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Pfe JHv L WT tWj- r- jr i 3 f i m 3 - 4 f H SPBKEt The Hazel Green Herald COOPER Owner and Editor -- I 3XUi 4r 11ft S o m a THE HERALD OF A NOISY WORLD WITH NEWS FROM ALL NATiONS 100 A YEAR Always it Mruo VOLUME IL rAAC W HAPEL HAZEL GREEN WOLFE COUNTY KY WEDNESDAY FEBRUARY 2 1887 NUMBER 46 few days since Editor Herald Jbn Beat Estate Agest issue of The Gem a little Has a larger circulation in the mountains of in a recent HAZEL GEEEK KY-ueu hi a ma Eastern Kentucky than any paper in the paper mat js jiucuiuus ITCH ia all the Coarts of Wolfe Sute and merchants and others wishing to I nac form and is published somewhere lfwe Mesifee sad Brcxtfeitt counties secure the trade of Eastern Kentucky will among the Diuiis or tue Lacking in a TWes exaalsed abstracts famished tax find it THE BEST ADVEKTISING MEDIUM little town which I in order to suit the w cii for no8 reIdontr real estate bought fastidiousness of a young solon or an Advertising Rates NM usuecueas s specialty airTransient advertisements 75 cents an old one as the case may be who resides j inch first insertion 25 cents au inch for there will call The Athens of the BUUIItqucllbiiuuuuu s fmm caul Mountains I chanced to see an article BL Standing Advertisements 1 VV I the egotistical outcroppings inches JUU 1 j 1 inch 1 year 500 4 inches 1lyear1500 mind of this egotistical editor of the which AJO DIAXT FOE year 1750 2 inches 1 year 900 5 What Ought to be Done BIAEY 3 inches lyear 1200 6 inches lyear 2000 was entitled MBT AXAKAC and a COMPLETE ay la toe year io De iiaa fiwi-rfnnr aMsMeise er --sailed oa receipt of - Se port Special rates on larger advertisements He says that the spirit of decay has long ten I baleful presence A44rea v local notices 5c a line with 5 per cent off been hanging like athat there lias been r for long time about Campton and VILWI DUO AND CHEMICAL CO 5ilarriacc and death notices free tri an absence of public spirit and business BALTIMORE MD U S A -- butes of respect and obituaries 5 cents a enterprise that is painful to contemplate line KENDALL HOUSE The gentleman must be looking through Announcements of candidates for smoked glasses It is my opinion and a Comtek Main akd Peestonsbuhg Sts State or District offices 10 County offices generally conceded fact by the people of 5 calls on persons to become candidates WEST LIBERTY KY - Proprietress and thefr answers 5 cents a line Payable Campton that if the mist clouds and Mrs E C Kendall invariably in advance gloom of ignorance prejudice and super- Â¬ stition which has so long enshrouded the table is supplied with the best the Tie TIMETABLE mind of this meddlesome editor as well arket affords Experienced hand in charge Kentucky and South Atlantic Railway as his Athenan home were expelled by f stable Cnargee reasonable Standard time 22 minutes slower than Mt some terrible catastrophe for it would OB OTNNELLY take something terrible and remarkable Sterling time WITH No 1 leaves 1ft Stealing at 7 A Mf arrives to expel it and a few faint rays from the great at CO No 2 leaves Rothwell atat840AA itM arrives at permitted sunlight of intelligence were DTTNLAP 9 Both well to penetrate his mind and Mt Sterling at 1050 a m heart and the oeam removed from his WHOLESALE SADDLERY No 3 leaves ML Sterling at 140 P M ar- Â¬ minds eye then he could see more clear- Â¬ rives at Rothwell at 320 P M Manufacturera of X L Danlap No 4 leaves Bothwell at 345 P M arrives ly and the imaginary ghost of the spirit J BG Junlap of decay which seemed to this noted at ML Sterling at 530 P M W Barrett Saddles Harness c No 2 connects at Mt Sterling with 1105 A editor to be hanging over Campton would O railway disappear and he might be enabled to M and 157 P M trains on C 726 and 730 and dealers in for Lexington Cincinnati and Louisville view our town in its true light and also Y Kaia St No 3 connects at ML Sterling with 1105 A realize the fact that if some of the most Saddlen Hardware if train ou C fcO from the East and 136 skilled architects of the day and a few LOUISVILLE KY PM train from Louisville and Cincinnati pMontgomery county court day special millionaires were to turn their attention swaxgo leaves Rothwell on the 3rd Monday in each toward West Liberty and Hazel Green month at 730 A M arriving at ML Sterling there is yet some room for improvement HAZEL GEEEN KY at 9 A sr Returning leaves ML Sterling The gentleman says that it is none of at 3 P M arriving at Rothwell at 430 P i his business I heartily concur with the 5P Gsanty Court Glork of Wolfe Leaves Rothwell for ML Sterling at Supt M gentleman in this respect and when the Dpty GEO B HARPER people of Wolfe fail to select a place for Will attend to all business entrusted to him their public buildings they will employ with promptness and dispatch Mr Hazelriggand his almanac like paper MEWS LOCAL to tell them where it shall be He may Dr F M Thomas of Ezel was visit- Â¬ have been remunerated for what he said INFORMATION but it is my opinion that the gentleman a few days last week MMV DfCCrtUQ ing friends hrre would make more by attending to his j season Born To the wife of T P Collins own business than by attending to that sujfer front either worth on tho 23d inst a boy John of others for a mere pittance F Byrd A Mason Weight four pounds UeadacJi Neuralgia Deau Sir I herewith enclose postal Fob Sale Wishing to engage in other JUieumatistn note one dollar for subscription price of business I offer for sale at a bargain my lAttibs JBaclc and jr one fourth interest in the Hazel Green your papwr I am aware of the fact that Sidosj Had Ulood Mill F M Thomas Hazel Green Ky I did not come with the pay to the day Xndge8tionfJyspepsia MalrlaCe-nstipation-ILidnrbut like Old Black Joe Im comTroubles F McGuire of this place lias recently ing If your paper circulated in my YOUKA CORDIAL CURES RHEUMATISM had a nice stone walk laid to his resi- Â¬ deestrict I would advertise with you Blood ani EUdner Troubles fcj cleanelnjj thtj Bad blood of all iis imparities sireagUsedng til purls dence on Broadway which is appreciated in order if for nothing more to encour- Â¬ f t body highly by pedestrians traveling over that age and support the paper of my dear -- f YOLIKA CORDIAL CURES SICK HEADACHE KenrsJgUi Plna la the limbs Back and Side by thoroughfare and other citizens should old town where I was born and spent teolcg the serves and strengthening ihe muscle imitate Mr McGuires example the happy days of my childhood and CORDIAL CURES YOUHA DYSPEPSIA Xdigesdoa end Constipation by aiding Ibe asln Hindoo Kidney Cordial manufactured youth and where I went to school for tlatiKf of the Food through the proper action of the by Patton Bros Catletuburg Ky is years to Jeff Johnson Nixon Coney and Koxsch it creates a healthy tppeUte the best kidney remedy ever introduced others of whom I often think and of YOUKA CORDIAL CURES KERYCUSNESS Having tried several of them without Dfprwilaa of spirits srd SVeitaeee by ealirea lag ifld taaisg the Bysttzu relief we tried Hindoo and found it the the dear boys and girls I left behind me YOUKA CORDIAL CURES OVERWORKED best It is sold by all Hazel Green Then Hazel Green was a little burg TVJIr- WYttnon Panv and EIrirlv CThiXArfri- stores Now its an enterprising good big town XteAaUgbtfsl and nntxitioa as a general Tonic Telia Almanac and Dlaxr Two colored men dissolved partnership with college and other schools and pala A far 2887Book handsome complete telling how lo CURE edBKfsl as blacksmiths in Georgia last week cial brick dwellinga many buildings aud DISEASES at HOME in a pleunt natural way streets large stores with many excellent JtaUadea receipt of 2c postage etarap Addrees and stuck up the following VOL1NA DRUG CHEMICAL CO Isotis Lk copartnership heretofore people In fact everything but a rail- Â¬ BALTIMORE MD U S A resisting twixt mo and Mose Skinner ia road and that you must and will have e22nr3ph horeby resolved Hem what owe do firm some day More anon Wm Little Respectfully CO will nettle wid me and dem what dc firm owe settle wid Mose Only Way to Cure Dyssopsia A- J HE a MERALD The County Seat Question Campton Jan 28 1887 roei IIUI1 Ml West Liberty Jan 30 Quito a small but interesting crowd gathered at the Kendall House on last Friday night Various subjects were discussed in fact almost every subject imaginable from the cradle to the grave including love courtship marriage religion and politics Messrs J F Cooper and Jim Phillips treated the crowd on oysters candies raisins c One young was heard to sigh I wish one of the prophets would Â¬ TRADE AT THE MUM I ASK YOUR ATTENTION riu dub nmiM mil o appear The religious services that have been in progress during the month has resulted in much good being done The young gentlemen have all returned to tho fold and organized a young mens prayer meeting Willie Davis and Miss Mattie Welsh were married at the residence of the brides father Wm Welsh Sunday even- Â¬ ing May success attend them Several of the young ladies are dressed in mourning on account of the nonappearance of the Hazel Green mail last Fri day Â¬ Â¬ Clothing House Mt Sterling Ky Wrien you visit our city look out forthe CASH SIGN on Main stint cash means every article at rock bottom prices T guarrantee this to you as I keep no books credit nobody sell for CASH aiy 1 am dealer iu watches clocks and jewelry Eogers Bros 184 kslvsa aad feels spoons table and tea every thing to be found in a firat close jewelry store I am olso dealer in m Boots Shoes Hats and Gaps aod Reals FurnlsNflg Brats Ladies Fine Shoes the best that is made Childrens Shoes In all sites aaI atyka Gents Fine and Heavy Boots Now good people remember that I am the onlv firm in our city thai aelfa toe CASH ONLY this is the firm you want to find to save you a BIG PER CENT No trouble to show goods Asking you to call when in the city and hopia tc see you soon I remain Respectfully yours M W VOWELS MainJStreet ooo oooo oooo B BEOS an in- Â¬ teresting sermon Sunday night on tho The Mourners controverted subject Bench H C Turner and J A Lacy are off on a trading expedition Thomas Boyd of Mt Sterling is in Snooks our midst Bev M Downing preached J Mt Sterling Ky AXE NOT RECOMMENDED TO flllifl PILLS 111 ooo oooo oooo ooo Mrs NickelTs Select School The undersigned will begin school in Ezel Morgan county MONDAY JAN 3 18S7 which will continue five months and she kindly solicits a liberal patronage from all friends of education Faculty Mrs Mary Nickell General Literature Mrs Anna J Fields in Instru- Â¬ mental Music Primury Department Intermediate Address TERMS OF TUITIOK n Mi i 1 1 LOW fc3 k ffllll 8 tifilS mT XOR DO xrr t lllpi 6 25 7 50 Languages fcc Music Board per week yflflHHSi Mas MARY F NICKELL 75 15 00 1 50 S S3 kUAr y if Chiles njTjTi fl 1 Â¬ - But buy Kellys STEEL axe It is the most perfect rac made Also buy STEEL horse shoes They will outwear iron And use STEEL nails They cost the same aa iron For tale in Ilazcl Green by SWANGO W T CASKEY GB 7M Cf F McGUlRE KY Agents for FaHtcrn Kentucky MT STERLING Dizzy liave Cold Feet have a taste inyour mouth like soInetllill rotten or a breath that would make your best friend hold you off to prevent too close contact feel irritable thick-headed and no account generally just settle it that your LIVER is in-Â¬ active and try these Little Sugar Coated Pellets This is an advanced age and the time for Pills of the Ken Egg pattern must go Concentration is the order ofthis dayCALVEHTS LIVEH PILLS are vegetable remedies ENTIRELY and in the ra most concentrated formany Physician may havethe formula hy addressing -- lisif you are But IIIduIo d PlJio d ml Thompson St Co CALVERT CINCINNATI O A GROSSMAN C5- - Co john y scHLntma GO - AT MY SHOP t Ezel Ky in in the best stylo S I am now prepared to do all kinds of jrepainng on Watches Clocks Jewelry 5ss and optical goods Bring me your work 2and it will be neatly and promptly at reasonable prices Hoping by ISSahoncst work and fair prices to merit lSvour patronage I remainT F CARR u Yours truly EPAIRIMi KSANK GOUVION siajgk BOSSMAH 6QUV10N WHOL23ALB SA5rjyACTTniSSa 0 LOUIS STIX 4 IMrOKTEES AKD JOBBEES OP Dry AND- - Life will acquire new zest and cheer fulness return if you will impel your liver and kidneys to the performance of their functions Dr J H McLean s Liver and Kidney Balm will stimulate them to healthful action 100 per bot- Â¬ tle Sold by G B Swaugo Hazel Green and J N Vaughn Campton Â¬ NOTIONS TsrsD 2ics a uitxoit stezsts Cinciiinati WDRKKG1 GLASSL ATTENTION We now prepared to urcish all classes with employment at home the whole of the time or for their spare moments Business new light and profit- Â¬ able Persons of either sex easily earn from 50 cent to 5 per evening and a proportion ate sum bv devoting ail their time to the besinex Boys and girls earn nearly as much as men That all who see this may send their address and test the business we make this offer To such as are not well satisfied we will send one dollar to pay for the trou Â¬ ble of writing Full particulars and outfit Co Trte Address George Stixjson jaSly Portland Maine Byrd X Spradling of this county has been suffering with scrofula in his left arm for several years which has gradually grown worse until amputation beOn last Monday the came necessary operation was performed by Drs F M Thomas and A U Kickell taking his arm off close up to the shoulder He is now in a fair way to recover Â¬ Â¬ FREE A book of TO ALL WHO READ THSS 182 PAPER Ucbegrapa frontispiece printed in ten colors BtaiamRxae aouowing complete stonespnntea w large clear type on rood paper THE FUCUTIVES by Mrs Ollphant TWO Sx UK inches neatly feesad in pamphlet form with a beantilul chromo pages to farm woald make from We will send the aboveree bv mail post paid to aayoae sending us THIRTY CENTS for a Three MmUis subscription toTHE FA M I L Y VlsiTOH an eicnt page ia column ute and family paper Postaco stamps taken great offer is mado to introduce our paper into sewsoHtee Satisfaction guaranteed or money TBCaBded Address H W KELLEY Pub Uafeer 711 Sansoni Street Philadelphia Pa of FOR KISSES hy author by Dcra Thom author a popular LOVES SAKE THE BLACK SPECK by F WHobinson PLOWED BY MOMENTS by Mary Caoll Hay AMONG THE RUINS by MaryCecnHay MID PLEASURES by atarr Cecil Hay ON AND OFF THE LINE bv a well known author MRS DUNCANS WILL very popular HIS PHANTOM BRIDE LARRYS HUT both fasdnatinp ptoncs MADELINE ST CLAIRS LOVER by Letter ilullin Each stery U complete If issued separately in book 240 pages each ISO Of Elliott County Sick headache and a sensation of op- Â¬ WITH pression and dullness in the head are Co very commonly produced b indigestion 210 V Market St LouisviuR KY morbid despondency irritability and Solicits the patronage of Eastern Kentucky tor Blank Books Blanks tc over sensitiveness of the nerves may iu a maioritv of cases be traced to the THE NEW AND ELEGANT same cause Dr J H McLeans Liver HIGH ARmi Commissioners Notice and Kidney Balm and Pillets will posi Â¬ In pursuance of au order of tho Wolfe tively cure Sold by G B Swango Ha- Â¬ Circuit Court made at the January term zel Green and J N Vaughn Campton i S y Baa if eui I a a i est 1887 1 will as Commissioner to substi- Â¬ Geo Carpenter Itfoah Minix and H tute lost papers aud records of said court 8EWIHG TifACHITJE C Howard all of Whitakerville passed begin my sittings at Hazel Green on 13 TI3 BEST BUY ITO OTIEEE through here on Thursday last having Monday Feb 21st 1887 and continue in charge Wm Salyer of nucyville twelve days to take such evidence as Floyd county whom they fear is tempo- Â¬ may be offered for the purpose aforesaid rarily deranged They were taking him I will also begin my sittings at Campton to his home They had Dr J B Taul on Monday March 7th 1SS7 for the bee examine him and he expresses the same purpose and continue from day to opinion that Salyer was demented per day until such business as may be haps from maniapotua brought beforo me has been disposed of H C Herndon Commissioner To Cure a Felon preposterous to intro- Â¬ duce pepsin and other artificial solvents into the stomach in the expectation that they will assist digestion by acting on the food itself They will not Nor is it possible thus to overcome dispepsia The only way to conquer that disorder and prevent the numerous diseases and disabilities which it assuredly provokes is to renew the activity of gastric action by strengthening the stomach Hostet ters Stomach Bitters eradicated the most inveterate forms of indigestion by re- Â¬ storing vitality to the alimentary organs and those which are tributary to them The liver tho bowels the kidneys and the nerves no less than the stomach ex perience the invigorative effects of that standard tonic which possesses alterative properties that greatly enhance its bene- Â¬ ficial influence and give a permanence to its effects which they would not otherwise possess Jho It is perfectly live at home and make more money at ork for us than at else in the world Capital not needed you arc started free Both sex Any one can do the work cb all ages Large earnings sure from first start Costly outfit and terms free Better irot delay Costs you nothing to send xm yoiir address and find out if you are wise you will do so at once II Haixhtt Co Portland Me a Mean rm IP J ilUIHUWMJ MS c BHIDLES -- i OALACE HOTEL FBENCHBUIIG KY lt3 74 and 78 Main Street Proprietor The patronage of the traveling public is respecttnlly invited Table the best and every attention to the comfort of guests WILLIAMS J II mm CINCINNATI O ESTABLISHED laer K FOBD WITH AUGUST BURNHEIM BAUER 516 Broadway CLOTHING MEW YORK worms years slaoo this medicine was earel as remejj forWonsaaadfro tkac Ubm 1m rrontatioa ha steadllr teeresaal aa ttl a nearlr all part of tha world to a the e- trtign rcmedv Worm Confections made more for the purpoeo of pleaainsr the palate tima of overoomtec Ma dlegace have been manufactured all orer the country bet their ahort leaso of life Is nearly exhasstatl aa4 B A Kahneatocks Vermlf utre continues to stow in favor dailr Children often look vol aad sieklit from so other cause than trormj and tpasm are most freqnntljr the reault of these hidden upptn andmlaers Whai tner are irritaoie ana levensn someumeti craving ooa ana eating ravenouiir- again reraiBgwaoiuome tossing restlessly in sleep moan Id and crlndinc thu teeth then be assured these symptoms ar todica ttoa - BAFAHNESTQGKS Many Ittoaa WBdarlTsSTr g G EO E WHITT Henry Snoefel 3 child nos been laid in the grave when the disease which canned iu death had been en- - and when worms havo really been the canse Ithaj been proved beyond cavil UtaCworBM tlrely misunderstood exist in the human nvtm from earliest infancy erefore parents especially moJAers who aro mora comtentfy oa with thttir children cannot be too observing1 of the first symptom or teomtsjor bo snrefT as tcey ips be tafelv and xneerttty removed from tho mott delicate infant by the timely use o f Bl Fahnetocks Veraswsfc Phvileiant do not hesitate to recommand It and ue It In their nractice and bust of the most eminent of nw profession from all parts of the country testify to Its uniform succexs In fact It never fails It ha fr cuently been given to children aa a safe purgative not snspectiBfr the caoso of the illnes and larze ynsiWw jf worms were aincnarsrmi ana Immediate relief auorueo Great caution mess do raea ax everr pureaasr to be hi own Judvre in one mentis and to ezamino every bottle he bays of it The umato naaae of Fiixsarrocx U not suSlcIent He must look closely and carefoliy to see that the winT are B A FAasxsTOcr aal be ilrd vriui nothing else NaT Feakjxix HOVTAttS Co Mo Messrs J E Schwartz Co Pittsburg Pa HaTlnjrnsed tha orfffinai B A Fahaeateck Versrf Qentlemenl have used some of that mont excellent fng In my practice for raany years I have bo fcert B A Fahnestocks Varmirnjre aud found It to remedy tancy In reccmmendlcj It as a remedy whlefa fas 0f have the desired effect I think your vermlf uga can VerBsifege Is where rtllablc and efficient in all not safelv be riisrjensed with in mt family 3L u needed jonrsicc j n uuaujktiuJiiJ xo SUCCXSSOKt CO Fiffskrg Pa wE SCHWARTZ Co BA a helpless VERMIFUGE wr caa twxuaxux Fahnestock Sk Prktrs Q igijjp LaD sw AN GO DEVLEB IN J GENERAL MERCHANDISE HAZEL GREEN KENTUCKY KKFM CONSTANTLY OX HAND A FULL ASSOSXUaKT OV Hi f fill PIVU u r EUPRY MHIiTU To J ElEni HlUillfl anr on A correspondent in an exchange gives the following If you ever endured the agony of a felon you will appeciate the fact that it can be cured by woolen smoke Place the woolen rags under au invert-Â¬ ed flower pot aod put coals upon them or set them on nre some other way then hold thc felon over the smoke and it will extract all the pain This is worth cut- t ting out and preserving pleasant WB acents who we clear Ins 15 day others S5 an lectins smau pictures to b copied and en- iargeo into beautiful ou Portrait To prove wtat Dullness is -M nve fan one can make ih tse have de-mm oa terms wuicu jaeal MH tn vfWnbk fve do 10 mak bUWln Isesa him samples notjujenm w we as uieae particulars mis announcement wu lr TBe nillsBS3edtatel7 oroa receipt of your letter aerrarocA rwtM a rt IVC ilKWf71 iimmi rrpittpbftnr taisuaadaow easy iwt rrauT ms r j j- - Hon R M Pieratt of Morgan county was in the City court day He is a candidate for the Democratic nomination for State Senator in the 34th district and will have a strong following for he is deservedly a very popular man Baiuey as his friends delight to call him is a level headed energetic young 0- 75 man and having had the experience of a Tho LADIES FAVCXRITE because term in the House of Representatives it is LIGHT IiranSttWG and does would make a firt class Senator His Â¬ such beautiful Col A J Mav formerly of Kentucky compeditors are Judge J J Hampton ite bocause itiawork Agenta Favora quick and easy seller and Col of the 10th Kentucky cavalry of Lee and Capt Shade Combs of It is probable that Judire I AGEXTS WAaTKDINUNQCCUPIED TEPM0HY C S A now a prominent lawyer was Breathitt shot and wounded in the right leg at M Vanarsdell of Menifee may enter csrrarcrr yoxz ciKotrxjji3s the race Sentinel Democrat Tazewell Court house Va ou the ISth IUHE MANUFACTURING CO mst Jn the trial or Miller and son Ashland Kan Jan IS 1SS7 charged with burnms their hotel Col Dear Editor If it is not too much Cer La Sails AYenue aal Ontario street May counsel for the defense accused a trouble for you to keep up with a tramp CHICAGO ILL change the address of my j witness A J Baldwin of having sworn you may falselv Baldwin prose and said You Herald from Denton Ky to Ashland TO C LYKI2S3 Both parties drew their re- - Kansas I dont think you will be both County Attorney are a liar Real Estate Agent volver3 and the discharge was almost ered with me any more for awhile I and Notary Public j simultaneous May was wounded in the am here to stay without a blizzard blows Practices in all Courts in Wolfe and Ad joining Counties and Court riht leg and four others were alo me back I remain your3 respectfully SSrCoIlcctions a Specialty of Appeals wounded G H Strothkr CAirnoK Woirr County Ky Â¬ I Staple and Fancy Dry Goods Ready mado Clothingr Hats Caps Boots Shoos Queensware Tinware Hardware Table and Pocket Cutlary Grocer- Â¬ ies Stoves and Farming Implements In fact everything usually kept in a first class country store and at BOTTOM PRICEi Also will take in exohnnge for Goods or in payment of any debt duo aie all kinds of Country Produce and Live Stock of everr description S V McWilliams NEW MT STERLING Co J I P ROGERS with CO Livery Sale and Feed Stable KY Headquarters dealers traders call oa for th SHIPLEY DOISY Drovers and Traders DRY GOODST Cor 4th and Elm custom made Suits Our goods are tailor made and corset fitting Immense line of Mens Boys and Childrens Boots Hats Caps and Underwear A Handsome line of j i The attention of horse and mule especiallv invited to our facilities hamlHnir of stock and we invite all of Wolfe and adjoining counties to us when iu the city is Strats OHIO- - CINCINNAIT CLARKE WITH SR TOWNSENDr WITH Sievers Garson Hardware -- Govli Wm H Fullerton JQ3BK5 OF 637 W Main Street LOUISVILLE KY Caps Hats GIev8 asaStraw UHiSreUas CHILL1COTHI i 1 V yy c 5 i i s - J w ovarii dining- sv fiiXEL GlEBf HERAI liit Sr f- t r I f r PITH AND POINT Why Its Mose Its Mose Its the Xred in the same block Then Christ and followed her visitor into the of Wales to all the modern improve Â¬ BUSINESS SUCCESS as came and iu the excitement of -room He had already discovered Hook and Ladder Companys lost dog ments but terrapin like beautv is It Depends to Great Extent on the Ju- Â¬ adorned the most when adorned the A new book is entkk Tk Im tkis important occasion New Years th fire and sat down before it with en- Â¬ What hurt your foot Mose dicious Use of Printers Ink hole Country It is smmMm MC police- Â¬ Day was forgotton for awLae It is tire satisfaction remarked the Jimminy and should alwajs be served There is no subject of so great im- - least hot it of conversations acxadeafaallj Â¬ we have you have you come man wonderful how soon Xew Years Day Heres the lost child very The true way to enjoy terraIm very glad cosies after Christmas and almost be Â¬ Wi1 you have some lemonade Xo been telephoning the city for Bill portauce that suggests so little to the pin i3 not to bury it amid the ruins of a heard - AXSTUU1T fore she knew it Enid found she must thanks I wont shake hands aain call back to the station for Mrs Elari ordinary mind as the subject of adver- - multiianous bill of tare but to give it She I think asynaaa oefht te I able to support W HV womaa- - H tising and yet in the advertisements the whole field and plenty of favor prepare for the eventful day when she Your paw is quite wet Sir You don t ty Will you have a would receive for the first time She care for lemonade The child is sick said the man who which are read every day and every With all his torpidity tne terrapin is I dont know aboat that aowe wewt TMC OLD AND NEW YEAR seemed to be a doctor had seen each of the five girls and macaroon Its a mercy week there is a potent force which con- - an elusive creature and adroitness com- Â¬ are insupportable you Globe seven boys and all had said they would I To her surprise he took themaca- - it was taken in before it dropped in the trols the daily weekly and annual bined with experience is needed to catch Â¬ t M cMjpoo are peliag -j One Hundred Years is roon at one bite and then held up his street Better call an ambulance ser- purchases of the consumers His great weakness is be pleased to come it is a him trait curiosity All thehis femin- of a new Thaaksgiviag poera tbe is a wave pB wave twrpsw It terrapin The day broke at last though Enid paw again and whined softly like a geant ine Tbetr fleece Si tfce saade of tfcae is f reel j acknowledged after readÂ¬ All this and ever so much more was power which not not generally recog hunters know this and the profit by terribly long seateace had been awake for an hour wondering i babv crvmg Chair Msic ea tie store Oh Is it hurt Let me see it I said and Enid explained to the ser- Â¬ a power which is ing the poem we are coaviaced tkat tfa if it ever would be daylight No won- it They will anchor their JL4Mrt are wildly heaviBg Jk tfce4r4wlw flew nized and yet it is vastly important in skiffs in a quiet nook wait for a poet deserved it Uterafetie was so dark It was raininjr hard- - thoujrit vou i alked lame Why vou geant all der it visitors her about AajaaoHMg Triads a drifting Breakfast was very late for Brigetta have hurt your fooL Let me bathe it Then the firemen marched out shaping the commercial transactions of few minutes in silence and then rap Some fireman soiewhre evi4efc Te Xew Yean leag ago 3Iaria and ThomasAugustus and Cicely in cold water for you Gracious me followed by the joyful Mose and the countn It is recognized bv all sharply on the side of the boat If a ly smitten with somebody gare the fal-Â¬ The laaipf gfeua tram tae city were in no particular hurry It did not I didnt think the lame would appear she saw the man put him on top of the classes as a regular and legitimate man- - terrapin happens to be in the neighbor Â¬ lowing toast Cupid and his torck titt Tfce lights from oat sad hall Car fBfly lodaed wiadews make any difference for it was a holi- - quite so quick truck and drive away in triumph It ner of nrrmliipin ivares to the err t hood he will invariabVy come to the sur- Â¬ only incendiarv that can kiftdle a- lase Tae aaaeers Beads ws fall Enid flew to the kitchen for a basin was wonderful how quickly the ambu- Â¬ public It is honorable and available face to see what the noise is about and which the engines can not quench day and Enids father was going to f cbUdaood A4 te the homeh feces clew spend the day in making calls and her of water and soon returned with a bowl lance arrived but somebocl else came and goe direct to the intelligent buyers as soon as he shows himself he ia ele Â¬ Sweet yotttfal Gns Have vou put the fportat Where jey aa4 mirth as brightly mother in receiving calls As it rained of warm water a clean towel and the quicker still and there was ciying and Merchants who have any reputation at vated into the open air by a skillfully to old Moneybags daughter lee- - years age lersa Enids mother said Enid must receive remains of the meal she had for lunch laughing all mingled together as a big stake or who intend lo continue busi Â¬ handled hand net Smalliron dredges Jnestion Jack No I bear there is a in the dining room Her guests could Her caller devoured the meat with evi- Â¬ woman in a red shawl and a blue hat ness make a stromr effort always are used frequently to drag the places prior attachment tnere Vrttket are glesy saadews uus 10a Awart ifce sBaatiiag saew come in at the area gate besides it dent pleasure while Enid bathed the came in and picked up the forlorn little to have their goods fullv equal to the where the terrapin are supposed to ue j dmt sav go jack Yes the sheriff Tpieoc spward steli eg Aad would save the parlor carpets Enid lame foot and lound it up with her mite of a child in her arms and kissed advertisement and neon have come a lavonte metnou is to sunt in a zeea- nttiphed pvpi v thino- the old man la watepers tress below v fTMe oajwrs are peaHap gayly did not object to this The dining handkerchief Then the caller politely Enid and said to place nior e dependence in the ads j ing ground with seine neavnv loaueu owns N Y Sun Aad hearts are btrating ixik room was in the basement and from licked her hands and thev both felt May the Lord kape ye little lad3 and are not now as formerly on con- - at the bottom and then to take a three- The Otd Years sads arc satiered Pray go the windows she could see the guests j better He was certainly a gentleman for takin in me precious Mikey and to tinual watch and ward to prevent swin- - pronged stick something on the order on Professor to students me ia Te eeatsries goae by annoy smoking arrive At ten oclock her father went for he made no silly remarks about the think its New Years Da3 and thank dies Many lead ing houses have of Neptunes trident except that the least on the it doesnt I like to see oth Â¬ The feets are eaMag slowly contrary ex- - weather and when she had wiped his out and soon after all the servants and Aad aelema is tbe time to- Â¬ 3011 kindly and O Doctor its never placards posted in lesale rooms eall- - prongs are placed triangularly meaaemt aad the seaveas he seemed to be a very hand Â¬ the ambyiance it wants but its moth- Â¬ ing attention to the tact that goods are proceed to work lhe expert does this ers enjoy it It is the same with A cept Mercy Patience Jones went off and long fur hay I dont eat any my tag wit the New Years chime bacco aswith some fellow He lay down on the floor ers arms God bless ye all the earriajje came for her mother sold as advertised which is a quasi by prodding the stick into the mud un-Â¬ self but am delighted to watch others Ts tbe New Year give welcome I pleasant time dear Treat j before the fire and beat the carpet with feels something move and then Have a Tbe fair aatreddea land And with that the reporter stop- Â¬ acknowledgment that customers are til he Where time has left no stain your callers like a little ladv There his tail as much as to say he reaches down and hauls forth a enjoying it X Y Telegram ped writing in his little books and the sometimes gulled and that every thing 2fer leached with wmYriBg hand Servant to woman at the door I am much obliged inarm for your ambulance drove quickly away with a is not as advertised are some games in the secretary and If this were not diamond back Often too oystermen The mistress was taken very ill last Tbe past say have sad memrios Mercy will bring in the cake and the kind attentions loud ring of its bell and the doctor and true there would be no use for the haul up terrapin in their dredges Laid ia the grave of years Terrapin farming is not the success night and cant see anyone Thems If they only would come now what policeman shook Enid by the hand placards limes are changing prices lemonade whenever you wisli it Good Oer which the flowers are springing bye Stay in the dining room all the fun we would have with our first caller and the people in the street drifted out are more evenly regulated ana tne una ic migut ue xuere are several my orders Woman les Will you Fed fc rcpeatant tears XV f stare had bo sorrow Set time and go to bed at nine oclock I Its half past four now and quite dark of sight in the darkness and onry the credit system is dving out all of which farms in Maryland but they are not please sav that Miss S the dressmaker brief He partlag and so sin Theyll never come now Oh well it messenger bov remained shall come home soon after ten denotes improvement in the trade We carried on extensively One in Calvert is at the door Servant after a stairs Tbe staialefefi page on written absence You are to walk up can say that I reÂ¬ Clasps hope akH6 within It was half past ten when Enid sat doesnt matter I If you please Miss sign my time take it for crranted that all business County is the largest It consists of a down in her best frock and the big arm ceived one caller though he isnt very card men of experience will admit the value small salt iter lake Board fences nium NL Y Herald Peal a ye bells so gsyly If he had a mind Of course she could talkative chair to receive While hearts are beating high Have ou been wait Â¬ of a judicious use of printers ink One surround it to keep out the muskrats Gracious Aad mbc as saiae impulsive Just then a most singular thing hap- Â¬ ing all this time Theres no message of the strongest arguments in its favor and foxes both enemies of the terrapin one at once They hardly expect any The dude he would go a conrtiag Uaeaacfossly replyThen said his mamma kind would not come before eleven as they pened She thought she heard a child cry- thank 3011 Shall I sign nr full name is found in the fact that among our ex- Â¬ The hatcheries consist of boards partly longer You must not go and he anawere I hear these chimes no away with sand and had all the afternoon and evening in ing She ran to the window and there There it is and good night Each seead has died Til go il I have a mind Im real tensive advertisers there are almost no filledwhen the femalesare so arranged Whe ef the throng that listened The mother smiled serenely enter they can that which to appear and pay respects sure enough was a mite of a child all sleep3 Shut the door hard Im so failures in busine Will hear next New Years Day Then said in accents low Eleven oclock came and no one had ar-Â¬ alone in the rain in the empty street In mercantile pursuits as in war the not get out until taken out The young If that is the case my darling sleepy You certainly rill not go 18S7rived She changed her seat and sat I do believe the poor thing is lost boldest and most aggressive become terrapin are left in the nursery for teu Â¬ down by the window where she could Ill go out and see Mr Minks I met an old school Â¬ Oer the midnight darkness Enid Enid Wake up deary Why heroes An aggressive policy is not months or a year The curiosity ren-With a measured pace possible the training of the terra- mate to day for the first time in forty She started toward the door and her youre fast asleep in the rug and its necessary a reckless policy because the ders look out There was nothing to be Steals the New Year noiseless seen save the wet stones of the walk caller sat up Throsgh the empty space former may pursue conservative and Pm so tnlt rey respond when called at years and we had a grand talk about past ten oclock a man rapiuiy It Keep your seat sir if 3011 please and the muddy streets At one of the ieedmg It was her mother She had come legitimate means without in the least The best time liiey multiply purposes old times Mrs Minks and waslong as Hark I hear the greeting Â¬ as terrapin for eating O yes opposite houses there was a little bas Ill be right back I suppose home and New Years Da3 was over jeopardizing capital or reputation A Of a thousand bells The caller understood and lay down Filling earth with music ket tied with a blue ribbon to the bell confusion the business house which pursues reputable should measure six inches and should Ive lived I never saw such a perfect Merc Enid What And with mystic spells It will be great fun to see the gentle- Â¬ again The strange child out in the room is in You must have had a great methods in advertising can never be be freshly caught The very large ter- Â¬ example of contentment and earthly Did he marry men march up the steps and put their rain seemed to be bewildered and lost deal of compan happiness as he is Yoecg hearts beat expectant accused of reckless expenditure To rapin are coarse as well as expensive No he never mar Aged dimly peer anv one I know cards in the basket Â¬ Baltimore Cor JV Y Times Whats your name little boy And My properly direct the advertising depart Yes I did a good deal Threaga the shadowy distance Omaha World Suddenly to her great surprise the Mike rieil Lad- - fell asleep again and Merc Pa- Â¬ ment of an extensive business requires Of the unknown year FURNACE HEATING clock bn the mantel struck twelve Two Where do you live Bagley who has just been intro- Â¬ tience carried her off to bed in her the most competent business ability Prayer and praise commingling men and a boy and one cab had passed Dont know Me and Jimmy fol- Â¬ arms and she slept soundly till morn- Â¬ It requires discretion and good sound Four Points to lie Considered In the Selec- Â¬ duced Colonel Trump of the Hog TJBto Heaven ascend the door Not a soul had gone up the lowed the orgin and Jimmys lost judgment to insure the greatest degree town Howler Happy to meet you My Iscesse holy upward tion of a Furnace ing Silestly dcth wend opposite steps to put a card in the bas Â¬ Then why dont you go home of success If however the article wife sent several poems to the Howler And then and then It all came out 1st Be sure and put in a furnace ket Not a soul had rung the bell at Its lost too Shall the Old Years sorrows Every word of it was in the morning advertised possesses real merit it only capable of comfortable heating the in earlier years They never appeared their own door She hoped none of the Enid looked up and down the street papers and the postman brought a big requires to be persistentl kept before Cleud the New Years sun I believe Colonel Trump Possibly And a wailing minor boys or girls would go up the steps in hopes some friendly policeman letter for Miss Enid with the compli the public to insure success We have building in the coldest weather without not You see I am compelled to send Through its gladness run The back or destroy interesting matter She would might be in sight- - There was not a to the front door in mind a poor mechanic who many heating the fire pot to red heat and Ladder ments Xay some angel singer where she could see the steps man to be seen and it was already No 6 of Hook handkerchief Company vears ago workd at a bench re- - contraction and expansion due to the every day I receive so much Bagley sit she had and the In loves sweet employ and watch for them She tried to read quite dark came great changes of temperature in the Indeed Why dont you put some of and it of sadness Tarn each note used to bind up her lirst visitors paw pairing harness Davy and the Goblin but the Cocko Come into the house and get warm onl n nlintrKrivi nh nf tlio nnhli fellmv i under his notice tug furnace when the fire has to be forced it in the Howler occasionally Phila- Â¬ that the Into strains of joy lorum got all mixed up with Jobby You look as cold as water ice grateful members buckles in use were a continual source soon loosen the joints of a furnace built delphia Call 143y the dead past teach us edV wocky and she laid the book down with Yes inarm Im all wet wid the himself signNo G the the afternoon a of trouble causing a frequent demand up of several pieces and pennit the es- Â¬ iJessoas Xure and grand Sweetly explained I wish I waa In of Compan a little sigh of disappointment Why rain And Gods richest blessing man called to say that Master Mike for repairs and during his leisure hours cape of the gases of combustion into a star hesaid smiling at his own po Â¬ Rest on every land You can sit by the fire and per-Â¬ dont thev come WI13 dont they the he perfected a model of an improved etic fancy I would rather you were Xrt Anne Gcukidl in CongregtUtonalitt Itrs lucky the lemonade doesnt haps a policeman will come along to Elarity was doing well and sent lady buckle in two parts A few of them the fresh air supply come she said dreamily His a comet Â¬ compliments of the season to the Wrought iron and steel plate furneed warming take you home Come right in I re- Â¬ and the boofer dog were manufactured but as usual with naces are now made which are claimed heart beat tnmultuously And whyTT A LITTLE HEROINE Â¬ ceive to day and I am quite alone Suddenly came a tremendous surmost patents nobody believed in them Of course if the whole affair was in to cast lie asked tenderly at the same time to The firstcaller stood up and growled prise The clock struck one It was but the inventor As a last expedient by the makers but be superior shown taking her unresisting little hands in it has been already afternoon Her guests would as soon as the second caller ap- Â¬ the newspapers it must be true that a friend was induced to spend a thou Â¬ iron furnaces And why he repeated im-Â¬ My Lady receives Charles Barnard Â¬ iron furnaces may leak his own Why My Lady Enid Came Be- surely come very soon Then she re- Â¬ peared sand dollars in advertising for a half that wrought been some time usecL Oh she said with a periously having Be quiet Sir This is only a lost in N Y Independent membered it was time for lunch She interest in the invention and the l esult after seems to be the general opinion cf brooding earnestness that fell upon his fore the Public It arose from her seat by the windw and bo and hes wet and cold Sit right which followed was a handsome in- Â¬ soul like bare feet on a cold oil cloth RACING ROGUERIES Whats There she down b the lire little bo went out to the kitchen which placed both of them manufacturers of hot air furnaces that come because then vou would come round which one can made among the wealthy and independent no rule can befurnacebyhe should use to only once every fifteen hundred years Mv Ladys name is Enid She was found Mercv Patience reading a book 3our name Criminal Dodires by Vhicli Some Great Mike pitcher of the capitalists of our progressive country tell what size amount of space They A Y Ledger ten years old when on the day after On the table stoodplate bigcake cover- Â¬ He was if ou please marm and then llorsos Have Been Kuinod dreadfully ragged of kind heat a given and the Thanksgiving she decided she would lemonade napkin About half a century ago at New-Â¬ Innumerable instances of the same to go by is experi- Â¬ his hands were red with cold could be cited Printers ink is mighty say the only thing account the exposure Day ed with a receive callers on New Years several horses who stood RUSSIAN USURERS have lunch Mercy if Its a mere 3ou didnt catch your marketbetting at different times highÂ¬ it is potent and our successful mer Â¬ ence taking into location of furnace I think sudHer Aunt Jane came to dinner at you please Ill how our shoes are in the free- Â¬ of the building death Do 3011 see chants are those who have used it relv upon hence an architect Poor StrnjpsUa Thanksgiving and it was then Enid Thats right denly went off sick just before the race ly Of course there are many excep- Â¬ etc recommendation of must manufact- Â¬ How Tliey Oppress the Peasantry Yes Miss The lemonade is all steaming in the heat and Despondent the Sit down on the rug b the dog Oh for which they were entered some died tions but alflarge advertisers attribute the beard her mother and Aunt Jane deÂ¬ ready deal Russia is fast verging toward land is one of mean plain lunch Nobody theres some lemonade and some maca- Â¬ others recovered but all were disabled their success to a liberal investment in urer and it is therefore abest to repu- Â¬ 2b I scribe the whole thing Enid only with those who have good lordism in its most pronounced form You for the time being and favorites that a printers ink Take any two houses those charming young ladies who are has called yet They will come this roons Will you have some tation and the people are being divorced know I receive to day few hours previously outstripped eveiy with which you are acquainted one at the table seen but not heard and afternoon Especial care wholesale from the soil which their 2 Cold air supply Both of the visitors partook of maca- Â¬ advertises extensively and one Mercy soon brought some cold meat to secure a rival would come straggling 3ards be Â¬ that this was doubly charming because she and bread and should always be butter and a pitcher of roons and the last visitor partook of hind the field Every one knew they which does not and watch the trade of large supply of freshtaken means of a fathers tilled and by which alone them- Â¬ one so air by was very comely maiden for the two houses for a day or a week or and Enid tried to eat it but two whole cups of lemonade but for a long a month and note the difference The wooden ormetal duct connecting the selves can live In anothergeneration young She could talk with the most milk not Her mind was on that silent Guess youre prett hungry both of had been hobbled could delightful freedom when the time and bell and wondering why it did not you Eat it all if you want to I time the perpetrator remained undis- Â¬ study will be of interest to you as af-Â¬ air chamber under the furnace with an at the present rate of progress or will be on one side place allowed At dinner she merely ring Then she began to fear the bell dont suppose I shall receive any one covered at last however a notorious fording a lesson in business enterprise opening in the outside wall of the degredation there preferably on the north an agricultural proletariat of sixty or partook of the good things and said was out of order or that her guest- else to day scoundrel one Dan Dawson was of the kind that wins success in the lot-Â¬ building This duct should seventy millions on the other a clas3 Suddenly the strangest thing hap Â¬ caught red handed poisoning the tery of life The two firms may be or west side thank you and couldnt ring it and she hastily uranK and Yes Mann be as large as the opening in oikoulate and mir eaters holding If you please and looked as sweet as some miiK ana went uacic to tne win- Â¬ pened The visitor put his little hands troughs During the trial it came equally matched in capital and oneÂ¬ the base of the furnace The air sup- Â¬ particularly when the candy dow to watch The clock ticked and to his head and rolled over on the floor out that he had made a regular may sell as cheap as the other but peo- ply should on no account be taken from all the land and virtually owning those heeould Mercy The child has fainted He trade of these nefarious practices and ple watch the papers when is cultivated The present Came in with the black coffee Not ticked and the rain fell drip drip in cellar because it is almost sure to by whom it she ever partook of the coffee as monotonous murmur on the wet stones must be sick What shall I do What it was more than suspected that not a they contemplate making purchases thennnnininntorl with one vefmino system is based on the bondage of the that she had not et reached years of indis- Â¬ ontside the window Enid got out a shall I do Mercy Patience will be as few of the biggest men on the turf were and somehow they have come to regard door and perhaps fieasants Koulaks usurers andlandÂ¬ the their money taking as secretion when people drink black coffee game and tried to play solitaire game cross as a bear if she sees them and his employers but although he was the linns which do not advertise as old from may furnace be decaying matter or bad there Well as before remarked she was seen but soon gave it up At three oclock drive them both out of the house Oh condemned to death whether from the fogyish in their methods and too far plumbing in the cellar which also give curity the hypothecation of the borrow- Â¬ but not heart which gave her a fine Mercy brought in the cake and lemon- Â¬ I know Ill telephone hope that some among his influential behind the times to be desirable places ers future labor and once in debt the Enid pulled a chair up to the telephone patrons would intercede for a reprieve to buy goods Chicago Shoe and Leath- Â¬ off injurious gases Russian peasant is never free- - He be- Â¬ chance to hear even thing that was ade and placed it on the table The fresh air supply should not be comes the rang the bell just a- - she had many or from that hatred which certain men er Review slave of his creditor Your company are very late Miss said and make up her own opinion brought in through an underground who exactsbond pound of ilesh with Shy Yes Mercy they are Very late I times before and when the bell rang of his class have against peaching his about it duct without taking especial precau- lock ferocity again put the instrument to her ear Aunt Jane said she should receive on do hope the will come soon he never betrayed them and remained PALATABLE REPTILES tions to have it air tight and should Hello Central New Years Day and her mother said But the debtor when his creditor is a silent to the end The most minute I am going up to my room for a litnear a drain or A thin squeaky voice said Hello was convenient for Aunt tle rest are taken to guard the Some of the Salirnt Tolnts or the TJapiily not pass across or landlord has a simple yet effective way precautions that if it sewer she would like to receive at the himself He works as little Growin Terrapin Industry All right Mercy I will wait here in return race horse from such dangers yet the Jane 3 A furnace is usually placed near of avenging Send me the doctor real quick cunning or daring of his enemies fre- Â¬ same time at Auut Janes house The They must come soon and ineffectually as he knows how The Baltimore is the greatest terrapin center of a building the object being The room seemed to grow dark and Somebodys sick here quently proves more than a match for market in the world just as the Chesa- Â¬ thehave the flues conveying the heated free laborer does twice as much and two ladies agreed that this was a good to Who is your doctor deal better and for this arrangement as Cicily the parlor girl chilly and a tear ran down Enids the care of his owners it a peake Bay is the greatest feeding air from it as short as possible Hori- Â¬ does theregreat remedy except one that Oh I dont know I forget his is no evil In 1821 Lancrcost was regarded as and Brigetta Maria the cook and cheek heated air are very is esti- Â¬ for these reptiles Send the Ascot Thomas Augustus the butler for tome Its very mean and cruel in them name right an doctor real quick the certain victor for conveyed to cup ground that out of this bay andItits trib-Â¬ zontal flues for the friction in them is worse than the disease it is meant to undesirable as All the mated While he was being fiingnlar Teason had decided that they when thev know Im Im waiting the current and involves cure a well paid overseer for every day for a How cold it is Ill light the fire Thank vou Good bye in charge utaries over 1500000 worth are taken checks course in a van the grooms all wanted that particular The direction of bondageman ror the peasant who is loss of heat The child la still and white on the stopped at an inn between Leatherhead annually holiday Enid remarked to herself that dis not off The fire roared in a dull angry sort the wind has a great influence working wantsa itdebt does and fear gov- Â¬ Â¬ wanted to receive of way and when Enid took down the rug and the big dog was licking its and Sunninghill to refresh leaving one 30 a dozen in fact the thev too probably At the average price of air flues and for missal on the action of hot and if they did it would only leave blower she sat and gazed sadly into the hand to keep watch Just after they had this means 600000 terrapin and it re this reason it is better to place the fur- Â¬ ernment allows no one to use the rod Why If the child is lost Id better gone into the house two sailors came Mercy Patience Jones the chamber glowing coals A dreadlul sense 01 re-Â¬ quires the steady work of over 500 men nace not in the center but toward that but itself- - The koulak or local usurer cried one heres to catch them and loneliness began to creep over call a district messenger and let him out of it Hello at home gret girl Like the canvas back side of the house against which the is in a better position than the big land- Â¬ She wont mind said Enid to her Â¬ her What if the should not come find an officer and he can take the Lanercost lets have a peep at him A peasant himself he works in chiefly on winter winds blow most frequently and lord Mercy Patience never receives She could never never War it Then child to the station and telegraph to its and he sprang up on the side of the ducks the terrapin feeds self the fields with his bondsmen and can strongest In the Northern States this he somehow seemed to see in the coals folks Wonder I didnt think of that van while his companion at the water celery or water cress and this will be toward the northwest shes much too old She must be If a seo that they work- - Being more- Â¬ and two months by this a certain man who gave a feast and in- Â¬ before same time diverted the attention grass is particularly abundant in the building of large area is to be warmed over a man of importance in She moved the chair to the signal of the man on guard A moment Chesapeake more so in fact than in any time for she was mothers own nurse vited many friends to attend and be the village he is naturally more furnace heat it will be much better merry with him The guests did not box intending to turn the handle part afterward the first jumped down other body of water in this country by use two or three furnaces distributed feared and better served than the ab-Â¬ when mother was a baby to Enids come ami the man telephoned to all way to call a messenger In her haste again and then the two disappeared This explains why the canvas back over the area than one large central sentee owner It is obvious that under So it was all arranged these conditions agricultural progress into a copse It was all done so quick- Â¬ duck after leaving his British home mother was to spend New Years Day their houses but the people telephoned she turned it too far There I do believe Ive called a ly that the groom had no time to interÂ¬ further North than even New York one The register and hot air Cues and scientific farming are quite out of and all back they had so many things to do and evening at Aunt Janes 4 the servants except Mercy Patience they were not able to come So the messenger and policeman and all the pose and before he could summon his aldermen go flies straight to the Chesa Â¬ should be of ample size as it is much the question- - Bondage labor Is cheaper man called a district messenger and engines were to have a holiday mates the men were out of sight When peake every autumn It explains too quantity of air than any other cheaper even thaa have a The child seemed very white and still the race came on instead of achieving why the terrapin roost in its coves and better to at a lowlarge Besides who would in-Â¬ Enid wondered how it could be a gent out and invited the lame and blind temperature than a machinery admitted Happy New Year if the first day was to and the halt in the by ways to come to and the first visitor put his bandaged the anticipated victory poor Lanercost along its shores and refuse to leave un- Â¬ small quantity of air at a very high vest money in labor saving machines paw in her hand and howled in a dismal came in last In the course of the en- Â¬ til taken away to grace the festivities of temperature be spent at home all alone with Mercy the feast Builder and Wood- Â¬ when he can lend it out at two or three Patience Jones She thought it all over hundred per cent per annum So it I dont suppose there - are an by way that frightened her The water suing month he entirely changed color the dinner table And yet terrapin is a comparatively worker comes to pass that land owners and and had a most brilliant idea She was in the cit- - Beside- I shouldnt and towel were still there and she and was never fit to run again There Tvould receive herself She knew just know what to pav to the messenger boy knelt down with a little shiver of is no doubt that the pretended sailor recent clish Within the present cen- Â¬ usurers grow rich cereals are exported Traps for Cockroaches how to do it-- You put on vour best I couldnt write cards and if I did the alarm and began to bathe the childs had contrived to administer some tury one of the great planters of Anne and the peasants die Hardly a year face The first visitor lay down and powerful drug to the animal during the Arundel County leaves it on the record clothes and sit in the parlor and folks blind couldnt read them passes that parts of Russia are not de- Â¬ Put a little molasses in the bottom of vastated by local famines-- Instances that he bought the best terrapin in the Howd do and Four oclock They must come soon put his head on the floor and watched few seconds he hung over his box come in and say common tin basin and a piece of board of anthropopo hagy often occur the twelve and a half with time a Its vary warm lor this time ot ear or it would be dark fcad and wear her Deaiy big wistful e3es the lame Somewhere about the same favorite Annapolis market forhis slaves rebelled for the insects to walk up on when me I didnt think cents each and that horse named Marcus was the and Iwisnyon a nappy New lear i with waiting and disappointment she wretched peasants being reduced to and then vcu sav Thank vou it is went to the window to look out on the and the lost would be quite so trouble- Â¬ for the St Leger The day before the because he gave them terrapin instead they will slide down the slippery sides such straits that in their desperatioa I pretty warm and T Wont you have dreary street Just as she camer to the some Gracious Theres the bell 111 race while he and some other horses of pork Forty years ago old John M of the basin in their eargerness to get thev cat human fiesh literally prey o t jT TI II some caker ana J inanK 3 ou very window wit 11 ner uaiuiKercniei in ner nope it is not me company xauau ieu were standing at the Doncaster Anns Clayton who was among the first to at the sweet They will be unable to each other Cor San francise an ill looking fellow entered the kitchen discover the gastronomic excellence of crawl up and get out of the sides of the Chronicle kindly Many happy returns Hope j hand to hide the tears of mortification them Im not receiving jut now The bell rang again furiouly and of that tavern and seated himself beside the terrapin bought them in quantities you had a pleasant time Come again that would come to her eyes she saw a and they can then be destroyed pass slowly along the walk there seemed to be a terrible clatter in a boiler from which the stable lads paying one dollar for an ox cart load basin Good bye large dog WORTH KNOWING by emptying them into the fire If you She mentioned her little plan to her He seemed to see her for he paused the street She looked out of the win were every noAV and then drawing wa- Â¬ which ho would have dumped in his have a sufficient quantity of molasses and stood by the gate looking wistfully dow and there were four callers a dis- - ter for their charges There was no cellar like a ton of coal Here the they will smother in it xiother and her mother said the Dbcoloratina ef the Or take How to Prevent After a Blow bkin trict messenger boy and a fireman and one in the kitchen save a maid servant terrapin laid all winter or until the de-vou thalL You can at her Yes dear to a quart bowl of glazed ware and Take a little starch or arrow root Poor thing He is wet and cold a policeman and a young man who whom the stranger sent out to bring mands of the table had exhausted the a deep saucer from which the center invite some of year girl friends to call Washington and you that day and Mercy Patience And how handsome he is Oh Oh He looked like a doctor She ran to the him a pot of beer When she returned stock It is said that on Place this bro Â¬ and merely moisten it with ccld water door and the visitors all spoke at once the girl was going to fill her tea kettle Lafayette and Cornwalls andTarleton has been cracked out bowl can make some lemonade and jierhaps is coming in He wants to call on me and fill the and lay it on the injured ptvrt This ken saucer on the Messenger lUiss- - Where s the nrc from the boiler but the fellow stopped softened the asperities of Yorktown bv edges Her tears were not dry on her face some cake for your guests with a little putty When the must be done immediately o as to terrapin Thank vou very Kindly s aid Enid and were all mixed up with a smile as Did you telephone lor doctorr W hat s her by saying I would not take my tea dishes ofdelicacy to but thev evidently putty hardens you will have a capital prevent the action of the air upoa the themselves for ft water from there if I was you it looks kent the but I don t want to ask the girls La-- she opened the big iron gate under the the trouble Miss You will be obliged skin However It may be applied never attained anv - rnvt- popularity cock roach trao yellow and greasy - front steps Before she could reply the fireman so dies stav at home and receive tbe gento set sticks against the sides of the some hours sifterwards with good ef- boldly puhed into the hall and after get it outside she uutil the last half century All right Ill Come in Sir if you please Imdellemen Now the call for terrapin enie from bowl for them to enter it and of course fects Happy I hope he him came all the others followed by answered When she came back the Oh I see Your ladyship wants lighted to see you Cucumber all parts of this country and Europe put molasses in the bowl 1 learned this when a resMeat the boys to come too Very well ask wont -- ee Pve been crying Happy New two more policemen and another fire Â¬ second time the man was gone Cleveland frequently gets parings scattered about the haunts of of France The next morning two horses were President man and two little men with pencils and Mary to bring Year Sir It may already be Gracic un Ellen found dead in their stalls while Mar terrapin from Baltimore Large ship the roaches or washing the paint with known here with them The dog seemed to smile in an amia- - and note books but I have rae their brothers away the pests with none auong my acquaintac96 I receive to day and theres a lame mis who was just able to run came in mpnrs nre niside everv week to New- alum water will drive was not wholly satisfied with ble way and coming nearer gravety Enid Good Housekeeping who seem to have heard of it The old child and a lost dog No Theres no last and also died during the day York Its growing popularity in Enthe arrangement but she accepted it put up his paw as if to shake hands WTiat n orpntlnminlv dog Come fire I made a mistake The signal Upon the bodies being opened arsenic gland is due to American uinuence wfhrvnt- wrimiR nhipptinri- remedy raw meat is not always a A certain civil engineer now high hand and some children have an insur was found in their stomachs The girl Those who have never seen a Britisher The girls can receive with me and right in I receive to day though of just flew round of itself Bv this time her numerous visitor- - hen remembered the incident of the essay for the first time a dish of terrapin in the profession is- said to have got mountable repugnance to let it be ap-Â¬ that will be just the same rll tell course you didn t know it afer who liad no doubt poisoned the have missed an iuterresting study in his start from his first report of a sur-Â¬ plied I always make ise of the abo She took his wet paw and looked into had reached the dining room them to come first and then the bos Invariably he gazes vey He had been sent out to inspect a remedy when my children meet with a vater in the copper and had she facial expression watci Bill said one policeman was a wistful can calk and we will receive theni lust his Drown eves lucre een as stubborn as most of her kind upon it as if it were a plate of boiled river which a Congressional lobby accident there is nothing unpleasant receive their appealing look in them and with a lit-Â¬ the door Let no one in but the men as Mother and Aunt Jane everal human victims would have fishing wonns Then after much per Â¬ wanted improved for navigation and in it3 use and it keeps down swelling tle choke between a sob and a laugh Seems this kid is alone callers jeen added to the equine list By the suasion he tastes it andforevermore he when he returned he handed in this and cieanses and facilitates the laeafeg i udden v the hrst visitor jumped u This is the way she arranged the she held the gate wide open and her f n hi ilr and leaped so high his lore defeat of Marcus the owner of a horse is its patron and friend The recipes brief but comprehensive statement w hen the little one faU of scratch affair and in due time invitations first caller solemnlv nattered over he oil nn in jtii Choi are numerous from the famous one of The river is not worth a tiarathe gravel In th garde written on postal cardii ware duly fnnit cloth caqwt and into the dining room j pans restt on the shoulders of the Miy namedr-- Chorister won 7000 f SwnWord whulrcaptivatedtho Princa j troll Tritec nj ho hall door j iunui w 5 nwy 5 i jfijis jut Mftit yfi wki l iuS fif J --- 1 i 1 l knn Hw--ingt- on j low-gun-nel- ed bt - j l i - - - -- - i te j j - - - -- now-a-da- ys 1 -- Â¬ Â¬ -- sev-enry-th- ree i I j 1 J i I 1 I - Â¬ - 1 - 1 1 1 1 1 - - 9 yi Ks 1 1 1 - -- - v mfjwe Mmtyts a 11 n- MR HOtk BOWSER n Iv0 V ir The word sick which the Ameri cansjxe where most of us use the word ill had the meaning they assign to it in the days of Chaucer of ShakesÂ¬ peare and of Pope Where we speak of a person being plain the Americans would describe him as homely- - one more 9erear ifs all infernal non- - usage retaining a perfectly classical In Miltons Comus we have Ioraerxsuit of clotlies is for ItThey homely features to keep home 1her are ready for me at the date set had their name thence ifcece k any reason way a ir The verb to whittle most people crat do business on bueiaess probably would pronounce to be a newly coined word but it is not so jjKmckm I vnut t know it Johnson gives an example of its use A caat ieip it I protested JW vow cm t xou women are from Hakewith on Providence a book was in 1627-i fee oe imposed aixm as you are whichword published equivalent It is a good in the liaving no TdUke to see ae of these dressmakers WmbBocfeiae aroasd the way they do language and those who have preserved it have done wisely The substantive whittle signifying a knife is found cywi deat wear dresses in Shakspeare Timon of Athens v Bar which thaak Heaven There is SMre BonooBse about selecting a dress 2 but seems to have died out not long Slick again we should at umi hcTiagit made up than is seen in after first sight imagine to be undoubtedly of Mi idlet asylci ia x vear I tell you Yankee manufacture but we should be ksaSoaJir wrong Chapman 1603 describes 4T aalght select my dress goods for quitegod Apollo as both slicke and the T Ofe igfct Well hang me if I daintie and later on in the century we find at Yes sir Til o down this Terr Browne the word used by Sir Thomas and Fuller The former speaks afeeraoea aad buy a new dress and Ill of slick stones t e smooth stones A SdHew the clothuntil you hare it on salutation which one jevc back Til show you Mrs Bow Â¬ familiar form of in the States How hears sometimes ser that beeiaess is business He began operations after dinner dye is not of native growth but has Mr Bowser has aa alarm clock which the sanction of no less a writer than 66 off to the minute He therefore Pope- - Years make men more talkaÂ¬ arepies that everybody else ought to go tive he says but less writative no with the same promptness and dis Â¬ that I now write no letters but of plain patch He jumped off the car and business or plain how dyes to those rushed iato a dry goods store and said few I am forced to correspond with In the case of cute we have in one Gfve ase twelve yards of stuff for a and the same word an instance of the drees lkkP legitimate preservation of bygone usage Calico or silk queried the clerk and the unwarrantable introduction of Why silk of course You may give me two shades six yards in a novelty When Americans use it in the sense of clever sharp they ahade Til take green and blue But 210 one can get a dress out of can show that it was so employed in twelve Tards of silk and as lor the col- Â¬ the pat but when in the sense of pret-Â¬ ty they can do no such thing Many ors of the fair sex use the word with its latÂ¬ They cant eh howled Bowser 4jy mother never had over ten yards ter meaning to an exasperating extent will hear 3 011 for a dressand twelve has got to make Aint he cute a whole chorus exclaim as they gaze ia oe for my wife The colors are all rapture on some bab3 or again right Other ex Â¬ The clerk gave him what he asked What cute little dresses amples of old words that would hvo for and Bowser rushed home and died out and been lost to the language jlunjr the package in my lap with Been gone just thirty seven minutes had they not been well cared for in by the watch while you would have their new transatlantic home mght Freshet truly de- Â¬ been fooling around three afternoons easily be cited scribed by Archbishop Trench a an Theres twelve full yards and if 3 011 have any pieces left you can line my exquisite word is one of them it i3 used by Milton overcoat sleeves Twelve yards Why I never get All tlsh from sea or shore Freshet or purlins brook less than twenty three Dont you see how narrow silk i Another is bluff formerly how- Â¬ Uml I thought it was sheeting ever used as an adjective c 5 a width of course Thats another fraud bluff peninsular pn minence where- Â¬ going to look to as the Americans followed by our own And the shades I cant wear cm Tennyson round the hills from bluft no one could to bluff employ it as a substantive You cant WelL j ou will all the others are snag a word which we same This talk about matching the meet in Spenser and Dryden rile complexion with dress goods is the the same as roil an old verb signifying twaddle of idiots If green and blue to disturb to vex and found in wont hit you then let her miss Its Chaucer my taste and I think I know what be- Â¬ The use of the formal Sir when longs to harmony Well go down aft Â¬ addressing a stranger or person with er supper and get some dressmaker to whom one has only a slight acquaint- Â¬ begin work ance i another instance of the reten- Â¬ But I know what shell ear I tion by the Americans of past modes of Oh you do Well you leave that speech Good illustrations of this par- Â¬ to me Im bossing this job Mrs ticular custom as it existed at the time Bowser and Til learn you a thing or that the New World was being colon- Â¬ two before we get through ized are found in the Coiapleat After supper we drove down town to Angler whose author died in the year la dressmakers As we got out of the in which Philadelphia was founded by carriage Bowser charged me to keep Penn Such sentences as the following my mouth shut and let him do the talkÂ¬ are constantry occurring Sir I shall ing and I cheerfully promised obedi Â¬ by your favor bear you company as far ence He carried the bundle under his as Theobalds Sir my fortune has arm and as we entered the shop he answered my desires I am sir a he asked brother of the angle and so on Will you take contract to build It is evident then that main7 so Hirs Bowser a dress and have It fin- Â¬ called Americanisms so far from being ished at a certain date arbitrary novelties have the clearest Let me see the goods she replied right lobe regarded as English unde but no sooner had she opened the pack Â¬ filed Pall Mall Gazette age than she asked Is it some faucv skirt for the circus AGE AND EXPERIENCE ring Circus ring he whooped what is The Intellectual Force of 3ren Who Ar Old In Years and Wisdom there about these goods to remind you We make a great mistake in America of a circus ring when we lay our old men 011 the shelf The colors Mrs Bowser he said as he turned while they are still in their prime as to me we will go elsewhere- - It is counselors Benjamin Franklin was evident that this person has come out sent to France as a Minister when he of some door knob factory to take up was seventy years old and the best dressmaking work he did for his country he did beÂ¬ At the second place the dressmaker tween his seventy first and seventy smiled as she saw the colors and re- Â¬ The State of New York plied that she wouldnt think of begin eighth years had an absurd statute which removed ning work without twenty four yards Chancelor Kent from the bench because of silk at hand never begin exclaimed he was sixty five After that time he Then youll Bowser wrote and published his Commen- Â¬ Its high time the public kicked against this dress Â¬ taries a book recognized by every making robbery When I buy twelve lawyer and statesman as one of the yards of silk for a dressmaker to steal most important books in the study of Von can expect Tm going to die the next our jurisprudence So much good did the country gain from one of the fre- Â¬ week The third dressmaker seemed to un- Â¬ quent absurdities of New York legisla Â¬ In England Lord Palmerston derstand the situation at a glance She tion opened the silk rolled it up again and and Mr Gladstone are recent instances well remembered of the force which calmly but firmly said now Youd statesmen gain almost by the law of I am very busy just better take it to some blacksmith geometrical progression from the mem Â¬ ory of the experiments which fall from shop Then we went home for the night what I call organic connection with the of bowser was mad and wouldnt speak to national life is the last two generations The truth that the old analogies me and as he slept he dreamed of and some of the old saws deceive us in dressmakers and I overheard saying Colors I tell you its all bosh How our social conditions of to day in which jaan3 horses and cows do we see of life is longer and the human frame in better order generallv than it was a four or five colors The next da we visited twelve other hundred years ago Perhaps the lower dressmakers Two of them called Mr races of mankind and the worst fed orÂ¬ Bowser an old fool and four others ders of society do not show much im- Â¬ laughed in his face while the other six provement in the passage of centuries Tef used to have anything to do with the But in the class of men and women dress When we left the last place he from which leaders are drawn from which come teachers authors said inventors or in general directors Mrs Bowser Tm a man who cant society these people are on the aver- Â¬ be bulldozed Those dressmakers have of in condition at better formed a ring to steal cloth and keep age seventh than their ancestors were Tip prices Ill beat them at their own They have a better game Well wait until we go to Kew at sixty buy a ready made chance for life they have ten years York and then more experience by the measure of dress he called the cook time and by the measure of amount When we got home into the sitting room and gave her the they have a hundred times more One silk and she thanked him kindrjr and might not take the risk of conduct-Â¬ ing a great war with the Count added comes in handy Mr Bowser for Yon Moltke at the head of ones armies It But is my sister is a tight rope performer and when he as over eighty 3ears old goes intellectual force so far wants a new pair of silk tights and immense experience with the I couldnt help laughing and Mr knowledge of men and certainty what since- Bowser hasnt spoken to me they wilfdo so far as these go the Detroit Free Frcss Emperor William has been wise in trusting his affairs to Bismarck though THEBESTENGLISH Bismarck be counted such an old man Aji English Journal Conceded TJiat It Is Bismarck is no older at eighty than Spoken by the Americans Richelieu was at three score Edward We laugh at the I guess of the Everett Hale in Chautauqiian Yankee and seem to look upon it as a phrase of his own invention forgetful Dr Bernays of St Louis recently or unaware of the fact that early in the successful- - performed a gastrotomy seventeenth centmy it was in common upon a tailor aged forty for the ex Â¬ use as indeed it had been as early as traction of an ordinary silver plated the fourteenth-- Is it not employed as dinner knife nine and one half inches in the Americans employ it in Chaucers long which he had swallowed St imita Â¬ Louis of the jugglers feat tion line lw Mr Bowser didnt kiKmXbowt an to woelc xeo wasnt kaowiitg Wbt Je doesnt a larre sizeu book roId fli feetting abeet the delay on the rMHBker whealiesuduen- JBc wKi r cf cinnker jl 9KS AHOW teen tii century English Drydsn has Wfet cro fis of patients the to vn doctor Or bow last fall ie raised the weekly bills HOME AND FARM The white of an egg Is said to be a specific for fish bones sticking in the throat It is to be swallowed raw tails Boston Globe Tha Flying Buckeye is ths ai of k The Romance of an Old Coat Picked Up now train put on tho winter sche ule of the Bee Line It leaves Dayton 845 and hy One of Them Â¬ off Center avenue on Hazel arrives at Cincinnati at 1020 a m stopA little GIRL RAG P1CKER8 I3t Train OH Ererj itealm amu imI drese--liici- To preserve crape it should not bo exposed to dampness but if it chances to get wet it should not be put near the fire to dry Excliangc Carrots Mashed Scrape wash lay in cold water for half an hour then cook tender in boiling water drain well mash with a wooden spoon work in a good piece of butter and season with pepper and salt- - Serve hot- Good Housekeeping I J I -- Graham Muffins One piut of graham ilour two tablcspoonfuls of melted lard two heaping teaspoonfuls of bakng powder water or milk to make a bater just thin enough to run a little salt Bake fifteen minutes in gem pans in a hot oven Boston Budget Bread griddle cakes are excellent and may be made of stale bread Soak a small bowl of bread over night in milk In the morning mix half a cup- Â¬ ful of flour into which is put one and one half teaspoonfuls of baking pow Â¬ der with one quart of milk three well beaten eggs and a little salt Beat up the bread with this batter until it is veiy light and fr3 a delicate brown The batter should be thick Boston Bulletin It may be news to some persons that persistent rubbing with oil night and morning will remove scars Olive oil will answer but ncatsfoot oil is rather more rapid in its effects In the case of burns when the tendons are stiff and contracted rubbing with oil will render the part affected almost as supple as before the injuiy In severe cases the rubbing must be continued for an hour morning and evening The HouseJiold ping at M ainisbnrg Franklin and iliddle street stands the rag shop of an old town for passengers at C S Junction register and at the crossing of the Pole It is an unpretentious brick build Â¬ to H C R R in Cincinnati rate ing to which a coat of light green paint of speedD allowing for the stops The forty is has been applied In the interior are iilea an hour Thi3 is good tima for winter cla m stacks upon stacks of assorted rags can runbut the Bee Line peoplequicker they as it twenty minutes The owner was not at home when the their road bed is fully ballasted and track reporter called but his presence wa3 laid with steel rails weighing C5 ponnds the yard not necessary to an unraveling of the toThe Kew York and Boston Limited Ex mystery which surrounds the business pr ss leaving Cincinnati at 705 p m and New arrr inr as his wife was as well up in it as she Boston at p m York 530 p in and at 910 90th Mer dian time is appeared to be in the rearing of half a the fastest train from South- Â¬ dozen children who clustered round her western Territory in Ameiica n d r eeU ftttack that wnk mK xearij yrwcnHS jw MY BACK rS SI BRM5 2 rs M I swAVNtrs I I gK -- I V cBURonUugE sYrtara Ji THE Strengtfccas the knees We have man3T girls working for us she said Their search ma3 be known by the fact that we had to ad- Â¬ vertise for some The work they have to perform is not laborious As soon as the dozen men we have gathering the rags return to the shop their harvest is given into the hands of a man to in- Â¬ spect All of the rags which are soiled or supposed to be infectious are taken out by him These he thoroughly cleanses by putting through a machine used for that purpose The clean ones are put directly into the hands of the girls As tlie3 are paid by the hundred weight it is but a short time until thev are assorted Barrels are used for this work Into one is thrown the white fabric into an- Â¬ other the colored and so on Pieces of silk are separated from cotton and wool has been rn successfully for York business for two years and is therefore no experiment but prevous to the recent change of time Boston passen- Â¬ gers by this train were subjected to a delay of four hours and fortv m nutes at Albany and from there were taken by a slow train arriAing at Boston 025 nextcioruing The management has at lastconouded to shorten the time to Boston and the Bos- Â¬ ton Albany railroad supplies the lacking ingredient by addingn spec ally fast train leaving Albany promptly on the arrival of the Limited and arnvug at Boston 1010 p m Eastern time Tbis reduces the time between Cincinnati and Boston to 28 hours and 5 minutes a shortening of 4 hours Reckless men are going to Rouea St 1 Ne Thitra OiNfferrt THE GREAT CURE FOR BEST TONIC Jucic Stearic tko Tierre EnrlcicatboBIoetl GWetNerTir Mr A FTLrantraTCiaTeland Ohio say Imi troubled with terrible pshw in ray back and I coald ant stoop oTsr I tried jaanr different remediec without relisf Twobottlaaof Browns Iron Bittm atirriy aired roe 7J Seventh St Leak Mb TiASTEZ Hodozs villa Ky with ts I was troubled erectlyNVnrilci ad benefited by pain in mr back IhTohra Bala two bottlea of Browns Iron Bitters Ganaina his abora Trade Mark and crosaed rrd liaas on wrapper Take no other Mads only by TtltOAVN ITCHING PILES II P SLeftaa WAa4l ceroid TOST SWAYNKB I J SwonJhY fctsatciaBK lf allowed te coeUaua taniurs ACKILUIIfln H BIetouriut lijr BtlBgla st at iM 3fJ YcrydiitnasOsJI Jona wkK iaoitch7SW 2iSSt tm JPaul Met aid cnMICALCU BALTIMORE RfBS aad MJ rWIilNv ulcci ailoHaadtewajQrlflfl A Deceived Woman is tho lady Avho U3es cosmetics faco lotions Avhite lead bismuth nowders arsenic etc in tho belief of enriching anl beautifying the complexion It is L trT2porry and ultimately daslroyr ha skis bvrend the power of nature to restore Stopitl Stop Prawis THECLDESTIieDCmESIMliSLSGLDIYDHUKKri S J ctWejjBEMeBBL Coushs Sore Throat Hoarseness Bronchitis Catarrh Headache Toothache Rheumatism Neuralgia Asthma Frostbites Chilblains Stiff Neck Colds it row and use only Dr Harter3 Iron RiitnoAD brakomen should emigrate to Switcher and St JPaul Herald Carefully gather the scraps from the table and give them to 3 our fowls There is no kind of food which will proÂ¬ duce a more liberal supply of Ggga There are hundreds of families who throw these scraps in the waste basket and buy corn for the fowls where the former is far the best feed for ejg pro- Â¬ duction Corn and grain should also be fed but 011I3 in small quantities durÂ¬ ing ihe hot summer months Chicago Journal When a sufficient amount of each has been sorted to form a sack saA of five hundred pounds the3 are thrown into it bound and sent away As we must deal through middlemen the3 do not reach the factory in which the3 are converted into paper at once The middleman gives them an additional examination reccing in doing this any negligence which may have been practiced by those who first handled them Do the girls make am-- thing liko fair wages at the work asked the re- Â¬ ionic wtnen imparts tnc vigor ana loveli- Â¬ ness of youth Holiday Music HOLIMYJIFTS enduring pleasure thna eur exec Jite or civa saoroor the flceat collections uic sack as are her xaentloncd Xaf book sailed promptly for retail price CLASSICAL WIRKS- - A Bonanza Mine of health is to bo found in Dr R Y Pierces to tho merits of FaAorite Prescription rTofifttoaterercf nBsieeaa be aora r9yrt which as a remedy for iemalo Avealmcss and kindred affections thousands testify man of the family quicker than any known remedy and is the only It was th first The latest thing for breakfast theyoung PAiN REMEDY That instantly stops the most excruciating pains - Beethorsns Soaatas celebrated la Somr varieties of sweet apples are such abnudant bearers that the trees ae worth keeping if the fruit can only be used for feed There is a good deal of nutriment 121 sweet apples and theT are relished b3 every kind of stock Given in moderation and with other feed the3 are good for every thing It is because cows if allowed their run in an orchard will gorge and thus injure themselves that apples have the repu- Â¬ tation of drying up cows milk JNr E porter she responded if the3 ap pty themselves to it Many of them make as high as eight dollars a Aveek The indolent makes less and retire from the business in consequence Do they ever find any valuables among the rags was also askel Well in the first place the gatherers have au opportunity to first exam- Â¬ ine them It is raiely that the3 prove dull enough to leave aii3 thing be- Â¬ Yes A slight cold ifnogectnd often attacks alia vs Inflammation and cures Congestions wheth Â¬ the lungs Bkowns Bkoxchial Tkoches er of the Lungs Stomach Bo well or other Elands or organs by one application give sure and immediate relief No matter how- violent or excruciating the patQ tlie Rheumatic Bedridden Inarm Crippled err ous Neuralgic or prostrated with diseases may sufÂ¬ What might bo conBHered tho shortest fer Avay to spell dog K9 Jew Age BADWAYS READY RELIEF II elo a csiboswU BolowediUoaiTOhweacJaSJor eachfd Mendelssohns StWg WltlieHt Wards XL CHopBsJazarias 1 hi NGctunj3l38tiX aM hla Watties cJ cts Franzs Albiffl of Sort X2JSLSU Halfdaa KJerdlT Alban ii POr BUS C0LLECTIQM5 Choice Vocal Daet ILGS Miastrel boags tZJOk Kay me aad tubcs tt 08 Toons Peoples Chvci4 for Ilaao J1J38 Gwuiaof Ibcrt awt Tos The Public Awards the Palm to Halos Honey of Horehound and Tar for coughs Pikes Toothache Drops Cure in one minute Evehy miser should have a chest proÂ¬ tector Button Post Oxvgen Ccitn Throat lung nervous diseases Book free Dr Ooppert Cincinnati0 ESOI RZACK3 Vl ELZGAST 163X3 50L Raters SttKJents History of Atrri will afford Instant ease MendelSAOhas Letters 2 Vv ls each fcl3 Thirty to sixty drops In half turahler of water will RbelHjoldMlorWaneriJct3 in a few minutes euro Craraps Spasms Sour Stom Â¬ Xrrea of all the Great Halters each from tUB fce ach Nausea Aomltlns Palpitation of tho Heart X3AS CAKTATAS Malaria Chills and Fever Faintnesa Heartburn Sick Headache Diarrhoea Dysentery Colic Wind Kins Winter 30 cts Caught JTriarrai ct In the Bowel- and all Internal Pains Ghrutmaa tjilt 1j cts fcw j Xxaai oJ cts Fifty Cents Bottle Sold by Druggists S3T FOX IJtSTS DR RADWAY CO N Y CO B03T0W OLIVER DITS0M Proprietors or Radwayt Sarsannrllllma JCT Srsadwar New Tori C H Drrsox k Co - btrauliW gilt et pr Farmer fnnuE are thirty thousand brass bands in this countiy That accounts for our ter Â¬ rible Aviud storms Jioaton Transcript j The sweet poato is to the South what the commor potato is to Ireland or German3 It forms a veiy large part of the food of the negroes and poor whites in fact it frequently takes the place of bread to a large extent- - The favorite wa3T of cooking it here is to bake it in the oven or in the ashes The children are fond of burying the pota- Â¬ toes in the ashes at night so that they ma3 slowly cook all night The Southern-grown sweet potatoes are larger than those grown at the North Thos a raised in Mexico are veiy sweet indeed If Y Telegram A correspondent of the Jlural Kew Yorker saves his Bartlett pears so that theT make fine eating two month after those of his neighbors have gone Take a stout box and line it with paper The bottom is covered an inch deep with wheat ran The pears are carefulty picked wrapped separately in thin pa-Â¬ per and packed deepry in the bran un- Â¬ til the bottom is covered Then this huer is covered with bran to the depth of an inch and another la3er of pears is placed in the same wa This is continued until the box is full when the cover is tacked on and the box set away in a cool diy plac The pears retain their fine flavor and color FOR FARM HANDS hind I first Avent into SomeiviUe Journal the business I had as a companion a girl Avho loved a man above her station She Avas pure and true In her pickings she came aeross a coat She was prompted to search Tho patient recovers strenpth slowly as the system Is weak end debilitated and tho blood poisoned by the pockets In one of them she found the ravages of tho disease AVhat is needed Is a tonic and blood purifier ia letter It told of her The coat be- - Kood rchablo which has Just the elements UVe Uoods Sarsnpanlla of strencth longed to her suitor and Ahat she read for tho body and vitality and richnes for the blood Avas such a traAestA on herself and her which soon bring back robust health After scarlet Ioac for him that it killed her In a fever or pneumonia it is also of great beneiit with After recovering from a prolonged sickness foAV months Ave took up a subscription diphtheria and needing bomctbins to build me up t took two bottles of Uoods Sarsaparilla I felt aiitong the girls to hy on her coffin good results from the first dose It seemed to go Pittsburgh Dispatch from the top of my head to the ends of my toes I Â¬ Io Opum in Pisos One of the rosy cheeked damsels tion Cures where other Cure for Consumpremedies faiL 25c AAhose deft fingers bring order out of Acrostic A rafter Dont give it away the chaos of a rag pile said When After Diphtheria J Gex Rcts Inoalls Quartermaster-Genera- l says St Jacobs Odis the best pain cure Governors and other officials recommend Red Star Cough Cure as safe prompt sure Price twenty live cents a bottle Female dancers Avere first introduced in Some of them are Avith the ballet in 1US us yet Cambridge Chronicle A Womlecful Frcalc of Xature is sometimes exhibited in our public exhi- Â¬ bitions When avc gaze upon soma of tho peculiar freaks damo nature occasionally indulges in our Humls revert back to tho creation of man 4vho is so fearfully and Avonderfully made The mysteries of his nature have been unraveled by Dr R V Pierce of Buffalo and through his knowl- Â¬ edge of thoo mysteries ho nas been ablo to prepare his Golden Sledical Discov- Â¬ ery Avhich is a specific for all blood tamts poisons and humors such as scrofula pim- Â¬ ples blotches eruptions sAvellings tu- Â¬ mors ulcers and kindred affections By Stuattox a good thing G n Druggist AAcstfield Mass Upon our llttro girl who had been sick with scarlet fever the use of Hoods Sarsaparilla was most marvelous entirely removing the poison from her blood and restoring her to good health Uoods Sarsaparilla deserves our highest praisu E G Stuattox Swampscott Mass know noods Sarsaparilla 1 JJesolvent and Dr Xatlwuya Fill For Weak Women Mrs Lydia E Pinkiam Lynn Mass About the first of September 1SS1 my wife ivas taken with uterine hemorrhage The best styptics the physician could pre- Â¬ scribe did not check it and she got more and more enfeebled She w s troubled with Prolapsus Uteri L2ucorrhcea numbness of the limbs sickness cf tho stomach and loss of appetite I purchased a trial bottle of your Vegetable Compound She said she could discover a salutary effect from the Jint dose Now she is comparatively free from tho Prolapsus Stomachs sickness c The hemorrhage is very much hotter and is iess at the regular periods Her appetite i3 restored and her general healh and strength aro much improve J We feel that we have been icondcrfully benefited and our hearts are drawn out in gratituJc for the same and in sympathy for other sufferers for whoso sakes wo allow our names to be C TV EATON Thurston N T used The Compound is put up in Pill Lozenge and Liqui 1 form All sold by druggists The Pills and Lczenges sent by mail on receipt of price -- THE ONLY T2US IRON TONIC Will parity tie BLOOD rejahrt tne LlVlvfr ana lUUPMtT tiS Jrgngll U1 JITB9 KWramv BOlctoix corcis coiinaio c aaa cerrw recwv ww EnlivpnathBaaiBd fbrM ifxr4TTfrr Tdr -V TONIC a af a asd cpedy enra Gives a clear wealÂ¬ thy complazios Freqaeat atteapts at conatertett inz only add to the pcpalarity of the orsciaal- netezperiaaaat set the CeigctaL JXB BlST M UVE Dr HARTEJT Care Cen3tlpattonJvr Ccmnlalat sdi laeadaoh Sasple Dose aad Dream BseXa lMLf IClO SaiToriag frota ccBipIaiat eastss 3 xox Sef f COVPAMY V lsallsdoa receiptor two csats is pestase THEDRHARTER MEDICINE i Hoods Sarsaparilla Bold by all druggists 51 six for 15 Prepared by CI HOOD CO Apothecaries Lowell Mas TO MVC HEALTH THE SlS Nursary of The Great Ox jSlTW 3ST HORSES St Louis Me One Ageat OTerchant cnly wanted In every towa far PEUERGN 200 Imported Brood Jfarea E2JLdeHHLi cigar SauHftBKjkBaiv lmF UgH S0 l -- IOO Doses One Dollar WIST P IN ORDT SSik u Caoicest Families All Ages both Sexes IN STOCK LARGE NUMBERS Oar frequent orders dunnctbe past li e years a test the merits of your -- Taasilis Punch 5chS WiSTZit 4 Crsmxo Drngjista Princeton HI The -- Tansllls Punch Sc cicarelre Xol fatl A BRADnrKY Waennai lit faction Address IS W TJLXSiJLL Jfc CO CJiIeaxe- - ftL j jv Â¬ long-sufferi- ng -- -- Of twenty year of age he was I gosse andin Shakespeares Thartre do make our entrance severaliL 1 Hoary VI Bettor f r I guess ways 1 When our cousins puzzle us by speak Â¬ ing of the fall instead of the au pitjS qbjb they are aanustiiJrgocdf-dVgn- to spend money and the Vempta tions are so many that it is orty here and there one will save it I have had four hands during the last live cars and but one of them saved a dollar on his 3ears work I know that it look like a slow way to get a start in the world to Lvy up a paltry hundred dollars a 3ear but he who does it in a few 3ears has enough mone3 to biry a team and tools to begin as a renter or to make a pa3raent on a piece of land which will be a home for him I have met at institutes and oth- Â¬ er farm gatherings during the last ten years thousands of the leading farmers of several States and J have often been surprised to find that the best and wealthiest among them began life as farm laborers and have fought the bat- Â¬ tle of life single handed I have three neighbors now who began as farm hands within twelve 3eais who Avorked b3 the month until the3r saved five hun- Â¬ dred or six hundred dollars each and who rented farms and who have now bought them They were all oung men who took an interest in the work never thought of the ten hour-pland whose wages were increased from 3 ear to 3ear When a 3011 ng man is all the time afraid that he will more than earn his wages he will rarely sta3T the second year on a farm but when he makes himself indispensable to his employer he usually sta3s at advanced pay It took me three 3ears of hard ork to save three hundred dollars but those three hundred dollars were worth to Post rue more than I could possibly have Ihere are Excellent Lemon Pies One lemon foreseen at that time grated in which put two tablcspoonfuls plenty of openings on the farm for nnnfiil jind a liilf hnilinf 3oung men of pluck and principle and nt flrmr watei stir in the yolks of four eggs and the chances of success are as good now If F Brown frost wuli the wlutes Jims mates two as whsm I started easlaw-give-rs a- The Only Safe Way In Which They Can Acquire 1rojierty ami 1rospcrlty While writing on this subject 1 have a word for farm hands as doubtless many of them read 3011 r paper I have been an emploer of help for nearly thirt- - 3ears and as I look back I can trace the history of maii3 of the 3oung men who worked for me and without an exception those who saved the bulk of their wages have become men of propert3 while those who drew and spent their wages as fast as the were earned are now living from hand to mouth I wish I could impress on eveiy farm hand who reads this the importance of saving and safety invest- Â¬ ing a part of his wages as soon as he is If 3011 save master of his own time one hundred dollars the first year you work it r jay be worth more to you than a thousand dollars a few 3cars later I would much rather a son of mine should earn b3 his own labor one hun- Â¬ dred dollars the first 3ear he was his own master than to have him make one thousand dollars by speculation and if 1 found that he had saved three fourths of his wages I should feel that his financial future was safe It is so - Pisos Ecmcdy for Catarrh is the Best Easiest to Uee and Cheapest- - M F lir j lBbV9k tttJM Sold br drngjdsts or sent by malL 50c ETHareltiaeWaircnPa druggists man DGW0Mu X -- GRIND Leat astray the shot of a green sportsYottkers Gazette Â¬ Thousandsof AVJXITFUTOU prove its merit testimonials ITS EErtrTATION- 300 STot Called For ANT 1IUV XST seems strange that it is necessary to It persuade men that you can cure their dis- Â¬ ELYS eases by offering a premium to the man who faifs to receive benefit And yet Dr CREAM BALM i ii i win BfcCP P ISag undoubtedly cared Unusaads of cases f3g37i r of obstinate catarrh Avith his Catarrh imuTifrbB4 uniui t Ui is icvnuerj in Remedy Avho Avoud never hueappl ed to him if it had not been for his offer of the how quick Elys above sum for an incurable case Who is Cream Balm has rt sr Un the next bidder for cure or cash helped and cured me WFEVER fT UJ Tnn Avind is always bloAving about some Â¬ Isujfcrcdfrom acute thing but there is nothing in it JV 0 injlammatlon in nvj Ficatjviu nose and head For use Dr Isaac Thompsons Eye Water Druggists sell iu25c m aUehaWoRemedriOrLivrrCoaii amtsandlllscausnl TItc- r lileranrMl- or tnrniil condition of tm Tivirr n j ippia immipnuon iuoun8 jaundice ueaaachu I lanpaRhcuimtiJtn etc ItreffuiaiesthehowNntin strenrthns the eshc decition Ail 2i VAUVAHLtXi JtVMIJjX JlIJuJJICljNx bl srm GAJL1XAM FIoHr and ITIPOIXXEO ANNUALIiT in the t 3E3CaTw 20 2HXX 300 to 40Urrcerded tth extended pedigrees la the tF Wilaona PatentSreeolnar iJoal forj Franeeall Books The Pcrehoron is the only draft crcheron Stud intmnnmirtin ard FAK3C rr of Franrc rc sesinff a stud book that has tho irv Alro POWER Mltl rapport and endorsement ot tht French Government FEED MIU S CtnrIar and Testimonials sent 3La lSO paso Catalogue Illustrations hy Jlosa application TVTL3QX MeilOrterSfce Corn yowwnBi 5ad for Soaheur Wayne DuPage Co MWDUNHAM oa BK8 EateB Illinois rMll unrJ Vi7CURrcS Vi rrsp 30003 GAPPEHTERS ofM Farmer Butrhors and others ClUi CII CDC rlLCnO use our XATJB MAICE to file Hand Kp Butcher Buck Pruning and at kinds of Saw so they eut better than ever TwoÂ¬ Filers free for 5 Illustrated circulars fiiek Ad dress K IlOTIi BRC New OxroitD Pena colors ftcnoujse WorS Wax Flower Supplies Send for oar various catalogues r uaxaiioruerisuucueii urwui Wanted ia every County to act as oar Asi Experience net necesary Se I amp for full lnf orraaUon tiXAXNA ST JlETJUTIVK XXT U AJCCA3 itEAV county Salary J73 per month aad exsesses or larxe commialea oa tales IX preferred- - Goodrtpto Krery on e btrrs Outfit aad particulars Ftv DET EOT IVES H ClaVATIt iSSTSSSS WE WANT YOU rprceat us ia every employees to STAiOUBD STLVESWABS CX BOSTOS 2C13B jf A llliy III MATERIALS yensuietoa - Lustra and If afflicted with Sore Eyos - Wno make the best prophets in winter Plumbers and coal dealers When does a man impose- upon himself Theu he taxes his memory --V Y Tele- Â¬ gram TniEVixo in the outskirts is the latest name for picking ladies pockets X Y Herald m week at a time could not see JWrs GeorjN S Jxtdsoju Hartford Conn A particle Is applied Into each nostrllnnd Is agreeable tousc Trice SO ct by mail or at druggists Scrdfor circular LLY BKOTHEIS Drugists O wego Xl a J fers ux d 10o31aln Street Clncluaiit iir Ohio KUtlllO HJlHlCUMAf HAVF EVER VHHD CnMM Y Xeeds this article Enclose five lUUn rMi LI 2 cent samps ton CNICHOLAS C nO fGcn ral delivery for full particulars HTCTOY HflM ana Uinb Â¬ li Srcurc a Business Education by Ufrum Bcstxxss CozasBufiaojrT FJlKMM for Sale SvrInd Health society ulle City ami County hoomlnz Ua for stamp ALEX LESLIE Washington lsd solLiaarScets Pf LVRS KREK Sent by mail for SI lATTlilt3 lormaaiDZRugs ow 11U1C XlUni 11IXXJ and RUO KS coToiaiio oaio 1 lfcU7 ClftCU ERO DRIVING MUFF ftwwwWKjKttm tat1- - CapcinR HIGHEST AWARDS OF MEDALS IX AMEJIICA AJVD EUXOPZ nBf Kj It is very fitting that a man Avho is light In tho upper story should bo called a lun attic Chicago Tribune m PATENTED IN UNITED STATES AND CANADA xLUEbXJKr MEDAL J7o Tms Avorld is but a fleeting show and to moit of us all the good seats are taken Puck may bo said of the Avoman Avho paints that she is sailing under falao colors Toledo Blade It Pugilists Avho AAant hard gloves should have them made of doxavoocI Pitttburgh Chronicle CLOTnEs do not make the man Aide Dr Mary Walker JYcio Haven JYeis After all the best ticket for a man to run on is a railroad ticket Oil City Bliz- Â¬ The neatest quidest safest and most powerful rem Â¬ edy known for Khcnuatitjn lleuric y Neuralgia Lurr barco Backache UevJmess colds in the chest and all aches and pains Endorsed by 5 OuorhyMrians and Drutr gists of the highest rt pute Bensons Plasters prompt- Â¬ ly relieve and cure here other plasters and greay alves liniments and lotions are absolutely u elesc Beware of imitation under similar sounding names Capacin uch as Capicum Capsicineasthey are utterly worthless aul Intended to deceive Ask xuu Bensons akd take so other1 All dniggists SEABUKV Jt JOHXSOX Proprietors Xew York Cold Fingers when more Saffcrlns from Driving AWARDED JL zard m A coxnccTOU of a street car calls it True Love because itneAerviins smooth or Y Jfail No deaii snakes do not grow from the snake root Sew Haven JSetcx At all events said a young doctor l can take life easv if I am poor XY Llr Bile Indlsrenion etc Friefromllercnrr contains only Pure VcgcUblo Ingredients Agent eor CUAS qOCKLES ANTI BILIOUS PILLS THE GBEAT CUITTEXTOA KTT INSTITUTE 1886 SEND FOR CIRCULAR The MUFF Is made of fur and Is Hnd with LAMBS WOOL with a conveni- Â¬ ent handle and loop Inside by which the reins are held firmly and securely and when on the hands resembles an ordinary mitten The handle Is cov- Â¬ ered with felt which makes It soft and warm and being stirrup shape doea not cramp the hand and gives th driver a stronger hold on the reins than any style of holder now in use la Winter ENGLISH KEMEDY YOiJK ZERO DRIVING 04 West Mth Street New York MUFF CO TO 38 JL DAT A Sample TcorfhSI iO ilCEh Lines not underthe horses feet AArle BBEUSTE SAFEIT BKIA HOLDER CO HolIjHitk Our Utile Ones and the LIFTED OFFER GREAT CHANGE Herald have is a The best fortune a doctor species of ill luck A society journal informs ur that when a gentleman and lady aro Aval king up the streat the lady snculd Avalk inside the gen- Â¬ tleman A Michigan Avoman kicked a bear to death a few days atro and now her husband neer contradicts any thiug she says Â¬ ci v ithout premium if subscnbed for by November December lti and January lvr the Cheapen ind Best AVeekly in the AW rld 8 page 4b to K col umns IS years old- - For Oar Jlollnt you hnone hoce from over 150 different CIoth Bonnd Doll at Volume SCO toSOO pp and paper one year pot nakl Book postage 15c Extra 5000 books giver iway Among them arot Lax Without Lawyer -- 6R lon cription W3illO American KtirnI Home Rochester Pajs for aiYnr SHb to the AYeekly -Y Th Prinea of Maga zines for children from 4 to 10 years old 32 pages each m nth of original Stories and Poem illntrated with artii tic ami original d rav ings by the best liTine Clubs trita all artfPeriodicals Xewsdealer a ell it Agents want- Seed a two cent stamp for Â¬ - tary Mm the EASY HIKE SWBL rate or J25 per month up 1 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corv miis Sliouly iz Travel aad ell to the trade fnr f iJpbn teA tTlear Trthaiv OKTtrettes etc Uberal arrangements Salary iiAt A CIS Alt Co o X Fourth ATenae J Y Reliable SALESMEN to Boston New York Chicago j iOIiU SJ 2FViuTT fljr riwin ainwiearedctaprticl Par liEHS tree A s W nelf demal Die aJ when WEAT Hantlsoaae byjK KjmaA CityMG lraitti ooljr g who caa not of perstmal irail theiB selTe anpuaace attendance caa hare and cu rati e sent for Sift Home treatment iDTIIC I la mans method Tho relieTedaiidcureiriTDitJA-SHEB-iu- r A V i - S WHEN WRTrrXG ndJiutiiisiorcirotilar aiBroaduj tate tkat HT tM I 1115 AXKTJSiMlS XXAat lirrBl fe tUt - - x- - jfei4jBhj r- Mi 3C5u m -- - THE MT STERL INC AMOUS NEW STORE Take Advantage of Ik T s Now is Your Chance - LR GREAT REDUCTIONS MADE IN ALLDEPARTMENTS OF BRAUNS Lr In Johnsons New Building Maysville Street Mt Sterling ElAf KySTORE 1 i THE BEST Kew Goods that are coming in now for the HOLIDAYS HA2EL QEEEN HEEALD One Bettar BRAUNS FAMOUS NEW STORE MT STERLING KY How my Livery and Feed Stable located in Hazel Green The stable is large and EPITOfe commodious being 30x50 feot and the 8PE2sTCEE COOPER lot 30 feet front by 130 feet deep The stable contains 16 large and roomy stalls HAZEL GREEN KY saddle and harness room office c The FEB 2 18S7 mow will hold 10 ton3 of hay A good WEDNESDAY location and liberal patronage I am determined to sell and now is your time to buy Apply to The Herald ANNOUNCEMENTS s Year Always In Advance engage in other business to Make Money Wishing to I desire to sell Ml MM The Celebrated IlAfl HAW 3 m SCHOOL DESK We are aathorized to announce Hon B Morgan county as a candidate for the State Senate from this the Thirty fourth District subject to action of the ifemocrtic party SMRTe are authorized to announce J J CHAMBERS of Menifee as a candidate for representative in the Legislature from the district composed of the counties of Powell Montgomery Wolfe and Menifee sabject to the action of the Democratic M Pieratt of Ezel Â¬ K- - date for the composed of the counties of Menifee Mont- Â¬ gomery Powell and Wolfe subject to the action of the Democratic party JAMES H WILLIAMS of Frenchburg ia candidate for the Legislature from this District composed of the counties of Meni Â¬ fee Montgomery Powell and Wolfe sub-Â¬ ject to the action of the Democratic party are authsfized tfaSWe of Frenchburg tojannounce J M as a condidate for OLIVER the Legislature from the district composed of the counties of Menifee Powell Mont Â¬ gomery and Wolfe subject to the action of the Demoarotic party The announcement of J M Oliver of Menifee county to represent the district composed of the counties of Wolfe Pow- Â¬ ell Montgomery and Menifee in the next Legislature appears in this issue Jim as he is familiarly calledis too well known to need any comment by us Ho is a true Jeffersonian Democrat possessed of all the qualities necessary to make a party 3We are authorized to announce T P good Representative and should he be COLLINSWOETH of Menifee s a candi elected ho will reflect credit on the disLegislature from this district Â¬ In Full Blast for the Season J Johnston Organs Are first class in Material Workmanship and Methods of Construction They are unrivaled in power and beauty of tone and in genuine excellence Jfar surpass all organs of other makes ever offered in our country trict MAMMOTH STORE tlm Jons r i The Life of the flesh is the blood thereof pure blood means healthy functional activity and this bears with it the certainty of quick restoration from sickness or accident Dr J H McLeans Strengthening Cordial and Blood Purifier gives pure rich blood and vitalizes and strengthens the whole body 100 per bottle Sold by G B Swango Hazel Green and J N Vaughn Camp ton Masonic Temple Mt Sterling Ely- OVER 67GO SOLDI Sidney School Furniiura LouGnmr Sole Proprfetae u THE MYSTERY CLEARED Pacts Ja tho Case About Mrs Jett Who Dlod Wednesday Evening The mystery surrounding Mrs Alice Jett who died at the residence of W M Cornell at Ixo 732 West Market Street Wednesday night was cleared yesterday Early in the morning two well dressed strangers who are residents of this city but who refused to disclose their names called to look at the remains and remark- Â¬ ed that Mrs Jett was from one of the best families of this State Later on a telegram was received from Lexington asking Mr Cornell to place the remains in a vault and wait until he heard from the brothers and sisters of the deceased It directed also that the remains be placed in a good coffin The letters in Mrs Jetfs trunk were thoroughly overhauled yesterday and they went far to explain her past life She was 32 years of age and the daugh Â¬ ter of Eobert Cockrill of Breathitt coun- Â¬ ty The woman inherited a great deal of property mostly farm land lying on the Cumberland river In 1874 she married John Jett who was killed seven months after marriage in afued between the littles and Jetts A short time af-Â¬ terwards she went to Lexington where she lived for several years A great deal of her property was sold and the money dissipated in luxuries Mrs Jett started a confectionery at Lexington and afterwards went to Hazel Green and Eminence where she established millineries All her business ventures were- - failures and in despair she came to this city where she lived a disreputable life until broken down in health and spirit Ehe was taken in by Mrs Connell The woman was a slave to the opium habit but in her last days she finally conquered it She still has considerable property mostly coal land at tho old homestead This is valuable and several time3 she refused to sell it to speculating agents The remains were placed in the hands of City Undertaker Hess who will care lor the remains until her friends arrive Courier Journal During the past year a prominent lady from one of the mountain counties an own cousin to Mrs Jett visited Lexington Jeflersonville and Louisville searching for her but without any success A few weeks ago a brother of Mrs Jetts dead husband also visited Lexington and spent two or three days and after making diligent search returned to his mountain home giving up tho missing woman as Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ -- Â¬ Â¬ dead Mrs Jett came to Lexington about ten years ago bringing with her a snug little sum of money and engaged in the millin Â¬ ery business After remainining in this city for nearly two years she decided to locate in Eminence She engaged the services of one of our most worthy young ladies moved to Eminence and opened a millinery store in the old Bowlder block where she did a very successful business for about one year After leaving Emi- Â¬ Never has a publication so thorougblv carried out the true meaning of a Family Magazine as does Demorests Monthly It seems to be the aim to make it indispensable in every household The Janu ry number which has just arrived still farther carries out this idea having add- Â¬ ed tho new department Our Girls which will show this portion of the fam- Â¬ ily some ways of getting the best out of life The Household department is not merely a series of receipts but is full of practical suggestions A prize is here offered for the best series of menus for the separate days of the week and under the head of Home Art and Home Comfort another prize is offered for the most practical suggestion of remun- Â¬ erative work for women to be done at home Many women will watch anxiously to see what this offer will bring forth as information on this point is just what they aro looking for The new story Allan Quartermain or A Frowning City by H Eider Hazzard author of She Xing Solomons Mines etc etc needs no comment the world wide reputation of this author being sufficient The other stories are of a high order and the continued article of Jennie June Across the Continent is very inter esting The Modern Pontius Pilate by the Editor W Jennings Demorest showing moral cowardice of the people in their treatment of the liquor traffic cannot fail to be read with much interest The publisher may well be proud Published by WJennings Demorc3t 17 East 14th Street New York On last Tuesday morning Craig Tolli ver came into town heavily armed and stated that he apprehended trouble with James and Jesse Blair and requested several of our citizens to go out and make an effort to secure peace between them After remaiuing in town an hour or so he started out and discovered the two Blairs armed with double barrel shot guns coming into town He returned and informed Judge McKenzio of the facts The Judge at once placed Tolliver under arrest and disarmed him and summoning a posse he arrested the two Blairs and disarmed them After a talk it was agreed that the parties were tho victims of a misuuderstanding and they pledged themselves to peace and good ncmeanor and were permitted to depart They are cool determined brave men and but for the prompt ac-Â¬ tion of Judge McKenzie serious trouble would have resulted and he deserves great credit for it It may be understood now that there will be no disturbance of our peace allowed while there is physical force enough in the county to prevent it and bring turbulent men to justice The Gem Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Dry Goods Carpets Wall Papers Hats Caps Boots Shoes An immense stock in all departments Their well known SIDNEY OHIO Thl Desk kss tieea Jkdftd is Xer All the Ieaita jc School oC tbe 1625000 Map Casex NOW CeBirr IN USE Globes Registers Dictionary Holders 3fa Numeral Frarsas Crta Dictionaries Anatomical Mcdeli Erasers Blackboards Liqaid Slatinp Bells Crayo - pMiUJi lii j iii ju ti 1ft f5bjjfmwBlillB Microscopea And everything- naedad fa a Bcisoi aTTVrit us for complata Mtalegsa dress row id Sidnay School flOJy Furnifyra Caapaij 8IDK2Y OHIO LOW PBICES rule throughout You can save your expenses both ways on a bill of TEH DOLLARS by going there tojtrade Dont mistake the place Their store is in the Masonic TEMPLE Buildingand they have no connection with any other house in town ELECTRIC BELT FBEEI To introduce it we will for a short tiaie gvre away in each county to those likely to aaak food arenta a limited number of ear GIXÂ¬ ELECTEO GALVANIC SUSPENSO RY BELTS a positive axfd aafailiay esr for Nervous Debility Weakness Varicocele Loss of Vigor Bheuraatlsia ate 50O Jta ward paid if every Belt we Bsaaufactar does not generate a genuine electric erreat Address at once GEBJiAN BELT AGENCY I O Box 178 Brooklyn New York jel t TRADERS DEPOSIT BA8X MT STERLING STSt SAVE MONEY by going there to trade Hardman Pianos Chickering Pianos Mathus-hek Pianos Emerson Piano Star Pianos Arion Pianos and the matchless Johnston Organs Write for Catalogues and Prices J M BIGSTAFF Preaiden THOUSOX OuUN TmtXXf W JAMES CjIOBI W-- DIBZCTOlfl SD2KTT B S JOHNSTON 56 West CO Di B K Dxakb mrJily J Yrra T Highulx Wholesale and Retail Dealers WH Fourth Street GfUCSniSATi GILLIS McCord Aydelotte oa WHOLESALE TRIMBLE BROTHESti Haie Oreen Aeadenm Tho directors of the abova school tako Eleosare in announcing to the public that arrangement have been mads for the positive openinp of the school on Monday January 3d 1S37 Threa com Â¬ petent teachers hare been employed whoso quallicstions arc unsurpassed and their ser Â¬ vices secured for term of years In mak Â¬ ing this announcement we feel justified in everting that theschool will ba an institution which will reflect an honor on this portion of the State and unsurpasned even ey the more pretentious similar institutions of the largg citie3 Located in a faTorable geo- graphical section healthy moral free from vicious allurements and with a strict over Â¬ sight looking to the protection comfort and H ATTERS 2fo 613 West Kaix Sxfcssrr 3TXV LOUISVILLE to 1f A1TT7V an lYI li I MT STERLING KY Respectfully Invite the Mountain Merchants to Examine their Stock and Prices before purchasing TES GS3AT IHPBOVEHEHT IH AUTOKATIO mental training of the students parants can rely upon their children being safe while under tho care of tha faculty and The attention ot younc men and trnstecH Indies who expect to teach Is specially called to tho advantages to be gained in this school at a nominal coat 1or terms of tuition and further informa Â¬ be made Cot thla ovt retarn i0 aa wa wiI v J gnd you free ui somstklaof great value and importance to you that will start you in business which will bring ye in more monev right asray than anytkisg tis in the world Anyone can do the work and live at home Either sex all ages Some Â¬ thing new that fust coins money for all workers We vrxfl start you capital aot needed This is one f the genuine impor tantchances of a lifetime Thosu vha ara ambition and enterprising will not delav Grand outfit free Addrca TRU3 6 Co Augusta Maine ril - SEJEH MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS Tho Latest Production of CO tion apDly to W O Mize Hazel Green Kyt or J W SlcGarvey Lexington Trustees J T Day G B Swango W O Mire Ilazel Green and Prof J V McGar voy Lexington Ky CHICAGO COTTACE ORGAN S Has attained a standard e eaccScsc wUa5 adnxka of no superior Itooauias erverylmprovecenttaaJisTwtT geotus skill and mocey can yrotlcoa HAZEL GBBBM ACADEMY TH3 MECHANICAL OSGUIHETTB The Musette Hot Cash - - - Act Directly on llieUver CURES Coated Tovecz Sleeplessveis asd azl AMSEAiES OF TUS UTTR AXD STOXACII If jon do not reel verj well a tingle pill t TIOH IIBEI SIXTISJI OFTHB IIZAnT DIZZINESS -The Ceiestina The Aeolian Organ Het Cash 1500 - 2500 -22500 oaaaB BaHM CiHLU AXD FlTER DtSPEPSIA Sick Headache Biuocs Colic Cojcstipa- - files Palpitatiok TORJID LlVZn - nence Ehe returned to Lexington and again engaged in the milliery business bed Ume stimulate tho stomach restores the appetite imparts vigor to the system over the drng store of T B Wood on Thej cere all diseases like racgic Get jSstUain street but not succeeding the risht kind SELLERS LIVER PILLS Sold by drajreists Send for circular sold out and started a restaurant in the SELLERS MEDICINE COritteburgh old Sauthern Hotel building which also proved unsuccessful In the sarins- of IBM ANKLIN 18S3 she was tried before Judge Gibbons in room over the old Bradley building on East Main street on a writ of de li natico and sent to the asylum where she remained for nearly a year and was re- Â¬ 1GS Tine Street Cincinnati Ohio leased perfectly cured In 1885 she left ALLISON SMITH The type on which this paper is printed is from this city for Jeflersonville Iniana where the above foundry Editoh Eebals she lived for a short time returning to this city in 188G remaining a short time JW I Ul 1 f yjs peperof obtaw estnuSc then going to Louisville where she has cw sA erfirfcie tpaoo vyhen In Chicago will find it on Mo at ieSyedf--Lexingt- on Transcript i tORD TH0MAs - the most difficult music without years of practice and hunÂ¬ dreds of dollars expense in learning and then perhaps not succeed while with this you can play at sight as no other can At the same time if you wish you can be learning the 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 Send for Catalogue but an instructor Price If you want a first class Parlor Organ the JEOLTAlSr is the one to buy With it you can play at once SPECIAL NOTICE -- DOWI GO THE PRICE TO Â¬ TYH E 3fld ygpaJfc 5 i EMILY TRI P P Publisher of Music and Dealer in Pianos Organs Etc We are now receiving another LARGE AND WELL SELECTED STOCK of every variety of Goods to supply the dewanda of all our customera at Whole sale and Retail which we PROPOSE TO SELL FOR CASH or exchange for 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 cur 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 VHHf These Organs are celebrated for Tohwwy quality at lono qaicK reepoase arueae owiaiy ia aniajc renecx coDStruocioti j them tho moat desirable orzaos for sciiocia caiurcoee lodges soeties eev GheaperThan You Have Ever Bougnt Before We in particular invite the attention of RIVER MEN and others to our large stock of CLOTHING DRY GOODS c c which we aro offering at special low prices for cash To all of our customers having accounts due we mo3t earnestly solicit to come forward and make settlements You owe it to us to do so as well as to yourselves as honorable men Wo will sell you goods cheaper than you have over bought them before we can better afford it because we will take no risk on time Respectfully UXZrAJJE2 FAdLITTES XSTABLISSTZB KFTJTATX SKTT7TT TTOKK3CEX XE3T MATX3UJLX COMSCJED 1CIXH TXSS No 619 FOURTH AVENUE LOUISVILLE KY TB FOPUME OEOAH Rstroctloit T B TAULBEE II D Physician and Surgeon HAZEL GREEN KY T J COPE Proprietor Table supplied with all delieaeies of the season Special attention to commercial tourists GKEEN WADE HOUSEKY FRENCHBURG Baka an4 PkM SfMfc xtalogsea and Price LkrtBei JT F DAY vwa mmm oittaie v Aim amm i