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Digital page images are linked to the text file. - f Hiitfthtrii - r u xjr 5j NT f Ai -- jsy - HP -- - W r Wf SftJBEJ C9QPER Oner and Hilar Hazel Green Herald THE HERALD OF A NOISY WORLD WITH NEWS FROM ALL NATIONS SIGO A YEAR Always h Atom VOLUME -- n 3LI HAZEL GREEN WOLFE COUNTY KY WEDNESDAY JANUARY 5 1887 NUMBER 43 m Married in Cincinnati Ohio on the evening of December 29 1886 Mr J B Mis3 Mag- Â¬ i Williams of Campton Ky to gie Oassady of same place The happy Has a larger sirculatiou in the mountains of Pfcysfciaa and Surgeon through our city accompanied Knutprn Kentuckv than anv uaoer in the t Eair passed Lizzie Cassady They will spend State and merchants and others wishing to HAZEL GREEN KY secure the trade of Eastern Kentucky will afew days in the Queer City The bride find it THE BEST ADVERTISING MEDIUM is one of the reigning belles of Wolfe W MAPEL JSAA C jLttoeney-at-La-w Advertising Rates county while the groom is a young man gTransient advertisements 75oents an of fair business qualities and one of the Axd Keai Estate Ageict inch first insertion 25 cents an inch for most successful merchants of the mouneach subsequent insertion HAZEL GREEN KY tains May their joys be many is the Stasdisg Advertisements WfU practice in all the Courts of Wolfe 1 inch 1 year 500 4 inches 1 yearSlo OO wish of their many friends Sentinel PewelJ Menifee and Breathitt counties Democrat 1 vear 1 toi 1 year 900 Title examined abstracts furniHhcd tax 2 inches ljear 1200 o inches year 2000 6 inches 3 inches es paid for no reidont real estate bought The Life of the flesh is the blood SSpecinl rates on larger advertisements sa sold Collections a specialty pure blood means healthy local notices 5c a line with 5 per cent off thereof for lone time IERATT BOUSE functional activity and this bears with grilarriage and death notices free tri- it the certainty of quick restoration A Drummer s Dream of Heaven butes of respect and obituaries 5 cents a from sickness or accident Dr J H line Johx H Pjeeatt Peophietoe Announcements of candidates for McLeans Strengthening Cordial and State or District offices 10 County offices Blood Purifier gives pure rich blood and HAZEL GEEEN KY 5 calls on persons to beoome candidates vitalizes and strengthens the whole body and their answers 5 cents a line Payable 100 per bottle Sold by G B Swango tKThc pntronace f the traveling pub invariable in advance Hazel Green and J N Vaughn Camp- Â¬ lic is solicited and the proprietor will give ton TIMETABLE the beet he caa get au cliarge you liguuy Kentucky and South Atlantic Railway The Trustees of the Hazel Green AcadAXACE HOTEL emy have employed Prof A F Erb Standard time 22 minutes slower than 3It formerly of Bethany College and recent- Â¬ FRENCHBURtf KY Sterling time No 1 leaves lit Stealing at A M arrives ly Professor in the Madison Female In H WILLIAMS Proprietor J stitnte of which Prof C P Williamson at 840 A M at Tk patronage of the traveling public k No 2 leaves Rothwell at 9 A XL arrives at is President to take charge of the Acad- Â¬ Rothwell reepeeilallv invited Table the beet aad Mt Sterling at 1050 A M emy as principal and have emplo3ed comfort of guests very attentiaa to the No 3 leaves Mt Sterling at 140 P M ar- Miss Susie Sublett of Lexington as rives at Rothwell at 320 P M first Assistant Prof Erb and Miss SubKENDALL HOUSE No 4 leaves Rothvrell at 345 P M arrives lett are superior educators as we are in- Â¬ at Mt Sterling at 530 P M G02XE IIaix and Peestoxsbuiig Sts No 2 connects at Mt Sterling with 1105 A formed and the people of Hazel Green WEST LIBERTY KY il and 157 P M trains on C fc O railway are to be congratulated that they will Mrs E C KndaiJ - Proprietress for Lexington Cincinnati and LouisvilleA have a first class school No 3 connects at Mt Sterling with 1105 B TAULBEE J HE ERALD - 150 intermediate 125 primary pu 100 per month The building is property seated and ventilated for the Imsiness We will properly devote our time and use all diligence for those who wish to patronize us We remain as eyer M F Bitowx pils Â¬ TRADE AT THE A i A A I John J Tutt -- m mm mm GiGliiing Hoose km I ASK YOUR ATTENTION - TITI71 i ft Pi COifl TV HT When you visit onr city look out forthe CASH SIGN on Main street CASH means every article at rock bottom prices T giiarnwtee this to you as I keep no books credit nobody- sell for CASH xly 1 am dealer in watches clocks and jewelry Rogers Bros 1849 knives and forks spoons table and tea every thing1 to be found in a first class jewelry store I am olso dealer in - Â¬ Henry Franklin Pieratt of this place who thought his educaeion finished two years ago has concluded he can learn something more and enters school today Â¬ jf Mrs Nickells Select School The undersigned will beqin school in Ezel Morgan county MONDAY JAN 3 18S7 which will continue five months and she kindly solicits a liberal patronage from all friends of education Faculty Mrs Mary Nickell General Literature Mrs Anna J Fields in Instru- Â¬ mental Music t Sterling Ky tpiererpogtny Boots Shoes Hats and Gaps and Gents FurnisfeRg Goofc Â¬ w jsf Ladies Fine Shoes tho best that is made Childrens Shoes in all sizes and styles Gents Fine and Heavy Boots jSow good people remember that I am the onlv firm in our city that selfe for CASH ONLY this is the firm you want to fiudto save yon a BIG PER CENT No trouble to show goods Asking you to call when in the city and hoping to see you soon I remain Respectfully yours I Â¬ c Languages Music Board per week Primary Department XIIlLil HIUl4maaa Address TERMS OK TUITION 6 25 i 4 M Main Street W VOWELS Mt Sterling Ky 8 75 15 00 1 50 Mrs MARY F NICKELL a BHH ooo oooo oooo ooo APJ2 NOT RECOMMENDED TO Â¬ I Â¬ ilUl OlJif 111 i si s a H PiLLS a mm ooo oooo oooo ooo I II OTTPPir Tie table is supplied with the best the M train on C 0 from the East and 136 Market affords Experienced hand in charge PM train from Louisville and Cincinnati f stable Cnarges reasonable rMontgomery county court day special leaves Rothwell oh the 3rd Monday in each OB OTNNELLY month at 730 A M arriving at Mt Sterling B J J WITH BITNIiAP BROS WHOLESALE W G Barrett B Dunlap CO SADDLERY Manufacturers of Saddles Harness and dealers in Saddlery Hardware LOUISVILLE KY c L Dunlap at 9 A M Returning leaves Mt Sterling at 3 P M arriving at Rothwell at 430 P I Leaves Rothwell for Mt Sterling at 5 P M Leans Little Liver and Kidney Pillets GEO B IIARPER Supt will cure chills and fever billiousness etc 25 cents a vial Sold by G B Swango Hazel Green and J N Vaughn LOCAL NEWS Campton But buy Kellys STEEL axe It is the most perfect axe made Also buy STEEL horse Sentinel-Democrshoes They will outwear iron And use STEEL nails They cost the same as iron For sale in Ilazel Green by You should avoid all medicines which G B SWANGO de- Â¬ cause you horrid griping pains they W T CASKEY stomach and stroy the coatings of the life the F McGUlRE may make you an invalid for mild power is the best Dr J H Mc- Â¬ Chiles Co Thompson at fTiirn mm mm nrti i a li tt 1 Mdio iioliD lid NOR DO rpi i e sPIOTT MT STERLING KY Agents for Fustern Kentucky 72Saad73 W ilaia St Last ilonday was County Court day Pay the printer so lie can settle with his creditors Mrs Ella J Clark who has been quite ill for sometime is much better TV T Clarkson died at Junction City Ky from an overdose of whisky A book of 182 pao56Jxll incljfs ieatlv bemad ia piunhlctliruiwitli a beautiful chromo The thermometer at this place regislithograph frontispiece printed in ten colors tered at zero last Monday morning coataiitiBgtbe following complete storiesprintcd from Urjre clear type on Rood paper - THE OlipnantFUCUTIVES fa MrsDora Tfaozas IVO Mrs Mattie Morse who has been quite of FOR KISSES by author by a popular author ill for several weeks is convalescing LOVES SAKE THE BLACK SPECK by K W Robinson PLOWED BY MOMENTS by Mary Are you going to matriculate has Cecil Hay AMONG THE RUINS by Mary CecilHay MID PLEASURES by been the question for a week or more Mary Cecil Hay ON AND OFF THE vell knowK author MRS LINE by Corrrspon dents will please send in DUNCANS WILL ry popular HIS PHANTOM BRIDE LARRYS HUT beir favors as soon as possible this week betk faacHHttini rtmies MADELINE ST ach CLAIRS LOVER by Lester ilullin bonk Born To the wife of David B James ttry is complete 11 Issued separately in Sena would make from ISO to 210 pajres each on Dec 26th a boy weight 11 pounds paiil to We will send bv mail Â¬ ja tho above free tot ay sue seadinj us THIRTY CENTS for a Mantlet subscription to T H E FA M I L Y Jfcw VISITOR aa erlit pac S2 column literary faiaily paper Postage rtamps taken This reat esTer is made to introduce our paper into aew hnwisSi Satisfaction guaranteed or money nfoafeft Address H W- - KELLEY Pub StAer 711 Saasom Street Philadelphia fa Mrs Prof Erb and Miss Sublett the assistant teacher are expected to arrive this nioning 100 EVERY MONTH To any one who Is wilJioK to work Oar plescasit Ve who ar IncglSmiay CJicrs S3 ad cveolng col lectins email pictures to ba copied and en lareed Into beautiful Oil Portraits To prove what a chance creatand bow this Is easy any one can mate tho Bead all the advertisements in this paper and when you buy patronize those who advertise Eklar the pastor filled the pulpit at the M E Church here last Sunday morning Bxv Mr U lia tho bost ctylo Hon Joseph Gardner of Salyersville g3I am now prepared to do all kinds of and by the way Eastern Kentuckys S crepairing on Watches Clocks Jewelry candidate for Lieutenant Governor of gand optical goods Bring me your work guand it will he neatly and promptly rc the State was a guest of the Day House on Monday night last He will poll the SEUpaired at reasonable prices Hoping by fair full vote of this section and will with- Â¬ 2Snonest work and remainprices to merit E5Jvour patronage I He was en out doubt be nominated T F CAIiR Yours trulv route home from Dublin Ga He re 53 be made Cut this out rts the mule market in the South very and we will Yad U MAM Li send vou free ussomething of dull to you that value All persons indebted to The Herald great you inand importance will bring will you business which start for subscription advertising or job work in more money right away than anything are earnestly requested to remit the else in the world Anyone can do the work amount at once as we need the money and live at home Either sex ullages Some to pay those we owe Thats the only thing new that just coins money for all reason we want it although it would workers We will start you capital notÂ¬ imporhave been justice to have paid up long needed This isaone of the genuine who are tant chances of lifetime Those ago and save being dunned Then our ambitious and enterprising will not delay debts would have done been paid Grand outfit free Address Tkuk fc Co Augusta Maine Joseph P Bose of this county who live at home and make more killed twelve hogs on December 17th money at work for us than at weighed three of the twelve which netted else in the world Capital 1067 pounds They were about eigh- Â¬ not needed you are started free Both sex teen months old and we would like to es all ages Any one can do tho work hear of some man who can beat this re- Â¬ Large earnings sure from first start Costly cord either in the mountains or among outlit and terms free Better not delay your address Costs you nothing the blue bloods of the blue grass Let and find out if you to send usyou will do so arc wise us hear from you gentlemen at once II HAIIETT Co Portland Me Â¬ iil ill ill li f pa fS li sjUMJ 111 ii llULUIll But if you are Diszy have Cold Eeet have a taste imvour mouth like somethin rotten or a cream thau would make your hest mend hold vou ofl to ureventtoo close contact feel irritable thick headed and no account generally just settle it that your LIVEE is in active and try these Lliila Sugar Coated Peiets This is an advanced age and the time for Pills of the lien Jgg pattern must o Concentration is the wa oraer 01 tins aLavr UAJVJiCTfc blVJE-it UJbLS are vegetable remedies ENTIRELY and in the most concentrated form any Physician may have the formula hy addressing nilhi 4 bh fill p 9 tz T m mq el -- - mi fc ms -- m ki il mm P A GKOSSMAN CIEiCiNBIATI O 3 TCo h CO Mean pi FRAXK GOLVIOX JOHX F SCULECTI It R OSSMAH 60UVI0N WHOLESALE MAXUFACTUKSRS OF business 1s ensyarvi tptv nave apenu cir visiting their brother Dr of this place last week Misses Lanie and Eliza Taulbee were J B Taulbee Â¬ Life willjjacquire new zest and cheerfulness return if you will impel your liver and kidneys to the performance of their functions Dr J H McLeans Liver and Kidney Bilm will stimulate them to healthful action 100 per bot- Â¬ tle Sold by G B Swango Hazel Green and J N Vaughn Campton Â¬ Ed Mceks and wife of Ezel are visiting Mrs Meeks5 mother Mrs McClain who has been and is still quite ill every pablic as we wish to send these samples to acenta Bly The full particulars of this announcement 111 c i warded Immediately on receipt of jour letter 44nssWC MTNEWK Ill Sastcn St FbllaSi Pa fji ri rCIKT 6SPZ F business pav we have de Â¬ cided to Mnd on terxns wblcJ Hazel Green Academy opened last Monday morning with forty four pupils in attendance and still thry come WORKING furnish all classes with employment at home the whole of the time or for their spare moments Business new light and prolitn able Persons of either uex easily earn from 50 cents to 5 per evening and a proportion ate sum by devoting all their time to the business Boys and girls earn nearly as much as men That all who see this may send address The Hazel Green Jolly Club requests theiroiler Toand test the business we make such as are not well satisfied this us to return thanks to Mr Sam Henry we will send one dollar to pay for the trou- Â¬ Â¬ Wilson and wife for the elegant enter- ble of writing Full particulars and outfit tainment given by them on Dec 31st free Address GEOKCiIi STINSON Co jaSly All enjoyed themselves and in the lan- Â¬ Portland Maine guage of one of the dudes they had a GUSSIM mWk ribt5iVSL C HM fj U il VIA U li I iiUi liJfJtf BEIDLES c i nnninn nnnn cols Ittaneiraearlrsixtr t- - i iir 5S- - mm TTiS Kwr 74 and 78 Main street 9 m CINCINNATI O ESTABLISHED 1ST INFORMATION MANY PERSONS t at this season suffer from Headacltef eitJier Vie VJbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbX V ATBBBBBBBBB kk MtArmCnwllpationSJLidncyTroxtbles CORDIAL CURES SndtgestionJtspepsia RHEUMATISM JJ Xittibt JiaeJe and Sides 2iad Jilood Fains in JUicumatUm Jicuralffia 1 LOUIS STIX David Morse has just returned from Hindoo Kidney Cordial manufactured Covington and reports that the people by Patton Bros Catletteburg Ky is Indlirsstloa and there are thinking seriously of railroad the best kidney remedy ever introduced uwnoiuiei ooainrougntUeproTHcUouofthe i n creates a netutuy appeute improvement for this section Having tried several of them without CORDIAL CURES NERVOUSNESS relief we tried Hindoo and found it the Ptprwrioa of cplrilc and SVeakaea by esllvea Married On Dec 25th at the resi- Â¬ best It is sold by all Hazel Green tag aad toning the system dence of W H Eose of Bed Biver pre- Â¬ stores 0UW CORDIAL CURES OVERWORKED cinct TVilliam TVadkins to Miss Mary aad Delicate Women Panr and Sickly Children MORGAN COUNTY Lykins both of this county TV S Jft Is delightful aad sctriuous as a general Tonic Maddox officiating VlsMt Alaanac and Diary 1887 A White Oak Jan 3 There was or-Â¬ STiBKfcl Book handsome complete tellinchow to CURE ganized at this place on the night of 8EA8ES at HOME in a pleasant nataral war Judge Swango rented the Masonic Umob receipt ofac postage stamp Address Hall t Campton to hold the January Dec 29th a prayer meeting with fortyÂ¬ VOUNA DRUC A CHEMICAL CO term of Circut Court in It is not now in attendance On the 31st a temperBALTHtORK MO U S A known what steps will be taken towards ance lodge was organized with thirt se22cr3ph three members and on the 2nd inst a building a new temple of justice Sunday school with thirty five pupils en- Â¬ Henry L Godsey who spent the rolled Christmas holidays with his father and Our meeting which commenced Thurs- Â¬ mother and other relatives and friends day before Xmas conducted by Bev J XVPOSTEKS AKD JOCBEES OF started back to Danville on Monday last T Pieratt and which is still in progress He is very much pleased with Centre did and is still doing much good for our College community Sataus kingdom has been shaken to the foundation and we are A Winchester Ky weather prophet now earnestly wishing for a continuance has predicted that next Saturday will be of the good work the coldest day ever known in this State We cordially invite all who are inter- Â¬ and that the Kentucky Biver will freeze Sunday-from top to bottom Better get your ested in the cause of temperance or schools to call and give us a lecture fuel ready and make up good fires that and encourage us with your presence day We meet on the 2nd and 4th ridays in How-- to Make Money Wishing to each month engage in other business I desire to sell Bev J T Gevedon favored us with TIUD 2ACS k UITIOIT STELIT3 my Livery and Feed Stable located in his presence Saturday and Sunday giv- Â¬ Hazel Green The stable is large and ing the people of White Oak two splen- Â¬ commodious being 30x50 feet and the did sermons Call again Bro lot 30 feet front by 130 feet deep The stable contains 16 large and roomy stalls We May Concern To Whom G--EEENVADE HOUSE saddle and harness room office c The will on the 3rd of January 1SS7 begin PfiENCHBUEG KY mow will hod 10 tons of hay A goQd our select school in the F A M Hall T J COPE Proprietor location and liberal patronage I am in the town of Campton We cordially Table sappliad with all delieaeies of the Special attention to commercial determined to sell and now is your time solicit the patronage of all who wish to to buy Apply to The Herald attend Tuition For advanced pupils - ly cleanslnc th all pans the body WUKA CORDIAL CUKES SICK HEADACHE Kearaltrla Pains lathe UmbnEack and Sides fcy tonlrg the nerves and strenstnenins tbe muscles Ba4 Steed and Kidney Troubles fe4edefsJlluiwpurlUeestxucthc2ici Prof J Boland Day formerly of this BAUER AUGUST BURHHBM Assessor Wm Cruey has just complace is now editing a new paper at Em bree Texas called the Embree Enter- pleted his work which shows the total amount of taxable property in the counprise ty to be S55486 an increase over last Sroadway No mail arrived at this place from years assessment of 112047 There NEW YORK West Liberty last Monday and several are in the county 1250 legal voters and of our citizens are anxious about the 1202 tithes or those subject to poll tax HEW AND ELEGAN1 matter A J Cox of the Cox Mill neighborH3GH ARTf The parties arrested for burning the hood died suddenly on Christmas day ii court house at Campton had not had an of something like heart diseaxe superinan examining trial at the hour of going duced by drinking too much liquor He to press was buried on the Monday following at SSW8WG MACHINE his late residence and the attendance at Many good vows have been made with his funeral was very large BUY ImO OTHER IS THE BE3T the beginning of the new year and it is earnestly hoped that all of them ma- - be Prof A F Erb the new principal at fulfilled to the letter Hazel Green Academy is also a fine fcisi n v rwu on Sunday night last deLyon better known as granpa preacher and Arch sermon in the Chrisof Frozen Creek is the proud possssor livered an excellent place to a very good tian Church in this of a bouncing boy and is said to be the audience We believe he will be install- kZT Z eFt2S3 happiest man in Breathitt ed as pastor Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ huge time and all went merry as a marriage bell Q K- K FOBI WITH KS55ii EgSgsil jp - 56 CLOTHING i IBS E2S2I Â¬ Â¬ gplp fc3 4St go Eta m 55aSJF worms Many a helpless child has been laid in the crave Then the disease which caused iu death has been en tirely misunderstood and when worms have really been the cause It has been proved beyond cavil that worm exist in the human system from earliest in fancy therefore parent especially mother who are more cenMaBtty with their children cannot be too observing of thejlrt rym ntovtsoftcormaSoreo surely as they exittfeey caa be tafelu and speedily removed from the moat delicate infant by the timely use o f BFahnestecVs Versm am Physicians do not hesitate to recommend it and ue it I their practice and many of the moat eminent of tfc profession from all parts of the country testify to lta uniform success In fact is never fails It has fre- Â¬ quently been jjiven to children as a safe purgative not suspectinc the cause of the illness and largre tjHatt4e of worm were discharged and immediate relief nllorded Great caution most be ncd by every parch mr to b j h uvrn jmit in one sense and to examine every bottle he buys or it The simple name of FAHsrre33C i not snrMcient He must looi dosoly and carefully to see that the initials are 8 A FAHKEsrccr xs he mtte- nca iritn notnin euc Nkw Frakkijh Iovtard Ca Ho Messrs J E Schwartz Co Pitttburv Pa Having used the original BA Fahnestock Vermfr Gentlemen I have used some of that most excellent fuge la my practice for many years I have no hesi B A Fahnestoclts Vermifujre and found it to remedy have the desired effect I thinlc your vermifuge can tancy inrecommendlnctlSasaremedy whiek is tafe reliable and ejlcient in all cases where a Vermifaffe U not safely be dispensed with in any family TH03 H HASDT X D needed Yours Ac J W HUBBAI1DJL D years since thia medicine wu ogerml aa n metiy ror vv ozms aad frssj tfcac tbm Its reDHtAtion has stadiir iacrsaaed naU xlmcKit acknowirdcrnltbrouRboat nearly all parte oC the world to the present iay rfmedu Worm Confection made more for the rurtxxo of Dleaaine the Dalate thaa of OTerceslSGr tb dLtease hcve been manufactured all over the country bat their abort tease of life is nearly cxba88td aad B A Fahneatocka Vennifna continues to tcrow- in faror daily Chihtrrn often loolc pale and sickly from bo other cause than voms and ttpasrv are most f reqnently the result of theee hlddea sappers and miners Vfeea they are irritable and feverish sometimes craving food and eatlnfj ravcnounly affoia refusing wholeseaa die t tosin restlessly in bleep moaning and grinding the teeh then be aasa red there symptursa ar iadicaUoBs ot BA FAHNESTQGKS n niiivTally itis 4 VERm IFUGE Clxisazfs ffi STCCB3SOB3 TO a V CPHIVIRT7 JC Â¬ Pa Mt fnffkua Â¬ Â¬ - YDUKA tfe3 IS3 CORDIAL DYSPEPSIA ContHpatlcaKby jddlns the assim- - CURES Q r r i SWANGO DEALER IX GENERAL MERCHANDISE HAZEL GREEN KENTUCKY KEEPS COSSTASTLY OX IIVXD A FULL ASSORTEEXT OF t is LIGHT EUSritflNG- and docs uch beautiful work Agents Favor itebeoause itis a quick and easy seller - The IiADTES FAVOHITE because Staple and Fancy Dry Goods Ready made Clothing Kats Caps Boots Shoe3 Quecnsware Tinware Hardware Table and Pocket Cutlery Grocer- Â¬ ies Steves and Farming Implements C05 AGENTS WASTED INDXOCCDPIED TERRITORY a- - JUNE MANUFACTURING CO Cor Dry Goods La Sails Aveans and Ontario Street CHICAGO ILL Pi In fact evervthiiuj usually kept in a Srst class country store and at BOTTOIT PIUGES Also will take in exchange for Goods or ia payment of any debt dae aic all kinds e Countrv Trodnce and Live Stock of every description S V McWiliiams MT STERLING Co T p kogees SHIPLEY fr Livery Sale and Feed Sfale KY DOISY GO J O C LYKINS County Attorney Real Estate Agent Practices in all Courts in Wolfe and Ad Â¬ joining Counties and Court of Appeals Collections a Specialty Campton Wolfe County Ky NOTIONS Cinciimati and Notary Public Drovers1 and Traders Headquarters1 J a ODS Cor 4th and Elm Streets ft G EOKGE E TUCK WITH it WHITE GREEX HDFFAKER Wholesale Dealers in l Clo t est Main btreet I J H L White T I Green A- - Boots and Shoes Huflak LOUISYILLE KY csdl on custom made Suit3 OHIO CINCINNATI Our goods are tailor J CLARKE SK TOWNSEND Yrrii vttit corset fitting IH made and Immense line of Mens Sisvers Garson Hardware Go n Wm H Fullertoii rJOBBER Or Boys and Childrens Caps Hats Clove andStraw Cood Boots Hats Gaps and 637 W Main Street UisreJIa LpyisyiLLE ky TJnderwear cHiLLigoTHja i A Handsome line of The attestion of horse and mule isnftfitnllv invited to our facilities handliiif of stock and we invite all of VfroIfe snd adjoining counties to us wnen in ine c ii i dealer for thtt traders j - l w -- i v- SZ K3kfr3Ajlir L 3 - 2Kirti 1 iJ iadftfefcatfci - - -J rir B i - r j t agp Hazel Gssuen Herald Mf Ieazxl gixejt - - Kentucky TO A MAID - DEMURE Oftea r 5 - s pi v - Qatetly von walk your ways Steadfast daty fills the days KeWher tears nor fierce delisrbtg Fevertea days nor tosais nights Abv troublous dreams confess Tell rae siore or tell xae Ices ifttnc weeks are on tbe wing Yfriusi are brief and love a thin JiioojwlHjr fading Uke a flower Wake aad seize the little hour GTe ffle welcome or farewell Quick Iwalt And wbo can tell AJat to raorrow may befall 2oveo more or not at alL Andre iieftl or css In voices low Sa44ealyyoH Iiltyoar eyes WJoh a earnest look and wis J Icaa aot rad their lore TeU aaa lees or tell ae more 14ke a picture la a book Pure ana peaceful la yonr look WfcHe tm tie Btgbt Is come WJMiits qslet group at borne tfeey ferolder knit or sew St UcSbroolc in Atlantic Jfoniklg LADIES MUSTACHES Bemoving Them With a Gold Nee- Â¬ dle and Battery t tive an agent in inducing abnormal rubicundity of the nasal organ the doctor paused here while the vis tor made a note of the phrase on hs shirt cuff The corct lace I sav is quite as effective an agent in producing red noses as the whisky bottle In most cases a i eu nose is tne worK 01 years nnrl t wnf rn v nfpninnnHAi hr i r thickening of the skin which some times rounds out in spots producing the bulbous blossom In all cases the blood vessels upon the surface are stim Â¬ ulated and enlarged and it is to the re- Â¬ duction of these vessels Doth in size and number that our treatment is directed The acid checks the How of the blood which gives the color bv i shrinking the veins Is the doctor m 2ow about freckles warts and he asked upon moles They are all removed hy pietty terva uls nnsweriug his ring much the same treatment and while ics sir stm upstairs please the instruments look simple enough There were about a dozen steps to being nothing but a bottle of water- cp up before the comfortably fed fig lookmg acid and a camcls hair brush tre of the doctor met him on the velvet jn unskillful hands they arc like money rag ju the open door of the consulta- - in a spendthrifts nocket bound to The doctor was young but burn In the nature of thngs an acid ttoii roou r ew gi ay liars in his otherwise sandy vhch will eat avay a wart or bleach mustache and an intellectual thinning out the coloring matter which is im hair n the region of the occiput bed led between the outer skin and the v 1 d that he was not too young but just cuts vera or true skin beneath in a j young enough moie or freckle tnust be powerful but ti uano Hum uiu uKe a strong norse wnen rignuy 01 tiwx m ole on your ehcek he repeated in rec ed it is onlv powerful for good ansuer to the young mans question The idea of removing freckles or tan Vs bir I most certainly can do so with baths of buttermilk or other mild inui not onl that but 1 can remove the agents is only less ridiculous than the asiole as well charming away of warts with bits of ilcw much knotted string And yet there arc oth j From a nominal up to an indefinite erwife sensible people who believe in price both these remedes Ah Wnrts itro mnrftlv-- pnlnrtroments of If you wish the hairs taken away of the tissue each containing a single Icsuponir ly and a bottle of depilatory blood vessel which feeds It while moles vrttk which you may remove them your- - are sometimes enlargements in fact ef in after times the charge will be small tumors and sometimes merehy nominal lut if VOU Wish the hair flipnlnrilinn Frpftklos nnd mnthcraiiciiid root and branch SO thatit ruifphns hnlnno In thp samp famlv as iiu never return ana 4 lii moie colored the moles and when the latter are not lo the normol condition of the cuticle accompanied bv the tumor phase all are ihe operation will require several sit- - treated alikethat is bv the applica liugs and the charge be corresponding ton of an acid wh ch opens the Jy increased Excuse me one min- - pores causes the color and ut ing matter to exude and dry up Jo touched his finger to the hairy Wrinkles pock marks and scars arc all mole and examined it closely for a sec- - cured by the application of an oil which cllJ with gentle rubbing bv the hands There are just nne strong hairs on breaks up the hard tissue forming them UU blemish he said --I can remove starts the circulation of blood through them with electricity at one sitting but the parts and thus builds up a healtlry the removal ot the tliscoloraton will be growth of muacle which fills up the de ji work of at least four operations pressions Fire away All these thngs arc as simple as A Take a seat in that chair please B and C and when we learn how to do lie indicated a nlush covered arm chair it it is just as eas- - to remove a blemish w th a rounded had rest and after the from the skin of a ladys face as it would victni wis seated he brought out from be to remove the sams stan or blemish ui inner room a black leather box from from a piece of cloth or paper Take a which dangled the insulated wires which birth mark for instance There are accompany every electric batten- To hundreds of persons moving about the ihe end of one of the wlies was affixed a citv disfigured with purple or scarlet ponge electrode and lo the other a very blotch s on their faces who imagine it fclender thorn pointed needle was deli is necesarv that their lives should be cately clamped made miserable by these blemishe 2ow then he said pushing back when a little thought ought to tear h h is cuffs with that brisk professional air them that bleaching is a simple process which is associated with the tender whether applied to broom straw or the memories of dental experiences this human skin Cincinnati Lnquirer box contains an eight cell electric batÂ¬ tery This sponge whch you will WHAT GIRLS READ grasp in your right hand please ah thank you is the positive pole Ths One Thousand Ko ponse From Tonne THdics Attrmlintr Knjjlish ohooK needle made of gold because that metal is susceptible of beng brought to In the course of an artclc which Mr a much liner point than the hnest steel E G Salmon contributed to the Y2e- peeaie ana tne liner tne point naturally f fh on the Cllbecfc of Books uie smmiur wiu ue me puncture wniCU mere is an intereiMing list it will make in vonr skint this noodle w ior uinv vvw R the negative pole When the needle showing what books they do as a mat- penetrates the skin and touches the root ter of fact most affect The data were of the hair it thus completes the circuit procured bv Mr Charles Welsh the and a current of electricity ruhe like publisher who colledcd replies from lightning to the point of ine instrument varjons schools A thousa id school ami blasts the young har m its prim- e- ffirls reSp0nded to the question Who in fact at kills iL INow dont start j vour flvor to author and rejecting piease t penecwy mux u names which are not mentioned live The young roan felt a slight tingling timpj Mr Salmon tabulates the result wnen tne neeaie point entered the ne fn r j f rri jne tingung com nueu lor 3 iwv fc cuucie 11 33lmiyun nbout ten seconds and a single coarse sir WnUercou 22G Miss Braddon il 11 black har dropped from hi face and C Kinssley itl Mrs II B Stowe HI Miss Worboise li lonje flnatftd tn thp 1innr Aftr a sirai ir i 10 7 U Alnswortb sbakepeire operation had been jierformed eight K Wetlierll 0 64 Loid Tenyon 9 times his cheek was as smooth as an in Â¬ Mr Henry Wood SI Mlssilintsomerj9 41IL I niackmore and beyond a sVght suffusion of GeorKC Eliot fants 4lW RIhck Ixrd lA tion 31 Defoe blood to the part mak ng the skm rosv Lonjfeliow S 30 Mark Twain sirwl reddening the obnoxious color of j 7 20 F fcmedley Andersen the mole there were no yisible effects llusba strotton C 2iCarlyle t 2i MtSeKdeworth of the punctures fanon Van an 21 Miss Have jru Grace Agmltir Thiit hair will never come back It Grimm v VJ John IMSkm is not often that I remove nine hairs Thackeray 1 6 Lewis Cinoll 5 17 1L 5L llaliaotj ne from a single spot at one sitting but Mrs Walton 17 C llronte 5 you skin is so thick that I judged the WhvttOielvilIe 16 Mrs OaskelL W II G Kingston 16 Mrs Henmns ensuing inflammation would not be Jules Verne s Clac It Mrs K Marshall much and thai you could safely stand IS Captain Marryat the opcrat on but I think it will be as jiisa Aicott 12 F Anstey wed to va ttwo or three days before we This analysis of the voting as it begin to reduce the other trouble the may be called suggests saj s Mr Sal Â¬ discolcrat on Under no circumstances mon some curious reflections to those do I ever pull more than a dozen ha rs whj have at all studied grls literawith electricity at one sitting and then ture Hardly one of the recognized I make its point not to remove them in writers for girls is mentioned Mr one spot hut to take them one by one Wcl h Is doubtless correct when he from a large an area as possible For surmis es that much of the popularity instpn c n removing obeetionable from the publishers po nt of view ol mustaches from ladies upper lips books for inns is due to the fact that nd hat is a profitable branch of my ihey m hollirlt bv parents and friends bnsmcsfc I nrst remove a hair if Virs Were to choose from the extreme right Ann of frit forlvnlc own books in other words thev their mustache then from the extreme left would make a choice for themselves then from the center and so on By verv different from that which their thewsv have vou ever noticed that A pale yonng man wearing a gener Â¬ ally lean and hungry look and a specific brown mole on the epidermis just over las Tight cheelc hone passed down Fourth and up one of the cross streets nt ilKnt nine oclock last Sunday morn- mg When he rang the bell at w doorway of a trim brick building near street 111c mole on nis cueeK was decorated with a growth of hair which mghlhavc given his mustache odds mid then beaten it by a hundred and fifty points When he emerged twenty minutes later the mole was bleached to cJc-- iau color and the growth of 1 I Electricity and Acids as Destroyers of applied Cnticular Tllemlshes nig Freckles the Has seence turned its attention lo alcoholic nose Blanched Wrinkles Eradicated TVarta Yes sir but 3 011 mut not connect Bd Birth Marks Washed Away all red noses with the abu e of stim il lants The corset lace is quite as effec- Â¬ hairs at a single sitting He did it but the punishment jgave the young lady a wounded upper Up which will be rough and more or less scarred for the next six months However most ladies are afraid of the electrical treatment preferring the depilatories which while not always permanent in their effects will remove an entre mustocC at one appl cation without pain And when continued will generally kill the papilla in time Let me show you how they do their perfect work on the back of 3our hand With a small camels hair brush the doctor applied a watery liquid to a spot as large as a silver half dollar on the hairy back of the visitors hand It grew warm almost hot for a moment and the hair began to shrivel up and gradually disappear In a few miuules the spot was dry all the hair ha 1 disap Â¬ peared and the place was as smooth as the center of ones palm Science is a great thing young man That acid is composed of a number of caustics and in sufficient quantity will eat a hole ihrough ones had but When applied according to directions t merely dissolves the hair as you have seen In fact in the present stage of the worlds progress it is not n eessary for the fair sex to suffer with any bHn ishes Wrinkles disappear freckles fade pock marks fill up birth marks are blanched and even red noses made white by the action of acids skillfully FOREIGN GOSSIP As many as a thousand quakngs A day have been registered in 7Sevv Zea Â¬ land Ghentis built on twenty six islands Amsterdam on ninety and Yeuice on -- j 1 1 t -- I I j h vi v j - j J Â¬ i J 1 1 J y J1 I Lm a t j i t Â¬ i MAMi llT H AC -- TefoAKnO -- 1 ffvAirFh- - iaju J cleanly marked line across the lip and It is the the ends are sharply defined truth and another point is that there are rarely more than fifty vigorous Ttsir in a female mustache so that few of them cannot be removed in five or mx sittmg I had a case the other day of allaying the mliammati on occas onea Vysonae charlatan endeavoring to up roi a whole mustache of thirty five ts---- wwv Bub did vou ever stop to think a grocer recently as he measured said j out half a peck of poatoes that the c potatoes contain sugar water and 1 but I heard mother say you put peas and beans in your coflee and about jaunt 01 water in every rmtr of milk j you sod The subject of nattra philosophy was dropped AT lHcrad bo- J 1 starch- - Ino I ddnt repled th The establishment of the Revenue Marine or what is more familiarly known as the Eevenuc cntter Service eighty antedates that of the present navy The As many as thirty thousand shawls former was organized in 1790 and con ters are made annually in the vale of Cash- Â¬ A roan advertises Griaents scquently has nearly reached the cen- Â¬ The longest tunnel in the world Is mere which are worth on an average Nonaoiw OHt buttons as a aoveky tennial anniversan- of its existence that of the St- - Gothard on the line of weys 1000 apiece had em for tea yersc aitfl so h While it is known that such a corps is a railroad between Lucerne and Milan every other bachelor Treurte Farmer The steamers on the Nile have tunnel is part of the Govern ir eat machinery The summit of theAndermatt900 feet be driven the crocodile from that river to The subject for debate this and 6000 lowthe surface at such an extent that the reptile is prac Â¬ there is little tin lerstand ng b3 the pub- - feet beneath the peak of Kastelhorn of will be Which has most beeefttod tfc tically extinct pca mt he generally regarding its scope and the gt Gothard oup jne tunnet is American people Italian Complete returns of the French 21 T Jknr tne magniiutte 01 11s 26 1 2 feet wide and is 18 feet 10 inches corned beef and cabbage character and census show the population to be in from the floor to the crown of the naL varied dutes round numbers 88000000 an increase A new English dictioaaryw cowC The Revenue Marine at the present arched roof It is 0 1 2 miles Ion r of 50 000 in live years 14 5 S miles longer than the Monnt Ccnis out witn 240000 words People wfc time has a complement of 40 vessels Labouchere in Truth deplores the are ever bent on having theIast w of wlrch are sloops steam launches Tunnel English custom ot torturing women by The biggest trees in the world are the should subscribe at once SI Y- 3V 1 a sailing baric and and harbor boats sentencing them to death wheu there is remaining 25 steamers ranging mammoth trees of California One in gram the not the slightest intention to cany out The a grove in Tulare County according to Why should one nataralbjr expect to from lo0 to 500 tons burden the sentence noted for the part taken m the measurements made by members ot tne receive ovilitv from a parfeh cleric 2rcss Bear Queen Victorias health is said lobe Grcelv relief expedition which was re- - Mate Geological Purvey was snown 10 Why because dont yon see h fe 3cs for several better now than it has been centlj- - transferred to this service is be 276 feet in height lOSfeet in circum to be well versed in the amea kws MOUSE PLAGUE years and more guests are being cnter sPghtly in excess of the tonnage men ference at base and 76 feet at a point 12 life Judf ta npd at Balmoral than at any time Tbo Terrible Vest ruction Wrought by tihnedl In 1843 steamers were first feet above ground Some of the trees An indulgent mother boasted ttot since the Prince Consorts death introduced and by gradual steps are 376 feet high and 34 feet in diame- Â¬ her spoiled and unruly little sob Jw4 Rodent in a Brazilian Irovince largest that top ter Amsterdam lias a great palace In the colon j-- of Lourenco Brazil in were substituted for the old then felled Some of the age of from have been great strength cf mind at which a an Â¬ 2000 to noyed bachelor brother snarled ontr f indicate an type of crafc occupies 01113- - six days the which the King months of May and June 1S7G mice sailuseschooner of the davs of privateer 2510 vears a relic in the 3 car It is built upon piles and in should call it great strength of dorft has cost alltold five mHions of dollars suddenly appeared in enormous num Â¬ ing until now but one sailing cutter is The largest library is the Bibliothe mind The- - invaded the grain fields in left This palace the King shows to vVtors bers The first screw propellers were que National in Paris founded bv Louis Jack displaying bis feet Wht for a consideration Pay two cents and sich large numbers that the corn the Legare and Spencer these proved NIV It contains 1400000 volumes do you think of those shoes only fve The 30 u are taken through bv a guide m seemed literally alive with them de failures and soon went out of use chris-tpm- 300000 pamphlets 175000 manuscripts dollars Did vou ever hear of any lively side wheel steamer Harriet Lane 300000 maps and charts and 150000 stro3ing in a few days every thing that so cheap Mrs Jack Never after the accomplished niece of coins and medals The collection of thing can they sell so much leather One would have thought that the was edible and where but a short time How President Buchanan was among those engravings exceeds 1300000 contained electric light or perhaps the more before bushels of grain might have first built Her career was a notable in some 10000 volumes- - The portraits so little money Life modest gas or even oil would have It was very late and they wers re one She took part in the naval expe- Â¬ number about 100000 been used for the purpose of lighting been harvested not an ear remained newing for the 674th trme thervotf--Youl- l the Merso3 tunnel extension works at and the noise produced b- their nibbling dition to Paragua3 and in the late war The largest desert is that of Sahara she cooed be true to me Most of a vast region of Northern Africa ex Â¬ Liverpool but the contractors are ad and climbing was audble for a con Â¬ was several times under lire von will never tell me a base false Â¬ vertising for tenders foi he supply of siderable distance When the corn- Â¬ the ileet are staunch fast thorough sea tending from the Atlantic Ocean on the hood mar Never mv darling ong vessels of good manageable quali- Â¬ west to the valley of the JSile on the mured Then the bell tolledheone candles fields were devastated the potatoes next 32000 pounds of Only the fies in rough weather and cquppsd for east The length from cast to west is Lowell Citizen The Sultan of Morocco is said to be received their attention Fie is largest were eaten in the ground such almost any emergency likely to arise about 3000 miles its average breadth a veritable Haroun al Rasehid Busness Man Been off again ch number hmdonie and most conrtty in manner as were transportable were hdden The greater under theof them have beenÂ¬ about 900 miles its area about 2000 Dime Museum Man Yes I am nearly immediate super- 000 square miles Ran falls in torrents and professes to be a prophet in which awa- - in hollow trees or other retreats constructed driven to death trying to get attrac Â¬ vision of officers of the corps and have in the Sahara at intervals of five ten character he leads a qu ct and rather f r future use Gourds and pumpkins saw such a searcty o tions secluded 1 fe He possesses six thou- even the hardest were gnawed through been devised w th special reference to and twent3 3 ears In summer the heat freaks- -never Well I heard the other day o of the sweral stations and during the dav-- is excessive but the sand w ves whom he keeps in harems at and eaten Of green food such as the wants considered in Dakota who walked seventy models a leaf was left nmnvac barle3 not lez Morocco and Mckues He also has clover oatseven weeds were cut down of thVr size and type admirable usually j nights are often cold In winter a man to pay a bilL OnuA WbrieC-five miles They are tb temperature is sometimes be a traveling harem which constantly at standing No my dear I would not Papa armeti wuu irom two 10 iour uiuccu low freczinsr point and the inner parts eaten out The great tends him and provided with est pyramid is that of Cheops one wear tan colored gloves they do not In the house the struggle for exist- Â¬ loading rifled cannon That kissing goes by favor and r ence of these long tailed invaders was necessary small arms for the use of of the three pyramids forming the match your dress His heirear Dear by favor 011I3- a Berlin dentist recently bat do brightening The Commodore Perry one found out with a vongeince Ho hati truly amazing In mam of the dwell-Â¬ crews handsomest and swiftest cutters Memphis Group situated on a plateau me neither theypapa I can get a dres of the then you know about 17J feet above the level of the been so impressed with the bcaut3r of a ings hundreds were killed in a single m the service cruising on Lake Erie highest rise in the Nile Its dimen- Â¬ and awmp and a bonnet and a parasol The cats could contribute but da3 d client that he could not 1 X II Graphic-made an average speed of nineteen to match the gloves plague resist the temptaron of stealing several ttle aid in fighting- such a rats so for m lies an hour on her trial trip It is sions have been reduced by tbe removal wails an How can I get a head large of the outer portion to furnish stone kisses from her for which theft and not only were main- of the it would have been an unequal con helved that this result has not been ex- Â¬ for the city of Cairo Its masonry con- Â¬ unhappy mortal Buy a barrel and flagrant breach of professonal etiquette that ceeded 03 w3 Government vessel ouli get two Binjhumton Bepub sisted originally of S902S000 cubic he was sentenced to a fine of live hun- - test but br their great number they of the Revenue Marine feet and still amounts to 82111000 jican If he were to buy a cabbage patch The dred marks or fifty davs imprison- - drove the cats actually from the houses are assteamers a general rule ready at a feet The present verteal height is 450 he would get more titan a hundred not to return until the plague was ment was moments cad to proceed upon pro- Â¬ one of which judging from his except Some excitement was recently parsed ed Nothing stone or what was longed and important nrssions as has feet aganst 479 feet originally The cither would be an improvement en wail glass compo of iron total weight of stone is estimated at caused m Rome by the discovery of a spared been stated thc- - have been among the 6316000 tons The largest bell in the the one he now wears Xorri3iote destructiveness stranger at night on a balcon3 in the Furniturefrom theirhats books every first armed force to repel a foreign clothes world is the great bell of Moscow at Herald Â¬ so called Benedict on Loggia adjoin thing bore the traces of their teeth enemy or aid in the prevention or set the font of the Kremlin Its circumfer- Â¬ ing ihe Vatii an He had el mbed the tementof international complications the hoofs of the cows FOUND HIS DOLLAR statue of Constantino in order to reach Thev gnawed stables literally ate and In less than ten days after the ratifica- Â¬ ence at the bottom is nearly 68 feet and up horses in the its height more than 21 feet In its balcony and had made an opening the a Kncotic Stranger Get Even Witk fatted hogs and often bit awaj the hair tion of the treaty lbo6 for the pur- Â¬ stoutest part it is 23 inches thick and in the waif of the Vatican when d Smart Uetrolt Detective They pene- Â¬ chase of Alaska the revenue steamer its weight has been computed to be 443 of persons during sleep He stated that his onlv motive in Lincoln under command of Captain 722 pounds It has never been hung gnawed their all apartments Detective John Webb was passing th doing this was his irreist ble desre to tratedthrough boards and and walls of John W White was despatched to that Philadelphia Bulletin way Bates street end of the vegetable market see the Pope and his manner clearly Dutches that were dug about region and much information was obÂ¬ house three or four days ago when a strange e indicated that he was a religious fa-Â¬ granaries did not sutlice the mice tained regarding the geograplr- - re- Â¬ natic accosted him with INDIAN RELICS would climb over each other and thus sources productions climate etc of fol- Â¬ A singular kind of family register reach the top Say I came in town the other day the country This cruise has been is kept in tome parts of Switzerland to git my boots fixed and I was looking The foregoing account of one occur- Â¬ lowed yearly b3 the cruising of revenue Wherever those big lound cheeses are rence in Lourenco will suffice to show vessels in tlie waters of Alaska and up Interesting Renaming of the Extinct Kace around this place a little and lost a sil Â¬ of tbe TSethnks or Boethie made it is the custom for the friends to what an extent the plague reached to the present time no vessel of the Relics of the extinct race of red In Â¬ ver dollar out of a hole In my pocket-and relatives of a newly married couple The same province hadsuileml sim lar service has met with disaster while en- Â¬ But you didnt come back to ioofc to join in presenting them w th a n ex-Â¬ ly in 184 and 1863 and in all probabil gaged in such arduous work dians who were the aboriginal in- Â¬ for it did von tra specimen of their da r3 produce ty will again in 1S8U Similar plagues A vessel that has gained a distinctive habitants of Newfoundland were re- Â¬ Yes I did I think I iost it right which is not intended t be eaten but though far les in extent have occurred public reputation for her various expe cently discovered on Pilleys island over there where I dodged a wago serves as a family register on which in Europe in which the field mice un- Â¬ tions tcTthe Arctic is the steam cutter Notre Dame Bay The relies are very Have you heard of any one pickingp a the family events such as births deaths accountably appeared in greath- - in Thomas Corwin antl weddings are markod b3 crosses creased numbers One may well think The Revenue Marine while being a interesting Very few remans of the dollar No sr cut perpendicularly into the cheese what would be the result were theso part of the Trcasuiy organization has vanished race of theBethuks orBoethies Seen any advertisement in the paÂ¬ This custom dates back as far sis the little almost insignificant creatures always been regardt d as belonging to have been preserved There are a few seventeenth century and a good many eveiywherc in such wise to take the the militaiy force of the Government in private hands and the Newfoundland pers No Youd better save vour time chcees two centuries old are said to be ascendencj When one considers that V hile aid ng the civil establishment in Museum contains a small collection in- Â¬ Why extant an average of evety one or two months the enforcement of certain laws it can Â¬ cluding a skull and skeleton some ar-Â¬ Wiry man you arent green enough from five to eight are born and that at the pleasure of the President be ac- rowheads axes gouges and other stone to expect to get that dollar back an Congress HOME MADE COCOA these 3oung become mature in a few counted as part of the nav3 themselves he will be surprised has conferred naval rank and authority implements One of the graves opened you Of course am I Wasnt it mine months A tfexlcan Crop Which linn Created a to know that a single pair of common I upon the officers who are appointed by in the recent excavation contained the rcv irdu Jrj in JliK Country dent bv and with the advice skull of an adult in an excellent state of Didntlloeit field mice in the course of a single sum Â¬ the Pres Weill Weill Some one ought to Mexico produces many valuable crops mer would increase to twentj three and consent of the Senate and hold It has the characteris- Â¬ sand paper your head of preservation Its woods and fields abound with pro- Â¬ thousand rodents Could all the condi- their commssions during good be Â¬ tics of the skull of the savage but it is queried the man as They had eh ducts that are useful lo our commerce tions which now keep them in check be havior The Secretary of the Treasury well shaped and pretty well developed he searched around in the street- 1 is intrusted with the immediate control TI1C3 have been verv little utilized unt 1 removed ever3- living thing on earth lost it just about here while I wan and management ofihe service as well in the intellectual region a skull that within a recent period Even now they would be consumed in half a dozen as the stationing of ves els and officers proves conclusively the way of a wagon- that the Bethuks jumping out ofto rub anv sand paper li any body tries are only beginning to find a way to our vears bciencc 00 olh- - j he determines the number of petty Only dcsgnates the were by no means of ft low type found mv head Ill demarketcers and seamen and The recent attempts to three bones of the skeleton wre He made a dive into the dirt antl SWEET REST REST collector of customs under whose su- - with the skull velop Mexico have brought lo light Foxes or wolves had fished up a silver dollar and as he held pervision cich vessel is placed probably carried oft the others Won the Kespcct mau3 of its treasures Among them is How a Mother-iii-Liit between his thumb and finger and The jurist cton of the customs au Â¬ of Her Daughter Hubantl The greatest curiosity however is the danced around he cried the cocoa plant The cocoa bean grows thority is confined withTn a limit ex- Â¬ in a pod containing from twenty live to A great many stories have been told tending four leagues from the coast other skeleton which with the excep Here she is this is the very one I beans each Those beans con aln about men who had no use for their Ves els arriving in I nlted States waters tion of the vertebra of the neck is per- know it by the nck I cut on the edgeJ fort3 Apparently t is the skeleton of a f laers known as cocoa nibs Nature mothei-in-laexamined their papers young Boethie nine or ten 3 ears of age Ought to have im-- head sand papered hence an exception to are p aces them together in a geometric the general rule is very refreshing cert lied to and proper fastenings if The body had been wrapped in birch had I Well you just bet I know raj and Im a dollar ahead Its lucky lormation not unlike that of the Brazil I dont want to hear or read any deemed necessaiy alixod to the hatches bark doubled together laid on its side gat nut when in a pod These little nibs This and covered with a heap of stones The forme though that you didnt find it communicating with the holds You look just like a man whod have are held in place by a skin or hell thing disparaging to mothers-in-lawork is often accompanied with much seen to be When the covering is once broken no said Judge Peterb3 to his young friend diilicultv- - and danger as any mHiap in form was wrappings perfectly preserved chucked it into his pocket and let me go wm were removed and to ruin- - Sand paper How would you artisan can place the nibs together Ilo tetter McGinnis lowerng a boat in a heavy sea or a it h has the somewhat the appearance of a ike to bite a tile agan in the same formafon even What makes 3 011 talk in that eccen- Â¬ want of skilful management in going mummv Ihe skull is detached irom And the abashed detective couldn w th the most delicate implements tric sort of a way Judge alongsde of a htp underlay night h body the vertebrai of the neck hav A hen- say a word in his own defense Detroit Heretofore the product of the cocoa Ill tell you why My wife has occasion d destroyed or It ji plant reached the markets of civdization jawed me almost to death ever since we ever a versel liable to seizure or exam well shaped and in aremoved state of Free Press good from South America and the West In- were married Last week I invited her ination does not bring to when re preservation In addition there are in dies The result was that the crop of mother to come and Ihe with us nu red to do so the commander of a the collection several specimens of beau- GERMAN EMIGRATION raw material found its way to the other Have you lost your cutter after the discharge of a caution tiful finished stone arrow heads hatchets Man alive side of the Atlantic as the direct trade senses ar gun can fire into such vessel and various articles made from birch Tho Vast Tentonie Exoila to the United tat of Aincrlci with the former countries was main by You see they dont all per ons acting under his orders are j bark such as small models of canoes Not much With the European continent agree Tluv fight each other all day indemniicd from an- - penalties or ac- Â¬ transacted drinking vessels c and curiously The vast emigration from Germany b3 cssels carrying the Hags of nations long and I am enjo ing a season of tions for damages iicnenanl Worth shaped bone ornaments all well worthy in modern years and its causes are now composing that part of the earth Con- Â¬ hea enh rest My wife is so tired quar Â¬ G Robs UisHJL in Harper s Mag- Â¬ of scientific examination Ihese ac- Â¬ commonplaces of contemporary history sequently the manufactured article or reling all da3r long with her mother azine cording to the Indian custom had been No pause is needed here for dwelling prepared cocoa was brought here from that when I come home there is nothing buried with the dead upon the innate force and healthy Europe and had to pay duties which in- Â¬ left over for me Why that mother-in-laTHE BIGGEST THINGS The aborigines of Newfoundland were stamina of the breed its domestic family creased the cost to the consumer I feel of mine is a lightning rod A New Yorker conceived the idea perfectly safe as long as she is in the Ioinls for To e Who Are 1ond of Engag a branch of the great and powerful Al habits its calm self reliance and its ad- Â¬ In tribe of In well prepared could tht cocoa Europe be aswas necessary to house She is a treasure The next The largest in Argument the world is gonqumwho once North American theÂ¬ venturous spirit extended from dians theater in here as in It has man I hear abusing mothers-in-laKep not standing fixed and rooted It cov- Â¬ Rocky Mountains to Newfoundland secuie the raw material as litis the got me to fight I only wish I had the new opera house in Pari Briskly venture briskly roam United States did not produce It was three or four of them in the house ers nearly three acres of ground its from Labrador to the Carolinas Here Head and hand whereer thou foot it livetl for ages beiore the discover the3 And stout heart are still at home found that cocoa was mdigenous to the Then Id feel perfectly safe Texas cubic mass is 42S7C00 feet it cost 100 of the island by Cabot hunting and soil of GuaymasandSocomiska Mexico is tings The results are a high rate of increase in 000000 francs The largest suspension fishing but it was a dark day for If imported in the bean or raw it could if the population and a readiness to seek bridge is the one between New York these poor savages when the palefaces be brought into th s counUy free of Decay of Buddhism Quarrels arose and at afar relief from the heavy pressure of while the prepared cocoa had to duty City and Brooklyn the length of the appeared be- Â¬ military service under which Germany to it pa- a duty as a manufactured article Prof Sir Monier Williams of Oxford main span is 1595 feet 6 inches the length thebecame war The the knife two races savages were and her leading antagonist are nowbota The bean when gathered and separated declares that Buddhism has entirely entire length of the bridge is 5980 feet tween no match for the white men armed with groanmg Ihe stat sties of German from the pod packed in mauilla bags of died out in India proper the place of its The loftiest active volcano is Popoca muskets Brutal cruelties were prac- Â¬ cmigrat on are not qute satisfactory about one hundreds and ten pound- th rty ticed by the whites and these were fol- Â¬ but between 180 and 184 a yearly smoking mountain weight each When brought to this coun Â¬ origin and is rap dly dying out in other tapetl The average of 172750 left the mother try the bean has a yellow or reddi h Asiatic countries He thinks the de Â¬ iive miles southwest of Puebla Mexico lowed by savage retaliations countries of the empire by Antwerp tinge according to its condition But votees of the religion do not number it is 17748 feet above the sea level and whites at length came to regard the Bremen Hambnrg Havre and Stettln it has to be roasted before being used over 10000000 at the present t me has a crat r throe miles in ereumfer aborigines as vermin to be extermin The vast majority of these went to the The longest ated and the unequal contest went on and then stripped of its skin bv delicate and that the exaggerated dea- - with re- ence and 1000 feet deep United States and the greater port on machnery so as to separate the cover- Â¬ gard to the population of Chna to- - span of wire in the world is used for a until not a red man survived of the remainder to Â¬ ing while preserving the useful parts of gethor with the forgetfulness of the telegraph in India over the river Kist- Anotner trme 01 anaians ine Atic- - ica It is significant that South Amer between 181 f It is more than bJUJ leet in macs from Nova Scotia aided in the and 1883 12o156 the bean The cocoa nibs have next to million- - who worship no one but their nah emigrants renounced be ground by a process that will save own ancestors account for the idea that length ana is izuu ieet mgn work of extermination having been largest ship m the world is the Great deadly foe of the Bethuks and gradu Â¬ their German nationality It i this the natural butter contained in the the Confueianits are so numerous His bean This butter is the healthy and own opinion is that in point of num- - Eastern she is 6K feet long 83 feet ally the ranks of the latter were thin- Â¬ not surprising to find the table exhibit Â¬ ing 2601000 Germans outside their nutritious part of the cocoa But it ha- - bers Christian t- - stands at the head of broad and 60 feet deep being 28627 ned they were driven from their best fatherland of vhom 2000000 are ia to be refined and neutralized b the all the religon of the world The or- - tons burden 18915 gross and 13344 hunting grounds and war and disease the States and 110000 m South Amer- lessened their numbers until to day not addition of arrowroot and the method der following he bePeves to net register The greatest fortress from a strateg- - a single representative of the red Indi- - iuo iu oeig mu live some ilKW of preparation After several trias leHindusm including Brahman m ical point of view is the famous strong- - ans 0f Newfoundland is known to be in among the Scand navians 39000 i this has been successful- - accomplished Jniuism demon and letish worships until as fine and even liner prepared Confucian sm Mohammedanism Budd Â¬ hold of Gibraltar It occupies a rocsy i existence Their haunts in the interior Switzerland Io00 Jin Holland 42000 cocoa of home mamuacture has found hism Tao sm Judaism and Zoroas peninsula jutting out into the sea have been explored in the hope of dis- - and in France where sullen hostility t the Prussians is but ill disguised not about three miles long and three-quits was to the New York market than trianism science covering some remnants of the ill fated ters of a mile wide One central rock race but in vain Only a few graves fewer than 82000 Wh Ie the Germax am- - ever imported from European rises to the height of 1435 feet above and the moldering remains ot their huts Empire can reckon over 2500000 of countries Of course it can be sold at a Not Likely to Marry the sea level Its northern face is al- - and deer fences have been discov ered her children in foreign climes or 57 a much cheaper price while giving a per cent on the aggregate population letter article The cost has even been A Dallas lad3 was conversing with a most perpendicular while its east side All this nves a monrnfnl interest tn th On relies 5 Johtfs S F Cor X Y of 45200U00 she ahords a- subsistence is full of tremendous precipices brought so low ns to give it to the con- Â¬ matrimon- to 293000 natives of other conatries in the south it terminates in what is called Times sumer at about oup cent per cup and frientl about In Austin is not married Europa Point Ihe west side is less Your son eluding 11H000 Ansfro Hungarlaiie j et yield a profit on the nvestment t 35000 Scandinavians 2000Sw ssf yet she remarked steep than the east and between its The unportaton of Mexcan cocoa is Oh no he is too young to thnk of base and the sea is the narrow almost John McGregor a California coach only 17000 French who thus take an cut rely new venture It ha never 000- - Gummas 1xpu attempted before by an- - one In such a thing He must wait until he level spot on vvhch the town of Gibral- - man has bv the death of an uncle m a poor revenge of the who have peacefully continued tJe inÂ¬ fact tli3 Mexican product has at no time becomes a sensible reasonable human tar was built The fortress is considered England fallen heir to a fortune of impregnable to m litaiy assault The U0UG0 This is better than running vasion of French territory- - The feas Â¬ ecu hipped to th s market Being of being Humph if he remains single until regi ar garrison in time of peace num- - awav with tic dtnghter of i mill onaire ance in Germanys favor is tfeu rf vi iimsualy line taste and color it is is only excab was K 10 become a much more desirabe then he will never marry at all er about ov n thou ami wih an ru hie temper Lhieitjo Tri large- - J2400J-atd by our own NwtineHtk Ltutttrg TLe biggest cavern is the Mammoth j otui atcle than the imported prepared the replj Texas dijhngs There Is every tendency that the Mexcan product will b prolific especially when a demand is created for it the plant being one of the native products requiring very little care n the raising Those who have been in the habit of Using cocoa or chocolate have heretofore been com- Â¬ pelled to depend on foreign productions in order to secure a wholesome and healthy article and even this could not alwa s be guarautCvd as many of the foreign chocolates have been found to be adulterated with deleterious matter in order to gve the goods an attractive appearance The introduction of a home made cocoa cash prepared by the honsekeepers when provid ug a morning or other meal guaranteed to be pure will ccrtamly take the prece- Â¬ dence over any thng that can be im- Â¬ when it can be proven ported that it is so much cheaper to the con- Â¬ sumer as well as being healther and more palatable V Y Mail and Ex cocoa REVENUE MARINE Scope of tlio Arduous Work Reformed by ThU Important Service Cave in Edmonson County 2wy It 5 near Green River about six miles from Cave Cit and twenty eight from Bowling Green- - The cave consists of a succession of irregular chambers some of which are large situated on different levels- - Some of these are traversed by navigable branches of the subterranean river Blind fish are found in its wa- Â¬ PITH AND AI POMtT rf ftjjfe an dwma WOM Mi M exchange-- Perkp says an reason way so New Haven Xee In Emsdaad they call it We call it insnramce over Imw American agent uesally ha tie thing Somervttse mj Jireu -- ermg -d i fr Â¬ j Â¬ sixtecn-3car-ol- -- TTo-b- - -- covered -- Â¬ Â¬ 1 w -- w I w i l - 1 Â¬ I I w 1 w - Â¬ j - - i J Chri-tiairt- v- 7 ar 1 - B ad bt -- -- -t- - giaa a a miMJ wnrtTiii E Rrj 0 ftf 1 tst Jg- vsF v 4 IMAGINARY A m PERFECT ASSEMBLY of men Tho Tramers of the Constitution of the United States Hamilton and Madison ILLS the waist line the back is notched out and forms a small basque Coat sleovoa Xterilscl fey Xary Timid with plaited cufis 5f Mi4 WeHieB Feathpr irimnvng such an is used for kasteaed into a lriK wrp - used in ft jiug and bindings Wit Madisoa street the other for bonnets and hat Dressy bonnets witfe a quick step was soon at of open meshed wire netting strung v Ih bead f tie proprietor Will be worn untl ery late said be addressing the in the season and with laec dresses and and speaking n rapit lace trimmed toilets throughout the ice voice whick batrajed his ex winter lined of course with suituble material as the season it ihis little scratch on mv Feather and bead coronets areadvances popular ka4 was made by a rusty nal its and tiny feather pompons of graduated a a good deal you know sizes are set around the brims of bon Sok eoases in this way Try and nets Bead trimmings of all sorts bead birds aigrettes leaves wheat ears all right pkjKcian looked aths patient balls of wire strung eU and every Tie ssjitly for a saoment and saw a slender imaginable dspos ton of beads will bo ywg about twenty six years old used in winter millinery Bristling wHk Hub delicate featnres a smooth loops of jet beads strung on wiro are skis long slender hands A thickly set over the cntre fronts of feKlj aervous temperament the some clrcsay bonnets Hats are of two very distnet shapes pfcyfigian said to himself then the large chapcau of velvet wth turned gkaoeal at the wounded palm wkick had sent him his palent up brim trimmed in all colors with long ostrich feathers It was a little bruise about the size of a and falling down twisted together kaH paa a deep red color in the center at the back comes wkace the skin had been torn and first then there is the pretty plainlv fading into a pins shade toward the trimmed felt hat with plain fiat edge Such hats are often turned up suddenly just in the middle in front and others Sore asked the physician 1 WclL not rery painful replied the are put toward the back of the head or youag man only it bothers me I a little on one side Felt shapes like scratched the palm of my hand on an toques are set firm and low over the Three forms dispute the xM plank and got this Of course it forehead doesnt amount to any thing now but I palm and these arc The Spanish com- Â¬ arat afraid it might lead to lockjaw if posed of a straght brim and square something aint done Id rather get crown and the helmet this resembling the start of lockjaw than to have it get what the French term le casque do the start of me I want something to voyage at the back and looking like a high coiffure in front 2f Y World head off that malady if possible Â¬ The young man spoke with his accustomed Yap dity He was in an acute DANGEROUS WORK rrous state Yo have something doctor he Iliospliorns Poisoning the Malady From sked and the physician replied Which JloKt Match Maker Suffer Oh yes Til fix you outin no time In the making of lucifer matches the 1 The man of drugs went behind his ends of the wood suitably dried and counter busied himself with a number cf big bottles for a brief while then split are dipped into a paste composed T inerged with a small vial in his hand of phosphorus and chlorate or nitrate and told his patient to swallow n tea of potash Of course there are the spoonful of the mixture once every few dangers of explosion and accidental hoars and to come to the drug store the burns from these chemicals in addition next day and report how he was getting the employes chiefly women and chil- Â¬ along The young man walked rapidly dren are poisoned by fumes of phos- Â¬ away and as he disappeared down the phorus Almost all of them are pale street the physic an remarked Now hell run to h s room and and badly nourished complain of pains swallow that stuff as I told him to do in the stomach and dyspepsia while and it wont have anymore effect on many of them haved a catarrh of the seases especially stomach lung him than so much drinking water catarrhs and consumption arc fre- Â¬ Why exclaimed the layman who was an eye witness to the scene isnt quent Some match manufacturers say that that medicine intended to ward off lock-Â¬ stupidthe workmen become dull and and have no energy or heart in jaw That is what he asked for their work eU have no more lockjaw than The most striking effect of long con- Â¬ you declared the drug man in a merry voice Why there is ab- Â¬ tinued phosphorus poisonng is to pro-Â¬ solutely notlrng whatever the matter duce death of portions of bones particu- Â¬ This disthat of with him That wound in hs hand a larly appears the lower jaw five years ease or after four mere scratch He would never have or noticed it if he hadnt got hold of some employment in this business and ten be- Â¬ twelve per cent of the old hands blamed book or paper telling how easy You saw how thin come thus effected Toothacho is gen- Â¬ ock jaw is caused the ie was how excited he talked Well erally thenfirst thing wrong that is no- Â¬ ticed pains in the face swelling the young man is constitutionally and tenderness of the gums enlarged nervous He got that scratch on his hand and his nervous fears at once con- Â¬ glands etc Then an abscess forms jured up the terrors of lockjaw so he which discharges offensive matter and sooner or later it is discovered that a posted off here to me part the bone is When the I had to do something for him upperofjaw is affected dead disease is slow the though if I didnt some one else in its progress in the lower one it runs wosld But the whole truth of the by and is jnatter is that his case simply illustrates a shorter course If the ucadattended re- Â¬ more suffering bone is Itke trath of the old saying that a little moved by surgical operation recovery learning is a dangerous thing If he is the rule while thirty five to thirty hadnt read that silly stuff about lock- Â¬ of jaw and allowed his fears to get the eight per cent this those neglected die painful and someTo prevent best of him hed be several dollars times fatal disease the most complete ahead jast now and in a much better ventilation of the working rooms par- Â¬ frame of mind too heavy ticularly near the floor Do you have many such cases where vapors sink for a time where thebe en- Â¬ should people come to you for the relief from forced As the four thousandth part of a danger that does not threaten them the vapor of oil of turpentine in the air Lots The hydrophobia craze or prevents the giving off of phosphorus craak is the better word is represented vapors at ord nary temperatures dishes Jiere everv few days Men and women containing this substance should b3 some of them with a tiny scratch on a freely distributed about the floors of the finger which they say was caused by a workmen carry dogs tooth want medicine to neutral- Â¬ rooms tin The English boxes containing this oil sus- Â¬ small ize the poison they think is in their sys pended from their necks in order to Half the tme these scratches are prevent the poisonous vapors not made by a dog at all but the peo- Â¬ Childreninhalug not b2 permitted to en- Â¬ should ple think they are because possibly gage in such employment and all em- Â¬ they may have caressed a littlo dog ployes who have imperfect teeth should some time during the day The other be rejected for the poison fre juently ihalf are deluded by fear but they are gains entrance to the bone of the jaw really concerned in having a physician through a defective tooth The so attend them and of course that is called red phosphorus only should be what I am here for allowed in the manufacture of matches Any other cases This is much more expensive than tho Yes the drunkard who thinks he is ordinary form but it is not poisonous going to have delirium tremens The The matches made from it require to nervous state following a debauch is be manufactured in a little more care-Â¬ prolific of some exeting fancies not the ful manner but the use of the ordinary least of which is that the victim believes white phosphorus should be strictly he is going to have the jim jam These prohibited by law 67 Louis Globe cases however require medicine Democrat Chicago Jfcirs MEXICAN SCENERY NEW YORK STYLES -- 4 L- i In its composition this group f jw xieap Â¬ Jd left nothing to be desrd In its and in its weakness it was an strength ideally perfect as embly There were fifty five men all ofthemrcspctablefor family and for personal qualities men who had been well educated and had done something wherebv to earn recog nition in those troubled times Twenty nine were university men graduates of Harvard Yale Columbia Princeton Oxford and Glasgow Twenty six were not university men and among these were Wash ngton and franklin Of the illustrious c tlzens who for their public fcrvices would naturally have been here John Adams and Thomas JeTerson were in Europe Samuel Adams Patrick Henry and Kichard Henry Lee dis- Â¬ approved of the convention and staved at home and the greatest man of Rhode Island Nathaniel Greene who might have succeeded in bringing his Stafe into the convention had lately died of a sun stroke at the early age of forty four Â¬ Â¬ tes KnffCetioBs for Ladles Who Tould Dress A Kesrion Where One Can FIixi Perpetual Well and rashionatriy Newmarkets show few changes ex-Â¬ cept the almost universal addition of a cape A few hoods are seen but the plain coachmans cape is preferred Nearly all fine garments are lined throughout wth satin or twilled silk and the general finish is similar to that But few on mens light overcoats double breated long garments are seen in he more expensive styles Jerseys are in high favor and are brought out in very desirable styles Some new patterns are covered with irri descent beads and bra ding All fine jerseys are now cut like dress waists are whaleboned in all the seams and have an inside belt A perfectly fitted plain corset cover of linen or coutille is worn by many ladies under the jersey and adds much to the style of the gar Â¬ The Souvaroff jacket is a new model much m vogue It fastens with one button only at the neck and is rounded off over the hips remaning open all the way down over a plastron or chemi- Â¬ sette At the back it forms a small basque arranged in hollow plaits it is edged all round with fancy galloon or embroidery The same trimming is put on over the sleeve from tlie boulder to the wrist and round the lower edge it is a plain coat sleeve Belts of ivory leather which have raised figures in the color of old ivory on ground are chosen for use with gray costumes and a similar style with the pattern on a brown ground is worn with brown dresses White undressed kid belts delicate and lovely to look at are in bigh favor for use wth house dresses of white serge and similar goods The better qualities are lined with sat n and some of the newest are fastened with two buckles and narrow straps New woolens are in pretty arabesque patternsin caraaieu shades over a darker ground The skirts are arranged n se-Â¬ ries of small plaits alternating with large single ones except at the back width which is slightly draped into a puff On the left side of this puff the pla ts are caught up with long loopsÂ¬ aBd ends of r boon this shows the underskirt which is of plain silk or cash ioere with several rows of velvet or brad round the bottom and a narrow tinting showing just beyond the edge The froats are plated arid crossed over amisr down nto a point a lttle below -- I I I Summer and Eternal fciioiv General Jackson ex Minister to Mex- Â¬ ico says The scenery of Mexico ex-Â¬ ceeds any thing in the world that has ever come under my observation either on this continent or in Europe The Citv of Mexico is 7400 feet above the level of the ea It is in what is called the cold country Next to it toward the Gulf is the temperate country and ment The country about Jalapa was pronounced by Humboldt the garden spot of the world It is distinguished from all other grand and beautiful scenery in the world by the fact that at the foot of Mount Orizava there reigns perpetual summer while the mountan ltsen rises imo me region oi ct rnai snow I have seen mi mountains of Switzerland but I never saw one that I thought comparable in grandeur md beauty to Orizava lhave watched upon an orange tree the development of the fruit from the bud through the blos- Â¬ som to the ripe orange there in tho very sTght of the snow covered moun- Â¬ tains I have drunk ice water flowing from Orizava and at the tame time had N in reach splendid ripe pineapples try Y PosL little need be said The names of Wash- Â¬ ington and Franklin stood for supreme intelligence and consummate tact franklin had returned to this country two years before ami was now Presi- Â¬ dent of Pennsylvania He was eighty one years of age the oldest man in the convention as Charles Pinckney of South Carolina aged twenty nine was the youngest The two most profound and original thinkers in the company were but little older than Pinckney Alexander Hamilton was thirty James Madison thirty six Among political writers these two men must be ranked in the same order with Aristotle Mon- Â¬ tesquieu and Locke and the Federal Â¬ ist their joint production is the great- Â¬ est treatise on government that has ever been written John Jay who con- Â¬ tributed a few pages to this immortal volume had not been sent to the con- Â¬ vention because New York did not wish to have it succeed Along wth Ham ilton New York sent two commonplace men Yates and Lansing who were extreme and obstinate and the action of Hamilton who was thus prevented from carrying the vote of his own State for auy meas- Â¬ ure which he might propose was in th8 way sadly embarrassed For an- Â¬ other reason Hamilton failed to exert as much influence in the convention as one would have expected from his pro- Â¬ found thought and hs brilliant eloScarcely any of these men en- Â¬ quence tertained what we should now call ex-Â¬ treme democratic views Scarceh auy perhaps had that intense faith in the ultimate good sense of the people which was the most powerful characteristic of But Hamilton went to the Jefferson other extreme and expressed his ds trust of popular government too plainly Hit views were too aristocratic and his for centralization preference was carry tco xronouucel conviction to his hearers The leading part in the convention fell therefore to James Mad son a young man somewhat less brilliant than Hamilton but superior to him in sobriety and balance of powers Madi- Â¬ son used to bo called the Father of the Constitution and it is true that the government under which we live is more his work than that of any other one man From early youth his life had been devoted to the study of history and the practice of stateinanship He was a graduate of Princeton College an earnest student familar with all the best literature of political science from Aristotle down to hs own time and he had given especial attention to the his- Â¬ tory of federal government in ancient Greece and in Switzerland and Holland At the age of twenty five he had taken part in the Yirgnia convention which from delegates instructed the to Congress that in State forward the Declaration bring of Independence During the last part of the war he was an active and influ Â¬ ential member of Congress where no one equaled or approached him for knowledge of English history and con- Â¬ stitutional law In 1871 he had returned to the Yirgnia Legsature and been foremost in securing the passage of the great act which gave complete religious freedom to the people of that State No man understood better than he the causes of the alarming weakness of the Federal Government and of the commercal disturbances and popu- Â¬ lar discontent of the time nor had any one worked more zealously or more adroitly in bringing about the meeting of this convention As he stood here now a leader in the debate there was nothing grand or imposing in his ap- Â¬ pearance He wa small of stature and slight in frame like Hamilton but he had none of Hamiltons pergonal mag- Â¬ netism His manner was shy and prim and blushes came often to At the same time he his cheeks had that rare dignity of unconscious simplicity which cliaracterzes the earn- Â¬ He was est and dsnt rested bchol ir exceedingly sweet tempered generous and kind but very hard to move from a path which aftvr long relection he had de ided to be the riirht one He looked at politics judicially ami was so little of a party man that on several occa sons he was accused quite wrongly of The pos tion of gross inconsistency leadership which he won so early and k pt so long he held by sheer force of giant intelligence sleepless industry and an integrity which no man ever doubt d But he was above all things a man of peace When in after years as president of the United States he was called upon to manage a great war he was out of pae and his reputation for supreme abhty wa temporarily Here in the Federal conven- Â¬ lowered tion we are introduced to him at tho noblest and most useful moment of his life John Fiskc in Atlantic Â¬ anti-Federalists Of the two most famous men present Â¬ and seemed to draw me to them as a magnet so the following evening I made my first call How the next few weeks passed I can not remember but shortly after I be Â¬ gan to lay awake nights and endeavor to composi my thoughts and a confession I was informed that a small brother who was away to school would soon be home Presently school stopped and the brother began I have uatnrally a natural repugnance to small boys since increased but I con- Â¬ quered my feelings then and in a few days had made a complete conquest of that boy What a bother he wasl I no sojner entered the gate than I was greeted at on je by him and if the proverbal brother sticks closer to you at times than my girls brother did to me during my visits I should think that brothers are very suggestive of porous plasters A small boy of those adhesive propensities would make an excellent advertising agent Any way he was at me all the time unable to take a hint as broad as the side of a house and ex- Â¬ ecuting the most distant errands in fwn incredibly short space of time At last my evil genius prompted me to present him with a photographers outfit which I did Misery untold In order to show his unbounded grat- Â¬ itude to me I was made the recipient of photographs if such they could bo called and if she endured the great pain depicted on the face of the pictures sent to me she has great endurance and pluck Still I encouraged him and told him to persevere and that some day ho would become a second Michael Angelo etc while in secret I begged Mikes par-Â¬ don for the insinuations cast upon hia character But all things come to an end except small boys One day after an after- Â¬ noon spent in the garden with the owner of those black eyes I was leaving pater with his consent when my evil geniu3 met me outside the door and told mo that he had learned the instantaneous method of photography and had taken two pictures that day that he knew would please me I kindly told him to mail them to me and left a small deposit to prepay the yostage The next day at the office I had accomplished very little work when tho postman presented a most villainous looking envelope all torn and mussed exposing to view parts of the photo- Â¬ graphs enclosed Tearing off the cover t saw the two pictures taken by the in- Â¬ stantaneous process I raved I swore I eternally condemned the inventor of photography I blamed any anp every- Â¬ body but my wrath was chiefly directed against the young photographer Why In the first picture I was in the most supplicating position not caring for the friction of the gravel walk against the knees of my best trousers and hold Â¬ ing some ones hand in mine In the other I was no longer kneeling but there were two figures very much mixed up yet still very plain and distinguish- Â¬ able and At that moment the door opened and the cause of all my profanity entered bland and smiling with a note for me Â¬ Â¬ at front door Heed of the house to young man Havent I tola you sir never to call hero again Young man Yes sir but I havent called to see Miss Clara this time I have a two months gas bill to collect Head of the house in a milder tone I see Yon will please call again Life ifllll CataKTtl r C i1 1- - Prot Cuts P Wiijjams FhDM of Phfla delphia says there is neither morphia opium nor mineral in Bed St Cough Core Tumblbtuxo wfcoss opinions are not without weight notwithstanding bis mixed rhetoric says that man mast be an ass to work like a horse Boston Transcript m IttVfHifTMrltama Asthma FraatMt -T- Two 1888 Gold Medals Messrs Mason Hamlin again have the honor of having been awarded the 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ncicina da It evlcfcM as partflea tfee Um stimulates the appetite aids the asaimilaUea of food relieves Heartburn and Eelcalnjand strengthens the muscles and nerves For iKtermitteat fevers Tdi ItwJfj Xiaclc Bt Energy eta it has no equal The srenulne has above trade katIc and crossed rediines on wrapper Take no other K easNearsigorpfostrs4swiahia1sns8sisrssj hADWAITS READY RELIEF will aJferd tastaat ease Thirty to sixty drops m half tumbler ef water gearaaaas iaafewataatescure Cramps tfee Bears sen jiaasea ToawBC rxi earaaara Malaria cauls ana Fever Sick Headache IharrkeMU Dysentery Cetis Wka jb tne oweis ana an inters fains SoULbT fifty Cemts per - 4 W The dades are very partial to winter be- Â¬ its such chappie weather you know Boston Transcript diseases diseases of the digestive organs bladder diseases diseases peculiar to wom- Â¬ en blood taints and skin diseases rheuma- Â¬ tism neuralgia nervous debility paraly- Â¬ sis epilepsy fits spermatorrhea impo Invalid Hotel and Surgical 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pages which gives all particu- Â¬ lars Address Worlds Dispensary Medi- Â¬ cal Association Buffalo K Y we call love is cant Say wont rath- Â¬ er she answered softly and he left her forever JV Y Ledger m Bah ie said bitterly all this that SIXGsTK fer Stesrteff ssereatax TKE XOTALbright Caemseseealaraad Oasses contains many will cure entirely tho worst form of Fesule Com 60 cts 85 per desea plaints all Ovarian troubles Inflamaatioa and TO a aew eelleetaesvie ceration Palling and Displacements asd thm eosae AXTMXMB OP MtAlSr WLW filled with ariiaaatAatheasaadCaerases quent Spinal weakness and is parttsolacly adapted per dozea to tho Change of Life High Seaoeta aas asaar It will dissolve and expel tujaors from the TJtero is SOX6 OXaTETEf for effeetive for aabaa attractive 4 part soags very an early stage- of development Thateadency to cancer slnginc 60ct36perdz ous humors there ia checked very speedily by its use fer Saadar SteheeW SOX6S OF removes It stimulantsfnintnes fiatnlemer destroys all cravta festive ceasteas provide liberally for 35et83sMs8perdoste Saaaay for and relieves weakness of the stosaach School or social life It cures Bloating Headaches SerroBS Prostration Oea 3ebllxcy Sleeplessness Depression and Isdicestioa WETTER 38 cts IS per dosea bj LwCv That feelins of bearing down cxrurinrpaJa weht sad Emerson ana bactachel3alwayspcrmaaeBaycureaBylBs It will desea by at all times and under all circumstances acttaharsaoay CATJGMT TfSTTTSG 39 cts r CantflMi Leo Lewis are tae nicest wlththe laws that govern the FVimilosjatrrrL and quite sew ana tae For the core of Kidney Cbasplabata of either sex tiis Compound la unsurpassed Price SI Six beetles for SC Rosabel Is a new and wellarraBgedCarfctaaas KofaauTy should be without LXDIA Z PnTXBAJrs Service LIVERPILLS TheycxroeastlB41aabaiossaessaad BuvtAeteboeiaiTithMfBrtnuyraeHf turpionj oiuieuver 06BxaaBoxatandrBflgiaxa - aTj5r 5jrv Tar raal CiMlititi MM9E S3E XlG uu BnowKs Bronchial Troches for Coughs and Colds The only article of tho kind which has done me good service I want Jiev H EL Craig Otis nothing better wille JV Y Sold only in boxes A coal stove is a cast iron paradox wont burn unless you put it up then wont burn unless you shake it down Dansville Breeze m CapcinE w Among LHtsoas Oetavo Mnale about 3BWffer ent pieces costing bHt a to IS cts per easy many beautiful Carols amf the zeaeral selee ttarf embraces a great deal of taa sort f Jsts Sead re choral music in the world Sead for by tail price of any book aad receive it ria OLIVER D1TS0M CLH DECSOX k C- o- S6T 4 sWST0 Broadway New Yeric CO It it HIGHEST AWARDS OF MEDALS IX ATTFKICA AX9 XTJXOP WONDERFUL SlJCCESS ECONOMY IS WEALTH lets cleanse and purify the blood and re lieve the digestive organs Dr Pxerce8 Pleasant Purgative Pel-Â¬ Ir there is any one who should be rapped in slumber it is the man who snores Chicago Standard m The Itching- caused by skin diseases is alÂ¬ ways relieved by Glenns Sulphur Soap Hills Hair and Whisker Dye Black or Brown 50c - The neatest quickest safest and most powerful remÂ¬ edy known for Rheumatism Pleurisy Neuralgia Lum bago Backache Weakness colds In the chest and all aches and pains Endorsed by 5090 Physicians and Drug gists of the highest repute Bensons Plasters promptÂ¬ ly relieve and cure where other plasters and greasy talves liniments and lotions are absolutely useless Beware of imitations under similar sonadlng names Capuein -- Capsicineasthey such as Capsicum are utterly worthless and intended to deceive JU to Brxsosa axd take so othxjes All druggist BEABURY JOHXSOJJ Proprietors New York PATTERNS FREE I All that you wish to us doriag- tke yestr by subscribing for - I J How my heart as well as my words went out in condemnation of the act of taking photographs especially by the instantaneous process How in a few minutes the small boy with an injured grieved expression of countenance left my presence minus the usual twenty five cents I was wont to bestow on him Ah how I do not know whether my young brother-in-la- w has furgotten me or not and what is more to the point I dont care but that evening in a private audience with him a dollar bill and two photographic negatives changed hands and a few hours later the money reposed in the pocket of a small boy and the two negatives lay crushed to atoms under the persuasive influence of the first large stone that presented itself I was married a few months ago but I would advise any suitor wishing to present his best girls jounger brother with something nice not to give him a photograph camera A shot gun is no more expensive and it sometimes hap- Â¬ pens that the small boy thereby 4takc3 off Flavel S Mines in Ni himself Y Graphic prey Teacher Hans name three beasts of Hans Two lions and a tiger Dr Th Great Nuraary a Demorests Monthlyat other Xkeracr Whkjt all so called remedies fail Sages Catarrh Remedy cures PERCHERON HORSES 200 Imported Brood Maies OX The man with a shabby suit of clothes is very likely to shine in society eases Book free Dr Geppert CincinnatiO CJnoicestFmiiies IN STOCK Oxygen Crs IiABGEITCMBESS Aliases both Sexes Throat lung nervous dis- Â¬ Fresh toe martyrs The youths who buy tight boots Boston Bulletin Ir a cough disturbs your sleep take Pisos Cure for Consumption and rest welL you get it lalsasfflBaasasaSRBaaaaaalasH Containing Stories Poescad tractioas comelHiag Artistic Scientiac aad ttoase holdmatters IUastratedwithOrigiBaISteelS5rsvings PhotcgravHrei Oil Pictares an4 kWm4V ca W makiBg it the Xodel Magaziae of Aawricx Each aamber contains aa oreer eaSithmrtBa holder to the sefecikm of anypaftera UltraeaM the fashion department in taat aasxber is aay ef the sizes raanafactared Eiaki8 Betters ttariag taeyear of the value of over tliree dollars Vv e also propose to give ceasiderabie atteatiea t the Grand pROHiamnx Party sovesaeat aa eae s the most important aad live sacral ieaes of tie day Send twesty cents for tae enrreat Beaaerwiik Pattern Cocpon and yoa will certaiIy esascrisar Two Dollars for a year aad get tea tisesks vsiaet W JENXLNGS DEMOREST PuatHHE 17 E lltk SC New Tedc Sold by all Newsdealers aad Pestwaef - Youve got a black eye Pat How did Pat Home Rule sir Â¬ CAPABLE WORKMEN Why Competent mid Reliable Men Are Hardly Kver Out of Employment Fishing Made Easy An Italian savant has discovered a new and smple method of catching fish The bait is a musical one As we know the sense of hearing is extra- Â¬ all ordinarily developed in lish It appears that while the slightest noise scatters them in all directions a musical note especially that produced by the human voice attracts them on hearing it they Siguor stop suddenly in tlieii course SENSIBLE Experience ot i ADVICE Sy Saretti discovering this fact embarked one morning on the lake of Geneva with a party of friends He possesses a very fine dtep bass voice and striking up a Natonal song he proved to his astound- Â¬ ed companions the truth of his asser- Â¬ tions They were able by means of an aquascope to perceive the eagerness with which the pcine popuiation gath- Â¬ Casting ered a ound the little boat they had brought they in Â¬ over the nets stantly made such a catch as has rarely ing if ever beer known on the lake and She was the fair owner of a pair of they may be said indeed to have made deen black eyes that I had met tho One man in Montfcello Fla e another miraculous draught on fishes niirht beiore and hose eves had been cured twenty ihnn ani rounds of ayui Gazetla del 1vpolo I mixed up in my thoughts all that night melon seeds ths season Lover With His llest Girl J VoiiRpr Urotlier I am not of a very unforgiving nat- Â¬ ure but there is one thing that L abso Â¬ lutely detest and abhor and that is the average small bov of about fifteen I assure you that I speak from experi- Â¬ as it was ence bitter experience j machinations that I was through hi rendered miserable for some time and it is only after mature deliberation that I make this statement Yery bashful I arrived at the age of thirty a bachelor and only one morn- Â¬ ing after having spent some time in en- Â¬ deavoring to fasten mv clothes together with a button that was not I arrived at the conclusion that matrimony was the best State in the Union or rather of the Unon not excepting Jersey so decid- Â¬ ed to marry prodded she was will Â¬ Passing through a large establish ment a workman was seen at a cutting off lathe cutting steel bars into lengths The superintendent observed in passing lam paying that man 273 a day Of course this was a surprising state- Â¬ ment as such work is usually perform- Â¬ ed by a raw apprentice or by an un- Â¬ skilled laborer whose pay would not ex-Â¬ And I dont ceed 1 or 1 25 a day know but he is a cheap man at that the superintendent continued price He said that the depression in business had necessitated the discharge of a large number of men those discharged beÂ¬ poorest workers He had ing t nothing better for this man to do but he made no mistakes as to cutting the bars to length and he kept his lathe going constantly This circumstance has a meaning tho best security for continued work at fair pay is capability not alone the capabil- Â¬ ity of doing work well but the capabil Â¬ ity of honesU or giving a fair days work for a fair days pay The sogering sometimes seen in a even first clas shop is dsgraceful workmen seeming to believe that the time in which ther are employed is not their time but is that of another their employer and that waste of the time is no loss to them In short the soger ing workman looks upon the relative condition of himself and his emper not only a diverse conditions but a ant agon stic cond tons he thinks that he has a right to steal his working t me Such men which he has already sod are generally among the first to be sent when slack away times come who workman Indeed a is really a fully competent mechanic loes much less employment from bad times than a mere worker who pos-Â¬ sesses little skill less judgment and no honesty At all events even when business is almost dead the skilled me- Â¬ chanic gets the work if there is any to The head of one of the most be got extensive and important establishments in this country makes it a rule to take the address of every applicant for work in dull times when the applicant is known to be a good mechanic A book is kept in which are noted names ad Â¬ dress and other particulars of these desirable men so that they may be reached by letter when their servces may be required By this means tho firm h is been able in the most dr ing times to fill up the establishment with their pick of the be t mechanical skill and judgment This fact has becomo so widely knr wn that to hail from that establishment with a certificate of com- Â¬ petency is an almost sure mean of se curing employment in other parts of the country Boston Budget Â¬ Originates in scrofulous taint in the blood Hence the proper method by which to cure catarrh la to Verify the blood Js many disagreeable 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Prcncbbnr is a fer the legislature from this ins- eoMpoied ef lie ooKBties of Menifee itlet X lyegcry Powell and Wolfe subject to the aetiwi ef tee Democratic party i Sewitor JohnD Harrison of Madison pMuty is prcmuDently sectioned as the Democratic candidal for Governor The tribute to Gen John A Logan Ibe dead citizen soldier published in this ieeue is an eloquent epitome of an eventful life -- In the TJ S Court at Covington H C Whitaker of Prcstonsburg was sen teced to thirty days imprisonment and 200 for selling cinnamon drops jMBtauiBg wore alcohol than the law fUvtn Query What proportion does tke law allow fii Feeling that it would take a week to jtnughtea up our office and getevery tking ready for the year 1887 we did ot print The Herald last week No ooewill lose anything by this failure liowever as we shall make good the lime of all subscribers and advertisers Whatever may be said of the people of the mountains they are not hogs nor do they want the earth A short time lime sice we offered to give them The World a 820 page history of the earth aad thiags earthy for 480 years and agreed to throw in The Herald for one year all for 2 Up to the present however The Herald supplies all waata aad they are a contented people ie m n- The Washington Republican recently Young Jttdthktosay of Our Pres Taalbee of Kentucky than whom there are but one or two letter speakers on the Democratic side is fast coming to the froat He is sure of a Chairmanship probably Willis vacant seat and will no doabt make the halls of Congress ring Vftore than ever with his denunciation of civil service reform The Speaker has a deep personal interest in the bright yenng man but finds it hard to curb the fiery independence of youth r 14 it f fc If ti So shrewd have become the detectives in this great and glorious land that it is almost impossible for a criminal to es Â¬ cape the punishment attendant upon crime A short time since a daring robÂ¬ bery was committed near St Louis the Adams Express Co losing about 70000 All sorts of theories were advanced and the messenger in charge of the car was incarcerated as an accomplice in the crime Pinkertons detectives got a clew and iinally run down the criminals a few JOHN A LOGAN days since the ring leader proving to be pne Frank Wittrock formerly of Leav- Â¬ Death Ends a Strango Career and a Great Ouc enworth Kansas but more recently a Cincinnati Enquirer coal dealer in Chicago Nearly all the The country has lost a strong man and true one not simply faithful to each money has been recovered trust imposed upon him but who had both the ability and the courage to fight The last two years have been sorely for it to the verv last He broke no fatal to the men who have competed for faiths Neither a cause nor a friend taken intelligently into his confidence the offices of President and ever suffered through faltering fidelity Grant Hancock Davis Fremont He strong and Tildcn Hendricks Seymour Arthur or flinching nerve And was was brave ana true he tender Grata Brown and General Logan have too for the last utterance that came all passed away within the period men- Â¬ from his lips was the name of the wife tioned There live but one man who who had so grandly and sweetly fought has ever occupied and retired from the the battle of life with him At his last birthday February 9th Presidential office Mr Hays and there General Logan was sixty years old and Js but one man living who has ben his public career the period during elected Vice President Hannibal Ham Â¬ which the world had an opportunity to of his lin Of unsuccessful candidates for the judgecenturj material covers nearh a half He was a born fighter Vice Presidency there is speaking of through it all strongest in those stormy the great parties none living and of periods when men of exhaustless force fetich candidates for the Presidency Mr and tireless tenacity take command and 31aine is the only one Cincinnati En Â¬ make history In the boy of twenty who fought himself up from the ranks quirer to a Lieutenancy in the Mexican War in the member of Congress who fought The court house of Wolfe county to- Â¬ as a private at the first Bull Run in the gether with all records and contents Colonel dangerously wounded in the therein was burned on Sunday night gallant charge at Fort Donelson in thnÂ¬ Major General so brilliantly commandPec 26th The fire is supposed to have ing the Army of the Tennessee and so been the work of an incendiary and two abiv assisting Sherman about Atlanta men Wm and Robt Byrd brothers and in the March to the Sea in one and all glowed the same fiery courage and were arrested on suspicion They had the same resistless spirit their examining trial last Saturday but In no field of human endeavor into with what result we have not been in which events led him did he fail to give formed at this writing The former was speedy evidence of commanding strength Tjaril recently Deputy Sheriff Thelos3 His career at the bar was dhort out marked with success and honored with to the county can not now be estimated high office He was without question m nearly every property holder bad val the ablest civilian soldier that our great iiable papers in the custody of the clerks war bred In both branches of Congress which it will require time and money to he was a leader among his party and commanded the confidence of peo- Â¬ plicate The Circuit Court which ple And in all these positions the high of couTenee on next Monday will bo re trust he was content to be honest and tarded is its business but Judge Lilly failed to grow rich General Logans Congressional career will nevertheless proceed with all suits dates from 185S when the Ninth Illinois ready for trial and we learn there will District sent him to the House of Rep- Â¬ be several the papers having been in the resentatives re electing him in I860 in fcaade of the several attorneys at the Kth cases a3 a Democrat But the war ound him Union to the core and left of the coBfiagration lim a leader amongRepublicans From lis return to the House in I860 up to la Bourbon and several other coun-Â¬ lis death he was never out of public ties ef the State there is on foot an ef ife save in tho brief interval when a fert to rid the country of the very ex ew recalcitrants in lm own party threw suieance toll gates on public lim out of the Senate by the election of Mssfjs Jls a ink the idea is ridiculed Judge DaviSj He was serving his third Vice-Preside- nt bv the press and is discouraged by many good citizens on the ground of impracti- Â¬ cability The Sun always willing to discuss with candor and fearlessly these and all issues of public concern will offer a few suggestions which may prove ft food for thought It is to be regret that at this time exact data can not be given of the ownership and profits of turnpikes and cost of toll collections can not be given but few general facts will at this time suffice In the first place the Blue grass region of Kentucky has practically no highways The citizen jn order to go to his countv seat to trans- Â¬ act business must donate His mite to the coffers of a corporation that is practi- Â¬ cally a monopoly No county road is allowed to run parallel with a chartered road within three miles For each stretch of road cf a few miles there must be paid a toll gate keeper a president and a number of dead head di- Â¬ rectors have the privilege of free rides The figures have not been made for Clark if so they are not in the poses sion of the writer but in some counties the cost of overseeing and collection of revenues amount to as much as 33 per cent Now toll in its nature is a com- Â¬ mon tax and should be collected as cheaply as possible and no one can de-Â¬ fend the toll gate system in its cheap- Â¬ ness The State of Kentucky and various counties have giveu liberally to the construction of public roads that are still not public roads By some means we should have kings highways on which all men should travel without let or hindcrancc The toll gate burden has long been keenly felt by the people and in due time an estimate of the costs of the roads and plans of purchase will be given and the problem solved Some of the writers against the plan say that the country had as well buy the railroads They are not of the same nature A railroad is a common carrier a turnpike should be a highway over which one could go for the doctor and the doctor to see his patient without cost Win- Â¬ chester Democrat The above indicates that ere long toll gates and the tolls system must be aban- Â¬ doned and that a system of free turn- Â¬ pikes will be in vogue throughout the State of Kentucky God speed the day Such a system would benefit the entire State and no section would derive more richly the blessings thus bestowed than the mountains of Eastern Kentucky provided the Legislature should turn- Â¬ pike the State thoroughfares of Eastern Kentucky This that body could be in- Â¬ duced aye compelled to do if every voter will see to it that no man gets his suffrage either for the House or Senate who will not pledge himself to work to this end It is a shame that this part of the State richer than Central and West- Â¬ ern Kentucky combined in timber and mineral resources is compelled to sub mit to the system of roads now in use The remedy for these bad roads lies with the voters and should be used in the in- Â¬ terest of all who favor good roads or against all who will not lift us from tho present quagmire Let all would be candidates take notice and let every voter ask the question Will you vote and work to have the State macadamize our public highways If the answer be no trust them not with your vote Â¬ Â¬ UYTH In Full Blast for the Season Are first elass in Material Workmanship and Methods of Construction They are unrivaled in power and beauty of tone and in genuine excellence rfar surpass all organs of other makes ever offered in our country Ml M SCHOOL DESK Mii MAMMOTH STOBE Masonic Tenrole Mt Sterling Ky V VEi QJjOQO SOLDI manufactured by the f Sidney School Jonx Loughlix TM ftnifiri Sole Proprietor l SIDNEY OHIO All tho Leading Schools el tke Ceaatryv Desk kss bes Adeptt Is Xerlp Dry Goods v h 1 625 COO NOW IN USE Blackboards Liquid Globes 1egisters Dictionary HoMeni Map Map Caes Numeral Fraatas Chart Dictionaries Anatomical Medefe Wall Papers Hats Caps Boots Shoes An immense stock in all departments Their well Known jylsBBSBBLstellSjBfistfeeStfitfi Satiiirv Uells Crayaa Microscopes And everything nutded is a sckeel dres3 Erasers jESfWrita as for cu ispiete eatafagite rewww AV Sidney School flOIy Rirnilurt topiy FREE rtfca-giveaway SrDNEY OHIO o3 ELEGTB1G BELT LOW PBICES rule throughout You can save your expenses both ways on a hill of TEN BOLLABS by going there tojtrade Dont mistake the place Their store is in the Masonic TEMPLE Buildingand they have no connection with any other house in town yh To introduce it wc will for anna in each county to those likely te mtka good agents a limited number of ear GEIt MAX ELECTRO GALVANIC SUSPENSO Â¬ RY BELTS a positive and Ksfailfaj core for Nervous Debility Weakness Yariceeeie Loss cf Vigor lihearnatlsBa etc e9 Jte ward paid if every Belt we docs not generate acenain e eleetrie enrreHC Address at once GERMAN BELT AGENCY P O Box 178 Brooklyn New York JkI4 watr BAJK TRADERS I DEPOSIT MT STERLING XX J if BIGSTAFF President SAVE MONEY fry going fi Hardman Pianos Chickering Pianos Mathus- hek Pianos Emer3on Piano Star Pianos Arion Pianos and the matchless Johnston Organs Write for Catalogues and Prices W W THOMSON Cashier DIRECTORS James Crors Aj tdrsw Fhsuou Dr R R Drakes mrSllr J T Highlaxo there to trade B S JOHNSTON 56 CO Wholesale and Retail Dealers Wert Four Hi Street 3 W J II GILLIS a7ith McOorcl Ayelotto WHOLESALE ujjjjm 1 una i in aowianisiciaiiii i iim luwiu aujm tiniw numjijjjjii www s9 ewfjun imrz O ATTERS No 613 West ITaxn term in the Senate at tho time of his death and had been four timss elected to the House In all of this long public service at times when mens souls were sorely tried and when partisan accusation was fierce and often reckless there was never question of the sincerity of his purpose of his personal integrity or of the dignity of his private character Â¬ tie yie to the war General Logan exhibited the game characteristics which made him so notable in the field The foice the en- Â¬ ergy the persistence of the man were amazing A fluent and always a clear speaker he struck rather than pleaded He led the fiercest charges fought the In caucus ot his bitterest engagements fellow Senators it was at Mr Mortons suggestion that he was given charge of the Arrears of Pensions bill In the fierce conflict in January of 1875 over the Southern question he led his party in the Senate and his speech of two lays is given by Mr Cooper in his work on American Politics as among the finest of the great speeches on great isues He was the head and front of tho long protracted opposition to the reinstate- Â¬ ment of General Porter going over ev- Â¬ ery detail of the long and complex case with great clearness and unequalled vigor And always and everywhere he was fhe friend of the soldier and there is little Federal legislation on behalf of those who fought for the Union but is indebt- Â¬ ed to cither his invention or his powerful assistance In the forming of Presidential tickets and platforms for his party General Logan has played a commanding part Iulhc fiercely contested Convention of 1876 his sympathies were with Mr Blaine but he fought shoulder to shoul- Â¬ der with the great barons of his party for the final success of Mr Hayes In 1880 he was ofiered the Presidential nomination by the anti Grant leaders if he would abandon Ci the old commander and the promiso could undoubtedly have been fulfilled It did not swerve him a hairs breadth from his faith The his tory of 18S4 is too fresh in mind to need more than a reference It was a great sacrifice to him to accept the second Iace upon the ticket but he did it and le brought to it a strength which no other man in the party could have given He would have been a factor of great potency in the next Republican National Convention and his chances for the Presidential nomination would have been second to no living man had not death removed him from the field Altogether it has been a strange career and a great one Force aqd brilliancy Â¬ In his Congressional career sulu cquont courage and persistency were his leading characteristics But we have but few men who living woro more respected and loved and we have few dead to whose memory the nation turns with such tearful grief and such affectionate reverence Money to bo M ule is said that dull times arc not known It by the agents for the great publishing Co of Port- Â¬ house of George Stinson land Maine The reason of this excep- Â¬ tional success is found in the fact that they always give the public that which is keenly appreciated and at prices that all can afford At present we under- Â¬ stand their agents are doing wonderfully well on several new lines They need many more agents in all parts of the Those who need profitable country work should apply at oneo omen do as well as men Experience is not nec- Â¬ Co under- Â¬ essary for Messrs Stinson take to show all who are willing to work not hard but earnestly the path to large It should be remembered that bucccss an agent can do a handsome business without being away from home over night Another advantage it costs nothing to give the business a trial and an agent can devote all his time or only Co his spare moments to it Stinson guarantee grand success to all who en Â¬ gage and follow simple and plain direc- Â¬ tions that they give We have not space to explain all here but full particulars will be sent free to those who address the firm their full address will be found above Teh matter of mutilated coins with holes punched in them has received the attention of the Treasury department and the lawful value of such coins has been established as follows Double eagle 15 nil v r dollars 75 cents half dollar 35 cents quarter dollar 18 cents dimes 5 cents Parties handling coins will be saved considerable annoyance and some clean cash by cutting this item out and putting it in sight Sick headache and a sensation of op pression and dullness in the head are very commonly produced by indigestion morbid despondency irritability and over sensitiveness of the nerves may in a majority of cases be traced to the same cause Dr J H McLeans Liver and Kidney Balm and Pillets will posi- Â¬ tively cure Sold by G B Swango Ha- Â¬ zel Green and J 2S Vaughn Campton U I The directors of the above school take loasurc in announcing to the public that E iisihlv satisfactory arrangements have been matte for the nopitive opening of the school on Monday January 3d 1SS7 Three com Â¬ petent teachers have hcen employed -- rhose qualrications are unsurpassed and their serÂ¬ vices secured for a term of yean In mak Â¬ ing this announcement we feel justified in aertingthattheschool will be an institution which will reflect an honor on this portion of the State and unsurpassed even hy tho more pretentious similar institution of the Located in a favorable geo Â¬ large cities graphical section healthy moral free from vicious allurements and with a strict over Â¬ sight looking to the protection comfort and Oreen Academy Street LOUISVILLE KY Sellers Liver Pills Act Directly on tlicIlTcr blCKUZXBXCUS Ccsrs Chilu aso Fiver DtspzmiaJ lilUOCi COUC C0S3THJL- - Mize Hazel Green and Prof J W McGar ey Lexington Ky mental training of the students parents can rely upon their children being safe while under the care of the faculty and trustees The attention ot young men and ladies who expect to teach is specially railed to the advantages to be gained in this school at a nominal cost For terms of tuition and further informa Â¬ tion apply to W O Mize Hazel Green Ky or J A ilcUarvev Lexington Trustees J T Day J U Swango W O Dca urae aumaiates tne stosaacn restores too appetite Imparts vigor to the nysteas They care all diseases like magic Get the riztt kind SELLERS LIVER PUXS Sold by druggists Seed forcircslar SELLERS MEDICINE COPittargkPa Rheltiatism Piles PAirrrATteK ortHB Heart Dizzijijs Torfid Lives Coated Toxsrz SLEEPLEsaxs33AXDAti Diseases or tub Liver xxo Stoxack If joa do not feci very well a single pill at tio a jbeowlywp CHICAGO COTTAGE ORGAiM Has attained a standard ot ecsceScace wklel admits of no superior It contains cvory improvement thai iaveofcrrt genius bkiu ana xnorey can vroouoo - HAZEL GREEN ACADEMY OUR DOWI GO THE PEICES ATM- - 4H9fi S OSCAX r TO D WELL SELECTED STOCK We are now receiving another LARGE Whole- Â¬ of even variety of Goods to supplv the demands of all our customers at sale and Retail which we PROPOSE TO SELL FOR CASH or exchange for Produce and Live Stock We have often tried to establish a trade on a Cash basis but have as often failed We have also notified our friends and customera of the DISASTROUS EFFECTS OF THE CREDIT SYSTEM and our intention to TTiecft firwTTw am nnWfn ofcx trim reform our business but little attention has been given to what we have said quality of tone quiofc response artietie Now we intend to establish upon the ruins of the old credit system a STRICTLY u zaru m uiiiou pcrxecc coastmcuBH inuiu iae mooc ocstraoie orgaaa CASH BUSINESS which will enable ns to sell you goods schools churches lodges societies lor e BBkH CheaperlThan You Have Ever Bought Before U EQUATE ESTABLISH SKTTTrr COX2XXX FACTLXTOM KEPCTATMB We in particular invito the attention of RIVER MEN and others to our large stock of CLOTHING DRY GOODS c c which we are offering at special low prices for cash To all of our cuptomers having accounts due we mo3t earnestly solicit to come forward and make settlements You owe it to us to do so as well as to yourselves as honorable men We will sell yon goods cheaper than you have ever bought them before we is said that work on the Kentucky can better aftbrd it because we will take no risk on time Respectfully It Union Railway will commence as sooh as the Treacher opens XZST acAXB wexxxzsr ixm Mi THE POPULAR lastrtctiwi BMks atslcgaee aad Priee Uses em ORGII if 4T CftiCAtt HTTME F DAY UMI - ffflMWfM flffv Aim mIk- A Jt jT wM v Matl