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WHEN IN TOWN.
Coolest ami most refreshing
of. drinks that win be found
in the city are dispensed
by up-t&. late and accommo
Gcnulic Ssraloja Water Kept on Tap.
Fho :e 3. Second St.
FOR WEAK MEN
Tho rreat French Remedy Is within ens?
Tcre'i of ev ,-rr Am' t lean. 1 1 nets powerfully
nndnnlrfr. A I.'cn V?i. Physically Perfect. It ths
mutt of CO days use cf XCENERO. Young men
will regain tluirbw-r r; ; li 1, and Old Hen
will recover tbrlr youthful vigor. It fits ono
for business, itmlv tm rria-c RECENER3
ii the creatert Keniao rrr fold h this country.
Can bo carried in vc-t voclct. By mall $1.C0
porb x, r sis fprC3.Cl tie chirrf ally r:funl
On rr.oney whero Mv boxes do not effect .1 euro.
Circulars free Address tao American oflico ot
BOROETiCX rOSICii CO.? aS&fetz
For gale by Perry & Thomas.
and Gene A
ADVICE AS TO PATENTABILITY
Notice in ' Inventive Ago "
Boole "How to obtain Patents"
Charget moderate. No fee till patent la secured. 1
E.C. SIGGERS, Patent Lawyer, WashlngtonTb. C
TO ANY EMtRCfc.N'CY
"irtW i4 v'ki ir ihI. Milllltl. it'
t- nwiice it, 1! im. lit-.--ir
ill the i:e 'IkIii ill .1 n i.i-i.
! ',.-.111-..t .1 iim(!i', rt linli'i
ii,.f.ttis, iii!tiit MiiiatHitit, u IkiIc
I, njf.lHii. or i-riH. tlmt f. ,1111
wh.it niny i '( ' lii whiii nv.-r
vi ir5.v whv. Iin. imc uf tin-
ttiic-t i-i-k of ntl wnjrmiH rnckti
whk ii.id ru''Ti;rt-tl l.iivrnfi in Kii-li-litontt.
JOHN UONGLSON, Prop'r.,
Kn in-kv Cnirinui' Works
W '""'V , ; ;"; &
- ' ' - ' -v - -
rtii tthi rvpi ft
; L.-'ia 1 bl u 1a tjun f m mr. 1 i-.r.v r lj i l.
3i mm y umsm & r?m$ .tea.
1 t 1
t nsit?rLitM -tt.s-C )riditionr-3'ou-may find that a
w'w iue is nefssary. Pave the w.ay to home
!i tpMim-.-s by gyrtlmg one of our
STOVES OR RANGES.
V-iv h:-thvx r oking, we ojin pletuse you.
I'r j.ir!r, ditiiiig' rutihr, or Jvitcheu we'havu
lit Irttfsl. . - . .. -' -v-
iliA T-MAKING APPARATUS.
Gnu if the Auon.v Radiator at our price
its certain ly-barg.tm talk that will make
yrni wnlk tttwiird our btore.
CATARRH CAN BE CURED.
MURDOCHS CATARRH CURE.
IT' GOES TO EVERY JART.
s-m j -- --.,.. - i i.Kj-nnTOren;ni rornjatarin.llaithls
S,0SIpr-n "if huadreiis of nostrums hxrFbcen offercd'lo a suffdrine public, and the health of
tliouTaliM have been completely ruined by tiMugtusui, these various compounds oiunlnc tho
worst furm ot Dyapepula. Sprays aud ointments are also wortliIess.a8 it is impossible to reach
the saeeted parts m thU niannrr. vW.kvu
.dura )CtZ' i Citarrii oTira is a noWand sclent IBcarcpara? -iand Iru'li smoked In
s.plp,tnerehvtheftme8inilsnikcK'nxorLTtlie:iire'.ysteiu atfectifrt 1y the dlsvase It
il.e.e instaatfy the worst ionm of Asthm. Ut.ui,&ls. Vfaj ierr. Uolds In the Head an, alt
trms if t.mrrh. no m .tter wbU i.hjr. and c irei wocru treilnwnt i. conllniied for reasonable'
truir,. No matl-r how tittle vou are altsctr I: ilnn'i. ,i,,Ijv !r.,ii,i rnin..t. ,:
simple colds. I.tkeall.r.cw and raluutile preparations juu will Qnd others saylus theirs arp iatJ
Mswl llewsreof im1tatiJn,s they are arprthls." . 5 g , ''TM
AV'rV 05J.Y ASK A Tltm, TVtON
Acts gently on the
Cleanses the System
Buy THE GEHVINt-MAMTO Dy
rot tAu evMi envt&cr rmu sot rtt temt.
Compel 3011 to trade with us
when you give us a trial.
The ladies cannot be decei ed
by catclry phrases nor
bombastic claims. All
we have to say is, we buy
in the best markets of
the world," select the la
test goods, and when you
buy you know you have
the latest, up-to-date
goods. Is that what jou
want? If so, trade with
i DR. CALDWELL'S Bl
' CURES INDIGESTION. 81
Digests what you eat;
Katuro in strengthening and recon
structing the exhausted digestive or
gans. It is the latest discovered digest
ant and tonic. No other preparation
can approach it in efficiency. It in
stantly relieves and permanently cures
Dyspepsia, Indigestion, Heartburn,
Flatulence, Sour Stomach, Nausea,
Prepared by E.C. De Witt a Co, Chicago.
For ale bj feiry & .Thomas.
- VJLXOE , 7&neJ to aKV address niv..
BILL SCHOOLER'S CYLINDER PRESS.
Contributed by Tom Jlynam to Mallet and
'Scliooer & Sclioolcr.- rubljsliers."
were the nnmesnt tln niasthead.of the
MoreliCBil (Ky.) Atlvancfl for Msveral
years. W.UC hciiooier was i-mtor ami
Mrs. W. F. Schooler city tnlltor. A
glano Ht tho files of the Advance
shows many tain 8 of country iounial
ism. An aiticJe'That Cylinder Press."
was in epireil ly callers asking why he
did not get a cylinder press. 31r.
Sshoolt-r, wlio ldnow an employe of the
Government Piintins Olllce, replied:
'The publisher of a country paper has
a michtv siuht of tilings to content!.
with in the ordinary course of .alTait
hut when he is handicapped by the
vicissitudes incident to a prehistoric
press of the( li. Franklin vintage the
acme of trained patiencu is reached and
the printer is liable to say and do things
then that apparently border on the
boundary line of rationality and insan
ity. When tliK jtUderihikq and dinR-ness-dangness
of the ancient machine
becomes obstreperous because of uu
duo pressure fiom tnrrounding elec
trical influence and contrary flip flops
of tho back-number curiosity, the edi
tor's job like philosophy flees, and a
volubility of new-coined expletives
rent large vacuums in the immediate
atmosphere. 1 For several weeks we
have been pestered to the" verge of un
aceountability by persons rsking us why
we don't purchase a highspeed cylin
der press. Why don't we? Why don't
we build the new court house and raalre
it a gift to the count n? Why.don't we
monopolize the timber trade of this
and adjoining counties-? . "Why don't
we purchase all the wholesale and re
tail ebtablishments in the city and in
stitute a mammoth metropolitan bazar
of ifargains? Why don't we oust the
Vanderbilts from the control of the C.
and O. railroad and assume supreme
direction of that corporation? Why
don't wo secretly organize the moon
shine interests of Kentvcky into a
compact whole and 'bust' the whisky
trust? Why don't we hipnotize the
powers that be and have the State capi-
tol removed from Frankfort to ilore
head? Why don't we mesmerize sev
eral hunred debtors of the Advance in
to paying their dues? Yah! Why
don't wo buck the Morgan syndicate
and maintain the government's finan
cial equilibrium by loaning it a part of
our immet.se gold reserve? Oh, of
course, fellow-citizens, why don't we
just rise up and raise h 1 on $1.37."
The following, published later, indi
cates that he prospered and got the
"When we wrote the above, which
was published in the Advance March
25, I89G, there were times in our jour
nalistic journey when we were driven
to tho conclusion that running a news
paper in the mountainous regions of
Kentucky was nearly on a parallel with
peddling peanuts, in a grax'eyard. Uutj
we did not despair of better times to
come. 'Hope sees a star and listening
love can hear the rattle of our new
Ti.at Tli robbing Ilrailarlie
Whould quickly leave you, if you
used Dr. King's New Lifel'ills. Thous
ands of enlTerers have proved their
matchless merit for Sick and Nervous
Headaches. They made purebloodnnd
strong nerves and build upyourhealthH
Easy to take. Try them. Only 25 cents.
Money hack if not cured. Sold by
Perry Sc Thomap, Druggist. 1
A STICKY STORY.
"It is strange how a man acquired a
niekjnninp," said the bass.liarof Urubli
Oe"k, after a brief sileuce'atid those
I recent had enjvd a hfartjjlaiigh
over his ice ami mint cave whici nns
put up in tile hills he s.iM, c!oe 1 y
Niche Holer's im.oii-rJiiue slid. "Now
there is Jim lieiiuett. known as laugh
ing Jim Miybo yu don't know how
ho got that name 1 lmo ki.owu I m
fr-ini a boy up 10 a 1 .v and up until I e
is twenty-live he w;is neCr k on to
lauuh." M.tiiy pranks airl' triiks Were
periorinc'l by ilio o her bon in his
pieenc) to provoke Jim to Jaugiu but
lie wjw nlviiijs ns grave looking as h
pieacher ami nothing we could do
im Id even bring a smile to his conn
t iiaiieit. I'uiiilly Jim In .k to fox. limit
iu; and got him a pat-k of hounds
There never was a great supply of dog
feed at Jim's and the dogs weie alwayt-
.iiu.gry, or looked so, and wereeiei
niueiling around for t-oiuething to eat
at home or at anyone's uhe huuse.
"It i$ about ten years hack shon
Jim and his do- went to old man Tim
-Mullin's. IJis hounds weie Kutfllhig
around f.r rastaway victualsaud oucol
Uie.u wandered in a side room and evi
dently si-i-nt';.! siTmi thii gthut he want
ed iu a banel that was i-htiog 111 t e
room. Mi. .Mtillius had lillud this b 11
rel about Indf ful: of Mirgtim molasses.
One end was out and -Mr. Mullins had
laded to euvor it The dog, by boiuo
means, goL into (he banel and after
eating all the mobiles lie could huld,
cotno out covered from head to tail
with molasses. The rest of the pack
sprang at 1 lie one that had been in the
uarrel as if lie had bein poundcake
pitched to them, and began to lick and
bite'the molasses from Hie hound; one
dogj-dClitin ,y lliettir and twot)ther
oy each iur and negau to gnaw liitn up
in a inauuer that brought lurlh piteous
'OSVES STREPKlTrf TO THE
I I J M I
niltLfrtf wv wTstsr . I - .
Skk Wemtfl Advised to Seek
Advice of Mrs. Pinkham.
LETTIL -TO III, rlKUAK IfO. 94jl
"I hiid Inflammation and fallbag'
of the wOmb, ,and inflammation of
o varies, and' was in great pain. J toolc
medicine prescribed by a physician,
but itdld mpo good. At last I heart!
of Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Com
pound, and after using it faithfully I
Tim-thankful to say lam a well women.
I would, advise-olLsuffering women to
seek advice of lira. Pinkham." ilea.
G. H. Ciiatpeix, Giiast Pabk, I IX.
' For several years my tealth wan
miserable. I suffered tho most dread
iol.pains, and was almost on thevergp
of insanity. I consulted one of the
best physicians in New York, and lie
pronounced my disease a fibroid tumor,
advising' an operation without delay,
saying that it was my only chance for
life. Other doctors prescribed strong'
and violent medicine, and one said I
was incurable, another told, me my
only salvation was galvanic batteries,
which I tried, but nothing relieved me.
Ono day 4t friend called and begged mo
to try Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable
Compound. I began its use and took
several bottles. From the very first
bottle there was a wonderful change,
for the better. The tumor has disap
peared entirely and my old spirits havai
returned. I heartily recommend your
medicine to alL-suffering-women."
Mbs. Yah Cleft, 416 Satodees Ave.,
Jeesey Crrr Heights. N. J.
yelps. Jim rushed out with old man
Mullins in close pursuit, to 6ee what
the trouble waa and to separate the
dogs, when thero was Ins favorito ,dog
literally covered with molasses and
tho other dogs licking and chewing
him from head lo'foot. Tfie sight was
so rcdicnlous - that Jim,' for the first
timo iu ids life, began to laugh and
continued to laugh notwithstanding
his favorito dog was being eaten alive
right before bini.
' Old man Mullins is enraged at tho
at the loss of a halt barrel of molasses
and let in on tho whole pack With a
club and thereby saved trio life of the
offender, but he -was minus .two ears
and a tail when the feast was over. Jim
is still Ianghing over the tholasses
BORN 'EM ALL.
MAYSVILLE SERVED THE FIEND COLEMAN
The burning alivo of the fiend, Cole
man, at Maysville, last. ''Wednesday
week, was precisely.the righf thing, and
the onlv regret that any decent citizen
need have; is that tho brute could not
have been tortured ten times as long
before his vile soul was sent to perdi
Mob law is tho only law" that ilts
6uch a crime as his. The -law permits
nothing more -than the ..cranking of
such -a creatoress meek. Ho is to be
iminlstered to bya.clergyman, have his
picture printed in tho newspapers, be
given a new, black suit, pampered with
delicacies during his last days, stuffed
with ham and eggs for .his'last meal,
led to the scaffold singing; 6ongs of do-,
liverance, while his spiritual adviser
makes him believe that angel's are
hovering around him to bear his spirit
to heaven; -and thus with reporters to
chronicle his last words and soldiers to
protect him as he plays the heroin the
final drama, the law is vindicated.
Human law does not "contemplate
Mailed free for 12 Hon heads cot from
Lion Coffee wrappers and a 2 -cent stamp.
An unusually fine picture, from the brush
of tho noted German artist. Gahrltt Max.
It is founded on Chamijso'i poem, "The
Lion's Bride." Ther story 1$ interesting,
and we send with nch picture a hand
some folder, containing copy of the poem
and telling all about It. Size, l&x2t inches.
" Dorothy and Her Friends."
For 3 fii k4s
and a 2c staafi.
A bright, cheery
with her chick
ens and hcrrabbits.
colon are rich reos
tnd greens. Size,
Tat 10 lion hriAt
and a-ccnt aunm -f-wm
maU It tnni,
4 Used in Millions of Homes! jlftfc Best Coffee for the Money!
Accept no substitute I SXeMfc Try lion coffee and you will never use
Mj Insist on LION COFFEE, in 1 lb. pkgs. JMf, Hl a (her' . lt ! .abs?,utIy Pure dL
H JMr ( W rJb Coffee and nothing but Coffee.
T2j cse alclenailccl FREtTi'ii jSm0 f1"!!181" Alarm Clock.
r Daisy Neck-Pin. jf''' BMHi Sent by express, prcrII, for 80 Hon heads and
-r ium I STRENGTH, PURIH AMD FLAVORj ESml'gg"'"- E-
v For 1 8 lion heads and r. ,. . . . , - (Zfti
m ; ., , ,a.2f?.t,,tat?P-, Tha Stylish Beit-Buckle. Box of Colored Crayons. Ladies' Scissors. CwP
EJ Illustration Is only tw-Wjlrds actualize, , , A X
Color a delicate pink, with. Jewel setting ftorfwfii. 55SlfP?ir . A 1 -i For 10 Hon heads v UfK
ftyuS wid d?S!l cuamelSnislS wim'i Jrtt tampl
nTki l t..l. D.jjn llui!3 lthecenteiv " jellied with out- SSa 1.J1 . ,T
" l ne Lion's tsride. jhis win tc l'ne ptctuns or c y
J r-at; iMigrn1wTT in i Jrelcamcd for "drcsscd-np" dccaslons by fSlsSlSjjij?' co' Eft-cfl . v
. 2 IS II ITfflf lKI H colored tashes. The RoW-fluish goes well tWBtf , wlthstrongrui;r, T ,. . . . , , r5
"VJ M 11 IU rx-HSiFrM with any o( them. Given tot 20 Hon iijiSrS to prevent break- , ""n.l?Te Inches, suItaWe for cnttlnr. C
'fl ' H fcH bead and a 2ent stamp. Ing. Cllven far lj'llon'heads aid stain p'
S Lift aSHS ofogSnj tfT
- '.1L1L. ' - - f - waracaoa; '''' TMmT.c ' i niff t rn aa a 2-cent
, " -V wenolc .ciX have bought
such crimes iy- Oolopmn's, qndjiuman
law p.rovifcoiio pttnlslsmentCfDr such
fiend 'ns t'olman. tln.'er the Mosaic
lajv tlie-ipvct ot kind was the thvenger?-;
i.: . .,i;t. I
uuu iun:iii&i. tu uvciiu wu oilier. limit
ed by.tbo Vightof asylum iu lhui"cities
of refuge." Modern st.cipty mako laws
that substitute .pHbJie. justice forjiri
the duty of-tho t itizens to Hibmit to
uie tan?., jitic wiien hurli a tnmo r.s
Co'ematjV 'is committed, tho'Wturor
righUpf th'ene.t of kin to the farthest'
stranger jri the world, Is revived ard
the vvritton law it inat tivo for it tloes
It ought tii b. res giiitlljy wjcjefyj
and worso'.jf liurian. ingenuity can dc
vise'it"nc w; terrorsIutU' lo' t ho . portion'
of every uch otfentlor- ua (Jiileman.-
A 1 -t , - t ...
v.nt,iv main Jinngmg ougpt to be
serydJiirjimyhody, black or Avhite,
p tblfis-ofiJgUl or private citizen, who
uttempts 0 intorforo with heforeliand
or toMiiqiilre into b'ueli- latching ther,e-
'afterv.-The Frc.e JVe cpiijjr'atpla'trSs.'L
the 'cltizcjis of 3Iaysville on their
burning of--'Gploman Trf)uis,viIIo iFteo
Press:':-' ' " i C V' " V
'-' SpaIUVOret?srKeiM!r -r-rr-;
Mr. R. P. Olivia, of Barcelona, Spain,
spends his winters at Alke'ti,"" (J. Weak
nerves had caused severe rutins' J n the
back of his head. On'ttsing KJectric
Bitters, America'sgreatest Blood and
Nerve Remedy, all pain soon left liim.
He says, this grand medicine is what
4 his country jieeds. All America knows
that It cures liver and kidney trouble,
purifies the blood, tones up the stom
ach, strengthens the nerves, puts Vim,
vigor and new life into every mucle,
nerve aud organ of the body. Ifjieakf
hred periling you need if. Every bop
tlo guaranteed, only 50 ceuts. jSuTdJby
Perry & Thonias, Druggist. "T.
Tlireo Men on Four Wheels is
Jerome .K. Jerome's rather eccentric
title tor the series of humorous stories
which he has just' completed for The
Saturday Evening Post, of Philadel
phia, Everyone who lias -read Three
pMcn- in a Boat and who-has not?
will tvish to follow the. misadventures
of Mr.:Jeronie and his. companions, on
their tour through Germany astride a
tandem aud a safety. Mr. Jemoe's wit
is no less keen, nor his humor less
kindly, than when he scored his first.
great literary sitccessHen years ago..
The first story of Mr. Jerome's series
will appear in the Post of January 6. It
has been superbly illustrated in half
tone by Mr. Harrison Fisher.
Mrs. R- Churchill, Berliu, Vt., says,
"Our baby was. covered' with running
sores. DeWitt'a Witch Hazel ' Salve
cured lie r." A 'specific for. piles, and
skin diseases. Beware of worthless
counterfeits. Terry Thomas.
Tho mounted . polico of Capo Colony
are picked' men, used to fighting and
are proud of the high reputation- of
their corpse. Tho force consists of 2,-
000 men. , -" " "
The Queen & Crescent is the shortest
lino South. . . . 20de.c4t
The Kentucky Legislature convenes
early in January. My! my! the fun
they will have.. A contest and a United
States Senator both on their hands.
Sire. 16x21 1 Inches. Given for & lion
nesdsand a 2-cent map.
50-Foot Clothes Line.
Given for is
Hon heads and
Vado of closely
uc acicutea pyyoujrom
OPTMfiLKW COFFEE PHMIU,HS. Asslssr
1 fmV 5S3 ag i Fill
ICaSja i:,7cnr't,ull81 I tracthortrtarcsbCBeath.lhti3offbreilnir I -"8""l"ec'.aBiraiioiioiv.Erounil. 'Ms
I ) r,Jmda2-cent I "Joyincnt, as well as instractionto the I ..
The Kational Republican convention
wiU meet in Philadelphia Juno .10, 1000.--
The date and place for the National
Democratic convention-, have -yet to be
'solectetl. . . '.'-',-
DeWitts Little Early
tho blood, eTean Uie Tit
tho system. Famous little pills fur
constipation-aud liver troubles. Terry
A well-known specialist on ear dis
eases has made the announcement
that half tho deafness prevalent at the
Rres6nt time can be traced to the prac
tice of boxing the ears of children.
" Senator Lfridsay has introduced a
bill in the Senate to- increase the per.-sion-of
Mexican war veterans from $8
to S30 a month. ', "7 ' -'
-ThcJfiuee"n & Crescent only fh rough
Pullman Hue to tlori.hu ' 20lec4t
JyhrHt comes 'tj a choicc.of profes
sions" fife day I.diorer'can ""always 'take
Snecultitlon mnv sou ml more refined
than gutbIiiig4)ut a fellffw loself jti'st
CIeanline.sOnHv.vlionext to godH-
issrbnt irtST?es f8!sbfadveftising
Hylcr's fiyspepsci.i TablctsJ-pleaNiut.
"easytrrtake"r miTt!j;ivorp(5nnaii eii tr to'
lief. SO .days treatment. $1, Mailed
on receipt of price.
,;''" ; MuitoocK Conn Co.,
novSaiy. . . Atlanta, Gai
When 'ycd" are betting" on a sure
thing always "hold. out enough to pay
your carfare home.
(The nncientH believed the world was
square; but that was before liorse-rae-ing.
was invented. v
J. B. Clark, Peoria. 111., says, "Sur
geons wanted to operate 6n uie for piles,
but I cured theiu with Dewitt's Witch
Hazel Salve " It is infallible, for piles
and skin disease. Bewaro of counter
feits. Perry & Thomas:'
. Music may have charms to soothe
the savage but it's thepopularairs that
gives him the tired feeling.
When! a liian can go into a pawn
sliop wjthont a quickening of the pulse',
or ahaightening of color, it's a Sure
sign that ho has-been there before.
- The Quean eVCrescent only through
car line to Ashcville. 20dec4t
There are two places in a newspaper
where a man is .superstitious about
having his name appear: The obituary
column nutl the' police court record.
Enjoyment awaits the Renius who
will perfect a system that will enable
a man to dodge trolley-cars and credi
tors. ' "I was nearly dead with dyppppsia,
tried doctors, visited mineral springs,
and grew worse, I used Kodol's
Dyspepsia Cure. That cured me." It
digests what yon eat. Cures' indiges
tion, ' Hour' -stomach, - heart burns and
all-form'sof dyspepsia. Perry &Thomas.
Wiseman "If a- pretty girl kissed
you, what Would you do?"
, Verdant Green-"Kiss her back, of
course." . ,. ..-
Wiseman "You arc yet youthful; I
should choose hcr-face
The Qdedn & Crescont only 24 hours
to New Orlears. 20dec4t '
trace the pictures beneath, thniBtrardinff
enjoyment, as well as instruction to the
hand and eye. These drawln boots and
the box of crayons go very well together.
There are six different kinds, and. each
drawl mr book requires 6 Hon heads and a
Naval Box Kite.
Set it Fly I
kite now so
folded, but . -cau
a mf older
s4sp, 9 Kvs
sl certain portion biaie
otir new t'remium Lists I
iWteil writing for errilnn aMd'vaar MAm'w .tL. - .j -
A Rubber Tire Factory Here.
Mr. S. L. MldkilT has installed the
first and only plant in the county for
the construction and repair of rubber
tires for vehicles, and is turning out
factory work at less than factory prices.
We examined his work and found it
equal to any in service. He will be
pleased to exhibit his own factory work
and quote prices. He puts rubber tires
on old wheels and the life of the
vehicle is prolonged so that twice their
cost is saved, not to mention the com
fort derived. oct25-tf
uaiiy, by mail, $o year.
Daily and Sunday, by mail S8 a year.
THE SUNDAY SUN
Is the greatest Sunday News
paper in the World.
Price 5c a copy.
By mail, 52 a year.
" NEW YORK, N. Y.
Giyea for 3s Hon heads and n 2-cent
stamp. A flitiojj razor, made of best
English steel, and extra hollow-ground.
Rubber Dressing Comb.
t F",'8," '' a4 2-cmt tM.
Uiyrth. 7 inches, full also and weight.
Mivio of genuine, India rubber., finely
finished.. Appropriate for a IsdleTdros-ing-case
or for use in the household.
Similar to "Iar
cht" which has
been played in cist
ern countries sliifc'
before the dawn of
history. The lllus
tratinn shows plan
of the game, with
and dim-furs ao-
and 4 2-cwK i(
artkie'toc . X ,
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A BOON TO MANKIND!
DR TABLET'S BUCfCEY!
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A New Discovery for the Certain Cure of INTERNAL anc
EXTERNAL PILES, WITHOUT PAIN.
CURES WHERE ALL OTHERS HAVE FAILED.
Tubes, by Mail, 75 cents; bottles, 50 Cents.
JAMS F. BALLARD, Sole Proprietor, - - 310 North Main Sfrest, ST. LOUIS, M3.
For sale by PERRY & THOMAS, Druff?ists. J"-
1 fWFI I ISM IIIHI lil i il Hill
i aangtY'i msssz e-i tmp
Pittsburg Central Stock Yards
EAST LIBERTY, PA.
OFFER SUPERIOR ADVANTAGES TO "SHIPPERS.
Yards have been enlarged and rearranged.
It is the nearest point to the Eastern market.
Best Distributing Point East of Indianapolis for Halt i-
more, "Washington, Philadelphia, New York and ;i'
Good buyers always in attendance for export cattle and a
Other kinds of stock.
Consignments for Commission firms given gromptattenti"ii.
PSIVATB HOUSE SALES EVEEY "WEEKDAY.
Simon O'Donnell, General Manager.
Madison Monumental Works.
JAMES T. HAMILTON, Pjropkietok.
Monuments, Tombs, Headstones, Statnary and Foreign and
American Marble and Granite.
FINE WORK A SPECIALTY.
Thosn who arc coiitenitilatinir liitvin!? Mnrhln. Hr.-mili. or nnv l:in,l .,i
Cemetery Work, will find it to thoir interest to call at tlio ohl stinnl In thi r, .n
of the M. K. Church on Irvine Street;
a iarp sioen 01 nmsiiwi work to Polort from, at pneos to ptttt all clasMs .,i
ItuyerR W. C. (iOUOHJJlt. one of the-hest. wnrkn.en hi fVi.fi:,!
Kentiifky, is in chnrjre of our estahlislnnent nml IIiIr means Ml.ifctrv -i L
in every phifc. Parties li vitiir at a dislam e slionhl wrilo to ns for iffs'frn-,
which will bo furnished on application.
SJF YOUR PATRONAGE SOLICITED.-Q
DouWe Hesvkr with Tea Kettle Attachment.
. - nbinv Allilbllilicui.
insures its dnrabllity.
Deflector ring between heavy ribbed
casing, forclog the intene heat from
floor where rncst required.
irpacstnronf;ti re(rlteni In heavily gusrtlcd fretl door Into perforstnl . S
trim- w t around top ot heavy arepot. then Into fire. Mixing theilr wit:. JbrJi
K thI W3y Produces perfect combustion and a xreat Saving of fuel. Tr-C
T frrInsaloprotect bottomof radlatorfrom direct action of flre and S
-W' 'noovcvirmotTiBeenB that way, hctti riistribuled to altparts ot room and
f ppeninganbeutllUedasja tea kcttlo' -atttebnicrjt in addition to griddle
rtfr' " ".JSiRE cOntoollwd to a degree
J-o '"'"f-DpftS'gnJatora on Feed and Ash Pit Doors arc valve seated,
Srf fitted until ahsolucly air tight and Warranted to remahr.soi Thev are.
- - .mnilTIPfl nt llHIVV. nnft niMnrr vnn
Kv w('Sla,B .cr'?w iB Q.odv, prenemtog brcakagi; n
Who wiil Miad fo iow yoMbls stove as well as a full like orother fatal-
tr and coovstaves. t(Mf ti?. - -r-
SEsSHsrarnJPII F. TURF
where they will fiiKl-eonstiintly on hnml
PARLOR, FUItJf AOE
flre pot and radfaldr extends to outer
lower section of Stove down to the
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- ckaew'itH tMMeMhMf H nswe Own 15 Mmi li'iKiZtt,
WQOLSOM SP&e OGZ Toledo. Oh.
S0elpt of pricH. " ' . -1 f
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