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V Hazel Green Established March 4 1885 and Mndo Famous in tho jColobratcd Story of Of a NmIuj- - r V1 -- H H An fix - jLLJbjJKAJuJJ Jonathan and His Continont - by Mux ORoll 100 SPENCER COOPER Owner and Editor World With News From All Nation IuinVrlnf- at IIIh llnvk a YEAR Always In Ativan c TENTH YEAH HAZEL GREEN WOLFE COUNTY KY THURSDAY NOVEMBER 15 1894 NUMBERS VFB IW II A FEETTY BAB A CHANGE COMES OER New York North Carolina North Dakota THE SCENE AND BOTH HOUSES OF Ohio Oklahoma LEGISLATURE CHANGE HANDS 158422 HX BUT JMK Mt FOR MONTHLY CROP REPORT- JB- - 18961 V U A A t Coniiultwlonar MoPowcIIb lUinort for tho Month of Novoinhrr 1335110 1 Tho drouth that has prevailed in this To r000 state for mouths past has been broken in Pennsylvania 233378 The sowing of a very fow counties Island 0000 Table Showing thu Ki Milt or tho llucent Rhode Dakota 5 Miles South 18000 wheat has been very much retarded in lolltlrnl LuuilKlldo la tho DllTor- Tennessee 10000 many localities and somo correspondents cnt Stilton of tho Union Utah Territory 0000 report will not be able on account of 15000 tho drouth to sow more than one half 10000 WE MET THE ENEMY AND THEY GOT US West Virginia All ground oxcept corn ground crop 20000 Wicondn Wyoming 2010 had become so very hard that it could Relow wo give tho oillcinl vote of the democratic not bo plowed Whero thero has been different States Alabama 30000 rain tho crops look well came up well DEM kii ror STATIC and is making good growth but many 0000 California 8 Alubanui counties roport that it looks small and 15000 Florida 0 Arkansas BtfJfySit 30 000 tender From somo sections where it 1 G Georgia California tilMW 0000 Kentucky Colorado was sown early fears are had that it 25000 Tin Em run of Tin IIekald Takes has sprouted and perished for want of IiuiHinnn 4 Connecticut Maryland 10000 1 Delaware AN OUTINO moisture which is hoped is not true for 24000 - I Mississippi Florida it is too lute to re sow I have sent out 12000 1 1 South Carolina Georgia NO OCCASION FOR DESPAIR 1 00000 Txn from this ollieo this fall three kinds of Idaho 30000 Tho Domnt rntio lurty win ilv Ajinin wheat viz Oregon Red Russian and Virginia 17 Illinois 11 2 Indiana roruusT Thero is no occasion for Democrats to Rod Clausen three very excellent varie 2500 Nebraska 11 Iowa be disconcerted no matter what the ro tics grown in Ohio by Judge Vanmetcr 1 8 silvekites iVtlll 3119 850 suits of the late elections may have been u very largo farmer who raises all tho Nevada 0 5 Kentucky 3 3 Louisiana Thero are advantages even in defeat best varieties that ho can find I have JOE KENDALL WINS 4 Maine While a party is prosperous many men bought wheat from him for the past three 3 3 Maryland Tho Olllclal Count Given Him u Majority gather under its banners who are not j years and my correspondents write mo 13 Of 101 Ivor Mr Hopkins Massachusetts them- - very Haltering reports from all tho differ 12 Michigan The official returns from all the coun- sincere in its support They ally 1 spoils ent varieties I havo received a number Minnesota ties of the Tenth district show that Joe selves with it for the take of the Mississippi suflers defeat these of very lino samples from our state but When it M Kendall is elected to congress by 104 of victory t Missouri holiday soldiers seek other alliances think it best to buy from another state majority The following arc the official i Montana A political party is stronger without believing that a change from one state i Nebraska majorities Quito a number Nevada Hopkins such mercenaries than with them They to another is beneficial Kendall Coiinliux 2 New Hampshire flock to the standard of the enemy and of parties have written asking tho name 327 Nreathitt 7 New Jersey Will answer 85 in turn prove a hourco of weakness to it of the wheat sent them Clark 7 27 New York 361 Elliott One of tho results of the late election that it was one of tho thrco names men 3 0 North Carolina 213 will bo to purge the party of its dross ttrtlll 1 tioned above Tho bags wero all tagged North Dakota ISC Floyd 19 in it will stay because but were lost in shipping The thrco vn Those who remain Ohio 811 Johnson Orccon fr they are honest in their belief in Demo rieties are all smooth head wheat I u 2 Knott Pennsylvania determined to think our farmers prefer the smooth o 00 cratic principles and are Leo Rhode Island succeed ilcml wheat to the bearded variety 1 8 mi fight for them until they South Carolina Mart in This is by no means the first time the pom some reports tho farmers are so 2SI Dakota South MuolHii Tennessee Democracy has suffered defeat Like Well pleased yith feeding wheat to stock 100 Montgomery 13 Texas 410 other political organizations it has had not only to hogs but to horses and cows Morgan Vermont 150 MenefVe ts crood times and its evil times It has that they will not decreaso tho acreage io Virginia 70 o Pike had to light a very formidable enemy but rather increase it For feed for Washington 911 Powell 4 West Virginia The allied forces of greed plunder and horses and cows they havcit ground very i Kit ft Wolfe Wisconsin monopoly have always been its bitter coarse The estimated acreage of wheat 1 Wyoming have been sown this full is placed at 80 per cent 202 and unrelenting foes They 2031 Totals 4 Rye Correspondents report more rye thoroughly organized and have controll- Â¬ 103 235 101 Total Majority corruption fund They have sown than usual this fall principally for to Tho figures of the senate subject This gratifying result divides the Ken Â¬ ed a vast as follows tucky delegation politically into six boon tireless to defeat the only party that winter pasture much of it to be plowed changes are stands for the rights of the people under in the spring The acreage is esti STATUS nir dim ror Democrats and live Republicans rob mated at 81 per cent Alabama Heckncrs majority is over J500 more against their corruption fraud and o Arkansas Pauley An unusual crop of bailey berry The Democracy has had to light than Kendall California The in its own camp both in and out has been sown ami is looking well traitors t Colorado OWENS THE MAN o well as the hosts of pro- estimated acreage is placed at 80 percent of congress as Connecticut 1 Cony The season has been fino for Delaware Olllclal 1oturnn Malta Hit llurallty Over tection Georgia 1S92 the Democratic party was suc- drying corn and a large part of it has 101 In JiitlKo OooiK Oonny Florida Same complain that it is The oflicial count has been made and cessful and Republicanism with all the been cribbed Idaho 1 the returns from every county in the detestablo policies for which it stands not so good as was expected others say Illinois Ashland district as certified to by the went down under n storm of popular that it is better All farmers agreo that Indiana various county clerks show that by a indignation Its pet theory received a the crop was better cultivated than usual Iowa Kansas plurality of 101 votes tho Hon W C terrible rebuke and the Democracy re- tho ground better prepared before plantKentucky o Owens Democrat was elected to repre- ceived peremptory orders to destroy the ing and that moro corn was raised with Louisiana sent the Seventh Kentucky district in devil of protection less rain than ever was known before I Maine Rut unfortunately the president and a will try and get an estimated viold per tho lower house tit Washington The Maryland Republicans number of leading Democrats had con- acre next month Thu estimated coudi Massachusetts dispatcher say that many Michigan at Lexington concede the election of Mr ceived the idea that protection was a tion is placed at S3 jwr cent Minnesota Owens but will depend upon tho house matter to be handled very carefully Potatoes A short crop of potatoes Mississippi him on a Unwarned by previous experience they is reported Tho government report is of representatives to unseat Missouri o contest and give tho placo to Judge Den givo tho Undly doctrine more quarter smaller than for many years past Pota Montana 1 Nebraska Judge Denny alleges that hundreds than it deserved n toes at tho present price area better crop Nevada off at one blow than wheat of the A bushel of potatoes are Instead of cutting it of Republicans wero debarred New Hampshire right to register in Lexington and that they attempted to kill it by inches worth moro than a bushel of wheat New Jersey frauds were committed at the election in True they afforded the country some They will yield from two to four times New York 2 North Carolina the interest of his opponent and says he relief but not nearly so much as they ns many bushels per acre and areas ready I 1 Dakota North They require will carry the contest to the houso of might and thoy should have allorded sale at their market price I Ohio tho failure of the more labor but not as much difference The pouplo resented representative Oregon The oflicial count as made and certi Democracy to obey their orders They as thero is in the yield If other counPennsylvania o RhodeIsland fied to in tho various counties is as fol particularly resented tho policy of a few tries can raise potatoes and ship them to South Carolina of tho leading DjmocraH moro especi this country and pay a duty on them lows South Dakota Denny ally in the senate Owens They have adminis ought wo not be ablo to raiso and sell 1 Counties Tennessee ua There Hill the castigation he them profitably without a duty Scott tered to Divid t Fox as -- t Oldham When they get a was imported into the United States so richly deserved Vermont o Owen Virginia chance at Gorman and his coadjutors from Scotland alone from October 18D3 tlo IVimL Iiii Washington of potatoes I n they will treat them after thcsamo fash to June 1S91 31715 tons Canada Tho Womlforl West Virginia o in their wrath as besides vast amounts from Unfortunately 1008 ion Wisconsin Fayette O 21 freoueutly occurs they not only punish estimated yield per acre in bushels is Wyoming Henry 137 tho guilty but the innocent in well placed ut 05 Tho estimated yield of IJoitrboo 40 II is purified by sweet potatoes per ncro is 70 bushels Totals When tho Democracy Doubtful 1310 joasNearly all counties report a Total defeat it will again resume tho position IK THE STATES lErUHIl 101 reMAJOMTIES Majority it dserves to hold It is built upon a shortage in hogs Tho government CAN INnver rock and h sum to prevail in tho end port shows a decreaso of 10 percent and 15000 Thoy Havo lut Tholr Ilinmlut In Colorado mate1VI74 Two years ago the south had helped lis first duty is to get rid of iLs traitors still tho prico has declined very Connecticut 1 00 overwhelming and acoundrels the men who belong to rially since my last report The avcrago chooso a president and an ware Cotton was boom it for mero selfish and mercenary pur number compared to full amount is 84 Idaho 57000 majority in congress to its per cent Indiana 10000 ing and everybody folt that tho millen noses and then if it is only true Iowa in oAo There has been a very large Now cotton is sliding own principle its success is absolutely Cattli nium was coming Kansas 70 000 shipment of fat cattlefroin this state In tho greased grooves of bankruptcy certain Lexington Transcript down Massachusetts laborer are making tho past month The nrfcea hold up Mchigan Â¬ 30000 tho planter and very latest we hear about tho con- well The number of cattle is placed at Tho Minnesota in nnn themselves slaves for the benefit of the Missouri their gressional racoisthat Kendalls majority 83 per cent osoo manufacturer and they huvo put i will bo Montana 12000 Hfelone enemies In tholr own seata of is 223 Mr Hopkius however Tobacco As to the report on white Hampshire Now ikW likely to contest CnurcrJournal Vow 500 p0Wcr New Mexico 8500 Salt River Wa-diim-to- 1 j j i Â¬ J Hurley tobacco I will quote the rcmarkn of somo of tho correspondents from somo of tho white Hurley couhties From tho county of Rath uTlo tobacco crop of this county in quality length and bright- Â¬ ness is superior to nny cvor raiscdjwhilst there may be a shortage in acrcago tho weight will moro than make up tho difFrom tho county of Mason ference Tho late out tobacco is of n very inferior quality having been cut green The correspondent from Shoby reports Tho condi Â¬ Tobacco curing up nicely tion for October as to white Hurley is placed nt 05 per cent Tho reports from the dark tobacco counties arc hardly so encoura ng but somo of them very good From tho county of Trigg tho Tho best yield correspondent reports of ill products for ten years past Tho fruits of good cultivation moro than good season corn and tobacco especially Tobacco From the county of Christian Some good 40 per cent cut green about The but as a whole an inferior crop condition of dark tobacco for October is placed at 80 per cent The condition for October is Humi estimated at SO per cent Tho quality is supposed to be very fine Hay The average yield per acre es Â¬ timated in tons is placed at one and one fifth tons per acre Nearly all corres- Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ 1 - j pondents throughout tho state report grass to bo very short Tho correspond- Wo havo cut from Fayotto reports virtually no grass I havo been feeding full for a month The farmer will havo to feed all his crop to take his Btock through the winter to another harvest I inquired of tho correspondents this month if the financial condition of tho farmer had improved in tho last twelvo Thero wero 71 answered no 30 months answered yes by a largo per cent and u largo number did not return any answer Nicholas McDowell Commissioner Tho Tnluilo IVmiKly Hlnili Of the now nearly 20000 regular pub lications in the United States there am but two or three weekly newspapers pub Â¬ lished for general circulation in every state and territory and of theso the To lcdo Weekly Hlado is tho best and most popular of them all It is the oldest best known and has tho largest circulation For moro than 25 years it has been a regular visitor to every portion of tho Union and it is well known at every ono of tho sixty thousand odd post offices of the country It is made especially for family reading It gives the entire nows of the world each week in such a con densed form as vyill snvo reading scores of pages of daily papers to get less infor Â¬ Republican in politics temper- Â¬ mation ance in principle always on tho side of justice and right it is tho paper for tho rising generation and n great educator Serial stories wit for the whole family short stories household deami hum ir partment question bureau farm depart Â¬ ment camp fire Sunday school and young folks are a fow of the many other promi nent features of this greit paper A specimen copy will be mailed freo to any address on application and tho publishers invite any person to send in a long list of addresses to whom they will mail sample copies They would bo glad to mail a couplo of hundred pf specimen copies to readers of this county Tho Weekly Hlado is u very large paper and the price is only JO0 n year Address The Hlade Toledo Ohio Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ - I I Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ 9-- 1 I mi m Â¬ Â¬ llleHNln In DlngulM -- l4l Â¬ Â¬ ZZvtfS Tho Amorican people aro peculiar and the defeat of the Democracy may bo a blessing in disguise Tho next Republi Â¬ can congress will bo powerless for two years to como to change the tarifTIaw and it is hardly probable that any attempt at silver legislation will be made All this means that the business of the coun- Â¬ try will have a seasou of rct from polit- Â¬ ical agitation That means tlat pros perity will soon return and propritr means a clean sweep mr wmwmvj u lMKKItlchniond Va State Â¬ gn the Illicit UUM WblU aoap ever introduced here It Is better than Cashmere Dbquet for tha toilet 4 auMrlor to Ivory for fine laundry ahefft of Sapolio for the kitcheH Oite Is cafce fftlnan tbU oce only joc zior toe iiorw w T v Trv I - XA V r v s TDT itSSf i TTrtTft1 TMt it W turned over to tho waltnj ajowlBtjiw- A - MiBiyvictS3tht0V mifmw1 iwriwiirVJCtt f liv oQIcaiM h evidently in surprise There scorn tho cavalry depot was marched out to to bo a moment of conciliation on camp and set to work grooming a horso then all thrco could be seen runnL tho vory evening of his arrival and back in tho direction in which the turned out for drill the next morning came when barring a certain quaint habit v a i Going for tho horses to chase the i -v l miUHU vr Sfl M1 airiLitvn t N SAL M Jfcklt of throwing tho left foot far out to tho d i r laughed young Leonard wlm ss MM WakJK front at tho command march and a 7 fA leered at Morgans claims as a deer- queer way of executing about face nlkcr Chase bo hanged Look there tin it was found that he was far better r u v iw na tr im Tiiir rtMif wv Ki ir drilled in the rudiments at leant than tie r ore chasing them tho corporal detailed as his instructor Then up rose every man in mad e Die carbine manual was strange to cltement f ir their senior lteutenuu hhn but not so tho baber IIo handled Mi Ray had sprung to his feet or WHSf Deer yu it like a master Ho knew how to ruhed for his horse mnati so much more than clean and polish arms belt buckles damned fool Its Indians he eric GAiPTf etc in a way that thu few old hands and shouting for some of tho guard to you imagine serious and CbrYRiailT IJl BY J D LtPPINCOTT CO AND PUBLISHED ny SPECIAL ARRANGEMENT at tho post recogni7ed at once as ex- Â¬ follow him Mr Kay threw himself fatal diseases result from CUAlTEIt I cnvnlrytncu from rocrults wtw tniil wo pert He was besieged by German upon his nimble sorrel and darted out trifling ailments neglected IIR colunol was lion- - looked liko jayhawkers and they like sergeants with queries as to his pat over the nrairln to the rescue In a v h plnff mud Jow storo dummies Still I thought history but said lie preferred to keep mlnuto half a dozen men were string- Â¬ Anybody Dont play widi Natures could sou It mid every Â¬ tho sight of a man clean shaved with all that to himself Yes he had served ing along after him while tho alarm greatest gift health body within range of buttons and buckles polished would No uso in denying that IIo had been sounded umong the cotton woods and please jour eyes after all this cam Â¬ through certain cadet nchools and en- Â¬ the herd guards came driving in their his tongue mid temper uyouartfMiine out of nortaweak felt It Hob Gray the paigns mud so I bent him Of courso tered a certain regiment of hussars excited cavnlladas mid Rtnerally ex ndjutant Released it bo if ho could only call you numes in which one lie wouldnt nay neither Meantime there was the mischief to hausted nervous have no appetite foru ho got within Dutch Im sorry and will pee that could they find out by writing It was pay Leaving two men as horse-hold- and cant work nobodys business but his own anyhow ers In a little swale Morgan with three sound of his voice mid youre properly looked after next time begin at oncetak it it the most relia- Hut even Old Tlntop began to seo said he Tho United States had adopt Â¬ others including tho eager youm could bwcnr to it before Me strenethenitif tho fun under the sedate gravity of the ed him at ho was now an Anierikaner Prussian crawled off for a shot at the ho got out again lte nteulclnewhicnia a Froiwilllger too Long i Iiroun s Iron Hit ing only an adjutant adjutants words herd They were in plain view and ters A few bot- weary march to the hills was over Confound you for a young rascal however ho couldnt utterly unsuspicious of approach from ties cure benefit swear tit it and so keep What have you been making me say had demonstrated the fact that ho wa comes from the that quarter when all on a sudden very first close iY on oven terms with his anyhow Come back here Fallon and a fine horseman and a good shot Lieut the buck started stamped tossed his t i xtcnt stain your chief Ho bottled his wrath ti lm did stop your laughing too sir Youre a Kay commander of the big detach Â¬ crest and away they all flew up the Ueih ami it a pleasant to Uke the colonels commentaries mid kept nice pair to play it on your oltK What ment had more than once spoken of it grassy ravine Kising to hin feet to and so when finally they reached the study the situation after a word or them both for future emergencies A do you want sir Turning suddenly he addressed a wild romantic hills and were distrib two of caution to Wu comrades Mor relic of the vaunted old dragoon day wrm the colonel one of the fast vanish- Â¬ ragged tattered hungry looking party uted among the regiments there await Â¬ gan was saluted by tho whistle of a Kidney and Liver Dyspepsia ing lot of hard riding hanMIghting in hunting shirt buckskin breeches ing them Schramm looked with won Â¬ bullet pat hihead another another Troubles Neuralgia and sometimes hard swearing cam Â¬ and Shoshone leggins standing atten Â¬ derment in his soul if not in his eyes and each coupled with the sharp re- Â¬ paigners who had learned their trade tion before the colonels shack he at the slouch hatted rough shirtcd un Â¬ port of the rifle Constipation Bad Blood Hack to jour horses quick he under nmaters of the art long years bo had no tent with a baro brown hand shaven ollleers at the ragged mob of Nervous ailments Malaria fore the war lie had crossed the Llano raised to his rusty brown carbine in the rank and file at their gaunt skele Â¬ shouted Womens complaints All four ran only to catch sight of a tons of horses and marveled that his Eutaeudo and camped on the IMimbres salute Get onlv the trcmilne it has crossed red Im ordered to report to the colonel strange fortunes had made him a sol Â¬ party of Sioux lashing straight down and chased tho Navajoes when Nuvu lines on the wrapper Ail otiiers nrc sub- as the dirtiest man on guard blr was dier In so strange a service stitutes On receipt of two 2C stamps w Jocn were uionnrehs of tho southwest Â¬ the slope to head them o will send set of I en Dcnutilcil World the stolid answer Wisely he kept his views to himself ers firing rapidly gave cha io froi ern plains were bellicose not bucolic book f ice For a moment the commander gazed making no comment even to the Ger Â¬ across the ravine to their rear IVfuv i Fair Views and CO BALTIMORE MO raised Hheol instead of nheep a state Â¬ DROWN CHEMICAL ment otherwise expressed by Kit Car Â¬ at him in wrath and then a light mans who were disposed to be so Â¬ he had gone twenty yards Morgan saw AyAyAjjiJVAyyVyrfbyX ciable and to question him as to Ins an Schramm stumble and fall face downson a keen scout and a keener judge Hashed across his mental vision Now seo what youvo reduced me tecedents In two days a strong col- Â¬ ward of aborignnl nature who mid that to Gray you infernal young sinner I umn marched away all broken down when they were not raising hell or har What is it he cried running and in equal proportions thoNavajoes were sent Stein back with the orderly you men and hoieu and all raw recruits bending over him Arc you hit being left behind but with Schramm Here let me help you man cither dead or asleep We were having picked out and heres the result And Well sir if dirts what you want evidently an educated cavalryman rid- Â¬ poor Schramm could only clasp his tl campaigns ten times more thrilling in ing buoyantly in the ranks of D troop hand about hi- - leg and plead in English point of incident ten tlmo fiercer in this Hut it isnt interrupted the colonel on tlio spirited roan he had bestridden equally broken point of fighting and casualties ten Lauf lioon Herr f I want an orderly and not a bcare all the way from the railway What- Â¬ Lieutenant times tougher in point of hardship and Ach Gott I can it not crow Now you see do you ever they look privation and tho food wo lived on thought he these make Then Morgan big powerful j I I think I do sir Neither a rag doll fellows are mightily at home on tho fellow cut him short and swung the than those of tho Navajo days to bo Sergt Schultz explained little ex Hussar on hisbaekand plunged sure but the colonel would have it tho nor a Dutch doll neither the cleanest frontier nor the dirtiest just a happy medium Korvlco waant to bo mentioned along that they always left their uniforms in ahead heedless of his captives splut- Â¬ iiido that to which ho had been ac Â¬ one who can call names in English pre- Â¬ garrison when in the flelu after In- Â¬ ter and struggles Hut yelling Sioux customed when they scouted with ferred not so swell as to put our head- Â¬ dians but called his attention to the and whistling bullets both were gainKearney or Fauntleroy and rode races quarters to shame nor so shabby as to fact that they never lived better in the ing Another minute and down went Well 1 think old country than these rough looking with tho Mounted Ilillcsat Albuquerque make us blush for all fellows were living now Already the and Santa Fo They made cavalry- Â¬ I understand you Hut here the colonel Interposed with ills of tho summer were forgotten men in those days said he Then Whether he forgot or not Schramm with gloomy reference to the losses of language so forcible as to put a stop tho summer just gone by Now they oven to Grays fun which ho would made no reply Ho was well content only kill em and this sot of slumineri stand as a rule longer than anybody with his rations for field appetite is u they are sending out to recruit us is elses Meantime the discovery having wondrous sauce and soldier coffee with bacon beans only lit to bo killed anyhow Why been made that recruit Schramm wa Dutch oven to tho hands ol any but reliable the devil did you send mu such a but a novice In English whatsoever ho bread and antelope steak have a relish might bo in German thntyoungsoldior in the keen October air known only to wooden headed idiot for an orderly on people when you nro looking for this day of all others he demanded was told by the sergeant of tho guard the frontiersman Schramm from CLOTHING Wo nro the largest Why lie couldnt to Go on out of this and back to your looking pale peaked and a trille pa Â¬ of his staff ofllocr bnnkies Sure you couldnt tell a thetic when he stepped from the crowd Â¬ speak Knglish house in Central Kentucky and Now when tho colonel began to aslc Sioux from a shyster unless he shot ed train at the railway had sprouted a make n specialty of 700 and 10 which being inter- Â¬ fuzzy beard blistered tho skin of his questions and invite explanations we you in Dutch preted was understood to mean that cheeks and no e in the hot noonday all knew that he had measurably at Suits With ovory suit for Men least blown oil his wrath was begin until he had mastered the English lan Â¬ sunshine seared his eyelids by iti wo give a guaranteed lovor move- Â¬ ning to regret anything sharp he had guage ho wasnt fit for sentry duty temperate ablutions in alkali water said was penitent and wanted to be And so much troubled the young fel- Â¬ and was making commendable prog Â¬ ment dust proof WATCH AND mollified and forgiven and taken into low went to Sorgt Schultz a Prussian ress in plainscraft and plains English CHAIN fkie good fellow hip again Nobody knew liko himself and sorrowfully told his In three weeks scouting down the Whito Hall South Cheyenne with tho Had Lands this bolter than the adjutant or pre Â¬ tale GRAVES COX Never in his life had Private on tho right and worse lands on the CO sumed on it more At this stage of the left he became so proficient in the cav- Â¬ proceedings Hob became downright im Â¬ Schramms blue eyes gazed on scenes LEXINGTON KY list what alry art of pre empting a good patch of pudent Jlut his brown eyes twinkled and soldiers such as these with fun uj ho stood facing the colonel ho expected to find in tho ranlis of the glass for his horso that his troop com Â¬ FErT TO STUIV ir- and waiting for an opportunity to American army ho had revealed as yet mander closely watching his new re- Â¬ IUSINO JGSKSNEESS2 CATION to no one It was tho eventful sum- - cruit remarked that that young follow spealc would be a valuable non commissioned lloulenant and No sir ho couldnt speak a word of ninn carrier ollicer some day if he hadnt been al- Â¬ ricd and this time Sohranim and enr English repeated the colonel ready Like tho Germans of his het Â¬ Wo ell Mild Hob relkotivoly it erogeneous troop the cupt a in was if the oyer and over never let go jf hi t ir oivil sorvlceexnmination I was wasnt a hine hut ivintf prone levelled It opinion that Schramm hr I a history a littlo hunmcr and tent a sivr running Ho was tho cleanest man on S i Ono evening far down the valley square at the fori most guard and your orders are Indian tripj mowhere not an Indian had been seen or llis ealieo pony in the nich-Then Bond me the dirtiest so long iin of heard of the outlying sentries report Â¬ Morgan echoed with o- - i i Tew wu arc in the Held burst in the colonel another d i I0HBISBS1HGE1PLB ed a bunch of black tailed deer in the hoy tfehrumm Oivc impotuouBly What I want in an em home ikiv to the northwest Lieut Mor Â¬ he eried as the elmrjfitif A SURE and CERTAIN CURE foothills orderly i just what 1 dont want in an warriir gan was in command of the guard and veered and opened out known for 15 voars n hr adjutant u man who can repeat what Then came his captain was officer of tho day Mor other shots from tho swale BEST REMEDY for PHLES I say and not think gan took a squad of three or four men Only one man held the horhos in rear WoU anybody ought to bo able to ROM UY ATT JJIlVnoiSTS now the mounted and rode away down the others the whole squad were rmiredhrBICHABDSOlTlfED en rv Tnmr do that sir began tho adjutant with hhuiuir wind while a party of ollleers scram Â¬ away the heavy thatch of his a twitch under bled up tho bank to tho edge of the Cheek to your game moustache yet 1H Ha- broad prairie to watch tho snort It panted Morgan loading my bucks T get Wlffi through young till h re joic ZE firing and DO YOU XriSlv xVnil was just then that Schramm his blue missing- again man interrupted tho colonel again Efcv Its little hut lead umit I jJe9 impressively then you may bo as IM OltDKUKD TO ltKlORT AH TUB 1111- - eyes ablaze clicked his heels together youll ffet out of this outfit The In Â¬ Situation stood bolt upright and began colori- dian bullets were hitinpr at harmless as you know how What 1 the turf all TIKhT MAX ON UTAllO ng- even redder in combined eagerness around him yet mercifully ilviiiff wild rusud in an adjutant is one who can Hitle Herr Kitt Schramm bleedinjf fast was think and not any anything except mer of 75 when amazed at tho force and embarrassment palM meister then desperately plunging yet keening up hi tire wondering 1 toll him to Now you fcont mo and fury with which tho Sioux had whou lim a Dutch doll tlmtcouldnt oven squawk fought and bullied the commands of Into troopers English as ho hod heard it was he could so rarely hit those yell- Â¬ in English He called mo names in Crook and Custer Terry and Gibbon it spoken Ivin I gd along mit dem fel- Â¬ ing painted feathered fiends dartli lers alretty and as Manning nodded about them only a few I ror B W Mniltli for 18 yonrs fconio foreign lingo congress authorized the immediate en Â¬ assent lie principal of tho saluted with marked precis- away Then rising onhundred yards Commercial WoU you wouldnt want him to do listment of twenty five hundred men to his knees he College Eii8fflSSK ion bored a hole with his heel in the shouted Prussian taunt and challenge fill the gaps in tho four regiments of it in English would you colonel alkali dust In punctilious execution Awarded Modal and Diploma Lie down you fool yelled his off- Â¬ Wouldnt 1 didnt d n it where cavalry engaged in the campaign No of the Jtehrt sprang bareback on his icer rolling over to him and seizing his mnDVh0 WM8 cnWan Exposition credentials wore required Eager for a horse oTid rode away nro your wits this morning Gray He carbine in hand shoulder Morgan forced him to chance to got to the now diggings hq wlmt was it ho called mo Fallon onrrnl earth llUMIHMSCour after his trooper comrados Half an ot n second too soon an Indian inplcte at VnVliiVhA Jl had Sounded like 0 burst was all I tho lUuolc Hills of Dakota at the exÂ¬ hour went by and tho herd still un Â¬ sprung from his pony taken deliberate said the quartermaster pense of Uncle Sam swarms of toughs disturbed continued to graze hoard sir and uucomfortably Hut Sorgt Stoln says were enlisted in tho slums of Now hunters woro out of sight among The aim hand sent a shot that just grazed the the Iilplomu that pinned him down and nnnlml oT BnSSi Wy Sjilysnlty iiLLiiiiiu ii a ud Philadelphia and Haltimore York mm thats only tho double Dutch for and four weeks depressions of Tho capfor GraUuatos lator were deserting by tain sent for his tho surface anil other then eame thunder of hoofs far out Vor clrculura ni VL colonel field glass WLBURGMTH LEXIMOTON KY Mr fl rays oyes woro dancing now the do7cn with horse and equipment ollleers joined him and levelled their over tho prairie and tho rush of com- Â¬ novor saw tho man before in my complete as they reached tho wasted binoculars on the distant quarry just rades to the rescue and then tho Sioux I firing to the last minute whirled awny Hut them was a deer family having a quiet Ho eamo with army in the field life colonol said ho to- Â¬ up tho ravine POSlflONSliJARANTEED and Morgans deer leaven in the lump young fel- Â¬ gether m a sheltered ravinedinner That that big batch of recruits tho other opening wis over That night while Ihiy hunt J asonablo with conditions OurFRBliflGnaco day Mannings first sorgormt marched lers a soldier olonn through said tho out Into tho broad bottom of tho his troop was still out in pursuit Mor Â¬ lMt4loRu0 wl expian why wo can afford it spick span neat recruiting sorgeant when Schramm stream Presently ono nfteranother gan him oik IIo looked lay with n shot hole through Draugiions Practical Business Collage nwl clean and intelligent by long odds gave his name age nationality etc threoior crawled left shoulder at the bivouac tire tho answering promptly so long as tho around a four block objects Morgan NASHVILLE TENN ttio trimmest and most soldier like fel- Â¬ point WriioforcataloguO was chatted and condoned with and quostions were propounded in tho Ger Â¬ said tho watchers Yonders Coak kenht in Qhnikj o low on guard Suddenly the deer modorution over the failure of his ven rajhv ttSnrVA TaPP wa ice Not exeopting the oineer oi the day man tongue family tosed high their heads then ison ehase and took it urrfm 1 cimnrtcn all meekly V Intnunncnil Cant ho speak English at nil said darted away into the hills and vero enough Ho had Iliii tho recruiting oflicor doubtfully put of sigjit m an instant Two or wull nlgli lost his bugged no gnmg hud colonel tho own aiul other Jtf vqs Well whats tho odds after all so three of tho younger otllcors set up a No exceptions whatever sir Iu- liavo had ridden almoit blindly into rndhin montiy prepnrocl Vmfe CIAP JoARD cipocially adapted lo tleeti not excepting any man inltho long as hes ouly going to bo scalped laugh of dorision Pretty hunting nmbusoado and yet in point of result And so silent ob that is HOWE STUDY Hut tho elders ltfdked gravo us it turned out that wliolQ command from tho colonol up bwenr him in wusitbout tho best - servant patient Schramm was shipped What scared them was ths query days work ho nad done in all menn down You woro suylng yesI ids life trcUtytluit tho only wsy to toll real westward with uie nrsc tot or victims The black dots of hunters had halted CONTINUKD NEXT WKEK I Afeli I -- pin J K - -- i rapgSSHSo d - 1 Poor Health rowns CmaicKinWA 1 J A WW -- i i J Iron Bitters Â¬ Â¬ It Cures t mr Â¬ Â¬ 0 Bt Sfall 3ta Â¬ i Â¬ 1 mss - i K ft fo3sss 88rW Â¬ tu Â¬ 2v RfeArJ sw V x Â¬ -- Â¬ - C fttr f-- - If H1 - jitfW r-- 4wm vimwii OF HUMAN KIND urifimimiiiinmn HONORARY DEGREES BE a Time Wlion Thry Were lteitoivtd Upon Tho True Story of a French Convict at Toulon Unwilling Subject No criminal Is altogether hardened It is to bo supposed in the judg- Â¬ ment of charity ut least that eolr prlngs of kindness and fceliiiff for 1his liijyo degrees are never conferred in Mlowbomgs still exist vnihlu 1 iheM days except its they arc deserved nature if inb could but flu them Tho of Heorotsof tho lnson llouso Jlita Iuik not always been true how author tells a true story of a French convict ut ex er and partly or this reason partly fll pyrin ps out of u feeling of modesty xuiuun Amoinr tho free laborers who work tome men have shunned honorary i j sum u Uo wiiu ino prisoner was uu titles almost ns earnestly as others Julian win always treated them with have coveted them Speaking about thitt subject the Boston Watohmnn prceal kiivdnohs and became in conso ne difyl lene verv much beloved Bays however Italian eemeVtj be much dudge Tutors is authority for the fittilcmoiil that after La Fayette had th roMed tmd he confided to his tor the fact that ho was beOn made n doctor of laws by one of Isot many ribiy in want of money our colleges Huron Stn ben was ingroat days after one of tho convicts escaped fwir lust he should meet with a shnihiV uhil ijiishap Iluving to passj thrmitfh n col souTu the Italian out at his home said t ihim W lege town where the marmiie had beoii My Xuylj jvo myself thiu distinguished the old warrior capture wilhbring you up to you of ti tho reward hulted his men and thus addressed you fJHAT EXPERIENCE HAS TAUGHT j From Gen D S FORBES wvj tq Dr M M Fcmier KredonlnN Y Hear 8tr Vor ninny years I havo used VMIIT ninnfl nif1 1KI tlntfiiwltf nwl VAwva 4VVF ionic wnonevur l nuvo A P3I8 IAI ICi i i t-or nervous prostration or fori run down It always dvoa ppcodv relief i much so Hint 1 have ccmo to rely on It with tho Btitno certainty that do on ttio law of rrruvltntlon Youm truly D S IomiES ridonlaNYJau8518M inwi uibixtv ATTAl1 1 j fellow- -laborers Dr Foimcr3 Blood pnd Livor Kcuicdj and Nervo Tonic novcr falls Pino Alterative Nervo Tonlo and llo totoratlyo Compound Cures biliousness headaches constipa tion dyspepsia Irritability sleeplessness tho blues swelled glands skin disease All blood Impurities scrofula ague dizziness dull and achy tired stomach and bowel disorders blotches pimples moth syphilis Inipalrmont of nerves olToiislvo breath It docs theso groat cures because J physics from tho bloo liver and tissues ashos and debris all tho Impurities as Itwero Without weakening but all tho whin strengthening Instead It causes tho ldvir to throw oh lis Hile It cleans out tho entire alimentary canal stomach and bowels alike ridding them ot all effete offensive and slimy mucus worms and other vermin Restoring sleep nppotitc flesh strength comfort freshness and bloom in a word It Is a Sarsaparllln-Mndrako-Prlnc- oi Â¬ wvm mm wiwnwmiwwiiniii rwfiiwrnrwiwMWiiwiwijiiiiiiniBBi them You shall spur de horjo veil alid lpde Iron de town like de mischief for if dey catch you doy make one doctor of you The tough old soldier had no more rn ivi fov such a distinction than his countryman Handel who refused to iWtept the degree of doctor of music fiirn Oxford do in n story that not long ago olloge decrees were scattered vVn Jiiiewliat lavishly an illiterate rich 1111 having been honored with a de gree by a college which he had laid un dM Ihrution made a wager that he hi obtain a similar honor for his t nut Me won the wager and encouraged lv hi- - success made another 4hnthv i ikI obtain u degree for hi horse I ui however he lo t The col Â¬ 1iilege authorities got wind of his game and in answer to his letter requesting a doctorate for so and to the president wrote a courteous note saying that though the trustees were very anxious to oblige so good n-- friend of the col- Â¬ lege they had found on examination of the records that though they had once conferred a degree upon a jackass there was no precedent for conferring one upon a horse Â¬ 1 - von doctor blockheads vish Vut frow my money away for dut I no vant to bb iliere A Tim Tlttlo RABBIT MINER Animal Led an Imlluu to n rorttmt In Silver The famous silver mines of 1otosi in South America were discovered by an ludiiu who was in pursuit of an smtel pe He was climbing lie steep slope of a hill and seized a bush to help himself up The plant gave way and he started to fall backward but by a dc perato effort saved himself and falling forward out his nose against n projecting ledge of stone hays the Now York Journal Stopping to stanch the How of blood lie chanced to look at the stone which had done th damage when to his ib tonishment he perceived it was almost hundred francs and that will help out of your difficulties For a long time the Italian refused to take advantage of the fugitives sol f sacrillce but at length he yielded and led back the prisoner f The wife of a well known journalist was roused one night when she way alone in the house by sounds which eonviuced her that burglars must be below Tho courageous old lady rose and went downstairs into the dining room where she found a man in the lie act of rilling tho sideboard promptly knocked her down but as Mn as she could recover herself she got up and quietly t iik a seat Then she addressed the burglar I suppose you have been driven to those evil courses by want she said but why add cowardly violence to your crime You see I am an old woman old enough to be your mother Do you re K your nitier still alive uiemlHr her Whit would vou savor do to a man who struck her in the fleo and unoolvod her down Her words had a marked effect on Ho was evidently the housebreaker moved to the hearty Im sorry maam he said and Im ashamed of what Im doing I wont take anything belonging to you except this five pound note Hut I really am in desperate straits and I want money badly He emptied his pockets of the silver he had taken but with tho full con- Â¬ sent of the old lady made nil with the live pounds Some time afterward an envelope reached her addressed in a strange hand and in it was a five pound noter- POETRY Thrro I Often llurd Work ns Wull ns lii4ilritlon There iire yet some persons left who faney that poetry io the product of a fine frenxy that the poet of genius awakes from a sublimated cataleptic trance to fill page after page with cf fortlesi beatitudes A number of man Â¬ uscript sheets of LongMlows which may be found in llar verd should not only explle this theory writes a Hoston correspondent but give nope to many a discouraged amateur As Longfellow lirt con structed the first verse of this poem it MAKING fEx-eel-ior JTOHr M HOMt MAKER nttf BLACKSMITH AND WAGON Hazel Green SCv health Including self poiso to tho nervous sys tem and both sweetness of breath and dis- Â¬ position It is speedy In its action Improvement beginning as soon as tho first dose Is swai- Â¬ I I i And ns certain as tho law of irravitation Note tho high standaidof testimonials In circular at drug stores and around bottles They aro such as only tho highest order or merit could command voluntary offer ings from tho cottago princely palaces and ofllces of State l Recording cures of cases more grave and complicated than over hertoforo success fully reached by medicine Sample Free Satisfaction guaranteed Mothers One fourth of all tho children born dio within tho first your Savo your child by IceeuhiK Its stomach and ImiwoCs healthy by tho use of Dr Conners Sennatorln tho 2 bebt child laxative and correellvo known Allays inltatlonandKlves refreshiug sleep Dr Fonnors Worm Svrun Hrnucht 150 worms fiom our child MrubhorlclcKl ldaO iOWCi iKJtxcA 4J52r3il jzr jr uJ3jCS t Ilvi -5 tssvsr-v-r- A THIS TS THE JvlND OK WAGON J BUILD OATI AND GET PKTOES iw wwmnctwwwugra xhijjojjjoj vv DKAlKIl IN jcuuiiiiour J t X Www pi mmmiWiinB OAMPTON KKNTUCKV Dr Fonnors Soothing Syrup ir7rNVITKS the Ltidlofi ol Wolfe mid the tiiirrituniling rotmry to en 11 mid poo the hiiiHisoine line ol MMMIU imivs itjuns lie lias just received including CCJ nil the Insliioniible fnbriis mill Inrh iatlcriis mid iiriutc be iihH mi oihIIchn variety ol Notions im liiilinir nil of the latest styles in Lit ch ItibboiiH Ac Ac He also earries u large Hue of cheap nictlium mid high grade which lie is selling ar lower prices than anybody X DrFennorsFAMiiASaltUheumlOlntmont Day IbiZLl treeii Ky Purchase of him und suye money X Best for oklueruptlons Piles Soies Cutsetc For side by John M Itoc ami Mrs Luu FOR JU pure silver This story may be apoehryphal but a tale which comes from Mexico is Ac Â¬ tolerably well authenticated cording to this narrative one of the riehe t mines in th t land of mintal An wealth was found by a rabbit Indian was hunting rabbits and Ills dog ehacd one lo a hole in a hillside The Indian hesitated for a moment whether to dig out the rabbit he had eon enter or go in pursuit of auother Determining finally that one rabbit in a hole was worth more than half a dozen on a rocky hillside he got a spade and went to work Ueforo he had turned over ha a doon spadefuls of enrth he had for gotten all about the rabbit for ho made the thrilling discovery that he was handling alnut solid silver The man dropped his spade and ran to his employer with the intelligence the latter returning with him to the spotÂ¬ to see for himself and verify the discovery The rabbit craped at least it is supposed it did for it enters no more into the story but its memory is preserved in the name of the mine which being translated into English signifies the Pabbifs Den It would have Wen well for the Indian if he hal escaped when the rabbit did for according to the story the poor fellow was murdered by the Spaniard who dodred to keep the secret of the mire and was afraid thatÂ¬ the Indian might reveal it and tlm gov ernment might step in and claim eithor the whole or a largo part of tlte pro Â¬ a 1G5 Â¬ riiiTiK OATATOOUKS I gSTTho londinff house for FANCY DRY GOODS GOODS and NOTIONS Alwurya luivo Big Drives Spocial nttoution lo IMnil Ordors IWBI 167 Eaco Street CINCINNATI VYTfVTIPVfMMMMrVInfVIWT i linia TR ADC MARK rass- O FUKNISniNG MMPiNTSiMffRirftiMrVMI MPWWWWVWWW PnPnriVIWWllinrt The shades of night vcro falllif fast As throuch an Alnlnc vllhiLo nassod A oath who ri tho Tiaisinls Ktm Ues ponded in u unknown tonue Kxculslor 31 IKTTiU IIKAIS INlTKJj iNYiMris -- that nn lt otlen ii Willi tyiiu lnK and ntjioi- cull nl - Thir wan manifestly weak as tho only obvious reason why the Alpine peasants sung war that they might af ford a rhyme for the youths response in an unknown tongue A second trial at tho verso however not only failed to impove it but arranged it in such form that it is diflicult to believe Long Tho two follow guilty of tho fault kst linos of the vorso were made to read Â¬ THE HERALD OFFICE IIAZ1U GllEIIX KT fmcoiM 7iA fi For kooplnn tho Systom In n Healthy Condition CURES Hondncho CURES Constipation Acts on tho Llvor nntl Kldnoya Purlfloo tho Clood Dlspelo Colds and Fovora DoautlfloH tho Jomploxlon nnd lo Ploaslntf and Rofronhlnfir to tho Taoto sold cy all dwqqists pijjaro E T IN A youth who boro n ncirl of price A bsnnor with tho itratiKO device I i Theio aro not many oven among ami lueoine tl e maganino poets of to day who a eoiupitenl would consent to refer to a banner as Hut tho poet had a pearl of price TELEGRAPH by this time three lines to hi liking and the substitution of a youth who CJJyA 4f OPERATOR boro mid snow and ico completed the 04WJA verse as it has boon read and spoken CrWritc length and breadth of throughout the the land All of which goes to show 2 LEXINGTON KY that the genius of the poet is in the conception aud that tho production of the poem being quite another matter lies solely in tho direction of patient labor What It Didnt TaUc One time on a canvass in my dis- Â¬ trict remarked a well known mem- Â¬ coeds ber of congress I stopped with a man who had boon a lawyer and a man of Coal Dust lSnulsri The mining of coal is attended with considerable inlluenco but ho had VST Ittum rl jf A ti iiw 3 km WriP many dangers but nono more to bo foolishly thrown away his chance for vfe9 H mk M 3E dreaded than the dust esploaious that success by taking to liquor and bad ii any instant unci companv lie knew that ho was to are liable to occur at else und against which in many instances not blamel noro than any ouo ucu over- nan iei iiiui to go to i oven the most ordinary precautions are after V to it s9 The air becomes thick with hoard him talking naa his wlfo whon fWm Era Ipm taken ooniuonco eomos in woiittu lilo siliil dust which by some means him contact with flame a id tho fire spreadmy ho sail I night have been inconceivable rapidity earner ing with is n congressman U I hid had some i cthe most tcrriilc ixploiions H Â¬ If JM ifVI7 claimed that all danger in this direc sense encourage Lor1 John she replied tion may bo romovod by a carefully Â¬ of spraying water in gly it dont tako sense to bo a con- i arranged system Detroit Frco Press iho gressman through all tho passageways 1 wot particles at once fall to tho n Kmrllshmnn and a Scotchman ground and may bo washed away by wore wnlklnrr in tho fields together falling water or trodden down by theÂ¬ -- liumphr Mia iiioEnBihhinan THAN HALFTHr foot of tho miners Recent investiga- Â¬ OF OTHER BRANDS tion scorns to prove that gas alone prowo feed them more Ay ay duces comparatively few of the j PQUN hen your men cat them And just hco dreadful accidents but that gas and said tho Scotchman JTfi1 ALVtSl 0 QUARTERSOr eoul dust mingled malco an explosive fine horses there aro in England what aro In Scotcompound that is greatly to bo dreaded SQLD N yudwtatta men there Subicribo for Tub Herald fcl fkrK W YOU want to loam T HE WORLD Vrj 5 TEMS3 III iii Lincoln Story Ilom lvuu to every nurilusei of a nicely IbW Irateil eiirht Ir of Lincoln Tea Irlco 25c A6k your drufctiator Lincoln Tka Co lort iac I H IM T7 11 yi Li TTT1TM H H T T D AAAilrliii rwlrV n var aml l s lUkiiowlodged to ho the bent local paper publiKled in KcutueUv fSiilmrrlho now and Kcoura all the good thiugi it will contain this year wnrwmv wmmwwf i mm vwvrr iiiMiiiiiEiirgtiiiizscriiissiBiecMisiiiMiitMJtiaiiiiiMMfiaiiii JAY-EYE-S-EE iSgWreLJ j iiiiijawiBi mffi rrP Mr J I CAr Hickory Grove Farm homo Hacinu Wis mo e AlUirtiylup of rvory known renedy 1 removed n nrpo jliineh cr two ycur Ktnndlnj from a a year old Mly lthlirc0ippllcatlon9 0f Jiiy-Kyo-S- ItlBthobostpropftrntlonlhnvoovoruxodorhcftrd of I heartily recommend It lo nil ilorsumou P OSNTMEKIT j jk Ij33H21S nuIlUiuUvH VWtlMmTIUcrMAnr yv rrccS150 V 1IV CO Whitehall r hsjeuhiiiimiihiiiiiiiiN J- We have hundreds of iuch teitlmonlal per untile AskymirdruustM forlt Iflio It MHUiUHilClliailliiloritiifriifni As Â¬ iy flliui XJL IT jTf Y yy W1M Si nir WITH D H CARPENTER WHOLESALE DltY GOODS NOTIONS HOOTS SHOES lOfey CATJjKTTSnunn KY - h a f AND BEST DSO PUREST c j oatsiESj WJ Hardware SEITZ WITH SLffi aorhutPRICt W M KERR jominns ix CO Far VAX I OnTUN A PATENT iiplnloq write rromiit anmvur ami un linnctt noarlrKhy ye t lNN Si CO who hnro had il ezporionco In tho ratnt Lulnfi Cmmwm tloiui trlctly ctnlicitll A J I a iittUouk 9t 1h w eft forwatlnn coic riilrw pHteHtn asil how MfeAlt tliera tent fre A IMI tln ond tclcntiHo itooki mb MtldOCIM f rre A Co icm IMtunu takuR tliroiwFMuon iliitheHcliil1cAiHfricnHfia nclal litYimrht wlilAlV bornruthq public wrtfc f II4M nm out cort to the lnemA-- TIU WoimU4 em MuedHklneliaMlrlllHiriite4lUMflMHi jirne ciroulstloa ot my citntlfto work ht llw rfF nno YRIGHT Qy Agricultural Implements Mi 1 IU0NT0N 0 J If N oj rW MiSMHttttSta utWim enuMrai i n 11 4 WHOM 00OKR I gothor with all our progressive na tion aro now passing through an Editor ora of chango of unrost and of somewhat tumultuous agitation Tho rapid adoption of tho groat it to instrument of inodom industry and trado thocomploto revolution which thoso aro bringing about in production and distribution thoir stoady obliteration of immemorial handicrafts thoir dislocation of many industries all thoso to gothor with tho unsottlod relations botwoon labor and capital havo swopt us into an gra whoro for somo yoars it may bo increasingly difficult for any party to hold onto tho Fodoral govornmont for any long time HAZEL GREEN KY Thuksday Nov 15 1894 notwith- Â¬ standing tho Inndslido of Tuosdny Novombor Oth tho old common- Â¬ wealth is etill safely in tho Demo Â¬ cratic list tho plurality boing about 10000 according to tho official It now transpires that vote Tho raco for HhoriiT in this county resulted in a tie vote and tho con Â¬ testants agrood to divido tho office They thou drow straws for which should bo sheriff and Mr Wilson won Thus wo havo a Republican sheriff Tho county was dividod and Mr Combs will attond to llio collection of taxes in his territory whilo Mr Wilson will do likowiso in tlio district allottod to him The foes accruing from tho office will thon bo equally dividod Un Â¬ der tho circumstances it was tho host possible solution of tho diff- Â¬ iculty and no ono will bo tho worso for it as both tho gontlomen aro Without attompting to appor- Â¬ tion tho responsibilities for tho hard timos botwoon tho two par ties and stoutly disclaiming any large Bharo of it for tho Demo Â¬ cratic party I pass from thoso gen- Â¬ eralizations to tho sooond point and that is tho dofoat of tarilY reform I do not bolivo the pooplo havo rebuked or discarded tariff roform in thoir action at tho recent Â¬ oloction for whon I look ovor tho whole country 1 do not find that this has boon tho common ground for tho action No question was ovor so woll and so thoroughly worthy and woll qualified for thoir rospoctivo dutios Hon Wm L Wilson of West Virginia chairman of tho commit- Â¬ tee on ways and moans was in Washington city on tho 11th inst lie does not appear to bo cast down by his dofoat but in a lottor pub Â¬ lished in a Now York papor ho givos his viows of tho causos of tho gon oral Democratic dofoat After de- Â¬ claring that it is neithor a discroet nor dignifiod thing for a mombor of a dofoatod party to attompt to oxplain his own or his partys do- Â¬ foat ho says Nono tho less howovor it is tho duty of thoDomocratic party aftor such a rovorso to make a doli bo- Â¬ rate honost and unsparing scru tiny into tho causes and forcos which wrought its ovorthrow and Â¬ fought out in popular discussion beforo them as tho question of re Â¬ forming and roducing the tariff Tn overy campaign from that of 1880 to that of 1892 it has been tho groat issue and in overy cam Â¬ paign oxcoptthatof 1888 tho Democratic party has won a decided victory on that issue To contond thoroforo that tho pooplo havo now chastisod tho Dem Â¬ ocratic party for doing what they put them into powor to do is to quostion thoir honest and intolli gouco If thoy havo inflicted chas Â¬ tisement bocauso of its dealings with tho tariff it has boon rather bocauso tho party did not carry out with sufficient promptness and thoroughness tho work thoy com mittod to it and bocauso thoy havo held tho whole party responsible for tho action of a few of the rop rosontativos in thwarting delaying and maiming this groat work The Â¬ bocomo a law without his sig nataro and it had boon in opera- Â¬ tion too short a timo beforo tho oloction for tho pooplo to soo and approciatoits bonefits Again I do not accopt tho viow that tariff roform has sufforod do Â¬ foat bocauso I havo not anywhoro found Republican candidates advo Â¬ cating a repeal of tho law They havo donounced it in gonoral and declaimod against some rates which thoy doomod locally objectionable but nowhoro presontod an affirma- Â¬ tive platform demanding its ropoal and a roturn to prior conditions In tariff roform as in reforms gon orally it is tho first stop that is tho hardest and I havo always con tended in congross and on the hustings that if wo could once mako a substantial breach in tho protective systom the first roform and its visible bonolits would carry them to a gradual ovorthrow of the ontiro system without any gonoral agitation such as must precodo and mark a first victory and with- Â¬ out tho turmoil and uncertainty which array against such a movo mont as tha part of tho business community which dreads nothing so much as chango By 1890 lot us hopo tho clouds already breaking will havo van Â¬ ished from our skios Tho now bill will thon havo shown its mer Â¬ its tho temporary scaro and resonl ment against it will havo spont thoir force and I do not boliovo tho Republican programmo will call for its ropoal and a rolapso to McKinloyism and mad protection Evory ono knows that such reac Â¬ tion would not moan peaco but a fiorco and unrolenting renewal of tho old struggle OPINIONS OF THE PRESS Tho Democrats of the senate should mako rvory possible effort this winter to pass the house free coal and iron ore bills now on thcheiiulo calendar If the Republicans should resist the passage of tbeso bills by retorting to fillitmstcring they would blunder Uuflalo Courier XK BB8BB38S8EMig8t m WJ TS OVER FOB I L 1 t Men Boys and Children ILargest Stoek IN KENTUCKY THE Kerseys Meltons Beavers Chinchillas and Friezes Made up ill fashion cut long and right up to date We GUARANTEE Prices AND WILL MAKE IT TO YOUK ADVANTAGE IN DOLLARS AND CENTS TO CALL ON US I I 1 I w ft i i TBfl w u amuup ffi fci M Clothiers Tailors and Furnishers LEXINGTON Opposite Phoenix Hotol KY IHJ Hill t iop Aivr mmrr Whatever is done or left undone before 18915 let there bono mistake about one thing if the Democratic party gets squarely on tho wrong side of the currency question that year will see it practically wiped out and its leaders will look back upon the elections of this year with envy New York Times Â¬ tt To thk Trade of Eastehx Kentucky would say thai wo havo received the largost stock of Â¬ Heatnur sua Cook Stoves Ever brought to this section for our Fall trado and bought them as cheap as tho cash could buy them so we aro offering them for upon tho condition upon which it may regain its ascondoncy with the Undoubtedly Amorican pooplo there woro local influences as there were individual candidacies and factional fights that contributed to and emphasizod tho gonoral re Â¬ sult but it must bo admitted that thore woro strong forcos ovory whoro oporativo that roally shaped and brought about that rosult Tho groatost of all thoso forcos was tho sovoro industrial depres Â¬ sion that for a yoar or moro past has hardonod tho lot and mado anxious tho livosof a largo section of our pooplo Hard times is an enemy beforo which no politioal party in Amorica has over mado a successful stand in powor This ib and perhaps always will bo a woakipointin popular govornmont Whon labor is out of omploymont yhou farm products aro low whon our financial system is disorgan Â¬ ized tho wisest administration of govornmont and tho most wholo somo laws do not avail to saro a long and iudofonsiblo dolay in tho The short winter session of the 531 consenate tho sinistor suspicions that gress which will not end until tho 4th of Â¬ party from tomporary and disas- Â¬ trous ovorthrow Moreover tho whole teaching of tho protootivo trains mon to dopond not svijfat dividual fforfc tho plain vir Jmm of induitry thrift and tom- n pwfcnoe for buimwi proaperity ftiul mirW comfort but on gov- AW and lawa of oonsres dd lw thftfc wt to- - fggi Um Ji gathered around certain schedules and dutios as thoy aro framod no whoro more vigorously denounced than in tho Democratic press of tho ontiro country kindled a dis appointiuont and a disgust among tho rank and filo of tho party that lod to apathy and ovon misjudged hostility in tho rocent elections It is hazardous of course to in dulgo in hypothotics but I havo no doubt that had tho bill which passed tho houso on tho first day of Fobruary passod tho sonate as oarly as April or May in substan tially its original shapo tho result in Missouri and in many othor sec Â¬ tions of tho country would havo boon revorsod and tho Democratic party might ovon havo woathored tho industrial storm with credit if Not only did this not success long dolay and tho mutilation of tho houso bill chill and anger tho Democratic massos but it kopt tho business of tho country in tho tor turo of susponso and uncertainty thus hardening and oxasperating tho crisis and storing up wrath against tho wholo party for tho ac- Â¬ tions of a small numborof its pub Â¬ lic sorVants Thp bill as finally paBsod though a groat improvo mont on tho MoKinloy bill was stil 80 obnoxious in somo of its foaturps that tho prosidont allowed next March will be quite long enough to admit of the present tariff being mate rially improved and mado to conform moro nearly to the demands of the coun Â¬ try and tho pledges of the Dcmonntio party IJaltimore Sun Â¬ swift reckoning that is suro to bo visited upon perfidy The people arc watchful and will not fail or bo tardy in chastising a party that omits to do its duty Bal- Â¬ timore News The lesions of the election aro many but tlm most significant and tho one that neither Democrat or Republican can miss is that all parties must realize the tt JLiEJSHS JVECMMTE Y Than over beforo heard of and would kindly solicit your inspection of thoso goods oV writo for prices Wo aro soiling Heating Stoves from 250 up and Cooks from 150 up Our stock all along tho lino is Great as tho landslide has been however it is from its very nature not at all discouraging to Democrats who understand it and tho influences that brought it about With tho full roturn of prosperity this same vast voto will bo as safe tVi iv i mii- niv jvumiii iiiuy jin n vn jiuiivtij an tagonistic to it in tho campaign Wheeling Register Â¬ tt In tho way of Queenswaro Glassware Tin waro etc and our prices Â¬ ARE LOWER THAN THE LOWEST Willi fimln CMliifrwl Â¬ W W REED I A Â¬ Â¬ There is nothimr now for tlm nnrfv n do but to mend its ways wherein its methods havo been faulty and patiently await results Whilo tho reforms which havo been already accomplished and which may bo perfected at tho short ses sion of congress aro doing their own be neficent work in promoting tho public welfare and restoring popular confidence and general prosperity tho Republicans though victors will romain with their hands tied Philadelphia Record Â¬ Â¬ tt s TATE followi b WW4X Agricultural Scientific Mt Sterling Kjr UOLLEGE OF Kentucky Cmn ona Opens SEPTEMBER 10th 1894 Thirty Profossors and Instructors TCiViif Tho re Â¬ sult over tho wholo field of tho nation shows that tho Democrats now as in IS37 and 1S57 aro tho unfortunate lcgn tecs of a long lino of Republican legisla tion culminating in tho panic of 1S1W ooincidently with tho accession to power and that tho unthinking havo accepted tho charge of tho Republicans that it was solely duo to tho chango of policies de- Â¬ creed in 1802 Wo aro tho heirs of a houso uudormincd by its previous occu pants that crumbled and fell soon after wo moved in St Raul Globe It is a triumph of calamity tt f Biological Civil Engineering Mo- i liiiiuuuiu iMiKiuuonnjr nrmni s eiorinarv u assica appointeos rocoived freo of tuition Board in dormitories 5 per wook in privato families 850 to 1 For catalogues apply to JAS K PATTERSON Ph D President gi Vn4 KY l 4 4 LEXINGTON MERCHANTS WW - JOB WHOLESALE - LOT ONLY HOUSE y Â¬ 137 and 139 Race Street t nmMMMi Big Drives infcy imi Cincinnati Ohio Send for our Prico List Ti A mmttammmmmmmmimmmmmmmmmammmmmmmam A hn f ft V TIxE SSQAXiS 1 4 a 10 a m to f 1 1 L E Griggs tho traveling mnn for Trlmblo Bros Mt Sterling wub a guest of tho Day IIouhc Wedneadny Abner Moore of Stillwater purchnsed ill tho L 0 Patrick place near town but will pcrhap3 not move to it before next spring Keep your blood pure and healthy and you will not have rheumatism Hoods Sarsaparilla given the blood vitality and richness u 12 W SHORT STREET LEXINGTON KY jEHRoguinr Moals 25 conts MoalB to ordor at all hours Breakfast from 6 to 9 a m 1J SwkSBfili Ji - p in Suppor from 5 to 0 p m Dinntr froM v vOysters Lamb Fries Fish and Chicken a Specialty giuts taUxgajxw wvtmnwi ACADEMY NOTES fr Jt - W H Oliver spent from Thursday till Sunday at his fathers home near PIg n o v i Mrs William Brewer of Oriwsy has This was a sick chicken last week but ur thanks for a pic melon with which now he am dead wo will sweeten tho tooth of ye editor Tcxnn Anln Heard From and his better J Plano Texas Nov G 1894 Enrrou Herald Enclosed find 60 Bill OHair Frank Creech and others of tho g o p fired anvils Wednesday cents for which you will please send mo night to celebrate their victory and the worth of it if you are still holding forth I do not know your subscription shoot out free trade rates but I will get them if I get tho pa Albert the little 8 year old son of Mr per Yours etc Wes Ely and Mrs William Brown of the Sprad A Suggentlun llnjr neiibbnrhnnd died Saturday nipht Thursday the 29th inst being set of croup and wns buried Son div apart as a day of thanksgiving wo would Dr Elliston representing the drug suggest that the pastors of the various house of Pntton Bros CatletNburg wiw churches in this place agree to buhl a in town Tusdav displaying h bndire upon union meeting in one of the houses of which wa printed Im a Democrat worship Wo have much to be thankful for tho past year and such a service and want no sympathy would be a fitting way in which to ex A three months old child of Joe Mil- Â¬ press our gratitude If a meeting of ler and wif near town died Sunday this kindis held doubtless those who at and was buried at the home place cf tend will leave tho sanctuary feeling that Mr Millers mother Mrs Linden of it was good to have been there fJillmore rrrek on Monday Common SutiHi Curtis Pieratt has ben con fi nod to the Should be used in attempting to cure home of bis parents Elder T T Pieratt that very disagreeable disease catarrh and wife bv illness for two weeks rmt As catarrh originates in impurities in but this oflice was not informed of the the blood local applications can do no fact until Tuesday iiiuht last permanent good The common sense Charley Uhl reprcaentinc Ted Pee method of treatment is to purify the is no blc Co drv poods and notions Ports blood nnd for this purpose there pato Hoods Sarsa mouth Ohio registered at the Dav preparation superior ri la House yesterday and has since been displaying his samples to our merchants Hoods Pills cure constipation by restoring peristaltic action to the alimen- Â¬ Mr Quicksall manager of the mill in Hazel Green requests us to say to tary canal Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Flat 8 Adams returned Sunday after- Â¬ noon from Magoffin county French of Stanton visited his J brother C E French at tho Homo SatM Â¬ JL iii7n nHILL fflTFIRST riitnrn Tv GREEN -- ACADEMY 1804 05 u J o I fcw C I SESSION -- OTT o TERM BEGAN MONDAY SEPTEMBER 3 J urday W Chester of Powell county was with J M French nt tho Homo Saturday A complete Faculty that is in sympathy with the educational Interests of I fuitiirtlr vJ Studies in all dopartnicHtfl of school work carried on ExiKNsus Fon Twenty Weeks Matriculation Board E E Atkinson was in Maytown on Wednesday attending to some business matters for the principal II C Lacy enrolled on Monday the lHh inst Arbor Day Yes and seventeen beau tiful trees were planted in the Academy yard by our boys whilo tho girls and smaller boys raked the yard and cleaned it of all debris and trus h Â¬ Appropriate exercises will bo held about April 1st next and tho trees will bo dedicated This will be a notable event Gravel walks will be made in front of the yards of the Home and Academy and in a part of College avenue next wedk Co are making a splendid Tieratt pavement in front of their premises Citizens of our Who will bo tho next town all who have property wont you make pavements along your prem- Â¬ Theso walks can be made ises this fall at a small expense a d they will add materially to the looks of our town as well as to its conveniences Â¬ Dealer in General Merchandise on a Cash Basis Largest Stock Lowest Prices MEi WM 3K Tuition Washing Music per lesson One hnlf payable In advance Deduction for sickness protracted two weeks or more Free scholarships to one pupil from each of twenty counties Enroll the first day and apply yqursclf and you will Join with all in say- - tg J in Iluel CI roc n Acadomv is tho host and cheapest Bchool in EiitUorn Kontunkv SSl If parents or cuardians have duujihtsrs thov want to nut in a lrat clasn o lirst gnule school they should write us for piirtiotilnrs heforo arranging to send elsewhere We can educate voiiiil men and youiik women for aliout half hat it would cost in tins llluo jjrnss Wo will uompuro with any of kg them Send for Catalogue for particulars 1 00 40 00 10 00 4 00 35 ffl OORUFj IPxtfncipal 2t J TAYLOR DAY if ii 1 t u West All OK tho public that he will bo ready to errind Editor Hkiuld Dear Sir I have their grists tomorrow and that from now on the mill will be in operation for the just received tho minutes of Enterprise Association and have criticised them accommodation of the people and find them a perfect job I therefore T S Tripling representing the B F say in behalf of the editor that it is the Gravely tobacco company of Henry best job of minute printing that I have county Virginia was a guest of the Day ever seen from any oflice and I can The stock running on tho streets is a and for tho enter- cheerfully recommend the work of The nuisance Where is tho officer to enforce bouse Wednesday Is he indictable tainment of his friends did some very Hkuald office to all who desire to have the stock law tricks amusing sleieht-of-hanjob printing done especially minutes Miss Bertie Phillips of Montgomery James Lacy and wife have moved to either for style neatness or accuracy county spent from Friday till Sunday at jfiMMgfeThc Safest Best and MOST RELIABLE Agency Lacy creek where Uncle Tim will engage And will further say to all sister Assoin Eastern Kentucky Hates Reasonable Homo visiting her brother Henry in farming Tlis departure from town ciations who desire first class work of the in town makes jolly John Pieratt the oldest liv Â¬ this kind that Tin Herald will give and friends ASSETS OVER W F Lykins ing citizen in the place and he is not yet perfect satisfaction Newton Congleton of Moncfco county Grassy Creek Ky 110 Put ho moved here in July 18G6 was tho guest of Henry Phillips at the LOSSES and there is not now in tho town a citi- Â¬ Tho Cord ttoliliison Nuptial Home from Friday till Sunday zen who was here at that time In tho Christian church in this city Address A HOFFMAN Mt Sterling Ky Thursday evening last at six oclock L C Patrick and family left this on Tho next term begins Monday Dec Mr Rodney Cord of morning for Fay wood Woodford county by Elder Tinder 81 instead of tho twenty first of Janu- Â¬ neighborhood they will make Mason and Miss Nettie daughter of Mr ary as announced in the catalog in which Mrs Solomon ltobertson of this their future home Mr Patrick is a and hard working honest farmer and alto- city One of our best entertainments on tho is just now ia rocoipt of n full lino of The church was beautifully decorated gether a good citizen To the people evening of December 21 at tho Academy occasion and tho wedding was among whom they are to locate we can for the Academite most charming events that commend these peoplo and wo bespeak one of tho ever taken place in this community J M Ilnvons jowoler hns locni for them a welcome to Woodford county has The bride was dressed in white silk gown od in Ilazol Groon and will bo James Kyrd was thrown from his elaborately trimmed with point lace found at tho storo of John M Roso wagon hero this morning and sustained whilo the groom wore the conventional Bring your watches and fino jowol painful though not serious injuries black suit ry to him for repairs Ho is a passing tho bouso of Frank Tyler While The bride entered tho church leaning first class workman and guaran Â¬ Â¬ and barked at the horses a dog ran out on tho arm of her father whilo the tees his work at tho most reasoncaused them tf which frightened them and groom accompanied tho minister The able prices and overturn tho wagon which party met nt the altar and very grace- Â¬ to wheel was smashed up considerably Mr liyrd fully grouped for tho ceremony bad one shoulder dislocated a finger Tho wedding march was played by broken and was bruised about the head Mrs J N ltoss and the delicato touch SPECIAL OFFER face to the and of the thorough musician added The success of the Klectropoiso in curing prominent and much charm of tho occasion A C Swnnso a every form and many paMcFsra Clifton Fisher H M Potts dihciscof almost respected citizen of Maytown died at beyond recovery has caused a wide U Poso acted as tients 4 that place Monday evening last about John Darnell and I and growing demand fortho little doctor Sample 10a oclock His funeral was preached at ushers Tumors abscesses scrofula cancer paral ifritlinwT Tho bridal couple left on the 018 train lsttlmo AlIeRTo the Maytown church Wednesday mom Â¬ ysis chronic and acute rheumatism and neu tho re for tho grooms home in Mason county WM ins nt 10 oclock after which ralgia many cases of female troubles some tho Holderby Quito a number of handsome bridal were conveyed to mains T T oil innltrA f All ml f lift ttfttf cases of total and partial blindness deaf Tvw ha Claims a place abovo tha mi M Absolutely pure and vliolcMtne Mil burying ground near Hazel Green where presents were received ness Urightfi disease kidney and bladder Wo congratulate tho groom on his suc With ten pcnntc pet a sunvplo Of your droceran y day Masonic honors 2 J no your pennies will ro pay they were buried with ailments have been cured in such a short If it Â¬ large crowd attended the obse- cess in winning so good a girl as Mhs while as to border on the miraculous The mif- - Sclent Fnllnrotlicro will never Quite a Those who use Q C U J Omit X For bucccmj will ov cr fol - low family noted delega- Nettio Sho comes of Write treatment is simple and effective quies among whom was a large headed for tho good wives it produces and wo for terms of rental and sale and special rea tion of Masons from this place Master John II Pieratt feel sure this will bo no exception sons why you should get ono this month by Worshipful Carliso Mercury Addrm QuLLer City Ji P Co JikhmoP- imf also letters from well known people testi Tho family has our sympainy llntinrn ofi OtllttllttlltN rot Catarrh That fying to its curative merit Contain Mercury Frederick Push of Fast Third Mr du hois wkbii of As mercury will surely destroy the sense r0f Fourth Avenue Louisville Ky street passed tho 88th anniversary Tsui ill If and completely deranco tho birth on Friday Ho is a highly of smell his of whole system when entering it through Kuch articles esteemed respected and useful citizen surfaces remarkably tlio mucous ho used except on prescripshould nover old Virginia stock and is his ngo tions from reputablo physicians as tho 621 well preserved for a man of HAZEL GIIEEN KY to inmnm thov will do is ten fold to tho Many of his friends called upon him han cood you can possibly derive from them Is tho only firm in the town which congratulations Friday Loxington Halls Catarrh Cure manufactured by P dies tho justly celebrated oiror Â¬ Transcript Nov 11 J Cheney Co Toledo Ohio contains abovo referred to is no mercury mm is uikcu internally act Tho gentleman from the wholesale house of Â¬ and out ing directly upon the blood nnd mucous our respected father-in-lasystem In buying Halls Join- surfaces of the picturof her pa Xi fnvrlt Curo bo Btiro you get tho gen- of his many ing in tho congratulations uino It is taken internally and inado PORTSMOUTH OHIO tho greet Toledo Ohio by F J cfieuoy Co xf riendsvo most heartily adopt S J5JvVhen tou want tho WEST footwear llvo Testimonials free Sold by druggists ho notly ing of RlpVanVinkl6May give him a call Trice 75c per bottle ffV long nnd prosper Â¬ Imswaa FIRE HOFFMANS PAID d s LIFE ACCIDENT AgeiA 26000000 27500000 1 Â¬ Pll Â¬ Mrs F N DAY Dress Goods Dress Trimmings Notions Etc Etc Trimmed Hats from 100 up Fall and Winter Hats ELECTROPOISE Â¬ Q MAKER C ITr BAKING S1 I POWO ER Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ fHon-rattrl-nlsn- ll Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ lfSiiesJIfit 17 UM Â¬ John M Rose J bet-tor-iit- Â¬ Solicits orders from merchants for Boots and Shoes Tinware Stoves Ranges Stovepipe Elbows Mantels Grates HolCPTracyCo lo ware Cutlery c c Send for complete catalogue and pric wm o W Main Street LOUISVILLE KY mu aaa awva is if cy lit V-i i jmjumz 2ES3CSasa - wmmmmmfflMiwtmmiimmi v MemnBtMwoMi tsaorp jswagxirogrtfti i DISLIKE THE TELEGRAPH The ChlHene lltgurd It rh InKtrumcnt Two American bicyclers Allen and Srtchtlcfocn tell In the Century of tliclr Irish nulla tX recent number of Jjondon Truth meeting with Chinnuian in the henrt haH compiled the following1 specimens of the ilowcry kingdom who cleotriflod of Irish bulla Irish Profekor in Chrm them by addressing- - them In the purest lie woo ono of thnt parly ifttry Tho aubstnnco you too hi thi3 EnyllHh vial 1b tho most dcndlv of nil noisoiix of mandarins sons which hod been A nglo drop placed upon the tonmo sent over to our country tome yearn ofia cat in enough to kill the strongest ago as nn experiment by the Chlncpo thorough man Alndy Tnvlfuci to a very ru Rovcrnmcnt to rccclv ehorchc mimical party had mot with American training Wo cannot hep an accident to hct frout teeth which Klvc tllc history of that experiment an therpjvns no time to repair Jsliemitl Mr- - Woo related it how they Were accused of cutting Off iJwlll corao and us dure not openJ mmputhlArlhAnqiAoll y4u friends jMligirttiip ricH and becomjiig denational am deaf atfd mipt Uvt Vppregiute mu j cmicncc tlifc were A young lieutenant folng out to recalled to their native land and de tile Inlia with his regiment writing homo tfraded rather than elevated both byÂ¬ 0 people and tlio government be abput the country says The climate they were foreign In their tontt ts magnificent hut a lot of young fci- - j en lowscomo ontJuivetanfltrrlnlciuidifat nnt9 nnd habits and how at kut and cat and drink and die and then they gradually began to force rccogni- AVrito homo nnd ktiy it was tlio elirantu tlon througli the power of merit alone lie nau now neon sent out oy uie gov Â¬ that did it ernment to engineer the extension of Our citizens to the number of two or tliQ tolegniph line from Stt chou to three hundred gathered on the luirnt Uruintsi for it was feared by tho gov Â¬ district here on Inst Monday afternoon ernment tluit tho employment o a for- Â¬ nt two oclock to witness the exhibition eigner in this capacity would only in inVclc by the Cincinnati Tin and Japan crcase the power for evil which tho na Â¬ Fire Extineuishnr Co TIjo test was tives already attributed to this foreign given under the personal HtipcrvMnn of innovation The similarity in the Mr Herman 15 Wells president of the phrnscu telegraph pole and dry heaven company of Cineinnati and Mr W V had Inspired tho common belief that Snyder tho local agent of Georgetown tho line of polos then stretching across Ohio and was satisfactory in every tho country was responsible for tho reHpect clearly demonstrating the Stem long exihling drought In one nhu pic Extinguisher to ho one of the best several miles of poles were saod short methods yet devised or invented for the off by tho secret order of a banded controlling of ire conspiracy After suvornl decapita Â¬ A structure of pine boards was built tions tho poles were now being re- Â¬ and after being thoroughly saturated stored and labeled with the words with coal oil a match was applied The extinguisher was then turned on and tin 1ut up by order of the emperor fire put out in about ten seconds All PARIS SEWER BOOTS Who witnessed the test were thoroughly satisfied that the Stemple will do all and How They r LtUiiMi In rInklntf rino SIioch for Indlert more than is claimed for it The head Speaking of tho fashions brings us to quarters of the company are SE Cor an odd discovery which has recently Svcamore and Canal rfts Cincinnati been made TJiero is a small shop on Winchester Oliio ilornld the other side of the Seine in the Rue SiENCEii CooiKU Hazel Green Ky des Eeoles which deals exclusively Agent for Wolfe and Morgan counties with the second hand boots of the men who work in sewers These boots savs Ho Wan nt Afraid nf It a Paris letter are furnished by the Sir Francis Johnson chicf justico state and come half way up to the of tho superior court of Province of thigh and each man is allowed a new Quebec on one of his circuits in the pair every six months When eastern townships during tho winter cost nine dollars when soldnew they uecond put up aba country hotel The night hand they realize the modest sum of Â¬ was bitterly cold and tho hotel pro- fifty cents but as at least six thousand prietor was not extravagant in hiufucl pairs per annum are sent to tho Hue supply or in the weight of his blankets Eeoles It makes quite a booming Tho judge put over his bed coverings des industry his heavy coat and other clothes Btill Tho is so to these tho wind and arctic frost became colder speak leather of by the boots tanned alkaline and and colder and sleep ho found impos- greasy water in which the sewer-cleaner- s sible It was after midnight and no so perpetually paddle ono round to make a lire Tho judge eogerly bought for by and they are tho great arosoi and puttlngon his slippers and Parisian bootmakers for this leather dressing gown went into tho passage being at once tough and light berves and shouted with all bin power Firo to sustain tho eurvo of the Louis XV Tn a few seconds tho whole lire lire heel At first this was done by a piece of tho hotel Was aroused and each of iron but that was heavy and clum Â¬ frightened ono inquiring where it was sy so finally the ingenious dealer Then cmiiq tho proprietor ranting upon this substitute to the delight hit of and seared ho ran for tho judge and tho sewer elenners who realised a Where In tho lire modest sum and the content of screamed out the where is ItV The judge with a merry fashionable bootmaker whose shoes Thats twinkle in his eye replied A good profited Py tlio cnangc out tne great what I am trying to ilnil lady whoso satin shod feet glide over lire was at onco mado in the hall and the earth with such majesty of gait tho rest of tho night patted in comfort little knows that one of the component San Francisco Arg aut parts of her dainty footgear has risen Henry Wilson postniastorat Welshton from a sewer to reach her Florida savs lie cured a caseof diarrluea THE GRAVE OF LAFAYETTE of longstanding in six months with one small bottle of Chamberlains Colic Chol- An A in cir lean Fine llim AhvnjH WmvciI Ovor It What a era and Diarrheal Kcniedy While in Paris a short while ago pleasant surprise that must have been to the sufferer Hueh cures are not unusual said a traveler recently according to with this remedy In many instances the Washington Post it occurred to only ono or two doses a re required to give mo that it was a fitting act to make a permanent relief It can always bode pilgrimage to the tomb of that illustri- Â¬ Whon reduced with water ous Frenchman dear to the hearts of ponded upon it is pleasant to take For salo by John all American patriots Marquis de T asued a number of peo Â¬ La Fayetto M Hose f could lind anyone to en- Â¬ ple before lighten me ns to the spot but after re Â¬ CHINA peated Inquiry ascertained its location Tun sails of Chineso j unka are shaped The grave is situated in old Pnrh within tho grounds pf a convent that llko tho wings of an insect China hno an academy of manners tho ancestors of La Fuyotto founded that prescribes etiquette for tho whole and where repose the romninn of many of tho French nobility empire The first thing that attracted my China jalloro aro supported by Is contributions from the prisoners and attention in connection with the heros tomb was that above it floated a bllken their friends It A MnmciNAr agent is found in tho tlag bearing the Stars and Stripes China- nnd seems that a good many years ago an cockroach of southern American gentleman therefore this insect la considered sa Â¬ sum of money to bo left in his will a used for tho special cred purposo of keeping an American Hag A CinxKsn encyclopedia which in tho Chinoao comprises five thousand forever flying above the grave of LaÂ¬ Fayotto It without itmd twenty volumes is about to bo mission fromlias done sothe will intertho day went Drltish mu- Â¬ added to tho library of the into effect and whenever through tho seum wear of the elements pmfour millions of cdiblo dogr aro unserviceable a new ono Hag becomes ono unnuallv sacrificed to doltirht tho nal takes its place Through straightwayÂ¬ untold cen atealof itho Chlnose These animals turies the emblem of the country havo bluish black tongues and never which in Its early struggles for liberty baric had hia beneficent aid will wave above For n pain in the side or chest thore fa his ashes nothing so good as a piecoof flannodam Loan Thy glory fills tho Heaven pened with Chamberlains Pain Halm and Richard Jlant It was bound over tho seat of tho pain It af was tho work of u hymn in tho Roman translated from fords prompt and permanent relief and if usu in time will often prevent a cold breviary was JUow yet tho trumpet blow from resulting in pneumonia Thinsamo treatment is a suro euro for Intno back ono of tho several hymns written by Chorion Wosloy for New Ycaruday It For srIo by John M Itoso was first used In 1750 Tuk governor general of Canada re- Â¬ is a transla- Â¬ Comi Saviour Josus ceive r enlary of 810000 a year of a French hymn by the pious tion Tho f Tnn fortune of tho now French pros- - mystic Antoinette Uourignon wfia is variously ostlmijcd at from translator is unknown ttOOO to 82 5000000 Comu O my soul In Bncred layB was llcilvily insured woman In written by Thomas Ilhicklock a blind united States Is the widow of Sen Â¬ man It contains ft pathollo ulluslon dee ntmt iV California Tho policies to tho poets condition llfe Hurrcgato MO000 Mrs E HmoiiTEST nnd best of tho sons of OiWw of Klmira N Y probably tho morning was written by Reginald v Hpber and first published In tlio Chrhy 1811 tlan ObserTor iu 1 If WTOtt OOOPCIt Editor of Evil PERSONS AND Tnnnn aro flf ty ven thousand women engaged lrt farming In tho United thngs States wirrp a wMwmm ammb Zft 6Sfess W tin siW t last year Onk THOUSAND carloads of pocket flasks for liquor were used In Cincinnati Used for Filling and Extracting Without Pain or Danger of coal was in England iu the year Tub first known instance of tho nee 850 Best Set of Teeth Vitalized Air Administer Teeth Extracted eel 900 S5 cents If rt fqcntly jzVlVn I I holding hia head under water until un- Â¬ consciousness resulted Fish in the Puget sound cities nro cheaper than ever before Large hali Â¬ but sell for twenty live cents each Many fish of unusual idzo are being taken by the fishing boats Recently a halibut weighing 170 pounds wa brought ashore THE LABOR WORLD Nkw Zealand has fey tramps Ciiicaoo has many barbers Thbiiis is a wild animal trust Iowa runs a free labor bureau Dbthoit has sixty union teamstcri Detkoit Is to have a daily labor lb was then called fossil fuel A itonat at Passaic N J committed uuicide by wading into a canal and 50 cents W m Yrk Itnlil Wm Mm Over Opera House LEXIXGTOX KY R H HODGEN D D S Manager matmLKmiamvmmmvm -- ALL WORK GUARANTEED FfliMiSgiMtMffgHpmMMlWLyilflril3WPlWKTrrU7Jlt lJWilCTtlJ I tps l Y7 Uli L JL paper Lot your first entry bo a resolution not lo buy until you havo scon us fo Lonkok printing trades will amalga- Â¬ mate Dktkoit painters talk of organizing a state union Ciiicaoo barbers have organized for Sunday closing Indian a Ioih negro saloon keepers have organized MrsKiON saloonkeepers havo abol- Â¬ ished free lunch SPARKS ing at them Hi FROM MANY FLINTS kV Carpets Curtains Bugs aro what thoy seem Oil Cloths Mattings Thing You will run no clmnco There will bo no dismppointmenU in storo for you v ry rr Yonit cook is a very haudsomc girl She mnshes jvotatoos by look- Â¬ She b Your B HKfLMtea hTJSA HUGH HIOKS MANAGEK LEXINGTON KY trmCIXBtTf MafKHnuJOmUai Only one She faces beautifully Syracuse Post Even a clothesline becomes unsteady when it has too many sheets In the wind London Answers Mr Passeigh has a romark Etiiei Maud Yes ably fresh complexion I never saw such a young head on such old shoulders Truth Commercial Traveler popping the Oh Frauline Anna may I question offer you my heart extra quality dur Â¬ able indestructible thisere Qeselis -- friend I hear paints 7 N Broadway wMrmim JttmnrnmimmmiimiminujmlMlwfjmqlvrrm As it is Springtime of course everyone will want to clean house and must have A New Carpet or Matting Window Shades or House Furnishing Goods Â¬ chaft A On man-of-w- ar Â¬ and permission was given the men to go ashore for the day The sailors amused themselves in various ways among others by riding on donkeys and their want of experience in this line caused much merriment An of Â¬ ficer observing one of the men sitting far back on the animal instead of the usual position called out I say Jack With an in- Â¬ get ip more amidships jured air tho sailor replied Well sir this is the first craft that I ever com manded in my life and its hard indeed If I cant ride on the quarter deck If I like Â¬ Â¬ Such ns Bedroom Suits Cheap Bedstead Rockers Pianos Organs Bureaus Tables Mattress and everything that you can find in a iirst class Furniture House Wc have the largest line of Carpets in Eastern Kentucky and our Furniture is the latest and at rock bottom prices Be sure to call and Hoard nf n Uonlcoy see us at MASONIC TEMPLE was lying off Gibraltar Mt Sterling Ky 03 3r BUY 5MB k IP AND H - fc WB R MUilMiilMliul W A McGuirc a well known citizen of McKay Ohio is of tho opinion that there is nothing as pond for children troubled with colds or croup as Chamberlains Cough Remedy lie has ucd it iu his family for several years with the best result and always keeps a bottle of it in the house After having lagrippe ho was himself troubled with a severe cough lie used other reniedicu without benefit and then concluded to try the childrens medicine and to his delight it o and seen ellected a permanent cure Â¬ WmwM AVE YOUR HOU SE CHEAP SIMPLE RELIABLE it does not pay for time and trade lobt while HANDY BRIC-A-BRA- C - February an affectionate wifi and tender mother and devoted to dresc if in March a frivolous chatterbox somewhat given to quarrel iug and a connoisseur in gowns and bonnets if in April Inconsistent not very intelligent but likely to bo good looking and studious of fashion plates if iu May handsome amiable and given to style in dreus if in June impetuous will marry oarly be frivolous and like dressy clothes if iu July possibly handsome but with a sulky temper and a penchant for gay attire If in August amiablo and practical likely to marry rich and dross strikingly if in September discreot atTablo much liked and a fashionable dresser If In October pretty and coquettish and devoted to attractive garniture if iu No- Â¬ vember liberal hind of a mild dispo sition and an admirer of stylish dross if in December well proportioned fond of novelty extravagant and a student of drossy effects N Y Jour- Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Want Your niouth V K7T-J-- iy An astrological prediction gives the character of a girl according to tho PSPENCER COOPER Hazel Green Ky moutli sue was uorn m aa iillows Morgan Counties JflCSTCnll and soo the Littlo If a girl is born in January she will bo a prudent housewife given to mel Â¬ ancholy and fond of fine clothes if in Insurance mny cover actual loss of goods burned but re establishing business PREVENT THE F1KE WITH A STEMrEL agent for Wolfe ana Wonder DEALER IN WA j And a Full Line of Agricultural Implements hiNSWARF wvw Htu m tchell Owcnsboro Wagons McCormick ISindcrs and Mowers Wagons si Whiteley s bolul Steel Binders and Mowers fiSTllepairs kept in stock for McCormick Whitolov and Champion jrachinery Granger and Tiger Hay Bakes Avery and Malta Double Shovel Plows v nal Thu Uorscti Kara The Best and Cheapest Cook Stoves and Ranges on the Market Qiieensware at Cut Throat Prices MANTELS AND GRATES Tho Farmers Friend - Jf -- When the horse sleeps it Is said that ono ear is directed forward why is not known A writer in tho English Me- Â¬ chanic thinks this Is to guard against danger being a survival of their orig- Â¬ inally wild habits He says Watch a horse asleep through tho window of his stable and make a faint noise to tho front That ear will bo all atten- Â¬ tion aud probably tho other will tly round sharply to assist Now let him go to uleep again and malco tho same noise to tho left Tho forward ear still will keep his guard with possibly a lightning flick round only to resume Ita foriasr noftVion EX MITCHELL f btrect wiu i y Hr JNorth Maysville nmnmimmrmtxmumxmMXsmsmmmmnmwwwwwn m II UKIIIIWIIMm Mt Sterling i c Tvv j m JMH ew5ijsii n UJ X Btell TRIMBLE BROTHERS tM w W t id MT v 1 STERLING KY Mnmimtfmfm MiSimyjMMVQ 5ji a J - e r c - VI- - frwvj - v- it 4 C HwfaMjWiianiiiuiLijijjujtiH5rij - r - mj ijlmi i 5 f r Bk I I A r Frfl If Jk THE WHY OF IT The Womnn of Different XatlonalltlM White spots appear on tho fcails be Â¬ Knnlly Dlstln ctilitlicrt cause the vascular tissuo underneath is You can tell nt a glance the French attached to the substance woman from the American tho latter bit from some accidental of tho nail cauho suci from tho English woman and yet says blow occasionally becomw wmv- tho Pnrlij Nuw York Herald each wom Â¬ WITH THIS ISSUE an is a perfect type day after a heavy snowfall h Well dressed The Frenchwoman Hyvcry clear because tho tv wears a very large hat or exquisite i brings down with it mK toque her chiffon bloubo has short Umt and impurities of tho uhTPW vT hIoovcs nnd is made with turndown love tho atmosphere exceedingly collar her gloves arc very long reach Â¬ ing far above tho elbow and although cLn Mn room is bad for lcephijj white are perfectly clean and fresh Mi o air once breathed purls with a She has a waist at whatever sacrifice f its oxygen end tVMtuinn an also hips She wears a white veil iiviotit amount of carbonicacid gate j which tiho never puts on under her hat ir breathed six time will not support and when slio walks which is seldom it is on the tips of her toes koixo the flesh with even tho Tho well dressed English woman fiu t noodle hurts because the nerves wears in tho morning a mans colored i an mj thickly matted just nntjur tho j shirt with white collar a mans neck- i that not even the finest point can tie a tailor made white drill or Holland i introduced without wounding one or j jacket and skirt a pretty hat with How- - in ve ers with veil plastered over the face to Tun ears of most defenseless animals keep the fringe in curl liU tho rabbit arc turned backwards She has a good figure and is very tall because these creatures are in eon does not wear high heels and uses her si ant apprehension of pursuit hunting whole foot when walking animals have their ears turned for- Â¬ The American woman is a combina- tion of these twq With great ncuto ward nesS she selects the best points of each FROM THE PEN OF GREAT MEN AS BOYS but you would never take her for any- Â¬ Keats it is said was born iu a llvory body but herself She is rather inclined to the enormous hats of the French stable Powers tho sculptor spent his youth but she does not wear short sleeves on a farm and low necks with them She is always appropriately dressed James Monroe spent his boyhood in and has a costume for every occasion the country which always seems the very best Jonx Caivix was an apprentice at tho V X thing that she could have chosen She coopers trade to have calculated all weathers seems Paoaxini began his career as a child and all occurrences with an eye to her laborer in a factory dress hence her success Turner the painter spent hi3 boy- Â¬ Our rondors will bo plons hood in a barber shop POPULAR SCIENCE od with our now story Irvino the The Sierra Nevada range of moun Â¬ hi Edwarditi a lanyard preacher spent youth Tho nnmo of tho author tains in California is nearly live hun- Â¬ ItousPEAUs boyhood was spent in tho dred miles long seventy wide and from alone ia guarantee of that seven thousand to nearly fifteen thou- Â¬ homo of a watchmaker George Fox was brought up in the sand feet high ti humble home of a weaver Science tells us that the body of Washingtons boyhood and youth every human being weighing one hun- Â¬ dred and fifty pounds contains one were passed in the country iSciiuiikiit was educated for a school poind of salt Also that every one of us needs in a year about fifteen pounds teacher but preferred music Rutherford 11 Hayes was a good The Story is Entitled of salt The aerial space within the limit of scholar and a modest kindly boy our vision is calculated to have a di- Â¬ ameter of 420000000 miles and a cir GATHERED HERE AND THERE cumference of 1329742000000 miles The French levy a tax to And this is only a fragment of tac im- Â¬ the amount of S300 a ton on coffee mensity of space The sultan oJohorc wears an elec- Â¬ The frequency of storms in Nebraska tric light in his sliirt front is due to the fact that not only do There are now in Japan 377 many originate there but the storms churches and 43 missionaries Christian of Dakota move southeast and those Â¬ There is of Kansas and Texas northeast gener- Â¬ try to everyono milch cow in this counfour inhabitants ally passing through Nebraska on their The pecan trees of Texas yield every easterly course t Meteorologists say that the heat of ycary 9000000 pounds of nuts isvw SSftftl A gallon of alcohol can bo mado tho air is due to six sources 1 That from a bushel of sweet potatoes from the interior of the earth 2 that 3st The ancient Egyptians considered it from the stars 3 that from the moon unhoalthful to wash a child until it 4 that from the friction of the winds and tides f that from tho meteors was at least three years old A Frederick Md man has an old G that from the sun boiler which he claims belonged to tho Â¬ The photographers of tho Paris ObAnd iswritton in Captain servatory have just finished for the first boat propelled by steam Kings lmppiost vein Academy of Sciences the clearest view of the6rB7nary over secured of tho moon They have A second hand hearse with tho top photographed her surface in sections cut off does duty as a wagon on the which fit making a great image five feet in diameter The work is so per Â¬ Milo Mo poor farm boy Slater Mo has a fect that towns forests and rivers who rides a grown up bicycle by stand Â¬ would be perceptible if they existed ing on ono side of it with both feet on ono pedal CURRENT HUMOR Jim Crow an Indian boy of Mar Â¬ TnE man who invented work evident- Â¬ inette Wis recently had his leg cut ly had nothing to do FlicgcncTo lilat off while trying to save a dog from be Â¬ tor ing crushed by a train Almost any mortal can resist the Sam Coulter of Crawfordsvillo Ind temptation to steal when to steal is un- Â¬ was an unreconstructed rebel Awhile necessary Galveston News ago he bought a suit of blue clothes PwscnLA Dont you envy my Neighbors made so much fun about his luck Isnt Tack Murray a splendid wearing the blue at last that ho left follow to have for a fiance Prunella the church O yes I know that from experience An Auburn Me artist fell off a lad Â¬ Truth der with a hod of bricks It was his If meditatively muttered the lucky day Hod and man went over funny boarder it is true as some the fellow below without hurting him scientist asserts chickens really talk The falling man struck on a spring Â¬ tho language of two thirds of them board and hounded off unhurt Uuffalo must be pretty blamed tough The old Pomroy drum in Uangor Courier Me was first beaten at Louisbourg Youre not in love Robbie You when Great IJritain and the colonists only think you are Well how the humbled Franco Now it is beaten dickens am I to find out my mistake if cvory Fourth of July to celebrate tho t y O marry the humbling of llritain by the colonists I am mistaken young woman by all means liar p cra Bazar HOME HINTS DoiiRS Sir Isaac Newton um yes Do not attempt to extinguish the he was one of tho founders of Punch flames of blazing oil with water it will was ho not Goodness no Fobbs Why only make them worse Pour corn Dobbs Whafdo you mean quickly over them or ho was tho discoverer of the law of meal or Hour rug or anything handy throw over a gravity Harlem Life that will exclude the air Take proper care of tho kitchen sink MULTUM IN PARVO Much disease is caused by not using TitATEr makes a wiso man bettor proper precautions Keep it fresh and nnd a fool worse Fclthnm glo aim is to ploaso our clean by Hushing it ovory day with eye negotiate for itself boiling water in which has been dis Â¬ Let every patrons no mntlor what nntl trust no aont Shakcspoaro solved a little bit of copperas tho cost Tho monoy wo SniiMciTV of character Jts the nat Grease may bo taken out of carpets profound thought the spot with powdered ural result of by covering Xny for thoso ntorios Hazlitt French chalk laying a soft brown pa Â¬ Wiiex people ever are in the wrong per over tho chalk and covering with a each lino they add is much too long warm iron Tills is an old fashioned method but just as good as now Prior US OUT v Menu your gloves with lino cotton Six may open bright as the morning but it will end dark as the night Till instead of silk It will soil iu a day mage and taking tho color of the gloves not for pur will not show while tho silk which- - is A max ia called selfish and suing his own good but for neglecting glossy will remain on ovidenco your everybody that constantly remind his neighbors Whatoly r even to ray life is ijidyesnroniorfded What is mine hors I love but the secret of my friend You can relieve that headache- you i is not mine Sir P Slttiioy i j J Mcgrimineat a Tiik moment an i can bo patiently have by buying bpxofpoison Tiii HutfABD office It- willonly cost boruq it is disarmed of its Atidgottho opening chap though not of its pain II W Beechcr 50 cents and fs soldbnnpoailivo guar I TOLD BY THEIR DRESS sz k t A i m 1 Jwwwwmiiiii - wwii einwj nK frf MMHqM W-i i m JI WWftTBKk3TflS9Wi3 1fm tfny- - Livery Feed and Sale HA2ILL Q KEEN KY JH fwmww r art if VH PIER ATT Stablt Dnuhlv ant SIrrIs Sniltile Ittftatt for hire JMrtlea eshve to any point on reajtea nhle jeriiia J f i il nir yTiEmtb WSALJ31US IN m Hid ii T tr I I - ivlll tlonroriuK 1 -- uti til tu all cidla for aue ami sollolt IiuIiivkm of this kind UvtnoctftillY Ap mil U PJEttATT Im e v if m totKWrtKKKW mm I GbiM Si Imfow 1111 I i If il nine T frifra0frfrnKofr Opera House Hlwk A now STORE lit r I Jl i litOXINtiTON KYv and wirofully selecte Â¬ ed Stuck of tho 00KKO-voo0-frd0- Gapt Ohas King Live Stock AND LATEST STYLES i and at prices that defy compe- Â¬ tition fcAmie ami see us Respectfully Mrs MAGGIE HOWARD Country WIB1 YOU WAIT A WATCH Produce T DONT No 1 W0 Or anything in tho hwiljy lino lot mo know it I will fur nifrh you goods worik tueuionoy and YOU Will havo GUARANTEE at homo whore you can ubo it Respectfully FORGET THE PLACE T P RARR THE JJWELER Custom House Block EZKL Jl organ County Ky ENEMIES THREE HAZEL GREEN ICY - tans ra - - - Ti Wnt a a a a a-- a am j There arc with which tho weak pereoa generally has to contend Work regularly consumes his Htrcngth hut often pays for what it takes Worry lights tho candle at tho other Diseabi ties Ids hands and deprives him of power of resistance Who can number the thotiHauds end and never payH at all t 3 OVERCOME BY out Winster N Ml WINCHESTER KY this mighty trio For years wo have fought these consumers of life with lifes own weapon the air wo breathe mado stronger for the combat by tho aid and skill of modern science Our II AVITIIEItSrOON President ten-year-o- ld Read It Have Your Wife Read 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an tee v W Thompson Cash J9 Hfc4i J JLr irtm fHt SWAB lMIAUMtIMM3KS VI V IA vyt jftj rp f mm - if 1 iimii jm n --- it iijiiBBHtBhBwMilBMJBfcjMMBTMMMTrXrMM mil - i r r n i i ii - iw r 72L niaryftim JyST i BlSMlAaiwftMWPw iiiii l Hitniiiiiyxiwiiiinii Vr rf a l iU Lij- - tMI a Barrpfr--rf- py nit It S tv WOLFE COUNTY y Wm Lee City X ochIh may of their Democratic brothers until their supply of ammunition was ex C J imtm rif Â¬ J I Hill for county judge Wo are informed that a difficulty ocher loss curred at KastonH snw mill on tho head Born to the wife of Brooks McGuire on tho 2nd inst twin boys weighing GJ of Walkers creek between J D Spen and G pounds respectively Tho father cer and G W Trcndway Tho trouble arose over tho election Spencer gave is 77 nnd the mother 20 years of age Tread way the lie when Tread way struck G B Mnlonoy dreamed tho night be foro tho election that he saw n rooster him across tho head with a piece of jump upon a log crow flap his wings scantling knocking him down and break and then an caglo swooped down and ing the scantling in ieces Spencer re covered and seizing a pieco of wood carriod tho rooster off Axi knocked Tread way down At this lime MORGAN COUNTY Win Tread way and Dock Adkins interOriinny UrUtn fered and had ft not been for A C Bas -- S W Havens has been suffering for a ton who prevailed on them to desist and week or ten days past with a painful tho fainting of Spencers wife tho diff- Â¬ carbuncle iculty no doubt would have had a serious J Winter set in so early nnd unexpect termination Tixjumsch edly that news hns frozo up in this neck Iuttor from Ituth County o tho woods Sight Seer is to day November Oth Curti Wilson nnd wife of Wolfe at Young Springs Bath county He is COAMty visited relatives at this place in good health and delightfully breath- Â¬ from Saturday until Monday ing tho pure atmosphero of u strange Quito a crowd of friends and relatives vicinity gathered at the residencoof Frank Cecil This is election day and quito a large on tho 8th inst to celebrate tho 79th and orderly crowd aro gnthcrcd here birthday of Harrison Swnngo Mrs Ce This is a very beautiful mountainous cils father Mr Swnngo is one of the country Salt Lick is i nice stream of 1 cadi nc citizens of Wolfe county nnd in water The bottoms alone the creek are excellent health and activo as a young very rich and produce fine crops of corn boy Ho rode homo and back a distance The peoploare very sociable and friendly of 20 miles accompanied by his daugh Â¬ I am making ninny friends Among the ter Mrs Ellen Kash They were more subscribers I have fourd for tho dear old than repaid for their ride for tho table Ukram is Mrs Kato Nickel of this groaned under its load of good things place Sho is an excellent lady and has which goes without saying to any one a beautiful farm nnd attractive resiacquainted with Mr Cecil as his lands dence Sho is tho widow of Captain always flow with milk and honey oven Green Nickell in these lytrd times Bldcr Howard preached here last Sat ClNMJIUHIjA urday and Sunday and Monday at 11 Hill j town iHirtHlluM oclock at Mt Hopo school houso in Miss Hnda Childors is just nlivo anil Rowan county Thero were thirty addi hut little hopo for her recovery Charlie tiona to Christian unity and three bap Childors and his little sister aro sick tized Ho will preach at Licking Union Littlo Carl May is convalescing Miss in Bath county until next Saturday Itosa Kash and Robert Day aro both night November 11th whon he leaves qui to sick for upper Salt Lick church to begin a Tho wlso man Solomon said there was series of meetings ThopooplcgeneraBy no new thing under tho sun Wo all manifest great interest at his meetings know what ho said was true in his day I wish to say to my many friends in and generation but now with the light Eastern Kentucky that I still remember of tho nineteenth century wo must ad them and will bo back to Wolfo and mit that thero are now things happening Morgan counties about tho first or Janu occasionally For instanco On tho Gth ary Will go from Bath to Rowan Car day of November 1891 ono county that ter and Greenup counties has always stood head and shoulder with I mil getting somo subscribers for Tin her sister counties in tho grand old state HiitvM Victory is only gained by inof Kentucky by hor suffrago drives 20 dustry economy patienco and a great miles of railroad not from her borders deal of courage I may hnvo a hard but from hor center Wo understand strugglo but will win despite tho devil now that tho good people of Mt Sterling Sioiit Siiu nro waiting for somo proposition from Jluvo CoIniiiih Majority tho company Wolfo and Hazel Green Advices from Boll Laurel ICnox Clay said nothing until Morgan let go and Whitley Pulaski Way no Adair Rus now Ihoro is nothing in tho way only to sell and Casey indicate Oolsons majority do all wo can to get tho road from Mt at 3000 Adams forces went to Colaon Sterling by way of Hazol Green to Wal rather than see a Democrat elected nut Grove Mr Kditor you ami your Stones vote will reach 12000 tho larg pet Tilii HciurD havo accomplished est ever polled in tho Eleventh 3trict nearly every enterpriso you huvo taken by a Democrat hold ofnow for tho railroad while we Im KVNt lliilyivr Horn aro living WiNourss Tho largest baby at timo of birth of v Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ aire Sebastian of Dayaboro wnSiii Saturday A J Dykea will movo liia grist and myr mill to Daysborotioon A little daughter of Frank Hanks died last Wednesday of lung trouble Mason Vughs wifo has been Hick tho past week but is uovv convalescing An infant child of John Jones of Johnsons fork has diphtheria nnd is not expected to live Rev A B Stamper preached hero Fri day Saturday nnd Sunday We hope lie will como again tlck Tnulbce who lias been in Virginia and other parts for a year or More has returned homo again aV E McPhcrsnn has rented his town property to G B Mrloncy and will move to Oaney Morgan county soon Jack Wilson of Montgomery county has been visiting his brother S II Wil BOn and other relatives tho past weok Tho election passed off quietly here Tho aspirants were all elected some to utllce nnd others for u trip up Salt river Curb Stacys wifo died Saturday from fever Sho leaves n husband two small children nnd many relatives to mourn Â¬ hausted A gATTOBKPj 3HC 1 Physician and Surgeon HAZEL GREEN KY Surgcry nnil obatctrlcH nfipeeinlty THC MinAOLC Of MOOlflN goUtlNLIM J G Thomas made a flying visit up on WalkerB creek Tuesday He informs us thnt ho recently had a letter from Superintendent Thompson stating that there was no money in thestnto treasury to pay teachers for this month but will bo ready for tho Dcccmbef payment We havo in onr short lino of lifo met many jovial follows whoso interesting and ridiculous stories would mnko us laugh until we wero wire but among them nil wo nover found an equal to undo Tom Tread way Ho can talk his way through any crowd Ho hns just been elected coroner by a majority of 85 over W G Phillips Now since tho election is over we shall no longer lend mi attentivo car to election news but will bo content to abide by tho voicoof tho people Some people in this section expect that money will now hang on bushes but they will soon realize tho vanity of their hopes Tho olection so far as wo have been able to hear went oil quietly in this county The Republican Bugle flaps hiuh and the rooster crows over tho victory of 0 B fl TR J F LOCKIIART V HORN I KZEL KV A FLOYD 1IY11D ATTORKEY-AT-LAAV Campton Ky J M0NPAhTI9N NONBCOTAnlAN WCCKLY UNIQUC NOT gCCENTWIC WITTY NOT FUNNY Kr George IF Ttiley Benjamin Missouri Good Advice Abstracts of title Airmailed collec prompt returtiH iinnintced Connected with tliulaw firm of Wood Day Mt Sterling Ky in civil practice 3Cr tioiiH made and Most widely quoted paper on earth Whole lermons in a sentence Full of cartoons and plcturei Only 150 per year tmiatous not pious Send 100 for trial subscription THE T C JOHMHOV Quickly Followed Cured of Rheumatism by I Hood Co Lowell Mass I was taken down with rheumatism over a year ago I was slrk for over six months Often I would havo such pains that I could hardly endure them A friend eamo to mo mil advised mo to try Hoods Harxaparilla I took him at his word und Lot ti bottle of it and since have taken eight bottles of it O Caniitoii j V RAMS HORN CHICAOO ir HWANOO Hazel Green I11B WOMANS TCMPLC CIMKINCVOR TAMPS OCMC BAfClV JOHNSON SWANGO Â¬ ATTOKNEYS-AT-LAA- 1 -- Hoods Sarsaparllla Will pmetiee in the Wolfe county and cirCollections promptly tnadf cuit cotirth and abstracts of titlo furnished on short notice THE BUSINESS WORLD IN MINIATURE 1 1 A HOWARD STAMPER CAMPTON KY fNOMBS HOUSE Attounky-at-La- w Will practice in the courts of Wolfe and the adjoining counties All business entrusted When tho doctors could do mo no good whaU to our care will receive prompt attention It Has Cured Mo ever After being boncflted so much from this mcdirlno I describe Hoods Barsnparllla as a wonderful medicine I also advlso every ono who is troubled with rheumatism not to bo with- - J CAMPTON KY out Hoods Sarsaparllla 2 am n farmer nnd tho medlelno has jlven mo much energy and strength to perform my work Geouok W TtLiv llciijaniin Missouri Hoods Pills nro hand made and perfoct In proportion ami appearance 25c a box HoodVaCures D J II IIOLLON FROPRiirrou Tin patronage of the traveling public is respectfully solicited Table the best and every attention to the comfort of guests H U MOORE CT U J JAMES HOTEL Fourth Street near Mam CINCINNATI O WKltKIlH SONS MniingiirH J pB IP iMIli with CO OVA BEN WILLIAMSON CATL13TTSBURG Sole Hardware Cutlery KY c Kcriie patronage of Wolfe and Morgan counties solicited UOTEL LELAND I 1 Â¬ nency Lexington Ky Iroprletor connected with the State A M for South Ilenil Plows S II ItUOOKS INkTGB Â¬ f4 to New JJuilding Gas and Klectric Light Electric Klevatorl Heated throughout with -Hot Water Itute 200 a Day Near business center and depot Come nnd see me Respectfully S It IUIOOKS College THE J k A 15 VICTOR B0GAGRT xirpii mm J56F Best to bo had for tho money luanufactiirii 17 Jeweler TIIE rRACTIOAL a E Short Street LEXINGTON KY Diamonds Watches and Jewelry Reliablo Goods Fair Dealing and Bottom Prices All Gcods and Work School South Â¬ Guaranteed Â¬ LOUIS STIX aiioiisau k in CO DKAiuns Â¬ wife f BrJ l Pimv Dry Goo NOTIONS Etc ENDORSED by the highest Countv and State oflleinls hv tlie leading business and nrofessioiial men of the countiv and by luindreds of pupils who are successful iu business A REVELATION is made o tho pupil in Rook keeping Ranking Shorthand Typewriting Ielegraphy Penmanship Commercial Law Arithmetic Grammar Spelling and Rusiness Correspondence as taught by OlK JCKW AND INTIMIKSTINO plan of ACT Â¬ UAL RrSINKSS PRACTICE 4 OlR COLLECE bclore which isin only inÂ¬ the old theo retical copyrighted text book copying sys Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ AND A J IXKK GIIADK AT Â¬ Â¬ 2500 AND UP Fred 135 Third Jtaoe and Union Sts CINCINNATI O AVe carry the goods that will suit vour the Commercial World the highest type of ellicient business men and women trade and our prices are T1IK IOWKSi j GUARANTEED to be as represented or X Sjecial attention given to iiail ordcis money refunded REWARE of schools which do not do thin IDINGFELDER Sund for beautiful illustiated Catalogue free tem M tST go POSITIONS for its pupils are made a specialty in this school which promises to Â¬ J Heintz BEST IN QUALITY J mnoninsdnHri rtoiico Importers and Jobbers of For full particulars call at the college or address C C 10G CALHOUN 108 110 lis 1M ikj Principal E Main St Â¬ MANUFACTURING JEWELER E Main St Custom House Square LEXINGTON KY DRY GOODS AND NOTIONS Nos 537 530 and 51- 1- LEXINGTON KY CSfCost to complete any prescribed course VERY reasonable BSyCoiiipetcnt workmen in our watch repairing department MOST IN QUANTITY JE m r West Main Street LOUISVILLE KY PREWITT WITH 0 IV Wei ranis FO WEAR ONLY B Â¬ THE LION BRAND B Successors to Carter Uros Co Â¬ WHITES CREAM Importers and Jobbers of AND NOTIONS LOUISVILLE KY Patronngo of tho mountain merchants is most jrespoctfullv solicited TUDOK A3IOH DAVIsi O WKST IIHKUTY ICY WITH MANlFAtTlKED RY KENTUCKY LEE COUNTY C B Lotterys l lncastln it been in this section inspecting and load lag ties IrA Olingor is making tho nocessary preparations to catch a bird IIo is rlhilding tho cage all right We had the pleasure a few evenings since of attending tho spelling match at Mis Nannie Hoards school k j8m Et Morris who Is erecting a saw VTmjII oh the road leading to Zachariah vtto Im redy to commence sawing by the wWdU of tke week Ti KepnbiMHa in this xiclnlty on tke viotory of tbelr party at FiiNllladoH man G W Korns has ytf 7 jj Gmkmm TiW Tkev fired hvIIr in tl v It which tho medicos of tho world havo any record first saw tho light of day at Macon Un luring tho summer of 1890 The child was the offspring of William Lciinon a well known painter of that burg When the child was twentv four hours old it weighed but one anil one half ounojs loss thnn forty pounds Dont Tobacco Spit or HuioUu Your Tlfo Affiiy Tho truthful startling title of a book about tho only harmless guaranteed tobacco habit cure If you want to quit and cant uso Braces up nicotlnized nerves eliminates nicotine poisons makes weak meu gain strength weight and vigor PobUIvo cureor money refunded Sold by all drug- Â¬ gists Book at druggists or mailed free Addrosi The Sterling Remedy Co Chi cngu office 4H Randolph St New York No-to-ba- VERMIFUGE FOR 20 YEARS Has lod all WORM Romodlos HIIJIAHUMM JEANS CLOTHING CO LOUISVILLE KY EVERY BOTTLE HOXl 11 Y A LI t GUARANTEED JSWEvory pair warranted e Careatsand Trado Marks obtained and all Pat eat business conducted for Moderate Feet mm Â¬ Vrrpurni by nKlllllMt CO imUOGISTS HT LOUIS W W Avholesalc FYVIE VARKER dealers in ia miIUSUNTING Bettman Bros MANUFACTURERS Co SAKFORD CO CLOTHING OO Wont lN iirl Street CIXCINNATI- The trade of Eastern Kentucky merchants Is respectfully solicited a O No-to-ba- e remote from Washington Bend model drawing or photo with description We advise If patentable or not free or charge Our fee not due till patent la secured A Pamphlet How to Obtain Patents with names factual clients InyourHtate county or town sent free Addresa Of Our OMca Is OepesHa US Patent Office and wo can secure patent in leaa time than those 121 nnd 123 Second CHARLES UHL WITH Street PORTSMOUTH REED PEEBLES WHOLESALE O Co The trade of Eastern Kentucky is most respectfully solicited WiT1 10 Spruce St CASNOWCO Dy Goods Notions Mw 0e Waten rOUTSJIOUTfl Patent D C CO af 8oe ULUIIL I Oyour foot wear without n lac4 and Thst Pork wiibnut rock lamp IriK went for 2V Addmi T IKW1S TWO w t0 aH Ji Cauey Ky for iIickc valuable receipth 1 ti- -