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Digital page images are linked to the text file. pgNOER COOPER Ownor nnU Editor Of H NolBy World Willi Kown tfrom AUNntlonn Lumbrltit nt Ills HaoU j 100 A YEAR Always In Advance I S i1 jSLEVJENTH YEAR 7 HAZEL GREEK WOLFE COUNTY KENTUCKY THURSDAY OOTOBER 811805 NUMBER 31 r 4 -- a 3U 1 iirii nnfmefnr HlliUJiuuiui WINCHESTER ICY a K -- WJTH12HSP00N 11 1 President HUNTER CflBlii cr Paid up Capital Surplus 20000000 6000000 This Uanlc solicits tho nccountN of mcr Hats farmers traders nnd business men rtnernily throughout Eastern Kentucky offers Its customers every facility find She moat liberal terms within tlio limits oi 1 h Irghluiulo banking ootl8ly Traders Deposit Bank s JIT STERLING KY 200000 BuiiPLUB 0AVITAL T 1 30000 if BIGSTAFF President G L KIHKPATR1CK Vice President W W THOMSON Cashier f I f We respectfully solicit the business of mcr- fhanla Atrmerii traders and business men ceherallv throughout Eastern Kontueky A pencrolnankifiR business done Give usn chance to send you a name oook nay your checks and loan you money when in need w f Thompson Cnshscr 0m j RDmuBH store 1 fa Spring Styles llnln nnrl Dnnnnfc nmo emu uumiuio STELLA KASH Your scribo hud thoplpdattro of tit tending tho finest meeting tit Qrnaay Gods Finger Toucliod Her and Sho Lick Inst Sunday that I havo had for Slept Itoins of Nowo Gathered by Busy some time There were several funerals augel of death baa again vjattcjl Tho Herald Correspondents preached Among thi preachers were our littlo village and with lta slcklo lames Wheeler David jVilltoms Dr V kcon litis laid low tho fairest flower that That Its Roadora May Bo Poatod on What L Ocvedon Logan Johnson and Wllso ever grew among us Only last week Lykins All proachcdnblo Bcrmona to a sho moved llko an nngcl among her Is Bohirj Said and Dono largo and well behaved congrcgatfon earthly friends ministering to their was ono of tho finest wants and speaking worda of lovo nnd A RESUME OF THE PAST WEEK After meeting there basket dinner over aerved on Grassy cheer today her body Is numbered with In fact a good timo In general but wo tho pale nations of tho dead and her If theres a hole in a your coats aro sorry to say Dr Oevvdon lost hfs spirit gentle aa a rierapha has viiijHl I rede yi tent it A chicls ainaiiir vim takinc notes hat at the windup of the occasion but its ilight to God who gave it Tho very And faith lieilpreiit it we think he will hnvoHho luck to find picture of health can we think she has it again Ned WOLFE COUNTY gono from us Yea though it be her f Political SiiUKiNd Major W J lifo atill speaks messages of love liopo Plat Facts Peitz Republican oandidatofor the legis- Â¬ and faith Rightly was sho christened J Now ton Vaughn passed through lature for this district will meet Hon Stella a star God nover created one our section the 10th inst enrouto home Jo C Lykins the Democratic nomineo moro fair or mado ono moro constant nt tho foil iwinsr places and discuss tho from Beattyville luidnono ever pointed moro surely to the dav Jack Frost sat heavily on the sugar issues of TIiurHiiav Oct 31 heaven than alio the memory of whoso Paint cane of this section causing the farmers White Dak Friday Nov 1 love nnd lifo ta an inspired page teach Â¬ to hustle to get their winters swect Salem Saturday Nov 2 ing us tho ways of peaco and binding us Speaking at 1 oclock p m All cor- Â¬ nin boiled down so it wouldnt sour closer dear Lord our soula to thee And Levi Couch and daughter Mjsb J J dially invited to attend then her guileless innocence her retiring A Card From Groon R Kollar Couch formerly of this county but now modesty her virgin purity encompassed Please say to her with a charm in whoso hallowed of Owsey paid us u pleasant visit reEditor Dear Friend Mr Couch report the Demo- the Populists and Prohibitionists of sphere no guilty thought cently could live your county that as they have no candi Sho was horn Sept 27 1878 nnd died crats of his county solid for Hardin Since tho appointment of tht lion date on their ticket for railroad commis- October 27 18Jo James K Coekerham an deputy sheriff sioner that I most respectfully solicit Surely every tear sho baa wiped away I shall bo obliged if they in tins part of the county tin re bus their support and many know her good deeds will bo been the voice of one er ing in tin wil- will make a cross in the square opposite crystalized into precious jowela that will derness mono money for revenue my name and if elected 1 promise to adorn her crown of immortality But Â¬ NEIGHBORING NOTES KENTUCKY ITEMIZED a - A RESUME OF THE IMPORTANT EVENTS 0 THE WEEK FJ Tilings of a JfnWy Nnturu Jtollol Down topililt Urn Convucmo ot J l11 nt toiaic Hr V - wf im Jftl i vXinyillo 18 fiow ftieicdwith nloiii system of wntcMvVrks a com lias - Tim Lexington fair associalion gono into voluntary liqitidati6nf Tho cpnfcdprato niotiuhipntlnt Lnw rencoburg will bo Unveiled about Uic middlo of Niiycmber Ninotyfivo hertd of short horn cattle myboV Bold in JJayette last week for 2807 an averago of 2005 Postmaster II 0 A8httriofFiem--- s v iligsburg 13 1200 short in hidaccountsj dehorned m Evans in his stead and his bohdsniou havo insUillcd X II J - Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Too Knox a fnrmerof Bath courityjj died of blood poisoning nt Ida homo near Sharpsburg on Saturday night lioiyvaji about CO years of age v Mrs Kato Marshall Sandforil of Gov-ington has sued Senator Win Gcbjl of that city for 100000 damages foV the murder of her husband last ApnLr Gov Brown hns fixed Friday Htfbv 8 N l only HQh JSViWvi - mini uuAiij UrnulH j Fancy Goods Flowers Hair hlfibpflna c at prices to ntiit the timet t jm u x i otr i i Mrs MAGGIE GILLUM jTo 31 North Broadway Lexington Ky N Rrnaduay Jtccently removed from pr iombs house CAMPTON KY j J B IIOLLON rnoruiKTon Thn imtronncre of the traveling public is Lvisneetfullv solicited Table the best and every attention tothe comfort of iruests jgLARENDON f Cor HOTEL If m f UUXINGTON KV JOS M SKAIN Proprietor TJiiS house is onlv two squres from Lex- incton and Eastern k b depot is tirst- The patjonaue Class atid rates reasonable of the uiountiiti people is solicited and the best Sliort mid lliiHHtono Si tt treatment assured J SEITZ W M KERR j WITH OO Im lonmsns IN Hardware D Agricultural lements IRONTON o I f MOORE J Hardware Cutlery Ml U WITH BEN WILLIAMSON CO c OATLETTSBURU KY ISolo ajjonoy for South Bond Plows WITH HHARLES UHL U BEBD PEEBLES WHOLESALE Oo m e s t Dy W Groods Notions PORTSMOUTH O 6 DV 1 1 A - F LOOKHART safe SBSSSSTCTSV EJ2L KY I OYD 33Y11D I A3- rfntnntnn Kv ATTORNJIT-AT-LA- W i V Abstracts of tltlo Jurnisiicd oollec- onnindo and prompt returns guaranteed Umn Qtcd with tho law firm of Wood Pay Matirltng Ky in civil pmetlco A i X HOWARD 8TAPER tll lVMnn I ATXoiisrnynn - CAMPTON KY l 111 t Law give my best cfrrts to discharge tho I Hon Hurrah Watt Hardin duties or the office faithfully and honRespectfully He has driven Col Bradley from the estly tiiKKK II Kkiikk f illen cruslied mono Iumh y has ncnth the wciglit of hlid facts and the Carlisle Ky Oct 20th 18i5 P S Of course I solicit the votes of brilliant tar of Vits destiny Klines tui all Democrats dunined in the cloudless sky of Ken tuckys Democracy where it will still Public Speaking grow brighter and brighter bursting in Hon Jos C Lykins Democratic can to a flaming borealis when lie is crowned didate for Representative from Morgan governor ci our gram i old coumoneiiti and Wolfe counties will addrcs the poo pie of the two counties at the following ing times and places Lane Items Thurstjity Oct 31 White Oak Morgan county Friday W J irahani has just returned from Nov Irvine L aill county where he ban been Salem Morgan county Saturday on bu iuess Nov 2 I dont know whether I can stand to Campion Wolfe county Monday read Tin Hkiaii during the election Nov Speaking will begin nt 1 oclock p m or not it is so strong Democratic F very one feeling themselves interested ML 1Hi K lioilon ha bei n in a lan in the ufiiiirs of the country is respectgerous condition lor some days with fully invited to be piescnt Hon W J but we are glad to say she is im- Seitz and Hon Win Bureh are request fever ed to meet me at said appointments and proving a division of time will be given each Rev Mr West preached the funeral Will Colvin of West Liberty who of Caroline Taulbee wife of Sewell Taulbee Sunday the U7th inst at the was betrothed to Miss Stelln Kash who died Sunday night was completely pros- Â¬ new church Your sciibe was delighted very much trated when he heard tho nevvn and last evening by Inaring Miss Zerida when he came over and saw her corpse which his grief knew no bounds Ho was well Stwell play Hardins Difeat nigh crazy and elicited the sympathy of ahe had composed on the organ We are authorized to announco Sam every one Ho can not bo comforted or 11 Kash and Thomas llollon as candi consoled and his friends fear that ho dates for matrimony subject to the ac- may be taken down with severo illness tion of the female voters of Wolfe Poor el low wo pity him from deep down in our heart but he should be con- Â¬ county Tas A and Benj J Sewell John T soled with the thought that All thats bright must fado Graham and Sam II Kash of Lane at Tho brightest still the fleetest tended the W O Bradley speaking at All thats sweet was made Jackson Friday and report tho largest Hut to be lost when sweetest crowd of Republicans present they over If you are indebted to this office on Rats Ed saw and tho best speaking subscription job work or advertising Pollyann Tyra an old lady who had you will oblige its very much by coming been sick for some timo but had gotten to tho Captains offico and paying your better and could eat and sit in her chair dues Wo need a littlo of tho filthy Monday was found dead in bed Tues lucre about aa bad aa a hobo doea a meals victuals at times and your day morning Sho was in a pool of promptness will roliovo our distress nnd blood and it was thought sho had been bo forever appreciated Never mind tho murdered by parties who wanted her rush Uomo on aim well try unuaitouu estate Squire Chambers was summoned your wants Wo will take good sound cotn on all and an inquest heldjovor the body Sho was pronounced to havo died a natural subscriptions duo thia oillco whero par death Her husband Harvey Tyra was tics havo not the money nnd allow 30 The corn to 10 fleUv killed from tho bushes 18 years ago and couta per bushel Bho has had a hard timo over since trying orod at this office j to rnfao tho littlo one Wanted Shanghai yill pay 7Co coo bushels of good WhJt fr Â¬ oh her grave her young grave from its as tho day for hanging Columbu bosom spring none but foud regrets and at Bowling Green Uo killed Phippa his 1ml ffv - -- Â¬ 1 brother to prevent him from testifying agatnst his son Ex Chief of Polico John- - Andcrfoflj l I mii wuo uiurueruu i 4Miuur r Somerset about thr in the Dominion ness of kind words and good deeds taken to Somerset this week Father He is basking in tho tender In his speech at Lawrcncoburgridny3 hallowsunshino of her lovo Mother Hon Robert J Breckinrldgo niJppalcdb ed bo tho name nnd may your heart not bleed in vain Brother sistQr3carnitn tho Lord to save Jll94toteJnVgplgL lesson from her lifo fragrant as tho roso can rule Bob is n good maiw and hia that marks her vacant pew in Gods prayer will bo answered nextTuesJay at God pity him and about dark sanctuary Lover tender memories for her lifo was a grand sweet song a living cxponont of tho one great truth that wo should livo but for the sole purpose to die What a place for meditation In living letters it speaks of christian virtues and gentle Â¬ TKi5 Â¬ 1 Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ may an all kind providence bind up his broken heart nnd point his tearful grief worn eyes to scenes beyond tho grave where virtues blosoms always blow and fear no wintry blast May thoso who loved her hero find solace in the poets song There is no death What Hcenis bo is transition This life of mortal breath Tp but a suburb of the life elyslan Whose partals we enll death Stella was the daughter of Jos M and Ellon Kash tho former now deceased She leaves to mourn her loss her mother a brother throe sisters and her fiance W T Colvin of West Liberfy besides a host of relatives and frlonds for who ever knew her but to lovo hor or named her but to praise Sho died of typlid fever aggravated by heart trouble Her death was like tho falling to sleep of a babo and her last breath was as an angel whisper She had been a momber of the Christian church since childhood and was a leader in all tho church doings nnd especially in tho Ohriatlan Endeavor Bamberger Bloom Co one off largest wholesale dry goods lldugb inV Louisville has assigned to th6Columbja Finnnco and Trust company fMb6nefit of creditors Liabilities i200f 00 and assets nominally thesamui Xr Tho October term of tho WpbdfqrcL circuit court convened at VcrViHcsbu Mondny Thcro aro four jhurdcr cases on tho docket one of thom belhg thaf oi Joo Lane tho Mt Stirling maUjfortno murder of II C Rodonbaugh and James Rodenbaugh tf the - - a 3 a tf At Downingavlllc In OtrantXcoiuntj Bill and Milt Burgcahotand ihatahtly kilfed Al Johnson Saturday last They had been playing cards wlnrnjiidiaputo arose and iTohuaon started tovfun and The murderers waa shot in tho back nro in jail at Williamstown c Her untimely taking offia but another act of Gods mysterious graco Too puro for earth Ho haa called her and claimed bor fin bin own Liko the clinging yino that binds up the shattered bough may Qoda byo bind up tho broken henrtqgf those who lQvedlioj and may hqrHplrit bo a guiding star for ua all la tbo prayerotoho who know nnd laved her Tim Amoral obse Â¬ quies wcro performed at tho Christian church iy Prof Cord and lvoyJlqr PicralU Tho romnitia wem worno Jjy niOjnvUlt ttR mnjiy youjp ladies fcUn as wHJisiapp pnii Jurrrfi ma iwnncr Itfityriii blaalJftiidtlattflriTi wjdio in whlta ThGi followed ti litil rjfvNvjiitt flowers IioarlDK a largo houmtt that uowb fig8 dyor tlio seat of tho do- cowled Hliliotemaina wcro Interred in thuftuliiry buriiil ground on onof the town All tliesohoolade clareil a holiday and tho public school of t which she whb a teaohor adjourned two days Â¬ MORGAN COUNTY B Canty Callings Married Oct 21 Miss Whitt daugh irearowilrrflflslvanroinntnttuntlon Pmnkr01niflltoi ot Woit Tj6crty tor of William Whitt of Carney to Mr wlin fiiiniri over Momltiy to atloiid tho JOKK80N J ir 8WAK0O Qeorgo Kcotooaon oflTnrvoy oton wampiu intzol Qrcon Lollu ICnsh mt VVjnfpf May tJjoyltvo lung and sfunorol now In To owttwdflVTQlVniloiRbydnelny prosper iti Mif HfoJ tlifhvWIr o yont Vtflnh fooiillhoiiltentroii of my frlonds J i Win it capo to icV ftill and winter stook Of nnnu and K ipraetieo In lift Wblfo aountv tttftVolr 1nnl Tfomiiv United Statu Mughal Groan V III Ialu lnllirv court wJi ftlsraoltf ColIootionN prouiMly mndc Lacy nrrostcp anil took o alycrayillQ Hft of title furnished on short fo exttniinliifc irfn Xlmm Wjlllfm tillZ7 C 7 andtWOOl IUOjouih uoyniwi nuiiijj WAtfJCiBBBy MV Hon J O Lykins will address tho and Frank Brown for ueljing whisky Hazel CJreon on Saturday night PAysioian Brown was acquitted and tbo other boys peoplo of Statoa next Nov 2 and Tab H Swango will Wiro bound over to tbo United kyj also speak at tho same timo court ut Covington Su rgory und obstotrlcB aspoiiili Uohiliittjouutlcs o fWll nnil thn biiBlness outrnstcd All merchandise ipvladlnx llptir Si MC brand wheat to bo dollvcrfid at hryators in J T JAfa Huol Orcon M CoChamberlnins Pain Balm Wheuiti kept nt hand the ssvero pain of a bUnv Or scnldtiniiy be promptly relieved aiidtho sorOihcaled in much less time than when medicine haa to be sent for A sprain inayibor promptly treated boforo iuflnmation sola in which insures a cure ii about one third tho timo otherwise required Cuts and bruises should re ceiyoj immedinto attention beforo the inrtsUccome swollen and when Cham jerhiiria Pain Balm ia applied it will leaLthcm without matter being formed audi without leaving a scar A soro throat may bo cured in ono night A piece of flannel damped with this lini- nient and bound on over tho seat of pain t will euro lamo back or pain in tho side orchcnt in twenty four hours It is th most valuable however for rheumatism Pcrnons afllicted with this disoaao will lie delighted with tho prompt relief fr6m pain which it affords and it can bo fle ponded upon to effect a complete cure For sale by John hi Rose druggist is There is one remedy which every fam- Â¬ ily should bo provided with Wo refer - jiii if m n xhb 3l - Ai P ATTBfS ATMy I TOriNSOMAQpj NP hijflis0aof ftl iaUIanl-kt-auWSJlRltD- - 3 Jir Hazel green and Surgeon fir Died at hor homo on Long Branch Mrs Louis DcUusk She leaves a bus 1 band and an infant child ungiinrddhy hor care She was tho daughter of SqulV Ambrurn and had only boon married littlo Over a year Hor frloitds abduld V rejoice toTrnow that It will bo their priy Japanese Oil is mud to ho tho moat ilego to meet her in tho blissful boypVdr wonderful linlmont for external appllca tlon that acientifio chemists havo yet Tho condition of lotohrWtjJrcj Hundroda and been ablo to compound thousands testify to this aa it has eavod rjioso illness wo sutroporlsd remU both lifo and oxponso Sold at this ofllco practically iincliatfgP tho0BUeWfe n at 0 cents a bottle Try it as it is a easier TauiBco household necvwjty andnlways a friend nMmirtlritr blm n W14tfE J in uecd i ii wm - pAfel t - M J nV i iW ntl ljwmiy rym V aT- - ii vt- - M Mb it ia VK V ttwwr m mv tmn tfd jii a P7 f t xr Q - fy r ipni t Mt f u 4i I V uh iV - Yl tSfu If lY ti f t M fK a I a l 1M CHINA r TllMitnrnfl AWSV 71 Si msk 1W SMfe fc f n2ry K i rv a - WHTA vm - an attvaoUvo woman then with miuy an cnthuitiastn and a lovo of notoriuty Sho had an income of her own which united with her hus Â¬ SPJBNCKK OOOPKK Publisher bands salary was nuito sufficient to ICY keep them in rospcctabloroven plene- HAZEFi GRBBN ant fashion Jlut sho was7 unblessed with any sense of ordeV and eitrsed wun a lonuness for gadditig hboiifc so TOGETHER THE HERALD Bho 7 iiurH tvj tr t 4 - - JVV ur IA 13 - 0J L ixy H hP lS M Ia B ijtf an r y xi r succession of jncompotenv servants each less tolerant than the other of tho burned are oftenod patterned afterÂ¬ mistress foibles had crossed and n- high officials gowns in order to Im- Â¬ crossedthe threshold press more favorably tho spirits en rOfvrfceter days Instoro 11 c 3 Seven years later Mrs Augusta Parr countered on tho mysterious journey During nil this timo Peter Itad or life ond moroJthan life tvhon life la done certainly endured much IIIh llknk in nn enthusiastic canvass Involving Taoulst priests are called to consult And thy soft prossurolcnds mo gently n and dislikes had never been permitted tho enfranchisement of woman drove tho soul of the departed to ascertain its To Hcavons own ovormoro to ousmtct his wifes experiments Ho along a quiet country road in War- wishes Thoy discover tho locality for had submitted for a space to vege- - wickshire in tho noontide heat The burial and Indicate till dotails of this I havo not much to sby Hor any words that lit such foudrcquosi uti iiuuHiui U iiau projccn last on a sun beat fiercely on hor and tho dust last service to the dead Let my blood npoak to thine and bear tho winters niorn on raw The Shanghai railroad mot Its doom melon ami raised by the whoels rendered hoi Is the Ono True Blood Purifier Vt rest throat parched and dry Sho folt ex from this source Tho priest informed homo made whole meal bread Some Rllont hnartwird way For somo years jrrs Augusta Parr as sho hausted and dispirited for It had come tho pcoplo that the rumbling noise of Thrtoo bloat tho faithful hand now elected to stylo herselfdiscard- Â¬ ou her with convincing force that In tho cars and the steam onglno were Hoods Which savos eon whllorit blesses I hold mo ing even her spasmodic Intorest In very truth sho hud made a mess of hor distasteful to the dead who filled tho fast household affairs had espoused heart life Sho was no longor young and numerous mounds along its course To JLt mo not jo beneath tho flood at last So near tho better land and soul tho cause of every now she was alono In the world Her daugh- appease the wrath of tho dead Chinese i womans movement Its objects mat Â¬ ter had married a drunken brute who capitalists bought tho road with Its Sweet handi thatithUs iti mine tered llttlu Iter soul principle was to beat her Her husband too sho had equipments and tore up tho tracks Seems tho onothlng t cannot llyti without My hearts ono anchor In UtoH storm and decry whatever powers and privileges lost how sho had never discovered and stored the entire plant under sheds 3 doubt Kiln Dried Women possessed and to clamour for at Shanghai Thus it is seen that thisÂ¬ TftUo this and jnako jno thlho those denied them religion stands in tho way of all inMcCluros Magazine At first the man had anticipated Superior novations in that old country and tho pleasuro from the companionship of first thing nocossary in order to intro to any MANCIPATION OF A MAN the child but tho lack of tho softening duce railroads into China is to de- Â¬ influence of maternal tenderness and throne the priests and infuse a llttlo Rolled tho effect of tho interminable crabblo common soiiso into the pooplc MVMAllV SXOAKT JIOYD Sv of tho inferiority of man had wrought v provalenco of tho great During tho In her a hardness of manner and a famine in northwestern China in 1871 3 iv coarseness there wns nn unusual lool in tho val- Â¬ EVEN oclock pollant to n of thought altogether re Sold only ia e naturo intuitively refined The priests ley of the chimed with Presently ho realized the impossibility endeavored to solve the mystery of this linptu hursli 2pourid uneven distribution of rain The cent i o n t pi ng of attaining any community of feeling with her Of sure fell upon tho royal household at Packages lj froin a clock woman grown late the girl almost had chosen to declare Pokin It is the duty of the emperor on tho ground Sho had thrown Temple of Heaven ft to enter the l iloor and was her independence down tho gauntlet to her parent twice n year and invoke the blessings echoed by tho I i MUSCATINE OAT MEAL CO of Heaven upon the people lie always muflled whir of announced her intention of acting as h MUSCATINE IOWA asks for rain among other tinners and an alarm up- Â¬ sho pleasednoin all things and of submitting to supervision of anv kind tho impression obtained that the em- Â¬ AW I i stairs Half an And the mother reaping tho crop of peror had hurriedly risked for rain but hour lator her own sowing dare find no fault had not taken the pains to state whero Peter Parr with ho wanted it Tho result was that opennd his bed- Â¬ the tho harvest The previous day daughter had quarreled with her floods came in some places while fam- room door and mother and banging tho door behind f ino from drotnrhtcnme in other parts of de- quietly ALONG A QLIBT COfNTIt UOAD her tho empire Thisfeeling was produc Â¬ wiiaia ficended the attic stair On the land- - patedhad departedIn to join an emancij4 girl friend chambers In the and she missed him Xot at first ing a general spirit of revolt when in A inghO paused to pick from tho door-Augusta Parr presided probably but now when too late to 1878 the rains came to the rescue in the barnacles mat of tho front room a pair of square- - evening Mrsdrnwing in her own room ovor au as Â¬ recover him Evon her notoriety np drought smitten provinces toed shoes of oplnionatlvo aspect with A few of the more intelligent China- Â¬ success two muddy gaiters and this done re- - semblage large and heated which dis peared to wax hollow and worthless Why are and strange weakness in a person so men at Shanghai have exhibited an in Â¬ Tho cussed the burning question sumcil his downward journey We minded she would have given dependence of thought which was eximitators j drawihg room door stood ajar and ho had the Slaves of Man to aThe debate strong just beon prolonged late hour much 4 then to bo uble to indulge ceptional It shows a tendency to entered ferkiuir up tho broken Von- now Mrs Augusta if otian blind ho raised break away from the tyranny of igno Â¬ The De Long 4 the window to of tho exhausted Parr slept tho sleep secretly in a good cry slave while hor A pretty cottage stood in tho midst rance and superstition which tendency 3ct the morning brcezo sweeten the master polished Hook and fyC her of a long garden one end of tho must eventually spread sufficiently to clpso atmosphoro of tho place It was The kettle boiledshoes and over demesne sloped to the road the other awaken au ago of reason And when Peter difiicult to adjudge tho character of propared himself some tea and slices stretched to tho brink of a troutinj it comes the Tuouist high priest must See that thdchambor IJiiiouo paper lined the of brend and butter It was oue of tho stream An elderly man in the re- fold his tent and silently march away yalis dirty waxcloth covered tho fr j frequont freshing shade of domestic Hut tho dominance of ignorance and jasmine covered floor and y audaciously a paraffin stovo clumsily as ho olther lapses of for himselfaidor when arbor placidly reada a magazine A the quackery of priests will hold China cooked went usurped the throne of j jihd sacred flame Tho floor space was without food He hnd just commenced plate of strawberries stood on a table in slavery to an unreasoning fear and Jllehardton largely occupied by c long table with breakfast when a plain tivo mew from at his side a cat contentedly sunned irrational faith for generations yet un- Â¬ t De Long lifot JhUaitelpfiia born Yet the seeds of a better intel- Â¬ a raised desk at one end It was lit- - the kitten reminded him of its exis Â¬ itself on his knee Oh I could rest iu a place like ligence are being planted in this dark creji with papers pens school ink bot- - tence As he opened the side door to lift tho milk can a whiff of fresh air that murmured Mrs Augusta Parr corner of the earth The people ob- Â¬ losaiidlittlo heaps of tobacco ash Tho smote a Gaiter k Co thrill through his senses as sho drove wearily to tho hall where serve thnt Europeans give no heed to lihing room soparated by folding And a stunted may tree Its spirit un a crowded audience and loud applause imaginary devils and nevertheless The Ltrceit MtDufietunn of L doors was encumbered with many prosper without tho intervention of On tho sofa lay a hard felt vanqulshed even by years of city im- Â¬ awaited her things Jy PURE HICK UKAUfc Hut neither he nor she knew that for priests and thus the realization will hats two immonso black headed pins prisonment hold a branch of fra- Â¬ Cocoas and Chocolates stuclc in the crown Its solo trimming grant hawthorn towai ds the south a spell their paths had crossed again eventually dawn upon them of how On thli ContlnDthTiwtTfl Black and White grievously their forefathers have been juid a waterproof crumiiled and mud- - Leaning against the door post to in halo tho perfume Peter lot his heart hoodwinked cheated and robbed by HIGHEST AWARDS rfitained Tho tablo still boro evidences tho reign of demonnlogy created anil STANDARDS OF BEAUTY from th trtt of tin nnappptiziug meal the heel of a Incline wistfully to dreams of country pot of jam and tho oily gladness till tho hour of eight rung How Various Nutlons IIuvo Idealized perpetuated for their own gain by tho Industrial and Food r loafa sticky army of Taouist priests Haroers reniains of a tin of salmon And tho from a church tower hard by warned ThemHclvcs expositions Weekly jbarpofe tvaa hnvon for a wilted leaf of him that ho must start in ten minutes Is there any handsome people on tht if he were to be at his post by nine III EUROPE AND AMERiCi lcttucq and endless dust WHEN JEVS HAD THREE EYES face of the globe Now we Vpcter gazed helplessly round for a oclock Turning sudly indoors he aside the black and yellow may set Caution and poly- Odd Tradition rruvulcrit Among the IIo filled if Ml of the lbcltnd wnppeM uiinutc then with tho heavy tread ot sitting Boxers saucer with milk and chrome races in general many of whom J brtiwa of Mm Orient down at the bare wooden table i v despondency went down tho rood contomrnhculamr V dark tried to resume his meal It had sud- Â¬ are well shaped and like tronze statHiat our plr of mnuftet The Jews of eastern Palestine and mmil rlietT Al stairs to the kitchen A scurrying denly grown U prlottd on cull picfctse distasteful to him A ues to look upon but who do not come Asia Minor havo a queer tradition spray of the fragrant blossom ho had up with the Aryan standard in fea- which has survived from ancient times SOLO DY GROCERS EVERYWHERE plucked lay besldo his plate His was tures and color Leaving these chil- nnd tolls of a romoto period In their W all tho townsmans craving for the dren of nature out of tho question it history when every fully developed OOnCIIESTEfl WALTER BAKER CO LTD country and asho munched his bread may be confessed that there is no race Israelite was equipped with three per- Â¬ tho vision splendid passed before his among whom beauty is common If fect eyes Tho two main optics ac- Â¬ minds eye He beheld alow eaved cot-Â¬ tho ancient Greeks wero like their cording to this curious old time le- Â¬ PINEOLA COUGH BALSi tage with clematis nodding over tho statues then there was once a beauti- gend were situated in the front part Is cxcollout for all tUroat liiflaianmtloi roof and old fashioned roses peeping in ful race but it is not so certain that oi mo neaa just as Jewish and other iTOwlltlnTrlw at tho windows and a garden with thej did not idealize themselves a good eyes aro to day but tho third tho ouo dorlvo beiieduw made tho early patriarch a mo- Â¬ titMMaUJ5 that gllly ilowera and hollyhocks whose deal iibtttcstbe cW There Is tho more reason to guess nstrositywas locatood in the back part roudor nf stalks were as sounding reeds for the Hon ensr SHH drowsy murmur of bees and the merry this as when they havo to represent a of the hoad just above tho napo of tho imluro Jit rs7 tarLSMP l cackle of fowls while an open door barbarian say a Gaul or a Gorman or neck In tho edge of tho hair This fin contarooftlif2 a professional prize fighter they mako wonderful third oyo In man was not revealed a clean kitchen with a bright hearth and a cozy arm chairthe very these people as handsome as them- Â¬ evolutcd out of ovibtcneo ub useless to bo conrtSJ selves though in a rougher way Thoro organs generally aro according to tho abode of peace inff iroin vi Ideas of tho cold Then with the impetuous decision of is a famous bronze statuo of a boxer was closed progressive scientists but nioh often MfT a qulyt slow mau ho asked wtodbr Why who might bo taken for an orator or a day when by divine Injunction on tho VnrKnUrrli k VI fi iiin llnlm IlOttl r1 Moses was given tho tables ly rb riwti should tiot I onjoy these luxuries Tho poqt wore it nob for his heavy motal Ilnoolii nliiniSSo nt DruirKlsU JulCwlu 1 meanest farm laborer way Indulge studded gloves Thus it may be deemed of stono on Sinai You remember that I2W will lollrnrnn ruceljitof nnouJltVl-Yt-l them Why not I Jfy days are passed that there is a groat proportion of tho Gods command on th dtty that tho Ideal In these statues vases coins and tables woro renewed was to tho effect m afusjty city office toiling to earn OOOOOOOOOQ maazzZ A V that should bo seen in tho vi- Â¬ money and to what purpose That I figures whore everyone is so graceful cinityno man holy of tho and goodly mount See Exodus V HKOAN TO IJHUSH T1IU 6HOKS may pay rent and taxes for a house The Americans write as if their xxxlv a Tho bollovors In the three Iwhichsls a horror to me and that I flight of black beetles inarked hiB en- Â¬ may provide food and clothes eye tradition say that Moses supple Â¬ for those women were a galaxy of loveliness trance and a gaunt kitten sprang to whoso only religion Is to desplso me and then comes a military critic Eng mented Gods command by ordering Wojccuae him Laying shoes and gaitr My wife jd independent of pie Should lish who only saw throe pretty wom tho faithful who wero eneamnmi in n crs on tho top of tho copper in the qn in tho states and ouo of them was valley to turn their heads from tho Msullery and putting on a pair of Told dleaye her slipwill havo a little less a foreigner There is no knowing mountain This they did but took for lier campaigns that is Uia Worst gloves and an apron ho poked outvtho deprivation sho will suiter And my what to bellovo when patriotism boasts good euro to uncover tho oyo that was jtshes and essayed to kindle a flroin situated In the back of tho head patrjinoijy which insures ma orty of the local fair tho mnty stove working slowly yet pounds sterling a year will mean aillu- - Perhaps It might pay an Moses noticing this show of duplicity American on the part With a certain precision The fire alight enco m some of his followers asked Uod An easy nimyo mauofl a PCPPv rural spot He thought jourpal to sand a commissioner on to close Jluy him a cako of Yankee PPri and the kettle ou ho began to brush of the third or roar eye and sinee tlioydont pell it in your tywnsond o l Thoreau even of Hobjnson Crusoe beauty all around tho world one wno tho shoes day tho Israelites in common coiUHorn calo riuil ypU tloubio In that moment of romance theJjust should give a comprehensive un Â¬ that cnanco otKOUini inoro urw Peter was a man of fifty sparo of for freedom was strong within him biased opinion Hub It Would anddiill With the remainder of humanity have be TlieX II WlllUmt Co 0etonblirrIU A been figure with dreamy eyes and hair and and his resolution was not long depend on two eyes OOOOOCDOOOOOOO cult for tho world to bPiovo in his nnli forced to TV tit- T groy ono whose beard touched with uuuia uepuunc judicial fairness aud no reallv scionIuBtInct were essentially poetic ponco Tho Orcsc 1 Stepping up to tho hall for his Jiatr tlfic result could be dbtaiucd kt homo HwfldJsli PoiltMIHWH ful and homoloving There was a he yearned to rescue certain treasures wo muy an loolc about us aikl ask QJ PPrters meet In pained expression on his face as dip Â¬ from his room some favorite books where beauty flourishes most I IVER NowJt the street and lift their hats In Iclhdlv ping the bfush afresl in the blacking ono or tVo old lottera Hut while he may be a heresy but wo thlnkhat the recognition with tho grace 01 AnDEHi of a cour Â¬ aucer he operated on the dogmatic considered a warning croak from scientific observer will Add beauty tier l mo and again when ivo havo rirlooking foot gear- Perchance ho above proclaimed thoro was no time to most common among Minr asked the way to a cortaln street wo thought of the momentous changes lose Ho stopping out with no greater and shop girls on otm hand have boon escorted part of the way tho foot that owned thesis Vienible encumbrance than tho small handbag It and among Mtho highest ciroIesthe and clear directions givon and then DivKllmtM Jtrn nfnrrhnmtont hoe had brought into hisllfa was his wont to carry daily to and oldest families on the other London an Informal shake of hand atpartlntr vrrwf yifteon years curlier a fiieml on his from tho city ho gently closed tho Times ti 1 nTlnii as If a favor had beon shown him implored hira tobefuend his door with a joyful sense of so doing ANIDROSIS dahbod Ihe etiquette of tho city is puzzling to PttiM wU md ks infant daughter and he for tlie last time He hud little feeling Thn HftVfirfllrr rnfiAf Tho life of tho Imnfflimtlon as of - T i Ji olfl w n llfiled tk troirt faithfully while ot rerat none ox compunction no hea- - tho bod disannearu wlin u n luv II tont So w hnv YViUMuu w cureiui ex in v iff VDT or mtrUn ike widow Uatlon regarding tk future tl w J it Williaott all Krallr or Offlo SS ftlWA r tf I appear boorish -S3r u tockholm Lottor Sweet hand that hold In mine ecm tho ouo tUlnn I onunot llvo without Tho souls oco nnohorogo In this storm and doubt I tnUo thee as tho sign shenoverinanagedjtpjmpail least J scnsQ of comfort tcTtljc house UieWeary AT - - wontcd exhilarating certainty of free- Â¬ dom quickened his pulses and ran liko wlno through his veJnK The mero closing of thatdoor with its blistered palntland tarnished knocker seemed to shutoutall tliat hnd been hitter and humliialingln his old life and to Set a seal upon his passport to a how and beautiful one Ah entreating mow dl rooted his attention to tho kitten fol lowing elose al his heels It was the Oho living creature in his homo whlcr had craved his colnpaulonkhip so fold Ing It in his arms ho strode away DEMONOLOGY IN N Tho cevcmonlcs so occasion of death all have the If or Ijrlu In the domohology of the loouiats Paper clothes tfiipr pain cos paper bines and paper money are burnt to provide dies a man when tho dead with moans of tho soul of bribing its way through tho devil s kingdom to Its rest and the clothes PriiBToM In tin llirry Klncloni on pflan observed It Will pal ko nmlco sohio provision for your n Itnnlth At this Anflftntl hrutni cough an attack o pnounioulv tvS fever now may molco you nul winter First of il bo sure that Wtf lo nuro for hialtli denonua pt blood A few battles of UotiiV rlliawlllbo a paying investment niSS will give you pure rich blood ami i J4 jjj ato your wholo systotu uxH rJ Jf Ua C I noocrs Â¬ Sarsaparilia Â¬ PnislaffirlS s Â¬ mimmd Â¬ 4 j - Oats Yangt-se-Ivian- Â¬ 1 At AH Grocers fir w Â¬ v2ijT3ffB SssS3SgS3stygsss3if Â¬ nvcry unrhas every has Â¬ - Patent 1 Â¬ hump taller i Â¬ III Ii Â¬ lt 1J v Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ MS mw i i- vrj ipS cf 1 1 i s Your band ve i - vjt y oonj - - R j--- -- MW M r ufi rWKiVi3W G 11 m f ft A H t it ft ikJL v i 5djj E3B1 3i n a in- - Imf fl kSWmV vfclf l I I Ai I ii ffl A CI a iSftb o j- iaiiJ W rj aitt Jm fA t VHMinV Rf 1A JJ Wl i TM JU1 F Tr l K U- 75V F M - 7J7 v VK IMIM Ui rtHW IWmimUlWAIUIJWUI mVTW TO IJ BT y f r I - r lTt M m oi -- ft - AJ- V mammk ft jf MltS BUSBYS IDOLS jlV 1IOIMC fetf - DAU1NO 9i Wit HI v n fleecy lotttbwesi a Ktn Joseph JJisly eyed Ihe sky nshe surely walked from tho barn to tho Tho morning aim wu veiled 0Bse Mri nijal while low in thr bank of dark gray clouds fat Mpt Il visible After his prolonged scrutiny Mr It wus ftasby pondered tho matter bo l Qd washed his hands and ttf until on tho back kltohon porch and en Â¬ tered tho room whore his wife was taking up tno breakfast that ho said i i a j e anything but a white asked somewhat disappointed at her stroked tho glossy linen quietness approvingly Not to day she replied brief I know Mirandy but maybe thats It was a plump but tear stained lit- Â¬ another idol You see you think a tle face that met her eager gtize sight of such things Thero wore great blue eyes a rosy How Joseph Busby if you aro go- Â¬ mouth and closely curling yellow hair ing to talk such nonsouse as that you Mrs Busby held up her arms totter get to work Just see there Come to auntie dear she said coux The sun is shinincr So von see it was ingly You want some bread and IJi right for mo to wash after alb milk dont you and to see tho dear Maybe so and tho eyes of tho little chickens im pig hear ted man softened as ho At the same leisurely gait of tho X looked through tho east window at the morning Mr Busby again traversed Off pa auu ldssed young foliage from which the the path from the barn to tho house Mr raindrops were yet falling Maybe so Mirandas line of snowy clothes dryMirandy You air an uncommon ing in the sun brought to Ids mind tho to conversation of the morning but he jr Vrpman and have beon a good wifo hio lor twenty sevon years You haint expected no reference to it from his Tho gottimany idols Mirundy not half as wife A surprise awaited him I w tmany as I have But this always table was laid for three and at tho guests place stood a clumsy little Ml wunKeuyour way is best beo here Joseph Busby thero was high chair that for twenty years had And UndertntiA nt nlmnat Ifiwonnss in stood empty in an upper room fvVryoiee a happy faced child I think such twisting of on tho iloor sat B t empty vuukjunpturcsis simiu n l nave mois surrounded by clothes pins J can tend to em thats all and Mrs bottlos a disused candlestick and a busby strode into hor bedroom and llko collection of impromptu play Â¬ lim tho door violently things Who who is that Mirandy When she returned to tho kitchen ho Vyas In possession of the field Joey Halo BuBby was Mirandas Joseph had gone to his worlc prompt reply and picking up Me High time Shq sniffed idols ln- - child sho put it in her husbands Jooy dear mako Thero arms iieeui Ho is tho Undo Joseph She pusher clothes to soalf and car- - friends with little fellow she went on vng ner fljfihes Into tho pantry uegan dearest gashing them Ilor thoughts were not so cunning and not a bit afraid and pleasant ones the frown on her face But I dont understand arms closed tenderly L Md tHat Tha window before which she Joseph Busbys orphan the f toodVas covered with a thick irrowth aroundstorylittlo soon told was Tho moniiug glory vinos A few of tho Of course NveU keep him and do j wintily twisted buds unheeding tho threatening pf ntorm had opened their tho best we can by him Mr Busby Bjnnor is junk blue and white oups and peered said by way of conclusion In at thif flushed tho green pous nnd custard W face of the worker ready and tttle Joey U 8P hut Mrs BiirIiv wfl inn biisv too dis pie wiirtaste good to bout my Idols Jurbedby her husbandB VordatO no truess voii were right lce thelrbeautyV Joseph stopping to fas on a towel t t i dont see Xvhafc possessed Joseph arounu mo un jvr t c pw to say that she bogan bib but they are overthrownor Joey alio Said as an idol rubbing her oiothoH 4IgaVo upftho Ill try and not make Ybitalriivemarkablh woman Mr only idol 1 overbad twenty yearaaga1 ttniiywr Bnsby saidsaidwiping his you eyes She stinnnrl niiinf1x uCiti nntirsh il liiive alwaysand Im a was a --v jv leotl i woman vf that letter Bho went on after a remarkablo -I ntn makouaa idol of you Puse 4Ilut hft inwronff It isut afraid N Y Observer Vnat kuep mo from doing my M my table with cloth and she Â¬ 1 v i That is what you always say if theres a cloud In tho sky Mrs Busby Ill thanlc you to lift saidYon must bo crazy Joseph slio aid tartlyseverely If it was a girl now on just tho same hat holler to wash Its most cortain to and big enough to bo out from under ijoen foot I might think of it But thero hain t no use talking about it 1 havent any patience Let it rain Joseph Busby rarely opposed his and Mrs Busby with Such weather cellar after a pitcher of wifo oven in so small a matter as talk Â¬ tished down ing when sho bade him bo silent How- Â¬ trenni ever this time ho said Herhusband never hurried llo put Wc air growon old Mirandy Tho the boiler carefully on the stove built baby would be something to lovo us in obedience to a cpatfood lire and Thcso words came back to Mrs Bus gesture from his wife took his place by as she bent over the wasli tub Did t the table she and Joseph need something to lovo Mi Busby always thought before lie them She thought of tho rambling This time after u brief but old jpokc house with its many rooms of tho blessing he devoted himself to earnest fertile acres surrounding it and of tho ham eggs and potatoes for five min uomioriatuo uanlc account Then her utes before saying in his usual drawli- Â¬ mind wandered to the distant ceme- Â¬ ng voice tery whero a white marble cross IThnt was a powerful sermon of the marked hor babys grave I always elder yisterdny Mirandy 1 text about Ephruim been other couldnt give Leahs place to an- Â¬ thought that sho whispered And vet lie Jlned to his idols might apply to some might make a place for himself Oh Most everybody has idols of my of us baby I miss her still some sort or other Withdrawing her hands from the Mrs Busby stirred her golden brown suds Mrs Busby crossed the sitting Perhaps ho I room coffee reflectively and entered the parlor No one hope the peoplu who uoeds it toolc Mr knew not even her husband how As for mo I Rantons fine application many troublesome questions the God took it once hud an idol but was a pause The thoughts of mother settled before her childs picThere ture both husband and wlfo traveled to the She opened the blinds and looked parlor where hung the picture of a long and earnestly at the laughing child aweo maiden with laughing- blue baby face It was the eyes and dimpled arms Do you waut me to dent she picture of little Leah their only child asked Do you want me to tearfully whose death twenty years before had tnke a noisy troublesome boy into this left the old farm home desolate home Is it an idol Leah my want Hi Busby s heart was too deeply ing everything so quiet and orderly stirred by memories of his child to Ten minutes later she was back at speak But whon a dash of rain came her washing The parlor blinds were against Ihe window pane his wifo ex- closed and nil things were as they had claimed crossly been excepting Mrs Busbys eyes 1 dont There its raining And if there was a new light in their gray JTvash Monday nothing goes right ull depths At half past nine the last ihe week line Returning Taintan idol is it Mirandy The clothes were on tho out Mrs Busby from hanging them good man of tho house pushed back Now it dont seem found a neighbor Mr Vance at tho froui the table door est right to be so sot as you air on Ive been down to the station he doenyour work exactly as you want said and the eight oclock train to It pears to me it might bo an brought a baby for you or Busby idol Vhat an ideal Just look there rather A what demanded Mrs Busby Joseph Soe that dirty spot on tho catching her breath tablecloth where youve rubbed your A baby was plain to see that old coat Bleeve This tablecloth was Mr Vance wasIt enjoying the situation oclean yesterday morning and now it A woman who was going east on a must go in the wash making three visit brought it from Kansas Said it this week I do wish you would bo belonged to some of Busbys folks oiorecarefuL She left it in cure of the ticket agent MVhy now Miraudy 1 do try to be and he sent it over by me Its down I wish you would use colored to careful the road in my wagon and a trunk tablecloths I thought you bought too The little fellow has cried most Lomo turkey red ones ever since the woman left him pfes I did buj them and a look of Mrs Busby took down her green disgust crossed the face opposite Mr gingham sunbounet and prepared to Bnsby But I want it understood 1 follow him out to the wagon without am not going to use em I will work a word my fingers to the bone before Ill set Was you expecting it Mr Vance Â¬ Â¬ - Tears like it might ram She h Almost week before a letter had town in Kansas to Mr oJnaJtttlo letter coHtalncd rpJJ of the death of Mrrt Emma Halo news aclls tant cousin of Joseph Mrs Halo widow and loft one child a boy was years oltl The writer a neighbortwo of the dead woman wont on to say site could caro for tho child no longer and his relatives did not como for him he would bo sent to tho poorhousc Joseph pondorcd the matter u day and a night Jlo then coolly proposed sending for the child and adopting it wifd flatly refused Whut a childIlls two a year old baby to mako littor on her clean doors und upset hor orderly plan of life A if1 duty 8ho popped DRESS IV K JUGGLERY GALVESTON HARBOR PlfRIiOrlAL AND Contrive BovorAt tout nmn Out of Ono JTho ceonomlcsof the toilot is a com plcx question that every woman an tfwert more or loss sntisfnetorllyac Sordlng to Injr lights and purse through a CloTor IVomnn Who Â¬ Â¬ temperate selection among the dainties displayed in tho shops this month of foreign Importations Bui for tho woman who has a littlo monoy to buy a littlo tlmo to sehomo and a vast desire to mako always a sweet smnrt and suitable appearance what shall she do Lot hor draw first an inspiration and lay a lasting eornorstono on which to erect dainty ofrcctlvo littlo varlotics of toilot by buying a good black silk To begin with tho silk gown neods to bo made of good urimiro or penu de solo weave also says tho feminine authority who has tried and proved this plan it requires linings at seventy cents a yard Tho skirt ought to be mado four and throo quartcrs yards wido at tho bottom and fit tho hips snugly tho waist cut absolutely plain with sleeves of gonorous but not ex travagant volume tho neck complotod with a high stilt collar band and the skirt so finished as to fit up smoothly over the basquos bottom With tho six yards of lininir needed and twelve yards and thrce quartor of silk such a pattern calls for the cost of the materials can bo easily calculated adding an item of thrco dollars and fifty cents for tho well chosen findings Th expense of drossmaking ought to bo reckoned by tho personal skill of tho purchaser plus tho aid oi a seamstress in tho house for two or three duys Here ihcn is tho gown for tho stato lier entertainments of tho winter to be worn with a stock and girdle oi clear pcachskin velvotand a bag front made of plaited black chiffon span gled over with fine green iridescent beads sewed on by tho wearers nimble fingers Just in a morning and out of pretty bits saved from old gowns and bonnets can bo put together enough girdles stocks fronts lappets and col- Â¬ lars to give tho plain body all tho needed decoration for general use while the skirt calls for no ornamenta-Â¬ tion However hero are planned three full metnmorphosos of toilet with tho black silk as a foundation that will exalt its somber simplicity iuto a va- Â¬ riety of elegance fitting a theater party grand reception tea or wedding breakfast For tho afternoon tea change make a high full stock of whito satin then buy a piece of white double width chiffon one yard and an eighth long Turn up a tlngcr deep hem on the chiffon all about and herring bono it down firmly with split whito flops Just above the herring boning frill full on a narow edging of cream valencienncs lace cut exactly in the center of the squaro a hole large onough to slip tho head through and let tho soft fabric fall in airy folds and points from neck to knees about aud over the black silk under dress Now for tho theater party tho fichu is in order and as tho chiffon square called for one dollar and a half s worth of goods with ninety cents worth of lace the fichu as shown in tho cut needs as much cream India muslin as ono dollar and eighty cents will bny with seven jnrds of lace edging and ten of inserting costing in prettily tinted imitation Brussels four dollars and fifty cents Tho whito satin stock should show lace and muslin points under the chin and at the breast tho front laps of tho fichu need to be caught up with a cluster of loose silk varlo gatcd roses or poppies Silk tissue in rainbow like tints of yellow rose and green comes double width at one dollar aud a fraction a In yellow or greon over a yard asking no other trimming black than its own cloudy shimmering folds ono thickness in skirt and loose waist over tho black silk gown composes a costume worthy of all admiration Tho ligher and more airy tho fold the more satisfying tho result in beauty for overy where it flies out to show tho clean lines of the black skirt and body beneath and lends a delicious youth- Â¬ ful gracu and slcndernoss to the wear ers figure Dotrolt Free Press Â¬ Â¬ all tho VarMfona of dress from a calico gowi and chocked shnbonnel to Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ I rrr new race of roses has boon Intro- Â¬ They duced by some Iarls growers tho nolyantha group that is belong to to say they boar their flowers in trusses Tho now roses havo tho advantage over tho others of being porpctual1 and consequently they flowor contin- Â¬ ually all through tho summer This advantage they owo to their oritrln a natural cross crolsement naturol ob served In tho Lyons gnrdenBt between the flowers of tho first specimens of polyantiia Introduced from Japan and some hybrid perpotUnl rosea By repeated and carof ulsoleotlons a riov race of roses has boeiiprpducod which like annuals gorminate flower and nrbducdseods In IcsVthan a year The dwarf ia- - justlflod by tho term height1 whjchln adult plantsis bnly about twentyInches The flowers are single acml driuble or double in almost equal proportions and prosont almost ulbtho variations of color observed InFlowering comcultivated roses year and even a mences in tho first few months after sowing This pre ooolty is ono of tin most remarkable and interesting features of tills now type Gardeners Chronicle A i IrecooloitB KonfiS socurc built deoprwatqr foroooan stoamors in tho bay atr0ayo8ton Anyono who novor Saw thcso rjcttiostChilvoston has no Idea of the magnitude of this schema to got doop water hVom iftfO until four years ago the United States gov eminent litis becii lotting contracts In Â¬ termittently for thlft work ihch ap Â¬ propriation would bo something llko ono hhudrod thousand dollars Whon that amount was expended thero would bo a long delay until another appro priation was mado and littlo good from tho work In 1891 Uncle Sam took tho bit hi his tooth nnd de Â¬ termined to rush things Ho entered Into a contract for six million two hundred and fifty thousand dollars of work Tho contractors havo already ex Â¬ pended about four million dollnrs and say they will require ono million olght hundred thousand dollars more There aro two jetties known as tho north and south jetty Tho south jetty begins at tho north ond of Gal- Â¬ veston island and runs in a northeast-Â¬ erly direction thirty two thousand eight hundred foot or six and two tenths miles Whon it is completed it will bo soven miles long Tho north jotty starts at Bolivar peninsula and is now built for four and ono lialf miles Tho two jetties probably two miles apart at tho Bhoro end gradually approach each other as they rn into tho gulf so that at tho water end thero is but a narrow ohannol and a sort of funnel is formed Within tho bay thus formed tho water is sufficiently deep for the safe anchorago of tho largest ocean steamers but near the head or small ond of tho funnel these jetties make a sand bar It 1ms been growing iu recent years and there was great foar that big vessels would bo shut out of tho harbor Tii is is tho simple duty tho jetties aro supposed to perform When tho tide comes up into tho bay it comes from deep wator and brings littlo sand Whon It goes out through the narrow channel formed by tho jetties the current is naturally stronger and swifter tho water is moro shallow and it carries tho sand into the sea In a few words this is tho plan of tho jotty makers In addition the jetties mako a safe harbor within thoir bouuds Tho sea never runs high there That portion of tho jotties nearest the shore is mado of ordinary limestone further out it is mado of granite taken from Granite mountain at Marble Falls Tex Those jcttlos at tho top will average about fifteon feet in width at the base about one hun- Â¬ dred feet They aro on an average Try to form eighteen feet deep an idea of the amount of stono that has gone into this world The quarries at Granite mountain havo beeu sonding to the Galveston jotties twen Â¬ ty carloads of thirty tons oaeh twenty six days in the month for tho last four years nearly seven hundred and fifty thousand tons and yot not more than forty per cent of tho material used so far has been granite A five ton block of this granite is tho minimum used the waves would make pi ay tilings of lighter weights and a ton ton block costs forty four dollars Out over the jettieson a trestle built over the rooks runs a railroad track It is a standard gauge but a fussy lit-Â¬ tle engino hauls the cars Nowhere Is the railroad track more than four or five feet abovo the water Four miles out at sea worms damaged tho wood Â¬ work of tho trcstio so much that tho track was abandoned and another built alongside of it At tho water end of tho jetty a squad of men aro en- Â¬ gaged in sending big pino polos forty flvo feet long iuto tho sand Tho occu- Â¬ pation is a most hazardous one Tho gulf current is very strong bore und once a man loses his footing precarious at best it is ull over As tho piles aro driven and tho trestle formed the rail Â¬ road truck is extended Carloads of granito aro run out and unloaded There s no placing of this stone It is dumped Into the water and allowed to find Us own resting place Car load after cur load is emptied into ono spot without showing abovo tho surface and with Â¬ out percoptlblo effect Whon tho winds blow for days from one direction aud tho gulf runs high tho danger and tho discomfort pf tho work Increase greatly Tho breakers 8lrlkdrtlje jetty V oof fl und go high in the air The contract for tho work iSclaiiried to be the largest single eon tract over lot by tho United States government and whllo an immense amount of monoy is being literally thrown Into the sea tliQ costof tliesojotties will bojnslgrtffileant compared to tho ben- Â¬ It will bo efits If the plan succeeds tho longest jotty system in tho world and all the yostu will derlvo benefits Alrcadyan immense waterway busl- nessiSdorie tit Galveston It is csti- maicu vnat one nail wio enure crop oi Texas thrco million bales is shipped from this island city Tho bar which it is tho purpose to dostroy with these jotties docs not provont tho entrance of steamers now but tho increase In business a froo and safe port will cause St kouls can hardly bo estimated Republic to--suit- ed tYonriorfnl Tttlts to II Constructed for Dosmonditztrorald the knight oL ttm lurjioi of Sovtirltifr noon Wnter Ono of tho greatest engineering feats Glin died recently at Glin castle of modern times is tho construction of county Limerick Like tho knight ol Kerry tho knight of Olln la a hered Â¬ tho wonderful jetties to brown c itary knighthood created by a iltairef aid of Desmond in tho fourteenth cen Â¬ tury by his authority as count pala tine without tho interposition of the Â¬ in i V M n Interest amotigtho Asiatic trlbus origin hVtno same as tho Mag Â¬ yars Queen Emma of Holland speaks ijronch English and Dutch with us much apparout facility as Gorman hor native tongue It is rotated of hor that upon one occasion a forclgndiplomatist who wished to gratify bin addressed her in German but sho replied iir Fronchj You forgot that Iltrnni no longer German but Dutch Sho wa a younggirl and her husband was sixty-two whon sho became his second Whoso wifo- - of tho Magyars has roturnod and states that ho has determined the line of jtlio Magyar immigration hasfdund innhy Hungarian namos of fonitlios and places anil jnado observations of hunting in Asia for traces of tho origiu Count Eugene Bichy who has been M n m rf em w Â¬ criminal lawyer says that when ho was a boy ho frequently accompanied his father who was tt wholesale mer chant on collecting tours through the V northwest Thoy hud to travel by wagon and as tho father woulU havo largo sums of money about him lb was often u problom whero tbey could Siysafely put up for tho night boy tho old man used to stj it3 safo to stay at a house where thero aro flowers in tho window M Bartholemy Saint Ililuire the lifelong friend of Thiers is now nine- ty Ho latoly presented to the Bibll othequo Nutionalo his rich collection of editions of Aristotlo nnd works oh him brought togother for tho French odition of Aristotlo tho labor of sixjby years which ho completed tlnoo years H uf ago Ho remembers seoing tho first Napoleon thrco times once in March 18H just before tho ulllod armies readied Paris and at a review and last- Â¬ ly on the Tullorios torraco just boforo Waterloo in 1815 Paris is afflicted with a Tarason f too While tho house of Senator Mutf- nler who is licensed of frauds hi the Southern railway matter was crt re- fully watched by tho police Officials tj tho senator walk out of tho house uh observed attended to his business in Paris and got out of France Without trouble Tho story was started that ho was taken out of tho house liko Falstaff in a basket of dirty llnenVut in a letter to Lo Figaro bo denies this Jf sayiiiff that ho simply walked out iu broad daylight without interference - Luther Lafliu Mills tho Chicago C f - A Tin LI I ILt NUWtHat makes mo a battel ttlun Irluu linn i i J5 nnr xi VM bo ii A Hi tnrt i Blts Tt I it n 1 1 U iUlUli tr rir -rrrfiii W J ir i KIli ii iiiui JflV now-Tit-- tf r1 Can you toll maiden writes mo how to change tho color of xay hair which all tho young men toll mo Certainly wo can Got rich Is red thoy will tlion call it golden or uu- burn Erio Messenger Upon tho unjust and tho Just Yes reV5 ways lives to a great age plied his very blase friend wltli W Wash Â¬ yawn thats hispunlshraont cvX ington Star Its Mother Oh John Johnb What Shall wo dp Baby liasswal Ha Father JDo lowcd its rattle nothing Now hoH always Yiavo it with him hud we wpnt4huyo to bo for oyor looking fprJtwhcn hocries V Town and Country JpurnalThe following extracts aro from examination papers recently--handeIn at a public sphooljh Connecticut 1 From what aniiiuilsu do two got milk Irr6m ihpcamcfi and the milk Â¬ man 2 The lieu is covered with1fcafliors With what is the cat cov ered Tho eat is colored with ileus 3 JNfamoanrinimalrthathas four logs 4 A mosquito and a long tail Xamo twpikinds of nuts Peunuts and Harpers Bound for gokmo huts Table was in a small theater iu It Chostcr during tho races A number of turfites wcro present for your racing-man is always a supporter of the vr drama During tho ontr acto a very sickly looking youth came on to play a Ho started mournfully cello- solo aud was with Auld Kobin Gray ambling along lugubriously whon rest a plaintive during a alight voice came from tho back of the circles All right old man Dont go on d s - k Tf tfi - -- nn rll Hut tho unjust frequently purloin tho codil p4 Jf umbrollus of tho Just And dont tot wet at all Philadelphia Record They sayr said tho prudent man that a man who novor drinks nor smokes nor stays up Into at night al- Â¬ tin 41 n owo i tures it uaV v Arthur Roberts Adven- Â¬ - v A Good Definition Poor patient to learn a very simple stanxa thaitoi g been easily mastered by all the his class Finally ho broko dowfi ad tiM sobbed out I cant do it Miss GrayjVfciii I just cant do It Father says Jt A cause 2 huvo such a jSoor You know what Prayer has a right to the word in Â¬ poor what Ned effable It is an fcwr of outpourings it Is a glimmer of Hghttltolwlnsr Iff ihfttMftg words cannot express of that tho dear dull littla fe which to interior speech Which fye do not aviio you forget d alttto oyen wMu yt employ It Mum alasl to tb Swetchluc rpi kf4 fji -- te y - fi 9r m malikttMty w frf KM - r j t a T it I M LJT 2rJl iM il o n Ubf it sr I RvSHtfiBTI H2K - u TBTHPTnl u 1 - ii iww - f jtt j r WWIMJiWI U A 3WWIWWWmWi r Vv tf i fi iflWWMlCWga -- Vi MMBrWWr it JMHUIJU MI J i t -t fc S- - ft V t Ji IPKXOBK COOPER ii nMm o sem Ik Si1 c At- vf - the courldsy of our frjond R Buoknor Allen formorly Editor of Lexington but now a writer for Now York papors wohavorccolvod tho Monitour do la Bijouteriptdo LHorlogorio pub isluxt Jif Xarf Franco under1 dato of QctoBor 10 in whticjiofindtho following ar ticlbKroipclUcQil front Jim Her Ald OniGiNAlMODEDABONKIiMENT Throh mSSSSSSSSSSSS3 vs mmi J vw -- f i -- C rjKSOC88Had Bl ti t c ICo Firat AVi N Y April 5 1895 Mv confidence in the merits simple conviyuont of the KlectropoUe economical and effective as It Ishas con Btuntly grown with my Increasing observn u HAZEL CREEFaVKY - f THURSDAY k r t Oofcv 81 1895 DEMOOpWSTpEiTiokET w tr e I AVATII AltDINf of Xcrcciv ForTJeolonYnt Governor Mo r Dover n or Jiror Treasurer V cv - voFovAuditore L CNOItSIAN of ttoono Forjtcgliilcf oflha IftimliOflicc or Waifo 6 rpi fe For Attorney General JHKNJUrcJC of Fleming Kflftgofiwfnry of State X o JII5SIIY S If AL15 of Graves iJtfdriSupt of labile Instruction JiOJITJSR THOMPSON of Owen Qur8toa0i t - bolito porlo PltlX daUONNEJIUNT PAtt AN Vingfc livros do pore Ou dix livros do saucisso Oil deux boisseaux do pommes do lorro Ou cinq boisseaux do navota Ou dix poulots Ou dix livros do lard Ou oncoro unboissoau dolgnons A propoff do touteslos modifica Â¬ tions qui so prouisont en co mo- Â¬ ment daus la prosso parisionno tlon and oxnorienci on rappello qu4 oxisto un modo A M D D LL D dabonnoment oh Amoriquo dont elopcdla nous no savons pas oncoro nous Cf4 cl Tl i n r sorvir Oost au Hbkald do Hazol Greon Oases Kontuoky quo nous ompruntons Pronounced T 1 1 i i v W 11 DuPuy Editor Peoples Cy TOE LEADiWG I I 5 Wrlto us r9 fir t l J SncurabSe Mm book that His all about tlie Elcotropolso Mailed free 0 W3 IU rafsra WHM rmm m i m Of I I OF K 1 KENTUCKY I U 2 put on trial at reasonable rates flflirir r i VI llU3AC71rT Wt 30tf ii NALL of Louisville Fol liaiirond Commissioner Third District SpiUB5r KELLER oJ Nicholas For tlio Leftiftlntuic 9l8t District JOSEPH 0 LYKINS Jl Yruill f MFor Conifrifssionqr of Agriculture Pmx dabonnejient point six La moitio dos quantities moih in 513 FOURTH AVE 4 figr Please mention this paper Ky Louisville when writ m Bi- - i h 81 I faim CIIAS SCOTT French scholars may supply tho J D LIVINGSTON ANXOUNC13SIKNT i V P Gen Manager Ucn Pass Agent Wd uro Milhorlzcrt to ntmoutice OIIAS T necessary accented lotters for tho u JJYRD of Cttinnton ns n onndldato for the WEST BOUND CifcJult for Wolfe flce tv Kc6uuyiofatlbjoct to Court Clerk the Demo abovo ofbut for tho edification of tho action of V our readers who aro not those No 5 No 1 Daily ex STATIONS up in French wo append tho fol- Â¬ I When in Lexington do not Daily Sunday lowing translatian kindly furnish- Â¬ Lexington Tho Republican ilnpors now call 0 10 30 am fail to give us a call ffi ed by our young friond James IT Avon 3 35 pm 11 10 02 am Bradloy ugov- 3ijJy OOonuoll 3 15 pm 21 it 42 am Wineheste r Swango 2 00 pm 27 l 27 am Fairlio 01 but after next Tuesday his Original Kind 10 pm 13 0 10 am of Subscription Indian Iwelda 12 40 pm 110 8 51 am namo will bo Donnis and his doom Clay City Among all the strange things Stanton 11 40 pm I4 S 42 am Louis 8 Strauss ft ouo ilorso lawyer in tho which havo appeared CJPv S 27 am 10 iS am at this tim Filson s Dunilce inn 10 17 am h treadmill of country litigation in the Parisian press one notices Nulural Itriduf 7 am 10 07 am 7 II1II 1IU1IJHIHI fiaiii St Opposite Phoenix Hotel that there is a kind of subscrip- Â¬ forma 35 inn i2i 7 l am jl Henry L Godsoy writing from tion in Amorica of which wo have Buattyville Junction 70V 17 23 am it8 00 am 33 am 40 am 7 to availed ourselves Lex in jI on T Cv 2u Waalungton bo his xarento says not yetin The Herald from Hazel Three Forks City K2 7 02 am 7 20 am Hi Athol 3S am am Klkatawa iO ifiiihailAvill horo next Tuesday It is V JJCft rv t 00 am 4 ti 30 am Jackson that we clip qliat his vote for tho Democratic Groon Kentucky to SivV v i this 2ZZ 777ZZZZZZ77ZZZZEJr7JrJ7 p icicot Pity that ho could not PRICEpearl SUBSCRIPTION PER YEAR EAST BOUND OF ryo been horo in timo to make a VwEj No 2 STATIONS Twonty pounds of pork Daily Or ton pounds of sausage Or two bushels of potatoes Lexington 0 2 30 pm C505a55SRS3SSS 2Snstara2si23i2 Avon Hon J G Lykins was in town Ill 2 55 pm r Or five bushels of turnips 20 3 15 pm Winchester 3B5iKEtc5xrra3 cnirE3Tj3sKariis37n Jfti Saturday and says his election Or ton chickens 3 2 pm Fairlie Or ten pounds of lard 3 4 pm Indian Fields is assured by the usual majority Clay City 4 05 im SlnofcwltlJstanding Mr Buroh will Or oven a bushel of onions Stanton mi 4 14 inn Price of subscription for six Tf ins CP nison lujgot a fow votes Mr Lykins is a months half of tho above quan- Â¬ Dundee Bridge I55 44 45 pm pm 7 4 50 imi Natural tSlovOgontloman well known and tities 02l 5 04 Torrent m S9 do In this way pm llked and will make us a first not part with the subscribers and Beuttyville JunctiomTo4 55 32i pm Ilireo iorks City any money f Olasa roprosontativo IK2I 5 Athol pm THE BEST think therefore they pay less the Elkatawa 1jy 1 J0j 0 22 pun G 30 pm 0 ri1Q ovly elected Democratic editors aro assured not to starve JnokHon 3E fk No 2 3 and 4 arrive and depart from de- Â¬ If any of our French friends 0twQunfcy conimittoomon will moet O dept Lexington 8 and 0 from Freight VA Pioratt in sire to take The Herald on tho depot at Nethcrlnnd jx ij ufa tho store of H P V ythis place on Saturday next to abovo torms and thus possess Nos 3 and 4 run Sundays only No 3 themselves of tho ideal country p m atd Torrent 3 olpcb ucliairman and a full at- - paper of Amorica thoy can sond going west leaves leaves Totat 436tl0flOnm No 4 going cast rent BUY THE- HehdancQ is desired We hop o tho lfowVchairnianj whoever ho may along their produce freight and o V be wifljB a man of Unquestioned customs propaid and well book gr TO MERCHANTS ONLY Wo pay postage R NUNLEY Mt Sterlinc Ky 16yaffiyAja hia party and accept tho thoir names o IlEPnESENTINO position Willi tho dotormination to Johnny Gripp a Pittsburg boy HARBISOWGATHRIGT dolfiuji cfuty in all things was killod by a poncil thrust ono LOUISVILLE KY Mai ufacturers of KENI t SPRING and au iloinv T bailey Republican day last weok- While returning TUCKYBroaknnd all kinds otiieu saddlks Buggy of Harness g carididato for representative in tho from school ho foil upon tho pon g Tho New lrn Stnpln Collar Ninoty secpnd district donios by oil and tho point penetrated his The GrvutuHt TIiIiik Out AHtveUttHoyerytlilDKHliorso weurs private vlotjor tliafchQs an infidel left breast killing him instantly polling ready start after I and askaf iiiE HeSiUeD to correct This is by no moaiiB an isolated orderam will reach youto in plenty ofspring timo Huchruiiior Tho fact that Mr case Preachors politicians and However if yon hnvo any special time to My Is Mt buy Bailey didshofcdony tho cjiargo in Xact people in ovory walk m life big write mcIt atbiggerSterling from tradeand Buy mo I want publicly wlfen MrQollara mailoavo boon killed bytho point of well both bo happy Respectfully W It NUNLEY at on tho stumpAisaho solo causo of The HERALipublishingflheru- - handlad killed to all intents wor tnat no was anon ponover r and purposes and so it will bo as long as tho jTabor shall bo usod v SO- - J De la sorto los abonnos no de boursont ias dargent ot croient Lexington and Eastern Railway aiusi moin9 payor los redacteura sont assures do no pas mouriz do Time Tablo In Elfoct April 14th 1895 m i I Largest Stock Lowest Prices r Best Coods l 1 j-ft1- - J l I H i f ir tJ ufini 3j S ftlt fr44dfrfr66fKM iij -- J 1 m amwinuirowmuimitt m TO WM N O - N W r- 1 f- lS -- i Si 1 I J - ft 1 r - y jr I 1 - -- a C s f K H I 8 ConstipationSick headache 3ut infidol ornothoMs aniohr Ji 5ribeliover iu Demooratcfoctrinpi 1 Hm WSWirti Mmd lum awav i that is abundant causWorfii Sjti - it The Louisville o i riiiiriijlr r t othenviso a very roadablopaQi borhodU6cVpring8 for 300 The and a very protty ono while posing sprjtiRB can bo had fpr produce auqh aa jih a Dnmocratio orffantakoscroat ntlqiight in publishing tho name I tit ovory eovo hoad DomocratC ivho1 c ncrtr v j rj Kvoningost aliocltizens otWolfo cbunticsTha trtdfirtl v- y fr- - Kr i JbrickltofcilindaQglrca tho pittronngo of ncljolning prlco ia 3C04 btitvilUfurjiish tho ncnpjQOf tlliSlteiRh aacl irnhnufactuHtig tho Uorso covin tv Ky SKoo Jcd Bpink in tho eld Hwmiga A Wntjon Of h OlioylUo Lnwrenco Biliousness S jy Pains a the back j Sallow complexion Loss of appetite and Exhaustion V4kPI - - - - - Cause There is only one cure tvalch i9 TYVPU AND IS n V genUelaxivliiu Jtecpiug the iowelaM of r j tho Post is ovidently a sorehead p 6 ii open reatorea the digestive organs tones Iron tlio wholesalo house of Jiimself and Knott ontitlod to a up the nervou88ystcuiand niakeq new placo in tho Democratic household But tho Post is only tho tail to tho v medicines one price 250 -PORTSMOUTH OHIO jcite and flies high or Commercial Treatise and fianple free nt any stored von iiinJ thft TlEST fotlArnnf Wlin MHO WW UTJ CO if aw vein Moiiy loy as tho wind makor indicates Vive him a call n 1 UDlL huxiomioes that ho will notrsup flMi dONIPELLBTS a ii- i 7 port Hardin and from first to last Ki t r nAZEriTGRfiBNRy OnePirik PHI pouches the HvcFiud has perhaps mustorod as many as Is thoonlyfirin IntliOtovnhlch lhafi i rexnoves tn jnle iiiilnliUiliA1i V UlUa ll AtIaill itW lllIUU r itlUUUHtU M dJ J s rrJ--Tho editor of a bakers dozen joYo TojnjcPelIet nighUy nctaiuva J f ilffMour - H 3- Q3 i Qn om smmMmm w -- i m kk WW j ag- 1 JtH H M W jCSk 11 V A C Sian dwS hoes - - wm 1 0 P Tracy t v 1 Oo o 5 wmuimumuimiumuswi8W 0 fl ffMtr rj s i ttS f Jbrrt jfitjPv u U af l m 1 tft i it JA - ro -jonayfaifc Ftcldda IIHVCIlHn O wm In f owh Tueadny iff 12oI in danger liOtbeUredM llfillamrrlr Cntilrr i tint im A Curo 12 W SHOSST STREET LEXBNGTO ts KY zm jvi t of Marlon Nlckoll ia Tlte -v a jlulu awJSuJIEjla - JJtf dlotl Inst Sunday night able to carry out any obligations mado m r TM tfuiift f T reported to linvo vYVHflMOTHMvmnmfwnnwwtv itn tu uy uieir nrm LT TVhy Nbr wtM tiat headache when U est rro to our Itondors Truax Wholesalo rirucglots n secure a box of Mecrlnilne at 1 Toledo Ohio Walding Klnnaa Fl Ly A firrtt class high grade monthly homo Uyj z-- w - m n i n V8a thlaolllco for CO cents and got immediate Marvin Wholesale Druggists Toledo journal has comu to bo a necessity in n relief Ohio every household Such a journal vclb not bo the boat Halls Catarrh Cure is taken inter conducted occupies a special relation to Mitch Campbell niny Al in tho county but at any rate nnlly acting directly upon the blood and every member ot the family circle One overseer Hi mucous surfaces of the svstem Price of tho best journalH of this character we hc bus tho beht piece of road 7f conts per bottle Soldbv all drug- have soon Is tho Womans Health Jour 5 yJV published al Chattanooga Tenn mil cannot bo well unions your blood gists Testimonials free kl You The choice stories charming vcrco and pure Therefore purify your blood Rwango one of the best known foot interestitiL miscellany appeal alike to ivlth tho best blood purifier Hoods Snr- bnll players in tho state and captain of young and old Its special departments flrtpftrllla NOW HAVE ON BALE AN IMMENSE tho Frankfort team has resigned his of Fashion Among Our Girls A Pago jtX f r Mothers Tho Home Keeper With Berry and MUa Clara lieratt of Kxel n iri f M im illiinu wo linvo rinortrl frnm captaincy and taken a position as coach the Children and the Health and Hy Chlldrotis suits Wo per suit VQrll 1 60 Qellltlold eolhils livfcQlatost styles of tho OJgen College team at Howling giene Department edited by a compenow on a fair wnv to 1 50 per salt worth 2 bQ in limn nro Childrens worth JGi1 o IJUIU Green Mr Swango is one of tho best tent and experienced physician mako it Boys suits suitsfiO pursuit worth B 00 Boys ftnlT ytiutlis 2 Siispcndersworth r recovery lOo thoSvGrldoVerjpcrimlif 0 00 Youths suits 3 CO per suit worth players in Ken tuck v and his work on invaluable to any home 5 G 50 Silkfrte youths rsuspunderspith The Hkraid always on the lookout Mens suits 3 50 per suit worth Kzcl or lond ti0 Athletic club team last On the road to LOST venr won for what will profit its readers 8 60 -- OC firlO0miMlMr 10 so Mens suits fi 00 per suit worth MM Tho finder jiMld ty cured fifty yuirly subscriptions lias The Mens suits 0 00 per stilt worth jT m niluj 10 CO Mens farmers and silk iucatippeud r1JH wins chapel a fountain pen win to our odd 10 vests and pants at er full length worth 25eHfor7 can get a liberal reward by returning to Frankfort team which he brought to a Womans Health Journal which It pro Sue less than coats price C Extra line mens Hiispenders vorthv half office hijrh standing and the member only P ses to give away during the next 00 Calicoes the very best standard goods 60c per pair 25 W this days Work shirts worth 35e forMratAi pick of the house embracing tm i 1lm with regret Henry Lndcy or Fincastle L e A years subscription to this journal Will Jones and wife Simpsonsand other choice makes 5 Extra heavy workfihirta wnrth CQe- m wi llkf lhl of the Frankfort eleven will he iriven to 6Vlh all new pur yard 6 A handsome whtyo dross thht county attended th funeral and burial 6 50 ou0 aHl ns u is un experieneed player the Every new subscriber to The Jood shirting plaids per yard of Miss Stella Kash who was a sister of 20 Styles of colored laundrled nhits Extra heavy shirting plaids good as who pnvH cash team will he well handed Lexington UkrM eojiura nnu omis nttucnctij wortj9j Alabamas per Mrs Jones Every old subscriber who renews Heavy four quarter yard farmers and 04 double the moneyAAA Leader Oct 22 mt a60 Nov lf by C Ladies fall weight ribbed vests worthmechanics brown cotton per yard Arbury Brooks who has been taking 3 Every delinquent subscriber who An immense odd lot of hats shoes -- i ouu iui itniittitiiMoMit lcurablo in tho sights at Lexington and Louis- etc etc at ridlcuously low prices Mens heavy undershirt worth 50o v 25 pins up arrearages c know that it sounds quackish to Heavy Canton flannel drapers worllj Thee subscriptions wont last long uauies at men wool kdu sKirts wortn vllle for several weeks past returned if f H cents for mU the Elect ropie curing incur50 4uo iorrf First come lii t served Call at this home Monday Xu Toweling p6r yard v Full 10 4 blankets worth 125 per 5 able diseases but bear in mind the fact office and see sample copy y An extra largo and heavy hlcftolied pair for be at the polls on next that it is the old treatment that has pro- Dont fail to Hod comforts worth 75 cents for towel worth 20e for wvcW i All silk bind lace handsoiiio stylejin Tuesday and vote the Democratic ticket Extra size bed comforts worth 1 25 Shorthaud aud Typowritlno worth 20c per yard for 10 for 10 n cnlcr W our v ilMiir Vote it from eend to eend by putting curahu diseases hut we do maintain Feather stitch und seam bruidr wdrllt Clarks O N T spool cotton 4e per V with all earnestness that a case pro- - t igraihy uml Typewriting classes will 10c per bunch for spool or 1 spools for 15c or 27 the cross under the rooster 1 00 Satin black volvet ribbon worth 50o eliarKf K K Atiunson who is fully spools for nounecd incurable bv vour family jdiy- - h V i per bolt for Ben Vansant ot Wliott county and sician js u Hcliij fu hl for ihe opera- - enpnble of carrying them cm to success 25 different styl s of ledlcs misses iiLJn i FIvp papers of needles combined childrens and mens hose in fast 5 repreientativo for the Courier Ioun nl tiou of the Electropidse It mav be just Set- the subjoined cominunication from Miss with darnors all for Co worth blaek tan or colors worth lOo 25 7 0 During the summer vncution job printing company was in our town the treatment necessary and is quite juicksdl pur pair for 5 Two papers largest size full COUJfl i f no ttr Mr Atkinson lil a Kmu deal of practical Sec the hosiery c are selling for 10 brass plus 5e worth Tuesday moriing ikp v to hp Monday evening and Combination box of perfanioandLlllv h ladies children and men at 10c w1 n these Jines ami will put eiitiniMusm r II llllt till HJI per pair VT II1K r MissFannie Gay Tngels was summoned a ease the fact of the physicians state- jn is aisis The ost for tl vnunPi ftip Ladies fast worth 15 to 25 olsewhere blaek cloves per pair 10 All kinds of dress buttons 2 dozen m l l ui rensouable viz Mens leather work gloves worth JOo to the bedside of her sick mother at a card per card pt the patient who has bfpn given up bv m per pair ior Hero Stenography Paris Ky last Saturday and left MmliH j who 1ls receive life opportuniiy to learn these things at a n i She hopes to return the thpnih trcatmuit of the Klectropoise day forborne t uH WJ Inst of the week S wlet ted poem IIazki carrx Ariion piiist ft Iliu mill on the west side The J T Day Wu 11 Cid Irincipal it r ut u iBj 4i ivoimim js is rapidly nearing cnpietin nd uill hcaitilv cinim ml to the careful consid hill W V --4 i Cnvwv Tnlv III ISOi ftl r soon be ready for the machinery whii h iM G oocls univ uoo h popi I wiui ibis mv ilmeem iiiiwiii-1Krk Kiif ntwif il in II Kst tn kiiv iluii I nin ier- - iti ri- ill li ri w kiitiiir in r Ul r vw f3 ncorCTX7C Yr M fiis ami other riidih lmncviriti v m plrut in the mountain- 11 As they seem to ind have fiiiiud him to be an upright V v u w th ir n OKI Ti i- V A 3 ciT C2JLLuea He al- - ffijUULb lioii t und infeiiiciit gentleman 111 xrtbjtjvr fcbiiu ourjjwius v he j ntlul Many Republicans have f venl Urem Atadcmy iwk-j vriiintn1 Ktnin i1ttn1i vtV v til nitrtrtf 4lifV JkVJ In fact every tttltrr lwi1tif iiri it V J cm6elve8 for G II Swango for register that they commit to memory this poem mnths five months ot which time he was S VM WWV VJ i ti cau r UIIU MPnpiriWPAiirB AWAWV tin- shorthand class under my enarse As IIIV UllllVltU U JIUliVO tfi bill KslXSJl v it lieu of gric eveiv morning before tflUlWlAl llVUllli wrrTTTrT n trictlv inuniuui The omce 18 aunosi D He used ids time well mastering the princontinue 111 the straight oilicc and irrespective of politic a hreiufast an vvs f shorthand tvpewritin eoinmer- - SS The Bargains We will Offer You Will be Tremendous Ilisqunlitientions w y ci d corrcMondeuee etc shout aloii v ich the and iiiurow mnnfin man cbnuMlmvi it ue varied Ueini miturall bright and ia jft Be Sure and See the Stock we are Offering iKf Ai uecii hiiuiun m nu y iiu ditstrious he made exceptional progress in w John rvaa and wife left on Sunday iiac r hi itov lHmil1Kt huhjtfCtB alld will rcu We MEAN BUSINESS and UIU OIUUh Must UV OUlUJgj BS is low ier vir to any community or im ecrciary ami ireasPI- vuluuble service morniitig lor a viflt to relatives aiui Jt rtr ol llie i oriitue Min v anal aim nrm Hi siring lirsi eiass worn 111 Mr friends in AlmiMTrmprv cimitv ItliTi fS 111 J i is n mis hi j liiis IMHie 7f ill sjiejK- Mo it E- vans Will go tfi Louisville ai pihaps teemed by all a oulIi Rciuedv ous and energetic andwiL itntii t rtfniiiiiiiwho itji jIQ Clunibilaii t t S 11 iSWfin tlie mar- - V 1 engage to travel lor some win an saw m iidmHii r t t he st IS II VrJ Itim li ult iviii MiriV ItPIMl till Kei the Stale of Kentucky This slock nUl he on oxhlbitloji Ut I ill V usc1 iniiv kim lut imi v house at that place fwiir amply niiiilitiiMl ki iIIflwtiet st0lloruRr 1W mav seek licspeaU- nnriiinR ortn Hlirn nn i I t hanitcrlain s the most prompt anil cii J i Sa lU anv ioition he leH r A Depi uty United State Marshal nm mv j v in imlls vlUi en respfethilly When troublid Inure Byrd who has been in Moiirati and via ntlier i iwiMumwrmjm1 runc wTKtwirxrriritrnmmm Ttaniinnir t ir j VVJA j UiTTII lllllSMI v m or golhn counties for some time 011 ollicial vvitn a cojih 01 coin ive mis icmeaj V 1 V Z business nassed through here on I lies m n- l y v i c 1u1111111 II sr ifjiotf111 C resii an riir lii k says the day enroute to Jackn small family Apply at lb and iron for a J iv jhu M Hoe dniKirist Vi Vl this ollice Light service and best wages i outlook for Democratic success in thobe Henry L Jodsey of Hazel Jrcen ACADEMY two counties is exceedingly bright Prof Cord returned Tuesday from chief rif the stamn vaults internal Our subscribers who are in arrears IX invited to address Dallas Texas where ho last week attendAND w I MUST pay up AT once or we will bcthe Itertatc DmiCrtlc Association ed a meeting of tho National C W BM compelled to placo their accounts in tne at WllHhlpton onc llipht hl9t wcek A hands of a collector We need money madc bv Dcino f f IX WJIWIIJ MmiMIIBIlllHIWIIMHIIIIll IIW 57 to pay our debts and if those who owe liuJ iic 8 lU 1IWIII Mltiv ill iiv fil us will whack up we can do so IWt wa oajci Up n to speak for KenSession of 395 96 Begins First Ronday ln SeptemBerM m delay sending in your dollar but send it mf RVS u at on co 1 Si sV Weak and Nervous s Tho homo of Rov J H Scott colored Tttt t nrtTTortC Rttcsp a T vrTn Epenoos tho Loyyost- J J JJXJ VUUJIUU MUOiiHilllJJ Dlsclpllnothe Describes the condition of thousands of firmest li I A just abovo Swango Springs on the state people at this season They have no apIM Dkpautmknts road caught fire Sunday the 20th inst sleep and complain of the petite cannot 1 C l p uuu ouo biuo ol it struciurc wua uiuiwi prostrating eilect of warmer weather mo ulUA unr nl v net jS may be remedied by completely destroyed Messrs Dye Al This condition -Hoods Sarsaparilla which creates an bright and Low bapponed to discover the appetite and tones up all tne organs it firo and succeeded in subduing tho gives good health by making tho blood flames pure X yJ jitrZrtLWA T creasing demands of each year the best after dinner X Hoods Pills are Joo Frazler who has been manager of 1 Solid for Cutalogiiq of Irtleitlnr NffffiflnuiiTnLBiwH0i fx headache tho J T Day Co cut rate racket store pills assist digestion euro H CORD Pr Incipal Wm lnco it fltarted has severed his connec Frank Duko brought one hundred galiO JIuol iroon Kcntnclcy tion with that concern and on Sunday J IB lons of pnro sorghum down from Wolfo K Eyes left for his homo atWinchester A P county Tuesday and sold it without any Erysipelas In Face and HI Cjf Lacy is now in charge of tho racket Mil MJliai trouble It is fine bocauso wo havo Inflammation Subduod and Tor i and will bo glad to cut prices on goods SnlVvJ turoo Endod by Hoods Arborry Brooks a genial Mr 3i tried it f and sell to ull his friends I nm so glad to bo relieved of my tortures pleas Green was a gentleman of Uiatlom willing to tll the benefits I have do A good peg on which to hang your ant caller at the Gazetto Monday on rlvou from Hoods Sarsaparilla In April and j V M6 Sterl- Â¬ May I was afflicted with erysipelas In my ace porsonal comfort for tho noxt f w yoara route homo from Louisville fiv Viv is Ramons Tonio Livor Pills This rem- awd neck and eyes which sproaillo wy throut 10 ilCwHlflll Cdy is almost magical In its effects and ing Gazette Ail cat mvum9mmMr- olbvjiui v ynrffa cyjwgwi Kuitr v Vrrr i ur rUn in tho southwestern positively cures an torms 01 oinousneas 7 c- SI it ft 4n J i 0Uf stomach disordorcdjivor etc SliskJn rt of tlp Btat0 HOmo time ago says L tccau to taTto JUooiVftBarsaparlllaand ppltWarkod Holjcf Jicauacucs vanian spocuiiy whwh m jvlr W Uhnlmers onuor 01 uio nm c treatment linn been used for a fortnicht Enterprise 1 Iina an uhhok 01 before I had Unified JhcuflrstbottIo I ton Oal T3o not forget tho namo Ask your dyeenterv Having heard of Uhmiibetf Unued tQimprPY ttntji wliouTiiadJakcu four Agency H druggist for Rnmons and insist upon rsltn nhnlnrn and DlnrrllCOtt IWin- i n- EastciuivKeiitliclc y i Bates Kcasonablo i Having it A box costs but 25 conta cdy I bought a bottle A couplo of fe cured isamplo dose froo doses of it completely HihvVly MMUmMMI 4 nnww I nm a ui ummm v Jte pr sTarriodi at tho rcsidonco of tho brldc stomnoh champion oi tuai - iEiOSSiiibu and bowel complaints Jor f - tV an UyJOr ot uraesycrco m salobyJOlimoiuose iatnor J - - iM infant chid M n gcrv-- 111 -- AW-ONi wUli tvnhold fever mtt tlio 1 iiTC K1 Matte Ohio tmderaicnod Imvo known Xh l P I nllllHnit fny J nonornmo m m mTiy llinll Sr BpgularrMoftl8 25 conts isroals to order at all hours iXOiifti toUpTinnSnppor from5itoQ4om nrafn VJ qvittiwammwiuwbwu jp f V V Breakfast from 6 to J a m Dinuqr fioiii fM f 5 nhir o vmucu L- aM w- Mhi fi fc yviuwy r JLxf0naaTic V iy - T1 luui rm UfUfHIMAUKE STU RE Â¬ J il I 111 I 1 V -- ri -- J - S Â¬ l jorrori i rbrnMuMri 1 tQriivoW - i t u i tk V- - - K so hi j j j K- - v itInii j lorU - I I oiiXn 0 v I - tpern - fc 1 11 ym - i STOCK Dry GENERALMERGHANDISE S o - if- i Tlr 11 uoni m - i a - ip11 I - ll I I 1 lilllytbcltel - ci nw nchino innrtci Notions Hats Oapsulotjinig g -- j n WqH - 1 -- 1 -- nrnn Vb TL 11 V 1 1 - pir I IC 1 ii 111 1- 1- iii I 1 -- - - h1 i i7V Pte inlet Ste - ftull i I 1 feigJSSSSSSSia ii 1 f- SSai 1 J - mjjl njj 1 11- - vi - R iMSiKSVSASSSS r- I 1 HAZEL GREEH NORMAL - M I v i PREPARATORY i SCHOOtlg m - m Mi Wi W Â¬ In All - t ii j 1 1 jmw tJiiasfm WW T1 - - Burning Pain k v S2SZ -- IHH II- I- II II- I- MM MiTMWlW l- -- llnl A 1 iiii - flmiKrvr isrfc lLV -- - 5B -- v M - -- 1 i 1 m mr O o wim arsapariSIn-- ifff ASSETS tfwU ggjggaSife - FIRE MFBr - 1 fn -- GOIDENT RELIABLE tQlinr 537UUW JCy J OVEE JfAlU 26000000 YOtoclbek Friday jtenfatf k r llnv received it lettpr ftflin WinTyiofKoiYoy aiuibo6 pi iragofnn J Jlondny avoaing uoUfng Jilnl Chester r Ml T T VUVUVV viu4vimih iiuiy JIUY il 4 TlU Jtl VOlntiltrirt ihatbia wifo wi9 quUnfifetlmplMd tjolttcsVTjascomplctcly cureil and felt tbatalliimL narks hrirllaymptoins of thnt dlro comMriieralt Mjayu 1J canmlo nowfaid is jMus E E plaint i bad forever- vunlsbcd nh- - isvIsWfe lipjp llnuBhlbr m Snrolir T fp OUfES - Address A HOFFMAN mtiuiWMnm jMnn Mt Sterling TEIMBLE BROTHEES JWlllJttlilyMg rcadytpacerat ttnyilmov infHiiiAtp couple ahdhonea tlloyinayiravb aife- v rt6 oc-it- -r ranunncunwu vuuu ui poaco anu proaporify tfJ ex4ondongratulationf to bjapRy- ii v - O ujt- - J viJ f rAWAiiiuaioroHisKUHom prompt nml cfllclent yet a Pills nro 23c ftctlou 8qW by --11 druggist liasAii ii Wt JV X 4s0nm0 4 Kcr t ftA - h i j ni - Jt - fsrte jr i tr HI l s i4- - JWfJ ftMS i r ITS tfcti - A u HiSKJ t j Cl l J iff- - dSM iiyaii M J m ij i l i yv 1 JJ of V -- vv 4 THE INDIANS RELIGION LOST HIS NERVE V Chanel Aftor Thl Affair Wild Jim tlio man as hocamo A scoro of us saw catering into tho frontier town on is eayuso and mothan 0110 remarkedhow singular It w IhathoWartuutaoal rmed He hitched his horse to b had saloon and frol Of the Big EUt door of list disappeared within tho running when a man cumo tho shanty tin and cxclalned Hoys thats tho sheriff over at Dcndwood and hes como for Wild HE OK A CATOHINCI A SHARK f i H0tie4 HI 8ipt Riirt Thnti Torn In riaeea They ticlttivn In Omul iil Kvll blrlt Tlinlr MiturMliV by It follotm As t Tho firH English colonists moved AJ For nearly forty olght hours the ship had lazily rolled in tho long swolls by their strong Protestant footing and k of tho Pacific about throe miles oft horrified at thcjioathoii vays of theii4 01 XXTXT9XAb i1 fl4tCl Bbore near a little town in Central red neighbors disposed of tlio ired America said a traveler from that part mens religion simply by setting them SB of tho world the othor dayThe down an worshipers of iho dovlh ftloro MACHETE THE MURDEROUS sharks had become very friendly untl charitable students of their character v it 3t SkltlfHlly Weapon at Culm unit S would swim sluggishly about tWvesT aijd customs caino to maintain thaU the Ktlonnt WiHMd by the Natlvns sol somotimos4uven rubbing familiarly ihoU adoraiibn was nd Other thatt In Oba oVori man possesses a against its1 idosJThe tpasaongcrs rained Image of tho God of Abraham i j wscbote no matter what olso ha howovor had grown tirqctfswatchlng Isaac and Jacob Thug nomo writers ICMSsnl own It Is tho tool of tho them as well as weary vofv iooklugat have fancied that their wow wows and w UkM ifci from tha NHMMiWHWI directedre to hit mma or whether ipodi mio rer tne par W Mt MlWtrtW r of not t 0 ewn hsr aeciaca thi irtmifiKto tkn how iHMrt MriMl uom the pott o On Or remtiT- tMM4lfIHt MHMH W0JeiI CO It 1riffla KjcU S VivtaNMirKt ppr rfurlr Charcoal CO bushels IlluinlnathW a Z7 ibout 1000 cubic foots Uhunlhnl ind tar CO gallons pitch or resin 11 ilongivos the following INTEREST cordjOf pitch plno under distill Imbalances GENERAL k - Cuban worklngHian With it ho earns Ma living putting sugar cone With it ke cuts the firewood for his own use Indeed it is halchot and knife combined for hira Every Cuban except thoso vho Hyo in tho big cities llko Havana Jb famlb iar with tho uso of tho machete The rank and filo of tho Cuban- insurgents vhoi come from tho plantation nro not skilled in tho use of firearms u lJut they make up for it by the ferocity with which thoy engage in closoKiuar tor engagements with Spanish soldiery with tho faithful machote Whon this it tho case tho Spaniard fares badly and tho machete man leaves a lot of bloody corpses or wounded bodies be hind him One of tho horrible features of o field of battle where machetes have been used Is Iho number of partly be Â¬ headed of partly rlppod open bodies that are found A young Cuban explained tho most common rauririorof Vslng tho machote It is entirely different from aword practice llVotfirtti Is not employed at all Tho aim of hq machote user Is to cut ripapd tear Ills opponont and dis Â¬ able or kill at once Among tho In Â¬ surgents tho privates who aro armed wltlmachdtcsi carry the weapon in a scabbardat the loft stdo of tho bolt or dangling from a chain about tho right wrist In auy case tho weapon is not held for use until tho linos aro within a few yards of each othor Whcn tho word is passed tho ma Â¬ chete Is pulled from tho scabbard with anupward stroke diagonally to the right with tho longest and tho sharp edgo towards tho onomy This consti Â¬ tutes one stroke and is aimed at tho abdomen of tho attacked person with the design of cutting or tearing the body below tho waist With tho ycapon raised to the longth of tho right arm tho wrist is simply turned over and the mache to makes a stroke back to the loft so as to slash tho atÂ¬ tached persons aeclc and If posslblo partially behead him With still one lnbrp turn of tho wrist tho edge of tho machete Atrikos downward cleaving thefbody again This is done with wonderful dexter Â¬ ity These strokes aro tho easiest forin of attack to learn among edged weapons In tho hands of tho Insur Â¬ gent vhO are habituated to tho uso sof vtho machete and aro very strong tho blows aro described as wicked Many Wines heads aro all but severed from tho body and a machete wound - Â¬ -- isusually fatal If h t l 4 h 4 looking affair and costs loss than a dollar It la mudo in England and in Gormany Tho blades arc from twenty to thirty Inchestpng Some of thorn nhayc a blade slightly curved back ward towards tho thick dull edgo witlV a rounded point curved back to the thick edge Tho favorite and theono which has dono most dam ago to the Spanish forces has the thirty inch blade about three inches wide long straight and clean looking and with thc end cut off diagonally to a point as a milliner cuts tho ends of a ribbon bow The handlo ia of rough lookingfbono the handlo of tho blado being run through tho center and fas toned1 together with what looks like fourrordinaryhiail with tho hoads cut off There isno guard at all and tho machete man oiton gots his fingers badly wounded Tiiatls tho simplest machete if Others have thcbono handle curved to fit into tho pajm of thq hand When tho Cuban hu3bandman gets ilia ma choto it isnt at vi4 sharp lie how Â¬ ever whets itiup until it cuts very easily A Cuban who had- boon with tho insurgont army dosoribbdi jLhe scene after an encounter when the InsurÂ¬ gents sat around icaoh busllysharp cniug his manhifto foVthobpxtUHsault Not onlyho private but tlio officers Â¬ f c at present is a very cheap and ordinary CThomachoto used by the insurgents tho cblVeercofreo coffee which the na Â¬ tives were loading I into tho ship from barged alongside llufcori 4116 afternoon of tho Second day tho goucral languor was some What tlispolled by tho appoaranco on deck of tho pursdr with a shark line Tho passengers gathered around tho stern of thq vessel while tho purser ar Â¬ ranged his tackle Tho line was about five eighths of an inch in thickness and five hundred feet long Tho hook on tho end Seemed largo enough to hold a whale but it Was none too stout as was subsequently shown Next to tho hook was a plcco of chain about eighteen inches in longth Six foot from tho hook was a piece of wood largo enough to float tho hook and chain and at intervals of forty or fifty feet were three other pieces of wood to keep tho rope near tho top of the water Aftor fastoning enough fish on tho hook to mako a meal for several moderate sized families the purser throw It overboard Tho hook floated slowly away from tho vessol It being kept about six foot from tho surfaco of tho water by tho first piece of wood Tho water was so clear however that tho fish on the hook could bo seen plainly from our position on deck The hook had beon In the water only ten or flftcon minutes whon two or three small sharks gathered around and seemed to bo oyolng tho tempting bait sharply None of them doignod to touch it however Finally one big tigor or man eating shark tho largest one wo had seen that day appeared and began nosing about the bait Uo swam by it once rubbing his side against tho fisii Ho came back a moment later and rubbed against tho bait again Then he turned quicker than usual made straight for tho bait turned on his side and took fish hook and part of tho chain into his mouth and started toward the bottom with them Tho purser gave tho line a hard jerk to fasten tho hook In tho sharks jaw Zip buzz how that lino did cut through the water when the hook pricked the shark Tho purser took a turn around the rail with tho lino and paid it out slowly until tho shark had three hun- Â¬ dred and fifty or four hundred feet at its disposal Then ho made It fast Tho shark finding it could not break tho line tried new tactics It swam toward the ship and tried to spit out But it was too firmly the hook fastened in its mouth for that and as the shark approached the purser took up the line and made It fast whon the shark started to swim away again This maneuver was tried scvei al times and finally tho shark was within ten or twonty feet of tho vessel Slowly the distance was shortened until it was almost directly undor tho stern of tho ship Then as the vessel went down in tho trough of a big dead swell the slack lino was quickly taken up and made fast again When tnc vessel rose on tho top of the swnll tho head of the shark was two or three feet out of tho water We had a good view of it by this time So far as sizo was concernod ho was a splendid speci- Â¬ men weighing tho purser estimated from one thousand four hundred to one thousand six hundred pounds It was of tho striped or man eating species known sometimes us tho tigor Â¬ ideas lacked uniformity Tho religion of most Indians camo practically to this Whatovor thoy did not understand was iu their 03es medicine endowed with somo super- Â¬ natural power An English nowspa per bus been observed to bo treasured as containing a charm of peculiar oill cacy so has a wig which has been snatched oil the head of an oflicor whon his amazed conqueror thought to scalp him Such an incomprehensi- Â¬ ble machine as a watch or a clock would not fail to bo supposod to liavo a spirit iusido it Each rod man car-Â¬ ried about with him his own special medicine or fotish somo rolic which he took to bo his patron saint For him all things in nature had a spirit which it behooved him to pro- Â¬ pitiate as ofton as ho had to do with thorn Thus when about to shoot tho rapids of a perilous water Â¬ fall ho would bo seen to throw into tho boiling wator two yards of scnrlot cloth and a brass kettle as an offering to secure his safety In tho samo way when embarking to cross a lake he would sneriflce a dog or a handful of tobacco to tho spirit of tho water who as he believed had power to overwhelm his frail canoe with tho winds and tho waves The wanderer of the woods and prairies would some- Â¬ times come upon offerings displayed on trees or platforms which had been dedicated to the earth or air It might have beon thought even by those who had lived with tho Indians for some time that thoy had no formal public worship but tho fact is that most of thoir feasts dances and other coromonies partook of a religious char- Â¬ acter Their most absurd and disgust- Â¬ ing orgies wore acts of faith as much as tho burning of the heretics of Spain or the revels of tho Yulotido in En- Â¬ gland One of thoir prayers trans- Â¬ lated by James Smith who lived with an Indian named Tecaughretaneg was as follows Oh Great Being I thank Thee that I liavo obtained tho uso of my legs again that I am now able to walk about and kill turkeys and ducks with- Â¬ out feeling exquisite pain and misery Grant that on my coming voyage I may frequently kill bears as thoy be cross- Â¬ ing tho Scioto and Sandusky I Thy servant will roturn Thee thanks for Thy gifts But while tho Indians opinion of tho white man may be rather harsh his re- Â¬ ligion has been leavened by contact with tho descendants of the Pilgrim settlors If the heart of the red man can be mado to understand tho new commandment of a faith that breathes peace on earth and good will toward men it will bo remembered that tho outcasts of England with all their or rors and shortcomings were in toils and sufferings nnd earnestness and fearlessness tho noblest heroos of tho backwoods Cincinnati Gazette PURIFIED HIS SPIRIT WlUliuna Widow Hiul Ills IMortiil Hamulus Preserved for Future Itoferouco ring with each othor for tho rule of Wild Jim who was wanted man But when It camo to tracing tho On entering tho place tho sheriff hud matter down It was found by tho most backed up against tho bar and faced careful observors that thoir religious tho players Wild Jim had leaped to his feet and pulled a gun with olthor hand aud the othor players leaned back and looked around to sco what was going on After mo Joo queried Wild Jim as ho stood with guns presented sco guttural exclamations corresponded to We crowded iuto tho saloon to llvo wore tho hallolujaha of tho Jows It Is cer what would happen There tain that thoy concolvcd of a gront mon playing poker at ono table and good and a great evil spirit over war- throe at another One of tlio men was for murdor Â¬ Â¬ Ml iplrlts of turpentine 20 gallons tur barrel wood spirits 5 gallons i common crocodiles of Etrynt woro kept in temples reared In 2ktem phis and othor oltles In thoir honor There thoy woro worshipped und fej with tho greatest care and adorned with costly trlnkots Thoy wore tcn tlorcd porfoctly tame and took nat i tho processions nnd othor core monies L i Tho passion ilowor is intimnt0lv associated in popular losrends wlthlh9 J crucifixion its threo Il uus aro Rtin posed to typify tho Father Son ami Holy Spirit whilo in its othor mn f tho imaginative oye finds the cros lio ij I ttn nndu tlir cirxnv II V if r RrV V It The purser now brought a Win chester rifle of largo bore and whon tho Bhlp raised tho shark out of water ho fired two shots Into his head and down his throat Some of the passengers expressed sympathy for tho big brute but when they witnessed what followed Bnortly afterward all such feelings had departed Tho purser fired at least a jdozen shots into different parts of Ihe shark but it was still alive The blood flowed freely from tho wounds how as wcllJufio tho machete The- - officers over and colored tho water in a streak have ashortor weapon and of better for several hundred feet away from fctuff Tho long blades of tho machote tho shlpf of the privates will almost bend double Tho shot from the riflo did not scorn Tho shorter todotor him in tho least After brush without breaking broader thicker weapons have not ho ing against his helpless companion arae elasticity twice hoturncd nearly over op hU j Astonishing stories aro told of tlid backaridfohl what a sight he toolea force pf the blow that the Insurgent big mouthful out of the1 tall of the can give with tho nativo knife In the member of his own species that was national museum at Madrid is au Amer- stillalive but unaMo to help himself ican riila whioh it is olalmod was com Â¬ One of the natives in a barge along pletely split In half lengthwise with a side produced ant vigly looking knife blow from a machote and cut out tho hook in theapllvos Women have been known to use the mouth at this point and ho wasab machete aud during tho Ton Years lowed to drop dowa into the water war there wore numorous lustancos Ills doom was sealed howovor All whore women whoso husbands wore tho othor sharks thereabout pitched In away fighting dofomlod thomsolveo and literally tore him in pieces Some and children vrlththe machete N Y of tho ladles could not watch tho sight Whata the uso of sympathizing World remarked tho purser MIIc Will with him the same thing himself many He His Thoughtfulnoss has done She you will you will you times probably Thoy are no use any lie Dont way and live by killing fish which are Oh this is bo sudden N Y Tribgot excited please I am making it Of some usa to mankind luatusloW as I can Detroit Free une Wo can do moro good by being ili Wo becomewlllingsdtfVantsittfthe good than in any other way Rowland oi by tho bonds their vlrtueii lay UU1 air i omnoft JJJOWUfl Â¬ - shark Â¬ Â¬ i Â¬ -- Â¬ Whats that coppor can for Col orin plcklos Inquired Mrs Jones of WidOw Brown No them is all thats mortal of poor William explained tho widow as sho wiped away a tear Goodness mo you dont mean to say youvohad him canned like corned beef exclaimed Mrs Jones My no I sent his body to tho creamery and had him insinuated and them is his mortal remains just a handful of dust Mrs Jones und the poor widow sighed and wiped away two tears I dont believe in that I think its declared Mrs downright weoked Jones with a show of asporlty calcu culatod to induce an explanation It dooskind o seem so dont It Mrs Jones moaned Widow Brown tear- Â¬ fully butit was mortify In tho flesh to purify the spcrot William wasnt a downrlglitwcoUodraau though his sin Â¬ fulness would crop out onco Ip awhile moro especially whon I tried to con Â¬ vert hlra tted alius laugh right In my face an say Mary Jane you cant mako mo bolleyo that firo an brimstone business hereafter I ben a gettin my share of It right along Mrsr Jones rolled her oyos toward the colling In horror and tho Widow moanodl -x 1 Thon when X got roused up an Mary more oloquonfar hod say you cant rieverconylnco mo that Jane theres u hotter placo than right here Â¬ But I alius doclarodId convlnco him if it was my last act an If Ills sperct is in them ashos Id just like to ask him If It was hot enough forlhlm o San Francisco Post Mrs Jones groaned -- thorns tho halo and various other cm blcmatic objects Out of 220000 farms in Denmark M Duly 1100 nro over 2C0 acres in extent il and most of them are worked by tlich Yes owners By thoir great technical Going to take rao dead or alive Icnowlcdgo of thoir business and thi Yes mo alive and if you gradual change of growing grain ia r You cant take raovo a hand Ill drop you Tho sheriff smilod and looked around Danish fnrmors have suffered loss from competition than thoso tho room and back at AYild Jim and TransatlanticEuropean of any othor country queried At Frascati near Rome there is a gamo stand Jim How does the bacholors union which recently nro Ive just dealt a hand tostcd against tlio overdressing and Ml All right finish it Wild Jim sat down and took five tho general conduct of tho girls of the minutes to play out tho hand Then town and resolved to boycott those who did not heed the warning and to ho looked up and said do all they could to prevent them from Suro you want mc Joe marrying Whereupon the girls of Dog sure Fracasti marched to the club room Jost come for mc forced their way in tore up tho ciryou Jest for Then Im goin to kill you whore culars and drove out the bachelors with clubs you stand Largo tracts of dense forests In He raised his pun in his right hand and blazed away firing six shots as Australia arc practically shadeless fast as his finger could pull trigger Many kinds of trees in that strauge The sheriff never moved When tho country turn their edges instead oi smoke had rolled out of tho open door tho flat surface of tho leaves to the and wo could sec him ho stood in the sun and thus ono may stand under a same position and his face wore tho tree of enormous size and bo as fully same smile One bullot had burned exposed to the sun as though ho were his cheek a second had grazed his ear in tho open plain Travel through a third had cut through his shirt col- Â¬ these forests is said to bo exceedingly lar under the loft car Wild Jim was a arduous work as the trees while thoy dead shot aud yet he had missed his do not cut off tho sun prevent tho man at fifteen foot hrni7rt frnm rnnphliif tlie irmnml nnd uu asked tho thus the traveler experiences u stifling a Jim Got through sheriff breaking a bilenco that was heat it positively painful European boys at birth aro from tl And you you are not heeled one half to one centimeter lonjrcr than gasped Jim as his arm sank slowly pirls Prof Waldeyor of Berlin told down the Anthropological congress that mot No come on at Cnbsel but when grown up man il You didnt bring your guns ten centimeters taller than woman No If you are through bhooting The average weight at birth for boys well go is 3333 grammes for girls 320Q Jim laid his two guns down on the grammes The European man is si table before him aud walked to the pcrior to woman in strength and door and out into the street His horse height but the muscles of tho tongue was tied to a post a block away He aro more highly developed in woman reached the horse mouutcd and then Male blood contains 5000000 red corheaded down the long street after the puscles to a cubic millimeter female Bhoriff who was giving him not the blood only the average 4500000 slightest attention In five minutes mans brain weighs whilo grammes ta 1172 the pair were out of siorht 1231 grammes for that of woman I asked of the What ailed Jim discovered The Philippines bartender who had come to the door by Magellan in 1521 woro1571 Spanish In of the saloon Lost his nerve he brusquely re- Â¬ supremacy was established over the five biggest islands the capital city ol plied Manilla being founded Up to date How do you mean Why the bheriff coming without a tho warlike Mohammedan tribes oi gun and standing there to be shot at tho southern islands have maintained took all his saud away and mado a thoir independence No fewer than 1 twelve expeditions have been fitted woman of him out at Manilla by the Spaniards against Suppose the sheriff had had a gun Â¬ The man jerked his head toward tho tho Sooloo islands and southern Mi1577 to Gold wheroin fifteen or twenty victims ndanao at various times from 1850 but though it was easy to defeat had been buried and said the natives thoir permanent subjec- Â¬ Hed n bin over tharI tion and conversion to Christianity And will Wild Jim get clear In 1712 En Likely but hell hov to leave here has proved impossible Tho boys hev already put him down as gland took Manilla but restored it to Spain by tho treaty of Paris N G At his trial for murder in Deadwood Polyirlot Slirnn v Wild Jim was discharged from custody The array of signs renderod necos- but ho went forth a changed man No sary where pcoplo of various national man took him by tho hand all men ities congregnto ofton confuses ono not avoided him Two weeks later ho was familiur with the foreign languages found dead in Custer City a victim of especially whon tho portion is nom suicide Detroit Free Press aware that thoy all moan tho satno j tliiDjr On a door leadinc iuto ono olJ A TREE LUNCHEON tho local sugar rofinorics aro tho foh A Unique Function That I IMitlnotlTrly lowing inscriptions AiiierleHn In l liivor No Admittance A tree luncheon is a festivity which Dor Eutrit 1st Vorbodon has an American flavor to it and voroouner Ulnzamr H which doponds chiefly for its success Nio Wohodzle upon tho village carpenter Tho cook Thero is still another collection on is a secondary powor The first board tho Red Star line steamship saib requisite is a large shapely tree with Ing to Antwerp Thero is of course branches spreading gracefully at quite no smoking and cacM a distance from tho ground Midway stato room Isoxcent on dock the follow provided with between tho ground and that part of ing sign tho trunk where the branches begin No Smoking to spread a large platform should be Nlet Rookon built out supported at tho corners Defense do Fu macro opposite tho trees by strong beams It Nicht Rauchon Philadelphia Re should bo surrounded by a rustic ord fence having a little wicket gato t mow worm unvarn tf From tho ground to this gato stairs xno greatest wonder of tnennupv should load and tho stair rail should bo of tho samo rustic variety as the is tho celebrated rrlnw worm cttVOfDi fqneo This platform Is capublo of discovered In 1891 in tho heart of the many transformations A hammock Tasmanlun wilderness Tho cavorao swung In It makes It tho coolest of cavorns thoro appears to bo a sorJos sep lounging places The children and Mich caverns in tho vicinity each arate and distinct nro sltuatodnoai theJr toys convert it into an admirable a Bummer nursery Books and a small tho town of Southport Tasmania ia writing tablo make It an CUt door limestone bluff about four miles froin reading room But Jt is a spot for a Jday bay OJho appearance pf th lunch party that Js most attractive main cavern Is that of an underground Four small tables arranged to allow rlYerv tho entire floor of the pubtorrft free passage of tho servant among neanrpassagobolng covered wfthate thenr and each seating four all deco Â¬ about a foot nml n bnlf In depth- j Theso wonderful TaSmanlan caves art rated With Ollt dnhf Hmvnfd w mako tho prettiest possible group similar to all cavqrrt found iu Hm umo lorinationy with tho oxcejin miuu iuur tunes xoiir gins aro added together with dainty viands and a that their rnnfn rmrl uldnH HtorftHJ whltecapped maid the effect is com- Â¬ Shine With flm llrlf dmllfnil bv tilt millions of glow wormswlilca lnhftbllj plete N Y Tlmex tncm Chicago Chroniolo Â¬ -- i Â¬ J j -- V efi m1 If X LdljtfJhAdLtilhL 11 e l I iTt I W- - - y il t rwr r s KE3GSI rfsT ii ii 1 TV IJ 4 THE FARMING WORLD Am ROOM OULTU R E industry Which I Attractive in Well n lroftlitlilct j VI USH It 18 ft mystery why muslirodms are widely appreciated in this country tts tih article of food for it is a weiiKnown fact that tho economic value of mushroom diet is placed sec Â¬ Were the people ond to moat ulono ofUussia ind parts of Gormany to seo pui woods uudolcurlngs during the nu tunin rais tlioy would fenst on tlio rcll food wliicli in most places here indeed it is the epiVCS to waste cures who appreciate this food and are not slow to pay fancy prices for it iu Â¬ not wOro lid market During1 the I a considerable extent butcher as lias been stated by Prof Mushrooms Palmer in one of his works make the gauio use of tho air we breathe as is fmado by iinimnis when cooked they resemble no other form of vegetable food and in decay their odor in some case cannot bo distinguished from putrid meat CerUiii it is the parosol HUo growth usca for food and which springs up in a niut is not a plact in It more nearly resemble a any feonse flower bearing as it does the spores tliatnre analogous to seeds The true plant which feeds grow und iinully prepares to flower is the network of whitish threads which form u hat is rtinnioalv known ns the snnwn or botanienlly the mycelium of the mush j to Â¬ Â¬ can ho gathered heason when mushrooms people neglect the Sometimes It Li possible to dispone witli watering Iho bed this 0ing on y necessary vlwn tho surface quite dry Thou water carefully gets us inff Watcr heated to about 100 degrees By making up beds at intervals toC eight or ton vceks throughout tho year a continuous 6tipplv of mush rooms may be secured As a rule how over mushrooms grown In greenhouses or other buildings arc liable during the hottest part of summer or early mil to got spoiled by tho maggots of various files so that it may bo as to havo an off season say well tho months of July and Augubt It is to u tuyuu mai ino consumption of this Valuable forwInvMol w will irreatlv In WiVlU crease in tho near future Ohio Fnrtnor SALTING THE COWS Kcop tho Suit Mlirro tlin AhlmiU Cud Hell TIltMllKtlvoa frrtv Scatter salt in tho cow pastures or in their feed boxes once a wcok or once a HOUSEHOLD BREVITIES fvWM ft If- where thev can hnln ilirinirnU r cilities for a constant and free access to salt should be found in every stable room It is to the garden or indoor culture One of the first essentials in preparing of the common mushroom sigaricus food of any kind for any kind campestrib that we here to call of stock is to have it Whole- There is an ease ami nov- some and another important cssetr attention to have it rj ilutibli elty about this business which should ti il f i not onl to nil i uoosMiy sail louse in t In dairy care make it attractive but to eon must be taken to haeonly that of the amateurs for home u gardeners near all lartre best quality UiCrcial While roek salt is probThe profits are laivrc in com- ably the best and cheapest that can be towns parison with the outlay of iiittcriul used tor the stock to eat only the finand labor necessary Kifv to vy est and purst should boused in the cents a pound wholesale can be ob making the butter nmldteese where tained without the least difiieulty it must be incorporated with or into HIh necessary to success that they tlam salt deposits in a crude state be grown in very rich uoil the indiv an more or les- - impregnated with mineral impurities that in many cases are rfcF-533 highly detrimental to the WCX- fortnight and you strike their appo tltes for it hit or miss Hut keep it whore the creatures can lick it every time they desire and you are giving an opportunity for nature to gauge the requirements of the system more sure ly than is possible in any other way Cows cannot keep healthy and thrive without salt and it is a positive eru Uy to thern to deprive them of a full supply and the only sure way of ascertaining whether or not they hav a full supply is by keeping a supply Â¬ Â¬ dire c Â¬ I k- - oft from dinner Add popper salt a llttlo llour nnd yrcnin Stir over the lire till it thickons Lino patty pans with paste fill wllh the mixturoHand oake Housekeeper Applo Jolly for Cakes Orate out large applo and add tho juice and pra ed rind of ono lemon mix with them ono cup of whito sugar aud let lol for thrco minutes Uso Immediately This makes a delicious filling for layer sitkcs Pralrlo Farmer Eggs A brush of tho shell with the finger as eggs aro broken will make an additional white to every dozen Tho revolving whip of an ogg beater should be hold In a horizontal position Eggs served us soft eggs should bo cooked by tho coddling process Placo six eggs in a fiat dish so that they will not Ho ono upon an Â¬ other pour over them two quarts of boiling water let thorn stand in it ton minutes For hard eggs drop eggs into a icettlo of cold water and allow tho water to boll without covering tho kettle then let the water simmer gontly for ton minutes Ohio Farmer Potato Cakes Doll a pound of potatoes plain put into a basin an ounce of dripping or butter and ono whole egg pass the potatoes while hot through a wire sieve if well mashed with a fork it will answer as well Mix well in tho basin with the egg and butter season with a littlo grated nutmeg pepper and salt Turn tho pota to on to a floured board roll it with the hands into the form of a thick roly pudding then cut it in slices of two inches flour a baking sheet and put on the littlo potato cakes bako in a hot oven twenty minutes sore split and buttered or plain for tea Leeds Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Chicken PntlicRMiuco chicken Highest of all in Leavening Power Latest U S Govt Report 1 o Vb HL r m vr fsA j Baking K yoU Absoijuteey VffMwK pure 3ME3S5S It 8iib sat before mo at tho phvri Bho was a bcatlty qulto The house was f nil tho air was cool The play was out of sigh U Boston Courier i CusTOMrn What has become of voiir iu Blatant Barber Started for hlmnclf uo is urcu oi woraing oy mq uay i sup- Â¬ pose thought you paid him Customer so much a thousand words Life i IM i GoodPian What did your tailor charr for thnb ftuitl Nothing What uowdldthauhuppcn Ho didnt chartr K I paid him for lt - Dotrolt Frco Prcu Keep AmisT UX painted this picture ulr to the wolf Jrora tho door Dealer after Inspecting itj Weill hang It on th knobwhero tho wolf can bco it TiuBiu of work Thoso things wcro palhtcd by a blind painter What things Thoso blinds Itochcstcr Union and Advorti3or Motion in Hun Mind When ho worn abroad ho throw up lib ontlro bushiosB Gracious What a passage Life A 1 ABuNDPAiNTnu uAmostwonlcrMblt Dbnvkii Bcpt 10 My Journey from Chicago Was oyer tho Chicago nurllngton Quuicy Jtallrotul ono of tho beat man aged systems In tho country I should say judging by the civility of tho employes th comfort rexporlcnecd tho excellence- or it - Itato Field lu Denver 1 Li r l Pisos Curo is tho medicine to break up iur mo nei aicicncssaimoai always incident to a trans Atlantio trln with tlin hn childrens Coughs and Cohls Mrs M O falliblo stomachic Hostfcttcra Stomach Bit-Â¬ Blunt Spraguc Wash March 8 Oi ters If not expect to suffer without aid Tho Bitters is tho staunch frlond of all who Ok travel by sea or land emigrants tourists madeplain sound scuro lifes current coin la Young e commercial travelers marlnors It com- Â¬ pletely remedies nausea biliousness dyB Halls CKtiirrh Curo popsla rheumatic twinges and inactivity of 7 Is taken iatcrnally Prlco 75o tho kidneys -7 Steams Upl The Sroorlngn Cnst Off Malcstlcallv tho grciat ocean groy hound leaves the dock id steams down tlio river outward1 bound But taro vou mv dear sir - actually roached Donvcrahondotaimo The Burlington Kouto Is alno the best to Bt Paul Minneapolis Omaha iuid Kansas City no Tun greatest truths aro tho simplest nnd aro the greatest men Hare o o i No man was over so much in lovo that ho was unable to sleep on Sunday morning Texas Siftlugs Wnrnnono porson desires to bo heard ten are sutistlcd with boing seen Mllwau kco Journal No Mai uk dear It In not good form to wear bupgv trousers with a sack coat I I Mercury Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ -- E i I i tr IF RS m If Bi5 w I JiK adding the rennet In cheese making stir in tho coloring matter drat diluting it with wntor Wk would sny to an inquirer that an r 4 outfit for cheeso making for say 21 j if enws will cost from S80 to 90 Turc cow needs more care than any other animal on tho farm and she must have it or shenvill fail to pay a profit KxiKiiiBKQB has shown that wjion w milking tubes arc used the yield of milk is less than when tho milking In done by band Yek a cow makes an effort to get away from a man wbeneyor ho ap Â¬ thatsljo krjowtf 01- - 4 Wwl 1 1 tV L tMnlxtd pears you may bo sure IHMHW iMUrt UUOp UUU JO fcO of his bootxis aIart About ton days after spawning hoyVhard the too when one noticed spread over thu surface of the bed has It is been ata time thai milk from the om 2 to 3 inches of nice fresh loam teal milked that the second teat is the richest from then wait or your crop This J0teat the nest that Onm bogin to show a few weeks from the first th and jwr varying somewhat according to tho third the nextanc milk from f Vole 9 ttimporuturo last is poorest -- If ISKFOiiK Â¬ I Kotridof its greatest heat Isually it Is preferable to mix from one fourth Hfi bulk to equal its bulk with fresh Joamorgood garden soil Of course PUHielent material should be ready be Â¬ fore commencing to make the beds flie latter may be of ulnioat any size or shape desired but experience provos that to have them from 2 to feet wjfle and about 18 to 20 inches deep nmyvcrs thu best Where there is plenty of room it is a good plan to malco the beds more or less sloping at tile sides Ueds might also be made in old tubs or in casks sawed in two Uy adopting this latter plan the vessels could nfter boing lllled bo carried into tho cellars or other parts of dwelling houses whoro ono would Dot lileo to bring in the manure m Us rough form In forming the beds the manure und soil should ba packed firmly togotlicr layer by layer with a wallet or something similar A thor wometer should then bo placed at joraft contra point of tho bed its bulb helnj Uopt some throo or four inches bl6w the surface Tho probability Is tmt thy temperature In tho bod will sq for n few days and then begin to ower When it reaches about SO de grees the bed VJ5 ready to spawn MPftwncuu bo purchased I bricks of uHecdsmen to make a start with but when mushrpom cultttra is once com fenced plenty of spawn qnn be had t i tlmeif for planting new bads The pricks 6r plocea of oawn bIiqhUI b a vi hvil 1 Â¬ The difference in the cost is so small that in all cases it will prove economy to use nothing but the best and then i iO VNX2AfPTktJTl to take all reasonable care to keep 4 clean and pure Keep salt w here the cows can help themselves daily in or it Mary Muson in Boston Budget Stuffed Cabbage Take a firm der to maintain the best health and head of cabbage pour over boiling use only the purest and best salt in the dairy in order to maintain the best water let it stand fifteen minutes quality of product N J Shepherd in drain scald and let stand half an hour then drain and shake until dry Make Fanners Voice stuffing of two tnblespoonfuls of rice A CREAMERY a tablespoonful of chopped onion n CRANE tablespoon ful of chopped parsley half The IU hIuikt if tliti Dfiicc nils II a u pound of sausuge mixed well to- Â¬ StreiiKtli Suirr gether Open the cabbage to tho center A strength saver for the creamery Â¬ a half teaspoonful of the thit takes in several hundred cans of put in fold over two or three ofmixthe mil It dailv is worth having Here it ture MUSHROOMS leaves cover with a layer of the mixrough wooden crane that swings Â¬ pensable ingredient of which is hore a bg tin funnel out of the door w here ture fold over more leaves aud continue until each layer is tuffed Press manure und in a sternly tempi at lire the ans are usually lifted in It is in a Any place such as u cellar she swung again t a stationary timber and all irmly together tie salted piece of boiling doth put in a kettle of greenhouse pit space under green hookeit toil thus giving the teamster water and boil an hour and a half house ben chert etc where either a solid place to rest the neck of each the naturally or by the use of artlhiil can while emptying it it saves the When done remove in cloth carefully a deep dish and put the cabbage means a temperature of from Vi to cans from getting bruised also A stiff serve with cream sauce Scraps of ham degrees may be had will answer iron hoop is fastened to the top bar of or other meat can be used also cold Good drainage must be provided theciane and the funnel head stts in biscuit light bread crackers tho nchce a helf or serieu of shelves or it Where the funnel tube passes the crackers and butter make a good stuff- Â¬ benches may readily b employed to crane standard a strong leather strap ing seasoned with pepper dressed with make beds on Mrs M C Sparkman iu Farm ream Tho manure should not be allowed Field and Fireside to got saturated with rains but should Kck Old Hum Iuttlcs be kept fairly dry until it is ready to The ham and ogfr patty is a dainty form a bed and all the long straw or breakfast dish which is very easily Other litter should be shaken out of it prepared providing part of the work Jilnnurc can be used to grow them in X lias been dono tho day before Cut a Only by turning it over repeatedly to Â¬ M - N saline-keepin- g iprilities ieaches and Rice Ioil three tablespoonfnls of cleaned rice in one pint of milk with sugar to taste and flavor with vanilla Allow it to cool Meanwhile prepare a custard by boil Â¬ ing together one gill of milk and tho yolks of four eggs which mix into the rice Heat a gill of cream to a froth with a little sugar and just a pinch of gelatine dissolved in a spoonful of water Stir this lightly with the mixture lill a mold and set on ice Cut a few peaches in halves and simmer them iu sugar and water sirup for half an hour then drain and allow to cool Lustbj turn out the form of rice on to a plate and arrange the peaches around Â¬ Philadelphia Record He 1 do Sue Do your parents object llarlem Life NoMrSutcrIcannotmnrryyou Bho No Wollgct at tho truth Client Well you know what to do with it when you get at it Brooklyn Lifo IAWYnii m liberate invincible attachment to tho highest good G Spring Man is tho merriest tho most joyous of nil tho species of croation Abovo und bo low him all are souous Addison SiiF nnUL is tho result of a calm de K m at KNOWLEDGE Brings comfort and improvement nnd tends to personal enjoyment whoa rightly used Tho many who Jive boater than others nnd enjoy life more with loss expenditure by moro promptly adapting tho worlds best products to tho needs of physical boing will attest tho valuo to health of tho pure liquid laxative principles embraced in tho romedy Syrnp of Figs Its oxcollenco is duo to its presenting In tho form most acceptable nnd pleas ant to tho taste tho refreshing and truly boneficial properties of a perfect lnx hissof onboiua pessimist am cr walkin Washdenunciation obhis wifes oookiu ington Star EnuY man said Uncle Ebon datpridca Â¬ No man over did a designed injury to another but ut tho same time ho did a greater to himself Homo Â¬ Whkn cr man talks cr tromenjus sight bout whutagood fron ob yourn ho is said Uncle Ebon listen tcr im but doan trade hosscs wlf lm Washington Star Now Charles let us mako a list of your Ono moment doar uncle till I debts Fllcgondo have filled up your inkstaud Â¬ I i- - Blactter 1 1 HAvr nlaved tho fool the gross fool to believo the bosom of a friend would hold a secret miuo own could not contain Mas- - Â¬ singer nsUcd him Well what did papa say when you for my hand Jack Hogavo me the refusul of it Exchange Jiss Ennv cloud said Undo Ebon hab or silver liulif Do trouble am dat or heap ob men aiut got onorgy uulT tor hustlo an tuhn do cloud wrong sido out Washing ton Star l T jr slice inly CREAMKRV CRANK is passed over it and buttoned on to screen thus binding it firmly The milk flows into the weigli can instead of boing carried there nnd dumped into it Whon tho door is closed it is swung Orange Judd in from the weather l Farmer HINTS FOR DAIRYMEN Pitrc mimosa of cutting the curd In cheese making is to facilitate tho us cape of tho whey largo loaf of bread Cut out in circular forms with a patty cutter two TOP SNAP BUY CYCLPS BRSX IN TjtK WOULD nmAm PiaUl RAMl inches in diameter With a cutter two EittciUnnlb lld TuklL iMr Ut tlMviw or three sizes smaller cut down in tho ioitiui POWELL i CLEMENT CO center of these to within about a quar Â¬ W5S Wrrtaafl Vf J5rsTrfeLet i of an inch of tho bottom cut out ter i - i tivinimi iietects nfl i lUllAl it ivirnUUniiB jnutulu timinntlr theso center circles leaving tho circles Jolnukovlldnri Bond 5 cent forvinlcou of broad in the shape of patties of titlnlm WO tests Aunnls wantcil ovcrrwlmro JK OM CTVBaiTQ53AWStTiYea JNlANTtltltooniSl7WMoorlJldcIKOUUlLU V Dry these forms for ten jpV pastry t rvT xaowvsvtwvww owea minutes In tho olosot under the oven or in some placo whoro they will not TUB RISINO SUN got too crisp and fry them to a light 8T0VB PQLtSH la Best Coukd Bjrwp IMUisdood TJeojWJ cakes for general brown in a kettle of lard hot enough blocking of a stove When those sholls fkSMC to cook doughnuts THH SUN PASTQ are ready thoy may bo Ttscd any time POLISH Xoraciulclc A N 1572 after dinner flliine in twenty four hours if kept In a cool applied and pot W11KN WJtlTINU 5tp7rHCj place For breakfast sot the shells to l AIlVKUTlsrua PTKASK A cloth iihed vith w tto Adrcrllfciueat la tltt tulo that jou heat in the ovon while youproparo tho Morno llros lrops Cunton BIbhh USA pupcr Chop fino half a pound of interior lean boiled ham mix it with a little nico brown sauco or cream sauce whichever you prefer season it with a Fill the shapes pinch of cayenne If you have borrowed from Â¬ BH-4-4--f- 4 about two inches thick from a gfo to work in wrong way to cure a r the JIl JoSL L t wen St Jacobs Oil hAvcauvr0rt Sft EttHfttirt JLJl Hosts of people iggJLtrigy V- dispelling colds headaches and fevera and permanently curing constipation It has given satisfaction to millions and met with tho approval of tho medical profession because it nets on the Kid Â¬ neys Liver and Bowels without weak Â¬ ening them nnd it is perfectly frco from every objectionnblo substance Syrup of Figs is for salo by all drug- gists in COo and 1 bottles but it is man- Â¬ ufactured by tho California Fig Syrup Co only whoso name is printed on every package also the name Syrup of Figsi and being woll informed you will not accopt any substitute if offered i ntivo effectually cleansing tho system T iiiu HliIriiliTn a - 2 51 PSlW KiE borrowing from health - not getting that constant supply of fat from your food it should have you must pay back from somewhere allowing by way of experiment a lim and the somewhere will be ited number of messenger to use blcy from the fat stored up iri clctfi and they wU rocotvo an extra althe body io wauco of twelve shillings a month old fashioned ordinary bicycle The The sign of this borrowing is thinness j the result nerve wjliiiotbo allowed because says the postmaster wllh a fatherly solicitude waste You need fat to keep the blood in health unless you for the mesaangers they aro danger want to live with no reserve force live from hand to mouth ous nor tricycles because they aw messenger Scotts Emulsion of Cod liver Oil is more than a medicine Telegraph cumbrous bloyclea must not bo It is a food The Hypophosphites make it a nerve food too wishing to uso under fifteen uor ovor plnotocn years It comes as near perfection as good things ever come ntlm of age Postmasters must ascertain Â¬ Â¬ on each and serve them us hot as pos slble N Y Tribune Official Jltoycllsti hi France Gvollnir ovon mord popular lnIfrance than in England has just obtained recognition In the Drencn teiegrapn ho postmaster general is services with this mixturo lay a poached egg health to satisfy the demands of business if your blood is l iS A - whether parents or candidates havo nny objection to their ona ridlps- rLondon Now i wnrlrl ft V It lca 1 t Xnltm RxmlrtiHi liMHAU it liHii Hit H tktSt fittiSstiiVt SCOCT cc owneifF fi sgfM ur f mnltutmKmm if ft- m i 4 f n - j b t8 It it ft W l r vm j V u it V m1 V 7 J ft u v v-- N fW Vi y Vr Uv f v j j y i f f I A v I1 Hi r Pi W YOU WANtC A Jti rf - Vv tier the ftplemlid system mnintnincd by WHEN Auditor Norman arc neatness courtesy VAiil like to sea ono true anJ perfect in An Wliji never hllppeu iu IUijb ibruiuupig rlficieitcy nccuracy and n paSiiHtaklng care to guard the interests of Iho state race nnd to properly1 discharge every duty wfcrk hM nnn AOtardiifg- to tlfeplan Wfi go plainly mapped for fiUliitf eveiy caae incumbent upon the office With his su- Â¬ Tut una wIiom gentle Teojatopu never rnu perior corps of clerks his office could not Astray XM like to 5ook lu such K face bo othorwiso than in u first class condi- Â¬ And liotuagu 7 i iioiig fcljubllco tion and honestly conducted Louis s To JumiHii nature good us ll could he v Times Oct 20 seen good people underneath the sun WhoUld as well ns nuybody could SiC cheerful glad mid ultvnys full of fun And others sud and utmost goodygood J Jtut niHii or woinim not a single one Wlio always did ns they exactly should one have one fault and some of course another Thencarest perfect was my good old mother roox hdxah katdru WATCH ngssffissssssssafflffiaseg I lt i mil II Mill - m M 1 Jewelry linoJot me know Or anything in the nish yjSugoodBWorlh it J will fur- Â¬ the monoyj jnUl YOU whoro you tiflo ifc WlllllftVOOUAltANTUli at homo ctin I STOP tn An an n if 1A nnlliinrr tttrtm Jl fltti8tlluto In tho sudden htoppagocf you must lmvc somo 8timu lubacco Jnnt nnd in moat nil cases iho oficct of iho HlimuhuiL Uo it ophnn mor- nnmmu m ITS lNJUIlIOUSTOTQPfcUD DENIiymd donriiq Imposed u by uuyiiiK h jrcincuy i irt teifuifcs yOU Jve r r WAlflftfetotftr t wi JSm j xoop Rosnoctfnlly -- varui- - - TOBAO wn mammmMttSMMttSBOiXXWHVItM1IM9JKM 4 contracted vcfittable leaves n far worao hiibjt Ask your CURO It TI IE JEWELER RS 4 iV f L w K One at the church Ik nlwnyalo be fouflrij Iteady to speak the prulsds ofthc1 muster JIls woids with logic tealiully profound Ills object to avert a worlds disaster Yet In the business mirts he hustles round And has perhaps on nliiny homes a plaster Ills heart pulsating for jlltc joys of heaven Only exclushely one ditylnscvcH I see another equally duVbtit lint full of vanity abtost to scorning lie has eouie rlghteoushcss beyond a doubt Nor feufBtHeuwruttcsnrruetioti morning 5ut vanity lWcrtiuioyUy0 without And thinks joo much joffcersonal Adorn- - means so much more than you imagine serious and iatai diseases result from trifling ailments neglected Don t play with Nature s greatest gift health i- Poor Healt rown T3ZEL Morgan County Ky J Livery H PBEHATT Double and Single Itlgs and Snddlo Horses for hire Turtles convoycu to any point on reason Feed anil Sale Stable HAZEL GREEN KY It will notipv have to stop using tobacco with BACO GURO and your desirr for luliaccn will cense Ynr syBtcrij YOU WHEN to Sror will he as frco I from nltotlno as the day before ynu tonic your first chew i irnnrniilrn In nbfil llf nil nnrn tlm OramOKC nil inmiiau money r i Trice fel 00 per box or iCC0 Oi refunded boxes habit in all ItR forms or I ft u- ft xAMl 1ri aula Lu ill irvtMsu j v l K0 rtava treatment anu guaruiinx ii cum or will be nent bv mail upon receipt of price 8LJJD SIX TWO CPNtK K Hooldetsand proofs free STAMPS FOH SAMPLE 130X IS Ciohho Wl Kurihu Chonilpnl v DITk Co Ih purely You do ncit ll tint 1 v-- 1 1 i I - PkKlW rfV -1 able terms will also attend to all calls for auctioneering and solicit business of this kind itcsnectfully tc JOHN H PlEltATT s 2- - rl Â¬ Ayainst wfi Jch falling very much was said JJy ono who Imd not where to lay ltls head Man ii you are I eel ntr out of sorts weak and cencrallv ex hausted neivous liave no annetltc and cant Moik oegin at once tak- Â¬ ing the most rclla- incdlclticwliichls Browns Iron Bit ters A Jew hot- tics cure benefit comes from the ery first dose ft tvont tlain yeur item anu it s plcaiant to tkc Die sirciiKUientiiK I DINGFELDER WITH C W Onice of THE PIOXEEIl PRESS COMPANY XtlKV IIoiinick Sui t Himliiiil 4t ano Mfo Co La CIIOHSB WlH EcnBKA Chkmhai Dear Sirs 1 lmvc Iicpii a tohai pn fiend tor many Mars and turin the past f J two year- have smoked fifteen to twenty Itnrs reKUinnv every Hay M uholeN told mv iirvnns svRtem heentne uIFim tod until1miM plijsieiiinthe so me I niiiHt t v up hn I tiied called Keelt Cure1 use of toiiaeeo for tlm time being ut KoTo Hue and various other remedies but without success until I incident gl Three weeks ago today I conunenced using nllv learned of vottr Bnco Cnro preparntion and today 1 consider myself completely cured I am in por- - V voiir iect health nnd the horrible craving lor tobacco which every inveterate Mimker 1 I consider your Maeo Curo simply Hilly appreciates lias completely left me 5f V IIoiinick C M wonderful and can fully recommend it Youis very truly Iji 1 ii - JIll DRY HofiiiisouJortoua Importers and Jobbers of Oo Of Voo ii tfrWMj77AA yJXayA AS2JkSASs r V w - w w - ii miim tr ii in i fs y 7V Sjf mmmmmmmmwj r ir w VVYVtWWVMAAAA r rrr0vrwnJinn0fmwmmviiiimm hnicen blind ning frail and weak and hult and go astray fronj the begin Â¬ r Andprone to So GOODS AND HOTIOHS muh1io rfclsvqr hard to find Qjip ftIio lifts nhvaya struck n pace itters Dyspepsia Nos C37 539 and 541 Wirtt Main Strocl o a cs fJifi IjrfjK J IT M HAVEMS PKACT1CAI op e thats winning lieVery best uccortling to my ajlnd Arc subject to degrees of hatclul sinning And whdn fcnti goes Where grnco cannot re- s stare jTj Ill hot oondclmiVbul just feel sorry for - LOUISVILLE KY It Cures Kidney and Liver IH P l ewoler HAZKL Diamonds Mmnw IKK EX KY rjTtvg C7 JSJ 17 L H1UV T ty- - irfSPSCTOB GAItBNER a ftJESSLf lt T u - Constipation Bad Blood nervous auments a inmurui Womens complaints Get onlv the cenuine It ha cmtinA ml If lines on the wrapper All others aic suh- - l stltutes On receipt of two ac stamps uc P will send set of Ton Beautiful Worlds lS Fair VIew3 and book free BROVN CHEMICAL CO BALTIMORE MO TQCi GALLON T cJ MGlILtS es Fino Jewelry Watches o P P Manufacturing Jeweler Bronzes t Silverware c c Teatllios at to State Auflitor Luko d-d Nor- - cianriff01fice W I1ptVr nful oxttminor Juof -- Jls fjardper the atato in is in the city nrfWKlflnAi3 todtfypu jnutatopehd Sunday nt his J UDOK AMOS 1A WKbT LIIJLaiWY WITH 18 II Y giiia mwmmmmi WsmiHBwm ionm ifnisR simro 3Spocial attention nil kinds to 9 b- - wiml Machiiif rcpain d nt tho lowost figure o e lM w OponodHotho ptibliq ThojeIy wuVftfqjNoure Tliesbu6ineas methods of tho auditors y MANUFACTURED BY office arc too Well known tp require a denialpf uch charges They aro un KENTUCKY JEANS CLOTHING worthy of uoticq and nro itlnufacturec only1 homoUL Ulizabcthtowu Ho wns np BSoorn Co pointed by Governor Brown four years ago aod hte duty is to exjuniue closely MAHUFACTUREBS CL0THIN6 the wed to r4 office as well as all other 00 IVest Peiirl Street CINCINNATI public offices in lCeutttoky The trade of Kentucky merchants solicA reporter for the Times Bought Judge ited and satisfaction uuarnuteed Gardner itud asked what there was in thc charts mado against the Auditor dJHeciii whichit is alleged thoro is mis mariifgemfJnt and n necessity for mnkinc a chaiigoiwjjrdcrjthht tho books may be IF 80 WEUt ONLY Bettrnan - uMiUiUiauiuuiuumuu1 mw TitfrlPOf TIEIBr AVm A JtK mviPiJd d l KK 2J DEALER IN f HARD 1l QUEENSWARE Z TINWARE K5 And a Full Line of Agricultural Implements Mitchell Vagns THE LION BRAND GO Owcnshoro Araions McCorinick lintltMs nnd Mowers Arliitolt ys Solid Stool JJindors and Mowers je Repairs kept in stook for McCorinick AVhiteley and If J and circulated for campaign puriiosis LOUISVILLE KY The records of thisoffico have not tfiTJJvorv pair wnrrnnforl Jcen closed to the public to my peruana CdlitondSIItfrWattliM IUrrdet 4 knovielgQ slnco I have been inspector II 8 tfl iHl IritjtlM oasi and llitol Crl and trt chaifgo should bemade whiel Orgtn llinw Clilt r Mljl Feed MOIh iiih Urntrt I do ngtthinlcthe j0opohnvo any ide SilnrIi5Jnei AttornM fltM Xettles Voa Mllli i iii iu iiicr rrfti CoprHoott li vicniii Drill Umdllowi h of making iako my word for it tlte He lTtM BUndv tVtfe Mllli talhef Venders UampCkrti UwdKowrm 8erpeWlreIeii Hind UrU Forge Tom hhfllr publicans will not filul any crookedres Fannlnir UIV Wriejnrt KntlnM SWIblitd m B Champion Machinery ranger and Tiger Hay Rakes Avery and Malta Double Shovel Plows mmmmteM t he I il- - I M n fr to P Pb FiiA mcy mv gVtfwW B arATJPIN known to extsJt between the governor vain J js and auditor and itis supposed by some Co that access to the auditors books would WHOLESALEJDBY GOODS be denied you That is a mistaken notion eifijroly c NOTIONS A vnrianco does exist said the judge PORTSalOTJTH OHIO WITHIN YOUH REACH but that does not prcyenmo frtim- - per Â¬ forming my duty nor the auditor from affording mo full opportunity to dp it TEZI Not only has tho auditor not refused jmi HlL Vm PanaiaHauaiaM BWte JKaMIL JBk 3 -Mnd access to tho books of hiu oflico but 0 have had at all times tho prompt and ready assistance of any or all ther clerks of his office 1 can truthfully say that r no public oflico in Kontucdy has been raore thoroughly overhauled and rigidly A examined in detail in ovory department ttlinh this one reaching back beyond the cntlro timo of Maj Nonran In fact 1 vJiavo devoted about ono lmlf of tny tmo since April 1802 whon I wa appointed Itiopcotor by Gov Ilrown to au oxamilpaui of this oflico and though I have Ipid various ami nujncroiis ontsidp n wclLa ittsido offitjlal records from which t chqlc jngaist tho auditor ofllce I r Jwvo not djficoyeretl a single JnstailCo In vfith tiro btnto Jute been do- item frattdd out of a cent AntlnB been my unvarying rule to shioid io guiltyinati Pomooott onlta ubllcttn ydurmoy rost assured if nny F MAKE A SPECIALTY OF BUILDING FARM nnd ROAD VAGONS fraud hail bpeft discovered by nje in th Call and pet our prices e i ft Best Materia nnd Guarantee Satisfaction ofllpo I waufjjl promptly have reported it and when you need nnythinff ff the kind rIvo mo your order Pntronizo to the governor In addition to tho test Homo IVoplofgetonly Honoit Work and ho Happy vntimiiuMmmvnmttmmimm of bounty whfch 1 applied to this office ifiiitifi in fcj0 matter of public money received THE HOUSE SHOEING AND REPAIR DEPATMLNT WE d pifiH ovat to tlte treasurer I aPW employ only skilled lahor every man being in artist in hlu specialty and -- WtAth0ri8iyfti leadlug feature un your work i8re3pegfullyflolcitd e orfraudin that office flow doyou know this Judge in view of the Jnct thill ndlfTerpnce is Uij Grkln tilt BntMt Cron Kn llailtn Tcols Itantf blMk KlerkUr lUIlroad lJtform nnd Coaster BCAU3 how to wre Xont Bead for fre Otalonie nnd otUOAQO BOiLS CO OUmkoIU IBoJeCtrt fih Queensware at Out Throat Prices MANTELS OTD GRATES ii rnu- - tti jLim Best and Cheapest Stoves and Ranges on the Market - Cook1 ii BEED PEEBLES r c o ur frices T EVERYBODY j miners t1riena it i j North Maysvillo Street Mt Sterling Ky ll TdSrSlTC PKAOTIOAXr 7fcr -- BLACK SMITHSAND WAGON MAKERS Largest Stock j in IrXAEI eBBEN KJ3NTUOKT Dealer in General Merchandise on a Cash Basis LowestfBrices mn ti o iliWMl 621 fil ill Steva W Main Street LOUISVILLE cu sbu U9ii c j KY - Tinware Stoves Kanges Stove pjlpo Elbows Mantels G rates Holloware Outler c puna ior complete catalogue and prioe HB Solicits orders from merchants for i mmmm GARRMfiEand HaVoSfll lIMWtWIMlmi mmBwmaw -- t MMHmam f r T iMMii MB aimtmiiifrjiij jiW WW 8BARHESSEBIFfi SB W Tnriny anr to onlor voui WHfi- jrcJjsAaTtaWSK - JilBnia ono for f 78- j Jj Ko 1 1 1 1 Farm Harness Vor wZl X0A WHOLESALE PRICES 2521 3V084p Oumntced w w It ytVIfa of 15 ISiWfefSrK VJ CA IWMA Tl No 1D0 poaa vu- u- ffnnri gifflSl X t0 OS5Ti l7T5Kl A Kjrp JT ry MgCIN 1 HARNESS PtjliBInRleDoublniiiiifn W- - Tio wagon 8o tiMinj ffiyi imcnsssssra B FKATT ecretary BiWavh f tfl J Kit fp t U t BiM5piArs if3APrJj AWwi fit P n t fl C h 11 i 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