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Digital page images are linked to the text file. wr S S s j ADVERTISING RflTES f ccIijrocoI searJpppma year n ro 0H- DChtA a m I year io h1 fs JJDcb J year 01 rr State anti District yt- IIICrs ityeounccmnt0 ualI COIIDty omccrs tS1U 8 otll cr tart rail on candidate py 0ePalltled Town rarUI P4 ecntc lint p a prObltllarle Tribute Eta pn +jbyus cc I lcfO whrrr copy t5 c pa tarIIlslIed same I IlrciI k aUnt i SS SS ss b x mE STRI KE U ESTIO N a 00mniisoners May Make a Pre liminary Report Soon Announced That If AiyOfficiallyIII Ili Award Affecting Existing Wages Shall Be Made It Will Be Ef fectiva Novenber 1 gcrtnton Pa Oct nTho seven commissioners appointed by President f+ Roosevelt to adjust the differences he tircen the anthracite mine workers and employers Thursday made a tour of tie extreme upper coal field and saw every step taken ia tho production of coal trim tho time It is blasted from the pound hundreds of feet below tho lorfaee up to the point where it is rent to make ready for the use of the consumerScranton Pa Nov 1The first im portant action by the anthracite coal ttrlke commission which is arbitral Ing differences existing between the miners and their employers was token Friday when it was Announced by Cart ll D Wright the recorder of the commission that if any award at I fecting the existing rate of wagei shall be made the award shall be ef fective from November 1 The action of the commissioners shuts off any possible controversy that either side may have desired to raise The an Bouncement of the commission was continue in the following brief reso lution Vii d unanimously that if the com nlsfics at the conclusion of its hearI- ngs aaJ deliberations make any ward affecting existing rates of wtgcJ such award shall take effec from November 1 1902 Accompanying the resolution was a brief statement made by Recorder Wright in which he says The resolution was adopted by tho commission because it felt that it was Impoitant to make its Investigations deliberately and that it might be well In order to relieve itself from pressure 4 from any source which might cause operatorsttigation and the deliberations follow ing It warrant any change whatever either In the way of increase or reduction of wage such change should b from a certain date thus enabling alll parties to facilitate their calcula lions The commissioners spent the entire day In continuing their inspection of the mines and the mining region about Scranton They visited tho Manvill- colliery operated Jointly by the Dela ware Hudson and tho Delaware Lackawanna Western Cos in tho forenoon and the afternoon was spent ia riding through the region on a spe cial trolley car The commission will spend Saturday in tho vicinity of Wilkcsbarre returning here in the 07 ealng It is possible that the commission tray Make a preliminary report on three principal strike questions They are the increase in wages a shorter work day and the weighing of coal After these have been decided tbo commission can take up all ether Ques tions without undue haste It Is known tue commissioners have this feature under consideration and it is very likely a preliminary report will bo toadsTHE FRENCH COAL STRIKE President Loubet Is Taking An Active Part in Settling It Paris Nor 1 President Loubet following the example set by President Roosevelt is taking an active part In s3settling the Trench real miners strike Friday he held a conference with M Vincent prefect of the department du Nord who has been acting as inter mediary between the strikers and the Tioxthe names of four persons who are to withyIn a semiofficial statement given out pressedstrike and declares that this would fce a political accomplishment beyond precedent Sympathetic Strike Springfield 111 Nov 1Five hun shopshere whostruckcrease to 30 cents per hour in all de partments Those who quit work Fri day Include blacksmiths machinists tinners and pipe nen The strike is x general over the Wabash system and Includes shops at Ft Wayne Ind Do catnr III end Mofcerly Mo Serious Coal Famine Expected Knoxville Tenn Nov ICoal op craters believe a coal famine of cerl OU3 proportions threatens Tennessee North and South Carolina Virginia and Georgia Tie Southern railway seems helpless to help the situation Cuban Minister to Mexico Mexico City Oct 31Gen Carlos Velez the first minister to Mexico from the republic of Cuba was receiv ed by President Diaz Thursday atnoon In the hall of ambassadors There was a largo attendance of dis tinguished visitors Soldiers Going Home Wilkcsbane Pa Oct 31ToFourth and Eight regiments which e have beta stationed In the Wyoming J Valley for FOCIO time past broke camp hOClGn wl i THE HAZEL GREEN HERALDEstablished March 4 1885 Made Fatuous in tlio Story of Jonathan and His Conliiont bv Jinx U troll SPENCER Owners rEditorThe Oldest Most Popular Most Widely Girsulated and Most Quoterl Paper lit tile KeutusMll Mountainsi1twaya IIn YEaR advance VOL XVIII HAZEL GREEN WOLFE CO KY THURSDAY 7 J fLLrUi 12 I GANG OF LADRONE3I Committed Various Outrage3 In the Philippine Islands Manila Nov 3A portion of a gang of l drones which has been oper sting on the island of Itiliran just north of the island of Iojte where they committed various outrages Leytelasttown near Carigara Here they cap tured and beheaded the presldente n the town murJered his wife whom they slashed with bolos and1 abducted the presMentes children The mo tive of this crime is said to have been the presldentes friendliness with tho AmericansIadrones are again active in tha province cf Rizal and Dulucan Luzon Members of tho native constattriar engaged theso bandits twice during the past week at points close to Ma nila and succeeded in killing a ntitnliet of them capshleReports received here Indicate that the situation on the island of Samar Iis better tnan has been recently repre sented A number of Dios fins or religious fanatics ate still operating there but officials rrport that the Simar police are able to handle the sit uation SCHISMATIC CHURCH Body of a Native Woman Refused Burial in the Catholic Cemetery Manila Nov 3 tTII body of ana tive woman who was attended at her death by priests of the Catholic church of the Philippines was refused interment at the Paco cemetery which Ila owned by the Roman Catholic church cemeterytwere in to main tale order In retaliation for his re fusal of interment Bishop ARIicip- and other leaders of the Schismatic movement are discussing a plan to appeal to the courts to obtain possessions certain churches and other property In the Philippines This independent church movement ts being watched closely in govern ment and political circles The ex Sent of the defection of native clergy and their lay adherents from th chrrch of Rome is not known but it Is claimed that a majority of the na tf c clergy sympathize with the move ment The appointment of nn Amerl can archbishop In the Philippines however with a clear definition of the status of tue clergy would turn the tide of both clergy and laity in favor of the Roman church 9DEVASTATED BY FIRE The Town of St Pierre Miquelon Par tially Destroyed St Johns N F Nov 3The town of St Pierre Miqueloa has been devastated by fire A destructive con flagration started Saturday night and swept the main portion of the town The governors house the government buildings the court house the build log occupied by the relnlury cf marine the Roman Catholic cathedral the Presbytery the schools anti a number of ether buildings were destroyed The extent of the disaster is very far reaching and the financial loss will probably reach halt a million dollars There was no loss cf lire or seri ous accident The rapid spread of the conflagration was due to the trifling water supply and to the fact that St Pierre has no adequate fire fighting appliances The town of St Pierre has been partly hnrnel down three times before in 18C5 1SG7 and 1S3 RICH GOLD DISCOVERY A Stcmpcd Comparable to the Mining Rushes of the Early Days Duboise Ida Nov 3A rich dis covery of gold in the Black Hornet dis tract has catered stampede compara ble to the mining rushes of the early days Knowledge of the find got out Saturday evening ami men started out at once to secure clammy They kept going all night antiI Sunday several hundred men rushed to the scene of the discovery The discovery is a hitherto unknown vein Tie load was blind and was opened in doing some work on another vein The vein was opened Sunday at several other points At one point COO fcrt from the original discovery rich ore was met with and In all the other good ore shows COMMANDANT VILJOEN Offers His Services to the British Army to Fight the Mad Mullah London Nov 3The hoer commandant Viljocn has written a let ter to Earl Roberts In which he offers his services to the British army u Boers are enlisted to take the field against the forces cf the Mullah in Somaliland It was announced from Johannes burg October 31 that a number of for mer floor commandants ann British officers had offered their services and those of 1000 men half of them Brit ish and half Boers for duty In Soma liland Assayer of the Chinee Mint Washington Nov gAlfred E Jos sup of New York now head of the testing laboratory in the supervising architects office of the treasury department has accepted the position ofXhTeTasSascr cf the Chinese mint- a TienTsin CnTna I Opera Singer Killed St Louis Nov 3 William Roebuck aged 40 years an opcia singer whose hoip was In Lima 0 was killed Sun day ty a suburban car He was lying on a trojtlo crossing tho river Oca pcrcu end ww bad J T91WCI d fjJ A LOVERS REVENGE I j Dynamite Bomb Killed Two and Injured Other Chas Siitth Former Boarder Who Was Paying Attention to One of Arrestfi ed For the Crime M1Clmkao Nov 3A dynamite bomb the weapon of a deranged assassin blew up the home of Josupii Koideck in Chicago Heights Sunday killing two members of the family outright anti injuring several others The house was set on fire and horned while trial ofa neighbor caught fire sod was also destroyed The dead Joseph Kordeck arms and legs broken of Lucy Kordeck aged 2 hotly blown to pieces Time Injured Mrs Lucy Kordeck flesh blown off right side Injured internally may die Seven children who escaped were injured but not seriously The explosion occurred while the family was asleep The father and mother with the daughter Lucy occu pied a room in time front of the cot age On tie other side were rooms occupied by the rest of the family The cottage stood two feel front the ground on wooden posts The bomb was placed tinder the room occupied by till parents and the Impact of the explosion tote a hole In time flour blew the bed to pieces dismembered Rot dock and scattered into fragments time body of Lucy who was steeping with her parents Pieces of flesh the size of a mans hand wore tie largestt remnants of time ciiiMs body that could bo found The forte of tilt explosion was directly upward and toro a piece andablew lien through a window The noise aroused the rest 01 the family and they had hardly time to escape from the flames whhh soon destroyed tie cottage Kordocks hotly torn to shreds was found In the debris after the fire Charles Sodium a former hoarder at the Kordeck house who was paying laugheterM has been arrested 1 charged with the crime The Korderk girl was to have hen married to another mar next week Smith declares ho is innocent but neighbors declniv t mt lie made threats to them that if tIll girl refused to he his wife he would blow up the entire family with dynamite Smith was absent from his room at the time of the explosion His roommate Thomas KobilinsklI claims that Smith returned to his room greatly excited shortly after the explosion SPANISH VESSEL SUNK Collided With a British Steamer Sev eral Lives Lost London Nov 3The British steam er St R gains Capt McMullen front Shields for Alexantlrla has putt in at GravcMmd She reports having eol tided with und sunk the Sptiulsli steamer Enero Capt Delgado from Htielva Spain October L2 With the excption of three members the ores of the Enero wore drowned The acci lent occurred Friday night off Dun gencss The captain of the St Rcgulus say that rvhen his vesselI strut k the IICtiero he gave the order for full speed ahead with the Iitlea of keeping the two vessels locked together and thus enabling the crew of the Spanish ship to board the St Uogulrs lhat cither they were too greatly aariiKd to do FO 01 the ailed to understand his ptupor anl nsteail of limbing on heard the lriti- shi ship they tiled to lower a boat with re suit that a number were thrown into the sea and drovned The Knero sanl in a Inv moments The oxplo slaw of her borers probably klllel1 many others of her crew The St K guluB was badly damaged i large hole being stove in her sides STRUCK BY A TRAIN Four Men Killed on the Crossing at Algonquin III Elgin 111 Nov 3Franl and Louis Shuotte and Charles and James Woodrich were killed early Sunday at Algonquin 111 where the MilkI Express en the Chicago Northwestern railway struck their carriage en the crossing of the main street of the village All were killed instantly es ccpt Louis Schucttc who tiled at s hospital All lived at Algonquin except Jamca Woodrich wiosc home r as at Kllbournc City WK The young man had storied to drive to Dundee before daylight and did net see the traIn on account of the dark ness and tIe cover of their buggy Football Player Fatally Injured Knoxville Tenn Nov 3Walte Cole fullback of the Tennessee deaf aid thumb school football team was reported dying Sunday night as a te suit cf injuries receive in a a1C playvd at MrryviHe Tenn Saturday Ho has a rakes collar bone and non otn internal Injuries Coles home is it McKccspcrt Pa- Coinage Statement Washington Nov 3loe monthly coinage statement IssuedJby the dipc tar cf the mint shcv that in time month ot October 1 302 the total coin age was 1459550 as follows Gold ILSSOOOO silver 2287000 minor toirs 282i550 Rescinded Its Action Chicago Nov 3fhr Chicago Fed elation cf Labor SunI1cy rcjcindoa Its act of exjulslon against Tyuagrnhpl tal Union No JJCJ sad offered It1 rein state tho Jelcrfft cj when thnv apply Cor R0wlc8icn i PRESIDENTS PROCLAMATION I Thursday November 27 Designated as a Day of General Thanksgiving Washington Oct 30 President Roosevelt issued the following Thanksgiving proclamation According to the yearly custom of our people It falls upon the president at this season to appoint a day of fes tival and thanksgiving to God Over a century and a quarter has passed since this country took Its place among the nations of the earth and during that time we have had on till whole more to he thankful for than has fallen to the lot of soy other people Generation after generation has grown to manhood and passed away Each has had to bear its pecu liar burdens each to face its special crises and each has known years of grim trial when time country was menaced by malice domestic or foreign levy when the land of the lord was heavy upon it In drought or Hood or pestilence when In bodily distress anti anguish of soul it paid the penalty of tally and a forward heart Nevertheless decade by decade wo have struggled outward and upward We now abundantly enjoy material wellbeing and under the favor of limo Most High we are striving earnestly to achieve moral and spiritual uplift ing The year that has Just closed has been one of peace and of overflowing plenty Rarely has any people on joyed greater prosperity than wo are now enjoying For this we render heartfelt and solemn thanks to the Giver of Good and wo seek to praise Him not by words only but by deeds by the way In Which we do our duty to ourselves and our fellow men Now therefore I Theodore Roose velt president of the United States do hereby designate as a day of gen oral thanksgiving Thursday tho twentyseventh day of the coming No rombor and do recommend that throughout the land the people cease from their ordinary occupations and In their several homes and places of worship render thanks unto Almighty God fIn tC manifold bjosKiugs of the past year In wit ess whereof I have hereunto sot n y hand and rauscd the seal of the Un ted States tr be affixed Dune t the city ff Washington this 2th jay of Ortoboi in till year of our Lord ono thousani nine hundred and two nd of the Idependence of tlo Inlte Stats thone hundred anti twentyseventhVIENNA One Third of the Population Visited the Central Cemetery Vienna Nov S One third of the population of Vienna made pilgrimages Saturday and Sunday All Saints day and All Souls tiny respectively to the Central cemetery of Vienna The pil grins started in the early morning anti returned late at night Some went on foot while others used vehicles of all descrljitioiiK It is estimated that inO coil persons visited the graves in the cemetery on those tfi e days The pil grims all carried wreaths of flower and before the tombs and in the long grass horned countless candles TIll sparsely occupied parts of the cemetery presented a weird soul picturesque spectacleThe to Mozart lleo thoxen and Schubert as well as the plot whore are buried the Goo victims of the Ring theater fire of 1SSL at traded thousands of visitors This cemetery is the largest in Europe smith contains t22OUO graves Eni eror Frauds Joseph and other members of the royal family placed wreaths upon the coffins of the empress anti of Crown Prince Rudolph in the vaults of the Capuchin church SNOW IN NEW MEXICO Hundreds of Sheep Caught Unexpect edly Perished El Paso Tex Nov 3A cold wave has swept over this section during the past 12 hours and reports from the surrounding mountain regions indicate that tho snow fall has been heavy on the slopes in New Mexico Hundreds of sheep caught unexpectedly In time open have perished and below this city In the Rio Grande valley the losses have teen heavy- LOCOMOTIVE EXPLODED Three Trainmen Killed on the Balti more Ohio Railroad Baltimore Nov 3Three trainmen were almost instantly killed Sunday by the explosion of a boiler of a Hal timore Ohio locomotive at little thorp Traffic was delayed about three hours by the accident Those who were killed were Engineer E W Biggs Fireman O W Hunt and Brakeman C0 Stalling Eddie Bald Won Paris Nov 3Eddle Bald the American bicyclist won me International scratch bicycle race at the Par cedes Princes Sunday afternoon Tho distance was 1453 yards Balds time was 2 minutes 33 15 seconds The Emperor as a Hunter Berlin Nov 3The royal game keepers bureau has kept a record of Emperor Williams hunting During SO years he has killed 47443 pieces of game including 30S9 7eor7 elk or chamois 2S23 wild boars 9308 hares or rabbits and 18891 pheasants Fatal Hear End Collision Schnectady N Y Nov tAC- relght brakcmdn was killed and a freight conductor slightly Injured in a tsar md collision between two height iraJns west of this city on rho Non Voilt Octroi rijijidjy tll5bt ION11 CEDAR MOUNTAIN President Spent Several Hours on the Historic Battlefield Roosevelt Was Given An Old Shell Which Had Been Dug Up in the Field as a Memento of His Visit Brandy Station Va Nov 3 Irerl dent Roosevelt passed several huuri Sunday aftoniocm on tae battleiiold of Cedar mountain The day was 11 feet and the drive to time iKUtlofioj was as plenatiroable as could b de sired Tho president acconipanlel by Sec rotary Root Secretary Corlclynu Dr Rixoy Judge Grimsley and two or three ladles arrived at the batUefiill shortly after 3 oclock Tiiey worn followed lItj a procefcloi of ferriages containing people from Cttlpppor anti surrounding country On anival at the battlefield whlci Is dotted lucre and there by menu ments marking time positions of the troops during the fight the contest was explained to the president by Judge Grimsley Tic judge was a cap tale in the Sixth Virginia cavalry timid wan a participant in the fight Tho president was Interested particularly In till account of time famous First cavalry charge made during the lint tie of Collar mountain The union and confederate cavalry met in a do pre iota nit far from Cedar mountain Whirl time tattle dill nut last long and was brought on quite unexpet todly it was frightfully sanguinary iiie losses on oth stiles being about 3nn Tin president was notably Interested in a monument erected last August ou the anniversary of tIlt battle by tut survivors of till 28th New Vorc infantry which lostt in the engage nteutti per cent of its men includ ing nearly every commissioned ollicor In the very heart of the battlefiod President Roosevelt Sunday held an in formal rfcpjition Many people had ealhered from the surrounding coun try Siibequrntly time President wan given a shell which had been dug upon the iKittlefifld as a memento of hivisitI Sunday morning till prcsldmt and his party attrinird services at the Hap tin rhurdi of Ctilpeppor tntil a diorc tine before the services hgRn It was tot known that tilt president was to Ib present Xo special srvice mnrk md his presence Rrv K V WInfrry i taster of the church ono of the o drat eligloii organizations In Virginia nah a reference to tire pn ident in iris opening prayer but did not allude to him in lhis sermon lime church was Crowded and at the coiiclution of the services Presldnit Roosevelt cor lially Brwtol the pastor and many members of the congregation and in troducedI tthem to those who acoompa lied him Kvery put caution possible was taken to ensure his safety Two headqtiar ers men from Washington in addition to till regular detail of secret officers were on guard The i niilpntiiil special nrrhed in Wafliinton Monday morning Later the president will leave Washington in a special train for Oyster hay Where he will vote on Tuesday TO ARRANGE FOR A DUEL M Gerault Richards and the Marquis de Dion the Contestants Paris Nov 3M Gerault Richard f tho Pettto Republiquo has tele graphed two if his friends to meet the seconds of the Marquis de Dion Monday and arrange for a duel Tho Toihlo between MI Gerault Richards rod the Marquis de Dion who are- soft members of the chamber of leputies grew out of a recent angry Usciiiislon til a corridor of tho cham wr The Marquis do Dion slapped M lerault Richards face The seconds f tine marquis are Mm Bruncau and Syveton STRUCK BY A TROLLEY CAR Mrs Anais Wilson Relative of Em press Josephine Died of Injuries Savannah Ga Nov 3Mrs Anali Vlteon agfd S3 died Sunday nftr be ing struck by a trolley car Mrs Wil ion was horn in the Island of Martin Ique in 1610 Iii r parents were largo Fate owner Her mother Mrs Peters ivas tho cotiFln of the Empress Jo ephinc first wife of Napoleon They wore educated together In the convent at St Pierre Miss Peters removed to Charleston S C with her parents and married IEdward G Wilson Christmas Beef For Englishmen Paris Ky Nov 3I Joseph agent for Schwarzchild Sulzuerger New York has purchased of Charlton Alex antler jr 187 head of fine export cat tic at a fancy price to be shipped to England In November for Christmas beef Joseph also purchased of Wm Vop1ford Hal Woodford and Wm Bedford a train load of fine beef cattle for the same market Motci mens Strike Settled Schnectady N Y Now 3Timo strike of the motormen on the Hitdsm Valley Klcctilc railway was settl d Sunday night tire company recognis hog the union and agreeing to tho schedule of wages presented by tho men who returned to work Monday Cholerai in Jerusalem Jerusalem Nov 3there have neon 434 deathu from cholera hero and 78 at Uhuzzeb during the pat week Great dlstrcso prevails at Lydrtta be rino of lima etch Inadequery tiC mutt Cal ftlrt thcrr eto copt withI the disease S isssss I r ec c c atiaez QCi ff ii lS J 4- n Q U Ir r ar s es DEATH PREFERRED TO ASYLUM John Walton Committed Suicide by Tcking Strichnin Rowling Green Ky Ort 31John- A Vnltrn for six years a member of- lie i ocular army and for a period a member f Ooinpcny 23d ITnltoll SP3111thAmihy ttalhtg 20 grains of strichnino tIe valKel1 alintvt to the ruecrvoir and took the dare out of a drachm vial In frontt ff one of the taalknown real don ros In t 10 city Walton WIK 21 years of ago anti came from Allen county Ho was re Jatd to a number of people hero lieI- toftI a mto ddoseod to Whom it may concern In it ho said ho first mnr sled Miss Della Dnttson but was sep arated from her by reason of tthe in flupnto of other people lit married tilt soronl time he wild his Pornio Taylor whom he livod bettor than hut lift The loiter was written on the hum kcf a letter heal from Washington attorneys who voo attempting to sn cure n pension for himIj Dr R II Jonos a member of tin lo cal pension hoard who Is a friend of- Walton had been trying for a month to Induce the young mans family to have him triol for insanity Wedlio lay allvrnoon they agreed to lure Walton presenter Tmusday Ho must have suspected this as ho pro tired n bottle of fctrycliiiine and took tie fatal dose j ANOTHER COMBINE 1 A Plan to Consolidate All Coal M ncs In Western Kentucky Beaver Dam Ky Nov I 1J B At kinson who owns It mints in Hop ins mil Webster counties is said t be engineering for eastern tapitalis s a deal to consolidate all till coalI ir mss in Western Kentucky It is sa it will ho consummated in several wi eks Resides mines in Webster andI lea kills collieries at these places are mentioned in the deal Taylor Render Williams Sit H nry Kcholn Central City Hevier lr Ike Imro Powdony HillsideI Oakland lu cerno St Charles and Mud R vcr Ohio county miners arc uneasy ver the deal as Atkinson Iis tho only per ator in the Western Kentucky field whoso mines are not organized The United Mint Workers union is said to haw spent 1000iO in a futile ef fort to organize them j THROUGH THE FLAMES Two WellKnown Kentucky W men Escaped Death at Frankfort Frankfort Ky Nov 3TIIl co tage occupied by Miss Locked Smith Mrs Mary 11 R Day former slate libr rian and Mss Margaret Russell in i ottth Franlvfoit burned at 3 oclock Si nday morning Mrs Day and Miss Rutsell who were sleeping upstairs h rely escaped wit their lives time stairway helim afire as they descended iloss 2rili partially insured j Louisville Tobacco Marketj t Louisville IKy Nov to bacco Friday were light ben throughout the week Offerings have been reviews and poorer quail ties The stiles Friday aggregated I122 hlnls of which IS hhds were hurley tnd 74 hhds dark Of these 71 hhds wore iiriginal inspections and 4i hhds reviews Rejections Thursday were Ili bids attesting tho unsatisfactory prices obtained Gaylc Will Not Run Frankfort Ky Oct 31 Friends exCongressman tune W Gayle of Own county announced here that ho had decided not to enter the race for tit lomocratic nomination for state an ditor Its had a long spelt of fever and peritonitis during the summer and has been unable to make A can Wass Kentucky Man Arrested Joplin Mo Nov 3SherimY J R Greene of Burkesville Ky arrived in this city Saturday and arrested a man whose name is said to be Fleming al leged to have jumped a 13000 bond on the charge of murder in a Kentucky town Serious SmashUp Paducah Ky Nov aA head enul collision occurred Sunday morning at Boar on the Paducah Fulton district of the Illinois Central between fast freights No 1T3 southbound and No l2 northbound The damage Is esti mated at 30000 One Man Killed and Six Injured Ine Ky Oct IIn a railroad ibis aster at hull Creek tunnel on the XI W railroad six miles northeast of home Henry Damron was killed and six others seriously Injured The dis aster was caused by a premature blast Col Pepper Retires Lexington Ky Nov 3Col James E Popper will retire from the turf when he sells Whisky King Pearl Finder Love Not and other well known winners on eastern tracks He telejgramChilds Terrible Death Louisville Ky Nov 3 Teresa Meyer the 5 yearold daughter of John H Meyer a barber at 501 East Ken tuck street died Sunday afternoon of rabies Hho Man bitten by n dog Sametnbcr M1 3 s ss S S it 1 SUBSGRIPTON RflTES I a i 0ZZ One year in dv arcItC- Of j Six month 3 1 x1ri felrr XiTile date after Tot r name Indicates r itime y u arc j id to You houl l reo r cret i jf when rvncwlnsor to liiv your address q k Oich ncil t 1 ifci rttiiGCctr4tiC64bGfr =c i t STATE NEWS ITEMS 1 ISalfsrlf of I 07 IJII rIr MRS BALLANTYNES DREAM She Saw tier Son Virgil Killed In tRailroad Wreck Newport Ky Nov 1 IWord w sjj received In Newport Friday that th e remains IP two of the victims of Thurs days wreck on the C H O railroad war Oxford 0 have been identifiedrand that they both were from cwtI i t po I t Tre young men aro Virgil DallanII 8 I andI I 5 III a son of Mrs Mary Prues whoss lives at 815 Monroe street i The peculiar feature of the death of j young Talantyn is tat his motherrr wren Informed of tho death of her son J told ot a dream which she had had after reading of the wreck in ihlch I duelI I I Yonng Hallnntyne had gained sonic no j I tier as a jockey having had a number Ii ii mounts on local and foreign track 11 He has nut peen riding lately anlljboth ho and young Iue wore on theirll way from Mlddietown to Hamilton Injj ij f Msearch of work when they were if J ORGAN IN THE CHURCH HiIi Ill A Lexington Congregation Will Vote iiii- on the Question Next Sunday tl Lexington Ky 2ov 3s the re U tittlI I IItoI I Ito the question of installing an or 44- ga i ltev1I W McGarvey president if of thl college of tie bible founder of lli chur li in 1870 and its first pas to Sunday asked for letters for him self and wife that they might trans for their membership He opposes the oran in pubic worship on scriptural grounds belli ring Instrumental music to be in oppo itlon to the teachings of the Billie His attitude has prevented the introduction of an organ for many years lint se Intent in its favor has become so gr Ht that lucre is no queiu lion that the vote in the atflrmatlvestextt Sunday will be overwhelming Mr McCarvp iis noted as a debater writer and minister of the denomina lion This cfjiigregation numbers over 12fM and its action is regarded as a vjrtory for the new school or prognss sive clementAHE ROCKED THE BOAT t NrThemore Was Drowned I Heattysvillo Ky Nov 3henry Sizpmort while passing across the M river from neatt lIe to Proctor WM drowned Sifinore was born and 1 raised on the river only a few yards front wjorc he was drowned but nev Ir learned In swim Sizemore beingj familiar with the low condition of the Rkriver began to rock the boat hut the other occupants paid no attention tunJnil the boat was upturned SizemorAyfell in a pool of deep water on one side while the others fell on the oppo site side in low water Ills body was recovered He leaves a wife and five children in a helpless condition KENTUCKY LAW STUDENTP I IIt Is Charles 7htRiver at Cambridge t Cambridge Mass Nov 1Ernest L Mansfield of Springfield Ky sec and year student at Harvard IIn thought to have been drowned In theLCharles river Friday He left the Newell club in a single snell which later was brad on the bank at a very narrow part of the river Ills clothes were in the boathouse Tho police have unsuccessfully searched the rivertConspiracyI federal grand jury Thursday afternoon return ed indictments against ten citizens oC Rowling Green Ky charging them with conspiring to prevent the regls tration of colored voters In a precinct of that city Among those Indicted 1s inspectJIIValuable Records Burned Scottsville Ky Oct 31AlIln conn tv sustained an inestimable loss when fire broke out in the south end of the biilldlng in which the county and cir cult clerks offices were located Both offices were destroyed together with records which date back to the birth of Allen county in 1814 Shot and Killed Himself Thomson Ky Oct 30Carter Mitchell aged CO shot and killed him self Wednesday He came here from Brown county Ohio His wife left him 118 months ago He had been staying with his son in law Mr Bud Moore tobacco grower lie has one son Mrv C J Mitchell of Urbana O Frankfort Belle to Wed Frankfort IKy Nov 3lfll Vim ginia Jackson Crlttenden announce the engagement of her daughter Rose McKnlghr to Mr Ell Huston Brown- S jr of Bardstown The marriage will be solemnized on December 17 at the First Presbyterian church Death of Samuel H Edgar tLouisville Ky Nov 3A dispatch received Sunday night from Mont Clair N J announces the death there of Strnltelt II Edgar second vice presi dent of the fjOtijivlle k NMbTlllo rail roM I 4fikifiI fllHERALD SPENCER COOPER Editor HAZEL CREEN KY t THURSDAY Nov iti 1902 t AnnOUnCleillenr Far Circuit Gnrrt Clerk toIannounce IJ 15 lit LLON as Ii candidate i1 for the mice of Circuit Court Clerk ol y Wolfe County subject to the adieu of the Democratic Iparty HANKS Wo mil authorized to asarnndidatrIi t Wolfe County subject to the action of the Democratic 1party For ltKlilnlUe Kr rt i ntnlive- PIERATT Wo aro authorized to announce H F PIK15ATT as a candidate for the oirioe of Kq rf smtntive in the leg 41 islature from the 91st District subject to thej action of the Democratic party r OBjI Bl1CRI I HOPKINSBY3500The operated like a boomerang with the result that FUAXK HOPKINS Y is elected by the handsomest ma jority ever accorded any man i z the Tenth District and with iit all old Wolfo holds her own Bror Whites constituents evi l dently didnt put up the coin toI 1 1analarming xtont Vale dear hrotherIp Explanatory Apologetic Etc I Tho publisher of this paper has f been ill for some time Under or i diuary circumstances it is a serious I v thing for the editor and publisher j 1 himself when he falls sick not to mention tho annoyance and disap i pointment of his subscribers and advertisers tho first of whom we 5 lay tho flattering unction to ou J soul miss their favorite journal while the latter aro compelled to f wait until a later date to got their I announcements before an impa- tient4 public Wo have to acknowledge I I our obligations to both and to t express our sincere gratitude for i their toleration in not having as I yet decorated an adjacent tree with our mortal coil or rendered i j more perfect our resemblance to aI bird I There is no knowing how long f tho abovedescribed gloomy condition of things might havo continued had wo not fortuitously become possessed of information concern ing the whereabouts of an old time typographical globetrotter who by some inscrutable decree of fate wandered into these moun tains last August and had never Tafound his way out In fact he wrote us stating his intention paying us a visitor a visitation ofII before returning to thehaunts the ravenous Mergenthaler and z Hoomultiple Of course we mus tered up a show of cordiality and I pressed him to come j for hadnt he and we pounded lead together j in a former state of existence in I f I Printers Heaven on the Chicka V saw bluff over against Things had got to a AhkinsawII pas with us physically unable toII labor and mentally disinclined 5 exertion we had missed two issues of THE HEUOID j printers dont grow on the persimmon trees in this immediate vicinity and we 5 felt bluevery bluoand were placidly contemplating flight or suicide when like a gallant knight of old our rescuer on last Sunday ft morning rodo into town on a fldk y t worldlyta- wrAr t belongings crammed into a yeller grip grasped tenaciously by a di minutivo Senegambian astride the fiery steed behind tho saddle We feel that for tho present our mechanical difficultiesor tho worst I of them are over but there Is noiii telling how soon the desire for tho wild dissipations of city lifo orjj for fresh fields and pastures new will seize our able assistantt when I ho may Fold up his tent like the ArahI And incontinently clear out Therefore send along your job work at onco Now is the time to subscribe iiI oldItimoIII i possum anti yam tators Since the year 1897 Russia has I produced more petroleum than the United States Beginning with thatI year tho Russian output has been increasing by an average of over 12 per cont each year to the close of 1901 In round numbers tho figures of production for tho two countries are as follows 181Russia 5400000 barrels United jI States 00000000 barrels 1 S1i Russia 02000000 barrels United States 55000000 barrels 1899 t Russia 00000 000 barrels United States 57000000 barrols 1 ORussia 70000000 barrels United States 01000000 barrels 1901 j Russia 85000000 barrels United j j States 09000000 barrels Tho average j annual increase during the five years for Russia has been 1257 per cent for the United States 289 per cent there having been a i small decrease in the production of the United States in l1897 and a i large decrease in 1898 j Gen Lord Roberts commander Willivisitfuture for the purpose of inspect ling our military system and inci having a good time H will doubtless carry back with him kinder feelings toward Americans than did his distinguished prede cessors from the right little tight little island Cornwallis Clinton Burgoyno and others j A whole lot of election prophets j know more and talk less today l than they did lust Monday It is i a good plan usually to follow the adn vice Dont never prophesy on less ye know an dont prophesy too much oven then fur its not to know nawthin than to know too darned much thet aint so Representatives of tho Smith family have applied for space fo a building at the St Louis Worlds Fair to be the headquarters of th whoullvisitinquiring genius has calculated that there are 14000000 Smiths in the world A movement is now on foot for lightr ing and trolley companies in the country The theory is that the same machinery can bo utilized for both purposes Great Britain buys over 11000- tons of German toys annually while the United States ranks nex withan importation of about G tons Gorman coffeegrowers occupy nearly 1000000 acres iu Central I America on which they have aII ready planted over 20000000 trees j I I i EDITORIAL + ERUPTIONS III Cleveland has a touch of the po litical fever He says the Demo oratic opportunity has arrived 0000 Oom Paul Kruger seems to be I fighting the war all over again but he is doing it with his pen Now I let humanity shudder 0000 There is certainly something the matter with Mexico Up to last Saturday there had been fortyfive earthquakes at San Cristobal 0000 I Mr Neely has decided to give up the fight for that 0000 which was taken from his person when he I was arrested in CubaII 1How many have our readors t- olandA dollar loaned for 100 years and compounded at 24 percent will amount in that time 25517994iU toII oooo According to the report forward ed to the French Minister of Education children of 4 years should sleep 12 hours of 7 years I1j of 4- r 9 years 10 of 12 to 14 yenra 9 to 10 and from 14 to 21 years from 9 to 10 hours 0000 Tho coal strike commission is now busily engaged in investigating the cause of all tho trouble Wo believe the arbiters will bo fair to both sides 0000 I Uncle Sam is very anxious to start work on tho Panama Canal and will commence as soon as a I i payment is made The treaty with Colombia will bo arranged after 0000 Wo are now in tho Thanksgiving month What have you had or what havo you got to bo thankful for Every person certainly has something for which to offer heart felt gratitude 0000- Irogressivo Canada estimates that tho population capacity of Canada can not be less than ono hundred millions Thorn are a million three hundred thousand squaro miles of arable land 0000 An amusing story is told of a man recently condemned to death in France who was asked accord ing to custom what ho would pro fer for his last meal He chose mussels which though his favor ito dish always he said caused him a terrible fit of indigestion grintlyladded they will not havo tho- i chance 0000 In a recent sermon Rev Dr Parkhurst referred to the revered ScientistsIIls a shrewd but conscienceless woman who lies and knows she ovenIordinary intelligence but who herIsusceptible devotees easy space for the inlodgment of her astounding conglomerate of piety and puerili tyt 0000eMore than 20000000 is invest sowingI oftmachines are turned out annually Yet the sewing machine industry is of comparatively recent growth The technical beginning of tho in dustry in this country was Sept 110 1810 when Elias Howe Jr obtained a patent for what grew into the first really practical sew ing machine 0000 Congressman Charles X Fowler ofra small boy who was oversupplied with groan apples I hail gone to see one of my constituents down Conrgressman and found him trying youngeson who had eaten too marry green apples while a Christian Science neighbor was assuring the boy that there was nothing at all tire matter with him I think I ought to know groaned the boy Ive got inside information 0000 The following startling list of strike losses is going the rounds of the press It is for the twenty three weeks of tho anthracite coal strike Loss to operators in price of coal 55100000 9700000ti0employes 000strikers 6900000 II railroads in earnings 13400000 II business men in the region 16300000 business men outside the region 10300010 Cost of maintaining Coal 2300000I650000Iin the region 850000 Damage to mints and machinery 6500WO Total 14250000 Swango Spring Sold Mr Ritteuhouse of tine Ritten house Cannell Coal Co last Monday bought of Uncle Harry Swango his celebrated mineral spring and thirty acres of unimproved land Mr Rittenhouso will at once begin the erection of a firstclass modern hotel cottages etc and lay off tho grounds with a view of making the place a summer resort that tho value of the water justifies From what is known of tho gentlemans business ability the people hero believe that we can soon boast of a anythingloftofore the accommodations havo never been adequate hundreds be ing turned away every season With modI a question of water supply and if the spring affords sufficient quan tities hundreds of people will come here during the season from May 1 to November or December i itrr2AII1 JDAYeCARRIES IN STOCK A FULL LINE OF Ladies Dress Goods Gents Furnishings Ladies and Gents Shoes I Standard Groceries Lamps and QueenswareI Cutlery and Hardware Boots Shoes Hats Caps In fact everything usually found in firstclass store E IliLR INEBY E DAY I ftftI CARRIES A COMlLhlE LINE O- FNOTIONSMILLINERY and LADIES FURNISHINGS DRESS GOODS TRIMMINGS c RIBBONS HOSE c i6rAnd sells everything so low that tho poorest may b- uyCLOtHiNGI i I have a nice lot of clothing which I intend I to close out ana if you want bargain in this line do not fail to call at once OESrAlso I will sell you shoes at 100 that I have always sc Id at 125 and the same pro portion clear tough Remember his is for CASH ONLY tJw SETHE EOPLES FRIEND THE CHICAGO POST iTHEHOME PAPERS Every FARMER should i sad daily The Chicago Post Every LIVE STOCl Shipper should read daily The Chicago Post Every PROD CE Shipper should read dally The Chicago Post Every RAIN Shipper should read dally The Chicago Post H MARKET T ECREATNEWSPAPER i YOUiSubscribe through your commission arm newsdealer or publisher ol newspa per containing tills advert somea Sample caplet sent fro oa request Address THE CHICAGO POST Chicago III I +COUNTY + DIRECTORY + HAZEL GREEN POLICE COURT H F PIKKATT Judge J M NICKEU Marshall W N XICKELL Deputy Marshall BOARD OF TUSTEES W O MIE Chairman W H CORD JoN D DAVIS JOHN M ROSE JOHN H Rose o CIRCUIT COURT Third Monday in January Fourth Monday in April and Third Monday iu September sAttprneyJ DAVID B REDWIXE Judge C G HANKS Trustee Jury Fund 0COUNTY COURT First Monday in each month JudgeWFRANK STAMPER Sheriff AttorneyJS N Horns Assessor SurveyorFRANK SuptIj MAGISTRATES COURTS TIME OF HOLDING AND OFFICIALS FIRST DISTRICT EUAS SHOCK BY Magistrate No time set for holding courtSECOND RosEJRstable Court days First Thursday in I February May August and November f Magistrate I FebruaryMayFOURTH DiarRICrR R LEGO Magistrate WM SPENCER ConstableI Court days First Friday in March June September and Decemb- eriI lI asSIXTHJ N CHAMBERS Magistrate in both districts DAVID BANKfi Constable Court days Third Friday in February May August and November SEVENTH DISTRICTB F BQLIK Magistrate PORTER CLARK Constable Court days First Saturday in March June September and December OLIVERItime for holding court Humors Come to the Surface- In pimples and other eruptions but dont run themselves all off that way They mostly remain In the lystemthats bad Hoods Sar aapxrilla removes them wards off danger jjjakcsswd health spry Take it 1 J I RailwayII Time Table in Effect October 19 1902 t EAST BOUND 4DailySunday fi If DailYJex PM LcjI IIAM Lye 2 Sw 01 o amSam 3 ti 40 40 amIam I 351ImI57Nat 9 54 am 4 49 pmIJ9 10 08 am 5 I1ImiO urillge115il 29 am 6 11 26 amIW1lOj6 15 11 30 am WEST BOUND No3DilYlexSunday1 I 1 11 IISunday 10 10 0 9 8 25 37 nUlOIIJlCklion11 20 pm 3tl pro 8 S 01 26 211211r 30 01 pm pm 7 47 am ItiJ Clay City 7 2l5ata 70 LSEJunn 703Di pm 11mIImja um 0 E BRANCH EAST BOUND IDal1YJex 3 30 0 Jackson 0 1120 335 G Junction 6 11 26 52I5 10 10 eie City 20 12 22 28S45PMI RR WEST BOUND So2DailyexSunday0 l15 9 Jackson 2 35 23182S8 I15 13 Hanjj tonJl3 1 52 7 35 20 Lee City 7 2J 32 Helcchawa Il1II 0A1 forCannelKentucky daypXos 1 and 2 connect nt L E Junction SterliusnnlilocalpointsNrfi IleattyvilleJunction dailyexceptManagerCHASSCOTTUenPa o TlL MoRGAN B P A riH d f- rT 4 niiualiiN JAlaosiKb J1IreIL remedy or nerToulpmniOiOn And alt I thereneratlronrram lnrortoIManIoodImpotoncyi oteltherexnelaKerrrn4lrotralnerhlgbtlyImtulcrayeuthfuli I la s StentalWorryerrelreuaeotTMecoorOplumwhlehleadtoi twerlreawnuaanteeWraroorretnndtLemnnPr eWetBlWtpeheit w oNMrOO DR MOMtJJlEUIVALCOcrenldlIat y H LYONS LEWIS HYLTON Lyons JHLy1toDKALERS IN General MerchandiseMAYTOWN KENTUCKY I RIVING demonstrated that THEY SELL GOODS CHEAPER THAN ANYBODY invite tho people of hazel Green and vicinity to call and inspect thoir stock and learn prices We realize that this sounds like Carrying Coals to Newcastle On the other j hand The Proof of the Pudding is in Chewing tho Bag atd if you will only give us the chance we will make you a satisfied customer II F PIERATT II C QUICKSALL H F PIERATT i CO DEALERS IN e 1GeneralMerchandise10000 uul00 00 00 0 000 10 000001 ooouo 00 00 c t oooooooooo I 0 I 0 110 0 000 000 II HOD Live Stock and 7 Country Produce j YOU WANT CHEAP GOODS COME i I THE CASH as that is the only safe v i anti reliable way to do business PLEASE DO NOT ASK spf2CREDIT I I Very I H F PIERATT CO I p lle IWInvite RESTORED MANHOOD IIF parties now indebted to mo f call and settle or there will IIAll HOT TIME IN THE OLD TODAY as am deter to windup all my outstand 4 t IImined Thanking you for patronage and more especi yfgoods 4I44- I 4 IH F PIERATT lr N j CECIL SIaPIOfdUHCU1Grocers Have in Stock and Sell Low for CASH following goods APPLLE BUTTER 15c quart jar JELLIESall kinds 3 glasses 25c PEACH LEAF LARD 15c per pound SUGAR She to Ole per pound COFFEE best in town 121c BONNIE ROLLED OATS lOc package SWEET POTATOES canned 15c 2 for KRAUT 3pound can lOCo CORN JOc per can PEAS 2 cans C HARNESS BRIDLES GRANITE WARE Ac Everything first claaa and fresh and YOU SAVE MONEY on everything you buy of us W T CA8KEY HAZEL GREEN KY Dealer in General Merchandise I and Country Produce HAS NOW ON HAND A LARGE well selected stock of Dry Goods Notions GENTS FURNISHING GOODS LADIES AND GENTS TIES READYMADE CLOTHING HATS AND CAPS BOOTS AND SHOES PATENT MEDICINES DRUGS OILS c tic a6In fact everything usually kept in a 6rst class general store Call and ex amine his stock and hear his prices will treat you nicely HeII ROSE DUNNING I PRACTICAL BLACKSMITH AND WACONMAOS HAZEL GREEN Kl the attention of the vi1cinity p roved facilities for blacksmithing and wagon eking aa well repair work of all kind echanicainsuresall work entrusted to them an satisfac casesBuggym king are Your respectfullyappreciatedROSE 4 DUN i 3- t JIPl t Z 1 I a EL- j BROS the CADOVA 25c 25c c aa OLD FATHER TIME Has made remarkablo changes in tho manufacture of WATCHES AND CLOCKS iWe carry a line of Newest Designst and latest improved timepieces PRICES RANGE FR- OMsoBiosooDpwanit t y Remomberuswhenyoubarthat FRED J HEINTZ f East Main Street Opposite Phojnix Hotel LEXINGTONa TREESII TREES I TREES 4Y THE MILLION GrapeVines Archand ploy no agents but sell direct Catalogue on application Both phonesrfH F HILLENMEYER a LEXINGTON N KY nID1 1 GETLOURNOTEREAD8lII 1J1 f 5 4 t- oJItI E IIE AL 0 lneUflatlsmiWhat is ta use oT tcllinR the rhcumatlo that be feats as if his k iiits were being dislocated t He knows that his sufferings are very much llkr the tortuns of tfte tack What hf Stut moo Is what will per nuncntly run his disease That M iv rliiig to thousands of grateful lcstlmoiiiiK ii- xHoods Sarsaparilla It promptlyi nt itmiizj the raid in tho Wad oahi ti lit liMMbc depends com nlfteiy ilinvnVis it aril KlmiLtlwits th- eeystcmarainttsarn Try Hoods fjgr A X nark scows that your tune I Is np and unless yen renew at once yon may not pet tho paper next week xj jorYmtnfiouTn- VcLyonsI vi ts mlh tevlrvnin1rfri UrtlwuwlI1i 21tttit i1 txnt ltHkmii fp T 1 j A j UyImnulr undrAlcrnumueuns IrlrtSc lrHkf rt tt tt E takeEE f clear your complexion is IHoods JSay S3111rilltitslIloTHE CHEAPEST f t Tho two struts now being graded i near tho Academy will old very t much tc the beauty of that part of i town Pres Powers and wifof IJil11 wore visiting Mr Powers t MrsMattioI IPerking of Lacy tu creek last wk- r The nw Academy building was formally received hethe commit tee last week and will ho dedicated on Thanksgiving day Prof Cord thinks of having an oyster supper on the oecastui to help raise funds for the cottacS r h lnrriHlon Oct 2t5 at Rush ton Ill nines Amp and Miss 1 Etta James Mr Amyx is from b Mt Sterling and is a so i of PnF r Amyx while Miss James is a nn tive of this county and a daughter of Mrs Angelina James I j Deweese Wilgus who will hre memberfd as the head bricklayer t- onff the academy1 is again Ihere at j 6r o work and contemplates rbis family hero for l rmfin1l10lUHI idence that he may have i vantage of low rent anti a number j LexI1OgtonI II F Picrattit Co hnvo bought tthe stock of goods from Wilson t Co at Neola and on Monday be gun invoicing the same muchor I all of which thwill merge with j their merchandise at this plceILater Since tho above was put in tppo it iis learned that Mr John I son has bought property at ton Ill BUShI Tho rumor is current here that options have been secured upon every foot of coal lland between i Hekchawa and Daysboro and the opinion prevails that this means the extension of the 0tC Kor rather a branch of that road to Hazel Green This opinion is much j C strengthened by tho purchase of- tt Swango spring as Mr Rittenhouso is believed to bo u man of too much business sagacity to invest in property at a distance front railway communication t Oscar McNabb last week bought of Burns Kash his firm lying about a mile north of Hazel Green on the State road for 2000 cash a t The place comprises about 200 I acres and just moderate improve menu Prior to buying Mr IcI Nabb took a tour through Coles and some other counties of Illi nois and then concluding that Old Kentucky was ggood enough and that Hazel Green offered es pecial educational advantages he t closed the deal fflaylor Johnson who left here a two months ago for Kansas is now on route for My Old Kentucky Home At any rate his son Gar rett accompanied by Curtis Pie raft recently discharged from the 1arill started on the 21st inst from Parker Kansas to drivo Mr Johnsons team through But ho will locate atWest Liberty rather urIrowsho fears his friends lucre would i uU1thorizeda embraceaho will not bo noticed Physical Culture Under tho instruction of George Dyer the students of Hazel Gree Academy are now able to take Iloe sons in physical culture and ov ry young man and young lady should iF improve the opportunity Only F thoso who have suffered fronBick k r i ness can appreciate the blessings of perfect health and thoso who master oscapofroma healthy holy makes a healthy mind and tho timo required to profitablestudyItmen tho world over as one of tho most important lessons taught alreadydomonstrnted yond a doubt And the cost We a month for each student ono les son a day is a mere bagatelle i Good Roads Wanted How many of Hazol Greens res j dents realize the beauty of their i I towns surroundings the superb theIlxtontnaturalIi roved Very few we opine Wero thisij wo should have good roads in every direction and especially to tho nearest railway station that man kind in general and the rest of the world might have facilities for reaching slid enjoying the de lights of our salubrious climate and unsurpassed views of moun tain and plaits A wellmade mac udamiztd road to Hulechawa the most pressing immediate want would be worth hundreds of thou sands of dollars in mone3 and re turn untold pleasure and comfort tv ourselves uUitl our visitors great numbors of whom would naturally Hock hither in the summer months Who will head tho subscription list to that lndl j RbeumaKIDNEY Graft BACKACHEAll DladdcrnndCUREe Sold by 11 F Pieratt Hazel linen Ky Academy Notes Pearro Hall Hazel Green Acad jemys now building on Harrison Heights will be dedicated Thanksgiving Day tho 27th inst Miss Mary A Lyons State C W- It Morgan or of Ohio will de llerttheme will bo The Oak and the CornerstoneSurely former students and friends and patrons of Hazel Green Academy will bo hero on Thanks giviug Day The pastor and members of the theIunion service at tho Christian church last Sunday evening Tho theme was Tho Christian Citi zenAt an appointed time in this month tho citizens friends patrons andstudents of Hazel Green Academy will be asked to plant trees on the academy campus What is in tho way of develop ing all the mineral springs in tho vicinity of Hazel Green What do our citizens say to organizing the Hazel Green Mineral Springs Company to develop the springs and attract people hither for the summer season Maude Dora Millard daughter- of Mr and Mrs John B Millard died at the home of her parents on Sunday morning 2d inst She was a student at Hazel Green Academy for two sessions leaving hero last June She was interred Monday in the family buryingground near Bloomington in Magoffin county With H Cord conducted the funeral services in tho presence of a numerous gathering of sorrowing friends and relatives Win H Cord recently delivered an address on Tho Mountain Prob tom at Millersburg before tho Y P S C E convention of tho Fourth Kentucky district Advertisement Notice To all whom it may concern Notice is hereby given that on or about the 12th day of October 1897 I gave to one Jesse W Con gleton six promissory notes of 50 each and one of 10 duo and pay able ono each year on the 12th day of each succeeding year in October until eachof said notes were paid Please take notice that Ilya11 agreement between said Jesse W Congleton and myself all matters of debt existing between us by note or otherwise leas by mutual consent been arbitrated and settled and I do not owe said jg ttuJeUm ono cent or other I amo mtbusaid notes or other wise and all persons are hereby warned to not buy said notes or any part thereof expecting me pay same This 5th day of toII vo nber 1902 JAMES SMIT- HPomoroyton Ky 18 r I oiPoeis i The Bank of Hanson paidup capital 20000 has opened for business at Madisonvillo Vandals plundered the Danville News office and pied the newspaper forms Saturday night Mrs Mary Smiths residence at I Frankfort was destroyed by fire Sunday Loss 3000 j partially I insuredThe boat gas well in the Morga- countyj field was shot by tho Pebble I Land and Oil Co on Elk Fork j MondayIt stated that Pigg Taylor a 13yearold negro boy and two cows have died of hydrophobia at Valley View Madison county At Pilot View near WinchesterI Sunday Miss Laura Williams 10 was accidentally shot by WillieI Jones a visitor and died Monday morningWash Sharf a respected negro OaklandIthe Bowling Green jail to prevent lynching Tom McCormicks big stock barn near Mt Sterling burned Sunday with two horses a wagon and con sidorablo provender Loss 1000 IncendiaryPoter Wiles 62 exMaster Commissioner of Harrison County Court and exConfederate soldier is dead at Baptist that county of heights disease The Bryloy oil well near Bar bourvillo is a tremendous gusher and ia flooding tho adjacent land Ilichland creek is said to be bank full of escaping oil In a headon collision of Illinois Central freight trains near Padu cah Sunday 30000 damage was donoincluding the killing of 2000 worth of beef cattle Henry Sizemore was drowned in tho Kentucky river between Proc tor and Beattyville Sunday He j rocked the boat but had neglected i the art of swimming i County Judge Lightfoot of Mc Cracken county has decided that the Legislature has no power to impose penalties for violation of rules made by boards of health Capt Calhoun has returned to Frankfort with the approved pay rolls of tho Kentucky troops who I served in the Spanish war The II men will receive their money j about 50 eachin December THE ORIGIN OF GOLF Game Wa Pint Pkyd br a Seoteb akpkrd with Ills ad a Pcbbl elo1III The man or woman who has become interested in golf must need knuYi something of its origin over in Scotland In his book rhe Art of Golf iI Sir W G Simpson tells the following i pretty story as to how the game its beginning badII A shepherd lleading his sheep pebblei would trike it away for it is as table that a man with a stick ineviII hand should aim a blow at any luoaeII object lying in his path as that he j j should breathe Over pastures green I i this led to nothing but once upon time a certain shepherd feeding WaII sheep on a links perhaps that of Andrews rolled one of these stones into a rabbit scrape Mary quoth he I could not do that if I tried a thought which nerved him to the attempt But a man cannot long persevere alone In anyardu Otis undertaking so Mr Shepherd hailed another who was hard by to witness the endeavor That is easy said the friend and trying failed Theynow searched the grass for the roundest stones and having deepened the rabbit scrape so that the tont8I might not Jump out of It they set themselves to practice putting The stronger but less skillful shepherd finding himself worsted at the amusement protested that it was a fairer test of skill to play for the holeI from a considerable distance WithI this arranged the game was found to be much more varied and interesting The sheep having meanwhile stTaedI the shepherds had to go after them This proving an exceedingly irkIsome interruption they hit upon the ingenious device of nailing a circular course of holes which enabled them to play and herd at the same time These holes being now many and far apart it became necessary to markI their whereabouti which was easily done bj means of a tag of wool from aIsheepattached to a stick a primitive kind of flag still used on many greens almost in its original form Since these early days the essentials of the game have altered but little BeotMMBa Precise Follr Maj James V Pond of worldwide repute as a pilot of celebrities of the concert stage and the lyceum tells of a waiter a Scotsman of whom he once inquired the exact time to leave to catch the morning boat plying be tween the river town where he was visiting and the next stopping place on his itinerary Weel I canna tell ye jist whit time twill be but if yell leave five min uites afore ye see the steamer comin roon the pint yell jist be in time to cotck it sir Philadelphia Times Goodbye Mr White i IJ t t 26oort ffin3 l Costed with stale eggs glue and other things are not fit to drink LionOoffs8 is pure uncoated coffeefresh strong well flavored orm 1- 0mturQ gad tr hew Mourn Herb Salvo cures cuts burns tetter chapped hands etc and is guaranteed to euro or no pay For sale by T Gordon Wells Hazel Green Ky Keep It in Your Home And when the bowels fail to act properly take a dose of LYONS LAXATIVE SYRUPIt acts gently but effectually on the kidneys liver and bowels will keep your system in good working order and nape your complexion clear CreekWFor 28c in 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looked like a dead titan rather than a living one Diaifs Kidney 1ills procured at tilt Logan Drug Cob More were a blessing to S me half a box relieved me three boxef entirely cured inc- A VKKKI TUIUI of this great Lid t ney medicine which cured Mr Mc Laughlin will be mailed mi applica t 1tinnto any part of the United States Address Fo ter Milhurn ItutValo N V Fur sac hall ilmtrjjists price 50 cents per b- oxABSOLUTE SECURITY Genuine Carters Little Liver Pills Must boar Signature of I I5ccFacSlmllo Wrapper Below Very email anil aa oujr I 10 lake as rugar j HEADACHECARTERS t I ITTLEFOR BIUOUSNESS ti I LlVEIIIt I I FOR THE COMPLEXION i I 21 Price CIIItI IIogLCD ju 1 1CURESICK HEADACHE I I 1U INVESTMENT i The Preferred Stock of the ttilW1 LLI Douglas scho Capital Stock 2000000 q SltOOOOOO Preferred Stock SIOOOooo Common Stock I i I Shares S 1 0O each Sold at Par 11 Dnlj Preferred Stock offered for sei I W L Djaglas retains aU Common Sleek I IwitoTed yoiir money at r or1415 a bra thX 1 J foi u rrrtriTpit Siwk pay lul I 1IlIuor o1 otfPo1bhduIIrlIlm ii jlii woiill iii f ttotVLI301o ttOtorncnowhtltvftt Ihi 1 ti4isti ret ntheaOtvtLeit- p I Tttn ktitOfi is vt Ott rate tIoyrIpapat It xta I u Irtettin4nt pvr 1 I ae IJhrttI In IIprGItnz Mt ideLI I 16ntT1t us nlyo In I nitIro-OmaII The hil otOaSis I IIp1n r- pAnl nuln It I r nIh- aIar4yrartty 111 lIun an f h r In 1lerEdUak T 0 atbnIyarintlteI I nOt T rrnbir 1 S rJumulI II 1iWTmirltrerTb to trI ntvOzn a C t at IreIatrythy at I at1tkn to te iI Ia krtI5 ttaO ttrltwtU tOrt II etpat a lot aft IT I v The leue t ito nOrring Oar trelrnd 5ok Icy oIe to cc PC tctanttIfII I I Ito n tt oe tntnoc in the t 0 yuurIlIon torrtuedhersyen I IrceI rrWEi 5MbtTTaR fThlsH BR uLTY DJCKSDYOUTi GUARAiTU ASrt YOUR DEALER Penn CAao- A 1 TOVCR coorosnZAR n 0- FA np H ITAIT TIfT en T YII ottziul s3I ccjti- ItMMa pa SIII- I Dcacira t Ip GUN POWOER iWAN TED eg IOI g arI l D I io4trq THE CUBAN MINISTER He Gives His Opinion on the Commercial Treaty Washington Nov 1 Senor Quesa dn Cuban minister to tho United States Friday In commenting on the negotiations now being conducted for a commercial treaty Is a purely com mercial convention treaty between Cu ba anti this country said Tho reciprocity treaty Is a purely commercial convention and has noth ing to do with any other political ques tions which may arise between the two governments and has absolutely nothing to do with the Platt amend ment Tho Cuban government has been studying the draft of tno treaty submitte1 by Secretary Hay and has been consulting tho different interests in the Island and the custom house receipts as well and in duo time will return It with observations and modifi cations deemed for the interest of Cu ha and which at the same time will not hurt the Interests of the United States It has been shown by past experience luring tho reciprocity arrangement under Mr maim that the commerce between both countries ma terially Increased and it is expected that under any reciprocal arrangement between the two countries and the fig tires will be still higher than they were ten years ago when they reached upward of 100000060 Mr Quesada said that the best of feeling existed between the Cubans anti Americans the proof of it being that every steamer arriving at Havana antI other ports brought a great many American investors who not only were putting money in the island but were establishing themselves there He spoke of tthe popularity of MinisterJ Squiers and the gratitude of the Cu hans to too United States for services which were rendered When asKcd regarding tho proposed coaling stations In Cuba Mr Quesada said that four days before President McKinley was shot ho had at the in stance of Estrada Palma gone to Can ton and secured from the president a fiolmen promise that while ho was chief executive he would not give Ms consent to the establishment of a nasal station at Havana anti that Iresi dent Roosevelt knew of the promise VENEZUELAN REVOLUTION Castros Troops Will Attack the Rev olutionists From the Rear Willemstad Island of Curacao So- v10no thousand Andino troops front Maracaiba Venezuela disembarked at Puerto Cabello Friday and marched at once to Valencia to join the govern ment forces there which number about 1500 men They will attack the revolutionists from the rear ac cording to the present arrangement anti at the same time that the government forces under President Castro at tack the enemy in front President Castro has left La Vlcto ria and gone in the direction of Villa de Cure lie left only 1700 men at La Victoria A ropoit has reached here thut forces under Gen Gomez have been routed with considerable loss by Insurgents near San Matco Gen Gomez is vice president of Venezuela anti has been operating with President Castro OVERCOME BY GAS Fcur Men Are Dead and Three Other Seriously Affected Niagara Falls N Y Nov IDy a sudden rush of gas supposed to have been sulfurated hydrogen four men were killed end three seriously affect ed lIar the 21tn street heading of Vie big tunnel trunk sewer Friday night Thirteen men were working on the sewer They hail started a heading at a new level anti had loaded up a blast which was to be discharged Aft er leading they walled back about 225 feet between the heading and the shaft at 24th street but before they could reach the shaft four of the men feb to the floor of the tunnel over which a considerable stream of water was flowing Tho others becoming alarmed pushed hcad to the shaft Foreman Mulroy was the first to reset tie surface a distance of 50t feet ant gave the alarm George Rhodes was ascending in the bucket when ho was over come by the gas antI fell from the bucket to the bottom of the shaft Sev en tIters succeeded In getting out GUILTY OF MANSLAUGHTER Herbert B Marble Sentenced For One Year and Fined One Dollar New Haven Ct Nov IHerbert B Marble of New York city In the su pcrior court Friday was found guilty of manslaughter and sentenced to one year In jail mel fined one dollar While driving an automobile on the Wfllingford turnplk Marble struck s vehicle occupied eyJohn Molzc ant his son The former was thrown out anti received injuries from which ho died later Marble was chauffeur In the employ of a New York automobile manufacturer The Cabla Completed Ottawa Ont Nov ISir William Mizlnck sent congratulatory telegrams Friday to Joseph Chamberlain colo nal secretary Sir Edmund Darton Australia and Premier Seddon of New Zealand on the completion of the Pa cific cable Gen Booth in Torcnto Toronto Nov ICile officers lead ing dignitaries of the church the pro mier and members of the legislature of Ontario have taken part In the wel come extended to Gen Booth of iat Salvation army WilJ Be Given More Time Manila Nov 1A telegram has been received here from Gen Sumner at Zamboanga Mindanao saying ho h disposed to give the Bacolod Mores moro time in which to make peace be foro capturing and destroying theii strongholds Man and Wife Charged With Murder TJostoilTXnv 1 IDaniel Sullivan and his wifo Mary were arrested in Charlestown charged wild the row der of Jeremiah Mahoney In this tono ment houEO where tho gylUvuQ ind Mahonoy rfnsnlllciJ llvo o I BACKACHES Backache is a forerunner nndIone of the most common symptoms of kidney trouble and womb displacementtREAD MISS BOllMANS EXPERIENCE j 0 Some time ago I was in a very weak condition my work made me nervous and mv back ached frightfully all thin time and I had terrible headaches 0 My mother got a bottle of Lydia E Pinklmms Vegetable Com I pound for me and it Seemed to strengthen my back anti help me ct once and I did not get s o tired zsIbefore continued to take it and i ittI brought health and strengths to me and I want to thank you for the good it has done mcMzss ICvrn UOLLMAJT Hind St Wales Ave New York City SZOOOfrfelt eo JIabate litterproving ftnjiacneu cannot I Lydia E Plnkliams Vegetable Compound cures because it in tho greatest Jknown remedy for kidney and womb troubles Every woman who is puzzled about her condition should write to MrsIMnkham at Lynn Mass and tell her nil SURE OF APPLAUSEI Sarahl lId a 5iaI TnaiiR Stat Sb Wn iolnic to Rrrrlvr One loud handhThat the thratikjl elastic iis not confined to 1iylime tsan ileniontiated lxynnd all haiimv of iloubt to the tcsttr who sac i drilling the unU for the cxrm v in one of the public chool relates the New YorkI lutttecll cInrriouatVe over whom the aiialmr Yoarii workJIe j1t in tle name of 3f1hIVhfti Si I ah licgan to ttulkall her voral organs tiu k joyful holiday and retired in favor lIf rer iio e In vain the lracherIlirfrgrJ s ml irnploiol Urali ftiil clung to lcr irorou ae Then the tiJcher thieat t nrdjrah i he aittif you dont try to t do hotter you will fail utterly cad then Low will yt u feel Oh tiicyil spllaud me fis UrownIreturned SaraH cilmolI her iii KUI to oiive my little brother Andy ten rente ani if he tina t hrpin lappin the hIUfItJithinI Tour I nlj Train to Pt InulMInne- npolls c la ChlraKoA XOrIlUHt- rn Hniltvr tiLetorttbniirchoiiti t ttarti 10 p m FatcietJuc Mot eoniplcte and luxurioua fuipmfnt in tneVeft Dining car crvire udtfrrillliHnearettttI I ruth Avmue Cbcjgo IIIJ Ilizxlrd the tpert Theta is a strange hotly in your atsopliaiju faid the cijicrt manipulator of tin Xray Vt aid the subject 1 have felt it there era week or two hiI raiiimt tell however proceeded the tcieiiti t whether it i your mining fale teeth or ore of your wifes ulcuilIIdtuuoic American rtrtJlIK Foote New York Driimmrr I see a Ihiladcl nJroundChicago Drummer VelI that usa pnouch tt make hm fzinou wasnt it outer StatesmanI rOlehabuthbeaboutin vigorouohealthl I storiacii the liver and iidntyetrorig and aclive Uurilucl Blood Hitters docs it havebeen t crude sloppy statesmen tint it iin not al any stays ntoteltok- t cay to decide which way they luintlil t nightltchtttg I iropertics of Donns Ointment Never I fail At any drug ntotC SU cent spotimsehtraccri I ability to arrange the spots jJrlituallIPuck l D not believe lio Cure for Consump tion lias an fIlial fur coughs anl1 coldsJIF Uoyer Trinity Springs lad 15 1900 I Possibly frarkne would not seem to j brutal if we were more accustomed to it IndianapoIU New Putnam Fadeless Dyes produce the brihtii eit and fastest cCllouICbsctiiity furnishes a good pedestal for ating fame Uams horn I H r2 MILLION BOTTLES ttttbLD EVERY YEAR I mUhats ee I HEADACHEBURNSSPRAINS RHEUMATISMNEURALGIA Ht uexternal remedy can bo applied It scenT I deIlantuages accompany erery bc- tteCONQUERSI LN PAIN C 7 THE SUNDAY SCHOOL Leiion In the International Series for November 0 lOOSJoihnm- rvrtlnff Advice TIn LESSON TEXT Jofhua r41425 14 Now therefore fear the lord and serve Shim In sincerity and In truth and put away the Rods which your fathers served on the other tide of the flooCv and In Kgypt and serve ye the Lords And If It eem evil unto you to fen- the Lord choose you this day whom ye wilt serve whether the gods which your fa there served that were on the other fide of the tlood or the goda of the Anionic In who e land ye dwell but ae for me and my house we will serve the Look 16 And the people answered and saId God forbid that we should forsrake tho lord to serve other cods 17 For tim Lord our Ooif lie It Is that brougbt us up ard our fathers gUt of the lard of KKVPI from the houte of bondage and which dill tho great sIgns In our tight uni prernd us In all the way where in we went and nmonR all the people through whom we passed IS And the Lord trove out from before all the people even the Amorites which dwelt In the lland therefore will we also serve the Lord for He Incur God 19 And Joshua tald unto the people Ye serve tic Iord for He Is an holy o He IIK a jeiluur Goth He will not forgive your trar fnreslom nor our Ins 10 If ye forsake the Lord aid tervt ftrarKe goOn thin lie will turn and do you hurt and consume you after that Ha hath done you Rood 1 Ard the people said until Joshua Nay but we will acne the lord 22 Ard Joshua said unto the people Ye are wltntsei against ourselves that ye have chosen you the lurd to serve Him Antl they mid We are witnesses 23 Now therefore put away alt he the trJng goes which are arroiiR 3otI and Incline your heart unto the lord God of Israrl 24 AliiJ the iKOpIotaM uitii Joslua Thn Lord our God will wt serve and His voice will we nbey Jt So Joshua mal a covenant with the people that day aid srt them u statute and an oicJrarcr in Shoehorn CiOlllKA TKT fhoorip you tItle dar ivlioni r will cercJoh JM i5 OlTIINKI OK SCKHTtKAL SECTION The ctet Hf tte 1cvitiK Jorh rxU The misapprehensionI Josh xxII JnMiuac chiiiRu to heeldoreJoelt saUl Joshua obarsr to the peopeJoh Jlrly JoshuaV death Josh ilua TIMEit t1411311614- 1111AlEShloh TiiniiutliMrali and Ehechem NOTES ANt COMMENTS Tin ities of the Ievites With tidiys lesson we tt the comple I ion of t Ice division of the land among the Itribes Only the levites who were set apart to the Lord re mained Joshua now located them in cities here and there throughout Ithe country Irobal ly the whole city in each east was not turned titer to them hilt only such part alt was needed vjth the privilege of pastur ing cattle in tIle suburbs as tIle strip of pasture laud just outside tIt cityi will was called Thus Heb ron hail to haH been given to Caleb I111I I ami also to the Levite I I 2115Iltt MisunderstandingI The in lignut inn ol till jeople over the ac liIIC Ithe two anti a half depart ma tribes in building the altar by the Jordan was natural They seemed to louse forsaken Jehovah which would have amounted to a de claration of war and it was feared that lecauc Ithey ei Hibrews the whole nation would be punished Note the desire of the ten tribes to settle Ithe matter peaceably if pos sible and Ithat unfold suffering wan averted by iatience in dealing with a suspicion that was afterwards found to be groundless Tin Charge to the Elders In chapter xxiii we have the tlrst of Joshuas two farewell addresses In it he urges them to itt faithful to the law and to avoid all intercourse with the Cnnaanitf The Charge tiltlie 1eople The second of Itile addresses scat to those of the people who were gathered at the sanctuary at Sliechem Joshua reviews tIe goodness of od front the tIp of the patriarchs on and makes that a reason why the people should abandon the ancestralI idols still worshipped more or less among them and lull1eltouh onlyNow therefore llecaiise of lods goodness Ieyoml Ithe river Reyond the 111i pit rates in Mesopot amia whence Abraham had come Choose yoi thisi day wjom ye will sen tFiiiie of rededication tn- Gn1 sire necessary Joshua put the ease for Jehovah just as strongly as he knew bow and then left IhlIe vision with the people Ye cannot Serve Jehovah Joshua sifined tn say lItI i no small matter tItlei erviiugitt Jehovah rill he lis holy anti expects his people to list holy lives Are you sure you are equal to if It yon tire unfaithful yon must expect to reap the reward of unfaithfulness Ilinn you counted the Coatut away foreign gods ISegin at once You must be wholly ids or tint att all Joshua made a covenant with ttho people He acted for Jehoalt declaring the mutual obligations which both parties Jchorih andI the people assumed This was probably lone with impressive ceremonies judging fron Kx 190 antI Deut 291Joshuas Heath After the renew ng of the cevenaut this sturdy sol lier felt that lie cotiltl liP itt Peace The following paragraph 110 toes two other noted men who were also buried in Ephrnim POINTED PARAGRAPHS Xr one wants to put out the fe tunic tvho is ablaze with diamonds A nan of high birth iione who occupks an upper in a bleeping car When n man barely misses the last train he experiences a feelingof gonenessA is a good deal like a streetcar A man can always catch it when hedoesn t want It There Iis something funny about a rabbits tail probably because brev ity is the soul of wit Any man who loudly asserts that he can take n drink or let it alone sel dom allows it to get lonesome Ini most cases it isnt what thu young man earns that makes him rich its what the old man saved The new office boy knows more about running a business nt the end of his first week than his boss will ever know When an American heiress refuses to wed a nobleman it may be that she considers herself a lIttle too rich for fes Wood Cblcpgol Unity New t iJ WORD FOR WOkD ihe Reporters CoMplIed to the Letter Tfllh the Wiebes of lh IpraVtr f It i not A new plaint among Irgulatira end other loquacious bodies that the shorthand report U not nil that it should be but if the reporters tide U lew frequently presented it is not because there iis noth log to be laid A member of a committee found fault so the Chrutian Endeavor World rays with the way thsir speeches were reported his own in itarticiilar were printHei neither did he want them embroidereJ lie wanted them to come out in the piper txactly as he made them So did the memo ben who spoke next whereupon the short lelhlllIporters oucht not to Tie the ones to judge of what ii important not to rat what hould lie left nut lttitthp member rca only judge of what in important A 1 as my peechuu the reports as what I say In reporte1 sometime no onenobody can understand from the report what it iiwiiat I mean So it strike meit ias truck me certnin matters things that iipptar of importance ar sometimes left out omitted The teport rIbe papers point are reported I mean to make a lurid statement what the paper thinks of interest ts reported IllrJereore In Drarrr What iis the difference between a mcao iua2A is a man wife talking to him and a diall lIt a I IIfe TownIopicsWhere II Originated RobbinI1 didnt think you had any idea of marrying the widow olherI JirkII sic Harry can you change a five dollar lull for me Harry 1 gurf Io producing the nOle3e here you are IhtTh1I1k old cnappie when III get a tivedolpr lull I xvill hand it to lngflttteit Tran criit 01I Dr August lKoemss Hambuii Breast I lIonOIl1I i It Iloen i ntaLait difference how mme people ilo Ihmg1i hey always get them wrong Irtdunjpoli New I I tk ifliccoI Not wi 1iiu Syicp cities little coM cure big rold too Joan to the vety veige of conumplioii u Some prrjil fceni to think that industry tlolnJlantIIiDipiitlienii iebtvctl ill IICllly tairutitco Alnio t miriculoi Dr Thomas Kdertnc 01 At any drug StOiC j lren does rut make the wonton but it laily2ettNenOre h i haplmeuiiuckEarly jenUIChio1la Fortune can taktaway riches but not uaurageSenccaIt much gold leaf to cover the pupil tf the eyeliatn Horn MARKET REPORT Cincinnati Nov 1 CATTLECommon 3 25 tlJ 4 Co butcher steers 5 75 tfp G 25 CALVESExtra 8 50 HOGS Ch packers C 50 C 60 Mixed packers 6 25 6 45 SHEEPrExtra 3 20 1 3 35 hAMBS Extra Qt 7 50 FLOUR Spring pat 31 85 t 4 10 WHEAT No 2 red 8 7- 4No3 red ti 70h CORNNo 2 mixed GO OATS No 2 mixed O IlYE No 2 G 5- 3IIAYCh timothy 11 00 fll4i 25 PORK Clear cut 18 73 LARD Steam CHI 23 BUTTER Ch dairy ff 17l Choice creamery u 26 Vi APPLES Fancy tp 2 50 POTATOES Per bbl 1 CO f 1 75 TOBACCO New 3 00 li 00 Old 795 16 00 Chicago lLOUR Win patent 3 40 Q 3 50 WHEAT No 2 red 70tf 71Vt CORNNo 2 mixed 52 tf 5- 5OATSNo2 mixed 6f 27- 7UYINo2 Q 40 i PORK Mess 1C 50 1C G2 LARD Steam 10 70 10 85 New York ILOUR Win strls 3 45 tl 3 55 WHEAT No 2 red p 77H CORN No 2 mixed t6i 7i OATSNo 2 mixed tiJ 34 JlYE Western 45 19 JOHK Mess IS 50 01875 LARD Steam Q 11 25 Baltimore 7130uthernSamllle I C RNNo 2 mixed ft 5L OvTS No 2 mixed 331rC vTTLE Butchers 4 CO 5 10 HOGS Western 7 00 7 20 Louisville WHEAT No 2 red 0j i2- CORNNo2 mixed 63 OATSNo2 mixed 30 ij 30U PORK Mess 01750 LARD Steam 010 75 Indianapolis WHEAT No 2 red 0 71 CORN No 2 mixed 0 53 OATSNo 2 mixed 20 CT 23 J PERUNA CURES CATARRH a OF KIDNEYS EVERY Tij i f O I r a c s 7 DANGEROUS KIDNEY DISEASES CURED Ienina trrating a National Sensalion in the Cnre of Cbrouic Ailments of the Kldnrvs 2 MajorT II Iars of the First Wisconsin Cavalry regiment writes from 14J5 Dunnin btrLctCliiiUKO I II the follow lug letter Foryean 1 suffered with catarrhof the kidneys contracted In the army Medicine did not help me any until a comrade who had been helped by Pc runs advised mc to try It I bought some at once and soon found blessed relief I kept taking It lour months and am now well and strong and feel better than I have done for the past twenty years thanks to Pcruna n T II Mars Cih1InllsI everybody wants tto know what nrdi cine I nut using I recoicnuiid P nina loeverybodvand some hiatecotntntiuetil- to use it The folki I say that if Dr hat tiiians IIlldiiIll CII rS cue it must be gicat John Vance Mr J Brake ol Peirolca Ontario Canada writes Four years ago I hind a severe attack of llri hts dls ease which brought me so low the doctor said nothing more could be done for me I began t3 take Peruna and Manalln and In three months I was a well man and have continued so ever since J BrllkeI nuts the the the accumu prevents great aetion the IfUII Aitluenppearaneeoftlufirstsvmptom2O Offer will this and it once and reeem 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