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Digital page images are linked to the text file. - - -- - v TS r - Jf -- 1 jsj The Owner znd Editor 4 TT Z17T xlA T31E HERAUt I 3STOISY -- JTj I jT I iEWs lTVT I II Al30t 1886 it ON 1A 100 TT A YEAH tPEfcCEB COOPER or A WORLD WITH FROM AUL Always in Advance VOLUME THE REASON Wky II WHY HAZEL GREEN WOLFE COUNTY KY WEDNESDAY JULY 7 ent spring in other words the door is iiiestie They have the sane habits OLD MOUNT ETNA so ballasted that it is self closing Hie however that are refiprkaile enough under side of the trap d or is now cov- Â¬ The lonu tail ends in a shng that i Destruction Wrought by Various Eruptions rf This Treacherous Volcano ered with layer after layer of silk so comparable to the mandible of its that it is convex forming a silken pad cousin the spider and is pierced with a The celebrated volcano of Mount tube from which poison flows from a duct Beside this tho scorpion has two crab like claws and thus armed is a match for the largest crickets To show the power of its poison in some experi- Â¬ ments recently tried I found a 4ly was paralyzed almost instantly As 6oon as the sting entered a vital part the limbs began to quiver draw up and the victim was dead Crickets lasted longer bin the sting was soon fatal Tho scorpion is often a night worker and in attack seizes the cricket or other insect in its powerful claws and if its struggles are not too great tears it apart and devours it If tho victim attempts to escape tho long slender tail is lifted over the back and with a vicious jerk the deadly sting is hurled into the body of the unfortunate Among the many fables told of the scorpion that of its committing suicide are perhaps the most familiar When surrounded by fire the insect has been seen to sting itself but the action was in reality no more with suicidal intent than would be that of a man when tearing his hair in agony More remarkable than this alleged suicide is the method by which the young scor-Â¬ Soon after birth pions are reared the latter mount upon the legs claws and body of the parent and some ride for about time gradually feeding upon it so that bv the time they are capable of taking care of themselves tho author of their being has succumbed to their cannibalis- Â¬ tic appetite and is a mere empty shell One of the most dreaded iuseets of this country is the centipede its enor- Â¬ mous jaws seemingly innumerable legs and powerful muscular development making it a creature to be avoided They are found under logs and stone3 and attiin a length of four inches Quite recently one lias boon discovered that after being exposed to the light of the sun gave out a brilliant light in the dark the light emitting secretion curiously enough coming off upon the hands of tho finder ban Francisco Â¬ Â¬ NUMBER PUTTING AIRB 19 TiSUg FLGWEfi PARTIES PITH AND POINT e Trrkl so fair to day wi3r4 1 feel nMttbe and ray As hrffMfee tfere I Jck y way Â¬ rvegotaaewspriBggatt JostteeartkeeawMsper I declare 9Wb jft a sew spring salt See how the mes as tbey pass by Xok ataH wkt 4mlriag eye ae To ay rivals J defy la Bay br aaa sew sprtag salt Way Je aty Imefeitfs face so plum TM MU yea war bat keep ltianra- aext weekwiu Ms MktafcBtmy gprlBg gait ooise The fem for o94-tye- lWeHI awet e Oh say J If yea ee MoIHe West to day Jaet tU feer is a oalet way -- Aslrefey nrKkjaaaryair See few Urn etfeer women stare 5 T ata aw irtas writ SerrftfeJbraZ IHE XES fey A OF SPIDERS Naturalist Hbita of the Tarantula as Noted StlkeaHee -- Underground Ferocity or the Ifwect Tigers as Displayed la lsejr Parsalt of Prey Its Sftesty the Hawk LT allow a tarantula to walk over a person during the intense heat of Summer would be productive of fatal results The truth is that in certain cases the bite proves fatal just as people have been killed by the bite of a wasp the fright and nervous shock acting together to produce such a deadly result The ma- Â¬ jority of small birds mammals and rep- Â¬ tiles often succumb to the poison The great spider does much of its foraging at night attacking the mole cricket mice and various insects that suit its palate In some experiments tried with a mouse and tarantula this being the popular name in this section both being placed in a box together the former showed immediately its distress and ter- Â¬ ror Either bitter experience or instinct warned it that the hideous creature was a mortal enemy remained perfectly spider The quiet but the unfortunate quadruped lost its head and dartd over the hairy insect whereupon a fierce struggle was commenced Their movements could be followed but in less than three min- Â¬ utes the spider was torn in pieces by the little animal that a few minutes later dropped upon its side gasped and died The tarantula has few enemies of the Some insectivor- Â¬ large as the birds ous butcher bird would probably attack it but its enemies may practically be confined to a large insect called the tarantula hawk that seems to be the only insect that knows the open sesame of tho big spider The latter when returning to its trap at full speed can lift tho lid and slide in so delicately that its disappear- Â¬ ance appears almost miraculous It would seem as though the hawk watched this performance as it finds the trap with comparative ease lifts the silk door and darts in overpowering the spider and killing or paralyzing it In the body it deposits its eggs The latter in time hatch the 3oung tarantula hawks feeding upon the body that had formed their birth place Thus the hawk not only destroys the great spider but con- Â¬ verts its body into a storehouse for its eggs and the trap for a home for the coming brood who perhaps have got their first suggestions as to tarantula hunting This method of providing for the future young is found among a large garnisbng number oflthis tribe and when it is re- Â¬ Evervmoveof the Clcniza cialij ornica para that many as the farge trap door spider is called in membered victims of them onlyon ice hze their putting them the the construction of its nest is seem Â¬ as were so that they will sleep until ingly instigated by wisdom The selec Â¬ theitegg that have been deposited in the tion of locality is in adobe ground that body are hatched it will be considered is as hard as a stone in dry weather and the methods of building their traps can most remarkable finds one wily victim not tyit excite the admiration of the ob- Â¬ The tarantula that it only captures by piecemeal and server Their operations can best be watched at night but sometimes during that by accident The little brown the day When the site is chosen the lizard that frequents the clearings is worker begins to loosen the earth with its sometimes caught napping and before mandibles irrying it away If the it can escape the huge spider is upon it ground is hard the work is alow but by and seizes the slender tail confident auoving in a circle a cavern or well as perhaps of a dinner But nature has the lizard with method of large as a large thimble will be pro Â¬ provided The first crunch ofa the mandi Â¬ escape duced m an hour and in a day a pit three or four inches deep and an inch in ble into the delicate- skin and the tail is diameter will be dug This accom Â¬ completely whisked off the cunning plished the silk department of the in Â¬ lizard darting away and leaving the dry squirming caudal sect is brought into play and tho hindbutAt times the bodyextremity be Â¬ of the lizard arc attached repeat-Â¬ spinnerets is seized when the victim soon ceases edly to the sides of the wall until the in Â¬ his struggles probably quickly over-Â¬ terior surface is covered with a wall paper of the finest silk perfectly water Â¬ come by the virulent poison It would seem a difficult feat to tame tight Generally the door is made a tarantula yet they are susceptible to Â¬ next but sometimes before In formand will recognize ing it the threads are passed across kind treatmentone that feeds them their and a platform is con- Â¬ owners or the the opening until more or less sustaining crawl over his arm without offering to structed X power Upon this the spider heaps bits dine thereupon A green spider that I of adobe dirt or other material work Â¬ have had upon my desk until within a its that ing and binding it together with silk few days being was remarkable for the the exact tint of mimicry until it has a thickness of an eighth of which it lived an inch The silken threads are put on stems of the flowerit upon from my hand was so tame that fed bv a rotary motion of the spiders body Finally the tipper portion is sprinkled taking fles as I provided them Scorpions that 1 have been familiar with powdered adobe so that the cover of the surrounding with in Florida and the tropics in is the exact color nound and as it has been made to lit j wood exclusively and under board piles the orifice or opening of the well perÂ¬ here burrow like crickets though not fectly it is water tight The door has so deep and are almost invariably been perhaps attached to the sides at found under rocks and sometimes in several points These are all severed damp places The Southern California oae which is now a perfect hinge scorpion is not so cosmopolitan as its There we found it elastic a4 durable and if we lift it up Florida neighbor will be found difficult to keep them out of the house e point of the knife it e that the little worker has provided a pat bi t here they are not inclined to be do-Â¬ Â¬ - along the foothills of the Sierras ifter a rain on what is called adobe ground the sharp eyed observer-will sometimes notice a sudden movement of the earth A seeming leaf or a bit of the soifbout as large as a silver dollar will drop quiver or shake Some little prescience on the part of tlte walker will enable him to discover the cause of this and close and careful examination will disclose an oval spot perhaps an inch and a half across that seems separated from the surface Now insert the point of your laiife into one side and lift Sure- Â¬ ly there Is sometkiag holding back Isow you gain a quarter of an inch and obtain a gikapse into the black cavern so uaoovered of 3t hairy uncanny look Â¬ ing object the tenant jou are trying to evict Another lift and something gives aad yo have opened the door ofonc of tke modi cunningly devised and mar Â¬ velous fitructares in the entire animal Icingdoni the trap door of the king of the spiders one of the commonest but perhaps least lenown insects of South- Â¬ ern California a huge hairy fellow someUsaes three inches across a men Â¬ ace to timid walkers and not particu- Â¬ larly appreciated by the professional naturalist who is supposed to be en rap Â¬ port with bugs and things The first one I ever met a blood rela tion of the above ihcMygalcaticuIarict of South America was one stormy night in the Gulf Stream about two hundred miles off Cape Florida It was blowing fresh and about midnight a rush overhead brought us on deck wrhere we found that the schooner was lying to and near at hand was a dis Â¬ mantled hulk The latter had been stripped in a hurricane hailed from Trinidad South America and was loaded with the choicest preserved fruits The only living creature aboard was one of these gigantie spiders that when I rescued it from the bilge the next morn Â¬ ing settled down into a large saucer its claws or legs reaching to the edge on either side a most hideous and repul- Â¬ sive object the large hairy body re ficwbling tkst of a plethoric mouse- The monster lives m South America indoles and is a close ally of the Cali- Â¬ fornia species It preys upon quite large animals birds the size of a sparrow fall Â¬ ing victims to its web and mandibles and altogether it is the most ferocious and dreaded member of the insect tribe The Southern California cousin is equal- Â¬ ly disagreeable and as we pull it struggling and ugly from its den the tvne of the snider with its divided bodv the abdomen attached by a slender pedicle is before us If we penetrate into its interior organization we shall fisd that it breathes 1 ke the scorpion by lungs as well as airholes or Cmcheic 3 he infant spider has lirtt at four pairs of feet like the grim adult that seems all legs fierce vertical man dibles ending in nollow points that ex- Â¬ tend into tubes through which poison passes from poison reservoirs in the head They vary as to their lungs and spinnerets the large trap door spider has four lung sacks but the number of spinnerets is restricted to two pairs Such are some of the general features of tho great spider robbed of technical Is iwasderiag the use of which is evident when an at-Â¬ tempt is made to open the door the mandibles of the tenant being fastened to it while the spider braces back with its legs against the walls and holds it down So effectual is this method of closing the portcullis that often the hinge is torn apart before the spider will release his hold On one occasion when the door did give the infuriated j insect released its hold and sprang at least twelve inches at the offender showing a decidedly aggressive nature The ferocity of these insect tigers however is displayed when in chase of prey and the size of the animals they attack is sometimes astonishing A large one has been seen to attack a young gopher The latter had tunneled along the edge of an adobe tract com Â¬ ing up within two or three feet of the door of a large spiders trap and soon began a series of short and erratic mi- Â¬ grations from Its hole each time loadÂ¬ ing its pouches with bits of grass and weed The spder in making its trap had fastened in a bit of the latter and when this was pulled out by the gopher the hinge gave way and in a second a ball of liair and fur was Tolling about and twelve legs and claws were grasp Â¬ ing the air The spider had rushed out suddenly and with a quick leap seized the unlucky gopher near the throat and hadevidently penetrated it with its poi- Â¬ son mandibles The gopher terrified at the assault at first backed toward its hole but the pain caused it to defend it-Â¬ self and the two were soon in a san Â¬ guinary struggle tho spider merely re Â¬ taining its liold relying upon its poi- Â¬ son while the gopher struck and pawed the insect with its claws also endeavor Â¬ ing to use its powerful teeth The re- Â¬ sult of this was that the ground for sev- Â¬ eral inches about was soon covered with gophers blood and spiders hair and legs Over and over the combatants rolled Finally the gopher rising on its hind legs tore the spider off and staggered to its hole where it undoubt Â¬ edly succumbed The poison of these spiders is proba- Â¬ Call bly more virulent one time than anoth- Â¬ er and is absurdly exaggerated in Mex Â¬ FRIENDLY ico where I have been told that to even WARNINGS Samples of Admonitions Received By Travelers at Jtural Stations It is often very amusing to hear the precautionary instructions and admoni- Â¬ tions given- to inexperienced young travÂ¬ elers at rural railway stations by anx-Â¬ ious parents and friends who have trav- Â¬ eled little themselves A big farm wag- Â¬ on filled with men women and chil- Â¬ dren came up to a small railroad sta- Â¬ tion in a backwoods district A young woman of the party was going all the way from one State to another and her relatives had come to sec her off The remarks overheard by a looker on were of the following nature iow be mightv careful Mary Ocean Yes I will f Got your sachel A DEPLORABLE FATE Yes Got your ticket all safe A Sane Mans Ionj Confinement in a Yes French Lunatic Asylum Be sure and pin your money up care-Â¬ Jean Mistral the supposed lunatic fully in your pocket who has been confined for years in the - Etna is once more in a state of eruption Ever since a record has been made and kept of Etna its great disturbances have been preceded by earthquakes loud explosions are heard rifts finally open in the sides of the famous mountain then smoke sand ashes and scoriaj are discharged cinders are thrown out and accumulate around in a conical form and at last lava rises through the cone often breaking down one side of it where there is theleast resistance and flowing over the surrounding country There have been some seventy nine recorded eruptions the most of these of a harmless character A few only have been violent The most noted of these eruptions occurred at widely sep- Â¬ arate periods but their effects will not be forgotten while man inhabits the earth In the year 1169 an eruption took place which overwhelmed Ca- Â¬ tania when 15000 inhabitants per- Â¬ ished in the burning ruins Just 500 years later that is in 1669 thousands and tens of thousands perished in the streams of lava which rolled over the adjoining country for forty days In the month of May 1830 several ad Â¬ jacent villages were destroyed and showers of lava reached near to the Eternal City itself On November 12 1832 the town of Bronte was destroyed and in August and September 1852 violent eruptions occurred Violent eruptions also took place November 28 1868 and May 26 and June 7 1879 The loss of life during the Christian era has been von- - great while the destruction of property is uncounted The condition of the region around the volcano proper may be readily guessed when it is explained that there are two cities Catania and Aci Reale and sixty three towns or villages on Mount Etna Indeed it is much more thickly populated than anv other part of Sicily or Italy No fewer than 300000 persons live on the mountain The area of the region described as the mountain is approximately 480 square miles The height of the mountain is 10868 feet The radius of vision from the summit has been variously stated but the mean distance is probably not far from 150 miles The reason for the large population is found in tho fact that the surface soil is extremely fertile and the vine flourishes as well as grains olives oranges lemons figs and others fruits The forests are extensive and valuable The des Â¬ ert region which is nearest the open Â¬ ings of the cones is embraced between the limit of 6300 feet and the summit It occupies an area of about ten square miles and consists of a dreary waste of black sand scoriaj ashes and mass- Â¬ es of ejected lava It remains in au- Â¬ tumn winter and spring permanently covered with snow and even in the height of summer snow may be found in sheltered places in the neighbor- Â¬ hood of the summit Chicago Inter Â¬ Â¬ ilenutlftii Art lVllicti M Takinjr tfce llaro of the Crazy Qultts Tissue paper flowers are the feminine craze now The show windows are re- Â¬ splendent with tulips roses daisies poppies and violets made out of tissue paper and young ladies of society are devoting hours to acquiring the art of ticularl- f hfi IihpfoVMff the Old Homestead With AA A ntrnVs humility deserts thjpf a3 Afthtle GaFb of New Whitewash won as ne uiiovers iu WastetinlofL A few wctt tinJed cliiarfcs upon mat Â¬ Vritii-A nTr TfilS nnmt If ftllft j ters of general interest to hoilsdkeepefi f i m v their manufacture It is a pastime par interesting and it is remarka Â¬ ble what beautiful floral effects are produced with colored paper a little wire a little glue and a pair of scissors An enterprising manufacturing compnny has taken advantage of the craze and has put up in boxes an assortment of different colored tissue imper with a small coil 6f tine wire and a few pieces of very fine soft rubber pipe to be used for stems These boxes together with a pamphlet of instructions are sold at a Young trifling sum by tho thousands ladies with no knowledge of the manu- Â¬ facture of artificial flowers it is said can with the contents of one of these boxes and by the aid of the book of in- Â¬ structions produce the most natural do Â¬ mestic flowers with a little practice Tissue paper parties have already become popular The fashionable world always eagerly welcomes any new en- Â¬ tertainment which promises to be both novel and amusing and it has taken hold of the tissue paper mania At these quiet little assemblages not only striking effects in flowers are pro- Â¬ duced but dresses are manufactured Paper used at these affaira is imported and comes inn most marvelous variety and beauty of color Some of the garÂ¬ ments of this flimsy material are very beautiful As can be easily imagined tho variety of colors shades and tints is al- Â¬ most inexhaustible and every kind of combination and effect is possible In tlie matter of trimming there is scope flowers for all sorts of imitations fringes ruffs and a hundred and one furbelows which women only under- Â¬ stand the name or the object of There must be a great deal of satisfaction in a lady making such a dress and then viewing it with rapturous feminine de- Â¬ light but this satisfaction can not of Â¬ Yes No ets Dont talk to no Yes one Look out awful sharp for pickpock-Â¬ cars Dont forget for any thing Yes1 I will to change No I wont Got your baggage check all safe No I wont Be sure and get on the right train when vou change cars Yes baggage Dont give it up until you get your Yes I will If the train slioitld run off the track you better set perfectly still Yes I will Here comes the train now Sure you Sure youve got everything Yes I guess so Be careful getting off the cars Wait until they stop real still got everything Yes Now do be careful Mary Yes yes I will Write right off Yes Be awful careful o iiV Mind that vou- Ail aboard shouts tho conductor and Mary is carried off into a thousand dangersas her friends firmly believe YpuUCs Coi7ipanion A Perfect Baby Old Bachelor to young mother The baby is rather small of its age Young Mother hesitatingly Ye es rather No teeth yet Young Mother falteringly Old Bachelor N no not yet Old Bachelor Old Bachelor of its face Legs a little bowed Young Mother triile perhaps Young Mother Old Bachelor doubtfully Er a Nose small for the rest uncertainly Cries most Ye es of but it will grow the time Young Mother dubiously It cries a little Old Bachelor Well if tho baby pos- Â¬ sesses all those defects why do you call it the sweetest nicest dearest loveliest and most beautiful baby in the world Huh Be Â¬ Young Mother triumphantly cause it is So there You mean old thing N T Sun Tt By the completion of a telephone line between this city and Philadelphia London Times connecting with one to Boston conversation can be easy carried c n be- Â¬ A Haverhill woman reiuaed to tween the Hub an d the city of Brotherly shoo her hens because her hesband a Love a distance of 382 uiles JV Y shoemaker was on a strikeZwetf Â¬ Montpelier Asylum for the Insane has finally been liberated after a hearing in his case by the Tarascon tribunal His fortune with the accumulated in- Â¬ terest now amounts to 65000000 francs His story is a peculiarl sal one He is now searching for his wife whom his relatives cxpelledffrom France in 1837 because she refused in return for an annuity of 500 francs to acknowledge herself a woman of bad character Jean Mistral is a cousin of Frederick Mistral the poet and is now an old man much bent and with a frightened manner He is completely broken down and his nerves are shat- Â¬ tered His experiences in the mad- Â¬ house were dreadful and totally wrecked him physically although his mind is sound He refused to believe that he was to- be heard by the tribu nal after so many years of disappointment and neglect until he was actual ly taken there Then he burst into tears and it was some time before ho was sufficiently composed to talk The president of the tribunal reas- Â¬ sured him and then he told his story lucidly and in a straightforward logi- Â¬ cal way answered all the tests of sanity and satisfactorily demonstrated that there was no legitimate ground for his incarceration He said he had married when a young man without the consent of his parents an opera singer named Dombrowska The marriage took place in Posen The refusal of the parents to recognize the marriage was based on the absence of dot as the bride brought nothing with her but vo- Â¬ cal talent and the money which she had earned by it Mistrals parents declined to allow any income and he and his wife lived for some time on the proceeds of her operatic engagements After a while Dombrowskas voice failed and then they became itinerant musicians and managed to eke out a scanty sustenanc The wife at last consented to a temporary separation in the hope that her husband would become reconciled with his parents and be relieved from the hardships which he was obliged to endure As soon as Mistral placed himself within reach of his relations they had him arrested on a charge of lunacy From that time to this he has not seen his wife or heard any thing about her Now that he has come into the family fortune he will probably spend the rest of his life in trying to find her if she has not died in the meantime The Paris newspaper Voltaire took up cases of this sort three years ago and began a vigorous agitation in behalf of sane persons confined as lunatics This instance excited wide interest and so flagrant a case of wrong will probably lead to the repeal of the lunacy law as it now exists in Franco and remedial legislation on the subject Paris Cor Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Witness Citizen be compared to that of the wasted Care should be used in spatter-Â¬ on the of the house who finds his re- Â¬ ing oil paintings and beic-a-brmaster lief in the fact that it costs but a few walls Some oil paintings look better spattered with whitewash while others cents But it is the manufacture of flowers do not For this reason a keen dis- Â¬ from this imported paper which has crimination is necessary and every man turned the young feminine mind upside may not succeed with the brush VVhitewash may be removed from the down In tho wonderful crazo for fancy work these paper flowers are much used eye by the judicious use of muriatic for ornamentation Rosqs and poppies acid which cuts the lime and purifies made much larger than nature arc used the eye itself removing any animal sub- Â¬ for decorating lace curtains pillow stance also that may have fallen into eases backs of plush sofas and chairs the socket including the eye itself and easels A very popular feature of Maplo sugar may b3 made by the parlor is a basket of these flowers squeezing the juico out nf the maple The basket itself is male of dark colored tree and boiling it down to about th paper without a foundation simply in consistency of the spring poem The a ring and the material is placed in maple flavor is not injurious to the folds The flowers themselves are then tasle and docs not interfere with laid on paper shavings which fill out popularity of this jutly celebrated dope Much maple and keep the basket in shape The han Â¬ for the hot pan cake dle of wire is covered with paper with sirup and sugar grow in Vermont sweet peas or other climbing flowers and I have often wondered what beÂ¬ twined around it Such a basket of comes of tlrs healthful beverage flowers can scarcely be distinguished Why maple sirup made from the juice from wax A skillful hand however of the maple tree should not find its is needed in their manufacture way into the channels of trade is more The prettiest thing I have seen made than I can understand of tissue paper is a mat representing a A cheap and tasty window curtain water lily said a young lady the other may be made of the finest batste cut day while in conversation with tho the proper length and then decorated The perfect with panted flowers Most any lady writer upon the subject form of the beautiful flower was repro Â¬ can read ly paint these flowers in any duced It wai made upon a foundation des gn or at least a great many serf of a very large leaf and upon this to think they can The flowers may bo leaves in graduated sizes are placed the any variety which fancy may dctac lower ones being of dark green the cen Â¬ such as corn flowers daisies pond lilies and if thy do not ter of very pale 3ellow while the inter Â¬ or forget-me-no- ts mediate leaves were in graduated tints look just right they may bo erased You have no idea what a happy effect while still green by boiling the cur Â¬ -- N It Sun f3 was produced tains in a solution of benzine and tur pentine say two parts of the former to ninety eight of thelatter BONANZA HISTORY A design to which my attention has been recently called consists of a unit jue Tho Fato of Tames D Wnllcet and Ills improvised flower compo ed by a Illjh Prlcqd Hook Keeper young lady who is destmed to make her James D Walker ten years ago was mark some day unless sonic one inter Â¬ a member of the bonanza iirm and his feres She has already made her mark check was good for 8500000 or a mil- - in several places in fact but thse flow Â¬ lion at any bank in the country Then ers certainly deserve something more Flood and Fair bought him out and than a meiv passing notice They arc Walker opened a brokers office under not copied from the monotonous and tedons uniformity so much affected in the Nevada Bank in San Francisco and nature but they stand out by them Â¬ did all the business of his former part Â¬ selves and attract tiie attenton at once ners In these times Flood Fair and because of their bold originality In Â¬ Mackey were on the top notch of specu- Â¬ stead of copying nature and thus be lation They were swinging the mar Â¬ coming tiresome she has constructed a ket at their own sweet will and making flower that is a cross between a ro e or breaking the thousands who were cancer and a ginger cooky It grows battling with the fierce tide of stock on a perpend cnlr stem that looks like or a dark green hat rack with buds on it Alexander Austin rumbling Sandy as his friends used to call him that remind the enraptured specaor had just served his t Tin as tax collector of an aggravated felon on a dark red and went in with Walker How they thumb just peeping ont of a pale green did make things boom The book-keepweather beaten bandage got 840Q a month and had a sump Â¬ Nothing so bold in conception or so tuous lunch served every day in a largo utterly free from conventionality has room in the rear of the otlice at the ex come within my rang e of observation pense of the firm Their expenses were for years The inflammatory condition enormous but so was their business of tho blo som itself the bold and math- Â¬ The partners were clearing 20000 a ematically perpendicular poise of the month but they were standing on the stem and the early stages of eruption brink of a precipice Flood remarked visible in the complexion of the bud outside brok- Â¬ challenge the admiration of the philan- Â¬ other and that manipulating certan thropist and the board of health were ers stock precisely as his own brokers This It stands out as a work of art alone would never tlo so he calleda consulta-Â¬ and safe from imitation It certainly tion and informed the Walker firm that lias never been successfully imitated by this sort of thing would not do that nature and 1 do not think it ever will there was a traitor in the camp some- Â¬ be While nature loves to give us freaks where and that unless he was detected now and then I may safely say that and fired their relations cciild not con- Â¬ she will never furnish us with a flower tinue Close and earnest investigation like this a flower that looks as though was made but without avail Then it had been nailed on the parent stern came a transaction of more than ordi Â¬ with slrngle nails while the foliage it nary importance but to the intense dis- Â¬ would seem was cut out of sheet iron gust of the bonanza firm it was appa- Â¬ and riveted to the curtan by the hand rently foreseen and anticipated by theo of a master It is one of those meek outside brokers kept posted apparently eyed frajjie blossoms of the vale that by some traitor in the Walker Austin you could successfully use in beating camp Then the bonanza people changed out a mans brains Bill Xyet in Bos their broker and from that hour the ion Globe Co began to de- Â¬ fortunes of Walker A Good Chairman cline Matters grew worse and worse Austin committed suicide Walker sold a magnificent mansion in Oakland Politician pointing to a passer by which cost him close to 8500000 to md addressing a friend There goes prop up the waning glory of the swell the man we want for chairman of the firm At last it was a clean case of bust and I dont believe Mr Walker to day convention Why he is Friend Who Patterson could put his hand on 200 He discov Â¬ ered when too late that the high priced rather deaf Politican Thats why we want him book keeper was the traitor He sold He belongs to our fac-Â¬ p employers hi but no luck ever came of for chairman tion and wont hear any motion that is his treachery and he is to day keeping Best chairman books at 850 a month for a Hebrew not to our interest when he happens to be on the right side clothes dealer inj Portland Oregon Sacramento Bee I ever aw Arkansas Traveler course ac coming front dnd who understand fully what he is talking abotlf ftiay b bene Â¬ ficial If they are received in thepfoper spirit my object will have been attained All I caro for is to furnish all the infor Â¬ mation I Gatt and do all tha good I can Life is made up of tbtiso little act of kindness and to be well iiifornied and then to be able to spread that informtt tion around all over the country in such a way us to ameliorate the condition of our face is a most fortunate thing for the possessor and a great boon to those who may bo the recipients of that in- Â¬ formation A good durable whitewash may be made by sinking pure lime with salt and a light solution of Avnter Mix while cold and stir gently while boiling so that it will not burn on Let it Stand ten minutes and then carefully skim it If it does not settle readily drop in the yolk of an egg Do not put glue in your whitewash in order to make it stick It is a great mistake to unite glue or baking powder with whitewash that is to be used on the walls or ceilfng of a parlor A gallon of milk will improve a large quantity of whitewash but the cream may betaken off before the milk is used To apply whitewash on a ceiling is not a difficult process and many people pay a professional when they might do it equally well themselves Take a whitewash brush of about the medium height and dip it in the liquid Next carefully remove preparation the surplus by gently pressing the brush You can against the side of the pail then stand on the piano and apply the solution to the ceiling a little at a time If you do this however do not step forÂ¬ ward into the works of the piano or set the pail on the strings while you are at work After you have been at work for a few moments and getyour sleeves well filled with whitewash you may empty them back into the pal thus saving the surplus which otherwise nrght be jf the suburban towns the ofwr eVen5 jig that the police threatened to TR AhX jirsitspicion that it was an illicit Boston TnmseripL JJ Yhat dayou Prominent N A hink of it Friend I doa7 think it is lis good asyotr ddlast year NA sL -- Ex--exac- tly tJiconvcrfela Tha Salvation Army of Washington -difdeT Lif -- l prondiinco the letter R and next week will venture forth for the first time without a cane Philadelphia Call An editor intimates Persons send Â¬ ing us poems wdl please to write oft only ono side of the sheet and use white paper so that if the article is not accepted wb may use the opposite side of the paper and thus good may conie 4 of the poem j Snob I think you know the Tet J terbys Arc they a quite the sort bf pQople one can ask to ones honse His friend O cer- Â¬ dou tcherknow tainly if yon wish to Whether- theyHL eomeornet is another question - HraafewidT earjo Tribute Ca Little children and dogwe about the only specimens of animate natores tv other dreadful crime in Verniopt A man walked deliberately into the railÂ¬ road library room in St Albans the other dav and took the life- - of Macau The wretch has so far escaped lay but it is suspected that he has gon to Reading St Albans Messenger At the New Milliners Club Male functionary As none of the hfules f present have put in their claim for the of seniority the fresTdencfc on to ground chair myselfi the take and now call upon the two youngest ofK the assembly to take the office of secret General rush for the platÂ¬ taries xV T Teleqram form The doctor is hastily called to the Alas hemur- bedside of a sick man as he tikes the hand of tho pa- Â¬ niurs tient there is nofhmg to be done His But doctor hand is already green returned the wife my husband Is a painter and that is the reason his hands replied ther Oh well are stained doctor that does make a difference to be sure He really has some chance If he were not a painter he would be French Papery dead in five minutes BASE BALL IIcv LINGO Thert9 which may be relied upon truth in a babys dimpled smh or moie the wag of a dogs tail than there jVm all Via taffy ladled out during llflb Chicago Ledger time xT What Thev All Go For Mother Well dear did you have a successful- hunt i r arbntus Daughter l es m Gus atd Harry proposcd wjtlrn fiftean minubis of each other Mother Ifm glad you hud such a pleasant afternoon among the flowers Your sister must ih TidbHs- go next time Our attention lias been cabed to an- Â¬ ii ii Was Translated By an Honesty 3111csian Workman The other noon two of the crow oik old men employed by the board of pub1 lie works to clean the streets were eat in- - their cold bite on the curbstone a Michigan avenue and First street Onu of them handed a portion of a newsr - Jnr paper- to the other and said Bead me about the game of VasoTX ball My son Johnnie is just wildoverr it and I want to see what it is that car ries the boy away It - - 9cnia account of the game and read Getzeins work in the borhassel -- 1 The other toolc the paper locatedthen 4 man in a box for If a manfh aBbx can play base ball then a man inachaIPD can scrape off the pavement1 I suppose it means he was in a cagc v but the paper calls it a box to ease- upn his feelings Let me read on Deaslev hit up a fly for Deacon White to corral What kind of a fly It doesnt say It may havebeeri4ai horse flv which was bothering- - Mr - dom been excelled In the box What did tlief haveVa J Deaslev Â¬ And what does corral mean Corral jewelry of conrse Let tuc Hanlon and oon- Welch s corKcr was tasen m oy mi 1 fc 5 er Â¬ said the old man as ft Tt Ston waved a piece of cold meat in the afrr s Welch had a corker did he V He did s And Hanlon took it in Thats what it says And did the referee give the match to Welch say but if it was London It dont rules he had to I saw a chap getra -- -- corker at the knock out the other nightj and he fell like a codfish very well read on Bichardson hit a grounder and GctThompson zein beat it to the plate sent Stop agan Whats a grounder Its a blow below the belt And that man Getzein was the samo chap they had in a eage at the start l Who let him out and what for Im givingyou what the paper says 7 and heres more of it Kowe sent up a pop fly which Con- Â¬ nor muffed Thompson going to Stop again Put that paper doMnv the grass and put a stone atop of it on Its no wonder the whole country is striking for eight hours work wkften hours pay when the newspapers have gone crazy The horse fly which was bothering Mr Deaslev was all right but a pop fiy is an animal I never heard of and wont give in to Mr Connor must r have looked elegant dancing around wid a muff in his hands to bat pop fir over the head But its the game V Then its no wonder my boy Johnnyf comes home every base bail day wid1 am Â¬ pule face and a cramp In his stomach and that half of the raen in Detroit pull out a base ball scores whenever you ask em the tme o dav Mr Welch What is It Mr OFlynn iGive me a light for m pjc anT we will talk Gaelic to each other Base DtfreiL Fru ball b too much for us s 1 - i -- j Press 4 3 e- - sw m t i m f uu J1 j j JStlSaMnwtajaiiiim1 iaouwimwwirm rtm mrnntn wti 1 -- 5 iwj ujw mhMhiw t inwuwrniwunwurwiaiin iiiiiiiwuinn innmiima miimiiaowiKwnefcy wnuwiiiiiiiainwi nn mntiim wniiiijuwrnii k iWUiwiiiiiriTiriii r r nm n m t jut nrawnrmr m m umiii wninMijiWMwiiiiiirTiiiiJ1riTiniHrrrfril imrr Tfr - Jfc t- - 4 Gism Herald m Atom OQ0PKEf -- 4 ii POLITICS AND EDUCATION Strff T -3 tXK- JKTL - Mortte Tipfct fMiMrtii J5wft Mwttyi Jl BAXFOED ficsa Enterprise ssjs one s become a preWio than that afecnt awre ijus6i -- AdrenRWikVr jt rtiniL - for tke 5Teotioatkc j Free Sdwel Syttes tei lir f JH ifcLeans Strenslhenln r Cordial and Bfood Purifier S1G0 per bottle nf roc sue av vx r swans TTr Vxreen xiazei -- - v auglio CSmpto 3 F ir i 5 J 3S Ktesw jm BUY THE best miTE r KC JAKES MA2ES Of LcvAcr G oycaltfc Attora tsckiane It is risfct A hundred where tfaoPn Keatncky voters who can not read do more to menace the hup pines - Baafends Lightning Belief is 2 i vAMi f pwbm and the prosperitv and the morality of j T F Bay are vrhoiesale agents Si MW4 tt i J8 jr Tf DSBlp le aacEo wuiSKej men are wmmajrererr- V mP wl ou - ST1 HARD t T J IVEpS BOWN GO UBS IPBIPES in- - another LARGE AND WELL SELECTED STOCK are mof every variety of Guods to 5usiIy the demands ol all oar ctistomrrSj at vv boc-sale and Eetafr which ire PKOPOSE TO SELL FOR CASH or exetuse tor PrndnfP nml T i rv Ktrvb We h vfedf ten trie n estaaiisl2 a trad or a tSssfe bajns but have as often failed We have also noticed oar Jrientkand customers of the DISASTROUS EFFECTS OF THE CREDIT SYSTEil and our intention lo eBar said rfonn nnr hnaTnfiss Imfe little attention has been jAron to Now we intend to establish upon the ruins of the old credit system a STRICTLY f CASH BFSLNESS which will enable us to sell you sooda K J r -- w 4 other elements in the population of the BSANGO Ste- - Ther form an element vhichia Er LTillKS Oaar CWfc J AYID HOGG self perpetcatimr and which grows by ArTnv President Haves speakrosr at Grand Chmmt mwrr oajitr Tr natural increase It is active in oppos- - dent tvplflndT for T CEXTEE wjisinn KHIs I Cfrnfft CWrf aeri W P ELX2XS j lag schools and teachers and school- TT CEUEY Amwnw CW DKAXE funds railroad3 and newspapers tnm j Br Baglands lightning Belief cares JaScr GEO sites and improved farming A han- - Cholera Morbus Blcjdr Fiux Cramps BU2XS EASE- dred thousand Kentucky voters who can Colic and all painful anectiona Sold Cbpsbit FJELDEK tXX- ot read are the reason for the exis- - hy J T and FDav CWaatr fecial Sft JOHN iL XOSE tence of the State Teachers Association Acopyot the nroirramme for the com i fv1 rfVTrTri iTmAiiKvu i to acsore e J ing meeting in Louisville is before us trill he a candidate for re election to Con- aad many of the persons named upon it greaa from the Aahland district HON W- - P TAULBEE x esciocaL lor josiare jenowxt u us xoey are teacnera Of a a JJto sb-o- scfcool oScern editors lawyers aisd oth- - Dr Eazlands Liehtnins Relief is the w rv--ier3ijwaom no iaea is wonnier one eranceat dlseoverv of the atre for the than to put the advantages of education j relief of pain For saie by J T St F We are tlriw to amMttace within the reach of all under conditions CL H C LILLY of EtKlt ISti that will lead to their acceptance by all Day Hazel Green rm a Milfiiiti fer Ctretk J4je cf tie Loag experience has shown them that Maj Lane a Louisville lawyer is in IXniUmi Birtriet at tke JLkwc electl legislative enactments concerning schools Washington looking after a warciaha of are bec dead letters without -the active 3000 for his mother in law -- j - t wu i v CmrJrie AeT Crt AenG T hjerirti j rrt M PTinifirv a vtnnU 4- - Are rirst class in Material Workmaiisliip and wt Methods of Constrnction Tiiey are unrivaled m power and beautv of tone and in genuine excellence far surpass all organs of other Cheaper Than You Eave Ever Boughtbefore We la panicular invite the attention of ELVER MEf and others to oar makes ever onered in our country s eJenag a4 o 4x which w large stock of CLOTHING DRY GOODS -- f - etay vw OVER 67000 SOLD apecial low prices for cash To all of our customers having accounts due we most earnestly solicit to ctaa forward and make settlements lou owe It to us-- to do so a wett as to ya4vws i as- honorable men We will sell you goods eheaper than you have ever bought thesa can better afbrd it because we will takeno risk on time Rrpeytfally - bf JT ftLIMBHBBHHBJHamJB mWpatefcsl5BBjjlfwilWjff F DAY T -t tnemm intrpr nr rjjf nnnn C1TH of AelStfcixepcrta distributed periodically will not the Ck KAa yete Dr Raglaads Pile ka JmKcmI District is the Clereiafid t be widely read no matter how valuable cure for Bleeding Plica RemdyPiles 3ure Blind and atecixtn The people will not voluntarily rise up all forms of plies Sold by J T A F to the support of the schools It takes ay Hazel Green 757 725 county associations and district associa Â¬ 459 870 The Sentinel Democrat k now owned 410 335 tions and State associations meeting fre 1e 831 6S2 qaently and keeping the school cause be-Â¬ by Capt W T Havens Judge D B CJr 300 335 fore the people of every section perslst rarrkon retiring 556 313 eatly and constantly to develop the Idea Pacrj 119 453 that schools are a great necessity to the KmIL Dr Raglands Magic Vermifuge k the 285 357 masses This is the orzaniratioa the best It is safe and sure Sold by J T 403 63S fife crystallization of a sentiment Where F Day Hazel Green 4275 4S62 these associations have been alive and There were fifty dkaiksals ia the Trea Tke Democratic asajority according where the newspapers have lent their aid the teachers are better qualified and sury JJepartment nx Hh tik taWe k 5S7 but as the voting ashnigton on Ifjfniation ha Increased in what ratio better paid there are better school June 3oin honseaand they are better filled and tie Majority Increased 1 Best Patent Flour Shipstufa Salt the local contributions to the school fund are greater The central agency of the Seeds c for sale at a S GArrMiciLis Tiere was no Cocgresaonal Cocyea school organization which has been mak- Â¬ tiwi callod at Wrnclweter afteralL The ing itself felt of late throughout Ken Mt Sterling cbairataa oaly called the District Com tacky is to In Louisville two weeks gold shipments from thk country intMe to meet on the 22nd icst We hesce the meet Teachers Association to The State Eurupe last week amouuted to 3U0ur were led to jcate the statement and the The chairmen of committee come remarks we did through the blunder of from the countiesits Simpson Carlisle 000 of saeuer Mer It s now thought the LLawrence Kenton Grant Owen Ander Will buy Wool Genseng Rags Hidrs oMveatioQ will be held here when It is c S S Gaitskjll Mt Sterling ses Jefierson bhelby Daviess Irank BOML a TA wri MfrBlIiiiKsfelarfiMimmml QPmi5BQS5 ORCHESTRONE PARLOR AUTOMATIC ORfiJW HlaailSBi cpcaWakliaaTaaecajspIarMTl AMBTanMsSsyay Eadaned jsfi5cijSTiigmSeSmssimmB jfiihlffi ai -- msiiiiiiiaiMCzpBgijfrjWFTpjyTBjHasjmw fcfforoHii eaiffffPMWmmal fcBi isiiiiiiiiiiiiaiBBifsiiiiHisBSisiiiiiii ij ti M sic The r xrscxt mckjt S725 to 11Q MsntsI ar rax zxxx the CteHfNM OrcistroM andasarr klxzx CTVESTOS xw I a mmmmHmnfiaTijm vFSS SSimfiYrttHPJliiSlmSammMlbJS Automatic Instruments Made PSICI 8 to 96 CelesiintSjOrgainettes Musical Caskets ToiiniaFrtM Dnciffcw ax tss 2BtbuayiSL kHt Ws 3M3GHimjB piajstos SSi aai all other good actoxatic nsracxrxrs asd sccsic fer seas organs and musical goods DTJLTST tubiiouadiatheEairfcat- - SJSrSeadtsrSpecialCitatosaa ako ti et TIUPP - Jy le At the Jackson Convention Hon J B While f Eetlll was nominated for CSrcwt Jadee and Jaaas HarrSj Esqn f Letcher for Comaaonwealtha Attor- A TCSATE Hill Yju June 26 1SS6 Breathitt Boy Boomed Ewro Herald If you will allow a Utile space I shall take great pleacontributing a short article to sure Â¬ paid during the next three months a two pound sample box containig six FRENCHBURG KY twelve inch plugs to any address in the tion He returns to the place of his T J COPE Proprietor aatiylty with the love and best wishes of United State on receipt of 200 Rudolph Fiszez Tobacco Co Table HUppiiedsriih all delieapiea of the All who knew him here Special attention to commercial Louisville Ky setisou A school mate of his for two years tourists beardiag In the same house studying the sasae bxanches I had more than an The coal miners at Grape Creek III work the mine waItry opportunity of becoming ac- - who quit would May 1st because Pittsburg B masters not pay the iqaalsted with him in every particular As a student he was regarded as the most scale of seventy five cents per ton and WITH who have have 28striou8 young man In the whole in- - been evictedsince refused to work houses from the companys stitKtion A part of the time I occu- and are living miserably in tents and pied a rooxx with him and I remember well that though I usually studied late subsisting on what is given them by the he remained up long after I had retired union The condition of the womenÂ¬ WHOLESALE aad whoa he occupied another room If and children mast be pitiable in the exlate as tl walked out aswindowsmidnight or later treme Dry when all the were dark tie Exposure to rough weather getti g laap still glimmered In his room Often wet living in damp localities are favor John A Carter 729 731 and 733 whea all the other boys had retired and ble to the contraction of diseases of the James G Carter ware locked hi the encircling arms of Kidneys and Bladder As a ILIS STEKET DAForline Kaqeas have I gone to his room to and for the cure of all Kidneypreventive Jo C Bethel LOUISVILLE KY aslc ik aid In translating some old trouble use the vaiuble remedyand liver J G Carter Jr Dr J iGmik er Latin author whose meaning I H McLeans Liver and Kidney Balm aaaoie to aempher or to obtain 100 per bottle by G B aetp is the higher mathematics Swango Hazel Green or saleNVaughn and J is oftea did he cheerfully lend his Campion 3tItEUon and return to Breathitt lu native county to engage in the can 1 va for County and Circuit Court Cleric I wae sorry to learn this not because I leered he would not be elected nor be-caase I feared he would not make a good aad worthy clerk but because it will be diScult for Cumberland College to re pair the loss it sustains in his resigna ie aad because I had hoped that he yet become a Virginian by adop- Â¬ drcHW yeer coIkabs Daring a visit recently made to Camberland College I learned rery feuch to my regret thatProL J Wl Hagaae had postively decided to resign 5a prdfeasorship In that young and vig lin Breckinridge Hopkins Fayette ilc The Blair educational bill will not Cracken Bourbon Christian Boyd and again come up at thk session of Congress Barren They all have a work assigned them and all have promised to do it The Mitchell Wagon for sale at S F There 13 not a man or woman among Gaitskills Mt Sterling them who has been known in the past as l IWA tAVllVA i Viii XUCiC IS UU PIUUC in the The fee on money orders not exceedprogramme for the Introduction of poii- ing 5 has been reduced to five cents ucs xnere nas Deen no inaicanon m the past work of the Association that they mean or care for politics Many of the District Associations have been held WOLFE COUNTY COURT this year with no political result Until June Term 7th day of June IbSo some political demonstration is made by these workers It is due to them as men The law having- been complied with it is and women of recognized honesty here- Â¬ therefore ordered that the Sheriff or other tofore that their word be accepted that oncers whose duty it shjH Le to hold the they are only waging a war against the election to 3open a poll ia the Caaiptoa DisIlliteracy which gives us 4A hundred trict No 18S6 Wolfe county at the August election for thousand Kentucky voters who can not sense of the legal the purpose of taking the voters ia said district as read Louisville Commercial to whether apxritaous vinous or malt liquors 43 WXl Sml mpaiysapjiarTNLijy lim iBit Sfe jHZjBaWTlSSlHrSfiw Mssamp5Sr5r Mi EJB s SDVtaTri miiSfKJ -- 1 1 I - Â¬ Hardmn Pianos Chickering Pianos Mathus- - Frozen DAY BROS County Kentucky Creek Breathitt M - are now receiving the largest and best selected stock- of - hek Pianos Emerson Piano Star Pianos Arion Pianos and the matchless Johnston Organs Write for Catalogues and Prices raYl4iifaliUiiTTTrirtiiSi4aTali siaikiRHViiiiiiiKiinii isziivmmM j aaAwsr a aa iat a13 Ajatjf fa - ini Â¬ shall be sId therein A copv attest A Box of Tobacco for 6200 DAVID HOGG Clerk In order to Introduce our fine Havana je303t Cured brandy peach Savored tTurf REEXWADE HOUSE chewing tobacco we will express pre- Â¬ JOHN TON Wholesale and Hetail D S 56 Wer CO ealers 3 11 t Breathitt county including DRY GOODS NOTIONS HiTSr CAPS BOOTS SHOES HAEDWAKE QUEEN3WAEE KOLLOW WAJfcE TLN1VARE SADDLEEY CDOCKi GROCERIES SALT FLOUJt aad XO VlSIOyS of eyerv kind In ract our stoclc is complete in every dpartaMat aad we propose to sell cheaper for cash r produce titan any house ih Eastern-- Ken- Â¬ tucky We can sell you goods 25 to 50 per cent cheaper than those who do basi ness on the credit system Ever brought Our Millinery and Dress Goods Department contains the finest display ever seen ia the mountains to which we especially in- Â¬ vite the attention f the aH W will tsilcr all Knd of Country Produc and Live itoeT in Exchanire for iod We also expect to deal largely in Walnut and Poplar Logs Thanking- ntir friends for past patronage we solicit a continuance of the same and earnestly request ail indebted to us t come- forward and settii up-- at once Very respecti DAY BROls-c - Fourth Street tS p wl o njj TATE COLLEGE of KENTUCKY Eighteen Professors and Instructors E EOBEETS Fll Address agricultural aad Mechanical Scientific EngiaeeriagjOIassical Korraal Schflal Military Tactics Gommsrcta and Preparatory Courses of Study -- COUNTY APPOINTEES RECEIVED FREE OF TUITION For Catalojrnc and othr inforniaticn tena bsjisa Sept 8 til lS86 JABIES K PATTEStSON 5li D xeacinjctoxs Kentucky aaaa im iw--ntr aav aa wjm a- - Carter Bros Co n Goods and Notions The Celebrated i rn iI nnr TRADERS DEPOSIT BANK Aathnsu Brcaahltis Tgamlg STaediBcst Bf CUH2S TDipithfiriaTf Croap CcTtzti Wliccninr Ccnit- - fvn KormeuKirtnflTTraablaaariStgaiSliomi Ciei9r3t2TtI J jaul uu arpiiet free irX 3 JcJiaaaa ACSagmaV in Blarriicsa - llllj MT STERLING KY ULlL J M BIGSTAFF SCHOOL DESK President W W THOMSON Cashier DIRECTORS aid ae thoroaga aad extensive He is at haaMj alike in English Latin and Greek la Hktory and literature In Mental 3Coral Political and Phveical Science asd all aloag the line of Mathematics freaa Arithmetic to Calculus In addi tioa to the college curriculum he studied Steaography which Dickens tells us in his David Copperfield Is as difficult to master as foar languages As as iastructor his success is ack- sewledged on all hands Our teachers woald oo well to imitate him in this he sever toid a pupil anything that he elci leave him to find out for himselL He aever helped a pupil unless help was aosomieiy Beceasary imowing that by so doiag he defeated the very object of edacatioB The president of the college told aae that as a disciplinarian the world can not beat him As a gentle- character so far as evinced dur Tax hk stay iag hk of the greater part of sev Â¬ eral years at Cumberland College Is un Â¬ impeachable He Is modest almost to a faalt aad is of the highest sense of honor If the people of Breathitt county do aet kaow how to appreciate his worth aad will not gjve hlmthe ofSce for which he asks let him come back to the bosom e hk friends in Virginia With out Btxetched hands will we welcome his re tarn and open our college doors to him where with a good salary he shall in Btrsct the youth of our country and en loy the society of those who do know hk worth But I hope that Breathitt kaewiag how to honor her worthy sons will gire him the office for which he asks F YicA2s Ag a achalar I know his knowledge to a calendar with a sentiment for each day In the year For Saturday the day of his death the sentiment was from the pen of hk old friend Abraham Lincoln and read as follows God la the only being who has time enough but a prudent man who knows how to seize occasions can commonly make a shift to and as much as he needs died is In the room where Judge David Davis Happiness James Chorx Dr R R Drake mr34lY Andrew Feklfr J T Highland 2To others Tlfre Thaaa vUl ircTO a arcngerfal disco j er fcrtta srsria Wig ill inTy n ralia re all suaser cf diseoee Tlia tssrisxicsar9SBdeebcxbrsnataa Uan tttswctackl Tfirt oct atcat Uie and yea slU aj arays be fftaVfal Ob 111 a das ilit free Sold CTgrywaere crseasteyrnt ibrascis ataaspa Ur-- XSJO xssox col sa ji nagncasi uoaoi en Powder U absol aialj pnya asc aiaa eos m oostrased One ocsee lamahaiaraxa4 ia wcrth a poena of M ia Tirartav jaa wa4 any otaar tirii I Is te Bliiair trltlr a 1 at sdcteraaaaM 1 b 3 lTeQ Trilii fbci acaav Sold evaij nara cr azt by mail for SS casta is iHaippa Six eass by erpreaa pr pail JS 55 CO i PARSONS j i I MAKE 2T3W axes BLOOD tbs PILLS cjl st 18 HENS LA lnll ii results from that true containment which indicates perfect health of body and mind You may possess it if you will parif y and Invigorate your blood with Ayers Sarsa IALA0E HOTEL FREXCHPURG KY J II WILLL4MS Proprietor The patroraje of the tnivclin public is respectfully invited Table the beat and ESTABLISHED IN 1345 parula write E H Howard Newport X Hf I suffered for years with Scrof-Â¬ ulous humors After using two bottles of JLyers Sarjaparilla The Leading Insuraiice Agency fSIOOOOOO 00 1S0I London and Lancashire - - sttfvvtt na Liverpool aad Loncon ot Liverpool and Ulobeor ringlana 3USi50UU 0U IS10 Hartford of nartfrd ASil 40 IM 1S09 North British fc Merean- cpnngiield ot bpnngaeid 255633 tileofEn Iaad 3301000 00 icoo xireiacaa runa o CaliÂ¬ 1794 InsCe of North America fornia 147302C CO D71J95 33 1S3 Northwestern National of Philadelohia l254j3i irt 1710 Sun Eire OtaeVwf Iaooa 5353000 CO 1750 Niagara of Ne w York 1574035 OO 5353915 46 Sd5 Boatman Pittsburg17S2 Phenir of London 4Ilt49 00 Insurants in order to be reliable must be guaranteed by succesaftd aad weH ksovrK corporations the polioies of doubtful or expcriajsntal cscipaniea being dear at aav price The beat policies are ala v die cneapest Inanrera should select their companies aa tsev would a banker or a ptrsun hLo is to hold their funds in trust Look to qnality as the paramount conaideraticn vi insurance Kaspectfally HOFF3AN Officz At Trader and Deposit Bank 1335 everv attention maoutactured bylhe tohe comfort of guests I OE MT STEitLUNTe KY Total Assets of Agency SI438487SO BO Royal of Liverpool THE JOHN SHILLITO COMPANY Oo Wholesale and 1336 Thousands of people suffer with back ache not knowing that in most cases it k a svmotom of diseased bidnevs nd liv er which plasters and lotions cannot heal The best and safest remedy k Dr J H McLeans Liver and Kidnay Balm L00 per bottle Sold by G B Swango Ha-Â¬ zel Green and J N Vaughn Campton A bill has passed the Senate providing for the appointment of an additional Secretary of the Treasury for one year Thk would indicate that Secretary Man- Â¬ ning can not well be spared and that he k to have full twelve months in which to recover hk accustomed health Lou kville Post Â¬ Found great relief It has entirely restored me to James French Atchison Kans health To all persons suffering- from writes Liver Complaint I would strongly recom- Â¬ - Sidney School Furniture Ilrail Dealers ia ti JOtfN LOUGULIJC Sole Proprietor SIDNEY OHIO Thli Dcik hai been Adopted in Xcarly All the Ladinp ScbooLs of the Country Globes Registers Dictionary Holders Maps Map Cases Numeral Frame Chari Dictionaries Anatomical ifod ils DRY GOODS C ASPETING Race Seventh George Streets - mend Ayers Sarsaparllla I was afflicted with a diseasa of the liver for nearly two yearB when a friend advised me to take this medicine It gave prompt relief and has cured me Xrs H M Kidder 41 For Dwlght at Boston Hass writes several years I have used Ayers Sarga pariila la my family I never feel safe even 1625000 NOW IN USE a -- Erasers Blackboards Liquil Slating Bells Cravoa Having purchased some notes and ac- Â¬ Bro on parties counts from Swango in this and Morgan counties and as I will be absent in the West for awhile I have turned them over to A P Lacy for collection If you desire to save costs you can pay them over to Mr La- Â¬ cy in the next 30 days Geo H McClaix ing for natural gas At Home without it A3 a irrer medicin aad general purifier of the blood It has no equal Mrs A- - B Allen Winterpock Ya writes ify youngest child two years of age wa3 taken with Bowel Com- Â¬ plaint which we could not cure We tried many remedies but be continued to grow worse and finally became so reduced in flesh that we could only move him upon a pillow It was suggested by one of the doctors that Scrofula might be the cause of the trouble We procured a bottle of Microscopes And everything needed in a school room 3r Write us for complete catalogue Ad- Â¬ dress Cincinnati 0 AT jrEKI OF BAFAHNESTOCK country dUIy ESrAaUSHED kk CcaJ Sidney School flOly Furniture Company IMPOETEH vx thas cf orsrer rc-iBide acre for the pnrpese ol px but thur ihort rf t a zi irij csiiasei iaI B A MrrmT oftes okx zZ 23A r k r trssa 30 ccher casce Chilirm tey axs iixiU ocd fir rrsh soacsacs cxitis thete aiIl3 sappers aaJ risers V lae jc apux ja iis Wsaad3tajttlagttsrtf iiiia it is r tacresd sstll at lis orenau i Lanvr e cea Tifacr5Ttt Om FtixKttkt Vtrmztegz eiiiatliiut to Sion vor n ia tr It U ac nr tnu musiaf are odicascas Cf WOT31S ftrimwrTT uiMmucsec ml catlap tar r mit nt I00J lareaAatly SIDNEY OHIO W N HALDEMANl Presideat of the Qreat LOUISYILLE C0UR1ER J0URKAL CO Vtanra arip less eiid has beea laid fc the jraTe vbea the Usease wati cashed its death has bea petrel ja carU tilt worss exist ta t e trrsTrsn ijvtea QUUUb AND r k I at Akron O broke through into an immense lake of the There is a wide spread demoralization aad spirit of discontent existing In the strongest brine and a sounding lead was lowered into Democratic party In Kentucky growing feet without the brine to a depth of 1000 touching bottom at el the action and restless ambition 4o a few political montebanks who want Sick headache wind to rale or ruin They do not regard any billiousness nausea on the stomach are actioa of the party which stands In the agreeably banished by Dr promptly and J H McLeans way of their greed for office or ambition Little Liver and Kidnev Fillers 25k a far leadership The result of conven vial For sale by G B ttdas aad primary elections are cast aside Ureen ana J JS Vaughn Swango Hazel Campton with impunity if they do not subserve tthe eorrnpt purposes of these designing Druggkts and merchants jwKtical tricksters and the party organi- Â¬ Wolfe Breathitt Morgan or of either MasofSn zation and consequent success at the will call on J T F Day for anv of peils k endangered by their unhallowed Dr Raglands medicines as they are xmbitioa and disregard of party usages wholesale agents for the counties men- Â¬ licking Valley Scorcher tioned above J At a depth of 2400 feet workmen bor Â¬ Tels Whit Ke Kcowa of I WINTERSMITHS Sarsaparllla and commenced giving it to him It surely worted wonders for in a short time he was completely cured Sold by all Druggists AYEES CHILL CURE OT7TC2 or tux Cocaizx JccxHAL Locisvnix Dr lyixUrmitk 13 N OTIONS TEED PACZ ba reaTy beea the Jt aasber3 proved Reread reretore pars3 pcclally wxatAm who are more ca- txfely aad tftdily rs3red fora tic by f hT tfseiy xac of JX A tCtlttatt Fiysiaanidoithesjtitetorr a ard itar 1 use vtf their pracfire asd- auay cf rhFaiaestoeSts Versufc prcfcwfcm itrs emiaentcf Ae ftaa alt parts of the cocstrr testify ta ttt nsifora sueess la fact it neTer- I1 It his freqneotry bra to ciulA- p rnasasafepB7atiTeotsaspcctracte cJiirhirr rilTrt lwiriHj- fnf tKtttMl relief awarded Great caatxxt mast ke osed by every pvrchaer to t e ti vs jadfs ia one Kve aaa t etaruae bottle he bsrscfu The stcaie aaag cf FAHNeroCK is cot yugde Tt fifTfttly MttaHai inmas are tJ A AHssTCCX ass ce saniirri wix aotsue uic New FRASrujf Kowars Co Mo CAXSRT3CZM Messrs Schwartz iS Hasl tr Pilliburr-- Pa GetleitnT lat esed sotae yf that most excellent rem 1 la bt iPracxce far muv years I Iut- a brsttaacy ha edy B A Fifinetraca s v enrutczr aad wuad caa cot desired eSect I think your Veraiis ta all cases where a Vcrsfv H afeded peases wia a any laany ram J-thos k iiarnyr m o W VERMIFUGE ar aad wie i jszatsrt ear es tnascy tna nit --- --f iat zra Haaiatltbj - nczm-safctycedi- i TOIOiT STE2ZT3 U r phwidtt ann wifln At IX A UU J HUBBAitD tB A to Fahnestoclcs son It D co Piitskix FtnStli PrtfcMn j ysars the xalue of your rernedy prompt tag ce to lav in reply to yeur request wlat I taow to Sir I waire a rale I Hare observed far Priee 1 Six bottles 35 Prepared by Dr Aver Co Lowell HS3 U S A C J i ja Jadge Hazelrlgg of Montgomery has The no whiskey men of Atlanta Ga JAAY iritMrawafrom the content for theCom have won after a struggle of a year At HAZEL GREEN KY Pleas Judgeship thus insuring the mianignt j une iJU all saloons were closed etecDaa ot Hon Thomas bcott of Madi- - i f0 Pev ISAAC MURPHY Prop 5 HOUSE Xf c xegaiiar jLeicoerauc nominee is supplied ith the The ia the pflgee the support of himself and TVhen nature falters and requires help Markettable evervattentiobeivenbest enest and to I recruit her enfeebled energies with Dr to Mr Scott Rates reasonable taduced dc to test it ia tay faHy The rexulu nave been eatjrely satistactcry I He first case was i ia vakb I bclirre every ysxrs staadt2 cf resiedy -- ad beca tfiedvIA tecsporary re- fenoHef the chills returning pericdlcallyandseeriiEgly Your cure broke then at with iscTexsed siTertty once aad there has beea eo recarrence of theta for tasre taaa six aocthx The other cms ras of a nilder fona aad yielded store readily to other reraedies but the chUIs weald return at lrteryals until yea aiediciae was ased since which date now several raonths they have entirely disappeared Frata the opportunity I hare had to judge f do act hesitate to exprcs av belief that yoar Chill Cure is a valuable spectsc and perrorass ail yoc process j Very rcspectfaHy j fori i of your Chill Cure The private isscrancci f ti its tSfects r eSIcscy 1 hai ao the Kocd results had oMerred on Mr R- - W Merediti ihofcr racre tbaa Sfteca years has been foremaa of my cfEce Cincinnati NEW ENTERPRISE AT CAifPTON iifcfc C 1 B SWAN CO DEAXES I 1- KY flllf au - ii have in operation in a few davs a first class wir V ft x- The undersigned bfg leave to announce fkjt rkk tnvl jiv tucuu r uunuouu GENERAL MERCHANDISE skeps co--Tvyr- and vrill be prepared to fard yocrarool in the bert manner and and at eatisfactory Bring your wool and have it carded price -- Fo ialc br J T wMHAIDElfAN AV Day will have charge of the earding machine and knetring bun to be an experienced In fact everything aanally kept ia a arU elas caucsrr wore sad zt S0ITtrlBICEfct carder we feci that we can sive saxisfac- - Also will take in exchange for Goods 6r ia paTmes anv dwide tiin Respeetfullv at Mad- - of ountry Produce and Xtvt Stock ci ererv asenpnaz CENTER SMALLEY Mr James Drake Staple and Fancy Dry Coeds Ready made Clothing Hats Caps Boots Shoes Queensware Tinware Hardware Table and Pocket Cutlery Grocer- Â¬ ies Stoves and Farming Implements HAZEL GEEEN- - KEXTTCKY ox hikiv x voirrEEXT or iT mi 4i i tf - jfc Use t 4 itici 5 9ti Eev Hf LTaTeof Mt Sterling will arrive here on Monday night next on Tufday vjsij the Sunday school workers advertisements inserteiH of HazerGreen and on Wednesdav visit ilrTHciithhjH r7S ceiH Wr first iraertioir aad US Campton in the interest of Sunday schools On Thursday 15th in3t there A L9vlr aa vukxM papier IMBW Jl will be a Sunday school Convention held i JT rT iiLi in Hazel Green and it is earnestly de-m m Ave Xa4cker ease ya xr re I M1 luatuvw uunisier ana an fiunoav 1 wm VBmbiipiiiiii schol superintendents be present Tlie hhck aKvu object of the convention is to creates greater interest in Sunday school work HAZEL CREEN KT JULY 7 1SSG and to appoint delegates to the State Tfi3ESDAX Sunday school Union which will be held --- S 3MS at Louisville August 17th ISth and TJJKE TALE 19th This is a noble work the results ot which cannot but be for the promotion of 22 rainwtes St4ari Sterling timeslower than tft parents religion Tnorals and society All therefore who are interrsted in llaares osteal nag M arrives the welfare of their children present and at RsikvjjII at 840 a future should attend this convention ieaw JUikwell t 9 a x arrives at JfiSterling at HL50 ju at Ttev D H Fallen of the Christian OeviM JitSterlUg at 140 p m rt- Church of this place received a pound- Â¬ t rtV fi 1Rlth Wrtll iM lii u XvUfteXeikweli at 345pxarrivesj ing last Saturday which he will remem- Â¬ ber as long as he lives but 2eaetitg at Mt Sterfiar with 1105 a all he got The way of it washe deserved about this M trains oh C k O railway Several of the ladies of his Jc si congregation 5W Lexuigtew OincIsiHtti aad Loattville concluded to A eHeotB at Mi Sterliag with 1U05 A tion of useful surprise him with a donaand ornamental household X irai m C O Trow the East and L36 articles So on Saturday last two yXtnua frm Leakrille aad Cincinnati wagons loaded with members of his conMtttttgosiery caaty court dav special leaves Seta well o the 3rd Monday is each gregation and each passenger carrying t738 xJE arriviag t Mt Sterling some tokea their t J AJC Jtetrai iecv ML SterUal to his home of Coflee appreciation went sugar bacon and fc 3 Rotkwell at 430 P-r JC arririag at Mt many other articles in this way reached Xfcvs 3UkweB far Sterling at 5 P M- - him and every one who contributed w UJEO B HAMPER Sapt the happier therefor while the recipient will thus be encouraged to greater exertions In their behalf J -- y3 election is procured Mr Marrs I do not J T Coons passed through this place know but from all accounts he will perhaps Friday last just returning from Hot Springs make a good prosecutor Never did a con Â¬ Ark where he has been for his health He vention go oft1 with so much satisfaction on is now apparently well all sides as did this one The only thing Miss Addie Hanks of Campton passed that teuds to mar the peace and harmony of through this place Sunday last en route to the convention was that Mr S H Patricks Frenchburg to visit friends and relatives claims for the nomination for Attorney were Married On the 20th Billie Shoinaker IS WARRANTED to cure Fever and notpresaed or considered by the convention to Miss Sarah Robinson Rev J W Ken Ague Intermittent or ChiH Fever Re Â¬ as should have been He claims a seat now dric officiating 1 mittent Fever Dumb Ague Bilious Fever in the rear of the Democratic party Dem Â¬ If rumor be correct I think Twill soon Dengue or uBreak bono Fever Liver ocrats Jook well to your footsteps When have an opportunity of helping to eat an Complaint and all diseases arising from BiiUiBA Jane it comes to having our best meu take a seat other cake Malarial poisons in the rear of the party to satisfy a few who FROM THE SAME wish to corrupt the party our Deniocracy Morpers S C July 9 1884 Spradling July 2 The Sabbath will begin to fail The principles that were Jfor eighteen months sitf-put forth by Gen Jackson which were pure school which was organized at this place gcw hjukku ynvuit uiao xevcr time since is auite a success it Demg and uncorruptible during ita infancy will a snort be blasted and the blood staiued banner of well attended by the people generally ail j having Chills every other day Â¬ Democracy will no more triumph of whom manifest creat interest 7 aju i ajter iryMvg uunuios rsmcuies There was a family row between one of Mr S H Hursts two daughters Misses recommended to cure used a Lizzie aud Dulcina and two or three other our neighbor men and women last Tuesday night in which knives and forks were freely bottle ofAyers Ague Cure and younj ladies were in town yesterday being used but no one seriously hurt examined for certificates to teach school have never since had a chill The young ladies are efficient scholars for John M Fulks dropped his pocket book EDWIJi HARPER teachiug school and are very nice and soci Â¬ containing a small sum of money into able Thev have attended Prof Dickeys Stillwater last Monday and now looks like PREPAUED BY school at tils place three or lour terms and he had let a bird go Co LowU Dr J C Ayer Wash Kelly of Knott county naSsed being instructed by such an able man ought through here Sunday and left his subscrip Id by all Druggists to be fully capable of teaching Our county ia wide awake on matters of education and tion lor xhe herald Dr J H Stamper passed through here has been opening her eyes for the last four ST F BRINKLKY W B URCBBS Â¬ years The time is not far distant when last week en route to Hot Spriugs Ark The farmers are now about ready to lay Breathitt will have the best or as good schol- Â¬ Phceba Jane ars as any county in Eastern Kentucky We by their corn GRTJBBS have an able set of examiners Mr A C Successors to Brinkley Co Â¬ Red River June 30 James Cecil Baker and W E Bryant Both are well and Willis Heury of Morgan county who versed in the common school branches and have been hauling logs for the Messrs Fitts Manufacturers and Wholesale Dealers in is several of the higher branches hav returned home They sold their wag Col Bennet H Young of Louisville wag onsand teams consisting of six yoke of ox- Â¬ in at our Sunday school last Sunday en to the Messrs Fitts for 675 and was verv much nleased to meet such Wheat in this neighborhood has about all men in the Sunday school He gave a lec been cut and the yield is good ture to the children m the evening tie is Â¬ James B Brown who has been hauling Tinware Tinners Stock Sheet Iron here with others showing some gentlemen logs has returned home from Hcotland the country through- - which Born To tW wife of J B Rose on June Japnnnecl Tinware a Specialty run Ray 5 hojg of til place ought to organ The Celestina which was given as a the K TJ railroad is to Cal Wyatt will be 30th a son 6G2 W Main St aud 201 to 209 Seventh The funeral of Mr present to some one of our subscribers ae bK 5 ball club of Street Green B Back ot Quicksand reached Sunday July 18th The cause S E II Prk Ira Profit Trill begia teaching fell toand here is his receipt for it Re- Â¬ E is death was overwork Mills LOUISVILLE KY ws uutwwc ucaooi next jaonaay ceived of Spencer Cooper the Celestina Rousseau June 25 At and John I am located at Hazel Green and will re Collins the caught a all kinds Joka 1C Roe and infe of Stillwater given away by The Hazel Greek Her Â¬ large eoon on noted fox hunters These boys main about one month I towill doprofession S J GRATJMAN JAS A BHUTTLEWORfn Wednesday last ray of REPAIRING relative Greek B Back ald speat Suaday with relatives at thw place These beautiful and exquisitely toned are almost professional in that line and we Charges reasonable I also keep a supply GRAUMAN SHUTTLEWOBTH they will continue the good work of WATCHES and JEWELRY such al Several of tic young people of this instruments are sold by Mrs Emily hope Bracelets Necklaces Lace Pins Solid Gold Prof J place attended the picnic near Ezel last Tripp 519 Fourth Avenue Louisville Lee HaginsWise Hagins David F HaginsÂ¬ Rings I can furnish anything in the line Manufacturers and Jobbers of and Miss Elizabeth Hagins reand if any of our readers wish to pur- Â¬ turned home from Cumberland College of SILVERPLATED WARE and save yon Saturday3 5 chase one they can order through this Hose Hill Lee county Va last week 2T moner I will take in exchange foranv We came very near missing an issue office or send direct to her where they George mv line OLD SILVER and GOLD us thingin WATCHES JEWELRY repaired ahut two greeks since on account of one may obtain any music or musical instru- Â¬ Thursday Patrickis of Jacksona was with for Allme will be sold for charges Ac not called S now on canvass He by if William GoaL ment County Court Clerk has a pleasant smile for in thirty days unless other agreements and will probably succeed are made I also have a lot of beautiful The trustees of this school district Castcy of Grassy paaeed tbrougk Joseph G Arnett of WhitakervilJe pass Â¬ liere Monday ea route to Irvine to be have secured Sam J Salyer of West ed through here on Sunday the 20th mst Souvenir Photograph Albums The ladies Hoping to Liberty to teach the public school at en route home from Rose Hill College Va are especially invited to callremain yours exaatied for a pension receive a liberal patronage I this place In their selection of Mr Bamford White of Irvine is now on a truly J T GEVEDON Jeweler 005 W Main Street Salyer the trustees have shown them- Â¬ canvass of this couuty for the nomination of Dr Waller liptoa reauests us to ask LOUISVILLE KY lua friend to address him at Hazel selves eminently fitted for their duties Commonwealths Attorney and that they have selected a teacher in Thomas Williams of Oakley Magoffin THE NEW AND ELEGANT Green instead of Jackson CW every way suitable is patent to all con- Â¬ county is visiting his brother-in-laH1CH ARM BOB NUNNELLY The right man in the right Minix WITH U Tke Wolfe County Jaadtaie trill te cerned 51 Eliott Howard of Daisy Dell has gone on 1eld at Campion commencing Jul v the place goes without denial in this case and we predict that the school will be an a business trip to Mt Sterling CO v C B McQuinn bought of Sam Patton one immease success while well done thou Guess SEWING MACHINE faithful servant will be the greeting yoke of oxen at 70 WHOLESALE SADDLERY Sam will receive from each patron at market at S160 to lS5 for new and Quicksand Mills June 29 H W IS THE BEST BUY 2TO OTHER the close of the session L75 fariry ajad well cured HouosheJl while on an electioneering canManufacturers of J L Dunlap vass fell from his horse throwing his ankle J B Dunlap The number of the Southern Bivouac out of socket The doctors J B ltoark Jjm Pieratt f e TJstedKSampton W G Barrett Saddles Harness c Ifoada last en bJae66 Several of for July is unusually full of good things and Minerva Hounshell replaced it and Morton Cassedy has an interesting arti- Â¬ Harve will soon recover 72Sand730 oarxtia akl attended County Court cle on the and dealers in Tappist Monastery in this Miss Mattie Combs will begin teaching W Main St tkera State Major J M Wright gossips about school at this place in a short time We Saddlery Hardware much success and 3rs Emma E aHs of this place has Old Army Service the editors table has wish her good accomplished hope there will thanks for abdwi of delicious chow a sensible disquisition on newspaper in Â¬ be great LOUISVILLE KY IZiMKilBnlny 01 Mattie Wilson daughter of Jackey Wil- yaBllttflK i Vili chow a relish that the gods would fain ventions of great meu and Opie Reed fell pbsoeasl and others furnish good poems Major son eight from a swing pver a cliff a distance EOHGE DOLL feet Besides of De Fountains article on the attack of had both arms broken many bruises she WITH 3Crs jtfary Greenwade and family left Sumter Dr Oswalds account of South- Â¬ Mrs Samantha Back is lying at the point ThHia4av bkwjbImf lor a visit to ern resorts Miss Cunninghams story Go Rosenberg Flexner hxx father J G Trimble and familr at and other good things gp with the rest to of death with consumption Another tide in Quicksand and still rai Mt iSiorliag make the Bivouac delightful reading Successors toRosonberg Nathau SFIexnor ing E J Kn- If yo- want ja first class sewing ma MORGAN COUNTY WHOLESALE There will be a grand annual picnic ciiiae call at this office In the mean Â¬ held at Zachariah in Lee county July Grassy Creek July 2 Rev Lean time do tkt fail to read the Jenny June 23d and 24th Dancing Friday Friday der Lacy will commence a meeting on Sat- Â¬ advertisement in this issue AND night Saturday and Saturday night at urday before the fourth Sunday in July at ten cents a set Music by a first clas Church near James R FAVORITE because Jonathan Childerswill commence his band There will be a grand march at the Grassy Creekcontinue the services for The LADIESRTJJSriCfrNa Roses and will 712 axd 714 South Side Main it is LIGHT and does school at the mouth of Hollr the dis 1 oclock from the grounds to Jlev Ira ncveral days euch beautiful work Agents Pavor trict recently subtracted from Breathitt Wells store Dinner will be served at The rain has ceased and the wheat harvest itebecause it is a quick and oasy seller Bet 7th 8th coanty on Monday July 12th 12 oclock at 25 cents and there will also is over Farmers are very busy clearing the LOUISVILLE KX be all kind of refreshments on the weeds out of their corn and owing to the AGENTS WASTED 1HDMCDPIKD TERRITORY Cox who is S2 years old grounds 2vb whisky allowed Strictly continued wet weather they are as numer- Â¬ junt Louisa has Just returned from a visit to her goou oraer will be entorceu by a full ous as the sands of the sea shore GEORGE E TUCK WITH R M Oldficld and J C Bryant of Black force of marshals Admission free HUFFAKER WHITE GREEN water passed through this week on their JUNE MANUFACTURING CO she spent a week very pleasantly nhere way to Dicks Glory with a wagon load of r Wholesale Dealers in The attention of School Commission Cor La Salle Ayenne and Ontario Street Bro Xendall the pastor ijlJed the pul Â¬ ersis directed to the advertisement Pre- - wool to have converted into rolls CHICAGO ILL Rev pit at tive Methodist Church here last Eared to Teach Institutes and if they Branch H H Little preached at the Toms Church last Saturday evening and Sttaday preachiag good sermons morn-ia-- g R L White j Glfi West Main Street not secured a teacher for their In- Â¬ y aiid evening The congregations stitutes they should write to Prof San- Â¬ Sunday morning and at Shelcon McKineys Prepared lo Teach institutes J B - Green on Sunday evening A- Huflaker j LOUISVILLE KY J were very good ders and secure his services at once He Wm M Henrys nife has been confined is the best teacher in Eastern Kentucky to her bed for six weeks and when last Joka Patrick of Jackson was a gupst Elder Sweeney of Paris savs of him heard from was no better Prof Academy Booneville of the Pieratt House last Wednesday I have known Prof A Sanders for Your correspondent will attend the picnic Of Booncville A SANDERS Ky The Old Reliable night en route home from Frankfort thirty years he is a gentleman scholar on Black water tomorrow and will plead The announces that he is prepared to TEACH where heVkd TSeea for the past two and a christian Besides he is a teacher Heralds cause INSTITUTES during the months of July saoaths apbig timbor Old Aunt Zarilda Nickell of Ezel is very and August and will guarantee satisfaction of long experience and eminent qualifi- Â¬ toT I PROPRIETORS in every instance The Montgomery couuty cations Get him to teach your Insti- Â¬ ick at Wm Yocurau on Blackwater institute of 1885 says of him We tender dsiri nj to t ach scljoul in tute Mrs Alice wife of James A Lacy is very Prof Sanders our sincere thanks for the low and is gradually growing wcaker Wolfe cKiniy will attend stCsmpton earnest manner in which he has labored for Col H C Lilly of Estill county On the Wing gaftifjltty Jal y If th where the examin On Commission instruction and express our iagbdard will meet for the purpose of whose announcement for Circuit Judge Maytown July 2 R A Childers ourthe efficient manner in which approbationÂ¬ he has conof Mountain men will do well to consult us of this district appears in The Herald extaclning applicants has just had some of the best two horse ducted the exercises before offering stock for sale as we believe today is a lawyer of some thirty years wagons put up that can be found Eastern Charges reasonable and made known in It will be to their interest JL T Xaltenbrun who has been clerk experience well and favorably known Kentucky which be will sell cheap for cash on application Address PROF A SANDERS Caarky little at Jackson was a throughout district and considered one or young stock It will pay any one wish- Â¬ GIVE US A TRIAL Booneville Owsley County Ky j3ay Houee Sunday He of the best lawyers in Eastern Kentucky ing a wagon to call and see him before pur- Â¬ gaattef the andgyou will stop withu every time was mm route for Frankfort and left on lie is a sober moral industrious gentle- Â¬ chasing elsewhere f man and if elected would compare faÂ¬ Jordan Wills brought a grand curiosity to Che stage Moaday morning P ROGERS v i vorably with any Judge in the State this office in the shape of a mayapple On WITH one stem were six well developed apples Two little girls of this place were He was Colonel of the 14th Kentucky Jord says he has lots of them on his farm jBirrelfat when one said to the other Federal Cavalry during the late war and that it is caused by the ground being so Yoa tkwk youre aomebodv because SHIPLEY DOISY CO rich Bro Kendall of the Methodist Church yoiVe Jiag to Mt Sterling dont you 1 David Cottle of West Liberty is with his family is now occupying the his daughthr Mrs J 11 Mcuuire visiting Gacss I can go to Campion too at this parsonage at this place recently erected place Uncle Dave is 77 years old and one Tin Dr Taalbeeof this place will through his efforts The good people of of the best preserved men at that age we piiw aocopi oar thanks for a mess of the community should each contribute ever saw It is a medicinal preparation and at 6a rosh caoambers Mrs T certainly something towards making life in a par E B May has just returned from Bath the same time an elegant and cleanly toilet 4 ksowshow to gladden the editorial heart sonage pleasant and that all may have a county where he has been to see his wife article Its action upon the scalp is health Â¬ sad te would there were more like her chance a pound party seems appropriate He says she is thought to be a little better ful It nourishes the glands which support Take something a pound of coffee sugar but is still quite ill Cor 4th and Elm Streets Millard Rule traveling salesman What has become of the telephone soap starch a sack of flour according clothiag house in Cincinnati was in for a tho hair and causes thin dry hair to be vigorous It restores thick CINCINNATI OHIO lin from Jackson to Mfc Sterling We to your means and you will feel better yesterday and sold R A Childers atown comecolor soft and to nice locks which have the of youth asped to eoaneet with it at Camp for having done so had Lick Skillet bill of clothinjr become faded with ago or disease and toa utc thiak the people would sub relieves and cures itching caused by AVers Ague Cure is a powerful tonic reasonable sum for that purpose acrioea MENIFEE COUNTY humors of the scalp Dr George Gray bitter composed wholly or vegetable subÂ¬ Nashua JT H writes Charley Bwaagolast week killed a stances Its action is peculiar prompt It gives me Frenchburg July 2 Our new jail bird which very much resembles the and powerful breaking up the chill cur- Â¬ has been completed and the magistrates pleasure to testify to the wonderful effect aotorak Whatever its species it was ing the fever and expelling the poison were convened and received it last Saturday produced by Halls Vegetable Sicilian Hair no were more than satisfied with the work from the system yet a worr rare specimen Indeed whore we- or unpleasant effect leavingthe harmful Theywe think we have the best jail in the Renewer as observed by me in very many and upon was bloodcutoifiiBTeg for a trophy it patient cases It restors the Sufferers from chills and fever who have State It was built byMo Pauley Jail Build- Â¬Â¬ THE HAIR will certainltCOLOR It rare t TO ITS ORIGINAL and if our neighing Co of St Louis Has attained a standard of excellence whic used quinine as a remedy will appreci- Â¬ boring counties have to build new jails we cleanses the head of dandruff and leaves admits of no superior Rev Dr Williamsoa preached at the ate this It contains every improvementthatlnventlv think they can do no better than to contract the hair soft glossy and beautiful F T Sunday and the Betboaleai Church last genius skill and money can produce with that company and secure the services Sandhein 1010 Spruce St Philadelphia A singing school was organized at this of John a Scott to superintend it David meeting at that place will be continued After unavallingly trying week He will preach here piace last Sunday with Dr J B Taul Miles is the only occupant of the new struc- Â¬ Pa writes through the a number of preparations to prevent my night Sunday and Sun Â¬ bee as musical director The object is ture at present aext Saturday hair from falling out and realizing that I Samuel Free who shot himself sometime to select a choir but there was enough day night was fast becoming bald I tried as a last material for a ream Doc wanted us to since while aoogmg u a Harsnais na recovered and was last Saturday taken resort Hairs Hair Renewer I have used and Lillie accompanied by their sing alto but it was alto gether too much about Commissioner Wood at Mt Sterling Lulie beforo only four bottles of the Renewer and am Day left Wednesday last to undertace However wnen it came and held to answer a charge of silling liT father quor Failinc to give bond he is now in perfectly satisfied Jiat It Is the best prepa Â¬ Ularaana iaxner x to the refrain we took a leading part for a visit toJdiss ration In the market for checking the jail at that place B Day at the mouth of Frozen Creek Dont forget to be on hand next Wed-Â¬ The next Diggeif jod in our town to falling out of hair invigorating the hair aad will be absent a week ia Breathitt nesdav with vour stock It is the regu building the jail was that of Uncle Harry roots and promoting a new growth or ten days Jim Williams garden lar stock sale day at this place Reports Cassity hoeing outhard work he succeeded After several days goou Mrs Cane consort of JeSl Carr who irom ijOUlsviiie quote what ueavy catwt in completing it yesterday evening bearing this mobkbh tmmSBSnKKISlStS mmmmmmmmmm t Higgins of Breathitt at the Green- Â¬ was killed several years ago died at her at 475 to 490 but Sterling market we mst She will have on the Mt in a fit of verwade House Tueiday evening xesideace near Ezel on the 1st Thpso Organs are celebrated for volume Â¬ FOR THE tigo fell against a stone causing a severe was a coewstent christian lady and be do not pretend to know uality of tono quick response artistic design contusion on his forehead icaHty in llniah perfect construction making loved by all who Icnew her She leaves Everybody was delighted with the Dr Williamson has been with ns the past horn tho moat desirable oreans for homes her loss tea children to mourn chools churches lodges societies etc Ezel picnic and the general verdict was week He held services atatthe Presbyte rian Church on Sunday and night during commends itself to all who have occasion ESTABJaISfIEI BEPUTATIOJIT were on their best behavior The attention of our readers is Invited that all the week-UXEQVAXED FACILITIES to use a dye for the beard or mustache Thos P Collinsworth has been making to the advertisement For One Month two trips each day on this end of the hack It will change gray faded or sandy COUNTY has some fine jewelry and BREATHITT Mr Gevedon BEST 31 ATEBIAI whiskers to a beautiful brown or black buying 510 verv k gelling goods low Those will receive Jackson- July 2 At the convention line this week with full loads each trip MAKE THIS COMBINED as desired The colors produced are from him worth of WOLFE COUNTY Thursday July 1st for the cannot he washed natural aud lasting It held here last ORGAH The Herald free for one year of nominating candidates for Circuit contains no destructive ingredients Jurposeand Commonwealths Attorney for Spradling June 25 W T Day off cheap safe convenient to use and Is Mrs Marv Coulter who has been vis this 19th Judicial District Hon J Bam Â¬ passed through our little village last Tues Instruction Books and Piano Stools Caskey of effectual Staag lier sister Mrs W T ford White of Estill ws nominated for dav with J H Brown charged with raoou before going ataloguea and Price Lists on application rBSS he PREPARED BY th place for several months past and Judge and James Marrs Esq of Letcher Â¬ shining whichtime confessedmoonshiners to who endeared herself to many of the for Attornev Mr White is a very nice gen- I think it is for itfor the he stopped and X F HALL CO Nashua H H TJ 3 A CHICAGO COTTAGE ORGAN CO has ihe hint look well to ladies f this place while here left for tleman and will no doubtby enforcing the take sooner the better to say Pay take Sold by all dealers in medicines We yi Randolph and Ann Sts CHICAGO at Crestline Cherokee county interests of the districtjustice to all if the the all hit them Jaws and dealing ojit Kxmm on June 20th fUOELGXEEN ItEEMiD ff CLOSING OUT Ague Cure OP AVERS llTn SAU - j - -- wmM Â¬ Dry Goods I ae s tA I CARPETS OIL CLOTHS CLOTHDfGc at 0 E WILLMOTS THE BIGGEST BARGAINS EVER HEARD OF Building BOOTS SHOES HATS Come Early and Get Choice C E WHLLMOT Notions Ku Reese MT STERLING KY FRANK OOUVION JOHN t A GROSSMAN F SCHUCirrEK GO OF BRIKKLEY -- -- STOVES LOGALNEWS Wtails AS fi GROSSMAN GOUVIOM WHOLESALE MANUFACTURERS Harness c Co MA BRIDLES For One MonthI 74 and 76 Main Street Â¬ CINCINNATI O pfc JT IImtm dill DUNLAP BROS NITS 11 8 HAZEL GREEN KY HENRY FiPIERATT Proprietor Hies Vehicles ant Horses zaost reasonable teres Satiac tion will be given at all times aad those wishing to hire a HORSE aad BUGGY or a SADDLE HORS will find it to their interest to con Â¬ sult me HORSES BOARDED by the single meal day week or month When you visit Hazel Greea pat your horso up with me and you will have it well cared for Mit m v rat BE Mwifcii ts VWSSJ Sj bhtfuttBA For Hire at all tisaes asd om tke w -- IStiiitiwefiyedays JENNIE JUNE Â¬ aS Whea you waat fchre ye fan nirs irom me ior ao soar aau ayday er week or longer j per PARTIES COMVEYED TO ANY POINT IN EASTERN KENTUCKY ON REASONABLE TERMS Give me a call when you need anything in my lnae Vr respectfully to H F PIERATT or Â¬ G JUDY OLDHAM JUDY DEALERS IN Successors to HANLY lat Mount Sterling Ky - BOOTS SHOES Hardware dueensware Stoves Grates Plows c Sole Agents for the World Renowned TENNESSEE WAGONS The Best and Cheapest Wagon on Wheels The Trade of Wolfe and adjoining counties ia respectfully solicited Boots and Shoes ADAM BAUM Keeps Constantly on hand a Large and well se lected Stock of Phoenix Stables Robinson Jones Penit iaor Buy and Sell Horses Which he sells Wholesale and Eetail as Cheap as they can he bought in the State Give him a call and be convinced that yoii can do as well in Mt Sterling as anywhere else you may go I B 1UI USE J N H TRIMBLE ROBT M TRIMBLE - HALLohair f RENEWER iDRY TRIMBLE BROS WHOLESALE GROCERS AND DEALERS IN ki GOODS CHICAGO COTTAGE ORGAN Flour Provisions Salt Nails OilSj Powder Field and Garden Seeds Mt Sterling Ky They carry the largest stock and do the largest business of any house in Mt Sterling For Sale Wishing to engage in other business that will require mv whole time 1 offer for sale that valuable and well established hotel property known as the SV Livery McWilliams NEW MT STERLING Co Sale and Feed SiaMe KY PIERATT HOUSE Drovers and Traders1 Htadxtriefs J Â¬ Buckinghams Dye WHISKERS Â¬ Â¬ smtlfe dealers which has enjoyed a very liberal share of The attention of horse a the public patronage for 20 years past The ij especially invited to our facilititw for th house contains 14 rooms 10 of them being handling oi stock aad we invite ali traders supplied with grates besides a dining room of Wolfe and adjoinlag coaaiies t call oa A large us when in the citv 10 feet long and a good kitchen commodious stable and enclosed shed and will hold 30 horses A very rich garden spot of Y to of an acre with raapberriea H GILLIS gooseberries plums apule and peach treei Â¬ and a fine asparagus bed A well filled icehouse smoke house chicken house and coal house constitute the outbuildings There is on the place two never failing wells of W McOord Aydetotte 1 - pure watrr The propertv can be bought with or with Â¬ out the furniture at a bargain and on easy terms Anv one wishing to pnrchase may J H PIERATT Proprietor address Hazel Green Ky or THE HERALD WHOLESALE PHE POPULAR KENDALL HOUSE Corner Main and PREsroNscrRQ Stb WEST LIBERTY KY HATTERS No 613 West Maxs LOUISVILLE txeet KY t Mrs EC Kendall - Proprietress W hoe 1 - The table it supplied with the best the market affords Experienced hand in charge D UY your paper eavtsloi c at 1 dt pencils of stable Cuurgei reasonable W t k da iSJL JfciSLaft-p- T rr - f ISEfe Jfct t by JbrifflBN BJBEAHX years ago and instead of passing it asÂ¬ coute sac aaa oroiignt it tOrwarU in the Does - wPMJCBBt 000P9K f reprtetee iirMt Brimff f- t - SSKTDpKTJ fessor himself but h jaever forgave He rcTlMcred her in his mind as her appreciation of her talents to carry him efeNI em- - it Everyone had forgotten the inridnnt long ago except Alicia and tiie PVo sembled utess and made the most of DOUBT tire type of an esneciallv dsaoreeable woman and solemnly warned Arcturus ene say 01 tne danger of allowing h3 too lar 3m SIS away - aimr Whne aftec 1 f5 JM oee iwat drear Autureu time all redolent with awkile 3a4ay8e0ae Wwe mock a wltk their brie ferigfet swttc Aaa finmnior semes feat eacc araln to van ree ypSimtcftmnwo lsut e sfeect At wWtker ojtbeytakisin Jm -- taelrnasa Sie tdo Ttormllet Eye wax bet toea heart beat a slower lime fa the work that seems bo xiaic re- - we bare welcoracd Wfiiaot stay them jutsslag ever paes- jTE eattagltottr Uvea wax shorter as tbjy JLWwwghVe CBsbte attic gatherlnc shad- laawatarenaf and tide what none iray knew O iKe ot ask thy dower I sot take ob me thv wean pain Hty eares sever were by me demanded hayisc Jived I wrould not live a rnln vml woalal fain be given n ldcr knowledge cartaLfac not darkly tbrougn a to eight dim Re oft by Me see the way I pass 1 J1 is-Tkere te so raashine ltere without a shadow o anile that Las not itsswirt iollowing tear jobitea that Is not paid for by a sorrow xkat casts before as there no land Its shade of mortal fear oh life where we are happy i Sale la the knowledge that our blesslnzs are That love is real lifes best Joys unending ixmd the terrors of same Judgment i answer far the shadows grim - bar Xeae and JLreeMent with the silence of the dead The dea that are bo quiet safe untroubled ot kawlag Mght within their cburch- yara ksdl Oh caa A keSfcat aV our Jives but lead us Ta afeare theraHeee where pastures sleep TkatXife himself doth yield our only har Â¬ vest Asd what we sow we here alone may reap 14 ikyet crs Tt -- t All ike Year Hound pgAsi outwitted Baroko Its Disciple Falls Before Artless Girlhood The professor of mathematics taught jgic ie few of the girls at the ncad tfee older girls who were going in many examinations His real name ior was Brandon but none of the students called Trim Professor Brandon except to 3iis face Even logical girls will invent nicknames They called nlni Bafoto adlt was considered a good joke b 4he iMtiatod pi sayrthat Baroko was in fciswoEst mood Nearly All the teach Â¬ ers at the academy were honored with 3iew titles flattering or unflattering and generally containing some refer- Â¬ ence to their particular branches of in Â¬ struction The science master Mr Maddison had been called Sirius nntil ome especially Intclliirent member of the class that dealt with the ecliptes parallaxes and the like discovered that Sirius was the dog star It was felt that nothing less than a constellation or a planet would do for Mr Maddison lie was so universally popular so from Sirius his name passed to Arsturus or sentimentally the Bright One or even The Archangel The amount of adoration that was lavished on Arcturu was incalculable but luckily he was a modest young fellow enough and it did not turn his head The girls could never understand why Arcturus had anything to do with Baroko They were excellent friends though Baroko was as generally disliked s Arcturus was admired He looked too old perhaps though he was ten or fifteen years younger than he looked to be fascinating But a worse drawback was that though he never got vexed he was given to making the jnost bitter re- Â¬ marks in the coolest blandest of tones A aatr who wishes to be unpopular can iottdo better ihan keep his temper and be sarcastic One polished sentence docs Hiore to make his pupils hate him than a dozen ebullitions of wrath So far as learning went the logical girls1 were very tidvanced They knew a little about statics a little about anatomy they were alwavs knowing and Jorgeitiflff again the difference be tweeiifthe cerebrum and the cerebellum Ittwasan exceptional class There ivas only one backward girl in it and she was not stupid but logic seemed to burn hertbrain It was Molly Drummond She was bright enough at music and drawing and history and literature and could even write bad verses in the albums of the other girls Her arith- Â¬ metic truly was a failure she owned in fact frankly enough to the arithmetic master who was not Professor Bran Â¬ don that the other girls always did her snns for her but she considered it sufficient expiation of this offense that she did tlieir essays for tliem The morality 6f the average schoolgirl is hazy Would she do the sums bv herself for once Yes certainly Mollv would do any thing she was aked to do swidjshe did They were wrong all of them They were more than wrong they were ridiculous Eidcntly tffc girl seventeen too did not know her multiplication table As f or logic ahe had as clear a head for it as ony one when he chose But she did not choose She disliked the logical girls whose virtues afflicted her with too painful a sense of contrast and she consoled herelf with the reflection that she could outstrip them if she liked also that she dressed more tastefully and was prettier than any of them except Alicia Hargreavcs Alicia was nineteen tall and dark and hand- Â¬ some with a fine figure and eyeglasses gold ones Nearly all the logical girls wore eyeglasses except thoso who wore spectacles and they were tubject most of them to headaches and neural Â¬ gia Molly was exceptional in having excellent sight and bcalth and a fresS 3olor She was not beautiful but her face was very charming with its laugh Â¬ ing yet earnest dark gray vytis Her figure was lithe and rounded and she walked well and seemed to dance by in Â¬ stinct Altogether a winning girl with a womans power of passion and of sjpathy a greater favorite with the teacaers in spite of her idleness than Alicia who was first in every thin Alicia was Teally intellectual and coufd Ttaderstand satire more or less Brandon never eren Prof victim bee bis She was teo unimpeachable Neverthe Â¬ less they were not attached to each other There was even as Molly Drum BfrGttd soon discovered an enmity be twea tfaem veiled by an exceeding ur TMifcifcv both sides Alicia was not to 1 iu The fact was she had fcKlU a purely technical error cy -- Dont be captivated mvdear fel- kwM he said lightly by her interest in ih megatnermmi A woman has no real admiration for chunks of old red saudstOttc You are vounir and hand some and Miss Alicia persuades herself that she has a great liking for paleon- sno wiogy it is uie paleontologist bot- Â¬ likes my friend The same with any She brought you a camelia the other day I think to ask you if it were an exaaiple of centripetal inflorescence Certainly If I had been young and handsome she would never have rooted out that unlucky The profecsor paused and sighed She would have sworn mat liarbara was Ueiarentv I don t understand logic safcljkhis companion lookins up with a laueh Baroko was two inohag the taller beans nve icet eleven aaa pa ntmiy gaunU Areturus was young And hanasome as the professor said and be was more- Â¬ over a wonderfully winning fellow Wlrdo you talk so he proceeded You know you are not really cynical I object to Miss Alicia returned theprpfessor snappishly Beware of her Frank my young friend She gives herself the airs of a Senior Wrangler I have a new pupil said Maddison good naturedly chanirng the subject Miss Drummond Molly the girls call her What do you think of her Tlrnk replied Baroko grimly I can get nothing out of her Sheis al Â¬ ways staring at her ribbons That girl wears new ribbons ever time she comes to the class No wonder she cant un- Â¬ derstand logic She is very bright at botany said Maddson apologetically Yes Girls are It is a Atbotam subject calculated Stop1 said Maddison laughing I wont hear any more I wjis merely going to sav cal culatedto inspire tlie weakest mind saidBaroko blandly Certainly I will refrain The logical girls met that morning and the two masters separated Arcturus to the correction of exercises Baroko to the sixth class lecture room The pu- Â¬ pils were asscmblrd with books before them and with weary faces that betrayed no natural affinity for logic Only Alicia Hargreaves was as usual equal to the occasion Molly was nervous and well she might be for she had not done her exercise and the professor had a reputation for being rigid in the ex-Â¬ treme He looked over the neat pile on his desk he said frigidly Nine books Hargreaves Matthews he ran over the list of names I should have ten Miss Drummond will you kindly hand me your exercise Molly was frghtencd She had only been half a dozen times to the class and her first awe of the professor had nolyet evaporated She was alto tired and her head ached owing to previous dissipation She had tried to do that exercise but the logical girls were all too busy to help her Moreover and this weighed her down with a sense of guilt there had been a party List nght in which she played a prominent part and she could not help wondering whether if she had not gone to that party but regret came too late Her fellow students had been conholing her slnc3 the arrived that morning with the assurance that they should not like to be in her shoes and she was inwardly quaking though she lifted up a brave face I am sorry Prof Brandon I have not done it said Baroko in a voice of Indeed profound civility just tinged with sur- Â¬ prise that scired her yet more Might I a k tli reason I could not do it replied Molly feidiug very much ashamed of herself Â¬ Â¬ you know Miss Drummond hard she added audaciously know she know he wandered men- Â¬ ing that Alicia had complained of its tally Ybdr natural faculty is quite difiiculty etjiiai I think to that of any of the pu- Â¬ Isnt it said Aiicia with calm su- Â¬ pils but as yet you have not chosen to periority I thought it hard for any apply yourself to the subject JBukif one not very far advanced but wo you will come to my room once or shall all have to come to you for help twice we will just run over the old soon I dare say ground together and you will soon be She sailed away with an amiable qualified to take your share in the clas3 smile Sailing was natural to Alicia Lot mo Eoe when could you Next Monday the logic class met as us-Â¬ work come ual and itwas remarked by one or two Molly looked astounded It was in Â¬ observant damsels that Prof Bran- Â¬ deed an unusual offer for Professor dons countenance wore an unusually Brandon who seldom troubled himself ethereal expression with his pupils out of class time unlike The papers this week he said be Â¬ Maddison whose spare hours were filled nignly with one exception show an up with coaching Had she been mis- Â¬ utter misunderstanding of the whole taken after all Barokos tones wore subject involved Miss Hargreaves I not wholly reassuring there was a very regret to say that for oneo you have faint under current of amusement in shown yourself completely at sea a them that she recognized immediately most unusual occurrence he added The professor had not been used to deal with heartfelt rejoicing hardly veiled with such a quick perception But her by tones of ultra courtesy The only glance jnet a kindly gleam in his eyes successful paper was Miss Druni thatdisarmed her at once humbly -- It is very kind of you she said monds Youhave no truer friend I am old and cynical n No interrupted Molly hotly Old and cynical repeated the pro-Â¬ fessor and universally detested That you have been able to place some confi- Â¬ dence in me has afforded me great pleasure I was wishing for an oppor- Â¬ tunity to tell you Ah He was conscious that a sudden thrill passed through the frame of his com- Â¬ panion and glancing at her face he saw it irradiated with a new light The rea- Â¬ son was not far to seek At the other end of the green alley Arcturus was ad-Â¬ vancing handoma and radiant with a new fossil ccphalopod in his hand that he wished to show Molly In a mo- Â¬ ment he was at the girls other side And now saict Baroko five min- Â¬ utes later with the old inevitable satire in his voice that was like a laugh half bitter and half kindly at himself and at the communit at large I must leave you two for I have an engageÂ¬ ment said Molly earnestly A transient doubt struck Baroko Could He he possibly have been wrong looked into Mollys candid ejes once more and knew that he had not been Society which receatljr celebrated itsf The Fearful sad Wonderful MccluiB- - 162d anniversary was started m 1724 ism of the Human System GrapkleaU J I through the accktent of tkc Snl at Portrayed tweBty dollar gold piece in State street In tho editorial columns of the New York Analy H Lasaln r M D editor writes the for which no claimant could bs discovÂ¬ following beautiful description of ttee labora ered The money was gives for tfea tories of tho human system Wo think we nucleus of this society and long a have never read flner or more trust worthy had increased through geaeroos giw one1 Man ia the greatest of all chemical lab- to more than sixty thousand dollars Sk Â¬ Â¬ WHAT SCIENCE SAYS TheBoeioa EpwGopal CWiUbk Oh not at all I shall be pleased to But I should like give you any help you to make an effort Miss Drummond It will repay you -- -- he who had b en accustomed to place considerable faith in her own talents It was too difficult Too dlflicult repeated Baroko suavely I understand you to say that you had studied logc previously Miss Dranimond How long1 I studied it about a ear replied the doomed one n my last school The book wts different she added -- desperately So I should have judged said Ba- Â¬ roko from your previous exercies If you will kindly give me the name of the book which you have studied Miss Drummond 1 shall be happy to read it It will doubtless cast new light on the principles of logic As however your attainments are quite beyond the level Â¬ bt He had gone so far in the bland sneering fashion the pupils detested when a smothered sob interrupted him He glanced at Molly She had bent her flushed face over the desk but the next second he raised it again and he saw how desperately and indignantly she was striving to keep back tears the His heart smote him though none of the logi- Â¬ cal girls knew tliat he had a heart at all After all he had been too hard he should have remembered that Molly was a new pupil and not ac- Â¬ customed to the cool scathing remarks with which he was accustomed to in- Â¬ dulge the logic students He said no more and the work of tko class contin- Â¬ ued Mollv- recovered herself and joined in it more or less generally le s When she did spcik it was to blunder but the professor was not hard upon her If it had not been for the inevitable satire in his tones one would almost have said he tred to be encouraging The hour passed slowly very slowly but it was over at last You may go said Baroko Miss Drummond will you stay a moment One or two of the girls cast glances at Molly as they went out Alica wore exactly the look of mingled hatred for sin and pity for the sinner which was appropriate under the circumstances The professor saw her expression and it did the culprit very good service As foi Molly she re- Â¬ mained alone feeling a little stubborn utterly determined not to break down however exquisite might be the torture and sarca ni always harrowed her feel Â¬ ings most deeply How could shj have cried for that odious man Why did he not speak It was another method of torture The professor spoke I think you are not quite equal at present Miss Drummond to the work He paused of the class No indeed I am not said Molly proudly Thank you I will not re- Â¬ -- -- The professor smiled in spite of him Â¬ self at the idea that any of his pupils should adopt a tragedy to emooth the satire ont of his voice You nYsundcrstand mc I think all you nee i is a little help at the begin Â¬ ning Ce nest que le premier pas qui turn to it wrong His tones were more humanly cordial I must go he replied suavely than Molly could have believed pos- Â¬ You are aware that turning awuy sible She forgot how his satire had engagements in societ are numer- Â¬ U13 frightened Jier ous You will bo able to entertain I will1 she said earnestly looking Miss Drummond Maddison 1 know up at him with her candidfeyes Iain May that she is interested in fossils sorry about the exercise And I am Kendall in Longmans Magazine afraid I ouht to tell you I made you believe I might have tried a little more SHOCKING GRAIN but there was a party The professor laughed out He would Work Which Requires More Care Than la never have done it if lie had not been Generally Bestowed On ItC taken by surprise but somehow Molly In the saving of grain there is no had thawed him completely unawares more important work than tho shocking His laugh cleared the air Molly he did not believe in Alicias headache laughed herself merrily with an in- Â¬ and she knew it This was the more of it If poorly shocked it is certain to bo damaged stant perception of the humor of the trying because she had told tho truth It seems necessary to thing but she regained her gravity at Molly half amused and half penitent leave it in the field to euro after being once lingered a moment when the class was cut and yet it so often suffers damage I will not do it another time she over to speak to Baroko There was a that we might well hope that shocking said humbly looking up into his face book ho had promised to lend her could be avoided altogether The only again Well Miss Drummond I hope you remedy however is to shock well How long was it wondered Baroko arc content with youryictory said the wliich is rarel3 done Vorr few know dimly since any one had raised such professor who was clear and trustful eyes to his have vexed Alicia retorted Molly how to shock properly and 3ret others I I will do my best she added earn Â¬ serio comically It I couldnt help if shock poorly because of indolence done is poor polic3r to have the shocking estly and the professor said could I I am sure jou will Certainly not Miss Hargravcs will b boys Surely enough men can now was with some trepidation that recover from the blow in time said be got to do this work The self binder It Molly knocked at Barokos door the the professor who could not resist is usuallv set to make rather large bun- Â¬ next morning She had been tryinjr to opportunity of giving his enemy a dles and they are always compact get up logic but the attempt had stab oven when she was not there Hence not more than twelve of these bundles should been unsuccessful and the ordeal was put in I am very pleased with your suc- Â¬ a shock If more arebe used tho But there was a cess rather formidable fire burninjj in the small rnnm- - and grain will not cure properly and more WU Oh Im glad some one is pleased are not required to give the shock the though Baroko seemed to have frozen said Molly half dolefully needed stability Two persons should up since yesterday his frigidity melted Baroko looked at her kindly before Mollys frank girlish gratitude Let each take Â¬ You must learn to be less sensi- alwajs work together One by one the difficulties vanished tive he said in a cordial almost broth- Â¬ two bundles and set tho two pairs to- Â¬ Baroko found that it was pleasant work erly tone set one Then It doesnt pay Miss Drum- Â¬ gether at the let each man to him to explain things to Molly The girl mond end nearest bundle had brains and a large share of intui- Â¬ Oh howt can I help it exclaimed alternating with tho two already set tion They got on excellently and the Molly the tears springing to her eyes Two bundles at each side alternat- Â¬ professor did not cavil at the dainty ruf- Â¬ Baroko watched her for a few seconds ing with those previously set and the fles at Mollys throat and wrists nor at in silence then hV roused himself two cap sheaves complete this mode1 the knot of scarlet geranium And Here is your book Miss Drummond shock Each bundle should be driven All Molly was fascinating Schoolgirl as she Dont fret about Alicia she will get down solidly into the stubble was the arts of fascination were had over should lean slightly toward a common it fear you are too always been natural to her She had with yourI sympathy not a generous center Do not place tho shock in a Very com- Â¬ never been suggestive of bread and but- Â¬ mon failing sat ire returned to depression but this is the only excuse The ter Her instinct was to try to win peo- Â¬ his voice with the last words but Mollys for not placing them in a straight ples liking malo or female young or grateful wistful look charmed it away line making the loading less incon- Â¬ old she could no more help it than she again venient For cap sheaves select long could help her hair falling in pretty ho said He shook her slender bundles Break them thorough Good bye brown waves One could not justly call hand more warmly than usual it was I3 and be careful to place the tops her a coquette though by the by very generally like shaking hands with a fish toward the prevailing winds After the many d d her charm was- - too spon to shake hands with Baroko and hur- Â¬ ten bundles are set gather their tops tnneous and it lay to a great extent in ried away in your arms and draw them together the consciousness that she would have When the cap sheaf is placed do not n suffered or sacrificed any thing for one pat it down with a stroke in the middle It was near the end of tho summer but b3 bringing an arm down across who had been kind to her and whom she loved She cared a great deal too term The Higher Local Examination each end Spread the cap sheaves to much probably to win affection but was over and Barokos logical girls cover the entire shock Any wisp of she was certain to repay it in full meas- four of them had won through Group grain standing out can be tucked in ure On this occasion her desire to D almost by a miracle and satisfied If the bundles are small as they must win Barokos liking and her desre to the examiners Only Alice Hargreaves be in short grain bound by hand as please him because he was good to her passed with secona class honors and many as eighteen may well be put into were blended beyond the possibility of the professor congratulated her before the shock In ordinary grain fourteen discrimination To do her justice she the others in the blandest of all bland hand bound bundles may well be put regarded him as about sixty and never tones whle Molly listening smothered into a shock three being placed at each dreamed of what might liappen The a laugh for she like the rest of us was side instead of two as directed above lesson went oft brilliantly and Molly not averse to sarcasm when it was lev- Â¬ Wheat if well ripened may be shocked eled at people she did not care for But when damp but oats never Oats dry rose to go She out very slowly in the shock and il you so very much she said Molly was leaving the academy Thank am sure I shall manage now And was eighteen and the accomplished shocked when damp especialrj if that I Her conduct all the mas- dampness proceeds from dew will thank 3011 for not laughing at me she 3oung lady said had been eminently satisfac Â¬ mould Shocks properly set will not added on the spur of the moment I ters tory through the term Baroko said so fall down unle s in the force of a wind mean for not being sarcastic Baroko rose but he seemed in no Arcturus bad taught her botany and storm If they should fall down in a There had hurricane set them up again as soon as geology he sad so too hurry to end the interview been botanical excursions lately whch dry placing the bundles in the same poDo you object to sarcasm ho in- Â¬ were yen enjoyable The summer term sitions that thc3T occupied before quired good humoredly closed with a garden party which was American Agriculturist I cant bear it said Molly with her usiml frankness She had altogether every one said a tremendous success lost her fear of this formidable profes Â¬ But with the bulk of the proceedings I ABOUT VINEGAR sor It goes through one I dont have nothing to do suffice it that the mind what hard things people say if weather was glorious and that the How It Can He lUnde At Homo With Little Trouble and Expense the will only say them straight out grounds were really excellent for a garÂ¬ but when they sound angelic and stab den party with a tennis lawn and shrub- Â¬ Every housekeeper who chooses to dc you oh it makes one hate ones self beries and green alloys down which so can make her own vinegar withverj and vexed with every one else besides the guests wandered at their will Molly was present of course looking little trouble and at very little expense I dare say it is good for me she added In truth the best of vinegar can be as an afterthought extremely charming in a white drcs will trj not to inflict any more of with her favorite red geraniums at the made from what is commonly thrown I it upon you said Baroko with some throat She had neyeiv becn like a away v amusement schoolgirl but to day she seemed to Apple parings and cores placed in 2 Oh I had forgotten said Molly have lost the last vestige of the typegr Jl vessel and covered with warm watei I was thinking of people I for was it not her eighteenth birthday and kept warm will make good sharp blushng know Please excuse me Thank you and she thought that she was growing a to six again Professor Brandon and good- Â¬ old She played ina lawn tennis match ivinegar from foursugar is weeks inIf it thrown bye When it was little molasses or and Baroko looked on will be deeper colored and It was pleasant to see Mollys earnest over he went up to her She had sev- Â¬ it will take a little longer stronger but A to turn and confident air when shonext came eral cavaliers already all the girls ladv once pointed to a two quart glass to Barokos study for what she called a brothers wanted an introduction but the a shelf private rehearsal She was carrying a Molly was not given to forsaking old jarthat stood upon Perhaps near will you stove and sad spray of sweetbrier that she had brought friends and she turned from the throng hardly believe it but that gives me all from home it was her wont to bring to greet Baroko Into the vinegar I need for mv table flowers to all her particular friends I am tired she said it she slipped apple parings and when Come into the shrubbery it is cooler and she cast it down carelessly on the sour enough strained oft the table as she shook hands there said the professor in his old it was and refilled the jar with sweetened Sweetbrier remarked Baroko tones of calm authority and the two liquid This can be done again water Ah how pleasant it smells calmly marched away Mollys young cava- Â¬ and again the parings do as Lnt it delicious said Molly blithe liers were dismaj ed and indignant but not decay In making vinegar ly It alwajs reminds me of old times they were Baroko 5 pupils at the neighTake it if you care Prof Brandon I boring college and too much in awe of be sure to giver it warmth and aira vessel with mouth of can get plenty more him to follow So Baroko and Molly Cover the to keep out the insects If one thin cloth Thank you said Baroko with grave wandered down one of the green alleys wishes to make in quantities a courtesy taking the spray from her together and there was a smell of barrel should beitusedlarger could be set It hand It would have been difficult to sweetbrier in the air in a sunny shed and the vinegar making So you are leaving us Miss Drumtell from his tones whether the gift be done in summer Sweetpleased him and Molly half fancied that mond said the professor rather curtly for the year ened water using either molasses 01 she hadbeen foolish to offer him any You are not sorry field corn exclaimed Mollv sugar with some commonvinegar If thing so frivolous as sweetbrier But Indeed I am thrown in will make good she dismissed the subject with girlish warmly Sometimes I think I should will be ready for use light heartedness and it never crossed like to go to school all my life I have it isakept warm it To ten gallons of few weeks in her mind again enjoyecl every thing this term warm water take three quarts of molas- Â¬ Baroko however took the sweetbrier You will soon recover from the pang ses and one pint of corn or if corn is home and kept it In a vase till it grew of parting and in six months all you of yeast instead ui e limp and drooping When the servant have learned will have slinpe I blissfully not handymade one pnt way will keep eithor Vinegar came in to dust one morning it was from your memory said Baioko un- pickles just as well as cider vinegar gone kindly 1 promised Miss Drummond If she notices its absence said Ba- Â¬ never to be sarcastic otherwise I should Sorghum is as good as molasses for this Some that soft roko to himself with a guilty conscience say that your attainment were more purpose used no claim it is betterwater but doubt must be referring to the domestic as he stole brilliant than lasting I never had a hard water answers ver well Here in the sweetbrier out of the vase she will more promising pupil but however Colorado our water is strongly tinctured probably think that I have thrown it quickly you have learned trust me you with alkali and is very hard and as the into the fire will forget much more qirckiy rainfall is not to be depended upon we After this Molly made rapid progress Knowledge is not every thing sait often use it for vinegar making with Two months later when Alicia with an Mollv a little proudly for she thought Cor Rural New Yorker o ood results amiable condescension calculated to melt the thrust uncalled for It does not the hardest heart offered to help her make one happy I know I shall forget through a difficult exercise at the end of but I shall not forget the pleasure I have A meteor which recently passed Jevons she was able to refuse the had nor the kindness You have been over London traveling eastward is offer with equal amiability very very kind to me Prof Brandon I supposed to be the same which two Oh I suppose Prof Brandon will shall not forget hours and thirty two minutes later that help you said Alicia sweetly for- I observed Baroko passed over Bombay the distance beYou think not rrttween the two points being about fivo dryly Oh no returned Molly who said Molly thousand five hundred miles In inter- Â¬ 1 dont think I know young as she was quite understood the indignantly Why are 3011 so unkind stellar space meteors travel at the rate art of fencing He only helped me to me on this last day I was so hap Â¬ of forty to fifty miles per second but once or twice at first to bring me to a py and now you have made me miser- Â¬ the speed here recorded was only about level with the others Not with you of able thirty six miles per minute This hi course but then you are so far above I did not mean to bs unkind to you supposed to be accounted for by tho tho rest of us poor mortils Still I can said the professor quietly but with a retardation due to the passage of the manage this I think It is not very udden strange warmth at tho heart 1 meteor through the earths atmosphere Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ --- He darted a keen glance at Molly as he spoke She blushed but she did not look triumphant as he had half expect- Â¬ ed In fact her predominant feeling at the moment was sympathy for Alicia and she cast a remorseful look at that heroine It wont occur again she ex claiuicd hastily bent on soothing her rivals mortification But Alicias steady smile made her shrink back into herself I had such a terrible headache Alicia said apologetically after she had bestowed that smile of congratulation on Mollv Ah I was sure there must be someexcellent reason for the remarkable confusion of your paper observed Baroko suavely It was too bad but Dont go oratories Magnify the smallest cell of the body and what a factory is spread be- Â¬ fore tho eyes countless chambers in which are globes of air masses of solid matter globules of dying liquid a flash comes and the whole is consumed and needful heat U carried into every part of the system Electrical forces also gonerato and are conÂ¬ veyed to the brain the muscles and the ra riousnerve centers - In another set of a million chambers we see various gasses and vapors By chemic- Â¬ al action these nro changed ana purified in the lungs and the skin Tho mood we often say is a great living river In its current aro masses which tho air in the lungs did not afreet blocks of chalk slabs of tartar pieces of bone ash strings of albumen drops of molasses and lines of oleohoL JHqw are these waste masses dis- Â¬ posed of J5ogin where you will in this great stream you must come to tho purify Â¬ ing places of the system Here is all acÂ¬ tivity and an invisiol force reaches out into the stream seizes and carries this mass of wasto into vast trenches thoneo into a smaller reservoir and finally into a larger reservoir which regularly discharges its contents uThis separation of limo uric acid and other waste material from the blood with Â¬ out robbingit of a particle of tho life fluid passes human comprehension In health this blood purifying process is carried on without our knowledge Tho organs in which it is done are faithful servants vhoso work is silent as long as health remains People strangely wait until pain strikes a nerve before they will realizo thatthey have any trouble They do not know that pain concerns chiefly tho exterior not the interior of the body A certain set of nerves connect these blood purifying organs with tho brain They may not gnaw and bite as does the tooth ache or a scratch but they regularly silently report When these organs aro failing these nerves indicate it by drawing tho blood from the face and choolr leaving tho lip and eye blanched by sending uric acid poison into tho smallest veins the skin then becoming gray yellow or brown They also prevent the purification of tho blood in the lungs andcaue pulmonary difficulties weariness and pain Who enjoys perfect health espe pecially in this land where we burn the candle in one mass The athlete breaks down in the race tho editor falls at his desk the merchant succumbs in his counting-room These events should not hve been unexpected for nature longago hurg out her lanterns of alarm When tho accident finally comes its fatal effect i3 seen in a hundred forms either as conges- Â¬ tion chronic weakness as wrong action as variable appetite as head troubles as palpitation and irregularities of the heart as premature decay as aryness ana narsn ness of the skin causing the hair to drop out or turn gray as apoplexy as paralysis as general debility blood poisoning etc Put no faith then in tho wiseacra who says there is no danger as long as there is no pain Put no faith in the physician whoever he may bo who says it is a mere cold or a slight indisposition He knows little if any more than you do about it He can neither see nor examine these organs and depends entirely upon experi- Â¬ mental tests that you can make as well as he If the output is discolored or muddy if it contains albumen ljmpb crystals sweet or morbid matter is red with escaped blood or roily with gravel mucus and froth something is wrong and disease and death are not far away These organs which we have described thus at length because they are really the most important ones in the human system tho ones in which a large majority of hu Â¬ man ailments originate and are sustained re the kidneys They have not been much discussed in public because it is conceded that tho profession has little known power over them Whatis wanted for such organs is a simple medicine which can do no hnrm to the most delicate but must be of the greatest benofit to the nfilicted Such a remedy tried and provod bv many thou Â¬ sands all over the world is Warners safe cure With those in whom disease is deep seated it is the only specific For those hi whom the seeds are sown and tho beginÂ¬ ning of illness started it is an unfailing reli- Â¬ ance It may bo recommended to the well to prevent sickness and the sick to prevent doath With its aid tho great filtering engines of the system keep on in their silent work v ithout interruption without it they get out of gear and then disease and death open tho door and cross tho thresh- Â¬ old Boston Journal -- Love think of me when fee HIcs bloom sings Alice Stone Blackwefl kt the ew Orleans Times IkmecraL AlcV Lilacs seems to be easily satisfied bloom bat once year and taesoajy for a few days The SIragh of Despoacteacy in which you are wallowing on account oi some of those diseases peculiar to yon madam e and which have robbed yc s of the rosy hno of fcealta and made life a burden to you you can easily get oat of Dr Tierces Favorite PreecriptioB will free you from all sach troubles adseoa recall the rose tint of health to yosr cheekand the elasticity Seyourstep Itfesoe perfect specific for all tke weaknesses aad irregularities pecaliar to yor sex It - cures ulceration displacements iaternl 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