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I a A w e I + 57 a up Ii kyJ T lIE llI3RALDEatabltahod i x Mado Famous in the Story of Jonathan and His Continent by Max ORell Jt I nmpI0 t srTheOldest Most Popular Most CKNTS A VKABWidely Circulated and Most Quoted Paper In the Kentucky Mountains O IN AUVAMCK 0URTBBXTH YEAR HAZEL GREEN WOLFS COUNTY KENTUCKY THURSDAY AUGUST 21 1808 NUMBER 2Q GENERAIJNEVS uiRCKfl personal estate it is said iicd to about 1000000 omCDBHAM member of a 8iii fcclub killed henelf with gas in New id VAVAt Constructor Hobson was ac ovation during his visitfcd a great Atlanta JHE Queen Regent of Spain favors lithe place for the final peace ne ifclons torso King Alfonso of Spain has recd his health the measles having Ilia IgElosses of cattle on the California AM are less disastrous than had been hundred tons of ice the gift of a Gardner of tong Island has ar rf at Santiago UEA LOISCIIK aged IP was shot killed by a burglar whom she sur itdjn her room THE cruiser Columbia which went harbor Porto Rico hasjre Iin Ponce il floated without injury ADMIKAI DKWKy expects to be able ore two of tho best Spanish cruisers ch he sank in Manila harbor tl SUOKFIKSS powder factory is to be Wished at Cleveland 0 by a com j which has a government contract ICreiL UHODKS is trying to get back at polls in the South African Republic powers he lost by the Jameson raid fUKCis MtniHY the wellknown iperancc advocate has been appoint chaplain of the flth Pennsylvaniaji- ment FlAXK C FlKMiXd of Chicago was ted to death by falling 2000 feet a crevasse in the Valdez lacier ia CTTEHS received from Alaska say many prospectors have abandoned ir search for gold and arc locating I claims UVDEU tho personal direction of Ad II Dewey tho navy yard arsenal l and barracks at Cavite have been itablished IRE people of tho Isle of Pines aro tring and the report that they have n furnishing Cuba with food is thus Ten false i AAROf KIXSIOW a farmer near Glas i by00 years old committed sui iby hanging himself to the rafters in barn WADE COUNTS leader of a notorious d of outlaws near Red Sulphur nigs W Va and his son were killed lightning ruE city council of Dublin Ireland adopted a resolution opposing the lion of a monument to Gladstone in H city hURu MAHTIX in jail at Evans ki Ind confessed he killed Laxrus cent a wealthy lumberman in the got 18M for 10- iocoRDixo to reports of railroad com nand business men throughout the try this years wheat crop will bo largest in the history of the United les ton 1Enni a prisoner In New York M death was put in acoHln loaded an undertakers wagon A rough paihprt distance completely revived 1 and he beegcd lustily to be released tIIlgeWyears Iy night at Sedalia Mo rheIE managed to get out his knife and charge of the robber but he broke J and escaped a short distance from POlice station whither he was being 11 VIlD aslainRegiment States Volunteers just as the tat was setting out for Santiago to 1eare garrison thereby so incur e disapprobation of certain rcsi or Birmingham Ala that he was C Thanged in effigy s ELVIRA SYDNOR MILLER Meditates on the Confederate Assocla Hon at AtlantaA Prose Poem Miss Kltira Sydnor Miller is the au thor of this tender and beautiful bit of word painting on the Confederate Asso elation recently convened at Atlanta which is such a charming literary boqiiot reproducing They came from the tawny shores of the Hio Grande from the bluo moun Virginiafrombluegrass uplands of Kentucky from the pine woods of thpCarolinns the evergreen glades and hammocks of Flor ida from the forests of Tennessee and the country that is washed by the im Aerial Mississippi The good oldrebel yell resounded throughout the South and where her sons once marched with war and rapine they treaded hand in baud with love and beauty And then perchance there will come a silence like unto that which follows after prayer as they think of the old commandersLee slumbering in the shadow of the blue Virginia mountains Jackson who has crossed over the river and is resting beneath the shadow of trees Pelbam for whom the winds of the solemn pine woods sung a lullaby Stuart Ashby Beau regard Johnston gallant heroes whose executor was Fume and whoso successor was Glory 0 And the singer of the Lost Cause like the great leaders are no more J TIlt pines of his own beloved Georgia sing a requiem to La nitr and the Kentucky sighs softly as it winds beneath tho green hill where Stan ton takes his last long rest II And the women Those angels who once watched null prayed for the John nie Reb who ministered in the hospit als and moved over tho battle fields They and their daughters were at At lanta the honored guc ts of the city The Kentucky girl like sumo dashing thoroughbred from tho blue gnus tip lands Tho Louisiana belle fair as an autumn evening or the magnolia of her beloved State Pima starryeyed beauty front the Mississippi tho yellowroue of Texas that beats the belle of Tennessee the stately Virginian fjuccnlikc in her looks and bearings as tho daughter of a hundred carls tho lovely Alabamian the Tennesseean sweet and fresh as tho pink laurels from her mountain fastness es the Carolina queen and the Florida siren in whose ears are ever the song of tho sea and whose eyes mirror the cloud less blue of the skies The whole South will break forth into her joy Her hands are filled with roses and her eyes with tears And as she stands with her beloved sons and daughter about her far away on the breeze comes tho sound of rejoicing at Santiago where the glad light of tho morning falls like n benedic tion on one flag one county and one cause STRAY SCRAPS Scraped Together and Served Up by Jaines Swango Miss Elizabeth Picratt of Ezel is visiting friends in Paris IllsI Mrs Lizzio Turnerhas returned from her old hone at Ml Sterling to her daughters Mrs Will Miller at Parh Illinois The drouth through the corn belt of Indiana Illinois and Iowa has been broken Corn is about a two third3 crop The proprietor of the Union Stock Yards at Cleveland 0 says ho believes cattle will remain at the present high prices for at least a year The scrub cattle of the extreme Southern States have more than doubled in value in two years Tho quarantine prevents their shipment north except during the months of January and February Misses Myrtle and Stella Harmon of Warren burg Mo mention of whom was made in a recent issue are still via iting friends and relatives in Illinois and Indiana No more popular young ladies could be found both being accom pliahed musicians and possessing social attainments and personal charms that make them queens in society Miss Stella possesses a voice of rare culture and her numerous invitations to sing in public in Paris IIIraid Terre Haute lad speak louder of her success iti voice culture than your scribo could write Miss Myrtle is a graduate of time Mis souri Conservatory of Music and is an adept Itbo art of beautifying time Hazel Green should feel proud of thom inasmuch aa it was the former home of their parents tf Your writer had the pleasure of an in terview with Col Richard Thompson of Indiana a few days ago He is in his ninetieth year halo and hearty and fa miliarly known as old Dick Ho has teen and hakcn hands with every Pres ident except Washington and Adams Ho was a member of the 1Hh Congress and was later a Senator with Crittenden and Renton Ho was Secretary of the I Navy under Hays mind since that time has lived quietly at his home in Terre Haute Ho was intimately acquainted with all the great men of Clay and Web stets time and was n close personal friend of Lincoln Ho has attended emery National Republican Convention since that party was organized and this is the first year ho has missed the Indi ana State Convention Tho old states man passed around his box of Havana I cigars after which he told me ninny in teresting timings of tho early history of I his native State Virginia and Ken tucky afterward his adopted home He said he had often led Daniel Webster home after a Washington banquet load ed to the guards with Frances choicest vintage There are no doubt many greater men today than old Dick but there is none whoso public life covers such a wonderful period of usefulness to leis country and party- MORGAN COUNTY Consolation Chat George Byrd left Monday for Texas so wo are informed W II Campbell of tho Chapel was visiting in this neighborhood H C and C C Long went to Licking river Monday on a fishing tour John Davidson and Mr Horton were visitingi in this neighborhood Sunday Miss Honnio Cecil was thrown from her horse Sunday and slightly injured Tames and Robert Malloy went to Mt Sterling Saturday after seed wheat Tame Taulbco and family wero tho guests of W II Hlankenship Sunday Sunday night Tho ninny friends of Uncle John S Nickcll will be glad to know that he in able to he out again A great ninny of the young people of this vicinity attended tho big meeting at Long Branch SundaytA J Hlankenship sowed a turnip patch this month a year ago and they didnt como up until last spring owing to tho dry fall last year The funeral of Mr Nelson Nickells little daughter who died last Sunday night was preached at Consolation Monday afternoon by ROTH Johnson and Adams Tho remains were interred in the Giilcspio graveyard Aug 1C TitEDuAKi I Maytown Missives Dr IL K May camo up from the lower comities last Saturday Claude t Day who has been at Jackson- for a few Clays iis now at home t H F Thomas of Cnmpton was in our midst Friday and Saturday t Robt Day is visiting his brother B F Day at Mt Sterling this week Mesirs Phelp Ed Meek R BGam brill and Shocmate went to Hazel Green Monday I Messrs Henry Clarke and others of this place drove cattle to Mt Sterling laat week Rcvi J T PJeratt preached at the church here from Saturday till Tuesday having one addition saOs- car Young has the contract for r building Edgar Kaaha house and left Monday to begin work Mrs Jordan Wills who has been vis iting her daughters at nod near Hazel Green returned home last Friday Mrs Relic Manker has returned homo from her extended visit and business trip at Campton for the past few weeks Mr anti Mrs Millard Ritchie and baby Fern visited her brothers Edgar null Doc Kn h near Hazel Green from Sunday till Monday Messrs John Rose and son W T Swango H C Quickeall and others pawed through hero Friday with cattle on their way to Mt Sterling Mr Jac Shocmate who has been traveling for quite awhile arrived at his futher iu laws Plr Maukcrti last week pull on Thursday lat he and Mrs Nellie were reunited by Dr Kendrick t Mrs Clara Sorrell wife of Shepherd Sorrell near Clifty died at her fathers Everett Lyttlo on last Sunday aged about 17 years She was burled on Mon day A young husband and babe and a host of relatives and friends mourn her lossPEACE DECLARED The Order of President McKinloy as Given in a Proclamation Declaring Peace PROTOCOL SIGNED AUGUST 12 1898 WABIIIXUTOX Aug J I8The Presi dent has issued the following proclama tion Hy tho President of the United States of America A Proclamation Wlicrenn Hy a protocol concluded anti signed August lPJ 11WS by Win It Jay Secretary of State of Limo United States lUll His Excelloicy Jules Camboit Am bassador Extraordinary and Plenipoten tiary of the Republic of Francu at Wash ington respectively representing for this purpose tho Government of tho United States and tho Government of Spain tho United States and Spain have formally agreed upon the terms upon which no gotiations for the establishment of peace between tho two countries shall bo un dertaken and- 1Vhoreay It iis in said protocol agreed that upon its conclusion and signature hostilities between the two countries shall be suspended and that notice to that effect shall be given as soon as pos sible by each Government to tho corn manders of its military and naval forces Now therefore I William McKinley President of tho United States do in accordance with time stipulations of tho protocol declare and proclaim on tho part of tho United States a suspension of hostilities and do hereby command that order ho immediately given through the proper channelK to tho com manders of tho military and naval forces oj tho United States to abstain from all acts inconsistent with this proclamation In witness whereof I have hereunto set my hand and caused tho seal of tho United States to bo affixed Done at the city of Washington this lith tiny of August in the year of our Lord ono thousand eight hundred and ninetyeight and of tho Independence of tho United States tho one hundred and twentythird WM McKixiKY By the President WM R DAY Secretary of State A copy of the proclamation has been cabled to our army and navy command on Spain will cable her commanders like instructions XXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXIf paper this week or next or at tiny time it is a gentle reminder that your subscription is due and un paid and that wo will appreciate your early attention to tlw matter- XXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXX IIOld papers 20c a hundred LATE STATE NEWSU + r dRichmond will erect a school building for tho negroes Nicholasvillofl centennial celebration occurs September 16 Harry Henry of Cynthiana was kilt ed by a train in Virginia Thos Dunn of Henderson has be como Insano from tho use of cigarettes James Davis and Tom Brown two fisherman wero drowned at Paducah Friday It Iis reported that gold has been found on the lino between Clay and Laurel counties Ed Wolcott a miller at Paris watt crushed to death Friday by being caught in a gullyrr The citizens of Henderson will revive their fair and make it a permanent local institutionAt Louis Parrisb a young boy was run over and seriously injured by a bicyclist Toll Hodge a Madison county farmer foil from his horso while drunk rind broko his neck- Tollgale raiders blow out the end of it tollhouse with dynamite near Eminence last Friday night Jno Markham and Win Whitman who escaped from time Lexington jail last week are still at largo Voting Youugblood was sent up forftwo years at the last term of tho Callo way Circuit Court for forgery J T Reeves n Christian county vol uueer died of yellow fever cnrouto homo from Santiago and was buried at seaNan Tabor a white woman is under arrest at Klizahothlown for stabbing and seriously wounding Harry Davit a ne groWhilo curling her hair Miss Corn Amt derson of Georgetown stuck tho instru meat in ono of her oyes destroying thu sight R A Hancock cxwardon of tutu Frankfort prom is nn applicant for a goy ernment position in thu internal revenue department Clarence Phelps a member of thu State Guards at Lexington narrowly es caped having his hand blown olf by an exploding shell Near Tompkinsville a negro died from the effects of eating watermelon into which strychnine had been injected Ho hind stolen tho melon Of tho 1110 young men from Mercer county who parthipatcd in the Mexican war only three survive Phil B Thomp son Wm T Sharp and Davo Hungatoi John K Curry of Union county was arrested Saturday in Webster county on tho charge of criminally assaulting a Miss Hrazollo Ho wax placed under 0000 bond Miss Jennie Sly of Dover Ky who had returned from tho Dayton 0 In sane asylum a short time since as cured hue been returned to that institution a raving maniac Tho smallpox epidemic in Jacksou county has assumed alarming propor 3 tions Lato reports stato there havo been 8 or 10 deaths with 05 cases most of which have been pronounced incur able + Tho order directing tho Fourth Regi ment Kentucky Volunteer Infantry in camp at Lexington to bo moved to Jacksonville Fin has been rescinded and it Is probablo they will bo sent to someplace of mobilization in time East At Harlan last Friday Wm Grow shot and killed Geo Burkhart It in said that Gross nnd his people accused Burkhart of being connected with the killing of Grows brother Gross was lodged In jail I Four young men by the name of Owens while touring tho State on bicy cles got lost In Flomiog county They wont to the farm house of Richard Hunt whom they recognized as the man who I had murdered their father tea years agr rc in Bath county Warrant were aWehlt + out and Hunt will jurifd f i I1 fo f j i j1 r S l fr i oj 9 r t EHERMDyJ i IP ri J SPENCER GOOKR E utor r HAZEL GREEN KY THURSDAY August 21 1898 iI DEMOCRATIC TICKET 0FOR COYGRE5S1Urn DISTRICT Hon TUBS Y Rtylfitt Ol 1lOYI COUNTY Youva Mr Loiter hits settled dowu Old Mr Loiter in settling up AMONU tho goutloinon afflicted j with cold foot inuy ho montionod BngiiBtu AauiNAUX should cone over and moot Murk Jlnnnii He would liko MarkI TUB placing of Admiral Dowoy behind Sampson in rank will causo tho people to howl at tho injustice j PKIIHATB Lieutenant poison mid Miss Arnold would bo willingj trIIpose for a biograph picture of i tho now famous kissing act Tins glorious climate of Amori j ca has demonstrated that it iid notII i only Democratic but contains more dead game soldiors than any I country in the world Tin iailuro of tho late President Garliolds son to got II COlIgresHioll f nomination iu Ohio as a Manna I candidate is considered merited rebuke for the young man fur gutf t ttinginto had company f ll f TIIK announcoment that Dave Colson will be a candidate for t Oovornor in light of tho fat that I I COllIt I grossman front tho Kleventh Din 1 I trict ad intinitum loads again to 1 tho question Is it Kentucky or Iblson WniTKhAW UKKD has lon nain tHllls one of tho commissioners of peace if tho opinion of Secretaryr nygoos Reid is ono of the best postod men on tho situation inI thQ Union today and while his politics is other than we prefer ho is the man PAl t has been declared but iit must bo remembered that that ponce is on n protocol Wo may be put to groat inconvenience by accepting such terms The insur goat loader in the Philippines and tho insurgont loader of tho Cubans both show u disposition to rebell nod they may give trouble TUB government is 800000I ahead on its war expenses com pitted by tho month and when ii- is it considered that only 2 coats onI tho 100 has boon charged as rove into wo can realize what an im mense people our 70000000 citim OIIB nro Spain nor no other coun try should want to tackol us TUB lost issue of the Catling Gun is tho best number wo inv soon Its Crack Shots at Clove lands Crack Command shows iit to bo a marksman of no mean cal ibro Ho shoots to hurt and gou orally wounds whenever ho fires Vnltor Hurt can say more about s people that ho dont like and come nearer making em like hint than any man in America I l zI s t 1FogR BROTHERS i On a BlojcleiTonr jFlnd the Kin Who tI Killed TholrtPather 10 Years Before A special from Plomingsburg under Into of August 11 says A strange incident trnnspirxl in this county Tuesday which may result in tho capture anti convic tion of an escaped prisoner who is charged with murder and who for- tll years has made his abode in n wild section of Fleming county known as Mexico Four young men of Covinglon known as tho Owens boys woro touring this part of the State on bicycles nod on Monday lost their course in the western part of the county and had to tako to foot They were in n very rough and sparsely populated part of tho county und in their wnndorings they came across Richard Hunt aged sixty and inquired their way to this place Scarcely hail tho four boys SOIl Hunt than they believed they rue ognized in him tho maul who ton years before had killed their fath er James Owens in Ruth county They were quito small at tho time of the killing but they had wit nessed the tragedy ruin felt sure they could not be mistaken They at once came to this place quad sworn outa warrant for Hunts arrest on n charge of murder Tho warrant was placed in tho hands of Deputy Sheriff Pnughorty and the four sons in company with the ofiicor havn gone out to arrest tho man Hunt hits a wifo and two or three grown children nail all armed und considered danger oils Cannes OWOIIH was killed ill Hath county ton years ago und the kill ing is said to have boon unprovok ell The murderer was at tho tine arrested maul placed in jnil hut ho broke jail null escaped From that day to this the authorities have never been able to capture him Several years after the killingof Owens tho family of the murder ed man moved to Covington Ky whore they now reside August Court at Ml Sterling If U113 convincing ovidoncoi was needed to provo that Mt Sterling is tho greatest stock market in Kentucky a peep into the stock pens thoro last Monday would surely have sufficed Thoro were between 2500 anti SJOOO cattle on tho market of good quality and fully f000 sheep und crowds of buyers not only from neighboring counties but distant States Heat steers sold as high as iflGO but they woro extra Most stiles yearlingstj f150 j hoifors 850cowsj 250 to 825 j bulls 800 Trade in sheep was brisk Ewes brought from t20 to ifiJlO per head j weathers 8c per putted lambs tt to lc Beware of Ointments that contain Mercury us mercury will surety destroy the sense of smell nail completely derange tho whole system when entering through tho mucous surfaces Sucha1 Ides prescriptlons dnmngo they will do Is ten fold to tho themel l Halld Catarrh Cure manufactured by F J Cheney C Co Toledo 0 con tains no mercury and to taken internal ly acting directly upon tho blood and baylag the genuine It is taken internally and CheneykSold by Druggists price 75c per bot tie IHaUe Family Pills are the beat The Best Remedy for Flux 31r John Mntuias u well known stock dealer of1 Pulaski Ky says After suffering for over a week with flux and my physician having failed to relievo me I was advised to try Chamberlains Colic Cholera nnd Diarrhea Remedy and Intro tho pleasure of stating that the lnilf of one bottle cured met For I sale by J T Day I POIK ADAMS of Frenchburg who en listed and went to Cuba soon after the commencement of hostilities is reported to hue died recently of yellow fever at Santiago Ho was n lion of Mr Joel Adams formerly of Frenchburg but now u resident of Itothwell and a nephew of Elder 11 D Adams James Young of Spencer fled dentally shot himself lust Satur tiny whilo handling a revolver Ho will recover Hon A11 Hascomof Hath has Leon appointed by Gov Bradley as Colonel on his stall to attend the unveiling of the Federal and Con federate monuments at Clmttnnoo gll KxLieut Gov M C Alford will go to Wrangle Alaska in tho near future whore he und other Kentucky gentlemen are engaged in laying out n site for the now city which is growing very fast The first log tide in nearly two yean swept thousands of logs down tho Cumberland last Wok The river was higher than over before known at this season and some damage was done The Kentucky was also out of its banks in places A dispatch from Cynthiana says word hats been received thoro that cattle in the lower part of Brack en county were going blind to an alarming extent It appears to bo an epidemic as all the cattle that come in contact with those already alllicted sutler the Santa conse quence The beagle aro at a loss to know what to do to stop tho spread of tthe unknown dise- ase1SWOUk o I HAIRTURNING TURNINGGRAY sayDoesstreaks of gray Are you pleased Do your friends of the same age show this loss of power also Rrayhairwithout help while dark hair rapidly becomes gray when once the change begins ger s Hair f Vigor hair the color of youth It never fails It is lust as sure as that heat melts snow or that water quenches fire It cleanses the scalp also and prevents the formation of dandruff It feeds and nour ishes the bulbs of the hair making them produce a luxu riant growth It stops the hair from falling out and gives I a fine soft finish to the hair as we IIIlrn have a book nn the Itftlr uron Scalp rrquot which you fur obtain andIII jou do nnl obtaIn all the brnr flt tinVigorAddress UK J AYKRLowell ua- JJ IOld papers 20c a hundred I IIF yOU GO TP LESTI Gr 1 torl ASK FOR 400- t J jOO ljo- JI J I Oi0O CUTPRICE SllJ IIIT J ft et ebr EW They are Great Values and Beauties 11 = afyLouis Ou Stransf LEADING CLOTHIERS LEXINGTON KY u tatel Yolfla e e O e1ltll0J 14 IJEXJtGt OIt Xy ItrQK Ollimi tnstructon ill Agriculture lvchanical ElIgiucerII Electrical Engineeaiig lliologiCIInmll Twcntight Professors andassistantsi Laboratoles and in ii tarns largo and ten Hghtiandcollegiate year nniform1 yearFallSeptemberPreliminary SeptemberForJAMES K PATTERSON Ph Df LL D President IIerlllllnentirI l I ITRADERS DEPOSIT BANK- MTSTKKLIXGKY I 11 CAPITAL 200000 I SIMIPMJB 30000 J Mr BIflSTAFF I I U L K I UK InltlentII W W THOMSON Cashier 0We respect fully solicit the business of mer chants farmers trailers and business men generally throughout IEastern Kentucky A general bunking business done Give lisa chance to send you a bunk book juiy yoiti checks and loan vou money when in need W VV THOMPSON Cashier d FOR SALE i Desiriue to close out my business at this 1 place IIoller for sale all of my j Blacksmith Carriage and- WoodWorkers Tools 1lerlulthebestTwo Saddle and Harness Horses Goon ONES d i perfeetlyehts lint cq and harness IIO1SEIIOLn1 or M 1 Ullh fie J rIartltH in need of any of the above can l onlolls Ky i 1 I liutcr ttr i iRUIt I f t 1 WIXCIIKSTKR KY J IN II W1T1IKIISPOON Pretldent I I 11 P HUNTEIl Cashier Paid up Capital 200000001 i I Surplus 0000000 This Bank solicIts the accounts of merchants I farmers traders and business men generally throughout Eastern Kentucky andtheI oflegitimate I t K 4t rte F I r Lexington and Eastern Railway Time Table in Effect May 15 1898 EAST BOUND 10 b STATIONSoII iPnily lI Daily Sunday 0 Leahgton i IG tun i 30 1w Ivunj S 10 am 2 f r jmi K liO am 3 15 1ujInchcbtcrj 8 15 nm 1 27 jmi madman FKU SU IK urn i 13 43 pm Cltiy Lily II Hi urn 4 01 Pw f- Stuntou II 2f nun 4 11 1pm r Filson IIU am 4 24 pro Dundee 11 ai inn 4 35 ptn Nut llrldge HI lHl nm i 41 40 pre I1 10 OS am 4 f4 pal itetutyt e Jc 10 211 am it IIi Jpm ThreeFkii C 10 11 am T 26 pro y Athol 10 fill am I 5 48 pin I Jnckson j111 IW am 0 20pro WEST HOUND f iSTATIONSI I i unJav nails I Jackson r 40 nm i 2 25 IhIrrt Athol li 11 am 2 fiO lUll1 Three FksC IIH urn I 16 pal t heart yc Jc 0 41 urn 13 20 liTorrent i 021111 3 47 pat f 4 Nat 7 18 nm 4 01 pro J IIrltlge1 7 21 um 4 08 palzFllson 34 nm 4 24 Pm Stanton i ii 48 nm 4 S5 1W Clay Cltv r tun 4 41I pat Indian 1ds 8 14 nm 4I W pm t Fairlle 8 Hum 5 13 pan 1 Winchester S 44 am 5 25 P01 Avon lU 04 nun 5 45 pan LexntamtA 30 nm rt I0jm IJJV BAlm Geul Ifsdtter CHAS SCOTT QcnTuf AgEnt NOTKIDBtYf fe y GET nYiURprlated uC bae t1 J tti of t ffaltf Much in Littl tj especially truo of Hoods Illli for no medl cine ever contained so great curative power in io small spacel They uro u whole m- edicineHoodsI cheit always ready al M SIsfactorI j or fever cure all liver Ills jlck headache Jaundice constipation MexTlwonly rills to I50 with Hoods Sarsaiurllla THE MEMLD Mn Wnui IIKIATT left for Torrent Tuesday morning on n businuss trip lie will be absent about a week Misd Nivrru Wmiuu of this place who is teaching school at Why Not Lee county spent from Inst Thursday uutilI Monday at home ISAAC KiKtNri of Holly who hall been confined to hiroom with an at tack of fever for the past five or nix week ill able to be about again MliH Lot DAY who font Hot Springs Ark in the quest of health writes t her daughter Mr John Evans that sh IU much improved and hopes to be able to return in time for the Fair I I All parties indebted to me or to tilt j I r ran of Koso Davis fire requested toI HljpectjfullHOSII Wi AUK informed that a crowdI r j about iOQpeople was present at the big meeting on CJrassy lust Sunday Sever al ministers were in attendance and the audience was treated to some excellent lermon + I Iliv JAS Jt Woun preached hillI j j I farewell sermon at Hiking Chapel on Holly last Sunday lie suys they are good people over there Klkins1 Chapel1 will be attached to the Campton work next yeartt THINK alwit your health Do nutlI scrofula taints to develop inI your blood fake Hoods Sarapa rilla nov awl keep yourself WELLII Out poet and artist has just 1 a Bandolllc job on a suit of parlor fur niturc at the residence of Mr Johr Rose j I He also did sonic nice oak finishing on i rCi1dcncej Him WAUIN hay a piece of the rope used in hanging Had Tom Smith at lark Poti several years since While on a trip i to lireathitt county last week it WH prr1j sented to him 11n gentleman who clerks for Mr Day at Frozen Alton fifteen prominent preachers mid professors are booked to deliver ad dresses at the big camp meeting to be held at Bethel Congregational Church i near Spradling commencing September 10 and continuing S or 10 days lUv JAH II Woitn will preach all Nose Chapel on Lacy creel next Sun day at lOiJO oclock and again in the afternoon This will be his IUitll rico at that place before Conference which meets Sept 11nt Flcll1ln burg Ky LBTTKUS were received here Monday night by R young lady from Mcssr Sam HoiinHliell and Hob Dickon memo hers of Praters cavalry in camp at Cuickamauga rend Mr HounshclPs mis I alfei contained the glad tidings that he Would shortly make n visit home on a furlough A lUiuiijAK entered the residence of Mrs Ella Murphy one day last week and purloined bright silver dollar from her trunk by cutting a hole in the bottom He failed to got away with his prize as the hole he had cut through the floor was not large enough to admit the pan sage of the coin so the rat was cheated t of IU illgotten gains The Rev W 15 Costley of Stock pastorn Was attacked by cholora morbus He getha of Cholera and Dlarrhiea Remedy and I fUifeItbyJrf curoIMnppctitowd1kln HoOf your s Sarsaparilla perfect t acthurrnonlouslyWitht X11a 1i tAy Written for TmTjlKrAib BLUEe4 KDICATED TOll U sighingImtlytngInd cryingI eartrAndpartAnta And I havent seen him since And often I would read the lines He sent to me lii loving rhymes muelcachimrrFrom lIe ought to know rny hearts been true To him alone dear boy Iii iihlrjII I love him ttill indeed I do You can bet your bottom dollar Hut 0 It seems a change has come Since the cruel war wus first begun ofagunOfOno day hns jiuwed and Ive not hadI A letter from my soldier Ilad Now dont you think that lust too lull Maybe hen given me the shake SAM WIKSOX ONI evening lat week Mrs N L Ware discovered blacksnake tlY mt t 1 ightosin- e e ut once gave a scream that alarmed her neighbor Mr Frank Murphy who run in where the snake withoa stick quickly dispatched his snnkcship Mr N L Ware who has been absent inI Tennessee for about two 1II0ntnl411I1111 lc1II J says hehas spared this snake a he would all blacksnakes because of tho fact that blacksnakes err such excellent in oncers and ratters Mr Ware does not believe that the scriptural injunc dOlilitho seed of the woman shall bruise the serpents head applies to black snakes Speaking of snakes said Mr Ware I heard quite a good snake story while in Tennessee A reliable gentle iiian Mr W J rillithof Oliver rSprings Tennessee told me that he was sitting on his veranda rending rand to rest his eyes he commenced to look across the road1 that runs immediately in front of his home when he saw a black snake on the opposite silo of the road Presently it canine toward his house with a halt now and then as though it wits trailing something On it ciimc up the steps across the punk and into the house where it crawled between the ticks ofu bed and in two or three min utes it Ciim out with a large rattlesnake firmly gripped close behind the head It pulled itself and the rattler to the rand where it quickly settled accounts with time rattler and went away a + it had come Some folks in that neighbor hood think the blicksnakc was sent there by divine power to trail up mid destroy the deadly rattler I MAXII iHlIS KY Aug IISAt a meeting of the Hazel Green Fair Association held on last Saturday Aug ll it wa Agreed to hold a Fair in Hazel Green beginning October 11 continuing four days time following officers were elected J T Day President William Clayton Vice President W H Pieratt Secretary tumid Treasury Directors A Porter Lacy Geo W Carson Geo W Wheeler C C Yanks ElM James 1J F Piersall Wm May 1iAt1O111AV President W H PIKHATT Secretary WHAT clinic near resulting in a seri ous accident occurred last Saturday af ternoon near Swango Springs ColonelI III GtO Wee who prides himself on being ono of the finest when it conies to driving a double team dumped a hack load of Indies in that vicinity but fortu ualely no one was seriously hurt Poet Sara Wilson says Rice cnnt drive n tuck much les a double team of mules o CIOKA HiUK the Infant daughter of Mr Nelson Nickell aged ono year and 18 days died last Sunday after an IIII ness of three or tour months The par emits have the sympathy of many rein tives and friend Mr and Mrs Sicken return their most sincere thanks to their many neighbors for kinduetFes shown during time illness of their little daugh i I ter Mu BABI WoiiTHixoTON and Mr Hen Thnck ton of Mayslick Macon I county were guests of Mr and Mrs WWarc on Sunday Mr Worthington Iis a nephew of Mrs Ware anti will remain here for some time Mr Thackston is out at Mr Arbery Swangos to drink the justly celebrated Swaugo water Eld H D Adinw preached at the Christian church Sunday night n+ Y ChronIc Dyspepsia Cured u rfFTER suffering for nearly thirty eanI nfrom dyspepsia Mn n E Dugdalo wits of a prominent business man of Warsaw NY writes lorS yours 1 a constant sufferer from dyspepsia and litI prolluccddlstrcl mydiet1 was treated by unsay physicians and tried helpTwoNerve and Liver pms and Nervine Within awiTk i CI JIUM ld iv u nud per toIcat what 1 liked with no evil effect Ikeepthemathandandnslnklodroodlapelsany prllr1 DrUIillldc1UQcrIguarantee first bottle w WcrVIH beneflta or money re 2QftoorflsiIfundcd Ilookoadls heUlSvV nerves free Add f aWiULA- IK MILES MEU10AL CO ElUhart Ind I I 1rF0ItWATCHES I I tI GOOD ONES 8t 350B- ETTER ONES at 600 rtNU ctwtmtii E And Watoh Repairing ill T FRED J HEINTZ r LKMNRTON KY lmIID 6lDJM1 J m I lerlllllllllItCllrtache ami nil other forniH or I Heuiluthe or NeiiMltfiii Headache Cured Free i thlllCfl more promptly 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tilfwir Oily IdotiV iiI i tAddress PENUER r00PZR r 1Blzlot Xv j- r7 iJ r J k v ii w s k tii 4 rJ A Social Fallacy IWrlttcnfor TUB IlKttAtD by Lady Cook Doughty Houic Richmond Surrey Eng iaudJ There arc many wclal fallacies which liuve forages continued to live vigorous ct ly and which dirt hard and slowly t Among them is that most pernicious ono that trade Is undignified and labor a r pronch No matter what moralists and philosophers have said as to the worth i r of work and the value of commerce no matter what has been written by the I I yoetsor preached by the divines fash ionablo society shut its ears and its un derstanding to all and decreed that whatever their personal character or f abilities those who engaged in trade or labor should bo excluded from its cir lIes This opprobrious distinction between idleness and usefulness to tho prejudice f the latter or between ono kind of use e fulness and another Is not indigenous IUHlimlJOrtedfluted military pride Our practical forefathers honored trade and by its en couragement prepared the way for Eng lands greatness And they regarded all alnsscs of idlers whether aristocrats cr sturdy vagabonds with keen severity Jndced no ono can read Hlnckstonos Commentaries on thp laws of England without coming to the conclusion that It not our wealth population and power alone but our liberties also had their wigin in trnde Trade and freedom marched hand In hand acted and react td upon each other nnd built up the worlds greatest Empire Tho wlseut monarchs of England in cluding Alfred and Elizabeth hnvo pro mated tho extcnttlon of trade by their xntnplo M well as by their laws Eliz abeth hud a Hharo In many speculations JMiriug tho Htuart add Tudor venousi t merchant werv honored guests nt court 3f wo except tho purely feudal period ii was not until tho commencement o the present dynasty that tho narrow Incas of social dignity which have HO Jong prevailed In Germany were intro duced here Since that time nnd for till first time in our history the great princes of England from barons to dukes I l avo boon compelled to give precedence f to every petty German prince who finds Lis way to this country and our aver itebnntprinces have been held of small social importance unless they could com 11 gel tho royal smiles through their polit icnl influence fortunately this system which has Jkstcd nearly two centurion is giving say through its internal falsity Num bets of noble and even of ducal houses I am roonibarking in commercial von tutee Earls are voluntarily becoming dairyh men and cattle breeders Dukes arc oonpany directors and titled ladies run sonnet shops nnd dress cstnblishmcuts We have not heard that any of them into Urea excluded fromlitho upper sukklcs1 in consequence It would seem therefore that sound common sense iis likely to prevail and that eventually every useful career will bo deemed lion table in any rank of society Fashion ias taken a slight turn and wo must sot bo surprised if wo see n countess di recting a steam laundry or n viscount master of n merchant ship It was tho same abroad Tho illustri ous Do Mcdicls father and son wcro awrchnnbi and presidents of tho Floron tine Republic equal in greatness antiiI power to any of tho kings of their time 3he Doges and State Councillors of Yen ace whore faded splendors are tho mart vet of Europe wcro merchants and con trolled the trade of tho East Mow paltry nnd pitiable have beer the methods by which class Inns intrench ed itself from contact with class each feeling that it must draw n lino in ii- own its favor and making every town am village in tho kingdom n hotbed of jeal ousies and hatreds Moneyless propric aura of land disdained tho landless pro frlctore of money Tho man who couldiI Bet his farms on hlro scorned the man r who made them fruitful I Wholesale would have nothing t MY to retail Small gentry cocked their noses nt tho apothecary but ad1 suited a physician Clergymen of the Ktablfohcd Church refused to shako iand with dissenting ministers When Amorcbnut or manufacturer bought an ttttato nnd settled in tho country ho was aouvcau riche among tho landed pro riotous not worth calling upon y tttonewniadonoblo was a parvenu to BusHuiecl brethren Tho royal source of honor was not n sufficient guarantee Generations of idleness rind usolcssnesi I ndjrraagancer I 1 gt Yet we are proud to know that a large number of Englands most honored fam flies are derived from thcvhuroble ranks of Induitry and from the trading classes The anccs orjy of Lord Foley and of tlioparlof Dudley were poor Stafford shlrp nallmakew tboso of Lord Leigh the Earl of Northbrook Earl Fitzwil citey merchants to say nothing of many oth Yitcillitudcs of Families MilliThe pros oat House of Lords cannot claim among its members a single male descendant of any one of the Barons who were chosen to enforce Magna Chartn or of any one of the peers who are known to have fought at Agincourt Not onefourteenth of tine peerages that had been created up to 1675 exist today notwithstanding the peerage of England is as Disraeli said the finest in Europe No greater tribute of praise was over paid to It than by llousseau revo lutlonnry nnd democrat tlmt he was where he says in Nouvelle Heloisc + If you know tho English nobility you must be aware that it iin the most en lightened the best taught the wises- and the bravest in Europe This bein so It is unnecessary to inquire if It b the most ancient for in speaking of what it is no question arises of what iit has been The pears of England are certainly not the slaves of tho prince but his friends not the tyrants of the people but its chiefs its guarantees of liberty sustainers of their country and supporters of the throne they form an invincible equilibrium between the peo ple and tho sovereign Their first duty is to the nation their second to him who hitllrightI istrators of tho laws in tho House of Lords lend sometimes law makers they render justice equally to the people and tho crown and they allow no one to say God and my sword but only God and rightf Wcro it not that law politics nnd trade arc constantly recruiting the peers injltoor clam escape i IOU10 of time As Lord Chief Justice I Sir Andrew Crewe in his splendid charge said of the Do Veres Time math his revolutions there must ben pc riod amid1 1nn end to nil things temporal finis rcruni an end of names mill diglli1 ties maul whatsoever is terrene nnd why I not of DC Vero V For where is Ilohun I Where in Mowbray 1 Where is Morti men 1 Nay which is more and inost of I all where is Plantngcnct They are en tombed in the urns amid sepulchres of I mortality And yet Ilet tine name mill I dignity of Do Vcro stand HO long as iit plcascth God- Extravagance ganging racing and tictling aro tho moans by which old Gun ilies are brought low Idleness and I profligacy extinguish them It is just then that those who have risen by their places in tho councils and honors of tin countryFor restores renews mind recre rates and is therefore Godlike ho- raw material neglected it may bo fo ages is woven or hammered or otherwise manufactured into things of bonuty or utility whereby the toiling million- provide for themselves mud benefit the world The trader oxchaning the pro ducts of one part for those of another pcoi to others He cheapens tho necessaries of life and brings its luxuries within the reach of nil Ho opposes war antIL diffuses tho bounties of pence Surely both labor and trade are noblo callings provided they be well and honestly fol lowedI 1When King Prempeh of Coomassio was told by tho war correspondent of 1the Daily Telegraph that he was neither n warrior nor a carrier the captive mono arch insisted that in that case he must imploredItho correspondent to write him out one Eventually ho wrote as much as ho could remember of the lines beginning kingIpotent preventive against evil has amongst us who neither fight nor work have succeeded well as makers of fetish manufacturers of social fallacies to bo worn on tho hearts of tho people One of these is that it is ordained by Provii dcnco that some should work and other- d not and that tho many must work for thofow We answerlilt Is false nnd blasphemous All should work and work for each other Torero is non but might do some good thing And to that most despicable and muchtobe pitied madthe selfish idle man of means wc apply Ciriyfos words on di liThe LandedII Alas I is there no noble work for this man too 1 Has he not thickheaded ignorant hoar lays en slaved farmers weedy lands Lands his he not weary heavyladen ploughers of land immortal souls of men plough lag ditching daydrudging bare of back empty of stomach nigh desperate of heart and none peaceably to help them but he under heaven 1 About one month ago my child which is fifteen months old had an attack of diarrhwa accompanied by vomiting I gavo it such remedies as are usually given in such cases but as nothing gave relief we sent for a physician and it was under his care for n week 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