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Digital page images are linked to the text file. itjJUfftWlHI y i STlg r 7 mm ip iiiipi XHMur ill Hi an TPj 3 N - i s rW X V1 HJ- SPENCER COOPER Ownor and Editor Hazel Green Herald Established March 4 1885 and Mado Famous in tho Colobrated Story of or n w Vj Jonathan and His Continont by Max ORell Tl y World With Ncwn From All Nntlonr TuinVrhifC nt HI Hack 100 A YEAR Always In Advana TENTH YEAR HAZEL GREEN WOLtfE COUNTY ICY THURSDAY JUNE 14 1894 NUMBER 12 -- m m MMMkMM MJwMMJrMrm When you come to Lexington drop in and see us and we will show you the biggest stock of what you want Hats and Furnishings for Men and Boys Wholesale and Retail you ever saw If you cant conic write to us and tell us will make more than your expanses though if you come in person and make your selections uYou Mens Suits from 5 up Boys Suits from 125 up M ries of the world then he began to blaze tho way through forests hammocks over streams swamps and lakes with his lines of railway and recently he has capped the climax by throwing a line almost the full length of the east coast parallel with these beautiful stretches of water and is about to complete dredging artificial canals which gives a continu Â¬ ous navigable water route almost the full length of tho cast coast As a result emigrants are pouring in by tho hun- Â¬ dreds the shipments of winter grown vegetables and of pi no apples are being doubled if not trebled every season while oranges rind other fruits arc receivÂ¬ tfrZZXHrHre3SKCTUi3S2zXJCTQ iCTPgragBUggMnmjyw iMra LCxinctpN SS223R583fiSKQ3 H ONE PRICE CLOTHING HOUSE 54 E Main Street - KAUFMAN CO LEXINGTON KY MERCHANTSWJOBWLOTWHOUSE WHOLESALE ONLY 137 and 139 Race Street Biff Drives in j Cincinnati Ohio 40TmHff SHOES Send for our Price HATS Listjpgf m O H 165 grTho lending houso for FANCY DRY GOODS FURNISHING GOODS and NOTIONS Alwarys have Big Drives Special attention to Mail Ordors GL 167 Race Street CINCINNATI Itt tho Rio the OLDEST IN AMERICA very way around to much of Grande nor the coast of different from the great lakes Beginning at the mouth of the cele- Â¬ The Old Spanish Mission at Mosquito brated St Johns which is little south of Inlet Opposite the Ponce Park the Georgia state line we find bodies of Light House Florida water with two or three exceptions salt communicating by ome inlet with the During the ocean of from a frw hundred yards to Thought to Have Boon Built several miles in width usually shallow Second Visit of Columbus ordinarily currentless and abounding in a full meaning of the term in fish oys And u Cntliollc Monastery KMiiWIhIiimI in ters clams crab shrimp lobsters alliga- Â¬ etc has been changed to come to tho Deforonio to tho WUh of IIr tors turtles snakes ducks geese snipe Florida east coast that thy days may be Majesty Qm cii tmliullu herons cranes pelicans marsh hens long etc I would not have you be Â¬ water turkeys and scotch of other ani lieve that our seasons if they may be Special Correspondence of Tin ilrUAM mated things of the fur feather and called seasons arc always on schedule Upon receiving your kind note which scale kingdoms time and suited to demands quite the Miid that if as gunner as piscatorial artIt is a sportsmans paradise and the contrary sometimes Droughts are some Â¬ ist dispatcher of saurians etc I had times followed by repeated drenching run any hair breadth escapes or expe bang of guns and tho whir of reels are Â¬ rains crops of extraordinary value aro rienced any situations particularly thrill- Â¬ heard on all sides As much teal enthu as I have followed by direst failures and wo are ing I might talk about it through your siasm iu piscatorial exploits in the vicin thus led to wonder whether Florida is a columns I began to cudgel my wits in seen this year was displayed Nash- Â¬ bountiful kind parent or a merciless order to arouse the latent energy of my ity of the inlet by a good lady of After feasting a tiny or ville Tenn It was an ordinary occurrence gray matter her mornings angling to see an Florida is unquestionably tho greatest so on oysters clams shrimp crabs fish after able bodied man go to tote her string in state for fruit in the union and yet and other materials rich in brain sub It They would consist of channel bass red many of Kentuckys choicest fruits stance I was led to exclaim Eureka sheepshead such as apples peaches cherries plums occurred to me to write in a brief desul- snappers black snappers grampus whiting trout sailors choice etc grow very indifferently here I can tory way of the Florida East Coast and porgics pig fish weak fish crc not recall the names of all our fruits to give a history and a description of tho tarpon valli flounders grupors Jew fish black probably not more than half of them oldest building in Uncle Sams domain fish balloon fish toad fish cat fish sharks melons such as arc grown iu Kentucky This ancient pile surrounded by colossting rays porcupine fish lady fish pilot strawberries raspberries dewberries sal wide spreading live oaks from whose fish saw fish etc grapes numerous varieties figs pine giant limbs great clusters of pretty gray These bodies of water as a rulo are in apples some of which attain a weight of Spnnish moss hang in festoons waving and sour gracefully as the trade winds from old reality lagoons or sounds though they fifteen pounds guavas sweet of various kinds grape fruit bread Iruit ocean sweep through tho boughs the are known hero commonly as creeks or oranges tangarines mandarins naval limbs decorated also with hundreds of rivers They extend south along tho interesting coast for about 300 miles in this order and the ordinary orange of the market huge air plants and a dozen Com lemons limes Japan persimmons man pretty specimens of cryptograms by Pablo creek Matanzas river Mata trees pra creek Ilalifax river Hillsboro river gos sugar apples tamarinds loquats or dozens of symmetrical palmetto sufficient Mosquito lagoon Indian river Lake Japan plums pomegrants grown on many of which have attained Â¬ trees paw paws bananas cocoa mi ta ngoto drop their boots by veteran ce Worth Bayo Batones New river Dumb with foundling bay Biscayne bay and Cards palmetto berries sapodillns mammees dars and pines by stately magnolias fra- Â¬ sound These bodies particularly the avacados mulberries Leconto pears and their great white petals and dainty river which is 150 miles long pecan to peaches The commonest sort grance wild oranges with golden fruit Indian hero can spread fruits on arrow and from one to of cracker hanging in clusters against tho grim straight as an fiord as fine water for his table that would bo tho envy of the passion seven miles wide n walls and with yellow Jasmine vines trailing over sail boats and launches as tho world northern millionaire flowers and masses of As any ono with the slightest knowl Â¬ doors I offers so travelers tell me the windows and through the Ten years ago this section was hardly edge of pomology woold infer wo have a to render say such surroundings combine aspects known There were no steamers or nap variety of soil Tho principal classes the scene as striking in physical tha or electric launches and sail boats enumerated by the land companies are as in historical interest Â¬ luxury the waters swarmed High hammock low hammock half ham Â¬ Indulge mo Mr Hkkaid in u few in- even were a myriads of fish wero covered with mock high pine low pine spruce pine1 troductory observations of n desultory with coast of ducks and geeso wild turkeys deer and savanna prairie coquina phosphate character relativo to tho cast of bear wero to bo had without an effort muck beach and hard pan land They Elorida before I attempt a description as this sec- tho straggling settlers lived in isolation speak also of northern Florida semi tho old monastry or mansion sort of and mado long journoys for mail and for tropical and sub tropical Florida though tion till recently has been a Â¬ map of travel articles of clothing and household use the lattor is a distinction without a difTERBA incognita in the ear- Â¬ Henry M Flagler ono of tho standard ference Florida which received explorers Tho most celebrated of Florida ham Â¬ states to ol magnates appeared upon tho scene liest attention is one of tho last east coast pos Â¬ and waived over it tho magic wand Ho mocks is tho Turbull hummock which be settled up While the of which east first lifted St Augustine up out of tho has its northern terminus near tho head sesses an individuality not strik Â¬ miro His Force do Leon Alcozar and waters of tho Halifax river tide water coastera speak with pride it is coast all Cordova rank among tho princely hostel flowing hi and out at Mosquito inlet ingly different from tho gulf Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ ing due attention The tourist tide as well as that of emi- Â¬ gration has turned this way and tho steamboats and cars aro taxed to their utmost to accommodate the masses Hotel Royal Poinciana capable of entertaining 600 guests was completed and thrown open for guests in February and before the season closed less than three months more than 1 5000 names were This is only one instance of registered scores of such enterprises Tho founda- Â¬ tion for the first house in the Whito City on Indian river was laid less than two months ago and now they have a population of nearly 2000 people all whites no negroes being permitted to come there This growth is rapid but it has been going on now for some time There is nothing strange about it sim- Â¬ ple as A BCs We are almost surrounded by water the warm gulf stream washes our east coast we can grow fruits and vegetables in midwinter we aro just placed within three days of New Yorks marketB thousands of aristocrats with plethoric purses want these products Then think of our incomparable ad Â¬ vantages as a health giving clime The sun laughs out with face of dazzling gold almost every day in the year con stant but mild and bracing breezes fan our faces bronze there are no freezing winters to chill the blood the seasons come and go in our soft round of spring One would judge from the hundreds of invalid tourists here that the injunction Honor thy father and thy mother Â¬ MAiibH S 24 W Main Street UMI3L r -- vi --- est -iiwwi hum ftp1 - urn 1 fok ik fl mar i J w- - tt eAm a2l1i MONEY 5 S2SPSBI SE ssa ur zm Zb -- WOT SAY JED 6S kq SWd A j i 3P Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ and extends south the length of this river the length of Hillsbro river Mos quito lagoon and a distance of twelve miles along the Indian river It was in this hammock rich iu the accumulated vegetable mould of centuries of decay that Turnbull from whom it took its name scmco ins coiouy a muc less man J00 years ago Prior to his time how- Â¬ ever a colony of forty families from the Bermuda islands settled at the picseut site of New Smyrna attracted by the fine live oak forests which abounded Tho success of the colony the salubrity of the climate its wonderful product iveness and its adaptability to the cultivation of indigo which was iu great demand attracted the attention of Eng lish capitalists to tbe place Accordingly Dr Andrew Turnbull of London who mas married to a Grecian woman headed a coiouy for the purpose of growing indigo and sugar cane Settlers from Minorca one of the Baleric isles and from Greece and Italy to the number of 1500 came over They were located at what was then called Mopquito now New Smyrna almost opposite our lighthouse which stands on the north side of Mos quito inlet Tbey rebuilt and utilized old coquina building which had been thero nobody knew how long Tho old mission or monostery of which I wish particularly to write was tho principal one and it is now generally known as Here tho Turnbulls Old Sugar Mill Minorca people built their cabins plant ed their vines their fruits grow their vegetables directing n number of hours every day to tho cultivation of sugar cane and indigo Tho settlement took the name of New Smyrna from Smyrna the birth placo of Mrs Turnbull It had been agreed in forming the coiouy that after three years tho settlers wero to be freeti and to receive fifty acres with such improvements as they might find timo to make in tho interim Handsomo re- Â¬ turns from their labors mado Turnbull greedy and his promises failed Ho kept them as slaves treated them tyranically worked them on short rations a part of the timo giving them a quart of corn per day and only two ounces of hog meat They submitted for uino per week years and dwindled in numbers to COO Ho had his stocks his whipping post and his dungeons under his mansion The immense ditches they dug for miles to drain the back lands aro now discharg- Â¬ ing ho superllous water as when Turn- bull left them Wells nicely walled and arched aro yet in uso whilo indigo vats ftu various other evidences of Turnbulls occupation aro frequently to bo met Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Bahama islands It was termed an in- Â¬ surrection and cost two of tho leaders Whilo tho masses wero toil- Â¬ ing on in slavery with no hope of a bettered condition threo of their num- Â¬ ber Pellicier Llamblas and Genoply escaped to St Augustine and secured the promise of the governor of this old Spanish city their protection They re turned to New Smyrna and immediately tho entire colony of laborers a wretched handful compared with tho number who had eomo over under such flattering promises set out ru masse up tho whito beach for St Augustine and today tho descendants of these people irom tho Mediteranian iles form tho bulk of yc ttl o a their lives ancient citys population The sugar mills and indigo vats went to waste Great trailing vines enveloped them and the golden fruit of oranges grown by the Minorcans dropped into the vats the open windows and the ruBty sugar mill boilers Coquina walls soon melt away the summer bud is baking them to dust tho winter rains aro wash Â¬ ing them to earth each zephyr steals some grain of loam or silica and drops it neath the tangled mass of tropic growth and little now remains to mark thosito of tho once populous and prosperous English colony I visited this week tho old rock houso which is opposite our lighthouse and inlet It antedates Turnbulls timo It is built of coquina 20x80 fcotand has fire placo and chimney Tho roof is gono and in tho middle whero fchero wero breaks iu tho concrete floor Btand several ancient cedar trees This build Â¬ ing was evidently made by peoplo of tho Catholic faith as nniche iu tho wall for tho reception of the Virgin Mary shows It is situated on an immense mound oC oystor and clam sholls Among theso shells aro found pottery the work of In Â¬ dians or Mound Builders long long years before America was over dreamed of I climbed upon the vino covered walls of this building and what a view I Lovelv as a painters vision Hollow ground with winding gurgling sparkling streams giant live oaks decorated with Spanish moss a grovo of wild orangeu loaded with golden fruit palmettoes and magnolias a net work of probably fifty streams of sparkling tide water tading in vm H -- 4 n scrpentilo channels through marsh grass their shores fringed with mangrove bushes to which cling millions of oys Â¬ ters full view of Ponca Park settlement giant light houso tower the Halifax ami Hillsboro rivers as they unite and How in and out Moequito inlet with the tUb tho long line of silver spray made by U vith ocean swells as they break on the ythlh Finally in their despair an attempt sands of the flneij beaoh I have mr was made to secure their escape to the J LVBIUIHRtra BH A MT9 M iliAtu Ufa UiU tfW oart u Vt L o Mf M c r ff mmhibii i ATTTg7smgncUMaa3a1rattwtTTr iiniiwjijmwWm iawniaawwnjjiBiJLaiiWTJi5 iigicaaiwi m assBuSptiz ty tPXXOEX COOPER 1 Editor OLDEST IN AMERICA Cnntiiiel fnun lngc I wen and beyond nil ns fur a CMn the eye r illimitable hou Three of us one having been there bo fore spout Boyeral Iioum in trying to find the channel that leads to this lioncc We several times found miraolvea in pocketH or in narrowed clianneln that were ovcntually lost in mangrovo roots that would tax the navigating ability of sec 11 110 l Pto a ftp uthwt truth in it optaton that Hit Florida candlestick left inlfct in 1512 tk would tng lefor thot qt Texas Had ha entered Mosquito Auguatino Vw wrought I do not now rtoall the iustwtd of at a point near St Wo were at rewarded and I a frog am now prepared to believe the story that this hoiiHo wan for years the rendez- Â¬ vous of a baud of marauders and pirates who would sally forth through Mosquito inlet upon the high seas and couth to the selves Tho Columbus theory which if estab thousands of ishiuds so dangerous to lished makes the building hero the old navigation where they found rich booty After one act of great brutality in est on tho continent built since the which a vessel was wrecked near the Spanish discovery and it takes away inlet and the crow butchered they left from Ponce do Leon tho honor of FlorHistory if memory tho rock house but left a victim suspend idas discovery serves me correctly makes no mention Here the skeleton ed in tho doorway dangled for a long time and was finally of a settlement in this region of such a removed by the Timwjua Indians who character as to support thii mission and mistook it for that of one of their own its evident antiquity its ecclesiastical design its colossal proportions its superb braves architectural plan the admirable artistic Tim OLD MOVAfeTKUY Tho circumstances connected with the finish of thoie who wrought upon it old sugar mill at New Smyrna seem force upon us tho conviction that it must to justify tho claim of its being the most have been built ohm tly after the Great ancient building 011 Uncle Sums domain Discoverers second voyage in compli rThis building is as full of historic inter ance with tho expressed wishes of Spains test and surrounded with as many tradi- rulers Dr Turnbull was a Presbyterian and tions and stories as Newports old windcertainly would not havo built such a mill which so many think of Norse His conduct origin The great interest attached to structure for his colony in tyranizing over thorn and in grinding the old mill as it is called by the unso phistoeated native Cracker led mo to them down is hardly consistent with the make a visit to it recently in order to idea of his having built so magnificent a obtain for Tin IlniUM readers a correct place for his subjects to woiship their description of what I think is destined Creator We must look beyond his time to beeomo tho greatest object of interest for a solution of the problem It is a matter of historical record that in this fascinating Florida east coast It is truly a picturesque ruin and tho moss in September MM Columbus started a dottingsou tho vine clad walls itsquaiut second time or rather the first as he had construction and other things yet to started to the East Indies when he made mention bear muto witness of its great his first discovery for this country with a fleet of seventeen ships 1000 men ago A fine archway gave passage throtmh well armed and abundantly provisioned tho first wall I approached and disclosed and with the queens commisMon to ruins on a more extensive scale a most nun i a cuuitcii in dedication of the interesting condition of ailiiirs To the New World to the christian religion It right and partly hidden by large pal- - was designed by tho ruling power to bo motto bay and other trees stood the one emphatically a voyage of discovery ex remaining wal of a once beautiful ploration and colonization and was A mere glance sufllced to show intended to occupy an indefinite number chapel tho ecclesiastical character of tho build of years but as the reader is aware did ing Not only was the side wall stand occupy so far as a part of the fleet is ing in its entirety with its threo hand concerned three years for after this some arched windows and massive stone lapse of time tho groat commander was Recorded work cut with a care and precision that sent buck to Spain in chains history says he made discoveries among betoken unmistakably something far above tho colonial uses of manufacture the Carribeo isles and along the South Tho chancel end of the chapel was also American coast Header havo you not standing also tho front end in which is often thought that there is vastly more Often- Â¬ tho tall arched doorway All of which unwritten history than written refutes the sugar mill idea of tho natives times too how conflicting and misleadWe need not suppose Tho small chapel has evidently stood in ing aro records tho angle formed by the walls of a much that these seventeen vessels kepttogether larger building tho latter having served for thoso threo years and returned to Â¬ No volume of colonial ns a monastery Tho larger building was gether to Spain history would bo more interesting than erected in tho form of a cross tho wings and porticos of which had formed dis a full and accurate account of the man tinct divisions arranged about an open Olivers of that fleet of seventeen vessels court in tho center Tho smaller build from its departuro to its return To my iug generally called tho chapel is IS mind considering tho mutiny the num foot long by 32fi feet wide The larger ber of vessels the diversified character building which is in tho form of a cross and opinions of tho officers and leaders is of such dimensions that the central of the different vessels it is most reason beam of tho cross running east and west able to conclude that a part of the fleet is lf0 feet and the cross beam running coasted our Florida shore sailed in at north and south is ICO ieet The build- Mosquito inlet at which our light house ing is of such proportions ni to show now stands as a beacon dropped anchor unmistakably tho cross omblom and tho along side of this great rich hammock open court which is so common in tho the finest in all Florida and hero carried cast and especially with Spain support out the plans commissioned by Queen tho idea I advance I have scon scores Isabella It was in lol2 that Ponce do Leon of somewhat similar structures in Old came to Florida and wo are told that ho Mexico designed for ecclesiastical and other uses built during Spanish suprem Â¬ camo in search of n Fountain of What gave him the idea that acy in fact I know of few buidings of Youth thero existed this fountain of youth consequenco in tho Mexican capital that What fur- Ho had been told of it bv one of tho lias not tho oriental court ther confirms the idea which now obtains returned voyagors who came with tho in tho thoughtful mind that tho build Columbus vessels or he himself had Â¬ iug was an old Spanish mibsiou built in found what he thought was such a founaccordance with tho wish of Ferdinand tain Do Leon was one of tho voyagers and Isabolla as oxpresscd to Columbus who accompanied Columbus on the lat second visit Isnt it possible even wa tho discovery while digging near tho tors probable that do Leon or some of tho waU of tho chapel of threo bronzo can of tho numerous dlesticks of ancient and exquisito mould party camo upon ono vicinEvidently thoy were of great ago as tho largo springs which abound in the ity of this old rock house and found iron parts used as weights and tho holts in its sparkling waters Thero had almost complotoly oxidlzod I mako health are many springs hero possessing medici Â¬ no claim of wisdom in passihg upon nal virtue as modern tourisU can testify such implements of antiquity but in a readers that thoy contrasting these candlesticks in my I assure Thk I lint ld arc now a fountain of youth to many jninda eyo with some that I inspected fiufierors Wo should not laugh at tho which had been prcsorved from tho story of do Leons fabled fountain tyracka of he several pld missions in may ho moro than a eemhlanco of Ojextw I Whb strongly of tho there liiHt Â¬ Â¬ dates of the building of tho old mMon r sixty one miles as a bird flics to tho in Texas but my recollection is that north of us and extended his cxplora they were built about LOO years ago tions in a westerly direction ho would The old Cathoic fathers who secured havo found a spring of great volume of their construction used them as homes medicinal virtue answering well tho as places of worship as sihools of in- - description of the fountain for which lie struction and as forts in cat e of hostile sought Blue springs which orrcsponds Indian invasion Accordingly they com- - well with the legendary description pos bined strength dimension proportion sesses many virtues was surrounded and beauty of symmetry This is better with athletic Indians of enviable phys appreciated if tho reader recalls the days ique vegetation fringing its shores grown that Davy Crockett and his noble plucky in rank luxuriance it abounds in fine comrades a few more tlian a hundred of fish and was resorted to by multitudes them withstood Santa Anna and his of wild animals Well might it have 6000 disciplined troops This was in been called a fountain of youth its tho Alamo a mission that stands today azure waters boiling up with wonderful in tho Alamo rlnza in tho city of San force cool and satisfying inviting the thirsty wayfarer to quail and slake hU Ilomember tho Alamo Antonio became tho battle cry of tho Texans thirst Very truly yours Sam IIoustonsofno time thereafter under L C Duma 1111 t Ponce Park Flu when tho Texans won the decisive battle Mosqiiity Inlet Light of San Jacinto and thus freed them House J J AT THE TOP irMj WM- WJ And Still Climbing Nover content to keep com pany with the slow pace set by its country cousins though always in sympathy with em Â¬ -- u KmruuinnM 1 w SjSSScCT 1 THE HERALD put its mark at the topmost pinnacle of country journal ism and week a ft or week has Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Tow linen and linsey used to be con sidered the proper trick for ladies dresses in old Kentucky Then came prints of various kinds and a little later merino etc Now however a lady in ICon lucky can dress as well as ono in Paris France provided she knows where to buy and no class of women look so well as our own mountain beauties when they are dressed up Samuels King Mt Sterling carry a complete line of the finest dress goods in cheap medium and high priced grades and there is now no excuse for the ladies of the mountains notdrcs- ing as well as their sisters in other sections When you go to Mt Sterling gho the above firm a call and you will be well pleased Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ labored to reach the goal of J low thorough its ambition ly it has accomplished that task is told in the hundreds of tributes paid it by the press Â¬ u It yLl tnl for the 4 A1A O tf Z1 EvV I- f Ill ill - of the countrv and the warm- hearted testimonials received by it from friends in all lands The Kniilish damsel in Dev onshire the Xew England maiden of Elaine the sun clad lass of California the semi tropical creole of Louisiana and last but not least our own mountain pinks all indeed who con the contents of its pages week after week sing the same song of love Nor is this all A French humor- Â¬ Â¬ Wolfites Visit Jackson Among the visitors to the commence ment exercises at Jackson Collegiate institute the Hustler records the names of the following Cainpton citizens A F Byrd and wife T F Stamper and wife Misses Nannie Davis Lou K Uyrd Lydia Hanks Sarah Uyrd Dora Hanks Mahala Byrd Lida Stamper Ilosa As Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ ist traveling in America at For Sam A fine heaise and harness tracted by a perusal of its in first class condition suitable for this a pen picture of country Very cheap and on easy term pages draws if sold at once Inquire at the Hiiiaii its multi merits in his own office 8t l himniaire and thus it reaches Minors Are Starving The condition of the striking miners everv home in the vine clad on the lino of the Chesapeake and Ohio 80 popular railway is said to be rapidly becoming hills of France desperate as the stores at the commissary Jonathan and are exhausted and bith the farmers and was the storv the general public are shutting off their that it was His Continent contributions Actual want is said to be staring some of them in the face with translated into every tongue no apparent relief spoken by man Hence from hemisphere to hemisphere and Ladies Ministers Â¬ Dixie Williams Pearlie Edith and Mrs Lydia Stamper Messrs J N and JoHcph Williams Bruce and Dr H II Stamper James Reynolds Curtis Lykins Win Roberts John and Willie Tutt John Byrd Newton Horton J C Hurst Willie and Jonathan Hollon James Hanks Harry Combs and Emma Spradling berry ft0 MWM THROUGH THE rv HbraldisI ADVETISING COLOMNS AKrfY vBHJJrjb fHif MmriiA IflUI I irii 1 - UnW ft L g IPROSPERlHf and Physicians All Indorse tho from pole to pole Â¬ Tmtir gmLiLum mk MBOMV m THE HERALD of Hazel Green is a household word Svwii- SZcir O lviU ELECTROPOISE For Babies as Well as Old Folks I am glad to say that the Electropoise has cured me of rheumatism ami illness the result of typhoid lover as well as catarrh Have used it in the family 751 years old down from mother-in-lato the baby used it on the baby while teething and it worked like a charm For throat trouble we have never found anything to equal it Several of my neighbors have them and are all well pleased I can not say too much in pr use of the Electropoise Mils F M Camahax Verona Ky II Â¬ i mS JS3ti TfZRALDi -- 3Bit Thus it is also a ne- Â¬ Â¬ si aM Â¬ cessity to tho wide awake bus- Â¬ iness man and all who desire to tickle trade that they may till their coflcrs with cash Brain Congestion and Vertigo Cured With tho Eleotropoise Sirs Last July I was taken with vertigo a congestion of the smaller Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ blood vessels of tho brain hyperaemia 1 count not study everything I ate dis agreed with mo at last I ate no solid food hut oven soups and liquid food on and tell of other qualities did not agroj with me I was induced to try the Electropoiso in ono nights it possesses but modesty for- Â¬ time it had relieved tho brain congestion I began tho next day to bids and vortigo Suilice to say is to study I ate from that time what I pleased and since then I have been a newspaperdom what Domino comparatively well man Rrv Gio II Mianh Covington Ky is to the turf world Kino Praotion1 ns Well as Thoorotloal I am much pleased with my experi- Â¬ 13 KK OK ITS CLASS ence with tho Electropoiso and believe it in advance of any known remedy in A few more subscriptions theory for tho restoration of tho normal condition of tho system and its effects 1 a year and in tho euro of diacaso has proved its will be taken efficacy practically and theoretically a limited number of advertise- Â¬ J W OliAiiK M D Augusta Ky mm HRALD it have their advertisements displayed in its columns from time to time We might go Â¬ W Ware over 2100 Mlf Frv J u at -- ADDRESS ments at reasonable rates iMKKirMrniiLrYIHMU i- - DuBois Webb SPEKCEll COOPER Hazel Green Ky TH6 HERALD if C09Pourth Ayonue Louiavillo Ky 3tzwr H tx t- s- ssr ieia i Aj ninmiiini LuiJw V A GLORIOUS TIME Groat Enthusiasm Evoked by the Declamatory Coutnst Stanford Wlim First lMnce With Our Own Curry Second The pride nnd hope of our country are our public schools The gravest charge that has been laid at the door of the blue grass region for yearn has been tho want of appreciation of this fact How ever true this may have Wen in the pas it is true no longer and the skeptical would have been convinced had he been here Friday The city was ablaze with enthusiasm and the criniMin and jold of our public schools was to be ecu everywhere Everybody from the gray bailed lawyer to the infant in tin nurVs arm iliH- pIiii1i a from the heavy transfer wagons to the baby lumpy wore them The horse and even the Nearly eveiy win dogs were decorated was dicorated many dow on Main street of the d signs being extremely aitistic and the man who failed to decorate had the attention of the pner by called to his want of patriotism by being conspic Â¬ The national Hag uous in his isolation was also prominent in the decorations The best feature of it was that it was spontaneous and not laboriously worked up for the occasion The board of education had issued a proclamation request ing the citizens to decorate their places of business but beyond this nothing had been done Little was said about the matter but on Thursday a few of our prominent merchants began quietly and tastefully to ornament their windows Next day the work began in earnest and before noon visions of crimson and gold Fully met thejex0 in every direction tivo thousand yards of goods were used for this purpose besides innumerable yards of ribbon The delegations from other towns expressed themselves as greatly surprised at the extent of the local demonstration It is and one prominent educator said public no wonder that Winchesters schools lire looked upon as a model when the people show so much interest This demonstration on the part of the people was very gratifying to Trof Kleslmiun who his teachers and tin- srhool Imnul have labored haul to make the schooU -Â¬ 1 1 fil - H Â¬ Â¬ was ono that Ai UsfirtiMatt Affair iwmCTiMtiiMmiMMMiiim mimh was full of sentiment nntl wan rendered Monday night between 0 and 10 oclock in a most artistic manner Tho niois- - John Sncdegar shot his stcpfntlicr Allen tened eye and thoughtful brow word Purvis at tho home of tho latter on Slate DEALER IN more mutely eloquent applause than tho creek cast of town more noisy demonstrations that greeted About ten days ago a little domestic some of tho others tilt caused Purvis to leave homo with tho CAMPTON KENTUCKY Wcldon J Simpson of tho Nicholas declaration that he would never return NVITES tho Ladies of Wolfe nnd the siirrotiiicHnjr country to cull and Me the 5 ville city schools came next His sub His witc sent for him to come bnek but X mj J f Ul1rflM mnOO tiinta i T- - i wjvo and mints besides nu v ject The Death lied of Uenedict Ariitisnot known whether lie ever got tho 9 WJ5 all tho fashionable fabrics and Purls patterns h iiiin jiisi receivciit inciHUiHjr emllet He faltered a little at the start word nthl However he returned near homo variety of Notions IiicIiicIIiik all of the latest stylfcs in Lives IMbbons c c lie Z Z but soon recovered and showed much Monday night causing the dogs to bark x also carries a large line of elieap medium and high grade forensic ability audit the opinion of savagely Sncdegar went with the gun I many ranked well up with the leaders to find what caused the disturbance and lilch he is soiling ar lower prices than anybody Purchase of him and save money X He was followed by Thos H Ballard saw in the road close by a dark object of Lexington who spoke of Apponiat that made no response when addressed in such a way as to show in a most several times with finally a threat to tox vivid manner the seences that closed the shoot Sncdegar shot the object wliich most memorable struggle the world has proved to be Purvis Nearly the whole ever seen His voice was not strong load of small mixed shot struck him at enough to fill tho house without strain ten step- distance The doctors Alexun iuir it which militated oinew hat against dcr ami Walden think that 100 shot his chaiicis He was hooked as a winnftr took elUct A few were extracted but hv Uiv inn ii v and us was snb coiieiitlv most of the shot nenetrated too dcen to shown was a dangerous competitor cut for them safely A few penetrated ucirgGSu OiiOCxI Lavsrtfat Prof Flcshmau next introducid las the s oniach ono tho bowel and JS tho 9wiwwmiTiBTrMrmjnwmmnfiimmmwv M Sau Hey of Mnnfoid His subject right arm from the shoulder down a m tr mn was the lime honored Spartacus to the Owingsvtlle Outlook Jladiatois Hefoie the hour for the The time was when a young man in contest he felt a confidence in disability this country who had a buckskin suit to win which was evidently well founded was out of siuht anddrestod to kill He is an orator par excellence and when in the eyes of the pretty girls and a man he had finished there was no question as now living in Mt Sterling told us a few to wheie the lirst prie would go years since that when he got his lirst Jesse Hobnail of Harrodsburg city buckskin breeches he thought he was tho schools came next His selection The best dressed boy in the world Hut all Course of Kegulus was not suited to his that was long ago and now the young voice and he would Iiavo appeared to man is only satisfied with one of tho much belter advantage in Komeo and handsome suits furnished by Sharp Juliet or something of that sort He Trimble Denton tho Mt Sterling evinced careful training and will be clothiers So when you want something rOR A THUL MONTHS SUBBCRIFTtON heard from again TO THE nice give them a call try My Mother My God GEORGE W ROBINSON i ih 1 CkHitfIs vuy1u Notion j L FTJtt3SrXrJTXJFLE J TAYLOR DAY - -- Dealer in General Merchandise on a Cash Basis Prices THE GRAND TWO j SEND FIFTY CENTS -- ISSfewU r i I the lower Well did he sustain the hopes of our school that were centered upon him His piece The Corsiean was the most dillicult on the progiam but was bundled with Kcndolnh Iowa Muy 12 1KH great ability He showed intense dracllseuo DrFonnor Dear matic power and the medal that he won consumption of t hoSir I had kidneyKm nnd u liowoR rhcuinal was worthily bestowed bad couh I wm cd harulnj bloody matter iniiclHhrfdsfioiiiiny Kiclnev unit bovels and but not least was Samuel F Mc MllUerecl much pulii I was very near death s Tast Uuire of the Danville city schools whose dcor wife bad female weaklier Wo found Mv unci leiiditioti of the Abandoned Tioop no fellef instill wo live jour kl uoy el of lJaeeho Cine A fe do es rave in- ottles was most admirable and which and tbcittlei cum d My v if tool lloise W a remedy no er and In r elf - in was heartily applauded Our rase iKbmised of mi b i ow r for good what they are The judges Soy John Youim Krowu uruaaUiwlInT uemiu taint ton for II acre Yours truly F M WUITJJIU Friday afternoon Chief AUeriH ami Judge T J Scott and bev Thos W lire department turned hi buy of the Watts ictired tor consultation tiov DR out mid led a procc ion through the Iimwn in a shoit but most elective the bicycle club viand Baskacise Cura principal stteet xpiich deli voi cd the medal- - the ii t Kidney boys on foot and rions biiMiu M wagn DSD IT and led piize was given to the Stanford on horseback all gaily uVcoated he wiuiici is fourteen cirsoid M Great hv lohn McDonald drum corps a sou of Judge Satillev himself an elo- - Cures ail iliseuie- uf tho kidneys bladder As the time lor the content drew near ci ucnt speaker JJimhes Luiiy is the son wiintrv passajre Female Weaknesses l Wetting in children every seat in the opera hotir e was tilled of Mis Lama Curry and younger than Dropsy Icnrt Disease Rheumatism Sum and HloocJ and standing loom was at a premium baulle- y- inchcsier Democrat Suellecl Limbs KnBhts Dis- nisia3 The building was handsomely decorated tc tuipuleiicy dis have two little grandchildren who and SaxtonN baud of Lexington uaimUeed Sample tee Satibfnciion coursed popular music When the cur are teething this hot summer weather Dr Foniier Paiiats utiSb k IFcacliichcs men and arc troubled with bowel complaint CcuistlDatioii etc Tno best t unity Physio tain went up it disclosed ten young cen I give them Chamberlains Colic Chol- Â¬ llr JVimers Gerninn Eyo Satvo cures upon the stage upon each of whom boto EyoMmektd LliilMlestJkln Eruptions tered the hopes and aspiiations of many era and Diarahcca Jicmc dy and it acts 1 earnestly lecommeud it Dr Formers Cough Honey and they were worthy of it Hright like a charm Kellovesaiiy eouirli asthma etc In au hour I was A Klierllli Hi nVniiiiu nrlrlrri Rf11f handsome lads upon whose brows were for children with bowel troubles myself taken with a severe attack of In any Irilainmatlon Itelloves buiiw tooth- written liigh and lofty aspirations within rliomnuiisiii or iny jaiiii in bloody llux with cramps and pains- in aciie neiiralitla Pures colic clvspopsladyscii I loIMJinlnntes whose hearts glowed a fervid eloquence laiyand llu also bmncbltls and cimsutnp- which should make them worthy succes my stomach one tbiid of a bottle of this lion Ono close cures LaGrlnno me Within twenty four rorsalebv lohn M Hose mid Mrs Iou sors to those who have made tho name remedy cured and hours I was out of bed and doing my Day Hand Green Ky of Kentucky famous where patiiots Mrs V L Dunagau Hon To win housework orators are known and honored -For sale Hickman county Teiin i ifc a m in such a contest was a prie such as the Aqua dis- bn lohn M Rose proudest might covet to lose was no W Kl BvJ f Hon W O Mie lohn V Jravenc grace fkME hi a few brief and well chosen woids W T Caskey 15 F iiiiehsill A cAVEATSTRADEMARKs Prof Flcshmau spoke of the object of and II iney of Hazel Circen piiised COPYRIGHTS tho meeting and introduced each speaker throuiih heie Saturday en route homo For a OA I OIITAINmi Aliri IMTIXT n wrlto to from Wineheter wheio they had heen prompt nntner mat Iiiiyc lin t i uti in turn yarH ailSN iV In tlio who tiiisn in h CiTirniinka ovixjrlenoo plteiit Mr II Tho first speaker was Spencer Hest of to attend the oiatorieal eontest Uotih Hrlctly ennlldciitliil A JIiiikIIiiiiiU of In J lis J conoriilnit 1iiIcipim riil tuny to ob Iaey of the Hazel Green aeadeiny foriniitlon vunt free Alfo a ontnloKiiu of niecliaiiÂ¬ tho Millersburg training school tain tliuin free The Doom of Ulaudius and wits a contestant and acquitted himself luil and fulentlllo IxiokH routMuiiti Co rocolvn theme IatuatH tiikcm ttiroiiult did he do that many with hiih honors Although he did not ppuclal notlcoln tno clcinlllic Anicriinii nml so well nvnthin a 0 tin u ro liroiiLrht Klo t Lutorntno nubile with- Thl HDlonilld iwipiT without waiting to hear the win the prize his friendn were very jirotid out cot to tho Inventorilhiorr itotl Iiha tr fat tho thought lfsueil weakly oleyamh lurKCKt ctrmiliitloii of an v jcentlllc work In thu ho would win but such was of him Time is no county in the stale world Sjueiir tnmiilu ooiiick cnt frcn others that Jlulldlm Koltlon monthly SSJUn enr tliat turns out so many good voiiiil coplua Mi cono Kvery nuuibor contains Blnclo the case not Ixmu tltal plntci in colors nnd photoirrnplia of now Henry Clay Lacy of Hazel Green oralots as Wolfe Mt Bterljn Gazette lioifim with plntiH eimtilliit milliters toMiow thu KitiiHt ileHltli and neuuro contriiclrt Adilr J Ms subject lyr academy came next MlJfI A CO- - M w Youk atil UiioUiWAY Many of tlio citizens of Uainsville wiA a newer Not all Egyptian miads Ind aie never wiihouia hottlo of Cliani- ono than many of tho others In him lierlains Cough Icinely in tho hoiiise A HOWAItl STAM1MW ArroitNKV-AT-LA- W wo recognize a worthy successor of Mene laeoh Urown the leading nierehant and other- - who have mnde Miyh fee Taulbeo OAMlTOX KY of the plaee This remedy has proven the mountains famous The story of his of so nuieh value for eohla erottp and wnj prautim in the courU olWolle mid tlio struggle against adverse circumstances whooping eougli in children thitt few adjoining oouiitiea All biiMiiess eutrustod made him many friends and the ability nioiherKwlio know iis worth are willing to our oa re will receive prompt attention with wliich ho handled his subject placed to do witiiodt it For wilo hy lohn M him in the front rank in the estimation Hose iL of many of his hearers Tlio reised school lew enijhatiiill liKUKU IN Tho next spoaker was Hugh J Mann forbids trtisloes to nialcu eontraeus with His subject Harrodsburg academy of Hardware Iron and Steel He handled it teaehers before July 1 Trustees should A Vision of the lnst knowledge bear this in mind and not hind thorn well and showod a thorough LEXINGTON KY selves before the new board is eunstituted of tho subject He delivered it quite gracefully and received a generous According to the school law no person A FLOYD UYKD His subject how who cannot read and writo is eligible for wjL Campton Ky meed of applause If such parson or n prize winning one and tho ollice of trustee over was not ATTOItNB persons already compose boards they of did not givo him full scope for his pow-Abstracts of title furnlslied eollee but course will servo out their term Ioiih miido ami prompt retuniN riiiiirnntfecj ers was hereafter tho unlettered trusteo will boa Coiiiieetetl with the law firm of Wood Day V J Prather of Flomingsburg Mt Sterling Ky hi civil practice His tliemo My Cotui- - thiug of the past tho next speaker Our representative Hughes Curry You can relieve that headache you cametText and his appearance was the have by buying a box of Megrimine at signal forittorm of applause that lasted Tin Hkhali ollice It will only cost for some minutes The school yell was 50 cents and is sold on u positive guar- Â¬ starteca in the gallery and was taken up antee and repeated on floor EAGLE DRENNON Tills preiniuiii saddle stallion will make the season of 1814 at the stable of V T Swaimo in Hazel Green Ky at i to IN SPUE A LIVING COLT money clue when colt is ionled or mare is parted with with lieu on eolt until paid EAGLE DItENNON is eight years old Louisville Times THE BniOHTCBT AND BCBT ArTCRNOON PAPER IN THE SOUTH lear Deaths Door this Hpriug nearly Hi hands hili beautiful inane anil tail plenty ot Ntylo and Htaiiiiuii Sired by the anions HI ue Jeans 1st dam by the fjrtiit pacer John Nosley sire of the dam of Maggie F 222 2d dam by Adams Express a noted saddle horse Id dam by 1 Latest Market Quotations Latest State News All the Local News Complete Press Reports LARGEST CIRCULATION IN THE SOOTH I - I I u- 1 1 Slashiiia 1th diuii by Coppurbottom Kiltie Dienumi Is a half brother to Kosuoe sold lor lsH and eiglit more that sold for 10110 or more Ill no leans hoises have for severnl years sold higher than nnv saddle hoises in Dreniion run show what tntmv he is for himself His eolts Middle fniiu any elics of mines Any mure that eiiu out nude or trot him hied free He tool two blue ribbons at the Hael Green lair last 30000 Or AND OVER DAILY ttv s oo a Year by Mall vear JNOi A HALDEMAN Bua Manager ooo Fourth Avenue LOUISVILLE KENTUCKY c FENNERS Blue Grass Beauty This line yoiuitf stallion ill also make the eason of 1MH at the aine plueu at to INslltl money due uhen colt is fouled oi mare is parted with with lien on eolt until se iisou money is paid Here is the equal of any coll in ICentitekv IV2 hands hiuli eais old the 7th o May bright bay wild uood mane and the grand est tail j on ever saw Goes at nil the lits Sired by Enule Ireiinon he by lHiielean lirst dam Bird by LcmiiIoii one of the best uuiiesiu MontiHiiery county Hud is the dim id uo lone iibbou colts and has nick ed a in tic in mice untunes rMomi itim the celebrated Iliintu Wilkerson Middle nunc lJeaiity is a peilect model in every respect --I Â¬ mi null nn njaw W H W WW repn-eu-tali- ve 1 iloncJ Bepumni 1 A FOR YEAR INDUSTRIOUS m 1 f 51 TlE Â¬ 1 es If you want wurkt lint Ik jileiiHiintuntliiroll tabic We teach hum fctiil tnjoiii nilic ItiiiiitMlJutL ami uoiaeii lion in eton from fefTOO tier diiyto Bllooo pcf year v III Hit having Intel provioun exHTl4iKt oik Ii iuh Hio iiiil iiiiiiit at Which tltevcilll liulkf Ii it iiiioiuit NothlllSllllllcillttO I Â¬ COiVlE AND SEE THEM n fiOA preiniuiii of S will be gncn lor the best eolt of either horse shown at the ilticl Green lair in lh -- -- Maieh IS IK I RAY MQ3S Tho Young Spanish Jack - Â¬ he work la learn or ilut iciiiilit lime a time cany healthy ami honorable and can heclono cIiin liiX iliulline er cuiiIiih iltlit In jnttrowii local It Vt wficn vcp yon llw Tlio vcmilt of a fmv lionrn Mortc ntleo eijiinlM n hpiIch wiikck We liue taught llioiKinnU of both nexcn mid all njfes mill iiiniiv bate l ilit foionl itlotiH that will uidv laiiiK t Iii itt lichen Sciiim of thu mnartOHt men In till coimtr one tlittr hucl ckx In life to tlio start when tliein while In our employ years try It You on ao tail reader ina do us well Vctltyouoiit Nocnpllol iiereinrv cannot with Hoitiethliijf that Is new solid anil mire A book hrhiiful of inlvlrn H free to nil Ilcljiyour Keif by urlthiK for It toclu not to morrow UeUyn arc eoiitly --- E 0 C- - AP LrS CO Dof 420 AUGUSTA SVfAENE 1 Â¬ 1 tM M nrlj-llfty W fail lil if A ROSOO This preiniuiii 111 ili J lack will make the scim hi stable in Hiiol ireen Ky utj of 1HIM at SB TO INSURE A LIVING COLT money due when colt U foaled or marc is parted with tor which a lieu will be tetaiti- cd on colt until season money is paid Koscouill be I years old la lime He1 is bliick perfect in form and litis to be Ho was sired by seen to be appreciated KiikIIhIis imported luck th t lie pnld lhl for his dam IJlnck Hot was sired by Old tJ f Aleck Howells Iiiiiioim lack thai he re fused 1800 lor ho by old Hoiirboii Wilkes i Vd WEV F Vvvyr 27 Jr PUREST AMD BEST THE-PRICE- MILLER Care will bo taken to prevent itecidc iils but I will not bit lusiionslblo should ihey oceur Nlurcs from a distance will be kept on roatsoiiablc terms LESS THAU HALF OP OTHtR BRANDS April r IMil V T SWAPJGO SOLD IN CANS ONLY WKSTlIIIKUTV KY WITH r PflKTIKG MINUTJCH J Uli T AMOH DAVIS CATAKOdUKH Â¬ iirrrnu iiiADH lJNVinOlJJHi 4 THE HERALD OFFICE IIAKL UUKKN KY 4A5tSnK Hint can I tvi 4uiiihi up witncull at MANUFACTUfiERS HVln tid paper 1 4-- Belt man Bros Hitlt 1 Sl Co Is CLOTHIIS 00 Wast h1 Htrmtt 0fOOQfAIt Tlio trnde of Katrit CtJHqMttlMuit rtspctfMlly 1JlfbJMit wii uJC v p a t Mm - i A j MUAff wiiarL imQZw3ttF - mMsiLbisjtohi4LMi i PVriyl i - -- - irvri i nKiiMT - mi i i if ST 2g t mBm itawui PJoWfr-V- - WwWWtlWP Wlitln llwi iiwlrmu itnrn out Tho Academite was read by Win H DeDusk Somo of his local thrusts were deep and painful at tho time but after n good nights sleep nothing remains of them but the scar and the echo of a jolly good laugh T T Every aroused they are enthusiastic and good mother is now try- Â¬ good father ing to devise ways and means by which they can educate their children and as a consequence many of them attended the exercises at the academy here last week Further proof of this interest is manifested in the daily inquiries which wo hear about an exclusive school for young ladies a boy college a business trilling school etc etc which shows that they are seeking the best Our own Hazel Green Academy and oilier schools supply many with their immediate needs but most of the inquirers wish to pro vide for the boy or girl who wishes to Let the good work go go up higher on and Jul grant that the time may soon come when parents will realize that they commit a crime against their own children when they tail to educate them Â¬ Tho press association which met at MM HBBWHWH Frankfort last week is mid to have had enjoyable time in that Editor a delightfully SFHTCIR C00PE1 city An excursion up the river little to Tyrone was one of the features of the occasion and the banquet and ball at the Capital Hotel were each very grand to say nothing of the reception by Governor and Mrs Brown Ion B Nall of tho Farmers Homo Journal was elected president John A Hull of the Georgetown Times vice president nnd Loving HAZEL GREEN KY W Gaine8 of tho Elkton Progress was June 14 1894 made secretary Tho editor and his bet- Â¬ ter 4 anticipated a very enjoyable time No section of Kentucky is today more on that auspicious occasion as the guests earnestly interested in educational mat of Register G B Swanoo and wife but tors than the mountains of Eastern a rush of business prevented much to Kentucky The prominence attained by their regret two young men of our own town The Lexington people who threaten to Godsky and Swanoo as orators of ex- Â¬ oust Judge Jim Jkwkll from his positraordinary ability and eloquence has tion as recorder of the city court would together with our improved school facil- do well to make haste slowly if they wish ities demonstrated to our people the to maintain the good name that officer importance of education as they never has succeeded in establishing for that before viewed it and now that they are metropolis Every man living there and il W1- liiiri s I - rr v YOUNG LADIES CONTEST Â¬ Thursday Â¬ Â¬ every man who has visited the bluegrass capital since Jim was installed into office must acknowledge that there has been a radical change toward reform The editor of Tun Hkuald while in Lexington recently heard somo of the best citizens in that town make the assertion Jim has done more for moral reform JrwrLL in Lexington than all tho officials she ever had and in the light of such evi dence it looks to an outsider like it is unwise to invite him to stop down and out befoie he shall have finished the good work so well begun Let well enough alone is a good admonition in this case and we give the advice gratuitously Â¬ Probably the most interesting feature ot tho commencement was the young ladies declamatory contest on Thursday evening While tho young gentlemen did nobly and surpassed even the expectations of their friends it can hardly be denied that in point of excellence and proficiency they were out classed by the young ladies Each of them seemed to bo tho embody men t of prace and ease At 815 oclock a march was played by Miss Robertson nnd H C Quicksall followed by a bevy of beauties consisting of the contestants with lady escorts entered the rear of tho chapel and in a most graceful and charming manner marched to the platform It was certainly a great exhibition of beauty ele- Â¬ gance and grace and was much admired by every one The program was as follows Miss Vina Poynter Montgomery county Miss Florence Quicksall Ezel Montgomery Miss Emma Congleton county Misses Ida Swango and Stella When the last Kash Hazel Green speaker had finished the judges Revs Clark and Trimble of Mt Sterling and Hon A F Byrd of Campton retired to In the meantime make the awards Miss Nannie Fields entertained the aud ience by reading the second edition of Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ When in Lexington call on L G STRAUS Leading Clothiers who carry a larger line of CLOTHING and sell for less money than any house in the bluegrass capital A Watch free with every pur chase of 5 or over Â¬ Â¬ v J - r Â¬ tinliinrk iimiu good and further demonstrated to the public that she poseses a wonderful originality of thought After a thirty minutes consultation of the judges Mr Trimble stepped to the platform and in a few well chosen remarks said it was the opinion of he judges that the first II I A St 7tu i Si AC A DEMYEXELtCHS ES A Gala Week in tho History of Hazel Groens Educational Institution On the eighth page of this isnn ap pears a card from our friend lion C H Hill of litiitty villi announcing his candidacy for eougre s from tliis district BurCK Iliiili is too well known to many in the district to require an introduction at our hands and Tin IIihali lias on other occasions ex pro ed its opinion of him which brielly told is lie one of the best follows under the sun and emi nently fitted and qualified for any place to which he could be exalted The only candidate polled in this county is Mr i- Closes in a Blaze of Glory And 1onph Whit Attend Pronounce the Kxsimimitlniirt ami ICutertiilniiients All That Could lie Denlied - Â¬ Kendall and the county is therefore conceded to him as first choice There is however nothing to prevent Mr Hills friends from voting for him on the ballots and thus securing second in structions and this we hope they will do and let the other follows alone Burcic would make a congressman who MONDAYS KXTKRTAINMKNT would honor the district and be a credit The entertainment at the academy on to his constituents and we do hope his Monday evening by the little ones was claims may meet with favorablo consid all that could bo desired and away eration throughout the district boyondthe expectationsof many visitors who did not know what bright children Tho Republicans of tho Eighth Ken Â¬ Hazel Green posesses Some of these tucky district have nominated ex State littlo tots deserve especial mention but Stato Senator ItonrUTS of Madison to in accordance with our custom on liko oppoBO the ro electiou of Congressman occasions we shall give no names lest McCrkaiiy and as both hail from Mad- Â¬ we err in our judgment and honor the ison they are likely to have a hot light at wrong ones Suffice to say they all home Jkems however is such a slick acquitted themselves in tho best manner citizen and so oily of tongue withal that and deserve a world of praise tor their his followers feel no cause for uneasiness patience and toil TUESDAYS KNTKRTAINMKNT as to tho ultimate result This makes On Tuesday night the children of tho eighth timo Mr McCiikauy has larger growth had their entertainment been nominated by the Democrats and it was also a pronounced success in Â¬ Hill Specially Reported forTm IlKKAiD La t week was indeed a great one in the history of Hazel Green Academy The exercises euteitainmeiits and gaye ties of the past commencement far ex Â¬ celled any other in the history of the institution It was also the cloto of the most prosperous session in the history of the academy The catalogue just issued from this ollice contains the following summary Boarders OS pupils in town day pupils SO enrolled temporarily in teachers course 50 enrolled in music Tho class 211 total enrollment above summary isa flattering testimonial of the popularity and success of the school J l7 honor should be awarded to Miss Kash and the second place to Miss Congleton Miss Stella Kash is a jewel that is loved and admired by everyone and has a wonderful talaut for public -- peaking Miss Congleton is a former resident of this countv but now resides in Mont gomery ntlDAY MORNING The clo ing exercises at the academy were held in the chapel at 30 oclock in the presence of a large audience of friends and patrons Friday Rev G W Yancy of Cynlliiana who was to address the school failed to be present but his place was happily supplied by Kev H D Clark of Alt Sterling Mr Clarks was a scholarly effort and proved conclusively that the imperishable works of man either in ancient or modern time had Deity as its central thought After this address the medals for house keeping attendance deportment and best scholarship were presented in neat speeches by Hon W O Mize Rev H W Trimble and A F Byrd J M and C E French E E Atkinson and S G H Cord received tho medals for house keeping II C Lacy for attendance and deportment and S M Nickel for best scholarship The quartette then sang Lead me Gently Home after which the benediction was pronounced by Maj W II Taulbee Thus ended tho most prosperous session of Hazel Green Acad Â¬ emy The music for the series of enter- Â¬ tainments was furnished by Miss Robert- Â¬ son and pupils notably were vocal and instrumental solos by Misses Corn Mc Guire Emma Congleton nnd Mnllio James and Jo Taulbee II C Lacy and S M Nickel and instrumental solos by little Misses Carrie Rose and Jessie Thompson also a half dozen selections by the glee club Â¬ Â¬ 1 - - i a I i a Traders Deposit Bank MT STERLING a KY 30000 Capital J M G 8200000 Surplus ill 1 I 1 BranC I BIGSTAKK President L KIHK PATRICK Vice President W THOMSON Cashier Â¬ DEALERS IN We respectfully solicit the business of merchants tanners traders and business men viierallv throughout Kastcm Kentucky A general banking business done Give us a chance to send you a bank book nay your checks and loan von moiiev when in need W Thompson Cash ACADEMY OF THE VISITATION n eiieral Mt B KOIt YOUNG LADIE- S- - kk y r irtita AND Live Stock Country Admirabiles White Sulphur Ky This institution under the direction of the Sisters of the Visitation II V M is sit uated in a healthy and beautiful local ty of the well known Itlue Grass Itegion Here the pupils enjoy the comfoits of home far removed fratnthe distractions of a city and can consequently with greater facility avail themselves of the advantages afforded of a thorough euueation Terms reasonable Music Cravon and Painting extra House is heated oy steam apparatus For further particular address Sisters of tho Visitation B V H Â¬ LOUIS STIX 3 CO if M WHOLESALE DEALERS IN Dry Goods Etc ft Judgo G B Williams of tho Frank- Â¬ lin couuty court last week held tho dis-Â¬ tillers act to bo unconstitutional and void in a trial between tho sheriff and E H Taylor nnd should tho court of ap peals sustain his decision all whisky in bonded warehouses will hereafter bo assessed by tho local assessor Â¬ every particular That both tho enter tainments howover compare favorably with any similar ones given in Kentucky wo are cotmnced and the faculty de Â¬ serves great praiso for their patience in producing such proficiency in so short a timo besides attending to the routino of school duty young mknb contest Wednesday evening was the scene of the young mens declamatory contest aud to say it was a battlo royal would bo putting it mildly It was conceded by all present to bo not only ouo of the best but tho most hotly contested oratori- Â¬ cal battlo over waged on tho academy rostrum Tho young men wero all in tho pink of condition anfl each proved himself a complete master of his speech Tho judges Rev Bruce Trimble Hon W 0 Mizo nnd Circuit Clerk Vansant after a retirement of fifteen minutes pronounced Jos F Taulbeo of Whito Oak tho victor Jo is n capital fellow a good student and wears his laurels gracefully Ilia competitors wero C E W W Quicksall French Stantoi S M Niclell Index and A D Ewl Si b i Young Hugh Ashkii who was arrest- Â¬ ed as an accessory to tho killing of the notorious Andy Johnson at Pineville had an examining trial last weok nnd was promptly acquitted Howard Tatk tho young man who is now said to havo been tho man that fired tho fatal shot is still missing Tho largest moonshine still ovor oper ated in East Tennessee was destroyed lust week by revenue officers It was located in tho Conasango mountains and tho shiners got wind of tho raiders in timo pe but 3000 gallon of warm to mr two barrels of whisky and the still wtrt destroyed Â¬ Tho annual lawn fete was given by NOTIONS Prof and Mrs Cord at The Home A Third Itaoe and Union Sts half hundred Japanese lanterns together CINCINNATI O with tho palo but cheering beams of a We carry the goods that will suit your summer moon dispelled tho darkness of trade and our prices are THE LOWEST tho night and nil went merry as a mar Special attention given to mail orders riago bell till tho weo sum hours of the DONT FORGET THE PLACE T morning It was an enjoyable occasion GOODS aud nil present speak in glowing terms of tho elegant manner in which the - and No 1 Custom House Block hostess entertained After entertaining speeches by Revs Chirk and Trimble NOTIONS the presentation of medals nnd somo If you want new styles and the best goods at bottom prices HAZEL GREEN KY choice recitations by Miss Kash and you can always find tliem them Messrs Taulbeo and DeBusk refresh Â¬ at ments wero served whereupon the young folks numbering nearly eighty soon a a a a a a a aa a retired to their homes each loud in aaiaiaaiJuaai4aajaTBaaa aaaaa iaJaaaJ praiso of tho party 16 and 18 West Main Stroot YOUTH AND 11EAUTY Produce DRY -- - CASSELL PRICES THANKS MARSHAL WILSON The friends and natrons of tho acad- Â¬ emy one and all desiro to express their thanks to Marshal Wilson for tho good order hoinaintained and tho many com tesies recoived at his hands last weok Bravo Undo John J II PHILLIPS WITH LEXINGTON KENTUCKY W M KERR lOUUKHS IN CO WM B LOGAN i Hardware Agricultural Implements IRONTON O JOM PIIINTINO CAUL Ovist the city and Bookseller l Ayers Pills aro palatable safo for children other cathartic and moro eflectivo than any WINCHESTER KY Mall ordera promptly attended to and your patronage is desired Call when in iv FOK FINK AT THIS OFJLICK it i Fjrawmw -a- -v J t KiJSKM rv v J Jpyi n V1 a Vv jW t 5 VSS ZESEULi8 1 Wf ANNOUNCEMENTS VISITORS TO OUR TOWN I llM JftOkMX GtBUHMMMMt For Congress nee JOSEPH touutv Kentucky as a candidate for Congress Irom the Tenth CoiigrcBslonul District subject to the nctlon of the Democratic party t0 announce 9AM HLNKY WILSON ns n candidate lor shcritl of Wolfe eouiitv subject otilv to the will of the people at the polls in November 189 J Do tn 1lrtVvewVorClFloyd M KhNDALI ot Hi XruthorzcJ For Sheriff sure nnd rend the nd of II F Co if you wnnt to save money Pic-a-a- tt Undo Ilemua ABC has sent us n Biblical poem nnd it will appear in next Issuo Uncle Joe Clark who has been at Jnck on for Botne time is now nt home with his family M Taylor Day who has been in Win- Â¬ chester for nbout n month past returned ment week homo Tuesday evening Sherman Gullett and wife of Magoffin county were the guests of J B Thomp This pnper is nil home print nnd you son and wife will find interesting local and generul W G and Elvin Nickell of Upner news on every page of it Read it Grassy were the guests of Joshua De J Week it the Academy Miss Cora Horton of Campton wna the guest of Miss Minnio Day Misses Ella and Easter Brewer visited their cousin Miss Funnio DeBusk Hnrry nnd Clarence Cecil of Grassy visited their aunt Mm Ellen Knsh H F Oldliehl of Mize was the guest of his cousins J It and Kelly DeBusk S S Combs nnd sons Courtney nnd Harry were the guest of II F Pierntt W A Lncy md wire of White Oak weto the guesta of Chap Swango and wife W C Mny nnd wife visited Mrs Mays father nnd mother Dr J M Knsh nnd wife E H nnd S S Oldfield of Mize attended the exercises nt the academy last week Miss Maltie Davidson of West Liberty was the guest of her mother Mrs Duke Howerton Mason W Jones and family of Days borough were visitors during commence DtirhiK Conuunccuiuiit i Dear Sir Your correspondent wit Â¬ nessed tho commencement exercises of the Jackson Collegiate Instltuto on the 4th and uth Inst and I am proud to say that tho entire exhibition was imposing and beyond our expectation Tho sev en upon whom tho university degrees were conferred acquitted themselves with much credit The normal and primary department exercises wore conspicuous Among tho many factors who mado the exercises both interesting nnd a success wero Miss Katio Patrick of Jackson aim Miss Belle Strong of Crockottsvillo Wo havo Tho faculty of this institution seem to have spared neither pains or money to make it a model school With such facilities for the education of tho young men nnd women of Eastern Kentucky ns the Jnckson nnd Hazel Green colleges offer wo can look forward with anticipa- Â¬ tion to the timo when this section shall lend in the educational world So mote it be Respectfully Â¬ Â¬ West Liberty Ky June 11 THE FIFTH AMUAL -- OF THK Cite Jr - no Mmml LEXINGTON Isw peon w nJp ECDGQDQQ V3 an ologant assortment of WILL BE HELD NOVELTIES IN - fi i September 4 5 6 and 7 1894 r i J T GEVEDON Dress Gooms AND - It will this year be conducted strictly as a mountain institu- Â¬ tion and our mountain people are thus assured that their interests will be protected t Â¬ owo j-- c P IK Those who have heard the academy Busk and wife of Cedar Grove yell should hear W W Itingos little 3 feeFrank Poynter the guest of Elder Mene J T county was year old boy give it He is a show by Pieratt and wife himself Misses Murtie Wilson and Mourova Testermnn of Upper Grassy were the The Elocutionary and Glee Club will give an entertainment at the academy guests of Miss Fannie DeBusk Misses Etta and Carrie Swango of chapel on Friday evening at 8 oclock Toliver and Miss Eliza Henry of Ezel A new programme will be rendered Ad were Miss Bonnie Kashs guests mission 10 and 5 cents Misses Louella and Annie Murphy of Ezel and Miss Cora May of Campton Dr J II Stamper of Camp ton paid were guests of Mrs John Davis n fllying visit to Hazel Green Sunday Mrs Lucy Neul of Guthrie Oklahoma jind availed of the occasion to inspect nnd Miss Maud Maxey of West Liberty Tin Heralds new cylinder press which were visiting Miss Florence Quicksall Misses Nora and Lulu Green Nickell he was very much pleased with of Ezel and Miss Jennie May of White Carl Mize who has been attending Oak were the guests of Miss Maggie Centre collegeDnnville arrived here Knsh T Monday evening to spend his vacation Mits Lizzie Cnskey of West Liberty with his father and mother Hon W 0 and Shade Perkins and daughter of with Mr and Mrs W T ISIize and wife and other relatives and Index stopped Caskey friends Mrs D G Combs Misses Cora and Curtis Kose son of our neighbor Jonn Lcnuie Combs Eddie Daniel and John 31 ran a rusty nail in his foot one day Combs and Tommie Daniel were guests last week which caused a very painful of Mrs F McGuire Misses Nettie Poynter of Cedar Grove He was sufficiently recovered wound Nettie Wheeler and Mrs Boggs and however to go with the outing party daughter of Mariba and Alfred v Wednesday oT Stanton registered at The Coon Home Pomp Kendall and wife and their lit- Â¬ J L Henry Miss Itebcccn Thomas tle boy and girl were guests of the Day and C W Woinack West Liberty G Mr Kendall T Center and wife and Willie Pieratt House Saturday night to pay the entrance fee of his Campton and Ike McUuire of Maytown came over registered at the Day House kinsman Hon J M Kendall in the Do you want the best rolls congressional race Do you want the best Hour If you do bring your wool and wheat to Our Gillmore correspondent under Mavtown and you will uet Itcv J M and machines running every the best Mill of the 10th inst says date day Maytown Mill Co Little preached at this place today to a He informs well behaved congregation Put Out in Just Ton Seconds Bro E P Mickel will be with us us that Our citizens to the number of two or next meeting Born to the wife of H three hundred gathered on the burnt C Shockey on the 8th tilt a boy both district here on last Monday afternoon mother and child are doing well to the at two oclock to witness the exhibition wife of John Mcintosh a boy Hoeing made by the CinuiunatLTiu and Japan Fire Extinguisher Co The test was corn is now the order of the day given under the personal supervision of W T Swango of this place on Satur- Â¬ Mr Herman B Wells president of the company of Cincinnati and Mr W V day purchased ten extra fine steers of a Snyder the local agent of Georgetown man named Wills who drove them from Ohio and was satisfactory in every Pike county They will average 1000 rcspeot clearly demonstrating tho Stem pounds and are the nicest lot of cattle pie Extinguisher to be one of the best methods yet devised or invented for the seen in this section for a long time Mr controlling of fire Swango will take them to the Mt Ster- Â¬ A structure of pine boards was built ling market and our blue grass friends nnd nfter being thoroughly saturated Tho who may want some right royal beef with coal oil a match was applied extinguisher was then turned on nnd tho will do well to be on the lookout for fire put out in nbout ten seconds All Billy who witnessed the test were thoroughly who lives about a mile satisfied that the Stemple will do nil nnd Caleb Nickell more than is claimed for it The head and n half from Daysboro but over in quarters of the company are S E Cor lar- Â¬ Morgan county has in his yard the Sycamore and Canal Sts Cincinnati gest locust tree we ever heard of nnd Winchester Ohio Herald Spexcek Coopeu Hazel Green Ky probably the largest in Kentucky anyAgent for Wolfe and Morgan counties how He pulled it up about forty five years ago when a little sapling nnd The Boss Fish Story of the Season transplanted it where it is now growing W O May of White Oak while fish thirty feet high but in cir- ing in White Oak creek last week ran It is nbout Â¬ cumference measures eleven feet Inquiry his hand under a log when it accidentally found its way into tho mouth of a Â¬ develops the fact that the oldest inhabit large pike Thinking he had found ant never beforo heard of one so large something good to eat the fish at once and if there be one of the species pseu proceeded to swallow Mr Mays arm dncacia we should like to hear from it up to tho elbow Mr May mado desper nte efforts to free himself from his finny Elocutionary and Glee Club of foe but in vain until he pulled hisnntng Tho bank and culled in a friend Hazel Green Academy started out Wed onistoutothe where to assist in extricating his arm from the nesday morning for West Liberty vice like grip of this gnmest of game Â¬ they made the first stand of their out fish whose long sharn teeth were buried ing that night About twenty persons deep into his biceps The fish was a weighcomprised tho party and they were beautiful specimen of his species ing twenty threo pounds and the largest about equally divided into three wagons of his kind caught in that section during all of which were decorated with tho several years past Mr Mays injuries They whilo quite painful are not serious nnd Academy colors hazel and green of The Herald ofilco no danger is anticipated uiiless pytemia baited in front should result en route and serenaded us with A first class 25 horse power potable saw nnd the nendemy yell when they corn complete nnd nnd we threw our old mill all in complete if needed a good terms went their wny order Price and mill shoo nfter them for success on the trip reasonable For particulars address May town Mill Co Maytown Ky Thoy exhibit nt Salyersville tonight nnd Shooting Last Sunday tomorrow night thoy will bo here on Some four or five young fellows passed occasion tho citizens should givo which through town Sunday evening and desethem an ovntion by attending their exhi crated the dny by firing their pistols bition en mass The admission is only within tho corporato limits Wo have chil- Â¬ 10 cents for ndults nnd 5 cents for not learned their names but understand dren nnd surely everybody can attend thnt they have been spotted nnd will bo indicted and encourage them Â¬ Iff 0OGWO MQ A KID GLOVES A DDODDDQD Whon in Lexington fail to givo us a call CBBBCDBD dont s Pvemflnias Â¬ Â¬ STORE Opera House Block Masonville and Lons- And paid in Cash without discount of any kind Now dale Cotton 7ic yd LEXINGTON KY mountain people preparo Best Calicos 4Ac yd Jot your stock and produce and A new and carefully select Lancaster Apron Gingbe on hand to compete for 4Ac per yd hams ed Stock of the these handsome prizes Â¬ Â¬ BBBBBBBB LATEST STYLES 4mwmwmWMw5 Â¬ Wo are Solo Agents for Kid Gloves B3For further particulars address the Secretary Premiums will be announced in a short time 11 Â¬ and at prices that defy compe- Fosters SrComc and see us tition Respectfully Mrs MAGGIE HOWARD Featherbone Corsets AND VICTOR B0GS6RT F PIERATT Pros R A KAS1I Sccy a Standard Patterns piaifactuni 17 Jeweler 1 I BBBBBBBB WANT ALL E Short Street LEXINGTON KY Diamonds Watches and Jewelry Reliable Goods Fair Dealing and Bottom Prices All Goods and Work Guaranteed J ItesJA Lexington W W FYVIE VARNER CO KKlMtlvSKNTtNU 0 Your good butter and will pay 12 4 cents a pound for it Kggs HXA And when vou want to get the EjulJKST GOODS for the LKAST SlONKY you will find that I can accommodate you in every I have a large stock to sclec particular from and whether you buy or not I will be pleased to see j on every time you come to Wishing vour continued good will and patronage I remain vours to please JOHN M HOSE P S Times are hard and I havent press ed you but Id like to have a little money now today if possible town Â¬ John M Rose dles the juitly eelebruted HAZEL GREEN KY Is the only firm in the town which han SANFORD w moft E BARRINCER WITH J Shoes C P Tracy Co Boots and troin the wholesale house of wholesale dealers in Mr Dry Goods Successors to Carter Bros Co Go 121 and 123 Second Street Importers and Jobbers of Ik PORTSMOUTH give him a call OHIO POKTSMOUTII O The trade of KiiHtern Kentucky respectfully solicited SErWhen voti wnnt the II EST footwear nolly Boat Wall la AND NOTIONS LOUISVILLE KY Patronage of the mountain merchants is most respectfully solicited w J H PIERATT and Sale Stable Livery Feed Â¬ HAZEL GREEN KY Â¬ J3KT wyti able terms HAZEL GREEN KY jrlnuhle nnd Single Itigs and Saddle HorneH Is the only merchant in Wolfe county who for hire Parties convoy sells the celebrated ed to anv ooiiit on reuson- Â¬ J T DAY - iOHILLED- Â¬ Â¬ will also attend to all calls for auc tioneering and solicit hnsinesH of this kind Jtcsicctfullv fcc JOHN ll PIERATT Â¬ SOUTH BEND PLOW and he respectfully invites fanners to call and examine it before purchasing BEN WILLIAMSON tucky CO CATLKTTSHUUG KY Sole agents lor Northeastern Ken Â¬ DINQFEfDER I I W WITil J Â¬ Â¬ WHEN to tho hnnds of any but roliublo Importers and Jobbers of people whon you tiro looking for DRY 600DS AND NOTIONS Wo nro tho largest CLOTHING house in Contral Kontucky juul Nob 537 539 and 541- make a specialty of 700 nnd 10 r West Mnlti Street J C rod ran KortonCo 3 YOU WANT A WATCH I K Itig-n-jjgjj- g With ovory suit for Mon wo givo ti guaranteed lovor movo mont dust proof WATCH AND White Hall CHAIN fkhe Suits LOUISVILLE T KY J II 8WANOO JOIINHOV Campton Hazel Green 7j qoop Or anything in the Jowolry lino lot mo know it I will fur Â¬ nish you goods vsrlk the money and YOU will havo auAKANiJ2 nt homo whoro you can uso it i JOHNSON ATTOHNEYS-AT-LA- SWANGO W Respectfully GRAVES COX KY CO LEXINGTON C D 00Wn CO Will practice in the Wolfe county and cir Collections promptly mado cuit court and abstracts of title furnished on short notice THE JEWELER Ky EZKL Morgan County MAUPIN WJTII wirur T F nAPK f wr V Â¬ Â¬ BEN WILLIAMSON rvit c J F LOOKIIA11T Hardware Cutlery OATLETTSBURG KY Sole agency for South Heud Plows DrTp 3T WW Hli Mly j WHOLESALE DRY GOODS NOTIONS BOOTS HOKS D H CARPETER OATL1TTMUKG KY fcEL KY 3T1 ir - i r urv f V rtcni ivjuifii1 pwiff mm m tw- f - fl STATE FINANCES b1 i iW let ft r I r i TrennHrer Ilnle Talk of tlm Growing Deficit nnil Probable SHHpenalaii SMWCBX OOOPXR Eiittr Speaking of tho financial Condition of tho stato Treasurer Halo n few dayB ago HARD- - TIMES told a Couiier Journal reporter tho fol- Â¬ Whs In Knponlble for Them Ilepubll- - lowing facts AND crm llnimclty Appnrontly Wo havo been struggling against a The Democratic party Is not rcspoiiHl- - constantly growing deficit in tho general ble for thcsn hard times Not until after expenditure fund since February 1 which the 4th of March 1803 did it have tho has now reached tho largo amount of J fvTJill ttO JBt power to pass a law Both houses of 500000 resulting not from tho inadecongress must unite- in tho pansago or quacy of tho resources of the state or Hairiness is either hereditary or caused repeal of a law and tho Republican any extravagance or misuse of tho public the Senate for money but from Democratic economy by sickness mental exhaustion wearing party had the majority thirty years prior to that time The hard in the tax rate and tho irregular receipt tight fitting hats and overwork and trouble Halls Hair Renewer will pretimes en mo upon us a few months after to tho treasury vent it The sheriffs revenue very little of that and before any new law had been Insurance may cover actual loss of goods burned but passed or old ono repealed and before which as a rule roaches the t reap my His Bad Health Choked Off does not pay for time and trade lost while re establishing it tho present administration had any op before ftctobor or SoVomboris by law Joseph G Kibble young fanner of Chris-- buine s lKKVIOT TI1K FIRIC WITH A STEMPEL put its politics into effect duo from and after March 1 iu each year tiau county eommiitcii suiemo on last portunity to Wo must then look to bad laws and ad- and it is contemplated by law that it Wednesday night by hanghm himself to tfsgSPENCER COOPER Hazel Grooii Ky arjont for Wolfe and ministrations prior to that time for the will bo paid into tho treasury in install- a rafter iu his stable Ho had been in Morgan Counties ZfdSFTnll ami boo tho Littlo Wonder causes which brought our present vnrn ments every sixty day thereafter bad health for muiio time and on Monday MsNMtibviu4kinvmanitfffiV4MMiii iwtnivfwn To meet the current demands against attempted to cut his throat but wns pre and it is not dillicult to find them For thhty years tho Republican party has tho general expenditure fund and to vented mid had been guarded since He maintained a system of tariff taxation avoid tho humiliation of a suspension of ehulul hi guards and committed the 11 13 ami 15 W Main Street which took from tho consumers of im- payment by tho state th6 sinking fund deed f ported goods about six times n much as and school fund have been exhausted JTCXLNGTOTSr KY 1 L Reese at Mt Btcrtititr is head actually went in tho treasury to pay the and through tho kindness and noble gen- Â¬ 4 quarters in Kentucky for sowing maexpenses of tho government It voted erosity of tho designated depositories WHOLESALE AND RETAIL chines and supplies Writo him for KlnriS tho Farmers Hank Frankfort and Rank to six great corporations 275000 filivny y bottom prices o want vonr triule and are in LeMiiLton 000 of acres of public lands ft created of Commerce Louisville 300000 have prepared t show you the greatest selection And endowed gigantic corporations with been borrowed to bridgo said deficit till Shooting in Johnson County nliroofls in the city One large room It voted to Shoes a second room is tilled with In a difficulty hist Wednesday at Oil Imprudent powers and special privileges July 1 agreeing to return said amount Dry Goods Notions etc while in the third Springs in Johnson county David Litby which they have become so powerful to tho depositories at that time room we carry an immense stock of Gents Furnishing Goods Hats etc To ascertain This agreement on our part was toral was stabbed three times by Clarand rich that they have a great and how many of the readers of this paper deal 200 ence Jackson and is in a critical condialmost controlling influence in dictating originally baBcd upon the taxes with ns we will allow a discount of 5 per loaned to theo 000 duo from tho banks of the state tion Jackson made his escape The cent to any customer liringing this advergovernmental policy It tisement when they deal with us This ofcorporations millions of dollars which July 1 but tho deficit in tho general cause of tho trouble was an old family fer good for two months only Watch for was unnecessarally taken from the expenditure fund has not only exceeded feud prices in our new change peoplo by a too high rate of taxation all expectations but it has more than Examine the date after your name on jufim JfF UAlVAUMJyil although it had already given them more doubled the auditors estimate in his last the margin of this paper and if behind X ft land to pay for tho building biennial report than enough send us at once for which we will be Tho stato board of equalization com- Â¬ of their railroads andsuch is their power quite thankful and influcnco that wo have been us yet pleted its work and adjourned a month unnblo to make them pay either tho ago and tho equalized values of taxable principlo or interest It exempted from property have been certified by the audi- taxation about ono fifth of tho propo ty itor to tho sheriffs and collectors and it Lot your first entry be a resolution of tho wholo country thereby increasing it is earnestly requested in view of the not to buy until you luivo seon us for tho taxes of thoso who owned the other facts recited thatextraordinary diligence four fifths It established a system of bo exercised by the collectors commend Â¬ banking by which tho owner of ready able liberality shown by tho taxpayers monoy could loan it to tho government and tho largest payments possible into next and not Â¬ at six per cent and it would issue him tho treasury by July in addition thereto 10 per cent of what withstanding tho recent legislature ex r ho advanced to it in bank notes which tended tho timo for tho penalty for the o You will run no chance Things nonpayment of taxes to December J biho could also loan to tho people thereby are what thoy seoin getting interest twice on tho same money monthly payments in something like Thorn will bo no disappointments It has constructed mid officered sixty un- equal installments will be ab olutely in storo for you necessary custom houses in tho country necessary to meet current expenses after at a cost of about 0000000 mid main- July I and pay tho big school warrant Otherwise tained them at an oxpeno of about SO of 800000 duo October MANAGEI 000 a year when the duties collected at suspension of current expenses of the 157 X rmadway LEXIXUTON KY them in tho aggregate does not exceed stato government however humiliating iMwtiBiwwiimiwiunniniwnmnwwwMiiiuini that amount When we consider those it may be will havo to come notwith jy 1 vwfiw vKt d f 02 things it is not strange that times are standing our long and hard struggle to avoid it MLa ML M kx Mu8L hard and the people impoverished when wo reflect that 25000 men own one half is tho finest pure white bo Clean - DHAIICIt IX of tho property in a country of 70000 cvor introduced hero It is better Map 000 people it is unnecessary to argue than Cashmere Uoquct for the toilet that legislation which has made such a superior to Ivory for fine laundry and stato of case possible is wrong in princi- ahead of Sa polio for tho kitchen One plo and vicious iu practice It is not cake 10c 2 for loo 1 for 2ft Sold at strango that a few colossal corporations this ollico only f Mitchell Wagons Owcnsboro Wagons and tho great moneyed interest control u dgeTi sTjFwTthd RAWS j IcConnick Binders and blowers inn great measuro legislatures congresses is true Ill Health Compel Ills Ketlreiiieut Imin courts and administrations It Wliitolcys Solid Steel Binders and Mowers the Knee tor Kenimiliiiit Ion that a small part of the Democratic party Repairs kept in stock lor MeCormick AVhitcley and Judge Marcus C Lisle tho pro out has joined these monopolists ami that Champion Machinery Granger and Tiger Hay Rakes member of congress from the Tenth h somo of its prominent men havo con trict who has heeu a candidate for re Avery and Malta Double Shovel Plows cluded that they can never bo president election has withdrawn from the contest unless they pander to their interest and When he returned homo from Washing advocate a continuanco of the policy ton a short time ago he was very ill but which has enriched them at tho expense V his physician held out hopes of hi spech of the people The peoplo should teach and permanent rccowiy These hnpOi them that they aio tho greater power have not been realized and he has only that they make presidents and oilleials recovered enough to be on tho street Bu RICHARD Their last scheme is to demonetize silver short while at a time and is extremely and take half the metal money out of 1STD JOHNSTON weak Owing to tho short time before circulation so as to double the purchasing tho county primaries he will not bo able power of their toady gold and to thus in to visit tho district and tho Winchester 9 cfFoct double tho debt of every state Democrat of Friday contained the fol The Farmers Friend county municipality and individual Is the title of our new lowing card from him announcing his withdrawal from tho contest North Maysville Street Mt Ky serial story The reputaWinchester Ky Juno 0 To i o Tho Pens Good Showing sub voters of the Tenth Congressional Dii Warden Henry George has As it is Springtime of course everyone will want to clean tion of this well known mitted his report of tho operations of trict Having become convinced that my house and must havo tho Frankfort penitentiary for the month candidacy for a renominatiou tocongros American author is suffiof May Tho report shows that tho chair is seriously inteifering with and retaid factory produced 173838 1 Tho kill- Â¬ ing my recovery of health it becomes cient guarantee that the to my family and myself to ed labor and material to produce them my duty cost 807580 subtracted from tho out withdraw from tho contest To themanv story will be a good one leavea 80f7M to bo credited to loval friends iu each county who both put Such as bedroom Suits Cheap Bedstead Rockers Pianos convict labor There was an incomo with and without solicitation have Organs Bureaus Tables Mattress and everything that you from tho hired convicts in addition to pledged mo their earnest and devoted OPENING can find in a iirst elass Furniture House Ve have tho tho abovo of G0848 which makes a sympathy and support I desiro to Â¬ bo credited to congest line of Carpets in Fastcrn Kentucky and our Fiivnitntv press my sincere thanks To tho Demo total of J22002 to is the latest and at rock bottom prices vict labor Tho total cost of maintain Â¬ crats of my own county who without CHAFTERST- Re sure to call mth for tho mouth was a dissenting voice so far as I know havo ing tho penitentiary sec us at 080509 which leaves 23003jw a net given me well nigh through three heated IN profit to tho stato over all expenses for contests their undivided and ummiinoug or u support I bare and bow my head hum Â¬ tho month of May iU SJriJTb uv THIS rtakScSllSi may bo loft of I was troubled with an bly My life whatever Somo tlmo ago Respectfully it belongs to them I used Chnmber attack of rhoumatism M O L1SLK OMMsJ iiousi M lains Pain Jaltn and was completely J Mum OAMlTOX KY TiuHiiiAUollltQ new has moro print Â¬ oiired I havo sinco advised many of It HOLlON lSlolHMSXOU niy friends and customers to uso tho ers Htatlonery than any other tdniilnr Fi I 411 t Si establishment in Eastern Kentucky and 11 npeak highly of it MmedyNiu Tho patron vi if lite triiiMii puMIe it M printing reHpextlullv JIiul liiM the IfM ullil ma Goldbauni San Luis Rey Cal For thoyou want gut it of any kind this Is every place- to allviuKii k tliueuinimt vt fiesta m by John M Rose Â¬ Recorder Jewell Holds 0b Recorder Jewell of Lexington who is credited with tho authorship of Politics is h has escaped threatened impeach ment Ho found ho was wrong about issuing a rule against tho aldermen for remitting a fine which ho had imposed and as soon as he had been notified that a petition was about to bo filed in the circuit court to have him removed he made hasto to apologize The petition was withdrawn pilliSsER nx s emuBlFirB BBY WHE Miliar HANDY ipiili I SAVE70UFTH0USE RELIABLE - CHEAP SIMPLE Â¬ 4 Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Jm r Â¬ L XnWX wttw 1 1 1 -- Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ 1 0 om 0004044044oe4tte4 SUPERIOR to all other medicines for purifying the blood and restoring1 the health and trength Begin t leai Hit Carpets Curtains Rugs 1 Â¬ Oil Cloths Mattings Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ 1 1 Sarsaparil is the Debility II NSW AKM HUGH HICKS W Â¬ standard specific Scrofula Catarrh Rheumatism and jW Ja L I jd M f Â¬ will cure you ures HARDWARE OOEEfOTARE NWARE And a Full Line of Agricultural Implements rarce wilh i t Mtff flmersons Â¬ The Best and Cheapest Cook Stoves and Ranges on the Market Que ens ware at Cut Thro at Prices MANTELS GRATES MftL60li - Sterling jut Â¬ - A New Carpot or Matting Â¬ Window Shades or House Furnishing Goods iv THE Â¬ lar Â¬ APPEAR MASONIC TEMPLE Wi ISSUE mn U fmTA in r ifaiwi rm MB 0 Mt Sterling Ky v 1 TRIMBLE BROTHERS 1 lflJUCU i MT - STERLING KY M f r rf Jtfl-- -- W tr i W BMHiHBMBllllllllMPMH m v WW MBFW3 OTTOgP VXU tSl 1 UllJIIWmWWll I RieHTOMSLC9LA-JoHN5T6R- 1 CpPYRIQHT ia02BYiB1PPINCoTJ CPMRANX i CHAPTER L NLY spirits nd vcnturotis to audacity made settlements on bank of t h o the the western Oconee river prior to thedis- - possession of i was Pcaree Am erson who in one way and another acquired landed and other property and by tlie time when the town of Alii ledpreville was laid oil and made the capital of the state was what in that period people called a rich man When he became old he was induced by his elder son Wiley who had done re Â¬ markably well in business and married quite beyond expectations to leave the hi plantation on the river bottom to the management of an overseer and build or occupy a house not very far from his own on Clarke street His wife accustomed to be dragged whithersoever and made to do what- Â¬ ever he would oilcred no useless re Â¬ sistance and what time she lasted managed as well as could have been expected It troubled her a jrood deal to see how proud the father became of Wiley and his wife compared with his liume for Cnllen the younger and his wife Not that she did not grow to love and that very much Wileys wife Julia of the excellent and rather aristocratic family the Marstons of Putnam whose deportment towards and whose words about his people were much less apologetic than her Hut something nobody husbands knew exactly what caused the elder womans health to decline after they moved into town Some said it was just natural old age which nobody in this world has yet been found able in the long run to cope with Some said it was the breaking up too late in life of long settled habits and vainly Attempting to get into new Yet others ventured the opinion that it was because from Cullen who during childhood had seemed to be rather the favorite with his father the latter had become estranged owing to his mar- Â¬ riage with Hannah Enlow Anyhow when they had been in town about a year she fell into her iast sickness They said that towards the last she talked to her husband with unwonted freedom about some things that were on her mind and got from him some promises which helped her to meet leath without very much complaint They put her in the very nicest town coffin and both husband and son Wiley were proud even to boasting of the fcpot in the cemetery chosen for her grave From a child Wiley had been a thoughtful person At ten years of age when Cullen was born he reflect- - mi Among these if there wasnt another in the whole J Indians low who notwithstanding her poverty would have married her any day that she said the word Hut Hannah tie elded upon Cullen 1eople said she was bound to have an Amerson of some sort Dabncy knowing that he had been outrun fairly made no out- Â¬ ward complaining and in time went to town with Intent if possible to become a lawyer People said again how rash some young men can be when Â¬ they cannot get the girl they want as I44H world Hut you must know that Han nah poor as were hor parents was u beauty like whom was not one In all that Oconee region Her slight figure her long yellow curly hair her smooth neck and fair dimpled cheeks her lov- Â¬ ing eyes and mouth no I am too far gone to describe fitly such things Peo ple who read this story if they care must try to imagine what sort of a girl Hannah Enlow was Some years back Pearce Amerson if only it had property to back It would not have complained at such a match for either of his sons He knew that the Enlows were every inch as good as his people Then he had been heard to say that Hannah was as nice a girl as could be started on all sides both of the Oconee river and of Commissioners creek His wife even to her dying day said that Cullen had married well and except for Wiley everything might have gone on satisfactorily lie let the affair go on without a single word from his mouth until the marriage took place Then he said to his father that if he diil not wish to witness any unpleasant family scenes he would keep Cullen with what he called that piece1 he had taken up with outside the pale of Milledgeville society for as for himself he could not and his wife should not give countenance to any such connection Why Wiley appealed his father you diltlit pear like to be opposed to I allays Cullen a marryln of Hannah thought mighty well of her except that the family is poor Even that father ought to have been taken into some consideration by Cullen who it seems to me might do his part as Ive been doing to lift up our family instead of putting it down lower Hut that isnt all and not nigh all Hannah Enlow Is not the sort of girl for ihim to marry in no way I know Hannah Enlow and he ought to too 1 never said anything against it becauso I saw it would do no good Cullen never would take my advice What Ive got to say about it is to you and you only The only thing to do is for the family to make the best of it they can but as for intercourse with me and my wife theres got to be mighty little of it The old man rude as he was had a good deal of simple honesty and uf fectionateness but these in his ex- Â¬ treme uge had seemed to dwindle tin- Â¬ der the influence of his elder son Dur- Â¬ ing the seven years that Wiley hud been living in town to the small capi- Â¬ tal advanced by his father had uccrued several thousands Such rapid success led the old man to regard him with the greatest respect and pride and acting upon his counsel he settled Cullen upon a small portion of a large tract which he owned ten miles from Milledgeville on the road leading to Â¬ -- countenced visiting on a scale not too limited to cause very much talk among the neighbors He seldom came out to the nlnntnMou beyond which had been turned over to him by his fathor without calling on the return and hav Â¬ ing a brief chat with Cullen and Han Â¬ nah or with Hannah alone when Cul- Â¬ len might be in one of his fields and the visitor would not henr to the pro- Â¬ posal to blow the horn for him On such occasions Hannah more than made up for Cullens coolness by her own cordiality Whenever the father came there she set a nice dinner had his chair put exactly where and how he wanted It and wheu the meal was over got out again her sewing piled it with dexterity and talked about domestic business with a heartiness that led him gradually to think that after all Cullen In spite of Wileys talk had done better a good deal bet Â¬ ter than ho had been fearing One afternoon on Cullens return from work earlier than usual Hannah had just put oil some of her nicest things with which she had adorned herself and was resuming her usual working guise Hi Hannah ho asked surprised what have you been so fixed up for Trying to see how the new ribbons be Â¬ As If everything didnt come youV look becoming when put on you lb other has just gone Cullen she I saw him as he turned in answered from the road and I thought Jd show him that I appreciated his visit I was about to have the horn blown for you but he said not jus ho had just called by for a few minutes to see if all was well 1 Wiley In this as in others of his plans moved with the discretion that he had been studying all his life Ho WALTER AWOOD 1894 Always at the front in design style and quality of our MOWERS HAY RJLKES -- X i z ixrxjrjiiziQ ana BUNDERS with latest improvements we call attention of farmers to their great strength durability and light draft Our sales show that they are unexcelled bend for Catalogue toll TUBULAR STEEL MOWER hay rake i WALTER A WOOD MOWING AND REAPING MACHINE GO J V ri 3 4 ENCLOSED GEAR REAPER HARVESTER AND BINDER See W W REED Mt Sterling Ky for prices 1 he said with no petulance but in the straightforward manner which he al Â¬ wouldnt have done that certain ways practiced Cullen she replied a trifle flushed 1 wont say I know what Im doing although have rather let you think otherwise that I have not been deeply pained by your fathers and your brothers treatment of you since our marriage and I want to show them that I wish as your wife to pay all the respect I owe them My object is to reconcile them to me if it can be wish you wouldnt hinder me done or look as if you found fault with me In spite of your keeping so much re- Â¬ serve I think I have noticed that they are beginning to think a little some- Â¬ 1 1 thing of me LadlesToilets Curllg Iroim WooIlmi Dress Goods Hronzlng Paints Whalu Hones Ginghams Lawns kv Wlmledtoiie Casings Silk Laces black and white MiifliiiH White Goods Laues Embroideries Ladies Slippers DreHH iSliiehls CorsetH Veilings Infants Cis Complete line of Hosiery Dress Trimmings Elastics etc cte Umbrellas Towels Buy Your Hats of Mo and Got Them Trlmmod Froo of Charge My stock will embrace every article of Ladies wear hi the latest style just front the city as well as many other notions too numerous to mention I will also do DltESS MAKING and will cut and make dresses to suit the hard time prices Dest system of cutting bv the Hiiddington Cutting Machine which was awarded first premium at the Ky well and favoru- Worlds Fair 1893 jtTMiiui LAURA KAWLINGS of Covingt blv known to the ladles of this vicinity will he my ansistaut Your trade is respectfully solicited and satisfaction guaranteed Very respectfully For the benefit of the ladies fo Huzcl Green mid vicinity ITKNISIIINU GJ30DS STOKB nt mv rcuhl ncc in Huzcl plelo line of the following tirthlcs which will he wold ut the cmii hmliis lliits oiikh nun tri eiveix Hat Trimming llihhoiis Underwear HandKcrchicfs I nott it tati sill IQWKST lMUCKSvix Ladies Gloves I have opened a GKNKUAI Green and will currvn coin P Tears were in her eyes He drew her to his breast Why my darling I dont mean to As for father find fault with you mother sayi she hopes and believes ho is gradually getting to love you right much Its all the work of brother He always has selfish purposes in BMiJLiifeaSmiSitfy everything he does and nothing either I or you could do will make him alter them I know something of Brother Wiley Safest His object is to hurt you through me in Eastern Hut I dont see the use of fighting him Mrs FRED DAY nifiVjeiinii9fiLiairif jMnKThc f FIRE LIFE mXJ mL ACCIDENT 26000000 27500000 Mt Sterling Ky w WMpmm Ky Best and MOST RELIABLE Agency Rates Reasonable Kentucky Im not fighting him my dear I simply dont feel like being specially considerate towards those from whom against our natural rights I and my You wife get so scant consideration say you Know something of Wiley My poor child your knowledge of him is small beside mine Ive been know- Â¬ ing hlin well ever since I was old enough to know anything about peo- Â¬ His hand ples feelings and motions was against me on the day I was born In my in- Â¬ and it has been ever since fancy he was a tyrant ovor me once j ASSETS OVER LOSSES PAID Address A HOFFMAN Giau City ioiial 50000 J V ENEMIES THREE There are with which the wenlc petrton generally has to contend Wohk regularly cntnuimeH his Htrongth hut often pays for what it takes Wonnv lights the candle at the other CLAY CITY KY Capital FLOYD DAY Eur p t rcri Macon CHAPTER IL r end and never pays at all Djbkahi ties his hands and deprives him No Hank in Kastcrn Kentucky has better of power of resistance vaults nor better facilities for keeping your Who can number iw thousands account Managed entirely bv home people who know you and who arc always ready to accommodate vou OVERCOME yWMonuy to loan on reasonable rates President Cashier COX BY Call ctn us 1 r- - I J Ii - v t - - 3 1 1 - -- i2 Â¬ SltK TAIKKD TO Kit UlSIIAVI say in ed upon the usolessness not to to him- Â¬ certainly the Injustice decency self of another son coining to parents who had Intermarried so late in life that they ought to have been satisfied with himself alone He behaved toa wards his brother as If the latter were who troublesome supernumerary get hi had his to come into the world only him what thither- Â¬ way and divide with Cullen dur to had been all his ownmany trials to nonage made Inir his the forbearance of the win at least unintentionally he had brother whom As for Hannah Lnlow thus offended when a girl of her uncommon beauty temptation even had been a fourteen but her family being of he small property and no pretensions his ambition to a higher was led by Cullen 1nnc Three years afterwards anybody as to with without consultingmarried her she bo consequences the just turned of ing seventeen and lie had not a rival he twenty Not that steady young f el- In Arthur Dabncy a Â¬ i robust open faced was much handsomer than his brother who though of good size and figure was of palish complexion and habitual- Â¬ ly wore a cheerless suspecting face The winsome girllshness of Hannah continued after her marriage She had taken Cullen mainly because he had won her affections Yet she was very sensible of the advantage of con- Â¬ nection with a moneyed family and her heart though not too eagerly had been set upon living in town It cut her painfully when she was made aware of Wileys hostility and the influence exerted by it upon his father and without confiding it entirely to Cullen she resolved to conciliate them if such a thing could be done Not artful by nature she had will and per Â¬ severance and a moderate degree of reticence Cullens feollng was to act defiantly but she persuaded him to accept wlthoutcomplaint the proffered farm The mansion a rather pretty newlj painted even to the chimneys in white was situ- Â¬ ated on an eminence In a grove of red oaks The hind though containing the most rolling portions of the big tract from which It- hnd been set off was productive and with the work of half a dozen not very likely negroes thrown in with it Cullen now indus Â¬ trious and reasonably thrifty made good crops while Hannah brought up in economical habits contributed her full share to their lucent comfortublo llvbuj Cullen and his wifo had too much love for each other to be made very He unhappy by such discrimination Wiiicni WlNCHlbTKIl r Bank KY this mighty trio For years wo have fought these consumers of life with lifes own weapon the air we breathe made stronger for the combat by the aid and skill of modern science Our ii r J a fl tall ruddy COMPOUND OXYGEN restores strength quiets tlio nerves and expels discuses Proof that will conviuco all who reason is offered freu to all who suffer Send us your address fie imr i fii j N II WmilSKSPOOK President It I II UKTKJt Cashier Paid up Capital 20000000 Surplus 0000000 Â¬ Â¬ This Dank solicits the accounts of merchants farmers traders and business men ir29 Arch St Philadelphia Pa i 120 Sutter St Sim Francisco Cnl generally throughout Kastern Kentucky and oilers its customers every facility and lets talk or bomktiuno kihk the most liberal terms within the limits of octlHly when I was uhout ten years old and legitimate banking he outraged me ho that I nearly killed him with a stick and would have done so with my knife if he hadnt stopped Clark County Hationai Bank No ho told me he wished I was dead lie doesnt particularly wish 10 nun MAIN STREET WINCHESTER KY you Caveats and Trado Msrks obtained and all Pat- Â¬ It Is 1 whom he Is after and it ent hualnoua conducted for Moderate Feet would have been the same whoever I Our Office It Opposite US Patent Office JOHN W UK AX President JK STAKKEY PALEN story-and-a-ha- lf - may have had something to do with It Capital 200000 Surplus 100000 for shes just one Qf the liest women in Undlvldod Profits 35000 this whole world Well its Organized she said languidly Sho the county 181 being the oldest bank hi hard to feel ones self a Collections mudo on all points Oppoilta Patent OMee WaihlAften D C stopped smiled kissed him and said mid your ImsiiiekH solicited Lets talk of something else At onco they ran Into their habitual OTELLELAND Lexington JAMES HOTEL cheerful chatting in which Avero H H It liUOOKH IroprltHor Kjv some low spoken words about n hope kJ Fourth Street near Main and a prophecy very dear to them Xeu lluihllrig Oas ntpl rlectric hU CINCINNATI 0 both Klectrlc Elevator Healed throughout with Hot Water Unles 200 a Day Vmr -The continuation of this thrilling mid ab Jf SHO WinilSUW HONtf Miuinger sorbing story will he continued In next Wglfu and Morgan business center and depot Coiiih asd VCJ Tho patronage of U It 11KO0K1 u yoar me lteaicetfulv wceku Hkuaiii Subscription counties licitcd i latterly he has appeared somewhat Sister Julia cordial comparatively might have married Ill admit that Hg CASNOWCO tb V 11 T CURTIS Cashier and we can occuro patent In lesa time than theee remote- - from Washington Hond model drawing or photo with descrip-Â¬ tion We advlao If patentable or not free of charge Uut feo not due till patent le secured A Pamphlet How to Obtain Patents with namos of actual clients InyourUtate county w town lent free Addreia GT Â¬ Mfl 1 t- t T BBBBBBWMswPWS ww nt n i f t ijjIL TTffiiijKiViiHliiJ U1 jSSSjSWitTTiKSAMlDIKSjlIiBMISSBffiCMiB ft 5 It Iri l WOWK COUNTY NKW8 IiO City I ocrIh Our town can now boast of a first class barbershop J F James and wife of Lacy creek are visiting Mrs James1 father Allison Row Patrick Elnm of Morgan county lino opened up a picture gallery and will continue the business indefinitely James F Gose of Grassy creek pass ed through our town on Saturday last on his way homo from Jnckson wlcro ho had Wn on business Judge 0 B Allen killed an unusually largo copperhead snnke in his cornfield last Friday I failed to got tho sizo of hissnakcship but it is said to havo been a huge monster Leo City liko Hnzcl Green hns commenced to repair her streets alloys c Marshal McPhcrson has bridges already begun the work with n vigor that warrants a continuauco until everything is ppnpletcd Â¬ to preach at tho Methodist church on Sunday failed to fill his appointment on accountof sorious illness lie is reported to be in a rather critical condition Miss Cora May who has been visiting her undo and aunt Mr and Mrs J F VanBant of this place for sometimo past returned to her homo on Sunday Her many friends hero regretted to Bee her go S H Hurst and Courtney F Combs who have been attending tho Jackson Collegiato inBtituto for tho past term havo returned homo tho school having closed on tho 4th inst Mr Hurst com pleted the course at tho school and re- Â¬ ceived his diploma Drs Oongloton Center Stamper and others left hero Wednesday for Louisville where all except Dr Stamper intond to be examined on tho 14th inst for a license or authority to practice medicine Tho examination will bo held at the building of tho medical department of tho university at Louisville In letters to his friends hero Dr W L Stamper formerly of this county and more recently of Indian Territory writes that ho ismow assistant pastor of Ccntcn nary Methodist church of St Louis Mo with a salary of 1200 per year His many friends who may read The Her Â¬ ald will doubtless bo glad to hear of A WbmUelasts Fountain order before the supply runs out Pen at 100 Best thing on tho market for tho money Send in your CUSTOM HOUSE FRED J HEINTZ Manufacturing Jewefcer LEXINGTON SQUARE i 4 KENTUCKY trj 12 W SHORT STREET LEXINGTON KY lingular Monle 25 conts Mails to order nt all hours 10 a m to 0 p m Supper from 5 to 9 p m Breakfast from 5 to 0 a in Dinner from vOysters Lamb Fries Fish and Chicken a Specialty as the rock of Gibraltar and arc satis fied with tho light received as far back as 1857 and later Our Sunday school is increasing jn interest and numbers Our pastor Kov J It Nelson is quite sick ut his homo ot Frcnchburg and Rev O C Dcuistou of that place filled his appoint ment here Sunday preaching a good sermon Suject Prayer Our townsman Alex Patrick was yes Â¬ terday seen hunting for Oscar Young lato of Jackson In answer to what was wanted he said ho learned that Mr Young and R A Day our efficient post master wero getting up an organization to bo called tho Sons of Rest and wanted to join before tho organization was full He went on Every ono we hear speak of it says they are well pleased at the idea of a purely mountain fair this year at Hazel Green The blue grass must give us a little time We know we can not com- Â¬ pete with them now with our mountain stock but will soon if we manage as we should in tho future Mrs Mary A Repass formerly of Uiis town and mother of Mrs W P Sample died at the home of her son II Repass in Pikeville Juno 1 aged about 90 years The effect of the late snow is scarcely visible osido from timber Everything looks prosperous Oats that came through tho freeze was never better than now The hard times complained of that has kept some from subscribing for The Hekalp we hope will soon pass away J C Sample of New York is visiting Wingless homo folks Â¬ Â¬ aiiyhbii 18 20 and 22 N UPPER STREET LEXINGTON f w atmm KY OImha 3IUCU 1 VIIU ln Will MnilinH nun in ntHHiui linn nuii n st In iiuu in n h1 Â¬ T It winter summer has broken up tho pros pects of crops aro brightening every day Every thing in tho crop lino is encour- Â¬ aging to our farmers in this section and they havo now gono to work with a dou bio energy Dr J A Taulbce accompanied by A F Albricht a life insurance ngent was his success Quite a number of our citizens attended in town last Saturday each on business connected with their respective vocations tho closing exercises of Hazel Green I learn that Mr Albricht took a few lifo Academy during tho past week nnd policies Dr Taulbce is the examining they all express themselves as being physician for tho compauy represented highly pleased with the various enter- Â¬ tainments given nnd say that they were by Mr Albricht Emmet Williams who has long been a of an unexceptional character They candidate for motrimonial honors hns say that everything gave evidence of the after so long n time induced Miss Jane fact that the school was a success a fact Lykins to accept his heart and hand for of which every citizen of Wolfe county better or for worse tho remainder of their ought to feel proud There were 46 applicants for certificates lives and on last Sunday tho marriage at the examination Saturday week ceremony was performed by Elder H H Littlo at tho church house in this place About 15 of tho number failed to obtain and the happy couplo went on their certificates on account pf either having given or received assistance before or way rejoicing James II Sebastian of Daysboro paid during the examination or on nccount our town a pleasant visit lost Sunday of not being ablo to obtain tho required It will bo remembered that Mr Sebas per cent to authorize the board to grant tian is ono of the defeated candidates for it In some unaccountable way the state justice of the peaco at the late primary board questions had been circulated olcctlon Many friends of Mr Sebas- Â¬ among the applicants nnd at the directtian claim that he was in right the nom ion of the superintendent of public in inee had n fair vote been polled which struction they wero all sworn This will likely lead to another contest at the was tho only means of protecting the innocent Thoy were admonished bv the HON C B HILL OF BEATTYVILLE coming November election board beforo they went into the exami- Â¬ David Jackson of Magoflin county and Miss Clara Wilson daughter of nation that thoy would be sworn and To tho People of tho Tenth CoiikiokhIoihiI District of Kentucky Shelby Wilson esq wore married last that either giving or receiving any assist A condition of political a flairs in this Saturday Tho nuptial day having been ance during the examination would dis Â¬ district peculiar if not altogether previously arranged for last Saturday qualify them from receiving a certificate unique brought about bv the withdrawal and upon the arrival of tho groom and and yet in iho face of this warning they at this late day of tho lion M J Lisle present representative party learning that a meeting was going went ahead regardless of tho law both your for the entrance of other opens the way aspirants Our and yielding to the solicitations of the on at Leo City it was agreed that the giving and receiving assistance wholo party repair to that place which laws aro good if enforced and tho time Democracy of my own county nnd nu wasonly half an hours ride Upon their has come when the interests of the young merous friends in various parts of the and also arrival at tho church house tho happy and rising generation demand that the district favorite embracing what appears to bo a opportunity to execute a couplo was conducted to hymens altar laws in this regard shall and must be well known wish on my own part by by their attendants Mr Clay Wilson and enforced This kind of work is bringing offering my bervices to the district 1 Miss Lora J Dykes and tho marriage our county into disreputo and it is hereby announce myself a candidate for rites wero celebrated by Elder II II needless because our teachers can obtain congress subject to the action of the Democratic party certificates without it Avis Little Three month ago 1 was urged by Speaking of farming crops etc wo many leading Democrats to tauo this MORGAN COITNTV NEWS sttp and the pressure at home was espec desiro to mention David N Wells esqr ially strong but impelled by tho conwho is ono of tho most progressive farm Kel Kvoliitloim viction that tho Democratic custom of Doc Hicks of Harrison is in the sub according a renomination by way of en Â¬ era of this county and likely of any of Since the 4th urbs of town tho adjoining countie dorsement to a faithful representative day of last March ho has put up SOO Dr A H Nickell a few days ago sold should not be ignored in this case I declined and dismissed all thought of panels of new fence and has cleared out his property in town to J M Pieratt entering the contest Tho retirement Miss Clara D Pieratt who has been from the race of tho gentleman who was and planted in corn over fifty acres of now ground all of which looks prosper Â¬ attending collego for sometimo is now seeking this endorsement and whom I could not get my consent to opposo withous nnd promises overy thing that tho at homo Asa W Nickell who has been taking out cause removes the obstaclo to my rich soil of this section will produce and This together with tho vast amount of lessons in medical scienco at Louisville candidacy duty brings you face to face with the which your citizenship oats and grass ho has sown and other returned homo a few days ago imposes of choosing among a number of Mrs John Rice of Frankfort is visit candidates who must come before you valuable improvements ho has recently mado upon his farm will evidently justly ing hor sister Miss Loulu Cockrill who on their merits and claim your support on the scoro of personal fitness and placo him upon tho list of tho progress Â¬ is regaining health very slowly fidelity to tho indestructiblo principles W N Nickell of this place was ono of Democracy ive farmers of tho country Tho visit of your scribo to Hazel of tho lucky guessers in tho Courier My duties and business experience Grcon last Sunday was not very pleasant Journals recent prizo offer His part over since I arrived at tho ago of twenty ono years have been in the line of public Every thing presented an aspect of however was small affairs within circumscribed limits it Elder J A Howard is filling his ap is true and I havo devoted no small gloomy forebodings Tho high school had just closed and tho 150 young ladies pointment at this place as announced part of my Mine and energy assiduously and gentlemen that usually promonado somo time ago Seven hundred peoplo to tho thoughtful consideration of questions of tho streets of Sunday mornings nnd attended tho day service last Sunday eat with public policy and popular interÂ¬ a view to intelligently dischargevenings wero no whoro to bo seen Tho Meeting is still in progress with several ing my duties as a citizen if nothing will give tho number and more few persons that rould by accident bo additions Within tho short timo that intervenes aeon groping through tho town looked results next wesk Elder B W Trimble between the present and tho date of tho moody nnd forlorn Tho army of Tccts of Mt Sterling is attending the meet county conventions I shall bo driven by too had gone horso foot nnd dragoon ings and taking part in tho samo and the exigoncic of the caso to limit my dogs monkey and goat This had added has preached some excellent sermons on canvass to only a few counties of tho dis another phasq of benighted melancholy christian union Ho is a very smooth trict and shall not bo able to sco many Whilo of you in peron and express my views to the town It reminded mo more ot a earnest and forcible speaker on public questions in your presence long ago old tlmo broken up sugar camp among us ho has manifested that chris- and I hope therefore that in performing than anything that I can now call to tian courtesy friendship and lovo which tho sacred duty that devolves upon you characterizes a true christian gentleman as citizens and voters you will act with And mind patriotio deliberation RpHpoctfullv Our scribo should remember that this and ho has endeared himself to our peoU 15 HILL is a dry town nnd whilo ho was hero plo to n degreo not common for a stran Â¬ Beattyvillo Ky Juno 11 1894 Bluut several hundred of our citizens wero at ger in so short n time ELECTROPOISE Editor worship Mnytovrn MIhnIIci CHiupton Currency Two Month Kent 8500 Mr Editor Wo know your rulo and to Clay A limited number of instruments will H Stamper jr went Jamea would bo tho last ono to ask it violated bo routed at this nominal prico simply City yesterday on business But our people feol that tho report cur Â¬ tis an advertisement You can not a fiord H F Pieratt and family of Hazel rently circulated abroad that our town to miss this opportunity It bus novcr Grwn were guests of the Comb House has gone off after tho so called now light been mado before and will not last long Address Seo advertisement elsewhero Saturday and Sunday Is not true We nearly all stand as Arm DuBoU Webb Louisville Ky Parson who was announced Bar Ur Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Foreign -- Domestic Dry Goods AMD MILLINERY DRESS MAKINGS G rand Opening of Spring Dress Goods Every Day R CUSTOMERS recognize the fact that wo are giving tho best vnluo una showing tho largest ntJBortmont of Now and SeneormbJO Dress Goods Silks Novelties Vel- Â¬ vets and Millinery of any house in Kentucky Silks from China India and Japan such styles were never shown such beauties wore never seen prices were nqvor so low- See the great variety and novelty in our French Silks Satin Duchess Moiro Antique Brocades Stripes Peau de Soio Zanzibars and Cha- moleon eflocts Have every weave known to the most famous makers in Europo Our Grenadines are a specialty and our patterns can no where else O - be--foun- d Our Spring Woolens aro beautiful and our importations aro the1 latest our stock the largest and most varied our styles unoqualed Novelties in China and Japanese Draperies Embroidories Laces and White Goods Underwear Corsets and Hosiery India Linen Dimity Mulls Pique French and English Nain sooks Embroidored Swiss Artistic patterns in wash materials Duck Suitings Galatea Cloths Figurod Corded Muslin Zephyr Ginghams Real French Organdies our own designs Such a raroly beautiful selection of these lovely goods wero nevor shown by ono house bofore Childrens Gingham and Muslin Dresses splendidly mado 0 months to 8 years Roady mado Eton Suits in black tan and blue Shirt Waists Black Dress Goods tho best value tho best wearing tho most satisfac- tory aro tho Lupin woavos Wo havo Ono Hundred varieties to select from Storm Sorges aro always ready Imperial Cords Jacqtiards Molroso Henriettas Cropons and Granito Cloths Spring Capes cloth and laco Spring Jackets now stylos light in weight low in prico Tho largest stock of Jouvin Genuine Kid Glovos in all longths all colors the finest mado -- MILLINERY DEPARTMENT Tin largest stock of Mill inory Goods in Lexington Specialties in Bonnets Hats Childrens Caps Flowers Veiling Ribbons Seo our display of now things from Paris London and Now York DRESS MAKING DEPARTMENT is Miss Orr has charge Tho latest stylos aro givon you a perfect fi surod Wedding and stroet costumes made on short notice T fj8 GwnBiii WAVsosr AND LISTEN TO US -- HOOS-f- KEEP PERFECTLY STILL You must have goods and we intist have money We will guarantee a saving of 15 to 25 per cent to you on every pur Â¬ chase from us We sell everything in the Dry Goods and Notion line Wc sell Carpets Oil Cloths and Window Shades nt CINCINNATI PRICES I Lexington and Mt Sterling prices not in it We make Gents Clothing to or der at less tlinn ready made prices Wc give elegant guaranteed To our customer sgOfifSM to trade with us you ever got to Try it this year Well give you the THE GOLDEK RULE DRY GOODS STORE Wincftester KM W F IIILTON Proprietor emm w Iaolui Jr ttUr Xfn T T ftan Illl n 2 wlthtUrooanDlatTonor IHi QUINNS OINTMENT We fuxvt dOM not keep 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