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Digital page images are linked to the text file. 4a l- t J s j Wh tHE I1AZEL GREENHERALjEetabllehed March 4 1885 Mado Famous in tho Story vt Jonathan noel Ills Continent by Max ORoll u PEXCKU oniier iinil COOPKIlf- e rgTheOldest Most Popular Most nMx t+ A YKAK 1 Widely Circulated and Most Quoted Paper ln the Kentucky Mountainse0art AUVANCK fFOUBTKKXTU YEAR HAZEL GREEN WOLFtf 10Ir GENERAL NEWS t r Aruubmnrino rninea hnvo been r I I snored from Xcw York harbor gUGHT snowfall occurred at Kimbal1 linear the Wyoming line on Sun ffdar V PORK in all the navy yards is continI j sul rigorously notwithstanding peace prospects v TllKCXpenditureH on account of tho tsar up jo thoeiul of JulyI has been about 00000000 TIn Eskimos inland from Point HtT jfoAlnska nfl starving and going tto tbe coast for food titpjlji Fitt tcn iiiui 1111111 in tM uiuu Lions nro petitioning tlio President to re I tale the Philippines rKKMANENT organization of tilt CuI r banAmerican League was ellccted in New York last Sunday DlRlNti a recent hail storm at Chiea tq window glass stud skylights wort I 1 1150000 woro smashed TilE coinage of thtmintsofthoInitc I I Elates during July aggregated ii1 t0 7 d- of 1 f which uS53000 was gold Au immigrants from Hawaii nro to bo treatedias aliens until further logis Ution Is enacted by Congress SlAUTlN TIIOHX tho murderer of William Ciuldensuppo was electrocuted jp tho prison at Sing Sing N Y Tin United Statcrt requested Kngland to join in dissuading Italy from bon barding the City of Cartagena Colom bia TitlKTY million bushels of coal iis loaded on barges at Pittsburg In wait log high water to dent down the OhioI river Tin Queen of Denmark mother n tho Princess of Wales is seriously ill Tho Princess baa been summoned to Co penhagen Tin United States cymmissioncru who arc to prepare a code of laws for I lawaii wiled fur Honolulu from San Francisco August 10- llVTiir bravery of Hugh McCiitcheon an iusiilo foreman forty men dyer savedj front death in a burning mine near Scranten Pa FOUR thousand men tire scatteredI lon Stewart liver Alaska waiting the opening of the season to begin gold min ing operations KxPnxvrou Warner Miller is now confident thnt the Nicaragua Canal willI w built owned mod operated bv the United Slates d t1journey1 futhenrriyeninI says I Is Jilcntifnl in Havana and busiiuwH iis going on as usual SlANisii otllcers surrendered Santi ago will bo allowed to tako their wiye anti children back to Spain at tho ex pense of tho United States NKAU Circle City Klondyke July 1 1 men who wero trying to trace a coalI vein r oytbeforeo IT M reported at Yokohama that IIin- 4aii agreed to pay Japan1 2ou000 tor oJaPancaceutigrnmityfrum JIIHrirnllConNul I lointheacquaintance SlantCAiIFOfIt tnkinadrnuingeg toI drive their sheep into tho military res witcauaoI p hoalsSOareplnfsulyecers AnilrieartrarshipsdutyAnJT dircctinroft i noordersotdiemvetOnetrunsportnthen docknt Tin battleship Texas is in tho dry bierbottombnrundesotnenUIIsadother necessary repairs ireI fAjIllNIJTON dispatch nays that n ncoaferencoda o rJ time necessary occupation of the urconqurged territory would involvo anstaytheRrockeigo Tu Spanish viirBiiiis in iuini brokot11nneT can not poaslbly he IIlIvodI acd ril Toresa iis in very good IIhnp- oliij t o wreckers expect to soon ableoa 1 r Into 8untingo barbor- be srtK d r t4p WOLFE COUNTY NapaechillIren Hrother H II Little has beets sufTor rhouuntiaraJas M Ely is on Qulcksnmf this week anticIJlntc81110vlnl MMAU Post of this place and LIIO Calhmin of Paxton nro ylMting iiihnulhfttseveral dose Mrs R M Haddlx wohl1ohlJttcr are stinking preparations to perform an operation on her fromthe toIlocality years HolhIIinformedHuttsun soon and that his father will movo tram IHolly creek to hiSOIlH farm at this place Aug 0 UNCII It oils LooUlty Lilacs lleylnn Davis and wife recto with us Monday Eli Patrick of Magollin county was in town Monday Horn On tho lith lust to the wife of Charlie lKhun n boy M1 lJo McPhcrMon moved this morning to McCatisey Station fnI N Wolls mado a Hying trip to Maytown Saturday on business firofycHcnry and Lee hose of M5o Morgan county wore hero Monday on business Kelly Nickoll our cflieient teacher of District Vo Jlfi issuHering very snitch with a fel Ion on lily thumb Dr Carroll reports tho following on 111oglll1l11 11r1 Hampton agent for the Mary villa Woollen Mills was hero Monday delivering goods to his many customers jlarmon Swango mod daughter Miss Mollie of Swango Springs were the guests of 1 Dr Carroll and faultily Sun dllIRev Dunnigau hay moved into our midst mind occupies tho Charlie Patrick property which ho purchased consider ation unknown IMlOii the Olio inMt infant child of 1dI r mind Mrs1 Chariest Klam The rIll111 luc woro interred Sunday at the Frank Koso burying ground Aug S SAUHI- JSwanuo Sprliifls Sayings Marry Perkins wason this side of the ridge Sunday Aunt Nancy Swango iis at the bedside of her Mister at Ktul thus week MM1 A H Swango Iis snHering thin week with a very bad ease of sore eyes Misses Carrie ami Kiln Swango together with sonic others attended time h meeting at Lacy Creek Sunday Messrs trillion and Foster of loch iiionil Henj Howard of Millorsburg stud Mr tc 11of Jessamine county Ivy are tho guests at tho Springs this week 0 R Dalzcll of Hramblolt Ky came upTuesday after lilt cousin ills Kato JtobortH who has boon at tho Springs for tho past two weeks return fog Wednesday Mrs Harmon Swango who has boon confined to hur bed for sonic time in wo sire glad to say slowly IImproving and wo hope to greet her welcome smiles among UH again soon Your scribe in company with tho President of tho Sundayschool Union ofij this county visited Leo City Sunday for tilt or organizing n SundnvJlUljiuni Iil school at that place 11u were kindly I received timid entertained by sill whom wo Riot but upon going to tho church lI we were surprised to find tho scats east I to one side sold a marble game in full blast in the center of tho church tinyc tOftheir religious duty that wo may in tho smear future of an interesting bah bath school in the church Instead of n marble game is time wish of NOAugMORGAN COUNTY Consolation dial Mr Kemp was in this vicinity Mon day selling chairs W N NickcllH chill is very low and Is not expected to liven D Motley and son Wckctt went to Louisa last week on buslnem e I Misses Ada and Tannic Cecil were tho guests of James Motley Sunday Robert L Molley was visiting reIn liver and friends In Consolation Sunday Your scribe has been sick for the last week and Is not ablo to cat chicken yet ILwo of the bil girls in tho world pall The Drake a visit Sunday in Isis affliction rhlrnM been holding protracted meeting Ocorgo Byrd traded horses with one ertrnOUyrllgain tllIlnithlttTrim Ilrn heal last folItllnlllII Now I lily me down to sleep I pray Ithe Lord this road to keep they dont work thlll roul today nlif mike it hut fur em on the Aug 8 fr TllBDllAKK Maytown Mlsslvcn Robert and ins Volley canto to milll last week Mr Sittl was in our midst Friday in tervitwingI our merchantsI t passedthroughJas Clarko went to Licking last week on business returning Wednesday Miss Alma Swango is contemplating entering the school at Midway soon Frank Thomas of amplest made a flying trip to our town last Saturday School at this place is progressing nicely with a full attendance and better work Mis Iilu IOakly went to Frcncbburg a few days ago IUIIIIIIICO then has been quite sick Tlio heavy sad steady rains continued till Friday last but the lust three days have been rninlryy- Caustdcntblu sickness reported in this neighborhood within tutu pan few days but notiiiugserious Mr Curtain was at llaftol Irecn a fow boilerlI C F ICash mill wifo wero visiting Mrs Cashs father and mother Plrl and Mrs Jordan Wills last Friday Frank Lyon tho insuraneo agent of Iteattyville lisps bewr interviewing thin people of this suction for tho past few days Mesurs Joint Henry J T Murphy Chins Sample and Wash Swango the traders have been quite busy the past week Mrs Hello Mankor came homo from the country last Sunday but returned hone and went to Campion on business Monday lie+ers Kobt Day stud Hud Lacy ac companied Mrs Paulino Lncy to Haol Green one duty lust week to see relatives and friends Mrs tIllIlrllllllll daughter Mrs llosa IIUIjj h1 Samplew iTcar Mcl last Wednesday Mrs fetdvo AIII pics has hell quite sick for some thug pmt Mrs Pauline Laoydaughtor of 1n cia trclt Day who has been visiting her its utcdinto relatives mss friends hero for the past few weeks returned to her homo in Illinois last week Aug 8 M SCIILEY AND SAMPSON Will Doth bo Promoted And No Deserv log Man Will ho Overlooked f A Washington dispatch to the Now York Herald is an follows Full and complete recognition of meri torious stud gallant conduct displayed by American officers and men during tho existing war is to bo given by President McKinleyl That there they bo no just cause for complaint that tho Navy Department bail overlooked mss meritorious cases Secretary Long proposes to appoint a board of ranking naval ofllcors which shall carefully investigate tho numerous ases brought to Its attention mind ro port the officers and nun to bo advanced for heroic services The ofllcors who sire to constitute the Imard havo not yet been selected It is regarded as probable in naval circles that it will consist of xororal blue kdllCorn of tho grades of Hear Admiral and Com modoro and ono representative of the other corps It is not Intended that tho board shell pays upon tho conduct of officers of the grado of flog rank or 4CRIo tainH Tho President stud Secretary Ixng- wffijdo that i From present indications the Frcsi 4 tj f l t t j4 I r dent will promote both Commodore Schley and Acting Hoar Admirall Samp son in tho order named So far during the present war tho only olllccrs whoso work bus been olllclally recognized are Jlear Admiral Dewey and the command bug olllecrs of tho vowels of his fleet A GIGANTIC TASK For the United StatoR Military and Na val Forcos iIt Wo Occupy tho- Plillllpnlnoa An interesting question and ono of vital importanco to tho Administration k tho attitude to bo assumed by the United States toward tho Phllllpplno insurgents In tho event that wo reach an agreement for time suspension of hostili ties with Spain It Iis stipulated in our peaco terms that tho United States mill tary forces shall occupy and establish n military form of government over the city of Manila and the bay with tho sur rounding territory This involves an immcdiato surrender of tho Spanish force not to Aguinaldo but to General Morritt and there is somo apprehension that tho iiiMirgcnlH will ntsont this very bitterly and that it will bo necessary to expel them forcibly from tho territory desired Iteyond this it is sad in BOIIIO quarters that pending tho decision of thu Peace ComminxioneiHI as to tho fu turo of tho PhilipplnoH the United States will bo morally bound to maintain the state quo in tho islands at large In other word having deprived Spain of tho means of resisting tIll onslaughts of tho insurgents it has been urged that the United Stolen would bo bound to prevent lute litter from continuing their warfare Thuro Iis n luck of information in Washington on ninny important point as to the conditions in the Philp pines For instance it isI not known oven approximately how extensive thoI revolutionaryI movement hums been in tho vast group of I lno islands and among tho largo population estimated to aggregate between 8000000 and Ili 000000 If tho revolutionary move ment is general suit extends to many of till islands tho task presented to tho United States military rued naval author ities will be ono of grout magnitude in tho overt that it is decides to be incum hunt upon us not to restore Spanish sat ereignty where It lists been lot but to provost its overthrow in sections whore it is still supreme stud to prevent excess es sad outrages at tutu hand of the in HurgllIt4n HORSr FLESH Is Bolllnu at Otto Dollar Per Pound In Havinn Accounts of the condition of allhlrs Ins Havana Malanni and Cardenas wore giver by piiHsoiigcrH of tho ntcamor Frill tjllr NaiiHon from Sagua says a- New York telegram Sho brought lU refugees most of whom were Spaniards I who had mado sill sorts of nacrlllccM to escape from thin island in anticipation of its becoming controlled by the iiiHiir gents One woman who had readied Sagua by roll from Havana said Thero in plenty of money but of what use in it when it will hardly par j chase anything 1 It is impossiblu to get beef at Pity price mud even horse flush costs 1 n pound Mread costs i 3 cents a pound ami in very bad at that and eggs which irobroiight in from tho country in small quantities cost JI5 cents each Thu supply of condcnicd milk Is practically exhausted and tho i little left li sold at J for n urn such IIH I you buy hero for 10 cents i- On nn average 10 to IU persons are a nand dead of starvation in time HtrdcU every day mid this tithes no account of the scores who daily die of hunger In the houses No vordi can describe tho horrors of lOft Fossos tho place at tho foot of tho Prailo where tilt wretched reconccntradoi are herded together I was told that there wore 110 lets than 1000 of thrso tniscrablo people in tho plnco whet 1 carne away and they arc dying by hundreds for of course noth ing is being done for their relief when the government JIBS not enough food for its own soldiers Worse titan tbe tho officials boat anti abuse them shatnd t fully I Jt if a LATE STATE NEWS rjTin Masons at Glasgow will rebUlltt their hull- OAbr9 aro selling all tho way from 12 toJS per head a PiiAcmtt on tho Oivonton market callJ from 7r cents to Jl per bushel Tin annual reunion of old soldiers r will bo bell at Suit Lick August 25 iJO stud 2- FUANKIIV 8 Is again thinking of ostalu llshing nn electric light plant of moder ate equipment HIAVY rains have dono considerable damage to time crops In eastern and1 cen tral Kentucky ItKAYKii DAM IM going to have n hand some town hall two stories high and up todato In design 0 Dn R j TAYIOU was appointed Councilman in Olangow to succeed 0 Mueller resigned Tin MnnrooI countyt Sundayschool Union will convene in TompkiiiHvillo Saturday August Ii7 Tint people of Shelbys Addition lit Henderson object to the building of a pest IIOIIKO in their locality WASH Wooiwov an aged farmer of near Irvine was killed and partially tit voured by hogs last Saturday Dn KOHH who went from Owensboro to tho Hopkinsvlllo asylum several weeks sluice died there last week emu NTH postolllco wa tho first in that section of tho State to hand out n n letter from n soldier at Santiago LOIMR iItKurnu1 n convict was shot by fiend she him at thin Frankfort post last Saturday Rector will recover Tiiuni will be a great midsummer Chautaiiqua nt StcwartV Grove JOIICH ville Owen county beginning Saturday Pitoi L O riiATHKit of Murray has broil giver thin chair of natural sal ence in tho Uurlottnn College of Green vllle Texas Tin Odd Follows of Owenton hisvo decided to erect n modern twOStory brick businims building on tho lot oppo site the jail OAIT SAM JONTH the Populist IH running a hustling taco fur Congreni ln tho Second dinlrict Ho Iis spanking dally just like ho hind a chaiico- TiiniMl boys claiming to bo tramps lint not over 8 years of ago woro sent to their human in Missouri by the town of Hhorhu rill in Knstorn Kentucky Tin Prohlbltlonlstrt of tho JCIghth Dintriet will meet in urns conyontlon it Nicholnsville August 15 nt 2 p in Ui nominate a candidate for Congress BKIUIT II A I lImN FIKJIJA of tho Owcnslxiro Company Third llcgimcnt has beencritically ill with typhoid over Itiprpvingi Tin August term of Calloway Clr cult Court opened1 Monday The first thing on time docket was an hnprcsHlvo prayer by Attorney John Q id 111orof Paducah SAM LIMIIW claiming to bo n native harp Spaniard lint now an Amorlcnn citizen lives at Uarborn Urldgo Ky llo ti favors peace because bo says Spain IM bankrupt J- JlAitON THOMAS of near Panola M ad isms county shot John Garrett through the body with a WlnohlItjrrlo Thom surrendered Tjio trouble was over settlement JIJ mil OiviiSH ono of tho loading Democrats of tho Second District Is re ported to havo pledged his support tu tho Itcpublicati candldatfl for Congress In that district Ax iMMKsfii crowd attended tho tied cation of tho new Haptlut church nt Olencoo Owon county lisa dedication Bormon was preached by the Ilov Jeer foot of Louisville Tjiusult of J J Mooro against thus V Stanford Turnpike Company for 90A J 000 for alleged careloMncM in UIJlgfl O the death or ills daughtertrhl cone upI iJ trial at Liberty tlthi Creek + f 1 tf 6 diit 1 t J 1 1 iT t K L i j1 r i1 rtw rt J I T i I- mltAK KIRALD1 tt r PENOB COOPER T- t Editor Hi HAZEL CREEN KY f s THURSDAY August 11 1898 DEMOCRATIC TICKET I I FOR CO GHESSOTJ DISTRICT H atrickJti OP FIOYD CotXTV I I THE PRESIDENT AND THC PHILIPPINES In nn official statement tho Pres ident tHis made his position qlour regarding tho quostion of tho Phil ippines Tho terms of poaco of ferod to Spain toro tho iinmedii iliate relinquishmont of her authority over Cuba Porto Kico and tho other Spanish islands in the Vest Indies tho formal cossion of Porto Rico and tho other islands except Cuba to tho United States and the cossion of an island in the Lad rone group Cuba by tho terms of the original ultimatum to Spain is to have a chance to set up a government of its own if- it desires or to declare for annexation to the United States tho United States to keep an army of occupation in the island in any case until time choice is made and to guarantee stable and orderly government if the Cubans decide I to trya separate existence No No demand for pecuniary indem nity is mado at present Those are tho terms now for the first time officially made known to tho country which are exacted of Spain in tho case of tho islands on the American continent By fur tho most interesting part of the terms however relates to tthe Philippines Tho United States will hold Manila tho bay and city until tho conclusion of a treaty of peace which shall decide the ques tion of tho future control and gov f k ornmont of tho entire Philippine group of islands This treaty is I to bo made by representatives of tho United States and of Spain t pa1ttframing it This statement of t tho terms relating to tho Philip t unof1icialtI itsIt groupt nila and vicinity in any casts until thu ponce treaty is arranged and this treaty is to determine wheth er tho United States shall surren dor any of tho Philippines or not This disposition of tho case moms that tho entire Philippine group will bo made American tor r ritory Public sentiment will force i the United States commissioners to stand out for tho immediate re liuquishment of Spanish authority l over every island in tho Philippine archipelago This sentiment is making itself felt now in tho ox pressions of the leading papers of i nil parts and all sections and in avalanches of letters and tole grams to tho President The United States representatives on tho peace commission will learn the temper of tho people before that body gets n chance to meet and they will f notftho Phillipines Itcnn capture l Manila at any time Tho conquest of tho whole group of islands can doubtless bo finished in eight or ten weeks nt tho farthest All the conditions are favorable to tho Americans Tho other side lacks supplies of all sorts and has not a single vessel unarmed or armed No peace treaty has any chance of acceptance by tho people of tho IJnitecL States except one which put pd keeps every island in the Philipliittogrotij3 under tho Amer ican llagSt Louis GlobeDem ocrat A GUKAT many of the farmers from all sections of the State have decided that it is bolter to keep their wheat and pltio itIJII th winter market than to sell now For several years they have boin soIling just after tho threshing when wheat was cheap to large cor porations which havo reaped the benefit of tho winter market in variably much higher It nv geems however that they have been taught a lesson that will bo profitable to them Mo can not see it in any other light than that farmers will make no mistake in holding their wheat for tho winter market From present indications tho price of wheat will bo higher this fun than last The crop from the Southwestern States is very bad having boon damaged by rust Some of it therefore will not produce enough to pay for tho cutting while at other places also the smut is very had Reports from abroad show that the foreign crop is not up to the standard Spain one of tho bolt of tho foreign wheat countries will not raise more than half its usual wheat crop The demand will bo larger than usual The amount of wheat that will bo consumed by our army and mr southern allies will to a large extent influence tho market and tho farmers consider that it will be far better for theta to receive the benefit of that advance than for some corporation to ivcoive it This is tho way they look at it and they aro acting accordingly Nelson Record Mu KKSKST FAIKI of Liverpool England and M11t AJKV FKAIKH of Toronto Canada are in Kentucky buying walnut logs for furniture manufacturers in Kngland GKXI SiiArrKK1 report of silk at Santiago dated August 5 is as follows Sick J5G97 fever 2552 Now cases of over 13J Cases of fever returned to duty oot1 LKXIXOTON is making strenuous efforts to secure the encampment of soldiers to be moved from Chick- amauga FORMER PATRONSI Of The Campion Manner who rrc in debted to same are hereby requested to immediately come forward and settle thu amounts they owe whether great or small There are some 100 of you and you owe from lOcts to 10 and to avoid troublu to yourselves please send or bring the amount duo to my address at Campion If you do not know the amount you owe lift all you have to do is to call for a statement of flame IIBXRY M Swonn RELIABILITY- Is n quality some newspaper have lost eight of in these days of Yellow Journalism They care little for tho truth andagreat deal for temporary sensation- It in not RO with TUB DISPATCH The HUCCOM of Tin DISPATCH rests upon its reliability It prints the news all the news and tells the truth about it ITS WAR NEWS SERVICE can not be excelled It is gathered by fortytwo war correspondents and eight fast dis patch boats at the seat of war and a sal arced correspondent in every important city in the world The most critical period of tho war will be during peace negotiations Get the paper that tells the truth Our motto If you see it in The Dis patch its so nail if its HO it Is always in The Dispatch Tm DISPATCH news service is now furnished by the New York Sun The Chicago InterOcean The Northern Press Association Tho Leslie Syndicate andIstalf of correspondents in Kentucky Tennessee and Indiana second to none on a Southern newspaper We club with The Weekly Louisville Dispatch both papers one year for the J8E ITS j f II SOME ministers hold up as an awful example tho young lady who dropped dead last week while dancing at Kansas City and attempt to use this as an ar gument against dancing Over In Illi nois an aged minister dropped dead while in the act of giving the blessing Outfit Michigan a woman died at the motinirs bench In Kansas a preach er died as he closed a prayer and yet no ones comes forward with an argument against these things Death is liable to come to us all whether dancing pray lug singing asleep or awake It Iis the inevitable destiny of humanity No time or place is secure against his visita tion We do not believe that Godse lects the place nor the circumstances Death comes from natural causes The human body is like a machine liable to get out of repair or break down without warning There iis no retribution no interposition of Providence with a view of making an example to influence oth ers We come into the world we live and flourish for a time then like the lowers that bloom we wither and decay and mingle with the dust from whence we came That is all The flowers come again lId we have hope of another life hereafter About one moutfSfJ my childwhich iis fifteen months old had an attack of dinrrlueu accompanied by vomiting 1 gave it such remedies as are usually given in such eases but as nothing gave relief we sent for a physician and it was under hU care for a week At this time the child had been sick Tor about ten days and was having about twentyfive operations of the bowels every twelve hours and we were convinced that unless it noon obtained relief it would not live Chamberlains Colic Cholera and Dinrrlxuti Remedy was reccommended and decided to try it I soon noticed u change for the better by its continued use a complete cure was brought about and it is now perfectly healthyC L Hogg Stumptown Gilmer Co W Vn For wile by J T Day Ax out company composed of North era capitalists has been organized for the purpose of developing oil lands in Southeastern Kentucky The company has bought out the leases held by the Standard Oil Company in Hell county also the well near Foot Lick in the vicinity of Piiievillc which win bored last full and furnished an maple supply of oil hut which for some reason was never developed The well will he operated and several others will be bored f1finger YGISP Pulse tto l You feel the blood rushing along But what kind of blood questionIs ImpurebloodIf the blood is impure then you are weak and languid yourdigestionnot sleep well and the morn ing finds you unprepared for the work of the day Your cheeks are pale and your com plexion Is sallow You are troubled with pimples bolls or some eruption of the skin Why not purify your blood iW r cl I will do it Take It a few days and then put your finger on your pulse again You can feel fie difference It Is stronger and your circulation better Send for our book on Impure Blood If you are bilious take I IAyers Pills They greatly aid the Sarsaparilla They cure constipation also J WrHu to our Doclmr rUlaInyour a wplr without t- Al101tOlllm J a ATKR Lowell dine r rOld papers 20c a hundred itb 1 L 1 j IFyap GO LEDN 1iet wee a or any other week ASK FOR I j r1 4 00- J fO 1 1la siaoo CUTPRICE SUITS They are Great Values and Beauties AT h5 l louis Gus Strons LEADING CLOTHIERS LEXINGTON KY ta qr atoput Jot l t e fltI sXI Gt O l Elt WQqR Oilers instruction in Agriculture Mechanical Engineering Electrical Knjriiieeiijt HiologkandTwentyeight Professors and assistants Laboratories and museums large and wen lightIIIldyearHoard J225 per private families 2f0 to 3 Hoard nih form books atlllalhill exceed yearFallSeptemberForJAMES K PATTERSON Ph D LL D Preside- ntsI Permanently cured hy using DR WHITEHALLS KHKlMATIO fTKK The surntud WJlJnIILLIEGlBrr TRADERS DEPOSIT BANK- MT STERLING KY 1 CAPITAL 200000 1 Sunnus 30000 o J M BIGSTAFF President G L KIKKlATKIOK Vice President W W THOMSON Cashier 0We respectfully solicit the business ofnicr chants lartners traders and business men generally throughout Eastern Kentucky A general bunking business done Give us a chance to send you 11 bunk book vny you checks and Innn von money when in need W W THOMPSON Cnshser n FOB SALEDesiring to close out my business at this place I otter for sale all of my Blacksmith Carriage and WoodWorkersl Tools coiittlstiiiK of the latest models Also Ma thebestTvro Saddle and Harness Horses GOOD ONES perteethmIlOIFOJtrMarties in need of anyof the above can I onJOHN Ky 1nlitttcutt El WINCHESTER KY N H WITHERSPOON President li D HUNTEH Cashier Paid up Capital 20000000 Surplus 6000000 This Bank solicits the accounts of mer chants farmers traders and business men Kentuckyandl1cUitYrand o1legitimate Lexington and Eastern Railway Time Table In Effect May 15 1898 EAST BOUND STATIONS No4 I Dally io5cr I Daily Sunday j II Lexington M I 7 lr anti j 2 30 jprim I jmiFalrliepm11inclieslerJ Indian Fldn 9 00 am 3 43 pre Clay City 0 1U am 4 01 1W Stanton 9 25 nm 4 11 pm Filion 9 31 nm 4 24 Pm Dundee ti 47 nm 4 35 pn Nut Uritlge t9 M am 4 40 pm Torrent 10 OS nm 4 54 jia- Heattyve Jc 10 2t urn 5 Hi pm- ThreeFkB 0 10 M nm 5 20 IM Athol 10 50 nm 5 48 Jpm Jackson Ill 30 nm fi 20 i tn WEST BOUND STATIONS Daily SUli No1 a exlho3I Jaeksou 5 40 111111 2 25 pIn Athol Ji 11 am J 55 poi Three Jkli C 6 31 nm 3l Ifi pm Hcntle Jc 0 11 nm 3 2t5 Jim I JunIJ t Stanton j 48 nm 4 35 J n I Clay City jinm 4 41 pm Indian Jhlt 8 14 nm 4 59 pm FlllrJle SII nm l 13 pinI Winchester 8 44 nm 5 2li Im- II Avon 9 01 nm 5 45 ImILexington P r0 am 6 ipi J n u1m Geul UI1lr CHAS SCOTT Gen Paw Agent G1NOTED kflvi eAeInseI l I