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JW5 f e o tv Ji SPENCER COOPER Hazel Green Herald Owner and Editor - Devoted to the Development ot Eastnrn Kontuok - as IOO A YEAR Always In Advance j f 2d VOL HL HAZEL GREEN WOLFE COUNTY KY FRIDAY OCTOBER 14 1887 SrENCKR NO 39 is no uso for us to advertiso There never was u greater mistake Thero is probably no houso in tho United State better known than ours but wo would as soon think of cancelling ourinsuranee1 policicsas our advertising contract Wb spend more money with nowspapera each year that goes by thero ore moro people who want goods nudoiow trado is always coining to the surface Advertising that 4 JSAAC v W MAPEL Attorney-at-La- -v And Real Estate Agent tll practice in rfll the Courts of Wolfe Powell Menifee and Breathitt counticH Titles examined abstracts furnished tax- Â¬ es paid for non reidonti rcnl estate bought and sold CollectioiiB a Hpecialty HAZKL ORKKN KY Cooper Chas M FaXlkn h C Herndon FALLEN WE ARE LAGGARDS JUDGE KELLEY OF PENNSYLVANIA GIVES US A POINTER ON PROGRESS COOPER HERNDON GENERAL 5 JOHN II EVANS HAZEL GREEN KY HAZEL GREEN KY w J Have the following property which they wish to sell at once and parties desiring to secure bargains will find it to their interest Ilcspcctfnullv solicitis the patronage of the to inspect the property We will trade some public and will attend promptly to all bus of it to blue grass land Write us No 1 73 acres of land on Laurel Creek iness entrusted to his care Wolfe county M miles from Hazel Green T SWANGO Good dwellinghousc and outbuildings well watered good timber fine upplc orchard IIAZKL GREEK KY coal veins tc Â¬ Â¬ Examiner of Depositions for Wolfe county No 3 One two story dwelling built in flepuiy County Court Clerk of Wolfe 1 881 containing six rooms good outbuildiWill attend to all business entrusted to hitn ngs a well of never failing water beautiful grounds well set with rare and valuable with promptness and dispatch shrubbery and a line assortment of fruit n The best garden in town one grapes J 0 BACK of tue most desirable dwellings to be found in Hazel Green Situated on the height leading to the celebrated Swango Springs about midway between the center oi town and the Springs JACKSON KY Attorney at Law County Practices No Business attended to with promptness 315 acres of land on Lacy Creek 2 inileH south of Ilazel Green on main road ami dispatch to Campton has about 200 acres of good C LYKINS timber and an inexhaustablc quantity of the finest quality of spliut and bituminous and Attorney Roal Estate Agont some fine quality of cauncl coal 1 JO in all Courts in Wolfe aud Ad- joiniug Counties anil Jourt 01 Appeals SgrCollections a Specialty Cam ton Woifi County Ky C and Notary Public1 No 6 100 acres of land 2 miles south east of Hazel Green fine farming land 50 acres in cultivation nearly all bottom land in good neighborhood and convenient to schools aud churches Â¬ Â¬ A BAKER Attorney at Law JACKSON KY -- jR J A TAULBEB No C 500 acres of land the survey be ginning on the Standing hock corner of Lee Powell aud Wolfe counties 10 miles from Campton on the head waters of the Grainiug Block Fork of Red River It is entirely covered with a virgin forest of pine pophir oak walnut hickory ami chestnut timber No 7 10 acres of land most of which lies in the corporate limits of Ilazel Green on the road leading from town to Swango Springs joins No 3 and is known as the Mrs Eliza Trimble tract Can bo laid oft into the most desirable town lots in Hazel Green It is newly fenced and in cultivation No 8 One house and lot in Northwest Hazel Green near the common school building good new dwelling house with four rooms good outbuildings garden c Â¬ T j hysician and Surgeon 1 The best the market affords will be found upon the table at all times and the public patronage is respectfully solicited Guests will have ice and other luxuries to be had io first class country hotels In connection as a line stable for bones aud shod room for vehicles in charge of good hostler Pastur age for hordes HORATIO TUTTLE Lessee Mks LOU DAY Matron Jackson Breathitt County KENTUCKY Hazel Gkeen Ky DAY HOUSEFitted find Refurnished Newly pOMBS HOUSE CAMPTON KY No 0 2000 neres of land on Kentucky River and Frozen Creek Jrenthitt county 7 miles below Jackson on the surveyed lines of the Kentucky Union mid Cincinnati and Southeastern railroads It is covered with a heavy forest of the finest timber in the Suite including oak walnut poplar ash Ac and is underlaid with inexhaustible veins of can ncl and bituminous coal No 10 1 87 acres of land on Lacy Creek H miles from Hazel Green has a S COMBS PnoiRiKTOR S good barn is well fenced about 30 acres in apple orchard some timber is well The patronage of the traveling public is grass an and is good farming land soliuitcd Table the host and watered Tespectfullv every attention for the comfort of guests No 11 2fi5 acres 4 miles southeast of Hazel Green on Red River coal bank 52 in HOUSE DAMS ches thick 230 acres of fine poplar oak aud SaijYersville Ky other timber 35 acres in cultivation 2 good dwelling houses and outbuildings 2 wells of G B Ad axe Proprietor never lailing water and good young orchard This old and well known house has been thoroughly refitted and refurnished and is No 12 250 acres on Gillmorc Crock o now open for the reception of the public miles south of Hazel Green good coaland fine Nothing Shall be Lett Undone to Make timber good dwelling barn and outbuild Adams Guwt Comfortable ings fineorchard ot lft0 bearing apple trees About Â¬ Â¬ K TUGGL E PG JvJ 05 Binggold JOBBERS OK H7 with Co No 13 16 acres on Gillmore Creel o miles south of Hazel Green good timber and coal dwelling bain orchard tc No l i 100 acres on Lower Devils Creek in Wolfe county south of Campton on the surveyed line of Kentucky Union railroad good timber including white pine poplar oak Ac No 15 About lfiO acres on Gillmore Creek 4 miles south of Ilarel Green fully 100 acres of fine timber veins of bobt quality of splint and bituminous coal good dwelling barn und out buildings good fanning land No lfl 70 acres on Gillmorc Creek 4 4 miles south of Hazel Green 15 acres good bottom land an apple oi chard of 40 bearing tree good dwelling house and outbuildings good well underlaid with coal timber suffi cient for tanning purnoss Boots and Shoes and WEST PEARL STREET CINCINNATI OHIO working 1 p furnsh all classes with employment at home the whole of the time or for their spnrc Business new lieht and prolan moments able Pei sous of either sex easily earn from V cents to fo per evening und a proportion te sum bv devoting all their time to he buaineBS llovs and girls earn nearly a much as men That all who see this may send o mai e their address and test the business this Oder To such as arc not well satislied o will send one dollar to pay for lie trou ble of writing Full particular and oulut Â¬ cussifeiw Â¬ Address GrOROi Portland Maine ree Stinsos j8ly -mmm Jc Co I k IL rm C i Tit iwArivF No 171203 acres on Kentucky River at the mouth of Holly Creek in Wolle and Tireatliitt counties fine conl developed and known as the Rose aud JInllon coal banks line timber acres on Devils Creak Wolfe No 18 countv 3 milrs southeast of Campion fine eannel roal 7 feet thick known as Che Hobbn c oal bank tine timber 113 iii TmS Ar ry VlVAiiUSA J v- PVWfSP - Tl H i aViJrtKrm iigf 73k 5 il 07 on at JCzel Mir- - Wsj hand uniea line gan county 0r of loelcs Jew Klrvnnt KdiioHtionnl Standard He Most elry and Watches Also a hue of line Spec tacle and Eye glasscH Will sell goods at Iseful in the World ami Most Rapid Sale vitv prices and guurnntro sfttiyfiutiiiti he Mil l 0 MAWIIA ontalii HuitdrtHlm of HILL O RlAfiUrtL SocIkI Commercial mid pairing u specialty und work warranted T P Alt It Respectfully Ac Standard Authority NeJy Form llhuirat I Ddartfed and Corr l d to thu iHtent Date WITH If KILLS ALBUM Ciilm l KmilKHIt MeCQRO AYDELOTT liutrnllint trWvfHl ill wy Piwplf Theli Work wl Tholr pmntrnm Lloimnt lliK Fwti Aifimu wmttrtd lw very nounty U whom MIkiwI wn iIvm xeluiw Territory unu 1rwt jilotorial Clriulam Turirvr fil I have located 1 vj -J Ul msssjr w1 FM w ill keep Â¬ TH0SR HILLS BOOKS Lel Â¬ W n cmira gSwi2JKJS Wholesale Hatters aO M WoHl iMllill SI Louiivillo Ky IE 103 ffiml STANDARD BOOK CO Itfita Street CHICAGO PUBLiyHErts we have taken and arc now prepared to give our uuqualiiiud opinion that more aud better returns are given to us through the newspaporn than all tho other means continued What makes Kentucky a laggurd we over tried iiud as I huvu said wo The havo given them all u thorough show You want a diversity of pursuit AUVEUTISIXC EVEItV DAY people who all follow the naino employ Â¬ We advertise every day in the year ment arc a greut part of the time an idle people Dont laugh gentlemen at ftaid Mr W except Sunday There i the two comitiofi of your State which always some trado doing oen in tho reported sorghum as their wpecial pro dullest season and wc utrivu to divert duct Sorghum is doiuy nnru to revolu- Â¬ the floating or t moment trado to otir tionize the world than Napoleon did placu Afcjutn whuti biuinc8 ordinarily when lie taxod tho sugar of Finuco in dull people who vee our inviutions iu Sugar 1ih now higher tariu ou it than the news prper are more apt to read ever before and it b cIieHjr than ever them for the reatwui tha thoy have moro I could name you a time to read and there are fewer mlver before known hundred prowitad article which r timeiite then and bewide thbt the fact the duty laul ujkmi of our advertiKiitg hberallv RnftgiMtA tho ciunpor now Impmwion that we have wht Uiey want tbcrti Thine to buy aud id npiKMally durirnhlo aud Why is Kentucky a i pomutliiiitf wrontf Kwitueky which cheap TliM in conuuctlon with the formerly funiibhi more irvjii than any reputation for oiiterprlso which we gain Stmc in tho Union luw drop d to fifth ty u woll to ill way keep hufore tho plnoc Iinm in the hut nix month fullon public in good mukble and nUruoMvu behind tlm previous six whil AUtUinn hpo And now I would nnjr a word to hail lvKitiiiMl Jtr prtHluctliMi of iron flU you of the iiucihedty of oouetaut ftrivor I htand in a ultv wliluHuoiill tiring ttr uunt Many niorehimU who have leh iu Is to tt to Mid goiitliwt wlit III huiliufc for si uuruiu utimbw of yeara Uio KHiHi noun try ot tjie ivorm mil one ulty of thy gtfiiit- New Orleans wlti yi Oh wu are o well khown ft Â¬ IIo Thinkn Diversity or Industry Is Salva tion ami Speuku a Word Vor Sorghum Judge W D Kellcy of Pcndsylvania delivered in address before the Industri- Â¬ al and Commercial Conference which was in session at Louisville last week The address is full of interest to the peo- Â¬ ple of this section and wo givo helow the most importnmi part of his remarks Mk Chairman and Gentleman or hour indeed the Convention Each increases tho I may say each minute pleasantness of my stay among you The happiness I am enjoying in this visit is nimply inexpressible for it eecms to me a season of felicitations and a Bcason of friendly greetings promising a future of union and pleasantries I am going to ask a question or two about Kentucky and am coming to one you will not cheer Why is Kentucky a laggard among other States and especially among the regenerated Southern States Why is a Slate so endowed and whose genealogy is such as to produce tho bravest and most intellectual of men and the lovliest of females not only in the Union but in the world whose racers and cattle are such that no imported stock can linger long in their glorious Blucgrass homo but it is improved why a State not only en Â¬ dowed with tliebc but whose coal and other mineral resources exceed in quan tity the combination of coal and iron resources iu any State in the Union who possesses more miles of navigable rivers than any of the States why with all this added to her distinguished men and lovely women she is behind not only tho sister States but the most of those of the Why are people emmigrattng South from the loveliest land m the world and tins conference here discussing tho neces sity of immigration to her borders There is something wrong and in what I have seen of this conference it seems to me that its members arc asking each other What shall we do to be saved A short time ago I visited tho South was at Nashville and gazed on her fac- Â¬ tories founderies and institutions of learning at Atlanta Birmingham and the other growing cities of that regener ated land JAir three weeks I lingered in the garden fields of the Union that State Florida whose growth compared with Northern States admitted to tlie Union at the sumo time though slow is yet a land of granduer The foremost among the non mineral producing States will in the future be tho land that blends the soil and climate of all lands Florida the Unions garden farms the golden tip of the South I had one regret about that visit which grew upon me I did not include Ken tucky in it u What brings you here now I hear you ask besides that invitation which by the way was enough for anybody I will answer you as I did tho people of tho South I have come gentlemen to plead with you to avail youisclvcs of the mineral resources you are full of especial ly your fuel to plead with you to nn yourselves and your posterity of the wealth lying at your feet by tho neglect of which vou have impoverished yottr selves to the profit of us people ot the North I tame to ask you why you will not make your own plows your own harrow teeth and the tens of thousands feet of wire with which you feneoyour farms Why you will let lay idle the boundless mineral wealth offered to you by a generous Providence mineral Mores of which yon possets more than any other Slate and thousands of miles more than Why will tho whole of tho British Isles you not giu up cotton to au extent that we protected people would havo to pay a decent price lor the cotton from which we make ntir shirts und sheets After ti Icutrthy reviw of tbo comparative mineral wealth of tho State the comparative progicss of thuM devoted to agriculture and the non agricultural States with various charp hit at the tho speaker perfection of protection Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ coutcst your city in population and if you move properly forward your city should oxperience from decade to decado a growth that would even to her inhab- Â¬ itants bo mar vol otts I am in tho homeof TJenryClay You may cherish other names aud Kentucky has others who deserve it but no State will or has produced tho statcsmau who did what he did to hold together this great Union I can not paint tho lustre of the namo of Henry Clay Dont take off tho duty on the indus- Â¬ tries you propose to develop if you would make tliem tho grand successes that they promise to become Froo Trade Tho reduction of internal revenue and the taking off of revenue stamps from Proprietary Medicines no doubt hiw largely benefited the coiibiimcrs us well 5 x Tight prices iswelldonoiB oumulativo in itscuaiac ter It is like the compounding of irx An ndycrti8ement in a daily tcrciit paper ono day yill in all probability inako a good return to tho merchant who has tho goods tho peoplo want at the w oO ment that ho puts in gains an impetub and influence from tho originnl ono and its followsers and so it counts up until the namo of tho firm gets what is equivalent to tho good will of a successful busi as relieving tho burden of home inanu ness besides deriving tho direct profit facturors Espociallv is this the case from immediato sales caused by the with GreensAugust Flower und llosehcea advertising German Syrup as the reduction of thirty-TO ADVERTISE WKIjL cents per dozen has beon added to continued the gentleman six it merchant incrcaso the size of the bottles containing should givo as much euro to his news these remedies thereby giving onc lifth paper space as he does to anv other de more medicine in the 75 cents sizo Tho partment of his bueintss As a gcnerql August Flower for Dyspepsia and Liver thing a merchant can well afford to apomi Complaint and tho German Syrup for in newspaper advertising fronrono third Cough and Lung troubles have perhaps to one fifth the amount of all his othrt the largest sale of any medicines in the total expenses In some lines this limit world The advantage oE increased sizo can bo exceeded but on an nverago the of the bottles will be greatly appreciated rule abovo will hold pretty good nurl by tho sick aud afflicted iu every town that he is not exceeding a safo sum and village iu civilized countries Sam People have totally gotton over tho vagary ple bottles for ten cents remain the same that they can buy more cheaply from size houses who do not have tho expenso of advertising There never was a greater EFFICIENCY OF PRINTERS INK mistake iu the world But to ooncludo Interesting Interview With William II I would fay it down as a general propo- Â¬ AVanninakcr of llillnilolplilu sition that advertising which is done Mr William IT Wanamakcr u mem truthfully and well pays haDdsoraoly ber of the world famed Philadelphia firm If a irian in business talks as earnestly Brown is iu the city through his newspaper when lie is ad Â¬ of Wanamakcr on a brief business trip A reporter who dressing 0110 or two hundred thousand is thinking of quitting the dull routine people simultaneously as wheu ho Jfi of writing up murders elopements and talking to ono customer ho can not fail court reports and going into that health- to inako a success out of newspapor ad- Â¬ ful literary pursuit tho advertising bus vertising iness and knowing that the firm of Wan Thanking Mr Wanamakcr for his amaker Brown are among the greatest kindness the reporter with that modesty and most successful advertisers on earth which is bo characteristic of tho ncwspH he sought the above named gentleman per piofession withdrew Louisvillfc Upon asking for some pointers regarding Commercial the experience of that firm in advertising he was entertained and instructed by the You will have no uso for spectacles following vigorous remarks you use Dr J II McLeans Strengthen THE rOUNPATION PTONE OF bUCCESSlUL mg Eye Salvo it removes tho film and AUVEKTJSIVG scum which aceumulateaon the eyo balfe Said Mr Wanamakcr The business subdues inflamation cools and soothfc man who expects to attain success in ad tho irritated nerves strengthens weak vet tising must get the confidene of the and failing sight 25c a box Sold by public by telling in his announcements G B Swango Ilazel Green tho clean clear cut unvarnished truth in the most vigorous healthful way his Exocutlvo Clomoncy Potltionfe Governor Buckner has adopted u prac- power of expression will permit We have been in business just a quarter of a t ico in tho Executive department which century continued Mr Wanamakcr if successful will materially assist him and have always made it a point to tell in considering tho merits of petitions the exact truth If we had 998 garments for Executive clemency In all crises for sale we never advertised a 1000 and of importance the petition is referred if wo had 5000 we did not announce to tho Judgo and Commonwealths At that wo had 15000 The day has gone tornoy of the court inflicting the penalty by for exaggeration if indeed it ever had for such information touching tho case successful existence for more than that as these officers may be disposed to give There is no people anywhero and which will enable the Governor to time that can bo humbugged or deceived act more intelligently than is possible more than once Your customer rhile upon tho ox parte statement of a petition he may not know tho intrinsic merit of A courteous co operation of tho court what you offer can form a pretty fair officials with the Governor in carrying ideuol quality ami once you mislead him out this practice can not fail to promote his confidence is gone forever and be the ends of justice and relieve tho Gov sides that ho will influence a portion of ernor of much embarrassment in consid- Â¬ his circle of friends against you If there ering petitions where tho most essential is one tiling l would oiler as a maxim to facts in the case arc not otherwise readily advertisers it is this The truth pays obtainable It would seem that thd We stick to it in our advertisements as courtesy which Bhould exist between tho well as iu our stores If a garment is Judicial and Executive branches ot the government would in all such cases part cotton tho label on it says so THE NEWfilAITll AS A MEDIUM fcuggest a promptxiohiplinncc with tho In the twenty five years we have been Governors request Frankfort Capital in business continued Mr Wanamakcr The Life of the flesh is the blood wo have tried about every kind of ad- Â¬ pure blood means healthy vertising of auything like a legitimate thereof functional activity and this bears with character that lias bc n o lie red Some yeaia we have spent over a quarter of a it the certainty of quick restoration from Dr ML McLean million oi dollar- in advertising and you sickncbs or accident Strengthening Cordial and Blood Purifior can readily wo that wo have givcp the subject very much practical trial and gives pure rich blood and vitalizes and 100 per have studied it theoretically as a science Htrengthons tho whole body In all tliuo years wo havo watched the bottle Sold by G B Swango Hazel returns carefully from every standpoint Green Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ - each successive advertise- Â¬ Â¬ 1 1 M l M to 1 i X 4 m - f tin lsanl from the office read it ami cuwKdfl and lent it to his neighbors for n ytnr or two when you modestly mention pay to him ho cooly informs you that you fall oil to stop the paper when the liny wan out and that he doesnt known that he wants it any longer and will see about paying you for it Momo other time HuM A curious boast the dolimiuont Hitlweil hor 4 The Ilopkinswillo New Era announce that it will requiro etibscribirH to pay ii advance aud iu slating its reason for so doing iticidenily touches up a class of peoplo well known to publishers Isijjtai And thero is something quite peculiar about ft delinquent subscriber Ho tToTpr sideis tho little debt lie owes you for llftl paper iu an entirely different light from tJat in which he looks upon other debts While he has taken tho paper regularly Tho DoiinquotH Subscribers M y 4 3 jKtJt vd r v i l r ft - Urot Llfn Will ncqulro now zest and vlnw fulnitos return if you will impel yntn liver and kidnuyn to tho jwftyiiuuiee- W their riiiiotloiin J 11 MuLmiiVi Liver and Klduoy IJulni will HtiwwUtrt mum 10 JKiiuuuui nciion pv bottle Rild by K II 8ww M Ir nj v o y Mtk mw V - - A wmMryfit hi iMHiywiwWHi lfpOaw m fWf I pM - mi TTtT i ii wriii t Y rafcwfm KW s Hazel Green Herald SPENCER COOPER Publisher t HAZEL GREEN KENTUCKY THE GOLDEN CURL MNow littlo lad As tho raothcrsnlrt from his piny came bluc oyed Tod wflR almost twolvc bo tako tho pall And hold It tightly by tho ball Whllo qulukly to the woods you go Tor father wants his lunch you know And you may stop nwh lo and play If from his sldo you will not 6tray At onco tho boy but four yuars old Ran off to do ns ho was told With dimpled hands tho pall ho swung And llstonod while the robins tung He scaled thn wall with reitctit caro His bright eyes spiod tho daisies fair Yet dd not stop for llower or bird Until his futhers volco ho hoard Hrv j cteod uude aomewhat n oarer tho Cap lain holding a capstun bar behind him To his surprise and delight ho found Jose Gardez by his side with an- Â¬ other such bar in his hand nodding Ids head to him as much as to say Tin The Mate stood close tip with you to tho Captain when lie spoke and im- Â¬ mediately started for tho haudcufls Tim strain and susponso of such a moment is exquisitely painful All on that deck felt it though with dilTcrcut The mato thoughts and emotions was certainly not gone two minutes but tho lime that passed before his head emerged above tho deck as ho ran up tho cabin stairs seemed an aire I should think so fair replied tha mate with a smile Well you and I will have to tako tricks at the wheel with Purvis till wo know whom we can rely on Im gy ing below now for an hour Keep close watch and call me if anything happens Youvo got a pistol Aye aye sir PAHT I CHAPTKR VI A SUIUMIISINO IlKVEUATION Tho attitude and appcaranco of one man there ought to bo mentioned This was Louis Hunter IIo stood at tho If For glad Indeed was Ted to go To watch tho axo swing to and fro Ami play with chips so clean and neat All scattered round his fathers feet To day ho found a goodly pile Enough to last him a long while Pushed In n heap between two trees Tho fathers work his boy to please So when the lunch was out of sight Ted built chip houses nice and tight Till from his fathers axe there Uow A chip of such a pretty hue He forwaid bprang with engcr cry To catch it whilo Ihe nxe was high But tripped the golden head lay low Just whore the father aimed his blowl IIo saw his boy alnst too late To save him from the dreadful fate The axo went down with frightened cry Tuu child rolled off mongst branches dry Then sobbing sprang up safe and sound Stray hairs upon the are were found With tuirs tho father knolt in prayer And thunked lod for Ills wondrous care Then roso and lying plain In sight A golden curl was glistening bright Out by tho uxo With tender cure The father saved the lock of hair Tho Utile life so strangely spared Went on till Ted u man gray haired And bowed wth Unco seoru years and ton Oft fehowod the curl hed kept till then Womuits Muqazlne TnnitB WAS A LOUD REPORT right of the Captain leaning up against tho quarter rail smoking a cigarette Ho looked on as carelessly as though ho had not tho slightest interest in kP- - - K Fl F l 9i w- - T V LH 4 ir J r v what occurred Tho mato went directly to the negro Hold out your hands lie said With a motion liko a Hash the fel- Â¬ Money low seized tho handcuffs and tossed them overboard Ono sweep of his aside A Talc of Buried Treasure Cuban Revolt powerful arm thrust the mato His clasp knifo was plucked from his and Adventure Upon the Seas waistband opened and brandished with a yell ho sprang toward tho Cap- Â¬ nsr itotji ajfixs tain His eyes wero bloodshot and glaring those who saw his face saw BY JAMES FRANKLIN FITTS something inoro pitiless and ferocious titan is in tho faces of wild beasts Copyright 1S87 by The A V Kdtotjy Newspaper There was a loud report the negro Company suddenly stopped His eyes rolled horÂ¬ PART 1 CHAPTER V COvriNUKD ribly in his head his knife dropped Captain Willis was no sooner on from his grasp Ho threw up his arms deck than he called for the mate plunged forward and fell in a heap on Call tho crew aft Mr Hard he tho deck dead with a bullet through Biid Tvo a word to siv to them his heart Tlioy came most of them sauntering Tho Captain advanced a single step along with their hands in their pockets A great navy revolver still smoking and looking altogether very unlike a was in his hand Tho four good ships company You seo what I mean ho quietly negroes stood in a group by them- Â¬ said Now to your duty every man selves Hick Purvis stood with his cap You all know who is Captain by this in his hand in an attitude of respectful time attention tho others were collected Thero was not an instants delay behind these Captain Willis surveyed Tho crew fell back dumb and con Â¬ them a moment with an eye like a quered by this stern exhibition of au- Â¬ hawk and then spoko clearly and dis- Â¬ thority Tho mato speedily assem- Â¬ tinctly bled them at the capstan the anchor My men Ive sailed tho seas for came up the sails wero spread slowly well nigh forty years and Ive com Â¬ and awkwardly and tho bark with manded ships for thirty but this is the wind and current in her favor so that first time 1 over wont out with a lot of nothing was needed sailed out pnt green hands Dick Purvis avast there the frowning guns of Moro Castle and stand aside you know this talk aint to tho open sea for you Except Mr Hardy and Dick Tho Captain paced tho after deck I learn that theres only two seamen and watched tho mato as ho moved now in tho ship Weve got a voyago about among tho crew Cool as tho of nearly two thousand miles to make man had been through this exciting and a valuable cargo aboard You scene ho now began to feel the revul cant learn to bo sailors on this trip sion as tho strain was removed He but you can learn a good deal Youll wanted somo ono to talk fb find looked bo well treated by Mr Hardy and myÂ¬ around for Louis but ho had gone self but thoros ono thing you must down into tho cabin understand now right at tho start In a few moments tho mato came aft You must obtij orders dye hear Im and touched his cap tho Captain and Mr Hardy is tho mate Theyre doing fairly well sir ho of this ship Louis put that in Span Â¬ said Lubbers the most of them ish for tho benefit of those that dont but thoy dont hang back now I understand mo reckon wo shall get all out of them Tho nephew did as rcqucstod that thoy can do Thats all Go forward now Mr Very woll Mr Hardy Whos at Hardy up anchor at onco tho wheel Tho four nogroos did not stir Dick Purvis sir Tho others had started but seeing Right again Woro well out of that something was about to happen tho harbor I should think they paused Quito outside sir Go forward I say I repeated tho Kcop her oast by north for tho pros Captain sternly ont Ono of tho negroes took asingloatop East by north sir in advanco of his comrades And I say Mr Hardy just sco if Wo hab been decolbed ho said thero is any life in that fellow on tho Bpotking in a thick volco and in brokon deck there 1 meant to shoot him English Dis bad ship dis unlucky straight through tho heart ami I think o four nob ship debbil in do ship I did bcr go in uml Put us ashore sab Tho mato wont and turned tho cum- Â¬ quick brous body over on its back A pool of Tho others heard this startling declar Â¬ dark blood had gathered on the deck ation with various feelings but every Ho is quite dead sir oyo was upon tho Captain Thoy saw Very good Now you will seo Mr Ids faco darken and his littlo eyes Hardy since this thing has happened fhino liko coals Ho stood motionless in port it would ordinarily bo correct ri a post his head slightly thrown to make a report of it to the United hack uid his right hand thrust Into States Consul and have tho body taken tho breast of Ids tightly buttoned coat ashore ask for an inquiry and all that Ho snoko low but thuro was u danger As things are Ill do nothing of tho ous rasp in Ids voice kind I wouldnt stay another day in Have thU harbor for a million Mr Ilmly get a pair of handcuff fliacklo that man and coulinu him be- - tho dook Bwabbnd up Mr Hardy and tho body taken below ami sewed kw tlmw tiny mi broad and water low muttering uinonj up In spare canvas with an hundred Tkftre wh tho junto darted to pound weight at tho heels and to fcw ftegrw Ny m wdff Tim bulnnea of tliu Might chuck It overboard The Captains f -- Captain Willis had not entirely dis Â¬ posed of his cargo of salted lish at Havana he had about a fourth of it still on board He had learned that thero was a good market for it at Nassau and he had resolved to take the Bahamas on his course home and dispose of this surplus lie had often sailed this course along the Cuban coast to Matanzas thence up the Bahama Channel Port Abaco and Elothnora and so out into Nassau was but tho North Atlantic two dayssail provided tho winds were what he might reasonably expect at this season But well as he knew the route we find him now with his charts spread out on the cabin table locating the many islands of this group and care- Â¬ fully examining tho various channels and passes It was Captain Willis boast that he had never lost a ship and certainly if care and study and good seamanship could avail he was not likely to Satisfying himself for the present about tho course he put away tho charts Looking out from the cabin bulls eye on the starbjard side he saw ten miles away over the sparkling waves the mountainous coast of Cuba Tho bark was bowling along before a southwesterly breeze he was at sea again he nliook ofT in a moment all disagreeable thoughts of the harsh but neeessary event of the morning and indulged in some pleasing reflections of the profits that he was likely to Unlocking a make on this voyago small locker in the sido of tho cabin ho took out two canvas bags and weighed them in his hands They were heavy they well might be since each was full of Spanish and Mexican gold lie carciuiiy replaced me uags pieces in the locker Tho bells sounding tho hour from the deck told him that it was now four oclock IIo remembered his promise to the mate to return in an hour As ho put on his hat to go above a thought of Louis occurred to him Ho had not seen him sitico tho tragic inci- Â¬ dent of the morning What could the boy mean by shunning him at such a time I1m conduct had been so strange lately that the Captain was seriously troubled by it Considerably agitated by thes o relleetions Captain Willis was about to go on deek when he heard a smart rap at the cabin door Tho mate entered in answer to his bidding he Well Mr Hardy -- any trouble said I was just coming up No particular trouble sir but somo things have happened that you ought to know Ive put the mulatto at the wheel and left Purvis to watch the deek for ten minutes till I could tell you tho Captain snfd Wait Hardy almost touching tho woolly head with You black the muzzle of his pistol fccouudrel you aro well known to us and I should servo you right by put ting a bullet straight through you Why should I not The man answered only b a stolid His grasp on the wheel look of hate relaxed and tho vessel fell off a point Keep her east by northeast or youre a dead man roared tho Cap Â¬ Youre an Isle of Pines pirate tain and youvo shipped on this bark to here tako tho plunder it Purvis Mr Hardy put on tho helm again irons Tho mulatto sullenly gave up tiio holm and yielded his wrists to the Tho maro marched him shackles forward before the muzzle of his pistol and down the ladder into the forohold All the crew saw it and tlieru were some black looks but uo man dared to lift up his voice In a few moments the mate returned with the intelligence that ho had con- Â¬ fined the mulatto below and had put on him heavy leg irons Captain Willis walked tho deck for half an hour with tho mate advising as to what should be done in the grave situation in which the ship was placed Every hour seemed to develop new and more imminent perils and what was yet to come no man could foresee It was finally agreed that both Cap- Â¬ tain ami mate should pass the night on deck and that one or the other must be constantly awake to superintend the watch and tho mm at the wheel Ill go below again and make somo said tho Captain and preparations he proceeded to do so Could ho have known what had transpired in his cabin in his absence something like despair might well have seized him LATE NEWS ITEMS Sir Charles Yoiuis author of Jim the Penman died suddenly in London a fox days ago Baron Favn the AmbassnUor from Italy to tho United States arrived at Washing- Â¬ ton the other day pardoned Thomas E The Pre3idcnKnight John A Brooks and Henry Patx of Arkansas convicted of mucder He was satisfied that rashness not malice in fluenced tho crime Tho Lovil Innh Union of Orent RrttnU lias dissolved because tho members wcje dissatisfied with tho governments Irish policy Nuinbora of tho lato Union UavaVj joined tlio Nationalists Three largo furniture linns of Boston have conceded the nine lmur day demanded by tho painters and polishers but tho others refused to comply and their men to the number of 100 quit worlr Ono midshipman and nino Olue jackcta of Her Majestys ship Bellcrephon wero more or less injured by the explosion of a rocket during a llrcworks display on board that vessel nt Quebec the other night Over twenty miles of the Southern Pa cific railway between Tucson and Benson Arizona lias boon swept away by a flood Full details of tho disaster are not learned Tronic will bo stopped for at least two weeks Augusta Kellogg who ran away from homo when but twelve years of age and after an absence of thirty throo years re-Â¬ turned to her homo at Bradford Paf last week to find her fiilhor three brothcrsand three sisters dead and her mother living in Nebraska It was supposed tho woman was burned to death in tho Chicago lire Commissioners Oberly and Lyman of tho civil service commission have for soma time been engaged in n revision in tho rules governing examinations in tliodopnrt ments Ono of tho propositions which thoy are undecided about is as to whether ornot thci should wipe out the feature in tho rules which prevents applicants over forty five years of age from hying cxamired und appointed A report has renched hero from Man chaca a placo about llftccn miles south- Â¬ west of Austin Tex that a band of train robbers wero overhauled and attacked by a sheriffs posse Tho robbers aro believed to be the same band that perpetrated tho McNeil train robberies some Flatonia months ago The sheriff of Manchaca and his men attempted to arrest tho robbers but tho outlaws opened tiro on the ofliccrs wounding one Two of tho robbers were fatally wounded At last reports the fight was still going Bherifi Kylo and a posse of this place have left for tho scene of the light Tho effort to prosecute tho Rev Olympla Brown Willis of tho Wisconsin Woman Suf fivrixs on a chtirgo of attempted Illegal voting at tho municipal election nt Racine Wis has been abandoned because womens votes wero accepted ns legal in other mu- Â¬ nicipalities in tho State Mrs Ann P Hendricks died nt Madison Ind the other day aged ninety Sho was the widow of ex Governor William Hen- Â¬ dricks who was secretary of tho first Con- Â¬ stitutional Convention of Indiana and was elected Governor in 1820 Boforo his term of office expired ho becamo a United States Senator Schedules in tho assignment of John M and Francis II Sladc comprising tho firm of lohn Slndo it Co dry goods commission merchants New York city show Liabili- Â¬ 1149 ties SSj7J7S VJ nominal assets SOTii actual assets 552SlSi J5 OT tho liabilities 470000 aro acceptances of Josiah Sons of Auburn N Y Barber Tho United States Consul nt Picton N S has transmitted to tho Stnto Depart-Â¬ ment the information that a dangerous and contagcous disease exists among horses and sheep in Nova Scotia and threatens tho whole of Cannda and may spread through tho United States Tho matter hns been referred to the Commissioner of Agriculture The bureau of statistics estimrto of the value of cotton exported during August past is 4 02835 against 3180050 in Au- gust lsSi For tho twolvo months ending August 1 1S7 cotton exports aggregated 44V i bales valued at iU47830 against 4ni17i bales valued nt 07Ull- A TTO fnt tn tttnltn innnrfin nrwlswl rfn mitt t av niu vittvw lituiutio uiiuvu 511 oil exports during August 185 Mineral past wero valued at 54 J813M against v3 77S105 in August liO The valuo or breadstuff exports from the United States during August pa3t was 18 3b2444 against tl311i8Sl in August 1SSIL It has boon decided to havo tho Mayor of Now York city gives the Hags to tho fire- Â¬ men that Mrs Cleveland declined to pre- Â¬ sent Gctzicn tho crack pitcher of tho Detroit baso ball club was presented by his friends tho other day with a three hundred dollar gold watch Mr William OBrien received 100 from friends in America tho other day Ho ha announced his intention of distributing thi amount among tho relatives of tho martyrs of Mitchollstown Tho Comptroller or tho Currency has declared a fifth dividend of ton per cent- making in all fifty per cent on tho claim proved of JG5i05 against tho Richmond National bank of Richmond Ind Tho master clgarmakers of Boston with a fow excoptions havo locked out over 1000 journeymen Tho trouble has been brow Â¬ ing since July Inst when tho Cigarmakcr Union objected to tho npprentico clause Hubert D Glynn a clerk in tho general office at Cnstlo Garden has rullon heir to tho major portion of StfOOOO lort by his undo a distiller at Covington Ky Glynn hns gono to Covington to attend his uncles funoral Tho Prcsldont hns pnrdoncd rotrlclr Lunahan of tho District of Columbia who was sentenced last year for assaulting hi brothor Tho pardon is granted on tha ground that tho prisoner has Buffered qufli ciontly und was guilty of no moral turpi- Â¬ tude Tho Navy Dopnrtuiout Is Informod that Roar Aflmlrnl Groan on August 1nt Log horn Italy In obedience to orders from Bee rotary Whltnoy rolloved Roar Admiral Franklin of tho command of tho European squadron Tho squadron Is now on Us wuj to Gibraltar Tho Clvlo iuards of JlrussoUi havo de- Â¬ cided not to accept tho Invitation to attend tho approaching military encampment Chicago becuuso the coiiimltteu having l churuu tho transportation of tho troops tended to ship tho in as second and tWlri class paiicnKors Â¬ 11 Â¬ j Quite right Mr Hardy Now out with it Well sir in tho irt place that mulatto You know tho story ho told about his being a green hand Yes Hes no moro a greenhorn than you are sir IIo tries to work slow and clumsy but every motion satisfies me that hes an old hand and knows every rope and spar in the ship I thought as much But that isnt all You know sir Im an old sailor and know pretty much every thing about sailors ways Ive boon in pretty much every sea and palm in tho South Pacific I learned all that But thero is more this is but a thero was to be learned about tattoo- Â¬ trille Where is his wealth I wonder ing I supposo I know all tho marks that sailors uso to distinguish each other Well sir tho mulatto rolled up his sleeves to tako tho wheel and there on his right arm above tho elbow was tho true Islo of Pines mark Great Heaven said tho Captain You dont mean that ho is a pirate 1 mean that ho has been one whether ho is now or not And you left him at the wheel Only long enough to como and tell 3ou what I had discovered Captain Willis snatched his revolver from the table Bring Come up at once ho said another pair of handcuffs with you Tako tho wheel yourself Tho Captain gained tho deck and strode directly to tho wheel His pis Â¬ THU CAPTAIN AND TIIK CONCEALED tol instantly covered the giant who In the conversations bet ween the Cap- Â¬ tain and his nephew ashore reference had been made to their occupying the cabin of the bark together This was true but not strictly cor- Â¬ rect Both had taken their meals in the cabin and sat there but the Cap Â¬ tain had a berth there while Louis slept in a little cuddy oil from it In his casual search for his nephew upon coming down after tho shooting of the negro the Captain had opened tho door and glanced into this cuddy It was dark nobody appeared to be there He had called Louis by name but no one answered Strange that the fellow acts so he What can ho be do Â¬ soliloquized ing forward But he was not forward nor any Â¬ where on deek IIo was concealed be hind a curtain that covered tire sido of the place The door was left ajar aim a little later the concealed watcher saw the Captain bring tho canvas sacks of gold to the cabin table He heard the ring of tho metal as the bags were put upon it lie heard every word that was spoken between the Captain and the mate When ho hoard their feet ascending the cabin stairs ho thrust aside the cur Â¬ tain and came out into the cabin Now was the man reealed In the seclusion of those few moments he ex- Â¬ ulted with a glee like that of a demon He clapped his hands he laughed ho patted the door of tho locker that con Â¬ cealed tho treasure His savage re- Â¬ joicing broke forth in sililoqry At last 1 have seen it I have found it He would not trust mo with his se- Â¬ cret 1 knew 1 should discover it 1 have discovered it Ho listened to tho footsteps on the deck He heard the heavy tread ot ihe Captain and the male He struck his forehead with nis j j I I I I I Ell wA held it WATCIirlt Whats manded your course ho do t- - fbNrNJBili wftB Jai- - little W44 Mkt itmi t4 U itar vm04 tho as ttaufik wv 4 Av Hy Vow i WfU iictl n nrtdty tWnk tlwHi follow KMW eK llHnlfH sir Kast by nouth Tho Captain glanced toward tho const In tho last ten minutes tho bark hail been approaching it though it was Ht 111 llo or six miles away lur vls should have seen tho change but tho faithful nallorhud thing himself ex hauKted on tho deck Tho mate onino up naw the changa h position at h glance ami with a loud or Um wm about to aimtcU tbtf wktf M MuliUtoii baud where does ho conceal it IIo talks sleep about it its hoarded romo where By Heaven Ill know where So tho strong ruling passion of tho man raged and possessed him in those Hero was the key of his moments ht range conduct oovetoiiiinoss 0f hj8 benefactors wealth and the do term uation to discover and seize it When tho Captains steps wero again hoard descending tho h talis InuU dart Â¬ ed Into the cuddy and cniiruukd Idw oU Mgaiu bohlud the curtain in his TO K COWIKUKUj - i- I m tha boat house Pcnolopo could hoar TEMPERANCE BEADING colwlJe poison Si prtferttM plainly all that was said water which chemical analytk SPENCER COOPER lubrtor Tho ladies wcro eager to know what to bo tho purest In Europe Hwy Ut A CHILDS TEAR ho thought of tho astounding Informa Â¬ rail at temporanco fanatics ruininf tion that had burst upon them that My home yes Its bright and cloan sir KENTUCKY AAZEL GREEN their health for an idea What a wo tell bow morning so thoy ignored his question ItAnd Ill my work it cumo to pass dor that wo llvo to recount tho dan- wasnt or doing nt all and one of thorn said sweetly Wo did gora through which wo havo passed Its all duo to that llttlo loss OLD SAWS IN RHYME not know wo Avoro to bo honorod by I was going straight down Yesterday wo mot anothor Amori to hell sir Tbo bottor tbo day is tho better tho docd professional assistanco last evening And all through tho curso of Uio drink can and tho Inevitablo tomporance Tho bltcr is oftentimes bitten indeed How I troatod poor Mary my wlfrt sir Mr Man in toplo coming up ovon iu Italythis Accidents happen in families best Arthur hit tho ground savagoly with Qod knows I cant bear to think gontloman said I am an abstainer Tis a very vllo bird that will foul its own nest his cane I havo seen tho statement I didnt know as I lovod hor at homo but used winos in South-Â¬ Till wild dark night in tho villago papor that Miss Vaughan When thofound hor lying sosho dlod A brain that is idlos tho devils workshop ern Europo from February to tho I cold and still and faro worse froth comes to the solo Co farther is an actress said he last of May This uso brought on a I brand it as And that now born child by hor side top When her turn came to appear be- Â¬ a base calumny vory uncomfortable rash or skin dis assuro all it is un- Â¬ Tho llttlo lass sho has grown air I Two cooks bettor havo than one doctor you fore tho crowded audience she walked true a lying story caso which still torments mo I havo This boy tolls mo Last Juno sho was eight yoars know quietly out upon the small stage and it is tho fabrication of a young man And what sho has been to mo sirold -abandoned all wines for tho last threo jjBoautys but skin deep his cako is all dough sang the soulful Can never on earth be told words of London stopping here Is ho present wcoks said ho and hope in duo timo Cheerful spirit toil sweetens all things have Bridge She felt in strango accord When a kid thero wns no ono to mind her No ono responded to his demand to got tho poison out of my system un end Willi its weird refrain Hut a ns lived Dover indeed had left in search of And shewoman given next door Do not infer that wino is tho only suro of a now cro you cut an old friend Bo boing to drink too Storm and sunshine pcaco and strife gayer scones on an early train causo of tho rash A f riond who was Lot her fall ono day on tho floor Dead mens shoes fit well circumstances chango Over tho bridge they go Arthur had caught a glimpso of a And cvor slnco the poor crontur cases suffering from this disense callod upon Floating on In the tido of life Practice makes perfect stern chaso n Ion woll known faco noar tho window of a physician in Naplos who is n pro-Â¬ minor no man snau Know Has been Inmo with it crooked knoo chaso is Who will miss them there to morrow the boat house and ho passed on to So Id often lift her up In my arms fessor in tho University of Naplos and Waifs that drift to tbo shado or sun To tako her ubout with mo wn nl it Jt makes all tho difference whose ox is gored a mombor of tho loading sciontifio so- Â¬ Cono away with their songs and sorrow Oror his head hangs Damocles sword With his words still ringing in her For I really loved tho poor mlto sir cieties of Groat Britain IIo told hor Only the river still Hows on And Surry along sorrow and song Bo quicker than lightning but not in a hurry ears words thai proved his faith in Was usher sweet llttlo oyes of blue not to uso any rod wine and to uso tho bluo nnd na bright as her motnors wor All Is vanity noath the sun A horso of a different color dont worry her she felt a sickening shanio as ho light whito wino only sparingly Sho And they looked mo through and through ehet and rags so the world wags camo near Bo suro that your sins will some day find you ropllod that sho used no wino nt all She dreaded the inter-Â¬ Ono night wns off Until the river no more bhall run I to tho publlo out Her tong aroused tho audience to tho view how hard her story seemed to Ah said ho somewhat surprised for Id boon drinking already two lato Toko always tho trick when you linger in doubt And Hook llttlo May to carry her highest pitch of enthusiasm they wore tell now ho assumed that sho used wino but Hut I couldnt walk iiulto straight Tis man who proposes nnd God who disposes enraptured by tho charm and passion As lie entered ho was startled at tho immediately added witli ovidont satis- Â¬ Find needle in hay stack his bed isnt roses in her rich full voice A storm of ap Â¬ paleness in her face the pained look in Oh daddy dont go sho whlsporod faction So much tho better This Hut quickened my drunken pace No roso without thorns glvo tho devil his duo plause burst forth when she had fin- Â¬ her eyes answer shows tho opinion of ono of tho Penelope ho said tender- Â¬ And I Isaid Not another word young un Six of one is of tother u half dozen too ished and only after a treble rendition ly do not griovc so best authorities in Italy upon tho neces Tis but a silly Or Ill glvo you a slap in tho faco Fingers worn uiado before forks fool or knave did her auditors reluctantly allow hor lie after all not a serious matter sity of using wino in that country Matches in Heaven are made a close shave I to leave the stage Arthur sho interrupted her voico I waj brutal sirwas know itthen It is only fnir to n that whilo al Â¬ Hut tho devil in rno Poets arc born and not mndc up to snufl A young man who had only arrived at auuimui iiuii IlIUl sirango most every ono drinks wino in Italy jiriuur And when ho gets hold of us with tho drink Sufficient today Is the ovll thereof We are only brutes not men the Hemlock inn that evening resolved tho story is true intoxication is less common than with I am au actress Who wont when ho may when ho will shall not to sit through tho rest of the enter- Â¬ Tho art I follow I learned with my And tho llttlo lass sho wor quiet us This is probably duo to tho weak Â¬ havo nay Hut ness of tho wino usod to tho fact that tainment mothers help it is our only support And It I folt a hot tear fall Experience is a dear teacher to pay seemed to burn my hand this weak wino is drank slowly at tho Ill pass tho time bettor walking I havo nothing else to confess nothing Though sho wiped it right Intoher sbawL V JJodijt m Uoodalla sm olt with tablo in connection with food aud to about thought he Queer go to else to conceal Straight Into my soul It entered tho lethargic life of tho pooplo of find Ada Adair hero singing under a She paused and then said slowly ADA ADAIR It melted my hnrdened heart Southern Europo and Asia But with Arthur I havo deceived you strange name I So I said J Ill go home lassie That night I made a uew start tho awakening of tho new national lifo So musing he lit a cigar strodo the should havo told you this long ago How an Actress Became a Cle- hall and set and tho increased activity of tho poo- Â¬ Now every morning and ovonlng forth upon a ramble Will you forgive mo rgymans Wifo I kneel nnd with heart slncoro plo in Italy drunkenness is on tho in Â¬ Darling said lie you stand upon through the village I bless my Clod for saving a soul crease Saloons without food but This soon grew tiresome Ho tho parting of two roads between Uy tho touch of a llttlo onos tear One glorious morning in midsum- Â¬ witli drinking bars and strong liquors yawned and stood for a moment un Â¬ which you must choose Ono leads to TKe Quiver mer two Indies were sitting in rustic aro boing introduced Instead of tho Shall lounging chairs upon a wide veranda decided whether to go on or not A tho old life the other whither DRINKING IN ITALY uso of wines proving a barrier against wc tread together tho new nath I sign opposite attracted his attention of the Hemlock inn strongor drinks under tho now pros The Adirondack Kaglo The soul An American Kxpnrlonco InNnplc lie crossed believe in you lovo you Tho younger a fair maid with dark and sure it opens tho door to them the road and looked through tho win Â¬ within your eyes tells you arc good Execs Otliur CltliM or Italy blue eyes and a wealth of golden hair dow Tho interior was lit up and some- Â¬ and true The past is gone will you Wo have been assured that thero is sivo drinkers nro increasing and nro gazed droamily out upon tho charming let mo make your future no liquor problem in lands wheio wino transmit ling depraved appotites to view a little lake amid the pine clad one was visible writing at a desk No need to question what her answer is native Tiio most thoughtful I wonder what keeps my colleague Wo havo oven been told their childron Adirondack hills calm and still iu a was Still for fear somo captious that tho use of Vino is a necessity and conscientious pooplo view with of tho pen up o nights thought tho glare of August sunshine alarm tho late incroaso of intompor Tho older lady held an onon news- - young stranger as ho entered tho oflico doubter might not bo content I re which wo would bo forced to recog Â¬ anco Whilo no evangelical church in papcr in her hand and had just read and walked leisurely up to its occu- Â¬ print a telegram that Hashed over tho nize when wo visited Italy Truth Ts Italy disciplines its members for mod wires next day to New York bettor than onos theories so wo camo in it this notice mystical to the unin- Â¬ pant George Garrirk Comet How areyou with free minds At tho samo timo erato drinking somo of tho most con- Â¬ said he lam Will Mr hereby resign from yourTheater itiated I company and from wo could not see Dover of tho New York Arbiter the stage Have how a chango of lo- Â¬ secrated Christians aro adopting total COMET TlIEATKIt CAM SEASON 18SG 7 written reasons Tho ladles and gontlemcn of tho company j nougat i n can ana see now your no- Â¬ cation could chango tho scientific fact abstinence and tho clearest headed ADA ADAIlt will assemblo in tho green room Monday ble bird is flourishing L Fitzpalrick in Savannah that alcohol is a poison or how alco- Â¬ say that tho liquor problom will yot August at ten a m for first rehearsal The person writing was a snndj--haireholic and therefore poisonous wine perplex Italy as well as England nnd Times Season opens September 0 W Bushford in N Y freckle faced country boy He could bo good for tho human system America Mn Gkohok Gaiuuci Manager Voice She realized sadly that tiie time had looked upon Dovers arrival as provi- Â¬ THE WORK BASKET in its normal state como when they must bid farewell to dential May 21 wo mot somo gay Amer Laborers and Temperance Articles this quaint mountain village and go Im glad to see you said he heart Useful niul Dainty Guntlomon for Doth icans in Naples who in a warm climato Inilles nnd back to tho toil and striving of tho city ily Im Bill Jones an Im left here Woolen fichus for cold weather arc and with summer advancing were Tho Cincinnati coopers havo socodod After tho blissful dalliance of a holiday to get out the paper all alone The very desirable and sometimes add drinking not only tho wino of from the Knights of Labor because tho it is not pleasant to think of returning editor is down with tho rheumatics greatly to a hurried morning toilet tho province but tho wino of various organization has been used to promoto to the burdon and worry of common Â¬ and thocomp has started off on a tramp Thoy are made somewhat in tho shape provinces of Italy and Gorman beer temperance among working mon nnd place labor But this was but a pass- Â¬ The page is short bout threo sticks of a scarf only pointed at tho back to Ono of thorn assured us that tho Na Â¬ tills tho coopers consider antagonistic ing regret there was a moro serious Say mister will you write something reach tho waist and long enough in ples water was very dangerous and to their interests This action reminds causo for dtsquietudo at this sudden to put in there Ive bin tryin for throe front to tio back about the waist if de- Â¬ that he had not lasted it since his ar- Â¬ us of tho story told of Tom Marshall hours an 1 cant but I kin set it up summons sired Tiio prettiest of these arc made rival He did not know that Nanles of Kentucky who was once stumping Dover consented so pleasantly that of soft merino cithor white crimson j has spent twenty six million dollars in for Congress against a man who loudly Mother suddenly said tho girl I will tell Arthur to day the true tho ink stained face of Ids petitioner or blue and aro finished with a deep tho last six years iu bringing tho purest boasted himself a son of labor Ho story of my life I havo done wrong beamed with smiles IIo quickly wrote hem of feather stich and a crochet mountain water into tho city from wns a cooper and so was his fathor boforo him Tho crowd was takan hv a report of tho concert bestowing lavÂ¬ edging of tho samo color Somo of springs forty miles distant in not telling him long ago ish praise upon all that took part iu it the warmest aro made of very heavy Her mothers face brightened Besides an old wine drinker tho day this appeal to its prejudices but Mar- Â¬ It will bo tho best to do so sliu replied Of Penelope Vaughan lie wrote Those blanket flannel and bound in bright before while pressing us to tako somo shall was equal to tho occasion Ho I am confident that it will make no who havo only heard her singing inane ribbon while oven plainer though Wine of the provincn assured us that said that ho disliked to say any thing difference in his feeling toward you topical songs orother burlesque dit- Â¬ very useful ones aro made of dark wine irom tno otiier provinces wns against tho gentlemans father but ho while should some accident discloso ties can not rcali the depth of fool Â¬ canton flannel IIo said Naples trusted that ho would never again A yard and a half of badly adulterated that you arc on tho stage the discov Â¬ ing sho displayed in tho simple En- Â¬ material thirty inches wide will mako is tho most fertile wino district in boast about his being a cooper becauso ery that you have deceived him may glish song For her own s ike wo ad a full sized ono Italy Wino brought in from other it only mado moro ovidont tho fact that vise her to give up pink tights and de Â¬ mako a sorious breach between you Dainty littlo opera or party wraps provinces must pay tho cost of trans Â¬ tho old man had put a mighty poor Then dear 1 will tell him all as vote her talents to a higher irrado of aro now made at a trifling ovnense portation nnd an import duty and yet head in one of his whisky barrols Tho soon as he comes A pretty ono for a young lady is made it is sold nt tho prico of native wine joko took Marshall was ro olectod I expect him to performances Bgum Im obliged to ycr said out of a piece of whito eider down How is this possible without largo adul and tho son of labor was loft at call every moment Indeed you can not defer it any tho faithful neophyte as Will finished cloth two yards square This is lined teration i We conveyed this cheery in- Â¬ homo to repair his damaged head a longer rejoined her mother rehear- Â¬ I get tho form on tho press lo niirht with thin rosc colorcd silk the fluffy formation to our gay American friends best ho might Intomperaiito is un Â¬ an I kin kick oil tho hull edition by sido left out and is bordered with and assured thorn that they had proba Â¬ questionably tho greatest ovll that sal on the 30th only a week ahead At this instant a cheery voice ex- Â¬ breakfast time swans down Ono sido is formed bly taken moro poison into their sys Â¬ working mon tho world over havo to Will Dover walked slowly back to into a hood This is done by doubling tems already than ten years uso of contend against If a cooper because claimed Good morning ladies and Arthur Marvin stopped upon the bal- Â¬ the hoi el elated by tho consciousness tho sido to tho center and measuring Naples water would havo given them of his vocation deems it his interest to Two or threo days later wo wontinto ally himself with onemics of tomper cony Tho blush that came into the that ho had done a good deed off a half yard down each sido from Many of the concert organizers were it A wide pink ribbon or an olastic tho country iu company with our wino nnco ho only thoroby shows himself a young girls checks told clearly that assembled upon the porch of tho Hem- Â¬ which is better forms this into a hood drinker from Naples Itov Arthur Marvin was tho ho of Ho carried whisky barrel witli a mighty poorhoad Boston Budget lock Inn ou the following niorninr about tho face and a ribbon is also along somo of tho puro native wino ho tho preceding conversation when Bill Jones appeared yelling in fastened about tho neck ot tho hood had pressed us to use a fow days bo Ho had como to Homlockvillo two What can missionaries in Africa ox years before in an endeavor to repair finished newsboy stylo Heros yor A largo bow of pink ribbon orna- Â¬ fore Wo decided to go to a country house to cat our lunch in order that pect to accomplish when Christian Full account of tho grand con- Â¬ ments tho top Eagle by a long rest tho ravages closo and as nations continuo to supply whisky and Novor did journalistic enter siduous application to his studies had cert A slipper and glovo bag to go with wc might meet thn farmers and get a rum in unlimited quautitios Tho glimpso of peasant lifo Tho peasants wrought iu his constitution Being prise moet with a quicker return Bills such a cloak is made out of pink satin stock was soon sold out and ho hurried lined with whito canton flannel and readily admitted us and in tho socia- Â¬ statistics show that during a singlo successful iu his quest for health and year thero woro sliipped to tho west finding too that tho word ho taught back to tho oflico for a new supply bordered with swans down Thcso bility of tho lunch our friond brought coast of Africa from Germany fell upon willing ears he had perma Â¬ Tho roading of the roport created a littlo bags aro very useful as well as out his bottle of wino nnd treated tho gallons of rum nnd from Great Threo or four of them nently settled in tho village as rector great sensation Pcnolopo Vaughan ornamental and save tiio loss of many peasants Britain 002828 gallons from tho of the Episcopalian church a burlesque actress Scandalous ex- Â¬ fans handkerchiefs and gloves A tasted tho wino and passed it on to United States whisky and rum to tho others but not ono drank It We Until tho advent of this fair maid claimed the ladies A chorus of I tiny comb and powder puff pins and a into his life ho had boon indifferent to told you so arose The guests gath Â¬ needle nnd thread can also bo carried thought tho peasants recognized tills amount of 921 112 gallons All tho city and country holies alike but from ered in a largo circlo and all talked at in thorn and how useful aro nil of thcso pure wino ns vory superior and hesi Â¬ churches in tho threo nations could not ovorcomo tho dovil inclosed in tho momont ho first behold her ho folt once every ono who has been to a ball or tated to drink much of so costly nn thoso shipments Public Ojiinion article But when our friond urged that horo was a woman ho could love Penelope tho unconscious causo of party can easily testify Throughout tho happy months of her all this perturbation wns sitting with Â¬ Tub various computations of tho The nowest shaving cases aro mndoof them to drink tho farmer roplied Your wine is not pure Lot mo bring amount spent yonrly in house upon the shore velvet or plush in tho shape of a vacation as thoy drovo along tho in a little boat this country littlo And our on liquor nro very ourious shady roads rowed over tho lake or of tho lake At frequent intervals book brown and dark grcn aro tho you somo of my wine Ono strolled on tho picturesque paths that sho glanced along tho road for al- Â¬ favorito colors and tho nnmo of tho friend admitted that tho peasants wino speaker at a tempornnco mooting at bordered it thoy told again tho old though sho would not havo confessed owner s embroidered in Id English tasted vory different from tho puro Brockton Mass tho other night as Â¬ old story that is forever now tho ro it sho was waiting for Kev Arthur script on tho outside Tho insido is wino he had urged us only a fow days sorted that from tiio sum spout every mnnco of tho liking of young hearts Marvin lined with satin of somo bight color before to drink Tho farmer consoled yoar on liquor a thousand ono Mrs Vaughan was tiio widow of au Presontly sho saw him advancing and tho shaving is of crc un color or our wino drinking friends by assuring dollar gold pieces might bo put on actor and Penelope her daughter rapidly toward tho hold His appear Â¬ pure whito tissuo highly perfumed A them that tho peasants seldom put any each word in tho Bible nnd that ovon Was an actress at tho Comet Theater ance alarmed her ho walked fast and long pustoboard box to hold tho aor thing moro than water into wino then thero would bo 50000 to spare tho homo of burlosquo whoro sho at times shook a stout cauu violoutly the strop and other inplomouts is before carrying it to their city But ovon ou this sup- Â¬ was known as Miss Ada Adair None iu tiio air with liorco gesticulations covered to eorrospo d Mid has tho customers It is announced that tho superin Â¬ position Americans visiting Naplos tendent of the Schuylkill division of of tho boarders iu tho Hemlock inn Ah ho camo nearer hho saw ho was in a monogram in gold on the outside N tako a beverage uhoift half of which tho Heading railroad has directed tha Beside him ran Bill Y Journal oro awuro of this nor did Arthur violent rage comes from some country well which summary dismissal of any man who la know It As wo havo soon IVnulopo Jones tho printers boy may havo been rocolvlng impurities reported to have been seen drinking liwl determined to toll him nt tho flrt Arthur slopped before thn veranda A hnllstouo with a nucleus of gyp from tho house or barn for a hundred even a singlo glass of beer or spirit Is Mr William Dover huroP ho do opportunity um probably sucked up In a watei Atlur had only tlmo to say n fov itinudcd From whoro sho uat within pout full in a rocont shower In Fruiicu ycafi whilo tho other half contains nl- - uveu when off duty VkrUtim UnbH Â¬ d Hazel Geeen Herald words about tho concert that was to take place that evening and then ho was obliged to loavo them 1onelopo was forced to await another occasion to discloso her secret Tho guests of tho Hemlock inn had hired tho village hall for that night and announced a grand vocal and instrumental concert for the benefit of Mr Marvins church Penelope who never sam in thn lintnl nnon as tho other ladies did had surprised tho managers by offering to sing a - AV r - c tMI -- ft is 1 A i i rj a r s - n H- - e L fg -- - i w r Jbar t- - mmtHmmttn it n iiHiHTIi - hmjv - wmuirrxnDaam W urmnryszx2tnzn7KrvrenrrttrrTirtsnm r nn Hazel Queen Herald PUBLISHED BY SPENCER COOPER l f- JePfe - Subscription jywrnqwfWHrwMUwni - Mmoy to Accompany ho Niimc SI a Year i J5rt if t fPENCEU COOrER Editor KY ntmuwminmvw Friday 4VWMWMMV HAZEL GREEN IKS October 14 1887 fVH - V jv it J s I t V Tho neighborhood of White Oak in Morgan county is just now in tho midst mC an opidemiu of dysentery which has llecn pronounced flux by tho local phys icians and a great many deaths from Elsewhere in this issue U arc reported rtf Tin Ukuald wo republish a remedy fyv this dread disease which we believe will provo cflienciouaif it is used in time Wc published the same cure on the 20th of July last and those who tried it fpund it cflcctivo Wo have no hcoitan in paying that had others done so cj many lives might have been saved And now as it is never too late to do good wc hope all who are fortunate enough to be Bubrcribers to this paper will cut this remedy for the flux out and preserve it for future reference A subscription to a paper and the careful perusal of it each week not infrequently save3 the subscriber many dollars in drug but it also prepares him against the prevolencc f danger in disease and sometimes saves from death the loved ones of an entire Tju Iikaii isarguveyed household to all that will prove beneficial to its hundreds of subscribers and seldom miaaee a chance to publish anything of interest to or for its multitude of readers To tako it therefore is to save mure than tho price of subscription each year by tho advice in its columns to say nothing of tho news it contains upon all tio important topics of tho day and we wonder indeed thatevciy mountain homo irt not supplied with a copy of it each week You reader speak to your neigh bor about tho importance of this subject and get him to subsciibo the fiwt timo bo comes to town Â¬ join in tho new crusade against idleness and old fogylsm Tho result of this thorough interchange of opinions and exchange of suggestions It will serve must bear grand returns to quicken in every city town and ham Â¬ let in the State the spirit of progress Every delegate will return to his home to tefl what he has heard and to impress upon his people tho necessity of constant nnd co operative work upon the part of every citizen in the task of building upt a great State The htate preps will receive full reports of the conference and they will assist in spreading the gospel of untiring and united effort Kentucky has resoums that should call to her from all quaiters of tho world the immigrant tho artisan the laborer the farmer and the capitalist tie jilfeilp I iigii lis Si Manufacturers of Best English Steel Circular and Long ALSO V muh in j Files Gummors Swages Emery Wheels Leather and Gum Our Circular Suvi siunil nt tliu lwrul of lio market on Uuir turrit in otkntaunliicri touirlineis ami elasticity of tiMiipiM rnl qtinllty f steel Also ii full line or I rcini istimt iun in am k ot our oun importation Work lullj wananti Befc SAWS for SPECIALTY LARCS CJRCULAR Pi ires Send A Trice List with and at IlocL Itnttom l Ueht Miscount V Day Ilazrl irin Ky for iiiw work or saws for repair will be promptly forwarded tout ffil All orrtr sent to J T Thoy can nil find a virgin field here for and will luivi- our best intention ray41y wpLf vxmm eviw mm their nuwle their brains or their money mmJH9iKrr mi rot rv It is the duty of every citizen to adver- Â¬ ft tise these innumerable advantages to the To overy perwm who will send us 9 ini world and to endeavor by every honora i I i in SKMF 9 Ksa K blo means to further the interests of conn anu nine huu eriuers w wm wim Tin Herald one year free Kentucky It is a big tnsk but systematic intelli- Â¬ Get yonr blanks at this ofFiee Jind you gent and industrious work will accom- Â¬ will save money I am now receiving New Goods and my stock of General plish what the Commercial conference lias begun so satisfactorily Louisville Merchandise is now complete consisting of Dry Goods No Â¬ Commercial 9 7 Vine and 363 Water Streets CINCINNATI d ma slea i FRESHAND mnnnAB i l OLEANU muvyi The Industrial and Commercial con ference which has been in session in HAZEL GEEEN Louisville the past few days has done more to present tho wonderful resources of Kentucky and to write the word Welcome over the gates oT tho State than any other event that has yet hap pened The papers prepared and read liefore the conference were clear and con cise presenting the resource and advan Â¬ tages of the different sections of the M0RDAY A08BST iSili 1887 Stato by able gentlemen who wre per- Â¬ sonally familiar with the subject and KgNew clean large well all in all it was an important meeting for Kentucky one that will bccoiidueivo of great good and will aid largely in vcnlilatcd buildings furnish Â¬ stimulating the spirit of industrial enterprise nnd progress already aboard ed with new improved school in the state Frankfort Capital WJM t Â¬ Â¬ Fall Term Begun I propose to sell them Cheaper for Spot Oasli than ever h afore known in this market waiitll on me and yon can Save Big- Money Ill - tions Ladies and Gents Boots and 8hoes Ifats and Caps Quocnswaro Hardware Groceries Drugs Saddlery Mid n variety of articles too numerous and too tedious to mention QB WwwmimtMJiimwiMMivmmmTmti9irmmJLaiiKwmcvitMMmwM divide profit with you w fii SWANCO 1 Â¬ Kick Headache and a sensation of op- Â¬ pression and dullness in the head are very commonly produced by indigestion morbid despondency irritability and Foil Ooros Goiiipsient Teacimrs over sensitiveness of the nerves may in a majority of ca es be traced to the same fcsaLuitioH Board and In Â¬ cause J II McLeans Liver and Kidney Halm ami lillcts will positively Ilctisonji- Sold by G 1L Swango JIazel cidental Expenses erne Green furniture Jr STATE NEWS Miss Thorese Blackburn who has ever been so great a favorite in Washington society will be married on the 19th inst The to Mr Steward of Cincinnati wedding will take place at the home of sailles Ky and will be largelv attended Already 1200 invitations Imve been issued and guests are expected from far and near to witness the nuntials of tho Senators attrictivo little daughter who has for several years so graciously dis persed tho hopilalities of her fathers house while in uaihington city able n isv- Tho article on tho first page of this issue headed Efficiency of lrinters was cut from wo boliove tho nil Louisville Commercial sometime bust iror further information call on or address Hazel Green Academy Go Hazi l E3TAHUSHKD 1837 HIinownoarlysB ycan ico mis meaicino was oirerwl m S ruincJy for Worms nnd from that tlmo lti v Vitf rnntntlfin hnn aIpiiIIIt liinnfuufi until nt thu I iiscut iliiv It Is tt line t on ttTMtlU Hfkliowliilutil - throtiuhoiit limtrlt till nnrtn of tho world to Ihi tlio unn orm C infttctioin nmilo mor for tin- puros of pit hkiiih tlio pulntu than of ovt rcominiiT Uib rrei in n muty ilijiiiyo liaTc ln on nini ufuotjrrd Rl r ih- - puntr hut thi lr shrt lunso of life Is ncaily ixIhiih1i1 ant 11 A KulinotnclH VuriutfiiKi continued to Rrow in favor it illy Chililrtn often look pult and fnklj from no ntlnrctnpli n irornn in h nn nro most fn qm ntly tlio result of tlieso lilJdcn kaicrs and mine r When thn nro IrrltAlilo and fiiTi mftimts trnvinj food and ratlnir ravenously naln rcfUMiitf wlioltondlfct toslnu rt ctlehsly iu sKiP v iat nx aiidgilndinn the tcttli then bo aured tlieso tyniptoma are Indications of Menus ffl K5E23 Manv a hnlplons child lirv boon I ill the iravo when tlio ilUt 1140 which cnusfd rJjrrri ya CjCi i J 7 its flpftth haH l4in on ttiily iiilsudfrtfoii and when worms havo really hconthocauP Ithas bocn proved hi yoml ravll thntJtorrM exNt In tho human ayiciii fpimcarlii Jtlnfanoj tlicreforo parents especiauy Tnomera who nro more ronmanuy mn inoirrnuuren ctnnofcuc uiuuuiurviniai iiiujirst symptom or tcormti ot fuirely as they exint they can h vijeiy anu upetauy reinoveii ironi mo jiioni ihlicnte infant b tho timely uo of II A Fahnctocla VcrmlfiiM IhMciani do not heyitato to recommend it and uwi It in thoir p aetiee nnd many of tho moit eminent of tlio profcHt in rroin HilpurtMof tho country tontlfy to Its unifurwi hucuM In fuet It novor folio It ha fro quentl tieon Klven tochllilren as n nafo pnrent lve notiippctlntMliv eausoof tlio llliiesn nnd lnrfrc rjitntltlrs of iriiiHroilUfhnrjil and iiimpllati relief atfonlftl Cin ut caution mutlioiiiicd by miiry puivhan r to liehiorn ludtf- - m onuwuio and toiixnmliipvrry bottlo ho hu of it Tho ultnplo namo of lAHvrTOCK h not until iunt Ho rmut lov k closely and carefully to mx that tho itutlal3 aro B A TAlutESTocs and bo satis ilfil with iitilhlmr il a Nkw IniKKUt nowinn Co Mo CAinmwaK JlD 1 V Schwartz it o lHtttburg Pa IlaTlnc mpd thu orifflna1 D A Fohnostock Verm Grntltmrn I haveiiood somoof that most excellent fUKO In my pfactico for many yean 1 have do hesi rrniptlv I A FiUinaat oiks Virmlfuiri nnd found It to have thtideired effrtt 1 think your verralfugo can tancy In recommending It as a remedy which Is toft reliable and tfilcient lnallcaxeiiwhero n Vermifuge it Uol safely builmiwned with In any family TIIOS II HANDY M D ncoded J ii iiuuumf m v io jrstYC RUCCHSSORS TO AVE SCHWARTZ CO Solo rropnewrs Pittsburg A DDflfAnNSlua8Q oi 1 1 1 tjr nnnRaBsPflFi ft7yZb Hil A i m mt mm iq Mr Mir Â¬ S Fohno3tocU i imi lira iiw iwminii Cot i ra irfn iiwimmw hwiii rmiihirifi i iirt nr ii I II iLlilJ of W Iio J -- i - rr n tv year but it contains so many truths trite and time tried that wo reproduce it and recommend its careful perusal to tho merchants of Eastern Kentucky A word to the wise is generally speak ing sufficient and if so with regard to the advico contained in the article referred to our merchants all and everyone throughout Eastern Kentucky should avail themselves of the opportunity afforded in Tin Hkuaid by perusing tho course of Mr Wanamakwi and fdlingjthcir coders with cash Mr Wan amakik is only one of thousands who havo formed plethoric purses through tho profits arising from a judicious use of printers ink and what is more nearly every one of them dato their advent to a well displayed advertisement in tho country paper A majority of theso Â¬ her father Senator Blackburn at Ver- Grepti Wolfe connto Ky 3Iy dear I dreamed hut night that you were an Angel mi m 1101 liiiou What is that a tign if 1M 3 I monoy kings commenced business in small towns in a small way and depend ed exclusively on tho county paper to start them Thoy havo got there Em and you may too if you will do like wise Â¬ Â¬ k ii i jt Nr now looks like lion Tom Stuaut is tho coming man and Winchester tho coming town The Democrat of that placa last wcok published a boom edition i which was profusely illustrated with cuts of public and privato buildings and pjcturesof two of her distinguished citi ens lion T G Stuaht and Hon John GAUNnn The paper was filled with portaining to town and county iattor IWM It if ki rp 1 PH Ti 1- V 1 V r A J - rr Ilius Albumof Wpgraphy and Art has been received aud it is ono of tho handiest books for rcfcrcuco wc over saw If is olegautly hound and in iU tyix ETC graphical nppcarancc is tho most unique dations substantially laid in past Tho magistrates of Bath county havo apecimen of the art preservative wo over AND DEAMIIS IN submitted the proposition to subscribe wiw 150000 to tho Paris Frankfort and SADDLERY HARDWARE Tho election will Georgetown Kailroad 72S and 730 W Main St You ahould avoid aH medicines which ha held Saturday November 0th cuso you horrid griping pains they Gov Buckncr refuses to interfere with LOUISVILLE KY destroy tho coatings of thoatomach and tho sentence against John J Cornelison may make you an invalid for15fe tho who is serving a thrco years scntenco in ar Rerresentcil u lv HOB NUNN15LLY niild poWor isvtho best Dr J lis Mc the Mt Sterling jail for an assault upon iuy Leimtr Littlor Livornnd ICidnnv PHM the late Judge JvtcliarU Kom wJUrcaro chillsnnd fover hiliousnes etc Bev James A Munday tho Georgia 215 cent a vial Sold by G B Swangp ovangolist has begun a series of meeting llazel Gnon llisellbrts nt Harris theatre Louisville will be directed in tho main to tho re Kentuckys New Caroor clamation of fallen women MAYTOWN KENTUCKY Tho Commercial conference closed nt At Paris Court last Monday broke tlo Gait JiQUjwlastniglit in tho discus sold from H0 to ZWQ suckling sion- - oR8 engugidg ii banquet as one mules WOOL CARDING But few cattle mules from 2f to 0 could wish to hold couvcrsu with For on tho market Good horssa were in fair the past thrco days tho representative demand men of Kcutycky havo been putting John Piorce ft member of the Turner Doqo promptly ami In workmanlike man iiito pornmncnt literature tho interesting gang in Boll county while resisting arrest n er tory of the resources of thoir respective lcWlitlo Tho papora read hnvo boon of last Thursday who hot nml mgrtiilly ElQixr a practioHl olmracttr and their stability wounded m bwi iuvAMd hy the eUndinx of TUcro aro flfty four prlsoncro in tho i mM wko have prJMred thm Kach lUchmoud jail llvu women ono baby ftPor mile cljosj for enih Come nnd W W MANKER stole hut sent iU Iftudinz Uwver mor nlncteon white men and thirty negro wow UHHHr WMtr or ftroMQUivC Vu to mpu tho earth and gvidironed all of Europo and most of America with their steel Weekly tracked roads now have their eyes fixed Will bo sent to any address one year for on China and Hast em Kentucky which 0NLYONLY places seem to be the only ones in all the world not having yet learned the impor tance of railroads in developing the In order to tieeoimnodnte our jititrom we resources and building up tho commerce have made arrunjcniiiitH by wbii h wc pan of a country Richmond Climax furnish TllK 111 HAM and NEW YORK William Yatuncter a farmer near WURLO tif ether with HubscnberH choice uiott liberal picmiums Strawbery Station four miles south of of the WORLDS following valuable booka eoiisitfttiij of the N railroad was on the L Louisville TJ S shot by Win Bowles his neighbor aud Will do the business tor you fcokl and guaranteed hy Friday night and died Sun T F DAY Hazel Green Ky day afternoon from tho cilects of the wound The shootintr done aooarentlv M BRO Ezel Ivy in self defense occurred uL Bowles house All for the unjirecodcntcdly low price of J N VAUGHN Cauipton Ky where Vanmctcr while drunk had cone and renewed a domestic quarrel Stentiscfcy The retail jirit o of either of thee books in Marshal Nixon of Owingsville Ky is 200 and they cannot be had tor lesa The Nnw Youk Woiun is the leading armed with a requisition upon tho GovDemocratic aper of tho Inited States and ernor of Kansas left last week to bring as a family paper it hft3 no rival its circulabacklohn Ferguson who shot Boe Myers tion beintf more than double that of any in Bath county last spring Ferguson other paper on the American Continent since the bhooting has been a fugitive 0 Thoso vho deHirc to take advantage aud recently bobbed up serenely nt Sa- Â¬ of this liberal oiler Hhouhl call oil or ad The dress the Tin IIukakd at once line Kansas cash must accompany every order with 10 Â¬ AtMi meeting of tho Board of Direc- cents extra to pay postage on book tors of tho Louisville Exposition held CALL AND SHE TIIK ROOKS Oct 1st it was resolved that in conse qence of bud weather and small attend J L DunlapllJ H unluplWG Barrett ance of visitors tho Southern Exposition of 18S7 bo closed from and after that date until further older ot tho Jtoard Cynthiana Democrat Kentucky is reproached because of her slowness and Wholesale Manufacturers of her lack of energy but her growth has Now wo boon steady ami substantial are ready for tho infusion of a new spirit of enterprise which will build on foun Â¬ Â¬ The railway builders having girdled if Tiff ill 200 - was his unpoetic answer A foul stomach Ieople who have no such pleasant night visions and awake feeling as though they had had no rest nervca all unstrung wondering What on earth IB tho matter with mc would bctu r talce some simple treatment in TIME Perjons will neglect themselves and put oil treatment until their health is gone What would you think of the authorities of a great city with its miles of sewerage to take away the filthy accumulations of streets and alleys allowing the aeverage to ehoke up and spread contagion and poisonous gases lrom decaying Yet your course is just as UNWI8E The matter to blight that city by disease human body is well provided with all that is necessary to carrying off tho unclean and you alow it accumulate and decompose bringing all manner of ills to tho flesh An old Chinese proverb is Keep your feet warm your head cool and your Make a memorandum of this and try it and if you dont keep well bowels open is no truth in the world there Mn-in-la- w Â¬ History of the History of England Everybodys Guide Two Dollars a Year J J PIEKATT And a General Stores Eastern Â¬ Â¬ TRIMBLE BROTHERS Â¬ lflM Wl ft Â¬ W DUNLAP BROSKKk MT STBBLING KY SADDLERY Respectfully Invite the Mountain Merchants to Examine their Stock HARNESS and Prices beiore purchasing D3SK2 Wm 1 3 I S3 HAZEL GREEN KENTUCKY 1 Majtowii Â¬ 1 o W hoSesale and Retail Largest Stock Lowest Prices - Grinding and Sawing - ifi Jji Heavy invoices arriying- daily and stacliS upon sLacKs oi gooas to meet every department of trade Sleal Live Stock Country Produce and SclipoU Lumber Claims received in trade on notes accounts or1 Feed and ZT F vAx merciiandise Rtft ib 9 r m r ft A Mrs Samuel Swango of Stillwater whoso L e Jtx6ZjLy illness has been reported In Tub Herald from time to time for severnl weeks vmst w Manufacturer of MTrHrTrTTTr r died on Friday morning- - lost oP typhoid fovcr ngud The deceased was a sister of FuH Grade Judge Kash of the county Dr J M and Jos M Ksqr of this plncc and mother of Mrs McGuirc and Mrs Hose both also of this place Together with the afilictcd ones ratfrilHM w above mentioned she leaves five sons to AND DEALER IN M 11 C Kash Willie mourn her death and OvertouSwsngo To all of them we cnd c condolence in their distress The Lord will ho merciful to them in their sorrow and the WINCUESTEKKY wife and mother has only gone before to prepare a home for them when they hae Satlsfacrf fulfilled their mission and arc prepared to tion in Crado and enter iu Husband daughter sous He bids all you bury your grief and so live that jou too may find an abiding place with Him 11 for Eastern Kentucky are V for ALL GULLaN k V MILLSolo Agents and carry n largo sup- Tho burial services were held on Saturday 1 rP At W H FLOUR KFItllS ltOLLEIt last and a largo number of our citizens ply ot tin Jollowmg iiranils iTRlTrriON wnent i xtract wiiitj- j itAiuratcni jiouer uttended the obsequies nearly all of them Maonoua Roller Fancy Silver Lake Roller Family Glour Superfine upon which aG Cm being relatives The funeral sermon was they will quote prices and deliver at Hiurel Groeu or Rothwell Station uww Mqi nn yit mtiaowwowwi prenohed by llev A F Erb Klkius Hannah Moore and Relic Spencer On last Saturday morning in Menefeo of this place attended the eleven oclock county John Lyons shot and killed Harrison service nt Rear Pen today and report a nice Jones Tho two men wero noighbors and tune and good sermon Some of the boys WHOLESALE DEALERS IN brothcis-in-laand hnd a dilHculty about are real good drivers and manage to hit u proposed marrlagu between Lyons son stumps and stones in a way that is astonishand Jones daughter Our information is ing George Shnekelford and Grant Sprad taiKccfoi e4 that on the morning in question Jones met ling retarded the homeward progress of up with Lyons and accused him of treachery some of the parties by stopping to kill a in regard to the matter Angry words en- snake and teirapiu which wero moving sued when Jones drew liis pistol nud at very peaceably along the road AND- tomted to shoot Lyons who knocked it up Mrs Lucimhi Evans has just returned and it fired in the air Lyons immediately from tho Kentuoky River where she has drew his pistol and shot Jones through tho been visiting her daughter Mrs Row man head killing him instantly The opinion Osoar Hall of IJael Green moved into seoma to prevail that Lyons only acted in our midst last week THIRD HA0E Is UNION STREETS Wo extend u hearty self dofunse Jones is said to have been woloomo to Mr Hall and family Rrx drinking when tho difficulty occurred The Grand Jury of Nicholas county aOly Campton is still enjoying the niiireh of has returned twciity fivo itidictnitiita Tho court house igtinia violators of tho local option law JAMKS P FA NT progress and improvement with Tin is looming up and bids fair to be one of the The Prohibition Amendment to Tonn in the mountains T handsomest structure F Stamper and A F Uyrdnre just complet pssooh Constitution was defeated lust ing new dwellings S S Combs is putting week by u majority of nbout 15001 the finishing touches to his new hotel and nfrri4Tttf onKtMnraui we hear it hinted that Capt W L Hurst is thinking of replacing the unsightly building DlCALRRS IN on the old Timmonn corner with a handsome rim Glovks Etcbrick house besides many other improve Pvca S3 ft ments that wc failed to catch on to Now Corner Potirl ami Vine S3 if somebody will buy the vacant lots iu the Ry v rtue of Iixps tine tlio Stlici itr if center of tlto town and eicct some good Wolfe county for the earn ISmI 7 I or one of CINCINNATI O business houses thereon Campton will be mv deputies will on MOXPAY THE 7T1I ahead of anything iu the mountains DAY OF NOVEMBER hS7 between the Will always bo found ready to nttend to thehours of 10 oclock A M and I oclock P wauls of tho patrons of the house Thauk ful for past patronage you are invited to The Iluzei Green baseball team will leave M at the court house door in Wolfe counU call the today Friday for Salycrville where they Ky expose to public sale to the highest Jim and nee us when input city nnd llnclc Fant promises to on hia best good bidder for easli in hand arc to play a match game with the Salycr- erty or much thereof as the following prop looks when waiting upon you nfl Out uiav be necessary ville team Saturday to satisfy the amount of the Taxes due afore said nnd costs to wit 6 II Dean Kile Pollard Tho claims allowed by the Wolfe county 175 Acres of land listed in tho name of I S T Cuudill adjoining tho land of L M Court of Claims lost Monday for the ordinaDistrict Importers and Wholesale Dealers iu ry expenses of the county amounted to Day 1inAcres of No 2 listed 21 land iu the immo of the sum of 2072 Malctha A Little adjoining tho land of Elsberry Little in District No 2 Tho trial of John Lyons for killing Jones 100 Acres of laud listed in the ilninc of began at Frenchburg Wednesday Ashtiry Rack adjoining the land of Roht Hack in District No 2 Also school tux of Our Stook Saloa 25 cents on each 100 worth The stock falcB at this place Wednesday Douse and lot in Daysboroiigh listed in attracted it very fair crowd to town The the name of Thos V Ruskirk sales though not as good as they have been T CENTER in tho past was very good considering the Shoriir W 0 dry weather und scarcity of grass There were several sales made that we failed to Northwest corner Pearl and get but the following reported by Auction Walnut Streets eer Pieratt will show the run of prices AND G W Lnunis 5 steer G0 00 i JCH U i i Kajtrru Kentucky than tiny paper in the m 4iiu mciviiuiiH uuu UlllCrii WIMHlljp o ictiro the trarle ot Kjwtorn Kentucky will H1 M Slid it Til AIlVKItTllNO MKUICM advcrtinomcnH 7ri rent an inch first iiiHPrtum JLi cents an inch fur tacit subsequent inscrtion ST A N l INO A V V KKTISKM KNTS UO 1 inch yuur inches yearjn00 2 inches 1 year U 0D fj inches 1 year 17SO j inchoa I year 1200 6 inches 1 year 2000 n rates on larger u1 eitiaemcnte local notices 6c a line with 5 per cent oil for lone time fcguMarrlugo and death notices free tri butes of reaped unci obituaries 6 cents a lino t8 Announcements of candidates for State or District nflicci 10 County offices 3 calls on persons to become candidates and their answets 5 cents a line Payable invariably in advance nume will lie ont red upon the Subscription Hook until puid for and all Mibiwriptinnn are stopped at expiration of time paid for notice of which will on the be indicated by i margiu in front of your immc A prompt renewal only will insure its innliiiuincc 1 1 1 Â¬ Â¬ Ifnsa larger irculation in the mountain oj a SttiiALB a ii i Advoriloing Rates J Wc wis purchase from 100 to 250 busliolh of corn car for which cash will bo paid Thl owest ivnd best bid- dor will secure the Corn is to be delivered nt Huzoq rcea Leave Jiids at 1 I7 ft Lnou k Rinuo Mr Launis collector for the Ilancc Co withc people of Wolfe have paid more promptly than In any county he had collected n and he thanks thorn forlhcirproinptnoM some people can pay for Hanges who havent a dollar for Tub TIbram Strange but Wanted 3r vn Smith irrrTrf f ml telkt Bt of S3Fi 1 true Grain Feed - bamucl Jott uud wife of Letts Creek Breathitt county were guests of tho Day House lat Friday night Mn Jctt on Sat uidny morning took the hack for Itothwell and thence to viwt her father Win Spencer of Montgomery county MrJctt lotnmcd home - - 4 12 mmmBmBBm5 iA Guarantee at tfmos - Priced Y 1 v Court of Claims mot at Campton on last Monday morulng transacted all the business ol the county and adjourned in tho evening This way of dispatching business shows that our county magistrate dont fool their time unuy when called together but attend strictly to their duties Mrs Wted Conleton of Lauo this county hu been icrioudy ill for several weeks and at timei her dath was hourly expected but she would again revive and give her friends hope of her recovery At last accounts she was lingering between life and We hope to hehr of her recovery dcuth Â¬ SiA A LOUIS STIX C0i 4 SIKXITK rnoiFR mmmt i juoly EKtumriuTmr mu wrcawaaffivwajM j itrmWtM m sells cheap CUTLER Y Â¬ HARD W A 1113 UlT BIiXSWARE Â¬ STOVES TTNWARi MT KTiULIN0 KY tamjgro cwasmrf farypyrs ByrjpK i Â¬ Hazel Jreeu is wowing in population T and family moved into a house r VgttT t si OTtw of Judge Swuugoa last Friday and is 1 James uud fatuity moved from his farm ou Lney Irei k to the Oenr Hall house on Saton your urday Thf y are both good citizens and on for the Ilid X Cn Look out them paper it ucnoies uuu your ume ia nj una behalf of the pcoplo we welcome unless renewed ut once the paper will stop and theiis coming O W Cecil of this county lust Monday Wolfe county court last Monday with brought to this office ami jiieecnted us with two of the Invest yellow sweet otntoes wc Judge Swaugo on the lwnch have met up with lately the two weighing Pomp Kendall of West Liberty paid seven and u half pounds Mr Cecil will JIazel Green n Hying visit last Saturday please accept oui thnnlts and right here we moruhi will cay that we stand ready to thank anj uueiiKc vim win oring us two netter onesvisitSidney Mnpcl ot Estill county was -ing his brother I W Mupel this week Sid Any and eerything that can be exe tulks of locaiiug here soon cuted with new tvpc first class pi esses and tine paper in the hands of skilled mechan Wc i egret to learn of the continued illucsa ics may he hud at this office at less than of Mrs Mattie Morse who is at Paris Tenn city prices It will pay any man iu Eastern in a very critical condition K mucky to get his printing at Tan Jiru j Sen1 for estimates and state Oth inst a brow n ami office LOST On Thursday the leave same at Till exactly what jou want silk tissue veil 1leuse JtBKAlU otHce or at J T k F Days 3tor Remember when you go to Mt Sterling J huphenson HEREANDTJIKRE NOTIONS Cincinnati Â¬ Â¬ Old Reliable Hat Hous Â¬ - WDIOKTNSOlTOa HERiFFS SALE Umbrellas Â¬ Â¬ T - - 1 1 r- 14 t A V r Trimble and son Green who nest Monday that Mrs Kate O Clark will were visiting the family of J T Day at this furnish you an elegant bonnet or hat for plaoOjleft lor home hist Saturday morning your slstei your wife your sweet heart jour mother your daughter oryour mother-in-laas the cum may bo And dont forlittto beauties Mioses Minnie Loo Three Hilda May lloiton and Miss Miunie get that her prices are away below prices and Day paid our office a pleasant call Wednes charged for the same goods nt other stores day The professional card of J J C Hack ap issue lcH W L jevedon and W P Lykius pears in thisman of our paper MrtoHack the recently admitted the funeral ot Mrs Cluypool nt is n young preached Ward school house on Bluekwater lutt jiractice of law and possesses the qualificathe tions necessary to make a good lawyer We Sunday cheerfully recommend him to the people 0f Wilson Logston of Kcd Ttiver was Rreathitt and adjoining counties and wish John in town Saturday and stated to us that the him the greatest success in his new field of people of his section are enjojing remarka- usefulness ble health J lev Mr Chancy who preached here County Assessor W G W Cruey wiu in Tuesday night of last week again filled the town Tuesday and informed us that he was pulpit of the Presbyterian- church in this Same 1 mule 00 85 just getting iu good headway making the pluee last night Mr Chancy last year preach Geo Uishop 1 eow 17 CO cd to an audience of 150 persons in Texas 15 C Stamper 1 cow UfSCbsmcut 10 10 composed entirely of cowboys and he told G W Launis 1 horse 15 00 G W Launis the Itango man disposed a Hera Mi reporter that he nevei in his D F Gevcdon 1 saddle IU CO of some of his stock which he had taken life saw a better behaved or more attentive Sam Haddix 2 51 50 steers in payment for stoves last Wednesday our congregation J P Hose 1 bull 30 CO stock sale day W O Mize 2 ulcers 50 00 John Jay Crittenden Back Fsqr is the G W Nickell 1 mule 10 00 Horton and hei two daughters way his friends will now address him as he Mrs Iettic W C Coldiron 1 steer 25 00 Lee and Eilda May of Montgomery was last week licensed to practice law Minnie D Gcvcdon 2 cnlvea 15 CO county are the guchtsof Mrs Hortons sister Crit in a young man eminently qualified to succeed in anything he may undertnko Mrs Kilda Day of this place CASUTON if lie will stick to it and wc believe he has Work on the court house at Campton is now made his last move His headquarters Special Correspondence progressing steadily James P Hall who will be at Juckson and all who have suits Campton Oct 0 Miss Emma Faulkner has charge of the bricklaying says the walls in court should get Crit to nttend to them left this plaeo this morning to return to her will be completed in about ten days home in Powell county Wc trust she will As the llux is prevailing to an alarming soon return to continue her musical studies I have 50000 or 00000 brick extent in some sections of this and FOR SALB adjacent sale at 300 per thousand Call on J T counties we republish the following from and gladden the heart of some one we know for It is with a sad heart wc state the death Pieratt Iliuel Green Ky Terms cash Tun Hrraiii of July 20th and recommend of Jenette Riddle Spradlmg on last Wed Henry F Pibratt 23t A syrup made of a for it a faithful trial nesday She had been suffering from some pound of white sugar to a pint of vinegar thing like consumption for several months I wish to buy 200 bushels of Wanted is said to be a sure cure of flux in eight she bore her buffering with great patience Pieratt cannel coal for which 1 will pay hours time It was recently tried at Lex and fortitude twenty one 21 cents per bushel delivered at ington when llux was epidemic and proved HPS3KM W Taiior The new minister O F DuvhU preached Uothwcll station to be an infallnblc remedy his first sermon at this place last Sunday Geo Rice is building a dwelling for John J H Pieratts new dwelling house is going He is an eloquent speukcr and the people Pieratt and the Davidson brothers are under rapidly George Rice is managing the ure well pleased contract to complete thonew house of Henry up LiVie daughter of Granville Ridley fell wood work of the establishment while John Pieratts The ma tali of progress is upon Davis superintends the stone and brick de- fiom a wagon several days ago and sustain U9 partment Rice says Fieratt thinks more ed serious iujuiins about the head but is was in of him now than he did before lie began considered out of danger nud is rapidly imLynville Hagins of Haginsville lie says John calls proving under the treatment of Dn Steele town a short time last Saturday en route work on tlvo house he had him up every morning before daylight to und Stumper home from WVst Libeitv whither We are all glad toseo Miss Laura- Dema bwjii in company of CritUaok to get lawyers cive him something to cat Lewis Power reo home again alter a protacted absence and Tom Cox of Maytowu began work in license A J Asbury wns in town Friday nnd Satconjunction with Mr Rice Thursday morn urday We understand he is going to locate Tho Hazel Green nine is in good shnpo ing and ure making things hum in Winchester for the Salycrville contest nct Saturday The Menefoc Meteor failed to come to us Prof J M Lovelace of Patsy Estill counmid if our friend of theLiokimj Valley will huve some- for a few weeks and we supposed it had ty was in town Saturday should win the game thuy 8 S Shackelford ami wife of Devils climbed the golden stairs to angel land thing to be pround of week it came to us howling like a Creek passed through town en route o but last In tho West Liberty circuit court lait spankid babe because it had failed to receive Thos Tult on Rod River Monday the case of Commonwealth vs Tin IIuiiAlli We this week place it on Icorgo W Drake returned from Louisville David itoberui for the murdor of James L our exchange list and hopo TlIK IlHRALD Saturday Kendnll Iti 1801 was called Tho result may henceforth be as soothing to our llttlo Mhs Lula F Quilltn returned Tuesday has not reached tuut this writing Windows yrup to othor from a lengthy visit to relatives In llreatbitt u Is Mr darling nwndling cloiucv county 22a lhS7 Onmucl babes nt breast nud in their On Saturday Ovtniier Mcssru George Shnekelford Goorgo Rob tho way this reminds us of what Hwnngo of HtillwHtcr will mil nt pulillo And by old grand mother said to us years iimon O 11 Stamper Grant Hprodllng T nuctlon at hit renldenco bin live nUick our dear nhould bo ocn not heard F Stamper and Jatncrf Ihslp and Mwi cuualatlnjf of4iores muleo unttle Ac Per ago children things show respect to shulr Millie Cox Rota Norton Dora Hunks Komi ahoreall iou who wlih a bargain is Mock vrill do and II Ilyrd A da Iltuks Abb Lyklwi MollU wiill to attVHtl OiUmIc iMra Â¬ J U Â¬ N Â¬ w Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Qriieensware Â¬ a Decorated Dinner Tea and Chamber Ware CINCINNATI Glassware Lamps cr Â¬ - LIVERY SALE FEED STABLE HAZEL GREEN KY ad Cm respectfully solicit the public patronage I will feed hoises by tnc single feed day week or month nnd take pleasure in giving all stock entrusted to mo especial attention SaS Horses bought and sold on commission and will drive horses to harness for all who desire my services All charges rea Â¬ sonable and satisfaction unranteed Stable in connection with Day House J II PIERATT s23tf I Â¬ good saddle nud harness horses and vehicles UP A HAVING FITTEDprovided FIRS CLAS3 myself with and ffl5ttlMcJa WHOLESALE S SO H S SBB Bl B W Wc No 29 Vine Manufacturers and WJfoleaale Dealers In Street 61r CINCINNATI Â¬ Boots No 011 Main Street AND Abe Bloch 9 Summer St Coy ancM fi 1 Â¬ hoes 10 aOly Manufacturers und Wholcsulc Dealers in M Mens Youths Boys Childrens V i ii 1 Louisville Ky fi 3ostonMiiss Â¬ Â¬ Blackburn TRADERS llepresented by J B DEPOSIT BANK CLOTHING 122 a201j m Â¬ Vino Street - Cincinnati O n i MT STERLING KY O Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ J Mr MGSTAFF President Â¬ W W THOMSON DIRECTORS Jamk8- Cashier and laid All personn wanting hlaoksmlthlnK of any or all Kinds wagons made nr ropaircd bUg jjic3 aprlnif Wflgunii plows stocked cutting coltcrsjturnlng plow repaired plows Kindc Iioch NOTICE in tho best stylo cull on mattocks and horses shod TYMiH Ghokk Dn R R Dimkk mr3lly Andrew Fimlek J T IliouLAKb Of Elliott County DAVIS HuzCl Qrmf Ky a enn If ATTlnor Y 1 QKO K WIIITT lfve nt home nd wor money nt work for tit thus II V Vanything else In the world not needed yon are ttartod fret RMt w v ullTiKd Any or cah d the wirk axrq Cftrniwraiire frit fifit tUHli CeiHy ConhiyoH uu3hirwtotiHiiMyftMrMiilfat nd findtrtit If yB jirrwiM yuw H1I aUnvM II HAixwrrACo raj UAH H ik mK w Cttt itUfv outfit WITH Ha trn ttH 1iiur Henry Knoefel I0 W Market t Co MolIulU the pHtroHWtf of KerftkvNUky jiMukii 44 tvr Hunk TAUHViMie Ky lk awtWMaisfiia- - V kf4 atft tAM yttfii i v wyy lyni iihiiihiiii mil ii in iiii ti TJl w V FV 1 i HOSPITALITY GGBipuyHow it Should bo Enter Â¬ tained OfctMM Hospitality KMontlal to Mako Stay n rlcusurn For Which 11 Suro JUwrnrd trill Como Soonor or tutor Talmages Sermon -- Rov Dr T Do Th Hamptons WHtTalmngos text to day wn9 from Ro Givon to hosmaes Chapter xll v13 pitality and his dlscourso as follows Tkero is danger that tho multiplication ef largo and commodious hotols in our owbb and citlos and villages will uttorly axtermlnato that graco which Abraham exbibltod when ho ontortainod tho angels asd which Lot showod whon ho watched lor gnosts at tho gato of tho cfty and which Christ recognised as a positive requisite for entering Heaven whon ho declared I was a strangor and ye took Me In I propose to speak this morning of tho trials and rowards of Christian hospiC Â¬ Â¬ v ti ft V IlrV TiC1L Sk Wi VTi w- iV Tit v V y E v Tho first trial often comes in tho whim and eccontricity of tho guost hlmsolf Thero aro a great many oxcollont pooplo who havo protuberances of disposition and sharp edges of tempornmont and unpll ability of character which mako thorn a posltlvo nulsanco in any house whoro they stay On short ncqXiaintnnco thoy will be- Â¬ gin to command tho housohold affairs ordor tho employes to unusual sorvico koop unscnsonablo hours uso narcotics in placo offonsivo to sonsitivo nostrils put tholr foot at unusual clovntions drop tho ushos of thoir Havana on costly tapestry opon bureaus thoy ought novor to touch and pry into things thoy ought novor to see and bo co in o Impervious to rousing bolls and havo all tho peculiarities of tho gor mnndizcr or tho dispoptic and mako excavations from poor dentistry with un- Â¬ usual implements and in a thousand ways afflict tho household which proposed to tako caro of them Added to all thoy stay too long Thoy havo no Idea whon thoir wolcoiuo is worn out and thoy would bo unmoved even by tho blessing which my friend Gerrit Smith tho phila tithro pist nsked ono morning at his breakfast tablo on tho day whon ho hoped that tho long protrnetod guosts would dopurt say- Â¬ ing Oh Lord bless this provision and Hut oar frionds who lcavo us to day my frionds thoro uro allot latloni to bo put on tholr sido of tho scalo Perhaps they havo not had tho samo roiining inilu oners about thorn In early life that you havo had Perhaps thoy havo inherited ceeon trteitlos that thoy can not help Perhaps it to your duty by examplo to show them n batter way Perhaps thoy aro sent to bo trial for tho development of your pa tienco Porhaps thoy woro to bo intended as an illustration of tho opposito of what yon nro trying to inculcate in tho minds of your children Perhaps it Is to mako your homo tho brighter whon thoy aro gone Whon our guests aro choory and fascin ating and clogunt It is very easy to entertain them but whon wo Jlml in our guost that which Is antagonistio to our tasto and sentiment it is a posltlvo trl uraph when wo can obey tho words of my toxt and bo given to hospitality Anothor trial in tho using of this grnco Is in tho toil nnd expense of exorcising It In tho well rogulntcd housohold things go smoothly but now you havo introduced n forolgn element into tho machlnory and though you may stoutly doclaro that thoy must take tilings ns thoy find them tho Jlartha will broak in Tho ungovernable stove tho ruined dessert tho joint that proves to bo unmasticablo tho doliyod marketing tho perplexities of a caterer tho difllcultics of doing propor work and yot always bolng presentable Though you may say thoro shall bo uo earo nor unxioty thoro will bo caro and thoro will bo nnxioty In 109 1 tho Captain Gonoral provided a grand ontortaln tnont nnd among other things ho had n fountain In his garden a fountain of strong In it drink woro four hogshoads of brandy eight hogshonds of water twonty llve thousand lemons thirteen huudrodwoight of Lis bon sugar ilvo pounds grated nutmeg Ihrco hundred toasted biscuits and a boat built on purposo was plncod in tho fountain and a boy rowed around it and llllcd tho cups of tho pooplo who camo thoro to be supplied Well you say that was a luxurious outortainmont nnd of courso tho man hnd no nnxioty but I havo to tell you that though you had or propose an you havo entertainment llko that BBxloty In that vory thing comes Wo woro born the Divino roward sorvo and to whon wo sorvo ethers wo sorvo God Tho flush on that womans cheek ns Bho bonds ovor tho etoYO is as sacred in Gods sight as tho flush on tho cheok of ono who on a hot day preaches tho GoBpol Wo may sorvo Ood with plate nnd cutlery nnd broom as certainly us wo can sorvo him with psalm book and liturgy Margarot Queen er Sforway and Bwoden and Denmark kad a royal cup of ton lips on which woro recorded tho names of tho guests who had drank from this cup And ovory Chris tflaa woman has a royal cup on which are writton all tho nnmos of those who have ovor boon ontortainod by her ia Christian stylo names not cut by human Ingenuity but writton by tho hand Dfa Divine Jesus Hut my frionds you aro n6t to toil unnecessarily Though tho fare bo plain choorful presidency of tho Ublo anl cloaulluoss of nppolutmonts will bo good enough for any body that ever comos to your houso John Howard was invltod to tho houso of u uoblo I will como on ono win Ho snld tmdHloii and that Is that you havo wthliig but potatoos on the tablo The requisition wns grautcd Cyrus of Persia uudor tho same olraum Klf proscribed that on the tablo thoro 4tMas Of courso mhmI We nothing but bread Uwnw were extremes but they are 111 as W4mm cf the fact that mora depends letett tfca bMHqueUrs than upon the ban t I want to lift thU idea er CkrUtUn out of a poaltlv bewUgC Â¬ tality Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ -- aArtltut Into a glorious lnducomont Every effort you put forth and ovory dollar you give to tho ontortuiumont of friend or foo you glvo directly to Christ Bupposo it woro announced that tho Lord Jesus Christ would come to this plrco this week whnt woman in this houso would not bo glad to wash for Him or spread for Him a bod or bako broad for Him There was ono of old who wnshod for Him drawing tho water from tho well of hor own tenr3 Ho is coming Ho will bo Inasmuch ns yo havo hero to morrow done it to ono of tho least of these my In plc brethren yo havo done It to Mo turo galleries wo havo often seen representations of Walter Scott and his frionds or Washington Irving with his associates but all thc30 ongrnviugs will fado out whllo through everlasting ages hanging luminous nnd conspicuous will bo tho picturo of you nnd your Christian guests You sco wo havo passed out from tho trials into tho rowaids of Chrlstaln hospitality grand glorious and eternal Tho llrst reward of Chrlstnin hospitality Is tho Divino benediction When any ono attonds to this duty Gods blessing comes upon him upon his companion upon his childron upon his dining hall upon his parlor upon his nursery The blessings comes at the front door and the back door and down through tho skylight God draws a lonjj mark of credit for services to Ills disreceived said Christ Ho that rceoivcth you ro ciples coivoth Mo and ho that glvoth a cup of cold water in tho nimo of a diseipo shall in no wiso loso his reward As wo havo had so many things rucordod against us in Heaven It will bo satisfaction to havo writton on unfailing archives that fact that In tho month of May or Juno or Sep tember or Doccmbor W wo mndo tho blissful mistake of supposing that wo woro entertaining weak men liko ourselves when lo they showed their pinions boforo thoy left and wo found out they wero angels unawares Anothor roward comes in tho good wishes and prayers of our guests 1 do not think ouos houso over gets ovor having a good man or woman abide thoro George Whlteileld used to scratch on tho window of tho room where ho was enter tained a passage of Scripture and in ono case after ho loft the wholo household was converted by tho reading of that passage on tho window pano Tho wo man of Shunom furnished a littlo room ovor tho wall for UUsha and all ages havo heard tho glorious consequences On a cold stormy winter night my father enter Â¬ tained Trucman Osborne the evangelist and through till eternity I will thank God that Truomtin Osborno stoppod at our houso How many of our guests have brought to us condolence and sympathy and help Thero is a legend told of St Sobald that in his Christian rounds ho usod to stop for entertainment at tho houso of a poor enrtwright Coining there one day ho found the cart wright and his family freezing for tho luck of any fuel St Sobald ordered tho man to go out and broak tho icicles from the sido of tho houso and bring them in and the icicles woro brought Into tho houso and thrown on tho hearth and thoy bogan to blaz immediately and tho freez ing family gathered around and woro wanned by thorn That was a logond but how often havo our guosts como in to gather up the cold freezing sorrows of our life kindling them into illumination nnd warmth and good chcor He who opens his house to Christian hospitality turns thoso who aro strangers into frionds Years will go by and thero will bo great changes in you and thero will bo great changos in thorn Sonio day you will be sitting in loneliness watching a bereavement and you will got a letter in a strango handwriting nnd you will look at the post mark and say Why I dont know any body in that city and you will break the envelope and thero you will read tho story of thanks for your Christian generosity long years before and how thoy have heard afar off of your rouble And tho letter will bo so full of kindly reminiscences and Christian condolence it will bo a plaster largo enough to cover up all the deep lion wo take poo gashes oT your soul plo Into our houses ns Christian guests wo tako them Into our sympathies forever In Dort Holland u aoldior with a sword at his sido stopped nt a houso desiring lodging and shelter Tho woman of thu houso nt llrst refused admittance saying that tho men of tho houso wero not nt homo but whon ho showod his credentials that ho had been honorably dis charged from tho army ho was ad mitted and tarried during tho night In tho night tlmo thero was it knock- Â¬ ing nt tho front door and two ruf llans broko in to despoil that housohold No soonor had thoy como over tho door sill than the armed guost who had primod his piece and charged it with slugs mot thorn and tolling tho woman to stand bnok 1 happy to say dropped tho two as saulting dosporndoos doad at his feet Well now thero are uo bandits prowling around to despoil our houses but how ofÂ¬ ten it is that wo ilud thoso that havo been our guosts become our defondors Wo gnvo them shelter first nnd then after- Â¬ ward in tho great conflicts of llfo they fought for our reputation thoy fought for our proporty thoy fought for our soul Another roward that comos from Chris Â¬ tian hospitality Is In tho assurance that wo shall havo hospitality shown to us and to ours In tho upturnlugs of this llfo who knows in what olty or what land wo may bo thrown nnd how much wo may need an opon door I Thoro may como no such crisis to us but our children may bo thrown into somo such strait Ho who is in a Christian manner hnspltnblo has u froo pass through all Christen dom It may bo that you will havo boon doad llfty years boforo any such stress shall como upon ono of your descendants but do you not suppose that God can ro mombor llfty years and tho knucklo of the grandchild will bo hoard against tho door of somo stranger and that door will cpon and It will bo talked ovor In Heaven ami it will bo said That mans grand father llfty years ago gave sholtor to u strangor uml now u atrttuunr ilow is outiu fur a ttruudsou Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ 1 Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Among tho Greeks nfter ontertnlnlog and being ontortainod they tako a ploco of lend and cut it in two and the host tnkes one half of tho plcco of load and tho guost tnkes tho other half as thoy part Thcso two pieces of lend are handed down from generation to generation nnd from family to family and uftor a whllo perhaps ono of tho families in want or in troublo go out with this ono ploco of load and ilnd tho other family with tho corresponding plcco of lcndand no soonor is the tally completed than the old hospi- Â¬ tality is aroused and eternal friendship pledged So tho memory of Christian hospitality will go down from generation to genera- Â¬ tion and from family to family and tho tally will never bo lost neither in this world nor tho world to come Mark this tho day will come when wo will all bo turned out of doors without any exception bnrefoot bareheaded no water in tho canteen no bread In tho haversack ana we will go in that way into tho future worH And I wonder If eternal hospitalities will open before us nnd if wo will be received into everlasting habi- Â¬ tation Francis Frcscobnld was a rich Italian and ho was very merciful and vory hospitable One day an Englishman by the name of Thomas Cromwell appear ed ut his door asking for shelter and alms which woro cheerfully rendered Fresco bald afterward lost all his proporty be- Â¬ came very poor nnd wandered up into England and one day ho saw a procession passing and lol it wns Lord Chancellor of England and lo tho Lord Chancellor of England was Thomas Cromwell tho very man whom ho had once befriended down Â¬ 1 in Italy at the first glanco of Frcscobnld recognized him nnd dismounted from his carriage threw his arms around him and embraced him paid hln ilnhts invitml him tn Inn limtun iml said Hero are ton pieces of money to pay for tho bread you gave me and hero aro ton pieces of money to provldo for tho horso you loaned me and hero aro four bags in each of which are four hundred So ducats Take them and be well it will bo at last with us If wo entertain Christ in the person of Uls disciples in this world when wo pass up into tho next country wo will meet Christ in a regal procession and he will pour nil tho wealth of Heaven into our lap and opon before us everlast ing hospitalities And O how tamo aro tho richest entertainments wo can glvo on earth compared with the regal munillccnco which Christ will display boforo our souls In Heaven I was reading tho ac- Â¬ count which Thomas Fullor gives of tho Georgo entertainment provided by Neville Among other things for that banquet thoy had three hundred quarters of wheat ono hundred and four tuns of wino eighty oxen three thousand capons two hundred cranes two hundred kids four thousand pigeons four thou sand rabbits two hundred and four bit torus two hundred pheasants live hun- Â¬ dred partridges four hundred ploven ono hundred quail ono hundred curlews fifÂ¬ teen hundred hot pasties four thousand cold venison pasties four thousand cus tards tho Earl of Warwick acting as stoward and servitors ono thousand O what a grand feast wa3that But then compnro it with tho provision which God has made for us on high that groat banquet hour tho ono hundred and forty nnd four thousand ns guests all tho harps and trumpets of Heaven as tho orchostra Celestial hills tho vintage of tho Into all tho tankards poured tho fruits of tho orchards of Ood pllod on tho golden plnttors the angels of tho L rd for cup bearers and the on co folded starry banner of tho blue sky Hung out over the scene whllo seated at tho head of tho tablo shall be tho one who I was eighteen centuries ago declared Our sins a strangor and yo took Mo in pardoned may wo all mingle in thoso hospitalities Tho Lord Chancellor Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ I Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Happy One riott Life In tho first polltary hour aftor tho cere- Â¬ mony tako tho bridegroom and demand a fiolemu oath of him nnd givo him n vow in return Proinlso ono another Haorodlynover oven in jest to wrnnglu with each other whatever pretext with whatever excuse it may bo Yon niuit continually und every moment seo clonrly into ouch others bosom Even whon ono of you has com Â¬ mitted a fault wait not an Instant but con fess It treoly And nsyou koop nothing secret from onch othorso on tho contrary preserve tho pri- Â¬ vacy of your houso married stnto jind heart from father motliorsLster and brother aunt and all tho world Yon toowith Clods help build your own quiet world Every third or fourth one whom you draw Into it with you will form a party and stand between you two Promlso this to each othor Renew the vow nt oneh tomptatlon You will find your account In it Your souls will grow as it woro together and at last will become as ono Ah if mnny a 3oung pair had on tholr woddlng day known tills noeret how mnny marriages would bo happier than ulasl thoy now are Baptist Wtekly I TO A BRIDE IIow Young Ioopls Can Mnlie TIuIr ADVICE Mar- Â¬ Strong Vainlly Tovo fhown In many iustancos of the awful rail Â¬ road catastrophe in Illinois There wero in tho fated train an unusual proportion of family parties and several entire house- Â¬ holds wero on their way to enjoy tho won drrs of Niagara togethor It was remarked by those who came to tho rescue that most of the pusaengors tho momout thoy were rolievud from the wreck nsked for the othor members of tho family and oue man upon discovering that his wlfo nnd child wero doad raid There is nothing inoro for mo to Ilvo for now and Impulsively shot hlm elf through tho brain No lovo uftor all Is eo strong a that which binds togethor a happy family Tho general feeling among tho borenved puivvora was that thu happy and fortunate ones woro the families who had id gouo togethor Y V Ltiljtr Thu nun who gives his childron hanw nf ludtutry provide for thorn butter Uun by ulviutf a fortune JUjfWy Tho strength o family affection was Uri different for oblivious to gontleitlen FOR AUTUMNi Somnthlng About the Now Stylos In Jack Â¬ lodgers como right in at all hours and without knocking when on duty ets nnd Millinery ad- Â¬ Stoves are liko monuments nine A warm jackot Is ono of tho llrst Â¬ feet high covered with porcelain Tho ditions to tho wiiidrobo whon preparing for tho cool autumn nnd winter furnace holds about two quarts ol das Braided cloth coats nro im Â¬ coal Tho rest is monument Iland ported for nutumn in dark shades that somo men good shapes full chests A pleasuro to sit may bo worn with various drosses 11 no bass voices in railway stations tin hear tho of-Â¬ Bitcli ns navy blue gray blnc brown Tho ficials in chargo call tho trains Hand- Â¬ green and dark steel gray materials used for thoso tailor made some women ditto Every body out garments nro lino corkscrews diago Â¬ on the street and shopping by eight or nals and Meltons und the braiding nine in tho morning Nap at noon is done in tho same color in very Gardens full of families dining in open elaborate designs or in mixed braid air at five p m They go it till nine statuary all about with some tinsel added to tho prevail Â¬ Music llowors ing color or clso somo gold braid or Eating not dono at a gulp More hap Â¬ cord is used carefully to lighten up piness to the square iard Newspapers the vest or rovers There is a ten- Â¬ small Outside world disposed of in dency to lengthen coats slightly espe- Â¬ about twenty lines Lots of small Trink cially in the back and many are of comic illustrated papers on every corner Round pa- Â¬ oven length around the sides and back halles Girl inside No room for Single breasted coats ill be more seen godas Sells lemonade orangeade in line smooth cloths tho double more breasted fronts being reserved for soda water and other light fofov garments of rough Scotch tweeds fluid People hero always swallowing Vests remain in favor some being something Elevator at hotel Ilig fuss ovor it very slender and others genuine in tho underarm seams Two men in uniform to run it Pace waistcoats set of the coat The backs are iitted by mile an hour Beds all single Every ono or two forms on each side tho body seems to sleep single here Ono middle forms lap in the middle seam more bed on top of bed quilt Very and tho waist line is defined by two light full of feathers in green silk Collars aro very high with bag buttons Barracks everywhere Six stories buckram interlining Sleeve are close Full of soldiers Â¬ Soldiors ovcry coat shape with buttons and button Pockets may bo where Drilling everywhere D ru in holes on tho wrists Tooting everyset outside along tho hips in square ming everywhere where Soldiers marching past hoto shapes or braided or be intermediate Always with only a slit in the cloth for tho at five in tho morning Small fancy buttons aro getting ready to kill somebody Samo opening Never out of sight of used on vests while plain lasting or all over Europe a bayonet Nations hero arc awfully bone buttons are used on tho coats Openings of millinery at tho whole- Â¬ afraid of each other Singular pumps sale houses show the various materials Very tall Long crooked iron handle Tobacco shops already noted made up into bonnets Reach to tiio ground Keep stamps and round hats for the early autumn all run by Government and for winter Soft felt bonnets of also Invariable sign over door K King and Kaiser The Emperortho pliable felt made up in folds and K Not plaits on a frame precisely as cloth does all the tobacco business would be used are shown for general much tobacco in thoir cigars Washed wear There are also still felt bonnets out Prices of groceries and dry goods with rows of pinking all over them or always marked on article in shop win- Â¬ Helps one to learn the lan- Â¬ else merely pinked edges for thoso who dows them The square of felt which guage Can read and translate as you prefer forms the soft folded crown sometimes walk Cultivated shade trees lay over any furnishes the twist or corrugated folds of the brim also tiling in America Six rows full grown that edge tho front some pointed ends that arc tied in a in some streets with walks under- Â¬ Fountains benches every- Â¬ bow on top or else made to stand neath where Business streets all shaded erect The embroidered felts showing small llowors done in the shade of tho not bare to sun like Broadway or Fifth felt or else Avitli beaded wheat or leaf avenue Batii houses five stories high pattern in borders are considered most Every body here ready washes by tho dressy A twist in front and pointed bath and not by tho bed room wash- Â¬ pinked ends of rich reppod faille are basin No such place as Vienna known Austrian name Wien suilieieut trimming for full erowned in Austria Lrom tho bit of a river running through felt bonnets though a titft of quills or of curved cocks plumes maybe added it Dantibo river in rear of city Tim Â¬ onnots havo longer ber rafts always passing Miles and The newest crowns not indented at the ends and miles of cultivated pine forests in Aus Â¬ many havo long pointed poke fronts tria Pass through them by rail No underbrush Trees tall ami straight filled in with a slight faeo trimming by tons of thousands Â¬ Buffalo News The coronet fronts of beads of feathers and of velvet are also largely im HARD ONCHARLEY ported Trimmed bonnets of velvet n Loving Wlfo Satisfied Hor IIus from many of the best French millinery How Imndii IJiidro for Potato Salad houses retain the same close shapes so Charley Callhoard came home tho long in vogue hero adding a trille more breadth and making the trim- Â¬ other da and when he sat down with his family at the tablo he resented a ming slightly lower Harpers Bazar great stack of something that was piled up in a big dish in tiie middle of IN AUSTRIAS CAPITAL- tho table He tasted some of it and A Jerky nnd JInile rlko Dencrlntinu of looked frightened Ilfo and Krone In Vlcnnn Is that to eat ho asked Women hero carry hods and mix Not for myself or tho children From the said his wife mortar Peculiar ebiss but provinces Wear long boots to the of your own and it is a favorite dish I thought it would bo knee Short skirts to the boots a pleasant surprise for you Practical dress Hut not ornamental May I ask what you call this Seven different costumes seen daily on rough on hungry men and what are the streets Laborers at noon lio down tho ingredients ho asked soveroly and sleep on tho pavements Ditto in trying it again and shuddering the parks on the grass No keep off Why I havent analyzed it very the grass at every turning Polish sho said but it is com- Â¬ Jow frequent In black gowns reach- Â¬ thoroughly posed largely of grease I dont know ing to heels high hats and long cork- Â¬ of what kind but its very greasy screw curls Look like Othello Hig grease then thero are potatoes somo dogs drawing hand carts Street carS quite raw wont stop for you Only at certain or at least and others partially cookeda not wholly raw thero is places Indicated by a sign post on largo quantity of onions of vary- Â¬ track Tho tub tho universal vessel to ing degrees of somo strength carry things in Oval shape One extremely hard cucumber pickles stave longer than the rest So it can some scraps of pickled beets very bo bound on tho carriers back Car- Â¬ and old a strange kind of oil ries all tho water up thu six or seven thick as I such never smellcd boforo outsido pairs of stone stairs in tho Vienna of a machine shop and a deluge of houses Cloan clothes ditto for wash Â¬ Separato shops for brandy beer and vinegar sharpened with certain chemicals and some ingredients that aro wine Peasant on a sprco carries now to green twig stuck in his hat band to in Â¬ of timesme I heard you saj a number that you didnt want any dicate to tho Vionna public his present thing better for a midday lunch than a mental and moral condition Hacks hung low on tho wlicels Drivers in plato of Emil Weinnonbiers potato Every things in uniform salad and as you said thoro wasnt uniform here Fares low Ton cents carries another plnco in all this world whoro thoy could make as ho does I jou from Donibaeh to Lcopolstadt Thomas down in ittho saloon and sont got Suburban villages five or six miles dis- Â¬ some for you It is very cheap and tant Emperor and Empress aro fre- Â¬ Havo somo quently scon driving on tho streets Im so glad you liko it more dear No fuss all hats go oil as they go by And people who woro passing down Soldiers everywhere sentries ditto in tho rivor on an excursion boat with a chronic condition of saluting olllcors Fleas abundant Every body eats at tho band playing just at that timo sayÂ¬ thoy heard Charley say No so plaintho restaurant Vienna is all restau- Â¬ ly that they recognized his voico Mrs rant on tho ground tloor Little home Callhoard says sho married Charley to cooking is done Melange ami rolls mako a happy lionio for him and aro thu universal breakfast Molango is half eofioo and half hot milk always whunovorcho hears of any tiling he brought you in a tall tumbler with a liken sho is going to got It for him If sho and tho childron havo to go with Â¬ big tableipoon Living hero is very public If you hire a room tho chances out hrotolltabert J UunMte Brooklyn Kaylo are you must pass through tmmohndyti bedroom to get to it or havo some ouu Thoro aro twguty morning and ton pans through yours Fenmlo help In ci nlug papers published in New York FASHIONS - i ii i H CO 4- st i tirs Uty lVMw4rSW awfiminiir - a v w j s rt y fcwty iujiwiiiimAj iia INtmlwiftiMftlWH Oft C line Tho of nid iS t8 - - HOME FRM AND GARDEN POWDERED MILK sit of-uil-- Neatness pays in preparing for market Forf craping kottlos n largo clam shell is Und jcullent t or on pen no ut ap ors in mil lk-pa-for signs poor fences and shack ly tools and implements Utiincinbor that stirring cream makes moro and bolter butter It pays to send small fruits to market in new neat and handy pack- Â¬ ages k What 1 lo garden or what bettor indicates cult- lire and roJinement inside Milk Toast Slice stale bread thin to st to a delicate brown lay in a dishl melt a pound of butter in a pint of new milk and pour over the toast In- Â¬ dianapolis Sentinel Filling for Jelly Cake Fine apple sauce sweetened more than usual and flavored with lemon essence makes a nice filling for a jelly cake Ex-Â¬ change flower oca uoiorc me noiwe or in tlio prottior than the tasty i i j I The south side of a close board fence induces earliness and greatly protects against the winds It is an excellent place for raspberries and is sufficient protection for earl lettuce It would pay fruit and vegetable growers occasionally to visit our great city markets and note the extra price which consumers are willing to pay for choice selections carefully gathered and packed Some who have fed fish to hen claim that the flesh of the fowls and thor eggs havo a fishy taste We have fed fish freely to fowls in the spring and never noticed a bad flavor Cook the lish before feeding Farm Field and Stockman The importance of soft water for domestic purposes is illustrated by the experience of a large London asylum in which a change from hard to soft water has resulted iu an estimated an Â¬ nual saving in soda soap labor etc of more than 1000 Arkansaiv Trav- Â¬ eler To clean silver One half pound of sal soda added to eight quarts of water when at a boiling heat dip the pieces of silver and immediately wash in soapsuds and wipe dry with a piece of cotton flannel This method is one of the largest recommended by britaunia works in New England Boston Budget Sweet Wafers Six eggs one pint flour two ounces melted butter one and one half cups powdered sugar one cup milk ono teaspoonful nutmeg Beat whites and yelks separately and very still rub the suirar ami butlev i I to a SolUl SrMe by Evaporation An attempt now being made to intro Â¬ duce powdered milk that is to say milk reduced by evaporation to the solid state and sold xs an article re- Â¬ sembling sugar both in form aud np penranee merits omo notice when account is taken of the important posi- Â¬ tion held by milk amongst the necessa- Â¬ ries of daily consumption The pro- Â¬ cess adopted for the conversion mavbo briefly sketched Fresh cows milk having been treated for the removal of a portion of its cream is placed iu a vacuum pan surrounded by a Avutcr jneket or outer vessel charged with hot witer The milk is gradually reduced to a vi cid substance of the consistency of ordinary condensed milk Granu Â¬ lated white sugar is now added to ren- lcr thJ lnass sufliciently friable and me temperature is lowered some twenty or thirty degrees to prevent any dis coloiwtion or loss of flavor iu the now- dered milk Nothing further re mains but the removal of the con ten is from the vacuum pan which can cither be distributed in the form of lumps or as a granulated powder after grinding iu a revolving burrstone mill The apparatus employed con- Â¬ sists essentially of a copper vacuum pan connected with an air pump capa- Â¬ ble of producing the requisite vacuum a water jacket surrounds the vacuum chamber A pipe furnished with a stop cock to regulate the supply de IUmIiicimI TItolncteil rinld Old laouerbasft rjopcu Iu hl otnee till dnr A mnppinb and rxot as n bonr Tho clerk knun- - cnoUcU to koop out of bl wmy Lest tlie uicrvlinntMioulil grumbla rihI iwrcnr GTcn Tulibr tiio cat Is Iu rear of n cuff Or kick If nho ventures too ncart Tlicjr all know the mnitor In art to bo roucU Aud uls Irvuks unoxpuctvU ami queer VTbat tnnkc tlio oM follow o surly nnd crlm AuU boliuvi iio coiiloiiiidwdlr rarntiT TUoro certainly roiiiotbiiic ttin matter with blm is It stomach or liver or ploiU W ore euc l It -- his liver l liiylU nnJ bsd Ills bluud U dlvordfrrd nnd foul a cuonilt tu innUo nny ouv hoijclolr mad II A 1romtnont Merchant la Troulilo DR RADWAYS SarsaparilliaN FortkeCriUurull OhroRleVlscascs Chronic lUieumatlim Scrofulous Complaints Ac GlaiiduIarvTelllui llaeklnK Dry Coimh Cancerous ArToctlons llleedlnir or the Jmics Dyspepsia Wa tor Urash Wtitto Swelling luraors Ulcers Ulp Disease Jout Dropsy Uklots Bait lUioutu Bron- Â¬ chitis Consumption Diabetes Kidney liladdar Liver Complaints id IkutJKIs i UTfijaVIO sUIWstll UZWAXS mm JUt THE GREAT BLOOD PURIFIER RESOLVENT asit toraUOAlt COATED hr sVisxoa JHSWAJIB OF XX1TATI0X8 jjBXsZMCsi disordered liver aud purify tho blood lono your svstem and build up your flesh and Tlio world wulo remedy Dr Ticrcos Golden ilcdleal Discovery will correct a And jrtct his best f rtwid with a growl dlnturoanct to ernto or occupation Fut up In kIass vials bcretl cnlly ecalcd Always fresh and reliable Jut a laxative alterative or purgative theso llttlo Tcllcto give tbo xnort perfect satisfaction FIZZS IslTIIsX Q ontlrclv veyotahlct tkerdiet Boliift witjiout tho Bystcra s0 t strength Tip tho waiter hcavllr If you would hcav Uy Up the scalca hotel Mad A JIaz Frelplitatl With Venom Maybe seen rising from marshy regions the atmosphero of which is breathed by tho ague stricken Old redouts know what it means new comers coon ilntl ouc For those who breath tho aerial poison thero is only ono medical protector viz Hostctters famed iu many lauds Stomach Imrcrs where malaria prevails und known through- Â¬ out the length uud breadth of this as a con- Â¬ queror of chills and fever dyspepsia liver complaint constipation kidney aud bladder ailments und rheumatism 2ejciu HeaBth Iuro blood makes sound flesh stronjr bone and a clear klu If ou would havo your tlvsli Arm your bouessoutid without carles aud your couipluzlou fair uso Beauty icK mmwi Xfljtese Ba A Nicn itijtiiigi cheap country Beat a stump m Harvest Incursion The Burlington Route C U QRR will sell on October 11 ilurvost Excursion TIIIJ FAMOUS CUSTOII TIABsn Tickets at ono furo for tho round trip to principal potnta iu Nebraska Kansas Minnesota ami Dikota Limit thirty days Tick- Â¬ PLYMOUTH ROCK PAHTS ets and further information mav be ob- Â¬ tained of any C B fe Q Ticket Agent or Full Suits and Overcoats by addressing 1uul Morton General Pas U senger aud Ticket Agent Chicago Illinois dolus tho IniKcut ciutoin mnile In Â¬ Diseases its mnrvelous ower In dissolving stono aud ralcntous concretions curlnu Gravel Uleot nnd dlsclinruos Irom tho Oenltnl Hands Its powers over tliu Kidneys In nstalillstiinKaliealthy secrotlon of urine curliiKDlabotes Inflammation orlrrltatloa of ilia madder Albuminous or llrlck Dust Deposits or White Handc estnbllshlnir Its cliarwJWras A UUEAl CONSTITUTIONAL JtKMKDV Soldby ultdrutfKlsis 81 a bottle dcranjromenta of tlio etom nch anil bowels nro proinnt Ivroliuvixl and THF ODVIlJ After n few days uso of the PAIISA cured by tlio Dormanemly uso of Dr IAHUllAN Women clear aiM ocautirul 1lmpies uiotches mack Spots and Skin Plorcoa EMcaRiit Purcatlvo Pelleta Krupttutis removed Borosmid Ulcers soon cured In exulanation of tho remedial power or tmaa Iertous sitCVrliitf from Scrofula Kruptlvo Diseases Follcta over so jrreat a variety of diseases tt of tho Uyes Jlouth lCurs Legs Throat and Glands may truthfully bo said that thoir actiioa upoa that liuvo accumulated and spre nd cither from un tho avstetn Is univoraal uot a gland or tiwe cured diseases or mercury may rely upon a curo If Sola by tho barsiipurllla is continued a sufflclout time to escaplno their itnnativo inlluenoe sisko Its impression upon thosTtcm drutfirlstfl 25 cents n vial Manufactured at tba Tho wonderful cures effected by tho Sarsaparillian Chonilcal Lnborutoryof WoitrDB DiHPXNeUT HoMilveut of Kidney lllsdder Ovarian and Urinary Wkuioal Association lluttulo N Y Radways Sarsaparillian Resolvent ntlloua IXoaAaolto Bizzlaeaa Conatlpu tlon Indtgoatloiii ami nil Ililloua Attacka 500111 OF CATAimil DulL hoadacho obstruction of Uio dasaI Iiassairca dlschurges rnlllnir from tho head watery Into tho throat sometimes profuse mucoua nnd acrid nt others tltick fetinclouH eyes are tho purulent bloody und putrid lliero lo ringiBg weak watery and inflamed in tho cant deafness haclcitiff or coughing to clear tho thront expectoration of offensive from ulcers matter together with scabs nasal twang the tee voice lo changed nud has n breath to offensive smell and tiisto aro Im- Â¬ with paired thero Is a Ecnmvtlon of dizziness gen mcnUl depression it hncklng cough and named oral liability Only a few of tho aboveanyone symptoms aro likely to bo prcwont In case Thounnnils of ensefl antiually without manifesting half of tho above Hvinptonu ro Bttlt In consuinptlun and end in tho grate No dlseiiso 1h bo common moro deecptiyo aud dangerous or less understood by phypiclans Ily Its mild soothing and healing propcrtlei Dr Sagort CatArrh cola caw of Cntnrrli Ctiryzn and Catarrhal Iloutlaclip every whero W cent Hold by druggists heavy 0 iKfy SYMPTOMS WOL la offered by tho manufactur- Â¬ ers of Sncosi Catarrla H1A tft nl V fiil Clnoiilo Nasal Catnrrh wblck f s lr 11 they cannot cuie Â¬ of tho duy Natures most becoming dress AVliat tho uloao 1 jI I I n together and work in first the yelks thou the milk then the Hour and whites Hake in well buttered water or xvaille irons very quickly browning Hull them while as little as possible hot upon a smooth round stick not larger than your little finger slipping it out carefully when the cake takes the right shape Boston Budget A DUTCH INTERIOR JCooin In n Description of tlio Slttititr WulUtci Dn Hollander limine H i the 700 fires which are recorded in the last quarterly report of the New York fire department 885 or moro than one half are put down as the re suit of carelessness Smokers were re sponsible for fifty nine und lav works Dutch are intensely conservative loving for nineteen their forefathers ways and traditions Only half imittl a tomboy Whitehall and treasuring their family heirlooms old native Tim of old blue Oriental china delft carvings brasses fine engraved It Is qulto appropriate- for the press to glasses ami notably their old silver claim presH cduncc Icxas Sitiny This room as several others I saw I Tuouim the dice box gets the shake tlio would give an impressionist the idea of man who holds it docs the Blinking Hart- Â¬ lirownnoss brightened by brasses and ford Times blue china Dark brown are tho high Can yon recommend for me a pood homo wainscot the panoled ceiling carved course of botany asks a correspondent chimney peice and tho beautiful old Yes the Hour barrel Cordovan leather wall hangings stamp- Â¬ A iiai vegctablo to have aboard a ship ed in fahed gold brown also the carved a leek stiff fiirnituro and its cushions But ice mans bill --Boston A coal tho gleam of old brass chandeliers and Courier chisel tho sconces brightens the gloom man of rjiiL What is It that Is oftcnest lost nt tho latter set round tho wainscot ledge Golden Tho Bight of land seal Will heing of strango shapes an antiquarian Day would Vainly covet And besides tho A Chinaman can niako money by running usual brass firo irons hungup on either a T store aido tho old tiled liroplaco are somo peddle tho while some Caucasians might whole alphubot und starve loss known in England a brass repousse Texas Sifting box holding dried liompstalks to light Tun beat candles great snuffers and alongblow girls waist belt road Is thnt around a pretty pipo for the fire also useful in extin Â¬ The butcher Jk hard up indeed when ho high Two heavy guishing candles placed lirnss handles depend also from tlio cant raise a steak Merchant Trtnler high chimnoy hoard their uso puzzling The fisherman lias no dllllculty in making Why for both ends meet when he catches an eoL mo for What aro they old gontlomon to hold by wlion lifting Boiton Courier ex Â¬ up ono foot to warm thoir toes Nothino succeeds like successor a womnn plained Hugo cheerily Our ancestors who linn made up her mind to mnko a man wore heavy you hoc and could not marry ImFail Jtiver Admnce Ah ijke as two poos two boona Jfarfttr1 itand long on ouu log without support After tho urassoH tlio hluo china re Bazar lioves tho oyu in tho rich somberuessof Tin land question how much an aero tho roorii Big Jam and lessor porcelain JlarptrM Jtatur of all shapes tiro nrranged on tlio wains Â¬ Tub best thing for a snob In a snub cot and nil about the roomj with queer lQit CitUen dolft plaques allowing neapieccH And Tuv ow phyulo to your neighbor dog having dishes with nluku to liuhl the Votion Dramtrift neck victim Kwjluh JllujtfvUd mm Of ed Here is the favorite sitting room of tho house opening out of the hall and the serrc the antique room an excellent specimen of what several other Dutch gentlemen also have or aim to have for it necessitates perhaps years of care- Â¬ ful collection and selection It is a near- Â¬ ly exact representation of an sitting room such as you shall sec in interiors by Nicolas Macs The livers the fresh milk direct into the vacuum pan whilst an air tight door is provided for the removal of the j solidified material A circular shaft i running through the pan is furnished with stiiring arms and scrapers for actuating and mixing the viscid milk and is driven by suitable belting or gearing The water tight jacket is furnished with three pipes giving ad- Â¬ mission to cold water hot water and steam respectively so that the requisite heat can be maintained and regulated with the greatest nicety An overflow pipe is also provided It is claimed that powdered milk pos- Â¬ sesses excellent keeping qualities and that samples exposed to moist air at a temperature of one hundred and twen Â¬ ty degrees Fahrenheit have after many months been found unaffected either as regards flavor or appearance The process is by no means confined to cane sugar for admixture with the milk malt or grape sugar will produce results equally satisfactory Powdered milk is well adapted for addition to tea coffee chocolate and other kindred beverages whilst that in the form of lumps will be lotiiut convenient lor many purposes j The manufacture of instantaneous beverages should receive an impetus j from the invention now tinder discus- sion for milk in powder lorm can now be added to extract of eolloc powdered chocolate or cocoa The uses of milk for cooking pur-poses are too well known and appreei- ated to need any special enumeration reader will readily perceive how j tho valuable the invention must prove it- Â¬ self in all culinary arts whilst travel- ers both by land and sea can not fail to avail themselves of the new article i Chambers Journal I i To tho man or woman vvho has never is meaning- Â¬ been ill the tvord health less But to tho ono who has suffered and It Mcnni rluthliur liustucss ttm Imtrd HUtr now upon tt Wo our ltnoks over 1IUW0 cus tumri s nhom we havo supplied ditiot savlne lio despaired health appears as a priceless boon To tho thousands of unfortunate women who are suffering from somo of tlio niiinv forms of weaknesses or irregu- Â¬ larities peculiar to their sex Dr Pierces Favorite Prescription holds forth tho promiso of a Bpcedy restoration of this priceless boon a Naturallt town llttlo Idyoller Vor baby -- fr THREE FACTS Â¬ Baa a Chinese Co Chicago R W Tansill rix My retail sales of your TausillB Punch S cent cigur for lust year lbb2 wero lbii000 lit This year I expect to sell at least J50000 of this justly popular brand Cuas 8 PitowiTT DruggiBt Denver CoL olllre thtlr Youvn got tho drop on me as tlio pa PLY1IOUTII lEOCtX IANTS CO IU Summer Mi ccf ItoHton Illass per Eold to tho ink blot Charlcttoicn Enltr prise tlirm tlio enormous proQt mill oxpcmlvo rruts of tho Jobber ami rctnllrr a wiMioMrrKBUtrany oik to bn sorry he dealt villi us for vm nlways liivn nnd alwnvs will re fund money foruny cause ntiiitlii Iiiiiufiiiit Act Now ami liriflu t ihvu uw clotlilnpforthorojitof jour llfci ujtd If you Iiavo al ways worn rrcuhj mote lutrln Kuw to know tlio lujuuy of VVsJ0UlAr lolhlinr Do one of two t hints Mi mi 0 cents fur itacLuiM of samplen und self ineasuniiient bunks Sikntiok this rAPKii and we Hlllsendn ooou mvkv uitAsvnK rner Ji Oitlfjou can not wait for samiilrs toll us what color you like fhe us your waiht mrabout und INSlDie measures tumtlier with 5S nnd Mireutsfor Iotairnorirfpalil express and pnrkincund m will uUAHASTKKto please or lefund your money lo those who do not already Kvow our reputation tho American Kxiirurs Co capital a0coWK will eliecrfully write In auawtr to uny iuiiuliles sent to Lloiiton M 1 wI0U3liSlr Untold Aftou from Cntarrk Prof W HAnsvrn tho famous mesmerist Somo ten ycaraago of Whim N 1 writes I Biiffored untold ngony from chronic nasal catarrh My family tihyBl clan gavp me up m incurnblo mid said I miiBt tlio My caso wa buh such it bad one that every day towards coukl I set my voloo would becomo so hoarsoniorning In the iKirclyspoak nbovo a whisper my coughing nnd clearing of my throat would uso or Br Sages almost Btranglo mo Uy tho Cntarrh Ilomedy in threo months I was a well man aud tho euro baa been pcrmnncnt Thomas J ltuaniNCi IJsq tool Pine ttrf 1 wna n great sufferer St Isouta Mo writes from oirUrrh for throo years At times I could hardly brcatho nnd was constantly hawking nnd spitting and for tho Inst eight months could not brcntho through tlio nostrils I thought nothing could bo dono for me Luck-Â¬ ily Iwas advised to try Dr BagosCatarrli Uemisly and I am now u well man I IjcJleve for it to bo tho only Btiro roincdy only catarrh now to giyo it a manufactured and ono bus astouiiding results and fair trial to experience a permanent cure Dr Pierces Pleasant Purgutive Pellets vegetable hurmleuc painless ourol pump An Tun Fpoolts nnd roMIiis tlmt delicto To rU with terror nil tho iiIkIUI That Etiilk tUmud In hldi uuit drentns With vrlilali ilyshopi lun fiincy looms Will uovor troulilo with their ills Tho mun vrho trusts In 1lorcu it Illl Constantly Hawking and SpltUns cxhnustivo nrtlcle tho Texas bijllngit Btomach Â¬ w JTIInTID Hills liair and Whisker Faiii Fashionables patronize that stand ard bcautiiier Glenns Sulphur Soap LATEST STYLES LArt r ALL IIIK THE Dyo 5Je Tho best IN After a cyclone every body feels blew nnd discouraged Tun best cough medicino is Pisos Curo Sold everywhere 5J5c for Consumption In great extremities a Western mans gout eie JJaven ietm Oxtoen Cum Throat lung norvous diseases Book free DrGeppertCinclnnatl0 Â¬ i The wily autumnal politician llko tho street Arab 6tumps it for suckcra If afflicted with Sore Eyes ubo Dr Isaac Thompsons Eyo Water Druggists soil itiiSc A man will run after a dollar whllo a dog will follow a scent Ontario ree Prcs I Shoo In tho world fit Finest Cnlf perfectlltilfoliand wirranltd Ciirnri etiy r and laco all styles toe As c W ilylliu aud durable as thotu coLllnir Ii or 0 jff s V Is DDUUIAH J H2r SHOE excels jf o s Tho W L DOUGLAS 3only SKASIIESB SHOE Ok saw ltr CBOrder uof yoiirKows dcul sho was llvo years old very badly 1 or or send JW cents for latest Sagos Catnrrti Ilemotly advcrtlBed nnd pro- number to eti rod a bottlo for her and soon aw tlmt It U J MOItHF Iubllhrr Knw helped her a third bottlo niroctrd O IMtl 1UI1 Hi few VorL nent euro Sho Jb now clKhtccn years old and souuu anu ucariy ron miim imatj 1TKHT Do La Modo 1 TAIIIS AXU NXU 10UK 1ARlllONH Pa says Ert Throo Ilottlcs Curo Catarrk KouniNfl Runvan P 0 ColwtnMrt catarrh My daughter had Opw 83 the mum titca by other i bhoes adv nnd Its Have treated null most wonderful success tisovecotn bio rprnedles entirely harmless Ilomovo of Dropsy B tolio dnys al syinptoms pronoiinrcdInhopeless by tlio Iurti putlunts Krointlrsidososyiiiptoins bustphyslciuns rnnhilv illKunnenrniid Intundarsat least two thirds ofi nil symptoms ore removed Somo may cry Iiuuibuic without knowinit any tiiiiiKiiuouiii no nicinber It costs you notlilni to roHllto tho merit of ourtreiitmentforyourioirWonrocontantly curing rnscsof lontrstiindlntr cases that have been tapped tho patient declared unable r uumbcrof UiuomuuI litstoryofciisenaiiienKososto Uvea weok ilvofull Heiui for free pamphlet con how lot j fitlllctedPtc tnlnlnK testimonials renduystrcatiiieiitfiirnlhed free by mull If you order trial you must return this udvorttsomunt to us with IU cents In stamps to pay postage Kpllcpy Kits positively cured H R O PSY 11 t3T TREATED FREE rompllcntlons Urvpy t mi Boys alt trear tlioW T nOUflLAS 8J 8IIOK If your dealer docs not kieit lieui send yournsmeou postal to W I DOUOtAfl IlrocltUin V fuva JLZ jn iw hh J criassssBi sj5j C sWi aq mzSht0 yn kaikdvX3ZW - co ia Km - VERMIFUGE V c w nPANACEX IPUnirlEa I iJsMsjJ si9r I 3BE CHEERFUL MILDREMSV use THE J IIBDd CI klUa tf tuk Stwl Ms mam - TO6Stt7 dVV iX ITM Keii r from Factorr We itake our rrniitatIoiiof47 wirion ttils lllfle and aver riiiirtititn It tin liltrirest srW0- - inn In Send tic Ill staintiHforllluttratrd l Dcrrlptlventslijiie duns Kiriti 10t iiKo Ilrvo1verlUhlrulckle IUcyclnporllnBUoodiAc JOHN 1 LOVKLL AltMS CO Hottou Mass ClirjfSBSsffiSEaffikffi REPEATINQ mvkk such I5AKOAIN ItKIOItK RIFLE ll loORESTORER I ntrr THE GREAT mmtw WolsturoliiUHoltrh P I sWlnr MtloRlng most nt night unvhcratchlnir vervdtstressll I allowwi Ut continue tumors form whlch RYMPTHMS CURE FOR H GREEN l SONS M Db Atlanta Oa COCKLES ANTI BILIOUS GEv1iik SOOTH IKON AND HTKEI VllADlii TiraU FRA TeR AXLE GREASE lint tor Co In tbo World Made only by the Fraxer Lubrica-Â¬ at Clilcmro N Y it bt Iau1s Sold tvtryichtr ITCHING PILES IvIf Mrod and ulcci ato hocomlngTorTSafa vof too ftv HWAYNKH OINTMENT Upbs BtopiltchlngAliloodlnghoaUjr I nil sv ulceration and in many Xif L ZLrArvcaAca iruiovea tliaxWHrlll ilUrtKtuinnritTtvnsJlUairilli 60 JtXXiXms THE GREAT ENGLISH REMEDY For Liver Win Indigestion etc Frrn from Jlercuryi A front coutalns only Iuro Vrnctaliln Inredlrntt KW YOKIC C1IAS Ji CltlTTUNTOA aHK nKST vnitTicALi milx Durable CatnpsoC Wrlie for Descriptive Circu lar Mention this paper Straub Mohinery Co jt FRENCH BUHRS Cincinnati bo business Hparo uioiueiita ployed also A few vacancies in towns and cities XI F JOHNSON CO 1013 Alain 8U Ulchmund Va tot soldlorsnnfl widows of tho IMA Mexican War and Ilcbclllon All I kinds of novcrnment Claims Collected Circular of laws sent free KiTZiieiiAU A UK Clnlin Collectors Indianapolis InO 1ownix Â¬ worklmr for us Airenw preferred who can t urnUh the their own horsos und Klvo their whole tlmo to em proiltably nmy 100 to S300Ko fl Â¬ con lliEOLDESTMEDICINESInlliaSOLOEVORuBQISri iniviii mm 7 hrilOinUP rrrlM uiiuiuiiu Fleoa ITomody for Dost Kaslest to Use Catarrh is the JM and Choapeet f fa J o IB ft i unto r num a to jvwztMY holhe 5 In tlio world KUnnitforMaJiiniottilllusdCata- Chlcuuo InniiH WAlLAiKtil V Madison bt B80I1I WsBiml Iq bydrnctrlstaornflDtbymaiL Jfureitlno Wnrron 1a O CARUQ In Ohio Cheap flood Pond for description rfllimo nnd price 11 N JUvcitorr JeffortouO W IIUKHhTKU 1 niV 7u9rS ties not underCamnli nnrtli It IU tho hores fret Write HlYtirtX ItKISUOUlKUU IUIIBlt ma loKmn1rUniJ rtrr Csaotr lBsrtterttHrls KipritBiiolBMirr IsitUvtsfskscv Hhrtiril DETECTIVES lraBBBDcUcUTnaroaBCoUAt6s4oCIeilisistt Carsnl faa 9 Morthlne ifmhU any 111 Msrs4U fu0dnyc Nu sftephens Shamm 11 r return mall rnii trimMsut Mnnilya Now Tailor H Cutting MCJOVtUCln4rftwarZ H l 3 - I OPIUM llllsiiti J HHHHl Sbyan TJ fjWsssW t This represents a fcsaltby life TkrooxaQOl IU Y Miom faJfammWmmmmmmK9mwL Jtirt such m lira Miaerenlor who Big ibo Bwitfta sua m SBjIBBrr The wllim4 PMo4rati rift KBeltm4ie ttt lau leH ura rMMMpt W W a 1DIIIU Habit Cured ufMUf7W t a aiates u wsott4 Ul lUm rt s r a j UayutlHCi Hvts Ui com rt 4Uj In mss41I TsirerHkUp MstlarUt mtdfttvmfy kp1n m4 nr m mmftntuurA vMIm m A Hirer MKaluttt all farm mt hshmimini mrlulmtM JUsasn NuJ A taiujt uinlin Ins n avrrjriTPrjJTir-wiixM-iz7wi7Tr-----m n 1U Sfttrs etl WH we Mti any Arm Ms4iKsist I gwtlhu BILE IRANS parlfy bf meUng pruwHiljr HUln nA llrorllr mn ruHaUior mm the jAvrcHiblHHlwH KM- lltFjr MTecfitabln obi EDUCATIONAL i tkl eltt tc flmt sfsr j s HUfclMCSHCOl sfc ltst Mut4ussCoirS r - t for lha fccx tfttslfjH Wt- IfPals Hse gl VttftftNiwwtr O CltHSS Wg OkT Utvskstsasissa sew IM ssJuwiisamH s n ass sassaww uu oOsj yjtwwsfrsim xsjjim rvfi 9r wwt -- - At n tr truskK WUiTlu iiasusw im m o s4n Hh fi rvt j lymf i 1 T 11 -- u XI r Mi Mi HI rfr w Special Correependcnce Sterling Jackson Oct 11 The wall of tho Buoccm to PUiUHD 1Y SPENCER CQQREtt hekald O new court house is very nearly completed AR u daisy 1 YMf Ezel Oct 10 As your correspondent Shes G W Calmca of Leo county is Hon st K raid In AArneL AbA in town at West Liberty - has been at homo to gather the past week Court of Olmnis convened today tho bows this and not Capt W L and Z T Hurst ot Wolfe TJWIE TABLE letter will be short county are attending court Eobert Fields vtho ltaa been visiting XMtacknd South Atlantic Railway his father at this place started for tho C H Stoll of Lexington attorney for tho K U R R is in our midst looking VStandRrdUltto 22 mitmice el o wet than Mt West a few days ago after the laud interests of his company William Hurt of Magoffin county ir Sterling tirnc We arc glad to note the presence of No 1 lcavoit Stealing at 7 A M arrives in town atRothwcll at 640 A M rela- Â¬ Wm Caun aud wife of Beattyville in H Powers and wifo Jiro visiting our town ZNo 2 leaves Rothwell tit 9 A M arrives at tives at this place Mt Sterling at 1030 A si Marriage license were issued today for Ecv D G Comb3 is --it homo again JNo3 Icavei Mt Sterliog atldO M Folix Turner and Emily Angel and Sam and preached at this place yesterday Mel rivc8 at Rotuwtsll at 320 r Howard and Martha Short No 4 leaves Rothwell at 345 1 M arrives His report of tho last trip is nino addi- Â¬ Several tracts of land sold today by J tions to the church organized one church atMt Storllng at 530 l M No 2 connects at Mt Sterling with 1105 A two Sunday schools and one prayer n Marcum Master Commissioner of the O railway Breathitt circuit court at fair prices M and 1C7 1 M train on C meeting John W Jones of Frankfort is buying Lexington Cincinnati and Louisville for Charley Sample and wife from Lacy U7o 3 connects at Mt Sterling witli 1105 A timber in this county this X train on C O from the East and 13G Creek aro visiting relatives atwe place While at West Liberty got actrain from Louisville and Cincinnati Frequently accidents occur in the 1M MoiUgomery county court day special quainted with tho former Back of TriE household which cause burnscuts sprains ileavcs Rothwell on the 3rd Monday in each HuitALD and saw him sworn in as an and bruises for use in such cases Dr J Tjnonth at 730 a M arriving at Mt Sterling attornoy at law H McLeans Volcanic Oil Liniment has at 9 AM EctnrningIeaves Mt Sterling It is said that the flour mill at this at 3 P M arriving at Rothwell at 430 1 M place is to have some things fixed to its for many years been the constant favor- Â¬ ite family remedy Sold by G Ii Swan rXeaves Rothwell for Mt Sterling at 5 p M innards They call it the roller process go HpzcI Green GEO B IIAKPR Supt so they can compete with the white truck that comes from a distance TAZEWELL COUNTY VA Wo met with Leslie Swctnatn at West Special Correspondence Liberty who informed us that ho was a Judge Gra- Â¬ WHAT OUR NEIGHBORS ARE DOING permanent candidate for matrimony And Oedau Bluff Oct ham passed through town this morning Coinplloil by County CorrcapomloiitH and was there seeing if thero was auy hope en route to Jefferson ville for a time worn lover Cut nnil ComluiiHml from Our On last Saturday John Lyons and Capt Davin is oreeting his dwelling Coiitomporiirlos Harrifcon Jones had a difficulty on the house on Dr Peerys farm MOItOAN COUNTY rond between hero and Frenchburg and The railroad is still booming From Lyons shot and killed Jones The news all accounts the hands will commence Special Correspondence Jones force West Lwekty Oct 10 Circuit court comes that to marrywas trying to when work here next week low with measles Miss Joe Cecil is very Lyons son his daughter ia in session with Judgo Cooper on the John came to try to settle the matter nope she will soon bo up again A great number of cases for tbench Â¬ Win Lester and family will winter in Jones drew his pistol While carrying concealed wcuprms wero dispos and along the ruad talking Lyons walk- Tennessee ing caught od of the result of which is our jail has Mrs Robert Baldwin will open her hli chance and shot Jones Biujit t so vend more inmates music class next week It is in con- Â¬ Cyrus Perry who was indicted for nection with the Cedar Bluff High school What True Merit Will Do conspiracy in the murder of Jell Carr Dot Tho unprecedented hale of Boschees some ten years since vuh tried at this German Syrup within a few years lias term of the court and acquitted Tobacco Railroads and Suicldo David Koberls who is ciiargcd with astonished the world It is without doubt O wings ville Ky Oct 10 US the murder of James Kendall in 1801 the safest and best remedy ever discov- Â¬ J B Goodpaster have just closed one of will doubtless bo tried this week Z T ered for the speedy and etfectual euro of tho largest tobacco sales ever made in this Young W W McGuiro A T Wood Coughs Colds and the severest Lung part of the country J M Barker of and E C Orcar aro for the defense M troubles It acts ou an entirely different Cincinnati being the purchaser The M Ecdwine Commonwealth attorney principle from the usual prescription amount was 235 hogsheads averaging will be assisted by J WKendall of this given by Physicians as it does not dry 1250 pounds and the price 20 cents a place and Kccno Prichart of Catletts- up a Cough and leave tho disease still in pound all around This tobacco was the system but on tho contrary removes bought by tho Goodpastcra early in the burg and others J B Sraalloy who has been at work the cause of the trouble heals the parts summer at a comparatively low price cut Hazel Green sometime renovating affected and leaves them in a purely Judjge Win Lindscy goes to West healthy condition A bottle kept in the erty today for the purpose of askingLib feathers is now at this place the Eov J M Downing preached at the house for use when the diseases make County court of Morgan county to sub Christian church Saturday night and their appearance will nave doctors bills mit to the voters of that county the and a long spell of serious illness A proposition to subscribe 3100000 to the Bunday John II Picralt George Carson and trial will convinco you of the facts It capital stock of the Paris Georgetown John M Iioso of llazul Green were in is positively sold by all druggists aud and Frankfort railroad attendance at court the first of last week general dealers in the land Price 75 Earnest Stoner twenty five years of Capt Homar and wife of Mt Sterling eta largo bottles age committed suicide at his fathers ware visiting here home nearShavpesburg nine miles north MAGOFlIN COUNTY W T llavcns of the Sentinel-Denio-vcrof this place Saturday about 10 was here last week oclock by taking morphine The young Special Correspondence Judgo V W Cox of this place is was Salyiuvitlk Oct 11 The Salycr man sober comfortably situated in life and icon fined to his room with flux was industrious and frugal There lion J M Kash of Hazel Green Z ville base ball club was greatly disap is no cause known for his rash act except pointed last Saturday at the non arrival J1 Hurst and J C Lykins of Campton Â¬ perhaps that is of the Hazel Green nine who were to ily several of ithis hereditary in his famattorneys attended court last week ancestors having taken Rev Bascom llagau of tho Methodist have been hero at that time to play their own Uvea without apparent cause church after tin abseuco of ouo year lias another match game Rev Gyros Riffle the former pastor been returned to this place accompanied Patterson Must Hang of M E church in this place has been ly his wifo nee Miss Thompson of East returned by the Annual Conference for The Court of Appeals has aflirmed the Bernstadt decision of the Circuit Court in the case Eov 11 A Humphry who has boon the ensuing year and has met with of Win Patterson sentenced to death tsiek with the flux for sometime died on great success in religious work We feel for complicity in tho murder of Miss tho 5th inst His remains was taken verv greatful to have him with us again Jennie Bowman in the city of Louisville tfied Ou Saturday the 8th hist wife tirom hero to Mason county for burial about the first of bust April It will be of Russell Arnett IIo loaves a wifo and two children to On last Friday night while- Mr A T remembered that Albert Turner who inourn his death was hung on the first day of last Juty Patrick was the It is rumored there is to bo a wedding circuit courtabsent attendingwas Morgan for the murder of Miss Bowman confessMrs Patrick aroused Hut dont toll Im nt this place coon ed tho crime and at Pattersons trial tsurd you wont perhaps it is not en but by some one trying to break into the testified that he and Patterson together jreally that is what thoy say I dont house aud on going to tho window dis- were tho guilty parties Upon this and covered some one on the out side She pretend to know told him to leave which order he did corroborating evidence Patterson was We could not do without TiiEJIIrUAU convicted and sentenced to hang ou the tand wo nnxiously await each isMie ami not immediately obey when she having same day with Turner but taking the wo earnestly bono that when tho little a revolver in hand hied through the case up the execution was suspended tlown of Hazel Green shall increase to a window but without effect except to On the scaffold and just before being population of 10000 inhabitants you make tho villian hastily retreat On Saturdav night Haino penon or swung off Turner renounced all his forjmay still continue to publish Tin II Kit penons tntereu toe dwelling ot J l mer statements and said that PattorsonÂ¬ ALUhuiuioro commodious structure with Collins whileho was asleep and procured was innocent and that he alone coma11 tho appliances of a city newspaper Notwithstanding this 52 00 in money and the store key from mitted the deed ZVll JvXAIlKX his wifes drcM poi ket They tlu ii went last steament of Turnei with the rope dangling before his eyes tho Court of ot 10--- W Itf Aroyw P Sample to the store and took about 235 from the Appeals after a careful review of the waf Ezol has taught the farm of E B cash box aud left tho key in the door case affirms the judgement of the lower May at tKia place for SI 600 Mr Sam--jil- A reward of f0 is otlerud for the arrest court and Patterson will hang unless and conviction of the guilt party has moved in and we would be glad Circuit court will begin in this place the Governor interferes to sco a few inoro just such men colnu in on the 17th inat and will likely couiiuuo io our town Rnilroad Racket James J Hill of Meuefoo county has six weuk as there are several important About the consolidation of the towns jsold his farm to W C Hill and moved case to try and Judge Cooper fays he io of Beattyville and Proctor in Leo coungoing to clear the docket this timo tin to Maytown ty the Three Forks Enterprise says Soinf of the Salyerville boys got their It AChildors has bought tho house Whether the two towns over become iand lot where Goorgo Eogets lives and hands badly bruised last Satuulay while one or not thero will be unity of interest Hoys take and purpose enough to always inako playing a game of base ball rthu blacksmith shop of E J Bogers T 1 Hull and wife of this place vis warning and put your hands in your them practically one Both of them are fitod friends and relatives on Bed ltivor pockets when you see the ball coming fed by the three streams that unite at Satukn 3aat week this point and give to tho towns advan Maytown can boast of having the beft tages not enjoved by any other towns in Wrotohocl Intlood Row Kuustom mill in Eastern Kentucky tho Stato rho counties above Lee IMftnkor tho manager of the mill is run Are those whom a confined tendency to traversed by tho North South nnd Mid- Â¬ yum it day nnd night to keep up and biliousness subject to tho various and dle forks aro Letcher Perrv Knott Ithen cant supply the demands he baa changeful symptoms indicative of liver Breathitt Wolfe Leslie Clay nm OwsNausea sick headache con ley The territory thus drained is large tfoir Hour and lumber IIo is adding a complaint tfirfct class plainer to his mill which will stipation furred tongue an unpleasant enough for an empire aud is all under Â¬ Ve u great benefit to this community breath a dull or sharp nain in tho neigh Â¬ laid with coal and iron of tho finest iMnnkor ia the right mau in tho right borhood of the nlfbcted organ iuipuritv quality That tho timber of that vast of the blood and low of appetite signal region is practical Iv inexhaustible goes jilacoi Mr B l Dixou and family am visit- - izc it as one of the most common of without saying With a railroad to this ujrhor father at Salyervillo this weeJc maladies There is however a benign point it matters not in what direction Our public school with Mi Bosa Leo specific for the disease and all its un Â¬ it may extend our advantages will bo 3CusU aa teacher is proKUwing finolv pleasant uitinifestutioiis It is the eon unsurpassed Mn ia one among the best tenahers in current testimony of the public and ilia Outsiders to Reap tho Bonoflt tVio mountuMs of Kentucky that 1 1 os to Mows Sho is medical profession Wo perceive that the attention of Stomach Bitters is n modioiue which giving universal satisfaction J O Swunxo and family laf t last woolc Mihieves reajsltfl speedily folt thorough Eastern eanitalihts is being diracted to Bewides rectifying liver tho undeveloped wealth of Eastern Ken We and bimijrn Uo tnuko their homo ut Lexington fcyuro norry to giv them up disorder U invigoraUw tho feeble con Â¬ tucky Not only in the tout but through Â¬ Day cumo homo last weuk from quers kidney and bladder complaints out the State tnere aiv mines of wealth W -- XHlwvillo to wtit on liU wllo who has and lnutitns tho coiivalweence of thoso which only requires delving ami digging recovering from enfeebling diseases to onrioh tho enterprising explorer In M lick for soma time At tho U1I0 of C ISwango hwtiveuk Moreover it is tho jjraud tmeuifiu for bar iimtfhlMK coal production and ovory description of ore Kentucky has hardly fever and ague 4rYrythir brought pxd price u rival in any alur Sutehut her own M 1 WW U jiroparlng to build him MaalstrctM can net blank Warrant Hiiis have Miilured hor to sleep the shp dtllijiB adioinini tlm MothodUt Aftmim lYft iircuiet iy tuo unio im Mxuoiitloim and lbiploviu Howls at this of a Hip Van Winkle until outshhi iiip bttroli 4 i Ir uc at 20 uuuU por quiK fcent iy maw tornrUi is nmvhur to roMit the harvest It up m will Imve oomo one to weep frato j Cfovlnntott Commonwealth ou riuoipt of prJciv Hasel Green Herald a pa 8peaccr Cooper of The d through town to day en route for Mt Hald BBKATHITT COUNTY Exchange Bankof Kentucky BRINKLEY DHAHCB8 GRUBBS IN the hub3iifition t- ESTABLISHED IK 1858 a Capital Stook SJOOiOOO SURPLU8 SMESJIH ia PLATE 5 IO4l42tJ - - SHEET IRON Tinners Stock Mantols Etc And Manufacturers of the only bank in the city that sells Foreign Does a general banking business and TXr- Exchange Prompt attention given to the collection of debts and the patronage of the people of the mountain counties is especially solicited J G TRIMBLE President LESLIE THOMSON Cashier MT STERLING KY Plain lamped and Japanned Tinware Â¬ 62 Wjsot Main Street 201 7tii St LOUISVILLE ICY 209 fl6 tim and to Â¬ EASTERN KENTUCKY 5 - Â¬ sleep comfortably Please read the following condensed extracts from unsolicited testimonials all of recent Oliver V R Holmes San Jose Cal writes I find the Remedy all and even more than represented I receive instantaneous relief E M Carson A M Warren Kan wrievr Was treated bv eminent physicians of this country and Germany tried the climate of uulorentbtates nothing auoraeu renet like your preparation L B Phelps P M Griggs Ohio writes Suffered with Asthma 40 yeArsYour medi cine in 3 minutes does more for me than the most eminent phyaiciun did for me in three vears II C Plimpton Joliet 111 writes Rend Catarrh Remedy at once Cannot get aloug without it I find it to be the most valuable medicine I have ever tried We have many other hearty testimonials of cure or relief and in order that all sufferers from Asthma Catarrh Hay Fever and kindred diseases may have an opportunity of testing the value of the Reinedv we will send to any address TRIAL PACKAGE FREE OF CHARGE If your druggist fails to keep it do not permit him to sell you some worthless imitation by his representing it to be iut a good but send directly to us Write your name and address plainly Address J ZIMMERMAN tCo Props Wholesale Druggists Woostcr Wayne Co Ohio Full size Uox by mail 100 ju20y Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ towns and cities in tlu U S to take orders for our new patent low solid Bronze or Nicklc Door Pltus oor Belle Struct Numbers fcc From 10u to 500 can be made in a very short time Fine outfit cafceB for samples FREE Write for proof of what agents arc doing and list of unocuupicd territory It will pay you t do so We refer to the editor of thin paper SOLD BY ALL DRUGGIRTS Having struggled 20 vcars bitween life who has purchuHed one of our plates MICHIGAN DOOR PLATE CO and death with ASTHMA or PHTHISIC Grand Rapids Mich treated by eminent physicians and receivI was compelled during the ing no benefit J- lost 5 years of my illncsfi to sit on my chair 9 duy and night gasping for breath My Buf ferings were beyond description In despair WITH I experimented on myself bv compounding roots and inhaling the medicine thus obtained I fortunately discovered this WONDER m FUL CURE FOR ASTHMA AND CATARRH warranted to relieve the most stubborn case of ASTHMAN FIVE MINUTES so that the patient can lie down to rest and m D LANCELLS ASTHMA AND CATARRH IJif h R VVAlUPl mm MmUrVT mmmm m m good agent of cither Pnuchml Â¬ Â¬ H GLAKSCE Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ nu viQiTOiio Â¬ Oluluiru um 337 AVest a vn Alain Street a61y LOUISVILLE WA WOKD WITH Harbison 707 709 GathrsgSit W MAIN STREET HARNESS AND COLLARS it 71 1 BADDLBRY LOUISVILLE KY JOE It TURNER Headquarters Jit Sterling Ky KKPHKSKNTIXG v Green Huffakr 015 W Main St fi Co WholcHiile Dealers in BOOTS AND SHOES LOUISVILLE KY Will W RUSSELL TAIIOR W W ItlNQO heut Mt Sterling every County Court at Jat Tabor Bingos i DAILY Disease CarGft Withont ffieflicina Â¬ Hack Fare Si i BETWEEN ine Â¬ h MARVELOUS BHVEHTfOH Jiff iricnij ana angnruira iuuku FOR HEALING T1IK SIC1C AT CONQUER JAU 1AUt A ValaiMe IMTOTf tata f jtlMn rr for inpplybi Itornellsm la ho ba M Soior llefore for lloallcg the Bleb Rothwell Station and Hazel Green RA jjQ7Connccts with trains on Ky railroad morning nnd evening W- TTowairono warfnro aaalnst rhvjlclane or tho Tliufrfpheroof use- modleal fmtonilty Konorullr Tiiinptt iv mririi njin vra ulhiii ki mil in mininp nlshlnt auxiliary incnnH for cuitntr tho sick Tliopj honest physician occupies a high placo In publla H OBtcm nncl deservedly so too While our Appll H nnuox nro not a panacea for ovory 111 thoy aro what H hma nr Wt Im An rill a1 n Â¬ and careful drivers Children in Ladios iLeavc Httwl Green ii a in ar Rothwell 2 p m Lv Rothwell at 9 am ar Hazel Green ft p m Comfortable hacks Evory Attontion to entimudartcrmedlclnod have fulled to glvorolief GENUiHE HAGHETiC APPLIANCES CLASSIFIED i MAGNETIC INSOLES for cold feet nnd hart circulation ci iiurimirujr uuui bend bIio of alio worn Send for circulars MAGNETIC perpnir fictia incasurooi wnsi M i hi AfBl v1 M HA Be i i BWffiTrdrW3ocnu lor circular - Â¬ II U Jul Â¬ But buy Kellys STEEL axe It is the most perfect axe made Also buy St EEL horse shoes They will outwear iion And use STEEL nails They cost the name as iron For pale in Hazel Green by G W ii SWAXGO W T CASKEY Chiios SV Livery o KY Agents for Eastern Kentucky STERLING Thompson MT F McGUlRE Co of ankle ijond forcln ularM nervous SLEEPING CAP PinfiHK7Sf hwidiioiii nuuiultfln forflffplean tuMUIaC Ill ncM rntarrh etc 1rke a by mail Sand for circular OHIfiLOS will noal frtWUkttiBSW 50IATI0 uoiutlo rheumatism tivfly emu 2 i Send tUo ot waist and hip dWfiibO cto lrlco lez at hip Ht iid for circulars CAP tor eontlemen noubli i lAftlWC1 lv OrFICSwith nervous headache neurnlKli or catai rh v i it lve rellet iinuuUiatuiy lrlci ii each kcud 8i70 ot hat worn Send for circulars for rheumatism In MflfiMSTSf KNEE CAPpositive euro Hwill a rcdueo II HiTclhnjj and rcntoro to nitturat sliu endUoof Imnieli itoly lrlfo 2 cacU by mall kneo Berfforciroulars LyWO PflOTSCTORS aro 51HftWrTft to pcriia with wuak tfiHUfttuSiU f luy rovctit nnd euro cold rheumatism laiK iiiuralifla pnoumoutfi throat ttuiihles and irlco 6 Bend for clrculurs vlth tettl tili50 en-ta- r- moHlulH HcWilliams NEW do rw tnoiit nnd Ao toniiiltis hcneilt to lo itionUtn iulillo spoalcoi s nnd shift M x ti y strtitft nen mo v ir ni cows nna nrevoui ft t hoar n Kciil tC otrouiar Irlco Jl oach by J MAGNETIC O 1IU flKIELDH curotii IIIUll VlfV VI Â¬ Sale and Feed Stable MT STERLING LCCIMO for prort rheama CJ3in8IVif tiMiilniau Iriw luvor sor and fl ttititalilMtnIV 1hto leirKliin ha vo acquired iinl kj vnri icf vcrsil iiraln fr thclp tiulioal lualitles and for V tho imii vth nhlPh they aro vioni rTi0 gjoan ii uy man Ht Izo leg tttid nnklo li iircu Hnd nn KY Â¬ n Drovers and Traders Headquarter Ui Â¬ Â¬ The attention of horse and mule especially invited to our facilities bundling of stock and we iuvito all of Woltc and adjoining counties to us when in the city is dealers for the traders call on irliinUIJbliu ly alluviaU 111lndiuestlon coiutl i I LlAblHMIlul nlll kiuiiiu V1111IJ iQuivtivjLi iaiin Iiwuii- initial Ik harttarlio perullnr to laillen nnd lmrartx wonder fit ful w r to tho whole boUj Icraunt f poleitary M uim iinpaircu uortKiisrtowir wiiinnu mem f airii Tiitiibif ciimriAninn Ii h u ii rnrll bv mll DOU t mm ri ml for circulars nirLTR for eentlcKAGNSTIC Kinwrv iuimhvhIv euro the fol- - M niili will luitiK illoniS without medicine Tutu In then hack head or limbs tirrvoua debility lmubinjo U il debility rheiimallMM piralysiB ncuriilwlu II NciMiipra diaio i f the LMtupyK torpid llviirMin- - H Ini mi xtilons Impotence he irt llcane tl fpciv Bi iHialn nla or n pturo piles otc Cn i utiutiin frco Irlco of licit with Jlotrnutlo ln W polri in tu wi intniuionf waikt andfihsoof thooj worn Send for circulars tr-- i-t liiti-tiii- fr iki t ir ular of around calf Â¬ - f to be made Cut this rur ami return to us and we will snd von free ormthini great value uJ importance to you that will Mart you in business which will bring you in inoro money njiit away than auytliuit else in the world Anvono can do the work and live ut home Either box all Hgis Soiin tiling now that just coins nionuy for all workers We will start you capiUd not needed Thin is one of the ponutne Impcr tunt chances of a lifetime Tho e who an ambitious and intcrprisniK will nut delay Gtuutl outfit freu AdJnwt TliUB A Co AtiRuata Mhuic MAGNETIC ism 1x111 h hi I i Id Icii cnliu a J TYP E JflV Tltttt bo FUANKTIN POUNDUY H nuiriifitla nervous mbauKtlon headrllll il1spiSH4iif thu llrnr lrlilnivtf wotnb - H foBtlam hart falling of tho i hrontciiillauunattuniif tho womlion hImiiuiiiiiiI belt and a Ipalrof llacnctlP Foot Ilattcr- 11 l luu I1D1 nrm C1lliJ n aw Itl thrge eniilaintii They carry n powerful maif i notli fjn to tile rent irlln dbpasai lrlri nrn T 1 viMi Manrtlc Fsot atterle 510 bent hy expnnS u 11 11 una Ixnminniion nnowiM or hy mall on V nHrflpt of uric 11 In oixlerlnt kend tnvosuru of WHlslUIIU uu ot no OR cpRscTai MARMFT n jJapkbtsunu w mr mud a u Kciuieiuen euro chr nir rhvuinatltin KUt luuitaio ixraljMi hroiifliKIs ImiK dloa4 and other complaint whli h ImiIIIv tlMitvkul if imrUKt Irlce W each llh IrmiIis SvihI mimmr nt cliHt or iHifiaml waUt Ilrnona Its inn at who cvn nut eotiult t in ahouM kIvo a irtateiii ut of their itimuilti hy I tUr and tv will ilMlvnnto ino klmlif ppllanpf In icli ats to iTmt a rtirct rtrnd vour atldrMW far tho Srs l iHtriur In ledl nl TrtHtini nt WIU nut Miilhliitf with thiiHtaiids of titiiHonta 1h Met -- Iks tiartnonU hih uilmie 1 nil airo t ti tx ssorii Tir Him int neittcithn ImI 11k ilio many trait nM an I eliw trehiinlniiM im adv rc h1vW huuh Ihi taku off eiImhl theirandjvirforvYjraiid ftrti at iniiil Thccy vrvru t all naoiuof iiiu ytar rh iii GSraiL8JffiESffi pliy-lnn- nnn aiti-taiu-- a rfilrl clr tinl-rs-I- WtifrjU ra tit Th yp tin which thin iMr lirlnttt Ii from lounilry KpiTWH JUbaip tltrrrt OluchUl Ohio AULIBON A SMITH llr THK t rOfslriUm ihromrli ourlruivMriiylAln MvtuUHril IhlvUtflilUttpuhluitfrudldl 1 MACINKTHJ 14 MrlrrN M AlPLUNCB C3rt CUU IK 1 L ijlk a