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Digital page images are linked to the text file. + r i L t TftE Ii IIRALtTxh r 4 1885 Mndo Famous in tho Story of II Jonathan and His Continont by Max ORelh rat ri M u =I auFVCKU Owner nn l timerThe Oldest Most Popular Most Widely Circulated and Most Quoted Paper in the Kentucky Mountains OU KACKMTB IN ADTANCX A TICAiii 9 V fr FOURTEENTH YEAR HAZEL GREEN WOLFE COUNTY KENTUCKY THURSDAY MARCH 31 1801 t NUltIJIltR1 c t t ffe + RREPOnDEneE WOLFE COUNTY Daysboro Doings Thomas Amyx is now improving Jobn S Nickell went to Grassy Sun i day Uncle A B Roberts Is suffering with rheumatism Amos Nickell went to Hazel Green j ono day Inst week Floyd Arnett of Leo City was in Daysboro Sunday H II Swango of Swango spring was in this neighborhood Monday Master Johnny Shockey of Grassy is visiting his uncle Alex hockey J 11 Sebastian nits wife were visiting on tho head of lied river Sunday Bob Roberts has moved into tho prop erty recently vacated by Anthony Lowe until Fallen has been sick for some time and It iis feared that he Inns typhoid feverArbury Brooks who owns two of the finest hound pups in Eastern Kentucky wouldA Scott who hay been suffering with a severe case of the mumps is about well again Mrs Sou they Lacy of Lacy creek passed through this neighborhood one day last week inquiring about flower weds Misses Sally and Monta Crucy of Lacy creek wero visiting on this stile of the Ridge Sunday Our young friend Curtis Wallin of Hazel Green was visitingi his grandpa Charles Fallen Saturday and Sunday Henry Shockey and lOll I Hiram who recently moved to Whilei Oak MorganI county were visiting friends in and around Dayshoro the past week and all wero glad to have two such nice gentle men in their midst On Sunday Caloway Sebastian was out taking a pleasure ride on a Mahler mule The mule fell in a mud hole throwing Calaway in the mud uliuo t knee deep and got up and walked oil leaving Calaway standing Square ill the middle of a bad list Harry and Alvin IIliggins and somo 10 or l other colored citizens of tho Days boro neighborhood undertook tho job of clearing utu nero of mini for John Nickel for which they wero to receive corn and polnsscs After working two or three days each they gave up tho job and they didnt get tho lasses We have not seen it but enough limas been told us to warrant the statement that Boone May Juts just completed one of the best sleds that huts ever been made in Wolfe county Wo dont know lintI Mr May may have brought the pattern 1 from White Oak when ho moved lucre i whitertf timber and is designed for a leaf and dirt sled upon which Mr May will haul leaves und dirt from the rich hill aides to put on his level land 1 lo seems to know just how to farm and here is success to him and his sled During tho tide Ilast week Sylvester Normnn Bob Brooks Hyatt Roberts friendCampbell wentdownas makbegtheboyelostInand wore absent for six or tighthours Campbell says Burnio Finch of hazel Green was also alomlgand1 rrheu totalklmdMoundlrtuutingpine was trying to I the anddidthe way and Buruios ma lit monkeyimedZLven up all hope of gaining any Infer tleD Razorwasl hoiaboykingI crazyIiM vlft 1 r 7J1L0 fI people started on a run for home Bur nie said Let him run ho has had lots of fun out of me March 28 CIIAKMB Lacy Creek Links Sam Mourn is on the sick list Visiting is the order of the day raisingSnturdny plisses Corn anti Nannie Rose were vis iting their cousin Miss Clara Hose Sun lay Miss Ida Hose is visitingI friends and relatives on Holly and at Campion this week Visa Lou K Caskoy tlf Grassy was visiting her aunt Sarah IL Tolivor Iii day night D 11 Lacy and Harry Perkins went to Gillmore Sunday presumably to see their best girls Misses Nina Crnoy anti Ollio andI Lou Maloney were visiting tho family of 1 II 1 pins Saturday Mud Sunday Jeff M Hose bought three steer calves of IL D Motley for which it is supposed he paid 90 and ho has employed Prof Dm Lacy to run his farm whilo he in out trading Some one mot up with lrof and asked him if the wedding haul guar 011yel Ho quickly replied No and it wont if 1 can help myself for I want her to help me run Jeffs farm and he further said ho hoped it wouldnt be a rainy tiny when he went after her March LS OLD BACIIKIOU u From another com iM n lcnt Hud Ualton traded a fertilizer for guns to fight the Spanish Billy Wilson and W HTibbs swapped horses lust week and traded even C S Samples visited the bedside of his sick mother out day knot weak John Heasley was on Lacy creek ono day last week hunting bugle hulls Noah Tibbi says he is going to marry as basil as he gold a uhauce and I think he will loo- Buffalo Hill Quickwill was visitingi on this creek Sunday Wo did not learn It businessClint says ho hum put up the Ixwt pair of draw burs tint over was on the Buchanan farm March Lo GAIT JIVKS Tolivor Topics Muddy roads tend rain is the order of tho tiny Henry Linden of color hits returned from Ml Sterling As it is wet nil tho talk now is tho railroad and a war with Spain Bruce Stamper and family wore over to see Too Catron and family Sunday Miss Lou Catron one of Toliverw charming hellos has gone to Campion to learn the milliner1 trade H C Ward was in Tolivei Sunday He is a jolly good fellow Como again henry wo enjoy your companya B M Mannin ono of Wolfe countys brightest school teachers and ono of HIP jolly fellows or Tolivcr contemplates going south for the summer Whereer he goes wo predict for him a successful career in lifes journey Bro Templeton preached to a good crowd at Saudlield Sunday He is an able preacher of the gospel of Christ Ho told tho people of that lava and union that should exist in the hearts of tho children of God Some of our good brethren couldnt stay for some reason but left the housewo dont know why We enjoyed tho preaching for it was tho unadulterated word of God March 29 SHIXKK Lee City Lilacs James Wilson was in town Friday James Leo was in town Saturday on business Stephenson Wilson called on yo scribo Saturday night Ye scribo went to Morgan county Sat urday on business Bent Little of Dajsboro was In town Saturday on business u JA a ITnmes Linden of Gillmore pausedI through town Saturday Born to the wife of C B Men on the l7lh last a fine girl Harry Thorn JKOII of Hazel Green way in town Monday on business Tho little daughter of Clay Ruse who huts been very ill for song time iis much better at this writing Kelly M1 Hose of this place who is attending school at Ilumzel1retnl visited his parents Saturday and Sunday i Dr JI H Carroll wa culled Sunday to I see tho daughter of Daniel Burton ofii Magollin county who iid very sick Rev Henry Dnnncgiui holdl services at this place Sunday evening and a very nice crowd was out to hear this eloquent man of God discourse 1 B Thompson of Hazel Green had till misfortune to lose a very valuable marc at this place Friday night by death Cause of death unknown Mr and MM1 S H Taulbeo accom panied by Mr anti Mrs1 O car Fallen visited Ilion W II TnulbeeI of Morgan countyt Saturday and Sunday W C Taiilhcf of Newport I kvhio is visitingi his father and mother Mr R Mrs 1VILTaulbeeof Morgan county visitedi his brother S 11 Taulbeo of this place Saturday March JO Ttrroit Still watol Sparkles loin Moore sold to Martha Wells ono cow at r fiO John Sebastian was visiting B 1 Hose Saturday night Miss Malvia Smith has gono to Camp ton to attend school Trading John Moore sold to B D Hone ono cow at SJfiAO- llnrltm Stamper of Campion way on this creek Tuesday trying to lull cattle Win Collins and Grover Smith wore visiting at H L Carrolls Saturday night and Sunday IL L Carroll gave tho young folks a social Saturday night and they had a nice timei of it Jl J1 Taylor has been working on a house G T1 Center is having built at Campion for a week or two S M lint UI L Putt bought b2 head of cattle in Porry county and brought them home ono day lust week MiiMCrf Audio Tolson and Margaret Lane of this creek were visiting at John Napier Saturday night B D Hose is getting up a petitionI asking tho county judge to grant him license to sell whisky at tho next term of countyt court S11Vells received a telephone mes sage Monday that his sister Clay Holes wife was dead at Lee City and he went to the burial that day D L Tutl of this creek went to- G B Williams on Quicksand Brealhilt county Saturday and married Miss Cora Williams whom ho brought homo Sun tiny May their pathway bo lovely inward Stamper esq was at the Stillwatcr bridge Saturday taking dcpo ilions in the case of Lyda A McClure vs Kelly McClure who separated tome time ago and are now lawing over their property and children to bo rend in the Morgan circuit court which convenes next week Abraham Hollon wits arrested on the charge of housebreaking by JI F Sam plea and F P Cecil a few nights ago and tho boys say they had a right acarcy time of it for n while with his brothers But they finally succeeded in getting him to give bond for his appearance at next term of circuit court March 28 OMEOA rrtyCampton Currency G W Robinson is in Louisville buy- Ing goods Sheriff A T Combs went to Clay City Friday on business lion J C Lykins made a trip to Lex ington tho past week Deputy collector 8 M Tutt has just returned from Perry county if5 1 j 1iIr o Joj Taylor P Sewell is suffering from a felon on his finger Copt W L Hurst attended time Powell circuit court last week I Mrs LydiaJ Stamper is in Louis vile buying millinery goodstt J II Stamper jr attended county court at Ml Sterling last MondayJ MI F Horton storekeeper and ganger has gone to Danville on official business I Squire W B Duff of this place will bo a candidate for the legislature in 11m lieu II N Horton of Boor Pen viII ited his loninlnw tins Lykins Sunday- A now PIUSOHIUJO iis being built for the I Methodist church Lot the good work go on General deputy collector loon W Colyar of Louisville was In town Satur dmmylirsi N Vaughn is in Cincinnati laying in n SlIpplIIf general merchan dise llrs W B Duff visited tho funnily of j Dr W H Tutt on Hirams branch Sun daII Hon Jay H Swango tho pride of tho i mountains s of JHazel Green was hero Saturday I The IIIIJCmt81111 this side of time comma ty nru hot for lion T1 V Fitzpatrick for roeleclion lo congress I The Baptist brethren have rented tho old schuul house and will hold services every Sunday at 2 p in III II dish of Ml Sterling who humus boon attending the K W A al Ibis place Las rot u mod home lalph Bingham of Richmond Va will give an entertainment at tit iK W A till Msl iitht at lightII Common woalthH attorney A hF Byrd left Sunday morning fur Irvine to at tend tho Kslill circuit cuurtII MiNl Delia Lovolaco who hums been vis iting her cousin Gi W ILovolaco hUH re turned lo her homo in llrealhilt county Tho report that it rainod brimstone over here last week is false Sensible people will not believe any such HtOrlCHI Hnzel Green the gem of the moue tuiiiH can bent thuworld for pretty wom en Hilt for ugly mIll mid roguish ualllo Campion viands without a Ipeer Willie Asbury wont to Tolivor Sun tiny to see his best girl She was assist omit postmaster lucre under cxpostmnster G T1 Center and none knew her but to love her and none situ her hilt to J1t11illOI I Tom Smith J1J William Tom Stain per and Stun Faulkner wero arraigned before police jjudge J Hl I5llll11 per ono tiny last week charged with refusing to- ali8t constable IL C Campbell to nr rest C M Lykins on a capias They were defended by Stamper C Sowell and were acquitted We want to say that nil tho boys in limo debate al time entertainment given by the Ie W A a short time ago did welt Gco Vaughn and Willie Tyler who were on time negative made good speeches and a great many of the people who heard the debate mild they wero en titled to the decision Wo have no feeling in the matter whatever There nrn three towns where men are born wisei and need no schooling towit Hazel Green Wet Liberty and PrcHtoiiH burg These three towns have produced moro orators than any other three towns of the sumac number of inhabitants in time world There is more true manhood and true womanhood in these three towns than in rummy other three towns of the same population in the world God bless these towns A few nights ugo as Hon A II Stam per was coming up from Torrent ho was scared almost to death Near Spruce Gap where Hoadly Jini Bunks was burned n few years ago ho heard some unusual noise near him tint caused hubs hair to stand alone All of a sudden a man stop ped in tbo road before him having no head Stampef shot 13 times at the ghost Then he saved himself by flight We have this from Stamper own llpi and cannot afford to dispute it March 28th SUPPLE JACK w e st ORQAN COUnT + GeuolatUi Chat 7lastJames Motley is visiting his parents this week u Elihu Skciucs sold to Henry MlloaoM for X12 to be paid in work vlshlDIInLittle Sammlo Cecil Iis the boas base singer Ho slugs as correctly aa n man Mort Cecil went to Grassy Lick Sund- AY 1 and stopped in the jambs as ho came back I Our prayer mceltng is changed front Friday night to Sunday afternoon at 2 oclockJohn L Furgason of Canoy preached n predestination sermon at Consolationt Sultdayl11 D Motley nold to Jeff1l Hose on Saturday last A six months old calve for 0870 Miss Annie Blanlccimhlp of Town branch is visiting friends and relatives 1 in this neighborhood On our way from Lncy creek Sunday we nut with Charley who scorned In A great hurry nod said ho was on his way to John Nickells to play marbles anti he knowing that time Bible says marvel not lilllo boys March 28lh Tin DIIAKK Jambs Jangles- F M Long bought of Joel Havens ono hog for iY Our friend Robert Nickell Is hauling lumber to Hazel Green Misses Kilo McClure mind Alma Hosa mule visiting at Salem this week Jettso Oldfield had n working Friday and got about IbOO rails split mill laid Illp MIH Allio Long has just returned from t a weeks visit among friends and rein lives near Salem Rev IH F Diingau and Hcv W S McCluro have guru to tho head of lied river on n preaching tour The sick on the Jambs this week mire a Mrs Joshua DeUimk Aunt Jano Old field Mrs1 D M Oldfield and Clarence DeBusk none seriousyOn Saturday evening Morton Wilson passed through tho Jambs en route to H K NickollH whore ho expected to spend Saturday night tumid Sunday March fcsCimmiKlt Sollars Sunshine Drifting logs scorns to ho time object of tho tiny Miss Lizzie Long was visiting at this place Sunday Miss Carrie Amyx passed through Sol Inrs ono day last week 1111 Amyx lion been sick for the past week but is now some hotter Wes and Miss Lano Taufhno passed iE through Sollars ono day this week Herbert tho little son of David Jnck+ s4 ton fell from n chair and throw hU shoulder out of place and it was set by J B Amyx- J 3r B Amyx attended court at West Liberty Monday Lookout boys the judges instructions were mighty strong March 20 SUNfllilNR MENIFEE COUNTY + Dan Datit J No news of Interestr l1f 4Allt M II Power slaughtered a fine hog OR yA o t tho 20th inst r W J Prater Iis on the sick list withuttchills and fever but ia some bettor 11 k W B Barker and DP McGuire are f farming at a lively rate on the ttankt1 Murphy farm i tttjJ J T Power left on the 2QtfcorGtWr f county to clerk for his uicheFt Mi r Power Tom Bald be haUd awful bad o i1- lgave the I I IOfJ t March 28i JoXv f lfj 1 Old iiIipsnv1 i l t M f 11 H J IF 1 Itit 4fI dJl tt i t Iv i fF i c cPHE HERALD r- fj t lfmoil 000PM liltK 14a HAZEL GREEN KY T THURSDAY Mnrch 81 1898 tx ut Announcement Wo ore authorized to announce JOHN E URNER of Winchester Clnrk county IS r F A candidate tor Congrcw In this the Tenth 1 district subject to the action of the Demo cratic party We arc authorized to announce Hon 11108 Y FITZPATRICK of Irestonnhurg t j Floyd county ai a candidate for reelection I te congress from the Tenth district subject partyaJ WITH this issue Tim HKKALD enters upon the fourteenth year of its existence To sum up what it has done and what iit intends to do would occupy more space than at our command Suffice to tiny that it will with each succeeding issueI strive to be better brighter and bigger AS soon as pntronngo justifiesandshall ever strive to bo TUB IUIUE OF Tilt MOUNTAINS Since Max ORell the story told Which gave rlll IIi uuo faint Day bytiny In cvry mall Subscriptions to it came 0 render hull Tin HKIIUD Newssheet of Harcl Green The oldest best and truest nee The inountaliiH eer has seen At Richmond Surrey England Tin will by Lady Cook Who writes for It bright iwsayn And tends a handsome book Its columns have been rend by mill No matter where they roam On foreign or American soil It brings you news Imam home Thirteen yours have drifted by Since its Inltliil day r And Onward 1 rewards been its aim It known no other traysI To advertisers Ins proved The magnet of IKentucky Awl every man whoso tried Its space In trade has been quite lucky To farmers tin a special ft lend And wants them grass to grow With herds of cattle gralng there To them more money M How The editor will never tiro ILIs sentiments to show j Remember ho has been your friend Since thirteen years ego With yet iv few morn subscribers And others to advertise Well enlarge the dear old HUKAIU And resume the eight pago size Now nil who have not yet subscribed And who the news would hear Can have this bright and newsy sheet AT FIFTY CENTS A YEAR UNDUR the proper leading this week will bo found the Announcement of Hon Thos Y Fitzpatrick who is A candidate for reelection to congress from this dis trict That Mr Fitzpatrick has done nil tvlthii his power for his people is patent to all who will consider the claims and the pensions ho has secured hand capped by an overwhelming Republican 4 majority it were impossible for him to luvo dono more Space however this prelenlaliourweek In tho meantime remember that tko time honored custom baa been to grant a second terra by way of endorsement and carefully consider his claims Tint dogs of war are ready in both the United States and Spain to be turned loose And it appears from tho last dispatches that both are in A fightinghu nor Mr McKinley alono is standing iin s the way When ho takes his hand from off tho collar of II Undo Sams fighters unless Spain makes quick trucks for her native toil vcngence for tho death of our Maine sailors and the starving Cubans will bo quick swift And awful War iis ft 0 awful expedient but it is at hand h and may tho good lArd have mercy up on tbe power that has driven us to it THE passage of the EnlooGocbill bill teems to have knocked tho wind out of the sails of all the gubernatorial candidates i Indeed they seem to be becalmed t in a dead sea What can the matter be1 e Tits United States has said that the Spanish war fleet consisting of 12 vessels i l1owonl18 way across tho ocean shall y Mt eater Cuban waters If necessary i 1otadshell thai keep them back r t I f t t Xv rt iviti j Ii1r c 1 I 1v 0 1J rk L I tk OO THE following card so lhorough- lcoverartbeattezthnt two can say but little However we think it will proyo the matter stroke for Mr Stamper in years to come and when ho again offers for anything it will help him on the way It is A manly card I take this method of informing my friends in the Tenth Congressional district that I am no longer a candidate for the Democratic nomination for congress in tin coming contest While I was a prospective candidate I received many flattering letters of proffered friendship and support from the most prominent and Influential Demo crate of the district j talked loco to face with a great many of the untcrritkd nod uncompromising heroes of Democracy who have borne the brunt of political battle andI whose voices have often been heard and as often heeded in the councils of our ports 1with the very gratifying result of the assur ance of their support had n number of complimentary thugs said about me by tine Democratic press of the district and for all these tokens of esteem and friendship I am opportulIlLpresent requite A number of untoward circumstances have conspired to bridle my ambition at the present to engage in a friendly whirl with the boys for the high honor of the Demo cratio nomination for congress In the district anti the still higher honor of representing it in the Fiftyseventh congrm of the United States which will be lima pleasant fate of him who secures the Democratic iinminn tlon There are a number of estimable gentlemen aspiring to the place any one of whom would make us an excellent congress moan Trusting that all the candidates for this place may demean themselves during tine canvass as become Democrats and that time nominee may be a man of spotless char acter and splendid ability who will stand firmlyflUI tine Chicago platform I remain yours for Democratic success A How A 111 STAMIM- ICampton Ky March 8 1S98 AT A meeting of tho Democratic com mitten of tho Tenth Congressional dis trict held nt West Liberty March 2S 1598 it was resolved that mass conven tions be held in the several precincts of tho respective counties on Thursday Juno Irt which shall name delegates to county conventions to bo held Juno IS where in turn delegates shall be selected to time general convention at West Liber ty Thursday Tulle 15 Full proceeding next week Tin board of inquiry unto tint destruc tion of the battle ship Maine hag at lust reported They dctermiuo that it wits from an external cause siipposid to Imo been a floating mine After the ex lesion from tho outside two of the Maines magazines exploded also There is little doubt that there wcro mines lo crated in tho Havana harbor anti the Maine by Spanish authorityt was an chored over one of them Hon T Y Fitzpatrick In the proper place in this paper will ho found tho announcement of Hon Thos Y Fitzpatrick of Floyd county as a candidate for ro election to congress from this district untying always been a loyAl Democrat Mr Fitzpatrickof course submits his claims to tho action of his party Mr Fitzpatrick is serving his first term in Congress and claims that he should be given tho usual endorsement of A rcnominntion which iis almost always accorded member of Congress who has faithfully performed tho duties of the position Ho will not leave his seat luring this crisis in his countrys history but will remain at his post of duty depending on his friends in the district to look after interestsMrFitzpntrick has accomplished about as much as most men do during their first term in congress he has been regu mar in his Attendance at the sessions of tho house and committee meetings and has used every endeavor to procure leg station that would be advantageous to the people of his district- A man of commanding presence and rnrldlyIand that he will be a factor in the race for tho nomination all agree If noml natcd there is no doubt of ills election AS ho demonstrated in 1896 that he was a pretty fleet footed colt in any kindof going when ho left John Langley so far in the rear Mr Fitzpatrick asks the Democrats of tho district to give his claims fair con sideration Mt Sterling Sentinel Detuo erat On tho morning of Feb UO 1S95 IfI was sick with rheumatism and lay in bed until May 21st when I got A tattle of Chamberlains Pain Balm Time first np plication of it relieved me almost entire ly from the pain and the second afforded complete relief In A short time I was TIMorcallxI I I t YJ 7 A Former Citizen o Lacy Greek WILMKII TEXAS March 22 t Mr Cooper Dear 6ir O T Little of this place wants to rend the dear old HERALD for a year for which you will find enclosed 50 cents in stumps if they dont evaporate Mr Little is a merchant at Wilmer and n native of Wolfe county Ky but has been in Texas for the last 20 years bettertthan any paper hut said that he would liko for you to stretch it a little Weather nice and warm Wheat mill oats look fine Some winter oats headed out and spring oats about six inches high Corn is from 1 to 0 inches high Peaches pears plums c are fine and onions radishes lettuce etc is large enough to cat Everythingis lovely in time south Hut MclCiuley prosperity hasnt showed up yet unless J cent cot ton isit Time Republican party is down in the mouth here There were some hero who woro McKinley badges of pros perity during the campaign and they are still wearing them Hut they have taken them off the lapel of their coats and now wear them on the seat of their trousers Hurrah for W J Bryan and free silver at 16 to 1 Success to tho railroad in Wolfb county With best wishes to Tin HIIIAU and iits many renders Respectfully T A FALLEN Beautiful Sea Shells Every one admires them Sinco com iing south I Mare received numerous iinquiries from northern people for seashells and now I am prepared to answer yes f can send you shells for I have J mnde quite n collection of lovely shells both from our own coast the coral reefs anti Home beautiful ones from the West 1 India Islands I will mail a dozen no two alike to any ono who sends a stamp for postage Yours lie Mss F A WAUXKU Jacksonville Fla W Sound Lungs arc kept sound and weak lungs arc made strong by DR BELLS PINir TAR HoNEVn scientific remedy of the most wonderful efficacy in nil lung affections- A ycnrnco I hill a long spoil of fever that Sittlw In my lunge am caiiMtl a ee verp cough My physlcluni thought I PmnTAaand mason rutonJ me to health UKO A ALLEN Oar Spring Ky DR BEL- LSPINETAR HONEY fa certain specific for coughs colds sore throat bronchitis nsth mn whooping cough amid croup alldruggtataX X BlkwU4 aul Cfc naval ar Spring Term of Hazel Green Academy HAZEL GRKKK KY March 1 18J8 Let mo call your attention to our Spring work for teachers On Monday March 28th we be gin n term of eleven weeks in which we will give to those preparing to teach a thorough review of the Pub lic School Course with Lectures on Psychology and onII Theory and I I Practice We will make n specialty of pro I paring persons for the Examina lion of Applicants for Certificates to Tench If you want a better grade certificate come here if you want to bo better prepared to teach come here You may join our regular classes in addition to the Review Work rue cost is for board 1200 per week tuition 500 for tho term matriculation tl00 Payment in full in advance will bu discounted 5 per cent- Remember this is n part of the work wo do every year It is not to yonipays tuition in Typewriting and Shorthand for Duringthisof Shorthand may be mastered east lly mid then the student can pursue instruction UespcctfullI H CORD Green Academy Great Clothin AND ill Overcoat Sale I COMMENCED SATURDAY NOVEMBER 20 AT Louis and Gus Straus LEXINGTON KY aJ 140 hens fine Satinette Overcoats at 124 other dealers I price 4I309 Mens Long Ulsters at 5 other dealers price 20 405 Cassimcrc Suits at 100 other dealers price 450 1 350 Mens Cassimcrc Suits at 5 other dealers price 750 250 pairs of Boys Corduroy Pants at 38 cents other deal ers price 75 cents 750 of otherdenIersEMI9 Departing1 t is Omflowii ffllH BargainsSl- ze I Wo BlackSocls12hcAdealers price 50c 300 Boys Gum Coats at 140 other dealers price 250 Louis Gus StrausLEADING CLOTHIERS J = A klOSE DAVISOPHACTICALo BLACKSMITHS AND WAGON MAKERS HAZEL GREEN KENTUCIZYfHIE MAKE A SPECIALTY OF BUILDING FARM and ROAD WAGONS J use tho Host Materialand pricesandmo your order Patronize Homo People get only Honest Work timid be Happy IX B W WEemployandyoure deniWW f JfJoaao aa aa oco- LSJYf7 1 17tJr7Fe1Try VfV 7y7 LTil it LAiM l1 Wlgj Yr 1tiJ5 z6 1r L THE BLUE GRASS NURSERIESOF- FER EVERYTHING FOR ORCHARD GARDEN LAWN NO AGESTSI i Strawberry and General Nursery Catalogues on application to H F HILLENMEYER Lexington Ky i IInnI I BOOKKEEPING SHORTHAND TELEGRAPHY RESTORED MANHOOD DRt Itgnf 110118 PILLSThuthe protl1lUon and all nplOU dlcaWlIenll1IUo organs or either f rortIllnaeumplionnoJlnantty fIe of Tobareo or Orlum wbleblend I With uvery55order wa cIveft wrlttengoI h dtwrorttooLEO CI A BUSINESSEDUCATION woml1whobeing conceded It Is of the first importance lo get our trnlnll1l ot the school ranktheBRYANT louisYilleI Ky I IWrIteI 31thepublicationMEGKIMINK CO South Bend Indiana 4- lj r r Biliousnessr pus edly tlrllltllln inSHoodsa IIIfI I SIns stimulate the liver dizziness contherwj h etc Scents Sold by all druuplsLs KSy rills to take with Hoods Narsa- parIlaqq4EHEPAId 000rO190lfNcAL Miss Lane Taulbco was a pleasant caller at this office Friday George Rice is attending circuit court at West Liberty this week as a witness Boone McGuire ot Bonny in among t the new subscribers to report this week ttSheriffj Combs of Campton WRJ a guest of the Day House one day this r week f Dr Kash iis attending Mrs Nelson r Nickell near town who has typhoid iL fever f Den Murphy had tho misfortune to lose a very fine yearling steer by death Sunday Misses Maud Tmlhee mill Mollic Onoy paid Tin HntAU a pleasant business call yesterday f Bob Dickon iis repairing the plastering V of the Christian church which will soon I be kalBominedt p David Linden of Lee City brought l his son Elvin down yesterday to have fhls eyes treated by Dr Knsh Dr Tsitilbco and Nickell report IL F if Pieratt Willio Pieratt Warren Farr land tho other sick of town as improving Frank Johnson of Lucy creek nccnm panied by his little sit called Tuesday ind renewed for the dear old IHliUAin II Unless you are paid up by next f issue April i your name will not it be written there or printed either to James IL Swango who has been visit tag relatives and friends here for several Weeks left Tuesday for leis homo in Memphis Penn B L Neville dentist will be in hazel Green on Monday April 1 and remain six days Ho is prepared to do all kinds of dental work sit reasonable prices Wes Taulbee who is now enjoying M days furlough from his command at Fort Thomas Newport called Thursday and subscribed for the lI dear old HKII ttALl Thfi price of paper has advanced in 30 days nearly 50 per cent and if you- Want the dear old HKKAM at present price you had better subscribe or renew it once For Rent To a good tenant the J i adjoiningInGreen A splendidly located i pnriFridaytbought bcnuIt1100 I priccIt wand his better J for two bunches of Jce crisp pie plant for pies over which Litbe editorial lipa have smacked with t puck enjoyment Dctl lawJackFridaytrDIDIr wasquitelearnjustyearsoldo July last f Bloodand nmc1 I closelnmtpamillaandttou havo no nervousness PlUsalddigesstlou1ml ml1reemttcunsti1ratioi ElderS OtvingsvillewillI andRillCh thcrlstlaoI tet atmfa au t two He haswarm years ago a IDdce in the hearts of our people Ife cnolV much interest will be man slsdeTnge in the mee4ing Let allso plan f tIClr worknnd business as l JtleEld llbe present at every service ff Under Is in tho midst 3rt i lY + rr r fr a OUR COnREsrONDENTS S They Arc StnrrIallMayThe unwed of correspondents Shall grace these tender rhymcsf CnutlTgoOf bOI1tToweekhNow SiiiXKR wields e a shining lfen I tell you tis n foe He sends UN news from Tolivcr Or else lies off the track stubWithHe seldom writes but when he does You bet he Just gets there And weekly does the Trroij toot Of Lee Citys Intet dots About the railroad coming there- On him there are no spots CamptonAsJust slings more ink than all the rest As you may plainly see In farawayOmega limit bridgeOM ThereVOu lUcmaoit too who writes To us a newsy letter But I expect to Indies fair He gets up something better Amid the holly clustered there I HOWKNA a mountain belle Weekly writes Lanes latest news With beautys pen so well I know that all delight to take The pleasure that it brings To read the letters fxo writes This queen of Swango Springs From Consolation often comes A very pleasant story Written byone surnamed Tin DrAKK A duck cheek full of glory Now SrniwiUJit of the Jambs district On letters aint so slaw He sends theta in quite regular And nice ones too by Jo FlorrM writes in firstrntu styleI On j5fNsinvu are no tiles Their correspondence ever greets With joy time renders eyes Theres TOMMY IIMI CIT JlXKs Who write n manner horn Hutt liiirk Metliinks 1 gladly hear TUB HKIIAIUS dinner horn SAM Viisox Stop the ninchinc to eat why man youre an awful cheat i but biscuit and cold bonus to you tenth more charms than dollars new well but whats time ute to chat we may as well let her go nt that I desire to attest to tho merits of Cham bcrlains Cough Remedy as one of the most valuable nnd efficient preparations Oil the market It broke an exceedingly dangerous cough for me in 21 hours multi in gratitude therefor I desire to inform you that I will never be without it mill you should feel proud of the high esteem in which your Remedies lire held by peo ple in general It is the one remedy among ten thousand Success to ItO IL Downey Editor Democrat Albion Ind For sale by T T Day hazel Green The services at the Presbyterian church during the past week conducted by Rev Chas Farnesworth havo grown in interest and attendance and have been both edifying and inspiring Ho has de 1 livered some very striking discourses and has shown himself to be in very close fellowship with his Master He- Wnllin the pastor has been untiring in his efforts to make the meeting a success and the other pastors of tho town have been present at many of the services nnd lent their assistance Tho meeting closes tonight On Friday evening tho 8lh of April eight young men of the H H anti U D societies of time hazel Green academy will discuss the question There should be government ownership and control of railway and steamboat lines ando tele graph and telephone lines This is an important question and you should hear it discussed The store of W T Ouskey was bur glarized Friday night but two barlow knives and pine pennies were the only articles missing Entrance was effected by breaking through a front window and the cash drawer was pried open with nn axe The money however except tho nine pennies had been removed How long have you been coughing n day n week n month n year Dr liens Tine Tar Honey will cure that cough There can de no doubt of it because t has cured many others equally severe Every one should investigate the merits of this great remedy Regular preaching services at the 31 E church south next Sunday morning at 11 oclock also at night Everybody invited I I THE HERALD will be clubbed with I tho following papers at the price named llRKAU and Detroit Free Press 00hLouisville Dispatch 15IfNow Jork Tribune qoII Enquirer weekly t 1 00 I CourierJournal twice 00IILouisville Post daily 2 50 Mrs John Cecil called Monday morn ing and subscribed for theII dear old IlKUAiii She said she and John had just gonoto housekeeping and couldnt think of embarking upon such an undertaking without time pleasure its weekly visits would afford them Railroad EngineerTes- tifies to Benefit Received From Dr Miles Remedies HEUn is no more responsible position Ton earth than that of a railroad engin eel On his steady nerves clear brain lirlsht eye amid perfect self command de pend time safety of time train and the lives of Its passengers Dr Mlles Nervine and other remedies are especially adapted to keeping tho nerves steady tho brain clear and tho mental faculties unimpaired Engineer V W McCoy formerly of 1333 Uroadway Council Bluffs but now residing atMll HumboliUt Denver writes thfct ho ufTcrcd for years trum con tlrutlon cans Ing stet n rvou and bilious headaches and was fully restored to health by Ur Mlles Nurvo f Iiver 1llls 1 heartily recommend WlRfBflDrsold all drug HS r pfliSlatsJunantec tlrt btttlc madie 41 ROEorOCUUlled1 loalthtoa tsoftho heart aid i t rrnecviv free Au in s 11f1 1U MIIIM MilItALCO Clkhart Ind THE GREATEST BOOK OF THE AGE Should be In Every Home and Library Tfje Peoples Bible HistOID- II written br Might Hon WlllUm Xwart lUcMona Kilmmler of Treat HrllUn and Ireland VbmUr tnalIh mln rChlc io IIIlter1raderloWFarrr10- FIttl If nntorhury nltbiirr Eng i Item lilmer ll npan1lTuftadollage tlomenllma lor114r Frank W Ounnanlun 11 Armour InktUute uleago116m Imes O 0111 t1ent coat 111Marrlo tune lrabrterman Church LondonlInllII It H MucArthur II 0 CAinrj JUptlit 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order Special intention given to repairing nod tatixlnvtion guaranteed jjKETVihop at Old llacki t Store KeselWINCIIESTEB e r KY Bank f N H WITilBRSPOON President ItD HUNTEK Cashier Paid up Capital 20000000 Surplus 6000000T- his Bank solicits the accounts of mer chants farmers traders nnd business men generally throughout Eastern Kentucky and offers Its cmistomers every facility and the most liberal terms within the limit of egitimate banking octlSly TRADERS DEPOSIT BANK 31T STERLING KY e CAPITAL 200000 I SURPLUS 30000 o J M niGRTAFF President G L KlUKPATItICK Vice President W W THOMSON Cashier oWe respectfully solicit the bninr i ofmer mengeneralgeneral banking builness done Give us s chance to send you a bank book imr you checks and loan you money when In need W W THOMPHOX CAshIer G EnvelopeETtJae nil s lie prlateit At IIEHALO outer x n tK I 1 fOI8l0IUIW80RSB I hate been confined to my room and is I IM still unablo to look after my business I DO HOPE that every mi without further appeal will call on H C QUICK BALL at my store AND PLY hit account at once- I mUll have some money in or der to meet my obligations and make this last appeal before plac ing your accounts in the hands of an Attorney for collection You will not ignoro this appeal if you have a symaathizinq soul Respectfully H F PIERATT w E RUSSELL BROTHERSt MILLERS AND SAWYERStttta I Eoverlumuled and thoroughlyI repaired tho machinery I MILLI at Huxel Green wo aro now pre jI II Illllre to attend to tho wanlu of tho public in ALL MILL MAT TENS mid will guarantee mitUfitclinn III nil discs Grind days I TUESDAYS FRIDAYS and SATURDAYS Toll OneEighth iI r Building Material of All Kinds We mire also prepared to du custom yawing at ri8fur I1000 t or on the hnl1I1It we can on short notice furnlidi FLOOR III I Ifeet CEILING WEATHICRHOARDING SHEETING mid = kinds of Building Material in wood at time LOWEST PRICE you want to save money give UH a call Our EI i Ii1Vhen fI I MILLIJ0 in charge of it wo have made AS GOOD FLOUR AS CAN BE 4I 1llODUCKD IN ANY PART OF TIlE STATE from the same 3quality of wheat white and sweet Hring UH good wheat and F tofindIi= OUR WATER HILL 45At Red River w preParedI I Bundyexr1I s THE CHEAT NATIONALSt FAMILYNEWSPAPER ttoJ FABII1B x RUe VILLAGI1BS AND YOUR FAVORITE HOME PAPER pay THE ITATiRL iGREEN i HCBiLD BOTH 0KJH YEAR FOR O2fXiT 111 4 L Send till orders to THE HERALfaTH-E tNIY TRIBUNE ALMANAC 840 PAGES jhtionai Book of refer InformationContain ft r frorkf fiJIIllmCIIJtrNavy with their salaries Tahiti or Public Strtistlcd Election BeturnsPartyPlalferMs t i and Committee complete articles on the CurrencYfGoltllllld Silver and a vast aasew11ta i of other valuable InforruatiC Time tan ltuthorltat4Rdeepiste corresponding In rank with Wimittakers Almanac In J IiPRJOESio1J I 4- i r9iJCr I1 1 TIE IiAlTO OF FLOWED i V From Which Coma tho Perfamo ot Old fw Ffleadahlp for Future Fortune fx LAKE CITY FI A March 21 Dear Friend Unclosed you will find1 tho phiz of your old Irish devil rJwho deviled you in the days gone by and who from his borne in the land of perpetual summer wafts to you oni I breezes laclcj with the perfume of springtime t t best wishes for good fortune to youi and yours The dreamy days of summer are withi ua now the gardens are nil abloom and mother nature has put on a new spring dress of green in honor of the patron saint of the sons of 1 Ould Erin Can didates are also ripe and here ns i Kentucky every other man you meet is dodging to escape the office that is seek ing the man taken cum grano Hulis The martial spirit has also struck us and the old colonels nro tolling us kidsI how they fought in Glf but theyre peaceful now However if Uncle Sar 4 4needs men to uphold the dignity of the nation mid tho honor of old glory the men who followed the 1 stars and bars in the lato unpleasantness are ready to march and would ask nothing butte- than to servo their country in Cub under tho leadership of Lee Tho old1 sectional feeling has been obliterated and none more loyal today to the stars and stripes than tho Johnny Robcal bo found in the union And they can fight will Tight and to tho inspiring strains of Dixie and Yankee Doodlo with Johnnie anti Yank marching shoulder to shoulder Uncle Sum can lick tho combined armies of tho world- I hopn Melvinlcys backbone will stand the strain mid that he will prove hhnlsel- a truo American by accepting nothing less from bpain than the freedom of Cuba for our slaughtered sailors and marines Jf wo cannot have pence with honor lot us have war I noticed that a bill haul been introduced in tho United States senate to give the widow of tho negro postmaster who was murdered iin Lakti City S C 110 000 and it has sot mo to figuring Ifa negro postmaster iis worth 10000 dead how much in a livo ono worth And if the government can pay 10000 for n South Carolina nogro how ninth ought we demand of Spain fur tho murder of our liGO sailors and marine Tho o in terested might get an idea by remember ing that during Omuls administration wo accepted 80000 as indemnity from Sprit on account of this Virginins aflair AndI speaking of that rake City n11 mir it occurs to mo that McKinley is rwpon liblc fur tlio death of time nigjrtr =1111 thI jrn white non will never permit negro I uipromucy in Dixie again They taut a j t jiifliciciioyniicv that will last them a lift time If McKinley wants to appoint ncgrooV o positions an postmasters ho shows I oor judgment by hooding then placeforcountry fur negro postmaster I compliment you on tho position you took on tho Guibel bill Tho bill 5 is 1 onpringi 1 illegitimate niHilI do not think it will boflcknowledged by two Democrats 1 aov heartily against anything that re fitrlctn tho liberty and freedom of out lueophnud while T think tho election law of Kentucky could be improved on- E do not think this Ooebel bill an im provement by any menus I think Ken tucky should go back to time good old way of an open ballot Under thoI Australian system a man will talk one way and vote another i can profess De mocracy and vote the Republican ticket r nUll yico versa A man who has not tho courage to rote his sentiments ought to 10 disfranchised for being a hypocrite null the Australian ballot system hasnt made anything but Republicans and hypocrites since it came into vogue In Kentucky XBCO where little Willie Schooler say hoe A journalist Thats tough of Dana Grceloy Patterson and tho rest o tho gang aint it You mill I and tho t4 rest or the country editors are sntis0e- to remain ordinary scribblers taking reel cornwood and sorghum on sub crlptlon But HillyI he always di aapire high Ho says ho has travels- from the rock ribbed coast of Maine to e Californias golden shoresfrom the ice bound shores of Michigan to Floridas golden strand Say dont you suppose he just dreamed that ho traveled ant tnjitook the French Broad river for the T Pacific and dabbled his fcot in the raging 7 waters of Triplett and imagined he was storm tossed marinor on an angry sea Wtofr hoot swooped down upon A8- hUsfOoft 4 IIBa aanburat of story and a jM r iriBdHiftdown brogaw after a ftOBftMtofw trip over uneven croaajtie r tr C rii- + 1 c and took a job forwanlzing a kid and a O Wash press fa a jim crow print shop it was then that ideas of greatness permeated his think tank and caused it to slop over a job lot of fame Billy imagines that Morehoad is the universe i and that he is the guiding star i and per haps tees I dont know Far off cows have long horns and viewing friend Schooler from a distance of n thousand miles and paraphrasing the old saw quot ed to mean that a jackass is known by its bray I naturally conclude that Schooler as viewed from this distance and from my standpoint is entitled to the jackass penant So moto it be Well I weary myself and know also that you are afflicted ere this with that evennI hope some day to wander back to old Kentuck but until that time you can gamble your devil against Schoolers gall that yours truly will take care of himself even if war breaks out and he has to make a target of himself for the benable to dodge the conscription officer and go forth to cat hard tack for my countrysee that my memory is kept green by referring to me as colonel in prettyrfortWhen the hulls bugiu to vocalize Around the pnsturu gate The Easy Club khoufd organize And the liar dig his huh With regards to Mrs Cooper Warren and old friends I remain Your Irish friend ClIAS OCOXXIJU Nelsons Hawaiian Hair Elixor lelllXdsolls1 i mouths sail can truthfully say that the j i otherfsale of it is pillnominal We have soldl j I i hair preparations combined our sales amounting tto over GOO bottles icrIother drug stores in the city bundling it at tho same time Vo consider it by far tho best hair preparation on the market Respectfully i W1IiUS Dur VoILexington Ky I Lei Gordon Company East Main Street Lexington Ky 1 My hair commenced two years ago tilli fallout mind 1 was nearly bald After uing Itt Nelsons Hair Kcstoraliyo it hasIproduced a new suit of hair and hats stopped it from falling out I used two buttle and Ifind that it will do all that ho claims for it j Oct l1SUD L U Gouimv Spencer Cooper Agent for Hreathitt Magoilin Morgan Munefee and Wolfe counties 1 per huullIu It Wont to Salons Nebraska IIEllilllri 1 1 Ihmr tiirdsuit yon fiO coats nenr the last of lanuiuy for sue years Niiliscription I to your paper mill Imvcnt yet received IIJ copy Tho reason why I ilont know Please look on your honk and see if you have my t inline and try to determine if possible IhcI reason why 1 Inivo not received toy paper Yours truly J M1 Wtllmrlm j An examination our mailing list this closes tho faet that your subscription started Feb 3 but hMome mistako our smiling clerk addressed it to Salem Ne 1IthiMarch and the address to Salem O T We are sorry of tho mistake but ho put nearly 100 new nines on that week all of which wore put in type and ncccsii tatcd time changing of postollkes on some t 10 galleys and we hope you will excuse him Shell come tO Know It is or should be tho highest aim of I every merchant to please his customers and that the wide awake drug firm of Meyers A Kshleman Sterling III isdo1l ing so is proven by the following from I Mr Kslilemiin In my sixteen years ex i nOIorgave Inns Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea Rem edy Sold by TI1ay Hazel Green theHaveor north anywhere in fact who for pleasoapostotlicefaddress and wo will solid them A FREE SAMPLE COPY of Tun HKUAID that I dtwill bo to them like a letter from home Send us names of iLL whose postollice I appreciatedI ord1000 i nfl 10000 and will bo glad to do so Send us some names this week If YOU happen to be one of those who owe this office PLEASE come iu ndpay us what they owo we can mako tho paper a great deal better and not bo worried to death over too debts wo owe Como in today and pay up i dont delay it tf NERwEmustboiodonpurorlch best servo tonic By enriching tho blood itmakes tho nerves STRONG M Paid to March 31 2000 JoiiJfBXQWX Mo March 23 Mr Spencer Cooper Please find enclosed postofflce order for one dollar for which please send mo TUE HERALD Mns Wat L KASII To Cure a Cold IB One Day Take Laxative Bromo Quinine Tablets All druggists refund money if it fails to sure 25c If you are a true friend of the dear soiconsideredand help us to get the 1000 new sub scribers which we want added to our list within the next thirty day Go tell your neighbor the good news and induce him to subscribe Tell your friends everywhere and get them to take the paper at FIFfY CENTS A YEAR HOW TO FIND OUT Filln bottle or common glass with urine and let it stand twentytour hours a sediment or settling indicates a dis eased condition of tho kidneys When urine stains linen it is positive evidence of kidney trouble Too frequent desire to urinate or pain in the back iill also convincing proof that the kidneys and bladder are out of order WHAT TO DO There is comfort in the knowledge so often expressed that Dr Kilmers Swamp Runt the great kidney remedy fulfills I every wish in relieving pain in the back I kidneys liver bladder and every part of i time urinary pas + agas It corrects ina bility to hold urine and scalding pain in l passing it or bad eflects following use of j I liquor wine or beer and overcomes that unpleasant necessity of being compelled I to get up many tinges during the night to urinate The mild and the extraor dinary effect of Swamp Root is soon realized It stands tho highest for its wonderful cures of the most distressing I cases If you needn medicine you drugI You may have a sample bottle and pam phlet both sent free by mail upon the receipt of three 2ccnt stamps to cover cot of postage on tho bottle Mention THK HAZKL G mrs HERALD and south Billlhamptonpaper guarantees the genuineness of this ollbr 1 cat before the late November elcal lion tome one took from my horse a pair of fair leather saddle bags hroughn frioiid I have located them and if they re returned whew I can got them that wilt he the end 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trtliul cin Ilm m l lor mall l jr mndintr forty rl htrcnti trtxTADII 1ib44 rQtl teo cd s2 1lo i 0 onm YOU NEED A DAILY iNEWSPAPER IIIT ONLY COSTS 4Ii I t To read every day IIn the year Ui i 1 iI t rrf r rff- ll r Tlic Pout ha the fjj i S St t I GENTS It WEEK lrIlicveniiig post tlvenlnj Cf1t BflStI IStateII Frankfort News- VJttshingtoaJ Newstt Short Stories Womens Pave- Chlldrns M Page ffl RATESBy Only tII i 12 Mnntlis 200 i6 M nth4 151 3 Months 100 i I 1 t Month 50r 1TlI +t On Application If i iI r r 1 ri b roEYER WIUEsIfl1OEJ1 IMIDUTIllS AND JOIIIICKS 01 FURNISHING GOODS HOSIERY Underwear White Goods 1 NOTIONS FANCY DRY GOODS 225227 Race St SnmM IL M IJ WI- AIlwlll 11 CINCINNATIint pOLTIX 1ati- ltATTORNEYntLAW HAZEL GREEN KY Will practice in the courts Wolfe and time adjoininj counties and attend promptly to all collections entrusted to him J A mlTLBEE J D Physician and Surgeon HAZEL GREEN KY L TSurRervaml obstetrics n specialty MtID V4 IDIUDI h It JID A positive nnd permanent cure for MK OKiM linlfHeutl ache orHeluillcheHeadache Cured Free by sample mailed you if this mentioned Themore promptly headaches are willbealltlruggist8 The JIOUTHJ ar to 1A1 D r1 rr do can n Mle ttuiiilr t rirtiinO t 1 Mall A of paper is i FOR WATCHES IGOOD ONES 35OIat 600i ytNl 111I IAnd Watch Repairing I I GO TO FRED J HEINTZ 13r K lain j 1ExrsreTos Ky C IS0111e Plain Facts Grave errors injustice wrongs of greater or less degree arise from lack I of knowledge of the truth and more frequently from deception The most infamous case on record of deception and injustice is the at tempt to demonetize silver as a money of final redemption in the United StatesThere is no learned judge skilled lawyer or court of justice that is capable of reconciling the effort with the constitutional laws that govern the issue of money in this country The people have been deceived officials in power chosen to administer justice under the laws have ignored their sworn duty and given aid to the scheme that has paralyzed industry reduced propertyvalues onehalf and beggared millionsI There is no authority of law either specific or by inference bywhich gold alone is made the onlymoneY with which to discharge debts either public or private The effort to 1 make it so is unconstitutional and a ji national calamity Plain and ample information facts and truth concerning this almost sub cessful scheme to corner the wed of the people is now being printcii in the Cincinnati Enquirer a nef paper which the combined power 9 money has failed to muzzle pr buy 4 The Weekly Enquirer is only7 a JjEnquirer il