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HORSES AM) HOUSEMEN.
BliASCHWOOD, LALLA ASDERSOS
ANDZF.1.LA R.. AT At'CA FA HM.
Melee rr_m Ua\*TeMe~ t^-Amo. lt. Gentry
Taken Weat T.ndlaa Jr. Raine BlNajg
?alba Road i-'mimn ? iVIncliaeier.
William Hass ia g.vlng 10 or 12 head of
trotteia and pacers slow work over the
halfmile ti., k at Ac<a Farm. He has
a like num!>? r In hts Changs to be w in?
tered, the m.. ?. \ ? : winn Will :."' bs
har. 'i till spring. Kass ., a
good care label ' ' '"' amount of ex?
ertion is too much for him where the
health and coir.forl of lu* he ?-> s mm
concerned. Knvc oilt to his s .uk i)uai
t?-rs at pretty little Acea Fatm during
any nm- afternoon m. i you ate more
than apt to imd congenial spirits looking
our the gorses Among th SSS in the
traln1r.it stable ure t |., .stallion Wil?
lis. 2 Ul 34. hy .: iv Bil I ? un Mild May.
by Lump*. Thia bans was oul of shape
dunric the pas! aSgJOB, hut Kass will
winter him i artfully and hopes to have
him right for fast woik lg ll
The liown -tallian i a tdoB, I'M SA (4),
t>\ f f. Clay, 1:1*, dam Springtime, by
ll.miM, ionian. .'.'<?'?. i? locking ?
and hearty. He is mach faster than
ld* record ladtoete. and whee right
can show a two twenty < liji
Bram bwood, I B, pacing, hay gelding
ttl. by Woodburn HamMetoalan, dam
/illa IK :' ll, brown mare r,?, by W'nod
fcurn HambJetonlan, dam untraced.
Midway, baj gelding <?'<?. by Bourbon
k ni, dam Bells Davis, i,y Country
w alb man
Fttpy, bay gelding fl), by Chichi
: Mstnbrlno King. Bay fil?
ly ci, by \ : .in bj Woodburn Ham
ii >wn ? i fl), by Quartermaster, IM
1-4. dam ''
The bay mare Lal! i Ai li on, 1 B 1-4.
by Woodburn Hambleton ian, dam by
tren'l Hampton, is running ont
padd->. k and looks rugged and hearty.
TniriT.g the i our ?? of ph aa int < hal wi;!-,
Mr. vi. T. Cox, a lea dayl since I learn
? ta it lils k .- , doing well, nf 1
a ningle r i*.- of slcki i ' mg them.
Mr. <'o\ is the Junloi memb?r of the flrtt
rt Co* A: Biol her, ol the Hun Ired Ri ck
Karin "ii th James River m CheSI
ty, aici does ihe training and driv?
ing foi the ?? tabilsl ?
The trio of (mm Stallions rue vigorous
and healthy. rivy ere Phalanx, by
1'haiia.-, 1:11 S-i ,1am by Volunteer; Judge
fox. by Phalanx, dam Kate Messenger,
i ? seigal <'iiief, an J I mk" of Nor?
folk. fu!l brothi t- to Pn .quisle, -' IO l I,
by Norfolk, out <f Msmbrlno, by Mam
'Ph. brood mares, eleven in number,
w?re all hil i tins seaeon aad an in
foal. Mambrine, the dam 'if Preequlslc,
ls by Mambrino King, a:.,I was bred to
Jud;'e Cox. The nw -t highly prised mem?
ber of the brood mare band is Kate Mes?
senger, a breera eleven vars nhl. hy Mes?
senger Chief, dam Mollie Lumher (dam
of Mellie wilkes, mo), by Lumber, sun
nf Briccaoa. Her three-year-old son.
Judge COS, got a rac record of 2:30 1-2
this season, and trotted trials well un
d?- tiSB, 1'rir.ce COX, a hay colt, one
year old. and full brother to Jud2c COX,
tror.ej a half In 1 1?>, and next season il
he keeps right, will hear 2:25. Tom King,
a hay colt, om >e,?r old, tv Phalanx,
out of Jitrtnbrine could trot helter than
2 4.'. and do it nicely and with age is
likely to make a (hal horse.
A hay col:, one year old hy Phalanx,
?mt of Brennan's daughter Winnifred,
dam of Angelas Ki. Z3S1-2, is also re
*:??' '? ?:>? promising and much
l,,,p. i? centered In h's future.
Virgie, a Kay Illy, two years old, by
Phalanx, out of Virginia Harkaway, by
Harkaway, trotted a irlal in rjni-4, and
with age sha ls looked upon as a SUM
candidate for turf hotels.
Itlaa Walker, a hay lil I v- two yeal "1
by Phalanx, oul of Virginia Giri, by
Hetael'a Ha nibletonian, showed an
SB-Is in -' ?", and is bred f"f a < ai"
) > ? r Phelans has demonstrated his
nt>llity to .sire ,-arly sj,eel and there I*
no reason to doubt hut that his sons
and daughter will make campalgnei
There are over forty lund ol trotting
bred horses at Th.- Hundred Farm, .ind
next heason Mr. Cox expects tn ride fast
over thc half-mile farm tnpk behind
youngsters of his own lu ce,in,g.
Mr. II. B. Bradley, Manchester, ls using
fm- road and pleasure purposes, a bay
marc, four yeera old. by Norfolk, oul ot
,N.ii,aline, by Sam Purdy. Thia mi:.- i
high stang and Ben 'US, bul no road is
loo long for h-r. .May Handy, b) Eg
vood, j ll I-.1, out of Nanultne, ls owned
In Liverpool, where she ls considered very
promising, at' i tbs Norfolk mare would
tint I un with train!) ?
in addition to others, Mr. Bradley owns
a daughter of Pauqukcr, .<<n "i Hetzers
Hambletonlan, that baa a hay Illly by
Willis, 2..11:1-1. son d' .lay Bird.
Am,dig other residents of thc city on
thc south .-Ide of th, .1 inc |, who fancy
good horses ara Mi B C Broaddua, who
has a number of well bred nins in bis
hie, among them a couple of two-year
old hines, i.oth hy Prince Belmont, ml
?,f mir?s b) Piloi Belmont, son of Wood?
ford pilot, i a i >.
Whitby Mani, a chestnut marc by Nor?
folk, OUt of Mattie C., hy Black Killin
Allen, foal to Bgwood. 1:111-2, though
a , beatnul colt one year <? i<l hy Bgwo id,
1:111-1, out ot Kipsy Wilkes, liv Voung
Jim, second dam Kell,- I'lay, hy Ameri?
can Clay, li probably the pick of thc lot.
Mr. L, H. Clements own* i number of
? ? I voung man I and gel,Hims by su ? l
sires as Money Hunter, 2:261-4, Wood?
burn Ilanihletonian, Allmambr.no, and
M, is. Vader e. Brother hiv, ni Bul k
IK',1 I arin, a COUplS of nil I tht.- \ ? ll -
old lillies by Woodburn Hamblel
and a cheetnul coll by Bgwood, 1 1114
Kr. Themas P Mathew-, who bas own
ad gMUB) gOOd horses during yeats past,
drives a lune, rangy, handsome bay
gel lng called Critic, by Kevington
Wilkes, dam by Balsora, that can pull
weir ht and H'> fuel
Ur. William K. Mathews has a >,,u K.iy
get.ling of ut traced breeding thal no
amount of work seems to worry. Taken
righi om of a doctor's heavy phaeton
and bitched IO i road "art this hoi
trot a guarter In fl or 13 sa ands
Kr l,,?i,: ?? Ingrain uses a chestnut
mare by Brennen, thoroughbred son of
Orion, In ii- practice thai can draw ?
road wagon a three minute clip ard do
lt handily. Kr. Ingram owns a rangy,
handsome chestnut gelding, two yeai - old
t.y Norfolk ism. "f Miss Nelson. 2:12fr.),
out of tin- male that gives promise
of making un elegant road howe.
Driven together tbS pair make a clever
I ? leam, that neither puller shy and
aide to road ll miles an hour with ease.
Mr A. w Bennett, of thia city, ls
driving the etalllon To Kill B, ,1r., on the
road uni caa h d'! his ewn with ths beal
of them here. The brown son of Odin
Hell and Kate Plight hy Kelhawk, I ii
of Bed Rye, by Booton, t- noa fourteen
yean M but well preserved and vigor?
ous. He has two trotters te his credit
that have made themselves stan lard by
performance In ihe brawn mare mi*s
Thompson, I Pl %, a hose dam Prtn
?was s laughter of Hetael'a Hambleton
lan, and the hay mare Nellie K Mi. Ml
1 l that had for a dam Nellie
w .o.t. daughter of Romney, tbcr
eughbred son of Curies ly Rev
gnus HIS I ? 'ti. '"laiKle
Mi linette, ont af h mare of uim
breeding also i;<>t a tour-year-old race
record of I di thin Mason
Toodle*. Jr., had opportunities very
Basiled Indeed la the stud bul enjoys
the dletlacejon noi ceded tty few inri-s, viz ;
Tlmt of having -i t"iir-year-old com
nie:., e the toasoa wiih a nuuk outside
the limit of Standard speed, and go into
winter quarters With a record under 220,
earn sd In * itu heat race, which she
A better stans of mares win bs sent
to Toodle*. Jr.. after this and his list of
fast performers will enlarge ?? the
years ro by
Mr. E. Mcllenry has tsken John R. Uen
try, 208l-t, west and will winter the fa?
mous son of Ashland Wilkes, In Califor?
Ur. Lt, Banks Bolt, of Graham. N. C.,
i I HMM for his champion of sll pee?
ing Mullions and refers to bim with
lib nitwit he b?a never feen the hand
Fuini, Kay bu: om e and that was at Lex?
ington, Ky. in October laat.
Mr, ll C Maddux, Marshall, Pasjq-fMr
county. Va., lo a breeder of ttorOngh
bred borSM and * well-known turfman
BeSO, IK raaMei Bl Marshall Stock Karin
ar I ! iv on the place a number of colts
and fillies of h..s own breeding by differ
Mr Mud.lux has 12 or If, well bred
brood maree repre '-tu.mr virtous sirains
Of Mood ?nd all of them w ire |
the spring lo Bric, s->n of imke ..f Magen?
ta, ?<? I Imp Second Hand, by Stockwell
The mastfr of Marshall Parra, cam
palgrx a atable of runners el. ?
an i.i been gulle Bucceeof.il fer ?av* 'i
The nor' prominent mrmbe of the ita?
lie thi season wm the ekes nut mare
Gippy, HV0 ye.ir- old, by Conney, dani ly
Tel. machti ? ia won i nomi er ? I
Hie chestnut BUllion Hotnney I*
Bllvi nnd I d lt) " '
?ti of Mr. I. 1*. Stroll! r. Wlnchi
\ ,, i;,,:,,., . M ,- kepi in rc for ? number
of yann by the late Job i B. Davis.
Th (ugh air etly thorn ighbred his gel all
?ho-a ? '"' action and ma le lina
harm ta hoi While In the j
<,, Ml Dst be '?? ba (.Md to adi
? ' Kossuth, r.nd the produce b bay
(Illy, was afterwards mated with Toodles,
Jr., and the n iuM of the union also a
bay SHy now known as Nelly c., thal
during the season Ju earned a
twi i ri of - 141-4, and proved her
s-'.f a ki-ir." consistent campaigner
-?. 's i Bled in ITO and ore! by
V T. K. e. W. K. Davis, of West
Virginia, who own* l bia dam Koli, by
Boston. Jr., and bre i her t" )?
of K. fr:
Mr. Algernon Dalngerfield, the head "t
affairs r.t Dalngerfield Stock Farm, the
j home of Omar Pasha by Sultan, and
ether trotters at Culpeper, Vs . b is Just
returned from a three weeks visit to
thc Blue Grass region of Kentucky, He
wai the gUMt of his father, Captain
Foxhall A Dalngerfield, late of Virginia,
who ls row msnsger of the great breed?
ing establiahmenl at Lexington, of which
Messrs. J. R. and I-', iv Keene, *-re tbe
pBrprletors. Mr. Dalngerfield has the
following to say in tin- last issue .,r The
s luthern Planter:
?'The passage of the Constltutlor.aJ
Amendment, ?r Anti-Pool Kau, by an
overwhelming majority in New york, has
probably a more .: bearing on
the great boise brei ling centre of Ken?
tucky than "ii Htiy section of the United
sta'.s. "i'd,- penalty for bookmaking
or any f.,rm of betting will be de<
by th? ii.xt Legislature, and tbe
hopi i see is, that Kat body of men wm
make ti.e penalty a merely nominal "i ?
but. nt b.st. things ]o..k at pu-?nt jut?
"I <b> not sec just what th.- trouble ie
or where the blaine, int there ls some?
thing constitutionally wron.: where ll i
posolble fm* a majority >,f the people ol
any section to render almost worthless
the property, amounting to many mil?
lions nf dollars, of other people. That
the citizens or th.- great Empire Btate
should have done this must have been
through thoughtlessness, probably Igno?
rantly. This ian will be a fad winn we
consider that only about ore-tenth >.'
the cltlMna "i Ni w York ?ity nre the
race-going public, or even know- that
racing is going on. It may bo possible
io move ra. ing i>> another State, bul
Where'" Chicago and New Vork are the
only two cities that .an support radi
real vanni:. New .]< r*...y (von! do. Jus!
here, my friends, is ;, chance to I
many 'lullars into dear old Vlrglr.lo. I
don't mean to bring the blacklegs ami
riff-raff of Cuttenbun,- and GlOUCi
to Virginia, but hom . <>.i ruclng
?stake ra.es euch ai -\-- ill eec ure audi
.stables as iii,. Belmont, the Keenes, S.
A. Drown. Lorrilard, etc., etc. This
has already been begun at st. Asaph'*
by th.- Virginia Jockey Club. Now lei
the enterprising mai .? i i Inaugurate
Makes, handh ups, etc
The following lil.'.-bis this ex.
Hun opinions: Mr. c. i. Enright, owner
and proprietor "f Rlmendorr, la rather
bim-, and sus h.- don't know Just whal
io do; fem a it means a big loas; roi
' fe- cause, lu- m . ms to blan.ni ? n
hers cf tb'- rai ini, fraternity and some
. > the big Association). and - n - ihey
were making i"" much money, and -uh it
should have been a pla< ?? and meani ol
recreation and pleasure gol to be a mo?
nopoly and simply a money-making
scheme tint in th- intel a! of l '.-? "8j ??! i
H. l". Headley, proprletoi .?: Heaumont
Stud, says: "Well. I don't know what
i.? say; ^u.'ss I ?.ni raise wheat " Arty
cents a bush.-K" but Ins friends aa) he
is ag il man tn tab" a Ki lot ie;
Mr. Rogers, tralnei and manager for
"Millionaire" Sam Brown, Bayi
but linkes for ihe best from I
lat ure; h.. an I Mr. Knrlghi him,-- a
Hie cause, and Mr. Rodgei \ I " \m jint
from New fork, says the trouble ls,
many people did nol know what they
were voting on. He rises up in ri| hteous
Indignation against man] ol the men
whom I.naldera prune k,. tm, In the
m.iy.-tm nt. .lust here, I \si11 add, Mr.
i: the L. st judge of a bonn I i var
Mr. Milton Young, at far-famed Mc
Gratblana, takes a mos' philosophical
view of the matter -"Whal can't be
cured inns! tn- endured" -bul add 'We
arc all In .met the same boat With the
trotting men;" nnd Mr. Young I
mo * foi lunate tempera mi nt rn the
Mi T. .1 Carson. Of DU I, I
"1 don't know what < an b cl me, but I
am not disheartened; l nm still a buyer
for the ri^ht sort."
n i 'lay looks on t
of everything; there ls -om'tb:;..
biK b.iu a soldier and used to all kinds
Major Thomas d ? Io be
? pei lally blue; v ?; . n lUgh so at li est
to ki ? i- him from being as Jovial
1 don t Hunk be thinks li poi il le '
well-grown ?.it or Olly b) bl pet, Him
>.ii. not to bi Ing a smart pi li i
Major 1 | . for J. K.
a F. !'? Keene, deeply regret! the pas
of tiiis amendment, which must
af! ?*. rn taly the Intercata "f
his ? mployera.
Now. I du not tn- ? ? it bet?
ting In right, but I lo say thai
Mutual Pool ticket la t.Imllar to a
Make rac- or n ai.n "' '
vestment for mi i ? draw thc Un
difference, and 1 can but recall the Quo?
? Kl 'rn- for sins you ; rc Inclined to,
Kv damning those you have no mind
? ben I hear so many condemn, as strong
ly M the) dO, thc oporl of racing and
iv- i nt ions.
Captain Hancock has pieced the Mr
vice fee of Kolus, al BOO for tb..- ac ison
of ix?.*., without return priniege while
hla stud companion. Imported I '
stands at half thal sum with the prlvt
? returning mares that fall to
provo In foal. Bolus was foaled In ItBL
bit i- well preMrved and vigorous. The
aged monarch of Ellerslie stud has a
; -lay Of ' Bl <? horses lo bk
as a sire, Including such great perform?
ers as Bole, Boilst, St. Saviour. Knight
of Ellerslie (aire ol Henry of Navarre)
Burua, Eolian, Blkwood, Hon, Diablo,
Russell, Morello and ethers. Not only
are his inmediate progency performers
of high calibre, but his 'ors are proving
aucceesful in the stud and bis daughters
an- producing race hons
Mr u. c. Broaddua, Manchester, Va.,
bas sold to Mr. W. S. Taylor, same city,
the bay filly Tbalatta, Ot), \<\ Pi rn ?
Belmont, dam Sea Gull, by Pilot Bot*
Mr. John \V. Sale has sold to Dr.
Butler Broadd IB, of caroline county, the
bay stallion Brecknock, by Abbottsford,
fiji l-l. dam by Onward, iM 1-4.
Major A. W . Gerber la Ming lor road
and pl.as'.iie purposes Itu- ba) two-year
old, by Bgwood, I ll 1-". oul "f Jenny
Kn. 1. dam of Holcomb, I'Jff, Thi COU
lg SiXteOB hands high and good gaited.
S.i e o! Valuable ' t?"W.
Mr. Shelby T. Harrison, of Lexington.
Ky., whoa* consignment of trottlng-bred
horses to the Ohamblln ft Carter sale
hare In Ootober laat, attracted so much
attention, has concluded to hold a spe
Ctal saleof high ?la.ss Kentucky-bred road
and saddle huies at Danville, Va. on
Friday. December Hst Among the gems
to he found in the lot ls M. K... a year?
ling eon of that great sire of money-win
eera, wilton, record im.m. M. B's dam
ii Bdna wilkes, a daughter of Bad
wilkes, with a record of I BI -. sad
the dam of (loll lin. 2.71-4. Kdna ls
herself out of the double producer Of
. lard speed Molly, a daughter Of BL
Kimo. I'JM. A road mate of ran merit is
Chance, that .n^i sp-, I I MO clip and
does not pull or shy. This mar" Will
prove a prize, beesons she la fas', and
. too, so gentle and kind. Mina Ko?
gan, a two-year-old daughter "f Ogd
i .?.-. | I i .. ? :' of Mlaa Tllton, by Del?
mont, ls handeome and highly finished.
bred righi for tb road track or Mud.
1 Prince, s premium Kern ncky Bad?
die horse, goes all the gall nd ls a
superior roadster 'hat 'an trot i lose to
three minutes. Coon Hollow, r
erb fli h, coes wlthou
? i ' ind a mile in 2:11 la not I ?
i.-. Thi se arc hui S ;
the I offering* till! Will go to
t i,hi<ier al this .-ale. Others
are ',, be had among them equally as
U 'I bred and promising, sa ld''rs. road
! pll as ire horses, Kia* m iii at?
tract ih ? al ten tlon ?,f cril rers.
Just twenty bead will !"? sold In this
sal,-, and no r -serve on them either, .-.n
i .-????? | !. . ? st bl Ider. For fui thi r In?
formation ami welby
T Harblsoi , Lexington, Ky.
JIIR 7 KW fl VOC TOR.
Ile Warn* Son Ag_jji?i Iatampernnee ami
Tl-,e superintendent of n hospita] fur
children at Berne, Switzerland, bas
found by careful ol thal only
4G p' r cenl, of i;s<-,i
Intoxicating liquors habitually, had
cor-lltutio wi ? hi per cent, of the
i hlldren of ten ri nts li ci sound
bo Iles. Of the i Iii: lr< ,i of Ini brlates,
only | pi r , i tit. wi re healthy. Th
startling and should be ? iffli lenl to n ake
"the judy good fellows" call a hi lt. Jual
Imagine "visiting youl sins upon the
and foui lh cen ratloi
The drinker ls nol only ruining him?
self, bul in :?? paving the w ly of d
for h:s postei n\. I- itely i rim
' nd the law a ire no4 atrli
? ? ough so f.u ?. i regard Ihi drm leard.
The wrltci i nol by any means a pro
hlbltlonlet, bul he la hearl and soul for
t- mm i i ?" ' md an; will wash
t',1 foul blot In socli ty h i
hearty good will. Borne words of Heeli?
er are \ erj appropriate hen "Ii
hard that when a man doe * ,,,: .
chlldn - hould be pul u
ii i ir latabSe In lination to do w rong; ll
seems hard thal when ? i drinks
spirituous liquors his i hil In n ai i * -?. 11
dren's children ahould find themselves
urged by a burning thirst, which they
, an hardly wlthetai Indul?
gence In Intoxicating drinks;
hard that diseases should bi transmitted,
.md thal i man ha violated l ne
laws of health iiK children should be
Bickly snd short-lived tl look
li ird so long as we look at them oi I
one aide; l nt what a poa
? -ii ??:;?? i c\,-ty man feels, 'i
Maid nol for i ell bul for the
whole line of mj posterity, to the third
WHY I ; Ol '.1 ld cone DUI
rtecenl ns proi e tl
from rupture of the ihen
hardly a ? rmptom of dc ctlvi
whli not tracial
dillon "f the nose and thi
"The ui?? "f smelling salts la ?
omm ?! ? ? causi ol leafni
by weaki nins ' he nei ves of m<
uh them the auditoi i ? All
strong or pungi nt odoi ahould he avoid?
ed as 1 i Ible ? p- i
n hlch a -i upi--.
i tu- popular i ipri >
? nmk-- the no ?? run.' "
CAM "l THE RI I
hat any I
I , will,
d iring hla morning al lui
In ad, mouth, teeth and body,
treatmi nt. Ai
require lt, because ll
unclean!) I which la
Aft, i- th, pi : foi tu in ?? Of tli" ? ll
abovi. ? mptj the ba -in ond then relll
ii with pure cold a ti"- whole
'inn the wat- i
aeverai llmi n be li
after a K".'- 11 lals.
The ma uni i , i m hli h a ?
iry; bul th
the ia e Insures gentlcm
'rn,- rei iii ol thia me h
i, ikei it.-' ii kn v- n immi di it< ly,
? KASSI IOU '.MM W.B.
ii iel ini lc -'? ai Heh ? tention
has been given i" tl
But il. ic: havi
been so o be a
duty unperformed to pasa ii
i me fi 'i-i i >m b \
wai .-ii i k- n w Ith |di|,i:t, i i and hi r
i ? ? e n I to '' ? ? count rs un t ll she had
? was t-horo ighlj dis?
infect ed 1 il lo wed
to rel -ti" pel dog waa t
teri In 11 e gent ral cleai lng up, and In
five days afti ri I girl had return?
ed he was taken sick and died. Case num?
ber two wa thal
1, ol nursed a i hi,-k-'n thal rn
m.;- from the "rupe." Wnhm
n d d 1 ed s
f imlly was healthy and lived In a h
i : I ulindi' i Ol
An) number ol i as< -? ould be Iti I. bul
hould be Dr. J.
Smith, an emlni ni spei alla! In
are ai cumula ling i tba
? : lin animal.-, a
itlmea communli ated from thi
i?? m. Pl n proven ? ?
rn my ! i ? i for ex
mtal pun ??
. wss or urn TH.
ri ihe fresh air >i ty and ni -'.t. "i lb,
if you kti'-v.- what vye In the air!"
I ibundantly. Bleep la
? 'a henedli
??Wink like a man, bul don't i,.- word?
ed to death "
Avoid passion and ?
mena'a anger may i? |
\ iodate with tieaiti.y pi iple
ls contagious as well i
Don't carrs the wi ? world on
shoulders, far less the universe,
,\i i r ?!? ;i r. "L I hops - i fatal
KA MT AS.
Chvtstaaaa BelMay Kata*.
The Atlantic Coast Line wlU sen from
Kn hmond round-trip holl lay ticket
four cents per mile one way for round
trip. Tickets on sale to the general
public Di ember 15th to 25th and rn
cern ber !*7th to January 1st, Inclusive,
with final limit January 3, IW_. j-or
further Information apply ai Bli hmond
Transfer Company, Ol cast Minn st
ll. K. Owen, Tl t, l tuon | ??
or C. B. CAMPBELL, Agent.
Ilednei-U Ita.* for I'hrlitmii ?n.l N?n
The H. and O. R. B. Ko announces that
excund >n tickets will be sold between
all stations on Its lines east of the Ohio
river during christmas and New-Year
holidays, al reduced rates, for all trains
December 2Sd, 'i-A. -Uh. _5th. _'.?th, suth.
Mst, and January 1. IBta, valid foi re
turn passage until January .'!. UDQ, n.
We will Invest money for parties hav?
ing money to lend on real estate or on
THE FINANCE TRADING COMPANY.
Wake up In the morning and see a col?
lection of Queer People. It will pay you
The Times' ad. will give you further en?
lightenment on this Interesting subjtct
J CST OVKK THK BIVBB.
A VALUABLB BOBBE STOLES FEOM
A OBBBTEBFIELD MAS.
To lt. I-*" tha ("?i.l?tai?Ki-ctmnonci Tolent
at Leader Hali- Many liit*T?-?t ng
Serin nrm lo-day -l"i-r?onal.
M?V' ii? it rn Bcaxsn BlOHOSO Times, \
idi Hi i.i Bi n r. B ? ru Bi*o a, I
General lian ls manifested here
over the action of thi Mai
coon ii k, id .-. night, In n
low the layti Hull street
as pr. ;??
paay. I ? ?
? nil nt and ..
over here and he a tun of the Council
was uanlmous'y against the work.
Friday night % ] aging to Mr.
P. c. Tempi ld, waa stolen
an ! (.-inn i off. ;.-.
by the .1 . ? ? ? the animal,
Mrs Kl ?
and Ernesi hmond, will
' al tbe dramatl ? tertali
Hall "ii 1
ty la bli d ti
i: K. Rob
? ore a large
\ . ?., ?iii
bo fi. Leader Hall
th the I dlowlng
nd III ? mme:
Mis- .\. Hie ' I). Miss
Knur... i. I Mamie
Pitt and I
?The 'i - ' ilnment
will be for I
efftirch, ind I will
t' 1 ci
!:? . J. T. Do- tor of All
railroad bi ai
Han .\ at
0 ckx ?
"Hov.- to Tl ?? :. "- Ife." will le thi
if Rev. L
pim ? nted 1
v. v both morn?
ing and i i Mi thodlst
. burch to-day. 'J Christ an Kn?
the Chrlsl ty at 'i
Rev. Mr. H I, ol
ireh, will .
on the '
bail the Son
T. J. Mat : ill , P. J. 1
and Willi,mi I.
i lecture al
Mr. i t\
1 un,:,, i ot <?! I
I af I.' '
i pira - v it irma
I K' -\'I! iKN'.'K I
? . Ul lo
.'id '-a- '
Many h.H - Ol tie it?
till it is
? i ' -. . I :
? ' :
and si. ind then
b" il ne
time to timi
That Tired Feeling
'"1 cheerfully amioiace the tacts of BeoUTM
of treatment wttb Hood's Bsrsaparilla. ' waa
troubled with a dui'
beadachoand (hal tired
feeling. I am erm toys 1
? st. Louis & *-an
Francisco Railway and
was oul in all Winda of
k^W L\ '/ ttoattm. I bogga to tana
v-ai ?*-? ? Hood's Sarsaparilla, aad
after taking six botttMl
aj le lr perfectly well and
bad I .:?' "I appetite.
Hood'i BanapsriHali a
t,Te.it blood punflrr and
I gladly recommend lt."
C. E. 1 iiibbtts. Monett,
Hr. C. K. Ill,',, ii*
Be -ure U> jet ll "oil's .-ind utily Ilood'l, because
Hood's Pills are the best family eathartto
aduvsr medlclaa. liaxmleii, reliable, mit.
ON MONDAY AND TUESDAY.
ON MONDAY MORNING IN OUR
A BANNER WILL BE FLUNG
TO THE BREEZE
BEARING THI:. SPECIAL PRICE
ft _____ AttBtM ______DT*?__-___ _______ aaaaak
THAI'S ONLY ONE PART OF
THE STORY AND STANDING
ALONE, WOULD MEAN BUT LITTLE
HERE'S THE OTHER PART:
AT THIS SPECIAL PRICE
WE INTEND TO GIVE YOU CHOiC: FOR TWO DAYS OF OUR
There are some 1.500 Suits from which to select. They come in
London and Imperial Sack, round and square cut, Recent Cutaways,
bound and stitched. Our range of sizes being complete, we can tit you
perfectly. You'll find these suits high grade in quality, finely -hushed,
and equal in ali respects to a custom suit at $25.
1009 E, MAIN ST, OPP. POST-OFFICE, J, JACOBUS. PPOPfflETOR,
Oil SlOtl jj jj OPES BOT EtEWIH Ililli OHIsUli Till 9 P, M.,
ITS ENOUGH TO MAKE A FROG LAUGH!
HERE THEY ARE! SCAT!! LOOK AT 'EM!!!
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