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Owingsville alttTfer 2ircitiH IK the the Editor of Tito Gem KastBckr tbaa any paper in the jm kspectiuiiy reqnesien w rciuiiiiuti re Outlook dated Jan 20 the Cincinnati Editok Hebald A short time since in to an article iu The Gem m4 rciMHt8 BJ others wishing to iicwjoar jmbscripUon nt oiico Enquirer dated Jan 21 the Frankfort response false statements and unjust whichÂ¬ insine bc trade f Eastern Kentucky srill contained Â¬ Jt 3K WWT ADVEKTISISG MEDIUM Swaneo ajid wife are visitin at Capital dated Jan 22 and the Lexing- uations against Campton we wrote a little Judce ton the Jan 23 Now Tiie Uerald in defence Advertising Rates Mt Sterling Lexington and Frankfort namePress datedand right we rise in ask piece to her citizens and last week of Camp- Â¬ to the Gem ton and of justice jtfTTaMMMesl advcrtiieiasts 75 cents sn Kev W L Gevedon a Baptist minis- Â¬ where have these papers been all this man who seems to have been aroused from waeruon xi ceuts an jucu lor fent inertness awbeeaet iBsniuit ter preached at the Slethodist Cliureh while AVe give it up but there is no his one of the and lethargy by the warbling de- Â¬ feathered of Â¬ Siaxbutg Advertisements excuse for such work and the postmas- scribes as being a Byrd tribe whom he one in this place last Sunday of more than 1 yetirlo00 2 jck 1 rear 500 1 4 iMche ters are alone to blame The mail rider upon us from comes rushing l yor 900 5iacheBlvettr ItJlO D H Lawton and J Xi Gilbert rep- Â¬ coined through from Both well Station fedder habitation like down a blunderbuss or his lofty 1 pear 1200 Cinches year 2000 resenting Baltimore Louses were guests every day Sundays excepted and should a whirligust of wooden-i-poker- s with iji mhI rates tw larger a3 rertiseia e uts of the Day House last Monday bring all the mail One of three things a conglomerated mess of incongruous tk Ci 5c a line trith Sper cent off prevent iL The postmasters are cither slang and sonorous words and snows us un- Â¬ Trof Erb filled the pulpit at the ignorant of their duty incompetent for der so deep that it would take something Jfarmge aad lcath aotices free tri like the bugle notes of Gabriels trump to fcatw f reelect ad ohituariee 5 ceuts a Christian Church In this place last Sun- Â¬ the fulfillment of it or hold it back for resurrect us lie says or rather insinuates day morning it being his regular ap pure cussedness In either event they Km that he his town and his Gem a rich Gem fABeBceacnt43 of candidates for pointuienL should be required to step down and in all of their imaginary greatness and real Stale er Dirict Sees 10 Coanty offices attacks with- Â¬ that their places may be filled by Hiram Hogg of Booneville Deputy out who will do their duty When a littleness can withstand suchWhat is Hazel 4S Miik a perses to become candidates faltering but he says tbeir aawcrsf 5 cents a Hue Payable Collector for this Internal Kevenue Dis- men accepts the position of postmaster out Green poor insignificant Hazel Green to man iarjkriilj la advance trict was a guest of the Day House last or a contract to carry the mail he is do AVhy all these slings at her trying to make the false impression that we were Thursday uighL TIMETABLE sworn to perform the duties pertaining making war on Hazel Green We never said he do one is true She Knteky im SMtk Atlifitic Railway Howcrton Bros the enterprising mill- Â¬ thereto and failing toas hesofails violatesÂ¬ a word against her and oneitof which iawe asof his oath Just as soon to com- our county towns a ers of tliis place have just purchased a 22 wiauies slower than ML Cfftw itril ply with his contract the Government citizen of Wolfe county feel proud yet we bran new portable saw mill and will Sterliii time should oust him and put in an agent who feel aside from selfish motives or personal 7 A M arrives make their first set at 3iariba in Jleni X 1 re Mi Stealiag at will do his duty We hope the lostofiice interests that to remove the county seat fve county atBtkwell at 840 A M Campton nearly the central point of Inspector will investigate the state of fromcounty in regard to territory wealth and X 2 leares Ktii well at 9 A M arrives at the Miss Jettie Allen of Lebanon Ky affairs here mentioned and have the evil Jit --Sterling at 1030 A M place only y S leave 3L Sterling at 140 P M arÂ¬ has been engaged as music teacher for remedied If a papor a circular or a population to Hazel Greenneara the margin ten miles away which is rives at Satkwell at 320 P M Hazel Green Academy She arrived here letter be mailed to a person postage pre of the couutv would be doing a palpable llfrthwell at 345 P K arrivca last Wednesday and on Monday last paidf that person should receive it as wrong and a cruel injustice to a majority of X4 at ML Sterliag at 530 P M early as may be If the Government the eitizcns oi the county ie taiss 01 tne 3U 2 Msaecis at ML Sterling with 1105 a opened a class in music purposes to protect people in their rights absurdity ol calling Campton a town and on C O railway jf aad 17 p M More cattle passed through here last under the postoffice laws then the Gov- Â¬ says that it would be similar to christening for Lexington Cincinnati and Louisville it a local than ever before in the same time ernment should see that it is done or soinuch empty space and giving tonothing X 3 oeaei at ML Sterling with 1105 A week If habitation He talks of airy good prices are obtained there make the guilty postmaster pay the pen Â¬ We have often heard of airy nothing but 3C traia BCiO frui the East and 135 and JM trala fro Louisville and Cincinnati will be lots of money brought back to alty in a forfeiture of his position never knew just exactly what was meant by PMtgoKery county court day special the mountains Wilr we getanj of it it until a few years ago when we met the lucres Rthwell on the 3rd Monday in each Alas time only will tell editor of the Gem and in him we found a Our Last Stock Sales BMtk at 730 A Mj arriing at ML Sterling very striking illustration We found in him LV ATC RetarHing leaves Ml Sterling Owing to the deplorable condition of thevery personification of airy nothing Head the card of John H Evans Ex- rJL arriviBg at Kothwell at 430 P M the roads high water and the inclement The gentleman fearing that we would not for Lktm Bietawell fe r ML Sterling at 5 P M anminer of Depositions issueWolfe county weather the amount of stock on hand cet to see his article tana owing to me lim Mr Evans which appears in this GEO B HAIiPER Supt ited circulation of his paper his feara were is the only examiner in this locality and at Hazel Green last Wednesday was less well founded he sent us a copy of his paper A good crowd how- Â¬ We were much obliged to him and hope those having business in his line should than the demand fcOHNS EVANS ever was in attendance and all stock that his paper if of not much interest will give him their patronage sold brought good prices Below we apÂ¬ be at least of some utility We think he HAZEL GEEEN XT pend a list of that which changed hands acted wiselv in sending his article to THB Â¬ Thursday and Herald since this is his only sure way of Depositions edJ aT bunchFofDay last five cattle start- and the amount realized Cxamlrvr from eighty having the public to know anything of his General Campbell to IL 1 Motley 1 for Wolfe county this place to the Mt Sterling market mare 70 75 views in regard to matters except he send KwnaeetfEatly frslicitia the patronage of the They were mostly three and four year James Davis to E 1 Motley 1 cow them all a special copy By the way MMk aad will attead promptly to all bus- - ods and about the best lot of feeders and calf 25 75 since it occurs to our mind wc will say to MtTBctei to his care the gentleman that we are much obliged to ever driven- - from this section John W Dav to Win Gillmorc 1 hei- Â¬ Its effectjre 12 00 him for writing his first piece fer A W ISABEL Same to Itaac Eose 1 heifer 11 05 minds us very much of Josh Billings saying Bev J-- T Picratt of this place Isaac Eose to E M Pieratt 1 yoke Attorney-at-La- w about the mule He says if you want a mule preached at Old Grassy Church last Sat Â¬ 96 25 to stay in a lot you must turn him in an ad- Â¬ of oxen Keax Estate Agekt Axb urdays and Sunday to good congregations joining one aadlet him jump in From oui Clay Eose to John 1 Eose Sr 1 HAZEL GEEEN ET He recently held a very interesting meet- Â¬ yoke oxen 50 00 experience we learn that if you want to carry W3S practice in all the Courts of Wolfe ing at Long Branch and some six or W C Perkins to Isaac Eose 1 yoke a point get the Gem man to oppose it and lVircU Meifce and Breathitt counties oxen 35 00 it is carried He says that the people of the church seven persons joined Titles exaauaed abstracts furnished tax Campton as town builders are dead failures John Campbell to G E Swango 1 rceidontp real estate bought 4terftH fur aea cow 22 50 The gentleman hasnt been in our town for N H Trimble found it so nice in a considerable length of time and from what sm said Collections a specialty to J T F Day 2 Witchiteu Kansas that he bought more Wyley Aruett 150 00 he says of it when he was here he must have yoke oxen -LYICLNS O property and telegraphed Bob to come Same to same 2 3 year old steers 50 00 been like John on the Isle of Patmos he and help him Bob left Sunday and will Same to same 2 3 year old steers 35 00 must have been in the spirit or had the 25 00 spirit in him Let us take a Byrda eye view County Attorney Real Estate Agent remain several weeks Nelson is expected Same to same 1 eow of West Liberty and learn something of its fc Son to J T fc F G W llammons home this week Sentinel Democrat and Notary Public West Liberty possessed such 160 00 past history Day 6 steers Trtlic6M m all Courts in Wolfe and Ada spirit of improvement and public en- Â¬ 1 cow 22 00 jalalBg 0tJeaaBd Court of Appeals Wm Wells formerly of this place Same to same 1 heifer that the lapse of filteen long o same 8 00 terprise 2aeoue B8 a Specialty Mrs Lucinda Ingram who SamW to Hammons Jr to J T F and father of years previous to 1879 brought about the G Campton Wolfe County Xy has been living at Hinesborough 111 Dav 2 4 year old steers 73 50 erection of two new buildings Four year ago she had no church houise and no school for several years died at that place on W B Allen to J T F Day 2 yoke 3 SWA2JGO oi oxeu the 9th Inst He leaves many relatives 140 00 buildings though she was perhaps sixty fiveÂ¬ 35 00 years old and would not nave had any toand friends in this section to mournhis Same to same 4 2 year old heifers K4ZEL GBEEN XY 40 00 day no doubt had not the Justices of the Same to same 2 cows death county said to the people of the town You J W Dav to J T F Day 1 2 vcar CItrk 8f Wslfe 12 50 can no longer use our court house tor church Curt oldlieifer Hindoo Kidney Cordial manufactured and school purposes and locked the door J H Amyz to J T fc F Day 4 2 year att eBse eRtrasted to him Tjy Patten Brpsv Catlettsburg Ky is old steers to 7 50 against them and such was the Spirit of the best fcidnev remedy ever introduced progress and improvement that thgy were prwiBjitBntM ap4 4fcPtch 3v driven to ihe paiuful nccessityVf erecting Havinir tried several of them without Total iir80 one or two new public-- buildings He reliefvwe k ied Hindoo and foundit the JKKH WHXTT boasts of the improvements of Hazel Green Of Elliett Qomtjf best- - It is sold by all Hazel Green The Paria Keutuckian Citizen speak but of his own town he can say but little ivjra stores ing of the railroad meeting at that place In defence of some of our enterprising Iracn Co aays Judge Bush made a plain dispas- Â¬ lest the Gem might fall into the hands of Sheriff G T Center of Camptonthe sionate setting forth of the need for the some one who knows nothing of its editor Market SL Lomsvim Ky most enterprising man in Wolfe county Campton and reBMceei x aurtera xiculucky perhaps paid Hazel Green a short visit Frankfort Georgetown and Paris rail- Â¬ we will give a short sketch of the hist four Within its improvements e Slants c last Thursday He is figuring on the road Frankfort must have it or she Tears there has been erected in Campton plans and specifications of the new Pie- Â¬ will be side tracked The line is to ex- Â¬ twentv rix new buildings On account of M TATJLBEE M D tend through Georgetown North Mid her tacilities for building Mr G T Center ratt House with a view of taking the dletown Mt Sterling Hazel Green Sal who may be called the builder of Campton contract to build it FfrrSICIAN AND SUBGEON yersville to Prestonsburg A committee has furnished building material for Hazei Frcnchburg and Jackson aiid HAZEL GEEEN KY Take one of Dr J H McLeans Little was appointed to confer with committees Green Ezel has now enough material on hand to build from the other counties interested on Kidney Liver he man the werW T Caskcvs store Office you goand bed and Pillets at night before the 23rd of February to consult as to wet Gem head an ice house so thatcool may to you will be surprised for and keep his brain his Jtmn 8 to 11 AM and 1 to 4 P M how buoyant and vigorous you will feel the best manner of putting the subject such remarkable fertility cant be kept too In next weeks issue moist AH calls attended to day or nighL A F Bykd the next day Only 25 cents a vial before the people we hope to give our readers definite in- Â¬ Sold by G B Swango Hazel Green and MORGAN COUNTY formation in regard to this road and be JOXBS HOUSE J N Vaughn Campton West Liberty Feb 21 Your corresable to show them that inside of two pondent had the pleasure of spending FriCAMPTON KY Lib- Â¬ years the toot of the locomotive will day afternoon at the Sam J Salyer formerly of West which Normal er ty will next week locate in Winches- Â¬ be heard in Hazel Green So mote it bo time was devoted to discussion by the ladies 3 COMBS Peopbietok and gentleman and recitations by the little ter to practice law He is a talented Bev Mr Hubert who is stationed at folks It was quite amusing as well as enTke patronage of the traveling puhlie is young man of fine moral and social rcapectfally solicited Table the beht and qualities and is a good acquisition to any Jackson as assistant pastor of the work tertaining to hear each of the latter so to their call while all avsTT atteation for the comfort of guests community We cheerfully commend of the M E Church South and who promptly respond themselves with much has been visiting relative and friends in the debaters acquitted Mr Salyer to the people of Clark county deserves more merit than the South for about two months arrived credit and itif one Newt Cisco whose talent TpALJLCE HOTEL Sentinel Democrat the other was here last Wednesday afternoon and for oratory is unsurpassed PBENCHBUBG KY Mrs T W Itosc after a protracted illness To cure Bheumatic or other pains take preached in the M E Church that night Miss Dora Snowden the little daughter of pulmonary consumption departed this WILUAMS Proprietor JH a piece of thick flannel saturate it well Tb patronage of the traveling public is with Dr J H McLeans Volcanic Oil of John M Snowden of Jackson who life Feb lGth The funeral services wero reap uklly invited Table the best and Liniment bind it round the limb or accompanied Mr Hubert on his South- Â¬ conducted at the Christian Church by Bev J L Adams She leaves a husband three rery atteatioa to the comfort of gnests wherever the pain is and place over it a ern tour returned with him and was small children and a host of friends to hot iron or hold to the fire so as to ap Â¬ delighted with her trip and loth to re- Â¬ mourn her loss 2XEENWADE HOUSE The closing exercises of the Mountain ply as much heat as possible Sold bv turn They left for Jackson Thursday Normal will be held Friday night the 25th G B Swango Hazel Green and J N morning FBENCHBUEG KY Ashland Patrick of Safyersville was the Vaughn Canipton T-- J COPE Proprietor Bead the card of W E Word who is guest of the Morgan House last week TaVle supplied with all delieaeies of the John B Phipps of Mt Sterling made a Co dealers representing Adams Bros fcaion Special attention to commercial Here you fellows who promised to be in stoves and tinware Louisville Ky flying trip to our town otw4r Johnny Downing and Dora Phillips are prompt and pay us when we called upou which appears in this issue of our paper you if we would take chickens pota Mr Wora has been traveling through on the sick list KENDALL HOUSE R E Smith passed through towu en route toes jxc jOcc it is about time you were this section a long time and has built COKjrEK 1A1X A2TD PllESTONSBUEG STS Liouisville bringing in your truck and turn over up a good trade in his business He is to Madam Humor savs there is a wedding WEST LIBEBTY KY You certainly do not want to read the straight in all his dealings and our mer on the tapis r C C Kendall - Proprietress paper and withold the pay you honestly chants will find his goods just as repre-Â¬ Capt T J Henry is in Favetto on busiowe for until we starve to death for SXOOKS Ike taele is rapplied with ihe best the lack of ititdo you Dead men dont eat sented while he will make prices the ness lowest Give Word a trial and our word WOLFE COUNTY Jcrktibrda Experienced hand in charge for it you will never regret having done of rttfek Caarges reaMmabl Gillmore Feb 19 Miss Margaret Cal By reference to the advertisement iu so hflun of Quicksand has bcn visiting her thisissue headed Administrators No- Â¬ cousin Mrs J H Vest for a week hut re- Â¬ BOGEBS tice it will be seen that Squire A B By reference to our advertising col- Â¬ turned home today Come and see us again WITH Landrum as administrator of the estate umns it will be seen that Sewell Combs Margaret Solomon Frazier passed here yesterday of A J Cox deceased will be at Camp of Campton has converted his dwelling ton March 7th Hazel Green March 16th into a house of entertainment for the en route for his home in Breathitt He was SMPLEy DOISY CO Covinirton where ho and at Maytown March 17th He re- Â¬ accommodation of the traveling public just from since November last had been so journing quests all owing the estate to meet him visiting that place Those who have The commissioners chosen to divide the A on those days at the places designated stopped with Mr Combs heretofore lands of the heirs of James Linden deceas Â¬ and make settlement speak in highest terms of the accommo- Â¬ ed are now engaged at their work dations and to all who visit our sister John Linden who has been afilicted for The quality of the blood depends much town in future we can say that if you some time with rheumatism is getting able upon good or bad digestion and assimila- Â¬ wish the comforts of a home stop with to co around Farmers are beginning to fix up fencing tion to make the blood rich in life and Sewell Combs at the Combs House preparatory for the coming crop Ath and Elm Streets strength giving constituents use Dr J Talton E Calhoun was visiting at this H McLeans Strengthening Cordial and E S Sample of this county a few place a few days since C5NC1KNATI OHIO Blood Purifier it will nourish the prop- Â¬ days since showed us a model of a har- Â¬ Mrs Caroline Johnson is visiting her faUncle Remus erties of the blood from which the ele row which he contemplates liaving pat- Â¬ ther afc this place OB XTJNNELLY mrnts of vitality are drawn 1 00 per ented It consists of a circle with teeth Mass Convention bottle Sold by G B Swango Hazel to which is attached a pivotal beam Kirn Iu pursuance to a call by the Chairman Green and J N Vaughn Campton The advantages claimed for it over the of the Executive Democratic Committee of old fashioned harrow are that continu- Â¬ the 34th Senatorial District of Kentucky CO Wm Walker who says he was raised ally revolving it will lighten the draught the Democrats of Wolfe county will meet in in Breathitt county writes us from Helth and swing past obstructions striking it Mass Convention in Campton on Saturdav the ISth day of March 1887 at 1 oclock p Madison county Arkansas and encloses without stopping the team WHOLESALE SADDLERY r for the purpose of selecting delegates to a list of public lands in that State which attend the District Convention of the 34th The dank and decaving vegetation of Senatorial District of Kentucky to he held maynehadforthesettling The list howJ L Daalap iranufacturers of ever is too voluminous for our columns regions newlv cleared of timber exposed at Campton Wolfe county on the J B IHuilp day W G Barrett Saddles Harness c at present Moreover we have recently to the rays of the sun is sure to breed of April 1SS7 to nominate a candidate to discovered an Eldorado here in Eastern malaria Dr J H McLeans Chill and be voted for at the August election 1SS7 io T2i aai 730 aud doilers in Kentucky Bight herein Hazel Green Fever Cure by mild and gentle action represent raid District in the State Senate TtVMaia St in fact where everybody can have a home will radically cure 50 ceuts a bottle This February 21st Ls7 1 Saddlery Hardware JosKiir C Lykixs and make a good living if they will only Sold by G B Swango Hazel Green and Chairman Dem Countv Committee LOUISVILLE KY learn to laJjor and to wait J X Vaughn Campton Attest Isaac ErKi ss Clerk --- THE uMRALD OF SWIFTS CAMP TRADE AT THE 1 ji I ASK YOUR ATTENTION 1 5 fiTi 1 TTTHlFn HfiTTlWlTTlf liul iiij s ul 1 Iill uu lili llBOv ing House Mt Sterling Ky When you visit our city look out forthe CASH SIGN on Mala street CASH means every article at rock bottom prices I guarrantee this to you as I keep no books credit nobody sell for CASH oaly 1 am dealer in watches clocks and jewelry Bogers Bros7 1849 knives aad fodes spoons table and tea every thing to be found iu a first class jewelry store I am olso dealer in Boefs Shoes Hots and Gaps VI and6enfs Furnislwsf 6n dHfijsL Ladies Fine Shoes the best that is made Childrens Shoes in all sizes ami atrfce Gents Fine and Heavv Boots Now good people remember that I am the only firm in our city that sells fee CASH ONLY this is the firm you want to find to save you a BIGPEB CENT No trouble to show goods Asking you to call when in the citv aad feopinr tc see you soon I remain Eespectfully yours a4 Â¬ M MainTStreet A GROSSMAN i W VOWELS - Mt Sterling Ky JOHN F SCILLECTKA la tc FRAXK GOUVIOX 3 ROSSMAN 600V10N GO WHOLESALE SrAXCiACTURBR3 QV lve trig difeSkm IJllllUlU fialiiODu BRIDLES c Wis 4 and 78 Mairr Street -- CINCINNATI O k the present Uy it is almost universally acknowl UfinV -- of as m n 9 flt lft Hi Gt K Vw 7 flflv TGOKS iru ESTABLISHED 1ST Iilsaowaeariyae- years ince this zncliciae was offered as w remedy Tor Worm j and from that time IU recatation hna steaiiv iiutnMued aull uuuuiinuut iiciirjy an pairs oi me wona xo oe lae t ttoirritobtefaTe toaainsr rotlejljr in sleep moaning Many a helpless child has been laid la tho grave when tho dlscasA which cansed its death has bon cn- - othprransftth n r 1 7ZZZZ rr assured pate irpm Trf rULC VySD7iclr01VrTo r 1 VE RMIFUGE rea5Jrr and ffrindiajr the teeth then tSermptomaS b0athe caasa Ithas beea proved beyond carll thatwoww a -- Fm hMinMrni7czih7zrzztr y ine hhivij um7 u xsjramij av Phffi vir nsiiaie io 2Zzi--t- w i ji x luians uo not vf JL zi vr recommend u ana nsei It la their practice and many or the I proi jsijnirojnKu parts oi tne country testily to ita uniform success la fact H naver mart eiateent of falls It ham kit11 to children as a safe pnnratire not suspectiiur the of x onn n ere discharged and immediate relief afforded Great cautienSa beedW -- IO ni- - own jitusre ono sense nr t - tw Iviim 2V hn to HBC V- XAKTWiUV ZT finrtfnfnt U in 1A1- - - and v -examine curuiimjr kj see icac lae luuau are B A rAffinaroac aatf be Hed with nothinccisc ft KW raAKlTCJW HOWARD CO SO w x t Mu ovu n- - - M TUviss arcd the ericinftl B A rahaetGcir Yen Gentlemen I have usetl some of that rant arpoTlont remdy B A FahnestochaVermlfajreand found It to fuge is my practice for Maar years bare kesi - Termifcza can tancr iareeoHEieBdteltasareedy have the dcairrd edevt I thinlc jowhich Is Vf cot safely be dispensed with in any family reliable and efficient ia xil eases where a rrmtfiiffii ia YonrsLtc J WHXBIUHDHD needed TBOS H HAKD T X rtut ni Baiiu ftwrSSSeTte - SCHWARTZ CO b a ForSock 4 Co BJjM Pikrg t Fa Safe FrtfrKi W G L SWANGO DEUXK IX tyriflmif GENERAL MERCHANDISE HAZEL GREEN KENTUCKY KSZT3 COSSTANTIA ON HAND A v FUIX A3eOKTKKST f Knoefel 3 Staple and Fancy Dry Goods Ready made Clothing Hats Caps Boots Shoes Queensware Tinware Hardware Table and Pocket Cutlery Grocer- Â¬ ies Stoves and Farming Implements 5 M a r4 3 In fact everything usually kept in a first class country store and at BOTTOM PRIGEH Also will tuke in exohange for Goods or in payment of any debt due me all kinds of Countrv Produce and Live Stock of every description iS TRIMBLE BROTHERS ji Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ HgplBHHB -- aip i- MT STERLING KY Respectfully Invite the Mountain Merchants to Examine their Stocl and Prices before purchasing Eo THE NEW AKD ELEaANT HiCH ARM - CHICAGO COTTAGE ORGAN Has attained standard of esccesce wUteH admka of no superior Itcontalna evryimprovneHtttteTcnlv9 genius skill and mocey cn protkio tTU Om Â¬ EB JENNIE JUNE SEWING MACHINE IS THB BEST BUY NO OTHER 1 Jr 4 I XYXXT -B81--9 Hr l Â¬ Jt LDRY GOODS Cr HSiB A Handsome line of ift yo Â¬ B Theso Cfcjms are oelebratod for vokinc quality of tone quick response artistic ianty in Qnish perfect congtructlon makiir tbra the most desirable oixans for fcoeaeij schools churches lodges soieti6 etc HP1B 7 eas BW-1- -- 3Tft ieii i DUNLAP BROS lt custom made Suits Our goods are tailor made and corset fitting Immense line of Mens Boys and Childrens Boots Hats Caps and Underwear ESTABLISHED KEFTJTATI5 UrEQUAUa FACTL1TIES The I ABIES FAVORITE because SKILLED WOSK3CEX it is IiIGHT ETJNTMT1TG and does SEST 3C ATXJilAI Rueh beautiful work Agents Favor easy seller COMBINED XA S itcbecauseitis a quick and AGENTS WANTED inMcCFIED TERRITORY THS POPULAR OEGEiH SrCX3 303SS CIStOTJTi Cer LaS2ll2 AY8BE3 V T iRstrociidH oialogues Bsca awi PkuM Stttte JUNE MANUFACTURIHG CO asl Oataria Slresr osJ Pried Liteoa asSmtHmjmmt CHICAGO CfiTTASE 616AM CHICAGO ILL - i y IE 3 - tk- - tk k r t i fr w f IP r-- 4 PITH AND pomr He and so did Bill who went about his SWEDISH KNACKS ROD i rose slowly and touched his hak daily work much as usual enly mora God lore the fke Staff of Idfe la Ose ef Swede Aint he no bettdr yetn queer1 and silent than before Hf torie MiHiaff Tewns but the tro jhie is so sumy Donfcyou know said Macdonald deemed to look about him in a liewil At Falun we found the arerage cheerful over so peafcy Kttk 1 xazxugxsxs - - jumrumx irritable with the impatience of sup- Â¬ dered way as if the world were out dining phia CaiL pressed paid that hell never bd any joint though he knew hot how Mad Swedish inn with a cheerless room where each table was piled high When a maa beoosaes fcariy better in this world ddnald was almost the only one whom with knackbrodj enough on each table HIS LETTERS RETURNED that he is a geMg it it A troubled look came into the mans he ever spoke to if he could help it to feed twenty soldiers The knack thatth fringe slowly begwac to fctn Tekfc2teoklt letters wild eyes though often when he was alone TT ttk iec tee prietea air brod is a national institution and stood watching itpatienfc the I thought it would be afore sun- Â¬ would talk to himself or may be he sign surer than any sign post or and a on -- bottom ot his tro8C5 leg Ifa wm a tirage ef geftiie wdMei to Call you shear a sheep without cut- Â¬ ly till itleapt into ahlaze frontMiss Flira Have to ieaL thenhe turned down he muttered K4e Imjc seeKtun Scaly ffr Dont you be Â¬ some imagined interlocutor He would ier stone to tell one that he is in Swe Â¬ ting him all to pieces Aj4 time tfea Vd sras severed away and clearing away the grass and lieve it sir he aint a goin to die no Kattlebranes novel Tell m hew fU usieu anenuveiy to the overseers den It is made of rye or barley flour it come cat WMIe tlHSk lore was jfc ita Sfrrinr Adamson fixed hi ere3 Oh the frank leaves drew with the point of his knife no FoggI sBfe hm not he e fw IAb bak kls fetters grave kindly words and perhaps show mixed with potatoes and quantities of kindly face thai looked down upon him a circle round the grave had it publisied at his own rkfc He sat down again settling back into unexpectedly at some later time that Bt sbe bpl kis 4Iaaead riag and gradually finding his voice said carroway seeds is baked in thin sheet3 Boston TramcripL He stripped off his shirt and laid it his old look of dogged patience Mac- Â¬ he had fee I dont know but Til try wli be to Msa a sister aside then he knelt down In the circle donald finding it useless to say any than onetaken in more of their spirit a foot in diameter with a hole in the The yacht Thistle aowhailtiiag a W be eea sw a f rtefed might have thought Come on then said Murdoch as before the fire with his knife and middle and through this hole the mar- Â¬ Glasgow is specially desjgaea te Â¬ latUsTwia K crueV The winter passed away and the ket women run a string and carry he sprang down and hitched his horse kin besidft hirtl ftHfl Jncnpri liia panni thing to him went quietly back and Oa ker trst kc HMght depend litii1a took up his post again beside Murdoch spring and pete for Americas cup next 1 kvtf z TlrtCfr Tf ii T4- uciuio t utiu gone mree another summer and then it around for sale Otfcer j i Wifcl deem her heartless In the bread Thistle give newspaper jokers uu uu t before his fade and Praydd What was it Mac Any one want Â¬ he seemed gradually to fail He grew She wlTS6 Ibesa by as churls Eton he turned and leaned against the i i had market at Stockholm they fasten these a lot of dmhaMtal Hd WfcSe to stateliest devotion ndvdr dbtle siich a thirty n ing yoUu listless and dreamy his strength for- Â¬ strings of knackbrod to their shoulder opportunity to get offrace wall with his hands against his side his lifJ before at any se KotOd wear his set of pearls xt rate not since he It was Biil Adamson from the huts sook him his moods were stranger than yokes in piles that reach from the nuns anent the shaking with laughter was a child at his mothers knees PerÂ¬ beyond the creek He was wanting to ever Herald Aad the Jeweled laas from Paris though the old fierce outbursts of yokes nearly to the ground To an un Youre a rum ouaionier you are haps the words he You doat like these saodeca In their costly cabinet you temper were never heard now and appreciative palate it tastes quite as Youve never asked me what youre to if written down sosaid may shockblas- Â¬ know how you were Aa the siaay dainty trifles Ok yaa grotesquely Black Bill Poor old chap You there was a new gentleness in all his much as looks like dog biscuit and is posers then Mr Jones Wrought in oraola and jet get it phemous so pathetically horrible weird some of cm but I draw tie Kae a Asd MHch of ralHfl The man dropped his head and kick- Â¬ they Yet may bd there are people whose didnt send him away didyou Td like words and ways And in this itate tougher than any thing else the human thisfeUerWag-Wag-Wag-er-e- rT to see him again Tat had cowe acres the brine little likely to offer resistance to any teeth struggle with Beside the knack ed nervously at a stone on the ground- - inarticulate creed if put into Sie retaiocd as svreti mementoes whistle a rase fee erar plain En- Â¬ Can you bear it Murdoch disease a creeping chill struck him brod the Swedes offer you many va- Â¬ see I cant Of the iJays ot Add lacg syne Then he muttered without looking at glish would not amount to his o A much better Why not Do let him come up and he took to his bed with malaria rieties of sweet bread full of carroway wrote or do anything of drawfeaek Murdoclu Bat ehe ve him back his letters Lord Amighty That is rather a banjo he said I dont Macdonald went down again and fever and never got up again YoU never asked me where I came Aa4 Iteeed they wera aot few seeds and with the morning coffee give to his music know much about this yer business I admit1- Smrftrs found him still motionless in the same Tfee they had bo money value M acdonald rode up as soon as ho you plates of these fancj kickshaws from Im only a lag an may be taint the Bazar As oar heroine well knew And Murdoch understood There was thing for me to speak But if You position He touched him on the shoul- Â¬ heard of it and arrived only just in but never any plain white bread and So she parted irith them bravely HigH old style daughter Ara m der time to see him before he died He the coffee at Palun was something to a curious twist of perversity in his na Â¬ want to kill any one do kill me Aad the interview was oer MayÂ¬ all right raa 2tfeer Adamson will Aad irita the Idndcsl condescension tureor somo ot his friends so called be its all the same to You and You wants to see 3011 you come up He was unconscious of all around and kept make one shiver with disgust The un- Â¬ feathers on glasses I will see-- Ok with opera she dismissed him at the door murmuring to himself Pm coming it Civilized and respectable citizens he see hobody would miss me fortunate one who following Mark yes they are all right except o- 2frt JL K Treaty im Texas Siftwgt I The mans whole face lighted up yes Pm coming and once or twice Twains old plan of saing If this is would treat with the subliniost audacity don t know how to say it all right but put the step ladder away so that The boss May I the3 caught the name of Murdoch of disdairij it Was a common saving I reckon Youll know what coffee give me tea and if this is tea fix it but it dont look so bad mj I mean He rose at once to follow then he A Werner in Temple Bar THE BOSS DEATH about him that he feared nothingand Strike me dead now or at any time give me coffee andgrandly ordered the cant It will do Merchant Tramthr dear suddenly coffee pot off the table was sure she respected nobody WOMEN HUSKING CORN But for outcasts lou please an let him get better his heavy stopped and carefully drew off They were seated at a late Sssday boots Tby He Died in the Arms of Poor and disreputable characters of any sort Amen was poisoned when she had rashly swalthe door bell rang Goodness Industrious Wives and Daughters Who lowed some Did he say he wanted to see me he had a quick instinctive svmoathv of the tea Then we dinnerwhen -- T BilL Have Aided in Iowas Development Pour corners to my bed she exclaliaecL gracious Yes its It did not take tuiitdi rknnpfmHon f Four angels around my head A man who had returned from a trip mourned that we had ever let ourselves our minister and Tve been eaiBg He spoke not another word but went Matthew Mark Luke and John be jolted more than a hundred miles gue the history of the man before him be no it couldnt bo tot and Never mind ray dear re Bless the bed that I lie on lt into the room with Macdonald and across Iowa was telling as though it from Upsala to this dull dead stupid onions following the impulse of the mo- Â¬ were a new or rare case that he saw him to die yoa need aot kiia plied her husband It was the only thing of the sort he stood awkwardly at the foot of the bed He was all alone in the hut He sat ment he did the very thing to bind that remembered out of his far off childhood scarcely daring to lift his eyes to the women out in the cornfield in autumn provincial town of Palun and an En him to day Brooklyn Bridge JBtm man to him for life husking corn He talked of it as though glishman at an adjoining table further ner on a packing case Staring into the fire perhaps the only pra er he had ever changed white face and drawn lips consoled us by telling our American All right then Is it a bargain P learnt It may be that he hU elbows oa his knees and his head had thought A young man asked the lady of his Well old fellow Pm awful glad to it were degrading and unbecoming for miner that the Palun copper mines Shake hands on itl on his hands talking to himself as it of service as a kind of devotional in- Â¬ see you Just leave us a little will wuuiuu iu ue eugugeu in such servi Â¬ were not interesting and not worth affections the other evening how si So they shook hands and Bill Adam Â¬ tude It shows a mans ignorance of solitary men wilLThere was a gloomy cantation He took his hands from his you Mac of stand Therere all under liked the look of his new stylesnrreyia Â¬ soh was Instsiled among the shearers the world especially of the Iowa part seeing at all helpless perplexity in his look as he face and held them clasped straight ing collar After critically And MacDonald left them together of it if he does not know that it is not ground you know said the English him and the collar she replied thrust the burning brands together and afterward when that nomad tribe before him looking with vague ex-Â¬ He looked up twisted his Yery man with the toe of his boot and muttered scattered away east and west to pastÂ¬ pectant eyes up to the stars and wait- Â¬ lessly scraped the floor fingers help-Â¬ a new a rare or a degrading work man and you have to have a noth- Â¬ nice indeed It looks like a white Â¬ with Ids foot carry torches to see it Theres ures new he remained on as one of over again Boss a dyin ing for the stroke to fall He really and jerked out the words with a kind Xivery jjoou man or course aeepiy re- Â¬ ing picturesque there at all washed fence around a lunatic asy Â¬ no no the Barangaroo shepherds a queer grets the necessity which demands had some expectation that it would of defiance I A stray stock rider had passed by N Y Ledger Despite the Englishmans kind infor-Â¬ lum solitary man such work in inclement weather that afternoon on his way to a distant silent seldom spoke who worked for There was a sudden hoarse scream Of the 60000 or 70000 Bostoa You wont die boss P know you b3 and never smiled and a far off flapping of wings in the women But it has been mation that the mines were under- Â¬ women entitled to vote only 1293 hare station and brought the news from three wont Ive made it all right except practiced in all parts of the ground we made ready and drove taken the trouble to register Thece Barangaroo It was Murdoch of He likedwhen Murdoch spoke to him stillness above his head It was an What do 3ou mean Come here through the dreary line of villages that the lonely life at the hut on nagle hawk Borangaroo Lennox Murdoch who disturbed from his nest in And he went nearer and Lenox Mur-Â¬ State ever since it was inhabited It is combine to make the town of Falun to are a great many women in this cowt Stringy bark hill where vory few were doubtful if there is a county or even a lay dying dowly dying in torture willing to stay the highest of the stringy barks try who want the they waat doch lifted his unwounded left arm and township among the other hands but what noble and true the grufstuga or mining office The it brought to their ballot but ea traiae lielplessly crushed and mangled by a on Â¬ Ma3 be Hes gone to fetch the thun- laid it round his neck house cut station women the past fall could have been whole region was sere and desolate falling tree as he was overseeing some andthedifficult he was moody sullen derbolt he thought as a fragment of with a U shaped neck and garaisfced WI13 dont 3ou know boss They seen husking corn It was not as a covered with dump heaps slag and but the two men who wild dim nature myth timber cutting in tlie bush The man shared the HsrmkL darted though said theyd take me instead of 3 011 hut with him found his mind frolic spell or for mere amusement refuse from the mine and there was with jet trimming Nbrristoioit whose gay fearlessness was the wonder Two pickpockets saw a gentleaaaa and the3 wont go back on their word But it was done in most cases as a work enough sulphur and vitriol in the air of the colony who had ridden un Â¬ him well enough to get on with Woldja woldja And he mur- Â¬ to give us unpleasant sensations in our receive a large sum at the baak I dont understand Tell me all of necessity Nor is a girl or a wife The months harmed time after time through the if you let him alone went on one day exactly like another mured some words in the native lan Â¬ about it lessened in the estimation of good men throats although the inhabitants claim followed him for some time to get very jaws of death the reckless way till guage most likely a charm He raised himself it must have cost that these fumes have kept off cholera chance at it Finally the watched ma they added up into jears and it wardj fantastic soul to whom mortal But all was still the fire leapt and him fearful pain with his old winning and women in times when the profits and pestilence in times past This Falu turned into a lawyers office aud o danger was as a familiar friend whom seemed to him that he had lived there flickered and the eagle hawk did not mischievous smile as if he were might Â¬ of the farm will not justify hiring men rufra Falun mine or stora koppar of the watchers said That settles k all his life Murdoch came up some- Â¬ to gather corn for the daughters and tvery one loved and laughed at so times he always No has Hes gone Come along when he could went come back He took up his knife from ily amused at himself and the whole sit-Â¬ wives to prepare themselves comfort- berget great copper mountain full of life and joy in life Why the out to the ground and drew the sharp point uation and laid his head down on Bills 4wait till the lawyer the huts himself with the rations ably and go to the field and aid the other high sounding titles of the said the other very thought of his dying was impossi- Â¬ quickly down his breast then made shoulder The great bushman wound brothers Purse and the Tresisury of Swe comes out Well tackle him instead of sending the overseer or now and husbands in corn husk Â¬ ble and incongruous at least it seemed and Bobby was awake when his mother round the ing It is a tedious and lengthy part den and its 3ield was once equal to then he would pass by casually another cut across it and held up the his rough arms tender as if the only fitting close to such a when out slight figure and asked instead of an of farm work which has not yet been the revenues of the Eronu The came home from the party at midnight shooting and sit over a pipe cup to catch the starting drops career would he a swift sudden stroke before You thought I didnt mean it but I swering aided by an3 patent machinery It has mine has been worked for over five Did you say your prayers to amrse to be snatched away in a moment that Adamsons fire talking to him in do See this is the first and the rests hundred years as is known by Bobby she asked before yoa west Does it hurt 3ou now to be done in the old fashioned way Trith the laughing light still in his eyes won frank trustful way of his which to come after and all prehistoric mu- Â¬ to bed No not much account No Mamma I fordotit- Tell me the hearts of black The writer has known in the past records snd the last snatch of a Song stilflin It was at such times asand white alike He slowly lifted the pannikin and what 3ou mean dear old lad thirty 3ears some of the best girls and seums show how rich the bronze age Well you better come and say thera geringonhis lip Itseemed unnatural got all Bills history fromthese that he poured its contents into the fire As it So he told him slowly in broken truest women Iowa ever had who was in Scandinavia where the deposits to me now What said Bobby in him bit by iiorrible for Lennox Murdoch of all bit and deepened hissed and crackled in the flame ho awkward words having to be helped of Falun and Oster Gosland only could drowsy astonishment does Dod stay into a dumb dog- Â¬ made regular hands during the entire men to be lying on his back in the like worship the went on speaking supply the savages of those earlier cen- Â¬ up all night out questions now and then of tlie fall in the corn field Prairie Farmer mans first vague Â¬ And we es darkened room with closed eyes and miration I do not know whether ad Pm going down in the morning to black fellows burial place and the mid Â¬ pecially recollect seeing an intelligent turies B3 the guides statistics the Tramp Cant you spare a lirUe Bill drawn white lips So thought his Adamson had ever loved anyone or see him once more If You do your night incantation and how They had and bright girl who prided herself in mine regularly yielded 3322 tons of present for an old soldier who lost his overseer who had carried him uostairs any thing in his life part and let him get better Ill come promised by the sign of the falling copper annually during the seventeenth leg in the charge at Cold Harbor VirÂ¬ before able to in his arms and laid him tenderly down know that he loved Lennox I do not here to morrow night and end it I star And before he had ended the d3 being per day husk forty bushels of century It now 3 ields less than 800 ginia Citizen But look here maa corn Murdoch glorying in the honor- Â¬ on the bed he would never leave again And now Gibson had brought the swear solemnly I will You hear me ing man was sobbing as if his heart able and exhilarating labor of corn tons annually The company owning last month you told me yoa lost that feeling all the time grave quiet news that Lennox Murdoch hiy would break husking That woman is now the hon- Â¬ the mine numbered 1200 proprietors in leg in the Battle of Corinth Missiseifjai dying Will that do Scotsman as he was as if his own at Barangaroo He knelt with uplifted blood stained oh dont Dont sir Youll hurt ored wife of one of Iowas ablest Sena- Â¬ 1816 and each of these shares is now Tramp So I did so I did hut the I can not try to follow hands looking up to the peaceful heart would Tjreak So thought worth a little over f 100 in our money Battle of Corinth was fought at Cold sky 3ourself 3 ou will and analyze the wild tors Instead of these being rare cases though they could not perhaps have put thoughts that worked daily in formlesss As he looked a falling star drew a line Bill dear dear old fellow how the and women have To any one who even knows about the Harbor and I it into words the men who hung brain of his A superstitious that dark of light across the space of sky be- Â¬ could you think of such a horrible thousands of girls the corn husking in copper mines of Lake Superior this on the historyaint my man to go fcaek of aided efficiently in country 3mr sailor to gloomily about the doors or listlessly begin with brooding for weeks Iowa Nor is it in the least dishonor- Â¬ Falun mine with its poor ore exhausted delte together tween the tops of the stringy barks thing Oh God oh God went through with their work silently over his own and vanquished M3 life for yours mine aint worth able or derogatory to the character of veins and high sounding titles seems a or speaking in hushed voices to each it is in truth thoughts into the bush Â¬ THE HIDDEN EGG Its done its done he cried and much and what would ve ever do am good woman The best of women small thing and after seeing American scarcely other Thore might have been better dered at if his ideas be won- flung himself forward on his face He without 3ou of England Prance and Germany mining methods and machinery the A Jfoted Mind Readers Mest IatcrcaMag of the Zwen there were certainly many far Unseen were not much hig lay there for some time without mov Â¬ Out Door SxperiBaeat Oh but 3ou mustnt 3ou mustnt not of course of the Lady Camp- Â¬ diamond drills electric lights and work than more judicious and with better those of the bronze One of the most interesting of ing while the fire flickered down and think of God in that way You oh bell class aid in the wheat harvests gQing on night and da3 bj hundreds of colored savages experiments I everperformed too regulated minds whereas the cenÂ¬ who would come and eat themselves died leaping up now and then and what shall I say to you Youll break And in this country until recently it miners the Treasury of Sweden place in Berlin twelve months ago last sorious might have said that Len Â¬ stupid on Murdochs mutton and damp- Â¬ casting weird vague lights and m3 heart was the universal practice for all the seems a poor and trifling affair nox Murdochs mind was not regulated er round their campfires near his hut shadows over the grave mound and the Dont take on dont I didnt females of the family in health to Huhamah t St Louis Globe Democrat Easter Having purchased an Easter egg and put into it a quantity of geid t all but there was not a shephenl or He believeVHn the existence of a Higher prostrate figure think it would have vexed ye so I work in the fields in hay harvest The TO PREVENT COLDS hut keeper or hand of any sort on the Power whose name he sometimes used the egg was given to Mr Kasson the The slow hours of the afternoon drag- Â¬ wouldnt have told invention of the mower horse rake and station that would not have given any in oaths and to whom when more rev-Â¬ ged out their cruel length Macdonald Listen to me now and remember automatic pitcher have relieved the fe- Â¬ The Theory and Method Advanced by a American Minister to hide anywhere within a radius of a kilometer of the thing to have Murdoch round again in erently inclined he vaguely referred Prominent Medical Authority the overseer sat br Murdochs side what I sa3 Will 3 011 once Bill males of the farm from this service a good tcarinT temper as one of them but this rarely happened as They Dr Brown Sequard makes a con- Â¬ Hotel de Rome which was the startiBg nodded but did not speak Murdoch lay still with closed eyes You Yet there are ma ny who go out yet sithl Xo they would never hear his and in a sort of way not asleep Macdonald knew that by mustnt think its bad for me to die from choice to aid in this healthy and tribution to the Societe de Biologic point Accompanied by Count MolSke in the efficacy of which will be read with interest his Excellency Dr Lucius and Prince wrathful harangues or his reckless prayer though his views on the subject the occasional twitching of the white See if I went away to Svdnev you invigorating work Every body catches cold more or less Ratibon as a committee of inspection Jiaff again And this man who were peculiar They came in as usual lips in a spasm of pain and the tighten- Â¬ wouldnt be wanting to leave the sheep Instead of decrying the women who xiow sat over the fire this great black and settled down to ing grasp of the hand he held in his and run after me would 3ou Youd annual aid in the corn harvest in often and nobody wishes to do so Mr Kasson took away the egg and hid their sunner and it while I remained with the- - balaac baarded half savage heathen English Â¬ their customary monosyllabic talk He had done all he could to relieve the just wait till I came back method Iowa we honor them for the spirit and hence Brown Sequards man had heard the news with stolid Just at last before they turned in for long last agony it was not much Something like a sob shook the mans economy which prompts them to aid in ought to be popular Under the name of the committee in the hotel Instead apathy and scarcely said a word the night one of them happened to ask there was no surgical aid within reach rugged chest and the slow hard tears this most pressing work of the farm of a cold are included a number of of taking Mr Kasson by the hand as I done Perhaps the idea took a long time to him whether he had seen any one that and he knew enough to feel sure that gathered in his e3es It does not degrade them in character acute catarrhal inflammations affectingÂ¬ had be in other cases I caused hiss the nasal pharyngeal tracheal or bron- to connected with me by a reach that slow moving brain of his day He answered in his slow drawl even had there been no skill or care But 3oull never come back but on the contrary aids in developAfter the stranger had gone he slung as he knocked the ashes out of his pipe couiu save mm Jney wouiu never One end of No but 3ou can come to me Look ing them physically fcr the great du- chial mucous membrane In this coun piece of thin wire try we even apply the term to acute the wire was twisted round my ikf Wily and set the tea to boil and got against his knee quarrel again these two they had done here 3ou believe I care for you dont ties of life Bcs Moines la Register pn affections of the middle ear the eye the ight wrist and the other end rouad tilings ready as usual for his mates Gibson from Murrays wus here so regularly about once a week and you stomach intestines or bladder The his left the coil itself reraafsed 4ion they should return and then he this afternoon Ay that I do boss would have CHEAP DISHES suspected Came past Baranga- Â¬ no one cause of these so called colds is the slack Thus connected we started oa God made you and He cares for 3011 settled down to his brooding watch roo Says the boss is real bad Got froni Macdonalds dry reserved A Few Hints to the Concoctors of mod influence of cold damp air upon sensi- Â¬ our errand of search over the fire muttering broken words hurt with a tree falling on him From time to ways and caustic severit of far more than ever I can Cant 3011 ern Household Recipes tive portions of the bod- - producing time the wire was drawn taut and it believe He loves you If I didnt to himself There was a dead silence Then the speech that he loved this feckless The modern recipes for making thereby a disturbance of the vascular cut into our wrists with the force I exÂ¬ He was not a man of many ideas two interchanged comments and ques- Â¬ reckless Murdoch like his own brother think He did me I shouldnt know cheap dishes are framed upon the sup- Â¬ that was apparent at the first glance tions in a low voice and finally after He was beginning to hope that sleep what to do now You mustnt think position that you are to obtain the ma Â¬ equilibrium The residt is a conges-Â¬ ercised in pulling my subject aloag Pjobably he had not started in life with having tried in vain to get more lucid denied all night long might come at He doesnt love me because Pm d3ing terials of manufacture for nothing tion which settles down perhaps with but as far as possible I avoided actualÂ¬ Pm going to Him and so The3 should be written in this form the help of microbes as the late Dr ly touching his hand with my owb an excessive amount and lus experience information from him they turned last when Murdoch turned his head like this will 3ou if 3ou wait patiently and Go to the market and beg a beef bone Austin Flint believed into an inflam- Â¬ After leaving the Unter den Lindea we -- swi ordinary seaman on board various away and wrapped themselves in their wearily and opened his eyes turned tr3T small merchant vessels and later as a blankets leaving him still smoking by Im that tired Mac I shall be glad wonttoseedo right if Remember 3011 from the butcher steal a couple ol mationmost sensitive parts of the skin into theinto a narrow street and thea The Emperor Wilhelms stables I me again 3011 do what 3011 parsnips and half a dozen potatoes out ormviet in Sydney had not tended to the fire Thereupon he looked up and when its over said according to Dr Brown Sequard the went up to a corn box aad foaad it increase or elevate his stock But once said One o you stay here to morrow It was the first word of complaint he of the peddlers cart get 3our grocer But I promised catarrhal genetic areas are the neck locked For a moment I took Mr Eas Ik had acquired a notion of any sort I wanter to go down and see how he had uttered Macdonald had not broken He dont want 3ou to keep that to trust you for half a pound of rice and the feet In order to prevent sons hand in mine in order to iacrease he clung to it or it to him with the is borrow from 3our neighbor a cupful of to which they answered All down before but he felt near it now therefore one has only to the impression This done I moved tenacity of the limpet on the rock I right and were asleep in a few min He felt the sob rising in his throat as promise You didnt know rightly what flour from another neighbor a hod oi colds He was when you made it I I wish I harden these areas and destro3 their toward Prince Ratibon and puttiag do not think he remembered himself utes he murmured something incoherent could help 3ou tell 011 clearty- - what I coal put your bone into a quart ol sensitiveness This is done my hand in his pocket I fetched out the what offense he had been transported He sat still watching the dying em- Â¬ about the impossibility of getting a doc- Â¬ mean Ask Him to 3help 3 011 just as water and let it stew slowly slice your blowing a stream of cool by daily key of the box which I at once opeaed air by for Perhaps many years of solitary bers for some time longer then he rose tor Promise me potatoes and parsnips get an onion means of an elastic bag upon the neck and inside among the corn I dtfeor 3 011 talk to me liush life had effected his memory and slowly put in his pocket the flint and Dont worry about that Mac Why somewhere and slice it also put these and by immersing the feet in cool ered the hidden egg The e- aad k its dull uniformity deadened the past steel and tinderbox he always carried bless you hed only bother me and not 3oull not killj ourself in with the bone stew two hours and water The air is I wont then if 3 011 dont want at first only slightly contents were afterward presented 9 into one blurred blaze Like that of stuck his knife in his belt felt for and be able to do any good If I am to get add your flour simmer twenty min- cool but is each day Shake hands on it then All right made colder un Â¬ the Crown Princess of Germaav as a the savage his mind did not look after found the tin pannikin which served better I shall get on all right alone if for he saw Bill utes and serve This dinner will sup- til the neck can stand an Arctic blast Easter gift for the Kindergarten a 3ou wont hurt me nor very far before 3et utterly inactive him for a drinking cup and opening not whats the good of being pulled which her looking hesitatingly at the slender ply a father and mother and twelve with impunit3 The feet are 3ie was not He did think and the door soitly went out There was about Thank you old fellow children and there will be enough left in water which is at first at immersed deep an Imperial Highness takes a bandaged right wrist remem- Â¬ Youll a tempera- Â¬ interest Stuart C Cumter reasou in his slow dogged fashion no moon but it was bright starlight to feed four tramps Cost one hun- ture of about ninety Macdonald had risen and changed ber now degrees Fahren Â¬ lana in Nineteenth Century He was not cunning nor naturally and he had lived so many years in the his pillows and was bathing his fore- Â¬ dredth part of a cent for match to start heit and this is I will gradually reduced to cruel though his ship and prison life bush that he knew his way about it like head looking with a vague trouble into Mary and William College Til be looking for 3 ou old man fire with Who would be poor Boston thirty eight degrees Fahrenheit had generated in him a dull brooding a sleuth hound He struck right into the the sunken dark eves Courier Seems to me I shant get on without Dr Brown Sequards method is only There is a sad illnstratvcKi ef the tie ferocity that sometimes came to light in scruo pusuing ana twisting ms way All right Mac I know that Im 3 011 But I shall alwa3s think of 3our a more rigid and elaborate form of a cadence of power outbreaks of furv And the highest through it like a black fellow then he done for P ve no hopes of being patched Adulterated Food and Drink in the present cowii well known practice viz that of daily tion of idea his mind was capable of conceiving crossed an open grassy track dotted up again Only dont you fret What coming So dont 3011 go back on me that once famous and proefer My poor dear old chap Adulteration of food and drinfc bathing in cool wator It will no ous institution of was embodied in the words Murdoch of with gum trees here and there then is it learning the Mary Macdonald came and laid his hand on ilourishes bravely in Paris notwith- doubt be useful if the person is not and William College Barangaroo the first eadewed after a long climb up a steep quartz One of the stockmen had come to the aged or weak Such methods how- Â¬ college in America Tlus is how it came He had grad Â¬ strewn hillside and an abrupt descent half open door and was beckoning to Adamsons shoulder and asked him to standing the sharp look out kept by the ever seem after a time to lose their serve the State charter In order to pre- Â¬ Wine drinkers are the ually become possessed of a vague beÂ¬ into a gully beyond he came to a spot Macdonald who went cut softly clos- Â¬ go away but Murdoch looked up and authorities it is aeceeearr Let him stay please said So Bill worst sufferers for out of 645 samples efficacy Medical Record that the college bell should he nur lief that it was the destiny and normal that perhaps no white mans foot had ing it behind him stayed examined last month 450 were declared every day condition of man to be sworn at cuffed ever trodden before It was a level Well He never closed an eye during the injurious so that thirsty souls had A Bangor ice man says that they nor pupils and as there is neither sob kicked and generally considered a nui- Â¬ grassy space with thickly wooded this duty devolves oa fca Its Black Bill that there queer two and nights that followed It better fall back on beer where only 5 never tase a horse on the ice without p sance unless it were his happv lot to slopes rising on three sides like an cove from the bush Reckon hes gone was da3S arms tmenu everyday storm in his that Lennox Murdoch out of 88 were bad or on spirits which tying a rope around his neck so be able to swear at others in mk turn amphitheater Tall gum trees grew crazj like Hes been sitting there in died worn out with the torture of fever claimed 17 good samples out of 18 he gets into the water the rope that if shine the lonely professor may be wending his way to colWs and acquiesced therein in his dull pas Â¬ about it here and there but not so the doorway the last three hours and and sleeplessness but patient and gen- Â¬ Water is as bad as wine over half the tightened and the animal choked The soon the melancholy the old sive way And so when his time was closely as to shut out the starry sky wont go away Came down this morn Â¬ tle to the last while he had his senses souad of the cohool and 80 out strangled horse at once out and he set forth on his aimless in ine miaaie was a grass grown ing wanted to know how the boss was about him Once during the last samples being dangerous were equally rises to the surface and puffs up and oen wases the echoes ia the silent of 370 specimens of milk isthen usually deserted building and preserves wanderings lie drifted out to Baran Â¬ mounu wnere iraamon saia tnat a sa3s were to tell him as soon as hes night he called Macdonald to him and condemned Coffee is very little pulled out without much trouble and memorial garoo station with convict written native chief was buried there was a an3 better told him Bills secret and prayed him adulterated and butter is also fairly when he is well away from the hole the Jamestownof happier davs tn tW ritr o cverr line of his slouching figure cairn of stones piled on the top and and State of VkgSaia Jt K Macdonald went down and found if he loved him to be kind to that poor satisfactory but 30 of 81 loaves of bread noose is loosened and he gets his wind is indeed a mournful cosaeatoryf- ad sullen face And it came to pass here and there white objects that him seated there sullen slouching wild blundering soul And Macdonald were worthless Not only provisions again A few hours hard work on departed greatness oe hot December morning that he might have been bones glinted in the defiant in outward seeming knees promised with dry eyes and dry throat but wall papers are dangerous for onlj there a warms the chilled horse hopes that it may yet lie reeaeeitaM stojped listlessly by the door of Mtir faint light It was an uncanny place crossed and arms folded no life about I Macdonald kept his promise He stay- - 5 out of 22 specimens were good Cor thoroughly and he is none the wors as a seat of knowledge ekTs skoaiing shed and saw a man avoided by the blacks themselves lor him save IhkviL Trm in the dull gleam of his black edon at the run under the new squatter N Y Post for his cold bath Boston Journal Press eyes under their lowering brows -mm--vinc- GnEisf HjaBual -- a tearing gallop on a matr-- the most part though they came there sificenthlack horsea man In scarlet to noia nightly tjorroboree now ahd ahirt with a curly head and a twinkling men m w3 perfectly skill j 8Trpnfc w wwr eye who suddenly reigned up stopped for the rushing of the creek heiow and short and shouted the low solemn stirring of the wind in Hallo old cock hare yoU any arr thefree tbps fie heaped a pile bf dry Ucular engagement An d while Bill sticks 6n the mdund going to work Adamson was slowly trying to evolve fclowly and methodically in his every- Â¬ an answer he was surprised by another day fashion set fire to it with his question -- ed flint-and-ste- el Â¬ je -- fee4 ru - 1 1 x - -- I I -- xil -- ad ar 133- -- -- tM--do- Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ - Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ mr r bt uv 9b A t W 8 -j j riii JT r- Urn high priced Lnndnn ssnassssM quent appearance on the sign board to its modern use in the coursiusr field In the case of the White Horse too very common sign it is difficult now to deÂ¬ cide whether it represents the White Trtnch for many years had met nightly Horse of the Saxons or that at the old Maypole to tipple and debate House of Hanover or one of the of the many Ale was the universalbeverage on these white horses to be seen in our streets occasions and in days when there were Chambers Journal no coiossal breweries pt Burton Bom ford or elsewhere the fame of any MURDEROUS APACHES tavern was great or small according to the skill of the landlord or his serv Â¬ A Brief Eeview of the Campaign Waged Against Thorn in 1886 ants in producing this beverage Inns The campaign waged by General too formed the stopping places of the many coaches of a hundred years ago Miles during the summer and autumn and at them were kept the numerous of 1886 against the Apache Indians in horses then required for the traffic In Arizona led by their chiefs Geronimo the old coaching days indeed many a Natchez and Mangus was not one of It was small town or village on anv main road vengeance or vindictiveness marked by very great braVery and adÂ¬ consisted largely or chiefly of inns and supplying the necessaries for the mirable feats of endurance on the part passing traffic may be said to of the soldiers but there was very little have formed the local industry1 bv bloodshed or cruelty The Indians had broken from their which the inhabitants of such places lived Thus the inns of olden times reservation and were carrying fire and combined to a large extent within sword through Southern Arizona South- Â¬ themselves the various uses to which western New Mexico and Northern modern clubs reading rooms insti- Â¬ Mexico Lieutenant Gen eral Sheridan of the army tutes railway stations eating houses the Commander-in-Chihad instructed General Miles to hotels public houses livery stables He directed and the like are now severally put move against them Miles that the greatest care be taken to Then they were the centers round which most events of the time revolved prevent the spread of hostilities among now they are little more than tippling the friendly Indians in his command and that the most vigorous operations houses for the lower classes looking to the destruction or capture of The various devices used as signs are of infinite variety and varying degrees the hostiles be ceaselessly carried on General Mies divided into districts of interest from the heads or por-Â¬ the whole hostile country which is a traits of modern political naval or military celebrities to such signs as the series of almost inaccessible mountain ranges crossed by deep canyons and Kose and Crown the Fleur-de-Lthe gorges and placed each district under Spread Eagle the Cross Keys our numerous Arms fantastically colored the command of an officer Each de- Â¬ animals of all kinds and many other tachment had heliograph or looking similar devices Signs of the former glass signals by means of which they kind require little or no explanation communicated flashing the suns rays they are usually modern and un- Â¬ from mountain top to mountain top Whenever a band of hostile Indians was interesting vulgarisms and their discovered the soldiers gave pursuit In meaning are self apparent With the chase which followed the Indians in Â¬ signs of the latter class how- Â¬ Â¬ ever the case is generally far dif-Â¬ variably had one advantage over the solferent and a search for their original diers Riding their horses as high up significance often much obscured by the ranges as they could go they then the mists of antiquity is usually abandoned the horses crossed the sumÂ¬ mit on foot and stole fresh horses in an interesting one As a rule the valley below The troops who such signs will be found to have been derived from the armorial could not steal horses were obliged to bearings of some sovereign noble or send their animals around the foot of the mountains and proceed on foot other historical personage Lieutenant Bretts command went at From the quaint and almost forgot-Â¬ one time twenty six hours without ten science of heraldry indeed has been derived a large majority of our halt and was without water eighteen oldest and most interesting signs This hours in the intense summer heat of fact need cause no surprise when it is Arizona Captain Lawtons command Â¬ Mexico pursued the Inremembered that in former days every crossing into Â¬ one was familiar with this so called dians continually through the mountainous country of Sonora for nearly science The incomprehensible jar- Â¬ gon spoken of as blazon by heraldic three months He followed them one range of mountains writers and the various devices appear- Â¬ from nine or ten ing on all modern coats of arms though to another over peakslevel of the sea thousand feet above the little more nowadays than grotesque and in the depths of the canons where hieroglyphics to most were once read the heat in July and August was of and perfectly understood even by the fearful intensity A part of this com- Â¬ common people A knowledge mand was without rations five days of heraldry was once prob- Â¬ three days being the longest continu- Â¬ ably as general as a knowledge ous period In these mountains it was of the ithree Rs is now It was impossible to move the pack trains no wonder therefore that the idea Captain Lawton hunted the chief early suggested itself to the minds of Natchez down Natchez was willing tradesmen and others to use their own to surrender tr General Miles but not coats of arms when they had any or to Lawton So Lawton followed him those of the great trade guild to which northward until General Miles camp they belonged or those of their land- Â¬ was reached Geronimo had already lord or some patron as signs This surrendered Natchez hesitated but convenient custom once established He saw the heliograph signals flashing would be sure to be largelv followed across from mountain top to mountain there can indeed be no question that top as far as he could see and then in this way arose the custom of naming made up his mind that it was useless to houses the Arms At the attempt longer to evade the whites present time the custom itself remains One after another of the scattered though its origin has been almost en- Â¬ hostile bands surrendered General tirely lost sight of Many inns have in Miles says in his report The hostiles consequence come to be known as the fought until the bulk of their ammuni- Â¬ Arms of persons trades places and tion was exhaused Pursued for more things which never did and never than two thousand miles over the most could bear a coat of arms Such rugged and sterile districts of the rocky as the Lil Sierra Madre mountain regions beneath instance signs for liput Arms the Cricketers Anns the burning heat of midsummer until and the Libra Arms are modern worn down and disheartened they find Clearly no place of safety in our country or and meaningless absurdities of the Kings Arms had Mexico and finally lay down their the origin never occurred to the simple clodhop- Â¬ arms and sue for mercy Youths per of whom it is related that he once Companion walked many miles to see King George TV on one of his journeys and who Photographing Flying Gulls came home greatly disappointed for An example of the speed with which he found the King had arms like other pictures are now being produced is af-Â¬ men while he had always understood that Bus Majestys right arm was a forded by a photograph of a number of lion and his left a unicorn Arms of flying gulls taken at Southport by a lo-Â¬ Of various kinds form a large proportion cal photographer Mr Mallin course animals in far more rapid move-Â¬ of our modern signs often as much as ten per cent and sometimes double ment have been photographed by Mr that in particular districts As a gen-Â¬ Maybridge in America and M Marcey eral rule where a house has displayed in France but these are produced by for many years together an armorial special apparatus and rarely give much sijrn the coat will be found to be more than a silhouette of the object that of the largest landowner or most photographed The picture of the gulls was taken under ordinal conditions prominent personage in the district When the general knowledge of and with ordinary apparatus but the heraldry began to decline and armorial lens must have been a good one and a bearings fell largely into disuse many veiy rapid shutter must have been em-Â¬ houses formerh known as the Some- Â¬ ployed The plate also one of those bodys Arms probably came gradually named the Derby plates from a formula to be called after and distinguished by invented by Captain Abney must have the most prominent charge in the been of specialty high sensitiveness coat or after the crest of one of the The various attitudes of the birds are which might have been curious Most of them have the wings supporters in heraldic blazon a lion gules red a spread in the orthodox manner but boar azure blue a white hart or a some of them are caught in that curious rose crowned Thus undoubtedly or- Â¬ position with the wiags hanging down iginated many strange signs which are which from the shortness of the time during which it is maintained the eye still common The personal badges adopted by does not appear to catch About sixty kings and great nobles in early times birds are shown quite sharply ai dis- Â¬ and worn on the arm by their servants tinctly London Times and retainers have also given origin to Socie ty and Criminals Thus the White many similar signs Hart one of our very commonest sign Â¬ In coming time the world will look board devices represents the favorite back with amazement upon the days badge of King Richard IL although when it let known determined crim- Â¬ the white hart has also a legendary ex- Â¬ inals run at large only punishing them istence The Rose and Crown anoth- Â¬ occasionally by a temporary depriva- Â¬ er extreinery abundant sign owes its tion of their liberty in short and de-Â¬ existence to the fact that most of terminate sentences We can see to- Â¬ the earlier English sovereigns used a day that it is a thoroughly illogical The proceeding rose crowned as a budge The man determined Boar the badge of the once power- Â¬ upon a life of crime is of no use to him- Â¬ Blue ful De Veres Earls of Oxford is to this self at large and he is both a danger day commoner in the county of Essex and expense in his community He where lay the family seat than any- Â¬ commonly gives evidence in hi char- Â¬ where else The Red Lion another of acter and his acts of this determination our very commonest signs is probably evidence sufficient for the court in the same way derived from the per- Â¬ which tries and sentences him but if sonal badge of John of Gaunt Duke of that is too uncertain then conviction Lancaster though it doubtless repre- Â¬ for a second offense may be legally sents also the lion in the arms of Scot- Â¬ trken to define his position After land As a rule fantastically colored the second offense the criminal should animals will be found to have had an be shut up on an indeterminate sen- Â¬ heraldic origin Creatures in their tence where he will be compeled to natural colors either may or may not labor to pay for his board and clothes have been derived from heraldry thus andthe expense of his safe keeping the Greyhound though it has figured In a Pullman ear that arrived in both as the badge and one or both of the supporters of the arms of several San Bernardino Cal the other day English sovereigns may owe its fre there were eveuteen babies ef ys So-and-- HMHfiM PHMMWOMM PMMlM TO CORRESPONDENTS at Wt MCMT nTw Mat MMurH tfe - tj- - sLJ iawittafc z fe- are wnKes newspapers read aloud and discussed the political uuamess topics of the time Dick Â¬ ens in Barnaby Budge has well sketched the select village company - LOT YOUTH ifeesMee Wet- - greira -- we lipteg M Taaii m swpea u tar re tossed oll tall t ky W wre the great n Ik je T - rie ifee eleas a4 eiisafe the hu aladrinrlnaur s FOR LION HUNTERS How American Snobocracy Can Kpep Itself Posted Concerning Titled Foreigners American society is to have its long felt and never satisfied want taken care of by a company which has just been incorporated The title of this humane organization is The International So-Â¬ cial Lion Furnishing Company Lim- Â¬ ited The object of the noucern as set forth in its prospectus is to supply American social circles with British lions whose history shall be known SHAMEFUL ABU3 XMpe4 Upoa Open Honesty Wm Ed Robsox M D MKQ P L late of the Royal Navy of England has got into professional trouble for writing the following open let ter to the editor of the London Family 2TtdEsxll2uBaf9r Xlc a LBa8I Â¬ Doctor Jr cr If t wUriit will wt wftfMmt it mlUanrmmi O i ty jmlj z Jswrt xtsm w sdlTwr a um mil m KEEPER mafia m AftDFJtACTtCAl LAMttT HOW 1 a Jt eae to rest y Seals brlgfel sea oh slagiag saad ssc fair easties Iran as graad tt We Iad jtaAeieere4 rip Haseaiaad Ibe fndt t - - The stars sot givea Yec wtilr tag toys Cares driftlag sand Iw titakoa tfee patk to JSoXaas Land 1 teireea asd shady laae we leHer seeklagyoHtii in vaia Bt eewarefia4sTra4tisgyet Xr rosy leet with Hay dew wet rlbejeiiteMgklaiaT erteisrc J 01 - Welar fee lar off thrilling flute As4ngata v masks is not state nu wv wue tajg way r Helen Jrwine ftgara Grig k ENGLISH SIGNS 1 2Ue and ISoIine of an Important Institution-Tfc Xgislatifm Unacted The company guarantees that each per-Â¬ son is a real live nobleman and in order that there can be no possible mis- Â¬ take produces his entire personal his- Â¬ tory The company has a branch offico in London and it is there that its chief work is done A large force of expert detectives and searchers is employed and it is their business to look up the record of every scion of the British no- Â¬ bility When a detective has thorough- Â¬ ly sifted the facts he reports them at the main office where they are written up by the clerks and filed away for fu- Â¬ ture reference The office in this city is furnished with copies of these records for exhibi Â¬ tion to mothers who are in search of English aristocrats as husbands for their daughters and to all persons who wish to bask in the sunshine of titled smiles Of course the advantages of such a concern are apparent to the most care- Â¬ less observer The personal history of a man is a guarantee of his character and social standing and armed with te Save London iFrem SaJfecatien Destruction ofAa oieRt Landmarks Heraldic De Â¬ nse Kingly Badges Adopted -- uess of his signboard Those firms who advertise on street hoardings do precisely the same Irind of thing at the present day each endeavors by means of brilliancy of color or novelty of deÂ¬ sign to obtain through his posters greater publicity for the wares he deals in and to attract more attention than his neighbors Just so a century or Taore ago many ingenious devices were made use of to force into notice al that each man should endeavor to ottidoils neighbors in the ohtrusive tiseby all tradesmen it was only natur- la tames vvhen signs were in general such documents Americans can invite English noblemen to their houses with Â¬ out any danger of being imposed upon by sham Dukes or Lords The new company has already gone into opera- Â¬ tion and we feel that we are only doing our duty iu informing the public of its Some of the papers on file existence in the safes of the corporation are ex- Â¬ tremely well gotten up and we take pleasure in submitting some of them as examples of the admirable manner in which the work is done Lord Arthur Seventh born at Yorkshire November 21 1855 Father Lord Henry Beaupere Mother Miss Earlescombe Harcourt of the Scrubs Warwickshire Educated at Eton and Cambridge graduating last in class from Trinity College in 1876 Owns seven race horses on which he annually loses 40000 Owns subject to llrbt second and third mortgages Chiswick Pudding Manor 197 acres in extent and town house in Riddlecombe street Owns subject to nortgage in hands of builder schooner yacht Kestrel 120 tons out of commission at present or want of funds to run her Has been excelled from the Sugbury Club for cheating at carte Was horsewhipped last winter by Lord 3eanswick for trying while intoxicated to kiss the latters grandmother in Hyde Park In ome 30000 per annum Very popular Scrumoke Albert Henry William George Peter Beers Lord of fifth born at Scrubmore Grange Northumberland Janurry 4 1857 father sixth Lord Scrubmore Mother Dolly iVidgon prima donna soprano at Vauxhall Jarden Educated at Rugby and Oriel College Oxford being expelled from latter in second ear for winking at the Vice Chancellors niece n St Marys during a University sermon Owns jeveral square miles of grouse moors in Scot and a town house in Belgravia and a toy villa t Kensington Does not own Scrubmore Grange owing to his father having cut off the ntail three years ago and incontinently bounced lim Has been prominent as a musical patron n England for several years and would be a jood catch for musically inclined girl Began is part owner of the Whitechapel Variety Palace This having burst up he became lessee md manager of the Blackfriars Opera House 3ut this failed on account of internal dissensions n the company brought on by his lordships aaking love to the leading ballerina instead of o the prima donna soprano Next entered into Dartnership with Mile Sally Salter to run the Chelsea Garden It was on account of this that lis father disinherited him Recently became lart owner in an international variety show and ost 20000 This young man who is a prime Al pecimen can be had cheap Chiswick Pudding Â¬ Â¬ Beaupere ike signboards of those days ing colors others bore strik- Â¬ ing or amusing objects likely to be remembered by those who saw them while others projected far out into the street or suspended within elaborate works of iron the boards were made of enormous size others were painted in flarÂ¬ Some of and often realty ornamental frameÂ¬ When each tradesman thasndeavored to eclipse the sign Â¬ boards of his neighbors it may well be Imagined that in convenience was caused to the general public Complaints that the size and prominence of the sign Â¬ boards prevented the access of sunlight ad the free circulation of the air in the narrow London streets first began to be heard we are told as early as the beginning of the fifteenth century when an order was made to abate the nuisance ever the evil grew again till Charles ZL In the course of tjme how directed I believe it to be the duty of every phy Â¬ sician to make known any means or remedy whereby sickness can be prevented and it Is for this purpose I write to give my ex Â¬ perience both here and abroad I ask the publication of the statement that people may be warned before it is too late to say to them that there is at hand a means by at which they may be restored to perfect - -Thealth It is well known to the medical M1 world and indeed to the laity that a cer- Â¬ making a terrible havoc tain disease is BEST TONIC that next to consumption it is the most combining Iron iritli pore This medicine fatal and that when fully developed there vegetable tonics quickly and completely is nothing to bo done for the sufferer Dyspepsia IncLlgcsiloB Physicians and scientists have long been Cures Impure Blood Malaria Tveak CJallla trying to throw light upon the cause and if aecs Wtnrer aaa 3ieKrmli suad possible find in nature a medicine for tins It is an nnfiulitig remedy for Diseases of the fatal malady They have shown absolute-Â¬ Kldaey aad liver ly that the blood purifying organs of vital It is invaluable for Diseases pecnllar to importance are the kidneys and that when Wofflta and all who lead sedentary lives Itdoesnot injure theteeihcauseheadacheor they once fail the poison which they should produce constipation other Iron vtedlcires do take out of the blood is carried by the blood It enriches mad into every part of the body developing dis- Â¬ stimulates the appetite parifles tke Meed aids the assimilation ease of food relieves Heartburn and Belchln sran4 In my hospital practice in England strengthens the muscles and nerves India and South America and also while a For In terra ltteat Fercn Xdaultmlsy surgeon in the Royal Navy of Great Brit Â¬ Xisvclc of Energy etc it has no equal ain I gave a great deal of attention to the t The genuine has above trade mark and study of diseases of the kidneys and urinary lines organs and found that not only was the crossed redBB0W5on wrapper Take no other Had omlr r CHMUCAL CO1UTUIOBZXB cure of chronic Brights Disease hopeless but that kidney disease was remarkably prevalent much more so than generally LYD1A PINKHAMS known and was the cause of the majority VEGETABLE COMPOUND of cases of sickness and further that the medical profession has no remedy which WIEIiHIEP exerts any absolute control over these ANY WOMAN organs in disease Suffering from Kidney DisÂ¬ Some time ago when I had a case which ease or from troubles pe- Â¬ resisted all regular treatment which is culiar to her sex very limited complicated with the pass-Â¬ ing of stones from the kidneys much Its furfose is sslelyfar the legitimate keatixgef against my will I permitted my patient to di ease and the reliefoffain and that it does allti use Warners safe cure of which I had claims to do thousands of ladies can gladly testifyt 1 1 has stood the test of twenty years in relievins period heard marvelous results In his case the result was simply marvelous as the attack cal pain promoting regularity of seasons aad banishing was a severe one and development very weakness backache and consequent nervous distress grave for an analysis showed per cent of Probably no other woman in the world rcceires so albumen and granular tube casts The action of the medicine was singular many letters of thanks as Lydia E Pinkham ei and incomprehensible to me I had never Lynn Mass Mrs E of Enfield N H says seen anything like it The patient recov- Â¬ I will simply say that your Vegetable Compound Is all ered promptly and is to day a well and you recommend It to be has done tne Worlds ej healthy man This stimulated my inquiry good Another lidy writes from Ottawa as follows I remedy and after into the merits of the analysis I found it to be of purely vegeta- Â¬ have just to day bought the seventh bottle of your Vege Â¬ ble character harmless to take under all table Compound have used two boxes of Pills and sevÂ¬ circumstances eral packages of your Sanative Wash and think it but Casting aside all professional prejudice right o tell yoa how much good I derived from your mediÂ¬ trial I gave it a thoroughshould as I wa3 anxious cines Thejr are a regular Godsend All the pains bo restored to that my patients I and aches have almost disappeared my stomach Is much healtht no matter by what medicine prescribed it in a great variety of cases stronger too and I feel myself improved every way Price 41 Sola by all DmcxUU Acute Chronic Erights Disease Conges- Â¬ tion of the Kidneys Catarrh of the Bladder and in every instance did it speedily effect a cure For this reason I deem it my duty to give the world this statement regarding trie value or Warners sale cure imaKe htT tins statement on facts I am prepared to LUNG TROUBLE produce and substantiate I appeal to CONQUERED physicians of large practice who know how common and deceptive diseases of the kid- Â¬ SWAYNES neys are to lay aside professional prejudice give their patients Warners safe cure re-Â¬ SWAYNES SWAYNES HEAO store them to perfect health earn their VERMIFUG rf EXERCISE DAItt PANACEA thus be true physicians gratitude and EEATGDOOFOCQ I am satisfied that more than one half THE 3BE CHEERFUL PURIFIES of the deaths which occur in England are CHILDREN AUSE OTHILTCIGi caused primarily by impaired action of SWAYNES the kidneys and the consequent retention JflEDlCINE BLOOD TILLS in the blood of the poisonous uric and kid Â¬ ney acid Warners safe cure causes the ONDOH HAIR kidneys to expel this poison checks the es- Â¬ RESTORER cape of albumen relieves the inflammation ENGLISH and prevents illness from impaired and im- Â¬ 5WATNEa5Clt poverished blood Having had more than SOLE seventeen years experience in my profes- Â¬ sion I conscientiously and emphatically state thatl have been able to give moro relief and effect more cures by the use of Warners safe cure than by all the other -----medicines ascertainable to tho profession THE GREAT CURE FOR the majority of which I am sorry to say are very uncertain in their action Isnt that a straightforward manly isrisv it Disftirailsf HiMUliff JLXS 5 Ml rmaa gfe Ase BV eaedtfte IesttcSacMbr Mrs m V JH irw2 Lk4 Ftettaa HU3KHE1 jf itISr Itest Twrrj Onto Htrritt F Spftfi 11 JK Church A Series of Pi ct i J Hfi r Jfe ArAer Va Are PwCMOwrta Jfcfl to TJi f 2xcMr FaafciMMt wfck IIasssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssm Ibssssssb reorJfetttc XUtiMllSSM Jteepic aw tors fer TSXHUXX XLKJtJUCJa Cottage 1 er DlHw and Desserts tot afternoon ten or ereninc eompa wtt table manners and Etiquette methods oC errta snd srhishtng A whole paafor Xotfcers a cara ot Children c Artistic Jteedleworic BefSrt mant folly Illustrated and edited by Xise XaJCT opie Related KNAPP OTHJb each issue 400000 WE SEND FREE OurowaiMcial new ttaelyfoursubsCTilera for six JHontfes at 25 ccats eack or we will send this Outfit the LAdies Hoxir Jocx xai one year for only 51W Our new TMl Outfit was designed expressly for osr ub acribers only byMBSKxAlprXitocof tfc Ladles Hoius joorxal Tae outat oontiss patterns fer every branch ot flower painting needework fsFW T C 1 T I 1 ontrinsl III STAMPING To any person ceinWnjr and and tvera pttrt UtheJulliBvrkina zizf Th several iiannetSfcirt patterns are each lone CBOjb to stamp- a bruxHH of flannel atonce without rtmevln the pasteesv and the scallops have the corners turned Th outat contains Saw a beautiful Spray of Roses wide enoa for the end i Tale covert as enÂ¬ tirely new design for Tinsel work several boats each long enough for the corner of a Taie syrgstL or a Tidy and the alphabet i lare eaoaek tec Towels Napkins Handkerchiefs or Hat baad Kach outflt is accompanied by directions for ie lag Stamping bf Parkers new patent mcthiMltrilkout paint orpmcrter Address CURTI PUBUSUIno CO FkBasaFa A Good Music Teacher WILL USE THE BEST INSTRUCTION BOOKS There 15 bo mistake Sales nearly 400008 eopiesl The faTom of thou Â¬ sands of teacberai Many times reviseaJ Tm most correct of instruction books Price sw Since the advent of IUchartisoa many excel Â¬ lent instructors have been published and have atÂ¬ tained great favor Pre eeiinent anions thea are New CPrlce 3 RicMsoBsRsw UiM fa U PiajHftcfe afe0t the greats Egiiri Gaistrfafffj HetM OlN TM EH s Immensely solely on its ownmerlcs- Poi- - Seed or in parts each JL39J and Peters Eclectic Piaw Sciwtl race The fl rat book has had the important indorsesaeet Of the great Conservatory and the second has sold boards were thereafter to hang across the streets but that they were to be xed against the sides of the houses Again however as years passed by the nuisance reappeared In 1762 large powers were once more granted atad there was a general and final clearing away of the too obtrusive sign Â¬ boards Old prints and engravings of the last century often give a good idea of the way in which the public streets both of London and other towns were once disfigured by these overgrown sign boards This general demolition in 1762 gave blow to the use of signboards from which those evidences of past igno Â¬ rance have never since recovered But had the conditions which first brought them into existence remained the same there can be 110 doubt that the sign Â¬ boards would have again risen phoenix like from their own ruins Hap Â¬ pily those conditions have not re Â¬ mained the same That knowledge of reading and writing which during the present century has become wide Â¬ spread among all classes has it may be truly said given a death blow to the universal use of signs and to the art of the sign painter Tins is not a matter to to be sure call for regret on its own account nev theless the great decline in the use of the old fashioned pictorial signboards is to be regretted for many reasons The signs our forefathers used have as already pointed out largely inter-Â¬ woven themselves with our history In losing them we are losing one of the well known landmarks of the past The signs of the Woolpack and the Golden Fleece for instance which are still common in the Eastern counties are mementos of the time when the woolen trade flourished in that part of England The sign of the Coach and Horses still a very frequent sign every- Â¬ where calls to mind the old coaching days Our numerous Arms our many Lions Bulls Dragons Bears and Horses red blue black green or white and divers other strangely col-Â¬ ored animals most of which are quite unknown to men of science are all relics of medieval times when heraldry was cherished and understood by every one Many similar instances might be pointed out did space permit Most of the signboards now displayed by our inns and taverns bear strong evidence of their own degradation from the high position they once occupied Inasmuch as they now usually bear the name of the house in written characters theyÂ¬ show most clearly how entirely forgot ten are the reasons which originally in 1667 that no sign Â¬ so Indeed it is Well but do you know tho author has been dreadfully persecuted for writing it How so What has ho done to merit it Done Ho has spoken the truth out of school and his fellow physicians who want the public to think they have a mo- Â¬ nopoly in curing disoases are terribly angry with hinl for admitting professional Godfrey McKenzie Mulcahy inability to reach certain disorders CAimoLiiiMES That letter created a wonderful sensa- Â¬ Pschtdefkrzx ninth Earl of born May 8 ISiS it Stwdaniphsk Wales Father eighth Earl of tion among the titled classes and the pub- Â¬ Jarrollimes Mother Lady Bridget Elaine lic This jarred the doctors terribly The Mulcahy of Ireland College of Surgeons and Queens College Educated at St Winifreds and in Paris Has from which institution he was graduated een out of society in Great Britain and travel an explanation of his unprofes- Â¬ ng on continent since shortly af fer his majority asked for sional conduct and notified him that unless awing to his having forged his fathers name to pay racing debts contracted at Ascot Heath Is he made a retraction they would discipline him tn a tolerably good state of preservation but The doctor replied that he allowed his owing to the ravages of early dissipation can patients to make use of Warners safe cure not last more than five or six years more Estates all intact and wealth large Best only after all the regular methods had failed catch on our books and when he was satisfied that there was It will be seen at once that these rec- Â¬ no possible hope for them Upon their recovery ords are unmistakably those of English cure hoafter naving used Warners safe so much surprised that he No other persons of dis- Â¬ wrote the was noblemen above letter to the Family Doc- Â¬ tinction could so comport themselves tor Ho regretted that the faculties found With such records verified by the re Â¬ fault with his action in the matter but ho retract searches of first class detectives and could not conscientiously Doctor the facts as written to the Family Â¬ sworn to before notaries public AmeriTho faculties of both colleges replied can society can be sure of getting gen Â¬ that unless he retracted they should cut uine articles in the way of British lions him off which would naturally debar him from again practicing his profession and also prevent his securing another appointment An Important Arrest in tho Royal Navy The arrest of a suspicious character upon The illustrious doctors dilemma is cer- Â¬ his general appearance movements or com- Â¬ tainly an unpleasant one emphasizing as panionship without waiting until he has it does both his own honesty an 1 thecon robbed a traveler fired a house or mur- Â¬ temptible prejudice and bigotry of English dered a fellow man is an important func- Â¬ medical men The masses however nav- Â¬ tion of a shrewd detective Even more im- Â¬ ing no sympathy with their nonsense keep portant is the arrest of a disease which if on using the remedy he so highly recom- Â¬ not checked will blight and destroy a hu Â¬ mends and get well while the rich and man life The frequent cough loss of able depend upon the prejudiced doctors appetite general languor or debility pallid and diet skin and bodily aches and pains announce Chestnut heir the son of a negro the approach of pulmonary consumption which is promptly arrested and permanent- Â¬ minstrel ly cured by Dr Pierces Golden Medical Sold by druggists Discover It is the lawyer who always stands to Of cures accomplished by Hoods Sarsaparllla can 2 he Judie reason never be completely written Thousands with Weak lungs spitting of blood consump- Â¬ hearts overflowing with gratitude have written to tion and kindred affections cured without us telling of the wonderfnl things Hood Sarsapa Â¬ physician Address for treatise with 10 rllla has accomplished for them The peculiar cura- Â¬ cents in stamps Worlds Dispensary Medi- Â¬ tive powers of Hoods Sarsaparilla are successful cal Association C63 Main St Buffalo KY when everything else has failed If your blood is Maginnis-on-the-Shanno- letter ITCHING PILES iuteiiao vnii anight WUOV very ens iressinjs 4 It allowedrscraicmng tumors form which to contlnuo becoming very sore often Weed and ulcerate 3J For Violin UstemannFlnte 3W For Flate-- RummersMethod fcehool 3J For Banjo Curtiss Acsae Method iultr Curtlss -U For Corset Flute Clroaet For Banjo Accordeou VlollaFUolet 4tr Sep Winner Seed Onraa aad Plans X ethods costÂ¬ prepared very good easy For Mandolin Winners Complete Method For Zither Winner Complete Method 5 3lethHi Orfsa Clarkes New 3ethod 329 inr worse if olsture in OtUfAAJ SYMPTOMS chsBI Uj has ing aO cents each All are called IDstai Methods Mailed for Be all Price CO BOSTW OLIVER DITSON C H Drrsoir Co SET Broadway 2ew Tbrfc OINTMENT SWAYNKScliieeiunp neaia Stopsncnmg Tha Srsa Hursary at ulceration una in many sOL caaes removes ua tumors BTxnailxU1 1 ri mIIIi PERCHERON HORSES 200 Imported Brood Xaie Of n THEOLDESTMEDICNESINlIS50tOfiYrjflUB5I5TS BrlffiMHflft CboicesTsasi8flC LARGE a V JLMJCS AIlAsesfcothSx 1M STOCK 1 FOfaMfofTR Tho neatest quickest safest and most powerful rem edy icnown ror ill Dai VpcHJf iBBBSHHsVHvH rMBssmSSSSSSSSSSSSBBSSMl- T- - VbHbbbbbBbesbbbbbbbbbbIbbI HIGHEST AWARDS OF MEDALS IN AMFKICA AXn EtTJCOFJE Wssl 1 pista of the highest repute Bensons ilajters prompt- Â¬ ly relieve and cure where other plasters and greasy talves liniments and lotions are absolutely useless of Beware -- imitations under similar sonndinsr names Capiicine as they Capucin such as Capsicum are utterly worthless and intended to deceive Askro BXXSOVS AND TAKB SO OTHERS All drUfTgistS SEABUItr JOHSON Proprietors Sew York acJ 300 to tha pedlrssi rare fromFraaceall recorded ith extended isth Percheron Stnd Books The Percheron breed oC France possessing a stadboolc support and endorsement of the Freaca Goveraascnw Snd for 120 pase Catalogue inustraxioas hy Ka 400 raPORTEB AJCfCAI17ir or Boaaear Wayne DuPass Co MWDUNHAM Illinois JONES T PAYSthe FREIGHT Iroa Tars TflS OHLT TRUS 5 Taa Wacsa Scale St el Sewies Stua Seta asd Brva 3x far trsx The Record IRON TONIC BESTORiC smiles lals Xvsrr stM Scale Fer n Will purify the BLOOD RfolaU the LIVER and KIDNEYS and OK t trascvD yooa S I II sbuIiNaeru aicnrrt XB H PuaHealloa wHh KBBBBVv SBsa - BINUHA3IT0NN 1IS 9t price vpr lad addrww BiNMUMT 1US JT The Indian smokes the pipe of peace the Irishman a piece of pipe from catarrh To all such we say Catarrh can be cured by Dr Sages Catarrh Reme dj It has been done in thousands of cases why not in yours Your danger is in de- Â¬ lay Enclose a stamp to Worlds Dispen- Â¬ sary Medical Association Buffalo N Y for pamphlet on this disease A tight man has a loose mouth Fhila- dtlphia Call Envied by lier Sex Is the fate of every lady with a bright good impure your digestion out of order your kidneys and liver inactive your body tired and full of aches and pains try this pecular medicine It will do yon I Dont Want Relief But Cure is the exclamation of thousands suffering For twenty years I have been troubled with dysÂ¬ pepsia and liver complaint My bowels have been constipated so that I had to take pills continually 1 tried many different medicines to no effect Iast spring I was recommended to try Hoods Sarsaparllla and one bottle cured me My bowels arc now regular I have no liver difficulty and the dyspepsia ha3 entirely disappeared I can eat anything with Â¬ out distressing me Hoods Sarsaparllla was a Godsend to me J B noitXBECK So Fallsburg SulliÂ¬ van Co N Y Â¬ Â¬ oi Appeutw indlgeatlonLacxoi Strength and Tired Feelinz ab solutely cured Bones mus cles aad nerves receire new Enlivens the mind force k and sirDDlias Brain Poorer m snasnnjr irora conpwnw peculiar to theirsftr will find TONIC asaie and speedy cure Gives a clear heal thy complexion Frequent attempts at cocnterlrit ing only add to the popularity of the original So not experiment set the Oniacrtx as Bist of YOUTH DrppsiaWant th HXAIrSandVia ACrO Dr tko and Law X rfco Kafead LaaJa ruw tsi -r AC R I CULTURAL CKAZIWC md TtW- Iwuaiir FX BER LANDS Ji fll lll l if THTJ tV ITS 3CAjS 33 Xi Coaa I K Jt ST FACI MTS3C -- niVMk IV vi intueWUilICTe3 aad Vrt GoventmeXad - MttYTA- lad THEDHHARTER MEDICINE COMPANY Care Constipation tiver Complaint and Slezl Headache Sample Dose and Dream Bockl mailed on receipt o t two cents 1 n postage J HARTERS LIVER PILLS PePHAAfS ASTHMA PKCiriC ri prompt aad paaiUrtrsllcfiaSverjca isttCCBESaUCCKaBLKCaMS rleuiai to bm EatafcU jssssEasT aad agreeable oM6TaUtPntitnr TWBNTT TRIAL YA R3 aad br PACKAGE asl yamphU FX bbbbbbbbbbO TXT 17 Mail Send for Tree rtj t tou ASTHMA VWHIVKTSZ T TOrBAX acac aad St LouU Ma EsaBaSSK5BSS PII1LADXLPHIA 7A CO W ESTERLY 6RAHITE Gf Hoods Sarsaparilla 1 six for 5 Sold by all druggWts Prepared only by C I HOOD A CO Apothecaries Lowell Mass glowing countenance which invariably fol- Â¬ lows the use of Dr Harters Iron Tonic Alwats has a pryor engagement the crowbar Texas Sitings IOO Doses One Dollar Office 10 West 23rd Street New York City Contractors for all kinds of Building and M onn mental wort in Genuine Westerly ami other high jradc Granites Direct Importers of Polished Col Â¬ umns Pilasters and Monuments in the Celebrated Scotch Red Granit Katlmates promptly furnished QUARRIES AND Awarded First Premium for Frsis and Cotton at N O Kxposltion 1SW Wheat Maize aad Cotton flonrish In the same a eld Slxnavicahlertrenerosa the land trranc Price low Tea year credit lfde- sired Cose and see Address THO SMEX Land Commissioner XJTTL3 socx ASXAsjls CHEAP lands f AJtS XJae WORKSL Dr Wm Halls Balaam for tho Xnnrs cures coughs colds pneumonia asthma whooplnt cough and all diseases of tho Throat Chest and Xunsrs leading to Comnmptlon Price 25a 40c and LOO Illuminated books furnished free RELIABLE MAN WANTED IK XTKRT COUNTT TO 8 SIX THS Best Couk Syrup Taste good hx time Sold by droszis CUKES W8IKE iXL ELSE Browxs BnoNcurAii Troches are widely knovrn as an admirable remedy for Bronchitis Hoarseness Coughs aud Throat troubles Sold only in boxes Pries 25 cts by women B bliet f WJL Siaj Ok wash days man ual labor is performed Carl FrelzeVs Weekly Johx F Hexrt Co New York VULCAN MOWER KNIFE GRINDER A Blrst claas nmchtBe and thsi efcaspest Wilt give county rlehts free of charge to the right mea Apply promptly and state what yoa can do Dont write enters you mean business jaJJLX3sTAf C FACTUKIXa COMPANY Pitta bara Jcsw titr Imperf ectloasi incne 7a cfel Deelopst Hairaa- Scalp 9upT aad all - FACE HA5DSrXET fiuoos Hair Birth Marks JIoie Wart Moth Freckles Red Kns A- - Ba fc Sefid Beads Scan 1A is immediate and a cure sure Piaos Remedy for Catarrh 50 cents -- The Whio led to the adoption of the use of signs do we see a picÂ¬ Only now and then torial signboard of the real ed sort This decav in the use of inn signs however is no greater than the decline in importance of the inns themselves These have within little more than the last half century descended from a Â¬ position of great importance a nd pros- Â¬ degradaperity to one of comparative tion Few persons of the present day have an adequate idea of the extent to which tavern life influenced thought and manners fifty one hundred or two hundred years ago Then each man now bad his tavern much as werooms have our clubs and reading there he nightly me t his friends heard old-fashion Takek aback a boy playing leap frog COCKLES ANTI BILIOUS j Fortify Feeble Lungs Against Winter THE GREAT ENGLISH REMEDY with Hales Honev of Horehound and Tar Bile Indication etc Frpe from Pikes Toothache Drops Cure in one minute For Livervnij iuro itKiuiuio ingTeaienis Mercury agent C11A8 7i CltlTTEXTON KEff YORK Yquxg ladies who intend to teach school S you will find Jnst whatyon want by ad Â¬ slnud study palmistry dressing Instalment Dealers Supply Co Erie Pa Outfit and particulars Free trv Also POWBK MILLS and FARM Unrr oa buys SHVZKWAK2 CO SCSIOjr XU STANDARD FFEI MIXLS Clrcnltrs aad Testimonials seat on application WIJLSOX BX08 Faatoa Pa DECOHATlYEAit Officers pay bounty pro-- FRENCH JVJjt V lwlj J KWeaArS aXvseanreM OKAHAMrMwfiiviu Floor aad Cora UJlT UiMTVnilT or vwaa neevery the s3 esspieTTBac so iiitiwt na TT33 TtiTTTaXj in ceumy Patent F le per prefltaetoSalary jCTpgrmoma aad eiaeaa or mors made in keeplnepoBl- - largs commirton ca sales if preferred Ceedsstafia GRIND cent iBr wn Br for book ot 54 safes NPeariSCUtunT tfiaeaC Plttiorad the-- rMfertttlMK TFT WTTsons Bf ST ua lENSlONS 21 1 ir circulars and new laws A W McCon itiCK Son Cincinnati O Washington D C years practice Success or no fee Wnte Kew method of decoratinsc Silks Satis Taaes riaqoes Lampshades etc Caa aoche detecMdrroaa Baad painting EaUy applied Scad for rle satt aad fail direction HOFFXAN X XX fcsI lSWtt C- Why did the Women of this country use over thirteen millioji cakes of QHDTURC relieved and cured by Dr JASHZ Ullt vans method Thoe who can not avail themselves of personal attendance caahave Home treatment eppfiance and curative sent for 318 Y only Send stamp lor circular 2H Broadway nun ClaelanM 15 MUR Street Waves seat Wlsa Bangs snd Who3ieaaretarf 01ss HAIR wherrStrehl Co Waha avCltaUTe B ITS riUIfl Pay when I Not a particle pain 0 or self denial nADI cured Handsome cook free Db I farakked TELEGRAPHY UniiC Procter Gambles Lenox Soap in 1886 -- Buy a cake of Lenox and you will soon understand why WORK Forms Penmanship Arithmetic Shortman ctc thoroughly taught oy BuifAlomrcaiars A 2T liUSIXKS COLLC Healtnsodety IOO FAJtMS for Sale SVTInd booaalnsr Balle markets City anrt County stamp ALEX LESLLE WasaiERtOB lad tln for X a week aad expeases FOR ALL pxld Outat wortk J and particulars rCYIOCXXT fr C J WEATUEuai aaasas city J o STUDY Boolc keeplngr Business- FARMS J BKXnSTX 5 FRELtaSoca4ertaehraefeet 1RTT BUS tHfeMKC ure4 F XASCXA CUresaaaCTa TO 99 JL BAT Sawalei wsrA 9 1 E TTTfTfr- - WmYAiamxBe4JaeTlllWl os Jassea Klrer Taia Cresot Colony lUa CUeatar Fr Writ TTiJS JLXJZ T7MEV Aatltia WRITING T ft state that r saw taa US attte mHtWi -- jBfrSSa - JVMfej Jj ifAsjlilUJ82 i -- - v -- ygjr v in THE MT STERLING FAMOUS NEW STORE hp - n fe V flow is Your Chance il GREAT REDUCTIONS MADE IN ALLfDEPARTMENTS OF Take Advantage of H In Johnsons New Building Maysville Street Mt Sterling Ky Call early and get some of my Great Bargains in Dry Goods Clothing Boots and Shoes LADIES and GENTS FUR Â¬ NISHING GOODS Great Marking Down in Ladies and Misses Cloaks Room what I want for the great Quantities of Goods that are coming in now for the HOLIDAYS BRAUNS FAMOUS NEW STORE MT STERLING KY Hazel Geeen Herald m Hw a Year Always ta Advance BRAUNS FAMOUS NEW STORE THE NEWS A fire at Augusta Ga damaged that city to the tune of 185000 An oil well at Bryan Ohio is flowing SPENCER COOPEE Editor KY -- FEB 23 ARPENTERS In Full Blast for the Season it- - BUY THE BEST ELECTRIC BELT FBEE1 at the rate of one hundred barrels per hour The town is excited 1887 WEDNESDAY The jail at Murfreesboro Tcnn burn- Â¬ i i ed and three prisoners confined therein ANNOUNCEMENTS perished in the llames We xre asthorized to announce Hon R It is rumored that Foraker the pres- Â¬ Eael Morgan county as a ent Governor of Ohio will be a Republican 3f Pieratt of a4Wte tor the State Semite from this the candidate for President in 18S8 Tkkty ferih District subject to action of Secretary Manning has tendered the the Deaecratic party President his resignation to take effect as are aathorized to announce J J soon as his successor is appointed CHAMBEfiS of Menifee as a candidate The Kentucky State Board of Equali- Â¬ representative in the Legislature from zation met at Frankfort on the 11th inst the district coapoeed of the counties of and adjourned to the 15th of March Pewell Montgomery Wolfe and Menifee nibfet to the action of the Democratic The State debt of Kentucky now foots up 169S71C19 but it is believed that the jarty jtfWe are authorized to announce T PÂ¬ revenue under the new law will wipe it out Thomas B Connery formerly of the COLLINSWORTH of Menifee as a candi date for the Legislature from this district New York Herald has been confirmed by ceapesed ef the coanties of Menifee Mont the Senate as Secretary of Legation at the gemery Powell and Wolfe subject to the City of Mexico fcetioa ef the Democratic party During a storm in Colorado last week JAMES H WILLIAMS of Frenchburg four railroad trains were blown from the ia a candidate for the Legislature from this track and the cars smashed up One man Dirfttiet cemposed of the counties of Meni Â¬ had a leg broken fee Meatgoaaery Powell and Wolfe sub Â¬ Garrard county Ky Republicans ject to the action of the Democratic party have instructed for CoL Bradley lor Gover- Â¬ 3gWe are anthfized iojannouncc J M nor and thirteen other counties have also OLTVEE of FreHchbarg as a condidate for instructed for him the Legislature from the district composed It cost the Boston base as a club for Menifee f the counties of subject to Powell Mont 10000 to secure Mike Kelly tall playerjust the action of the coming season goaery and Wolfe Thats bettcrn running the Deaecrotic party a country newspaper President Cleveland has nominated A As there is some speculation in regard JamesKy Smith to be Postmaster at GlasCongressman to the route that will be pursued in ex- - gowSmiths appointment Wolford worked for leading the Kentucky Union Railroad Hon John J Davis member of the xve can give the managers of that com Forty fourth and Forty fifth Congresses has a pointer and hasten to do so been appointed if that company desires to extend the preme Court of Associate Justice of the Su Â¬ North Carolina liaelrom Gay City and that it certainly Notwithstanding the fact that Messrs isill do it should pursue that route of tho jrhich will require the least labor in Taulbec Wolford and Wadsworth Depend- Â¬ Kentucky delegation voted for the building and oe of most value when ent Pension Bill President Cleveland vetoed This we believe it will do it all the same completed and these ends can be attained by fol- Â¬ The grand jury of Bowan county Ky lowing up the course of the North Fork has indicted Henry Logan Morg McClung of Bed River to the mouth of Gladie and Lou Raybourn on the charge of con- Â¬ tbeflce tip Gladie to Catrons thence on spiring to murder Judge Cole Taylor via Maytown and back to the river Young and Allie Young Thk route will pass immediately through The lower house of the Tennessee Leg Â¬ the great white pine belt of Powell islature adopted the Senate resolution sub Â¬ of the people a Prohibi- Â¬ 3enifee and Wolfe directly by the celeÂ¬ mitting to a voteto the Constitution tion amendment The brated Pieratt cannel coal bank and tap vote was eighty sevon for and four against coantry abundant in other resources U S Marshal Hawkins arrested Teal which has hitherto had not even water and Riggs two of the most noted counter-Â¬ transportation lying a3 it does about feiters in the country at Indianapolis Ind saidway between tne Kentucky and Bogus coin was found upon their persons grade is a com- Â¬ and tools and material unearthed on their the Licking rivers The paratively light one and there is not a premises mnael to Iks made Besides a road tra The laws of Ohio have been so amend- Â¬ Teraiacthis line would have the advan Â¬ ed that the color line in that State has been tage of some twenty five tributaries of wiped out Negroes are granted all the North Fork as freight feeders all of privileges of the whites and there arena raick will float out staves while many longer any restrictions ag to marriaj or in fit them contain sufficient water to carry the public schools Col John F Davis State Commission Â¬ Wt logs and during freshets coal barges The mouth of Gladie could be a freight er of Agriculture has been appointed Sta- Â¬ jvpply depot of no mean magnitude as tistical Agent in Kentucky for the Agricul- Â¬ which staves timber and coal can be floated tural Department The position Bowman has been held by Col Charles E is MHt of the streams empytying into the worth 720 per annum North Fork and down that stream to The United States Senate has passed Gladie This would give the railroad a bill to refund to the States the money col- Â¬ all it could handle from a given point lected under the direct tax bill of 1861 and more on the whole than it could ia iuu evem ii Decomes a law Kentucky otherwise secure by any other route and will receive three quarters of a million dol- Â¬ thie we presume is what the projectors lars The Herald man is a sou of Ken-Â¬ most desire Then taking into consid Â¬ tucky Matthews the colored Becorder of eration these advantages the North Fork of Bed River excepting the deviation Deeds for the District of Columbia twice Senate will hold his office noted is the route for the Kentucky rejected by thewhen until March 4 he iTJntoa road if that company wants the ny N Y aud resume will return to Alba Â¬ the practice of law easiest constructed and best paying route The President has not vet determined nnon nrhen completed The streams mention his successor led are as follows which we give accor- Â¬ John Jamison Superintendent of the ding to location coming this way from Railway Mail Service has resigned Mr Clay City and all of them are creeks but Jamison is a working Republican who for the two otherwise named Hardwick two years has held office under a Democratic Pecks Cat Cane Middle and South Administration Thomas E Nash Chief forks of Bed River Dunwoody Short Clerk of the Postoffice Department has been JSpraus IndianWolfe pen Chimney top appointed to fill the vacancy Emile Paul a cafe keeper of New Gladie Parch corn Swifts Camp Clif ty Falling water Calaboose Stillwater York hitherto unknown to fame recently Buck and Lacy Creek Coming back accomplished the gastronomic feat of eating four quails to the river after the divergence the line eightyand it said in forty two consecutive days that he now smells would run up Bed Biver Valley from quail All the same he won 9000 in like getÂ¬ Buck Creek about four miles to Hazel ting away with that amount of game Green where it would strike the FrankÂ¬ Under the Mexican pension act only fort Georgetown and Paris road thus those officers and soldiers of the Mexican insuring direct communication with the war who served sixty days and arc now Big Sandy country and the Virginias sixty two years of ageor can prove disabil- Â¬ Set a stake gentlemen of the Standard ity or dependence arc entitled to receive Byadicate and start your surveyors for the S per mouth recently voted them by Congress The widow ofsuch soldier is this spot also debarred from the benefit of tho act unless she has reached sixty two years or is A gentleman of this place last week dependent upon others for her support visited Magoffin county to investigate Capt A W Greely has been appoint- Â¬ the oil boom in that section and had a ed Chief of the Signal Service vice General kmg interview with Capt Pulliam who Hazen deceased The promotion of Cant Ss working up the leases The lesees pro- Â¬ Greely from a Captain of Cavalry to the pose to pay all expenses of sinking wells rank of Brigadier General is almost unprefrailding tanks c and give the lessor cedented in the annals of the American but the gallant fight bne ughth of all oil or gas that may be army while trying to locate he made against death the North Pole found upon his land This is certainly a few years since has so endeared him to a fair proposition and the landowner the American people that even the soldier can not lose anything On the contrary seeking promotion in the regular line is si Â¬ he may find a fortune in it Indeed it is lent and contented a clear case of all profit and no loss and A farmer named Dencel was struck by while the opportunity is offered our peo Â¬ a locomotive near Lonisvillc and literally ple they should avail of it Nothing torn to pieces His left leg was broken and will tend to develop this country so the foot torn off at the ankle joint At the speedily as a lot ot rushing oil wells knee the bone had been ground and crushwas Capitalists all over this broad land would ed almost toitsdust and the hip joint was thrown from socket His left hand then turn their attention to the moun Â¬ mashed and ground from the wrist down tains of Eastern Kentucky as the safest and the shoulder was ripped open from the investment for their money Bailroads breast to the arm making a horrible gaping would come to us from every point of wound which exposed the bone The back the compass Our timber and our coal of his skull was torn out leaving the brain and masses of aad OHr iron would command good prices exposed through his hairclotted blood were smeared and coat The laboring man would get better wages The fccalp hunsr back inakine over hiswhich a flan Penury would be replaced with plenty j covered or exposed the skull fracture as the and adversity give way to affluence man was moved from one position to anoth- Â¬ Produce would bring double prices and er At last accounts he was still alive and Ik ahert- - poverty would be numbered conscious but physicians had no hope of amoBjg IhQtfeings of the past There is his rccoverv HAZEL GREEN To introdnce it we will far a afeeri tme gvr away m each coHHty to tseae likely Is GEJt good agents a limited HHiaber of MAK ELECTRO GALVANIC SUSPENSO RY BELTS a positive and vnfaffisg care for Nervous Debility Weakaesa Varicocele Load or aut 5 The Johnston Organs ward paid if every Belt we raanactm rs does not generate asrennine electric Address at once GERMAN BELT AGENCY P O Box 17S Brooklyn New York of Vigor Rheumatism etc X nmst JU TRADERS DEPOSIT BJUK jjWe fr A MAMMOTH STORE Masonic Temple Mt Sterling Ky 2M i Ml Are first class in Material Workmanship and Methods of Construction They are unrivaled in power and beauty of tone and in genuine J excellence Jfar surpass all organs of pother makes ever offered in our country MT STERLING KY M BIGSTAFF President J W W THOMSON DIRECTORS A5DR2 W Gwx OVER 67000 SOLDI James Chobn Dr R R Dbake rar341y FSUX J T Hioarjjru - w No H GILLIS sons Â¬ psj Dry Goods Carpets Wall Papers Hats Caps Boots Shoes An immense stock in all departments Their well known McCord WHO Aydelotte f HATTERS C13 West Maix Sntxar Louisville ky REPAIRING ril4 - ki4g JSI am nowonprepared to do all Je wfcry JSSrepairmfj Watches Lloess B and AT MY SHOrv t Eiri Kr ix Lk tka Vest trl LOW PRICES rule throughout You can save your expenses both ways oil a bill of TEN DOLLARS by going there to trade Dont mistake the place Their store is in the Masonic TEMPLE Buildingand they have no connection with any other house iri town optical 00G3 Rriras me vaa rfntrlr iguana it will g aeatlvaB 1 prmiiliTra- aired at reasonable prices KawMrir honeat work end fair prices stent your patronage I remain T T CXS3L SS Yours truly more money for YOU anything- elseat workworldna in the - can live at home and make SAVE MONEY by going there to trade KB - Hardman Pianos Chickering Pianos Mathus- hek Pianos Emerson Piano Star Pianos Arion Pianos and the matchless Johnston Organs Write for Catalogues and Prices I CO JOHNSTON Wholesale and Retail Dealers D S not needed you are started free Boti sex Â¬ es all ages Any one caa do tie weric Large earnings sure froa first start Cattily outfit and terms free Better st delay Cost you nothing to send u yoaraddrfw and find out if yoti are wwe you will de s at onee JI Hallett 4b Co PortIad Me to be made Cat tkis st 1 f A IT 1 Y nd retanLto as aad w will ill U 11 A sendr job free sectii r great value and importance to yoa tfct will start you in bHsines vrkxeli Will rg- in more moaev right away than aaytiije else in the world Anyone can do tke work and live at home Either sex all ages mk tiling new that iust coins mosey Ar alL We will start yon capital workers t needed This is one of the genalae uapar tant chances of a lifetime Those who ar ambitious and enterprising will sot delay Grand outfit free Addreaa Tkux A CV Augusta Maine tka at Capital sor ii nV jh aM ZJ -- 56 West Fourth Street CINCINNATI O tions which symbolized his Masonic rank The peculiar Chinese rites were then performed and a procession formed carry- Â¬ ing a large canopy Chinese lanterns flags and banners of various designs The Chinamen made their way to the cemetery through a crowd of 20000 people depositing their banners together with dishes of rice chicken pork and sugar upon the grave Â¬ Â¬ I will be at the following places on the days designated for the purpose ot making set-Â¬ tlement with all who aro indebted to the estate ADMINISTRATORS As administrator of A J NOTICE Cox deceased Hazel Green Academy 1 - -- A Chance for Health CAMFfON MAItCn 7 18S7 County Court Day HAZEL GREEN MARCH 16 1887 Regular Stock Sale Day MAYTOWN MARCH 17 1887 -- Â¬ genial medicinal cordial Hostctters said claims must be properly proven and Stomach Bitters embodies the combined certified according to law qualities of a blood fertilizer and depu A B LANDRUM Administrator rent a tonic and an alterative While E WORD it promotes digestion and assimilation and stimulates appetite has the further WITH effect of purifying the life current and strengthening the nervous system As the blood grows richer and purer by its use they who resort to this sterling me- Â¬ dicinal agent acquire not only vigor but bodily substauce A healthful change in the secretions is effected by it and Wholesale and Retail Manufacture rB of that sure and rapid physical decay which a chronic obstruction of the func- Â¬ tions of the system produce is arrested The prime causes of disease being re- Â¬ moved health is speedily renovated and vigor restored Is afforded those fast sinking into a condition of hopeless debility The beThsc having claims against the estate will allowed months to file the means are at hand In the form of a alter which three will be barred and same all of they w HiCfl The directors of the above school take pleasure in announcing to the public that highly satisfactory arrangements have been madefor the positive opening of the school on Monday January 3d 1SS7 Three com- petent teachers have been employed whose qualtications arc unsurpassed and their ser- vices secured for a terra of years In mak- ine this announcement Ave feel justified in averting that the school will b e as institution which will reflect an honor on this portion of the State and unsurpasaed even oy the more pretentious similar institutions of the large cities Located in a favorable geo- Â¬ graphical section healthy moral free from vicious allurements and with a strict over-Â¬ sight looking to the protection comfort and mental training of the students parents ran rely upon their children being safe while under the care of the faculty and trustees The attention ot vounir men and ladies who expect to teach is specially called to the advantages to be gained in this school at a nominal cont For terms of tuition and further informa tion apply to W O Mize Hazel Green Ky McGarvey Lexington J Trustees J T Day G B Swango VV O Mize Hazel Green and Prof J AV McGar vey Lexington Ky or V ablc Persons of eiihersex easily ears fren centato 5 per evening aad asrop68 ate sum by devoting all their tuae t tta business Hoys and girls earn nearly as ack as men That all who see this may Bead their address and test the business wesutke this offer To such as are not well satisfied we will send one dollar to pay for the tros ble of writing Full particulars and estt Pree Address GEORGE STINSOS k Co Portland Maine jaSly 50 W0RKNG1 GLASS ATTENTION We are now Brewed to urnish all classes with employment at hrae the whole of the time or for their jarHl moments Business new light and proita j 5 LOUIS STIX IMPORTEE - k CO AKD JOBBERS OS - 1 Dry THBD EACS Goods AXD UKIOlt NOTIONS ST3S2T3 Cincinnati- - Mrs Stoves Grates Mantels HAZEL GREEN ACADEMY Republican Convention The Republicans of Wolfe county arc requested to meet in convention at Camp ton on Monday March 7th 1887 for the purpose of appointing delegates to attend the State Convention which meets at Louisville May 11th 1887 Wilky Steelt Chairman Pieced Pressed Japanned Tinware Â¬ Hollow ware and 1 Tinners Stock KY 736 W Main Street LOUISVILLE NEW HARD TIMES DOWN GO THE PRICES We are now receiving another LAEGE AND WELL SELECTED STOCK every variety of Goods to supply the demands of all our customers at Whole- Â¬ of sale and Eetait 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 Wc have also notified our friends and customers of the DISASTROUS EFFECTS OF THE CREDIT SYSTEM and our intention fc reform our business but little attention has been given to what we have said Now we intend to establish upon the ruins of the old credit system a STRICTLY CASH BUSINESS which will enable us to sell you goods The undersigned will bein scsel is Ezel Morgan county MONDAY JAN 3 1837 which will continue five raoath aad she kindly solicits a liberal patronage from all friends of education Faculty Mrs- - Mary NiekcJl Geaeral Literature Mrs Anna J Fields ia Instru Â¬ mental Music Primary Department IntermediateLanguages Ac TERMB OF TUITION Select School NickelFs - 5 25 7 50 8 75 Board per week Addreaa Mrs 3IARY S V McWilliams Livery Sale and MT STERLING Co -- -- -- The distance from Frankfort to Fres tonsburg by the latest proposed route is 160 miles Twenty miles beyond Mt Sterling this line will enter the coal fields and between there and Frestons burg will pass through seven distinct a AralHan1 proverb that runs thus fields of cannel coal the finest in Amer- Â¬ A Chinese Funeral Lostihanoe never comes asrain1 The to say nothing of splendid fields of people who are now approached with the One of the strancest sights ovor wif- - ica coal and the great white pine forests soft Ser to be nriched mav never or at anv i nessed in this countrv occurred in Balti- A committee has been appointed at tate not for a long time to come have k more ireeentlv It was the funeral of Faris to secure the aid asked from Bouraailar proposal made them Strike now Wudg Fnrlg Chinese laundry man He bon Countv Carlisle Mercury rhile the iron is iot and hereafter yota was a Mason of high rank and half a will have the satisfaction of knowing dozen brother Masons had come on from imxi you leat your aid to the develop- - km A iauijto ij attend the obsequies seat ot your own peiovea and ive The body had been lying in state nearly 3 1 1R TOWXSEND WITH hmtoo aow ino time tomorrow mav two weeks before the ceromony took fee late Beaember that fortunes nlace and bv actual count 3311 Debnle ve beea made in a day aye an hour passed through and took a look at the 1 JOBBEIVOF WOin rkW norl UJUU ia tie oil Tusiness and bear in mind the VIWU TrtOTK t Wb W1UU HUC nlnnn1 J1UVCU history repeats itself What pieces of white aud red muslin a fan Hats Caps Straw Goods Ucttbat am cose to others may come to you a piece of paper scroll work and a trian j Gloves and Unibrellan of paper with Chinese inscripr gular slip CHILUCOTHE --- Feed Stable KY Headquarters Drovers and Traders But buy Kellys STEEL axe It the SKt perfect axe made Also bny STEEL hrs shoes They will outwear iron And STEEL nails They cost the same as iroa For sale in Hazel Greon by G B SWANOO II M F NICKELL I 50 Â¬ Tho attestion of horse and mulo dealers is espcciallv invited to our facilities for the J -- I fl Wm H Hullerton T JL11 t 1 handling of stock and we invite all traders of Wolfe and adjoining counties to call on We in particular invite the attention of RIVER MEN and others to our us when in the citv large stock of CLOTHING DRY GOODS c c which we are oflering at special low prices for cash JEORGE E TUCK WITH To all of our customers having accounts due wo most earnestly solicit to come CRESN HUFAKER fy C0V forward and make settlements You owe it to us to do so as well as to yourselves Wholesale Poalers in 03 honorable men We will sell you goods cheaper than you have ever bought them before we can better afford it because we wHI take no risk on time Respectfully r R L White 015 vi eht wain afreet Cheaperyrhan You Have Ever Bought Before Chiles TT J AAi MT STERLING KY Agents for Fastcrn Kentucky Thompson vrrir W T CASKEY T McGClRE fc Co CLARKE Boots and Shoes J B Green A- - CE J Huflaker LOUISVILLE KY JT F DAY Siews Carson Harta Sin 637 W Main LOTJISYILLE Strt Y 5