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the sun, if all this coal were extract- It is also the action of the sun which i E A STI N E R0 S
ed and burned in one vast coniia- sets in motion great volumes of air. 0
gration, the heat produced would to form winds, so that when we eni- Keep a full line of the Celebrated
not equal that emitted by the pow— ploy wind—mills as a lnotor power
erful luminary in the onc thon— we are only utilizing energydifi'used CCStudent” ShOe
sandth part of one single second. from the sun. This constant in- '
These estimates of the sun's heat draught upon the solarenergy which , i ‘ 1 .~ 7 , _ ‘ _
are based ”1, the fact that it is radi- has been continual for many ages PRICILS BROM $2 TO to. Special discount to Students.
ated equally in all directions, and Inust of necessity cause the orb of
there seems to be nowellestablished day to grow dim, and our present , , , , . -,
reason why it should not do so. So system of stars and worlds as we 8/ . .. . ,
far as we can see. only a very small now see it cannot be an eternal one. gMOIZI/l1o , ,
per cent. .ot'rall this radiation ever The hot bodies are continually. giv— ‘ 3
reaches a resting,r place. The earth ing up their heat to the colder ones, 55 E Main St
, receives only about one two-billionth and there is a steady and unremit— ' ' '
part of the whole, while the remain- ting tendency toward a minimum Finb Photographs at Reasonable Price‘s.
der of thc solar system probably re— throughout the entire universe, for
(‘eives twenty tlIHOS as lllllt'll, thus ll(‘tlt (100:4 WOl'k and lb‘ tl\'tlllfll)le as
making in all, only a very S1,1411] energy only when it can pass from . .
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within the limits of thesolar system. lni—é‘ 0f the COMO? lJOleS (“It the 6X- ' .
"A portion may perhaps penetrate pense of the hotter ones necessarily LEXINGTON, KY. ~
the Inter-stellar space, and for the “"01"“ “1055 Of available energy » _ . ,-
rest, science has as yet failed to show which is being incessantly dissipa~ A General Banking Busmess Transacted. Collections Promptly
what becomes (,1' it, and according ted by the processes which maintain , p .
to our human ideas of dissipation the present 111.0 OHM universe, and Attended to.
, by far the greater portion is lost. if this is kept up we can expect no—
Nothing‘is more obvious than that thing more than a uniform tempera- L. N. NOTTNAGLE. F. A. R. NOTTNAGLE,
ythe available heat necessary for the tnrewill 0V91‘)""h°1'0 be attained and . ,
happiness and comfort in every way an absolute stagnation. Now if we ‘
of the human race, comesfifhm. (11'; look backwards we can tinallyiniag- N Ottn a 9 la & B [‘0-
rectly (,1. indirectly from the sun. inc a beginning, without an antece- _ PROPRIETORS OF
iIt is a certain fact that the heat we dent yet filll)’ intelligible; and flit-01"
l receive from the coal fire of the wards, .3411 end 0f til-111.35- in “WT '
' drawing 1.001117 (,1. the log tire of the stagnatum. That this will result in S an 0 er 1 ‘ S
backwoods is only a modified form new heavens and a new earth we are - , m _
i of solar energy. which the leaves of unable at present to say, for 50191196 MANUFACTURERS AND DEALERS I\I
‘ growing vegetation have at some to which we look when in doubt, rc- »‘ ' ‘ ' ‘ L
, time 0,. other extracted from the mains silent, and offers no word of Fancy Family Flour, gorn, Meal, Mill Feed, etc. Paragon .Patent, Sterling, Choice
3 sunbeams. ”we “The heat from a explanation. Family, Silver Leaf, Roller Patent, XXX Family, Superfine.
“’0‘“ firm then “'9 are using “1“ “1111' But while science remains silent 66 “vain!“ St" ' Lexumton‘ Ky’
, " ‘ I' ‘i 11‘1"” “11"“0 on the earth it is by no means dormant as each W
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' l”‘t'i"" "I ucrgy may be mentioned ing alchemists of other (lays were AND MANUFACTURING JBWBLBR
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‘ b.1111". . . out by thesnnbeamsbeat- become a reality, and We will then )Ie(lzils, Badges, Bangles, and Class Pins of any—Design made to Order.
, . ‘ ' ‘ i ' gIT‘ilt (‘Xli’dllfitt Of 0111' harness to our machinery the infi- _
’ mo m ., .3, converting the water nite number of natural forces whiehl 1 7 E'7 Short St' LeXIhgtOH, Ky‘
into vapor which soars aloft intothe surround US, and have from the M.
heights of the :Ltll’lOSpllel‘c where it ginning of time been literally slips 3 0- v ,
forms clouds which hold in store a ping through our fingers. When this file I: QJst Cl/ffl .
: considerable quantity of potential is accomplished together with’ nu- "’ ' ’ ’ ' )
energy, The rain falling from these merous other problems which are . . . . . . .
clouds into our rivers and upon our well nigh as in’iportant, there is lit- PRESCRIPTION DRUGGIST,
hillsides is typical ol' the conversion tle doubt but that the, pendulum, Comer Main and Mill St. Lexington, Kv.
. 'of ' potential into actual energy. which in, its slow and steady motion Telephone 200. i ‘
’ Doubtlcss as much energy is expcn— has carried civilization across the,
ded incessantly by the falls of Niag— valley of benighiwl barbarism and ________._.__—_.——————-————
ara as would be required in propell— up the slope toward the pinnacle of F. WI H A RTI N G,
, . ing a motor capable of generatingas exaltation, will then be driven back , , . ‘ ’ '
much electricity as would be re- by adverse circumstances, scourges, . l 47 W' 313mm" relcphonc I59-
- quired to light the whole of the devastatingr wars, and immoralities, ‘ ?
Unitec'l‘Slatcsn When we think of' until. gaining momentum it crosses
V this enormous amount of energy we again the shadowy abysses and rises SVOVES AN” TINWARE
are not surprised when some crank, to the peak of human discourages . p
as some may prefer to call him, pro~ ment. While we are to-day stkmd- Roofing, Guttering, Galvinized Iron Cornice, and iv '
poses such a grand scheme as this. in;r upon a high eminence, in the Slating a Specialty.

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billeg'k (1’1" hail-1:3: “)5 “111,11. “€17.11; Ellipsis/t. ,..()tlr;(illtertainilleilts aire'gi‘tq Epléfisfi I‘I‘ith‘. ll'lUVé‘d to 14 xx GSt bliOI’t bil'eet- . . . . .fi _ \
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LITERARY SOCIETIES. “’o‘eatn‘réofO‘iUeml3 Wh- PHDNE 223. . .; 1- GIVE US A CALL:-
\Ve have no fear but what the young ‘ .. p .. fl ' ' . i -- .. W, .. a” . 7 7.. .
j; .C‘ .1: K 1;; '1 1; ~ 5 _: ; v '3; ladies will acquitftllelllselijesfigis they ‘ " ‘: ' p ' 1' ' ‘ '1 .‘ 3 "'1 "f 1:: j .5 r~ 1'
1\ot soclcty, as that word is generally have always done,w‘ith £111 honor to them- ~ I '1 ,. -. 1 ' ' .:.’ .. l . i 1.1"1 L L 4.1 l '1 ii! .4 l lfij
. understood 21111011555 2’9ng 591%.- hilt-3 31'selilés and friends. But tlle boys need - .1 ;.. . ' , ,. , 1: . " .,. ”.1 f1; _1. ”,1”, fig? ‘;,_;
few ideas concerning a literary society to be urged to~better work, to do that of , ( = p .. \ . H. 2 .. .. .. t2 1. 1 ..i
as we understand those M01313 keg‘e lih Whi'clflheylarelcapable. _ . ‘ ‘ ‘ ‘ " ' .. r . .l.,.1:.:. . , ,3»! ,» ~.
9011:1159- 'Iihe {origin “.1011‘8'11 "er." eh‘ To the new students that have come “ H l, ‘ i. i 2.11 g .. ’ "Eight. .. ..
Joyflmam even “311914. will” Lu)" 35‘ tostnd' i?u .' ., ’t d d 1 « t, H; 1'1 1 :.~ . .e.::: in: ,1 ‘- II'“~‘- 1.1
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or should'notbcas hhl’f’hfihtfglcioh 1.111 few hours during tlle week could not be 1 .‘I 1311-; .1: 5 - 1. r; _I;'.; ._ l ~’ ; " 4' ‘I i : ' f' 7’7" ‘
“.2313? 29111.63??? his liltleraiil wolrk. { better used than ill the study ofsubjects .- 1... 3 JAVI'QUIIL‘HY. pl‘CPad‘Qt’l to _IllifikC‘ 111.) i110 IllCCSt SllllS in. the
i hm he hi eer, .mhh t 1e 5‘ 10° 5 0 of which we should be acquainted, and latest styles ”XIIWVQI‘l'. ”Hill"! :ltOCd " '(wv' ‘ t1 "2 'i ; 11‘ 1 1
thl" State from “'thh 50 “hf-“Y 0f the in the readiilgof the choicest literature _ ' I" V ‘L ‘ l i 1 b) (i Y. I. 11‘ .0 rem. {11 id )9
learned publlcmeu of the 'lJl11011,-fir5tr.re- of which our library abounds. 1 . 1 : . im-emrlil-have Votll' Fall-I ‘zuAl-(lfi lVV'lnfel“ Stilts- and1 JOV'CI'COE’CS’
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and from whose Lollegcs there has con- quest ofthe difliculties which are sure 1’ _. L “M. ‘12“ "'1-.;-.;£'i .. l .. . 1:2,“: v.1
' Una“): mm “more 31 ginger 1 weiiiaeaamiy. m, m said M
with minds turnbd o publlc’l‘ame. \l'fls before, it was the debates in the humble . .- ., ‘1 , I .1 -- . . .1 ,-, _ l ~, . 1 .. , 2 .,:-. .‘i
. to lie “10":er at, I say, FIT“? there. 15 cabin which led to the studying ofgreat— I i, '4 A» V ‘ t I I”; D ‘ ; .
sucl :1, at} o pjitghlgysgglfiijn ler 1:1— .' ._ s? ,. the'rvf .1!‘ 11” 1 ‘ a _ .. .. . ,7 ; 1.. ..;, 1 .‘ .: ._ 1;.
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' Shfutlmi' ”bf-train? f’ i C‘ 61'), 15 n P)’ mus’t’llav‘e been the thofiiighlt‘ of t leir “ - 3CD; - -.:m 1:: 1“ . .1. ’ .
halfcentury 17’0“ Since those Kentuck- triumph! Alearlled writersaid: “There 1 n all .1 l1; ‘4 ii 11.1111 ;. ’V ’ ‘ . ' , : 13.1.1.7;
‘ fax; 3131;91‘1éiSE/03'tégfers toréjthe léghts isgqm‘inglieauiii1il..§“}cero,r grand 1.1; 1 . . . . BARB E if?
1 “i1 litil‘lh‘nfl'fi, .9 st.1>r§il§..lw§: 11 fibuxiu the studyoflitslnivstciriés.”.-i ‘ , __ _ -
tidns oftlle ilation‘learnedhtofinoiéperl J 11...; 4 £11.; 1 “" ‘ " "" “ ' I“ ’ “l N 1: "l '» 71“ 1'- 1 7 '
’ F. C5 E. . ‘ l .
' fectly convey their thoughts from one to .- ‘ - 1‘ ’11 .‘1' ll_ ; 1. " ' 1"; . ’51.,1. l - . ‘ — ’ ~ ' V5 ‘ r.
the otherm the rudely constructed. 10g: _/ ..: .11 — Col, blunt and )‘Illlzfitreets. l H.111 Cuttnu; a bpeclulty,
cabin debating halls, as‘t'hey‘ wefe'c‘alledf Ironi yeaitoiyear‘since the founda- _——_—__-1—_——:—-T—-——"—i_T—Ifi_
Beginning with the simplest debates tionofthe State College her facilities ‘ » » .1 .1 .. _, 1 -‘ 1- .. -.. ,..
. led to consider the graver questions, to increased. It has been the purpose of V L i H i H I. H L " .i H I _i ‘ . 7 'i H i I,
the unravelin of tllednvisible we)s W ‘ ‘ ‘ : 1 ~-'.' 1- V ~l- ,.; ' ‘ ' "’ " . "i" “E “
whi‘h 11 [liiligeéonfiéang dd ”(5" 2i ' th‘g Iris't’l‘titlon to, Sgnd’ forth from her . . .. . ,1 , LEXING O N! KY! , . . .,
‘1 l i _. 1., a §P,fi‘i§,fi1_.w_; wallsgine thorofiglilyequgpped' to lead -‘ ‘ 1 - ’ - - 1. - - , -' .1 11 l ‘ ‘ - ' ‘ ~ -' ' ~~
weave about each other." Their 10g‘ in the various branches of 11111i1an‘dctiv- .,‘ z ‘ “5 — . . -' '1? " .f' -' 5‘ 1- w ‘-’ ' .
cabin debates ill which all the men of ity. \Vith this end in view she has con- H' 3' MCCIBIIEH, A'My‘.’. .‘ .. . H7 Prrhélpal‘:
the neighborhood generallyjoinedi W9 stantly added to her advantages for in< My l , i I
are 10m: were ‘hhh’hhgjet remarkably structicn in' the technical branches of A. SELECT ’ BO ABDIN’E .AND E DAY SCHOOL FOR . , YOUNG
‘ interestingluldlnstructlve, and 110 de- science. There have been procured for _ _ . y _ 11- .i.. LAEDIES. \ 1 "[1 1-3.. i ’ ‘
W91? 116.11 11111111 to 1:51.; 1111.»:1111'3e11erg1‘rimé he’aasmrzmé vfa‘ridu’s departments w ‘
I alid intelligence in upholding hi5 argu- men eciiliarlv adapted by their Lseveral i. I I n i \ i, ‘ ‘1 ' i‘ 0 - - . 111 1 . ..
' 1 . , ‘ 1 r l 1 1 ( 1 ‘ ' '
mt 1 squamous... thewormey 1W1 Lexmgton Small-(chilling dlld Dyeing WOIkS,
But now, since the furnished halls chosen to direct. . ' _ '
have taken the place 0f the 05”)in room; As a natural sequence of the spirit of For Ladies and Gents’ Wear. >
since a splendid library now stands progress characteristic ofth'einstitution 6 I“ 1M J St I ,- t 1.: V i
where 0“?“ ranged the little shelves Or she olTers to the ‘student of '92 iilduce- 1 ‘ . ' I " A‘mi ‘ 7' 4Gk111g on, ‘5‘
lHJOkSr (‘flll itbe possible that the illter- lilellts‘ superior to those of any year of . ‘ 1 ' 1 1 . .
est in such anorble workis rabating? ' 18 her past-historyz' New courses of study : . GENTS WEAR MADE TO ORDER'
it to be believed that Society which are presented to him, new classes have Altering and Repairing Done “uh Neatness and Despalcn.
calls {Grill the youngr to the enjoyment been added to the former courses ill or- DRY CLEANING A SPECIALTY. '
oltllewlllrl of the dance. is to replace der to make them more thorough, so A B Hawkins P‘LO In ti ‘ i ' ‘
that work which is essential to prepare that whatever ma'y be the student’s apti- ' ' ' . P e on . .
‘ ~ - V '1 p 1 , I " l . ‘ . u i 7
them for more manly eniulatlonsj. j tilde, he may obtain such instruction as .
| _()ilr College has connected with it one will be required to reliderliiln proficient. - '
of the oldest literary societies of the Not only the immediate patrons oftlle LeXI n gto n I u I I I b I n g C O I I I pa ny
State. From it have branched others, College. but every patriotic citizen of . ' : 1
and now altogether there are {our in the Commonwealth will note with nolit—'
number. But it seems that those which tle satisfaction that this institution of H I G H G R A D E P LU M B l N G
sliouldbe tlienl'ost flourishing are the learningis ever approaching the high . J _ I '
most ‘lnii‘kwurd. Surely not because standard at which it aimsvtlie‘ideal . HOT \VATER AND STEAM HEA'l‘lNG.
there is a lack of good material; our stu- university ol the nineteenth century. ‘
dents can not acknowledge ‘that. lt is . ,_._ . _ ~ . »
.'inl l '111 abseilccoi'iliterest. , -.,‘ . ..‘ 1, . i. ‘ W d M I I _I_ G M h
“ Itl’if‘]:)til‘m‘(lc(l that ever ‘ 71 Du h Moon. “(ll known to thi. In I S, . as ac Ines,
s 3 one 11 10 . .. ..( 1 ._ . ..
ii iii ilitil in 1mtiet} should become '1 htu‘lvmh ”1 31’ nttmuh‘d the Full
) s: “11'." . 1 _ _ ., , . .
professional; a lawyer. a“ orator or a last week. Howlll soon leave for Sewer and Dralh Tlle,
minister; yet every one should be able to an eastern lllll\'("l'Slt_V ‘to prepare
reason and converse about subjects of for tili' llllllistl'y. I9 East Short Street, LCXIDgtOI'l, Ky

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THE ’1‘ TF hereto save the trouble of Uoing o
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around to apologize to each 01 our '==;EY~ l3-9503; . '
Published Monthly during the Collegi- Sllbscribers SGparately. £2 I'Lgoi ee 1 Cu 3 es
ate Year only, in the interest of every As much matter as is usually re- E2255 :5 A SPECIALTY. '
Department of the State College. . - - 1 7. 5'” 3.“? 5 3‘“-
quired tor an issue oi the LADET sj‘? -; g . ;: Oldt 0th )1 ”ti ll 1 t'fi . 1 t th
‘. TERMS. was handed the printer in ample 3; Intdeenithiiiitlml £1 18630 (1 am (1i 1. cla S 66.11
1 0.“ Yea“ ' ' ' ' ' ' 75° time to have had it out several (1‘1 7s I I 2 , I ‘ P a S‘ 1 ea {61.8 8‘1“ Singer WI
SIX A‘IOchS-m--.---~-~----~~--50C , . _. 7 , . 3 find these a great improvement over the old wav of insert—
ThreeMonths Joe age, but and punt-er >et It up 111 me teeth on 1 tes Th 1 t ff ttl v1
5mg“: LOP} ‘OC smaller type than was counted on, a I) a By ( 0 no (i (,t 18 QPLH 1
and when the business manager . . . . . . .
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EDITORIAL STAFF. went there to see about havrng it 1s- Fl 6 Geld Fdhngs $l up. Fme Silver F'llmg 75 Cents.
H. M_ Gunn Editor. sued, it was found that another page Vitalized Air Administered 50 Cents
1 . .
F. C. ELKINS, Alumnus Editor. 0f matter was needed. '
E. BRAND, Our business manager being:r a Teeth Extracted 25 Cents.
Associate Editor and Business Manager. 1118.11 of literary attainnlents, at
WM'HOBDY' _ once sat down to write another NEW YORK DENTISTS,
Correspondent Patterson Soeiety. . . l.) ti 1‘ 1 t ‘ .tt ~
WM. PATTERSON, page, u. )e 1‘“ “0' “r? en more R. H. HODGEN, D. D. S., MANAGER.
Correspondent Union Society. than halt a page when m stepped Lexington, Kentucky- .
Miss LIZZIE SCOTT, that diabolical printer with the an-
Lorrespondent £0,113: Hamilton College. nouncement that “yo . more pages Office open Evenings. Permanently located over Opera House.
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H H HILL endurance was reached, that last an-
Correspondent Athletic Association. 11011110611161“ was the straw that J . B. MORTON & CO-l .
R. A. BURTON, broke the camel’s back (if our busi-
GeneralCorrespondent ness manager is to represent the . .
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Address all communications to the - -. .. .. ) J . .
\ State College Cad“. A. & M. College, ingtiom In: stooll he heapettl1 .1
Lexington, Ky. mountain 0' anat tennis on rat .
'— poor (but deserving) printer’s head, littp Oll llfllld ihETeXt BOOkS llbt‘tl lllA.&.M. COlltgt‘
EDITORIAL and left in such a heat of passion .
that he took a day or two to cool, . . , ‘
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1n the (JADM‘ by ltb many leaders, been made to sutter.
we have had many requests to have However, lieneet'orward, we in- _________———————————————————
1t publlshcd 111 pamphlet torm. This, tend to have the CADET printed in .
would indeed be desirable, for its my,“ cm H]. . 1. .- '1 . . . .1
. . e .. .. pita s, am aunt an) but! ( ) I l 1 I ( : ( )I ]
many valuable (,:ontr1butions from (1,.th in the future. 1 S )
scientific circles, the commencement
orations,and the college notes and . ‘ ———I)EALER IN—Q—
gossip which its pages contain, Dmdf $9117 Emmi?) “:0 31111.3)"
would render a bound volume of “11060 “use am 10‘ l‘eVl e, a , .' , ‘
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the CADETMI interesting memento has Itsumed his (must in Latin Staple and Fancy GIOCQI 138 and 00111111)
in after .V"?‘l""- a‘nd Lureek. Pl'Oduce.
In view ot'thir 42m. tho present _
nia.