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USi jBB Ai- - rv u- - - ri -- t fc t MM MMMDVHMH3HRHmT Atj SPENCER COTopEROwnornnd Editor f -- p Established March 4 18S5 and Mado Famous in ftto CeJobrntod Story of Johnathan and His Continent1 by Max ORoll j Green HERHitr 3 O or a ii C NoIkj- - Wo rM With 2 oata lrom AH Xuttoiin Lumorltifr at Ills Knclr Sl00 A YEAR Always In Ativan TENTH YEAR roCTnanacmafaaiiwuJuJutww oniTUAKV December 7 ISO J a dark sluulow of sorrow and bereavement was oiist upon tho minds mid hearts oi uho jicoplu of our littlo town by tho death of one of our beloved citizens l By permission of tho Supremo of all itbiiurs the Jloath iiol visited t jo lunne Tof A 0 Byrdand claimed as his own i HAZEL GREEN WOLFE COUNTY KENTUCKY THURSDAY DECEMBER 27 1804 LITERARY NUMBER 40 Tho head of a public hcIiooi i yVm tfil ly h very conceited yoUlig man utterly lumiraut of his own dimt nsions ami lus ing nil that hnbtt of conOiliaihiii toward - 1 Onr Friday NOTES A 11 FASHION NOTES of black NeirVolUnn1 is wired wire is coverlet lw a narrow I this daughter MaHaia -- m EMFXiNMriuiod1 iti J C J 1 1 liout imp call ISA ipts A rirruj laco bonnet ia aneecoutrio Thev tell us of an Indian tree which ity in trimming On either rklo of the howsncVpthfMin nndUyVuiayiimpt i boughs to WiiiiTfvr Ticc aiidMi1iut and front aro very full pomponn of plaited bJo im widpaii liijhHfiir bet tor gloves lnco from the middle of which perky She died of a pulnionarv afltctbu sini- to bend its iiims tlownwiird again tti thnt little nigrctx sot up about four or Jivo J fir jiw llilt 111 lilVkllli II1HI t Lll I lllll lllll lllll Mill dear earth from which tho llfevthat fiUs inches Tho bonnet proper in mado of Lwftli iidthnui in extreme votith wllieh and warms It grateful being fust had whirred laco and the pompons aro tho ir clnni to hcr Affivcor x years birth Tis thus though wooed by flatonly trimmingif ng rtljo had whooping couh and tering friends and fd witF finite if Dikseks of batiste aro made with from thattime ill the ditv of her death titlo pao and from tlieilrst table of fame it ber my heart mv own dear moth ii i wiui a spasmodic content it is evident that the innjjn- - three or five narrow rufllcs edged with ri wia Lrtiiuiifii erfbends withloVestriio instinct back a olio has always been an invalid j zinc will feel to cover the most ad Â¬ very narrow Italian vnl lace Tho ioiiKii to thee Phoebo Jury FRUIT DUDS and her whole life has been one ofio- - vanced phahcsof investigation in ehcin waitj oru mado in simple fashion oolopy botany and gTtheed tit belt and collar and over Conkiim means the knowledgo of all tense suile ring and many times fihe has iotay goolrffy GititKN currants make good bauco or the ulioulders aro laeo edged rallies to jbcen apparently very near the dark rher cttlfcr piivsical sciences herbs and fruits and balms ami spicfes pios match tho skirt The sleeves are in and of all that is healing and sweet iu Jbut forsdmo reason she waRjpnred She lLsinivitUY jam has no superior among Ileitis and groves nnd bishop shape or arc mado after the pat Â¬ always bore her alilictions bravelv and HOP5E HINTS savory iu meats the sauces tern furnished for tho lining1 in it means watchfulness and willingness without a murmur She attached her Tin currant is a native of the north and renditions of compliance Tooth powder is an excellent cleaner Lleeves and arc then trimmed self to the M E church south at about it means of line llliyree jewelry with three or five lnce cdgvd rulllcssot perhaps o Holland the economy of your grentgrnudtuothers ten years of age and was converted at Do not have tho currants too ripe and the fcience of modern chemists it Tin fuinca of u brinibtono match will on in shingle fashion Her life was ever consistent seventeen when making jelly but they must not means English thorough iiess and Frmeh with her relations to tho church and her ivnuv berry htaiu1 from the ilnierbo green MEDICAL STATISTICS art and Arabian ospitnlity Kiiskin professions as a Christian Notwith Â¬ or Htill better ulc a little lemon juieo or ripe tomato standing the pain andsuHeringshecxpc In making raspberry jelly add con Â¬ OVIY 900 persons in 1000000 die of A brier and astoundiiii story comes A littit alcohol will do wonders in siderable currant juice the flavor will rieacedin her lasi earthly trial and con old age from Alabama iu regard to the riot re- Â¬ llict Jiclafel days seem to have been her briitvninf lass Turpentine is not be impaired Twiivj Englishmen in every 10000 ported to have occurred in Wilcox coun- Â¬ for washinpr tiinks wliieli have liapjjicstaiidjnjglitest She spent most A crnnvrrr bush will grow almost ty Five negroes are Htiitl to havo been die of 7011 1 of lier time iusimriiiUk nravimrand nrais- become dull and dirty anywhere nnd give good returns for billed in the melee and thirteen fatally FuANcn has 1S000 cases of smallpox even indifferent care in the Lord and was perfectly williW j a lonr experience I have found wounded that the Lords will concerning her should j nclhirT that will clean brass so eanily ovcry year KAsrnnumns are bestwken plucked be doneDurihi her lastrilhie s of Krnon has 3S3JG0 blind 230JOO fresh and ripe from tho bushes and There was no bud j no bloom on the iielly ar l i atififactorily an t paste abouf tliree woelcs her friendsand rela called puiy pomadc It comes in snmll deaf mutes tho spider- and so are other bowers uvt their thir immediately usedtives were continually Hocking in to see tin boxes and can bo had of leading shrouds night by night the thistledown In Holland more women than men die berries ipod Housekeeping her and almost invarially ho greeted jroccrs the only ghost of flowers sailed slnwlj of apoplexy thehi vitlHaiJonilc and a Kind wophTo by passed noiseless out of sight T 11 I lliimn rings such as aro used on Of 10000 deaths in England lot aro POINTERS the Christian she gave wordsTofihiipalaod fruit cam often- become hard and from lnerKilos Bead encouragement and to the sinner words brittl Ax electric railway mail service has They cn bo restored by let Umoirrs disease is most prevalent in Who has been wise receives interest of warning and entreaty been established in Montreal ting tnem lie in water in which you Shanghai China savage felon president judge farmer suchthat rller life ladder for upper berths sailor mechanic literate fleverybody and character was herlfriend have put a littlo ammonia Mire 11 this Or every 1000 deaths in England 270 An extension ban voting old it who knqwjictvas of sleeing ears One- part ammorda and are from apoplexy been devised proportion is the same the interest will come round and loved and respected her HhcNvill two parts water Sometime r they do Tin brilliance of candle flamo can bo all will comb round Ix JSvrtho Russian hospitals had 02 Walt Whitman be misled at home in sbcictyVud in the measured with compasses nnd calpcrs higher not need to Ho in this niiro than Ave 000 typhus patients t church but she lias been callcdup One reads to know other pcopleV PiXKAiFLi juice is a valuable medi- Â¬ DncKiiHEit is the most fatal mouth in to the enjovment of better things She minutes but frequently si half hour is needed to restore their elasticity cine for indigestion aud throat trou Â¬ thoughts but if wo take them upoi bus gone to join the white robed throng the year for asthma trtixt without examining and comparing which John the Rcvelator saW that Tiik number of persons born blind is bles SHORT The two swiftest runuers of the ani Â¬ them with our own it is really living on had gono up through great tribulation sixty five to the million mal creation are tho kangaroo and tho other peoples scraps Chesterfield and had been washed in thu blood of the Wohkixo without a plun is a waste Twin as many women as men nre ostrich lamb She has fought the battle of life of strength Ever wanton nnd enuselfMS restraint alilictcd with jieuralagia Eahly Christians inherited their be- Â¬ of tho will of the nubject whether pra faithfully and valiantly and has lain Mk arc often gainers when they Ovek 000 new cases of leprosy are aside the crown and is now wearing a lief in witchcraft from their pagan ticed by a monarch a nobility or a pop Â¬ money annually registered in Ilussin mown of brightness and glorv in the lose their forefathers ular assembly is a degree of tyranny It coats less to be contented than it eternal world As terrestrial tilings be Giunc national elections aro held Blackstone HYMNS AND HYMN WRITERS gan to fade from her view as she em- does to be unhappy every four years The polling places Too many people would rather have Itred a Llrcttino In Twolvn Wnn barked on the river of the death we have Let us with a gladsome mind was aro churches The most ramorknblo instuueo of every reason to believe that Heaven in glory than goodness written by John Milton when only fif Hiirpliix of Iaivyorn rapid growth was recorded by tho all its beauty grandeur magnificence It is much easier to be contented teen yoara old In 160 the proportion of lawyers to French academy in 1720 It was a boy glory to rise on her sight and as she without wealth than it is with it and Of Him who did salvation bring the male population in this country six years of ago five feet six inches iu nea d the other shore she was niPt by a Tiieiu aro too many people who was translated by A W convoy of departed friends to escort her dont know what giving mcana by ex- Â¬ the Latin of St Iternard ltoehm from was one in 101 aud iu 1880 it was one in height At the ago of fivo hih voice 308 The number of lawyers in legis- Â¬ changed at six bin board had grown and as they approached the pearly gates perience How did my heart rejoice to hear latures has always been greater than and ho appeared a man of thirty He of the celestial city Heaven swung ajar A couxTEHFKiT is alwayfi proclaiming is by Watts It was her everlasting portals to receivo uer at the top of its voice that there is a Going to Church originally entitled their proportion of tho population possessed great physical strength and would warrant In Mnino there hns could easily lift to his shoulders and and she at once entered upon the joys genuine evil long I took delight was by been on the average ono lnwyer for carry bags of grain that weighed two She life beyond and happiness of the It is a bad moral atmosphere whoro John Newton He called it his spirit- Â¬ each ten members in Vermont and hundred pouude His decline was ab began her abodo in the celestial clime vulgarity posses for wit and humor ual autobiography Rhode Islnnd ono for each twelve in rapid as his growth At eight his hair where sickness sorrow pain aud death and men arc eutcrtuincd by it Karnn Ixfiniti God to Thee we raise was Connecticut nnd in Now Hampshire and beard were gray at ten he tot- Â¬ aro novcr permitted to enter a translation by Charles Wesley of a one in Rixteen and in Massachusetts Her last request of her friends and rel- Horn tered iu his walk his teeth fell out ono in nine Of the entire number of and his hands bocamo palsied ut part of the To Doum atives who visited or stood beside her A Notable Kvent dying couch was that they would meet Akm of tho Gospel nwake was one United States senators sinco 1787 twelve ho died with cvry outward When Queen Victoria travels an en- Â¬ her in Heaven To all those wo would gine is carefully selected in charge of of thb first of Charles Wesleys hymns 2001 out of 3152 huvo been lawyers sign of extreme old sgc Of tho twenty four presidents of tho nay that iu life wo must prepare for an experienced engineer and fireman It was published iu 1730 United States nineteen have been lnw death and if we fight the battle bravely A pilot engine always precedes thu HI Striking-- Feature He dies the friend of sinners dies t the to the end and run tho race patiently A certain jutlgo who is blessed with nnd no train is allowed to was by Isaac Watts It has been ma- Â¬ jers Seventeen of218 of twenty threo vice presidents and over looking unto Jesus tho author and royal train the 232 unb a tremendous head of hair which is terially altered by John Wesley Â¬ finisher of our faith wo may hopo to cross the main line for half an hour be When on Sinnis top I see is from inet officers havo been members of the generally in a state of wild disorder fore tho timo for the queen to pass meet her war questioning a youthful witness to Tho gates at ull grade crossings nrc the pen of Montgomery It was origi- Â¬ b3r Is it not sweet to think hereafter mnko nurc that ho comprehended the Origin of tho Chinese Cor locked all shifting operations are sus- Â¬ nally called tho Three Mountains When the spirit leaves this sphere pended and an army of traek walkern It scums that it was not tho custom character audto importance of thoonth Love with dcuthless wins ahnll waft her Iloy ho said ho waB about aro on duty to remove any obstruction To those she long hath mourned for here of the ancient Chinese to bIiuvo the with his severesttako most magisterial Mnjentio Steel ItniiK and cusfrom the line In addition to ull this from which twns deatli to sever Hcurts head and wear a cue That was a do you feel sure that you Steel is superceding cast iron iu al tom brought in by the Tartar invaders manner Eyes this world shall neer restore a telegram is sent from every station There as warm us bright ni ever work requiring strength of nearly three hundred years Hgo and could identify mo after six months heralding her approach Altogether structural Shall meet us and be loot no more Bridges steamships office they forced it upon tho conquered Now bo careful Think boforc yon it mubt bo quito an events when her material replied Well your honor n a majesty takes a trip but the general buildings and all other construction work provinces Tho result was that msny fpeak thu boy after a prolonged survey of requiring resistance to strains and stresses ChincMj were driven into Corea and traveling public cannot enjoy it UHcupuu Counterfeiter Caught aro now mado of steel Following this tho inhabitants of thnt province when tho judges portly figuro and rugged Deputy United States Marshal W A I aint ure but I think I Continent Xnutot for Woiuiii idea tho Majestic steel ranges aie they yielded to the suzerainty of the fcutures Byrd of Jackson Iireathitt county ar- Â¬ could if you wasnt to comb your hair Three grent divisions of the globe mado of cold rolled steel plates riveteu rested Floyd llarker at Mead station on took their names from feminine orig Â¬ fnot bolted to frames of malleable iron Tartars stipulated thatthey should 10 permitted to preservo their ancient Very 1uliiUble Barker aud his half inalsAsia frou a nymph of the 18th iust that not eat iron thus preventing the open dress So tho Corcons do not iriiuvo tho arbrother William Smith were first Tho Mexicans havo a way of making Â¬ ing of joints by contracion aud oxpan head but wear their hair as their an Â¬ Europe from Europa tho retted at Bloomiugton Magoffin county name Ageurr jud Africa from daugh- mou or loosening of bolts Without cestors wore it four thousand years a kind of hot bread called tortillas Libya ter of where they had been making and exten- or Aphricc tho doubt this is tho strongest and most du ago a manner which is seen iu China that is quito appetizing to a hungry daughter of Epnphus sively circulating counterfeit money of man The cooking utensils used in rable construction ever presented to pur only on tho stage And tho fourth quarter America In September though small denominations tho making of it arc slmplo in thu ex- Â¬ evidenced by ho immense chatter as is named they broke jail at Jackson where they given a feminine for a 11111 has been sales of Majestic ranges An appreciaOrigin nl the ttnlMm Slick treme consisting merely of a smooth ending wcro being held under indictment of tho Probably the patriarchs stalt was flat stono about two feet long and u tive public is not slow to commend an United States court at Louisville and article that has strength without too tho llrst adaptation of tho walking thin pinto of irpn On the stono is litituv a iv manniaetured since have been with relatives in lloyd preat weight that docs its cooking with stick and from its flrrl inception to tho placed a mass of corn that has licou Aovri h fnecci fully imitated county When llarker was caughtSmith out waste of food or fuel that supplies pivic nt day it has uudergonu almost thoroughly soaked in alkali This is Tin miiff month hi in its foot escaped by jumping through a window an abundance of hot water without a ondhj s changes In 1701 footmen at Â¬ mashed until it becomon a smooth in tho darkness dodging a half dozen l union yrovs on trees in Japan fnim firo or interference in baking tending gentlemen were forbidden to paste It in hen taken up In small bullets in thedih Marshal Uvnl went lnlil wii litil liivl ittjit that i conomies timo ami wives labor carry swords thesi being replaced by hnndfuls patted into thin cakes and i If JPfi- Ufa4 ivi IltV ii to lmiaville with his prisoner leaving letters that requires no repairs in short a range a parlors stun Thirty years later seasoned with cayenne popper nUw i his assistants to track Smith w Hjmnwici has a small leper that litis thocomiiound dualities of great gentlemen wore forbidden to curry which each cako is wrapped in a loaf ness without glitter Such is the 31a sworda but allowed to carry largo oak of corn and placed on the hot iron DiiMincH this Honor j colon jprftie now on exhibition at W V sticks Before many years varniahed plate to bake over a hot firo Tub title rabbi moans master or G W Drake has been appointed dop-f Iteeds hardware store Mt Sterling and polished woods with ornnmontnl tcaohor uty United States mar hal by Capt Ja j Kimro ij3Mll I1w11 trt tint iiiBtmtftii nf 1mliu frim O headbcamo intoiio and in one form or Littlo SuhIo carried to a nokrbbor DitAMAil in India aro ployed in tho Blackburn lie still retains his position a m to i p m No scuvciiir no trift another havo held their own in public as dctoc ive for tho L it L itilioad open air houso u beautiful p t of butter alb outerprio but tho most delicious Ma popularity Capt Drake is one of tho best ollicers in Tin smallest known microbe is that jcstio coiico witu covered with fawJful markings dihcuu tho Mate and has mado some of the of infltieu m k th A novrvo match in announced at ono How dojui your wothor baked in a Majestic lauge will he most daring arrests in the annals of Fosaii Ninons havo been unearthed fcrve d in the Majestic parlors to all of Ihofonturuc cf the Iowa statu fair hnttor look ua pretty W lie is brave can in Kentucky criminal prosecution prospective buyera Special induce thioycar This method will bo adopted ono askod turns and discreet P r Oh liho did ikat with time the horse was no moots aro offered to purchasers during for dctcrrainiiuj Oio relative merits of Js ff5olo arc of crcat value to the commonwealth the implement- placed upon exhibition folate MK a fox new cub this exhibit JncLBOii Hustler ft w i L tlMlinit tl rt vW II1LI1 till Ill ypnr Jicved her of the sorrow pain trpufiie disappointment mid ills that areiieces- snrily mciptoiit tji u hrcin lliii wflrhl ami transformed hen to a brighter lalrtr and bettor chine the joys mid pleasure of 3iiinlh8atrtl-l8-diysmniCre-w- j Iw il I V ii T1 ftiMM tlllfi7f XffimuatV llll ii al - I ku llll i MiW LIliLllll Illlklll- jki k I I foreign language This is Tho Ordual which has ap- of lticumi Fevered pcarod in Italian A vovri scries whioh is to be brought out in Mnctaii will be culledtho Pio neer nnu wni no concerned it is nam the dovelopnlcnt of tho 6w Woman The titlo of the first ttory WJH Ixs Joanna Traill Spinster M sTAJIfRV J WvvmaU Iim eom i - n -- in ft w 4v j ivrncyww iww nfII - rrora i uaTi fMt aro to no enucu fl l aw will a Mini cfl in tho J oVrilc A ivr tnonthlv nublication Science ImoUi ftao inailu ltd appeurance introin tlio names or too ei- Osiy one of Georire Merediths hooka at has tliuo far been translated into n and the urv ii n viii iwnf -- fold of blaolc velvet Tho hat is pinched up at the side and tho trim ming consists of hnncfcbnie black plnmiys uutl a bunch of1 black silk this Â¬ M tles t b6ttlcs aro a new fad They uro in all norUs of elegant designs on of thoWw onon lJcinir in rfiapV of a ripe jitrawberry in enamel There exo rjicen enamel leaves and the needs tiro 01 dhunonds U 0110 design and pearls 1 uit in another 1 - MISSING LINKS Pomckmux in Austria must under- stand telegraphy Patti hau a gold watch only three fourths of nn inch in diameter Ovkii aoo000 postal carda arc used ovcry day in tho United States In Franco Uelglum nnd tievcftil other Europeau countries all clectionM hro held on Sundav Canadas divorces for the past twen- Â¬ ty years havo just been figured up and they amount to only 1 10 Tun water that pours over the falls at Xlnjrara is wnnhiug tho ick tuvny at thorattrof four ywirs Turin nro inorc rrtenhn trtlls in Calif rnia then in Ony otlur tlato in the union Ono county olaiui four hundred and fifty seven nueh wob AccouimVO to the Electrical Engineer theVe are jrool reasolis for bolieviug that the friction of rain is tho real cauiio of lightning flvo-yardrt-in 1 other and that anxiety forself inijmiment winch restib from tho iihIiimI modesty of youth Nor is this oonceit verv easily nnd jpeedilv gncii ltd f wo have scon I If we mistave bm lnHlHiK J tmuin In lawn iinruiiiK 111 ermnic aim UlijplavUiL Hitelf both rodiculotisly and oll nsivelv in tho haunts and biishioxs of bwtrlrtlnum i Sydney Smith half of Prliici after hr thrtmirltho nullt Â¬ I leg-o-mntt- nt 1 - Â¬ - - - -- Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ f Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ dt fiA - m- M3 mM- - Mik Wl l t T ilsjfa i i hj Ik r rjjnwfjnwywwwwwwwiJWii m in ii mwinwn i mn iipin i wromin Vif iataajajfK vftttMnnvomnwiUi SBB68UIT Y 3 GBfflSDS U Co A mmt W nr WUCVJMAtlVk 1 time he had expected to return to pay the infantry at the fort nnd then go on tn the nutlvlmr nostii to the northwest By evening too Illicit had received telegraphic orders to hold his little battalion of foot in readiness to take train to Pawnee and thence march across the range to the lower Mini Ska Although exaggerated the reports of rapine and murder were only too true The Sioux were indeed at their devilish work In the rubdued bustle of prep aration the paymasters excitement mil distress of mind created less rym- I 11 nr1lMS1r lllT O llflftll lMH the ease Eagerly he was showing hi3 dispatch to otliccr after omcer ami asking whether anyone would not have acted just as he did under tho circum- Â¬ stances and on receipt of in genuine a message and gentlemen who under other circumstances would unhesitat Â¬ ingly have said yes were new disposed to be a bit conserva- Â¬ tive to look judicial and suggest inquiries Wouldnt it have been bet ter to stop the train at Alkali and sec if the report were true The bridge was only half a mil from the station and somebody would have been utrc to know These are limes when every Â¬ bodys backsight is co much better than his foresight Everybody could see witli half an eye that had the pay Â¬ master caused the conductor to stop the train at Alkali some of the escort would have been on the platform to meet him and they would have told him that there was nothing in the world the matter with the bridge that the whole thing was a plant But Graves pointed out that he didnt ovn the road and c juldnt make the train stop unless he meant to get off which he didnt Lieut Edwards had wired him to come on to Mindcn Everybody knew Edwards He had escorted f Jraves on the winter trip to the Black Hills cantonment It was most nat- Â¬ ural Edwards should have been se- Â¬ lected to escort him this time He was with the battalion lirst lieutenant of t apt i rank Amorys troop true as matters turned out Edwards had not lxon sent at all Old Sergt Daly with eight troopers was considered amply sufficient Of course it was a plant a most successful plant and more than likely sahl the paymas- Â¬ ter somebody closely connected with the cavalry had engineered the whole scheme Everybody knew there were some very shady character among Hie men enlisting during the Everybody knew centennial year what train would fetch himout from de- Â¬ partment headquarters The plotters would not wire in time to admit of his making iuqnirics but waited until the last moment then dressed and equipped as the cavalry were dressed and equipped they had sent two of their number in to Minden station with a dispatch signed by an officer w horn they reported a mile or two be hind coming up with the wagon and main body Everything looked straight to the operator and so it was sent to Pawnee and there handed to the Pull man porter What could have been more complete The troopers who met him ut the platform addressed him confidently and respectfully saluting exactly like old soldiers Of course he hadnt a personal acquaintance with the entire regiment but this he would say and did say that he believed Mr Lacy his clerk was willing to swear that the two men who met him at Mindeu were bona fide members of the Eleventh cavalry Mr Lacy had seen them before and could identify them If he were to see them again The sheriffs people were already working on the clew Â¬ 1 Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ OAPT CHARLES KING Cepy ltM 189 by J 8 Llpplncott Ml oclock that afternoon be- Â¬ fore the bhcrift reached the pofat Riittcvills the thriving county fcat lay just five inilcn nway to Uk-- south Â¬ west nml tv hnril prairie road trmneetetl it with tho poat As u dintrilmtinfc point to the mines and a market for the ranchmen the growing town had shot rapidly into importance Two banks both reliable two hotels well patronized and shops and stores in frond number were barely ablo to sup- Â¬ ply the demunds Dozens of bustling men breakfasted every morning at tlie big catingdiouso of the railway com- - It was ono CuUiiliVI since the momont jountcaub aecuriulncd at the First nupitrintendent n you pulled out from Mindcn to this oauonai oenramm the other Isnt a year In service moment Mr Hart we have been cut Schramm exclaimed the sheriff off Not a word can wcgct from the A good looking cast blue eyed little By the time the express pushed on wuicnraanv for the west again a couple of hand car had boin dispatched eastward in the vain hope of finding the break near town nml these were overhauled ten miles out by the enffinc and caboose nent bcouting down the valley Not until tiuy wv mile of Min den did they find the gap and nlonjj vfZFri VjT v1 there the wires had been clipped in half a dozen places Ulie superintend cnt gnthCrcd the particular while his men were patching Here at the sta Â¬ tion surrounded by a knot of excited ranchmen and settlers were Maj Graves and his cleric but nil they had to show was the telegram It read plainly enough iT i munwr ww w 11 11 1 tTtfrHMnmunpi yiiywvyiHHvSi j uiiii ir3o i I in Poor Health J J greatest gilt health means SO much more than f you imagine serious and r J trifling ailments neglected F Dont play with Natures i CfaXxi IN AXOTIirlt MOMKVT -- vj tihtm 0IIAVKS WAS Vh pany where the west bound oxpro- was supposed to litul ample subtenant j for its passonjjers before pushing on for thu long days run through the mountains The sheriff and the cor- Â¬ oner ns was the case in most frontier cities of the day were by long odds thu hardest worked otlicials and just now the sheriff was fairly used up The first intimation of any tiling wrong cast of Buttevtllc was the sudden stop of Up to daybreak train the wires dispatchers and night operators sit Â¬ ting red eyed and weary over their instruments after the long hours of vigil found everything working smoothly The night had been still neither storm nor excitement any- Â¬ where along the line until just about four oclock Butte called up by Paw Â¬ nee station was asked Whats afire ut Alkali Butte didnt know hadnt heard Pawnee explained that a dis Â¬ patch for Paymaster Graves from Min len met No 1 at Pawnee and said bridge was down at Alkali Two ranchmen from over Painted Lodge way rode into Pawnee at three a m and said hell was broke loose down the Mini Slca Sioux bcalpiug and burning everything in sight Where were Col Winthrop and the cavalry Butte an fevered The colonel and six companies bad marched for Painted Lodge two days before couldnt be far from Sioux wouldnt dare AlUali now Who come that far up the valley fjiid the bridgo was down and burnt Pawnee replied Hold on a minute More refugees from valley are reported hurrying to the railway and Pawnee wanted to see the ranchmen who first vnmo before they got good and drunk nnd couldnt talk reliably Perhaps Minden could tell about the bridge at Alkali Butte called Mindcn accord Â¬ ingly Minden said some of the eaval- vy had come up from Alkali an hour Ijofore said theyd been sent to Alkali in the first place to meet tho paymas- Â¬ ter on No 1 but they found the bridge across the Mini Slca nllre so the nm bulance escort etc were all on the way up to Mindcn and these two rode uhead with a dispatch for Maj Graves explaining the situation and telling hhn tokeepon and meet them here Mindcn sent it to Pawnee and Pawnee a trave it to the porter of the sleeping after moments pauseYour men Soldiers Nothing but car Thats all Mindcn knew about and some wan the ordnance sergeant liro or anything else Butteville west end of the division however wagons Wlu were they nud whered the and Butteville demanded further par- Â¬ they go I ticular told Mindcn to atlc the caval way dont know that they did go that at least Two couriers eame with if- nny of the buildings at Alkali dispatches Jy thin morning from Col Win Â¬ Mud wait were reported afire Minden throp nnd loft at to rejoin him n minute hed find out No at head Some one said they didnt go east how Â¬ Might jurt coming around Buffalo BluA The soldiers had gone out to ever but struck out for town What were thoir names What meet tho lieutenant ns noon tis assured asked the sheriff tho dispatch had been delivered to were they like that No If nnd they were now watering eagerly rll t cur best men nv their hordes at tito creek It was just answered the mnjor Mr Morgan light enough to see them out there Tliey aro No a reached Minden was duly Here knows them well fhen reported in and out and then the wires Germans about the last men likely to went down No J came into Butte become highway robbers Humph Id stake my commission villo at breakfaston time nnd all right said Morgan superintendent ashed on their nnoeence Tlje division waa the matter at Alknli station bricfiy What Oli of course all men aro innocent add the conductor replied nothing until proved guilty said the sheriff Â¬ that he knew of They had come live All tho same its my ly down Antelope grade nnd struck tho erushiugly valley ruuning forty five business to look after them You uiy Mini Ska miles an hour which they didnt check they went to town instead of biek on asMaJ Graves telegram said Come tlie J trail of the battalion major did not war tho majors chilling Had he seen tho dls on to Minden I said somebody ehe said that certainly It was all reply patch Why t signed by some lieutenant or they had struck out for town Very right othor commanding escort Had ho possibly they had business there and rocn no fire at Alkali Oh yes over they were not under my jurisdiction on the bank of tho stream five hundred anyhow yards or so from the station there waa No theyre under mine said the noKj fire Thought it was only ncamp shorifi Men need funds as a rule to fird or two There were two or three transact business In Butte and soldiem taen soldiers ho thought on tho old without money have llttlo business so c platform but it was barely dawn and far off their track If they have money ll engine left such n trail of smoko when their comrades havent whered tad irtm tlmt tho men were envoi they get It PjptA la It and ha couldnt mnko them WellSehulu the sergeant t dUttnetly No 8 dropped the major in service somo twenty years has been t and Is 4uMA W fttark at Minden where other reported to have saved up much more MUmx mi him and then hurried on money than I over hopo expect to or teoHMfc Well said the I presume his bank-n- e wil llhctt - Never suspecting anything wrong Maj Graves sent his clerk to notify the conductor and show him the dispatch The porter made them coftiec and a light breakfast at the buffet so ns to enable them to start at once for the longer ride that tlteir go Â¬ ing on to Mindeu would necessitate They were met ns they jumped off the car by a couple of troopers in over coats thimble belts and the slouch hat then much affected by the cavalrv on campaigns This way sir said one the lieutenant say tho escorts ready to start the moment tho major is He made a move to take the valise but instinctively tho major held on The train pulled out a- they stepped around to the rear of the depot Graves could see a little knot of horsemen close to the stream The boys will be glad ti see juu sir and weve a li ir rile ahead of us said his conductor and in another moment Graves was tripped thrown heavily to the ground bound and gagged and there he lay helpless while hi i clerk was similarly handled and away went the valise with if prcciou thousands he had no idea whither He saw only three or four men in all but they were all in env alry overcoats and the liores and equipments so far as he could judge in the light and distance looked lilee those of the regulars not cowboys or road agents They vanished in the twink- Â¬ ling of nn eye and not until itiey had been gone fifteen minutes or more did the station agent discover the plight of the paymaster and release him Meantime the wires had been cut Pur Â¬ suit was useless No one knew win tlie robbers were or which way thev had gone after crossing the bridge Hut an early bird around the station said he saw two soldiers galloping west along the north bank of the stream and all Milden what there was of it was ready to swear that soldiers wore at the bottom of the whole affair It was ten oclock before they could send a dispatch to Butte It was bare Â¬ ly 11 when the robbery took place It was noon as we have wen when the news reached the fort and one oclock when the sheriff got there Cowboys Road agents said he indignantly No sir We hung the last of them two month ago There isnt a road agent left in Latimer county Thoo robbers were soldier- cavalrymen deserters from Col Win- Â¬ throp command Fisk the operator at Minden will swear to their identity at least of the two who eame in with the dispatch Of eourj lie sent it when he saw Lieut Edwards name signed and they told him so straight a story You send couriers after Col Winthrop find out who arc absent from the bat Â¬ talion and youll know who your rol bcrs are Then I can do something Did you pasa nny of our men on your way out of town asked Khett Â¬ Â¬ Mindhx Statiom Juno 3 a03 am Maj Graves U S army nn So X Pawnee st itlnu Uruljjc down ut AlWnli Cannot crtws Mini sun Come on to Minden wort meet vou tlirr Uditaud Lieutenant Commaa li t on or coLnsn CKNT A sized slender young German if you Mr like said Morgan Sheriff fXTII OfllTV good looking blue eyed medium all atrN IKOVKO Aim ixxo- - Browns Whnt have you to say about him Oh you gentlemen to talk That young fellow gets nearly thirteen dollars a month doesnt he major Well rather less than that Mr Sheriff Does he own a mine or a fnro bank hereabouts or is he in cahoots with Curran asked the civilian If he is hes a dead loser this time said the post adjutant shortly he be ing a young officer deeply imbued with the proper idea of deference to a commanding oflier and resentful of civilian impertinence even on the part of a Old Curran was at Alkali sheriff waiting for first pick at tho pay masters dollars Now his beggars on horseback are off for six months service against the Sioux and hell lose most of their accounts So he has no menus outside of his pay this young Deutscher Well thats what wanted to know Fortunes outside of the pay are not often to be found in the army answered the major What makes you think Schramm has one Oh J dont said the sheriff But I believe he has more money than he can easily account for and the sooner he is overhauled the quicker well know something of this mornings And with that the sheriff work whirled his cay use about and giving him a touch with the quirt went bounding lightly away to the corrals Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ 1 Im saying nothing I want Iron Bitters Dyspepsia Neuralgia 9 begin at oncctaK intr the most relia ble strengthening medlcliitwhlchls ters A few bot ties cure benefit conies from the very first close ii Brown a Iron Bit atiu can If you are feeling out of sorts weak and centrally ex hausted nervous have no appetite I worx vvni teeth pleasant to take ana J tit in jrotr its It Cures Kidney and Liver Nervous ailments j Malaria Womens complaints Get only the genuine It has crossed red lines on the 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noveUttei hy tuentv of the mot famous author or America KncUnd and France In fc nUn e amount oftho most latelnatlnc reading matter at tho most trifling cost JL - Ii B said Mr You dont sup Woods presently pose he really suspects Schramm do you Morgan But Morgan grip- lUV TIIKYVK KMKl That fellow a brute HIM Â¬ Â¬ - 1 1 - I fjftfttw -- was soon the center of- an eager leathering at Khett quarters By this time too Curran was hack eoininv up on the af ternoon freight He had gone down to AlUali by tlie east bound express the previous evotung The escort was al- Â¬ ready there bivouacked for the night at the edge of the stream They were up betimes anil had a hot breakfast all ready for tl raves and were surprised to see the train shoot past instead o stopping to let him off Not until the engine sent out from Ituttecame steam ing down at noon did they know what had taken place at Minden Then there was nothing left him but to return by the first opportunity The sergeant and detachment remained awaiting orders as the paymaster might draw funds from the bank at llutte and come on again Just as he was leaving on tho afternoon freight a courier came to Alkali with ordqrs for the sergeant and the messenger said that the bat Â¬ talion hnd reached Willow Springs nnd was surprised to find no paymaster there News from the lower valley was so threatening that Col Winthrop huti ilctcrmmotl after resting a couple of hours to push on for Painted hedge upon the supposition that the paymas ter had missed No 3 The escort was or dered to wait for him until the next train from the east and then whether he came or not to rejoin the battalion by the shortest route following down the left bank and bringing tho extra am munition whipped from Hansom Curran was utterly disgusted with Ten ehaneefi to the whole affair one said ho them follows will never conio back to tho post and Ill never got n chit of mo money Curran as the party most interested wns persis Â¬ tent in his cross questioning of the major who was eager enough to ex- Â¬ plain but not to Curran In brief ho said ho had brought in that sole leather valise neurly twelve thousand dollars with which to pay Wlnthrops com- Â¬ mand Thu rest of his funds scaled In tho llttlo iron safe were turned over to thu express company to lie forward- Â¬ ed to Buttu two days later on by whichirnvc Â¬ That night the paymaster himself arrived at Fort Ransom leaving his faithful clerk in conference with the official of the town ping lus stick angrily away was already trudging JTor H I -- eovnxurii svxt wkuk Away Tho truthful titnrtlimr nrln f lnr1- i i HlO only nboilt x liiirmlc S iruiirimtceil tobacco habit euro If yon want to quit nml cant e Urncea up nicotinizetl nerves eliminates nicotino poiMins makes weak hum pain rtrcnjztli weight and viUo Positive No-tt-ba- I Dont Tobacco Spit or Smoko Your Life I i Mch claM pub llealnn for thn fimtiv Ki bjautlfnllr Illustrated and whllo always intercut v ut uuii i il i r rnna nnr mri innni wonl 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book are By CbrIott St nily BorplCd All the gtuid things of this world arc no further good than as they arc of use and whatever we inny heap up to give others we enjoy only as much as we can make useful to ourselves and others and no more Defne BtJKl IVnrnlnr Marinirrlten kVhis nirt or enrt8man tvpTM nr lr Htnry Wool Br Tit Pa 9 Anwcrii r inn Â¬ Â¬ Our citizens to the number of two or three hundred gathered on tho burnt district here on last Monday afternoon at two oclock to witness the exhibition made by the Cincinnati Tin and Japan I ire Extinguisher Co The test was piven under the personal supervision of Mr Herman II Wells president of the company oi Linciniiati and Air V Snyder the local agent of Cieorgetown Ohio and was satisfactory in 0erv Old Iluddcrrml Unit ny ll M K PnHlon Illilliclip of ltniilliu Alnrter Dnmt A Tnio ofTliron iiona Brnr It RMr lUijipt I A Ilrnmn III thn Air Iy Jult Vera tiio Story or llplr n Iiv AmnU M iViucIm r o loteStnr Dj a Coma dTie0 CjPtnM Thf Hnlloro Krorrt notr Jnn Amtln Ilv WlHile Chiiint ilrX M lPni Wood 2 t lVhltson Grnngc By M Jlior l0r0l nn I Vrr Kl thltii Ttin Jfn T ninrbKiultliN Dinialitpr Vj Kill W Plrr or nodiiiu lljr KTvnm OnUi Jr ril Aalicroft Hall lljr Emm 0rrlm Jint J JJltor PLEASE REMEMBER nt wphi ml TIIK HAZEL OKEKN I1KI rrtro-v-PTitj Â¬ - taKeaitviuittifjeof it Sniiiiile conies it tin ami aner nuini tiinrmi rhiv with coal oil a match was applied The llUSTKATKli HOMK litItsT nml of tlithooU wa lc extinguisher was then turned on and the i II iAl1ce firo put out in about ten seconds UALUt Vrtss All Izd lrteo Ky who witnessed tho tost were thoroughly n satisfied that Mm Klnmnln -M w mi ll ItllU w AAnv moro man is claimed tor it ii The head- U MUUKb quarters of the comnanv nrn H E Cor w iTir bycamoro and Canal Sts Cincinnati BEN WILLIAMSON CO ii iii4 uv9iur iyuio iieraui SIVKCKK Cooikr Hazel Green Ky c Agent for Wolfe and Morgan counties CATLETTSBURO KY Send us your job printing if vou want rnco work Sole ageucy for South Dend Plows A tTAt oti struct sri of pine boards was built 8 1 Vr f SiM Wriucrs IiMsttkiTIomi T ami roncu ali i unsht uml Wimuin inrntiirf sliould - Kvt ry lover ffl1 ni u I Hardware Cutlery f V n tex a j t r- - i - DRAWBACKS OF FREE LIBRARIES A RESPECTFUL TYRANT Tho rnrticuhir Hook You Want In Ahrnyn Discharge of n Dlstirjrcrnblo Doty by a Outnml tliu System or Fine Annoying rnlthrul Son ant Hero 1b oho mans experience of a llonumarchals u famoui French au Â¬ free circulating library vo my thor had a servant Ant iie v i roioronco ami toole out my ilrU bwk who had been ImT loaf In hi irvt i 4 c who If Hon wmi - iiimww Jmmmmmmmmmmmmmg r t drv leaves and crass under his back to whielithcy set lire The heat causes the scales to separate at the jofnts Thcy then insert a large knife beneath them and lift the shell from the back Many turtlos die under the operation but they have been known to bo caught a second time witii an outer coating reproduced but in such cases thdrc wiis only one piece instead of Pino Alterative Ncrvd Tonic and Ro BtoratlvoCoBipouiid Cuioa biliousness licatlacucs cbnIpV J5C tion dyspepsia irritability sleeplessness tho blucV swelled glands AIj blood Impuiltles kin diseases pcruiuia ague uizzmcss iiuu anuaciiy r tired stomach and ImiwpI diKnrdnm Un u minute in amiiuite And you will hare 116 appecite fori blotches pimples moth syphilid r breafrfait ltionsieur Impairment of nerves oilensivo breath Come now let me fluiah this game It docs theso croat cure3 hccmisn M Cant vou so tho ojuk is fant physics from tho blood liver and tlssm Hut the clock i slow monsieur 1 all the Impurities ashes and debrs I t jll it is fat fi as It wore u itnout weakening but all tho whu j strengthening instead vpar niiinitnirhtiiTL ward throuirhout 11 i 1 r n I IIJU IIVJIIV U causes tho Liver lo throty off Its ft far better have bought biraihtout the Until the game wero almost done J It cleans out thecntiio alimontnrv canal bolh 1 wanted but never got you would not havo so many pawn stomach and bowels alike ridding themo At last one time with a book in my left nvirr mr all ol7ote possession I left town A siege of Anloine 1 should have been dono worms and oHonsivo and slimy mucus other vermin postals and of visits from a mysterious already if yon had lot me alone Restoring sleep appetite flesh strength looking man kept my servant busy I lut I shall not let you alone mon- comfort freshness and bloom in a word had forgotten all about the lxok and sieur my friends were indignant over the health I till you I shall finish the game dunning of this individual On my re- Â¬ Oct out Antoinc Including solf poiso to the nervous sys turn to town I found that my We will get out together mon- Â¬ tem and both sweetness of broaihnnd dis- Â¬ ence had been called upon to pay for sieur position the book which 1 was iu the position It is speedy in its action Improvement Antoine Im not a baby of having stolen from the libriry and beginning as soon as thu first dote H swal You do not cry Apart that my reputation was in an unpleas Â¬ from that there is monsieur dilier lowed not much ant fix 1 now pay for my booka And as certain as tho lawof gravitation J TJIK klMJ OF WAGON 1 BTILD encc Noto tho high standard of testimonials The dialogue went on in this way TORTURING TURTLES for some time Ifcaumarchais shrug Â¬ in circular at drug stores and around How the loor Kiuv Are Deprived of ging his shoulder moved a paw 1 u bottles They aro such as only tho highest order bliolls the chessboard and then Antoine mJ G40 vv d33 I never see any of the pretty arti bowint very low and with a great ott or merit could command voluntary oiler cles made out of tortoise shell said a warl show of respect to the company lags from tho cottage princely palaces I EI TT7 XJQJ 2CJ VV citizen of Oakland Cal recently scixjd the board and tippul it over and offices of Siate Recording cures of cases more gravo and without thinking of the probable dumping the chessmen in a heap on DILYLKIl IN complicated than ever hertoforo successtorture the poor turtles had been sub Â¬ the lloor iflDi rtrxT7 jected to in order to procure the ma- Â¬ Iteaumsrchias was on the point of fully 1 cached l medicine xa fl m H ro Sample Free terial for their manufacture Thu na- Â¬ flyir into a violent rage but at the Satisfaction guaranteed L KJJt tives in the West Indies lie in wait for si lit of his valet who stood by wear MothM- - One fouitli of all the children born CAM PTOX KKNTfCK Y the turtles as they come to the shore ing an air of sweet humility joined thu within the ilrM year havo your child by iKiwets licaltliy ly to deposit their eggs then lhy catch with the consciousness rf duty nol ly Ucepint its sioinach and Sennatorln thu f fjfXVITKS the LatlioK ol Wolfe and the surrouiiilimr counrv to call ami see the flic use of Dr IotinerV them and turn them over on their done he birst into a loud lit of laugh best child laxative and corrective known Qh hniitlsoinu linenf rMMKI DIllJSS iOODS ho litis Jiiht rveeived incliitliiig all the lasliionnhh liilirics iinil 1urin inttirns mill nrintf buitlra an cihIIohh backs so that they are absolutely help- Â¬ ter aiH juflferci himself to be led vmioty nt ntions iiii ltidin all of the latest stj Ion in Ii c IlildiOas Ac ifcc He Dr Fonnors Soothing Syrup less The operation of divesting these home and put to bed iilso carries n lure line ot clicii incdiiiin ami high uulc sleep creatures of their shells is cruel in the Tho next morning Ileaunnrchals- Allays Irritation and plvoa refreshing tp extreme The tortoi e hell that we was fouvd dead in bed Whether or Dr Penners Worm oc Ilronpht ICO value is merely tho scales that cover rot Ue excitement of thin mil contro worms float our child Svrun IdaO1 Misbuoricl which he is scllint at lower prices than atilotlv Iuicliasi of liim snd oie money X tiie bony shield of the turtle These versy wuh Ins valet haleucd his scales are thirteen in number and a death io not known Antoine at any DrKennorsFAJinvdaltHheiiniiOlntment lafijc turtle will furnish about eight rate wn sure he had done hi duiyV Host for sklueiuplioiis Lilcs Sores Cutsetc j vi hi iM tMiiiaitimcMiriTviiiiHiiLiini icunwnnii II pounds In order to dctacli this shell and it is quite possible that hi eara of from the living animal for they dont the od gtziUeman had alreauy pro Â¬ Da Ewant to kill them as in that ease they longed liir iic rS U HI H v n fi lilicn i j- - l ft V IUVJUW would bo exterminated in a few years i Httnrteie Sarcasms they fas ten him down and then put runaircc a no suooml time I wwi according to tho rule the list of calwl istiCvflgurcs whichd index the book and aftcrj nearly a half hours delay 1 was tohlthat thu one I wanted was out Thii I put down fresh hots of figures andjwastcd more lialf hours hut I hoy wcmll out until I iitmlly took in dehpcnition a book rccommcudcd me by tio young woman who disappears forjgucli an ago to make the searches ThJIJlmok proved bo uninteresting that I brought it back next day and again went through the figure business1 andjghe half hours of waiting until I wound up by repeating my previous ex- pcxgiicc and taking a book by rcconi- inundation If threw it aside onrcaehihn- homo i i andlforirot I had itt tl a postal wartir t uiLT iiiu 01 tho mm of inft ot I7ti wwt dayTOvcrtwo wcokf in which 1 had it I turned up with it Imdjnow tct iu when eight cents were due took out another I didnt want and forgot it until eleven cents were due kept up iUaoubinoM or ngure lists wailing swtT 1 ataa - uj V hrtvo 1 1- l Baa sices It mt Cdltwci t l 1 b 1Y -- cays island old airo the iiVaat man r cuLr hi agunio of clic when ijttriftip i tcrcd and said somewhat ahargly bn respectfully iuunsicur u in iu o ciocis Very well Antoine the tnasto said but let mo ilnish the game I I odona Ctnoor eel Tr 1 ho Vctoran and Â¬ nno Llti 1 a t rvr i tirilfn r l 1 1 ht - 1 you wilj bo tired tv morrow morning Oh no 1 think not Anloine IAnd boinir tired out v6u will no want to get up v uii i tiuni yi i 14 No monsieur you will not get up AUiriiimuuincwJLwui uo in a few m Mofitii LJ e not upmJuwour atlj the u tal tilme you will derange yourjj whole ilsJf If o dont come nowmoiHeur ci its acuta to - tn4dant h Jinv MiCkJlfcnt- dlyni sKtn ot nn In fact liwti tho will Mminthonlmr Instuud W MeiCINSTBY Your truly - f Mho 1to I - 1 l4r I i w it ou Lim- lniro Dr Fenucra Wood and Liver Ronledy and Ncrv6 Tonic never alls It Is a Snrsaparilla-Mandrako-Prlnc- cJ WW J JOHJV IOWFM I lit BLACKSMITH AND WAGON Hazef Green MAKER -JT- yu Ma-lIfWJwftonilcwr I Â¬ Â¬ rfr Â¬ llllh Â¬ Cfr WVD CAJJ AND GE PIUCES 0iXhH JJRuJ XiHJDl ox Â¬ Â¬ Niy Goocli m r WMF AilS 1 Â¬ Ci - 1 L FUKNITUR 1 A I - thirteen AUSTRALIAS It Han CLIMATES More Varied Ahsnrlmont Than Almost Any Other Land a What is our idea of the Australian climate It is most probably news to us to be told perhaps we have never even thought of it that in one colony of New Soutli Wales in parts the in Â¬ habitants experience a winter like Can- Â¬ ada and a summer like Jamaica In Iviandra says All the Year Hound a mining town on the borderland be- Â¬ tween New South Wales and Victoria there is no communication with tho outside world for four months in the year except Ijy tho use of snowshoes Snowshoe races are organized and the mail man has to use these means of lo- Â¬ comotion At the same time in Queensland the sun will be pouring down in over Â¬ powering strength drying all before him and making water dearer than wine To continue the tale of thin di- Â¬ versity of climate in part of northern Queensland the rainfall and vegetation are not unlike those of Ceylon in the northern rivers of Xcw South Wales cancbrakes flourish as moist and lux Â¬ uriant as in Jamaica in the west of the same colony a long lile of camels laden with merchandise has becomo a And in Tasmania common object Assam hybrid tea plants grow side by side with barley maise and potatoes cause An American physician tempt ed by tho onormoiu fees so frequentlypniil by tho nobility went to St Pethin a year had a lu tersburc and crative practice Then ho was called in to nttend a baron who was suffering from lung trouble Tho doctor gave his patient tho best of care and skill but the baron died mid the widow promptly Filed the doctor for damages for unskillful treatment Tho unlucky American was sentenced to pay a tne of one thousand roubles and undergo an imprisonment of thirty days Under tho circumstances it is not surprising that the physician loft Russia as boon as he got out of jail5 anil nothing couM -- Medical skill is at a rather low ebb throughout Kussia fnd not without j Handel had great natural wit and The free and unlimited coinage of good humor which wore constantly silver the product of American mines allowing1 the real1 goou heirtcdrciior the man When the Jlesduls wa at the old ratio of 16 of silver lo 1of being pcrf jrmed ii Dublin lJubourg lod tho band and one evening had a gold is the only solution of and close to make ad libitum- - Tollov ing remedy for the disturbed and unsatis- Â¬ the fashion the violinist took his factory condition of trade manufac- Â¬ cadenza through various keys and con Â¬ tinued tho improvisation until Ilisndel ture and general business of the coun- Â¬ bjgan tj wonder when he would really try The surreptitious act of 1873 come to the shake which was to divorcing silver and gold in our mone- Â¬ terminate the part and bring in tho Eventually Du tary system was a crime of untold other instruments bourg finished the cadenza with a magnitude It was the rankest kind grand flourish whereupon Handel to of class legislation in favor of the the merriment of the audience ex Â¬ claimed loud enough to be heard wealthy against the producers of Veleotne home vclcomc home Mr wealth and hostile lo the prosperity On ono occasion a per Dubmirg It was an act turbod inger had some warm words of the United States of treason because done at the instance with Handel and wound up tho wrangle by threatening to jump on the of a European syndicate and for bribe harpsichord which he played Oh giving aid and comfort lo replied liandel let mo know when money 1 vill To shield you vill do dat and advertise it our countrys enemies 1 am sure dat more for people vill the guilty parlies the well authenti- Â¬ come to sec you jump than to hear you cated facts often published have been sing Youths Companion vigorously denied Did All Iio Wiintcri It To The Enquirer will continue to ex- Â¬ An old farmer who was sitting on a until dry goods box beforo the post olllco in pose this unpardonable crime the village talking about the total right and justice arc done the people failure of the crops aud the price of by the full restoration of silver to its corn Maidenly paused as he saw a We ilictdiwking uty chap pass and old companionship with gold stepped up to him As the young man need the assistance of the people in paused the gentleman from the coun Â¬ disseminating the truth to which end try inquired selection of pa- Â¬ t ay young cltap aint you the fel Â¬ we invite all in your ler what sold me tho pump last sum Â¬ pers for the coming season to include mer the Enquirer that costs only xco a Perhaps I did my friond 1 sold a Issued twice a week year num rv Ii this neighborhood Liberal commissions and cash re- five re my money back you dnrul uiviiilor Sample wards given to tlub raisers u liy no Iidut tho pump do what conies tree isxquiuer company I watsl il to Cincinnat right it mihty Iu by a any waterbig all raise at woulrt P haw All I soul yon that it vl U r vto rare this wind and pump Air NlieJ hurrieu around the coiner American Tribune 1 - H165 GOODS and NOTIONS lo Mail Orders ifSTTho li mlinj Iiouhm for KAX 167 Kace Street CINCINNATI Y DRY GOODS TTTli1R nvff 2B1Cfiii O Alwtirys havoUig Drives FURNISHING Spociul nttonlion -- Sv rrADCHARK j T For koopinf tho Systorn In a Hoalthy Condition CURES Hondncho CURES Constipation Acts on tho Llvor nnd Kldnoyo Purlflos tho niood Dlspoln Colds and Fovor3 Boautlflo t tho Comploxlon and lo Ploarilnrr and Rerroshlnfr to tho Tasto sold by all Dnuaators pvitnae of Lincoln Tea Price E3 EEE 5 iN T HE WORLD ctrA nicely lllirtiatril elclity papc Lincoln Story Itoj civca to every purcliafcct 25c As your aruKsrht or Lincoln Tba Co Fort Wari of a 1r mtixn H H I I ULi Ttnn t H t M r I S JLiAliljlJLf F is onlv SI a L I 1 all ilr vear iiimI It is ackiiowliMlteil to ynlwrllic iiiihliKliiMl ia Kentucky the Ktxitl tliinys it will contain thir year j he the hcetloctil now ami hi ciue IIJBHIiy iWLm mKAwm J jf -- a MY-EYE-S- EE MM liNTMEfiTa I M11I T Vhk Ullckory Grovo ly Alter try imr -of JujKyorieeJltacJiie 1W every Unown ioiiicy removed n urpo iatnuh -of two jears KUiiidlntr irom u a year old llliy Z 2 with tliroo upplicatlonn of I t iii I fMnut Ji-i-mi--- j TtW T m jh itviilMJiJli A k dotn not Mv Itlsthobentpraparatlon I havecvrtiHcdorhcard S S of ihturiJiyroeoaimeiidUtoulHIoiMmoo eitlmonial Ue have hundreds cfsuch fc Of K t pcrlinttlc AltyoJrdnicliitforlt Iftio IKX191IV IDIiV PW 1 fBaiiBiJfiuiiinnmiiiniuiKiiii llhiitiuicBuiiiorMitfr lorinuiuux CO Whitehall NY TABLERSnif BUCK EYE AQRIOULTUnAL NOTES ft Av oxchhngo reports that Teew weed which is invading tho country from the north is likely to prove ol OINTRiilT A SURE lilli P L0iliIlk tm mi itee M St Â¬ 621 W Main Street LOUISVILLE KY -- y tempthinrjo return y f 1l S aroTioblo tolcfll the planto thoy cover jundjthus crcaa- bare spots in the fields thistles Ii tjhe grain shockstaro allowed to btand very lpng in tho flolchj which woro SQWudtf clover last spring they mut as damaging as tho Ru fian CURES NOTHING BUT PILES and CERTAIN CURE known fcr IB years as tho BEST REMEDY for PILES HOIl BY JIM jmUOOIBT8 rrmrrtlfXieiAMK UZt CO ST LOUIS Solicits orders from merchants for Tinware Stoves Ranges Stovepipe Elbows Mantels GratesHol lo ware Cutlery c c Send for complete catalogue and prioe liife A TSPB KE3RAHi SP1XCIK 0O0FER WOLFE COUNTY CtlHiptOII OuiroHc Editor Left over from Inst week Deputy U S Marshal W A llyrd was iu town during tho past week Miss Florence Crawford of Spradllng has been attending school nt this place Peter D Tolron has been rather se- Â¬ riously ill for some time but is now bet- Â¬ ter Dudley Lykins linn iccently moved to tho property formerly occupied by G T Center T K Tutt Jr and wife of tho vi- Â¬ cinity of Spradling this county was in HAZEL GREEN KY attending the meeting Thursday Dee 27 1804 town this weekwife of U II Stamper on Horn to tho the Utfi Inst a Mpound boy Also to the wife of Z T Hurst on the 0th inst There was a aorious riot on a pnMonger boy a rain on the Knoxvillo and Ohio railroad G B Rose was taking depositions du on the afternoon of the 24th between ring the past week in the suit of himself ICnoxvillo and Jellico which will proba against Miss Ida Swango pending in the My cause Deputy SlicrUf Way no Payne Wolfe circuit court Kev John F Wilson and wife forof Campbell county bin life The ofllccr merly of Spradling Ky arc now living had two negroes under arrest nud wax in town occupying the property known taking them to jail at Jncksboro In the as the old jail property car was a drunken crowd of negro touglm T J Swimm of this place has been They raised a row with the oHieer and confined to his bed and room for nearly ricd to roleiiM thn priHonorn Ju the six weeks witli a lung trouble but is at light the officer was seriously cut ncrons this writing somewhat better T F Stamper hau purchased of Koly the head by a negro named Hell In re Nicholas Folks tiie farm near town turn layno allot Hell in the groin John known as the Turn Little farm consideJilnier tlien struck the olicer in tin ration SI GOO He has moved to it head with a loaded cane knocking him Charles Russell of Clay City who is All the negroes then jumped looking after tho interests of the Center senseless on Payne and when the train stopped lumber company iu this section registered at the Combs house Saturday they jumped oil leaving the olliccr fur Miss Alieo Iyrd daughter of G F Ho was taken of at Caioyille Hyrd of Stillwater is visiting the family dead and will probably die Hell will also of A F Hyrd of this place and will per haps remain with them during the win probably die O 0 ter 0 Thomas K Tutt and his daughter Rosa Min Hetty Gteeu of New York the have been vNHiug lelatives mid friend richest woman in America and the largin town for several days past and have est individual owner of Louisville iml also been taking an active part in the Nasdivillo Vailroad tnrlc has Hied suit meetinu for an accounting against the side surviStamper is attending the United ving executor of her fathers estate in Stales court at Covigton Ky having uhich a MMisationul story is told In her been summoned there as a petit juror Mo writes petition she deflates that her father was Christmas that he will be home about murdered and her aunt poiMUied bycou P E Johraus traveling salesman for spiratois whoo intention was to acquire the linn of Haas Swart Smith mer their possession mid that fiequeiiL at Â¬ chant tailor of Portsmouth Ohio was tempts on her own life have been made in town la Fridav looking after tho in terests of his employer V u o Rev David May who has been aiding Uy t lies time congress meets again after in conducting the meeting here went to t ho holiday reii the members of the alyersvillo during the past week and reKentucky delegation will probably have turned again Sunday morninir lie will teached an understanding on the Good perhaps remain until the close of the nijiht bill to divide Kentucky into two meeting R Hobbs jailcroleetbas judicial districts The member of the to Johnjuilera resilience and taken moved the charge delegation havu bad s everal conferences of the prisoners and business as deputy rtt which it wan agreed that tho bill jailer until the first Monday in January should bo pushed to a vote The bill at which time he will cuter on tho duties has many friends in tho house It is of hisofiiec Richmond Ilollon son of J 15 Holconsidered a just measure and therefore loa of this place is now at Preston Ky ought to pass salesman for James Ilorton iu a general o o Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ by tho people of the town and surrounding country is intense Such a meeting has not been hold and such a work done in tho history of Campton Rev J W Donne has just returned from an extended trip through tho New England states in the interest of a school and school building at this place to be erected and conducted by the American missionary association of New York Ho reports n very pleasant interesting and instructive trip He received some considerable encouragement but not immediate- at least not enough present aid to insure tho immediate construction of a college building Ho visited Now York Lowell Boston Brooklyn Philadelphia and other places of interest He was accompanied as far as Newport Ky by his wife and child who remained there visiting relatives during his tour of the East They were accompanied on their return by I lovd Street tho 0 year old son of Mrs 8 G Street tho principal of our school who will remain with his mother during the winter and spring Â¬ hotnio is packed to its utmont capacity every night and the interest manifested I gWs A GREAT DEAL mt ait CI An extra good opportunity occurred by which we were enabled to fill up our partially exhausted stock at a very low price be ha W WE HAVE something like half their actual value Closed out the entire product of tho L S FECII mense clothing firm of M CO Cincinnati and the sea HEIMER son being over for them the price was im- Â¬ Li vi Avis Innt Local Miss Lou E Hatton is on tho sick list J W Conglctonwcnt to Irvin Tuesday on business from Morgan county Nathan Hollon made a business trip to Menefce county last week Sewoll Taulbce of Jackson was n guest of Mrs Amanda Hollon Saturday night Samuel Wndkins lias just lelurned from Morgan county ami says that he saw two iron bridges and a goat Some lime ago Dand Hatton and his brolhcr in law Thoma- - Kin had a little trouble after which they never spoke until last Monday night Stanton had been away on business a d on his re turn he stopped at his mothei in law V Fvaline Kintrs and as be stepped into the yard Kins ran ui and stabbed him iu the breast with a knife even inelnsi IonHatton is still alive and Kinni -- John T Grahnmthas just returned WE SURRENDER All the advantage of the sale and openly defy any house to match these prices fn th tv n SUITS AMD OVERCOATS ftfio 12 uu1 P at 7 1 00 n 00 HOWflOIKGAT wo em io no us on f0 J 1 L3 00 Â¬ 14 3U T 00 18 00 Â¬ lr ia PI en Â¬ J under guard Uelow Shanghai Kcntui U utiil NebniKwi we reproduce a few Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ n Eugeno V Casey clerk in the post office at Covington was anested Satur day for stealing money from the mails Ho had a hearing before United States Commissioner Finnell and his bail fixed merchandiso store Mr Â¬ at 1000 ho offering no defense It i alleged by tho young mans friends that his propensity for taking other peoples money was owing to his habit of making expensive present to a young woman with whom ho a- - pmilten Tho body of James Johnson sixteen years of age son of Isaac Johnson of Moiehcad Ky was found on tho morn ing of tho 2 lth in a creek near that town Tho buy loft home tho day previous of fended at his aunt who was keeping house for his father and said he was go ing to kill himself Tho family thought nothing of his action as he had made numerous threats before Â¬ Â¬ c e The stuto authorities of Georgia have taken prompt measuics to restoie order and protect life in Brooks county that Mate Tho latent news from tho scene of trouble is anything but encouraging as lour men had just been killed oo It is a war caused by tho killing of Joseph Isoin byi negro who is kept in hiding and protected by monof his color o o Harry Popo convicted of robbery at Lsxingtoji has been pardoned by Gov jjrom thOtyTdpn reaching him at tho Lexington jail o T C Itoitoy dork or tho Shelby cir Â¬ V cuit court states that date for clerk of th appeals o ho uill boa candi Kentucky court of Â¬ o J Deputy United Stntos marshals des Â¬ The troyed a largo nioonthiue distillery on derful inlluences ol Christianity work is reaching all ages sexes and con ea ltidge in Clinton county last wcok ditions in life It is to ho said to the v o credit of tho small bova that they aio Cieorgc Ivc n negro was arrcstad at deeply interested in the meeting and a Callettsburg for tho murder of a fellow huge number perhaps L5 or 10 have been converted All those who aro just vmrkitMti on the and 0 railroad starting out in the Christian warfare and especially the young need tho prayers HtwryLiHivenhart of Loingtott bus and encouragement of tho older ones Wh mynlerlQuly missing from his homo May they all ever live truo to their pro Â¬ fessions Tho meeting is bolug con ducted by Revs May and West and is Iniing aided and participated in by Revs i ThtVtait- Lrtv hlti rlll - vet to sottlo Stiuup O W and Joe Heironymus ii MfkUtor Parson Riggs and others Tho church Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ severe iu the course he has taken John T Center who has been living in town for about a year and engaged in the dry goods business in tho large brick of G T Centers hits moved back to his farm on Stillwater The confinement of tho mcicautile business proved injurious He was a good citizen to his health and we regret very much togivo him up Cyrus Ilollon who had been confined iu jail hero for some time lmviug hud an examining trial and been held over to the eircuit court on tho charge of horse stealinir was called for by Judge Red Common Snso wine from Hreathitt county he having Should la used in attempting to cure heeu indicted in that court ior shooting that very 1ingreeahlo disease catarrh lien Mat Combs wife some time since As catarrh originates in impurities iu the blood local applications can do no per Died on Monday the JOth inst Mrs Pelfrey wife of Daniel Pelfiey of this mancnt good 1 he common sense method place Sho has been confined to her bed of treatment is to purify the blood and ind room for several months Tho exact for this purpos there is no preparation nature of her illness is not known to iim superior to HoadsSarsapariila Sho leaves a husband and several chil Hoods Piiis cure constipation by res dren to mourn her loss She was buiied toring peristaltic action to the alimeniu the town cemetery on Tuesday last tary canal 7 Taylor Hurst was called last week to the bedside of his father Hardin KENTUCKIANS ENDORSE Hurst of Stillwater who was suddenly taken very ill Ho was riding along the road near bis home and fell from bis It seems to iiore perlectly helpless have been a partial stroke of paralysis lie is still said to bo in a very critical condition I miiUo ho nriallvtiuii that it will tako Mrs Street and Miss llaird the ladies who are conducting tho school at this its nliiLtf ia tho worlil groutent riUrovcry place have organised a Christian endea ni it in caiabln of doing more yood for hit vor society ami all tho young folks of inanity than any ulher Jam cm Clarki ho town or at lea 4 a majority of them s Morelioml Ky have become members and nio docply in My III says slip liai rtenired grcnt hen terested iu tho work Mrs Struct gives a talk each Sunday afternoon and se eilt tVom the nw of tho KltMttrapoiiiu I bonjht lects as a subject so mo lliblo character nf von hiniie weeJu miicc niul feel snri it Ter subject for last Sunday was Xtc will cure her f h long i Uniling ohm I odemus and tho second birth There has been a revival meeting in rhMiiuatiiu Money eonhl not hav It from 1 W Wright UnU villi K licr progies hero for it little more than three All the money in Kunmckj ot weeks There hts been up to date 87 not It cured my wifuof couverions and quite a number hrve buy my KtootropoU been added to the church The stoutest tumor aftor flu Uct pliy4ctuti hud pro- hearted sinners aro yielding to the won nouaood hor incaniblu Mlohaol Coudrnn Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ 1 bright young man and lie has before him a prosperous future if lie will only per Hollon is a Â¬ from a letter wtilten to our fellow townsman John Wilson Iroin his half brother now living in Nebraska and who left this section LV yearc- ago I HoiaciGiiiiiy Neb December -- - KSSH j DrAii RitoTiii- - I will write you a few lines as I have not beard fiomKcn tucky for ii long time We are having nice weather at present and it is a good thing for the people as we have no Iced for our stock and no fuel to bum only as we buy it Coal is all we have and ft is six to nine dollars per ton and no money to buy with The people have sold oil all their cattle hornsand hogs that they could spare as they bad nothing to feed them on and they had to have tho money to live on tins winter to keep them fiom starving and ficeiiu to death There was abso lately nothing raised here lat summer on account of dry weather Wo all cut our fodder when in tassel to et what feed we have and it was no good at the I had in 120 acres of corn and did host not get a bushel also oO acres of small grain and did not get anything One man is not a bio to help another What people will do for seed another year is hard to tell I always could find some way to get along until now I would like to visit Kcntuckv once I will more but I dont see how 1 can MAJESTIC close for this time Hopo to hear from you soon Yours c Complete A S W i isox Â¬ excerpts Actual bona fide values The great est ever offered in Lexington Just come and looli La I COKNBll MAIN AND LIMESTONE Am ll lp ill Oil or pa Clothiers Tailors and Furnishers iSH rmm cr nn v n s X iClMtlOiliiWllCll jCSfij---Jna JWWWH U Our reputation for handling only IP IWI t strictlyfirstclass goods is proof positive that I m HIM1IIM GTORMLfITFm ffi I Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ is superior to all others Twentsr two of these Ranges sold in ten days is pretty good work for these times and goes to show that the goods are what they are rep resented to be And we nrb pose to sell Seventy five bv January 1st 1895 So come marffiiiEw Â¬ 1 now and f tl Ol - Ky Myurs of Myor A Itonii JMJ Wot Malabtrvct Louisville Hnyx he bus no runion to chaiigu thu ojiintpn expressed about Klcetropolso three years ugi It curod him ofrliounintisin Oiip niyhtH uso of tho Klectrnpolso gave mi relief from brain coiijeotioii and vortiijo I liavo been u woU mini cvcrslnco Itcv Oeorf o II Means Covington Ky jfcCr KlectropolhC pat qut on trial for four inoutbs forlU Soud for particulars VYuuUliutou Mr 1 M Induce your neighbors to buy one and they Te ro the greatest of COOKING STOVES Cooking becomes a pleasure instead of drudgery A full line in stock at all times at prices within the reach of any witli description of Range sent to any address Â¬ BUY A MAJESTIC BE HAPPY tl I 1 it tl 1 1 II ill Ol P w ttUt k - 1- V COH rourlh Avenue Louisville Ky iV nois wKnn - m f W W REED MT STERLING KY li Ol fro tl w Si ct 6 iWji i t l WW Thero was a small femnlo war nt i boro on Christmas day Libbio Uiggins Higgins and Minnio wife Ioc where 111 you got that rooster 1 Hccfi of Harris been paying Harris who hn1 Ero another liwuo of Tin Herald it nuch nttllio far tlio comfort of Lib- bieH peace of mi ml bad nspt-totodwill be written 18f cido the ownership of the festive Harris Oscar MiKnbli will go lo Mt Sterling nircrtlnns That gay Lothario fcracd up Saturday with 500 dozen eggs i to nn infringement of tho seventh com- nmnument nnu in tno ineieo was man T a Oliirlc county enough to tnko tho part of his wife who visiting friends nt thin place won intt0 rovn fcr 8CVeral warm rounds Tho umpire called time and a John Jones of Whilo OaV spent temporary truce was patclicu up no mat CluiHtmns Imv lo Knzel Green a rnatlnfr nn nfftAArt1 llliMau the O HIIIUIU mnrtul At o ivating um The firm ot H F Pieratt Co has tho ruins been dissolved T Picratt retiring Fon Salk Having more stock than The postoflice at Ziuariah Lee county I care to handle I will sell the premium has been discontinued Mail to Torrent trotting maro Maud by Poet Boy that lias won three races on tho Hazel Green Wolfe county track Also a full brother yearling W T Colvln and Boyd Cole of Went that gives promise of making a record Liberty spent Christmas dayjn our town in his two year old form Any one who visiting their best girln may desire to buy can get a bargain by addressing or calling on ine at Hazel I have adopted the cash aystem and no Green Respectfully goods will bo sold on time to any one John D Robe BlJil mm AzJfritt4ds immw WWW Dnyr to c- sncjljcsh iKiTOKni MMPMWWWMWWWWMBMWBW MMM rtM BlLji j ill 12 W SHORT STREET LEXINGTON KY 10 a m to 8 p in jCVRegulnr Monls 5 conts Moals to ordor nt nil hours Sunpor from 6 to 0 p m Bronkfnat from 5 to 0 a m Dinner from - i t0 Oysters Lamb Fries Fish and Chicken a Specialty CU 3CUXCf Aa1 la09xtf ACADEMY NOTES ui M n u t Lloyd Jones is spending tho week with his parents in Carle county i HAZEL J M French of Powell county tended tho entertainment Ho will roll on tho 31at irist at- Â¬ GREEN ACADEMY jT a en- Â¬ Frco tuition will be Issued to worthv indigents upon application to tho prin- Â¬ cipal Seo him at once S M and Alonzo Nickell of Index wero visitors at the Homo thin week They will enroll in school uoxt week SESSION OF 1804 95 tfCNEXT TERM BEGINS M0NI AT DECEMBER 31 cmrriml on nlno 28 II The dinner and supper given at the ExrrN8K8 for Twenty Weeks Swnngo storehouse last Saturday for the Miss Leah Rannellu of Wilmington 1 00 Mutriciiltttlon benefit of the Eastern Star chapter of Ohio arrived at tho Home on the lJth Hoard 40 00 Masons was a rucccpb in everv particular itiBt to spend awhile with her sister Tuition to 00 7zT Washing The install- Â¬ Miss L Etta some 2325 beitm realized 4 00 Music per Icshod 3fi Roliin Kash and Carl Mizcaro home ation of tho officers was held at the Stenography and Type writing tour weeks C 00 Presbyterian church at night after Tho young man who shot twice in the fmti C litre colh ue Danville to spend One half pityalilu in advance the Christmas holidays with their rela which J C Lykins nf Campton deliv Academy yard during tho entertainment Deduction for sickness protracted two weeks or more use- on Homo sloknofH ered a lecture on the beauties and Friday night is circumstantially tives and friend 0 not counted fulness of the order Then many of the known He will be carefully watched Eiders Frank Pres Wilson James assembled throng repaired to the dining on other similar occasions 13 XMTWll pupilH from udistnnco must board at tho Homo Davis and Willis Lykius will preach nt hall and partook of the elegant supper Some of the ladies un loss permitted by tho Principal to board with nonr rola- - o Diysbnroon Saturday night nnu Sunday prepared by tho Mrs S G II Cord nee Robertson 11 oclock a m articles leftover were then auctioned ofl will arrive hero on the 2d prow and will iy livos hxponenco has provuti that tocot tho host rosullfl pit- at V t viamong them a handsome cake which again have charge of tho music classes of pils nuist bo unoor tho direct euro ot tho lonchors und thoy i i io Mr Burton and family who formerly wtiH r tvruuny n i nt n aim u is the Academy S G II Cord will con S moons U caiinoi oo it pormittotl to hoard in pnvato tumilios lived here and moved to Rations som supposed he paw it to his bct girl tinue his studies in the school r years ago nre now living at Thomson w n Trfc i fw jti c Any one who has children will reioice tnlion-in f Clark county Ah W Smith Adams of Magoffin county n n with L 15 Mulford of Plainftcld N 3 attended the entertainment and made c Zk-d J G Trimble ex banker of Mt Ster His little boy live years of age was sick arrangements for two of his brothers to Moy and u former citizen of this place with croupFor two days and nights he pent Christmas with his daughter Mrs tried various remedies lecommended by enroll on the 31t Also a Mr Konrk T Day and other relatives and friends and neighborHo says I of Magoffin countv will enroll with them Iriends lsore thought sure I would lose him 1 had J S Adams and Lee McCann and Miss neen Chumhcrhiins Cough Itcmcdy ad MN Nannie Hord who is trachinir vertised and thouglit would Vina Poynternre spending the holidays m I try it as a The are ehool in Lee county visited Iter fathers last hope and am happy to say that alter at the Home a halfyoung men more anx j r rom u nuay ifl i dozen or v tur amity nt nils pnu e mini lwo j 1 gavo ious to cripple 0 slpl UIItiUiiorinin keys in order to have one each day of the Christmas day when she re nrned to her it t Sm dav and t CHrt Wlls week enoni unties aecompanien ny muerry cllccted 1 keep this remedy in the house irooks who is teaching school in Powell now and as soon as any of my children Some person or persons cut five of the cotii ty show signs of croup I give it to them in the Academy yard on hist CO shade trees 2o and Tho public colored school which Ins and that is the last of it Tho principal of the Friday night M Rose been so faithfullv taught by that most cent bottles for sale by John school offers a reward of 25 tor the arelhcicnt teacher P lu Davenport will The Christmas tree was a pronounced rest and conviction ol the guilty ones close on Friday Jan 4 with a thorough success and the order maintained during Two years in tho pen at Frankfort will Tho oral examination in all branches be a strong impetus towards stopping patrons and friends of education in gen- Â¬ tho distribution of presents was as good such mean cowardlv acts as over seen in Kentucky The tree was eral are respectfully invited to attend erected in the Presbyterian church and The entertainmenton last Friday even- Â¬ If you owo us a noto or account unless during the dayji committee selected for rfii in which was ing was a success in every particular paid by January 14 h 1895 suit will be the purpose prominent rl Miss Laura Rawlings dressed it with the Some forty odd boys and girls took part irri ix brought on same No respect of pcr Judge Taulbec was chosen as in the exercises and every one did his presents Co H F PlEltATT MPS master of ceremonies and in the outset or her part well Some of the declamalie announced that Santa Claus failed to tions and recitations were of high order put in an appearance because of the and the respective speakers proved them Lightning Hot Drops Safest Best and MOST Agency whisky and threatened bloodshed that selves masters of their subjects Ihc What a Funnv Namel pervaded the place in the early day In a tableaux and songs were of the best and in Eastern Kentucky Bates Reasonable Vory True but it Kills All Pain twinkling he raised Bro Jim Tom Pieratt all in atl it may be called one of the best to a perpendicular and introduced him entertainments given bv the school The Sptd Everywhere Every Day a Santas half brother when the crowd calisthenic marches nnu drills were a new Without Rdllef There is No Pav went wild with enthusiasm and hilarity feature in entertainments here and can und tho distribution of the presents took not bo surpassed anywhere Address A HOFFMAN Mt Sterling Ky Acadkmiti Elsberry Little of Jicy Creek comes i place This part of the program was to the front with seven fatted hoes that presided over by a bevy of little beauare hard to beat respective weight 412 lies viz iuixhch ijiiin aim inciiiu jvaiis 420 400 385 3if 304 3GS pounds av Nannie Maples Carrie Rose Daisy Day who erao weight 387 G 7 These hogs nro and Myrtle Ringo nitlier like ministering and thither to 18 months old and Mr Little says angels hastened just is just now in receipt of a full lino of tho man who can beat thorn in Wolfe gladden the hearts of all present county can come to him and get n pair CALL ON IIowii Thin of pigs free We offer One Hundred Dollars Reward takes no Christmas Now for any case of Catarrh that cannot be The Herald jYcar Fourth of July or any thing else cured by Halls Catarrh Cure F J Cheney Co Props inat will prevent us weuKiy visits ui nt Toledo Ohio myriad of readers but like tho faithful Manufacturing Jeweler We tho undersigned have known F herald of old goes on week in and week Mfiout chronicling the current ovents And J Cheney for the last 15 years and beCustom Houso Squaro Make glad lieve him perfectly honorable in all busi to subscribe now is the timo omo fr end in a distant land by sending ness transactions and financially able to carry out any obligation made by their it to him for tho year 1895 Only 1 Â¬ Â¬ 1 Â¬ H F Pier att Catarrh is a constitutional disease Ho d Sarsaparilla is a constitutional remedy It cures catarrh Give it a trial Jr y Studios in all dormrtmnntfl of aohool work g Stenography and Typo writing 1 c - 1 ir ira iuvjxjuj jirjxucxpsij CB - mi 1 - Â¬ -- Â¬ i3 1 - 1 TAYL0 R DAY Â¬ lhwxt I Largest Stock Dealer in General Merchandise on a Cash Basis Lowest Prices Â¬ t iipT IiifiiiiiKnien s ialWillW jij FIRE HOFFMANS RELIABLE LIFE ACCIDENT Â¬ jHfllNTlio If I OVER ASSETS LOSSES PAID 28000000 27500000 Going to Lexingion M rs F N DAY Dress Goods Dress Trimmings Notions Etc Etc Trimmed Hats from 100 up VMBammu Fred J Heintz Fall and Winter Hats Â¬ 1 - Â¬ -- W Til Sally aged 7 1 died at the resi dence of Wiliie Wheatley near Coxs mill on Thursday tho JOtli inst of G 11 Â¬ linn licmorrhago of tho bowels lie had had a snell of fever but cot so he could co about when lie was taken with a relapse resulting in Iiemorrliago ami death un account of inflammation setting in it wai necessary to bury him on Thursday Quite a crowd from Stillwater passed through hero on Christmas day goim in t lie direction of Grassy and returned on En route home they rode Ctdncsdav iipidlypast Tiri JIraAU oilico that iniledto ascertain tho mission of tho cavalcade but subsequently wo learned that Granville Hoso of Stillwater and n Miss DcBusk of frassy were united in marriago nt tno resiueuec ui irn ui nit mi Christmas day 7 Prof Cord has odered a reward of 26 for the arrest and couviciion ol tlie per- Minor persons who mutilatod tho fhiido trees in tho academy yard during the entertaiiinictit Inft Friday night and if this sum fails to bring t lie scoundrel to iiiKtiec tlie people of our town sdiould double the amount Every wdf icspect ing person should aid in fenvting oi t the perietrator of this offenie and thus - Wholesale Druggists Toledo O Halls Catarrh Cure is taken inter nay acting directly upon the blood and Trice surfaces of tho system mi0 7er bottle Suld by all drug cels gsls Testimonials free in ten days or we will be compelled to Waldinu Kinxak Wholesale Druggists Toledo O WkstTiuwx Marvin v - n K wnn bTATE UOLLEGE Thirty Professors Your note anil accounts must be paid Juapeeituiiy 11 I OF K Opens SEPTEMBER 10th 1894 nnrt Instruotors r Htiilyns m sue llUUATT k Co Eightj CnurROs of a - a j T t For rheumatism I have found nothiiu equal to Chamberlaiiid Pain linlm U relieves tho nain as soon as annlied J Young West Lilierty West Yiiginia me prompt reuei 11 aninis is alone wortli many times iho cost r0 ent Its continued us e will eflbct a prmaiirni jre Fjr sjU JoIl M 1 in tho finest pure white fro Clean jt is better soup ever introduced hero tmn Cablunere Hmjuot fop the toilet superior to Ivory for fino laundry and nuad of Sn polio for tho kitchen One Sold at trtCCj joe t for lfiij 1 for Oc XA ujJice only -- mswmmteijM tRGHANTSWJOBLOTHOUSE VZTSSww WHOLESALE O M LY - -- cataJ2l 37 and 139 Eaco Street JJip Drives w - - t MiilBliiJKIIWCXTOWWri4lf Vf in sympathy juilioiiaviiiii v unit inn vNiiii with such InwiesKiici s JSb Jf Cincinnati Ohio 9 ri Uv inviatiott a few of Dr Tnulboos intiiifito fnends nfesombio at his rc-i-dencoon Mr nday evening list to parinke of a supper given in honor of Mis Lulu uovcrs i trons of Urejitliitt county HopectfulIy Mus Naxkh Kami were laid for some ten nr twelve who on- iit for tlie gods Miss ta nycd n feast The town was full of people on Christ iiim anted as hostess and a charming Mice mas dav and a great many were as full ono she inndo while Miss Strong J hero rtw liowpver no Ida Koso and sister and Mrs Ida John- - as tho town wsrloua disturlmnce though whisky was j lou nee Taulbeo assisted in rreceiving niioiireni iv 11 si si ot i lor u iikih i e i t iri mnnit oaftcrimon tholiuor died clown ami rSaGinanvl 1 red UioNlio Dutuli courage oozed out by night SlroiiBwIiIcli iirovcil tlnrmlrpU In -1 1 De irin to di eintiiiue houKel ceiiin will rent my luuir and garden of a I i f ii i it mile I mill unzei uimi sunn nur j I will rent mv farm with lime 1 8ir or jtc Parties di siring to rent eitlicr furm or jjouso may apply to met on premise -- jflarsond for our Prii o List Â¬ EVERYBODY W I 1 SKITZ WITH CHARLES Villi WITH w v m kerS co JOIJUKKH IN REED PEEBLES WIIOLESALI3 I Co wA fl S i- 11 Mt Our Prices WITIIIX YOUR RI5ACJI Hardware Agricultural Implirninis IROKTOX Dry Goods PQRTSMOUTII p culinary art f0 NbifoBkn i Vi i if i WHMflM -- mpnn ipVwayi m i j HIS FRESH OLIVES How n CRllfornlix rianter Amoncn Himself at tho Kxpemo of Innocent Traveler 13aatGruvjlt9ra to CnUtyrnig ureal A Choiring Indian UcKponMMo for XSco- ways much Interested iii rlhoollvd plan- Â¬ ItnkH 1eciillnr Cognomen years huvobo JuhI boon out in Kookulc Hottest tations whleh in rcooutmost wmthcrly a feature of the place In Iowa wild a weary traveler coino Wonder why they criuiitivH of the btatc Tho lover of the other day lmvo such towna on tho map Only tho succulent fruit when piokkrt and placo tliero that lippcarA to drt any bottled for sale in tho cast and north anxioun to tuttc the intHincssiJLhpitpaDi JupjuUyj Vluit are alwaysripe Uheru is a popularolivo im frcrm ana pression that it io Bwcct and delicious way 1 111 lib1113 mimy owirr iiuiiuiur nwpiurv Ttifllnti nnmml It nnlil n frnvnllnrr this- hm dcluHion and a nare rufflA fStundn trttlneJ wwwIt itf Sirtti lltfrr kmvi unlit w v v vw Wisliitliev had fonrottcn tofiiirlied the Now York Herald where tho rail- H tho vOary Hf Inamed the xoW I CURES m LIBHTMIiHG rxsxvjKf I f wntu 10 mini v Cramps f Flux Morbus K Colic DlrrHonc - Cholera VT HUI socsiia contains t Al lJUtG tt lEEfiwen il HllipitO hiecuie it 1 mm I A bIf - tlu a onanaor or Wator Etnl Sold EVenmHeas P IIUKU jMUUlLliNU IrU W Nmtronr BKfe of Animals and Scratches Burns Brulsos rpicrnpp UrLlW1tUf Wrif- CoSkfoaA fast6l5oocf 25 f l I LEXINGTON KY - iiskotl the dritinlrKaJI Eer ItcnV vnyjriv f JlOfrJit Iclihfe3 Vdr replied tho traveler as ho MfinTrlItvlirmitr rl inlnn rlinlir vji im rrf ttlKl We AVfcll it was in this wily U t U 14 Mjoufc w iftjfiifeFliliR ji lusion for his own amusement On the JirrivuT vl JucU ttlijn from the north numerous travelers dismount to await liiw Willed n A pSTrti1 Tiocicqilllis trtclcrQiillcildinr WkenadvalithiSf box outaMuqf I largo de- Â¬ 1 PtB two and one half time Mibf 50c -- - Ho n much a 35c Hsuef Hi Hay ttitilp h a - J v uMa SKlrVlltliUt ft mm V Oh k A TieLejiilpn Busfnass Goll8geA ONpoRPdHATED M iiiii - iiiiiiwiunninw it j mrtnTrmmmmimimMtnmamttmiiirunttimimtwmmBifMiiiirtimtMtmwtmimtiiin iiiro plaint looking for gamo and trouble AKM m Hilfinm Unlit u flm Pinter I lone iBiha8teciflKoaicrfttffliw1afHto WWICfflaS heir the his- rH 1 i ncaFltho river and cooked his bird on whatitIs now the si to of Keokuk Was this in the summer lime naked the traveler wa said the drummer mi t so whv he needed a fire to ecolfo chicken then Kever mind about tlmU flu cookud hia ehielccn and proceeded to demolish it Afl ho sat upon the river bank en KasoTl in this plonslnfr pastime it mid- tleifly occurred Io him that nrnnc day UiorSinlttht lo a ai oat city built whoro ho was sitting The rod man was fooled saiil tho fencWlr0W FINK PKI5SH j nice rlpoolives itimuintthcso words HELP he keeps filled with placard invites viu j HIVE OLIVES - TJsod for Jillino and ExtrActin 2u ltliout Jain or JJaiigor eof 4 SELF m i iPfest Set of Teeth - 900 j Of course tliero lw a rusli from the station as soon as tho bo and its con- j logs which were probably the trunks of trees engulfed by an earthquake oH some other convulsion of nature at a comparatively recent period The trees says the Youths Compan Â¬ ion aroa species of pino knownHo the natives and alo to symc ONtcnc tQ Eu- ropean commerce as uam hou The wood is nliribfllnifferlhableutld has tho alityeitTiOi flirongli its mitTiro or as the result of its soujouru under Â¬ ground of resisting decay from damp This quality makes it particularly val- Â¬ uable for tho manufacture of coflius rvmlpffir jChi purpose it is largely ex portctto Europe Tiiu Uees are often a yard in diame tor They are buried in sandy eifrth at a depth of from two to eight yards iiudnro dug up bv native lalor as ile Occupation of u llKHlhtilppl Ilnuxo lioat Couple TREfc MINES The selling of snakes to scientific men to manufacturers who use the A CurloiiH ImltiRlry of Southern ArIii skins and to museums is a business IogH Uxrillfiit for Colllni his wife who live in a Ono of the most curious industries in which a man and Mississippi hous oboat engage in The tho world is tho business of mining for oollln planks which la carried on in strange couple wero interviewed the for a New Upper Tonquin a portion of the French other day by tho reporterdoes most of Orleans paper The man possessions in southeastern Asia In a eatchug and although he certain district in this province thero the snake bitten several times he con has been oists a great underground deposit of Â¬ Otlil Â¬ continued tho drummer not hooding the interruption he thought to givo that great city a name and he arose Iheehickou ntill in his lumd and prepared to register the name with the winds of heaven lust then a bono stuck in ills throat and all he could say was Then tho two men clinched and the porter pulled them apart Wall Ke-o-k- traveler discovered and swarms of ni noccnUmcljw the pretty fruit and diff their teeth into it Then thero is a combined howl and a grout dclil Gf ex pectoration and disgust for tho delu Â¬ sive fruit are nearly as puckcry as per simmons And the planter Oh ho takes his fun from a partly hidden summer house within his grounds where ho occasion- Â¬ ally sesits himself to enjoy the specta- Â¬ cle It is a sure euro for the blues ho says THE SNAKE CATCHER Â¬ w Sv trtfALL WOUK Pure st- Vitalized Air Administered 50 cents 25 cents Teeth Extracted Over OitM a House LKXJXCTOX KY rARANTEED o r ur hr - jiirRr if bhn- - 5- ir sfn m -- r - 8H w f t f vmsj KA l mM mwL n iiltifi I In- hn mi Hnf rJT K It H HODGBN D D S Manager a wkb n i luu i t wd n A -a-- Tr rwrruvcKMMMmmjivTm44tvvmWiAtATaiMrrvW7WSmvfv s V ve TY BANK Ifcs 710 crr llf Yrniturrr of THE PRACTICAL SCHOOL OF THE SOUTH r t IhlK it lrf V Cilcgr ii i -- WttoUaomc tupirior fy l Sample 10c t r 11rtfrr TT iTfr f rx Z4Zcr4- H- hvu- r- s Tiitl 1 - - V VAX TggrBami 3grffS I li il tlnln T w vt-p-a i S-- I ni -- Absolutely jJUtunduioktoTTw il With tn pennies pet a plo wim f X Claims a pkecubove the rest your Groccran- - day H it la not hat Ho your pennies will rc pny itoit Ilon cfit trl uls nil wif- - fl ciont 1nHiiretbercwIll never bo Thosowbo use Q C B P 1or succo willev- - or fol low Omit OmU QCAKnnCtTV DMtvo 1ownrn Ieof nil weve found the Of befit k f ami tin ttvvmlnry ivi i runt untl ynftty of tin Hfcinlt I o lciilti Its Mlplotnnn ivut ItKrojIilHOJJO II Y Ittnrniyof mjprfnful students wliotonl irii i a rKriRiitt liurulrctZuif ilollilfn n iKilitllll twm t of tho Icodlni pro itiHFKKNia lf irc fiUiiiu nnd IliMinoss ticii actiml lt filcncW prnftft ml pittront Kjotcm iT In ivimv ilopnrtU iiiitriicllon lnlreon tiM am t Hihi iitnl Sin n oIh r plnn hip it mn AW MUVS All i SfW ANJ tlulirst lrtinliiir OpUI ami IImim Meinlnnml tin IiiUIikiIIoiibI ttlil Iillloma etc it Milt ni 1 Hiinoiniiili tin- - imJpiC iiilsnniif tiil lltSllivr j U 1 L 1 aU I f ho world In many other places trees are found underground in a very In Ver Â¬ fair state of preservation mont certain meadows which now are cultivated every year arc known to be underlaid withrab jnassca of flogs which wero brought d6wn and deposited in great jams in Hoods within the rec Â¬ ollection of living men and left where they were In the course of time the interstices between tho logs flllodup with earth and all wore covered over evenly with more earth and vegetable muncl is inaluloittiqui iit siders ttie experience only a trilling in A rattlesnake cident of his trade he says for instance when pursued coils and is ready to defend himself I Hip a stone or small piece of stick at him lie uncoils and starts oil but be Â¬ fore he can again coil X havo him back of the neck Is o I use no slick noth ing but my bare hands vYou 111113 laugh toojlwhru I tell you that our snake lore teaches us not to hunt when the wind is in the northwest If wo do we find no snakes The principal seasons of the year forus are spring and fall tho snakes are then Xutnud produce lots Of Ill the snakea m the Initod of oil States only three funiilie he says can lint he adds bo classed a deadly families comprise aOout tlurty those two species distributed as follows seven cotton mouths Rattlesnakes oight1cperhoudsgventcQn tho two hitter being moccasins and dwellers in 1 he the swamps and low pkuvs snaku catchers method of treating When bitten I im- bites is as follows nodlatclytjcta band above the wound cutting 1 no ititicr oecpiy in onier 10 cause it to bleed freely uud to reach clojtt tho extremity pierced by the fang The cut Is then sucked or warm newly killed ilesh is applied and the remedies- - aro thon rubbed into the wound neutralising the poison Â¬ -- W Jnd LU Address Quaker Cdy B TWJvlJJHM MIT IT J P Co liichinor WIWtfTCH1 injy thjS rHi IksFu lTiw OIF m E 1 illrKC IKcint Pnr pracllfil of Itiihn1 lioirtniiiil txiidiieinviKtux kKfPiK rninKtiiprtnccoitntiint o itKitsrsT 4ivini Ainulcnti yH IIMIItJAV KSIrtMTtON t s tfin o siinrtuntid tiUKlit In ll Ctilltrrf nnd tin- IflK3iit Kutlorm iiioiit In Hip XVorlfi to tint lie ii of orlioilii i I IK ttirtiiuitf mi ix coirt rfimrtiT fron tli iutitrs of tills sjstt m TJIMiItAlMlY ipirinlcntlint olour ItnllMu mif TcloKrnpli ntiii liui it rcc rj of 11 years practical vAiifrliMicp fiom Nijrltt Operator to liler lrilti Mspntoher ultli tin i irpest 1runk Tlnosli morkn EhiilorHPtl ds Operators rain UiftptUliori supciiiitciHlcnt ntnl n leaillni railway and tidcrnpli compnnie tlic XVurlil ownlnc t Ii Tlir Onlyii Meliool In Hallway SjHtim for an opcratlnt coinilcti vurjioflt of llttiiiK Us RrndttutPR to go direct to iirapuont ipnrfttors good poitioH DASTaiCfMttX In nil o fin Viorit irlin i ts wuli nny course Pc tmianshlp Jlualtu s rrcspnndiMict Coiiiincrcla Jan Cowmirflul Arlihiiiftip tint speUlnir StouU KocpSiivr H1- - XVIiitfr Ktponltlnn In tills If anlil lit hjhIimh tf uiciis - 1 1 t si tit r AND AVE YOUR HOUS C CHEAP SIMPLE Our Guanintro BXun for It rlt will invo imn NTl 1JV gTnQOOUO on monev tJit f r msrut tions Uirui iitffrv our tollego Is ni ronresetitod Mir moiioy n rigwiNT xvw fuiidd ov fiiil i -- f tod nint finnWl id mrit t ul su m if In ti n rpinrvtin its o nor fir ti ni InriintT 5IiJ llWOtrlc iiorfott it ntiliiti n Jlii Inrti st ami i lost pir fctl equipped KukIhchk CullvKt IJulfOhn in tui XoutJi aiEWAtlK- - Sfimocftllssi lVl0 rrmonilrtllli n ti updii tln ir word in I v Mill tell iimi tli t or n tnori tiiov will Kivo you tlio fluiin tmronsli rour e in Ii ii time in Tor le- - t none etc than It takes to romjiloto it ciirsi witli us JIMTr atPil of vnpli elnlniHe IlitnUittup fu tlHi- - aiT faNe lilniM i PIJTXS Wrli Ii ri uiviiiUi iraMi liiifto litiJilViiJr ddri C tiALHOLN Jrlfieipul Uy Lcxlnmon RELIABLE HAND1 eSsfrrrSfSsaL kLWik ai umtw rnvor irttinl los4 nf 0- - crnnrin hiirurd hu and trade lost while re cbtablishin it docs not pay for time business PREVENT THE FIKE WITH A STEMPE1 Timurnnco innv iCfiTSPENCER COOPER Hazel Green Ky agent for Wolfe and Morgan Counties HFCall and u iho Litilo Wondor j i Ek - 3 Whenever any of those buried logs aro dug up they are found to be In a In tho ICsettcmont of tho Moment Another Mnn AVoro It Awny surprisingly good state of preservation A strange incident by the way tho business of mining thoin has but marked the last days spent by Tme not yet become an industry tarnot in the palace which had been her homo for seven anxious years She THROCKMORTON STORY OF desired to preservo as precious relies How Ho Obtained n Vortltct for a Client for her family all the articles of dress TtiXiiH Court In her husband at the moment of worn by was Tho late Gov Throckmorton struck down by tho assas- Â¬ when he Texas was onco engaged In the defense sins hand These wero carefully col- Â¬ of a man accused of murder The cvi lected and sont to her but the hat ilcnco against his client says Kate alono was missing and it was supposed Molds Washington was too strong to to havo been lost in tho confusion of bo overcome by any plea except that of that fatal drive It appears however self defenso but tho man killed was in that among tho first to offer medical Ids shirt sleeves at tho time and no one help as the victim lay on his deathbed had seen him with a weapon exposed at the prefecture was Dr Oirard tho Mr Throckmorton at tho proper junc Â¬ mayor of Charbonniores ture of affairs suddenly pulled oft When other surgeons took charge of his coat and waistcoat and turning the ease this gentleman discreetly around so that the jury could see every withdrew and was looking for his hat lildo of him inquired whether in their whereupon Col thtimoln handed one to judgment ho was aimed or not Tho him IIo put it on and went home answer in tho negative was unanimous thinking it was his own for It titled With a knowing smllo Mr Throckmorhim exactly 2ot until some days later ton proceeded to draw from under his ho cast his eyes on this article of head Â¬ lvft arm one pistol another from under gear as it hung in his hall examined it his right ono from each of his boots more closely and found it marked In Â¬ and llnally a hugo bowio knife from side with a C did ho recognize his under his shirt at tho back of his neck mistake The lost hat was forthwith As ho laid tho weapons in a row on tho restored and Mine Carnot acknowl- Â¬ table ho said You see gentlemen edged its receipt in a lotter expressing although in my shirtsleeves It was not her heartfelt thanks Tho safe to consider mo unarmed counsel for tho prosecution knew from The IUhH Power A fish exerts its great propulsive that moment that their caso was gone nower with Its tail not its tins Tho A Confuting Cluunr piuldlo wheel was made on tho fin A famous London will bequeathed tho screw all my black and whlto horses to a theory of propulsion and noting tho propeller had Its origin In ccrtutn devisee After tho lawyers had Wrangled to dotonuino whether all tho action of the tall It 1a now shownÂ¬ tall actually 11ik hor1iind all tho whlto ones that tho tins of tho described by perforin tho evolutions w were wcMutx or only tho piebald or propeller blades and that tho fishthe In white ones n witness test- Jrf Its sinuous motion through tho water Ltbe horses of the dead man XjJn viBmiM and tha hnfii4tnnluV depends on tho torsional aollon of tho J tall to give It powc VAVwWMI mitfottiided Â¬ growth LOST CARNOTS HAT 3 DEALER IX HARDWARE QUEENSWARE TINWARE And a Full Line of Agricultural Implements Mitchell Wagons Owcnsboro Wagons McCormick Binders and blowers AVhiteloys Solid Steel Binders and Mowers Avery and Malta Double Shovel Plows Repairs kept in stock for McCormick AVliiteley and Champion Machinery Granger and Tiger Hay Kakcs The Best and Cheapest Cook IDINU FELDER Stoves and Ranges JmfiinsonJorWGo s on the Market Jobbers WITH f 1 irtg CD 1 H iWl H ImportiTa a nil of Queensware at Cut Throat Prices MANTELS AND GRATES The Farmers Friend DRY-- GOODS AND NOTIONS Street J Nos 5a7 flD and 5 1- 1-- Wcht Mnin lAnlSVILLK FOR KY North Maysville Street Mt Sterling Ky P1IITIHG It T iMVtlT -- I J c i 1 TRIMBLE BROTHERS t 5t7t mMmvzM -- WUQItELBAim 1 BOCX3QIBSt KY iinTu1KADSi Kt UNUHJIta f iwul mi with pniier call ut tjiM- - I 3 t l MT STERLING THE HERALD OFFICE iiazkl Gitiix icy I b PML I -i-- A- - i e kAriiunvTiirma - - m nvrrntmi AWwEmui it liiys t I xl sometimoa small because they ahs formed at different heights la tho nlr The glow worm bus a brush attached to ita tail because it is necessary to show Its light that the hack be kept clcau Decaying wood and putrefying fish look luminous in the dark because they arc really undergoing a slow oombitB tion derstorm because being good eonduc torn they keep the electricity from the body Iiion bedsteadsarcsafeduringn thun- Â¬ THE REASON WHY Lukaji hnlos nro sometimes largo and AN IMPRESSIVE TRAIT A Queer Mnn Who Made- n Irlcnd by Re Â¬ spect Tor Ills Mother During my bohemiau day3 it oc- Â¬ curred that I Bat in nn uuptown cafe with tile sort of a man whom tlila inci Â¬ - tmVli Court Comparison and Defy Compatltlon mm ml WlNCimiTKX KY at A t M ft I I I w 5c C dent will reveal says a writer in tho Now York Press A V Siiaeh tarnishes when exposed to the light because of the actinic or chemthe sun Â¬ ical property possessed by the rays of A Bunttixo gas jet is unhealthy in a bed chamber because one gas light gives out as much carbonic acid gas as two aleopcrs Wmn clothing is cool because it re Â¬ flects tho heat of the sun black cloth- Â¬ ing is wurm because it absorbs both heat ami light Tim eyeball is white because the blood vessels that feed ita substance aro so small that they do not admit the red corpufelos Tun lie i under the naihi looks red because the nails aro almost transpar- Â¬ ent and thus tho color of the tissue be aeath is visible Liohtnino is destructive because of its enormous power A flash of light Â¬ ning has been calculated to equal twelve thousand horse power 1 OUR NEIGHBORS ON THESOUTH Iv tho National theater of San Salva Â¬ dor entertainments voladns were OF lately given in memory of Jen J M iliviis and President lrancisoo Mencn AMERICAN RICE PAPER lez who were the victims of tho revo Â¬ lution which brought tho tfzctn broth The Chlnctto Tree In Now Successfully ers to power from which they have j drown In Florida recently oeen ueposcu by another revo- Â¬ rnc rice paper trct one oi tnc most lution o interesting of the flora of China has feUCI AS In Uolivia the municipality of La recently been successfully experiment- Â¬ Pax one of the three capitals of the ed with in Florida where it now flour country with Sucrcnnd Oram has for Â¬ ishes with other subtropical and Ori CATALOGUES LKTTI2R HEADS bidden a theatrical company to pro- - ental species of trees and shrubs duce the drama entitled The Tempta When ilrst transplanted in American tions of St Anthony unless it was soil the experimenters expressed doubts I IAXDIHLLS BILL HEADS S iven under another name as it was as to its hardiness fearing that it would said to ridicule religion be unable to stand the winters All Lv Chli Senorita Eva Onesada Aeha these fears have vanished however CIRCULARS STATEMENTS ran received in lune the diploma of nnd it is now the universal opinion that licentiate in medicine and pharmacy it is as well adapted to the climate of after a brilliant examination by the this country as to that of the famed POSTERS NOTEHEADS faculty of Santiago Two other young Flowery Kingdom It is a small- tree growing to a height women Senoritus Diaz and Perez re Â¬ ceived a similar diploma in 1537 and of less than fifteen feet with a trunk were the first women in South America or stem from three to five inches in DODGERS ENVELOPES diameter Its canes which vary in to obtain such a diploma In IJucnoa Ay res a new avenue named color according to season are large Le Mayo was opened to the public July soft and downy the form somewhat MINUTES PROGRAMS The municipal intendeneia in or Â¬ i resembling that noticed in those of the der to commemorate the opening de Â¬ castor bean plant The celebrated rice creed that a copper medal should be paper the product of this queer tree is s uck and engraved with suitable in- Â¬ i formed of thin slices of the pith which scriptions The morfuL accompanied is taken from the body of the tree in by a diploma was distributed to all beautiful cylinders several inches in persons who had takeu part in the length Tho Chiueso workmen apply the project blade of a sharp straight knife to these MONEY CAUSES TROUBLE cylinders says theSt Louis Republic Many Fierce Ilntreilg lie in at the ItcHtl- - arid turning theuw round either by injj of tho Will wrudeJ machinery or by hand dexterous- Of all things after jealousy of My pare tho pith from circumference to 1 iknnve 9 vwh aAABBajjiVivvw i wkamh vm w llnnft ThfnnyWhnn nn Roan Tl 9 JL m which indeed it is part and parcel center This operation makes a roll of 4 MVWU 9 visible substance of the unseen extra quality paper the scroll being of the Wo tiiho this Nil Cooruu My dour friend feeling money is tho most potent equal thickness throughout After n method of tlmuking you for past favoM You havo factor in the creation of domestic rows cylinder has thus been parcjcl it is un- porformod aiLOxcollont job on out Minn tea Tlioy To sec a set of expectant heirs all wait- - rolled and weights are placed upon it on nifco oloan whito paper with very ing on the reading of the will and to until the surface is rendered uniformly j Li ltrr I Â¬ wild looking unkempt chap gaunt shabby with u four days growth of beard rushed in looked wildly nround nnd then hurried over to my compan Â¬ ion and took him aside As a result of their conversation the man with me turned to me and said in a whisper I am going to ask you to loan mo two dollars but dont you do it Then he asked mo and I refused the loan and the gaunt man went unstead- Â¬ ily out Queer duck that said tho man at the tablo with me always getting into scrapes taking out opera com- Â¬ panies and leaving them stranded The last scrape ho got into was in Montreal lie telegraphed home 4I am in jail on n technicality but dont tell mother That struck me as very funny Dont tell mother Hut he was always an ill balanced ass anyway Now the thoughtfulnoss of his moth- Â¬ er in the young man who wanted to borrow two dollars struck me as a rather deserving trait and I left my companion abruptly and followed him out 1 saw enough of him to convince me that ho was not a man of business and not even an admirable character However 1 loaned him the two dol- Â¬ lars Sinco then he has been considerably in the public view in many ups and downs Hut he is now coming home from the other side as the im- Â¬ presario of a lot of continental stars I wish him well Like Mark Twain I love a man who never shakes his moth- Â¬ er Tills ones name is IlobortUrau Â¬ y l t n niiucKQiXNiiM lreMdent kJr7l 1 S J Jem IS iLmJSJHLAJLtt Paid up Capital 20000Q00 Surplus l5600O000 Thl ulinntH i kencrauy iHroHRhoHt Kiwtrn Kentaek hihI often its edltonlDra twnrv fanllliv aaii thnmoit llbenil ternis within tho limits of IrKitlmiite lSHkin oct28ly Bunk Rnlioits tho accounts farmera t re tiers hih liusim i r t OjLj Qf M r tier Um Clay City national CLAY f 1TY KY ui i PRINTING HOUSE IS NOW Capital FLOYD DAY 77 J F 50000 COX President Cashier No Hank in Kimturn Kcntuolcy lins ljcttcr vaults nor bettor fHcltitics fur ktwpingypur MHiinitcdviltirely by liotnu proide uccoiint who know you and who hic Hlways rcMtly to RccomiiKulnto you t Call on us irMmicy loan tin TcnsonnMc 7acs ClarR Gounty Malinnai BanK MAIN Prepared for Printing EVERY DESCRIPTION I STREET WINCHESTER KV JOHK W IIKAK president D fcl F CUKTIS Cashier Surplus 100000 Capital 3200000 Undivided Profits 35000 OiKHiiiziil lSfi hying the oldest linul in tin county Colleeitioiih made on ull points and your uiulnckK mlicltcd i Traders Deposit Bam MT STICKLING KY 30000 f Catital 200000 SuniLVS j m ninsivif7irpiknt L W H KIltKlA THICK Vice Prcslilcnt V THOMSON Cothicis j I Wo rciincctrully solicit tho business oTmrr tarmei trrdcrs uud ImisImcsh men generally througliont Kastern KcntucKV A ptiiural tiiinklnc IiumIiicsh done Oive sw n chance to Mtul you t bank book any your checks nnd lonn von money when in net d W V TltOMrKOK CiihIisci cliiint1 Anything 0 Everything in Fact mJ That Can Be Printed With Type PressPaper t Tlll- i- oKoxfrfr4frfrft W Mt j Tfc Sterling Kyf now receiving his r i i j AJIMUIUJ viuuuh -- Ls i niIIIIMIIIIlin jtist - i Mi - fv It is altogether probable that if rice have not been well endowed and their frantic jealousy of and fiery anger paper making beporacs aiyndustry in against those who have is to see an the United States fliYsVprimitivd modes I obiect lesson in human nature amonfr will be done away with UUIU liUlMllaUppUlIIIillltMIt 111 WIU3U J1U oiuuum nuvuiinm w Ulllliu -- K jaoujtojj roadablo type t jt ittMflu l mnrnuing watciiue Triwulrtr f Read Uy reason of those legacies all the 9fljJ nJ Plih ad j ivetry WnSVirounofout former love is forgotten aild a hatred tq nothing so much as the lira of wornlike The joung man and the young hell takes its place Urothers and sis- - nn from half a mile beyond the timber J vJ tersglowcriapronu anotlierpveri the line came hesitatingly into the oflice All 0 KM j jfclmup sunrf Ivan to prio inxi JliejSmall and tho young man inquired if they ItEijALi Dear Sir I havo inst recoivod 1EllTh mrimtiWlaljoufc6nothTr Svitli could look round a bit nnd sec how a rthfi MilftitOH oij Enterprise Association audi havo f tliothUntlfTeiajaumtltatigpos to newspaper was made ui course per j criticisod them and find thorn a worfect iob T of missioijyas rndtud at opec and af porlaplheab3wchptmnl crc- - trulde iurnislicdto do tlioXimil v oVftiie offitfonwhtulif was the honors I 10lfor fiftK P behalf of the dditor that it is tho V best Job of Miiiut ales the head putqf ono of the minor They went everywhere nnd on the printing that I havo over f neii r tr v1f1Hmtf any olliqii and I can cheerfully recommend joints of the taiL How many nffec- - principle of saving tho best till thei tlonS littvd receivQd thblr denth blow last they wound up in tho editorial 4KQgftssBithawoLkiif Xyte JJekalo oJice toull whodoho to by the side of that divided heap of rooms 1 V Illll navo joo priniiu If I1I1III About the first thing that attracted money where each legatee thought rvi xfonsLvJe noatnsss or acouracv And will further tHo oth- - their attention in that departmenths himself defrauded hy all Unit ZffiM to Slllistlr Aasoeiatidns who desiro first class M t ors had recoivod nnd where there were a smooth lookingyoung fellow buSily ul tnlt rtyjn yi2BA wjJlgivo pQf disappointed heads by as many as atrwork PTJ tj pexyrien jlho young iPvSlc J11 HH 1 w4i What They SaVl aiid bound in beautiful tinted paper ingopd stylo Tho entfrrd job giyos porfdet Satife- faction Wo sipcoroly thank you foi same For the nico work you havodonufor us wo agrtin t 4isK you lomccepc our tnanKs anci promise that you shall havo our printing horoaftor Very Respectfully i Rev John E Auitownon VA HjOhunn Vni Ai llrniiniiH Mm iilv kv j I 1 iMl kind solid iinu twriir vvi plated sil- a il j Vi etc vijr ware fjfii Iricos I ho Ml hric-a-bra- e 1 nvost 3 ii jMswsiHfe TPJ Hk Give hint H call anil you will save in noy m Jm oS -- DO YOU WANT A Situation - 3zs u OA MlXTk o r 1rof Si W NMUhfvr ympt prlncljwl ot tan Gonimiroiil By 0irli r Collip FAlocZW Awarded Modal and Diploma the wwws CwumWan ExpetHlsn HualBCM Cil to cvjiriio i lluitinJoiirHnioiii jHOlticiailhf luHJnnboofcn TyiMwriWB nml bonrd - -- Tvlwruhf tnnahtIT l lOXltMltuCKMMIUI U tr ma KM lo OntikH urirl no oincini iilwluiivrv Krntucky mUt Now Krmliiairn Cnlvrrftlty nUirHlmt uwHrdetl rJluuM WlvMi to rrurlMar itltunloii -- mere werc011110 wvu their naluralconditionT A JLVJLl tion formed bv vaaitvorcupidity of tho legacy to come after sueli tindsuchj a death writes MrsLynn liinton in the Queen For indeed money is the w Itll MfitMii lio Kfiid m lm nnnrrlil M toueh stonb nar excellence of ehnnicter and baser liopes do sometime so often her by the arm and dragged her closer minglo in even with love wTiere the look at that will youV What is it she asked lover is poor nnd the vbelovdd i Youve heard tell of tho machine comes tho crash nnd wealthy Then row nnn nuniu poi vo n11uij v lv inon lollows tno H imtil1 burst out wliero tho ilowors onco Slic nodded bloomed and tho sweet waters once thats what Well ho explained llowcd theymalco it on You watch tho young A Superior INoplu teller awhile and seo how fast ho can Ill China Tsaichow men are ft su- Â¬ turn it out and tlioy stood by tho perior race They aro the Chinese busy writer so long that it almost gave Four Hundred nnd native anatomy him a conniption lit and then brolco distinguishes them in an altogether hiin nil up by asking him if he couldnt imusuul way The surgeons say that give them a sample to take homo with while all other Chinamen have eight them pieces of bone from tho neck to the top AccoaniNti 10 vne oioventli census of tho head IVaichow men are the the whole number of persons from live proud possessors of nines to seventeen yenrsof agu was 18513201 of Uy the eleventh census Maine Ver- Â¬ Begulato your liver with a do0 and Ari Â¬ Lincoln Tea ami your compfexlon will mont North Carolina Iowa had each one Japanese resident zona brighteu with each dose 1 take coolly tho disappointed expecta- - It is nn exceptional nitturo that can vj 1H liands of the guide and sidled over to the writer lie had no idea what it was but in a minute or two he noticed the written page as it filowly emerged from tho roller nnd he bcekonod hasti Â¬ ly for the girl to come ove says he Detroit Free Press Ilu lvlh l wuuiiJiumiii in the fMMnHdf xh SSS5ij5auei sawsiaoiKin te lltirli II v r Grassy Crook Ivy jykjns i s innsmpnri RSMITH fi I or rtiMr KV tr WILBUR IOST LEXINQTO 1 letters complimenting our work llAIXtlD a iKTirllD a TOnYnia vtTlvlTrt y MJC WA M V JC 19 M i mm LiLlULtkl FOR 5JO EVERY IN QUANTITY BEST IN QUALITY WHITES CREAM YEARS and give us a trial order Address VERIVIfFUGEi His lad all WORM RamdiB 10TTILE SOID nnBoWMinsi HyAunKoT tT wc SM m4 - 6UABJWTK0 THE HERALD u ll i At UJlrI UitF 11J llvJJuC J 1 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