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D p rf 1 Established March r i 8peV4ergooper outnrtBn TJSNTH YEAR - and Mado Famous in tho ColobratocT Story of Of n Jonathan tnfrHfa bohtinoht at HI by Mw NUy World With New From AH Nntloni Lumbrln JLJJJ Om i A YEAH Hack R1 i r c i w y bc understood by tho person ftOTTyjnci letter from himI l which lo rrmdo an-- ht UJj l 1 who will try to lift one chair oven uHght THANKSGIVING PROCLAMATION rn Jon IRON MUSCLES HAS THIS YOUNG one from the floor in tho manner do- Dohiooratlo 0nince 0r JnUor of olfo county NEWSY NOTES GATHERED FROM VA- V scribed NEW YORKER Y mouSsoURCES The president hashed Jarrovr expects that after awhile his SKiB Jchest development will permit him to do Train Fired IntoOanlilor McDowell Not 4 Constantly Ynl A 1 UilLnlllllL management is and will over bo Demo- - Uy tho president Am 1Vlimlnt ril I wrt f i Heard From Clump Gold DiiHt tlie carrying feats as ho calls tho perof l0 niruiiie DRlCSOt erotic loVttltOtin nnnrl Mnrnt- - and prin Tor undo In IouWIntui Etc America A proclamation formance of Sandow when ho holds two STRONGEST OF THE ciplca of that party For tho orror we Tho American people Bhotild TRONC horses or a piano and ortihestra on gratefully his HAPPENINCS HERE AND THERE were led Into by publishing n communi- render thanksgiving and praiso to- he y At this time when the modern Her- chest His chest now measures 38 inches cation attacking a Democratic mJminco Supremo Itulor of the No TIdlnRH From Cfixlilnr MoDownll universe who has cules and tho modern Samson and When it is expanded 3i inches it looks and opposing his election wo mako a watched over them Cashier Joo McDowell of tho Estill with kindness and more iron men than one can count are like the top of a Saratoga truuk Ho has most nbject apology and advise all ur fostering care during tho year that has not yet tried the strength of his chest by county deposit bank bas not yet re beforo tho public it is both interesting turned and his protracted absence being Democratic friends iu Wolfe countv to just passed they should also with hu and novel to find a modest beardless bov serious tests but has given nearly all of vote- - tho ticket straight Wo have it mility unci faith supplicato tho Father of of 18 years performing feats of strength his trials with his arms Ho lifts 800 somewhat veiled in nnstory especially from no less an authority than that able all mercies for continued blessings when the cash on hand was found to be ac- Â¬ that make many of the alleged wonders pounds dead weight without n harness nil tho bank directory has commenced and true Democrat Judgo D IJ Itcd cording to their needs and they should wonder what will appear next in the line He has never used a harness or any of nn investigation The bank is a private wine that John K Hobbs though poor by deeds of charity seek the favor of tho of prodigies says the New York Sun the trappings which professional strong is a straightforward honorable man a giver of overy good and perfect gift Men who speak from authority say that men sometimes employ to save their institution of 50000 capital 40 per consistent Democrat and in every way Therefore I Qrovcr Cleveland presi Â¬ cent of which was paid up There are it is only u question of time and proper muscles and deceive the public Ho is qualified for tho position of jailer and is dent of tho United States do hereby ap-Â¬ care when young Emil Jarrow will give sutisfied to give exhibitions in saloons notes duo tho bank amounting to about worthy of and should receive tho sup- point and set apart Thursday tho 2Uth 10000 There is duo depositors about performances that will actually cause and pick up a dollar or two of an even port of every Democrat in Wolfe county day of November inst 17000 ah a day of the new found Samson to appear as help- ing to buy a bed a cheap meal and plenty As to whether tho bank owes other In the future Supplo Jocks letters will thanksgiving nnd prayer to bo kept and less a8 the real Samson when he was of cigarettes at onco find their way to tho waato observed by all tho people of tho dpht Rivn nnn of 3 fflO iu Mf Innd Ono thing that he does is to writo his shorn of his hair by Delilah This boy baskct On that day let our ordinary work nnd name not after the methods taught in as it is reported the cashier had borrowed has lately been giving performances in Democrats of Wolfe voto for John Tt business bo suspended aud money i i Louisville in tho namo of the lot us moot In bar rooms aud before clubs in the upper writing schools but in an entirely origiHobb3 for jailer Wo know ho is wor our accustomed places of worshin bank and had only accounted for u part 1 end of town lie has had neither mana nal way He ties a 10 pound dumb bell of such loans His individual thy of your support because Dive lied give thanks to Almighty God for our account ger nor press agent but he has attracted to the wrist of his right hand and writes shows a balanco to his credit of about wine told us so Mt Sterling Sentinel preservation as a nation for our immu Â¬ tho attention of ifdozen or more athletes his name on the wall with more speed nity from disease and pcstilenco for tho 700 but as the books had been very Democrat 2d inst who agree that ho is not only tho strong- than most people can writo on n table harvests that havo rewarded our hua loosely kept it will bo impossible to state Tho strango inconsistency of It L est boy of his years ever seen in this It is a matter of doubt whether this feat bandry for n renewal of national pros- Â¬ can be done by more than two of tho fa with certainty tho condition of affairs Athy alias Supplo Jack of Catnptou country but is entitled to be ranked perity and for every advance in virtue untilncomplctcoverhaulingof the books is alarming In a lurid letter published among tho strongest of strong men mous ftrong men of the day and intelligence that has marked our is made Cashier McDowell loft Irvine in tho Gazotto this After the spectators had seen Jarrow week ho claims to be What ho will do when his strength is growth as a people on tho 28th ult saying ho was going to a never dying Hoi ublicnn and lauds tho fully developed in from four to ten perform several feats tho bartender And with our thanksgiving let us nrnv rolled an empty beer keg of the size Cincinnati to borrow money to relieve policy of that party to tho skies And years is a matter of prophecy that these blessings may bo multiplied the bank of a temporary stringency but in the samo letter he tolls that ho has unto us that The other evening a Sun reporter was known as the quarter barrel out on thr our national consoienco niny as no tidings have been had of him doubt been writing Democratic doctrine to bo one of a group of six men who saw this floor It weighed 110 pounds Jarrow quickened to a better recognition of is or pertained of his return tho Sentinel Democrat Tim rinMo youngsters prowess It was in an up reached dmvn and placed his little finger the power and goodness of God and ItoinpoiiUo one under ench of the iron bound rims Ohio Train Kired into headlines tho letter so as to mako Athy town saloon Tho boy dropped in cna- iu our national lifo wo niny clearer As the C O vcstibuled F F V falsifier A nun that writes hucIi con- - that rually and leaned against the bar and at With this slender support alone he raised seo and closer follow tho path of right Â¬ train reached Viley station on tho night tradictory letters and doctrines needs to tracted no special notice There were no the keg squarely in front of him He or me eousness bo taught better niammr4 iki inst oounu tor Louisville held it there for a minute and then Tim fi n signs of unusual strength in his appear And in our places of worshin and v anco tie is 5 feet 7 inches in height grasping it with both hands raised tho engineer Kenney and fireman Billy Mad apologizes to its readers for publishing praise as well as in tho happy reunions It was grossly decoi ved The and weighs 132 pounds His chest is keg over his head sixteen times Ho den werq fired on by somo one concealed his letter ot kindred nnd friends on that day lot broad and his legs aro well sot though also lifted the keg from tho floor to a in the bushes along tho track Three S D does not want anyone to writo a us invoke divine approval by generously not heavy nis neck is rather long and chair with tho fingers of his right hand bujlcrs entered tho window ot tho cab sentence or a word for its columns that remembering the poor and needy Surely is not thick as is common with prize This is another performance that strong near Kennoys head Ho did not stop is not strictly true Ml Sterling Ho who has given us comfort and plenty tho train do not care to try 2nd inst There are many fighters and athletes Tho muscles of his men will look upon our relief of tho destitute It is believed that some ono was trying men traveling about with shows who can arms do not bulge out of tho sleeves of nnd our ministrations of charity ns tho INFATUATED WITH A MINISTER On Wednesday his coat and tho buttons do not drop toss about heavy iron balls and lift enor- Â¬ to wreck the train work of hearts truly grateful and ns from his vest when he draws a long mous dumb bells but when it comes to evening the samo tram was derailed bv A Woman 1oinIhIm In Hor IorHC cuUoiiH proofs of tho sincerity of our thanksgiv- Â¬ of tho M u n Mhu Loviih breath In his rough dress ho looked performing feats of strength with their the rails spreading at tho same point ing Rev Fitzgerald Parker the handsome like ono of a common class of bar room fingers they are outclassed by this boy where tho shots wore fired and Sunday Witness my hand nnd tho seal of tho One of his cleanest and most satisfactory night last tho train ran into a lot of trees young pastor of tho Dryades street Meth Â¬ loungers His countenance wore a pale United States which I havocausul to bo and unhealthy Joolc doubtless tho result performances was given ono evening in piled on tho track by train wreckers odist church New Orleim- - La is tho hereunto alixed of his persistent habit of smoking cigar- the gymnasium of the Spalding literary Two attempts have been made to wreck victim of a peculiar persecution It is Dono in the city of Wash club at 31 west Gth street Ho picked up the train near Viley station iu the past the custom of tho ministerat the conclu ettes BKAh J ington on tho first day of No-- VtMllhnr In flm vnnr it sion of the services to request all those Jarrow cant you show a few tricks a 300 pound wooden horso from tho year Ill Will Lord Pightcon hundred and nlnetv four That tho train robber is abroad1 is ovi who desire to hecomo christians aud lead floor aud held it at arms length from his asked tho bartento theso gcntlemoii and of tho independence of body The crack athlete of tho club denced by tho fact that a few nights ago a better lifo to come forward Among States tho ono hundred nnd tho United der nineteenth as the Louisville Southern train reached those who aroso lo go to tho altar was a asked some could barely move it What kind of tricks OltOVKIt CttUVELAJJI A feature of this boys strength is that Lawrenceburg threo shots were fired into lady giving her name ns Mrs A D By too president one W Q GiiKSUAsr Secretary of Stata Oh different feats of strength That it was not acquired but born in him the cab Detectives are at work trying Forbes Turning to tho lady Mr Parker to locate tho miscreants As usual tho said Now madam it is of you I wish It is the fashion nowadays for the San is our strong boy was the answer A BAD LOT railroad officials wore reticent and said to spak to tho people You may reA general laugh followed when the lows and tho Attilas to write pamphlets Tho Munctlllod Ilnnd on Trlul at Acconinc in it tire men looked for indications of strength and newspaper syndicate letters on tho that there was nothing Virginia Instead of leaving tho church as re Toriuido In IoiiImIiiiiii Tho proprietor a man weighing 210 art of becoming strong and to give direcTho trial of tho sanctified band of Shroveport La and vicinity was vis- Â¬ quested the lady resumed her seat pounds sat down in an oak chair weigh tions for following certain methods Chincoteague Island was had which they have employed to acquire ited by a disastrous storm on the 2d inst whereupon tho minister said I have courthouse Va on tho 2ndat Accomac ing 20 pounds and said to tho boy inst Tho strength Each has his own way and Tho velocity of tho wind was about 43 heard it remarked iu several quarters leaders of this Just raise mo up for a stnrter fanatical gang stand in Â¬ Tho spectators gathered in a semi gives his own experience Jarrow never miles an hour but in portions of Dossier that it is exceedingly strango that I do dicted on tho chargo of bolng guilty of circle while tho boy lit another cigarette learned any of theso things and ho has parish it was much more severe It is not reccivo into tho church tho lady who a conspirney to separate wiyeafrom thoir He stepped quickly over to no advice to give So far back as ho can reported that hundreds of bales of cotton has just now and frequently heretofore husbands nnd otherwise disturbing tho and smiled tho chair took hold of ono of tho rounds remember ho was tho strongest boy of in tho fields have been destroyed Much presented herself at tho itltftr for mem peaco and harmony of tho peoplo of When loss has been sustained by tho killing of bership and that I havo repelled her Chincoteague with his right hand and lifted tho chair his years among his associates but five years old ho could lift weights stock by falling timber Cabins out from tho holy sacrament It therefore and man oil the floor James II Fletcher appeared for iho Thoro was less laughing and more in- that could not bn moved by boys ton houccs gins cribs and many residences becomes my duty to tho congregation to commonwealth and Ituescll Spady for terest among the speuta tors They wanted years older As he grew this strength have been blown away or overturned mako somo explanation as the lady has the defense A motion to quash tho in Trees and fences also suffered but as far by her unusual behavior attracted no to seo tho boyrt muscles and he stripped increased in proportion to his years dictment was promptly overrulod and 1 have seveoff his shirt Ho never worked in a gymnasium for as known nobody was killed although little attention to herself Then they saw a remarkathirteen witnesses were examined uovo requested her on coming to tho of the arms and chest any length of time and has never boon several narrow escapes from death arc ral times ral of them women for tho prosecution ble development altar to desist and onco in tho presence Tho Tho boy raised his right arm and the instructed in athletic work Ho has reported courthouse wns packed with people of the officials of the church I linvo ad Â¬ Nought Gold IJiiHt Clump and many wore unable to gain admit- Â¬ muscles stood out in great twists and never studied the ways of strong men at Mover J Cohen a taiior at 78 Prince monished her to discontinue this course tance The testimony was rare rich knots that curved aud played into chang Â¬ their professional exhibitions and has and assuring her that I should ho compelled racy Ho held his arm out straight never had a lifting harness becauso ho street Boston Moph has reported to the tho most of it being unfit for publi Â¬ ing lines to publicly repulso her if sho porsistet cation never had enough money to buy ono police tho lossof Go00 by a clever swin See if you can bond it any two of you This sho has done and while I do not lay show his strength when there dle Cohen through a friend made a The substance of tho testimony of tho Ho likes to ho said deal with a stranger to purchase forty any chargo against tho ladys character witnesses was that Lynch and Workman Two of the heaviest and btrongest of is a little money In it for him but his I decline utterly to ontcrtain her applithe spectators threw their entire weight success has nut increased his vanity to pounds of gold dust alleged to have been cation for church membership or to in loaders of tho gang had preached eanctl ficatlon persuading women to leave It withstood any appreciable extent Ho is said to secured iu tho Siberian mines where the any upon the extended arm wiso recognize her as 1 urn fully their said ho had served sixteen years unsnnctified husband andbecomo their efforts like a bar of steel Tho left have a paiticular uveminn to hard work swindler coiiviucd tho whole matter is insincere tho partner or fellow workers of sanc and as Last summer ho was with Hufialo Hills of a life sentenco beforo ho escaped arm is quito as well developed Of this I can amply satisfy any ono that tified men employed The value of the dust wasaid to bo 10 Some of tho witness told strong as Iho right The biceps measure wild west show when ho was may require more than my simple asser pathetic stories how their Jioniri had 14 Tho boy has remarkable to cira for aud clean tho guns and seo 000 but tho swindler would take 0000 tion inches been invaded and their dtJuded wives Iho power of grip ns is shown by ono of his that than waa always a supply of glass for it Cohen paid tho money It is said that Mrs Forbes is completely alienated and taken from them dust proved to be worthless together favorito feats that of tearing a pack of balls for tho long haired scout to break infatuated with the young preacher aud with their little children Lynch had Ho also piles at his daily exhibitions A few weeks Voto for John It MobliM ono motion cards with takes advantago of every opportunity to told tho women this was the only way Not knowing who tho Democratic nom fivo chairs weighing 20 pounds each on ago a gentleman up town who became thrust her attentions upon him until lifo to raiso up a holy nation SoHietimesi was and another chair which ho grasps by the interested in the boys work got a placo ineo for jailor of Wolfo county has almost become n burden tho witnesses would make remarks or re- Â¬ not believing that our Campion correslower round with his hand turned up- for him nt a club at Hoods Sarsnparilla acting through late incidents that would make the court day and threw up tho pondent would so impojoon us ns to write ward Slowly ho lifts tho pilo from the He worked ono every part of tho sys Â¬ room shake with laughter and then tb iloor and raises it above his head without job If not picked up by n clover mana u communication oppsiug tho election tho blood reaches I In this way positively cures story ef come desolate home weuW autW v changrng tho position of his hand Some ger he will probably bo found around tho of a Democratic nominee wo unwittingly tem and ten tho eyes of the assemblage thing of tho strength required for this saloons of New York during tho winter in our Issuo of October 19th published a calarrh pSgBM MODERN SASlSON f0ftt f 100 HAZEL GREEN WOLFE COUNTY KY THURSDAY NOVEMBER W Aiwy rrvArfvno Ji JOCRHAJ 1TOMSITO IN IHJi WTw TOIrrtTitls llohha -- tfjjy NtTVfRTCTfcv SQ M 4 j UU L Nbi i T irrrw 1 - ytoyty Â¬ lZEnHnmr Z ilta - m Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ -- Â¬ Sonti-nel-Democr- at Â¬ v V Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ ik trl Â¬ Â¬ Birtow-on-tho-Soun- d Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ a -- a 1 rnrr iin Ihiiiiiid i m gyyfjff Mfciw pwriiihSi i mumurr - st iSCm AaS fU T- IE 0 - W tUOG HOWARDS oormiavr um continuity of Ocn Shermans strong lino was broken Tho wedgo had entered tho block and would soon be driven homo Stanley Kirby and myself were mortified Oons Thomas and Sherman wero worried lest John ston should follow up his advantage break across our center defenses and roll up in shameful defeat our lines in good earnest I told Ocn Thomas under whoso oyc I wan thon commanding tho Fourth corpB which waa always direatly breasting tho enemys IntronohmenU about their middle point To morrow general I will retako that Iiald Knob All right Oen Howard go ahead What a comfort it was to servo under a thoroughly good man and ono that could and did trust you Parts of the two divisions Stanleys and Thomas John Woods wero opposite tho lost position They each sent mo a brigade Col iodines on the right and Oen Ivirbys on tho left Other troops of my corps that wero not actually in lino were ready if needed to follow up the movement of tho two detached brigades Col Attkow put his regi ment then designated for skirmish duty tho Fifteenth Ohio volunteers He and out in ndvanco of all others his adjutant say that I probably think Â¬ ing him Askew to bo eithor Oen Kirby or Col Nodlne gavo him direct orders but Col Nodlne was ready with support Col Orays Forty ninth Ohio infantry stood closo behind tho right of tho Fifteenth Ohio The situation Is now easily sketched Before tho action I rodo down the slope from my night bivouac having with me three or four members of my staff till I came to ono of those works which wore made to protect four can- Â¬ non of our heaviest caliber The work boing in tho edge of a wood was mado first of largo logs leaving apertures embrasures for tho cannons flro then the dirt wus dug up Inside and thrown over the loirs maklnir a irood wide embankment lastly short blocks wero put crosswise on tho work and a series of huge logs stretched from block to block This last contrivance was In- Â¬ tended to protect the heads of the men who with riiles In hand wero supporting tho cannon Along tho work hero and there a treo of considerable size was left standing Our cannon firo had begun before I arrived shelling tho Hald 1 ill and the fringes of trees and replying to tho lively confederate batteries Tho lat- The Â¬ Â¬ 1 Mr Dkar Sir Permit mo to couch this article in tho form of a letter with a view to rid It noraowhatof thu charge erf egotUra filnoe you ask mo for the most Interesting personal advonturo you I had during tho war Tho advQnturo Kolccted l which I think has never been published in its detail occurred in tho midst of Shor manfl phenomenal Atlrtntn onmpnltrn that campaign of moro than ono most whero tho hundred day of his men wero undor flro every day excepting about three days rest after tho confederates hud de Â¬ clined battle near Cnrtoravlllc Cla and crossed to the south nidi of the Etowah river That was a delicious rest memorable to mo bocautie Sher Â¬ man had tliero bnivqmly and nlronjrly defended my temperuueo habit Buy Â¬ ing Let Howard alone I want an When tho ofilcor who dont drlnkl three days wero ondud wo pressed on to light in sueeivmion tho battlei of New Hope Church Dallas Plclcots 1I1H and the hhirmiihcs about Tine Top whero Dlshop Iollt met his tuul I fate In those engagements with Inter mediato moves and counter moves much timo was consumed After Polks death Johnston tho confeder ate general in command on June Hi 1801 fell back beyond a considerable stream well named Mud creek nod stretched out his long1 lino apparently parallel with the twin mountains the Â¬ was as unique as Jacksons onset at Clmncellorsvllle Notice how those who wore partof tho movement speak Col Aalcow says At tho signal four companicsdashed forward in splendid stylo and with ouch rapidity that tho astoninhed enemy had hardly tirijo to gotoff we captured twenty or thirty He appHcs like Ian In their works gungo to the six companies on his right which struck for and clcarol tho troublcsorao woods Askow gaining tho crert Instantly set his mon at work to fortify and hold the Knob according to Oen Howards instruc- Â¬ tions This ho did undor a most terrific firo from two or throe batteries of tho enemy posted in their main lino of worlcs from six or seven hundred yards distant Meanwhile the firing In the woods grew worse and worse for tho confed- Â¬ erated had sent thither the Fifteenth and Thlrty sovonth Tennesseo regiments But tho Forty ninth Ohio I re backing Ab vented a confederate recapture Our loss was tho lieutenant kew udds of company A wounded Lieut Don ncr company E Bcycroly wounded nine enlisted mon killed and forty four wounded Llout Col Oray of tho Forty ninth I executed my orders Ohio writes changed tho direction of my lino and charged the position a wooded cral nenco driving with tho nFslhtaneo of the Fiftcentli Ohio tho enemy from Our loss in this affair wa3 itj ono officer killed and thirteen enlisted men wounded Gen Wood tho division commander reports At noon of tho following day tho corps commander Ocn Howard arranged an attack embracing partof the First brigade Kirbyn IM is t di vision and part of tho First brigade the Fifteenth and Forty ninth Ohio of my division The Fifteenth Ohio dashed gallantly forward carried the hill which had been lost anil en trenched itself on it under a heavy fire of the enemy Kirbys men moved in conjunction and did nobly but tho rapidity of No Â¬ awtw MVMWlVMW7rVT f 1W tajMimn9Kn ship exposure or danger that ho Is not willing and ready to share with them IfhoKOloycfl them they will in time gimr1 him With their own bodies and hold his lifcnsacrcd Major General v M0kyvvviviwtoAwrArto 0 O Howard U S AJ nw ta Mitt ft JTHrialn Tho drive between Plymouth and Contor Harbor n sot down as a notable one but take care to mako it from Center Harbor to Plymouth instead of the reverse otherwise you will Imvo the high mountains bohind you and will not sec them a3 you go A certalu bridge was down and we were forced ib go round by Ashland thus extend ing the already long drive to someÂ¬ Thcrefl thing like twenty miles some folks that make farming pay said my driver pointing to a placo we f7 V In Poor Health Vc Mnnnrt to m er Vt1tfl ftlftrA tTlin 11 Â¬ you imagine uj passed How I demanded thinking to trifling ailments neglected f Dont play with Natures f greatest gift health oil serious and iicnneAc tii1r frnm hear of some new plan They work he replied The remark waB intended as a fling at lazy farmers of whom rightly or wrongly one hears much William Henry Bishop in Century Fined for Iit Mns In Itihllr An old law of Paris forbids kissing in public places A cabman who saw his wife only onco a week gave her his wcokly kiss In front of a restaurant Both were arrested tho other day was fined fivo dollars He The cabman gallantly paid tho fine remarking that tho kiss was worth it WHEN SCAB Browns Iron r out of eruwMk ud gantfally x haaited narvou- have no sppatlu and caat work fetgln at onea tak- Â¬ ing tat most reliable itranctbcnina mcdlclnewhlchla Â¬ IfjrouftrafMllMfr Ritters wv estw - tles cure benaflt come from ten Brown Iron Bit A few bot very first dose it tvent ttain year tteih and It a I pleasant to taka tha Dyspepsia Neuralgia It Cures Kidney DATES Ubo FROM Klncn and Troubles LIvr Tho Word Hub Hern In Your 1800 tho Â¬ The first timo the word scab is known to havo been used in its present sense by union men was in 1800 Al Â¬ though in 1S17 several shipbuilders Constipation Bad Blood Malaria Nervous ailments Womens complaints Get onlv the ircnulne it has crossed red lines on the wrapper AH others are sub stitutes On receipt of two ac stamps wo wilt send set of Ten Beautiful Worlds l Fair Views and book free BROWN CHEMICAL CO BALTIMORE MD Â¬ KonoMiwu i 1 Part of his right brigades had been but little If any changed in position There was a weak point near the middle Our troops quickly catching sight of Â¬ 1 tho moving confederates rushed for ward hoping to surprise them wholly I was following ono of unpropared my brigades Ocn Markers of tho As I was emerging Fourth corps into an open space Marker by a rush ran over an Intrenched line taking tho defenders captivu To mark this time and placo I may quote a few lines from my Century article Must whero the old lines joined the now for JohnstonH right wing was unchanged I saw a feat tho like of which never elsewhere fell undor my observation Mairds division In a comparatively open field put forth a heavy skirmish lino which continued such a rapid firoof ritesns to keep down n corresponding hostile lino behind its well constructed tranches whilo tho picks and shovels behind tho dred persons wero idle at Full Biver for six months in 1810 The railroad strike of 1S80 which be Â¬ gan in St Louis May S will long be flinoH rriilliint uhiiriru lid bv Abkow remembered for its magnitude A whoso adjutant then Lieut Alexis union man had been discharged by the Cope has furnished me tho detail in Missouri Pacific road and tho mechan Â¬ which he bore no small part out ics and shopmen struck This was the stripped Ivirbys longer line so that nominal cause Texas Louisiana Mis- Â¬ Hon Stanley says Kirbys losses that souri Kansas and Arkansas were day wero not severe largely affected and governors of these I thought of this glowing incident states issued proclamations small as it may seem in tho recital Preceding this came tho memorable when you called for a personal adven- strike of 1877 with its immense destruc- Â¬ As soon as the half hourfi preture tion of life and property The four liminary cannonade was ended tho great Now York trunk lines were in signal agreod upon for a charge was tho hands of tho striken from first to last Tho riots of Chicago and St Louis were the work of tramps Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ struck at Medford Mass for a continuous rum supply not till 18DL did strikes become frequent Thirteen hun Â¬ Â¬ raders Deposit Bank JIT STERLING KY Capita J M G i 200000 Suwius 30000 Cashier MGSTAFF l rfsltlcnt L KIllKlATUICK Vice resident W W THOMSON Vc respectfully solicit the business of mcr ehnnts limners traders and busineiR men generally throughout Knstcrti Kentucky A general banking business done Give ns a chiuicc to send you a bnnk book nay your checks and loan you moiiev when in need v W Thompson Cash zk Sr AFFAIRS RELIGIOUS Thk Unitarian church claims its ori gin in Venice in 1510 Tun total additions to the Presby Â¬ terian church are 71701 Tin total receipts of the American board for ten months are 500012 Tjikiu are to day ninety entire trans- Â¬ lations of tho Bible and two hundred and thirty partial ones Tiik new mission house of the Home and Foreign Mission Board of the Pres Â¬ byterian church in New York city will be twelve and a half stories high oc Â¬ cupy an area of ninety two by one hun- Â¬ dred and ninety feet and will cost about 5710000 Â¬ TABLERSniI D BUCKEYE rillll OINTMENT PIUS and CERTAIN CURE DltUGOISTS CO CURES NOTHING BUT A SURE BEST REMEDY for PILES PrepuidJbrSICHABDCOH USD known for 10 years ae tho I WILL nHTAKK TIIR KALI ls SOID I1Y AI CT LOUIS fWMHBIBBBMfeMr-V- rs tLsbi KJfOK 4 S w rr I I ILJ0MJ vH vA 45 NffV - Ill rf iS ISeTi y mr id Mrouxii attv kiixkd tor wero abundant and so arranged as Bkirmlshcrs fairly flow till a good sot to hinder an advance of Yankees I of works wa mado four hundred yards ascended tho artillery work and stood distant from tho onomys and parallel contantly exposed to tho confederate to it Ire leaning against ono of tho trees This feat of arms grand and ox while 1 was standing Irmly on tho oitiug as it was to mo was prelim top log Innry to my own ndventuro concern Â¬ Tho onomys gunners had this bat ing which I am writing you tory point well in view and range In my corps in Stanloys division wo shells screamed and cracked in tho air had n very brave handsome prepos- Â¬ over my head solid hot struck our sessing young brigndo commander embankment and little rlfio balls Oen Kirby Stanley had great confi Â¬ whizzed and whistled ns thoy Bped dence in hhn and his command but with lightning swlftnoas My officers unfortunntelj tho afternoon of tho protested Youll got kllloai You 30th of Juno as Sherman was pressing are mirely crazy t Whats tho good of Johnston all along tho front an usual suoh exposure Somo wore inclined and also trying to turn his flank a con- Â¬ to seizo mo by forco and put mo undor 1 know what federate force coming with Uodouln shelter But I said velocity mado n tremendous demon Im doing I had a very distinct pur- Â¬ titration against my foremost divisions pose In plain view boforo mo wero and Kirbys brigado was knocked out tho Fifteenth Ohio mon tho Forty An open space fringed ninth Ohio nlso Kirbys brigado of position with woods was tnkon from him con Â¬ which had tho previous evening lost federate cannon put bohind opaulo tho Knob tho pioneers and otlior men ments in tho best places and loug lines I wanted every soldier to fool that this of intrenchmonts speedily dug and combat marked a crisis that I did not filled with graycoats in and out of tho ask tho soldiers to encounter a danger woods Wo called tho highest point of that I did not share with them So I this ground which Kirby lost Bald determinedly with set tooth stood bo Â¬ foro thorn and participated In their Knob The night of tho 21st of Juno was a excitement Many descriptions of that sorry one in our camp Tho recent prompt advance by our bravo union grand success of Bairds division and mon lie before mo It was as rosoluto Markers brigade were all forgotten as Picketts charge at Gettysburg it given all tho men moved somo faster and some slower right in the teeth of tho whirlwind Tho instant I saw them cheering and sweeping up tho last ascent I descended from tho top log mouuted my horse before my stall could get to mo and followed im- Â¬ mediately by but ono orderly gal lopped into the midst of thesa foremost men and was with them amid tremen Â¬ dous cheering whilo tho air was hot with tho missilus of daath they had crowned tho height thoy had rccoT ered tho lost ground they had de Â¬ stroyed tho continuity of Shermans line and for once I their corps com- Â¬ mander fully shared their feeling of enterprise of danger of ultimate se Â¬ curity and of glory 1 was closer beset at Fair Oaks hav Â¬ ing had my brother Charles near mo badly wounded my throo horses shot and my right arm shattered by two painful wounds yot no adventuro had ever thrilled mo llko that spirited charge of Nodlnos Ohio men when wo recaptured that Bald Knob along tho lines of Muddy Creek and with Ocn Kirbys help held it fast in sight of tho twin mountalus of Qcorgia Juno 21 1801 DO YOU WANT A -- is the finest puro white Clean soap ever introduced here It d better than Cashmere Hoquct for the toilet supeiior to Ivory fur tine laundry and ahead of Sa polio for the kitchen Oik cake 10c 2 for lro I for i5c Sold at o Situation UlL 1ik Ml - K m -1 m KMHhT III XmK v V fju ul this ofiice only f SERGEANT CRGBSUS I HT T COPYRIGHTED Prof E XV Smith for 18 years principal of tho OF KV IIMIUFRQITV PnmmnmiAl nnll UUIIIIIIBIlildl OUHBgrJ LEXiNGTON7kY Awarded Medal and Diploma By the i For JSJyotcm omooU Ucfplnir anU IIuhIiuim Kilurntlon IluMncsn Worlds Columbian Exposition fJO AND 1115 Adventures in Love and War rnrral etc Ctist to comploto lncluillnK tuition books nnil board Ptionpffrapliy Tpcurltlns una -l- txi in banks and 100 ohlclals No Kontucky Iliivcrslty Diploma intcr Now Kraduatos Ke SpccalVacation awarded our attt ntlon Riven to eoiirlutr UuatloiiM for craduatcs rlrcular Coune nbout lor WILBUR R address SMITH LEXINGTON KY nont f v In PI 4 i Every link of a chain must bo tough to mako tho whole chain strong Tho Bald Knob combat was an im- Â¬ portant link in tho chain of battles that mado Atlanta ours and fairly won Henry M Stanton secretary of war blamed mo concerning a llko personal exposure which occurred nt Gordons Corner S 0 whero with ono aid Col Bcebe I rcconnoltcred what appeared to bo swampy and Rlippcry ground in front of a broad confederate intronch mont boforo ordering a charge Wo wore several times fired at from tho crest of tho work Mr Stanton said General for that reckless ex posure you ought to havo been cashiered Beebo and I wero not killed and tho act probably saved a hundred other lives and sure- Â¬ ly wo were not brought boforo ovon a court of inquiry To Iceep soldiers in heart and gain their continued confidence and affec Â¬ tion tho commandant whatever bo his rank must make them understand that he calls them to meet no hard Â¬ Will be fully related in OUR NEXT SERIAL 4 -- to tho hmula of nny but roliublo pooilo whon you nro looking for CLOTHING Wo nro tho largest house in Contrnl Kontuoky and mako a specialty of 700 and 10 Suits With ovory suit for Mon wo givo a gunrantood t ammvv i IT WILL BEGIN AT AN EARLY DATe mont dust proof WATCH AND CHAIN puke Whito Hall lovor movo GRAVES COX CO LEXINGTON KY Iff H JW hiii- niUfi - S j rt y n fv nwTiywifynnrfwiy Jti n wpwwyr Wi j mmnwyty 4 Ktj 1 llll II nmwir Vm itif rAWE5LS OF SCIENCE tho fixed ntnr now in tlfb ns- conflantjr computed to bo 100000000 Smn t nnntinn uiawill iTUin v mmo it UMJIIimwm IIIIIIIMMWWWMWMMHWWWMMmmibiiibi MASTERS IN ART 1 r r i 1 VH t W1C BUI1 Aftom TmiiTiTTo i tClt 0f hit mistress I ho head of Holofomna 41 n tiMfcitf j- ui it m From the Grave Letter to tho Jamestown N Y Skji Dusti Chautauqua Co N Y July 101883 Snatched U arstou 4n Libut Itansliiii of tho rencit navy from that which animntea the hyintxn body This accounts for the nniwui ni me imr m the lend long lit imht hulias ttVnVii ffJn attention to tho different phases of peasant life SAconivtinburisbtit iiftWl Vtto k canvas V and represent them or p decay undoihcinfluenco of a dry at- LouitMNft was left an orphan at the mpprjlierciuil will resist decompoai- - age of twelve and by hirfj wa3 enred iiop ior nn iniciinlto pjrml when kept brother who instructed himfor woddt hi totally submerged in water engraVing JTin aorial spa-j-- within tho limit of Bondone painted so much after ttj6 otfrjvision is calculated to havo a diam manner of Titian that many works eter of 420OKO00 inllca nnd a circum proved to fininco of 3207 Jo000 miles And the latter be his were long credited fa thiu is only a fragment of the immenFeancja did not begin painting until sity of space nearly niy years of age and in tqn Ik SciiAFr of Vienna lmn applied Â¬ photography to tho study of tho hum in years executed a long series of admir able works skin A bright liht is projects J on Ceanacii is known as the friend of the part of the skin t bo examined Luther Several pictures of tho grdat and by direct exposure many rrn 11 de tails of the bkin ireludinjj markings reformer painted by this master arc not usually discernible are photo- still in existence graphed Anmnto SiirMlcrs tcrlutonnon j Â¬ lirSim 1 consider It a duty to niako the following HtateiiionU Ono year azo last April I bocamo afflicted with kidney dlsoaso I oiuployeil oiiq of tho most oxporlonccd pliy b 4wtoWnfc filclannof tulscoctlon ot tho county I fre Â¬ with n piece of chalk on a nloeu rff quently roiWtu hh omco braced up In my carrlcgo with pUicmn I obtained Uo porma ninf nont relief I vuv BrENonni was the first artist to giV6 fnm fnvi iic ni Braver ami 10- j- - fehiMM clr Reduced to a mere Skeleton father Jacob Johnson of Ellory died of tho Barao dUoaso thrco years aji and I bo gan to think there wanllttlo hope for me Somo tlmo In Aujj Dr M M Fenuorof Fro donta X Y culled on mo whllo making his canvass for thostatosonatc Lcarnlngot ray condition ho said hu niado n remedy for My 1 1 Kidhey Disease c J that ho would send mo nomo Ills KIdnoy and Iluckuchn Curo helped mo from tho start Jly digestion Improved tho Baroness loft my sides and back and I took on hoalthy musclo and ilcxh When I ad finished tho first bottlo I was cured I took a llttlo of tho socond and then rhvo tho balance to an aftllctcd 1 1 Â¬ BLACKSMITH AND WAGON 4 MAKER ht Hazel Green Kv Â¬ Â¬ THEIR START IN LIFE Maktin Van JJtmrv began life as an offlco boy for a lawyer rising sdowly to the position of cleric oopyLt and lltial ly becoming a pleader in tho courts of justices of the peace DnnVAnoTn ouc of Narnlconn mar Â¬ shals who afterwards became king of Sweden was eductcl in tho office of a country notary and spout lib time in copyin- - leg I papers Soutiikv the pect spent most of his boyhood in hu fathers linen shop lie wrote verses in the intervals of Ims d nebs and kept his papers hidden among tho goods on the shelves Wist the painter showed his talent at a very early age lie made sketches in charcoal before he was ten and some of his early work displays great ease n the use of the crayon Jon IIowakd showed in boyhood the philanthropic traits that afterwards made his name famous He was con- Â¬ tinually on tho lookout for some case of distress that he might relieve WorsnvH early life is said to have boon passed mainly in the slaughter houso of his father who was a butcher Tie was sometimes called by his enemies The Butchers Dog PERSONS AND THINGS Â¬ Tho most savage and horrible of all the barbarous customs of the Ashantes For in Africa says Prof W t Stcadmam Dnv snh l lv John M Hose and Mrs Lou Ilim iroeii Kv is that of celebrating of Wa hington by the death uf a king or great noble a sacrifice of other lives indeed al Â¬ most all of their anniversary rites arc attended by a holocaust of human be- Â¬ neighbor I huvo not mot Dr Fonucr since but I can not say enough iupraiso of his Kidney and Dackacho Cure Yours truly TRUMAN II JOHNSON JU m mmimmmmmmjmlm ings They believe that when a king or a noble dies he must have wives and slaves in tho next world just as ho had in this and in order that these may not be wanting the simple expedient is resorted to of killing his wives and slaves and sending them after him Ilude and bloody ceremonies mark the practice of this custom which are con- Â¬ tinued for about a week Strange to say numerous volunteers arc always found who aro not only ready but anxious to be offered up in honor of a dead king OlnNcnj In China Â¬ Ginseng is an important article of exMUNN port to China and the trade is largely in the hands of the resident Chincso FOR They buy tho root of themselves wholesale dealers who get it of coun try folk at about two dollars and fifty I OIITATN n A PATENT Fori honest opinion write to oM IUUrsN ifc CO who liavo Imd nearly lfty Toars expcrlcnco In tho patent buslncBa Communica- Â¬ tions sulctljr confidential A Iliimtliook of lu rorrontlon concornlnii Intrntw and how to obÂ¬ tain tnem ent fre Aleo a catnloguo of mechan- Â¬ ical and sclontltla books sunt frco lntpnts taken tbrotiRh Munn Co rocclvo poclal notice Intho KcteatlUc Aincrlrnn ana thns aro brought wldoljr bofnrotho public with- Â¬ out cost to tho inventor This splotidld paper Jwued weekly olcBBtitljr Illustrated has bv tho larecst circulation of any scicntiac work far tho In Satninp onlfs sent froo Kjttninoiitbly fixo a year ElA8 cents Krery number contains Plnplo coplos beau- Â¬ tiful plates tn colors and photocrnphs of now hottnes with plana enabling builders to show tho MteMt tpsltrns and securo eontrnrts Address XCA1V V COPYRIGHTS Ki1P8r 3MATSJRIlDEHny TJIIS IS THE KIND OF WAGON VI BUILD CAT AND GET PHJ015S m QrtwttwyCrrtrttt m V nr 1 b in w v ra m vr m m - I 7im w2rll8enr - y DEALER IN i i W YOUU atil i UUOAUWAT CAMPTON KENTUCKY the LndieN ol Wolfe and tlio Biirroiunling country to mil nnd sen the lulling MNVITES line of SUMMER DIUCSS GOODS h Iiiih Just received lasliionnhle fnhrics nnd 1ariH mttertiH and priulH heides nn UU1CHS vitriety ot Notions InclmliiiK all of tlio InteKt styles in Lae8 kibluins ifcc Ac Ho nlbo earrieH a luro lino of elieuj uieilitiin and high grade X directly from the countrymen because the latter being unacquainted with the Celestials are unwilling to send the root C cents a pound Chinamen seldom buy FEINTING -- Tnnnn arc fifty seven thousand wom en engaged in farming in the United States Tin first known instauce of the use of coal was in England in the year 850 It was then called fossil fuel A IliiLAncuMriA colored man lived for three days on nothing but sponges which he stole from watering troughs and drieo A hoisi at Passaic N J committed suicide by wading into a canal and holding its head under water until unconsciousness resulted Tun action of the human breath will corrode aluminum This was discovered b3 the experiment of using the metal as the diaphragm in the mouthpiece of a telephone Among the royal riders of the wheel are tho king of the Belgians Queen Wilhelmina Princes Waldemar and Carl of Denmark and Princes George and Nicholas of Greece Â¬ I The Chinose make a mys Â¬ CATATonUKS f M1NUTKS tery of the trade but they send abroad IKTTKIt IIiAIS fAnytliSiifr tlmt onn bo tvp fKttii up ulthcull at yearly many thousands of dollars UN VKlOlUS and paper worth of ginseng 4l -- 4MyMrt4W444 a a aaiBaialaj-0jaa-aia4aJ-aaJa- which ho ia fcelling nr lower prices than anybody Purchase of him and Miyc money REASON AND UNREASON THE HERALD OFFICE ICY aaaaaaaaa aa Co Anyhow women do sit straight on bicycles As boon as a man discovers that he cannot reform himself he begins on the world Yocxo married people always have a hammock hanging up in their yard which tluy nevcruse A man never grows more eloquent about hard times than when he talks about them to his wife When a man begins to tell a woman all his troubles and grievances that is his way of showing that he cares for he IIAZKI CKKHX IF YOU want to learn TELEBRflPHY nnd become n I Pieratt DEALERS IN competent TELEGRAPH OPERATOR -- SEND FIFTY CENTS TOR t quantity CiiANcnuoi von Capiiivi and Prince Winddicchgractz the Austrian pre- Â¬ mier both count richc3 a negative Wiitc INTERESTING LINES PoncniAi- - is to bo substituted for gold in filling teoth PiKKNiciAXa invented the first alpha Â¬ OvKit cnowiHNa of street cars is forbid i in England Tin majority of self taught congress- Â¬ men are farmers Lkttuci was deemed by the ancients tho food of the dead Tin Mississippi delta is settling six inches per century Javanese bamboo has been profitably grown in Louisiana Diamonds are sometimes smuggled in hollow heeled shoes In 1893 Parisians consumed 21291 mules horses 229donkeys and In Poland it is n penal offense to spenk Polish in any public resort Â¬ L 0X44i4 LEXINGTON KY 7 yr4r tX n I TJTl jOa Ww ii ATniAL MONTHS SUBSCRIPTION TO TMC H UDllDldl Louisville Times -THE BRiaHTCST AND BEST AFTERNOON PAPER IN THE SOUTH M4WM40 A NEW STORY FROM THE PEN OF PIERATT HAZEL GREEN KY -- fr6 Livery Feed and Sale Stable Double nnd Single Itigs and Saddle Horses for hire Parties convey ed to any point on reason able terms auc- Â¬ bet about liBO It C lerHise Live Stock AND Latent Market Quotations Latest State News AH the Local News Complete Press Reports LARGEST CIRCULATION IN THE SOOTH Captain diaries Kino NNN fiii 1 E 30000 AN OVER DAILY Our readers will be pleased The with our next story name of the author alone is guarantee of that THE STORY IS ENTITLED tioneering and Holicit business of this kind Itesncctfullv Ac JOHN ll IlERATT will nlho attend to all calls for 50 OEDZWrOp Or llfieo Jfk JVEOHETEX by Mall Yr JNOi A HALDEMANBus Manager 808 rouRTH Avenue LOUISVILLE KENTUOKV PROVERBS One hand opened in charity may be worth ono hundred folded in prayer Mkke oddity is often mistaken for wit and oftcner for wisdom A mheuaIj supply of car trumpots should go with all great truths Special legislation may produce eclipses but cant make sunlight Wedding presents have much to do with making married lifo a failure Tiiehe aro times when a weak ruler is moro dangerous than u strong en- Â¬ emy Theue aro emergencies in which anÂ¬ ounco of powder is worth a ton of proclamation IS order to bo called good fellows somo folks aro tho meanest kind of ones to thoso that lovo them best Chicago Horald Â¬ Loud Rosikjbhy Is credited with hav Marquis Hu ing n larger fortune than dini Sergeant CRCESUS And CLIMAX WHEN YOU WANT A WATCH Country iProduce Or anything in tho Jowolry lino lot mo know it Iwillfur iubIi you goodaworik themoaey and YOU Will hnVO GUARANTKK at homo whoro you cait u ho it Roapoctfully i h in Captain Kings happiest vein L Read Have Read Have Read It Your Wife It Ml -- gjm VWI 1 F0RGBT THE PLACE PUREST No TI IE JEWE LiER EZEL Morgan CouHty Ky AND BEST Custom Home Block J SEITZ WITH tb Children It Too I LESS TH AH HALF THE PRICE OF OTHtR BRANDS I HAZEL GREEN KY W M KfiER lOliBKMM 0O Wi T W- POUNDS20 IX WILL BEGIN SOON HALVtSIOQUARTERS54 ivnvvfwvvsvjrc24irefi LROjITOJI SOLD IN CANS ONLY 0 SJS Mftpaauug J X BflMMMKXutwa JffgSfyMjil i wi nwn ii fmi mi mini- - TMM 3KBlUItS gmOBR OOOrZR J Elt A SERIOUS CHARGE oughly convincod that tho routo by way of Hazol Qroon is tho ono Oonfranta Mr Uaum the Mayor of Mt Sterling ho should tako undor any and all Wo copy tho following from tho Mt circumstances Lot us hoar from Sterling Daily News of tho Gth inst M1 WJrJmlM IWI ltWIIWI you Mr Brons i LtfJ HAZEL GREEN KY Thursday November 8 1894 Politics is h 11 as Jim Jew all has Bfiid but it might havo boon worso is somo consolation All tho Domocrats in tho county woro oloctod but our candidato for couuty judge whom Judgo Carson dofbatod bya majority of 104 Tho kangaroo ballot is a good scroon bohind which to turn a trick judging from tho rosulta of Tues Â¬ days elootion and tho swapping dono by somobody on that occasion would put to shame anything of K tho kipd ovor attomptod Of Do wo ccopt tho situation courao wo do and vory much after tho man who boing askod if liis son was willing to dio ropliod Willin1 or no wilhn1 ho had hor to cut But wo havo no individual rogrots Wo only rogrot that tho ries and I asked Mr Baum for a box for my white rabbit He took me back into a littlo room away from tho trrocery picked out a box and asked me if that party lost would do and I said yes Then he put one arm around mo and put his other Tho returns boar us out in ono hand under my clothes and felt all over thing at loast Wo said tho Re Â¬ me I broke away from him and went home and told my mother and when the publicans had out thoir best mon groceries came sho sent them right back and Wo boliove tho rankest partisan The child still sticks to her story and in that party will agroo with us no argument will induce her to say she that no two Republicans in tho is wrong Mr Watson says he did not want to act harshly in the matter and county could havo pollod tho voto wailed thinking something might turn acoordod Judgo Carson and Mr This bird got a touch of chickon up to clear Mr Baum of tho terrible Wilson on Tuosday last charge and is sure Mr Baum is guilty cholora Tuesday and ho has sinco or ho would not have resorted to the Tho nows roachod horo Wednes Â¬ boon unablo to stand up and crow measure ho did elsowhero montionod in this paper In this district Kendall and Beck nor aro undoubtedly oloctod by safo though small majorities In this county Kondall rocoivod 170 majority Monofoo gives him 150 and Powoll shows up with hor usual majority of 50 As Breathitt put ovory Domoorat in by a handsome majority sho undoubtedly gavo tho congressional nominoos a good voto Montgomory Elliott Estill Floyd and Piko havo likowiso dono thoir Domocratic duty and Clark will provo tho bannor county whilo Morgan Kondalls native county has cortainly furnishod hor quota Presuming our ostimatos as facts tho Ropublican countios could not ovorcomo them Anyhow wo will continuo to hopo and in our noxt givo tho result Last night just nftcr tho people from tho various churches had gono to their Tho indications now aro that tho homes Mayor Adam Baum came out of tho post offlco and turned up Broadway Domocrats havo oloctod a Congress Â¬ toward his homo on High street As he man from each of tho cloven dis Â¬ turned tho cornerof Main and Broadway tricts with tho possiblo oxcoption Henry Watson councilman from tho of tho Sovonth in which Denny second ward who was standing on the him and him what has probably dofoatod Owens as corner calledtho way he asksdtreated his ho meant by had little daughter Mr Uaum answered that ho had dono nothing wrong Watson told him ho was going to whip him or get whipped and with n hickory cano about threo fourths of an inch in diameter began beating Mr Baum over tho head knocking him down four timca Mr Baum had a penitentiary cano and struck Watson two or threo times but did not hurt him Watson waa arrested and held over on 1500 bond till Friday Â¬ 1 OYERGOATS m FOB n i INI i 1 Men Boys and Children rnr JLgest Stoek IN KENTUCKY THE watsonb statement reporter called on Mr Watson this morning and asked him for a state ment which ho readily gave He said I beliovo it was on tho 21st day of last month I was in Cincinnati when I re ceived a telegram from my wife to come home which I did at once thinking my baby was worso as it was sick when I left On returning home I found my wife greatly troubled about what my little girl Minnie Belle aged ten years had told her The child said Mamma sent me to Mr Haums for somo groce- Â¬ A Nows Kerseys Meltons Beavers Chinchillas and Friezes Made up in fashion cut long and right up to date Â¬ We GUARANTEE Prices AND WILL MAKE IT TO YOUK ADVANTAGE IN DOLLARS AND CENTS TO CALL ON US i wi LEXINGTON linkup KY Clothiers Tailors and Furnishers i day ovoning that W 0 Owons Whilo ho is a sick chickon just Domocratio candidato for congross now ho will rocovor in timo and from tho 7th district was dofoatod his clarion notos yet bo hoard in by Judgo Donny tho Ropublican tho land nominoo by about 800 majority Caooil If this bo so it is tho rosult of tho Kiiowh ii Fork Tlilnic Whim Ho Sons It Canoo lircntlritt County Ky vituporativo abuso hoapod upon October 31st 1894 j Mr Cooper My dear friend Wo Mr Brookinridgo and his support talco this method of thanking you for ors in tho rocont primary aud pnst favors You have porformud an exthoroforo it doos not como in tho cellent job on our minutes They are naturo of a surprise printed on nico clean white- paper with MR IIAUMS STATEMENT Â¬ hi V 4 tv Vernon mansion was purchased and is now occu Â¬ pied as a rcsldenco by a Chicago police Â¬ man named McQuiro Tho house which 17000 was bought by McGuiro cost Tho tax having failod to carry in for 400 and moved to a lot on Stoney Morgan county on Tuosday Mr Inland avenue threo miles away and Politics mid Death now a Chicago policeman sleeps in a re Broas should now turn his atten Â¬ production of tho bedchamber of tho At Hope well Greenup county Ky tion to our routo and soowhatoan father of his country Tho ofllcor fur- on tho 2nd inst James Hanoy shot and bo oftocted in tho way of donations nished tho houso with furnituro modeled killed Thomas Floyd and seriously in jured Oliver Floyd a brother Tho otd Wo boliovo ho can socuro after that at Mt Vernon trouble camo up over politics and was Dntigor l rom Catarrh propor inducomonts to como our started at a public speaking Whilo at Tho mo9t important feature about that Hopewell tho Floyd boys abused Hanoy way if ho will only mako tho offort very common complaint tatarrh in tho aud wo aro also inolinod to tho head is its tendency to dovelop into and when followed up ho turned and put a bullet through tho abdomen opinion that ho can run a road somo other more sorlous and dangerous Floyd and ono in tho arm of his of Tom brother from Rothwoll to Canoy for muoh disease Tho foul matter dropping from Oliver Haney was arrested Both par week tho head into tho bronchial loss than his corps of onginoors for lungs is very liable to load to tubes or ties aro well known and respected farmers bronchitis To dotormino or consumption that destroyer which in tho neighborhood of Hopewell morly ostimatod this a now survoy might havo to bo causes moro deaths in this country than Dont Tolmooo Spit or Smoko Your Tlfo Awny made but tho cost would only bo any othor disease As catarrh originates Tho truthful startlinc titlo of a book-in impurities in tho blood local applica- about nominal considering tho many tions can do but littlo good Tho com- guaranteed tobacco tho only harmless habit teuro If you other advantages A half dozon mon 80D90 mcthqd of treatment is to want to quit and cant uso Braces 137 ohoapor routos than tho ono his purify tho blood and for this purpose nicotiuo up uicotinized nerves eliminates poisons makes weak men gain there is no preparation suporior to Hoods iurvoyors choso can bo found any Sarsaparilla Tho powerful action of strength weight and vigor PosltivoÂ¬ euro or money refunded Sold by nil drugof which aro oqually as practical this medicino upon tho blood expels gists Book nt druggists or mailed frco ovcry by so looks into tho mattor catarrh impurity andhealth todoing cures Address Tho Sterling Bomodv Co Chi and and gives tho eutiro cago office 45 Randolph St New York w bliay he will bo most thorr organism 10 Spruco St sume in January and wo boliovo ho will givo us a clean administra Â¬ tion of county affairs bolioving that ho will mako Wolfo printing hereafter From yours county a vory aocoptablo presiding Very respectfully officer His oxporionco as judgo Itrv John F Auuowood and shorifT rospootivolyyoars ago A lollcoiimnH Homo Tho Virginia stato building at tho ominontly qualify him for tho du tios ho will bo callod upon to as Â¬ Worlds fair which was a reproduction of George Washingtons Mt very readablo type and bound in beau Tub Hkrald having mado tho tiful tinted paper in good stylo Tho fight for tho party nominoo aud entire job gives perfect satisfaction Wo lost now stands roady to Bupport sinceroly thank you for same You will find enclosed forty cents in Judgo Carson in ovorygood word stamps to pay poatago ou our minutes and work and wo fool al roady as per your request that wo shall find much in his off- Â¬ Again wo will ask you to accept our icial caroor to commond sincoroly thanks for tho nico work yon havo dono for us Wo also wish you to do our The news man found Mr Baum in bed at his residence on High street lie is soverely bruised about tho head and is suffering considerably Mr Baum sajs The story that I took improper liberties with tho child is without foundation The day tho littlo girl was in my store my son Will and my clerk Mr Bardman wero there Sho asked mo for a box and I told her to como into tho next room where wo kept empty boxes and pick out one As we came out of tho room in tho presence of Will and Mr Boardman I put my arm around her I had not the remotest idea of doing her any harm Sho left tho store in a perfectly good humor Last nightl was standing in the post office when Mr Watson came in and wont to his box I believe I spoke to him as ho camo in After I got my mail I started for homo littlo dreaming that I was to bo attacked When I passed the corner T said good evening gentle and when Watson called mo I men littlo dreamed that ho was going to attack me I am innocent of doing any wrong Tho abovo is both sides of tho afliiir Wo tako no sides in tho mattor as we aro not judgo or jury But if Mr Baum is guilty of tho charge ho should step doyn and out as Mayor of this city and if ho is not Mr Watson should bo punished for assault and battery to tho full extent of tho law Â¬ Â¬ iisgii Sj Opposito Phoonlx Hotel Twvvvvvv vv JOXH XlVllVlJCil OHi STUUJ1 1 To the Trade of Eastern Kentucky would say that wo have recoivod tho largest stock of rati Evor trado cash thorn could buy thorn so wo aro offering for brought to this section for our Fall and bought thorn as cheap as tho i Cook Stoves 3LJES2S Than ovor boforo hoard of and would kindly solicit your inspection of thoso goods or write for prices Wo aro soiling Hoating Stoves from 250 up and Cooks from 450 up Our stock all along tho line is MONEY i XiARGEI AND OOSEPXiBVB In tho way of Queonswaro Glasswaro Tin waro otc and our prices trado solicited ARE LOWER THAW THE LOWEST Your W W u Mt Sterling Kv Â¬ e4 Â¬ State College of Kentucky wpcxio ojajTJLJCimjDijjjrx 10th 1894 Â¬ in1rivatofmUios8iot7 FbJ JAS K PATTERSON Ph D UlSSg fcAlNCTON M wuuuui uounty President KY Â¬ Â¬ No-to-b- MERCHANTSJOBL0TWiUSir WHOLESALE Wiand 139 Race Street - J No-to-ba- c ONLY Big Drives in Cincinnati Ohio a 1 rirho Â¬ 0L0VHIH8 SS01S MASS Bona tor our Irico List Iff nJb j fxMUkhm ws jwaiVWM wfjjzwmMmiinmFMWm n wmt iw wwmwi VlWPlPP5pPWMPIP wvmmir rvmm v Election Rnturnii Tho following is tho result of tho elec Â¬ By tno way what has bccomo of the tion at Hazel Green precinct i For Rep Â¬ tolcphone line resentative in congress VEER EEBEUUbS w Thrasher Combs got thoro by a scratch Ixh majority being nly 10 in tho county Jo JETSJGLI5SJHC KLITOKEJiXir 4 12 W SHORT STREET Rotrtllnr Moftlfl 25 COntfl Mimlci frt rrlnr af all lirmt 10 n m to 8 p m Suppor from 5 to 9 p m M Kendall LEXINGTON KY a 135 G6 NTHopkins llfUiWM - uu w r jw t Dinner front fe try it Lincoln Ten in highly endorsed by tho Kendalls majority medical profession Buy n pnekngo and For congress sliort term W M Beckncr 69 135 02 vOysters Lamb Fries Fish and Chicken a Specialty CHTCU Ringing Nolsen j U MnwWjllinms of color wholives near Daysbpro haa our thanks for a mess of nice sweet potatoes J L JBoaley t Beckners majority For County Judge Lincoln Tea euros nil diseases caused T ty impure blood and it builds up tho en G W Center G Caraonlt tiro system a In tho cars sometimes a roaring buzzing 83 sound arc caused by catarrh that ex Â¬ 89 disease Losh of smell or hearing also UG rcHult from catarrh HoodaSarsaparllla ceedingly disagreeable and very common HAZEL sJJ7tAjjpj GREEN -- 3OTXCAWf Wnwlmtow ciffl O o Good morning Judgo Carson Permit Carsons majority 27 s to congratulate you upon the fino per Â¬ For county attorney A H Stamper sonal raco you made got 133 and for county clerk J B Hoi Squire Sebastian will look nrtcr the Ion got 131 both Democrats without op magisterial affairs of this district Ho position For sheriff beat Judgo Kash about 1T votes A T Combs 119 Tho Swango spring has been leased to 8 H Wilson It 80 a gentleman of Nicholas county who will take charge some time this month Combs majority 33 Morgan county failed to vote the tax For Assessor JeflM ltoar 143 and the railroad will now be built from B N Spradling 53 eomc other point than Morehead maybe Â¬ tho great blood purifier is a peculiarly Bucccssful remedy for this disease which it euros by purifying the blood o 0 HUHUCWII SESSION OF 1804 95 FIRST TERM BEGAN M0NDAT SEPfBMBlR 5 A complete Puculty Hoods Pills arc tho best after pation MORGAN COUNTY din- Â¬ Â¬ ner pills auMst digestion prevent consti Eastrru Kentucky Mntrleulutloii f1 thai is in sympathy with the educational interest ef Studies In all departments of school work carried on Kxpknhks ron Twknty Weeks j qq 40 00 John and Clay Cecil tho illness of Roses majority whom has heretofore been reported are For Coroner now said to be much better and improvÂ¬ ing rapidly J T Pelfrey John Moore It Itobcrt J MeLin who was here on business last week has gono back to Pclfreys majority For Jailer Winchester Mrs McLin however i willJohn It Hobbs remain for some time j - - Mnytnwn Illlle Arty Dye Miss Hada Childcrs and A C Swango the doctors say are improv- Â¬ ing Little Carl May is verv low and told us last week that ho would not get well but wc still hope and trust that ho will 90 A Hoffman Son Miller of Mt Ster ling fire insuranco agents aro stopping 128 with WP Sample Saturday morning 53 Mr Lawsnn had all of his town property insured So much for advertising in Â¬ 75 Thk Hkkald 1000 Washing lttt 4 00 music per lesson 35 One half payable In iidrnncc Deduction for sickness protracted twoweoks or more Free scholarships to one pupil from cadh of twenty counties Enroll the first day and apply yourself and yon will join with all In say- - Sgf lag Huzcl Green Academy is the best and cheapest school In Enstorn M Kentucky LIf parents or guardians have daughtsrs they want to put In a first class cv uini giuuc auuwui uiry aiiuiiiu wnio us lor puriicuiurs botore arranging to frj sii Wo can educate young men and vouhr women for about yia 5 S eVi usowhere ntucKniHs We will compare with any of fa 0 ft whlt l would cost in ihn them Mend for Cataloguo for particulars 2 m J tf 1 0 t a Rich Howard of Hazel Green visited his sister Nannie last Sunday at this ACADEMY NOTES j place The West Liberty band stayed here Mrs Sam Plummer is at this timo reTwenty trees will be planted in the Monday night en route from Jackson ported to be better and Steve Stamper yard tomorrow Arbor day and Hunting creek where they played at is thought to be improving slowly tho speaking of Henry L Godsey and On Inst Saturday night thero was n James H Swango was a welcome visJohn P Salyer respectively grand hop on Walkers creek and some itor at the Home on Monday eveuing Crock Coldiron on Wednesday cut a of tho boys they say played a double poplar tree on the lands of Judge G B Logan and Howard Millctfarc again in part Swango right in the suburbs 0 town It rained Friday enough to replenish school after an absenco of two weeks on which produced six 10 foot logs the the water in all tho streams being the account of whooping cough smallest one being 84 inches at tho small only wetting rain wo have had since last end Sample H L Godsey is well informed as to a May mwlaomeltIIunoiupcrior If signs dont go back on us we will Jimmie Swango and Rollin Kash who free government its principles and I j JiU time Allegro lsttluio wero with relatives and friends here management and carries his audience by have a wedding on Walkers creek soon Boys begin to muster up your horns i from Saturday until Tuesday after vot- - reason and facts Quaker City IUkino Pownnn Is of all wovo found tho best bells and tinpnns k ing immediately left for Danville where Claims aplAco abovo the rest Absolutely pure anu wholesome Omu Â¬ On last Saturday evening two men they will resumo their studies in tho law A Biblo normnl class will soon bo oro f With ten ncnuics cot n imm nlo Of vnur Grocoran y day n Omit Ho your pennies will ro pay l If it Is school of old Centre ganized which will meet in the study of one by tho name of Martin nnd tho other a f Hon cst trl als nil puf- - fl clont FnllurothcrowlU never bo Home on Friday evenings at 7 oclock Mack engaged in a fight which resulted For success will ev or fol lovv Omit Thoso who use Q C D I You will hear some of tho best news the in Mack getting a bruised head and remain in session till 8 shortly that you ever listened to It The great forest fire which has been will relate to a railroad to run to Hazel is spending tho week at raging on tho ridgo between Hell and J S Adams Green and no taxes will bo asked but all Addreu Quaker City B P Co Riehmov 2nd his homo in Magoffin county Ho is Walkers creek was subdued after much enterprising citizens will bo invited to busy however voting soliciting pupils fighting and watching both by day and contribute to its construction for our school visiting his parents and by night Mrs D S Godsey who has been at his best In company with our friend A D Ilot Springs Ark for the past six weeks Plummer whose acquaintance and familnon P W Hardin is tho best speaker iarity with the peoplo of this section is has written homo that she will bo horo wo havo heard on tho political platform Her many Saturday evening next proverbial wc made several pleasant calls friends will be glad to know that she has nis exposition of high protective tariff on Saturday last entirely recovered from her rheumatism and tariff for revenue ody was very A grand excursion was run from Lexclear and forcible as was also his exposi ington on last Saturday to St Helens Â¬ Hon D S Godsey who was home Our class in civics nnd other points It carried about 150 tion of free trade clerk of tho elecMonday and acted as wore awakened on theso points souls who seemed to enjoy hugely our tion on Tuesday left Wednesday mornbeautiful mountain scenery ing for his Baw mill at Glencairn where What aro our town authorities doing Tho west bound freight on last Wed Â¬ ho is kept quite busy sawing lumber for to havo sidewalks made throughout tho nesday morning ran off tho track a mile tho domand made sinco tho Democratic They filled all with great hope below Fincastle Two car wheels wero town tariff went into effect last spring and now wo supposo that bureted up and ono man received quito a Aunt Sallio Trimblo though confined hopo will miro in tho mud tho coming severe shock by jumping from tho car to her room never forgots her friends winter Hazel Green as a town has Tho company at Lumber Point arc judging from tho handsomo present of greater protensions than any small town preparing their booms getting them in SPECIAL OFFER turnips and grcon3 which sho this week in tho state but it seems there can not order for tho first high tido then tho mills will start up there and at Bcatty- Thanks bo found a body of officers in it that has sent the editor and his bettor The success of tho EIcctropoiBO In curing ville ineso mills will give employment Aunt Bailie and may you regain your tho courage of its convictions m m s to 200 men Tecumseh diseasoof almost ovcry form nnd many pa a a rf r rxysZ wonted vigor nnd a perfect state of tients beyond recovery has caused a wide of two or Our citizens to tho number health is our sincero wish As all young peoplo should bo inand growing demand for tho littlo doctor as to tho deleterious effects of three hundred gathered on tho burnt Tumors abscesses scrofula cancer paral structed district hero on last Monday afternoon Our friend and fellow citizen Joseph and strong drink an anti tobacco at two oclock to witness tho exhibition ysis chronic and acute rheumatism and neu his little son tobacco P Rose accompanied by and strong drink league will bo formed made by the Cincinnati Tin nnd Jnpan ralgia many cases of femalo troubles some Dorsoy Cooper called at Tin Herald tho Academy which will disseminate Fire Extinguisher Co Tho test was cases of total and partial blind ess deaf office Saturday It was tho first time at personal supervision of information concerning the uso of such given under tho WcIIb president of the ness Ilrlghts disease kidney and bladder Mr Herman B our nnmesako has visited tho office and and which will uso overy honorablo comnnnv of Cincinnati and Mr W V ailments havo been cured in such a short as ho is n bright little fellow wo wero means to win thoso addicted to the uso Snyder tho local agent of Georgetown while as to border on tho miraculous Tho of courso glad to sco him and hope ho of such from it nnd to keep others from Ohio and was satisfactory in ovcry treatment is simple nnd effective Writo will como again nnd always provo as using it This league will havo regular respect clearly demonstrating tho Stem for terms of rental nnd sale and special rea pie Extinguisher to bo ono of tho best good a friend to The Herald as his times for its meetings nnd will havo methods yet doviscd or invented for tho sons why you should get ono this month papa has been also letters from well known people testi quito a literary and social feature belong controlling of lire ACADEMITE A structure of plno boards was built fying to its curative merit Mnstor Troy Fiorntt a bright littlo to it and after being thoroughly saturated DU HOIS WKDD follow of six summers in company with with coal oil a match was applied Tho O CiiUob Ioxlnuton ICy b09 Fourth Avenue Louisville Ky iiiMi W IK Smith his aunt is visiting tho family of II 4 farmer boya nnd others extinguisher was then turned on nnd tho norndon Although Troys fathor nnd is whero clerks Asl4JMIrrrlTUfcM timU MAUFJN nro put oui in noout ten mxuuus n I HtJdMUUM IHIltMM rim WITH BWU all his relatives aro Republicans tho hnvo invested 90 for tuition nnd hoard who witnessed tho test wero thoroughly H4i nana iuiwinm IHjWMwBmCutTMStU A nn education nnd nro getting 100 satisfied that the Stemplo will do all and MIwImUmi AmotJmu tfrftM Hmm JMH littlo fellow is a truo blue Domocrat for Tho head- to bo called nnd over a month now This is n respon more than is claimed for it S E Cor aud ho considers it an insult of tho company aro a Republican no will yet bo tho means sible college Special attention givon to ycamore and Canll Sts Cincinnati- - rn BHr tUM WU rmii fwnywnw rmr WHOLESALE DRY GOODS Read Winchester Ohio Herald J7VT1 niUM mm mttfini wwn T m of convertingtho family mark our pro securing situations for graduates ur Kin mmt JEt mt WAL Vrata But NOTIONS BOOTJ SHOXS ika HUtk KUnUr rUHrMi for circulars to Trof SiENCPit Cooper Hazel Green Ky iiti--KtmA Ur fra 7 fbUlM mA hmm tm his ad and writo J shaky now ftUu is a littlo diction II ATLlTTIIUaOKY r lfey mt vmruMwv nwi vw Agent for Wolfe and Morgan counties HMWi Ul TS W It Smith Lexington Ky Â¬ Levi Kash Gen P Watt Hardjn Democratic canJ II Sebastian didate for governor of Kentucky spoke here Thursday last and was the guest Kashs majority over night of Henry L Godscyand wife For Constable John Cox Misses Mattic Quicksall of this place John Ward It and Nannie Fields of Elder Morgan county paid a pleasant visit to our of- Â¬ Coxs majority fice on Monday where Miss Nannie ordered some printing Â¬ Wc were a little premature in publish Â¬ ing the picture of the next county judge Hobbs majority as it does not look like him in the least For Justice of the Peace Will have to order another cut B BCole Last Friday night Wm J Lawson had 12 his barn burned with all his hay oats 05 and about fifty bushels of corn The origin of the fiie is unknown but will 57 wc trust come to tho surface Mr Third Disk Lewis was stopping with Mr Lawson 129 and had his harness burned but his mule with that presence of mind for which they are so characteristic broke down S3 the door and come out after being con siderably scorched JO WJK H e Soagg M rs F N DAY -bMMriMlMMMMi OOID PxiacipaX rcy US e J 0 is just now in rocoipt of n full lino of Â¬ 149 45 104 Wingless LEE COUNTY Ilnenstlo FuhIHimIo 4 Â¬ Â¬ t Fall and Winter Hats Dress Goods Dress Trimmings Notions Etc Etc Trimmed Hats from A 9lc 100 up QUAKER CITTBAKING POWDER I notwH-ifl-fao-tlo- iHNfejyiilaicfcyxjjiii Jt in 1 Â¬ mimlh fm mil lit e m 621 W Main Street LOUISVILLE KY Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Solicits orders from merchants for Tinware Stoves Ranges Stovepipe Elbows Mantels Grates Hoi loware Cutlery c c Send for complete catalogue and price list ELECTROPOISE YriAl k 1 Â¬ RiPffA j 1 Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ 11 Â¬ If Â¬ Â¬ ig for the ft At Price Â¬ HB d h caepbntbe x ss yf v X -- Catlettsburg Chronicle iuiuuUi maM JXAt tMtommp UHIMBPIH yiT - zim iff VrmzriZmrf3qBKmnwitm WWWBWU Itfl V fc JPHSPePS BMRIHiSiIIBBl5Ky FARM NOTl ftMUfOM COOPER I tv to iw rj I 1 r Hero is an incident of tho Pcckskill Used for Filling and Extracting has proved em- Â¬ camp which shows that at least ono DANCING AND DANCES Alfalfa Without Pnm or Danger inently successful in tho dry districts bravo soldier boy was on duty there In hi Travels Jn Africa Gallini Among tho excursionists to tho camp of Australia declaros that the people of tho west Ducks fattened on celery possess an on tho Fourth was thc wife of a privrtc coast aVo exceedingly fond of dancing exquisite flavor similar to that of the in ono of tho separate companies Her Ho ono tried to tira them out but as famous canvas back of tho oplcuro husband was in thc guard detail for loW as ho could raiso his hand to his Dont cut tho now canes back too far tho day and had been posted as a B0 mt loiintney conunuoa to aanco anuuo sentry guarding a portion of tho camp bff thc top ltt cn0lfffh 26 WOS forced to UCSlSt 0 mimhnr of fruit bios- - where visitors aro not allowed Mnnin Okk of tho most famouscarly ballot Tho wifo after searching vainly for fl t Oaficera railo Mo toho boinff Tj0fa mlllc ls dyed cream eolor to him In his company street at art dis ruijiL u uy ijv She ran u popular fancy by mixing one tca- - covered him nt ills post jinjicmi tuiiuiuun -- 1 II 11 nnnnn t tl n nllf 4 urctmcu iicrscu in nur lmufib ruuun rum gladly to greet him but stopped in dis- Â¬ committed suicldo publicly by jumping may before alcvalcd bayonet Over Opera House LEXINGTON ICY J1 off a Solno bridge at noon in tho pros- Hultl Who h there nternly chal- Â¬ f o great cold storage do- COAO enco of thousands of people MPQfc for ctrRS It is calculated that lenged thc sentry HODGEN D D S u uqubcubu piaiua Why John dont you know me ncnrlyilalf a million cases are packed tho daughter of an Italian ballot awAy thoro ovcry year asked tho wifo in dismay 6TALL WORK GUARANTEED Tho master Sho was born in 1801 went on You caut come any nearer iianwwmwwwwOTwmiHiWW Haiti Corporal tho ntago in 1822 and continued her ap Â¬ wife moved a step DOWN BOILED pearances in public until 1817 when of tho guard post 7 ho shouted Nearly every human race have beeri shd retired Her greatest successes Tho corporal ran from tho gua d La Sylphidc and mound builders at some stago of their tent to find thc wife confronted by h r wero inLa Ilayadcro history La Fillcidu Danube sentinel husband All three wero frc u r ft jr1 JqIrinks ballet Mcphlstophola dis Â¬ Tins preparation of tho human lvnfr the same town and tho corporal kuevr Lot your first entry bo u resolution plays Faust tempted by a femalo for tho mnrket gives employment to the couple well Parisians not to buy until you litivo seen us for Sentry whnt is tho mattei Thats Mcphistopholes tvho exhibits to her beven thousand Is not a your wife ho said in astonishment Rkbeauch shows that there vlutlm tho most celebrated female 1 know it said John wih a wink danfiousoB of antiquity including Sa Â¬ particle of vegetation In tho eastern part of tho North sea It Is one great but 1 havent had my own way since lome daughter of Ilcrodias thc we were married and I thought 1 while David is also repreucnted as watery wpsto doing a pas soul before the ark Tin Dyak head hunting has a relig- Â¬ would have it now Oil Thc sentry was soon relieved from Tun ballet daotion is said to have ious origin The Dyalc believes that been revived from ancient models by ovory person he kills iu this world will duty and bought ice cream at thc res- Â¬ taurant to atone for his cruelty Yon tho famous Dnchcsso du Maine who bo hln slave in tho next You will run no ehnnco Thing screws wero made by kers Statesman woll known ploy had music took a In olden time c aro what thoy seem written for it and set thu characters hand and live minutes wero spent In yi Knil Thoro will bo no tlisanpoin tmont Not tbact it through from beginning to making one Now a machine rnttles Rulers have Soalwaysu Shot flattered v been in storo for you end without speaking a word It wn3 out sixty in a minute from Canutes time downward it be extremely populur aud so established ing it would seem an unwritten law CURIOUS FACTS a fashion that a monarchs weak points should MANAGER Ronins of moths aro covered with a 7ttisi unrecognized Napoleon III once l ACROSS THE SEAS becauso the insects require said in consoling a friend who chanced thick down 87 N Broadway LEXINGTON KY Tun manuscript of Tannhauscr has protection from tho dampness of thu to bo shooting with him for his poor marksmanship just been bold to a Lcipsie amateur for night You need not fret about it the em- Â¬ As it is Springtime of course everyone will want to clean 10000 murks S2r00 Tin new Atlantic cable carries fir0 Jn iho Marquesas group thc recent pounds of highest purity copper and peror by which he meant his uncle house and must have ubsoluto prohibition of tho sale of 100 pounds of gutta pcrcha insulation the great Napoleon I was even a worse shot than you aro the only timo opium luiB increased at once thc demand to the mile liquor clothing is cool becauso it re- Â¬ they put a gun in his hand he killed a A for Whiti Tun forest land owned by tho state flects the heat of the sun black cloth- Â¬ a poor hound and went away think- Â¬ iu In Germany 33 per cent of all forests ing Is warm because It absorbs both ing he had killed a stag In those days the stag wherever in Scandinavia lf to 20 in France 10 heat and light Rockers Pianos in Switzerland 4 and in Italy not 2 A cateiuILLAU In tho course of a brought to bay was left for the em- Â¬ Such as Bedroom Suits Cheap Bedstead peror to kill One day however tho Organs Bureaus Tables Mattress and everything that yon Tun Euglish postmnstor general has mouth will devour six thousand times just announced that private cards with its own weight in food It will take a emperor was not to be found aud tho can find in a first class Furniture House We have the lar- Â¬ a half penny stamp alllxed will bo man thrco months boforo ho cats an master of the stag hounds finished the accepted as postal cards within tho amount of food equal to his own animal with his knife Just then the gest line of Carpets in Eastern Kentucky and our Furniture emperor came in sight weight United Kingdom is the latest and at rock bottom prices Be sure to call and They hurriedly got the dead stag M SciiNiimn tho head of tho great ABOUT THE WOMEN on its legs propping it up with see us at MASONIC Crcusot foundries was married tho Rosa Ronhkuu was a dressmakers branches and so forth and handed other day in Varls Crcusot has grown in sixty years from a village of f00 in Â¬ apprentice when sho was a girl of fif- Â¬ the emperor thc carbine of honor as it is culled Tho emperor fired and habitants to a town of 30000 people teen years of course tho stag tumbled over but larger than Krupps town of Essen Mrs Julia J InviNE thc new presi Â¬ same time thcro was a llUHBlA propones to connect the Ilal dent of WollcBlcy college is a sister of at the from one of the hounds piteous whine which Â¬ tlc with tho lilaok sea according to re Ruflolo Rill had been shot through thc head cent report Tho rivers Dnieper and Miss RALroun sister of tho English The emperor wheeled round uncon- Â¬ Dwlna urq tobe joined by a canal sur Â¬ cqnsorvatlvc loader is now traveling in scious of WMEL veying has begun at both ends of tho Africa and at last advices was the saying to tho mischief he had done ono of his route and Cherson is spoken of as tho guest of Mr Cecil Rhodes at Capo After all I am not as bad a shot as harbor for tho canal on tho Illack sea Town they pretend Youths Companion NicwflPAiEKS in Russia wero forbid Â¬ Odettk Tyikh who was tohavo been den some timo ago to make any refer Â¬ Mrs Gould is in Richmond Va and W A McGuirc a well known citizen ence to tho dresses worn by tho em Â¬ will soon sail for Europe She Is writ- Â¬ press on state occasions This was ing a novel of Virginia life entitled of McKay Ohio is of the opinion that dono because one paper by mistake re Â¬ ND Ross the Virginian there is nothing as good for children ported her os wearing a dress which at troubled with colds or croup as ChambeTHE WHY OF IT that time was completely out of fash He lias used it Ion Snow is sometimes of a red color be- Â¬ rlains Cough Remedy cause of the presence of a minute vege in liis family for several years with the NICKNAMES OFTEN HEARD j table coll tho trotoccus nivalis which heat result and always keeps a bottle of becrets a red coloring matter I it iu thc house After having Ingrippc Hrnuy VIII wascailedlUuff old Hal feSd is A match ignites because of tho heat ho was from his rudeness and coarseness of himself troubled with a severe generated by friction Matches aro cough speech lie uned other remedies without Tajiks Hobwrii was nicknamed thc tipped with phosphorus and sulphcr benefit and then concluded to try the CHEAP Rear leader from his association with both highly inflammable substances A lMUMii lino by the side of a very childrens medicine and to his delight it Johnson eilcetcd a permanent cure 25 and Connrx is called tho Apostle of Free largo building Inclines a little from soon tho perpendicular becauso the weight Trade on uccount of his labors in that is Insurance may cover actual loss of goods burned but Controversy equalizes fools and wise attracted by tho mass of tho cditlec men in the same way direction it does not pay for timo and trade lost while re establishing Â¬ Flies can John Calvin was tho Iopo of tho cause their walk on tho celling be business PREVENT THE FIRE WITH A STEMPEL feet aro natural air Reformation from his influence among pumps DO NOT FAIL and form a vacuum so that the the reformers JGWSPENCER COOPER Hazel Green Ky agent for Wolfe and body Is supported by atmospheric pres Â¬ Louis Rouudaloui was called tho sure Morgan Counties CnH and soo tho Littlo Wonder Dcsmosthenos of Divinity from his TO READ THE Sha shells murmur because tho rare eloqueuce 1 vibrations of tho air not othcrwlso AiUBToiHANKS was tho Father of Com1 aro collected In tho edy becauso he was the flrst Greek observable shapo aro brought shell to a and by Its batirical writor focus Aiuosto was tho Walter Scott of A bioon In a glass filled with Italy becauso of hl3 skill in tho lino of water prevents tho breaking of hot DEALER IN tho historical romance Â¬ glass because tho motul readily ab John Srlpkv wa tho Walking Li- Â¬ sorbs a largo part of tho heat of tho brary becauso of tho amount and di- Â¬ water if versity of his knowledge Many springs aro intermittent OF OUR NEW SERIAL William IIoaAimi wrs dubbed tho probably becauso tho channels load- Â¬ And a Line of Implements Juvenal of Palntors from tho satiri- Â¬ ing from tho reservoirs to tho surface cal character of his works are crooked and constitute natural Mitchell Wagons Owcnsboro Wagons siphons FRUIT BUDS I hon rusts more rapidly when wet McCormick Binders and Mowers f want manur- Â¬ than when dry because It has or seems Whiteleys Solid Steel Binders and Mowers Doesnt your orchard to have a greater afllnlty for oxygon ing Repairs kept in stock for McCormick Whiteley and Is combined with Fon apples and pears autumn plant Â¬ when tho latter hydrogen Champion Machinery Granger and Tiger Hay Rakes ing is good onough A iiLACic grows under Avery and Malta Double Shovel Plows Alihnos or whlto spots among feathers of down birds at tho theÂ¬ ap many huckleberries and blackberries aro proach of winter becauso down Is tho i hardly raro enough to deservo much best non conductor and black thu fuss to bomado ovor them warmest color The complaints of the authoritiesÂ¬ By CAPTAIN GHARLESK1NG A Novr GcogrupliUiil Apparatus about zlno found In America dried ap Tho marina globo Is a now physical scorns to bo much ado about ples Instrument to produce currents similar nothing English walnut may bo a soml to sea currents It consists of a glass Thk tropical fruit and not ontiroly hardy Â¬ globo under tho intorlonwell of which If you know good stories of Rut it flourishes and bears woll in pro- are constructed tho massivo outlinesea tho MANTELS AND GRATES tected spots especially in tho suburbs continents and bottom hollows of Is when you see them tho of tho sea Tho as western Now basins of cities as far north formed of an interior sphero concon York and lower Canada above notice is unneces cut in pieces two feet tral with the ono of glass moving on a Corn stalks Tho Farmers Friend vertical axis and s worked by a gearing set around tho loni whole or split bottom with wil Â¬ Tho sea basins aro filled with water con- Â¬ sary however tied top and tre andbinder twino will stay on for taining particles of steorlno iu suspen Â¬ North Iaysvillo Street Mt Sterling TCv or low 07 J protect tho tree from sion which vender till its movomonts three years and mico and rabbitu visible Tho exterior of tho apparatus mm Mald borers does not differ much from n READ IT AND At least this is what onoofourm geographical globe and its that of is merit temporarle my that it tends directly to facilitate tho K33iMLjyo a BE ENTERTAINED Is oat milch cow in this country htudy of geography so far as the sea There currents are concerned MT to tvery four iakabitaati growing1 Havk as many ows as posslblo fresh Editor in the fall HAP HIS OWN WAY AT LAST Ilut It Required n Muslcot with lxori Bayonet Uvea Then rt -- ITAldKBD AIM w Best Set of Teeth 900 4 T 1 Vitalized Air Administered Teeth Extracted Â¬ KsiEllk1 tw YA R II ltil Begin cents cents f 1 Iftfftan Manager xauwmo m M Sf Carpets Curtains Rugs it Cloths Mattings Â¬ IWfljpr HUGH HICKS New Carpet or Matting Window Shades or House Furnishing Goods 9 TEMPLE WT mmwwm i Mt Sterling Ky BUT aides-de-cam- p Bllljf oluliUul ire EiDiite 1IBE Â¬ SAVE YOUR HOUSE i i i 1 SIMPLE RELIABLE HANDY c s i t i OPENING mSdCt CHAPTERS JxEJc m MmJSJUJLi HARDWARE Full QUEENSWARE Agricultural TINWARE ERGEflNT CROESUS The Best and Cheapest Cook Stoves and Ranges on the Market Queensware at Cut Throat Prices TRIMBLE BROTHERS STERLING KY irajraiwiM JR v rTfTETT iw JL WTHt w -- it lLiawigWyVPy VffVI M jtll -- T MfjPWiPT iff Wlwij 59E fv -- U 8 u M FERRETING Hew tk UttM Aklla Art Hutfei Whera Thny Are Made te Work In England fcrrots are more for work than as pots and are used for making rabbits boll from tholr burrows To ttd this scarcoly any trafolng- Is neces- Â¬ sary tho thrco younfc ferrets vrhloh we used tho other day worked as well as their moro experienced parents There aro vnrlous reasons why white ferrets aro to bo preferred as ogposed to tho brown polecat variotv Tlmv usually moro docllo and pleasant to JiaKdlc A brown ferret la apt to be nipped up by ft sharp dog in mistake for a rat er rabbit while a white ono is always apparerit even when moving among the densest herbage This spoclally applies J night time ind Lence poachers Invariably uso white forrcts Gamekeepers who know their business prefer ferrets taken from poachers to any others Tho poacher carofnlly selects his ferrets and from tu6 nature of his trade he cannot afford to work bad ones Some ferrets cause rabbits to bolt rapidly whilo others aro slow Sometimes a ferret will drlvo a rab- Â¬ bit to the end of n blind burrow and after killing It will not return until it has gorged itself with blood and more trouble is added if the ferret curln itself up for an after dinner sleep Then of course it has either to bo left or dug out if the former it is well to bar every exit and return with a dead rabbit when hunger has succeeded tho gorged sleep Ferreting is mostly practiced in winter and it is to guard against such occasions as these that working ferrets arc generally muzzled A cruel practice used to obtain of stitching together tho lips of the fer Â¬ rets to prevent their worrying rabbits and then laying up But the most humane method of muzzling is with u soft string a muzzle constructed of which muy bo quite effective and at tho same time not uncomfortable to wear Care must bo taken not to hurt the fer- Â¬ ret as if the string annoys him ho will endeavor to do nothing but got it off Occasionally ferrets are worked with a lino attached but this is an objection Â¬ able practice There may bo a root or stick in which the line may get en Â¬ tangled when there will bo digging and no end of trouble In getting at it - FERRET AND YOUNQ BUT A WISE OBSERVER Wait a Uttle Freach Girl few at mtiM J jrj elbow whilo I wrote She was leaning on tho window rill ono llttlo hand sup-Â¬ porting her black head says a writer in tho Now York Advertiser Far across tho lawn she could hoar tho rise and fall of music and tho sound of laughter and of tripping feot Red and pink lanterns swung from the balconies in the night breeze I was very lonely It wasnt complimentary to the llttlo French girl but tho little French girl did not care for dancing and I did Suddenly sho garo a little laugh Why oro ydu giggling I asked rather crossly Because the world amuses m she murmured A very good reason to be suro But when the world amused mo I nover laughed Fatlnotto Is more than clever for ten years and moro bizarre In her notions than clever so I asked Why does It arauso you Well par example Is it not bete to dance to danco always ono way round and round with no aim to got nowhere only to go round to twirl Yes very stupid And Is it not bcto to stay up till twelve when ones bed Is ready at eight and ones eyes sleepy And is it not stupid to wear a dccollcto gown and long gloves when ones arms arc prettier than ones neck The world mamuso And sho laughed softly to herself and I could not help thinking what she said was true and I no longer envied tho merry makers but thought anyone would envy me my solitude a deux and my intellectual companion The Some moods need only a straw to bal Â¬ ance them j tt AfUMtTIetts Tho little FTonoh girf stood at ff NEW STORY evtar FROM THE PEN OF BEST pmfir JlfC01JIJEfi tns iVj3j r H J 4tfV MSd rPr A - J Q IN A Pleastnir and Rnfrenhlnjr to the Taste CURSS Constipation Aot n th Uv Blood Dispels Colds and Fevers Beautlrie HV8t8m lrt TH Healthy WOFRLlE OondlWen Kldny CURES -- 1 AA nicely of Mturatc4 lktjrfa tlaceU Stefjr Ilawli Ta Prlc JSc Aak yor er LtNceut Ta Ce Fort Was trU the Complexion anil mold mr all OmMevsr Book rlrtu tt arery yurrliMtf f Pyrfl Htfh4 tH V THE HERALD rx only 1 a year and it ia acknowledged te ba tke beat paper published ia Kentucky Subaerlfae bsw sad aectirs Ml the good things It will contain this year la Wt Capt Chas King Our rondors will bo plons od ttaT v SB v JAY-EYE-S-EE anal7 Y W ft Mf sialaSr i 4 Z i rrTfll w BBB w tasBSBSBSBSBSB- niav- - Mr J I Cxiir Hickory Grove lnrm of JyKye 8clUtltio Vit uy After tryl evwry known rcinch 1 icmuvcd a liirre Unnd a year old tUly tvfoyeur Lamliufr from a of with tbreo applications of i 3 with our next story Tho niuiio of tho author alone is guarantoo of that Fid ilTOWBrAIK A MARK Itlathobentnrcparntlonllmveevoruneclorhcnnl or l noaruiy rticouwnonu it 10 nil uonemen We have hundreds of such tctllmonial PitceSlSOpti buitlo Aatcyourdrugtftstforlt If ho dot not kciiltuiiiKlUMijcBtHiuixiorsllvortorlrlulftojCO Whitehall N Y W U EDDY - QKS FITMENT DAY t Story is Entitled J TAYLOR Largest Stock kJmT TWO SIDES TO THE QUESTION In Fitting Spcctndo Hows to tlio Kara IJotli Must 1 Considered SEEDS SOWN WITH ARTILLERY How Gunpowdnr Ilolpud to Plant Trees on Ilocky Crap painter was a man fruitful in expedi ents To his mind tho fact that a thing could not bo done in the ordinary manner was no reason why it should be given up II is son relates the fol lowing interesting example of his ingenuity The duke of Athol consulted him as to some improvements which he de Â¬ sired to make in his woodland scenery near Dunkeld Among other things a certain rocky crag needed to be plantÂ¬ ed with trees to relievo tho grim bar renness of its appearance The ques- Â¬ tion was how to do it as it was impos- Â¬ sible lor any man to climb the crag In order to set seeds or plants in the clefts of tho rock A happy idea struck my father Hav- Â¬ ing observed in front of tho castle a pair of small cannon used for firing salutes on greatclays it occurred to him to turn them to account A tinsmith in the village was ordered to make a num Â¬ ber of canisters with covers The can Â¬ isters were filled with all sorts of suit- Â¬ able tree seeds The cannon was load- Â¬ ed and the canisters were fired up against the high face of the rock Thev burst and scattered the seeds in r nu directions some years aiicrwami when my father revisited tho place he was delighted to find that his scheme of planting by artillery had proved successful the trees were flourishing in all tho recesses of tho cliffs Alexander Nasmyth the landscape Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ spread to bring the glasses into the proper position and having had them fitted with glasses made in accordance with tho oculists proscription the op Â¬ tician now proceeds to fit tho com Â¬ pleted spectacles to your head sajstho Now York Sun You might put them right on and wear them off just as t they are Hut no he reaches over and places the bows over your cars himself Then he tries the spectacles gently as they rest upon your nose taking hold at the outer ends of tho frame where the bows hinge Not just right lie takes them off agan and smooths the bows out between the tips of his fingers and changes their shape a little and tries them again Better but not just right yet He takes them again and smooths out and bends in a llttlo more You observe as he hands them to you as he does this time that the bows have not only been changed somewhat in shape but now they vary in sweep and curve You put them on and find that they fit perfectly and very He touches them and comfortably finds them right and says so Hut tho bows are not alike you say No says tho optician but they are now made to fit Your ears are not just alike One of them is a little bigger than the other and they are not placed exactly alike on tho head What you say and he says Yes There are very few of us that ore per- Â¬ fect or just alike on both sides Hurstlng tho ling Ono form of nmuscmenttthnt chil- Â¬ a nose piece of the right height and Having selected pair of frames with Sm j en nt Croesus And ia written in Captain Kingte happiest vein- Dealer in General Merchandise on a Cash Basis Lowest Prices VBXXBBL 165 167 Race Street CINCINNATI 0 liouso for FANCY DRY GOODS GOODS and NOTIONS to Mail Ordors UTTho loading FURNISHING Alwarys havo Big Drives Special attention jBBwane 5 Read It Have Your Wife ASSETS OVER 26000000 LOSSES PAID 27500000 Read It Address A HOFFMAN Mt Sterling Ky Let the Children ENEMIES THREE BanK Winchester Read It Too Work it WINCHESTER KY N FIRE LIFE The Safest Best and MOST 11ELIABLE Agency Wf in Eastern Kentucky Hates Reasonable LgMs ACCIDENT 1 1 I dren have now that they didnt use to havo when I was a boy said Mr A Bozzle is the fun of busting the bag Nowadays many tilings come from the grocer and elsewhere in paper bags and lot me bust the bag is a familiar Tho youngster household request tho empty bag and with his thumb takes and forefinger around tho open end of WAYS OF THE POMPANO it he forms a neck with nn opening Ho Is n Frisky Jumper ns Well aa Deli- Â¬ through which he may inilate it Then with a sudden whack he brings tho cious Food Fish bag down upon tho other hand and One of tho most delicious food fishes loud it with a report of the semi tropics is tho pompano In explodesdetermined bv thewhoso of the size niK is size and shape he is not unlike the of its inflation the flounder of the northern estuaries but bag the fullness of tho grip around its unlike the flounder he swims edge Â¬ tightness of the blow wise instead of flat on his belly In closed neck andtho force ought to be Â¬ The modern small boy color his scales are gray white graycontinuous domestic ish blue and golden yellow and when grateful for this one of many priv- Â¬ of July he leaps from tho water as ho fre- Â¬ Fourth ho enjoys that were quite quently does the glinting of tho gold- Â¬Â¬ ileges thatto his fathers unknown en scales in the sunlight forms a beautiful sight A traveler just returned Still on tho Trent from Lake Worth on the lower oast The queen glaucod haughtily about coast of Florida writes to the New York Herald As we approached tho her What ho sho cried where tar mouth of tho canal the fish appeared ricth my lord to bo more numerous and they made answered the Your highness long jumps into the air all about us chamberlain bowing low his majes Â¬ They were chiefly mullet and pom- Â¬ ty is in the throne room treating with pano and once I counted fivo in tho air tho foreign ambassadors at tho same time Tho royal consort sneered Before so reached tho dredge boat sho said Treating forsooth six miles from the foot of tho lake we wearily and after all tho money it had four pompano all of which had cost him to take tho gold cure To- Â¬ jumped from tho water and landed ac- Â¬ ledo Blade cidentally in tho bottom of our boat Ono of them struck our boatman Hen Henry Wilson postmaster at Welsh ton Able in the breast and tho blow was says ho cured a ciueof diarrhcua of suillclent forco to nearly wind him Florida standing in six months with one long for a minute Since Ice factories have of Jliamberlains Colic Cholboon nttnlilislinil nloilfr tho Indian small bottleof What a Dinrrlieen Remedy river and on Luke Worth pompano aro era and surprise that must havo been to shipped to tho northern markets in pleasant suflurcr Such cures are not unusual largo quantities They run tnrougn the iito rnmoflv Tn ninnv instances out tho year but make tho best eating only ono or two doses arc required torivo 1 during tho winter months fa n reduced with lfi I A permanent renini Tl nnii it tiro joww You cnu roliove that heaUacho you icnded upon When For salo by water John havo by buying n box of Megnmine at t is pleasant to take k Â¬ II WITIIERSPOON rrcslilcnt H D HUNTEIt Cashier WILL BEGIN SOON Paid up Capital 20000000 Surplus 6000000 This Dnnk solicits the accounts of mer chants fanners traders and business men generally throughout Eastern Kentucky and olfers its customers every facility nna the most liberal terms within tho limits of octl8ly legitimate banking Â¬ Tlicro arc with which tho wenk pcraon generally litis to contend regularly consumes his strength but often pays for what takes WouiiY lights tho candle at tho other end and never pays nt all Diskasi tics his hands and deprives him oi power of resistance Who can number the thousands OVERCOME BY this mighty trio For years wo havo fought these consumers of lifo with lifos own weapon tho air wo breathe mado Htronger for tho combat by tho aid and skill of modern science Our CHir Sin CleuG liu Capital FLOYD DAY CLAY CITY KY nai J F Bal 50000 COX COMPOUND OXYGEN restores strength quiets tho nerves and expels diseases Proof that will convinco all who reason is oflercd frco to all who sudor Send us your address glo aim ia to ploaso our patrons no mattor what tho cost Tho monoy wo pay for thoso storios President Cushicr WILL BEAR US OUT No Hank in Eastern Kentucky has better vaults nor bettor facilities for keeping your account Managed entirely by home pcoplo who know you anil wlio are always ready to accouunodute you rMoncy to loan on rcasonnblo rates Call on us PALEN DRS STARKEY 1529 Arch St Philadelphia Pa 120 Sutter St San Francisco Cal mmmwoommm 11W iMftftfttaMafeeAal iar k GOLfn to National Bank MAIN STREET WINCHESTER KY Subscribe Today And got tho oponing chap tors of our groat story JOHN W IJKAN President 1 Opera Houso Block 100000 STORE LEXINGTON KY r I 4 P CURTIS Cashier Surplus Capital 9200000 Undivided Profits 935000 Organized 1865 being tho oldest bank In the county Collections made on all points and your busiuefcH solicited A new and carofully solect cd Stock of tho H ij HB t - MAUPIN a 1 1 I D H CARPENTER 0 OATLETTSBUROKY vrmi w LATEST STYLESl defy compe- Â¬ 4 Tun Herald 00 offlco antee cents and is sold on cost It willonlyguar ft M Rose WHOLESALE DRY GOODS NOTIONS BOOTS SHOES 16fey and at prices that tition JWComo and ace u Respectfully Mrs MAGGIE Tn vr- posltlvo Â¬ Now ia the timo to subscribe I I0VAIDH M v VI - rjmm TJh V1 V A - Sf - - if jry r T- - wfw v mvp y y - y t jm iV Jfii V-i a V A M - kVl vt 1 1 t COHaRCMMA GUMMING EUROPEANfcCHOES M StH M TklHjf UiegMtttttlsoifie 31 k - IL Hlritjr T One morultig some months ago Demo Cratic Congressman Gummlngfl who is a candidate for reelection tvjw disturbed a ring bR the bell ttf bia hall door in OharltOR Street He went to tho door himself and foiind there a bright into 11gept loqklpg Jfebcw boy about 17 tyearaof age uWimt do you wnntM nskod Mr v Cummlngs HI would like to go to West Point yitot honor Baid tho boy 1 am afrnld you couldnt pass tho examination said tho congressman Oh Im quite surd f can said th6 -- ooyr e 5 hWdo you livo InAvcnuo IV j i A Why dont you bring your father ytvith you Becauso ho hnnnt timo to quit his iwork What docs ho do Hes a tailor hir Do you expect mo to appoint you I I dont know air You bco Im a Ik i M w ft 4 said Mr Gumming hotly feat whatdiflbronco docs that mnko aro wood In You bco sir tho Jews aro kind of minesUpper Tonkin therereport of a according to tho looked down on said tho boy Frcncli consul The wood which was Up to this moment Mr Cummings originally a pine forest was swallowed bad had no idea of granting tho boys up by tho earth which covers it to a Some of tho request but his sympathy for tho under depth of eight yards trees arc a yard in diameter tho wood dog began to swell up Ho questioned is imperishable and is sold to tho tho boy further and finally said Chinese for cofllns Go to tho principal of your grammar FINANCE AND INDUSTRY achoo and bring mo a letter from him The Denver Slonx City Lalco Supe- Â¬ saying that you will bo able to pass tho rior Chicago Railroad company has entranco examination at West Point filed articles to bu ild a railroad from Then go to Dr II and get him to give Denver through to Minneapolis St you n certificate of your physical condi- Paul Duluth Winnipeg Galena and tion Whon you havo dono thoso thinps Chicago 111 It Is tho opinion of tho New York como back to me But dont tell a bouI Journal of Commerce after a eareful Tho boys teacher gave him a good investigation that coal gas in tho character both for conduct and profi larger eastern cities can be made at a cioncy In his studies Tho doctor ccrti- - profit with a price to consumers at 7r fled that ho was as sound as a boll from cents a thousand feet Tub Tehuantopco railway Mexico top to toe and tho congressman prompt will be opened soon The lino crosses ly gavo him tho coveted nomination Spoaking of tho matter afterward Mr tho isthmus almost north and south through tho states of Vera Cruz I suppose that West Oaxaca is about 170 miles long and Cummings said and Point has never beforo had a cadet ap tho first transcontinental line built in pointed without personal political or Mexico Thk coal output of Missouri has in Â¬ family inlluonco of somo kind being in- Â¬ creased 40 per cent in tho last flvo voked Hut when I was a boy just years In 1803 it about his si 70 I was mad to go to tho tons an increase ofamounted to 3100442 173 157 tons over 1802 army I lived near Newark at that although tho number of mines in oper- Â¬ lime and I got several strong letters ation in 1892 was 51 less than in the commending mo to tho local congress- preceding year CoN8uiA reports show that the con- Â¬ man among others ono from Thcodoro sumption of Egyptian cotton hy tho Frolinghuysen tho Whig candidato for New England mills has grown from vico president on tho Henry Clay ticket nothing ten years ago to moro than of 18 H Tho congressman gavo mo a 40000 lni ge bales corresponding in conditional promise that ho would ap weight to 00000 Amoncau bales nnd point me and I worked hard at my approximately valued at 53000000 books for Bovcral months preparing my WORTH A PERUSAL solf for tho entranco examination When A cotton shower looking exactly tho final day camo tho congressman ap liko a snowstorm is a common sight in pointed his own son Ever slnco then I tho cottonwood groves in Colorado have felt that I would liko to glvo some An autograph letter of Gen Wash Â¬ boy tho chanco that I had missed The ington to Col Hamilton brought forty boy Ib now In tho Collego of tho City of two dollars recently ata sale in London In tho ilrst half of 1801 tho produc Â¬ New York preparing for his entranco tion of pig iron was 150300 gross tons examination next June and I under Â¬ greater than for a similar period of stand ho is doing very well and likely to 1S03 mnko a good soldier Now York cor A smaii horso power engine which is said to mako forty two cigarottes a Cincinnati Enquirer minute is tho invention of a French Â¬ llownro ofj Olntmuut for Cnturrh That man Contain Mercury Oni niutON of timber per year Aa mercury will surely destroy tho sense is being cut in feet Toxas At that rate it of smoll and completely dcrango the will take but fifteen years to exhuust wholo system when entering it through tho supply Such articles Louis XIV had moro than ono hun Â¬ tho mucous Burfaces should nover bo usod except on prescrip dred nicknames of every degroo of re Â¬ spect contempt from tho Sun of tlons from reputablo physicians aa tho Clod toand Louis llaboon damago thoy will do is ten fold to tho A xiOOBT of tin weighing fifty four good you can possibly derivo from them hundred pounds has been found in Tas Â¬ Halls Catarrh Curo manufactured by F mania Tho assay shows bixty soven J Cheney Co Toledo Ohio contains per cent of metallic tin no mercury and Is taken Internally act- POINTERS FOR US ALL ing directly upon tho blood and mucous XrVKit did any harm eh Well surfaces of tho system In buying Halls Catarrh Curo bo suro you get tho gen neither did a rotton egg nine It is taken internally and made Tun plow would not go deop if tho Co team had anything to say about in Toledo Ohio by P J Cheney it Teatimonlala free Sold by druggists Lovk nover turns back becauso it Prlco 70c per bottle sees a mountain or hears a lion roar Tin niau who is constantly thinking Among flowers chrysanthomums live ovil llnda a thousand ways to speak It tho longest after being cut Noiiody over mado lifo any brighter in tho sldo or chest thoro is for another by growling and grum Â¬ For a palu nothing so good as a piece of flannel dam bling pened with Chamberlains Pain Balm and Iv you would sleep well at night bo ound over tho seat of tho pain It af wido awako whon a stranger seeks fords prompt and permanent relief and your coulldoneo if used in timo will often prevent a cold Wiikn you go to war with a snake rom resulting in pneumonia Thissamo tho battle ought to bo with tho end treatment is a suro curo for lamo back where tho head is For salo by John M Hose Tin sun will keep right on shining no matter how much wo may talk Whon a strong brain is weighed with about its black spots truo heart it scorns lUo balancing n It ia right for charity to begin at homo but alio has not dono her duty hubblo against a wedgo of gold until sho has gone all over tho world Havoner jowolor 1ms locat- - Rams llorm J M od in Hnzol Groon and will bo It has been proved beyond reason Â¬ fdund ufc tho etoro of John M Roso able doubt that diphtheria scarlatina typhoid Bring your wutchos and fino jowol through fever and cholera havosproad ry to him for ropnirs Ho ia a AttiijA milk called tho Scourge at was Lflrat olass workman and guaran Â¬ God from an expression of his own tees his work at tho most reason Â¬ Where my horso has trodden no grasa will ever grow able pricw Well Â¬ Â¬ i Hebrew tho presldont of tbo Fronch republic was learning to ridd tbo bicycle Ho has had no timo to give to it of late but Mmc Cosimir Pcrior and her chlldrcnnrogood riders It socm8llUoly that tho Eiffel Tower wjll bo taken dowa Tho committco In charge of tho cumpctlpn for the buildings for tho Faria exposition of 1000 baa just agreed that tho archltccta may discard tho tower in their de Â¬ signs i Or 820000 children within tho school ngo in London between 150000 nnd 500000 aro cdupated in schools con- Â¬ trolled by tho Uohdon school board They aro taught by feoft teacher ofao teacher to more than sixty pupils at a cost for Instruction of 813 a year per child Hallelujah lassos in Paris havo lntcly mado a sensation by appearing 6n tho boulevards In a new stylo of Instead of tho scuttle headgear they wear round shaped whito Htraw hata with slightly upÂ¬ turned brims exposing their profiles and back hair Two Russians MM Mcnkhoudjinoff recently arrived at and Oulanofi Shanghai after a journey of two years and nine months through Thibet in the courso of which they visited Lhassa and had an interview with tho Dnlai Lama It is the first timo slnco 1811 that Europeans have acconiplislwd this klss-mc-nots Just before ks election J A TAUXxBEB M S Physioian and Surgeon LOOKHART THE BUSINESS WORLD IN MINIATURE f i i HAZEL GREEN KY 8Surgery and obstetrics a specialty TJR J F IrB setj UYRD W v flZEL KV AFLUtD Camptbn Ky ATTORNEY-AT-LA- Biiniing Pain Eryslpfelas In Faoe arid Eyes Inflammation Subdued and tures Endod by Hoods I Tor- Â¬ Abstracts of title famished collec tions made and prompt returns cunranteed Connected with the law firm of Wood Day Mt Sterling Ky In civil practice T C JOHNSON Cumpton J Hazel Green II RWANOO I am so glad to bo relieved of my tortures ATTORNEYS-AT-LAthat I am willing to tell tho benefits I hnvo derived from Hoods Sarsaparllln In April and Hay I was afflicted with erysipelas In My faco Will practice in the Wolfe county and cir Collections promptly made and eyes which spread to my throat nml ueck cuit courts nnd nbstracts of title furnished on short thcro was no permanent nbatcment of tho mm- - notice inK loriurniK pain peculiar 10 ims coiHywast I began to talco Hoods Sarsaparllla and HOWARD STAMPER W JQflNSON SWANGQ Â¬ Folt Marked Rollef I had finished tho first bottlo tinued to lmprovo until when I had taken four beforo X jnL Attokney-at-La- w connected with the State A M College con-Â¬ CAMPTON KY Will practice in the courts of Wolfe nnd the adjoining counties All business entrusted to our care will receive prompt attention THE HOODS Leipn School business XBa Sarsaparilla COMBS 1IOUSE CAMPTON KY bottles I was completely cured and felt that all that illro comÂ¬ CURES WITH J B HOLLON Proprietor BGTTUE PRACTICAL Mas E plaint had forever vanished Ottawa Hlllsboro Wisconsin Hoods Pills aro prompt and efficient yet easylnaoUou Bold by all druggists 23c signs marks and symptoms of The piitronngo of the traveling public is respectfully solicited Tabic the best nnd every attention to the comfort of guests South U D MOORE BEN WILLIAMSON CATLETTSBURG G0f Hardware Cutlery KY c ENDORSED by the highest County nnd State ofliciuls bvthe leading business and professional men of the country and by hundreds of pupils who arc succefcslul in T JAMES HOTEL business Fourth Street near Main A REVELATION is mode to the pupil in Book keening Banking Shorthand Type CINCINNATI O writing Telegraphy Penmanship Commer- Â¬ JGKO WKHKltS SONS Mnnngers Kr cial Law Arithmetic Grammar Spelling and Business Correspondence as taught by OUK NEW AND 1NTEKKSTINO PQ Thc pntronage of Wolfe nnd Morgan plan of ACTÂ¬ counties solicited UAL BUSINESS PRACTICE Used only in OUR COLLEGE belore which the old theo- Â¬ Â¬ OTEL LELAND Lexington Ky retical copyrighted text book copying sys- S -- WKH g415 JrfSiiiilt Sole agency for South Bend Plows POSITIONS for its pupils arc made a specialty in this school which promises to New Building Gas and Electric Light the Commercial World the highest type of Electric Elevator Heated throughout with efficient business men and women GUARANTEED to be as represented or B Itates 200 a Day Neni monev refunded Hot Wuter business center and depot Conic and sec BEVARE of schools which do not do this Suud for beautiful illustrated Catalogue me Kespcctfully SR BROOKS S H tem MlST go It lUtOOKS Proprietor free VICTOR B0GSGRT J6W6IB r Bost to bo had for tho money HeGtunM 17 addres C C CALHOUN 10G For full particulars call at the college or Principal 11G 108 110 112 114 E Main St E Short Street LEXINGTON KY LEXINGTON KY ESTCost to complete any prescribed course VERY reasonable Â¬ Guaranteed Diamonds Watches and Jewelry Reliablo Goods Fair Dealing and HAZEL GREEN KY Bottom Prices All Goods and Work Is the only firm in the town which han dles the jtifctly celebrated John lrom 1UI Rose Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Biiii ANM A 1 LOUIS STIX WHOIKSAIK DKAIKRS IN CO Dry Goods Third Ilnoe und Union Sts CINCINNATI O We carry the goods that will suit Your trade and our prices are THE LOWES Special attention given to nail orders Shoes C P Tracy Co wholesale house of Boots the and PORTSMOUTH E5J When von want llin give him a call OHIO 71 EST Vinfvmnr NOTIONS Etc nu4lv DoYouWearPaats IF SO MXKR GRADE AT 3500 AND UP Fred 185 DINGFELDER WITH WEAR ONLY J ni J Heintz KY workmen in our watch BEST IN QUALITY fit UWWUlWWil GOODS Mm - Nnrinn Importers nnd Jobbers of lUilVlUUl NOTIONS Mn THE LION BRAND MANUFACTURED KENTUCKY BY CO MANUFACTURING JEWELER E Main St Custom Ilonse Square LEXINGTON repairing department IOST IN QUANTITY DRY AND JEANS CLOTHING Nos 537 C39 nnd 641s LOUISVILLE KY r West Main Street LOUISVILLE KY TEvory pair warranted aCompetcnt JL- PREWITT WITH W Co W FYV1E VARNER CO IlEPUKSIiNTINO WORMS vermifuge 20 WHITES CREAM FOR 11 Caner Diy Goods Successors to Carter Bros Co SANFORD wholesale dealers in Importers and Jobbers of ym J7i XaOVHINC 121 ami 123 Second 9 O SV Has lod all WORM Romodlos BOTTLE V YEARS AND NOTIONS LOUISVILLE KY most respectfully solicited JUDGi AMOS DAVIsl IIHEUTY WEST WITH Street PORTSMOUTH IU The trade of Eastern Kentucky is respectfully solicited mot Â¬ EVERY GUARANTEED1 BT Patronage of the mountain merchants is SOLI Â¬ RtrHARDSOXIIKUHIMCO AII DRUGGISTS PrfprtJ br I0fl8 POSITIONS GUARANTEED ICY uidcr reasonable conditions i MM CASNOWCO OapesHt Pattnt Offiee Our FREE 9G paRo catalogue will explain why vo can afford It Bettman Bros MANUFACTURERS 00 Wunt Vvnrl Stroot -C- Co Diaugbons Practical Business Colloge NASHVILLE TENN C Write for catalogue kMPlSi Shorthand Penmanship nnd Tele- Wo spend moro money in tliu Interest of graphy LOTHING J9 oiirhinpIoymentDepartinent Caveats and Trade Marks obtained and all Pat cnt bimlnosa conducted for Moderate Tees Our Offlca Is Opposite U S Patent Office and we can eceuro patent In loss time than those rcmoto from Washington Send model draw Iuk or photo with descrip tion We advto If patentable or not freo of charge Our foo not duo till patent Is tecured A Pamphlet Haw to Obtain Patents with names of actual clients In your State county or town sent free Address Wfthlitf ton C CINCINNATI The trade of Eastern Kentucky merchants Is respectfully solicited CHARLES UHL WITH toaccrs 60O students rast ycftrnil acatlon enter nnv timo UoAiib Wo haftf recently prepared books Chbi especially ndi iited W Sent on CO hJkfosakonnautn equalweeks by onr method teachliiR book keeping is 4 to weeks by thft 1 than half tho Uusinos 2 dis trial Writous nnd T i fLr REED PEEBLES WHOLESALE Co clorUs etc reported to uc iroidtfil wj ullsamo Dry Goods rOUTSMOUTII TWO SECRETS ft Notions O i D w Inst nnd Must Rock without rook lump jiiir sent for 25o Addrvu Z T LEWIS A uney Ky for these valuable receipts fs fc--