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Digital page images are linked to the text file. iHHMRHii III tiv H3 iimii n miiiii r lW TT v niiiif mi 11 111111 Hi11 - j I Vi xlAZEL IjrRiEN xlERA Established Mnroh 4 18854 riiicl Mndo w r -- W 4 T T M Ml Famous in tho Colobratod Story of lKy Jonathnn and His Continent by Max ORoll v vi 35 SPENCER COOPER Ownor and Editor Of n World AVldt Jcwh From All NntloiiH IumVrliin nt 1IU llnck 8100 A YEAR Always In Arfyano TENTH YEAR 84 AND 15 HAZEL GREEN WOLFE COUNTY ITMTll ICY THURSDAY NOVEMBER 22 1894 NUMBER ft p JJm 5 10 3 9 i Tho girl wifo juro tho characterof any person or their dates hack three months Up to that was a simplo ceremony standing in tho community in which lime 1 imu ID HIV employ il U uuure wim mm anmmcu muini iiiiui uim iai and wife who wero mv overseer and Clay and tho magistrate arose got up ITEMS ABOUT PEOPLE AND THINGS they live thissocicty willlivvestlgato the GENERAL C M CLAY WEDS MISS DORA case and If thoy aro worth any money housekeeper respectively They grew so from the divan and took her plnco besido IN GENERAL RICHARDSON it will be demanded for tho injury done arrogant that they seemed to think thoy her whito liaired bride groom by misrepresentation but if they are not The sceno was n touching one Tho Th Hunply of GniiCK owned tho cntiro place and that I was Tho llnnmrknulo Union of Youth anil Arc llcliitf VxlmmUori led thousands to victory in not man who had worth anything their naincs will bo Our Truvulliii Corruftpnntlanl Now That UIiiiIh Together ono of thu 3Iott their servant Of course I could printed on cards branding tuttu as faUi stand that They also circulated stories a crusado for human liberty who in his llvgnlnn 111k Lnlato on Spare rioutlnnnt Flguro In Kentucky fiers and the cards will bo tacked up in I was de youth was a perfect Apollo Belvidero in about mo to the effect that IMIih mill lluckuoni mid a SIIhm of Tuiulor Aire Napoleon in the conspicuous places in tho county Look bauching Mary Lee Bowling a young appearance if not a canso of abolition stood as meekly as a WHAT HE SEES AND HEAHS TALKED OF out yo prevaricators SiohtSkku woman who assisted in the housework MUCH OPPOSITION BUT COPID WOH never little child with an expression of un- and Dora my present wife Thore Tho Mouoy of tho Country speakablo happiness upon his timeworn was a baser lie concocted under heaven Tho total money of this country Is B F Casell says he is still a Democrat General Cassius Marccllus Claw aced As God is my judge I never had any but still fresh and almost youthful fea Circuit court convenes at West Liberty about 2206000 about 20 29 for vch 84 was married to Miss Dora Richardson carnal thought in connection with that tures and by his side that simple trust Â¬ noxt Monday person It is composed of gold and silvur aged 15 at Whitehall at 10 oclock on child Dora Well they succeeded in ing country girl as shy as a gazelle know coin gold silver and currency cert id Â¬ John Graham of Lane Wolfo county the morning of the 13th inst inducing Mary to leave and they mar ing as little of the great world in winch made a business trip to Morgan last week eates treasury notes of 1890 greenbacks But Whitehall with its 42 room ried her to some young fellow Had her venerable husband has played so conMrs 12 B Perry was thrown from her and national bank notes Tho gold cer showed no signs of having been the scene lied to her and about her sho spicuous n part as the most untutored horse lust week and had ono of they not her limbs tificates aro payable in gold held in tho of marriage festivities All was as quiet yet daughter of nature would have been living here happily treasury for their redemption Thesilver broken as the grave upon my arrival A knock 111 Tho ceremony was very brief and Then they tried to poison the mind of The rabbits and birds aro having a certificates aro payable silver similarly on the huge frontdoors elicited no resin this they sig- Â¬ when it was over the bashful child went hard timo escaping Dora against me but Tho greenbacks and treasury the sportsmans gun held ponse A second knock was alike unsuctho kitchen and General Clay nally failed Beaming what they were back to which can be heard resounding all over notes of 1890 aro payable in coin but in cessful hut as the reporter turned away practico aro redeemed in gold unless the trying to do to me I drove them ofT my and his family physician sat talking by the mountains a sparobuilt young man who looked like Â¬ not so easily to be tho large open fire place in which glowed place But they were Itobcrt l Caskey showed your corres holder desires silver The nil ver certifia schoolboy with his gripsack swung coals And thus disposed of They recruited a band of two bushels of burning pondent somo of tho largest ears of corn cates are not a full legal tender but they over his shoulder rode up on horse hack bo converted into silver dol- Â¬ men among their friends was celebrated one of the most remarka that he has seen this year about thirty oho of them can readily His dark face assumed a stem and fricrid and they came here to mob me but when ble weddings that ever took place in the which aro a legal tender The na lars measuring 14 inches in length look when dismounting he approached i tender they found that I was on guard prepared United States It is tho talk of the enDavid Stamp of West Liberty left tional bank notes are not a your correspondent What do you kill they very sensibly loft tire State the general opinion being that here last week for Heatty ville whero ho but they aro rodeenijlbjo in ligul tondor to bhoot to want brusquely asked tho young man and have never been back on a similar General Clay is but a child again hnd has a contract to superintend somo coal currency who had seemed to have grown ten years This wholo mass of cmreiicy except mission I had my cannon loaded and like his bride he scarcely knows what he works Ho is a most excellent gentleolder since I had seen him galloping up had they attacked the house there cer- is doing the coin which it is tho policy of tho J-man on his horse General Clay has made a new will Ho government to keep at par in gold rests tainly would have been several funerals Tho squealing ol tho pigs barking of I explained who I was and my business among them Tho house you see is has considerable personal i roperty and on a gold reserve of somo sixty millions The young man quickly disappeared more like a fortress than a residence and is the owner of 130 acres of line cannel tho hunters dogs calling of the cows of dollars This can bo drawn upon by around the left wing of the house and in with f6ur men I could defend it against coal hinds in Clay county It is not bawling of the calves and bleating of tho holders of greenbacks of tredsury liotes sheep reminds one of tho near approach a few minutes returned with a eracious of 1890 and indirectly but no less effect a hundred Failing to dislodge me by known in whose favor ho made the will of winter amile 6n his face Extending his hand is believed lie has left the bulk of physical force they informed several of but it Tho report that the people and church ively by holders of national bank noton lie said lam General Clays son Ins my children that I was about tobe mar his own property to lii bride Corresat Ezel will not build Elder Howards Tho government is virtually a guarantor adopted son and I have come to see about ried tOjlittlc Dora This made the chil pondence Lexington Transcript house is a baRO fabrication and those of the wholo immenso mass of currency the same thing that brought you here dol- Â¬ dren furious and they have placed every engaged in circulating such a report will it boing its declared policy that ono Tho Silver Iurty He showed me into the sitting room and obstacle tlley could in our way They shall bo as good as any other dollar lar Senator Cameron dcnio3 that feature be held accountable introduced mo to tho General The old persuaded Judge JohiiChetiault not to In order to add to the gold in tho treashe story which btates that Elder Howard will preach every sec gentleman was in the act of replenishing marry me after I had procured a license of a Denver ury for this purposo a new loan Of 60- has corresponded with the projectors of ond Sunday in each month at Ezel also his lire and he welcomed me with as last Friday I then asked Squire Green tho new silver party about to be at the Reed schoolhouse near West Lib- 000000 will soon bo issued much cordiality as could have been ex B Millon td nlarry us and he promised is in hearty sympathy erty the 4th Sunday in this month and Itlowft Out 111 ltraln- pected from any southern gentleman to do so but they got wind of that and launched and Allen C Prime a young tinner of Lou- Â¬ movement tho Saturday night before The old Bourbon was set out and after persuaded Millon not to Imvc anything with the I have had no such correspondence as I saw our little Too Kendall n few isville shot his brains out at tho home of its mellow flavor had been discussed the to do with me Yesterday I suspected Rudolph Lehman u to a silver party or anything in that days ago and congratulated him on his his father-in-laGeneral in response to a query told the that they would issuo or cause to be is Like Mr Hill line said the senator ucccss His majority isquito small but few days sinco Tho rash act was tho re following sensational story of his do- Â¬ sued an injunction restraining mefrom can say I good as could be expected under such a sult of a long spree Before shooting who says I am a Democrat I mestic ups and downs marrying the girl They thought they am a Kepublican although I am a Bc Republican landslide Miss himself ho shot his Bistcr-in-laIt is the most awful story you ever had me here like a rat in a cage and that publican who believes thoroughly in silElder II F Dunagan has just returned Jennio Lehman botwecn tho shoulder heard Ever since I obtained a divorce I was unable to defend im self from their ver from a pleaching tour in Wolfo and Leo blades inflicting perhaps a fatal wound from my wife who together with her machinations AccordingIy I deter Â¬ General Warner president of the bi counties As a reward for his ability as The shooting was done with a 38calibro relatives was prejudiced against me be mined to thwart their designs and after metallic league is expected in Washing- - a preacher and the good that ho is doing bu ll dog Ho also shot at hi wife Carrio cause of my anti slavery work there has it had become dark last night I armed ington at an early date with somo infor- tho people have presented him with a Prime who was staying at her fathers been a steady arid determined effort to McClelland Itichnrdson a brother of and at her mother Mrs iJludolph Leh- Â¬ mation on the Western movement for a horse prevent mo from marrying When I Dora and Barlow Clark one of my farm silver party Gordon Clark acting secElder Howard passed through West man but both balls went wide pf their brought homo from Russia with me the hands and sent them eight miles across retary of tho league says the statement Liberty last Friday Ho is hustling mark child who is now known as Lonnie lay the country after Squiro Isaac Newton A around after news in general for thbest About three years ago tho young man Denver is probably correct from I did not do as others have done disown Douglass The Squire who is a good meeting will bo held at an early day but paper ever published in Eastern Ken and Carrio Lchmaii wero married They my own flesh and blood but 1 had that christian kind hearted gentleman and the timo and place have not yet been de- tucky and that paper is the Uavu lived together until about two weeks child adopted and made him the equal of who sympathizes with me in my trou- termined As to the details of the move previous to tho tragedy When sho loft Gkkkv Hhram my other children as heir to this vast es- bles got up in the night and rode horse- Â¬ ment Mr Clark is not intormeu Jio Tho wife of George Goad sustained him and Went to her fathers home say Â¬ tate You will understand that my fa- back over tho roughest kind of dirt says however that a silver party will serious though not fatal injuries Inst ing sho could not stand his cruel treat- Â¬ ther Green Clay who was a gallant sol- Â¬ roads so that he might get hero in time undoubtedly bo formed by the forco of week While riding with her two chil- ment any longer HBJioiad often threat Â¬ dier in the war of 1812 left this immense The ceremony wasaecordingly performed circumstances Thus far tho Populists dren the horse fell and while endeavor- ened her lifo and at times boat her un- Â¬ estate to me during my lifetime but en- this morning before 10 oclock Just as havo given thegrcatestencouragcmcnt to ing to got her children out of danger the mercifully tailed it to my children I could have tho final words wero said that made us silver and notwithstanding recent re- animal rolled upon her Coloiu l Ilullitt Will Opiiomu tho Hult held my life interest in the estato until man and uifo my grandson Green Her ports to tho contrary Mr Clark says the Colonol Cuthbert Bullitt evidently Farmers arc very busy gathering corn tho day of my death but I loved my rick son of my daughter Mary II Clay Populists aro stronger than ever as a fac and preparing for winter Hog killing means to fight for his own in tho divorco children and divided the land equally who was divorced from her husband and tor tn Hswist silver Their total voto time is now at hand and tho good time caso filed against him by his wife who among them only retaining this house who took tho name of Clay and also reached 800000 and they will hold tho your correspondent has in picking and was the beautiful Mrs General Ransom which I built with my own money at a calls her son Green Clay arrived at my hulance of nower in tho senato after eating tho meat from backbones and of Lexington Ho is out iu a card in cost of nearly 100000 and 3G0 acres of door I suspected that he had come for March 4 next A balance of power in spare ribs is just good miff Tho editors of tho Lou- Â¬ which ho says land In order to have an annuity sulli the purpose of interfering with my mar- senate means a balance of power in Con Elder Howard has just returned from isville and stato press have my sincere cient for my meager wants I charge the riage by somo order of the court and I gress and in all national legislation Mencfee Rowan and Bath counties thanks for tho courteous manner in children a rental of 151 per acre per year promptly told him to leave the place and I whero ho held somo very interesting which they havo troatod mo in regard to Senator Stewart of Nevada said Tlmv lease it out for SS to 12 per acre never come on it again until I invited have no information regarding tho move- meetings resulting in many additions to tho tinfortunatesuitnow pending against so you see I am giving them tho benefit him I told him 1 would shoot him if he ment and of course have had no cor- various churches He preached at Pleas mo for divorco They have wolj said tho of tho land when it really belongs to me came back before I invited him Ho respondence on tho subject I havo no ant Hun Sunday and Monday night at allegations as sot forth seem surprising until my death This much by way or left Now jou see tho way 1 have been doubt however that there will bo a con- Spawg Crook and incredible When Lonnio was brought treated by those who ought to lovo me ference of the leading men from all sec explanation No gallant man will war with a wo- Â¬ Robert Franklin Caskoy who lives and they began a systematic course of and desire my happiness They have tions who aro opposed to the gold policy has an excellent residenco about one man especially when tho lady in nuc8 hero name henco my defeuso poisoning by giving him somo sort of treated mo in such a manner that they of tho Republican party and Cleveland iniio below West Liberty told your cor lion hears his by my attorney when 1 will be made torpor have actually made a wild beast of me drug which produced absolute Democracy and that they will act to respondent that ho had about 1000 bush Â¬ will submit cheerfully to tho doclsiqn of That is the reason you seo him no larger and I had just as Boon shoot down one gether but tho nucleus of any movement els of corn that ho raised on his over- the court and to public opinion ClJTjillHHT BUfMTT than ha is now Ho is 2G years old and of the conspirators as to firo on my most must ho those 2000000 votes cast at tho flowed bottom land this year Ho is ono HI a yet ho does not appear to bo more than deadly enemy for they arc my onemies recent election by tho Populists and of Morgan countys most substantial cit- Â¬ A Itollgloiirt Homo A Virginia judgoonco visited a plan Â¬ boy They retarded his growth and triod But as long as I have my health and against tho twin gold parties izens way and in strength I will defy them to tho bitter to kill him in this secret Wo havo somo most industrious and tation when the darkey who met him at HIio Xn tho Cmirio hired tools made that end him which barn ho would this ono of their In Lewis county Thursday of last romarkablo women in Eastern Kentucky the gate asked in from the boy when a mere lad jump The only witnesses to tho marriago week Will Kennedy killed his brother Green Henry of upper long branch of have his horso put tho Inquired the Havo you two barns second story of this house but by were McClelland Itichardsou and Dr John with a fence rail The trouble be Grassy Morgan county has two daugh lifo was saved I Cassius Clay Smith tho latter a physi Â¬ 78 judge greatest miracle his gan about a woman Three years ago ters Eva and Francis who have spun Yes sail replied tho darkey dar Dr Smith refused Oscar Irwin married Lizzie Patterson a pounds of rolls and wove 137 yards of killed tho man who triod to destroy lie cian in Bichmond I shot him hayo 10 yards moro to weave do olo barn and masr has jes built a boy Yes sir I killed him to say anything about the wedding ex girl of 14 Soon after a man named Cox cloth and twlco with my pistol either ono of tho plaining that he had promised General took the girl wifo away from her hus- Such work as this is very commendable now one Whero do you usually put llichqficji shots being suflicient to kill him Tho Clay not to do so It was learned that band Then Bill Kennedy took her anil can justly bo termed homo industry your mas Â¬ or vlslt6rs who ciMe to facts wero so much in my favor that tho tho ceremony took place in the sitting away from Cox John Kennedy theu and economy Â¬ A now organization to be called Tho ter courts failed to indict me Why I dis room Tho bride was not dressed as fell in lovo with tho girl and took her Well sah ifdeya MefodisW Bp i will bo or- Â¬ armed him while ho was sleeping on this brides usually aro Sho woro a plain away from his brother Will henco tho Truth Protoctivo Society ganized next Tuesday night at tho Grassy tiss he geimlly puts m In d h brn divan I drovo all his folkVofT tho place dark dress wan barc headed her long killing butifdvys Puwopal he put You can relievo that headscliQ you school house Thobusipoasof thissocicty new one and they are now somewhero in Kansas black tresses hanging in almost dishev Â¬ havo by buving a box of Megrimine at will bo to expose liars and punish theui my howe in Soveral times when 1 was on tho point of Well Sam vim en eled masses down her back Sho wore Tub IIkkald olllce It will only cost according to the laws of our state When obstruc- barn Vm a Jtottet the new mnrrying again thoy have put orango blossoms and car- Â¬ 50 cents and is sold on a positive guarnrnvnntnrf mo from i o gloves no a man or woman tells a lie that will in horse is ati 3Cpieoplian v uuua in uijr mijr iu j t no brides roses in her hands It antee ATr choosius a wife Tills recent trouble ried it IfrP OVER THE COUNTRY m Â¬ 1 Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ - Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ tt Â¬ Â¬ I Â¬ Â¬ w Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ - -- wm--m-M- i c r Â¬ Â¬ v M i w j i i Â¬ T1V v M rj s i - pt Â¬ by -- m - - f - UAU - jj r -- acflj1 BijyaajWw vAV ffwWWl BIM1II t N JiMWIBWRLllCWIVMtarpWWWWWWlBTWWi MtMiummiumm tPJCJB 3K3BH AX3P BOOK Q0S3IP J AaoKA lmn p wwd into fourth cUttoa in thre volUmes Mm RamokaWolkk the CallfornUn wkoM first name has been mailo fa indus by Mrs Jacksons Indian story has just died Thk successor of Ednund Yates as editor of the London World is Maj Griffiths who has long b en a contribu- Â¬ tor to hat paper Pkof Hknricii IIkutz whoso recent death is a great low to tho world of Hcionce was considered by many tho greatest physicist next to Holmholtz of Germany Zola is said to Iiryo mado 250000 Thto book francs from La Dnbnclo sold better in Gormany than any of his other works 20000 copies being dis Â¬ posed of there According to recent estimates Kng laud spends annually about 140000 0000000 for books 000 for drink and this shows tho difference between drinking and thinking Swiniiuhnk is now flfty floven yearn old and is utill busy adding to the long list of over thirty volumes which benr Astrophcl his name IliHhiteHtbook hn reached a second edition in London A WARFOR LIFE ef the Indian ta Ilia KxlHflnco Straggle JPrtHt Whatever tho Indlon has been in tho past and in splto of Ids present cond- Â¬ itiondeplorable as it certainly is our nation has Btill some time left to deal with theso pcoplo honorably and just- Â¬ ly as it is tho duty of a God fearing people to do writes W Thornton Park Â¬ er M I in Homo and Country They will respond in time but It is not to bo wondered at if they seem incredulous at first It is wicked to condemn theniÂ¬ as beasts tit only for extermination improve them educate them This can bo dono by dealing justly with them No wortls of mine can riullfcicntly condemn tho cowardly saying that tho only good Indian Is a dead Indian An Austrian oflleer oneo said to mo that ho considered the llritish soldiers tho bravest on the face of the earth becauso you cannot conquer them or whip them yon mutt kill them It is so with our Indians they neither give nor ask for quarters this is easily under- Â¬ stood when we consider how they have always been situated It has been with them a war for life a struggle for existence and dispute have always been aettled man fashion on the Held of buttle FAOTS FOR FARMERS A aoon milch cow can bo profitably kept for milking purposes until she Is niiiiinilwt Used for Filling and Extracting Without Pttin or uangcr - 7TfJWM I 4 J eight years old this year than last lion more bushels of oats were raised Mimc It is estimated that two hundred mil- Â¬ tl 4 at all r-saving tmulo by the Cincinnati Tin and Japan Fire Extinguisher Co Tho test wiih given under the pcrHonal Himorvision of Air Herman H Wells president of the company of Cincinnati and Mr W V Snyder tho local agent of Georgetown Ohio and was satisfactory in every rpspont clearly demonstrating tho Stem pie Extinguisher to be one of tho best methods yet devised or invented for the controlling of ire A structure of pino bonrds was built nnd after being thoroughly saturated with coal oil a match was nppliod The extinguisher was then turned on and the fire put out in about ten seconds All who witnessed tho test wore thoroughly satisfied that the SStompIo will do all and more than is claimed for it The head quarters of tho company are S E Cor bvcamore and Canal rits Cincinnati Winchester Ohio Herald SiRNGKu CooiKtt Hazel Green Ky Agent for Wolfe and Morgan counties three hundred gathered on the burnt district here on hint Monday afternoon at two oclock to witness the exhibition Our citizens to the number of two or Those who know most about our na Â¬ tive Americans our HOcalled Indians respect them most those who have lived longest with them love them most the most brutal and cowardly of our frontiersmen hate them most and they have reason to do so Indian char Â¬ acter is contradictory They are brave but onutious and generous dashing in attack stubborn in defense enduring patient stoical hardy fond of feast Â¬ ing but ready for days of marching and fighting with hcareoly any nour- Â¬ ishment alert unforgiving when wronged revengeful cruel and treach- Â¬ erous in war loving as friends indul Â¬ gent and aftcctiouute as parents sym Â¬ pathetic in adversity eloquent in coun- Â¬ sel by nature deeply and truly re- Â¬ ligious Our native red Americans unlike those of New Mexico and Central and South America are believers in God although they call Ilim tho Great Spirit They are absolutely free from profanity and hypocrisy In short they are the noblest raco of aborigines on the face of the earth SIGNING THE DECLARATION Ilothernnm P1I ovcry day where they are properly man Â¬ aged Wjifnevkii a farmer gets a now implement for himself lot him buy ono for his wife for thekitchen work Savk your sunflower seed for tho hens It is not only a good egg producer but makes their plumage thick nnd glossy CoitN is usually regarded as tho best food for fattening hogs but tho sweet potato is ahead of it Corn however is tho cheaper Oni thmu of your crop depends upon the soil one third upon the Bced and the other third upon tho care and cultivation you give it Tire MansaehuRcttn Horticultural so ciety has proved by long experience that apples grown in grass laud will keep longer than others Do not overfeed animals feed them three times a day if they are to bo fatted for market but give them only what they Will eat up clean MAKKall stock pennnd stables warm now by stopping the cracks where wind can enter This is cheaper than giving your stock grain for fuel laboÂ¬ Â¬ Â¬ and eggs are sources of revenuo scunonu and bring in returns Best Set of Teeth Wxi j Ai Arvnmafprfid Teeth Extracted rvrrr 900 1 60 cents 25 cents frrv MmW 03 ICY Over Opera House LEXINGTON R H HODGEN P B S Manager ALL WORK GUARANTKKD m I Stf Uk mmmm w - ttfi Sf7J rffu h si ti nwwiwnK 45L hz 88SiB y He TW L ot your first ontry bo ft resoluticm not to buy until you imvo buuh u iui m lit Carpets Curtains Hugs i Oil Cloths Mattings I HISTORY REPEATED Tux cost of tho worlds wars since the Crimean war has been 8130n000l 000 or enough to give a ten dollar gold piece to every man woman and child on the globe Tins name of tho first steamship Chat crossed tho Atlantic was tho Savanah in 181U It took her twenty five days Tho usual time for ono of the fast clip per ships was from sixteen to twenty ono days Thk homo of Samuel Woodworth author of The Old Oaken Bucket in tho village of Greenbush Mass Is still occupied by his descendants Tho song was written In 1817 and Inspired by scenes about the poets home It is said that tho Historical society of Pennsylvania has tho most complete collection of American colonial laws In tho United Stntcs It was mado by Charlomogno Towers and includes tho laws of tho Danish and Uritish West Indies Henry Wilson postmaster at Wulshton Florida says ho cured a case of dlarrlnua of long standing in six months witli one small bottle of Chamberlains Colic Chol What a era and Dinrrhrou Remedy plcatmut surprise that must have been to the sufferer Buch cures are not unusual with this remedy In many instonces only ono or two dosesaro required togivo permanent rollof It can always bo do When reduced with water uended upon it is pleasant to take Eor sale by John Â¬ Â¬ Jefferson won fond of telling a story which illustrates in a forcible manner tho importance that absurdly insig Â¬ nificant matters may sometimes as sume says the Philadelphia Press When tho deliberative body that gavo tho world the declaration of inde Â¬ pendence was in session its proceed- Â¬ ings wero conducted in a hall close to which was situated a livery stable The weather was warm and from tho stable uamu hwarms of Hies that lighted on tho legs of tho honorable members and biting through the thin silk stockings then in fashion gave in- Â¬ finite annoyance It was no uncommon sight said Jefferson to see a member mnletng a speecn witn a targe mind kerchief in hand and pausiuir at every moment to thrash the Hies from his thinly protected calves Tho opinion of tho body was not unanimous in favor of tho document and under other circumstances discussion might have been prolonged for days if not weeks but the Hies were intolerable Efforts were mado to find another hail freo from tho pests but in vain As the weather became wanner the fiies grew worse and tho flapping of hand- Â¬ kerchiefs was heard all over the hall as an accompaniment to the voices of tho speakers In despair at last some ono suggested that matters be hurried so that tho body might adjourn and got away from tho fiies There wero a few mild protests but no ono heeded them tho immortal declaration was M 1080 hurriedly copied and with handker Â¬ chiefs in hand fighting tho fiies as HtHb ICiiiIn of Thought raakca they came the members hastened up to It isnt a mans character tnat tho table to sign the authentic copy a woman lovo him and leave the fiies in tho lurch Had Take care of tho dollars and the it not been for tho livery stable and its world will take care of you pan- Â¬ Inmates there is no telling when the Tho bag in tho knees of a mans document would have been completed taloons isnt always filled with plot not have been An idle brain is the anarchists work- Â¬ but It certainly would signed on the Fourth shop Â¬ tant rroctotlliiff Kxpoillttt tho Impor- Â¬ PEOPLE in Btoro for you O Miss Aiick Moouk of Cleveland is one of the few women who have mado a century run on the bicycle A MANAGER century run means to ride one hundred B7N Broudwny LEXINGTON KY miles a day John IIyiinks of Itcston claims to bu the oldest street car driver in the world to clean lie has been at It forty years and bar As it is Springtime of course everyone will want traveled a distance equal to twenty five house and must have times around the world The luto Chief Justice John W Slay ton of Texas whoso death is deplored A in that state as a great loss to tho judiciary served his apprenticeship iu a blacksmith shop in Kentucky und pur Â¬ Such as Bedroom Suits Cheap Bedstead Rockers Pianos sued his studies at night everything that yon Tiikuk have been various claimants Organs Bureaus Tables Mattress and Â¬ Wo have the lar- Â¬ of tho celebrity of being the first wom- can find in a first class Furniture House an writer for tb press The latest in Eastern Kentucky and our Furniture of them is Mrs Lynn Linton the nov- Â¬ gest line of Carpets Be sure to call and elist who says that when she was fs the latest and at rock bottom prices twcnty threo years she was on tho see us at MASONIC TEMPLE staff of the London Morning Chronicle Mrs Linton has produced forty novels in the forty six years of her literary career Gkouoe II Williams professor of inorganic geology of Johns Hopkins university llaltimore who died in rjnmvnavwi Utica N Y recently was thirty night years of age Uo was the author of valuable pamphlets upon geological researches and n text book on the J same subject Ho was one of the judges of tho exhibit of precious stones at tho worlds fair last year and was a rec Â¬ IU ognized authority upon microscopical geology AND W A McGuirc a well known citizen 01 jucivay unio is 01 me upiiuuu umi there is nothing as pood for children troubled witli colds or croup as Chamber You will run no chnnco Thing nro what thoy sooin Thoro will bo no disappointmontt HUGH HICKS Â¬ New Carpet or Matting Window Shades or House Furnishing Goods Wwlf m Ky Sterling Mt niM BCX aHID 5sSsfefa J we niuiiir RELIABLE HANDY Â¬ SAVE YOUR HOUS E lains Cough Remedy He has used it nevoral years with the iu his family for best result and always keeps a bottle of it in tho house After having higrippc ho was himself troubled with a severe Ho uited other remedies without cough CHEAP SIMPLE Insurance mny cover nctunl loss of goods burned but it docs not pay for timo nnd trade lost while re establishing business PKEVENT THE FIRE WITH A STEMPEL COOPER Hazel Green Ky benefit and then concluded to try the childrens medicine and to his delight it soon oHeotod a permanent cure 25 and PUTS AND CALLS Money is a magnetic factor in sotfOTSPENCER ciety Morgan Counties ItATtiiNO suits arc still classed as dry Â¬ agent for Wolfe an4 Cnll nnd boo tho Littlo Wondor goods a proposal of Hinqino Svekcii marriage Advice is shaken quite as often as A Clim it is taken J1R Cupid is not an intellectual being CURED BY LAUGHTER A newspaper is tho diary of history ItMtored Some foolish young pooplo dont Caira Wlmr HenltU Wu Tttrmiuh Fit of MlrthftdiwM know tho difference botween a broken heart and a disordered liver Detroit The remedial offeets of laughter are Cases have been really wonderful Freo Press known where a hearty laugh has ban Â¬ For a pnlu in tho sido or chest thcro is ished disease and preserved life by a nothing so good as a plecoof flannel dam- sudden effort of nature Wo are told pened with Chamberlains Pain Halm and that tho great Erasmus the eminent bound over tho neat of the pain It af theologian laughed so heartily at a fords prompt and permanent relief and satirical remark that ho broko a tumor if used in tlmo will often prevent a cold and recovered his heulth In a singu- Â¬ from resulting in pneumonia ThiHsamo lar treatise on Laughter Joubert treatment is a sure cure for lame back gives two similar Instances A patient For sale by John M Rose being very low tho physician who had ordered a doso of rhubarb counter Â¬ MUunilnrateoil Â¬ Animate oldest inhabitant YisTintAYH have considerable influ- Â¬ ence over to morrows It is tho spongy head that swollswith tho rain of prosperity Ukionino and pouring tho lady who presides at a five oclock tea A custom born of ignorance may command tho obsorvanco of the wisest Â¬ Facts and Figures tho JCIulJfe DEALER IN 9 HARDWARE QUEENSWARE TINWARE And a Full Line of Agricultural Implements Mitchell Wagons Owcnsboro Wagons McCormick Hinders and Mowers Whitelcys Solid Steel Binders and Mowers llepairs kept in stock for McCormick Whiteloy and Champion Machinery Granger and Tiger Hay Kakes Avery and Malta Double Shovel Tlows Inter Ocean 8 i f She had known of his wild manna while the rhubarb had sunk to Thus emboldened ho tho bottom swallowed tho whole but found It such a nauseous potion that after many strango and fantastlo grimaces no Wo will go away some tho wedding grouud hid tooth in agony and in a where by ourwdveB my dear I said violent fury throw tho goblot on tho there will bo no flourish no oards no lloor Tho wholo affair was so hull oeremonyhero sho interrupted me nroiiH Unit thu lilek man burst into re kiwi with a dkrniflod sweep Of her arm of laughter and tho re- It I AThlcrfu dtolared Mr manded tho medicine which was left A young man who looked overy inch on tho table A monkey in tho room tho bridegroom stood in tho rotunda Jumped up discovered tho goblot and of tho Great Northern tho other day having tasted mado a terrlblo grimace says the Chicago Times tollinga friend Again putting his tongue to it ho per- Â¬ of tho manner of his proposal to his ceived some sweetness In the dissolved ways and fondly hoped to reform him through marriage After I had popped the question and she had accepted mo ho said I at oneo began to talk alnmt brido LITTLE FACTS Two CKNTUMKH have Increased Eng Â¬ lands wealth forty fold Lkatiiku trunks were used In Rome as early as tho tlmo of Ciusar A ckutain forest plant In Japan grows to bo about six feet high in three weeks Tiikiu uro 050 beasts 1301 birds und 300 reptiles In tho London zoological gardens lYMur bootblacks aro reported to bo multiplying In Paris and other French cities Statistics provo that not less than thirty two hundred babies are born overy day on United States Boll The Best and Cheapest Cook Stoves and Ranges on the Market Gtueensware at Cut Throat Prices MANTELS ND GRATES The Farmers Friend vJ out using a lead line A sinker Is dropped containing a cartridge which eNplodcs on touching tho bottom The rorort it roistered in a microphone apparatus nnd the depth reckoned by the tlma at whloh the explosion oc bounding tho depths of the sea with Â¬ An Instrument has been Invented for North Mnysvillo Street Mt Sterling Ky TRIMBLE BROTHERS MT STERLING riaUrtlajr n v jw - JJ Â¬ curred i r gU t mi i miw iiKmnfilinfriifiTftrifr ir - waiw wire iniH llij n ipwrwwlll IMUllmW Hm i wniK - ic I I i iS M i - I j ENGLANDS HAPPY MARRIAGES Seme et Them Are Recorded in the Annl of Dumnow Town Dumnow In Ebsox county England liHN - A it- - been bringing itself before the pub Â¬ lic Bgalu by a revival of its fUCclfof bacon corcmohy Dumnow ought to be ablo to furnjsh aorao answers to tlio great question of how to bo happy though married It is tho placo whero it va onco tlio cuntom to reward and promoto conjugal folicity by giving r illtclqf bacon to tho couple who after year of matrimonial experience couldswcar that thoy had not onco ro tfrettcd entering tho estate commended of Sty Paul to be honorable Itappourn that dron tho pious prior of Dumnow who iViBtltutcd the custom hundreds of yoarfre Bd ccrtaln modern seep tical potions about tho success of mar- Â¬ riage Apparently he was of tho opin- Â¬ ion that thcro would seldom be many claimants for the prize Tho number of candidates who filled tho conditions have not been mauy lu tho wholo history of Dumnow and the presentations of tho flitch af bacon have been few and far between But thin year Dumnow revived tho custom and two couples recoived tho award due to those who marry and do not re grot it Ouo vvai a Dublin mnghlruto and his wife and tlio other u railronl fcurvant and his wife from Hurtfon shire The jury was composed of six uiuidenH and six young bachelors and after tlio trial nn operatic cantata Id Dumnow Flitch was performed Thuoalh which tho winners of the ilitch have to talco is enough to deter ninny from proclaiming their marrl d happiness to the world After th trial which takes tho form of ques Â¬ tions and answers in the presence of the assembled multitude the oath is administered to tho happy pair while they kneel upon two hard pointed rocks N Y World Aa Indian FOREIGN rJOTES OF INTEREST MvnmAOK is growing populnr again in England Tho register for tho Ilrst quarter of 1801 exceeds tho first quar- Â¬ ter of any year since lt83 It Is announced that tho marquis of Lorno has written tho libretto of an opera which will bo sot to iriuso by tho Scottish composer Mr HamisliPMc Cunn The first performance will prob- Â¬ ably take placo beforo tho queen at Windsor castlo Coqukmx Cadet intends it is said to form an album of the loiters of con- Â¬ gratulation which aro pouring upon on tho occasion of his receiving tho Cross of the Legion of Honor It has been given him not as an actor but for his military services in 1870 Thk Turkish government has ordered tho aqueducts of Solomon in Jerusa- Â¬ lem to bo put Into repair Thoy will bring water into tho olty frdm tho fountains of Arroul A tunnel 4000 yards long will be built at a cost of 100000 Thu aqueduct was still in working order in the time of Christ Siu KonicitT Haut tho inspector gen- Â¬ eral of Chinese customs entered tho service in 1850 at the ago of twenty five and in four years reached tho top In 1801 there were only three ports open to Europeans now there aro thirty while tho service employs over 700 Eu Â¬ ropeans nnd 1030 Chinamen and thu coast is guarded by twenty armed cruisers of the latest type irgggjrtt - Wi Court Comparison and Difr Compititlon jTirmJcy JBlJSXtA5Li0 V DEALERS IN tf h H PRINTING into JEIEC LJ SsiJbJ IS NOW i i n Queer Fancy Â¬ I 1 I Washington After having n powow with their great vhite father President Grant they went out for a walk nnd to see the sights Their interpre Â¬ ter accompanied them and explained tho novel things met with Suddenly ono of tho redskins was attracted by a number of boxes of 6hoeblacking with fancy labels piled like a pyra- Â¬ mid in a small grocery window Ilo 4poko to the interpreter and they en tercd tho store leaving the othors out- Â¬ side The price of the blacking was asked and explained to tho Indian who coveted it Ho told his compan- Â¬ ion to buy it all thirty six boxes in number which he did When tho transaction was completed tho brave took his purchase outside whera squatting down on tho curbstone and drawing a big hunting knife from his belt he proceeded to pry open tho cover and gouge out the contents of each box Then he made a holo through each cover and bottom with a nail taken from his pocket and run- Â¬ ning a string of deer sinew through them knotted so they were equal dis Â¬ tances apart tied all to his scalp lock near the back of his neck Then lie walked proudly on and joined the oth- Â¬ ers of the tribe The strange orna- Â¬ ment dangled nearly to his heols Harpers Young People Â¬ Some years ago a delegation of In dians from a western tribe arrived in FOREIGN ECHOES Kaiskr Wiiiiplm sits for his photo Â¬ graph about once a week Tjik talury and expense allowance of 210000 President Casimlr Perlcr is per year It is estimated that foroiirn stocks OF amounting to 3819035000 are held in Great llritain and the interest receiv Â¬ able upon them 1 G00000 per annum It is said that one of Lord Coleridges peculiarities was his habit when on circuit of strolling round the court to o feUOI AS keep himself awake This was a fre- Â¬ quent practice of his when bitting late to finish a case and was extremely LETTER HEADS disconcerting to the counsel who hap Â¬ CATALOGUES pened to be addressing him London has an annual average rain- Â¬ HANDBILLS fall of but twenty five inches Paris twenty two inches Manchester thirty-inches and Edinburgh thirty six eight inches while Boston shows CIRCULARS STATEMENTS forty six inches Now York forty five inches Philadelphia forty one inches and Chicago thirty six inches POSTERS NOTEHEADS An eminently practical German sci Â¬ entist is said to havo applied a mild current of electricity to a bwarm of DODGERS ENVELOPES bees quickly causing them to fall to the ground in a stupefied condition The bees could be safely handled while PROGRAMS minutes in this condition and if tho electrical current were not too strong no injury was done to them Prepared for Printing EVERY DESOT1PTION I Live Stock AND Country- - Produce ITDONT No 1 j FORGET THE PLACE m Custom House Block HAZEL GREEN KY ssssssssasssara NATURAL HISTORY NOTES Tiikhk is a twin crystal of emerald in St Petersburg seven inches long four broad and weighing pounds The sundews aro carnivorous plants When an inscot touches the liquid on the leaves it is held while the leaf cov- Â¬ ers over it smothering it Tub Venus flytrap a flower indigen Â¬ ous to our southern states catches flies by an apparatus exactly like the ordi- Â¬ nary spring trap or fox trap Holaa is tho name of the new dis Â¬ covery made in tho forests of Surinam It is a substitute for the rapidly dissnp poaring Indian rubber and gutta per cha It Is said that a man in Philadelphia has a collection of minerals second to one in tho world that of tho llritish museum It Is valued at 8100000 It A Vanck of Cross Timber Mo owns ii pearl taken from a mussel shell caught at the head of Pells island in tho Osage river that ho claims weighs four hundred and fifty one grains If the weight is correct tho pearl Is ouo of tho largest In the world four-and-a-half Anything s Everything in Fact That Can Be Printed With Type Press Paper 40oo0ttme9O9rtttttw4emm4 Knows a Good Tiling Whon Ho Sooi It mm N Bank WINCHESTER KY I lie Wan h Hard Loner That fellow Jones is tlio closest poker player I ever saw in my life re Â¬ marked a Market street cigar dealer after an all night bitting at tho great American game Does play a hard game was tlie conservative opinion of the man ad dressed I dont mean that I dont object to a man playing tho best ho knows how but I dont like to see a man fall in love with his money Ive noticed time ho would never lend money in a game Yes If hes losing ho always hays I cant do It Im too much loser and If hes winning ho says No sir it always knocks down my luck Thats figuring it down pretty close Close why thats no name for him Why last night we had played flvo hours and ho was one dollar and cents loser My cigar went and I asked him for a light from out his He shook his headand said Uh uh Cant do it Im too much loser San Francisco Post r- Â¬ I Read Wo tnko this Mr Coophr My dour friend method of thanking you for past favors You havo porformod an oxcollont job on our Minutos Thoy aro printed on nice cloan whito papor with vory rondablo typo and bound in beautiful tinted paper in good stylo Tho ontiro job gives porfoot satis- Â¬ faction Wo sincoroly thank you for samo For tho nico work you havo dono for ua wo again ask you to accoptour thanks and promiso that you shall havo our printing horoaftor Vory Rospootfully H WITHEItSPOON President It 1 HUNTER Cftshlor raid up Capitol Surplus elmulN 20000000 6000000 generally tlirnnglioiit EnHtorn Kentucky mid ollern its cimtoincrM every facility nnd the inoMt literal terniH within tho limits of legitimate haukini octl8ly Tills Dank HoliuitM tlio ncoountu of nior fnrnicrri trmlurH mill IjusIiiohh men What They Say WJQSCXiCSKrDJ Rkv John F Ahkowood Canoo Fork Broathitt County Ky All Clay City National Dank CLAY CITY KY 0 K sov-enty-fl- if i weary looking tramp sat on tho bauklng near an ofllco in Lowiston re- Â¬ cently He had a half pooled cucum- Â¬ ber in his hand which ho was scraping with a stick and eyeing ruefully all tho while From beneath his half shut eyelids ho watched tho people curao Poor and go A woman stopped man is that all you havo to eat Haint you had Yessum said ho Nom no dinner said tho woman paid ho Why dont you eat tho cu- Â¬ Its been cumber said tho woman in tho dirt marm said ho showing a largo nnd generous sauco of mud on one sldo Poor man said tho woman lot mo help you and sho felt in her pocket Tho tramps oyes gleamed but all that tho woman did was to talco a penknife out of that mysterious re ceptacle borrow tho cuko and cut of tho mud Thon sho handed it back and went on Tho tramp waited until ho ivrh opposite tlio bill boards and then ho smashed tho forlorn ouko against a don of performing lions and turned tho air bluo with now adjec tlves Lowiston Journal A Â¬ r Tho TrnmpH Scheme Failed NICKNAMES OF THE GREAT FitKDKiiiCK the Giihat was called Der Alte Fritz by his soldiers the Philoso- Â¬ pher of Sans Soucl by his friends and the Monomaniac by his enemies David Gahiuck was tho Stage Atlas the English Kosclus Littlo Davy tho Proteus of tho Stage and tho Vain Ty- Â¬ rant from his stage skill and presence Tiiomah HoiiUKfl the philosopher was called the Pear on account of his ferocious manner nnd his habit of swearing on even tho smallest provo- Â¬ cation Jkan Skiiahtian Back was called Father of Modern Piano Music because his writings were largely for the piano and he was tho first to use tho thumb in fingering Gokthk among many other nick Â¬ names was tho Man of Many Medals in allusion to tho decorations and orders bestowed upon him by various kings and princes Gkn Quant was called Old Three Stars in allusion to his symbols of rank also Undo Sam Grant Uncon- Â¬ ditional Surrender United States and United Wo Stand Grant M Havonfl jowolor 1ms locnt od in Ilnzol Croon nnd will bo found nt tho etoro of John M Robo Editor Hicham Doar Sir I havo justrocoivod tho Minutos of Entorpriso Association and havo criticisod thorn and find thorn a porfoct job I thoroforo say in bohalf of tho oditor that it is tho host job of Minuto printing that I havo ovor soon from any oflico and I can choorfully recommend tho work of Thk Hkrald oflico to all who dosiro to havo job printing dono ospocially Minutos oithor for stylo noatnssB or accuracy And will furthor say to all sistor Associations who dosiro first class work of this kind that Thk IIkiiali will givo por W F Lyicivs foct satisfaction Grassy Crook Ky Capital FLOYD DAY 50000 J P COX Cashier Prcdidunt No Dank in Eaittcrn Kentucky lias better vaults nor better facilities for keeping your account Managed entirely by homo people who know you nnd who aro always ready to accommodate you 4rMouoy to loan on reasonable rates Call on us CM Bounty MAIN STREET 31 M44M44tom4te4toMMM99Mto444i WINCHESTER tm Ml XT The above are a few of the many letters complimenting our work JOHN W IIEAN President F CU11TI8 Cashier SarplHg 9100000 Capital 200000 Uidlvliei Profits 35000 t1 SEND Address MR OHt PSIGES Organized 1805 being tho oldest bank Ik tlio county Iouccuoiis niauo on an nouns nnd your bunlnetB solicited Ji and give us a trial order Traders Deposit Bank MT STERLING KY Capital 200000 8uxwug 180000 J Bring your wnlohoa nnd ttno jowol ry to him for ropnira Ho is a first class workman nnd gunran toos his work THE HERALD HAZEL GREEN KY j m O ma8TAju5dW L KIKKlATJUOK Viee PrwldeBU CMkler Y W THOMSON a tf ft M able pricos at ttho moat reason tf Â¬ We respectfully solicit tlie bHstoww ef wer uiiu trailom null IlUlIllIMM HiBM ky A generally throughout Eastern Kbh generalUiking busiHW dene Jive w chance t send yew a bank UqV vY j wfwsy wk checks ami Imh tAw iHOxrwx vmm W 1I a v vh yty mw VtSJllr41 fJ-1 nvi Tr u -- - - - - -- - a ma HFW i gtmTwiJT liiWWtatiwj airi-nasMimiw- - C3 ft WW t ff TyTSlTP ATTO Eiltr INTERVIEW WITH JUDGE DECKNER flreeH Will odcy bt Jlo Ills HcorotHry In n chnt with Judge Bcckncr thcolhcr day wo aftked him what ho thought had caused tho great chango in public senti hiont as ovidcuccil by tho recent elec Hfinrj I llnl OOOPM tioiiH pLJtj MB KflQu I Bftft i iIHP Chiefly hard tlmcH ho replied Two years In greatparffor the mime cause Jbman is sick with a foverwliich puiflt run its ngQ tio Republicans were defeated HAZEL GREEN KY Thursday Nov 22 1894 Tho lat6 oloction in MW ll Ii will touch Bovornl lessorisftoAgdd many pooplo on both eitloi Tho eta to ponitontinry wnrohouso Biifforod n 20000 loss by firo ro contly Partially covorad by insu- Â¬ rance M Tho syndicate that is trying to ornor silver will probably find that ifchflB a white olophunt as woll na a wluto motal on its hands Madisonvillo wantB a whipping post for tho ohiokon thioves wife boaters and potty law broakors Tho Ilustlor adrocatos tho inaugu Â¬ ration of such a mothod of punish Â¬ ment Wo presuino Bomo that frco silvor and anti options will bo doad issues for timo to como now as both Bland and Hatch tho high priosts rospectivoly of thoso two fads havo boon repudiated by thoir constitu- Â¬ ents Tho latost advicos from Knott county suys that Kendall has car- Â¬ ried it by 2itt majority ovor Hop- Â¬ kins and that Uocknors majority iii ovor 800 If thisropovtbotrue Kendalls majority in tho district is 202 It has boon roportcd recently that thoro has been and Jb quite an op- - vorsity at Loxington but wo aro so manyslnmrhjelsowherc reliably informod that thoro havo Why of course it results from tho boon only about twolvocasos nono zeal and activity of tho boys Thoro was chairman serious lhy Buchrqports aro so never a better county has tirelessthan en Prank Pendleton llo havo been broken up or checked at tho beginning probably hut tho family physician fulled to do this or perhaps pursued a policy wjch flenrrnvfltpri tlm disPfflso A new lockoKfa called in lie tries his hand and faila ofcourne because the fever must run its tiftic The patient Is restless and turns him off and calls back tho old doctor whoso incompetence or negligenee per hapsnllocd tho disease to get a head way Jlhis Vcry nearly illustrates the situation Ik fore tho Democrats had time to effect the cure which their policy would surely bring tho people got tired waiting and turned them oil Tluy will he called for again because the Iltpubli cans wM do as theynhVays hap dne anil then the peoplo will he sorry they trusted them another time Home did not like the squabbles of tho Democratic leaders forgetting that the Republicans did tho same way Others thought that congress had not gone far enough in the matter of tariff reform Still others were scared lest it had gone too far Such has beeti the hi jtory of all movements towards tho lijiht Two steps forward and one backward and sometimes a pan ieky retreat which seems a destruction of all hope nut truth comes again and no fight for freedom was ever finally lost China has held on to the Republican policy longer than any other country ever did but its day of deliverance seems to be at hand The bank panic of 1803 the great strikes of last summer when Federal soldiers were called in the A P A and other causes have helped to give tho Republicans a temporary victory Tho peoplo always return how ever to tho Democratic party because its principles arc the foundation stones of tho republic and however weak its leaders may sometimes be yet its policies aro thoso on which all men must rely for securing equal rights to all and exclusive privileges to nono I am not uneasy about tho outcome How do you account for the hand some majority uj Clark when there were course It might and will try faithfully to servo its local interests If anybody wants a post office changed or established or a claim of any kind looked after I hope thoy will writo to mo at Washington Who will bo your secrotary Henry L Godsey of Hazel Green Ho fwas with Mr Lisle and Is a bright smart fellow whom I am glad to serve Of courBO I would havo been dad to havo liad my son with me but 6ther parts of tho district havo claims which ought to bo recognized Winchester Democrat B9jjj GREAT DEAL All extra good opportunity occurred by which wo were enabled to fill up our partially exhausted stock at a very low price c I - i A -- lteioluttonn of Hrrtpnct Wliercas It hath pleased Almighty CJcl this Sunday school our dcvbtedif rlflhd ntid eliiHsmiite Mirk Ha in t3nrffriEU8 wjio departed this life Friday evening November 10 18 after sufler ing intensely for three months nnd who bore hor sufferings with truo Christian tollrom WE HAVE Closed out the entire product of tlie im L S FECIT mense clothing firm of jM CO Cincinnati and the sea HETMER son being over for them the price was Therefore be it Resolved That In tho death of Miss Hada our Sunday school has lost a de Â¬ voted friend and worker tho Christian church a faithful and efficient member Resolved That wo do ply deplore the sad dispensation of Providence in depriving us of a valuable co laborer Resolved That we tender tho bereaved parents and sicter our sincere heartfelt sympathies in their sad bereavement Resolved That these resolutions be spread upon the records of this Sunday school that a copy bo sent to tho family of the deceased and that a copy be sent to the HaziHi Gnirx HraAin for publication with a request that the West Liberty Messenger copy Â¬ Â¬ fortitude something like half their actual value Sv WE SURRENDER All the advantage of the sale and openly defy any house to match these prices is SUITS AND OVERCOATS 10 00 7 00j NOWGOiNGAT i N R FoiiAXsmi Lillian Patiucmc WO RTH Rosa Maytown Ky Nov H Samtm Committee 189 1 00 15 00 18 00 20 00 2o 00 V2 9 11 13 14 18 001 UU oOiMfe v 50 00 l 11 Â¬ Â¬ Co ToledoOhio contains mercury and is taken internally act ing directly upon the blood and mucous surfaces of the system In buying Halls Catarrh Cure bo sure you get the gen uine It is taken internally and made no Â¬ llewiiro if Ointment for Catarrh That Contain Mi1miiv As mercury will surely destroy the sense of smell and completely derange the whole system when entering it through the mucous surfaces Such articles should never be used except on prescrip tions from reputable physicians as the damage they will do is ten fold to the good you can possibly derive from them Halls Catarrh Cure manufactured by F Actual bona fide values The great- est ever offered in Lexington Just come and look I L W 1 1 H J Cheney Â¬ Clothiers TaiBors and Furnishers CORNER MAIN AND LIMESTONE in Toledo Â¬ Testimonials free Irico 75c per bottle Ohipby F J Co Cheney Sold by druggists i p 2 M LEINCTONlima 11 - - - - KY m riiimiwi FIMEE COnAACJE OF s woe mttw iii 11 11 ii AN IMMENSE STOCK tho Democratic commitloos that it is thoir duty to try to secure oloc tions instoad of nominations Tho county committees in sovoral coun- Â¬ ties in this slate havo played tho i t dovirwith Doniocrocy by working to secure tho nomination of their pots thus killing thoir influonco at tho regular election Montgom- Â¬ ery Times A orgy a quick perception dmintlees cour- Â¬ age and a devotion to Democracy which Presidont Cleveland in a stato stirs him to do whatever he can His mont for publication puts at rost enthusiasm inspires others and besides any doubt as to tho relations bo ho is practical and knows how to manage twoon himself and Secrotary Car- Â¬ tho details of a campaign Everywhere I hear praises of speeches lisle Ho dismisses tho rumors as made by Mayor Garner D If CtoyenK a batch of silly misstatements S Jbuctt Captain Tracy Sam Jeffries says that ho and tho socrotary Owen Fitch and others lint through and aro in thorough accord upon tho out tho whole canvass could bo felt the un Judge subject of tho bond issuo and all forco ofwork and Rodney Haggards intelligent appreciation ceasing othor official questions llo ex of tho situation The candidates all did pnssotf warm astoom for tho socro Â¬ well and so did the boys who were de tary and high appreciation of his feated in tho primary They behaved like truo men as they are Look at Sam sorvicos Je dries I You would havo thought it been was his raco instead of If tho Domoorats of Kontucky beaten aspirant Such his havingto prin-a devotion oxpoct to oleot moii of thoir politi- Â¬ ciple as wo had in Clark convinces me cal faith to oithor county district that tho stato is as safe as over with a or stato ollicos thoy must teach similar canvass Judge you wcro lucky in tho dis Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ grosslyexngoratod we cannot toll 65EVER Â¬ trict Yes I felt from tho beginning that tho current was against us and gave my wholo timo and all tho energy I had to tho contest T canvassed every county and tried to show tho peoplo that tho Democratic party was not responsible for tho hard times and that its policy was tho best for them I took no radical or extreme position explained things just as thoy are and treated tho other sido Lm ft fairly - w iV if t Tho silvor sonators who aro count- Â¬ ing on splitting tho Republican party two yoars honco should not bo ovor coufidont It is possiblo to boat tho Republican party somo timosTUt vory hard to splitjit Republicans usually stand togoth r ivhothor it is to oloot a rascal to office liko tlv prouont govornor of Iowa to do tho bidding of a boat lika Piatt or to swallow any pKintiplt or parwrsion of princi Â¬ pal ddah the party pill ponndors v a v ribt j3 v Ilnvo you any particular measures that you intond to tako an interest in whilst in congress V No Tho term is too short for mo to hopo to do much in that lino A now mombor docs not got much consideration in such n body during so brief a service I would liko very much to go ovor tho postal service of tho district and sco that tho people havo thoir mails delivered punctually and at convenient places Thoro nro a number of claims of one kind or another that my constituents havo in Washington that I think I can bo useful in pushing I do not flatter mysolf that I am big enough to spread all ovor tho country but I can represent our district The free and unlimited coinage of silver the product of American mines at the old ratio of 1 6 of silver to i of gold is the only solution of and remedy for the disturbed and unsatis- Â¬ factory condition of trade manufac- Â¬ Evor brought to this section for our Fall ture and general business of the coun trndo and bought thorn as cheap as tho try The surreptitious act of 1873 cash could buy them so we aro 0 florin divorcing silver and gold in our mone- Â¬ thorn for tary system was a crime of untold magnitude It was the rankest kind of class legislation in favor of the wealthy against the producers of Than over before heard of and would kindly wealth and hostile to the prosperity solicit your inspection of thoso goods or writo for prices Wo aro selling Jloating of the United States It was an act Stoves from 250 up and Cooks from 450 of treason because done at the instance up Our stock all along tho line is of a European syndicate and for bribe giving aid and comfort to money To shield our countrys enemies In tho way of Queonswaro Glasswaro Tin parties the well authenti- Â¬ the guilty waro etc and our prices cated facts often published have been ARE LOWER TB 2AN THE LOWEST vigorously denied Your trado solicited The Enquirer will continue to ex- Â¬ REED pose this unpardonable crime until Mt StAYli ntv T right and justice arc done the people by the full restoration of silver to its iwrnnriifTiiTiiTiniTii imiwin We old companionship with gold need the assistance of the people in disseminating the truth to which end we invite all in your selection of pa- Â¬ pers for the coming season to include the Enquirer that costs only 100 a Thirty Professors and Instructors Eight Coursos of fifnrlv no Issued twice a week year yt Liberal commissions and cash re- Â¬ Vlliuiiuai xuiiuiliuuiiiir V ULULIIKIIV lilllRCtinn iXrtviirl appointees rocoivod froo of tuition Board in dormitories Sample wards given to club raisers P week in private families 350 to 1 For catalogues I Enquirer Company apply to copies free JAS K PATTERSON Pli D President Cincinnati O ill To tiik Trade of Eastehx Kentucky would say that wo havo received the largost Htock of m mi km W W I - 1 tate College of Kentucky Opens SEPTEMBER 10th 1894 I 1 al 1 Vo LEXINGTON KY MERCHANTS CHARLES UIIL with JOB HOLESALE LOfHQUSlT ONLY REED PEEBLES WHOLESALE Co 137 and 139 Race Street Biff Drives in Cincinnati Ohin 7 Dry Goods Notions PORTSMOUTH O 00VSUH8 SIOSS HAVI MWSond for our Prico List 9 ISC a if iiBkiM V i ji t s -- jit A Now CIhkh nt the Academy This is an ago of business activity and John II Itoso went to Mt Sterling push Everything mU3t keep step with I KVIMAVABl VV IO Uf OUADT Sunday on Impinca the great movements that nro now before i Ilogul ar Monls 25 conts Moala to ordor at ill hours Brekfadt from 5 to0 a rti DiriaerfrppL AqTIinittagiving day rintwa nicli tur- - irt Consequently we find that a short v Suppor from 5 to 0 p m hXnd and typewriting department has 10 n m to 8 eyawanuer turUierJrom uyine ocen auueu to our nircnuy popular acau MiTu J Day and V cmy Any person desiring a thorough loft fiSr Winchester thS morning business education can get just what ho -w j JoAvV A Robert My Lin Ot WilUllCMff r fMinwi wants here Bool keeping short hand y nag i v type writing and commercial law com- Â¬ up Sjuurdny and returned Sunilnv v On at Hursts school efrH w jf jar prises thpbusiucss course Mfttmultcs houso Sunday nextservices of Stenography at tho academy Good tho funeral four chil- Â¬ k pari stenoErityliWiWtiVe jmyirisr positions dren of John Dunn will bo preached by w connection with O Mrfa Xafie Taulbec is visiting the home during the six niotfthidowing Jinuary Elders J T Pidratt and Henry Taylor O A qreat llnttlo of hef brbttiertor Jdhri Ariautbec this tot and at an eapetfws nmckdiftififani week t r that hccesVary in larger lkcca Mkny Is continually goiug on in the human The demon of impure blood nliftlllnrnriw AVftM system MiJa TVIInnWDayis ubio to bo 1894 95 ntHer tfnnhcr mnn nttd urttinn fojflt strives to gain Victory over the constitu Ahoojjiiftcr a sdfenHhdi8MUitn ofosw tnemsbjvcs of this opporfdtnty NEXT TERM BEGInTmONDAT DECEMBER 31 H tjicmselvcr for tho business v9d Os tion to ruin health to drag victims to ral iiiyji r ivs accountant book keepers reVrtcre etc tho grave Hoods Sarsaparilla is the Studios in nil donnrtmonts of school work carriod on also The nuniccliws at tlic ucademy will See In this issue and weapon with which to defend ones self r the advertisement tonography and Typo writing begin work January 1st under ihu Inf write for further particulars tothe prin drive the desperate enemy from the field atructlou of a highly competent teachef cipal and restore bodily health for many years of the school EXIKNSKS FOIt TWKNTY WliltKS v 1 00 Mntrjculntiitn Thomas Lee of Midland Tcxas after Hoods Pills euro nauseau sickness Tho IMuco to Itur Your Clothing Board 40 00 t L5c nn aUsengeof lhirtceiv years camo bticli biliousness By reference to our advertising col- indigestion and U Hull lvl I Hi ycsteVdayoft a visit to friends in this sec- umns f 4 I II J v it will be seen that Messrs Louisi ACADEMY NOTES Music per lesson 15 tionre- Â¬ Gus Straus of Lexington havo Stenography and Typc wrltingi 5 00 W II Kiuh enrolled on the 19th The Drs Kash performed a Htirgical cently purcha ed the immense stock of One half payable jn advance lf operation upon aunt Sally Trimble Tues clothing and gents furnishing goods of Deduction for sickness protracted two weeks or more Home sickncfii C E French sqient Saturday and Sun M not counted Co Cincinnati day in Jackson day and at last accounts she was resting Messrs Fechheimcr t 4t easily at about otic half values and they pro SBAll nunilH from ndistnnno nnish hnurd nf Mm TTonin C Miss Mattie Quicksall will have charge the benefit R unlo99 permittod by tho Principal to bonvd with nonr roln- Keep your blood pure and healthy and pose to give their customers Â¬ tho short hand and type writing de of the low price at which they were pur of tty tivos Lxpononco hits provon that to- cot tho host rofiults pit- - ft you will not have rheumatism partment Hoods ifc i i i ii- l chased This is an old established firm i ii Karsaparilla gives the blood vitality and piia nuiHL nu uiiiiur ii uio moot euro oi mo louoiiors mm uiey tr and by fair dealing and a judicious use Doesnt it look like prosperity for the cannot bo if permittod to board in privnto faniilios richness of printertj ink they have built up a school to add moro rooms and more 5HL Miss Lulu Strong one of Jacksons trade second to none in the state and teachers for January 1 1895 Ykvvf Â¬ mostbeautiful and accomplished young should you place an order with them satThe addition of two rooms 30x30 will ladies is the guest of her cousin Miss isfactory results will follow add to the seating capacity of the acadHe SabinaTaulbee this week emy J S lark will build them ThoKdltor Will Now Utile a built the home and tho academy and Major B G Thomas of Lexingtounn now he will put on the Thanksgiving services Thursday the finishing 29thinst at tho Christian church Let old friend of the editor of this paper touches one and all attend and give thanks for knowing the tips and downs of a person There is a demand for stenographers endeavoring to run a metropolitan jour the blessings of thcpjist year Take our course in stenography and you iv in the mountains has kindly given J T Day received a lot of ihruhbery nal a horse and Monday morning he will secure a lucrative position This is him the first time instruction in stenography f rom LcxingtoVi Tuesday A portion of it editor started for Mt Sterling to has been brought into this section the ii was set out in his yard mid the remain- Â¬ Academite meet become acquainted and return der in his lot at the cemetery with his highly appreciated gift and in Wont Tobacco Spit or Sniolco Vour Life Awn jMfsi Angolirie Jamcx widow of the future whether on pleasure bent or The truthful startling title of a book late Stephen James had the misfortune desiring to travel in a business capacity about tho only harmless yestcruay bf4 having one of her Snn8i he can like Othello command Lucul- - guaranteed tobacco habit qure If you broken and shoulder dislocated lus to briug forth his fiery untamed want to quit and cant use v Braces up nicotinized nerves eliminates On Thursday oVenFiig Wst at the resi- steed ttdl nicotine poisons makes weak men gain Lectured ut tho Chrlfttiun Church Bise Ellsworth Lacy arid dence of James strength weight and vigor Positive JK The Wednesday evening lectures or cureor money refunded Sold by all drug- Â¬ tM7 Miss Eliza Lacv were united in mar m lalks as Prof Cord moro appropriately gists Book at druggists or mailed free Â¬ riage Elder J T Tieratt performing the Co Chi calls them arc very interesting and in- Â¬ Address The Sterling Remedy ceremony office 45 Randolph St New York cago structive and the products of much reWq regret to learn of the serious illness search ana study from the works of the 10 Spruce St of Mrs Ida Johnson nee Taulbceather beat commentators Wc received an anonymous communi- Â¬ rof Cord repro hom6 near town Together with her duces hissubjects on Lords morning at cation from Maytown on Tuesday with Safest Best and MOST Agency many friends we trust that she may soon the Christian church and as a reward ton ceuts enclosed to pay for its publica- Â¬ in Eastern Kentucky Rates ileasonable be restored to her wonted health and for his efforts to instruct the people on tion Wo received one written by the vigor Late- r- We learn this morning the biography of the writers of the Word same party somo time sinco which was that the condition of Mrs Johnson is he should be greeted by large congrega- consigned to the waste basket as all such somewhat improved communications are Wo will return tions the money on learning the name of the Improvements Completed Wm IT Cord teaches book keeping in Address A HOFFMAN Mt Sterling Ky We strolled over to tho mill one day writer all its forms Miss Quicksall teaches Good this week and found everything in thorwriting tonography and type book keepers and stenographers arc not ough repair much of the old machinery It is tho inten idle long Business men are seeking bo replaced with new SPECIAL OFFER of Mr Quicksall to keep everything tion them in order both for grinding and sawing is just now in rocoipt of a full lino of J T PicrattT1 assistedI by his boon com- - and patrons from a distance can come Tho success of the Klcetropoisc in curing II Jittia neraiu iias jusiconipiuiuu with tho assurance that their work will disease of almost every form and many papanion 3nice sidewalk in front ot Ins property be dono without delay tients beyond recovery has caused u wide adds much to its n Main street which and growing demand for the little doctor A Morttocl Compliment Tumors abscesses scrofula cancer paral appearance Jet otuers iomow suit or Judge W M Beck tier congressman ysis chronic and acute rheumatism and neu prepare to scrape mud this winter elect from this district for the short many cases of female troubles some from Carl Mize of recent term has tendered tho position of secre- ralgia A letter cases of total and partial blindness deafdate states that he is very anxious for tary to Henry L Godsoy of this place ness Brights disetisc kidney and bladder Christmns to come in order that he may His efficient services in the samo capacailments have been cured in such a short visit his parents and friends at this ity for the late Judge Lisle together while ns to border on the miraculous The place Tho young gentlemen from here with the claims of this section of the dis- treatment is simple and effective Write who are attending Center college arc trict secured for Mr Godsoy the position for terms of rental and sale and special reawell IiihI Wnriilui sons why you should gel one this month All parties who aro indebted to or hav Â¬ also letters from well known people testi of John J Wells a former resident of ing claims against tho Hazel Green Fair fying to its curative merit Morgan county and brother-in-laaro requested to call and IU HOIS A WKBB our fellow townsman WT Caakcy died Association COD Fourth Avenue Louisvillo Ky on make settlement at his homo in Taylor county Iowa W T Caskey Secretary tho 7th inst Mr Wells was a most exWHEN YOU WANT A WATCH A Now Depiirtmout Sample 27m no tupcrtor cellcnt citizen and his many friends in Wiolcome We have arranged with Miss Mattie C section will regret to hear of hi3 I this gdtlBiB lBttlmo v Allrjrro Quicksall to teach short hand and type death Or anything in tho writing in our school Sho comes with died lowolry lino lot mo Miss Ilada Guilders of Maytown tho best of recommendations and qualifiknow it I will fur Â¬ on Friday evening last after a lingering cations and wo know she will givo entire Wltb ten ponn ca not mam ino of youruroccran y uny Ho your nfiniMWiiit nish you goods worfh illness of three months duration She satisfaction to all who join our class in u 1 Omit If U tlio money ami YOU c ni fniu roxnoruwiuHovur o f Hon- - est tr nls ill was a most estimable young lady and short hand and type writing Sho will f Tnoeo who tue Q O n p Will linVQ GUARANTEE 3t For Biicced will cv cr fol - low Umlt possessed many noblo Christian quali- begin work on the Monday following tho at homo whoro you ties Our sympathies arc extended tho Christmas holidays Read the following can uso it bereaved relatives who must look to tho from her Into employers Rqspoctfiilly Addrat Quaker City B 2 Co ntchmor Ind Giver of all good gifts for consolation Uowmno Giwkn Ky October 28 1813 J Tho contract to build an addition to Is to say that Miss Muttie Quicksall Tliis hand for us ntid we tho academy has been let to J S Clark has been teaching shortthat wo conaidur her sny without hesitation ITo is this week contracting for hands one of the boat touchers wo have over had her and lumber and in a few days the build in ourschool and we wculd not allow pro KJ5EL Morgan County Ky lnnvn us under anv circumstances under headway When this vided wc were nblo to pav her what sho de ing will bo DINGFELDER addition shall have been completed tho serves and is worth Who is competent reliWith recitation able and trustworthy besides sho has tho academy will contain six of the pupil It cives us entire confidence rooms and a music room Evory citizon pleasure to commond Miss Juieksall to tho Â¬ of our town and county ought to bo public as a first class tenchcr Sho Is also a Jtesncctfully rood stenographer proud of this institution ot learning CiiKimv Hros Importers and JobborH of 4t and should rally to its support by sending Proprietors of Howling Green Duslness ColDRY GOODS AND NOTIONS lege Howling Green Ky tho pupil scholars into its halls Hero tut 0ur terms for short hand and type- Â¬ Noa 537 539 and 641- has every advantage of school lifo oflered 500 per month payablo 10 in larger places without any of tho writing nro --Weat Main Street hindrances of such places and tho work weeks in advance LOUISVILLE KY Wsr H CoitD Principal dono is accoud to nono other ViHkj CiTV -- ElTHSISRAEi3E U a OTDEBT pm jfj duulnj --- Oysters Lamb Fries Fish and ChickSb a Specialtyirr fi wv f jrviwAvivrf oKaraatip feuriilioot -- f m s trk HAZEL I GREEN ACADEMY SESSION QF wpfr m w v Â¬ - Â¬ A 1 Jt kYp j Â¬ - Â¬ Â¬ 1 i- - p cy WW rSOMim YisnV Â¬ Â¬ PSBDS J TAYLOR DAY Dealer in General Merchandise on a Cash Basis Lowest Prices - Largest Stock No-to-b- No-to-ba- c Â¬ mMmaWkmrwmmw iT4iiNr vrni FIRE HOFFMANS WE RELIABLE Â¬ 1 djmjy ACCIDENT m mEMkgm2iM r 4HflfefeThc fJpTf Â¬ ASSETS OVER LOSSES PAID 26000000 27500000 Â¬ Â¬ ELECTROPOISE M rs F N DAY Fall and Winter Hats Dress Goods Dress Trimmings Notions Etc Etc Trimmed Hats from A ll Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ 1 l 100 up QUAKER CITYBAKIHS POWDER I Â¬ Â¬ BSfeejtiaBII uotsat-iaac-tJo- Â¬ l Uc TI IE JEWELER Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ I to liiisiilli ii mi Ito9KY LOUISVILLE 631 W Main Street Â¬ for iBipitHoniinsCo Solicits orders from merchants J Tinware Stoves Ranges Stovepipe Elbows Mantels Grates Hol loware Cutlery Send for complete catalogue and price- ut c c v4vJ 3 in ii ct in i m 1 iili lam i itmM H 1 If- - Vtf - l If V- Certain civil officials gave chase Thcro was still hope thoy might bo over- Â¬ hauled and tho money captured beforo thoy could reacli tho mining towns Meantime Morgan not sovcrely hurt was ordered to join his troop It was Gods mercy that only an hour beforo tho robbery ho had counted out every cent for which ho was accountable In tho presence of Old Tlntop and his ad Â¬ jutant othcrwiso ho would have had to stagger under the accusation of hav- Â¬ ing mado away with tho money and made up the story In vain the rough old campaigner bad sought to cheer Morgan by assur- Â¬ BY ffttciKiNfttJHS ances that the party sent out In chase V J B tlPMMCOTT CO ANp ROBUSHiD BV SPflCIAL AAOmWT jttwkT couldnt help gathering in tho robbers uund littt boltiu uutibuiia teuuv not who fellAliit II with ono cxcoptlon wero If ever a man came into tho cavalry the imnoverished trooper on tho far strangers td tho frontier Morgan JNo colonol it is whotjcservcd well of his country Raid frontier nor his wife nor his children groaned In spirit his cplpnol it is Morgan Ho was a and Lottie wart not particularly anx useless Luck has been dead against jfood soldier but a bad managera lotm that ho should Her beauty had mo ever since we furled tho Wolverine combination far more frequent than Is captivated tho brilliant young lawyer guidons and I joined the regulars Ho came Into tho when professional business called him That money will never bo found and I proVfybly known am eight hundred dollars moro In debt regiment in 00 burdened with a wife thnn I was a month ago when It wa4 and a war debt A eupltnl trooper he had won honors with tho wtber In tho all I could stagger under Its only worse and more of it Shenandoah had risen to tho command And hero tills d of lii battalion and was urged to take fatalist turned away and n commission In tho regular army buried his bearded face In his hands FamouK names backed his application And now a few weeks later with a hole in his shoulder and fever in his but he had been hold to duty In Texas whila earlier discharged volunteers veins Mr Morgnn wa3 being borne were picking up lno plum hi the along mnu ward in a mule litter hop Icss and sick at heart totally uncon He got nowly authorlzcd regiments In eventually as Hecond lieutenant scious of the fact that ono man at least in the long dusty column looked up to where his own lieutenants had gone in n first Ho had tho brevet of a lieu Â¬ him with an enthusiastic gratitude tenant colonel of volunteers and tho even while looking down on him from rank and pay of a low down subaltern the saddle Schramms right lcr had of raffulnrn when ho and his wife and been shot through midwtty h tweon you must nn moiw than mttli ankle and kno but the n- littlo daughter j inod the regiment frictuvo wn 310111111 vow in the south When ho cauiu to the simple and the wounded limb was frontier after five yoarr of reconstruc from Cleveland to Saginaw but it took skillfully dressed set in splints and tion duty her health was impaired as all he could command to keep up the Schramm rode in a litter a week or much as his prospects Morgan was style in which they lived now A gay two as ordered then his Teutonic upportlng an invalid wife three chilwinter was coming on and there was prayers took effect on the Ilerr Wim dren a nogro mammy an egregious very little interest ami less dismission dartzand ho was allowed tor win folly of a female nurse and a scattered among Hi three over the miction the lej over the handsome ronn hiscan- IndobUdness of no one knew just how which should succor Carrie and so poor tain had promised he should have again many hundreds or thousaudB all on a Morgan a humble appeal was fruitless as soon as he was able to straddle tho first lieutenants pay and that hy- Â¬ It was December when she was laid beast and settle the question why he pothecated He loved his wife and away In February a strong column had named him Bredow We had little little ones ho was attached to his com Â¬ was sent to break up the Sioux strong- - j or no time for war history in the cav rades and his profession but every holds to the north with tho unusual j airy in those days month found him more dangerously in result of breaking up several house Morgan could not but note how af- rolvcd He had no relatives to help noiusat ine ion x no nioux lost nom- - leetionaiciv oenramms blue eves him she had somo who might but iug they did not get back the soldiers would beam upon him and how full of didnt He wore old clothes stinted tfot ibaek nothing they lost in fact anxious sympathy were his frequent himself in every way yet saw no light many of them did not get back at all inquiries as to whether there were not ahead and to make a long story short The savage chiefs held a council to setÂ¬ something he could do for tho Ilerr would have thanked God for tho tle on the spot for the next battle and Lieutenant They sent the two with chance to end it all but for the the soldiers a court to settle on the others in together to the old fort on thought of thoso helpless little ones spot tho responsibility for the last tho railway and Schramm whoso when at last tho wife not he was which was a failure It was found that wound was the moro serious was taken She had been practically bed beyond certain serious casualties the much tho sooner recovered nnd bust- Â¬ ridden for two years and it would damages were mainly at the hands of ling around as though nothing had kavc been mercy to take her long be Â¬ Jack Frost to the feet and fingers of happened while the veteran lieuten- Â¬ fore but Morgan couldnt see that the foemen though several officers ant whose hurt was slight seemed un IIo wept sorely over tho cold ema- Â¬ wero declared to have suffered in mind ablo to rally There aro wounds that ciated form then roused himself body and estate and others in reputa- Â¬ sap the vital forces worse than knife or gathered his children in his strong tion which was odd in view of tho bullet Morgan was fretting himself arms and folded them to his heart fact as shown betore the court that to death He broke down utterly when You must be more than over llttlo tho accused had no reputation to lose Old Tin top a month later came in to mother to them now Connie said he Morgan happily was spared all partic- see him on his arrival at the post an ho kissed tho white forehead of his ipation in tills hapless campaign be Â¬ What can I do colonel he moaned Sho was only fifteen that ing retained at the fort because of re eldest I am too old to resign and try to ilnd pring yet for two years had been cent bereavements and his motherless employment at home Theres no Ilo was made commissary tc room for crippled dragoons there Yet iuoiv woman than child trying to help children mother trying to bo a comfort to help him out of trouble and thereby creditors are hounding me my pay poor daddy whoso face took on deep was plunged into worse When the may be stopped any minute to settle and deeper lines with every month command went out in midwintor he this commissary business and then trying to ho a teacher and playmate would have been glad to go and never what will become of my children return but as has been said for thoso and mother all in ono to Sister Lottie It was too much for Tlntop lie had little faces at home Another column in iiis desk that moment the fatal paper only eight and to burly brown haired It was uproarious little Hilly the ono member was tout out in May and others fol- Â¬ received from Washington of the household whose spirits were lowed that In June and still Morgan all very well for tho board of survey unquenchable There were minister- Â¬ was held at the fort on commissary ing hands and loving hearts at tho duty until later the direful tidings flashed in over the wires that Custer rudo old frontier fort and In poor Mrs Morgans last days far from her homo and his pot troops wero wiped out then and kindred there was no lack of everybody had to go Morgan strained little mother1 to his heart praying womans nursing no dearth of wom ans tears Everybody seemed to go God to guard and bless tho babies and xk bring him back to them in safety Mrs in tho solemn little procession when their next door neighbor afoot they followed tho wasted form Warren to its bleak and lonely resting place In promised they should bo the objects of i tho post cemetery out on tho open her tender care They had old mammy with them still but tho mmo had tut- Â¬ prairie My God to think of poor Carries ted eastward months before one good having to bo buried in such a dreary riddance at least and by tho end of waste as this moaned the widower July Morgan was serving out groceries that evening as some of his comrades and taking in money as field commis strove to comfort him lie had written sary A column on frontier campaign to her relativessho had brothers and with only tho clothes it had on and a sister married and well to do- tell- Â¬ with never a wagon could hardly be Ill TOO OLD TO mcsiax ing of the inevitable eud so soon to expected to bo burdened with a safe in come intimating that sho longed to bo which to secure tho commissarys and tho department commander to ex taken homo and to lio by her mothers funds Undo Sam has a simple onerato Lieut Morgan from blame Bldd In tho shaded church yard but way of reimbursing himself In tho but tho watch dogs of the treasury that he actually had not a cont The event of loss he stops the commissarys couldnt allow him to drop that seven brothers wero very sorry lloth In pay until tho amount Is covered and hundred and fifty dollars Thcro was their younger days had freely bor Â¬ tho commissary may stop tho hungry no doubt that ho was robbed The rowed tho captains tons and twenties mouths at home meanwhile as best he robbers In fact deserting recruits en and lived high with sister Vad to can that Isnt Undo Sams business route to the mines wero easily over- Â¬ whom the big hearted dragoon sent Morgan had over seven hundred and hauled by experienced frontiersmen each month four llfths of his pay fifty dollars In greenbacks In tho lin- Â¬ who lit out in pursuit tho moment Pretty sister Lottie too mado her ing of his canvas hunting coat when tho affair was heard of It was scandal- Â¬ who would thoy reached tho southern hills in Oc- Â¬ ous on tho part of tenderfoot toughs home with Caroline otherwise bo so lonesomo much of the tober and not a cont of it when they from tho far east to rob an army dis- Â¬ four years Morgan served at tho front marched out on tho 15th Tho cam- Â¬ bursing officer and expect to get away His pay was tho main support of the paign being virtually over all danger with tho swag Ihickskln Joe Lopfamily in fact for tho boys wero still hardship work and heavy responsibil- Â¬ sided Ieto and other local celebrities attending school and tho old mans ity at an end a stair captain came by lost llttlo timo In overhauling tho business languished as tho war went rail and stage to take over tho funds llowery gang and recovering such val- Â¬ on Hut all this was something they and stores of tho line lioutonant and uables as thoy had but who was to rather wished to forgot in tho years charge up to him every cents worth overhaul Too and Pote Tho auditor that followed Thoy didnt want to that had leaked or dribbled from the said Mr Morgan ought to havo kept grow Mp into aotivcly inimical rela Â¬ mulo paeks a species of charging that that money lu the safe Tho depart Â¬ tions with their elder sisters husband differed from that expected of a lines- Â¬ ment commander striving to aid a yet having so long lived on his bounty man in that it involved nono of tho good soldier pointed out that thoy how could thoy bolng ordinary morÂ¬ perils yot promised greater reward didnt carry safes when on Indian cam Â¬ tals help learning to hato him uuless You may bo assured this gentleman paigns If thoy did thoy would even thoy could forget tho benefits of the did not como without a safe Morgan less frequently catch tho Indians Hut past Bob and Sam of whom sho so riding from tho bivouac to tho stago It availed nothing What did the treas- Â¬ often talked wore prosperous buslnoss station a mllo awuy tho very evening ury department caro whether Indians mn now with wives and olivo of his successors arrival was lassoed wero caught or not Mr Morgan was brake6 and vines and fig trees of on his horso in Cinnabar canyon hold to havo violated the spirit of his thlrfQWtt and how could their wives gagged bound robbed of his package instructions in that ho went to Capt or tigrbf expected to want to have of greenbacks all in tho flash of a Stono in town to turn over tho money tor a davit shadow at tho fireside tc bulls eye Vickod up stunned ten Instead of waiting for Capt Stono to 1HHr Tripiitnn and slowly die or minutes thereafter ho could not de Â¬ como to him TliQn tho general pointed tfcSr taftdsf Neither brother felt that scribe his assailants but certain hard out that Morgan was ordered to march h4odatoUHl Uw expense of fetching characters with tho command somo of with tho command at daybreak and CRCrle ad laeU thought the other tho precious gang of recruits just arÂ¬ theroforo had to turn over tho money that rived made off that night with their night Hut the bureau officials kitiU Uiat i Lotties hus- - horsea equipments and everything that f iiiiwtnBggBwww couldnt bco It Lot Lieut Morgan got a bill of relief through congress said tho pragmatic ofllclal well knowing that such bills aro thcoutcomoof InTho colonel fluence hot Innocence went to tho office and by way of com fart In rr liltnRolf for tho wcakncsswliich prompted him to blow fiis nose and wlpo his eyes very often beforo leaving Morgan and to kiss Connlo and Lot several times after pitched Into Mr Gray his pcronnial uhopplng block Â¬ garmigt wwieiw MurM yftfrtftfBftjf Ihi Poor V tt CfTi I means so much more than vou imagine serious and fatal diseases result fromj trifling ailments neglected j Dont play with Natures i greatest gift health Health Browns forty-year-ol- Iron sitters AlTM ONK SrilINO THE mUSSIAN WAS AT be strengthening ten medicinewhichU Browns Iron Bit out of lortiwtak ex- Â¬ and general hausted nervous have no appetitcand cant vrora begin at once tak Â¬ ing the most relia- - IfyontrtfMimir Â¬ ties cure benefit comes from the very first dose it iccttt stat yaur If i icfin a ii u i i s pleasant lu take A few hot- - 7i llKn S1DK - eiu Â¬ Â¬ f Â¬ Im all broke up about Morgan Cant we do romcthing to pull him out of his hole So they wrote letters did the officers to Morgans wifes relatives setting for tli how brave and deserving and un Â¬ fortunate he was and that something must be done for those children Its all well enough in the eyes of ones wifes relatives to be brave and deserv- ing but they have no use for a man who is unfortunate In fact if he is only fortunate they care very little how bravo he may be and less for his deserts Robert answered the colonels missive but the others did not Kob said they had already been put to much expense on their sisters account which as they wore no mourning and published no notice in the papers at the time of her death was an whopper He furthermore said if something had to be done for those children to go ahead and do it which was simply Indecent Tin top had a copy made and sent it to a classmate a distinguished officer of engineers whose fllce was in Detroit and whose duties made him well known in influential 2ircles and the colonel made inquiries and sent reports The boys were well-to-d- o in a paying business both of them and as for Aunt Lottie she wasted more money in six months than would clothe feed and comfort her army nieces and nephew as man years Hut said the engineer I fancy her husband owes very much more than Mr Morgan and the crash may come am day talk back out-and-out in A Gray finding meekness and silence vjt what was needed fired back-- They changed volleys a minute Gray hav Â¬ ing all tho advantage of sense and the lonel of sound and ended the oil man raying ho uiiUuu i five a tinkers dam for an adjutant he couldnt pitch into when he had to pi loh into somebody or thai couldnt It Cures Dyspepsia Neuralgia Constipation JVLitiria Kidney and Livar Troubles Bad Blood auiil Nervous ailments Womens complaints Het onlv the eenulne It has crossed red lines on the wrapper All others are sub- stitutes On recemt of two 2C stamps we will send set of Ten Beautiful World Fair Views and book free BROWN CHEMICAL CO BALTIMORE MD 3ffQi iPa 0 s- - Xtt y xfvA i ty siiv J to tho hands ot any but reliable people when you are looking for CLOTHING Wo aro tho largest house in Central Kontucky and make a specially of 700 and 10 Suits With every suit for Men a guaranteed lever movo iiont dust proof WATCH AND CHAIN PitEE WhitoHall CONTINUKD NlXT WEI5K GRAVES COX CO Â¬ filf Imm NEWSPAPER WAIFS LEXINGTON KY into a cocked hat Th KorKo EM3 crease Truth A ri jrri Tiorra boy who is much in- TABLEIPS tcrested in marine matter- asked his mother if they had dog watches on cat boats Philadelphia Kocord BUGS EYE In the new drama the father Ciutic is killed by lightniii and afterwards his sou too Professor Aha a new application of the law of heredity 9CURES N0TH1HG BUT RIESJ Flieyendc Blatter - it i INT Â¬ - Â¬ WW1 IS Itnnwn fnr IR uonvs l a 4U n v r l bw la I dont know Bridget BEST REMEDY for PILES mum Ivo bin tinkin about it all thcr 1 SOID BY AM DRUGGISTS mornin Puck Prepar i Otr El CH ABD S 01T MED CO GT L0TJI3 Composbk What do you think of my new song Critic It needs ven- Â¬ tilating Composer Needs venti- Â¬ It CArQ lating wWf Critic Yes the air is bad DO YOU v dont you know Harlem Life WANT A Bonny Papas the captain of our Situation ship and mammas the pilot His Teacher And what aro you Bob- Â¬ by Im the compass I suppose theyro always boxing me Truth How Tuosn Gim3 Love Onk An yWPVRIOHTEP LjjWW otiier Belle When George met me Prof E W ftmltli for J8 years principal of tho it was a case of lovo at first sight Lucelle It must have been I feel Commercial KY sure ho never took a second Tit Bits Awarded Medal and Diploma j iiuuu s uuiumuian txposmon NEWSPAPER WAIFS and General TJn They say kissing is unhealthy She Everything has its risks Puck TllrMnb IT tftiif1 A u r iuuuj successful twuKui 100 in hanks and 100 nhirui w Mason Why did you namo your Eater Him Kentucky- U VnV Womll dog that Because ho is always searching for tho ilcccc fore2lrtcuiaraIirrf8sUURtIon or Life WILBUR R SMITH LEXINGTON KY See thoso violets How modest they aro Modest guess you never I asked tho prico of them Truth POSITIONS GUARANTEED Doax brag said Undo Even Hit souns too much liko yoh was tryin tor under rcasonablo conditions Our FREE QQ pans cataloRuo will explain why wo can afford It bolster up yer own sof respeclc Dragons Practical Business College Washington Star Mistkess And pray why dont yon NASHVILLE TENN Wrho for cataloguo want to leave us Anna nook kwplng Shorthand Cook Penmanihlp and Tele Tho doctor has ordered my gronadicr a mora frraphy Wo spend moro money In tho Interest or ur IfnpIoymcntDepartnient than half tho Business generous diet alleccstikQ In as tuition 4 weeks by our method ltasclor Nachrichten Daugiiteii weeping Oh papa to- Â¬ teaching book keeping is equal to 12 weeks by tho old plan teachers GOO students past year no day I enter already on my thirtieth vacation outer any timo Cihap Hoard Wo liavo year Fathor Calm yoursolf child recently prepared books especially adapted to HOWIE STUDY it wont last long Fliegcndo Sent on days PitiDarT Hiram Daly Im sudden mum Mrs Why Bridget Isnt this going- m B 3a Colleeefy8 - SSSSK ilr1 p C -- ftleWJSfcWlnr w r J -- - 1 1 Blatter Send your job work to Tun Uerald trial Wrlto us nnd oxplaln We pay SB cash for all va- Â¬ cancies as book keepers stenographers teachers clerks etc reported to us provided wo fill same you wants 60 ND ft j s i - J i iLii KI Stitft 4 Jt VJ VH itf d y v MLMUvirrtmtxiTTmwjmrm h 1 mn BiuiiunMMjiVTgirvrT rwuv i FULL DRESS A Slfarla Travelers tfotentlon Afalan 9 fc Or f fy v 1 r fe j iNvNTIVia tikiNIUS Maxims semi flying machine of wro tho Cold planc traveled a distauco of five hun- Â¬ Tlio author of OnSlcdRo and Ilorsc dred feet clear of tho track provided back to tlio Siberian Lepers was de- Â¬ for it nnd then lifting tho car off tho termined not to freeze to death Shu track smashed it in a had a whole outfit of woolen under- Â¬ field lauded it and wear then a boso kind of wolsttlncd or Paws has witK flannel ft very thickly wadded color which invontcd a new shado it calls poluro dognon eider down ulster with bIcovcs lonjr enough to cover the hands entirely and That sounds better but docs not look on- Â¬ a fur collar reaching high enough to better than tho English version ion paring coyer the head and face Over all this M Meykii of Paris has invented a bIio had a shccnsldn rcnnliin kind of papcl that is indcstructiblo by feet and furnished with a collar which came over the fur one Then over tho fire Specimens after remaining one sheepskin he wore a dacha which is a hundred and forty eight hours in the fur coat of reindeer skin But ihte was heat of a potters furnace still retained n glaze only the beginning It has heretofore been almost im- Â¬ On my feet wero stockings mode of possible to make largo castings o long hair over them a pair of gcntle- mans thiekent hunting stockings aluminum but tho diillculty has nowÂ¬ over them a pair of Russian bootsinacle been so fur overcome that pure alumof felt coming high up over the knee inum bath tubs are made in a single and over them a pair of brown felt piece A PiinNcir invontor has got up n vnlcnlces Then I was provided with street car or omnibus driven with gear1 a largo fur bag or sack into which I ing from u treadmill attached to the could step My head covering was a fur lined ruar of the vehicle and supported on cap and the etceteras consisted of wheals Tho horse therefore rldei while ho works Bhawls nigs and wrnps come in Axnkaikd glass has not The sledge one of the elevated kind any practical form but an advance has had to be mounted I stood beside it tryingto solve the knotty prdblom of been made recently in making sheets of how to get in There wits no stop to glass witli fine wire threaded through o help mo and there was a crowd of them so that in case of breakage the aicn women and children gazing at me parts will hang together Three muscular policemen attempted j GREAT ARTISTS to lift me gently into he dodge but their eolnbined strength was futile Dei 1ioMiiO took his namo from his under the load So they had to set me oflice His duty in tho papal court was on the ground again to affix the leaden seal to tho papal or-Â¬ Then I attempted in a kind of majes- Â¬ dinances The place gave him a livelitic contemptuous way to mount with- Â¬ hood while he was making a reputation out assistance but alas my knees by his pictures would not bend My pride had to suc Â¬ FiK3oiE made a beginning by deco-Â¬ cumb I was helpless Two policemen rating the cells of the convent of St came and essayed another manoeuvre Murk in Florence Every cell was They took me by the arms and then adorned with a magnificent fresco and at their signal I made one desperate tlio fame of this work made tho reputa- Â¬ frantic effort and I was in tion of the artist I was in but I had to be packed and Van unit Wevdeno devotion to na Â¬ stowed away The men pushed and ture produced some curious results in pulled and dragged and coaxed and at his paintings When he wished to rep- Â¬ last I and my clothes were ready for resent a beggar for instance he em Â¬ starting As tSrbowing und thanking ployed the ugliest beggar he could find my assistants that was impossible 1 as a model just sat and fairly gasped and longed to sit Ml1nio died of injuries caused by a to get away fall from a scaffold in a church in Cadiz He had just finished a picture A LANDLUBDER SURPRISED and was admiring it when stepping Quickness ot Itritinh Turn In Clearing n backward to get a better view he made Iliittleahlp fur Action a misstep and fell At the words Clear for action there Cajjo was accused of murdering his is a commotion which a landsman wife and was put to the rack to make might mistake for a panic as men rush him confess lie asserted his inno- Â¬ from point to point A bluejacket cence eVTui under the most severe tor- Â¬ says the London Daily News never tures and was bo declared After his walks when an order is given but docs death his guilt was proven everything at the double Everyone INDIVIDUALITIES knows his station and goes to it by the quickest and shortest way With a Tun Ling of Grccco is an excellent rapidity that seems wonderful com- Â¬ swimmer and lias a perfect passion for panion ladders with their ponderous fishing gangways are unshipped and stowed Tiin carl of Dudleys diamonds are away railings arounu tho low tlceUs worth SS500C0a Â¬ fore and aft are lowered the ventilat lArrnwMi claims that he has re Â¬ ing cowls and chimney stacks disap- Â¬ 0000 requests for his photo Â¬ bo replaced by covers ilush ceived pear to with the doc1 hatches are battened graph and his autograph from his fair down water tight doors closed and admirers Chief P M Arthuhs real estate in tackle rif fed for hoistinir ammunition Next after the contribution which tlio Cleveland is assessed at S45GCO and kindred of the bulls have made b3 their worth about 5S5000 Tin French duchess dUzcs is said to strength we must set that which has Although this repair every Friday morning in mean come from their milk substance can be obtained in small clothes to a cancer hospital where she quantities from several other domestic Â¬ replaces an infirmary servant till lato ated animals the species of the genus in the evening The emperor of Germany drinks Bos alone have yielded it in suflicicnt quantities greatly to affect the develop- Â¬ nothing but Mexican coffee and a ment of man It is difficult to measure years supply is sent to him from a the importance of the addition to the plantation in tho state of Michoacan diet both of savage and civilized peo- Â¬ A large German colony there has been ple which milk affords It is a fact cultivating coffee for many years Tin ameer of Afghanistan is writing well known to physiologists that in its The boo will deal simple form this substance is a com- Â¬ his autobiography plete food capable when taken alone of with the whole of Abdurrahman sustaining life and insuring a full de- Â¬ Ivahns career from childhood his family quarrels his going to Russia velopment of tho body his rule etc Given the possession of a fair literary ability tho ameers WHAT A FLIRT IS boolc ought to bo interesting Has a Queer Kncllah f iuhi miMiijiiiiijiuiiiimmmm iiinjiiaiimmiiiiui mi - j k w- wi t -- iwwwwwPByj - 11 - I inn- - a- Suffered 25 years M un A J Merchant lato Pronldln Elder E Church irovo City In writes Dr Fcn I suffered 25 yora with nor April 4 lfttt kidney dlBlculty Sonto 10 yearn ago 1 used 1 buttles of your Kidney aed lluckacho Jure I can truly nay that slnco that time I haro had less hackucho than t hnd in ten min Â¬ utes beforo 1 took tho Cure I t col entirely cured Llenso fieud to my son Allegany CoUcro Moadvlllc Pa 2 foot ties of your Blood and Liver llemedy aud Norvo Tonic It cured Mrs Merchant Her Kidney and Backache Gyre DID IT A Great Renal Depurant yi Coastlimtlon etc Tho best Fumlly Physic Dr Fcnnors German Eyo Snlvo cures Soro Eyes Cracked LlnaPHeHSkln Eruptions RoHovea Cures all diseases of the kidncysbladdcr urinary passages Female Weaknesses Red Wetting in children JDropsy Heart Disease Rheumatism Skin nnd Blood Diseases Swelled Limbs Brights Dis- Â¬ ease Impotency etc Satisfaction guaranteed Sample free Dr Fonners Polloto turfc Slckllcariachcs SOWS K LACKSMITH AND WAGON Hazel Green Kv Uells MAKER X t i coukIi asthnm etc in mi hour A specific In Inflammation ltclluvcs burns tooth Â¬ ache neuralgia rheumatism or any pain In 1 to minutes Cures colic dyspopsladyscn tarynnd flux nlao bronchitis and consump- Â¬ tion Ouo dose cures LaQrlppo For hiilc liy Mia L n Day Hiizcl irocnlvy Dr Dr Fennoro Cough Honoy any Fcnners Coldon Roliof any Â¬ FOR ila JJL r tnYtn TTSTH rr iVq Jl ALCvA V sSip ft m nf U vy vi ii i ii i A j -- -- Tsa-f-wfshiii- ii CATATOOUKS MIXUTKS IKTTKH iriSADS KXVICIOPES cttn up ulth typn fink and paper call at AnytIiliiK Hint enn foe THIS IS THE KIND OF WAGON I BUILD VTHE HERALDOFFICE KT IIAZKT OltEEN r I I X CALL AND GET PRICES rMXMrrtrthtArt GEORGE W ROBINSON DEALKU IN 5 HHMnL mir iiTik j t IF YOU want to learn I THHvnm and become a competent the Ladies of Wolfe nnd the surrounding country to call nnd see the J UUUDS he luiN jiiHt received IncluaiiipT handsome line or HlLMMKll CZ2 all the lashionnble fabrics nnd Paris patterns and prints hCKiilcn an ciidleHsX variety of iotioiiH iiuliuhnu nil of the latest styles in Laes lubhons c e He also carries a large line ot cheap medium aim nigii graiiu JTVITKS tl II fni fill y11 PTnv t 31 i vpi to v iiinuwiii lniS VamESSe tJWAWHi TELEGRAPH hW Z mi JL HillllMWiw V J bl JUL Jil lOPERATOR LEXINGTON KY S- which he is selling nr lower prices than anybody PIflfcIHHdl IIIMWWW VthP ki XUM A O J lurehaso of him untl save money 5 W - K44I4fi4 MW6-K- f SKJitirril - ISW Tlio lendinc house for FANCY DRY GOODS FURNISHING GOODS nnd NOTIONS Ahvarys hiivo Big Drivos Spocial attontion H165 J UULO 167 Eace Street CINCINNATI O ijiyiw S- - f 1S1E r SkXiAsr nro irwipm i to Mail Ordors J i krk f Iif fa fa if O CirvnItlr ttv m JL UJLbJCJ -- AJl ri II It AM Opera House Block SS TRADEMARK LEXINGTON KY Â¬ A new nnd carefully selected Stock of tho K For kooplnnr tho Syotom In n Hoalthy Condition CURES Hoadacho CURES Constipation Acts on tho Liver and Kldnoyo Purlflos the Blood Dlspols Colds and Fovoro Boautlflo tho Comploxlon and Is Ploaslner and Rofroshlngr to tho Taste solo ar all druggists KTA nlcoly HlOitratcd elffhty pjuro Lincoln Story Uoolc plvcti lo every imrchauet of a tvitiue of Lincoln Tea Trice 25c Ask your drufftflst or Lmcotr TnA Co Fort Va vin I BEST kin n H M liSJ T HE WORLD A Word Which Derivation remember a long time ago hearing I a singular definition of a term very well understood by most of us given by an old Scotchman who spoke with Whats u llirt saidÂ¬ a strong accent A man who proposes and is relie How he came to be in such a fused more state of benighted ignorance is T say but so it was and am than I can reminded of tlio story by seeing in a book thnt tho verb to flirt means to move to nnd fro with a pert motion as Tlio fan being used for to ilirt a fan coquetting those who coquetted weroÂ¬ called fan flirts Lady Frances Shel ley introduced the word While on this subject says a writer in the New York Journal I should likoÂ¬ to mention as tho result of observation that flirts arc born not made and that unless tho faculty comes by nature it is not very much use to try and acquiro it becauso not only does SUCJUGATION OF WILD CATTLE How LATEST STYLES and at prices that defy competition ssrCome and see us Respectfully Hrs MAGGIE HOWARD Â¬ m M A It XV nu AccoiiiilInhed by Primitive Kuropminn rtT V n H H K A I LLULkilUU VV H is lv l venr nnd it is iteUiiowledgoil to be the best local piiiier tmlillMliotl in Kentucky Subscribe now nnd aecure all tho good thing it will contain tub year i the effort recall sometimes the tempted gambols of a cow which onlyÂ¬ draw attention to the natural heavi ness and solemnity of tho animal but on it is as likely as not that in puttingcon- Â¬ nnd ways that are not a manner sonant with ones temperament one may make hideous mistakes just as when a vorv shy person tries to bo cool nnd assured in bearing it happens often that tho coolness scais like Â¬ rudeness and the assurance liko insowo can really lence I dont believe ly any more than wo can change our physical appearnnco much without Its being found out It is tho ass in the at- Â¬ alter our natural selves even externalllonankln Nvw d Â¬ after nil the time tuKUUbcribc Only 1 The first and simplest use made of the animals from which man derives strength appears to have been brought about by tho subjugation of wild cattle the bulls and buffaloes Several wild varieties of tho bovine tribe were originally widely dissemi- Â¬ nated in Europe and Asia and these forms must havo been frequent objects of chase by the ancient hunters Al Â¬ though in their adult state these ani Â¬ mals were doubtless originally intract- Â¬ able tho young wero mild mannered and as we can readily conceive must often have been led captive to the abodes of the primitive people As is common with all gregarious animals which have long acknowledged the authority of their natural herds- Â¬ men tho dominant males of their tribe these creatures lent themselves to do- Â¬ mestication Even the first generation of the ca tives reared by hand probably showed a dispohition to remain with their mas- Â¬ ters and in a few generations this na- Â¬ tive impulse might well have been so far developed that tho domestic herd was established affording perhaps at first only flesh aud hides and leading the people who mado thoin captives to a nomadic life that constant search for fresh fields and pastures new which characterizes people whoaro supported by their flocks nnd herds of lUHfc8 WQS calle1of the Father the Wit and Ridicule tho Phoenix Lucian of France from tho pungent character of his ecliro bran J fiu8 MAUPIN VVITII JAY-EYE-S-EE homo iTlirJmrr Grove Fnrm try Inifj Wisfuyu After nch -a utRO r very known remedy 1 reniovedli year old HUy S of two yenru nUndlnj from a with lluco nppllcatlouu of in rAHK ofJuy-Kyc-SeOUuel- t t J Effiaii u n r hZ4K ra ai 3fif ii m r M Ji JrJS a m m mrm atfiMftr T4jwj j- af i v iti Htl nm 1 n Ti i 3 j ntmw -- tn ffiffl mm 4vrwirTirsi iiiiiMwfl iiiiiitiiiiuisiiiiiifiiiiiiiaiiiitiaitiiiafiiiiiiiia I bnveevrruwdorhcnrd 2 S licnriuy riconimond It to all llorftcincu 5 lYcliavs hundreds of such tetllmontalf vnvwyMH I iiii i rrlcc8150 per bottle Aik yourdruwd for It If Jib Cot not kvttini uiSctiiuiorltvrfortrlui VV J J 13I1Y CO iviiltolinii i wiORUABK A 222553ilKw of II lBlhohotpropnmtlon 1 iiliilS WFTD 1 f ii HB IGfcjr D H OARPENTEE twr i PUREST THE-PRICE- WHOLESALE DItY GOODS NOTIONS BOOTS SHOES OATLETTfllWRO J- - i c KY AND BEST TTTVV - SEITZ WITH prompt UNN tb CO wbo hrg Jd azprienM la thaPtat MmImm JLJIsh tlofuiMrltlreollditta IM I VI CAT COPYRIGHTS I OHTAINan A PA WWf fff lionw onMfjnMtm answor and nn St Co takes tarowii Mi0MfiHetiMeri TBOalTff 4 Tfn LESS TH AM HA LP OF OTHtR BRANDS HALVESI0QUARTERS54 W M KERR IOBBKRS IN CO POUNDS20 turn are brought niUier Ittorpiha paWlawlM- iout aam to tha inr ratadiCSifc nJ iMt4 wMalrataaaat anr miwiUWs wwck m Wi tk tartrftK wretuaiion of mMnf mm Mk a tftaAB wnMlkM wwMHMma UM wa u niniiv wiiiiu - latnu n Hardwan Aericultura Inplimiiits ssfift w i fflr mnmutjm SOLD IN CANS ONLY 4 IT TWjtU4IWTji - ifjpjBMjWBWWWMWWBW m WOLFt COUNTY Bora on Saturday to the wife of GII Fit Iks a girl Mw Sarah E Wilson of Canipton h VWting her son Grant Spradling thin Kev II B Omnford visilcd tho family Jfof Thomas K Tutt Jr Wednesday lant He returned Iiome Thtirsdav James 1U Brotfn lias returned home tafrdm Olay Oily where he hat been on bu- t ir- - I niuess - uv una n cuiurtiubui iluyglllg Dr James IT Stampers ten m from Canipton passed through hero Wednes day last with a load of wheat for May Â¬ A OIioHt Party In Dniivllln H The Kentucky Advocate has discov- Â¬ ered h haunted houso In Danvlllo and Livery Feed and Sale Stable proposes to investigate tho matter in tho HAZEL GREEN KY following unique style J PIERATT T A WAXTXc3B3EX2 SHE 30 Physician and Surgeon HAZEL GREEN KY jQTfUirgery nnd obstetrics nnpecinlt I jf THC MIHAOU Kf Of UHHttM aRTil ivr wavjr aVH 5 Vk jYou i nro invited to attend n ghost i party to bo given at midnight On the list of Novembor nt tho res- - 6 will nlso attend to all calls for auctioneering und solicit business of this kind Respectfully Ac JOHN ir PIERATT This is something liko tho form of an invitation that tho pcncller of tho Advocate will isauo to a number of friends Tho party is to bo no counterfeit affair with curious spectres and hobgoblins town but there will be genuine spooks and A 8 year old son of- - William Brown spooklcts with nil tho spectral trimmings A I ttt miiu uuuiiuu n11 wim uiuii i v that usually accompany well regulated infill sician was called tutt failed to conquer hunts The entertainment is to be tho disease given in order to determine whether or f Wo wero much pained nt tho death of not a certain house in town is really kinsmanChnpSwangOfOf Mnytown haunted 4 yir Tho wife and little son havo our pro Why did you move the pcnciler found sympathy asked a lady friend T K Tutt nnd family visited his Tho houso was haunted said she brother-in-laCurt Bowman of Owsloi rOR A TRIAL MONTHS USCRIPT1I and I was frightened nearly to death ev Â¬ TO TUB county They wero accompanied by ery night Why I wouldnt live at tint Misses Rosa and Floronce Cranford who place again for all tho money in Dan IlYrjuN returned with them ville Its a fact Why you can hear moro curious noises about that houso at Lhiio Local THE BniQHTCBT AND BCBT ArTCHMOa fAPin IN THC SOUTH Tho citizens of this placo tried some night Doors will slam windows will and some heavy footed animal timo ago to make up money enough to rattle Latest Market Quotations build a church but failed and nothing walks acrosH tho porch every night at Latest State News moro was said about it until recently midnight I was standing in tho front All the Local News when J It Elkius Of this place most room ono night and all of u sudden one Complete Press Reports generously donated a sufficient nmount of the windows was raised by some invisLARGEST CIRCULATION IH THE SOUTH for that pourposo Tho ediflco is to bo ible hand 0 its awful Aud then tho woman nave a shrug of 24 feet wido CO feet long and M feet 30000 AND OVCn DAILY high is to bo ceiled weather boarded and her shoulders that mndo tho cold chills SO OlSIVr A MONTH covered with shingles will bo painted run up and down the backs of everybody Or soo Year by Mall nicely and will cost 517 Mr Elkins fa in tho neighborhood She inuirtts that the houso is haunted n member of the Methodist church and JNOi A HALDEMANaua MAMAocn nndassho is n pretty level hoadcd truthone of our most worthy citizens 000 Fourth AvcnOc Simon Hollon who was nrrcsted some ful woman there must bo something in LOUISVILLE KENTUCKY time ago for cattlo stealing and carried her story A watch party will bo formed to Winchester for safe keeping broke and an attempt rnudo to kidnap a ghost jail n fow nights ago and stole u lino gray or twor Kcntucky Advocate fT D MOORE and rodo her to tho head of Devils imaro whore ho unsaddled her and put BEN WILLIAMSON CO t tho saddlo in an old unoccupied ho u so of James Napiers He then went to David and gave him an order On Mr - Banks CATLETTSBURG kXi for tho maro Hanks after talk- Napior Sole agency for South Bend PInWf ing with Ilollon found out ho had stolen tho animal Ho then went to Henry Fnlkncrs and related tho facts to him Mb and Mns Blank in Danville idenco of i iJSSiJ j9I Â¬ nnd Single Riga ntul Saddle Horses for hire Pnrtien convoy cd to nny point on treasonable terms Â¬ TVi J F LOOKHART Â¬ JDEreEST- EZEL KY wimmw THE RAMS sifi Ssmiryr7ZtiPX mt Vsfi H - LJrtMN w fAKTIiAN MN A FLOYD Sr- - BYRtf W Campton Ky Â¬ ATTORNEY-AT-LA- 4 UNIQUE WOT KCCSNTmg tMiryy NOT FUNWT ITm - a1tl QIL SEND Abstracts of title furimhwl collec tions nmle nnl prompt returns guaranteed Connected with tln law firm of Wood Dnj Mt Sterling Ky in civil practice T C rth Mt widely jutd ppr Whole sennons in encir Full of cartoen and plcturai year Only 150 Brumous not noua pr Settd St 00 for trial Bubscrlptloa THE RAMS HORN 1110 WOMANS TtMPlt CMIi OUKtNOH TAMP JOHNSON Â¬ FIFTY CENTS Campton J H MVAN00 TInzl Green JOHNSON ATTOUNEYS-AT-LAA- SWANGO V Â¬ CMI BArCLT Will practice In the Wolfe county aud cirCollections promptly inndi cuit courU nnd abstracts of title iurnislied on short THE notice XjL UOWAKD STAMPER ATTOUNnY-AT-LAS- BUSINESS WORLD V CAMPTON KY Will practice in the courts of Wolle nnd the adjoining counties All buHiucss entrusted to our care will receive prompt attention IN MINIATUBE M Â¬ Louisville Times OMIIS HOUSE CAMPTON KY - J B HOLLON Prophietou Â¬ The patronage of the traveling public is respectfully bnlicitcd Table the best and every attention to the comfort of guests ST JAMES HOTEL Fourth Street near Main CINCINNATI 0 Kf iKO WEHEKS SONS Malinger Â¬ t Thc patronage of Wolfe and Morgan counties solicited UOTEL LELAND fl S It JlltOOI New Iluilding Klectrio Elevator Lexington Ky Proprietor Hardware Cutlery 1 c Gas aud Klectric Light Heated throughout with Hot Wutcr iJfl Rates 200 a Day Nea business center nnd depot Come and see me Respectfully SR BROOKS connected with the State A M College VICTOR B0GS6RT JBwele F THE f wheroupou Falknor summoned James Napier and David Hanks to assist in nr- resting him which they did and placed him in safe keeping nt Campton WATO lifecii 17 IIJ LenioB Business 6T THE PRACTICAL TBfl 12 Short Street Shanghai MORGAN COUNTY s SS4to15 UU19 May Benlley LEXINGTON KY Diamonds Watches and Jowolry Reliable Goods Fair Dealing and Bottom Prices All Goods and Work Guaranteed JJPBost to bo had for tho money School South Krol Kvolull Hifl D W Vest and family have moved to Wiso county Virginia Mrs Stovo and Miss Lizzie Tieratt arc visiting nt West Liberty G 13 Swnngo and Lovi Knsh wero in town Monday on business Buford 1ioratt has been on tho sick list sovcral days but is improving It is reported that Sholton McKinnoy on Toms branch died a few days ago An infant child of John A Pierntt was brought hero last Sundny for burial G W Gonds wife was thrown from a horso Inst wcok and considerably bruised up John M Rico and wife who wero vis iting hero recently roturncd homo last Â¬ Born a Genius Disoaso Threatens to Cut Short a Noble Career But Hoods Sarsapnrllla Rostoros Good Hoalth Lllllo May Ilentloy li nn accomplished elocu- Â¬ tionist and natural loru speaker of only 12 years of age Sho is tho only child temperanco locU uror before Uio public Her genius however did not exempt her from an attack of a disease of tho blood Her own words best tell tho story C I Hood Co Lowell Mass I heartily Join with tho many thousands that aro recommending Hoods Sarsapnrllla I had been troubled from Infancy with gatherings in tho bond 1 was compelled to leavo school upon tho ilootorH ad Ico llo thought It was the only thing to savo my life but I LOUIS STIX WKOIKSALK DEALERS IX CO t this mighty trio For yenrs wo have fought theso consumers of life with lifos own weapon the air we breathe made v rat Somo splendid changes aro being mado stronger for tho combat by tho aid nnd skill of modorn science Our in our county roads A survey was re COMPOUND OXYGEN cently mado through J B Cecils farm and when tho road is inado thoro will not restores strength quiets tho nerves nnd pel a bA singlo pull tho entire distance A ox Proofdiseases convinco nil who reason nW survey with good gradefor tho is oflerodthnt will nil who freo to sutler Exol road on tho west side of Blackwater Send us your address isalso a gplendid improvement DttS STAR KEY PALEN BlURT 1629 Arch St Philadelphia Pa i SUU Another from TexRi 120 Sutter St San FnmciscoCal Cranfikld Gap Texas 4 A CIMBdNhrWltliM BtmlML TritjtlMUBU MdrkMb ton November 12 1804 f -- IN At JSrxxpiR CoorJSR Hasel Ureen ivy JLtMrOtMA CUHIIIt 8llUUMh Im4 MIlW T nMA B Mills find eneloaodr 60 Mir XX Mr You willwill please send mo frtM ftUafe Otwr HW TkM Klwt K44rUs rtlU jritJ far which you tiM HtU UUn U4Un BwpCkHs Xan Mkid lrte ftrm SnMnHlni Pm fitra hktHtn old HmralD Jbf wiii ittnUr lUMrUi ItUmulCwbr 6C1UM YoUra Democratically fw Ui Mmi M WWAM KiU 99 M4MM VI OH Swanco k Â¬ burial Saturday Johnnio Combs roturncd from col logo a fow days ago and is now confined to his room with fover Hon Joo M Kendall was in town Sun day Ho looks nil 0 K for a fellow who has had his funeral preached all over tho country John Arnsparger recently bought of J A Nickoll a farm near Flat Gap and has moved to it and Kelly Murphy has moved to tho property vacated by Arnsparger Henry Clay Turner and Gcorgo Ham- ilton and brother are tin fnr a hunt VThey had not been in Ezel ten minutes till Clay made a fino point Tho game howover was not taken away as it was a Â¬ Â¬ wcok Miss Hada Childora who died at May town last Friday was brought bore for fectlvely upon tho blood nnd I began to Improve Barsaparllla Contlnuod to Grow Worso I was persuaded finally by a friend to try noods Tho uso of ono bottle acted ef-- WES SiSyH WKH3MS JkND A HoocTss After tho uso of three bottles the gathcrlug ceased and I am cured of my former trouble I tX it Vuouumi wiiuuways remain atruo fr end iKr Sholbyvlllc Indiana Get HOODS cQlclontly on tho liver and bowels Cures 3500 AND UP Fred J Heintz JIANUFACTURING FINER GRADK AT J business A REVELATION is made to the pupil iu Rook keeping Ranking Shorthand Type writing 1 eleginphy 1eninnnship Conimer cial Law Arithmetic Grammar Spelling and Rusiness Correspondence ns taught Iit lllt MvAKn iXTKMKbTiNU ilnn of ACT JAIJUvSESS WIACTICE VbKl only in COLLEGE belorc which the old thco retical copy lighted text book copying sys tem must go JUSITIONS for ita iniils nrn mnrlo a Third Rucc mill Union Sts aiiL ciiiuy in inib scliool which iroinise8 to the Commercial World the highest tvie of CINCINNATI 0 We enrry the goods that will suit vour clhcient business men and women GUARANTEED to be as represented or trade und our prices are THE LOWEST money refunded special nttention given to rjnil orders BEWARE of schools which do not do this bond for beautiful illustrated Catalogue E free WITH For full particulars call at the college or ENDORSED by the highest Countv nnd State officials bv the lending business mid piofessionul men of the country and by hundreds of pujiils who arc successful in Dry Goods NOTIONS Etc PREWITT Â¬ address Garter Dry Ms Co Co C C IOC 10S 110 112 CALHOUN Principal 114 116 E Main St JEWELER KY Successors to Carter Rios Hooda Pills act easily yet promptly aud 23c 135 E Main St Custom House Square LEXINGTON LEXINGTON KY ESTCost to complete any prescribed course VERY reasonable Importers and Jobbers of ENEMIES THREE Thoro nro with which tho wenk potson generally hns to cotiteud Work regularly consumes his strength hut often nnys for what it takes Woitnv lights tho candlo nt tho other end nnd nover pays nt nil Dishasi ties Iih hntuls nnd deprives him of power of resistance Who can number the thousands BSyOompetcnt workmen in our watch repairing department J08T IN QUANTITY Bo Ton Wear Pauls ONLY BEST IN QUALITY AND NOTIONS LOUISVILLE KY Pntronngo of tho mountain merchants is most rcspeotftilly solicited JUIIGK AIIIOB 1AVIS WliST LIIJKUTY ICY WITH IF 80 WEAR THE LION BRAND MANUFACTURED BY KENTUCKY OVERCOME BY vermifuge 20 Hns lod all WORM Romodios WHITES CREAM FOR YEARS JEANS CLOTHING CO Sett man Bros MANUFACTURERS Co EVERY BOTTLE GUARANTEED1 SOLI II V ALT imUG GISTS rrmrJ br mnunnsoK HKiiftiNK ro bt torts CLOTHING LOUISVILLE KY Evory pair warranted 4 Price Wdtr la Caveati and Trado Mrka obtained and all Pat ent business conducted for Moderate Feet Our Office Is OppesHe US Patent Office and we can eucuro patent In Icea time than those remote from Washington Bend model drawing or pliot 6 with descrip tion Wo advise If patentable or not free of charge Oar fee not due till patent la secured A Pamphlet Howto Obtain 1atcnta with names ofactual cllentaayouttttte county or town aeat free Address Â¬ Hag CASNOWCO 00 Wont Vcurl Street CINCINNATI The trade of Dstorn Kentucky inerchnnts 18 respectfully solicited W W FYVIE VARNER CO RiiMtr8KNTINO John Â¬ HAZEL GREEN JOose KY town which ban SANFORD wholesale dealers iu iilotf0iirmn vo uu uuy vcieuruteu EaOWKiHe 9 121 Boots and r PORTSMOUTH and 123 Second Street CPJTracyCo OHIO trom the wholesale house of Shoes PORTSMOUTH O S reSectaijfiSF TWOSECRETS foot wear without n Inst and Rlast Rock witlimit cncXc Inmt Wheii you want tho LEST nsr footwear sent for 2 AJiir c give him a call CO Cauey Ky for these valuuble receipts to half solo all t ivwka - v wkM UKL Vl t l juiffy