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Digital page images are linked to the text file. 1 ezi rrp KB l - 1 A wtt r yy J w V v j - SPENCER COOPER Ownor and Editor Hazel Green Herald Jistabliahod March 4 1885 and Mndo Famous in tho Colobratcd Story of ikSSW yXj3k v WVi Jonathan and Ilia Continont at HI Hack by Max ORoll V WA Of a NoJuy World TVIth Now From All Nntloim IumVrlngr 100 21 A YEAR Always In Advno Ua TENTH YEAR niH TTT riTKlttLUBjaii HAZEL GREEN WOLFE COUNTY KY THURSDAY JUNE MJJ 1894 NUMBER 13 14 HJILLUKLIII Jk 2 -- JSJUCw When you come to Lexington drop in and see us and we will show youtlio biost stock of DJROP THE GLEE CLUB ENTERTAINMENT At Campion Saturday Night and How ImproMHtd thu ltuilu Thuro It flLTHLEIV Aioisaussssacsoasii Camiton Ky June 18 189 1 Killtor UVVA GltKKN 1IKHA1D ffimliM Hats and Furnish inns for Men and Bovs f Wholesale and Retail you ever saw Ov-nrf It you can t come write to us and tell us flf what you want Mens Suits from 5 up V 1 you come in person and make your selections 54 E Main Street M ftaTYou will make more than your expanses though if Boys Suits from 125 up ONE PRICE CLOTHING HOUSE KAUFMAN CO LEXINGTON KY MERCHANTS JOB WHOLESALE LOTHOUSE ONLY 137 and 139 Race Street Big Drives in Cincinnati Ohio lothkh JFSendssig9 mm mm for our Price List m THE 0 2 165 to Mail Orders ia W CSJ5C5 167 Race Street CINCINNATI iJ9 IVHiuLo O iiliHH The leading house for FANCY DRY GOODS FURNISHING GOODS and NOTIONS Alwnrya hiivo Rig Drives Special attention For 1000 Â¬ FIFTH ANNUAL EXHIBITION ok Tin WLmmmHn WILL BE JIELD September 5 6 and 7 1894 It will this year be conducted strictly as a mountain institution and our mountain people Â¬ are thus assured that their interests will be protected ft h iiV VV a - And paid in Cash without discount of any kind Now mountain people prepare your stock and produce and Â¬ The Weekly Courier Journal has an- Â¬ nounced another of its popular guessing contests taking the temperature at Louisville during the month of August as the basis One thousand dollars in cash will he given free as presents to the new or old renewing subscribers who miess the hottest day at Louisville during August and give the closest guess to the highest temperature the weather bureau thermometer will reach on that day The subscription price of the Weekly Courier a vear Each guess must Journal is be accompanied by one yearly subscrip tion No newspaper published in the United States has been so liberal to its subscribers or has offered such liberal prizes to secure new subscribers as the Courier Journal During the past 18 months it has given away in presents absolutely free 17 100 in money not to mention such premium articles as sewing machines watches guns etc This in spite of the business depression that is felt as much more in newspaper o Hires than in any other business Tho Weekly Courier Journal has just announced the lucky guessers in its May rainfall contest There were 222 of these guessers distributed over the states of Alabama Arkansas Kentucky Texas Tennessee Mississippi Indiana Virginia Missouri Louisiana Illinois Iowa Ohio Pennsyl vania Nebraska Indian Territory Michigan South Carolina South Dakota West Virginia New York California Florida Washington and Oklahoma No better indicator of the circulation of the Weekly Courier Journal could bo had than this list Sample copies of the paper with full details and blanks may be had by sending a request on a postal card Address Weekly Courier Journal Louisville Ky The contest closes Julv 1 Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ 31st he on hand to compete for these handsome prizes v further particulars address the Secretary Premiums will be announced in a gFor Their Suiiiium Outing Capt Leo Hathawny and Gibson Tay- Â¬ lor esq of Winchester accompanied by the formers daughter Miss Carrio Lee and Misses Robinson and llensley were guests of the Day House Thursday night last and left Friday morning for Torrent They wero on their summer outing and enmo by way of Mt Sterling and Frenchburg Capt Hathaway and two TulcliiK Dear Sir Through the columns of your enterprising paper will you grant mo tho opportunity to express my views in re- Â¬ gard to the entertainment hero by the Elocutionary and Glee Club of your town on the night of the lGth inst Such a scene so worthily so eflectivcly perform- Â¬ ed is worthy of tho praise commenda- Â¬ tion attention and encouragement of all talented striving people As a pronoun ced success in every respect it is typical and demonstrates conclusively the abili ty aspiring genius and elocutionary training of tho spejikers who rendered general satisfaction which success well may be centered upon and attributed to the faculty of the Hazel Green Academy from which have sprung two orators to whom tho people point with honor and are justly proud The people showed their civility and appreciation of such things by giving them n large and attentive crowd Oh allow mo to express my appreciation for I will but voico the sentiments of all I The programme consisted of singing declamations etc Tho singing vocal was very sweet very emulating very pleasing and indeed thrillingly voiced Doubtless the noticable feature and the most captivating was a part of this club the ladies you know who were arrayed Lo it was diffmostly in white attire icult to tell whether thero was a person of a Mary or a llorgia in it or not Virtually it must have been more of a natural than a common thing with them to sing in the most silvery tones The deep subtile rotund voices of the young men similar I imagine to the tones of the angelic bands produced on tho trumpet of fame and glory were equally admired and enjoyed The declamations declaimed by both the young ladies and men were well delivered relative and declaratory to elocutionary training and practice an art in which much interest should bo manifested certainly one in which the speakers displayed much knowledge great power and forensic force It would bo discourteous or unbecoming to men Â¬ tion any special one in this however my mind is concentrated upon one II Pyramids C Lacy whoio subject was lie handled his sub not all Egyptian ject with perfect ease in a forcible cap tivating wav The mode of his gestures was the noticable part and his rich clear voice struck the heart of the aud Â¬ ience like sweetheart love pleasing and satisfying In him we recognizo oratori cal talent and ere long may the halo of his fame spread from ocean to ocean culminating here and there in a blaze of glory Such an occasion is one long to be re membered for it is characteristic and a standing vindication of what tho schools in tho mountains of Kentucky are doing in the way of educating the masses of the people and bringing them into the true light of civilization and manhood The people of tho mountains are not so deep in the slums of ignorance as is often and erroneously thought but that they will surely climb the rugged vine clad hills till they reach her sun capped summits Mark the preof fame and knowledge diction So mote it be To tho Glee Club I make my mod est bow and conclude as your scribe Mr Editor will doubtless give you the de- Â¬ tails Very truly yours Â¬ prize-winning LEXINGTON CSSGr3Ci5CC55 1 j psqL rsn fnTFFa MARCHS 24 W Main Street Jv Vn for AWM3JfXM MSa M 39 ilk W JJHP A Â¬ Â¬ Emm Ho 1h w jk H i TEtt Ross DEATH OF WARREN FARAR round In IIIh lloom UiicoiihHouk and IliH Soon Attor Yesterday morning when Mr Warren 1arar the well known contractor and B Co member of the firm of Farar Glas doing business at 21 East Water street failed to como down to his breakfast some of the ollicers at the police station across the street forced an entrance into his bedroom over tho shop and found fcccccmj him unconscious and paralyzed Mr Farar lingered along until about Wo havo nn olognnt nssortmont of 11 oclock when he died He leaves a Gphmi Wolfe county boy who is at Hazel and a daughter Lottie who is at school at White Sulphur IJoth children have in been telegraphed for and are expected Jr LEXINGTON NOVELTIES Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ here today Mr Farars remains wero removed after being embalmed to tho residence of Mr David Worsham on West High street Tho funeral services will take placo tomorrow afternoon Tho deceased was on the street at 8 oclock Tuesday night and appeared to be in tho best of health Ho had a slight stroko of paralysis about two months ago but had overcome this attack to a -- Dress Mi - AND - KID GLOVES UQIZBQUiCD Â¬ great extent Mr Farar was well known and his sudden death has proven unite a shock to his many friends all of whom knew him to bo an honorable hard working man He was li years of age and had lived in Lexington nearly all Ins life Wlion in Loxinglon fuil to givo us a call dont irea J it J Â¬ Lexington Transcript Juno1 On last Wednesday night at ten minutes past 10 oclock a special messenger reached hero from Torrent with a dis Â¬ patch from Lexington summoning Warren tho dead mans sou and our appren- Â¬ tice to the funeral but he declined to go 1 Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ short time H F PIE11ATT Pros R A KASH Secy k PEIITI1G V5wllilKAIS roUuii mi with tvnu fflf HERALD UAZEL OKEi K OFFICE of tho ladies rode horseback whilo Mr Taylor and tho other lady traveled in n Mr Taylor jh an old news buckbbard paper man ho having edited tho Winchester Sun as n Democratic sheet some few years since and whilo here he paid Thk IlKiiALi oflice a pleasant though brief visit Wo wero sorry tho party hurried away so soon as it was our in- Â¬ tention to point out nil the interesting places about tho town and wo hopo they will como again and stay longer with us IJreck Hill wrote us from Stanton n day or so ago and judging from the tenor of his letter ho is meeting with much IJreck Hill has a world oncourngemont of friends in this district and tho man who thinks ho wont bo in it should just keep hia weather oyc on tho Camp ton Â¬ 1H3NJ SEWELL KmtorMcU by Dootorn Â¬ Dr L A Rhodes of Norwich N Y I have been using writes as follows Quinns Ointment for tho last year or two and it is the best remedy for what it is intended that I liavo ever found For curbs splints spavins wiudpufls and all bunches Quinns Ointment has no equal Trial box will bo sent upon receipt of 25 cents silver or stamps Address Kegular sizo 150 delivered 11 Co Whitehall N Y W Eddy unless you can obtain from your druggist For salo by John M Iioso Â¬ for tho reason that he would feel worso to see his father a corpso after an ab sence of nearly two years than to stay hero Tho deceased was our first cousin and just two days our senior though ho always seemed more like a brother as in early childhood wo were constant companions and wo feel his loss deeply His death makes of Warren nn orphan indeed as tho littlo fellows mother died when ho was but two years of age Ho was placed with us in October 1892 to learn the printers trade and in tho inte Â¬ rim wo havo formed for him and ho for us an attachment that it would bo hard to Hover and God helping us wo will bo to him u father and trust our good wife to give him a mothers caro Â¬ Masonville and Lonsdale Cotton 7c yd Best Calicos 4c yd Lancaster Apron Ginghams 4Ac per yd QDDDDDDQ Â¬ 1 jxa Â¬ 3 4l Wo are Solo Agonts for M rm M Fosters Kid Gloves Featherbone Corsets and S m v Standard Patterns OBUBBBBD m SV convention Mrs Al Read of color living on A first class 25 horse power potable saw Grassy creek has our thanks for a mesa mill complete and if needed a good corn mill all in complete order Price and terms each of mustard greens and new pota- Â¬ reasonable For particulars address May toes and tho potatoes woro the largMt town Mill Co May town Ky and finest wo have seen this year OlsUriCo Lexington H va v t J it A VI T- J jS nt f tiuitfjin mtdtoki ooorsR M id vw xmr KmtfnvmjmMmmmwmy wittr THE LOCAL PRESS i For steady coarse of moral force And human action grand Forbreadthnnd length anil growingstrenglh Of freedoms perfcetucss Thoy cannot set the sum of debt They owe The Local Press j v it a E uin Keftd nt tho Vrvn AommIhIIoii by Henry They cannot pay for peace today T Blmitnn For just and equal laws Foreknowledge gained for wealth attained However well mans toll inny tell Boliglons holy cause In uirettig lifes ilemiimls However great ho Ills entitle For loving wife for happy life In tenements and hinds Foe everything to bless However free his dnyn mny ho For joys untold there is no gold From common debts duress Can pay The Local Press Ho never know how iiiuuli ho owes I have two litllo grandchildren who similar fate Ono thing Tho Lucid IMcss are teething thin hot summer weather u M rai3it For proper food to serve his brood Buy your writinir paper at this mIRc it IWllYl CMimtML mid art troubled with bowel complaint guy to deck For garments It is tho Kitv3li I givo them Chamberlains Colic Chol two piires for only 15 cents for nil die ills of household hills era mill Dinrahoja Remedy and it nets best Youll like it Ho promptly gives his check liko u cliurm I earnestly recommend it Tlioy Iliiiml ii Parlor Cor He pays accounts in tdl itmoitntH While diguing a trench thioiigh u cel for children with bowel troubles I was For diet and for dress myself taken with u severe attack of lar that had been excavated aud then put its mark al the topmost But Hover knows Just what ho oivm Tlmt thing The Local Press bloody lux with cramps and pains in filled up by the flood of 188 at Johns my Htomach one third of a bottle of this town 1a workmen one day last week pinnacle of country journal- Â¬ It may ho true his Hfctlmo through remedy cured me Within twenty four unearthed a parlor car that was lost from Ho pays subscription price ism and week after week has And pays perchance in long advance hours I was out of bed and doing my the ill fated day express at Concmaugli To do the printer nice Mra W L Dunngun Hon It is believed that further search will labored to reach the goal of housework To ndvertisu and pay for size Aqua Ilicknian county Tenn For sale1 Tineurlh bodies of persons lost on that In columns more or lees J Tow thorough- Â¬ train bp John M Hone its ambition lies prompt and fair but is not square Hiiiihi onWfllolitltiK rigim With it The Local lrcss ly it has accomplished that Secretary Carlisle has bent to tho sen Now this may seem a sort of dream ate in response to a resolution passed by task is told in the hundreds A mere poetic thought that body a few weeks ago calling on To those who pay from day to day him for information relative to the ap of tributes paid it by the press Just what they think they ought All Indorse tho pointment and changes made in the of the countrv and the warm Dut let us sue if this can he From any dreams excess a report showing treasury department hearted testimonials received All men should know Just what they owe that since the inauguration of the present 8 If aught The Local Press -For Babios as Woll as Old Foil administration between March - lsU bv it from friends in all lands am glad to say that the Elect ropoi c 10 ISJH have been 7M theie and May For watch and ward and jealous guard Oer all our social ways appointments 72 reappointments 1185 has cured me of rheumatism and illuiss The English damsel in Dev- Â¬ the result of typhoid fever as well as For careful note of drift afloat promotions ItiO reductions 271 resigna- catarrh Have used it in the family Upon our sea of days onshire the JSew England tions and 6T0 removals 71 years old down from mother-in-laFor warning true of dangers new Of tho appointments Ohio got 2S Ken to the baby used it on the baby while To peace and happiness maiden of Maine the sun clad tucky W Indiana 21 and West Virginia teething and it worked like a charm To what sure friend can neighbors trend For throat trouble we have never found 20 The value of these appointments in auvlhiiig to equal If not The Local Press it Several of my lass of California the semi round numbers for Ohio amounts to neighbors have them aud are all well When from our great of church or state can not say loo much in ii0 Indiana 23812 Kentucky 18fi3l pleased tropical creole of Louisiana Wo anxious wait report priise of th Elect ropoUe and West Virginia 2V20 When from high cause beneath the laws Mus F M Cvmaiiax Verona Ky and last but not least our own I Miring the same period there were 211 Tito action of the court Iluekeyes promoted 17 KcntuokiuuH 8 Brain Congestion and Vortigo Cured Its teeming sheets upon the streets mountain pinks all indeed With tho Electropoise We take with eagerness West Virginians and no lloosiers Sirs Last July I was taken with And details rise to greet our eyes Of the 73S appointments S l were solwho con the contents of its vertigo a congestion of the smaller Hot from The Local Press diers and 21 were widows daughters or blood vessels of the brain hyperaeinia pages week after week sing With headlines rand the uewsnotcs stand sons of soldiers The soldiers themselves I could not study everything I ate disTHROUGH THE 11 JM0 per cent of tho total agreed with me at last I ate no solid they who run may read That formed I the same song of love Nor Accounts are there from everywhere appointments Of the Olio removals 105 food but even soups and liquid food J did not agree with me I was induced good and evil deed Of were soldiers aud eight were sons daugh Â¬ ADVERTISING COLUMNS A French humor- in one nights is this all to try the Electropoise And types appear with warnings clear ters or widows of soldiers The 10 vete time it had relieved the brain connection Of joy or deep distress I began the next dav to ist traveling in America at rans toraied is o iw per cent oi me aud vertigo And news goes down the grooves of town Tho 271 resignations included study I ate from that time what I removal From oil The Local Press pleased and then by a perusal of its 58 soldiers or 2 percent There were comparatively since man I have been a well When llames alfriglit pervades the night also nine sotisc among thoe resigning Hrv CiolI Mians Covington Ky pages draws a pen picture of And murders deed is done On July 1 there were 105 persons Practical as Woll as Theoretical Its story thrills eer oer the hills credited to Ohio employed in the treasury I am much pleased with my experi Â¬ its multi merits in his own Appears the morning sun department 122 to Indiana 18 to Ken ence with the Electropoise and believe When at the dawn the storm is on tucky and 47 credited to West Virginia it in advance of any known remedy in language and thus it reaches Ber evenings quietness theory for the restoration of the normal Tho wreck it made to life portrayed Some time ago I was troubled with an condition of the svstem and its eflects everv home in the vine clad Is In The Local Press attack of rheumatism I used Chamber- in the cure of disease ban proved its Across the main of wars refrain hills of France So popular lains Pain Balm aud was completely ellicacy practically and theoretically J V Clank M D Augusta Ky Of huglu calls and drums many of cured I havo since advised Of thrones decayed of kings unmade was the story Jonathan and my friends and customers to use the The snnguiuc record comes remedy and all speak highly of it Si ILis Continent it was From famines way and fevers sway mon QoldbaumSan Luis Key Cal For In lauds of wretchedness sale by John M Ilose translated into every tongue The course is shown to guard our own 509 Fourth Avenue Louisville Ky By It The Local Press Judge Mulligan AVont do spoken by man Hence from A Washington special says that Judge Of death of life of peace of strife III Of threatened frost or snow James II Mulligan of Lexington is to hemisphere and hemisphere Accounts come fair from everywhere still hesitating about the position of For all the world to know consul general to Apia Samoan islands 09 from pole to pole Tho poor mans need the rich mans greed which was offered him some mouths ago Tho lovers fond caress The pay is fixed in tho consular approOf great of small it tells it all priation bill reported by Senator Black Tho live The Local Prcs burn recently at 1000 a year and this TJERALDi Tho partisans ma have their plans is hardly as much as that distinguished of Hazel Green is a household 4Q4 tJMt To rule and rob tho state lawyer is making annually without ex- Â¬ While patriots with counter plots is also a ne- Â¬ word Thus iling himself in the middloof tho Pacific Await tho better fate ocean while there is no special honor in Through fluid tiro that fills tho wiro cessity to the wide awake bus- Â¬ tho place offorcd him Aud faithful sleeplessness Tho schemes of men come to tho pen Thero may bo more money in it than Opera House Block iness man and all who desire That rules Tho Local Press the salary but that is a tiling very hard to tell to tickle trade they may Even tho head of the consular To do whats fair in making tare KY On goods from oer tho sea bureau at tho stato department doesnt till their cotfers with cash Tho congress long from rulings wrong know The present consul general at In throes of birth muy he Apia is about tho only mail that does have their advertisements dis- Â¬ Aud still delayed hu open trade If Mulligan declines Representative select- Â¬ A new and carefully And people loft to guess Berry of Newport said it would mako played in its columns from Tho end is seen its acts between it much casior for him to get a diplo- ed Stock of the Told by Tho Local Press time to time Wc might go matic position for Hon W W Master And not for news nionn they use sun of Carrolltou whose name has been Their columns free aud fair next on tho Kentucky list at tho state N For men of mind on guard behind -- A department for some time Aro always brooding tliore Â¬ Killed ay Fun Air Joel Erstop a farmer who was work ing in a well about 12 miles south of Huntington W Vn met with a horrible death ono day last week Ho had descended to the bottom of the opening to clean it out without making examina Â¬ tion as to foul air Ho was no sooner down than ho began to swoon and grab bed the rope Ho had been raised a short distance when he fell backward to tho bottom aud died beforo being rescued A man who attempted to go down after the l cumins came near meeting with a Â¬ Â¬ AT THE TOP And Still Climbing Never content to keep com Â¬ pany with the slow pace sot by its country cousins though always in sympathy with em ffr f If I A Â¬ Â¬ THE HERALD 37 nrwh lima Â¬ Ladies Ministers and Physicians IS for the f011 Â¬ ELECTROPOISE 1 Â¬ i VLr Mr tjgzktm JsssoV Â¬ -- 1 gSfflfes HERALDS Â¬ i traded lit Â¬ Â¬ ADDRESS DuBois Webb that 1 r natMWik II ffs A otto0eoeoe0 Â¬ Â¬ rr i t THE HERALD it STORE jSs LEXINGTON that H Â¬ t044W0WX LATEST STYLES And In tho cause of bringing laws To light aud perfcetucss Thoy lot us know just how to go Through It Tho Local Press You can relieve that headache you havo by buying a box of Megriminc at The Hkuau oflico It will only cost 50 cents and is sold on a positive guar- Â¬ The weary night time through la not a rate to compensate It leaves Indebtedness And those who owe can never go And pay Tho Local Tress For houest views for current news For good advice in time For sermons strong for scraps of song And bits of native rhyme For market rates for coming fotes For frtshion8 rule of dress On this earths lace there Is no place Just like Tho Local Press The pittance small they pay for nil That sleepless printers do And men of mind who stand behind antee A Lincoln County Mou Kxlloil Hon John II Miller of Stanford has been named by President Cleveland as consul at Port Stanley Falkland is lauds Mr Miller represented Lincoln county in the constitutional convention and was nominated as a caudidato for tho legislature but declined the position Ho is a man of energy and culture Tho appointment was secured through tho inilucnco of Congressman McCrcary and at prices that defy compe- on and tell of other qualities tition Come and see us it possesses but modesty for- Â¬ bids Suffice to say it is to Respectfully liewspaperdom what Domino Mrs MAGGIE HOWARD is to the turf world King Â¬ 00i FTSASSE aM Mature are OVER 2100 W W FYVIE llKrilHSKNTlKO Bee of its class A few more subscriptions will bo taken at 1 a year and a limited number of advertise- Â¬ ments at reasonable rates a a uui siNPnnn uarhfr w nn unni uiiuj tnnuuii wholesale dealers in tf They cannot pay for sclenco sway For progress in the land PORTSMOUTH O quarters in Kentucky for sewing urn chines and supplies Writo him for Tho trade of Eastern Kentucky is most respectfully solicited bottom prices P L Keeso at Mt Sterling ia head- Â¬ 121 and 123 Second Street SPENCER COOPER Hazel Green Ky t n f M t rt uv t M Jfcisk j Jrfx Al - TyOBMflf waJji rT aJX - llZ -- Wfr- Xa VV vs l ri t ru 15 3 a3cgMarsusBKifcoT3tcinigTWgmB VHUMUITJJI WiVHmJllll glV BUS m o OHAlf PAUQUA 94 Fonturos of tho Eighth Annual sion From July 3 to 13 A Ses- Â¬ CAUSED BY A FAITHLESS WIFE ltrlllluul hiiiI ap With Something to Iiitnioat Ono iitiil Seml OIIIelul AtlllOIIIK1IUIllt Attriutlvo Imnimine AllA HJSSH- - The eighth atiiiiiul soion of tho ICoti tucky Chautauqua will he held in its beautiful homo in Woodland Park Lex ington Ky Inly 3 to 13 The niobt brilliant and attractive programme ever offered to the patrons of this assembly will be presented this year It has been prepared with great care by the success ful and well known Chautauqua worker Dr W L Pavidson who for the third year in succession is the superintendent of instruction at the Kentucky Chautau qua Eleven days will be crowded full of the best thing genius can devise or money procure Kecreation and profit have been happily combined at minimum cost There will be brilliant lectures helpful schools superb music and a wealth of novel entertainment Special attention will be given to school work That priiuv of liblical scholars Dr M M Park h in st will give Biblical positions ejich morning and each aft ernoon conduct a ministers institute where questions of grave importance will dediscussod Prof C K Crawfoid will make interesting the Sunday school normal class with helpful talks of Uiblical Mrs Wilbur F Crafts of criticism reputation will conduct tho national young peoples hour and teach helpful lessons to primary Sunday school teachers Miss Mary Hofer will daily instruct 100 school children in the art of singing and also conduct u class in kindergarten and primary normal musical instruction Mrs Mary A Woodbridge the well known temperance worker will make helpful the W C T U school of meth ods Other departments of class work will also be in operation Rogers Goshen band and orchestra the famous Schumann male quartette Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ JV 11 IB EvSr J r i v Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ K h i J- y JET V 1 1 p ki i L ir o und tho boys with tho college colors will cheer on their favorites Each day is u day you cannot afford to miss A full season ticket including everything costs only 3 and n full day ticket is only 40 cents Excursion rates Cheap boarding in on all railroad hotels and homes Tenting Lexington privileges may bo had on tho grounds at low rates Â¬ The beautiful detailed illustrated pro bo mailed This gramme is now ready to Â¬ with all other information may bo secured by addressing Charles Scott geu eral business manager Lexington Ky unquestionably the best in this country Miss Marguerite Wuertz the well known Madam Marie Dccca violin soloist Americas most captivating soprano Miss Nannie Wright Verity the phe nomenal contralto Prof C F Croxton the well known musical director and his great chorus in the Cantata of Daniel will constitute some of the brilliant musical attractions Among the rare and novel entertainments may be mentioned Fred Emmerson Brooks the celebrated California poet S- - M Spedon tlic ligntning crayon nrusi caricaturist Frederick Losey the Oliver Aiinl iiiitrnniiior iii faithfully assuming all the ehar st irs C E Bolton in supeib stercopti- lectures Starling It Marshall in scenes from The Pells in costume Miss Marguerite Ingels and Miss Catha rine Musselman in readings On the lecture platform is n perfect wealth of well known names Joseph Cook easily the formost lecturer of this country tho poet and wit Chaplain John H Lozier the brilliant and witty Dr George Thomas Dowling the fascinating literary critic Col Homer B Spragne tlie most spontaneous wit of the south Prof Charles Lane the bril- Â¬ liant elocutionist and delsartean Prof E B Wurman and the golden mouthed Kentuckian George W Bain Fourth of July will bo a great and memorable day AH Kentucky will bo there There will bo great orations by the unique and ever popular ex Governor Bob Taylor and also it is hoped by tho pride of tho south Georgias distinguish- Â¬ At ed senator Gen John B Gordon night there will be a splendid concert followed by tho most brilliant display of fireworks over given in Lexington There will be special days with low rates on all tho railroads July 12 will le collego day when orators from lead ing Kentucky colleges will compete for the 100 in prizes Tho band will play Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Nervo Tonic and Re ntoratlvo Compound Cures biliousness headaches consllpa- tlon dyspepsia Irritability sleeplessness the blues swelled glands All blood Impurities slrin disease scrofula ague dizziness dull and achy tired stomach and bowel disorders blotches pimples moth syphilis Impairment of nerves olfenslvo breath It does these great cures because M physics from the blood liver and tissues all the Impurities ashes and doors as It were Without weakening but all tho whin strengthening Instead It causes tho Liver to throw off Its Bile It cleans out tho entire alimentary canal stomach and bowels alike ridding them of all effete offensive und slimy mucus worms and other vermin THE BANKING BILL Restoring sleep appetite flesh strength Opinion That It In of Morn Importance comfort freshness and bloom In a word health Than the Tail IV Including solf polso to tho nervous sys Representative Walker of Massachu a veteran member of thecommittee tem and both sweetness of breath and dis- Â¬ setts position on banking and the senior Republican It Is speedy In Its action Improvement member of tho committee says that in beginning as soon as tho first dose is swai his opinion the question of banking and lowed currency about to be matured into a And as certain us tho law of gravitation Noto tho high standard of testimonials comprehensive system by a select com Â¬ In circular at drug stores and around mittee of five members under a recent bottles vote of the banking committee is the Thoy aro such as only tho highest order most important subject before congress or merit could commandvoluntary offernot second to the tarifi Scaled ballots ings from tho cottage princely palaces were last week filed for the purpose of and ofllccs of State Recording cures of cases more gravo and selecting the committee of five Each complicated than over hertoforo successmember of the banking committee has a fully reached by medicine vote and names five of his associates on Satisfaction guaranteed Sample Free the committee The seals were broken Mothers One fourlh of ull the children born Friday and the five members having the die within tho ilrst year Save your child by keeping its stoinitcii and bowels healthy by largest number of votes will constitute tho use of Dr Fenncrs Sennatorla tho child laxative and corrective known the select committee The entire ptu best pose of forming the select committee is Dr Formers Soothing Syrup to break away from the present bills Allays Irritation and gives refreshing sleep and to get up a broad banking system Dr FennerH Worm Syrup Drought 160 with such good features of all bills as worms from our child MrssherlckElldaO may recommend themselves DrFennersFAMitvSaltRhouniOlntmont Best for sklu eruptions Piles Sores Cutsetc lnt Out In Jiint Ten SeeoiHlM For sale bv lolin M Itose and Mrs Lou Our citizens to the number of two or Day Hazel ftrcen Ky three hundred gathered on the burnt district hereon last Monday afternoon at two oclock to witness the exhibition made by the Cincinnati Tin and Japan Fire Extinguisher Co The test was a vniKNTV given under the personal supervision of P COPYRIGHTS Mr Herman B Wells president of the CAN I ODTATN A PATENT f For a company of Cincinnati and Mr W V CKTlVl nwcr and un honcM opinion write to JuIJNN ifc CO who have hnd nearly fifty yours Snyder the local agent of Georgetown oxperlonco Id tho patent bualnens Communica- Â¬ Ohio and was satisfactory in every tions strictly confident A IlniiiUionk of In rormntlon ooncorolna latcmtn and bow to ob- Â¬ tain them sent free Also a cntaloguo of mochan respect clearly demonstrating the Stem leal and sclentlno books sent free Iatents taken through Munn ft Oo rcoetre pic Extinguisher to be one of the best special notice In tho Hrlcatlflc American and thus are brought widely boforotho public with methods yet devised or invented for the put cost to the Inrentor ThU splendid paper Issued weekly electantly Illustrated has by controlling of fire largest circulation of any scientific work far the In the a year Sample A structure of pino boards was built world 83 Kdltlon monthly copiesasent free Building KM year Single copies Via cents Krery number contains and after being thoroughly saturated tiful plates In colors and photographs ofbeau- Â¬ new enabling builders to show louses wltb with coal oil a match was applied Tho latent designsplana secure contracts Address the and OO XW VOHK 301 UKOAUWAT UUNH extinguisher was then turned on and tho fire put out in about ten seconds All DINGFELDEll who witnessed tho test were thoroughly WITH satisfied that the Stemple will do all and more than is claimed for it The head quarters of the company are S E Cor Sycamore and Canal Sts Cincinnati Importers und Jobbers ol Winchester Ohio Herald Spencer Cooper Hazel Green Ky DRY GOODS AND NOTIONS Agent for Wolfe and Morgan counties Num rJ7 539 and 541- Noted 311ml Hoarier Â¬ j Dmihtu TrugiMly In Ch v County Ho Hiilllnir Vrinu it Woman Al Watkins the man who shot Will Pearce at Yosemite in Casey county recently for alleged intimacy with hN wife was on Tuesday of last week shot to death by Frank Flineham at tho hitters home near Yosemite At Watkins trial for shooting Pearce he met Flineh am who had also been too attentive to his Watkins wife and told him to meet him at a certain place Flineli i told Wiitkin that he did not care to j e him and that if he was very anviou t sec him he knew where be lived V kins went to Klinchnms houe and e latter refused to eo him lie called again an hour afterwaid when Flint ham emptied the contents of his shotgun into his stomach killing him instantly Flineham stated his intention of giving himself up to the ollieer- but word got to him that Watkins friends were seeking revenge and he banicaded at his home with four double barreled shotguns at his riNpo al Flineham is section boss on the Green Hiver railroad and said to be a good man Watkins had killed two men and bore a bad rep utation generally Pearce the man shot by Watkins was still alive at last ac counts with fair prospects for lecovery 1 gWofrwe W GEORGE SlcoBsli Bovveis That Popular Evangelist Tho ROBINSON Sf i livens DKALKK IN IW II1 Â¬ JRcv Dr A N CRAFT I huvo used your writes Dr Fenncr Mood nnd Liver ltemcdy mid Nervo Tonic iwiil And It tho best remedy for a Deranged Slate of the Stomach Liver and Howels of nnythnt I liavo over used j X WW r HH L TKNtfh CAMPTON KENTUCKY the Ladies of Wolfe and the eurrnuiidinp country to cull nnd see the line of SlMMKIt DHFSS GOODS he litis just received lcltldiilg fashionable fabrics and Paris patterns and prints besides an endless variety ol Notions inelmliiiir all of the latest styles in Lines Hlbbotis fcu itc Ho also carries a large line of cheap medium and high grade jjmmw Otrni lfiIf r 1 MNV1TKS Pastor M Yours ttuly AN OilAFT E Church Fredonla N Y Dr Fennels Blood nnd Liver Rcmedj nnd Xervo Tonic never falls Ilno Alterative It iwmwmww4www0wfvww4wwm S which he Is selling ar lower prices than anybody Purchase ol him and save money Is n Sursaparilla-Mandralto-lrlnc- oi J TAYLOR DAY Dealer in General Merchandise on a Cash Basis Largest Stock Lowest Prices mmmmwmwnimRjivncrnrwjtttmH wi ktM - THE GRAND TWO Â¬ it vSk Â¬ Â¬ SEND FIFTY CENTS FOR A TRIAL MONTHS Til THE -- 4J SUatCRimOM t EAGLE DRENNON This premium snddle stallion will make the season of 1891 at the stable of W T Swaugo in Hazel Green Ky at tl to IN SURE A LIVING COLT money due when eolt is foaled or mare is parted with with Hen on eolt until paid KAGLK DR1CNNON is night years old this spring nearly 13 bands high heaiitilul mane and tail plenty ot style and stamina Sired by the famous Blue Jeans 3 1st dam by the great pacer John Nosley siro of the dam of Maggie F 222 2d dnm by Adams Express a noted saddle horse lid dam by Slashum 4th dam by Copperbottoin Kaglu Dreniiou is a half brother to Roseoc sold for 1800 and eight more that sold for 1000 or more Hlue Jeans horses have for several vears sold higher than any saddle horses in Kentucky Fugle Drennon can show what he is for himself His colts Middle from tiny class of mares Any mare that can out rack or trot him bred free He took two hlue ribbons at the Hazel Green fair last year Louisville Times TMC BniSHTHT PArKR AND BEST AfTCRUM IN THE SOUTH Â¬ Â¬ Latest Market Quotations Latest State News All the Local News Complete Press Reports LARGEST CIRCULATION IN THE SOUTH A 30800 Or AND OVCR DAILY CIO OSOXVrflB A 9le MONTH by Mall a Yar JNOi A HALDEMAN But manaccn 80S roURTH AVENUE LOUISVILLE KENTUCKY o Blue Grass Beauty season money is paid Here is the equal of any eolt in Kentucky T bunds high I years old the 7th ol May bright bay with good mane and the grand Joes at all the gaits est tail yon ever saw Sired by Fugle Dreunon he by Hlue lean first dam itird by Lexington one of the best mares in Montgomery county Itird is the dam of two blue ribbon colts nnd has tack ed a mile in three minutes Second dam the celebrated Hiram Wilkcrhun saddle marc lleauty is a perfect model in every respect 1 Â¬ This fine young stallion will also make to the Musoii of USUI at the same place at INSUltK money due when eolt is foaled or mare is parted with with lien on eolt until 1 KVKWaftrad 300000 A FOR ha M Â¬ for the best colt of either horse shown at the Hazel Green fair in 18iri RAY MQS8 March If 180 1 it QOME AND SEE THEM fftfX premium of 8 will be given rS experience ami fimiMi the employment at which wiry run iiiuxc nun minimi Miiiiinir uuacuit to learn or licit renitlie iniiih time The work Is easy liiiiUky and honorable and can bedonedur liiK iliiMliiic or cvenliiRr ilfjht in your own local Ity wlierover you live The result of We lisve taught tlioiisnmU of both sexes and All age uiitl ninny luivo laid foil mint Ions that will surely bring them riches Koine of thu smartest men In IliU country owe thlr success la life ta tho start given lliciu while in our employ years You render may do us well try 1C Yoa go cannot fiill XoriipltnliiereiMiry We fit you out with something tlmt Is new solid nnd sum A book brimful of inlvlcc Is free to all Help your self by writing for it to day not to morrow Delays urn costly If vim want work that Isplcnuantnud profitable iv send un our ikMi cm lininectluWlv We iiiicluneo- am women how to eurn from Vfi00 per to 83000 per ytiir wlti tut having hud previous tie YEAR industrious V N1J ti hours work ollun equals a weeks intcroi fw I vA w The Young Spanish Jack E C ALLEN BOX sh A iXl A 01 420 Â¬ JmRDDinson Korufio Ieiul sssssssssssssssssssssssLB3IBliBsssssssssssssssM Alex W Scott one of the most wonWest Main Street derful mind readers that over exhibited LOUISVILLE KY in this country died Tuesday week of inflamatory rheumatism at his homo at HOWARD STAMPER Temple Hill Barren county leaving a Attornby-at-La- w This premium Jack will make the season wife of a fow months Owing to young of 1801 at my stable in Haiel Green Ky at CAMPTON KY feeble health Mr Scott made a public 6 TO INSURE A LIVING COLT exhibition of his powers but few times Will practice in the court of Wolle nnd the money duo when colt is fouled or mare is All business entrusted although many of his feats excelled those adjoining counties parted with for which a lien will be retain to our euro will receive prompt attention Â¬ r4BKHRwlSSsCS M I A ROSCO of tho renowned Bishop Ton Year For MuiiitlitiiKliter Bill Martin who killed John Burns in Metcalfe county four years ago has just been tried in tho Monroo circuit court and found guilty of manslaughter and sentenced to a term of ten years in tho state prison Martin is already consider- Â¬ ably past the meridian of lifo and in all probability will not survive his term J J T MILLER DKAIKU IN Hardware Iron and KY Steel ed on eoit until season money Is paid Hohco will hc4yeursod in June He is black perfect in form and bus to be He was sired by seen to be appreciated Knglishs imported Jack tlmt lie paid 1100 for Ids dam Hlack Hut was sired by Old Aleck HnwcUs famous Jack that he re fused 1000 for lie by old Hourbon Wilkes Care will be taken to prevent accidents but I will not be responsible should they occur Mares from a distance will be kept on reasonable terms Â¬ f YiANDPUREST r BEST LESS THAU HA LP THE- PRICE OF OTHER BRANBT HALVE am US SIO QUARTER AUGUSTA MAINE sr v if f- - h k 7 LEXINGTON H PIERATT rDouhle and Single When the hair begins to fall out or Livery Feed and Sale Stable turn gray the scalp needs doctoring and HAZEL GREEN KY specific thun Halls no wo know of April 5 W T SWANGO 18U4 WL SOLD IN CANS ONLY better Vegetable Siciliau Hair Reuower Callihan a retired minister Do you wuiil the bent rolls church has given 10 Jahj thlHif thut orh ba Do you want the benUlourr MINUTKH of tho Methodist able terms IKTTKK 1IKADH 4jrtteH Ht with trim MAHUFACTUBERS Collegiate wool and wheat to If you do bring your CLOTHII 000 more to tho Ashland rtrl will also attend to all this auc- Â¬ KNVKLOlKM tho opening of tho school Maytowu and you will iet the beat Mill tioneering and solicit business calls forkind m institute At cim onar avi of HERALD OFFICE was und machines running every day Tk trftda of KMUrti Kutuekr mn Respectfully Ice he made it a donation of 7000 It MaytownMiu Co m rwfmmnmtij asistsjiwa HAZKL OKKKX KY JOHN H PIERATT founded by the Methodists RevR D Jfe Rigs and Saddle Horses for hire Parties convey ed to any point on reason CATAIOOUK8 PRINTING V BSSSTiBBW JVVQK AMOK IAVIN ettman Bros A Oo WKHT WITH IIKstHTY KY vnHE HclnirlIi wt irt fttrt X 5f w CJW WMi WBBBiBIWHB - fRrflf7 TTafffSHWH w WifWW fV frHV MKM WBHfPBS fWL J SPXXOBR COOPER Editor If Thursday HAZEL GREEN KY Juno 21 1894 f I 1 c- - Every day or bo wo hoar pooplo Mound town complaining of tho hard timos and woaro lod to wondor if thoy road tho nows of tho day or if roadors if thoy understand that which thoy road To Hay tho louBt of it thoy do not think for suroly tho mountain pooplo of Eastern Kontucky havo causo above all others to bo thankful No army of idlo trumps has invadod our soil no strikes havo been inaugu- Â¬ rated to produco strifo and a short supply of fuel no famino or pos tilonco has attacked our families and no cuso of absolute want has appoarod among us On tho othor hand wo aro wonderfully healthy wo got throo moals a day and all tho work wo euro to do And moro tho prospoot for a good blaokborry crop is tho best over known If for all thoso blossings wo aro not thankful whon othors aro sulloring With this Ihsuo wo publish tho cord of Judge W M Becknku of Clark county who announces his candidacy for tho Democratic nom Â¬ ination for congress Judge Bkck nkii is ono of tho ablest mon in the district lie was county judgo of Clark for ono or two terms was dologato to tho constitutional con- Â¬ vention and represented his county in tho lact legislature Ho is a lawyor by profession and has guiti od somo distinction at tho bar and has had considorablo nowspapor oxporionco as bditor of tho Win Â¬ chester Domocrat somo yours ago In short ho has always boon idon tiflod with Kentuckys host inter- Â¬ ests and a groat friond to tho froo school system Though a Domo- Â¬ crat and a loador in his county ho is not a politician in tho sonso of a mixor that not being his forte But ho is a good man and should lightning strikohim with tho nom- Â¬ ination at Campton ho would carry tho Democratic colors to succoss 11 Tho Courior Journals Washing Â¬ ton correspondent sonds that paper the following bit of nows which is of gonoral interest to tho pooplo of this section as tho passage of tho bill roforrod to would givo to Eastern Kentucky a fodoral court and it would probably bo located at Jackson Horo it is Gov McCrenry and Representative Berry have been busy today looking after the goodnight bill to divldo Kontucky Into two judicial districts Thqy are confident that the Goodnight hill will be among tlio measures to bo called up just as soon as tho committee on rules assigns a day to tho judiciary committee There is somo opposition to the Goodnight bill from members of tlio delegation notably Caruth and Breckinridge Thoy will no doubt mako a fight against its consideration and should tho bill pass tho house which very likely it will as it is said it will Wet with opposition in tho scnato from tho Kentucky senators Gov Mc Creary is very hopeful as is Col Berry and both of them expressed the opinion today that the bill will pass this session Â¬ Such a court would roquiro new oflicors including a U S marshal and our county man Geohoe W in Novomber and mako tho district a roprosontativo to whom his con- Â¬ stituents could point with prido With tliis briof statomont wo sub Â¬ mit his case to tho judgment of tho party and whatovor its vordict our oliont will not appeal Dkake anticipating tho passago of tho bill long ago put in his appli- Â¬ cation and endorsements for tho When in Lexington call on Li fe 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¬ marshalship Thoso who howl tho loudost are not always the most sincere For instance thoro is David B Him who cried out from houstops and on ovory occasion I am a Demo Â¬ crat and ho was thus placardod all over tho country when ho was trying to defeat Mr Cleveland for the Democratic nomination for tho presidency Hut his attitudo in the United States senate bolio his words and his antogonism to ovory party measuro proves him a traitor and a trickster of a dye so dark and damnable that no Democrat can afford to affiliate Ho it is who has led with him the opposition to tariff reform and brought business depression to the door of tho Democratic administration though it is clearly the result of Republican rapacity and he it is who should be held respon- Â¬ Hut unless all signs fail sible he is preparing for a place in tho Republican ranks and should that party gain the ascendancy in the next national contest there ho may bo found self-respecting for food aiul fuol to cook it thon indood aro wo ingratos and there Â¬ fore not dosorving of Goos bloss- Â¬ ings Quit howling and work a littlo hardor and longer oach day You will thon havo loss timo to find fyuilt and moro finances in tho roundup Ww I mmm mmm mmmmmmmm Si This dono there is ovory reason to boliovo that the condition of the will at onco improve as I111 ruin r w lf Hlin lU Wl hit iwwnwV jf Aw llllWll bill has undoubtedly caused all tho troublo that now confronts us Capitalists not knowing just what it might a fleet and to what extent woro chary about making invest Â¬ ments until they could ascertain Liust whoro they woro at With tTNiJbunoasinoss romovod thoy will no TSngor hesitate to bring their hordod and hidden millions to the light of circulation and tho efful- Â¬ gent rays these millions will cast upon tho commercial contors will in un incrodibly short timo rollout brightness to tho countrys wholo 11 1 later than Saturday night next tions to Tho latest news that roaches us from Washington encourages the where will HicKNKit begin to show hope that the tarilV bill now boforo his running qualities for there is tho sonato will probably pass not undoubtedly run in him are ques Â¬ This of course does not lake into account the dark hordes and the steeds not entered in the ollicial programme as they are usually a lot fit only for swoppiu on the outskirts bn considered With throo candidates for con gross in tho field tho situation in our district is docidodly interesting and tho fight in tho convention at Campton promises to be both livoly and lasting From present indica Â¬ tions Jo Kkndam has tho call by odds but unless he wins on tho first ballot Hkkok Him will collar him in the second and Judgo Hkoknkk will be in a position to watch tho race which maybo a neck and neck affair for some time Which has tho better staying qualities and Traders Deposit Bank m m m m m a t i aaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaataad a a MT STERLING KY 30000 Ciihhicr Capital 200000 Sukpmts THOMSON Â¬ If1 HP P I 4 rat J M G WCSTAIT 1iesident L KIUKPATKKK Viee President V V Co o - DEALERS IN vi ik With very few exceptions the miners all over the country have resumed work and tho backbone of the strike is considered broken Presidont MoHuidk of the Tnited Laborers says that he was forced to a compromise bocauso tho union had no funds with which to con- Â¬ tinue tho strike It has boon tho most costly striko this country has ovor soon as most all tho states involvod havo boon callod upon to protect mino property with troops tho cost in somo cases amounting to thousands of dollars a day As thin falls upon tho tax payers at largo it is oxtromoly burdonsomo and asido from this thoro has boon groat distress from starvation It is well that it has ondod and it is to bo liopod that tho country will novor again bo visited by such a We respectfully xolieit the business of mer chants tanners trailers and business men cnerallv throughout Kastern Kentucky A general banking business done Oiive us u ehauee to send you a bank book nay your cheeks and loan yon inonev when in need W W Thompson Cash Billy Welch deputy tax collec- Â¬ GeieraU 4 fc ACADEMY OF THE VISITATION l Olt k Mt MOUWG LADIES tor of the city of Loxington was drowned while fishing in Lake 1511 erslio tho rosorvoir near that city i aa t a on Thursday of last wook aid was la r r t buried Sunday So popular was ho and such tho domand for flow Â¬ ers for his funoral that Louisvillo and Cincinnati wore each drawn upon Thoro was such a bank of floral designs and flowers that tho houso would not hold thorn and thoy woro hauled to the comotory in wagons Ho had boon in oflico for about ton yoars and was so uniformly courteous that ho was popular with all classos mm S I nine AND H- - oircumforonco Thoros a good time coming boys and wo may bo happy yoC Sjp dont bo downcast Live Stock Admirabilos White Sulphur Ky This institution under the direction of the Sisters of the Visitation It V Mf is sit- Â¬ uated in a healthy and beautiful local ty of the well known Illuu Grass Region Here the pupils enjoy the eoinfots of home far removed framtlie distractions of a city and can consequently with greater facility avail themselves of the advantages afforded of a thorough euueatiou Terns reasonable Music Crayon nml Painting extra House is heated ny steam apparatus Tor further particulars nddress Sistors of the Visitation B V M Acyclono passed ovor a portion of ftjudison county ono day laBt YOok and lifted foncoB from crook bottoms to hillsidos so groat was LOUIS STIX 5 CO WIIOIKSAIK DKALKIIH IN Country j During tho storm hail Â¬ stones tho sizo of gooo eggs foil calamity and somo of thorn foil with such Tho throo cornorod fight for con- Â¬ jowor as to piorco oak board roofs gress down in tho sovonth district It was probably tho samo storm daily grows moro interesting C that visited this locality on Wedn- C Mooke editor of tho Bluo Grass esday-of last wook though hail Blado says that Evan Settle tho which foil horo was only about as Owon county ontry who is fighting largo as partridgo oggs Maybo tlio Owens of Scott and Bueokiniiidqk Madisdn roportor allowod his imag- Â¬ of Fayette for tho Domooratio ination to float through a liboral nomination inado 500 votes by his dram of rnoonshino two Bpoochos at Loxington on tho 11 th inst though it was Owens Postmastor Gonoral Bisskll Iiob day at that place issued a ciroular to postmasters T1108 Best tho turnkoy of tho warning them against taking an - Montgomery county jail shot and otivo part in politics as tho ninntipulator of tho partys affairs Mr killed a nogro in front of tho Mt BifBELL is off his baso and a civil Sterling postofiico Friday ovoning servico humbug It is just such last Tho nogro ono Geouqe Joi- Â¬ mugwump methods as this odiot ner had boon a terror in that town that brings tho Democratic party a long timo always giving troublo into disrepute You novor hoar of whon not in jail and tho ovidonce a Republican postmaster gonoral showod that ho had throatonod tljo raising ft calamity howl liko thatJ lifo of tho man whokillod him so Â¬ Oh no thoy say whoop 0111 up ho was discharged at tho examin ing trial u niuxig ww its forco Dry Goods NOTIONS Etc Third llaoe nml Union Sts CINCINNATI O Ve enrry the goods tlmt will suit your trade nml our prices nre THE LOWI2ST Special nttention given to mail orders Govornor Flower of Now York in an intorviow at Albany a fow days since oxprossod tho opinion that tho financial troublos which now faco us will be at an ond with- Â¬ in thirty days and bo succoodod by hotter timos Ho is and always has boon a financior and ho says all of our prosont financial distross is causod by tinkoring with tho tar- Â¬ iff and that whon tho troublo is onco at an ond if anybody should attempt to tinkor with tlio tariff ho ought to bo killod ToiiiHonTiuiUt Married at tho residonco of thobridoa father Dr John A Taulbeo on Thurs Â¬ day night tho 14th inst Miss Ida Taul Â¬ beo Produce IW DONT FORGET THE PLACE Custom House Block DRY GOODS No 1 - and - NOTIONS HAZEL GREEN KY best goods nt bottom prices you euii nhvnys find them them nt If you wnnt new styles and tho iSSISSSSSSSSg CASSELU PRICES IB and 18 West Main Street t 1 poji and Mr Ellis Johnson Elder J T HILLIPS Picratt officiating Tho brido is ono of WITH most modest and charming young Indies M CO in this section and tho groom is ono of lomwns in tho most progressive young farmore In briof each Is all tho othor cojild desiro Hardware Agricultural Implements and thoro is every reason to hopejthat IRONTON O thoy may livo long and prosper abund- Â¬ antly IOU FINE JOII WtlNTINO J11 r W LEXINGTON KENTUCKY Xr1 KEftR WM B LOGAN Druggist ano Bookseller WINCHESTER KY t iL OALL AT T1IIS OVVI01S Mnii orders promptly nttontlcd to your iMtronngo Is desired Cnll whennml hi tho city l A -- V4J l lr fav W tt illaLVlfiat i r9m TSWr ti1 f ZlJ ViKT J V WlBTTMmiani - i r nfc in i rm WB - v EESC3CE V v -j Silk V m rAA - 1 tt sm maiax ANNOUNCEMENTS For Congress iuui candidate rorlWcBS from the ConarMslomil I strict subject to the actio or the Democratic party JOSEPH MkVvnVVior1 aMicoKentucky ol Moyil tn couiitv i7 For Shoriff ifKvvwitLVvIua a cntullchito ns l0 SAM or for hfrill Wolfo county subject onlv to tin will or The Day House is for sale For par ticulars see au next week Kelly DeBusk started to Mt Sterling Saturday night with about 100 spring chickens of Ezel are visiting Mra F McGuircol ttltft place A Miwcs Rachel Nickell and Corn Combs J aWr this week holnimr tn i o Porter Lacy of Lee City is here muni vrv Taylor Days store tlm oivrifc ill bau utrt ing the family of her grandfather Granville Evans of Campton MifHLNlio Evans of this place is visit Â¬ Â¬ John 1 J it-- V the Mt Sterling market this week with n bunch of nice cattle Henry F Pieratt and Willie Swango left Friday for Mt Sterling with a lot The Elocutionary and Glee Club of of good cattle for that market Hazel Green Academy which left hero last week to fill dates with our neighbor Miss Cora McGuire of this place is visiting tho family of her grandmother towns West Liberty Salyersville and was in every particular a Campton Mrs Eveline McGuire at St Helens audiences Large complete success Mrs Dulcina Pieratt of Binckwater greeted the club at every place and all who was visiting her sons Elder J T are loud in their praises of tho kind and 4ind John II respectively left Saturday genial hospitality extended them by the for home friends and patrons of the school This Presiding Elder Uney will hold a meet Â¬ is an entirely new feature in the educa Â¬ ing at Grassy church Goodwins chapel tional lineHtl Eastern Kentucky and on Saturday and Sunday the -- 3d and will act as a stimulant to higher education Many young men and women 21th inst Mrs Lihhie Higgins of color near made known to the faculty who wore in Wo Dayslmrough has our thanks for a mess charge of the club their intentions of that this is a scriptural injunction each of very fine new potatoes and rhu matriculating next session Success to are commanded to multiply and replenish Let the good work go on the earth and subdue it the club barb or pie plant Mrs W E MoPhearson wife of our Academist iHr Pom Uciil of enloiv m rpnl rfin town marshal was passing tho skirt of a IliMtlon oniorrs for July Jill 1KIM vert of the Christian church was bap woods a few days ago and was confronted Hazel Green W T Swango clerk tized by Elder I G Combs in lied river Fihlen Cox sheriff James Lacy and by a rattlesnake immediately in her llllllllt nun jiumij ItlflK in iif pathway His snakeship instinctively Harmon Swango judges Stillwater gave tho usual signal warning with his Elder D G Combs preached at tho Geo Sally clerk John Tester sheriff Christian church at this place Sunday Mm Spencer and Joe A Hose judges rattlers coiled himself up and elevated morning and at Greasy chinch in Mop Holly Henry Elkins clerk G W his head preparatory to battle Tho gan county in tho afternoon Tyra sheriff Mace Gibbs and Pres JIol brave little woman instead of screaming Campton Ilobt Carroll like a wild cat and fainting away as Died on Wednesday about noon of lon judges hcrlh H P many women do when they seo a mouse consumption Mrs Taulbee wife of clerk II C Campbell on the floor seized the first weapon she Gran Taulbee who lives a few miles Napier and C C Wireman judges Torrent Henry Cox clerk Geo Brewer could lay her hands on and opened the below Hazel Green on the state road sheriff Jesse Adams and Ed Bowman battle and soon dispatched tho brute The many friends of Mis s Hose Tumble judges Lee City Frank Duke clerk She then deliberately tool out her pocket will le glad to hear that she has so far Hobt Anderson sheriff Allison Homj knife and as dexterously as a skilled Â¬ -- at M Koso and Chap Swango were Dnnth of Mm Stilly Mrs Mary Hello Sally whoso illness has several times been mentioned in thcto columns recently died at the residence of her husband Heiskcll Sally on Mon day morning at oclock Tho deceased was a member of the Presbyterian church and was aged about 14 years Sho was sick for ten months during which time she bore her sufferings with patience and christian fortitude She was a good woman in the opinion of all for on tho morning of her doiuio wo heard those who had known her a long timosay as much and tho manner in which they spoke left no doubt in our mind She was a daughter of Jordon Wills of May town and a sister of Mrs Hilda Day of this place Mrs Sobron Trimble Lacy creek Mrs Alex Nickell Daysborough and Mrs Hettio Horton Camargo who was hero only about ten days ago to bo with her and left for homo hoping she Besides these and her would get well husband sho leaves seven children to mourn her death the least one a babe only a few weeks old The remains wero interred in tho Cox burying ground on the farm of Win Clark on Monday evening The family have our sympathy in this hour of their ailliction but for comfort they must go to tho cross There is no other solace so sweet or so lasting WOLFE COUNTY Te City LocnU F P Williams of Cogswell Hath Â¬ county was hero last week Mr Allison Itoso is visiting his father tho venerablo James It Hose of Morgan county accompanied by his wifo nud baby Mr C M Koyser representing tho wholesale boot and shoo house of 0 P Tracy Co of Portsmouth Ohio regis tered at tho Allen Houso last Thursday Pursuant to his previously advertised appointment C C Hanks deputy sheriff for Geo W Drako accompanied by Mr M F Horton arrived hero on Thursday last for tho purposo of collecting tho county levy and revenuo taxca of this voting precinct Our countrymen did not turn out en masse as they would havo done had it not been for tho great press of business on their farms nud Mr Hanks only collected something over 1G0 and left early in the evening for home However a few of the denizens of tho district came in too lato and had to return home chagrined weary and disappointed failing to receive tho envied r Sjfla HAZEL 3 GREEN ACADEMY dtM wa 3 SESSION OF 1804 95 wrmaT term begins Monday September N A complete Faculty that Is in sympathy with the educational Interest of Lastcrn Kentucky Studies In nil depurtmonts of school work rarrlcd on EXIKN8K8 KOR TWKNTY WKKK8 Matriculation Board Tuition Washing Ono half payable In advance Deduction for sickness protracted two weeks or inoro Free scholarships to oue pupil from each of twenty counties Enroll tho first day and apply yourself and you will Join with all in say I Intel Green Academy is the best and cheapest school ln Eastern ing Kentucky Send for Cataloguo for particulars Hi 00 00 20 00 4 00 1 10 Â¬ tax receipt Horn to tho wifo of C C Chauey on the 18th inst a boy weight 11 pounds Tho above is tho only mention of a birth Wo aro wo havo had up to this writing glad we received this intelligence because a letter written from Leo City that did not chronicle ono or two weddings or as many births every few days would be A correct one of little importance tho marriages and births in statistics of this surrounding country for tho past six months would be surprising and interest ing If all other localities increase in the same ratio what is to become of tho progeny of our people They aro more prolific than tho children of Israel iu the land of Goshen At tho present rapid rate of increase in a few years tho vast illuminable changing west wont hold Hut after all wo must remember them SFq4t WE II Omr PxlraelpI ex AND LISTEN TO US Shades at KEEP PERFECTLY STILL You must have goods and wo must have money We will guarantee a Raving of 15 to 25 per cent to you on every pur chase from us We sell evorythinu in tho Dry Goods and Notion fine Wo sell Carpets Oil Cloths and Window CINCINNATI PRICES Lexington and Mt Sterling prices not Wo make Gents Clothing to or In It der at less than rendymade prices Wo give elegant guaranteed To our customers Â¬ Well givo you the biggest inducements you over got to to trade with us Try it this year Â¬ THE GOLDEh RULE DRY GOODS STORE Â¬ W F IILLTON and fastideotis Tho evening was very pleasantly and profitably spent Tho one question of paramount impor- Â¬ tance which confronts tho people of Wolfe county today is the turnpike question and it seems to mo as if it is almost wholly ignored by the masses of the people This subject has been dis cussed frequently iu tho columns of this paper and the good results which would follow havo been clearly shown and it does not require a mind capable of grasping a universe or scrutinizing an to sec them and yet the inertia atom of tho people is surprising If everybody could seo that a turnpike would enhance the value of their lands curtail the price of transportation save time horso flesh wagon wear increase tho public travel and ho n stimulus to every lino of busi Â¬ ness enterprise all of which it does cer- Â¬ tainly this matter would be taken iu hand immediately and we would soon haven turnpike in fact and not iu antici pation only Let us quit building air castles and build a turnpike from TorKamumu rent to Hazel Oreon Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Propriotor WMiimi KP i srilF m 1 I WANT ALL im mm 1 fc - I recovered from her late severe illness as and El ias Shockey judges to be able to walk across the room and Hon Jo M Kendall candidttc for is daily gaining strength congress his brother John It and Wil Among visitors to our town last week inoro Kendall of West Liberty and Geo who were inadvertently overlooked by Goad and Stevie Pieratt of Ezel were our reporter we note Mr and Mrs Cal- in town Saturday in tho interest of Mr vin Stamper of Grassy who wore guests Kendall who had intended to address of W T Caskcy and wife the people hero on that occasion The was buried at Ezel farmers however were so behind with Mrs F C Nickell on Wednesday of last week She was a their crops that thcro was but a small sister of J V Oakley of Morgan and crowd in town and Mr Kendall did not W P Oakley now of Kansas Her speak father was one of the old settlers of this Judgo Kollin Kash Prof Jus Swango country and Citizen J It DeHusk left Monday Mrs J T Pieratt and her daughter-in-Jnfor tho waters of White Oak creek in Mrs H F Pieratt together with Morgan county whoro it is presumed the hitters three children left this morn- thoy are now feasting upon tho finest of ing for St Helens where they will visit fish and capturing bull frogs for a feast Mrs Fanny Thomas daughter of Mrs for tho editor and his bettor J later on T Pieratt Indeed wo havo Prof Swangos promiso a that we shall enjoy a feast of frog legs Presiding Elder Onoy will begin meeting at tho M E church south in as soon as thoy return this placo on Monday tho 25th inst and Prof and Mra Cord accompanied by meeting will bo held at Koso their little boy Robert will leavo Mon Â¬ quarterly chapel on Lacy creek on tho 30th hiBt day for Bethel Hath county where they extending over the 1st of July will visit for a few days and then go to Mason county for a short Btay Thence Born to tho wifo of Jeff M Rose of will go to tho Chautauqua at Lex- Lacy creek on Sunday tho 17th inst a thoy iugton for a week boy Judgo Linden Taulbee and Jeff He Littlo ltobort Day went home with his will make him a deputy assessor keep or aunt Mrs Hettio Horton of Camargo If I to Dr Taulbee remarked and havo no bad luck I will soon havo who was up hero to see her dying sister office I Mrs Sally some ton days ago and is yet votes enough to givo mo any down thcro visiting his brothers Jimmio want Spaniard and Willie tho latter at Spencer Matt Nickell son of John Sunday and fell from a mulberry trco W W 5E writes ub as follows I serious iiUBtalncd painful though not tho onct with as will bo up about July injury to his back Ho fell a distance nice a lino o fall clothing as over struck up it Hazpl Green and hope to find you bloomof twenty feet and when picked thought ho was permanently crip ing and happy was was pled if not worse Dr Taulbco Dr Morford wife and child of Ew him now called to eeo him and reports ing Fleming county aro guests of tho aa getting along nicely Day House and drinking the famous Davis grandson of Kov W It mineral waters that abound around tho Willie road fork of Davis living on tho State town leg Monday river broke his right Itcd Thos Troy who was book keeper for him Taulbeo was called to attend T Day at this placo for a year but same member J and discovered that tho who has been away several months was same place on a had been broken at tho here on Friday last Â¬ hunter would skin a deer took ofl his hide and brought it home with her and stuffed it with bran and now has it on exhibition at her residence Tho snake wasof the yellow pided species measured nearly five feet in length and had nine rattles and a button This snakes hide placed beside the editors hornet nest would make a nice display in Tin Hru ami office Campion Cumtiioy pleased to see ou every time you como to town Wishing your continued good will air patro ii age I remain yours to please JOHN M KOSIV i i i r i j i limn iiiiii i nivuii iMl you hut like to Have u Utile moi i now today It possible I Your good butter and will pay llxA cents n pound for it ICggs HJ i And when von want to get the VqHEST GOODS for the UCAST MONBY you will find that I can acuoiumodatc you in every I have a large stock to selee jiarliuiilitr from and whether you buy or not I will bo ij inni-nuii- - ri iiii SB WE BARRINCER WITH Carter Dry Successors to Carter Jlros MRMwHtt U wgttf Co tfc f 1 Pout in Â¬ Importers and Jobbers of AND NOTIONS LOUISVILLE KY 1ntroniigo of the mountain merchants is most rcNpoutfully solicited 3 J W Lacy of Lacy creek was Â¬ J town Saturday and Sunday J It Kendall of West Liberty registered at tho Hollon House Sunday Miss Maggie Cassidy of Hazel Green is visiting relatives and friends at this placo J II Taulbee of White Oak Morgan county was in town Saturday and Sun day an nppendago of tho Glee Club W S Albright of Millersburg agent for tho New York Life Insuranco company was in town several days last week Thomas Troy of Jackson in company with Mrs Lou Day of Hazel Green took in tho entertainment Saturday night Tho following commercial men wero registered nt the Hollon House last week W J McCullogh and E W Dixon Cin- Â¬ cinnati O and John D Brady Ironton Â¬ Â¬ Tann Iiifoiilim A J Hollon has gone to Mt Sterling vW with a drove of cattle 0 Dr Â¬ Ir I of this placo who has been attending tho present session of the Louisville school of medicine returned homo a few days ago Ho was examined Mind although ho did not stay to ascertain tho result yet ho and his frcnatccl qulto auro that ho will get a diploma Tho Elocutionary and Glco Club of Hazel Green gave an entertainment at tho court houso Saturday night Tho houso was woll nigh filled and the out- Â¬ ing company numbering about thirty persons wore early on tho stage pro scnting an imposing and promising spec- Â¬ tacle Tho audionco ho sanguino of a raro feast was not destined to bo disap Â¬ pointed for the exercises consisting of recitations declamations orations nud collego songs wero of a very entertaining Announcements for county offico iu and instructive character sufficient to satisfy tho tasto of the most exacting Wojfo or Morgan are 3 in advance Carroll Â¬ J It E II Tyra bought a yoko of oxcrt from A J Hollon for 10 Kelson Hollon is on tho sick list and the doctor has been called The summer snow nud wire worms aro damaging corn crops badly J W Congleton attended tho Republi Â¬ can convention at Campton Itov William Penco preached at the Spring branch Saturday and Sunday William J Hollon bought a horso from A J Hollon for which ho paid 110 Old Holly comes to tho front with tho best prospect for wheat crops ovor known sinco tho war of 1812 Undo John and Aunt Polly Hollon are visiting tho families of J 11 Hollon and J A Sowell of Campton this week J T Graham and J M Hollon were nt tho Ezel meeting and report about 700 peoplo presont John says that in tho crowd wero about 100 of tho best looking girls he ever saw J T HAZEL GREEN DAY KY - 1 Is tho only merchant In Wolfo county who sells the celebrated lOHILLED- SOUTH BEND PLOW and he respectfully invites farmers to call ffHiiu examine it ooloro purcliusing BEN WILLIAMSON tuoky CO u KY CATLhTTSnUUG Solo agents tor Northeastern Ken WHEN YOU WANT A WATCH Ml VMmn mmml Shanghai Itov Or anything in tfi Jowolry lino lot mi know it INviufui nish you goods wrifc the Meaty ftnd YOti will havo auABANTgl nt homo whoro yog enn U80 it J A Howard writing us from Sellars under dato of Juno 10th says AAnaf Will you announco in your paper that I will preach in a grovo near Maytown EZEL Morgan County Ky Saturday Juno 23 at 11 oclock a m and tho Sunday following at 11 a m Will also preach at tho Greasy school MAUPIN WJTJI houso on Friday night Juno 22 All who aro interested in tho work of Chris Â¬ D tianity aro cordially invited Preachers WHOLESALE DRY GOOD and church members of all denomina Â¬ NOTIONS BOOTS HOH tions OATLXTTf BUKfJ KY fely Rospoctfully f t THE JEWELER HD H OARPENTBRv t Th - v h A ii ecaBBMEte wBwwjiai mmfW Bl ffr HON C B ssraaui r jfWyr i IIIHWMIliJUmimNrflllill ilMI IMII WCTWMW II lWiwK5Hl gjin H2IlJELXUO Editor HILL OF BEATTYVILLE SPIXOM COOPER A To tho People of the Tenth CnugreNHlniml Dlntrlet of Kentucky A condition of political affairs in this see J Isforlsiuic Like Jesus he lies stretch out cause candidacy district peculiar if not altogether unique broiiglitabout by tho withdrawal The Koftdor Will rind Sorlptura Bnttnlilo at this lato day of tho Hon M 0 Lisle for Knelt Letter your present representative opens tho Written for tho Hazrt Gukkk Hkiiald way for tho entrnnco of other aspirants A la for Adnm who was tho first man and yielding to the solicitations of the Ho broke Goda command and thna Democracy of my own county and nu sin began merous friends in various parts of the B Is tho Book which to guide us was district and also embracing what appears given 1 hough wrote upon earth to be a favorite opportunity to execute a the words came from Heaven well known wish on my own part by C Is for Christ who for sinners was ofloriiiR my services lo tho district J slnin From him oh how freely hereby announce myself a candidalo for salvation wo gain congress subject to the action of the P Is tho Dove which waa sent forth by Democratic party Jtfonh who back to the ark an Three months ago I was urged by olive Jeaf bore many leading Democrats to lake this J3 Ta for Elijah who by tho brookside step and the pressure at home was espec daily wfflj fopd tho wild ravens ially strong but impelled by tho con viction that the Democratic custom of Frjs fay jcliy who 6qnt Paul away nnd according a rcnominatjon by way of en designod to repent on eomo future dowmont to n faithful representative day should not bo ignored In this etiho J i Goliah Sco how ho lays prone declined and dismissed all thought of slain lv J1 youth with a sling and entering the contest Iho retirement It etQUP rom tho race of tho gentleman who was H ft for Hannah How happy was bho fceeking this ffHdppPlptj 11 whom 1 luC son littlo Samuel so holy to could not gel my consent lo oppoe with POETICAL LIST OF THE ALPHABET Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ prompt to cure Pills net on the Intestines not by stiinulu tlnjr but by strengthening them Thoy promote tho natural peristaltic motion of tho bowclH without which there can bo no regular healthy operations For tho euro of consti Â¬ pation biliousness jaundice ver-Â¬ tigo sick headache indigestion sour stomnch and drowsiness Easy to Take jjk1 Aycrs BBT qpMirc raffiS Wmm VI meiMrmnjipH AND n i i SAVE YOUR HOUSE sfe TWI are unsurpassed They are equally beneficial in rheumatism neuralgia colds chills and fevers Reing purely vegetable delicately sugar coated and quickly dissolved they aro admirably adapted for household use as well as for travelers by lard or sea Ayers Pills aro in greater demand the world over than any other pill and are recommended by tho most eminent physicians Ayers Pills CHEAP SIMPLE RELIABLE HANDY lfSH Insurance may cover actual loss of goods burned but it does not pay for time and trade lost while re establishing busine PREVENT THE PIKE WITH A STEMPEL COOPER ifSPENCER Morgan Counties WfWiVtWTC WOnll Hazel Green Ky agent for Wolfe and and sco tho Littlo Wonder Every Dose Effective Prepared liyDrJ Aycrk Co Sohl bj kuirtflfiu Kver w fJUIUWWnWlMIyi IoellMaa hero 11 13 and I 15 W Main Street Bont Malt Xxt z LKX NOTQ3ST 4- v KY l 444049 WHOLESALE AND RETAIL mm tfls l K L M fcH -- ed upon the wood as a meek nacri ilco for ifoseph who trusting GocIh word was raised from prison to bo Egypts lord Is for Kornh Gods wrath ho de fied and lo to devour him the pi Â¬ yllB r- - i O P opened wide Is for Lydia God opened her heart her good to tho gods twas her joy to impart Is for Mary who fed on Christs word nuu Martha her sister be- lovod by our Lord for Noah With God for hi guide billowy --wifely ho rides oer tho tide Is for Obediah who tho prophets to Bave twico fifty concealed and fed in a cave Is for Peter who walked on the wave but sinking he cried Lord I per Â¬ removes the obstacle to my and brings you face to face with the duty which your citizenship imposes of choosing among a number of candidates who must come before you on their merits and claim your support on the score of personal fitness and fidelity to the indestructible principles of Democracy My duties nnd business experience over sinco I arrived at the age of twenty oiio years have been in the line of public m to tho hands of any but reliable people whon you are looking for We want your tiatle and tire ui Lcxintton prepared to show yon the greatest election unc mrp rooiw de ol noons in the city voted to Shoes a jseoond room is tilled tthh Dry Good Notions etc while in the third room we carry an immense stock of Gents Furnishing Goods Hats etc To ascertain how many of the readers of this paper deal with us we will allow a discoiiut of per cent to any customer bringing this advertisement when they deal with us This of fer good for two months only Watch for prices in our new change Â¬ Â¬ J lit 1IIIU1PI diviljfi i l linn win l AOCCfrfrO cvuwi ntl iiiti - f 0444 N 9 Tfc JT m JKKi TB TT wp 4i f 444444e tfilSVr JV tmUiPPAb WKXWXC0CHOO within circumscribed limits it is true and I have devoted no small part of my time aud energy assiduously to tho thoughtful consideration of ques- Â¬ tions of public policy and popular inter- Â¬ est with a viow to intelligently discharg- Â¬ ing my duties as a citizen if nothing atlairs more Beg ill lie leaf Hit CLOTHING Wo are the largest Itont 9500 f DEALER IN A limited number of instruments will Diamonds Watches and Jewelry bo rented at this nominal priec simply Goods Fair Dealing and You ean notaflbrd Reliable as an advertisement to miss this opportunity It has never Bottom Prices All Goods and Work been made before and will not last long Guaranteed Line of And a Implements Address Jesus tho tree See advertisement elsewhere Mitchell Wagons Owcnsboro Wagons W Is tho Widow Her two mites sho DuIois Webb Louisville Ky 1UI in God to sustain McCormick Binders and Mowers gave trusting Maj 1 II HlKgliiH Demi her nnd save Whiteleys Solid Steel Binders and Mowers Mnj J II Higgins a prominent ox HAZEL GltEEK KY Cross that our dear Savior confederate soldier died at the Protes- Is the only firm in the town which hanX Is tho Repairs kept in stock for McCormick Whitoley and bore Oh think of his sorrows tant infirmary in Lexington one day last dles the justly celebrated KAy Champion Machinery Granger and Tiger Hay Rakes V onrl rrrinvn liim Tin iimm week aged fifty nine years Ho was a Avery and Malta Double Shovel Plows Y Is the Youth who was killed by a member of the orphan brigade He trom the wholesale house of fall but by n miracle wrought was entered the army as first lieutenant of saved by Paul company B Second Kentucky regiment Z Is for Zore where Iot prayed to be and was promoted to the captaincy and PORTSMOUTH OHIO It rominds mo of Jesus a refuge finally becamo major of the regiment pa When vou want the UEST footwenr for me Ho leaves a son nnd two daughters in give him a call no4ly Uncle Remus Lexingtom Gillroore Ky Thk Hkhald oilico now has moro print COMBS HOUSE Many of tho citizens of Rainsville CAMPTON KY crs stationery than any other similar MANTELS AND GRATES Ind are never without a bottle of Cham establishment in Eastern Kentucky and B HOLLON Prophietok J berlains Cough Remedy In tho house of any kind this is leading merchant if you want printing says Jacob Brown the Tho patronnge of the traveling public is tho placo to get it The Farmers Friend respectfully solicited Table the best and of the placo This remedy has proven every attention to the comfort of guests 1700 Dead of the IMaguti value for colds croup and of so much Seventeen hundred Chinese have died Alt Sterling Ky North Maysvillo Street whooping cough in children that few FLOYD BYltD of tho plcgue at Hong Kong since its mothers who know its worth are willing Cnmpton Ky outbreak on May 4 Despite previous As it is Springtime of course everyone will want to clean to do without It For sale by John M ATTORNEY-AT-LA- W reports to tho contrary tho Euroiean rRfeSe house and must have population up to tho present has not fiZT Abstracts of title ftnnished collecUuatmHd and Wife 11111 guaranteed returns and lcen attacked by the disease Tho pre-Â¬ tions made with prompt firm of WeedJc Day tho law Connected The expiration on Tuesday of nlnoty cautionary measures Uiken by tho Euro Mt Sterling Ky in civil practice dajg after tho adjournment of tho lato peans aro the cause of their immunity legislature put into effect those laws C JOHNSON J H RWAX0O fro in sickness Tho epidemic is now do T Campton llazel Un MMed by that body but which did not SWANGO JOHNSON effect on account of creasing in poverity Such as Bedroom Suits Cheap Bedstead Rockers Pianos fointo itrimediato ChniiReil to Avoid n Crnfth ATT011NEYS-AT-LAhaving no emergency clause Tho most Bureaus Tables Mattress and everything that you K J Hampton of Winchester chair Â¬ Will practice in the Wolfe county nnd cir- Organs pportant of theso laws wnicn so went Ve have the lar- Â¬ congressional com cuit courtb Collections promptly made can iincl in a first class Furniture House to effect that day is tho Husband man of tho Republican mid abstracts of title furnished on short gest line of Carpets in Eastern Kentucky and our Furniture district has changed noWife bill which revolutionizes tho mittee of tho Tenthmado for tho primary notice originally Be sure to call and is the latest and at rock bottom prices property rights of married women and the call see us at MASONIC married woman a county conventions to Belect delegates to Ja effect makes overy As at the congressional convention r fern me gole CO conventions were BEN WILLIAMSON first made the county - ia m a tho finest liuro wnito 23 buf 1 11 is bettor to havo been held Saturday Juno c p ever introduced here It was the day fixed by the Demo toilet as this CATLETTSBURG KY tfcn Cwhroere Boquet for the and cratic committee for tho same purposo flue laundry Solo agency for 8outh Ilend flows superior to Ivory for he has changed it and will allow tho Sapolio for the kitchen One chairman of each county to fix the time almtd of It J F LOOKHART at mkiOo 2 for 16o 4 for 26c Sold for the county convention A V1 4tLi ftbfc ofUttOfily KA Fortify yourself for tho diseases pecul post- SWEffTXttT AS9 fcB4feU g fcMUai S J d Garwtt hM been appointediuiiV iar to warw weather by taking Ayera Brwtniw it DAturcMI rwig ZEL KY MT SarMparilla Two MontliH Â¬ ish oh save Q Is tho Queen who from distant lands came allured by tho sound of King Solomons famo -- I8 for Ruth She goes midst the sheaves gathering tho ears which tho husbandman leaves for Stephen Christs master who Is cried to God for his murderers then calmly died AWl8 for Timothy who was taught in his youth to love and to study the cripturcs of truth TJjftNorUzzinli tho priest who in rash- ness nnd pride the holy ark touched was smitten nnd died V Is tho Vine a green branch may I be bearing of fruit to the glory of Within tho short time that intervenes between the present aud the date of the county conventions I shall be driven by the exigencies of the case to limit my canvass to only a few countie of the district aud shall not be able to sec many of you in person and express my views on public questions in your presence and I hope therefore that in performing the sacred duty that devolves upon you as citizens and voters you will act with patriotic deliberation Respectfully Â¬ house in Contral Kontucky and mako a specialty of 700 and 10 Suits With ovory suit for Men wo givo a guaranteed lover move mont dust proof WATCH AND CHAIN fkre White Hall Lot your first entry bo a resolution not to buy until you have soon us for Carpets Curtains Rugs Oil Cloths A I IrJnlir r H GRAVES VICTOR COX BOGAGRT 5K CO LEXINGTON KY You will run no chance Things are what thoy sooin There will bo no disappointments in store for you HUGH HICKS MANAGER 87 N Broadway LEXINGTON C M HILL pianufactiiri 17 K Jeweler IvY Beattyville Ky June 11 1SIM Short Street ELECT ROPOISE LEXINGTON KY HARDWARE QUEENSWARE Agricultural Full TINWARE John Rose Â¬ Â¬ Shoes C P Tracy Co The Boots and tueensware at Cut Throat Prices Best and Cheapest Cook Stoves and Ranges on the Market A Â¬ A New Carpet or Matting Window Shades or House Furnishing Goods W Â¬ Â¬ TEMPLE fu Â¬ Hardware Cutlery mm Mt Sterling Ky -- a s vo l t D TRIMBLE BROTHERS gua HMlr fNli STERLING KY V ffl XT 1 TCTwwwwllf1wlyawwalwKi aHeSo-----vtTTTa1 v -- - jfci i ii i - i mi rWPC l vy - Ifj 5 1 J ibSsSS5 m V Si iJfTrn ii vifcvv knnu brother saM thre w wo iS ltn0 as wo could divido the property f l between us Ithout the expense of ad- on mark what I say ho va n notlve for that Interfering TO nml In some ay holl try to got tho i i i I I F inntw WALTER A WOO 1894 Always at the front in desjtfy style and quality of our 5 ins m ni i ieHARDyfeoLMJoHN5T6N v CoPYRIQH Tja92BYrfDIPPINCqTTCPMPANY ii Â¬ In time Cullen had to admit that Hannahs policy seemed to have been wise and trudent When her baby was born the messenger who bore the news took with him the word that it was a boy and named Pearce Amerson The grandmothers hope to be spared to see the sight was fulfilled and when she hnd seen she blessed it and shortly afterwards set out alone on her last journey Just before going she said to Cullen iMy dear your father has promised me to do right by you Ive no doubt hell keep his word Indeed thenceforth the change which hitherto had been slow and gradual quickened apace The old man grew more and more fond of Cul- Â¬ len and Hannah often had the latter and her child at his home for several days at a time and sometimes stayed as long at Cullens As for the babj it wus plain to see that for the loss of his late companion he felt compen Â¬ sated over and over by the coming of CHAPTER IIL j Tcnree Amerson Junior Kven Wiley although he made no demonstration such being never in his line yet ap peared to be content with the change He did go so far as to offer some sort Â¬ birth Cullen took it for what he thought it was worth Hannah for a great deal more and was very very thankful Cullen dear she gently remon you didnt take brother strated Wileys congratulations very well seemed to me of congratulation to the parents at the Â¬ but yielding to her ii isl ands In junctions she observed tin restraints which she miw were unavoidable yet strove not to hide hor wish that rela Â¬ tions were different She had boon in the habit of making brief calls when on the way to or from the plantation beyond and Hannah us often as Cul len consented had visited her in town Only in one matter did she act con- Â¬ trary to his avowed wishes that was tlie old gentlemans hostility to Han nah and his consequent throats to cut Cullen off from an equal share in his estate More than once joining with her mother-in-labut employing greater plainness of speech had she re monstrated with him and there was no doubt that her behavior was the main influence which begun the change in When all prejudice his attitude seemed to be removed at the birth of Hannahs child she was free to express j Hence- her heartfelt gratification on as smoothly as forth things went could be desired It was not possible make a show for Wiley and Cullen of affection which neither felt and which each knew was not felt by the other Vet they behaved with decent civility whenever they met and their wives came to trust that their family relations would become as they ought to be The father as happens often with old men after the death of their wives lapsed sensibly from the vigor which hitherto he had maintained During this while he seemed to have grown more and more fond of Cullen and Hannah At the beginning of his last rapid decline three years after w advnntngo of me I hope not Oh I hopo not An soon ns it is decent to do so I am golnrr into town to consult with Arthur Palmer in tho case Arthur they tell me is gotting to be a ood lawyer and doing very well That lie is and besides is as line u fellow as lives It pleased her to hear him speak bo favorably of one who had been his rival CHAPTER IV w MOWERS HAY RAKES s TUDULAR STEEL MOWER 3 REAPERS ahd BINDERS r H 4 Â¬ j j i hi l iW - I took them as cordially as they were given Poor Sister Julia I wish she could have such happiness She dont want it nor does he Cullen arent you ashamed of your- Â¬ self for talking so he answered with a Yes rather because I know my rsmile but its words are true Sister Julia wants no hild indeed I suspect shes thankful for having none of a husband who has treated her as brother has Cullen love sometimes I think you dont do full justice to ltrother Wiley because he hasnt the affectionate na- Â¬ ture that you have A man must make allowance for such differences I think myself that he is colder to her than than I could be satisfied to put up with but that is his nature Yes darling thats his nature Then he laughed loudly Well theyve both been respectful and kind to me and I cant but wish they had a baby or something that would bring them closer together Brother may not know it but hes got for a wife one thats a saint if I know It has nlways what that means seemed to me a pity that they have never come to understand each other well enough You little iunocent the difficulty is they understand too well she said in half Cullen Cullen Then they playful remonstrance turned from the theme to that which for both was one of unmixed felicity The person just now referred to was worthy of their praise The Mnrstons had been reduced considerably in the establishment they once kept partly by injudicious management mainly by debts which the head of the family as surety for some of his neighbors had been forced to meet In this condition Julia the plainest and not the young- Â¬ est of the Marston girls was induced to take Wiley Amerson who was well enough looking tolerably mannered known to have made considerable money in trade and to have excellent expectations from the death of his fa- Â¬ ther now well stricken in years The marriage had not been happy The health of the wife poor to begin with was not helped by the life led with a man far more selfish and coarse than she had believed She was thankful that she bore no children much asÂ¬ she needed the comfort they often impart Her husband got from the con- Â¬ nection what ho had counted on bet- Â¬ ter social position With his own ac- Â¬ cumulations and the few thousands come with her he built the nice two story mansion on Clarke street and deported himself as well as he could learn how in the circle to which she lie showed much had lifted him pride in the adornments which she made about the houso and the trees and flowers planted by her in the front yard Finding in time that she had been married to a man whom she could not respect and therefore could not love the strength of her charac- Â¬ ter enabled her to endure his society and to seem to ignore some low Irregularities which he took not very much pains to hido from her Dis Â¬ gusted with his vulgar snobbishness and that which he had injected into his father she became fond of Cullen for his openness and hearty simplicity and wished to live on entirely affec- Â¬ tionate terms with him and Hannah jip i S l VoWl n i M ii km JmL A i i fBv r i 1 i f aNNBISKva kViuV IWJ TVVS wv i W - VA v 5 VHU l- -- i I yVsM t vpi 5 t VT 7 ftiTr ill k iTV JTry OH CULIKN SIBTEK JUIIA LOOKED DHEAIIKULLY This Dank solicits the accounts of mer 1529 Arch St Philadelphia Pa been more sur- Â¬ chants farmers traders and business men Nothing could have 120 Sutter St San Francisco Cal generally throughout Eastern Kentucky prising to me Id heard at one tlmo oilers its customers every facility ana your father was not well satisfied with and most liberal terms within the limits of the I legitimate hanking von for some cause or other but oct8ly thought he had become entirely recon ciled Indeed ho seemed to me dux- - j lug his Inst three or four years to bo Glar K Dnumu Hauonai Bank nurtimihirlv fond of vou more so I suspected than of Wiley MAIN STREET WINCHESTER KY Yes brother put him against Han Caveati and Trade Marks obtained and all PatÂ¬ ent business conducted for Moderate Feit nnh making him feel for awhile that Ottr Office It Opposite US Patent Offlee I had lowered the family by marrying JOHN W HKAN President and we can secure patent in less tlae than tbose so remote from Washington her but he got over that at least II F CURTIS Cashier Send model drawing or photo with descrip- Â¬ it appeared in less than u year He did tion We advise If patentable or sot free of make his will so mother told me but Capital 5200000 charge Our feo not duo till patent la secured Surplus 100000 A Pamphlet How to Obtain Patents with she said on her deathbed that he had names ofactual clients InjourWtate county or he died Oh Cullen Undivided Proiits 935000 destroyed it Not long before town aent free Address I tel you its so nannah 1 cant ho said to me distinctly that he would Organized 1815 being the oldest hank in He not leave a will and that brother had get you to understand Wiley the Opposite Patent Oflee Watfefesten D C never cared for anybody except him Â¬ counseled him so suggesting that ho and county Collections made on nil points your business solicited self since he was born and hes always and I could divide the estate without been regarding me as a thing in his resort to the court Rather suspicious Â¬ Â¬ sition suggested that Hannah should stay with them in the house as her own strength was not sufficient for con- Â¬ stant attendance upon his increasing needs This was done He was care- Â¬ fully watched by both sons nnd their wives but it was easy to see that of all their ministrations those of Cullen were most acceptable to him With Cullen he sometimes held brief consul- Â¬ tations which ended abruptly when Wiley came in Yet he professed to have equal affection toward all of them held to his faculties until near the last and died calmly as if he knew full well that vain would be any attempt to withstand an enemy who was irresistible Waiting upon him so long added to her other troubles seemed to have well nigh prostrated Wileys wife When they went home after the burial Hannah said Oh Cullen Sister Julia looked dreadfully in the graveyard to day Shes been declining fast since fathers sickness began and I never saw her so bad as she was to day Yes shes going very fast Did you notice thnt brother didnt goanlgh her and that she had to lean on the arm of I declare I was ashamed Mrs Plume of him It didnt look well Look well It looked just what it was heartless Well poor father has gone now and as soon as I and brother can have a settlement I am going my way and I shall let him understand that I want him to go his False as he has been to me and shameless in his treatment of you the shabbiest of his whole behavior is what he has put upon Sister Julia for whom I have more pity than for any person I ever knew I actually believe hell be glad when she dies as shes going to do and that before very long Julia her husband making no oppo- Â¬ The burial was on Thursday On the afternoon of the second Monday thereafter being the first Monday in that month Cullen was called out to his gate by one of his neighbors on his return from town who after some conversation rode away What did Mr Haddock want Cul- Â¬ len dear asked Hannah You look MMious as If he had brought bad news Theyre not as good as I would havo preferred to get Hannah he bays brother propounded to day in the court of ordinary fathers will Is that so Why I heard father tell you ho wasnt going to leave anv will So you did What do you make of it Nothing except that I boliuvo a fraud was put upon him for father was a man of truth I knew from mother that he made a will shortly after our marriage but she told me just before she died that he had de- stroyed it Perhaps he dertroved an other paper believing it was that Did Mr Haddock tell you what was in it Yes he heard Mr Flint talking about it on the street He was one of the witnesses and the only one that was sworn The others were Owen Carruthers and William Lilly Mr Lilly is dead and Owen is sick Mr Flint aid that this place and the ne Â¬ groes and stock on it aie left to me besides two thousand dollars in money to buy more land with the rest goes to brother And what do you suppose that would amount to I couldnt say but considerably over a hundred thousand dollars And what that left to you About seven or eight thousand Wasnt something left to Iearce Of course not Iearce wasnt born when the will was made Almost nothing to you nnd nothing to the child that was named after him and that he seemed so fond of The sight of her disappointment of her grief and shame made him sick at heart He went away from her for awhile When he came back she said I wonder Mr Flint would have witnessed such a will Cullen he always was at least I always thought he was a good friend of our family Of course ho was and is Such as that doesnt hinder a person from merely signing his name as witness to n business paper Genernllj at least often witnesses to wills know nothing of whats in them In this case Mr Flint didnt Haddock says he heard the old man say that ho berated broth- Â¬ er in the ordinarys ofllce about it tell Â¬ ing him it was a shame and that if he had suspected what was in it he never would have signed And brother an- Â¬ swered so he said that he intended IT I didnt make too much fuss about it to allow me something more he didnt say what And what are you going to do about it dear I cant say yet but I will take noth- Â¬ ing from brother as a gift Wouldnt you make o compromise with him of any sort No And now Hannah I beg 3ou not to interfere You see that I under- Â¬ stood Wiley better than you did She forbore to reply but he could see that his words did not satisfy her Little was said about it during the rest of the week On Saturday morning Cullen went into town repairing to Dabneys ofllce at a corner of Hancock street and the courthouse square said the Good morning Cullen lawyer Ive been expecting you Howdye Arthur Yes I thought Id consult you about this will of fa- Â¬ Â¬ with latest improvements we call attention of farmers to their great strength durability and light - rJ V a Ml HAY RAKE draft Our sales show that they are unexcelled Send for Catalogue to VJ WALTER A WOOD MOWING AND REAPING MACHINE CO x sji d i ENCLOSED GEAR REAPER HARVESTER AND BINDER See W W REED Mt Sterling Ky for prices 1 1 For the liriiolit of tho ladles fo Hazel Green and vlviuitv I have opened a GENERAL UHXISIIIXG GOODS STORK at mv rvsid nee In Hazel Green and will currv a coin detelineof the following articles which will be nob at the LOWEST PltlCESylx Ladies Hats Silks and Velvets Ladies Gloves Hat Trimming Itihhous Underwear Handkerchiefs Ladies Toilets Curllg Ironn Woolen Dress Goods AVhiilv Honu itin is tati iiii Whale Hones Casings Laees Embroideries Veilings Infants Caps Umbrellas Towels Unitizing Taints Silk Laees black and white Muslins White Goods Ladies Slippers Dress Shields Corsets Complete lino oflloslury Dress Trimmings Elastics etc etu Buy Tour Hats of Mo and Got Thorn Trlmmod Froo of Cliargo My stock will embrace every article of Ladies wear in the latest stylo Just from the l will also do DKKSS- eitv as well us many other notions too numerous to mention MAivING and will eat and make dresses to suit the hard time prices liest system of cutting bv the Haddington Cutting Machine which was awarded first premium nt the 0Mttii LAURA UAWLINCS of CivinKtoii Kv well and favora Wurhtti Fair 18M bly known to the ladies of this vicinity will he my assistant Your trade is respectfully cry respectfully solicited and sattsiaeiiou guaranteed Ginlianis Lawns wt lffl Mrs FRED DAY wsmwwmte FIRE LIFE ASSETS OVER LOSSES PAID HOFFMAWS Address A HOFFMAN ACCIDENT Agys 26000000 27500000 tfS jgMgRJbTlio Safest estiuul JIOST ltKLIABLE Agency SSTff in Eastern Kentucky Kates Reasonable Mt Sterling Ky hero aru with which tho weak poinoa generally him to contend Woiik regularly consumes hia strength Capita 50000 hut often pnyH for what it takes NVoiutY lights tho candle ut tho other FLOYD DAY J FCOX end and never puyn at all Ciihliier President Diskasi lien his hands and deprives hint No Hank in Eastern Kentucky has hotter of power of rcsUHtuiice vaults nor hotter facilities for keeping your Who can number the thousands account Managed entirely bv home people who know you and who are always ready to accommodate you OVERCOME frirMoiiey to loan on reasonable rates this mighty trio For years we have Call on us fought these consumers of life with lifos own weapon the air we breathe made stronger for tho combat bv the aid nnd skill of modern science Our CLAY CITY KY Clay liit national Bail ENEMIES THREE J BY Winciiesier Bank WINCHESTER KY N H WITIIEKSlOON COMPOUND OXYGEN ox pels disemuH President K D IIUNTKIl Ciishler restores strength quiets the nerves and Paid up Capital 20000000 Surplus 6000000 is offered free to all who suffer Proof that will convince nil who reason DRS STAR KEY PALEN Send us your address thers 1 mm CASNOWCO LELAND way Ho tried his best to get father to glvo him more than his share of the propertj Mother told mt that and she told me that Sister Julias remon Â¬ strances more than anything else pre- Â¬ vented its being done Father towards the last said he had been Intending to make a will and would have done so looking thing Isnt it To he continued SL 4no JAMES HOTEL HOTEL Lexington Tfy Kxainino the dnto after your name on tho margin of this paper ami if behind semi uh at once for which wo will bo 1 quite thankful New ihiihlliig Gns nnd Klrctrle Lightl Kleetrio Llcvatorl Heated throughout with WKHlMtH HONH MitmiKorH frfl Hot Water pgrltutea 200 a Day Non Vv Tliejntronae of Wolfe and Morgan business center and depot Come and twtj me Itespectfully 8 It BROOKS counties solicited 4 Fourth Street near Main CINCINNATI O It JIUOOKH Proprietor it Ji I ir A i i r KM Li i y 17 JN V V iin falliiKi I I Ii S jflan ft m wiimk tt V JiRW j nV i in i ifrsi -n fW M W WH4 TA Il I m c F ft If iv V l cabulary of tho past town And Homo meinricn of it will linger us long One rig was so very rickctty Professor wns as life shall last feArful it would break down And in closing wo wish to say to tho young his shotgun and proceeded to arrest and We drovo along very slowly nothing hap folks of this state pened of any note bring to town tho Ilolley negro tho That you want to lenrn something nnd that Only lllohmond would jnmp out every two others were arrested by the officers as before too late miles to see if something hadnt broke And further if you want nn education that soon as the fight was reported Mt 18 20 and 22 N UPPER STREET LEXINGTON KY At last we came to Greer Springs nnd stop will stay Sterling Advocate ped to cat our dinners there Just pnek your books and doll rags and TO THE DEMOCRATS We all enjoyed tho shade so well and esJmm 5SSSQSJnn come to J I G A pecially the fare Of tho Tenth CoiiKntitiiitl Dlfttrlct A PAIR OF SCISSORS Kind friends who know how faithful Yes oh cs wo nil enjoyed it for it was I have been to Democratic principles Dinner on the Ground lmully for That Ilnvn lloItnKtl MILLINERY AND DRESS MAKING Bichmond didnt know on which sido his and with what zeal and consistency I Ono Hundred and Thirty Yimrw bread was buttered till it fell with John Wilson town marshal of Hazel have stood by the interests of the masses tho butter bidu down Green has in his possession n puir of of the people have urged me to become Dress Goods After dinner was over we contrived to sing scissors which nro known to have been a candidate for congress Of course a 8ong in his immediate- family for 130 years or neither they nor I would have thought the benefit of tho people who kindly For more They wero first owned by his of my doing so ns long i my neighbor helped us along UR CUSTOMERS recognize tho fnct that wo nro giving fnthcrs first wife whose maiden nnine Judge Lisle was iu tho field His withThen we rolled out on the hill nnd down wns Polly Nickell the host value and showing the largest assortment or At her death Ma- Â¬ drawal however leaves the question tho Little Ciuiuy New and Sonsonnblo Dross Goods Silks Novoltios Vol tilda Walters her second daugter fell open I have not hesitated to announce AVc wero in quite a hurry for it looked n vets and Millinery of any house in Kentucky Silks heir to them At tho death of Mrs myself becauso I did not upprcciato tho little rainy from China India nnd Japan such stylos woro nover We soon arrived in West Liberty a little Walters her third son Jefferson Walters honor of a seat in tho national houso of See woro nover so low cftino in possession of them and nt his representatives but have doubted tho shown such beauties wero novor soon prices after four tho great varioty and novelty in our French Silks Satin Duchess And everyone to see us came crowding to death they passed to his third sister policy of entering a contest so near its the door Olivia Ilisncr At tho death of Mrs close and besides have been hampered Moiro Antique Brocades Stripes Poau do Soio Zanzibars and Uin moloon effects Havo ovory woavo known to tho most famous makers They wondered if it was not Toots second Iiisnor they enmo into the present own- by business engagements which I could our patterns can bo ers hands nnd nro yet in a good state of not ns an honerablo man ignore I con- Â¬ in Europe Our Grenadines aro a specialty and pavilion show found no where else For they thought they saw Mrs Teats but preservation though they exhibit signs fess that I would like very much to have it wns Professors mother lnlaw of long nnd constant service They are tho nomination nt Campton and would Our Spring Woolens aro beautiful and our importations are the Our wngons drove round to the hotel kept 10J inches iu length evidently hand take pleasuro in making a careful can- Â¬ latest our stock tho largest and most varied our stylos unequalod by Mr Cole forged and not much unlike tho patterns vass of tho district and in trying to con- Novelties in China and Japanese Draperies Wo nil arrived at tho same time except the seen nowa days At the points they do vince its voters that the Democratic wagon that contained the pole Embroidories Lacos and White Goods Undorwear Corsots and not meet by just one quarter of an inch party is not responsible in nny degree Hosiery India Linen Dimity Mulls Pique French and English Nain- Â¬ After suppor wo had some music given by nnd a person contemplating them can for the financial depression which so dis- Â¬ sooks Embroidered Swiss the Wilmore band easily imngino that tho sharp point was tresses the American people It would Tho music nnd the yell that tho boys gave worn awav little by little iu cutting rut bo a physical impossibility for me to Artistic patterns in wash materials Duck Suitings Galatea Cloths wns more than our nerves could stand leather breeches buckskin for the boys visit the people of tho different counties Figured Corded Muslin Zephyr Ginghams Real French Organdies After the music was over we to the Christian Such a rarely beautiful selection of these lovely and shaping tho latest in fashion for tho nnd I will therefore content myself with our own designs church did go woro novor shown by ono houso before Childrens Gingham There wo rendered our pieces and the peo- girls from tho Unsay patterns of tho day asking them through the press to give goods C months to 8 years And this bit of history furnishes much me their support in the event that they and Muslin Dresses splendidly mado ple appreciated them too It wns near midnight when we all retired to food for thought when wo are disposed believe me capable worthy and available Ready made Eton Suit3 in black tan and blue Shirt Waists to grumble becauso some garment is not Wo cannot afford to make a mistake in Black Dress Goods tho rest nnd sleep best value tho best wearing the most satisfac- Â¬ But Maggie Stella and Minnie bethought a faultless fit as we think it should be this matter because if wo do the district tory are tho Lupin weaves Wo have Ono Hundred varieties to select them of something good to cat But they had no dudes in those dajs nnd might be lost and the county ticket in from Storm Sorgos aro always ready Imperial Cords Jacquards We forbid to say anything more for wo girls for that thoy should have bee thankful several counties that we ought to carry Melrose Henriettas Cropons and Granite Cloths Spring Capes nro very good friends Mr Wilsons father moved from Green put in jeopardy I will not push myself cloth and laco Spring Jackets now stylos light in weight low in And if we say anything they dont like we brier county Virginia into this section on tho party but will accept the result prico hope to make amends when it was yet u wilderness and Floyd of its action with faith in its wisdom Tho largost stock of Jouvin Genuine Kid Gloves in all longths all We girls rested very little and poor Mr Cra- county tho fortieth created in the state and with no less confidence than I have colors the finest mado ven spent a slecplcsH night from parts of Mason Fleming and Mont- Â¬ ever had in the doctrine that tho majority Because he roomed with Mr Swnngo who gomery then comprised nil of that ter should rule W M Bicknir hugged him too tight June 18 1894 tory from which the counties of Pike Ho said he felt like he was in the grasp of a ami parts of Clay Harlan Perry Law- Â¬ grizzly bear MORGAN COUNTY Tin largest stock of Millinery Goods in Lexington Specialties Poor fellow Arent you sorry lor him lies rence Morgan Breathitt Letcher John in Bonnots Hats Childrens Caps Flowers Veiling Ribbons Seo our Involutions son Kowan BiydMngofiinWolfe Elliott the best driver anywhere Dr J F Lockhart is at Frcnchburg display of now things from Paris London and New York and Lee linvo since been carved Three On the morning of tho 14th we toward Sal- tliis week days elections wero then held and the ycisvillo rolled away Miss Mattie Quicksall and her mother Tho road wns rough and rugged and wc voter living remote from the polls shoul wero visiting in town last week dered his trusty riilo and started the first wished ourselves at home to stay Miss Orr has charge The latest styles are given you a perfect fit Shcrifl B M Carr and deputies paid Mr Swango was unused to riding oer such day ho as to make sure of casting his is assured Wedding and street costumes made on short notice our town a money visit last week roads in a wagonette voto before tho close of the third Tick Misses Maud Maxey and Candy Wal And saidi If 1 ever get home alive Ill not town now in Montgomery and Prestons fc deck of West Liberty nro visiting in rido so again you bet burg were then tho respective voting town Ho would sometimes perch himself out on places and Mr Wilson says he has licard Whooping cough is still on tho increase tho wagon hub his pap Andrew Wilson say that lie And every time he did so tho wheels gave never failed to vote and he lived six in town Several grown people are now contending with it him a rub miles above Hazel Green so that voting actmiii iiimi iiiimi imm iiiii i limmiimM his arms over the Ho hed take a change put The result of the meeting which closed at cither point ho had to travel about top and his feet on the brake here last week was eleven additions two Ami tho people who saw his antics thought forty fivo miles of whom were by baptism Mr Wilson says that when ho shuttles him a dime museum fake George Cox jr came to town n few oil this mortal coal and leaves this mun During tho day some one said wed pass a days auo and was taken very sick and is dane sphere for that land whence no blind tiger on the hill not able to return home yet Thats nu addition to our show said Mrs traveler returns ho will leave the scis Elder J A Howard will fill his ap sors to his son Harlan and request that Ireland O do get it Will pointment at Maytown next Saturday Professor didnt promise but he got a part ho iu turn shall bequeath them to his and Sunday A big meeting is expected of it wo think heirs and assigns forover Thus an heir For ho sent Mr Swango into tho cage and loom may have hereditary title even unto which by the way is tho only kind lie has came out with n wink or beyond tho tenth generation and their One day last week Dr J F Lockhart At Salyersvillo tho hotels couldnt tnkous history a hundred years hence may prove called to see Mrs Joseph Carpenter thoy wero crowded you know oven more interesting to tho readers of win But somo good friends came up and asked that time than will tho above to the vast who had accidentally swallowed a pin which lodged in the throat Sho would us and with thorn wo did go army of Tin IlritAM readers today hospitality and had a not submit to a surgical operation and Wo nccepted their ANOTHER KILLING wo havo not learned whether the pin has pleasant time And it being Inte our speaking didnt begin been removed or not George lluiiMor Moot IIIh Death at h till nearly nine Granny Creek JrlHtH NHro 1oHtlval Wo had quite n crowd nnd tho people treated negroes held a to tho wifo of San ford Byrd a Bom On Saturday night tho imitation marble also Heal Oak and us good festival at tho house of Ben Davis girl And wo tender them our thanks as decent somo three miles north of town on the Mantel Clocks best makes J F Havens of Omer wns in this fpcoplo should During the locality last week on business W Thompson farm Ncxtwornlng wo loft tho place nnd wero W A Mr Williams of Hath county was evening a dispute- arose between acouplo homownrd bound of thoso in attendance as to which could iu this neighborhood last week Handsome 8 day walnut or oak But the crowd was not as gay as when it and up most gracefully exhibit his powers as a John Porry and wifo of Martinsburg started on tho round Iron enameled imitation marble 750 and up dancor The dispute waxed into a quar visited relatives on Grassy last week But wo contrived to raise our voices to keep rol and tho quarrel into u freo fight Address nil communications to Several bunches of cattle passed hero up tho spirits of the crowd Tho talo of tho negroes is that Hayes last week on routo to tho Mt Sterling FRED J HEINTZ Manufacturing Jeweler So wo sang somo good old hymns and snug Scott and Jim Holly wero indulging in market vorv loud them Custom House Square A T McGuiro and wifo of Omer vis Â¬ LEXINGTON KY thisfriondly disputo when George Keasor Soon somo of tho boys wero fust nsloop rushed in tho room and grabbed Hayes ited relatives at this nlaco from Fridav they wero lazy too talked in his sleep nnd his Scott by the throat and then fifteen until Sunday One of them Virgio tho littlo daughter of J 0 name is B F Q shots wero fired thoy do not know by in Salyersvillo whom ono of which lodged a bullet in Havens has been on tho sick list the past Ho had seen n pretty girl tho body of tho dond negro A knife two weeks but wo are proud to say is LaSOLUTfr who was nfter his own heart Mk J I Cask Hickory Grovo Farm home strongly that from was also used with which JKensor was now bettor Cixdkriiua And he began to think so of ltuclno Wis Havs Altar Irvine S cvory known remedy 1 removed n largo Hunch Z Accidentally Shot her ho could never purt cut on tho head Whon tho smoko of two years Ktnuding irom a a year old JIUy Z On Friday Johnnie Devine win of Late in tho evening our eyes woro gladden- cleared away Rearer was dead and none with throo applications of ed by the Bight of home of tho other participants hurt Tho Neal Devine of this city had hid a shot Â¬ kweetly rest thro tho night for iu dead negro worked for Mr Robert Crooks gun under tho houso in ordor to go off There to uo other place can rest come Instilling tho weapon out of and was a valuablo work hand Four hunting tlstliohostpropftrntlonl havo ever used or heard Z to Camp of 1 heartily recommend It to all Ilorsomou z We rested till noon next day and negroes havo been lodged iu jail charged its hiding place ho managed in some We have hundreds of such testimonials ton we all went with being participants in tho crimo woy to dischnrgo the gun nnd tho load beet people welcomed us and our time Their names aro Hayes Scott Georjjo toro its woy through tho calf of his leg Price 8150 per battle Ask your druggist for It If ho The doM not kvepltteod us 36c stain pa or silver for trial box wa pleasantly spent f Mt kUMIUMt W B EDDY CO Whitehall N Y to the town that s Scott Rob Black and Jim Holley A giving him a very ugly wound dy worn w returnedeae I negro man of tbo neighborhood procured Sterling Advocate geed eaough or Â¬ fer THJt IlKKAIl The Aomlemy OtitlHg Twm oh the morning of the 13th wo left tho town of lifted Green There everything is brightness kindness nnd nothing that is mean There were three rigs full of people and decked with our colors drove out of Wo had quite u pleasant trip and many things did sec We nil had n grnud old time and u profitable one wo say Although tho road was rough nnd n long 10 nnd weary way Wo give this trip a Cretan mark in our voÂ¬ 12 W SHORT STREET LEXINGTON KY KITCHEN Breakfast from 5 to 0 n m 1 tfjr Rogulnr MohIb 25 conts Mouis to ardor nt all hours a m to 8 p m Suppor from 5 to 9 p m Dinner fron VOysters Lamb Fries Fish and Chicken a Specialty SOTHBH 9 WAT SOU -- Â¬ rORElGW DOMESTIC URY bUUUS Every Day Grand Opening of Spring -- - Â¬ fTS Â¬ Â¬ 1 Â¬ Â¬ MILLINERY DEPARTMENT I Jel Â¬ VDRESS MAKING DEPARTMENT CTOTHXtn TTAWSOHT CLOCKS A Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ In Walnut PRICES FOR NEXT TAIRTY DAYS 398 J jay eyeJeeWI Jay-Kyo-S- hi 1 -- QUINNS SSNTMENT -- m X 4 AT T lA - jV t -