannie Hainline of Lamont Mo f stable Cnarges reasonable Is it not about time that the candidates who was out on a visit a short time ago to the action of the Democratic party for the Senate from this district were making to see her people writes that she has arrived EOEGE E TUCK their claims and aspirations known to the at home safely and found all well at home wrrii LOCAL voters of the nine counties The people and that she enjoyed her trip splendidly HCFFaKER KEE5 TmiTE James J Cannoy of Spencer was in town desire to send to the Senate a good man who Wkolesale Pealers in J M Rose the superintendent of common will be active energetic and brain and schools has made arrangements with David last week reflect credit upon the district Come up Hogg the county court clerk to receive Pachard Millard ot Salyerville was in gentlemen the announcement column is school reports at his oflicc in Campton C15 ttest 3tain Street A L TFklte town last week open for entries and this paper will advo Â¬ V Greo The quarterly meeting begins at this place JU gnWkkerj KY LOUISVILLE cate the claims of the best without fear or tomorrow Rev D G B Demarie presiding Douglas Evans of Campton was here favor elder Till AHD ELEGANT Saturday and Sunday Jast Next Thursdav the 25th inst has been MENIFEE COUNTY T Herman of U S A was registered at set apart by President Cleveland and coin H1CH ARM the Pieratt House last week cided in by Gov Knot as Thanksgiving day Fkexciibukg Nov19 J F Greer has a is plying Our buisness men Church organizations new dwelling about completed and will We learu that the steamer Kemp regularly between West Liberty and Mar and all good Citizens owe it to the Deity move into it in a few days He did the propand to themselves to pay due respect to the er thing in buying his stairway trom G T SEWINC MACHINE tiusburg day Let all buisness cease and genuine Center patronizing home industries T J TBzfxmv Buy Jfo Win M Day of Frozen Creek was in praise go up from every heart for the good- Â¬ Swiuun has been two weeks putting it up town Saturday a guest of his brothers J- - T ness of God manifested unto humanity du Â¬ and it is a nice one fully equal to city work F Day ring theyear which has elapsed since last Win Lawson and Pen Morrison got into Thanksgiving a friendly tussel at Itothwell last Saturday Uev James M Little will preach at the a Presbyterian Church in Frenchburg next A cood advertisement in a newspaper which ended in a fight Lawson receiving severe stab in the arm and Morrison getting Sunday the 28th Inst pays no fare on railroads costs nothing for hotel bills gives away no boxes of cigars to his face badly chawed up Three weddings yesterday Joseph Spen- Â¬ John H Gardner of Salyerville passed customers or merino dresses to customers tli rough town last week en route to market wives drinks no whisky under the head of cer to Mrs Mark Miller at the circuit clerks with a drove of horses traveling expenses but goes at once and all office Judge Byrne officiating Jeff Oakley the time about its business free of expenses to Miss Delilah Childers at J W Childers was called last week to Dr J B Taulbee It may be that all who advertise do not get Wm Suiter to Miss Zarilda Day at J C attend a sick child of Hon W P Taulbee richjbut one thing is sure those doing busi- Â¬ Days Itdv J M Adams officiating Robert Chambers was considerably bruised at his fathers on Ked lUver ness who do not advertise were never known by a saw log rolling over him Tuesday morn- Â¬ Uncle Valentine Pieratt and wife of to make much money Ashland Independ Â¬ ing Blackwater were here Saturday and Sun Â¬ ent It is a little too cold for fishing and our day last visiting relativesand friends The fight has begun for the Postmaster sportsmen have taken to bear hunting Dr Moore has taken the place of J F Mrs Augusta M Lusk mother of Win ship in this city Mrs Wyatts commission here last Friday will expire in February and her husband Osbom in Mr Greers store this place is IZGHT SUTOrUTCr ana does Lusk ofon ajvisit toarrived and family L B Wyatt and Capt G M Coleman are J F Osbom has gone to housekeeping her son Agents Iavor evening aekfeftutifulwork applicants for the place and their petitions Whooping cough is about over itebeeftUBe it is a quick and easy seller O Trimble of Mt Sterling who arc being circulated among the dear people Miss Ella AgBrTSWlITaiflCCUPlED TEEBifOEY lias been here several weeks visiting fric nds for their signatures They are both our MORGAN COUNTY and relatives returned home Saturday last friends and either would fill the office accep- Â¬ rrmt il ATL MaytowxNov 19 The May town school tably to the people We trust no bitterness Mrs G D Swango of this place left on will closed on Tuesday last Miss Rosa Lee Kash MANUFACTURING CO JUKE be engendered by the contest but that Saturday morning for Mt Sterling She the defeated applicant will submit with of Hazel Green teacher She is well liked Ontario Street Cir LiSaOelTsiie will probably visit Lexington before she re- Â¬ good grace to the will of the powers that be by both patrons and scholars She had a CHICAGO ILL turns good attendance all through her school and Mt Sterling Gazette gave a nice exhibition on the last day The There arc thirty five prisoners in the Mt scholars acquitted themselves with credit BREATHITT COUNTY Sterling jail Ten of them are charged with Nice speeches and essays were the order of murderbut only two belong to Montgomery 1 Jackson Nov 20 At the close of the the day We all regret to give Miss Rosa up CUJtlSS county exercises of the Literary club last Friday DYSPEPSIA INDIGESTION as she is a favorite here WEAKNESS CHILLS AND FEVERS returned home night Floyd Hagins teacher of the public Married On the 18th inst at the resiMr BFitts of Lexington school read the grades of the students in MALARIA LIVER COMPLAINT dence of the brides father on Long Branch last Wednesday and while here contracted j KIDNEY TROUBLES for some large shipments of poplar lumber each of the classes for the past two months Miss Lida Childers and J D Oakley of and pinned a blue ribbon on the one in each Kzel Attendants John Oakley and Miss NEURALGIA AND RHEUMATISM at fair prices class that had the highest grade The occa- Â¬ TT tfves KEW TT Isvicorst-Cora Childers Rev John Wilson officiating De- to tha isjr tsA LIFE The Weekly New York World and The sion was very interesting especially to the May peace and happiness follow them whole SYSTEM Hazel Gkeex Heuald with a 320 page children The grades were generally good Chtfal ts telce by Strengthening through life ad ef r eat value a Medicine for the Muscles Ton Â¬ History of the United States will be mailed and the contest in several instances was very Our town is on a high boom in the way of ing the NERVES to any address one year for 200 nik asd Ailingclose Miss Katie Patrick received the pre- Â¬ completely-Digestinend building We are to have another nice Wmmb aadCfcilmium in 4 classes Miss Saliie Patrick in S the food W P Staggs of Sideview was m our John Wilson in 1 Miss 3Iollie Combs in 1 church house in the near future midst last week winding up his last years Miss Lizzie Brcyant in 1 Miss Julia McGuire imkwmm The Parmer Poultry liaising Guide i transactions in the lightning rod business in 1 Miss Mattie Sewell in 1 Miss Lucy This is the title of a new and valuable He left for home Thursday morning Sewell in 1 Miss Margaret McCarty in 1 Miss book on poultry raising for profit If you Dora Snowdcn in 1 Billie Sewell in 1 and desire to know how to make hens lay the See our proposition published elsewhere Ben Hargis in 1 Mr Hagins an excellent year round how to fatten market poultry in which wc propose to send The Herald Book Volina CONTAINS by leading one year and forty five books postage pre- Â¬ teacher is doing faithful work and is suc- quickly how to dress and ship poultry and Mineral i ess physicians telling ceeding in spite of the unfavorable surrond sell eggs to obtain the highest prices how how to treat dis paid for only 200 and subscribe now yadt ef carefully ings eases at HOME to build inexpensive hen houses and yards selected Vcceta r ailed together ie Medicines liev T S Hubert closed a very interest- Â¬ how to discover prevent and cure all dis Â¬ press of matter we can On account of the vjth a set cfhand combined skill Â¬ fcome cards by new not give our new advertisers notices this ing meeting on Cane creek last week after eases of poultry fully making a how to solect and obtain Kel iotype proces e Safe aad PJeasast week but will give them notices in our edi- Â¬ protracting about ten days There were 2G choice breeds and how men and women of on receipt of xo c iy confessions and IG additions to the church long experience in the business make mon e Amlrr tiear tion of a thousand extra copies next week Foratrral9rBKUiAan Gmcrr oa not krap T8UM COKMlL icwS lOO ui nui Hit A largo number of the converts leadiu pub- Â¬ ey send at once for a copy of The Fanners fai1l arm Ij Mut Wuixr 1U Mrs Ada G Day of Salyersville who has lic prayer A praj er meeting was estab- Â¬ Poultry Raising Guide by I S Johnson rerrAKKO xlt r VHm Drvg and Chemical Company been visitiug relatives and friends at Millers lished to meet on Thursday night of each Co 2 Custom House St Boston Mass X BMLTUIOX XU C burg Ky was a guest of the Day House Fri Â¬ week Last Saturday 14th inst those who Price 25 Cents For GO cents in stamps se22Br3ph day night and left for home Saturday morn joined the church were baptized some by Johnson Co will send postpaid a copy of M PORD ing effusion and some by immersion Be v II C The Farmers Poultry Raising Guide and WITH Huberts assisted in the meeting two 25 ct packs of Sheridans Powder to The Hazel Green Herald ia an ably Boot Shoe Go conducted paper each number a compli- Â¬ Wc have another real estate transfer to make hens lay or they will send a 214 pound Bros Combs has bought of tin can of Powder at regular rate 120 and ment to its editor and ought to be read at announce Wylcy II 3Ianufacturcrs and Dealers in M Snowden the Dr Hill prorcrty sit- Â¬ a copy of the Guide free the hearthstone of every family in Wolfe John uated immediately opposite Mr Suowdeus county Scorcher Xe West Parl Street residence The price paid is G50 CINCINNATI O For Sale W T L C Caskey Hazel David Lunceford has just completed two Green Ky have a distillery outfit consist- Â¬ new stone chimuies to his new residence two CO ing of one still and worm 40 good tubs miles above town llev John Jay Dickey has been appointed pumps c which they wish tojsell or trade commissioner to sell the briclr of the old OF IKPOKTEES ASD JOBBEES on reasonable terms court house IS WARRANTED to cure Fever and Several cattle traders of this section were Mr Allison special pension examiner has Ague Intermittent or Chill Fever ReÂ¬ in attendance at the county court last week been at work in this county during the past mittent Fever Dumb Ague Bilious Fever Dengue or JBreak bonc Fever Liver in ML Sterling and disposed of their stock week Complaint and all diseases crlsing from fhs Wrought Iron Inspector Barker of As usual some returned happy while the Malarial poisons Eange has been in the county several days majority lost money Harpers S C July 9 ISS4 Wm Smith is erecting two brick chimnics AND The editor and proprietor of this paper is to his new residence two miles above town For eighteen months suf on a business trip to the blue grass and if ered with Chills and Fever addition to his Samuel Cole is making an the patrons observe any improvement in this store room having Chills every other day they will please credit it to the subs But issue G W Sewell is erecting a commodious After trying various remedies if anything appears to rile them wait until stable recommended to cure Fused a the chief comes Hes the fighter bottle of dyers Ague Cure and TEUD MCE k UHIOH ST2SSTS WOLFE COUNTY have never since had a chill The State Central Committee of the dem- Â¬ EDWIN HARPER Campton Nov ID Wm Combs of Stan- Â¬ ocratic party met at Frankfort yesterday PREPARED by f herwko wish ta exrrln to decide on the time and place for holding ton Powell county who has entered upon nsiatff nr fifatain esiim tefi Co Lowell Masi C Ayer 4e ff Dr J the next Stute convention to nominate can his 34th year as jailer of Powell county was weninOG8eeviimditonffles didatcsfor the various State offices We will with us on the 11th inst looking after the Id by all Druggists J xt the Kentucky Union railroad the interest of Cnry J LWtB ftTllUMa j announce incir uecisiuu cir v vn X 2JLULBEE fapkm HE a HERALD Last Thuisday as John Fitzpatrick was going to his home on Spencer from this city his horse threw him and his foot hanging in the styrap he was dragged some distance sustaining very serious injuries and it was at first thought that he was fatal- Â¬ ly hurt but he is now recovering Mt Ster Â¬ ling Gazette I ASK YOUR ATTENTION When vou visit our citv loot out forthe CASH SIG2T on Main street CASH means every article at rock bottom prices T guarrantee this to you as I keep no books cretlit nobody sell for CASH oaly 1 am dealer in watches clocks and jewelry Rogers Bros 1819 knives aad forks spoons table and tea every thing to ba found in a first class jewelry store T nm nlsn fpihr in A II Clothing House mm - tTNVTGQ Oil illiu Mt Sterling Ky Boots Shoes Hats and Daps and Gents FurnisMag Gwds Ladies Fine Shoes the best that is made Childrens Shoes in all sixes and styles Gents Fine and Heavy Boots Now good people remember that I am the only firm in our city that sells for CASH ONLY this is the firm you want to find to save you a BKxPFJLCEOTi No trouble to show goods Asking you to call when in the cityjaad hojiRgt4o see you soon I remain Kespectiully yours m Main Street w vpwEL si Mt Stealing t 000 0000 0000 OOO -- Ky m -- J CALVERT g93 BjfT PI LLSM AKB NOT RECOMMENDED TO TryM II a Cm or a G NEWS fc tare - Boots and Shoes JA tHHEW JENNIE JUNE HOshJUHbIHh Â¬ n otheb HK1 But if you are Dizzy havo Cold Feet have a taste in your mouth like sometTtin rotten or a breath that would make your best friend hold you off to prevent too close contact feel irritablethick headed and no account generally just settle it that your LIVEE is in-Â¬ active and try these Liitie Sugar Coated Peilits This is an advanced age and the time for Pills of the Hen Egg pattern must go Concentration is the order of this day CALVERTS LIVER PILLS are vegetable remedies ENTIRELY aaid in the most concentrated form any Physician may have the formula by addressing f p Mi NOR is Li Men i a C P CALVERT CINCINNATI O FEANKGOUYION A Co JOHN GROSSMAN F SCHLEUTKft GO GROSSMAN GOUVION WnOLESALK SIAXCyACTITXEES OF H VH it Sales mummk J BRIDLES lie i c a I 74 and 76 MainSStreet Z9 nl 9 v5 tBKTBS1 CINCINNATI O ESTABLISHED 1ST 1 1 know nearly xt year since this medicine was offered as J a remedy for Woran and from taat tlaa it reputation has steadilr increased until as tho present ilay it is almost universally acknowledged throughout nearly ail parts o th world to be tbe ev-Worm Confections made more for the purpose of pleanin the palate tann ot overeosdaf taa sen manufactured all orer the country but their hortIuaae or life ia nearlr exhasMed aad B- - A Kahneatocks Vermifufre continues to frrow in faror dally Children often look pate and tiektg front no other cause than irorm and vpasvu are most frequently tho result of these hiddecsupperaaadmlsers Whea they ore irritablo and feverish sometimes craTlnR food and eatlnsr rarenoosly again refnjiBgwbolesomodtet toHeing restlessly la sleep moaning and frrindinjf the teeth then be assured these symptoms are iBdicaens ot tfcCmaCordml Ng22- - g9 BAFAHNESTOCKS Â¬ -- g WMl mt A lily worms Many a helpless child has been laid ia the Brave when the disease which caused its death has been en tirely misunderstood and when worms hare reallr been the cause It has bees nrored beTondcaril that wursis exist in the human system from earliest Infancrtherefore parents specially mothers who are mere constantly with their children cannot be too observing of thejfrst symptoms oftcormsXovao surely as they exist they eaa YeraiKsae be toftly and speedily removed from the tnott delicate infant by the timely use of Physicians do not hesitate to recommend It and use it In their practice and many of the most eratactt ef b Darts 01 me its trotesion rrom an to children ascounirriesuiy xo not naiiorm successcause race is Illness raiia it asm ire-ia of the nmvmr aad targe qwaatttte a safe purgative fluently been riven suspecting the Oraiteantiea most be used dt everv wrchae r ia be his own judicn in one sense and to examine every bottle he buys ot It The simple name of Fajww recr is Ho must look closely and carefully to see that the injtUf are B A Fazishtccx aad he satis not sufficient fled with nothlne else Nkw Fkikslw Howard Ox Xo Messrs J E Schwartz Co Pittsburg Pa nsed the original B A Faaaesteek Verarf Da Gentlemen I have used some of that most excellent fuge ringmy practice for many years save aa hesi Â¬ I remedy B A Fahnestocks Vermifuge and found It to tancyIn have the desired effect I think your vermifuge can reliableInreconnacndiaffltasarsraedy awaleh in safe Verarifisjcs Is and ejJMenX ia all eases where not safely bedisrjensed with in any family TH08- - H- - HANDY 3C D x ours sc needed j w nuuuAtw ji u successors TO CO SCHWARTZ PittsHrg Pa BA Co VERMIFUGE Fartnestoclc i 5 1 JE mt fnfneUrs Â¬ G B SWAN CO - DEALER IN - 1 Sll Â¬ GENERAL MERCHANDISE HAZEL GREEN KENTUCKY KEErS CONSTANTLY ON HAND A FCLL ASSORTEKNT OF J w kbus M Boots Shoes Rubbers LOUIS STIX Staple and Fancy Dry Goods Ready made Clothing Hats Caps Boots Shoes Queensware Tinware Hardware Table and Pocket Cutlery Grocer- Â¬ ies Stoves and Farming Implements In fact everything usually kept in a first das3 country- store ami at BOTTOltPSICES Also will take in exchange for Goods or In payment of any dcht due HieyaHIriuJsitf Countrv Produce and Live Stock of every description - Ague Gyre I AYERS SV McWilliams SIT STERLING Co Stable J T ROGERS WITH Livery Sale and Feed KY SHIPLEY DOiSY CO Dm Goods Drovers and Traders Headquarters i Cor 4th and CINCINNATI tifytl - NOTIONS Cincinnati v Taif 1 i-- r-r Handsome line of custom made Suits Our goods are tailor made and corset fitting Immense line of Mens Boys and Childrens Boots Hats Caps and Underwear The attention of horse and mule is especially invited to our facilities handling of stock and wc invite all of Wolfe and adjoining counties to us when in the city dealer for the traders caiLort i ElmStrtsT1 0Hia rw J CLARKE WITH O Go R lOWNSENB Slevers Garson Hardware 637 W-- Main Street LQpISyiLLE Y r Caps Straw Cocds Hats Cloves aad Uferell JOBBER OF Wm H FuUertonr iik- - JL3A J3ii j o KM a it I- - He attended the bazar bought ftWHaT TTEMjlfjllf1 44 not purchase the fair saleswoman I could ount up a dozen cases in which 0 THE EAS1CST WAY r- to - Jk4yM ted tfcat yea 4ftt forget tried fee MieM meatas tea ye Tea Jkva Aat feae Haya were aweet1 aono wtedge - I Uw tfear ei4 tawa bv the a Waea the fcea r Me class 1a eollega sntfRre DhCtm tore aeret Teek m Xaacy l c IXtet say that I fcaveac a heart Will JMriakerifcejMtttwitkrccret A4tMHMcfe weve feelettgbeea apart still L Sad it Jtard t forget WJja aeaaefise Im wrKiag XedCary Mae fcrefcea with rjilias Lm A4 he Kala Saads yoa kaow Mary vrc Hcreteu 19 Jaak WMtay has cene Into weaej Aa4 e has Nell Page by the way She awrie M Dale alai It faasyr Hes teveaty KJies a aar coarse caaae fertre9eaa of were Hagcie from Paris Ker bridemahic KcKee Tie Weatea jjk la Beatrice Harris CeMa Carter aad me Aaatkar ttey aav la ejtember WJH be the eveat of the year The greem fe yeaag Boyd you remember Ynr tria Ksyd Billiards aad Beer Ti Grace el o Gold savs Daiae Grand v That fete jcts are a sight to ee Tfcat afee trie es her dress oh Monday That its ordered by aae That aalaes the ojrialoa thats aVed for The aewens the feast aad the wise That y poor little wlt are tasked for j tTheeattre iiererraaace la flae The happy girl isnt Grace Greeley Nor even y eoasla Marie The- - aav yoa know toagaes roa so freely That the bride too is aae ia aa ftrfA MaU in Harper Magazine EVERY ONE LOVED ELM How Jack Hustons Sins Were Outweighed by Hia Virtues ft wkh nls admirable elder son Jo seplrby his side The old gentleman was a- 5rood deal- shaken slni that rflrpfcdful business aboat kls son Jack Society talked of it for quite three davs a Hiv friend John Carleton was near- lyworneffhtelegsrnaninff about from duo to JTi repeating the story Sir -w o yjiM w ungawncu m re-jturn for a friendly greeting but there vss a vast deal more sorrow tlian joy 1n lua sRiile I Sayslts Mountchester to me as we drove Dast and exchanow 13rrpAtinr o n 1111 I11 ilunn mo 4rilr - sees oHSIr Peter Euston driving in the Any fine sunny day you wight have 2rk 1 nu He Jwd eac son who bad all the vjoes extant xuu tue oiner cverv jm JU i 1 jf j UT 4 1 Ct 1 UU lUIUk Uie OKI rTlt1T1Mn riirl in put WlHiA ttnr VU itHn v VC Wllun w vuna Vrhtmr CfT -- 1 v 1 I SJIJJ dK -w 1 be tnk ke wa3 nearly secured and then at the last Moment he managed to escape the laading net always I must own in a perfectly decorous manner And now to think that Lady Olivia Plantagenet kad secured him rather had condescended to secure him for von must know that the Lady Olivia was as it were a species of ganglion or gather iag together of the bluest of all blue blood She was the only daughter of the Duke of Dartford and in all con- Â¬ science his daughter ought to be tolera- Â¬ bly blue blooded especially when I tell you that her mother was Hon Emilia Buchanan Denzil the Worcester Den zils if 3011 please not the left handed Warwickshire branch In thefacof j such facts it is evident that millions of years of natural selection carried out on Darwinian or an other principle you like could never have produced such a doubly distilled azure as the blood that ran in the Lady Olivias vclnf I dont suppose it ranit coursed in a stately way Well Ladv Olivia was very haughty and beautiful She kad very little money and less brans I have even heard coarse plebcun folks whisper that she was a fool but this Was manifestly untrue as her conduct throughout this ticklish matter abund- Â¬ antly Drove Still for all that I must own I never heard Lady Olivia maki any remarks except extremely stupid and decorous ones Talking to her was like conversing with something bctweeir a statue and a sheep The old Duke of Dnrtford was dreadfully poor for a Dnke Their place down in Suminer setshire was half shut tip lie old his game they do say he turned an honest penny by his grapes and pines and it became absolutely neeeary that Lady Olivia should marry money Mrs Mountchester ays she wu des- Â¬ perately in love at seventeen with what she called a mere sailor--believe he was the third son of an Admiral Any way it came to naught and Lady Olfvia froze up and had remained frozen up ever snce bne was twentv seven i t u 111 um Vn jjiiiuc ui uur sutiuiy aim urn t beauty when she j rather marmoreal descried Joseph Euston on the far horizon HU bloo of course was less Jegrees was cermean man ners1 He himself slarchv aim sti aml Uresome but he had monev anu was amenable on uie question of settlements so there was a little preliminary hovering and then came an extremely frigid proposal Lady Olivia bent her stately head and accepted the substantial banker It was October now and the marriage was lixed for the early spring Once or twice a Aveek Toap ph called on his intended Thev sat in state in the Dartford urawinir- room in Eatonsquare Sometimes he home Wwwl her hand at parting it seemed a In an in taut I could sec the sorrow matter of supreme and grief of all those years pass from Â¬ Â¬ 1 T- 1 1 1 1 Â¬ est heart and the sharpest tongue of any old lady I ever came across Ask her maid Jenkins about the tongue and leave Jack to vouch for the heart I have several photographs of this veuer ftble old lady in my album Whenever 1 entertain my friends and conversation flags 1113-- albums are produced and I doom my guests to the social penalty of gazing at and saying something appro Â¬ priate about hosts of people they have llever known Everybody says direct ly they see Lady Bettys photograph What an extraordinary old lady She wore an audacious wig a capacious brooch an old brown slk dre- - and on state oecasons a quantity of ex- Â¬ tremely dirt old lace Out of doors she invariably wore an old fur tippet She was a valiant old soul free of speech given much to questionable stozie hating shams and fearing no man and loving Jack more than any other creature on earth She fought his battles she paid Its debts she out raged all the properties for his fake and when that last awful business crop- Â¬ ped up and he had to leave suddenly for Manitoba the old lady broke down nd took to her bed for some week When she got about again she refreshed her Â¬ self ny trotting over to llarley street and having a battle royal with Joseph How he hated her She alone had the power to ru file his decorum and to make his pale face flush and his eyes gieam It wa November and all the folks had flocked back from Scotch moors and sea beach and the -- cason promscd to be a brilliant one I went round one afternoon to call on Sir Peter Jo eph and his father were sitting together in tiie dismal dining room in Harlc street Sir Peter was very shaky and silent and Joseph was more virtuous and respect Â¬ able than oyer lie told me he was go ing to preside at some philanthropic meeting that evening at Exeter Hall Conversation flagged we all three 1 did not seemed sleepy and stupid dare to a k about Jack Jo eph kept rambl ng on in his smooth decorous monotone about the pauper lunatics aud discharged prisoners temperance washerwomen and all the rest ot it when suddenly the servant announced Ladr Pimlico Josephs face changed andhardened and old Sir Peter bright ened up My Lad entered evidently in high -- pirils more untdy than ever She greeted her brother with aTcerion me with cordiality and Jo eph with pug Â¬ nacity 1 ye got news cries the old lady herself with her feet on the eating fender and her hands on her knees I saw Sir Peters hands move feebly and a gleam of light pass over his face Jood news I hope1 says Joseph What I call good news snaps back the old woman and what you may My boy is coming call bad new Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ -- he has learned a bitter lesson De- Â¬ pend upon it Sir Peter he wilt come back Wiser and sadder His old eyes gleam at the very thought of his return and a beautiful smile breaks over his face as he takes out of his pocket a rnuch crunipled and often read letter Ho hopes to be back by the 15th per- Â¬ haps a little earlier if he have a good passage and now its the 14th 1 sent him his passage money but Joseph the old -- - in her chair looking very beautiful and oreu josepii is seateu on the other rwi V4 iti Hirtr um a I niIn ytF fit a it luUUOVUiv i l vrt xcies the middle aged folks were never Olivia says her lover we have JllS nrw till lie vac friiordii n m w frk 1m hil lnil nmp2 ftf uuiui iuiuih Vuiuiuui uuio ui w la IM 1n tlioir rhil1rri orrl tlia rnnnirl iiu imagine all news of him 13 UUU 5 uwi must be I folks appointed him trustee to any level nKBitier of marriage settlements bad isshe replies in herpainful accents He an extremely subject Kow and then 3ou saw n s need we discuss it name as director of some verv T c were always making him their lrm toico A- ex- - -- il ca ui tf4ti It It I laincss anu 11s nonnsu were generally due to the value attaching to his name When you had secured his patronage for any undertakug you might be quite sure it would ride on the top of the tide anu uiumaieiv secure nrm ancnoragem Uis letter to day says Joeph the barbor of public opinion Iknow states that he has suuandered all his that the Society for Christian Potbovs was on its verv last legs when he f ave f capital and that he is absolutely slarv A has taken a berth as a farm 5t hs sanction and nowit scarcely de- - j W- cent to die without leaving it a legacv laborer He seems to have associated in vour will Docoram propriety and i with the lowest Kindly spare me any details respectability had ruled his life from the It is cradle upward He was that entirely extremely distressing He is your odious thing i well conducted bov I brother unfortunately but he has lung dont like decorous boys and I didnt siuca lecu a social outcast and as you like him He neTer tore his clothes nor are aware it is a mot painful feature got into debt he could not have climbed in our future relationship I should a tree to ave his life and he would prefer dropping the subject From which 3011 can see that lie afeoonhave broken into a church as robbed a henroost No one ever was Lad- - Olivia was ossessed among her known to call him Joe or chaff him or t other high qualities if not exaeiU of pla- - an- - tricks on him All the devil- - what Carlyle calls a soft invinciblit- try of the family centered in Jack and still an iuviucibility of a Ten detinfte left nothing but all the dome tic virtues character r viu iu jiramuiwau e- - xui auiiouirii mis cMiemeiv aumira- trcmely courteous manner and to his ble couple found Jack such a listre manner a soft winning voice and to ing subject and declined to discus him both a well secured income of ten thou- - as in fact sieietv in general d d to sand pounds a year and tell me if Han- - me he was a subject of undvug intcr nali More ever conceived a more noble I e t and I am never -- o happvas when I perfect hero am talking of him either on the sly That very evening I was playing a with his poor old father when Joeph rubber at old Lad3 thel eas I always s jsafelv out of the way or quite left her hou e considerably richer in openly and joyfully with his aunt old scandal but decidedly poorer In pockeL Lady Hetty Pimlico of whom more Between the hands Lad C would dis- - anon Wasnt Jack my godson wasnt trilnite crumbs of the very latest gossip Irresponsible for half 1113 clear lad y and an3 social He was my dear bad lad all might pick j sins them up So sas my Lady Uhelscat through Was there ever such a scape I hear Joseph Euston is secured at grace Surch he was posseted b3 all last the devils of mi chief frolic riot and Lhe dealer paused in his deal as a uproar His chooI lays were one long chorus of inquiries rose Little Cecil rebellion he infected the whole school Digby who was my partner raised his he was the ringleader in all mischief nana ana sai Ut now ine 0035 auoreu mm and lol i u iaten to one lean lowed him He could wheedle round sjot tlie girl The creature is detestably slangy j the sternest of masters At last he got says Lady C leaning back in her chair beyond all bounds Iu a momentof 1 liave a great mind to win our utter recklessness he arranged an monev Mc Digby I think 1 might infernal machine eompo ed of a gh e the part giiess all round and yet batter of bottles of Bass which keep my secret by an ingenious device wa timed to Wiry Lady Chelsea cries Cecil I open lire and actually did upon the all the worldknew the day before yes- - j head master in the dead of nght as he tcrday that the beautiful Yankee hpiress lay peacefully sleeping in bed After 31i s Dinah Bt Chicago had landed the that there was nothing to do but expel him jjrizc I went to try to make peace but Lady C shakes her head and sas old Doctor Turner was inflexible The All the world is wrong as Usual lad was demoralizing the whole school he must go But for all that the I then hazard theremark i ties again that asMrs Wilks Wheeler has hacn doctors ev es were full of tears as ho angling for him for her third girl for re ted his -- bands upan my poor lads two years and mark you Mrs W shoulders and spoke his little farewell o he went home Wheeler was the most successful prize- - sermon and ajvice taker for the la t three seasons it was to his fathers house he wa- - then Jif rdbable that this accomplished ladv teen He had demoralized the school nd he demoralized ns had at last brought matters to a crisis He ki scd all 3hen came more shakes of mv ladys the servant girls and the all doted on Iicad and further random guesses on him he had four pet dbgs and three the part of the guests then an interval horses he was the boon companion of of silence as Ladv Chelseas most orac- - all the men servant- I know that old ular voice announced thenanieof Lady Tompkins the butler lent him fifty Olivia Plantagenet The rubber was pounds out of his little saving- - and life suspended for several minutes while we very stable boys would have laid down their lives for blaster Jack Joseph expressed our surprise And now I must tell you something came back from Oxford just about then about Lady Olivia and how it all came if possible more decorous than he went about Eor three seasons every well t had been arranged for some years past thinking mother in Belgravia with auj bat Joseph should enter the bank and thin in the shape of a marriageable Jack the army so in a few years Jack daughter had spread her nets abroad for became Captan Jack Joseph Euston When his father died Itwas one of the loveliest -- ights in all be wosld be Sir Joseph and in the London to meet old Sir Peter ambling meanwhile he was practically the senior along Piccadilly arm in arm with hand partner in the famous old bank of some Jack How the old man doted on Euston Curtis Langbam Philan- - him Aud amid all his vices and they tbrophic mothers with tendencies were man- - Jack had this one tremen toward Exeter Hall had laid desperate dous yirtiire he ahysys adored his And insidious siege to bb heart It is father Aud now old lady Pimlico drifts on aecord that pretty and skittishMJss into this family historv and she plays BoatJowcr old Sir Christophers only Ian important part in it daughter actually became a deaconess j She was Sir Peters onl sster a renounced the gayeties of a whole widow childle s suppo ed to be Le4oa season aliin hopes of seeur- - wealth and known to be mean She tgJoeepk She never indulged in a lived fn a little hou e in Park lane a agte frivolity that season except one j narrow lean littlehouse wedged iu be iMgrbaaarto which Josepb was im 1 tween two big ones She had the warm- J fat and flourishing company and its think I must claim your he answers in preventing his He is going from bad to return worse That is immaterial says Lady Olivia so long as he does not return 1 chck-a-bidd- 1 1 sd a4 Elizabeth is it true And then before she can answer Joseph rises pale and darkling aud cries in a voice no longer decorous Lady Pimlico this is your doing you have striven for years to complete the ruin of your ownhou e But learn one thing your nephew John does not re- Â¬ turn here My Lady flings oil her lippol and He shall return stauds to her guns to my house and to hi- - fa Iters house Whoare you to stand between my lad Listen Peter your and forgiveness son Jack was tempted and lie fell he was a ra cil and a blackguard I dont deny it but he ha- - suffered and he re- Â¬ pents Listen to what he says in a let- Â¬ ter I had only to day He has fallen so low that he works a- - a farm laborer he hant a decent coat to h- - back nor a decent meal to cat he is broken down body and soul But Peter dont our own flesh forget he i your son and blood Old Sir Peter turns very white ri es from his chair and leans trembling to- Â¬ Oh Joseph hear what ward Joseph she says Let Ivm come back again1 4e7 him come back bursts in this Aye but he whirlwind of a woman shall conic back Are you master here A- my Lady Peter or is Joseph waxes hot Jo eph stcadic- - down into a deadly coolness 1 will an wer that que tioi for my father he says folding his hands 011 the table and fookng straight at the old My brother has ruined his own lad future but he shall not ruin miuc he shall not teturn here He strove for year- - to pull down the honor of my fathers name and I have -- t riven for years to biild it up He suffers want He has sown Un misery and shame wind but he is reaping the whirlwind1 All the time he speaks nn Lady i plucking mangy tufts of fur from her peli c Xow she springs to her feet -- brill and redfaced Dont quote Scripture to me You respected you honored you with your smooth tongue and our varnished face A- - a boy you were a coward a- - a man youre a sneak Mv bo sinned but he s lined openly i on air your virtues in the public treet but ou keep your French nov- Â¬ els hidden behind your library -- helves Xow of course these allusions toi in proper books were not at all nice or de- Â¬ corous and T never knew whether they were chance -- hots of my Ladys or based on reliable information but f know that I -- aw So cph grow pale and He ro e white with passion wince he says Madam you are an in- Â¬ solent old woman and if you were not my fathers M ter I should Go on cries Lady Betty the lijrht ol triumph glowing on her old face go on abuse me as mueh as you like But not you or a hundred -- uch shall keep my lad from coming back1 So Joseph drives down to his bank in dudgeon and no sooner ha- - ho gone than poor old Lady Betty breaks down and fairly sobs and this ab ttrd old couple just run into each others arms and cry and laugh aud talk inces antly and proe themselves to be a couple ot fools but J think the clerks and bank otlicials with Joseph in that frame of mind must have had an extremely un- Â¬ pleasant afternoon of it Three months after thi I was airain Poor old Sir calling at Hurley street Peter used alwavs to receive me in Ins study but now the butler told me he sat all day in the dining room which commanded a lookout down the street and there I found him and best of all I found him alone Joseph i at the bank sad the old so man with an unconcealed delight So 1 drew to let us have a quiet talk the fire but I noticed a strange ness about Sir Peter He would break off suddenly in the middle of a sen- Â¬ tence and look down the street and listen So Jack is coining back I said And when We dont know he answered we dont know He may come at any fine I havent told Joseph Im afraid hell be greatly upset but Jack will stay for awhile at his aunts and thuigs will tide over Vloor lad T suy sympathetically Â¬ ter and cres mans face as he turn- - to his sis- Â¬ Oh What when Never mind Joseph I cry he will marry the Lady Olivia and you and Jack will live together and be happy ever aftr As L speak I see tiC old weary watchful eyes glance toward the window and down the street from where he sits he can look right down to the other end of the road It is one of those dreary London days half fog half rain all mst and dirt and misery Suddenly the old wrinkled face grows very whit- - and startled and he rises and moves to the window I follow him and look down the street but I see no- Â¬ body and nothing except two ladies half hidden in water proofs an errand boy and further off a struggling beg gar drenched to the skin arid wending his way to the nearest workhouse Sud- Â¬ denly 1 fed a grip s of iron on my arnu and looking round IseoSir IVr all changed and transformed all his soul looking out of his eyes and before T could speak he had passed from the room down the hall and out at the front door out into the filthy murk air without hat or coat Ilehurried down the road following as best I may Then I hear a half cry half sob as if bf a great joy and longing now fulfilled and I see the old man fling his arms wildly round that beg Â¬ gar mans neck and kiss him on the lips again and again oh -- o pas Â¬ sionately so then I pause standing a little way off unwilling to disturb so sweet and sacred a joy iner I go up and taking both Jacks hands in mine 1 say Bring him home Jack and welcome home yourself Ah how shall I ever forget what I saw in the hall Jack and I helped Sir Peter in feeble now exhausted and spent He sinks on the hall seat but holding his sons hands tight then Jack falls on hs knees aud hides his thin wan face on his fathers hands weak as any hysterical Oh take me back again woman 1 know Pve been a bad son I father know Ive disgraced you all but Pve fallen so low and l have suffered so much aud 1 have repented Oh give me another chance As he speaks sev- Â¬ eral of the servants run into the hall and gather round them Then 1 saw in Sir Peters face the most beautiful look I ever saw on any human features I think it must have been the reflection of the Divine love of the Great Father of us all So rising he stands before us the poor lad -- till kneeling at his feet then stooping he raises liim tenderly holding him in his loving arms oh so closely and sars in a clear strong See here all of you this is my voice son Jack my very own son He shall once more eat at my table once more sleep beneath my roof By anil by Jack and I are sitting alone in the diivng room and Im not ashamed to own and I know Jack wouldnt be that we both broke down and cried a little I was a weak old man and he a weak young one Looking at hm stead- Â¬ ily I could see how want and poverty and hard life had ground him down The poor wan face was pinched and white and the blue eyes that used to be so gay and full of life had a hunted haggard look Jack sits in the deepen Â¬ ing London twilight and tells me his weary hstory Debt dishonor gam- Â¬ 1 doesnt know that home guess who that lady is Well Jack she is LadvViolet Stan Â¬ ley Well u lele Stanley is an ugly name though you mightnt think it sb Im going to give her a new one and present yon with a new niece Kiss her and tell her you love her for my sake and her owntoo Before they go I ask Jack to keep a little corner of his heart for me to creep into for old loves sake and Jack says Temjile Bar he will found I have flung the past behind my back he is the very apple- of my eye I forbid yon to cast one word in his teeth If you can not live in peace with him you must live elsewhere After man- - months things settled down Joseph married the Lady Olivia and took a house in Park lane and was as happy ever afterward as re- Â¬ spectable people deserve to be and Jack steadied down and never sowed any more wild oats His father grew into a happy old man and as long as he lived Jack never married Then Lady Pimlico died and left him all her savings and when I last saw my boy he had ripened into a king of men happy rich pros-Â¬ perous and honored the old Pght still dancing in his blue eyes and he had over a stalwart arm ready for an old man to lean upon Only yesterday Jack called at my chambers and iu the carriage were two ladles the younger and pretter jumped out and she and Jack ran up stairs Sitting as I was in my easy chair the two young people took a very unfair advantage of me Violet sat at my feet put her arms up- Â¬ on my knees aird Jack leaned over the back of the chair with his arms around my neck Dear uncle Bob he al- Â¬ ways called me uncle after he came - RARE BIRD EGGS PITH AND POINT Do not be discoarajgwt Buoamt discover that joe ara aot a genius An eminent seieatisk dusrare that genius is a form of epilepsy Tmmm w The Carious Assortment Which a SaYaa nahXaa Has Collected Hows your collection of eggs com- Â¬ ing on asked a reporter of Mr Troup jei Perry CARPET REMNANTS The jrauy Ways in WJiIrli Scraps Are UC Io ei OT to Alvantije What do you do with all your asked a reporter of a salesman scraps in a carpet house Well we have a great demand for them was the reply Remnants of carpets dont go begging by a large ma- Â¬ jority In fact the demand is largely in excess of the supply In the first place the long ends of rolls in patterns wlrch we do not wish to carry anymore are sold to the second hand dealers who pay a good price for them say sixty or seventy five per ceut of their wholesale value in the piece They buy of all the dealers and often find another remnant of the same kind which they add to the first and make up a carpet large enough for a small room which they sell to their customers as a nrsfit and fre- Â¬ quently get as much for as though it was cut to fit the room We often sell full rolls that have been soiled at the ends or that are in patterns out of date to the same men who use them in the same way It is surprising what a de- Â¬ mand their is for misfit carpets A woman will pay full price for one and think she has a bargain Then the smaller remnants say from two to four ards long If they are bright fresh goods we make rugs of them by sewing on borders and sell them without loss If they are a little shop- Â¬ worn or soiled we sell them to the lounge manufacturers who use them in their business A large number of the cheaper lounges are made by the furni- Â¬ ture men and are nearly all covered with these pieces of carpet Still smaller pieces are sold to the dealers who pay about twenty five per cent of the orig- Â¬ inal cost and sell them as mats and rugs for a good hundred per cent The small cuttings and scraps are sold by the pound to the hassock and ottoman makers who drive a thriving trade with the wholesale houses one of which han- Â¬ dles two hundred and fifty dozen has- Â¬ socks a year There isnt much waste in the carpet business in spite of the trouble in matching patterns which is such a bug- Â¬ bear to tue economical housewife who wonders why it takes twenty two or twenty three yards of carpet to cover a room only nineteen or twenty yards in area Oil cloth samples and remnants are in demand for vestibules and stove rugs and when too small for these pur- Â¬ poses are bought by the carnage manu- Â¬ Chkurfo Xaos Nicely was the reply Ive got in some new ones and if vouve a mother-in-la- w feat a few minutes to spare youll find them matter for jestins or any sort ef trifll worth looking at with Boston EecortL ex Yes Xetos man went with Mr Perry The Onlv twenty George made me pr to his residence and there saw more plained kinds and varieties of eggs than he had when we were married that J w I was tweaty thea never dreamed were in existence There were mean change I my promise T to keep eggs of all sizes shapes and colors Telegram from the size of the tiny titmouse as I hate that man exelaiecLSxs large as a pea to that bf the ostrich Uppcrcea Yd like 0 Make a4s Ufa large enough to make a square meal for miserable Tell you what said her two hungry men Tho eggs are all husband warmlyrPll send the rilfewL classified and labeled each set of from an invitation to your aasleaJe- - Well one to a dozen or more in a separate torture him 1 Bitrdette apartment American millionaire who war An Show 111c some of the rarest ones looking at a level tract of land which he asked the reporter had just bought at an extravagant pric Well heres about the smallest egg saidto theagen who badsoktittohim in the wot Id It is laid by the California So 1 do admire a rich green flat titmouse They are quite common Ho 1 significantl- - replied the agent though aud arc remarkable only for A Y Post their size Heres something not found Minks Yes I am feeling anser ever day the rock wrens egg It is kblv and I rcallr cant afford to hire a found in California too The little yo try fellows build their nests all along the doctor Winks Why dontthe drec my plan Its founded on Pacific coast in the crevices of the rocks Minks They tions alwavs- given bv doctors do every Â¬ Then heres the thrushs c Winks I are quite common i have eighteen IEh Whatis thai to Omaha Wort varieties of them This is one called thing I dont want She lames do you know you put the Sevainosus warbler which I was the first to discover eggs on three bnttons on the plate in church toI found these what I was May 13 a year ago They are found dav He Yes I knew about She lames perhaps you dont only in Georgia and South Carolina know that I bought those buttons ves Tins is something I prize very highly the Florida Towhee There are but terdav for mv new dress and paid fifty Wilmington two sets in the United States and this cents apiece for Uicm Â¬ is one of them Heres the black snow Star My dear said a Concord lady to birds csrr from New Brunswick tho her husband if you do not make fly eateher from Arizona and one from Arkansas And heres something that baste we shall be late to the School of Thilosophv xYrent vou nearly ready lots ot people get mixed up the I will bereadv replied the husband he widow and chuck-will- -t The crrg of the latter is about twice the who is not much of a philosopher just size of the former This is a funny fel- Â¬ as soon as I can find my chestnut bellr flesh-and-blo- od Siflings It is only tke abstract aiotfcec-ia-lajust The eoaereta who is joked about se if - -- whip-poor-w- ill Wh- - dont vou bring your friend the scarlet tanager It never builds its own nest but lays in the first around to the house Mr Feathcrly inquired Bobby as that young man nest it comes acro s have a seated himself in the parlor Ireplied Mr Perry brought out the eggs of the good manv friemls Bobby bobolink from Vermont which visits Which friend Indulgently here in the winter as the rice bird the Feather r John Barleycorn cow bird do you mean Stirling from England the from i ucatan five varieties of the black- Â¬ Pa says you arc a great friend of bis X Y Sun bird six of the lark including one from Mexico and four varieties of the Bagley Going fishing to day De oriole One of the most curious of all Baggs No sir Too much business to was that of the burrowing of Cali- Â¬ attend to Very well 111 think of fornia which builds its nest in a hole yon when Im sittiug on the shady bank from six to ten feet under ground An- Â¬ hauling in the two pound beauties- other collection was that of the Ameri- Â¬ Thats right do And when yon stop can eagle from Cabbage island This at the market on the way home jnz is a white cg about the szc of a goose buv me a string too- - Thats a good Philadelphia CalT egg with an unusually rough surface fellow Then there is the wild turkey ruffed Bobby was awake when his mother grouse plover flamingo sand hill came home from the party at midnight crane pelican woodcock gannet snake Did yon say your prayers to nurse bird horned owl buzzard crow gull Bobby she asked oefore voir went and hundreds of others which it would to bed No mamma I forgot it be almost impossible to mention Well you had better come and say- them Tvc been about five years gcttng to me now What said Bobby in said Mr Perry this collection on does God stay drowsy astonishment and havent near as many as I want up all night Chicago Journal low 4 - About how many different knds have you got alreadv About four hundred How do 3011 get 3 our specimens from the Western Stales and across the ocean You see I always By exchanging get as many sets as I can of a kind that 1 find around here and 1 can always now thereturning A BALL IelHer Who Invented a Toy Which Xettetl Him a Small Fortune bling and the ever downward career that we all know so well He was ask- Â¬ ing after his old Aunt Betty when sud- Â¬ denly there was a clatter at the front door a tremendous bustle and scuffle in the hall and in bursts that redoubtable lady a whirlwind of tears gasps fur joy and inarticulate hallelujahs hi two seconds her faithful old arms were roun Jacks neck and the old lady sob bing on his breast then shc would hold hni at arms length looking him all over then with another sob of triumphant delight fling herself into his anus again I really feared the old ladys mind would give way After much laughing and crving she delivered her elf in this fashion one arm mound lack and the other dominating me I facturers might have been Aldgate pump for all Â¬ 1 exchange them for something that I havent got Theres one though that I have to buy the tufted puffinfrom a -toO Â¬ The collecton represents almost every country in the world and it required a great deal of tine and patience to put it together Savannah Go Aes PATENT RIGHT SHARKS A Scheme ly Wliieh Million- - Hate Iteea Pacific island It cost me What is my collection worth Well according to the system under which I have it classified Rid ways it is worth cverycent of 81500 1 - my boy come back praise od for thathe has come back and not a legon of Joseph- - nor a legion of devils shall drive him away again Who cares for the past To day we begin a fresh chapter Who cares for your niorallies and vour decencies Hang a Kis- - vour old aunt mv em all I -- a Here- she cared KILL o- THE LICE Ilrawn From American FurnirW The exceeding ingenuitv of some of the patent right sharks is exemplified in a recent case in which the writer is In- Â¬ terested and which goes to -- how how a farmer may be put to great co t aud How IIon-Hous- Should ho Treated fore Cold Weather sets In le lad I re-tle- ss- too out poken but no one thinks of that now Jack kis cd her uglv old tear stained face kis es her as tenderly and gallantly as if -- he were his bride and then by sonic -- trange freak the old lady fall- - upon me and ki ses me quite oulrageou ly till Jack takes her hand Aunt I cant forget in mine and -- ays the pa t or your patience and love but Ive come back to redeem it Be pa Â¬ tient and kind to me a little longer as vou would to a iek man whose fever is leaving him she cries Kind to you Jack mantling all over with beautiful pride Leave me alone for that and jo then words fail her Why my darling and the eager old arm- - arc once more round him as if they would never again Then Sir Peter joins them and I go away happy to my own home This is what happened afterward excellent old Tomkins being my informant Aud 1 must tell you the very end of it all which is as happy as a fairy story and mueh more true Our unprodigal son Joseph came back that evening from the b ink in a slate of serene decorum quite beautiful to behold every thing had prospered cxccdingly with him that day He had arranged the settlement- with the Lady Olivia and had kept matters more in his own hands than he had hoped to do As he drove up Harley street even when far off he wa- - astounded 10 see unu ual signs of festivity at his fathers sombre looking house Lights gleamed in the windows aud the whole place was transformed Joseph must have gue sed the truth He stood on the door step in no happy mood Tompkins opened the door his honest face gleaming aud behind him stood bir Peter Whats the meaning of all this father Have von gone mad Then Sir Peter spoke in strong clear Joseph your brother is come tones back vour brother and my son Come in and join us Help us give him a welcome Is this Josephs pale face flushed this the reward of all my years of duty As you say ho is my brother he is your son but he is more than this ha is a Ever thief an outcast a w ndler since he was born he has been a curse and a disgrace to us Then Sir Peter flushed up in a beauti Â¬ ful short lived Indian summer of wrath Peace Joeph no more of this He is my son he was lost ami now he id un-cla- -p tlrnk ometimes dear Aunt Betty -- is The hen houses must be cleaned out during autumn if the hens are to bo kept through the winter The are fairly Xo wonder tho alive with lice then hens want to roost in the trees It is that more unfortunate in some human beings can not be made to en- Â¬ dure the torture from these creeping horrors They would be far more mer- Â¬ ciful to their stock if their tle h could honestly creep at the memory of these filthy vermin Lumbermen war pris-Â¬ oners and others who arc forced to live in lice infected places all say that noth- Â¬ ing so tends to destro health and com fort as lice No m ore horrible punish- Â¬ ment would be po sible than to force a man to live in a lousy room Constant torture sleeplessness insanity death would be the result What right ha a man to inflict this dreadful pun Â¬ ishment upon the dumb animals that are placed in his charge lie has no right he transgres es both human and a moral law when he neglects to destroy the vermin on his cattle or turns the hens into a lousy house for the win- Â¬ ter Clean out the hen house or else kill every lieu on the place before cold weather sets in Take a hoe and a shovel and clean out every ounce of manure Take water as hot as you can get it and with an old broom or mop swab out cvevy crack and corner of the plate Burn up the old nests Spraj kerosene into the cracks and edges Put two good coats of whitewash all over the inside Take out the perches scrape them off and pour kerosene along them It will pay to dig out the earth at the bottom of the house and put fresh dirt back Put in pure sand if you can get it Don t neglect this It is a combina- Â¬ tion of business and morality You will get more eggs to pay for it and Cor your conscience will be lighter Enrol New Yorker re-pect--- most intolerable trouble and annoyance without any reason or excuse Some years ago water was brought from springs on the farm to Urn barn yard in pipes to and the dwelling-hou-- e which pumps were attached These springs were from fifty to one hundred and fifty feel from the buildings and Tho pipes several feet below them were laid in trenches dug in the ground A pump was also fitted to a rain water cistern at one corner of the barn Very soon after these pumps were in opera- Â¬ tion a claim was made by printed circu- Â¬ lar for thirty dollars for a patent right on three driven wells The claim was no and not cc taken ignored of it until it had been retimes peated several when the liability was repudiated and the circum- Â¬ Recently an- Â¬ stances were explained other crcular was received from an atÂ¬ torney demanding 51 30 with a threat to sue in default of payment and to ask the court treble the amount and the costs besides Agan the creumstance were explained and there the matter rests From the experience of other farmers under similar circumstances it is proba- Â¬ ble that unless this outrageous demand is pad a costly suit in the United States couits will be begun and although the defense is perfect and no drivcu well or any well has ever been used the total costs will exceed the demand several times and there will be no remedy against the alleged owner of the patent right Thousands of farmers have paid the 10 claimed as the fee lor this in- iquitous patent rather than be put to fifty times the cost lor defending them- Â¬ selves and millions of dollars have thus been drawn from the public iV 1 Â¬ For a good many years summer and winter rarn or shine John Burke a peddled good stalwart Irishman through thecty of Brooklyn from Retl jHook to Grcenpoint and from Fulton Ferry to East New York He was known b all the children In the dis- Â¬ tricts which he visited He liked to see a good looking girL and he married three times Catherine Burke wa his third wife and he married her because she had iwn in hs nmnlnv tlnrTiio- - th lifMium of wife No 2 Catharine was ambltlousv land -- he induced John to make an effort to rise in the world He engaged jn the business ot a fakir and went about with a little platform from which he harangued his audiences under his arm and with a little coal oI lamp stuck on a long pole which served to illuminate the surroundings John tramped through the States of New York New Jersey Pennsylvania Connpt tcut and Miissachusetts and made money When he stood on liu stand near the village tavern a crowd soon gathered about himhis oil lamp and his little roslrum His talk to the rural publ c was full ot the native wic tol an Irishman and he always got hid shearers into good humor with hissallies and small talk before exposing hip wares to their wondering gaze John thad a mind with an inventive turn and turned it to good account He made a name for himself by inventing what hi known a the returning ball a rubber globe attached to a rubber string and cleared 30000 Then the Burke familv rose from its ob curityand looked down from ftac tinancal height upon its admiring John Burke and his wife neighbors gave splondd entertainments- to theic particular friends at which the punchbowl was frequently emptied and wauy a nel was reeled and many jig was jigged Johns particular friend helped him to get awav with a largfj part of his wealth Wliat he had left he invested in a big tenement house In York street with a mortgage of Sf4 00 In September last year Cath Â¬ arine Burke got a decree of separation from her husband on the ground of cruel and inhuman treatment Brooke Ifjn Tones -- HOW it is worked The Kir Diamonds Which Blaze oh Hatel Time Siylish Gloves for Early Wirter The novelties in gloves are colors dear to the heart of all French women namely all delicate tints of dove gray pearl and mauve- - The e manv importers offer in preference to the lon-faored tan and beige -- hades The latter however are still highly popular with a d large class of women and the new autumn tints in these begin with a pale chamois dark ecru and a yellow ru set for deeper tints Of the novel colors for chopping and street wear generally are handsome shades in golden brown chesnut mahogany and Evening gloves are of nn cttir color dressed kid chiefly and show oxqni ite tints in PersianTilac pearl tea rose cameo flesh flowering almond maize and palest canary color Gloves re still exceedingly long for evening wear and medium in length for street uses Although the glove in promenade dress is sfjil drawn on above the sleeve the fashion is not so generally folio wed as formerly A Y rosU Â¬ vbest-drc-je- -- Wanted Rows All Around Madam Parvenue who had grown suddenly rich by an oil well spouting in her buck yard consults an architect in regard to an elegaut and costly resi tlencence which she intends to build Architect Do you wish a rotunda in the house Madam Parvenue Yes I want a ro- Â¬ tunda in tue house and two or three rows of tundas running round the out- Â¬ side of the house Pittsbu rgh L hronidt - A eucalyptus tree fifty feet from a well in Alameda County CaL sent two roots through the brick wall of a well fifteen feet Delow the surface and com Â¬ pletely covered the bottom with a mat ot libers J v 4- - GrU Shirt Fronts People get off a great many very ancient jokes about tho big diaBioed worn by hotel cterks remarked a salesman at the Hotel Anderson last night and as a result most persorer have gotten the idea into their heads that those same diamonds are nothing but chunks of paste rt Do you wish the great reading pnb lie to infer that they are anything else I do just that Most of the diaataa worn by hotel clerks are genuine Onlv la t week while I was at Atlantic City 1 -- aw at hotel clerk from whose breast one of the largest and purest diamonds I over saw glittered But of course he didnt pay for it and tor tell the truthJi didnt belong to him It didnt belong to him No my dear boy it didnt He wai wearing it for an advertisement X great many jewelry firms advertise their goods in just that way Almost anV watering place yon mavgo te vou will see the hotel clerks blazing With ui-monds that will make your eyes bulge out Its a good dodge for the jeweler and it plea-e- the clerk But how is the ieweler beneKtad Well it doesnt cost any thing thjc a clerk wear a diamond a few months and during that time rich visitors sine to inquire ibout the stor alc where it was purchased and so oa The clerk ofcour e tell whatnots it cs from recommends the visitec te 3p there and often gives Kim a raa f troduction to the proprietor ISSC PUCaburch Dispatch s-- t X S ia o 2U - - FIGHTING AN ANACONDA travel southward brought us to Lake How a BrsTe Sailor Lad Made a Huge taft 8WKr Ke aly s w w4e rf the n Bcptllo Give Up Jts Prey e aafwewtariy wrtM h gmgitai Wnn wlnro tnonramwi wnm1 miUi JIHC1 n Win MM Bgrf4 Jr AHl M frtl An old gentleman from Rcrvimg our in 5 ifVtT ma wk to etfr beeactc tl l lnm nnil lliat- ika 11 Wiusvu YVILUUUI UW Mass lo whom I have several times rxMuwiriwna iKuiiku luainail nnil r - n iwuiunui U1U NI1C UUUUl u been indebted for a good stoiy sas a eti i m- mu l uit juiuuenr aual lo Our hewildnr- - ihf rivor ftimidllfMI liv tUn Wnnn nraal-A MAN I LIKE story writer has told this one of a xnent However as we hastened across and thus not only mL Jerome and young sailor who was a bo when tho ineJogs to learn its meaning we all the lumberers sent back to aid us but vhe aH eB tit lars whTHw siTHM pose Una aiva trn OUt Steimc UltO tllft rnsliinorriTkiil vnn -nnnnfwl L1ILI IlilJLi r ri IlIITllIi b old gentleman was a boy named saeoc wy soafet as Jt rteea K1 uerea visible by its pale wreaths of UIILIU11LUI litl our escape ltLltlllthe Weno Phineas Guerne3 wee oc at of our lives from at He finds to do foam and then the truth flasliMl nnnn Falls liaUous Magazine This Phins first glimpse of equa-Â¬ XUbe KIM wl slums the sosle spirit us that some violent blow had broken ly 5 aW8 of Arthurs tabic I uic nuge raft into the number of small torial countries was at an unknown lauding on the South American coast Wlte feefete rface ts Hh life prove his rea ones of which it had original v Iwen RUNIC INSCRIPTIONS Composed and that Otir ntrn Vnrtirm We can imagine how the sight of trop- Â¬ FJ- m a mi that aveUs above the Munuiurut Krected Over the Jtoncs of ical luxuriance and palms ami llianas jgre ma jhad separated from all the rest leaving Druids ScotK and Scandinavians astonished his northern eyes The Good j my brother and me alone for Jerome sAwyet etae wlso ca understand the worrv slept on We niust not omit to mention the Adventure his ship lay a week or another part of the raft As Of seate ofctwee oretber f nllen in Jm pette him a fciad word the road j soon as we discovered our positon we Runic monuments that abound many more in the cove and one afternoon mld the Jim 1 i aiu iu aunounce it to tnc lumberers of them m a remarkable state of preter- Â¬ Phin took a rather venturesome ramble aa easlagfeBd apon his load rle following the crooks and bends of a mit m the tumult of voices mirs r mm t WM brave souiedea to day are maincd iunheard Again and a0 ain we VIioliifl iT- - i Ainiio Iinld irA wnrt iv small tidal river aofdea As our 3oung explorer went on tho r crc Dut 5th same Mm hea VT doors win - 1 f n wiuic grauuaiiv tiic voices Tew vi i iuiauimuiu I I tu stillness of the place was broken ui nlK4UB lioSIKat the COTlHel tliafr la fUtltr rniriTT- lUttl 4l IIIVJUII I1U- I- ie nnf for frnm lnimloc uujiuio iu 11111 heavy splashing in the stream at some w vr iivm uuujjiuj minmirc ivj were UJU JHnnSvttf pons oi tnc raft Aswaft6a 1 whom a nation may confide alreadv scatter-- j been one of the most ancient burying distance ahead followed in a moment ai iragui au sounu ceasea as places in the kingdom Here it is said or two b3 frightful bellowings and all J1o -- j rtv n WKU oroau Jts stariy the commingled sounds ol a deadly tliey passed entirely out of hearing ZSS7 the bones of Druids Scots and Scandin tussle Phin stood rooted to the ground JMgHw msieoHtents It can not hold hk We were men not casilv daunted but avians bold friars and might chief- Xh Trav ff fe to him who upright marches though more from astonishment than w cipiH n far off street of jrold alone m j lahts haY0 been crinnbling for centuries fear Then the strange bawling and P1 -- AferwWATfAptesti j Indianavotis Journal the darkness anions the ranids which might at anv moment bronk un thr rift Xcar the old church which is now fall- - splash ng continuuig he wo drawn bv 7 g to a great curiosity to i ee what sort of a I hpnnili j i rnt niiuu uic uiiat means crosses decav arc three Scandinavian fracas was LIFE ON A EAPT vri itoi Sonic time the were discov-Â¬ going on and what beasts were available to save ourselves we ered by a laborer tying horizontally in were fighting Running toward the knew nothing There seemed nothing e Two Brothers Nearly Dashed Over left us but patience and divesting the earth the are now elevated on noise he came out near a great a small mound One of with long drooping branches the ourselves of our heavier cloth- Â¬ inscriptions a Cataract may be rendered which grew partly in the water and saw ing in case of emergency a horned creature he Thorial jSeaki we zt awaiting daylight and thus to 1lach his son theerected this plunging to and froas with deseribud it cross nephew of the bggest TtisTiow some years since that ae what it miirht disclose Meanwhile Labr In the same church are two snake there ever was in the world CpMnied hy my brother and under the waves still foamed around us tvs if other monuments one leaning against hanging hold of the animals nose and the guidance of an experienced hunter the rapid were interminable and the the church wall the other close to the rolling and tumbling itself in great and ls4rtctl for three months shooting in raft grated rockssrrounded inccssantlv gate which probably belong to the glossj folds on the ground against the At Never had Phin seen nor heard of theCuMadian wilds Our plan was to day dawned revealing leurth iust as same period Just outside the entrance to our aston- Â¬ 1 ravel by canoe to the lower end of ishment our raftwedred anion the gates of the church yard atKirk Michael such a snake as that before He de is large stone cross more forty ornament- claredthat it JxkcHuronTamI then plunging into rocks near the shore she gave a sud ed awith animals and richly figures in- Â¬ long and as was round than the foot Â¬ as big other thr primeval forest lo make a circuit i den jerk and whirling round into the tended apparently to represent a stag foremast and that it was hitchedbrigs way 1at would bring us out somewhere on rapm soon swept down into the smooth hunt On the edge of the stone the fol- Â¬ up to a limb of the tree b3 its tail lib water below 3lc St Lawrence lowing words arc inscribed which must says of it that it was a waller snake sever was a pleas We had now leisure to look around be read from the bottom upward with black spots all along its back and 5 liter excursion Those aged woods us As wc expected none of the other sides1 but belly was skim Iualtir sunr M gray aud grim in ivin rafts were visible but great was out eras thana Thurulfs eins Kautha risti color also that its head was yellow milk and that its aft Frithu mutliur sina seemed to icr grown disappointment lo discover that the Joalf son of Tliorojf the Red erected black and that its eyes were bulged out have young again beneath the affluence of river now flowed between sharp rocky this stone to his mother Frida On like two chiny sasers and were green JoVves vhilc every sunlit glade was filled batiks and that if as we meditated we one side of the gateway is a cross as frog spit except in the middle w th flowers ami blossoming vines of swam ashore to continue our journey embellished wlllj carvings of a harper where the looked like bright brass Back and forth plunged the bullock every hue hung as garlands from the on land wc should be unable to climb a dog and two men carrying wea2onsj branches as if the woods ivcre decked the wall like barrier The only re- Â¬ on the opposite side is another beauti- Â¬ bellowing loudly in its fright and dis Â¬ for some high festival But more pleas Â¬ source left us little as we understood ful ornamented with knot work The tress but when once these water boas was to remain on former is the more worthy of notice as get a grip with their strong retroverted ant still to the sportsmans heart was its management and float along board the raft at the it contains only Celtic names the char- Â¬ teeth it is next to impossible for an an- Â¬ the xbundant game -- the timid deer will of the current and rapids until acters and dialect being unlike those of imal lo break away from them At wJfsL fled at our approach the great gri3ylear ready to bid us defiance some change in the shore might favor any other inscription found in thej length the boa got one huge fold over island The date of itprobablv is about the bullocks rump and threw its hind the panther and wolf lurking our landinir j Meanwhile out ot a loose plank 1238 The latter tells us that Mall- - legs from under its bod Very short within the coverts not to speak of the wc contrived a tiller to get brigd son of Athakan the smith I3 now it would have mastered the partridges and bustards and the bril- Â¬ some command over the un Â¬ erected this cross for his soul but his steer if Phin had not had a wrong to liant small birds flashing lkc errand wieldy craft which still held its way kinsmen Gant made this cross and all right From the outset our 3011 ng bjoj soms among xhe trees Mean Â¬ But as the hours passed in Man1 Another finely carved cross sailors sympathies had been with the while despite our pleasure our time down stream by showing no break in the stern bank which once stood near Bishop Wilsons horned creature grew short iuid it became necessary to of rock between which we glided our tomb leans at present for support To see neat stock used in that wa3 bend our steps howeward and against the porch of the church Kirk by an ugh monster of a snake wont VVe had not traveled far in this new hope of landing began to fade direction when we came to the banks of when night again fell on our loneliness Maughold which is one of the oldest against Phins grain and at this junc Â¬ considerable river flowing across our our helplessness and our ignorance of churches in the island and dates from ture he dashed in with his chccloolth and route-- Wc had no boat to take us over what dangers might await us on that the fifth centuiy is rather famous began to hammer the snakes head with unknown we felt despair all his might among which it Hd Jeromc the guide searched dil Â¬ Almost to river surprise nighnight was for its crosses two bearing may heavy as a sledgeThe chccloolth awas as our the and Phin had sturdy efii be mentioned igently Ijcnealh the overhanging alder got through safely and morning saw gies apparently of St Patrick and St arm of his ovvn 3et his first blows and hemlock boughs in case some craft backwoods or hunter traveler our shapeless stream still floating down Maughold a pillar ci oss most beauti seemed not to produce the slightest ef- Â¬ the solitary with those dark fulh and elaborately sculptured five fect upon the intent monster But ud might have hidden his canoe there precipices crowned with pine forests feet high bearing on one side a repre- Â¬ denl3 it relaxed its hold and with a liutJtone was to be discovered and we still frowning upon us from each side sentation of the crucifixion and on the single convulsive roll of its coils Hung ereTuefullylKJginnmg to follow our and those frequently recurring rapids other the Virgin and Child with a figÂ¬ itself far back under the ree The strr guiue s auvice anu iravei rouna oy tne Txver s source which would involve checkering our course About noon wc ure kneeling etc and a double wheel thus left free struggled lo its feet shook tome ten or twelve days extra journey entered upon the fiercest wc had yet en- Â¬ sandstone cross nearly seven and a half its horns and staggered off through tho Our when one of those huge rafts in which countered breakerstiller was useless feet high Inisthe churchward at Bal canes which roared and laugh there among the Phin was delcrnined to finish the an interesting Runic backwoods timlcr for exportation is raged around the raft cross which has well withstoodthc rav Â¬ life of the boa but a poisonous effluvia convened down countrv came in sight its bodv filled the air ami Johns Chapel is I grew almost terrified as I noted how ages of time at St inscription to the fromso sick that he left the reptile made It was floating slowlv along on the al him to its another bearing an most imperceptible current its single swififly we sped past the rocks which Youth Companion effect that Inosruier engraved these uncertain fate largo sail giving just sufficient way to here and there stood up from the waves the floating island to allow the enormous like silent warncrs and yet more was I runes and at Onchan not far from tiller to guide it aright while the smoke alarmed when looking ahead I beheld Douglas are two slabs upon which are ERUPTIVE DISEASE from the half score shanties scattered the long vista of leaping surging cas Â¬ carved Runic characters and fantastic Society its surface rising against the deep green cades down whose troublous course we forms of animals London Affliction Which Are in Keality Iksijiv in DisKuNe forest the ever changing groups of should be driven if the fabric beneath But back- Â¬ figures and the lines of waslied clothes aur feet still held together As prefatory I will remark that the NEW GOLD FIELDS Jmttering in the breeze added to its woods rafts arc niade for such encoun- Â¬ true difficulty is back behind what we ters fcarlcsslv the log boat plunged picturesque aspect As the raft drew near we perceived from ledge to ledge At length a deep Oinicullic- - Under Which the uial la to are accustomed to call the disease whch lie Obtained in Australia mav be regarded as the index of the tve that a canoe was towed astern and reverberating roar rose above the For some years the Government of rangement of the svstem the evidence My brother hailing the slumberers we requested its surrounding tumult use to cross the river which they readi- Â¬ and I started at the unexpected Western Australia has offered a reward of internal obstructions or of general ly accorded But while the little bark sound then we looked eagerly forward of 5000 for the discover of a pa3ablc impurit3 Indeed what we call dis Â¬ was being paddled to land a new idea and perceived but a short way ahead a gold field within three hundred miles of ease is but a symptom evidence of a deÂ¬ struck us wc would ask them to take clouu of Silvery haze floating like a a declared port From recent news praved state of the bodv the outward us as passengers Ilafting was a mode halo over the surface of the river It it would almost appear that manifestations of recuperative efforts of travel cntirelyncw to us and the was the confirmation of our newly from Perth thought of that smooth summer sail was awakened fears the unerring indication a profitable gold field has at last been or a manifestation of the curative efWc learn that Messrs a great temptation lo travelers weary that a cataract was before us and that discovered forts of nature for the removal of inwith plodding through the woods The we were rushing at railway speed on a Malet and MEwen who were sent b ternal derangement the ejection or dis- Â¬ needful negotiation was soon concluded terrible and speeuy death the Government to explore the Kimber posal of the impurities of the bod3 It and in half an hour wc found ourselves 2sevcr shall I forget the pang of that lcj district in the extreme north of the is claimed that all of the efforts of na Â¬ not only on hoard th raft but the j fearful discovery the bitter prospect of happy possessor of a Nhanty some ix dymg m health and strength and yield- Â¬ colony have returned after an expedi Â¬ ture are of a merciful character all in feet square INevcr do I remeinber any ing up the hopes and aspirations of our tion which nearly proved disastrous to the line of cure or improvement though th ng more delightful than lo sit within unclouded 3 011 th the thought of the dis Â¬ the explorers They lost ther horses from adverse circumstances or the eon its shadow and as our raft glided tant home we should never see again and having consumed all their provi- Â¬ fusion produced b3 the interference and noiselessly along the widening river to and the beloved and loving ones soon to sions only escaped starvation bv coming opposition of attendants failures often These principles are well illus occur watch the ever varying scenery through be doubly bereaved and worse than all unexpectedly to a settlers- hut where trated bv the usual eruptive diseases ts which wc passed tin dark the knowledge that the dear brother alternating with bright green must share our impending fate With they obtained assistance The party connected with which there i more or oak and birch and sycamore woods a warm impulse of fraternal love wc arrived barefooted their boots having less of the discharge of effete putrid I in Â¬ the swelling hills showing their clasped each others hands all that re- Â¬ fallen to pieces on the tramp of one and poisonous matters hundred miles Mr MEwati nearly clude what arc usually regarded as pCturesque outlines against the clear mained to us now was to die together of tho diseases voung as the blue fky and the occasional tributary Meanwhile the din of the fall swelled to succumbed to the hardships of the jour A quantity of the new gold has measles chicken pox small pox and ne streams some dashing down their a thunderous roar that reverberated waters in silvery cascades others bearÂ¬ through the surrounding woods the alreadv found its way to England Ac- Â¬ the like though this last is as often ing on their placid bosoms some small tumultuous rapids surged into a liercer cording to advices from Derby the port known among adults I claim there raft with its tiny shanty and little fam Â¬ fury and urged- - the raft to a of the countrv named after the pres- Â¬ fore that all such as the measles scar ily group lo be linked on lo the float- speed which made her tremble while ent Lord Derby aud situated at the head latina chicken pox and raphes gener ing island stood of Kings sound large numbers of ally are renovating steps in the develwe her hapless passengers We found also endless interest in sdcnlry awaiting our inevitable doom people who were totally unfitted for opment of the voting that all purify watching the doings of our migratory to 11 swept over that relentless fall to the work were starting for the Kim naturally as the eruptions arc attended As the roads are by effete matters more or less visible village The tall brawny lumberers in Â¬ be tossed in that horrible abss and berley gold fieldrough and provisions scarce and dear 1 also claim that all dscharges from dolently lounging about ther easy linally cast forth disfigured and bruised duties of trimming the sal taking their among the seething eddies of the still with an absence of water it goes with Â¬ sores cancers not excepted arc but the turn is steering arid drawing the troll- Â¬ rushing river It was a fearful inter- Â¬ out saying that no one need venture in results of natures efforts at purifica ing lines which rarely failed of fish val Nearer and nearer the raft drew search of wealth without being supplied tion just to this extent prolonging life while their wives grave rugged women to the fatal brink nearer and yet with plenty of 1101103 nl tm ample even when the caso proves fatal The clad in dark jclticoats and snow wlule nearer until Me could almost look into supply of provisions The country is fact that the escaping matters often sun bonnets were perpetually busy the dark void bevond Her last mo described as closely resembling the prove excoriat ng producing sores or irritations wherever the3 touch the district in Queens lcnittlng cooking washing or chasing ment and ours alike seemed come and Peak Down land The gold is much scatÂ¬ skin will illustrate their putrid and thcirreDcllious children about the raft in the deep anguish of such a iarting poisonous character tered but the guides are numerous or else in feeding the cocks and hens wc clung closer to each other The bod3 become- - impure in an abIt i expected that so soon as the thai talked among the Jogs and with Suddenly the raft approached auothor alluvial gold is worked out productive normal state from eating impure food completed our i wrathful turkey cock was nearer to un as well as reefs will be laid bare l a t Imii ttrrlif vtl The Khnborlcy as that of very tender meat- - when jiM m passiygs iarCr thun those which had preceded it district contrary to what many have made so as it often is by iish anu eating 01 amj presented a narrow footing the iu and wereujJUf of from age or from eating so supposed is a country about four jsupper acu Thought at such moments is swift as half time- the size of Scotland and a much that all can not be digested pu- Â¬ with mjcuto Jaugbtcr Jiaa given piaw tu johtnnr and action little less so and splendid rivers and with millions of trefying in the stomach or in the bow- Â¬ wm -sleep uwas oeauniui 10 0 t hsd sepn this ark of honft acres of pastoral and agricultural land els from failing to breathe sufficiently c of those- ouiet women A swell over the J J 7 UiUlUUl UUUI1UV U IWU33 L1II 1UI The climate has been commended b of pure air or breathing pestiferou- - air Ann v sianitTivcr m ut- wnS dxwlu mc w th him Jind wUh a Jes Captain Grey and other explorers as and foul vapois but the inactivity of of rome old hymn oerate leap omv lo be ventured in peril one of the finest and healthiest in the the skn the pores being so clo ed that days we pursued our Tor over the uch as ours Last jear the population num- the effete matters can not escape and an ofVushTng water on to the trople bered onh about one hundred white for a general want of cleanliness In our gradually But Another moment and I men the blacks who are not numerous rock bevond this condtion nature always seeking as the creased too lllu eniCd it am standing in eom- - are tractable Sheep cattle and horses cleanliness attempts a purification a umc uio in strength and alter etv on that small but im i thrive well so that whether or not the through some of the outlets acting like livc iull watched river DCgan xo urwvbv jwn Wl Hrt movable refu re wc go nearjvthe raft gold fields fulfill the expectations of tho sewers of the city in the failure of -rape over wnosc iucvi we hul wli05e fate sharedt those who seek their fortunes at the gold which the skin is put under contributhumpea anu Duiu n pllinTe ovcr the foaming cataract tolbe fields there is a fine country to de tion the natural escape for mo t of purging slopes wc slid thanks to the J j j t rf d 1 velopc Derin the capital of this dis- Â¬ this impurity being through the pore- VH1 merrmr from their uii wc were gin rounu oymany trict at the mouth of the Fitzrov river This is sought throuuh eruptive dis Â¬ dangers unharmed for in those das mo i dangers isiugio sity migm ueiacn us consisted lately of but a few huts and ease sores absce-se- - and even cancers th uv did not exist on even the a Govern- Â¬ the discharges from which prove a rock a single swave still sweep tent and is irc wentedWards auy contrivance to from thethe talis while looking land- - ment resident the station of rush to blessing all that is thrown off being Should the us oyer of sudi descents les en tlie evening of our river ward nothing was visible save a few the gold fields continue doubtless all just so much eliminated so much 11 aS the fourth around wlfch the this will soon be changed Chambers poison thrown out of the body just to vovs re Supper was pa and the sup- I dark jutting rocks 1 heir that extent diminishing the occasion for loameil slippery Journal sung and my broker anu nver afforded little hopewet escape disease There is no sen e no phil- Â¬ of yet our blankets lid wrapped ourselves inour bear skin points our only one and therefore must osophy in the popular idea in the past 1pp it was 111 foiinn cn An affected mamma on a Sixth av- Â¬ wat - l Xiavl u utfl W4u TirMrll hrnmtil Mnmttn enue car told her little girl to look out or among the ignorant that sores rur 6uv touches when we were suuuemy awaiv- wuit a- - only jnitrid matters the life a of the window ami see if she could see escape awaj retention of which as we have JMfl Yrllf lnfimmn water Supnosingwe xnenceil our hazardous task of leaping lir Innr blood poisoning A -- till for from rock to rock closing our ears to t1l rtl ii A vn Ant innr iinn- - mru scan causes were descending a rapid we lay the mr- - the deafening roar and our eyes to the sudden retention of this poison will al w two Xmuelcr h himV moment tim hcnnrin But was produce more o- - le s commotion than linrrrmcr riirrrnt ovcr vvhiph wp njissnnr i - 1 rf nnnearfci t wuui Y n in the system if not death in evtremo jri ji J1IU2I ui we pursueu our utrmms wiv uuui an itlOTIr IlllUUll 4lrA as cases It is always safe to promote There is living at Andalusia Ala s u sual aiitt t ln br the msrey of lHT lflfTtn ihe fourth 3 an a tnW wet crc u Jon d leave rock brought us to the shallower water a child whose body is covered with hah such discharges having a clean soru Dr our feet foo II tIIanqfordin WatcJmaiu through which we waded to land from one to four meies long j V Usr Ust oj roM pafwr rtteaM Tjeiwceni -il e the author- eBSti4ttMi f Ink ac as vi4i np rf waI ft tk on Hi jTO OOftRESPONDENTS m lor m n-u- W I rific and echoed by the shrill screams I of voraen Some disaster had evident- iy occurred Lut Iicn wo rushed out lOn the Tafi tllC Cloildv dirk-dess prevented our dstinrruish- jnir- what it tVi5- - Whllo- llift nnn f on ol- voices and the hnnro rvovww- F ills wwo v v 1 T -1 cess to the lamt above at minn-minn-rafte The now ruj---e- d bank ffavo casv i i ac- i HOME AND FARM The best time for soil pulvcrizatio Is the autumn because the frost will then penetrate the earth during tha winter Boston Post A little bag of mustard laid on the top of the pickle jar will prevent the vinegar from becoming moulds if the pickles have been put up in vinegar that has not been boiled A T Post Mutton Chop Fried Rub them with salt and pepper put in the frying pan cover them and fry five minutes turn them but once then dip them in well beaten eggs ami then on bread crumbs and fry until browned nicely The Household on both sides Laver cake ought never to be set awa3 on a plate but on something with a fiat surface If 3011 have nothing bet- Â¬ ter tnrn one of the tin jelh cake tins bottom side up and put a while paper over it put the cake on it until 3ou wish to cut it Chicago Tribune Wipe a few nice Fried Apples smooth skinned apples have ready a spider with a little butter and lard in it let it get hot and slice the apples into it sprinkle a little sugar over them great care not to let it burn Blade and fr3 slow to a nice brown Toledo I for tke Arckblsfeop St Ret JPxtsex Xaxokt M-urj- -s Catfcadrai S I - i- - - - ut il 1- Sydney N S W pronounces B Oil the greatest of all oauvcures Jaota SaH RtMimi Is ake ateet cetB aeB ef aK skkt ea exeeeeia flr dteag reeaete Tke dry a rf kot grew rea an roe Is to paiafal erseka walM aau war ia zrea M aers iHiniM fliir Holing BeeCS aat TOHderfalpewereTerttia flgaaoa bleed awl ezaeia the awayer 1 1 - J Se 4 Tbe only persons in the world wh do not like to see redeeming qualities ia tke human race are pawnbrokers JgottifiL Hymeks torch has occasioned muck torcher in the world Boston Jiiilluu -- SHkLcaTK-fHESBtea-- e x jBia 1 AV I -- ii witfeeatasea v M I hate tha big old fashioned sills Bv slow deerees they downward -- Above all other eartkly ills U And often pause or upward tendr With snch discomfort are hey fraBgkt Their good effects amount to nangkt Now Dr Pierce prepares a pill That just exactly fills the bill A relict rather tdatis ail A Pleasant Purgative and small Just try them as you feel their need Youll find that I speak truth indeed The Santa Rosa Jfemecrct tells of whick sings like a caaary Dear clear but this is rougk on rats Jsostn Tnmscript m 11 teaeB8idetaewaterTiinapiawHktkeir tea aad pala M eared as aew I XTXAX Aixxx 2e Chieace IU I aaSered fre airaaafataoM and lew g rtrtfneek alseaadeczetBaeaMMTsaakeC r bead aad which was aaaerte- - I took eee settle Heeda SarsapariiaaBdIlMTe reeetrvd wwm beBeftttkai L aaa verr ratefala td a a atwar clad te speak a seed wr far BeetTs P tttfrBieJra 1 maWsa is t ao88M to daaartee gaa to take Hoods BatjaaaiHIa tte I a4 ever aeartr tr y Jt -- - - WBe-cIa-e- atB8-J8SxTB-- w Lt iJ t- laein Â¬ t 8frtaV Hoods SarsaparHfa Piosaridsy Maaa tht bJ riv Sold br alt draggl fts K stxferlt L HOOD Jt CO Asetkeearies Lew o1oe a - - il ba falling of the hair Gives universal satisfaction As a remedy for throat and lnag trouble we recommend Ayers Cherry Pectoral ihoes are turned out faster than ever Chicago Halls Hair Ronewer never fails toche2c IOO Do On Dotfer lon taking Whet blacksmiths begin to strike horse Jfail m Smls Tonic Sim Â¬ v i sauma-ma-tre- -- -- - Cultivate the peach trees and apply It is said that a ladys standing in societhree hundred pounds of muriate of ty can easilv bo determined by ker dress potash and two hundred pounds of fine at the breakfast table an expensive showy has not ground bone per acre If the soil is costume indicating that the wearer no one yet learned the proprieties But rather heavy this nm be done in the need be afraid of being called shoddy fall but where the soil is light one if her loveliness is as apparent by dayhalf the quantity may be applied now light as at the hops Perfect beauty is alL and the remainder in the spring The never the attendant of disease above and of those diseases peculiar to women peach orchard should always be kept which find a ready cure in Dr Pierces clean of grass and weeds Troy Times Price reduced Favorite Prescription In the absence of meat potatoes to one dollar By druggists boiled in milk where there i plenty A locomotive can not draw a train of of the latter is an admirable prepara Â¬ thought tion for feeding to 3oung growing Glesxs Sulphur Soap purifies and beau- Â¬ A mixture of one third corn chick tifies the skin Hills Hair and Whisker meal and wheat bran with the above 50c will make the young chicks grow Dye Black or brown wonderfully if given fresh ever3 da3 A TiRE rLACE has a grate opportunity The best feed for setting hens is plenty Carl rrelzels Weekly They of good sound whole corn Oxtgex Cure Throat lung nervous dis-Â¬ should have plenty of fresh water to eases Book free Dr Geppert Cincinnati0 drink Albany Journal The be t horsemen do not water a A nouBLis SHELLrace Clams and oysters Hartford Timts horse for an hour and a half after eat Â¬ ing The old sav ing is that a hore has Ir afflicted with Soro Eyes use Dr Isaac more sense than a man as he will not drink too much This is one of tho ThompsonsEye Water Druggists sell it 25c greatest mistakes in he care of tho A suit of armor was the horse He will drink too much when knight dress Boston Bulletin old fashioned heated and the stomach empt3 He will also drink too much when the first heat Doxt fail to read ad of McMulleR Wovcaused bv digestion commences Study en Wire Fence Co Kama this paper these questions and learn how to feed Tue largest revolver known The earta and water horses during the heated S Y Graphic which has now commenced term Rural World Dr Sages Catarrh The old reliable Dont allow water to stand in the Remedy fields or in ain sink holes about the Goixo buildings or 3ards In fact dont havo Yes Ive to learn toin dance Claude taken steps that direction holes about the premises to ain sirk hold water A scraper is a good thing Tub best cough medicine Is Pisos Cure to have about ever3 farm Main fields for Consumption Sold everywhere 25a have little knolls and holes that might Signs of cas ly and eheaplv be leveled by the use fonce St an early fall The baby on the Louis Chronicle of the scraper If much soil is taken from the place the manure cart must follow after the scraper A depression of a 113 con iderable extent must of course be drained Even a little sur Â¬ Erery strata or cold attacks tkat weak keek face drainage will often accomplish ad aearlr arestratM Tea Â¬ The Morning- - Drcts FEVER and AGUE Or CHILLS i utlrclaias Jerita FOR THE CUM OF ani lli AND ALL MALARIAL Tie T ggffriater of ikk Mlisraasa FEYE CHCAM9 tiiai sver oftrea U taa asMis UetimtXIl C33XAIir niXDT aad TSSMOXXt mm f Af s aai IeTr er Ckills Minim te tt etire W aHeri aatl Ist ftsgm iiMtryie lux teetimaar te tie trmtk f tae te etateif the directig a art strktly MimnimdmrnU Ia a rxeat may mmnwammmB eeearaSeiemSfcrasmre aai wml1mmm et -- SAlac-trtrfBTasiJHlstGav--r-f- set u rsto--at- m a rsrevar srsdemt -- leag-stascli- -is -- mere espeeiallr ia cigws ak ssi eases Cs ully tkk sieaS-asWwtac isi a7iUBetreaureaayai4tsleejti teeala tse fatxest suws Per rs ftederier a fias amkam quire a catkartie ediei-te-after tkree or four closes of tit Tstsis a a iasjle eese of TXSTM TEGETAXLS 7AMZLTKLU wiil as ix STery tsiatocars If its sst isssati iseiliai aesesfsra resxertTrs after the tie taitialiealtk 4 is -i ecawcis4 -a- m STiffideat Price DR JOHN BULLS SMITHS TONIC SYRUP BULLS SARSAPAJULU fLOOperttle gcclettles fcrli TIlIaeotierpilL Â¬ lULLS WORM DESTHGYEX The Popular Remedies of the Day Pri Kipal OSce 831 XalaSC LOU1STILLX XT r i BANJO METHOD By N P B CURT1SS Prvee 125 OH MY BACK r ffxii i- Mr Cnrti whose Gaitar Method hw Ioe- - beea a standard docs real scrrico U the Iotsts ef good music at home by this thoroughly cned aad enter tainlntr ln tnictor No lc- - thaa5diagTa-Ball2- trato the positions of the nnserv St apie exetaaa tions and very sweet rocal aarl iBStroaentol araate fll a book which is destlaed te wake the oloaaet modern BaNJO still more appreciated aad popular Holds the field ajrain ft al comers as the chief bee in 13a 7 Goodraascacredaa for secular improTed in tractions h O Emersoa 68 cts S5 per dozen 8ea rrfetlafOlcL-i for TTJj h fchoolst Bella SO ct5 or Seas Reader Book I 9et- Boos II to cts tor common caoots aad far JUttle Slnaer SO ctx tl per doz form a complete set for muic teaching la seheola -- THE ROYAL SXHGER V II Farmer wonders To plant currant cuttings in -- Oc- Â¬ BBnwr5 - tober or November which is the best time chose some good straight 3oung snoots healthv and well grown off about a foot in length or a little over ami from the part that you are about to insert be- Â¬ low the surface of the soil cut carefully out all the eves and buds as this will afterward serve to prevent suckers grow Â¬ ing up and detracting from tho strength of vour v otmg tree- - As for the soil tho ord nary ktehen garden soil that is uni Â¬ formly trenched and manured will do admirably well for 30111 young cutting Take care to plant them firmhin but not in a too sunny situation A Y Her Ctai 3 r I jfiK i2 w A0 in s -- SONGS G OX1 - c cts Tenner and Hoffman Is the newest boclc for Sunday Schools Saperiorcollectiori In pres and nearly ready JLa thesis ofPratae FL0Q PROMISE piaats is a great favorite with rood PIANO CXASSICS 800KS MittLEB FOR RETJUL PRKE C BOSTON OLIVER DITSON aid GRASSES FOR THE PLAINS Kvpcriinents Willi IJluo CJriss Timothy Kcd Top and Orchard Cras One of the most important questions for the farmer upon the great plains of the West is that T the proper grasses For some to replace the wild species years the early settlers thought that the wild grasses could be depended upon for permanent pasturage and ha3 but exÂ¬ perience has shown that the3 will not endure the new conditions to which the3 arc subject when the country is SucTPssfnl im Streastkeas tke fllnaclem Enricke tke Bleed THE ui BEST TONIC Steadies tke TSerree GItcs New YIer C H Drrsox Jt Co 8fi Broadway New Yorlc milKIelSMflMWI at the the IASY KIKE aysteai styles 182 tettw rate of S325 per month up Beadf or Catalogue with full parUcaars Batledfrea On Mr A PiixsBtraTCnYUndOhioBjs troubled with terrible pains is my back and I coald not stoop oxer I tned many different remedies without relief Two bottles of Browns Iron Bitter entirely cared me Mr Daxizx Hodozs S07M Seventh St Louk ville Kjr says 1 ws troubled with Nearalfu ad pains in my back I hare been gmatly benented by two bottles of Browns Iron Bitter ming Genuine has above Trade Mark and crossed red ILata on wrapper Take bo other Made only by BROWX CHEMICAL CO BALTXMeRE MB Im UNRIVALED ORGANS payraeats sow 8nr xasia UPRIGHT PIANOS Constructed oa the new method of strirwlnK em Send lor deseripUva Catalogae similar terms mailed free HAMLIN ORGAN ANB PfANO C9 MASON Â¬ Â¬ UiitAu y i BALM CatawrH HaV-Trv-JB Boston New York Chicago GRIND ib the SSS HCaJC ffITSStXXX F Wilaoaa Patcat H i IS WORTH converted into farms The cattle and Â¬ - pine-fores- Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ - horses of the West can not long depend upon the natural grasses they must have forage which is more nutritious as well as more productive A careful stiuh of the problem upon the ground shows that Kentucky blue gras can be well grown upon the soil of In the viciniU of the old the plains forts where many 3ears ago the United States troops were stationed Kentucky blue grass has been growing for a long time The seeds scattered from the hay used for feeding the horses germinated and took root upon the unbroken prairie sod and in time actually crowded out The hint thus acci the wild grasses dcntalh given out has been acted upon and to dtn there are many line blue TO ANY IIAN iiBerlna from 1000 WLM saT Mealerar9tkl SLAJCAK nai- - mA Corn V 1 X r Clrcnlara aad Testi FEE M1ZA WTUSy MM9H ORappUcatloB tota Jaw Also iiinif riitntAnnisdftln POWEK X1XLS aaa rAJKJC setA Doe WOMAN OR GHLID CATARRH - V US3L gfgfaav toue Price 50cts by mall or at dniRrists Sendfoc circular HLY BROTHERS Druggists Owego K T BEST STEEL WIRE HA R JC A particle is applied into each no iril and is agreeable GraltnE-- Mich Ni Riff H Cit Off Hirsts1 Mmcs a jxi rT jt Celebrated XKaad BKI1LE hone Sam-can not be slipped by any pie Halter to any part ot tne niy free oa receipt of SI Sola by all Saddlery Hardware and Harness Dealers Special dlicoant to thd Trade STSead or Prlce Ltat USBTBocxBochesterXTi CmM4 MgMMMMMMMsrjMMBZ9JBgHMMMHMMMMMM iM fire Fencing t7E SOc Per Rod Ml Best Coogh Syref TaeteagooA Use fBJ gMJ gsgwsmBStiiKxTVttBTrI J Is time Said by dragywig Â¬ 1 Â¬ -- r semi-putrefacti- on - - t m-aii- -- int V 1 1 to fc1yi -t J21 Â¬ I T - - T - Â¬ iviut- - cm 1 J -- -- - 1 1k fl3hrnn --- uuvw grass pastures upon ground whch Farmer- - Butchers and others ClVf riLSUW of use onrLATS JCAK has never felt tho plowshare The x f nf t Lt f s aaaaTi to file Hand Jtlp Batcher BecX Fraaiw ada4 usual practice now is to feed down tho kinds of Saws so they set better teaaeTer- - T Fliers free for 3 lllastrated eircslars nucx Ae wild grasses as oloseby as possible and areas E HOTK X BKO 2tw oxreas re then to sow Ihickby with good blue grass Our 15 ST 6w stwSff seed When once blue grass is intro- Â¬ a yai aLIL- duced upon a farm it is onh necessary veStS 1 a tirfc Villi nnrtiraiar hr mail free to all who are In 4ixrw AakoHrssr to scatter blue grass hay upon the wild terested Special arrangements wlta dealers tJUBTtRV sod r tP For this purpose the hay should The McMalien Woiei Wirt Feict Ci hiiuuiikmibimmti1iasga ixn be cut late enough so as to have ripe 158 and 160 West Lake Stxaat CXIGA0 TJX seeds it may be well nigh worthless for LADY AGENTS WANTED forage but its seed hav e a high value Timothv thrives upon the soil of tho need In erery town to sell a toilet artWepre hyererr etes g4jeai lady and gentleman A beautiful plain- - and fields of it may be seen eveiy with erer r box which make it mAhmM Tar parUeulars address XOKLKT BSOeSCLeeia year in Eastern Xebraska which rival It is now an3 ever seen in the East fast replacing the wild grasses for hay THE GREAT ENGLISH BXXXDY On the low lauds boardering the Platte For Llrer BUe Indlsrctlon etc Pre trom Jfereat n river timothy furnishes a perennial contains only Pure Vegetable Ingredients Agca ciiAs x cRrrrEXT- - jtetT Teats pasture which endures the treading of cattle almost as well as blue grass itself It is now known moreover that timo FACE HA5BS FEET thy will produce seed of superior qtiali gBaifsaBgSgi trtd DerelopBieBt Hairiei HeaJav t3m gieat abundance indicating very rta itev ijmiac Snosa Hair Blrtt Karita M Samtr Wxith VwVU- nl - iTT strongly its complete adoption to the jjsv r Mm now -sears tTcncgaagii Arw m climate and soil r HwMTjCTSiV-tJB--a Hint In tka world Oft tke KialaC Bey Of the other cultivated grasses red ry package baa our top orchard grass and others le s com- Â¬ marked Fra scr SOl XTX3KTTnteaV S SCIITt Sffl Mm ta Mil rrssi varsmJBTuri Kra monly known this much only need be PATTSJUVS for aatisc2 Mia Tidies Hoods said at present viz that contrary tc Sesthya elt ferSt CtSCI TATW rjtKTC X MM i general expectation they grow well and CXltVESV m some localities are being extensive jaM And STEREOPTlCp J japrto Vtw Lustra sown Bed top grows apparently spon- Â¬ ln eroy laSjsct tar PUBulC EXHlBITiONSv paje Cattaneously in the sloughs aud needs but LaaJns tor Homa AJmtat fnt Ml 1 IV W colSnBeceeW ark fac MY slight encouragement to make it extend MCALLISTER OptSrfan49 Nassau St Flewer SeppHea- - Seat iu- oer va teea oatsliytwa Berrsjuu a dar slliaojjr nauoroere sucitea street can mate its range Orchard grass while bv no fiMsw means a favorite 1113 gra is grown AGENTS with good success MIAt wItinltnr4 Xebraska t Cor WANTED wnt for 05 rents wtth illustrated i American Agriculturist fcll oar linff t u to ell it and -y Sff -- 30000 CARPENTERS 1 - GUM -- RoSCSfSfM-Bf COCEXES ANTI BILIOUS AXLE GREASE JCnmtrni 1 FRAZER BgBft Ss m - sJjgWiii-iiTlJ-caIS- il -- MSSBsl -g- itai-MeiS -- - 1 x wsBsmwER 23-lS- -i t heap and --YXSYM KIS1XS TOVAUL Jt IcSiCIX OaelaaalU ot U ALBUMS -- erteraetic wortorrbwalnpaa la aJa eeetiee Ret ranrm m agnfnr4irgaa MOB IAN 3lrtT J Sai-t- 1 tii -- tr -- 1 4i -- u- l J vm-v-- J Georgians are laughing at two citi- Â¬ zens of Franklin County who were shaken by earthquake One rushed out out and yelled to a neighbor Come over to my house quick- - there is a man in nn loft I cant come was the startling answer There is a man in my loft too BUNK BOOKS Cincinnati Ohio Bnr them from CT CO iVOODROW It6 Walrint Street Mention this paper when ordering 5 BiUH9lKaBajraix TO FREE Lines not under the honer Q no ia swumm ISA DAT Sa aIe forth feetrts ttd mrk v nj I 1 STUDY UTHf AMI sWSm ac ijK ST r smbw anamvmitfm aaa enw aaaiew CLASc Jrse av lfCTe ef See oto free vm --fates Street- - 1 htU Slip Sis ra Xo CO HOME A at WKX3T X a pa S SecareaBastBesaRdacatteahj UfiUS ma 1 trora Bu a CoLLaes 9 gf JRT n U m u SXITDY tim tluu VJUTCTS T aar ka J la -- K 1 JtrTJ i ff P - t- - t3 ssfcafiSgfejSa - i 5 -- rasas wSTftii5 - - - - Jilftil l THE MT STERLING FAMOUS NEW STORE K ff rC fcSivSSSSsCin - - iow is Your Chance at j r v VxJKJliilX KJJiU U UT1UJN b -- lADiil IN AIjJL UHJiAiiTMBNTS OF Hh RH Take Advantage of - L si rSSBHSCMf s- if isww - Jttr- - i 4 JA r ttheceio proe BRAUNS OLD WOUNDS BLEEDING - flR y u3B fliSw In Johnsons New Buildim III -- r - r I M f 1 4 t 1 l 2 Perry County Terrorized by a RevI Investigating Affairs Connected with the CoMrs Phcebe Cheslev Peterson Clav M IbtfitMt VerZMyt1M vzr ce Iowa tells the following remarkable Late Congressional Election val of the Deadly French-Ever- story the truth ot which is vouched for I jf j c sole Foud No Politicts In tho Louisville Commercial by the residents of the town I am 73 GOOFJBB Editoe Quarrel The Hon Augustus B Wilson who years old have been troubled with kid- Special Dispatch to The Post I wa3 the Republican candidate for Con- Â¬ n ey complaint and lameness for many arsHAZELCRSEN KY WJLXiAiiSBUiiG Ely 3STov 15 A re- gress at the late election is quite as act- Â¬ jears could not dress myself without help Now I am free from ail pain and 24188Gjp0rfciscurrcnt here this m0ming that ive now as he was in the full moon of the soreness and am able to do all my own Perry county Is again in a state of torror campaign and reliable report has it that housework I owe my thanks to Electric 2 and that the French and Eversole war he i3 likely to uncover some things which Bitters for having renewed my youth and lias been renewed and both factions rest X PRES1DENT ARTHUR will cause a decided sensation in local removed completely all disease and Try a bottle only 50e at all pain on their arms poUdcs End of a Prominent L1fe drug stores Every man in the county almost has Cheter - Alien Arthur sided ivifh either French or Eversole i Mr Wilson said when the official count 2a 4trExPreaent r MY SHOP fefteitehishomc in the city of Nov- - inn f rlrt fAltil lina octctimA1 InfrrA Ti ri showed Mr Caruth to have 140 majority G- Ezel Ky in TVvfTr al S Ievery thing at that time seemed to a tlie nest style vwwvk lctrPircyfr mritTitTrr tions so tuat snould a nirht occur it will that f Mv jHknieKtk though a supprise to thepub- - likely involve the entire county The be straighland that he did not see any S5Ul am now prepared to do all kinds of Jewelry sl ic inbtyiinexpected By his immcdi- - execution of the law is not considered grounds for a contest Recent develop- Â¬ grcpairing on Watches Clocks your work jaml optical goods Bring me jjitefrieBd and reliltves as he had teen because the county officers are as badly ments have it is said changed his views Sand it will be neatly and promptly re jaircd at reasonable prices Hoping by 5iaeelitefeealtfa for some rime- - Death divided as either faction Blood may to some extent tsjrjlionest work and fair prices to merit For some days past Mr Wilson has gyour patronage I remain cwas ciisod by 41 strode of apoplexylol i now be expected to be shed and when it is Yours tnilv had a company of men canvassing among Si T F OAttR a 3wed by paralysis of the right side tt more than one man will bite the dust Â¬ the men who voted at the Fourth premT Mr Arthur vras bbrtf ih Franklin There are no politicts involved it being cfOoaety Yermont October 5th 1830 and merely a personal feud that has extended cinct of the Ninth ward with a view of Kwas the boh baptist minister He until both parties have gathered up learning something of the political complexion of the voters there as compared was nowinted and elected Yice-Pres- ifriends who previous to the quarrel dent is 8301 anducceeded to thejxesrj knew neither party Further develop- Â¬ to the returns should bo your crowning glory Ayers The ballot box and the books at that Hair Vigor will restore the vitality and Idfecy by the tragic deatlf-- of James A ments are anxiously looked for here precinct were delayed in their return to color of youth to hair that has becomo Garfield in September lESl beingthe the County Clerk and mistakes were re- Â¬ thin and faded and where the glands aro Dontt Experiment 2lpt President of the United States Â¬ corded there not decayed or absorbed will cause a new You cannot afford to waste time in exTnajproclamation announcing jthe sad Â¬ The canvassers will inquire of every growth on bald heads jntelligence President Cleveland savs perimenting when your lungs are in danger Consumption always seems at first voter whose name is on tne youtuiui color and vigor I lJIr Arthur was called to the chair of the poll books only cold Do not permit any dealer of the hair be preserved to old the Chief Magistracy of the Nation by a to impose upon you with some cheap for whom they cast their votes and then age Read the following from 3Irs G s iMMdy rwkSchrcast its shadow over the imitation of Dr Kings New Discovery comparisons will be made Norton Somerville Mass I have used for Consumption Coughs and Colds but But this is not all and what is to fol- Â¬ Ayers Hair Vigor for the past 30 years retjovfirneet His assumption of be sure you get the genuine Because low has much importance in it and although I am upwards of GO my e grave duties was marked by an evi lie can make more pront he may tell you hair is as abundant and glossy to day an dent andeonscien tions sense of his re-- he has something just as good or just Frequently accidents occur in the when I was 25 jOKsitHh ties and an earnest desire tot the same Dont be deceived but insist i assured that a trial of AVers Ilair household which cause burns cuts New Discover S seettheaia a patriotic and benevolent upon getting Dr lungsgive relief in all sprains and bruises for use in such cases i Vigor will convince von of its which isguaranteed to powers Mrs M E Coil Leadvillc Col spirit With dignity and ability ho sus- Throat Lung and Chest affections Tri- Â¬ Dr J H McLeans Volcanic Oil Lini- Â¬ Two years ago my hair having ment has for many years been the con- Â¬ writes ioed the important duties of bis sta- - al bottles free at all Drug Stores stant favorite family remedy Sold by almost entirely fallen out I commenced iioj ind the roputation of his personal j G B Swango Hazel Green and J N the tiso of Ayers Ilair Vigor To day my A DAY OF THANKSGlViNG wonn conspicuous graciousness ana Vaughn Oampton hair is 20 inches long fine strong and Gov Knotts Proclamation patriotic fidelity will long be cherished healthy Xiie Goose Bone by bis fellow countrymen In token of Frankfort Nov 17 The Governor U UZX k Vrf Ul 9 and strengthened For the benefit of the advocates of the JLl W Ri JA ikf JLi bv the use of to the memory of the deceased to day issued the following proclamation frspect is a good thing to give thanks unto goose bone weather prophecy we give Ayers Hair Vigor tho hair regains its i0s ordered that the Executive Mansion the following indications for the presiit youthful color and vitality ltov II P Â¬ xnd the several departmental buildings i theXord Williamson Davidson College Meeklen ile draped in mourning for a yieribd of A PH0CLA3IATI0N for a day of Thanks Â¬ winter burg Co X C writes I have used r thirty days and that on the day of the giving and Praise December will open clear and bright Ayers I lair Vigor for the last ten years The President of the United States enough but the promises or its coming It is an excellent preservative funeral all public business in the Ee baviug designated Thursday the 25th will soon be dispelled About the 3d of tho use of Ayers Hair Vigor Geo pateBte be suspended the mouth will come falling day of the present month as a da of with rain or snow and it will beweatherÂ¬ Bry A Dadmau Waterloo 3Io had exceedthanksgiving andpraise to Almighty God ingly disagreeable with every variety of his hair restored to its original healthy condition He was nearly bald and very nasty weather until You will have no use for specLncles if a for the manifold blessings He hath when there will follow about the 18th gray lie writes Only four bottles of a few pleasant yon asc Dr JL McLeans Strengthen- - vouchsafed to us during the past year tho Vigor were required to restore my days The Christmas holidays be jng jiyc oaive is removes tne mm ana I J Proctor Knott Governor of the cold with most probably snowwillThe hair to its youthful color and quantity juniwnicn accumulates on tne eyej Commonwealth of Xentuckj do hereby general character of the weather s HairVigorcurcd dis Fismsj atitmues mnammation cools and recommend that it shall be appropriately be falling and not much will be seenwill plBiOr JJcr of the scab F H of eases If fcjSttes tke Irritated nervesstrengthens observed as such with such acts of ado the sun The average temperature will Foster Princeton Ind writes UI had iwMik and failing sight 25c a box lower than been troubled for years with a disease of JBdidfbyG B Swango Hascl Greenland ration and praise as are due from the beJanuary willusual in come with a bluster JiN Yaughu Camp ton creature to the Creator and the exercise rain snow and cold just such weather the scalp my head was covered with dan- Â¬ druff and tho hair dry and harsh Ayers of that charity towards the distressed as makes people feel best at home Along Hair Vigor gave mo immediate relief Mew Barnes Ideas which constitutes the highest test of about the 9th of the month however cleansed tiic scalp and rendered the hair The Richmond Register says that the the lines on the bone become iudistinct Christain faith soft and pliable 3ev Geo O Barnes discarded most of Done more pleasant weather at Frankfort the seventeenth day indicatingis only a prelude of whatThis however is to Jus former doctrines while at that place Seal of November A D 18S6 and follow About the middle of the month ttli chief among which was the liigh life in the ninety fifth year of the red spots on the bone grow more brilliant IKKFAItED BY logma He now says that is adelusion and the dark greasy tracings spread out S Commonwealth Dr J C Ayer Co Lowell Mass IT S A Several years ago he discarded iiis eye Â¬ over the whole bone J Proctor Knott ting nearly severe weather thus indicamj sale by all Druggists very For pgfagfias and depended on the Lord to rcf Many well By the Governor versed in gonseolngy say that they never bis sight He didnt do it and before saw the bone so terribly marked A Mckenzie Secretary of State aow Mr Barnes wears his glasses ilikel RESSWADE HOUSE A careful reading predicts a storm about gttfeer people One of his iiew ides is the lftU of the mouth followed by some Bucklens Arnica Salve FllENCHBURG KY hat there are devils in heaven and it Tho Best Salve in the world for Cuts of the coldest wythcr ever felt in this T J COPE Proprietor Bruises iSbresTJicers Salt Rheum Fever latitude Along about the middle of will therefore be necessary to watch as Table supplied with all dclicaeies of the wellas pray in lieavcn Another is the bores letterallChapped Hands Chilblains Â¬ January great storms and exceedingly season Special attention to commercial Corns and Skin Eruptions and posi- cold weather may be looked Upon the tourists eujfliy strange belie that the idnuer in tively cures Piles or no pay required whole the month will showfor much snow kflBH will nave n opporcunity to repent It is guaranteed to give satisfaction or and the average temperature will proba- Â¬ saved the same as he has in this money refunded Price 25 cents per box bly be lower than we have ever known u a rts S The first days of February will be cold 4 world sad that be Mr Barnes expects For sale by all druggists D UVJ After that the weather will bo moderate to be an evangelist in bell He further The Practice of Medicine very decidedly and the remainder of the By request we publish the following month will be changeable but with no results from that true contentment which -- jftolds that the sacrement of the Lords indicates perfect health of body and mind ptapper is to protect the soul against sin law regulating the practice of medicine remarkable weather A kind of nonde and fjgod the body against other sickness He which will lac found in the General Stat script montn tnai will nave nothing in You may possess it if you will purify to distinguish it from other invigorate your blood with Ayers Sarsa particular Msays the devil forced God to send Christ utes pSgcs970 12 Februaries parilla E M Howard Newport N II SecSonl Be it enacted bv the Gon- Into the world writes I suffered for years with Scrof- Â¬ vJ oral AsSenibly of the Commonwealth e of Civil Service ulous humors After using two bottles of t IMii T1I jvuniuuky- - Amu it snaii oe uniawiui ior Licking Valley Scorcher In cases f Fever and Ague the blood Ayers Sarsaparilhi I for reward or compensation Hkas etectually though not so danger- - any person limits of this State to prac-Â¬ Carry the news to Grover whisper in - iusly poisoned by the effluvium of the within the 41 Atmosphere as it could be by the deadli- Â¬ tice medicine in any of its depart the ear of Frankie let it ecbo up and est poison Dr J H McLeans Chills ments to prescribe or attempt to pre- - down the halls of the White House and great relief It lias entirely restored mo to scnuu meuicme ior any sick person or ring iTlfl FftVPr CInr ivi11 nrorjoi- fliTc- c through the corridors of the Capital health James French Atcntson Ivans L from the system 50 cents a bottle SoldtP erfrm orattemPfc to perform anysur- - that his civil service policy has deprived ical operation upon any person within To all persons suffering from writes by G B Swanzo j Hazel Green and J v j saici nraiis wno nas not graduated at democrats of the fruits of their victory Liver Complaint I would strongly recom- Â¬ Jls Vaughn Campton some chartered school of medicine jn this in 18S4 and if persisted in will entomb mend Ayers Sarsaparilla I was afilictcd or some foreign country or who can not with a disease of tho liver for nearly two Blue Crass Election A produces certificate of qualification from him so deep that no political fog horn years when a friend advised mc to take f AParis special sajs The friends of some one of the hoards of examiners Tho Scorch- Â¬ pro- Â¬ will ever disturb his repose relief the local option cause are somewhat dis-- vided for in this act and is not a person er standing squaiely upon its pastern this medicine It gavo prompt Kidder and 41 Sirs II 31 has cured me satasficd with the way in which the late of good moral character joints with its spinal column properly Dwight St Boston Mass writes For J Sec 8 Any person living in this State election was conducted there and are fer- adjusted and a tooth well whetted for a several years I have used Ayers Sarsa- Â¬ iwkiBmm rjpNESDAYTOV bdsSliat are coming in now for the HOLIDAYS Mll M I aysville Street Mt Sterling Ky IjAUlUib and juaaann FUB-JhfciNT7 nnt fnr tliA crrfiat nnjmbfiftainf BRAUNS FAMOUS NEW STORE MT STERLING Y J STORE m m fc iTi J J VIA 1 J - - A NEW TURN AT IT Renews Her Youth YTH 0I Organs The Celebrated j i SCHOOL DESK i5rsr Tr1-kr- wfa 1 REPAIRIN- Are first class in Material Workmanship and Methods of Construction Tiiey are unrivaled in power and beauty of tone and in genuine excellence far surpass all organs of otlier makes ever offered in our country wi 67000 SOLD N - C V Famine Gi manufactured by tkc i Â¬ Your Hair Sidney School Joiix LouGUXlif Sole Proprietor SIDNEY OHIO This Dsk hT been Adopted 1m Xearty All tho Xcnding School of the CoKHtry l625OGO NOW IH USE Globes Registers Dictionary Holders Xajw Map Cases Numeral Frames Charts Dictionaries Anatomical Mdel Erasers Blackboards Llaid Slating Ilellt-- Crayon Microscopes i And everything needed in school JWrite us for complete catalogue dress rei Ad Â¬ -- Sidiisy School flOIy Furniture Gtifiiy FREE SDNEY OHIO BLEGTR1G BELT inwg ilt -- To Introduce it we will for a time give awav in each comity tt those likely to good agent a limited number of oar GER Â¬ MAN ELECTRO GALVANIC SUSPENSO Â¬ RY BELTS a positive and unfflmg- care for Nervous Debility Weakness Varicecele oOO Re Â¬ Loss of Jgor liheuniatism etc ward paid if every Belt we manHfkctHre does not generate a genuine eleetrfc eurreat Address at onceGERMAN BELT AGENCY P O Bor 178 Brooklyn New York s hort nka - JI4 TRADERS DEPOSIT BANK MT STEELING KY J -- j Hardman Pianos Chickering Pianos Mathus hek Pianos Emerson Pianos Star Pianos Arion Pianos and the matchless Johnston Organs Write for Catalogues and Prices J 3L BIGSTAFF President W W THOMSONCasEJcr DIRECTORS jA3fE3 CiIOP2T ANDREW FEBIXR Dr B E Drake H GILLJS -- rers Hair JOHN TON Wholesale and Retail D S 56 West Fourth Street n Ui as Sl CO mr34r J T Highland ealers A w McCord Aydelotte WHOLESALE -- sre J pi ihh HATTERS No 613 West Main Street ml tm LOUISVILLE KY idbe W DOWN GO THE PRICE c arc now receiving another LARGE AND WELL SELECTED STOCK of every variety of Goods to supplv the demands of all our customers at Whole- Â¬ sale and Retail which we PROPOSE TO SELL FOR CASH or exchange for AN del lerslfe StCKllKAOACTIE Pills Act Directly on UicXlTer Ttorc COATEO TOSCCTE SLESKE3SNESS tT-H- -l t T 1 Produce and Live Stock We have often tried to establish a trade on a Cash basis but have as often failed We have also notified our friends and customers of the 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 we intend to establish upon the ruins of the old credit system a STRICTLY CASH BUSINESS which will enable us to sell you goods Rhecxatux Piles Fauttatiow or the Heart Dxzzinsss Torpid Lives ASDALI Ccusa Ciiiiia A5D Fster Drsprrau BIUOC3 Couc Cokstipa Found CheaperTiian You Have Ever Bought Before We in particular invito tlsc attention of RIVER MEN and others to our largo stock of CLOTHING DRY GOODS c c which we arc offering at special low prices for cash To all of our customers having accounts due we most earnestly solicit to come forward and make settlements You owe it to us to do so as well as to yourselves a3 honorable men you do not feci very well a single pill ac bed time sumnlates the stomach icstc rss tho appetite imparte Tiger to the ejstea They care all diseases like aaic Get the xisht kind SELLEKS LIYEk PILLS Sold by dmccists Seed for circular SELLERS MEDICIJTE- COPitt3bnrgfcra - Diseases op tse Liter and Stovacik It B seSeowlywp 4 m Hi - -- CHICAGO COTTAGE ORGAN HBCMB Has attaiced a staadani oi erecSescc which admits of no superior It contains every improvement thattarwtiva genius skill and mocey can produce wmmmmBemm memmmmimmaamm 511 We will sell you goods cheaper than you have ever bought them before can better afford it because we will take no risk on time Respectfully we 7- JT St F DAY V fl iy l T l tbev intend to nroseroita fn thA to practice meuicme in any oi its depart- Hfvlkst extent of thelaw It Is said that ments or who shall perform or attempt PgfecipM were ported JieremlCar- - w pc nuini any surgical operation tor or lisle JUllersburg Cjnihiana and other urxnranyjerson within the limits of this State for reward or condensation in vi- Â¬ places who were illegally voted by the olation of the provisions of this act shall ati local optionists It is also under j upon conviction thereof be fined fifty tobd that a uumler of persons and dollars and upon each and everyubse quent soiMr too who Iiave been regarded as dollars conviction be fined one hundred and imprisoned thirty or KBpcctaile ciDzeas- heretoforewill be either or both in the discretion davs the of ifcNQt with severel for the huying and tjuiyj and in no case where the provisions jdVaK of votes which in case of convic- - or uns Jict nas neeu violated shall the taB aiakes a Iieavy iinc anddisfranchise- - person so violating be entitled to receive - Meat for a tennio ye years ferthe pex- - compensation Ior services rendered Sec 9 Provided That nothing mtUt Iy5 or selk A jwatraat lias in shall be construed as to annlv tohere nerbeen issued ior the arrest of Elislia fjx j sons practising dentistry lor voting twice at separate polls on the Value of a Life M jdty of tfee eiectipn yevember 5d last Special dispatch to the Commercial EwaO - fat place demands that the rascals be turned out parilla in my family even I never feel safe THS GH2A2 JHPROVEHENT IK ATJOATIC SEE The Official Vote The following is the official otein this Congressional district at the November election 18S6 Bell without it t QMQ Taulbee 15G CDS Hurst 465 441 SG9 Breathitt Clav j Elliott Estill Floyd Harlan Knox 500 741 53G fc 901 273 4S3 G15 X 1G3 Knott Lee Leslie itei - w ftr X kiiHHMui beings is called the itch and condctor who was killed here m a col- - Morgan m migmy contagious to cure it mixilour n received a verdict foriPerrv f wilphur with Dr J H Melons Vnl damages amounting to 12000 - TT mc Uil Liniment bathe it thorniiriilv J O Qhio and Kentucky vy if the Chesapeake r rr - r s IIhj Sold bv GiB Swaneo Central Eailroads She had sued for tu - Uatel Green and J 3ST Vaughn CamnH 0000and several jurors favored giv-- Total tm Taujbees majority ing cer tne wnoie amount - ciie SXfiulVif WTvrm7ircT Letcher SVTr- v- a IK Tl I juzizz fncTnfhn 430 369 335 53 323 RflfJ 649 205 700 As a liver medicine and general purifier of the blood it has no 3Irs A B Alien Wmtcrpock equal 3fy youngest child two Va writes years of age was taken with Bowel Com- Â¬ plaint which we could not cure We tried many remedies but ho coutinucd to grow worse and finally became so reduced in flesh that we could only piovc him upon a pillow It was suggested by one of tho doctors that Scrofula might be the cause of the trouble Wo procured a bottle of MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS The Latest Production of OT7S BKhI EV33T 2LOTZ1D TES l3CEAttCAIi 0SSUIHSTT3 CO Tie Musette Set Casli - - - 15 00 - - - 2500 The Celestina -- 22500 The Aeolian Organ Net Cash 13 BtfES - 2XOZL 434 422 437 697 159 937 555 544 720 269 419 Sarsap arilla and commenced giving It to him It surely worked wonders for in a short time he was completely cured Sold by all Druggists AYE Xey ItJ1TV against6 1143 251 1048 320 11940- SPECIAL NOTICE If you want a first class Parlor Organ the 2EOLIAN is the one to buy With it you can play at once Those Organs are celebrated for voloio deetas tone the most difficult music without years of practice and hunÂ¬ qualityof tkiferquick response artfetie maidmtS txjaHtyin perfect constraetioa onraae r dreds of dollars expense in learning and then perhaps not them uio csc dearDie scafrttee et schools ckurebes lodges succeed while with this you can play at sight as no other ESTABLISH KEPirZATl can At the same time if you wish you can be learning the UXEQTJJuLB TACtUTIXX SmtlJiWM V9XKXIX use of the keys as it has a full five octave key board with four full sets of reeds and is not only a cultivator of music COJOIXIB 3CUCZ TB Catalogue Send for but an instructor Price THE P0PUULH QECaUT -- jHH HHH 3TTX 23LUt Price 1 Six bottles C 5 ITjTTI - - 11094 Prepared by Dr J Ayer Co Lowell 3Iass XJ S A EMILY TRI p p Publisher of Music and Dealer in Pianos Organs Etc 519 FOURTH AVENUE LOUISVILr-E-KY listriiciMii Mcmrf fkm MAX mti Aw 9 v- ri otalogaeg aad Priee Us6 CHKJAW CftTTASE BfMHiUBmi Ct No V RamMp ClHCMi X si -i - r t fJL -