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Digital page images are linked to the text file. lEVMRfp - - J v ffwyww -- iWSSmmSmMm FW 7 A X SPENCER COOPER Hazel Green Herald r im ri lO M v Established March 4 1885 and Made Famous in tho Colobratod Story of Jonathan and His Continent by Max OKoll SI Ownor and Editor Of n Noisy Worlil AVltli Nowh From All Nntlonn Iumbrlni nt llln line U 00 A YEAR Always In Advanoa TENTH YEAR HAZEL GREEN WOLFE COUNTY ICY THURSDAY JUNE 28 1894 NUMBER 14 msammmmKmra jsk jk fek j--lJmJ When you come to Lexington drop in and see m jwROJir aa mm tb3KrF ryt Mt idar lis and vc will show you the bmirevst stock of tr -- 3 u e r l Nt ar- - rtwty gTlEats and Furnishings for Men and lioys i iiuusuiu una jlvuuiu you over saw it you can t come write to us and tell us what you want Mens Suits from 5 up will make more than your expanses though if you come in person and make your selections cYoii Boys Suits from 125 up ONE PHIOE CLOTHING HOUSE 54 E Main Street M KAUFMAN CO LEXINGTON KY wwriwwwnMiiiMweriMTwi MERCHANTS IBw--W JOB HOLES ALE LOT ONLY CHOOSE 137 and 139 Race Street Riii1 t Cincinnati Ohio Drives in IfcOBMIH jr mm n HA3IS MAHVajUi WSG avaanaaoaw UlSSend for our Price ListJprjy fiZL or near the heart nnd twico in the abdo men nny ono of which would havo been fatal nnd was cut thrco times hi tho arm Georgo Alexander was a good citizen nnd n consistent christian and his denth was n severe shock to the community Tho horror nt his snd end wns scarcely more than thnt the deed should hnvo been dono by tho young mnn nt whose hands ho met his death The burial of the murdered man took place yesterday morning Elders Clarke and Trimble officiated at the funeral after which he was buried by Watson Lodge No 32 I 0 O F of which he was an active member A vast con i course of citizens turned out to show their respect to a man who had lived among us so upright a life and yet who met his death in so tragic a manner George Alexander leaves a widow and five children several of them quite small Esquire Henry Tones empaneled a jury and held an inquest on the body of Alexander Wo give this report as lodged for record Mt Sterling Ky Juno 23 1891 T Henry Jones J P M C held an inquest on the body of Georgo Alexander I empaneled tho jury Hearing tho sworn testimony of the witnesses rendered the following veidict J Â¬ w CSOC2K5S3 mHEEiqr vttssGsesasssgsstBga LEXINGTON hi n I jt 15 iini i GBP IIIIIUjII I Dp 24 W Main Street J tx til JL tti W Ik W o GOODS nnd NOTIONS 165 167 Race jarTho loading house for WlyHlc Street EXHIBITION Hkxhy Joxks J V M C HU- - aCE lUUUO O CINCINNATI FANCY DRY GOODS FIEN1SITING Ahvnrys havo Hig Drives Special attention Wo the jury find that the deceased George Alexander came to his death at tho hands of English Anderson by cuts thrusts and stabs inflicted on the de ceased Aloxnnder by said Anderson with a knife in Montgomery county KenÂ¬ ML O m TtlffMl ml in S WE Â¬ to Mail Orders THE FIFTH ANNUAL tucky Witness our hands this rune 23 1SH1 R M Smith S W Gaitskimj PltlCCC AhK A MSTABJDLY DEED English Anderson Stabs George Alex- Â¬ ander to Death and Wounds David Conley OF THK ISfrroii MwMw WILL BE HELD September 4 5 6 and 7 1894 1 It will this year be conducted Â¬ strictly as a mountain institu- David Conley all of whom live in Mt Sterling were coming in to town on their way home from tho residence of tho late Harvey Hurt where they had been at work painting and had reached the Muysville pike only a short distance this side of the junction with the Paris pike Then1 they met two wagons loaded with lumber A negro was driving the ono in frotit and English Anderson driving the wagon in the rear Alexander and parly were in a spring wagon heavily And paid in Cash without dis- Â¬ loaded with painting materials and though count of any kind JSTow vchiolo thoy pulled off the pike till their was against a hedge at tho side people prepare of tho road and called to the driver to mountain keep to his side of tho road either by stock and produce and accident or design tho negro driver seemed your bent on running into them In answer be on hand to compete for to their warning English Anderson who was on the roar wagon called to the these handsome prizes d inch negro Dont give a d on his wagon At further particulars and this Alexander jumped negros team ran to tho head of the Â¬ Simultaneously with Alexanders spring address tho Secretary Pre- from the wagon Anderson jumped to the miums will be announced in a ground and ran around tho wagon tho two men meeting in front of tho tenuis short time As Anderson enmo toward Aloxnnder ho ran his hand inside tho bosom of his Pros shirt ho had op no coat or vest Alox- Â¬ nnder called out dont drawa pistol 11 A KASH Sccy on mo at this the men en in c together nnd Alexander nindo a grab at Ander- Â¬ FOR sons arm as if to catch it In a flash it wnsscen that Anderson was usingnlnrgo knifo on Alexander Conley jumped down nnd grabbed Anderson who gnvo him a vicious cut some soveu inches MINUTES f An thing that enn li long across tho back Tho result of IKTTKK HUAIS 4ltttoii lip ultli tii EN VKLOPIM f Inlc mill imper call at Andersons fearful work wan ono man THE HERALD OFFICE dead nnd another badly wounded Alex- Â¬ ander was stabbed four times twice in HAZEL GltEKN ICY tion and our mountain people ividixci or Tin conoxnus jury 1 was on the wagon John McDonald with Georgo Alexander When we met Amlosoii ArrvHtcd and IIIh Kxainlnin the lumber wagon we pulled ofTto the Trial Ssit for Tnnlny i lUiiieo ltuToit tlio CoronorH right of the pike Alexander hallooed Jury in Villi to tho negro to givo him pnrt of tho road Again it is our painful duty to record The white man on the hind wagon told one of the most reckless and seemingly the negro not to givo ono d d inch uncalled for killings that has ever dis- Alexander jumped off his wagon and graced this county the white man ran around from his George Alexander a quiet peaceable wagon As he came around ho ran his honest hard working citizen was stab hand into his shirt he had on no coat bed to death by English Anderson one Alexander told him not to pull a pistol of tho most prominent and progressive they clinched arid tho white man was young farmers of tho county and a son stabbing Alexander I told Conley who of Corwin Anderson deceased so well was on the back part of our wagon to known in shorthorn circles The bicken catch the man that was cutting Gcoige ing details are about as follows Conley grabbed him atyl the white man On Saturday evening George Alexan told the negro to knock Conley in the der his son Willie John McDonald and head The negro got a rock Alexander Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Jonx Counnrr John W Wiiiti Jxo W William men with him in his wagon Just be yond the house they met two wagons loaded with lumber Mr Alexander pulled off the road nearly to tho hedge fence The front lumber wagon looked like it would run into him Alexander then jumped oil his wagon tho white man ran up to him Alexander and cut him Alexander fell over in tho road did not know tho man who did tho cutÂ¬ Â¬ j tmx I Boss Jl LEXINGTON NOVELTIES in n do ting L C Peed T met two wagons loaded with lumber a few yards beyond where Wo have an the killing took place A negro was driving the front wagon and English Anderson was driving the other one I was coming towards town ologant assortment of a xi iiihons are thus assured that their interests will be protected Â¬ xJFor H F PIERATT fell and some ladies passing by ii a buggy said he was dead Tho white man cut Conley too I do not know English Anderson William Alexander Wo had met these wagons hauling lumber two or three times They had always run us We met them this evening ofTtho road and papa hallooed at the negro to yive us pait of the road ho would not do it Papa jumped off the wagon to make him give us part of the load and tho white I do man ran around and killed him not know the white mans name but would know him if I should ever see him I am tho son of Georgo Alexander Drs C H Duerson W Jl Thompson and J H Taulbee examined the body of Georgo Alexander There were four stabs in his body that entered tho cavity His death was caused from these stabs James II Freeman I met a negro nnd English Anderson on the side of the road about where Peed lives They wero unhitching their team from tho wagon I asked English if thoy had broken down and ho said yes Mr Peed lives about one hundred yards fiom the Mayyillo pike on the Paris pike Mr Alexander Minnio Freeman wns going townrds town nnd the lumber wagons were coming from town I thought tho front wagon wns going to run into Mr Alexanders wagon Mr Alexanders horso ran into tho hedpo Mr Aloxnnder jumped oil his fence wngon to keep tho other wagon from run- Â¬ ning into him English Anderson ran around tho wngon and stabbed him I know English Anderson ho is tho man that did tho killing Mrs James II Freeman Mr Alexan- Â¬ der passed by in his wagon two or three Mr Anderson was seen at the jail and said No man regrets this unfortunate aflair more than I do I have tried to live an honorable life ami can not believe that thoo who know mo can be made to bclieo that I would havo com mitted such an act unless I had been forced to do it 1 do not think it wise to enter into details Tlio trial is set for today when all the facts will be biought out J was compelled to resort to this extreme measure in order to protect myself English Anderson and tho negro driver aro both in jail and their examining trial is set for this morning at 10 oclock Mt Sterling Advocate June 20 Â¬ Â¬ statimixt Dress MSflb AND UBCEEUED n KID GLOVES Wlion in Loxington fuil to givo us a call dont i 7 ffl Campion Coiivtiihlon Votiu Hroathitt Clark b 10 C Elliott Estill Floyd S G Johnson Knott Lee Magoffin 3 3 3 1 Masonville and Lonsdale Cotton 7c yd Best Calicos 4c yd Lancaster Apron Ginghams 4Jc per yd QDDCDQQD Â¬ Â¬ Martin Mcnefco Montgomery Morgan Pike Powell Wolfe Total A 2 8 0 Wo aro Sole Agon is for 8 3 3 73 Fosters Kid Gloves SI S 1 Featherbone Corsets and writer in tho Why In TIiIh Thus Mnysvillo Public Ledger is puzzled to understand tho times These times continuo hard but Ono day thin weok 10000 per Â¬ he says sons witnessed a horse race and hundreds of thousands of dollars wero staked on tho result Tho attendance on bnso ball games was never so largo an it is this season All popular amusements aro being enjoyed regardless of oxponuo Tlio oxodus to Europe this spring has been larger than evor Standard Patterns BBUOBOBQ 1 CiBosUrlCo Lexington a Hi Ji HVV i4 uMfrftnllBftl T Ljifc 4w34wfafci in uto r ii Ml 1 tlWHWmJWLXWWIXtilltllWIHaAUBMI PIGSKIN TO POLITICS V Pil And Seven years of Congressman Curtis WOLFE COUNTY Noin but his milk doesnt rnlso early life wcro passed lis n jockey a fact warn N Y Never content to keep com- Â¬ When It Whu 1oriHotl It Arn Iopuln which did not become generally known Veokly Ive tried It often IIbh roMofflcne Wrnltli Kto until somo timo after he took his sent in pany with the slow pace set Wolfe county wan formed in 18G0 out Some the homo of representatives Mr Curtis attack oftime ago I was troubled witli anÂ¬ rheumatism I used Chamberof phrts of Morgan Breathitt Owsley wns raised by his grandmothor who by its country cousins though lains Pain Halm and was completely and Powell counties being the one him owned a good string of horses nnd tho cured I have since advised many of drctl and tenth in tlicorderof formation always in sympathy with em my friends and customers to use the to tho saddle It whs lmincd inhonorof Hon Nathaniel youngster took187G ho traveled naturally remedy and all sneak highly of it Si From 18G9 to tho west mon GoldbaumSan Luis Roy Cal For Wolfe Rdintinguiflhod lawyer and states ern states and had earned such a reputn sale by John M Rose man of the city of Louisville who after tlon thnt he wns engaged by n big Ken representing Jefleraon county with great Mks rWttnter When von stood on tucky stable to go cast In 1870 his Ability both in tho senate and lower tlu- iriul if Niagara and lookd into grandmother urged him to abandon the lio hLcthii- - Miiriny uiuitthoinublj kouac wns defeated for congress in race track and go to school Ho tock her Kptlui below did you not fool that you 15G3 as Collins tersely ami significantly advice and never again faced n starter would hlv tn jump in pays by federal bayonets He died Mv Tourir No I hadnt received After three years spent in school ho enin 1805 aged fifty four years Wolfe my hotel hill then N Y Weekly tered a law ofiico in Topekn and stuck county is situatod in tho central eastern to the legal profession until elected to Buy your writing paper at this office put its mark nt the topmost part of the state on tho waters of lied congress two quires for only 15 cents it is the river a continent of tho Kentucky which best Youll like it I have ridden somo of tho fastest pinnacle of country journal runs from east to west through tho conn races in the west ho said to n Wash If thou wouldst make tho best advant ty while tho north fork of tho Kentucky ington Post reporter For ono I rode age of the muses either by reading to ism ami week after week lias river forms its southern boundary It is the celebrated westorn racer Little Ca Â¬ benefit thyself or by writing to benefit others keep a peaceful soul in a temperate labored to reach the goal of bounded on the north and east by Mor- sino probably tho fastest and certainly body The muses starve in a cooks shop gan on tho southeast by Breathitt on the best known horse in tho west Then and a lawyers study Quartos How thorough Â¬ its ambition the south by Lee and on tho west by I rode Tililen probably tho fastest half Powell county The area of Wolfe is 3 ly it has accomplished that 1 mile horso in tho United States and estimated at about one hundred and Mcecher the famous two mile horse Ono seventy square miles In addition to tho of task is told in the hundreds the fastest quarter mile horses in tho Kentucky and Hod rivers Wolfo is west was Hob Ridley and nobody but I of tributes paid it by the press watered by the following considerable could All Indorse tho tide him While he could easily of the country and the warm Â¬ creeks Gil more Lucy Stillwater Swift pass anything on the track he had an Parched Corn Chimney Top Upper and ugly habit of throwing back his ears and hearted testimonials received Lower Devil and Holly Tho configurabalking I carefully studied all his For Bnbios as Woll ns Old Folks tion of tho county is generally hilly and by it from friends in all lands habits and in a big race that was to bo I am glad to say that the lOlcclropnNe unbroken with considerable rich level I fixed things so that Bob has cured me of rheumatism ami illness run one day land along tho river and creek bottoms The English damsel in Dev- Â¬ would win whether ho wanted to or not the result of typhoid fever as well as Tho chief agricultural products am corn I got me a pair of spurs with lowels an catarrh Have used it in the family onshire the New England wheat oats rye hay and Homo tobacco mother-in-la78 years old down inch long and sharp ns a needle To this from 4tnd cattle hog to the baby used it on tho baby while horses and mules aro formidable equipment I added a whale teething and it worked like a charm maiden of laine the sun clad rained to a limited extent The only bone whip that would cut through the For throat trouble we have never found towns of the county arc Campton tho lass of California the semi skin and so armed swung myself into anything to equal it Several of my county sent incorporated in 1870 and neighbors have them and are all weft the saddle and took my position Well pleased I can not say too much in ilazel Green ten miles cast of Campton tho word was given tropical creole of Louisiana and away wo went priiso of the Klectropoiso incorporated in 1X55 both small towns like a cyclone myself and Hob Ridley in iWU8 F ill CAMAHAX Verona Ky and last but not least our own Tho coal fields cover nearly four fifths of tho lead as I knew wo would be I was Brain Congestion and Vertigo Cured the county and embrace all the best sure of the heat if I could hold liob mountain pinks all- indeed With tho Electropoiso known varieties The Kentucky Union level but just at the critical moment I Sirs Last July I was taken with runs through the southwest corner of tho who con the contents of its saw him throw back his ears and I knew vertigo h congestion of tho smaller county for seven miles being ten miles blood vessels of the brain hyperaemia that tho next thing he would do would from tho county seat Wo have some THROUGH THE pages week after week sing I could not study everything I ate dis be to come down still on his two front agreed with me at last I ate no solid good roads but from omo defect in the feet and stop I didnt wait for him to food but even soups and liquid food the same sum of love Nor laws they aro not kept in good repair I was induced do it this time I just buried the rays did not agree with me Wolfo county has no turnpikes Loose ADVERTISING COLUMNS in ono nights is this all A French humor- of the rowel in his heaving sides fecthod to try the Electropoiso saw logs are run out of all tho principal time it had relieved the brain congestion him a cut with the whalebone that made and vertigo I began the next day to ist traveling in America at Â¬ Wo creeks by means of splash dams the blood spurt and Holland Ihhot under study I ato from that time what I bavo plenty of poplar oak walnut the wire easy winners He never tried pleaded and since then I have been a tracted by i perusal of its hickory and hemlock and a vast forest that trick on me again but I heard after comparatively well man of tho finest white pine Our agricultu- ward lliv Gno II Mkavs Covington Ky pages draws a pen picture of that ho had gono back to his old ral products aro corn wheat rye oats Praotical ns Woll as Theoretical habits Louisville Times and all varieties of vegetables The I am much pleased with my experi- Â¬ its multi merits in his own grasses best adapted to the soil of this ence with the Elcctropoise and believe Hiiwh TIiIn We oiler One Hundred Dollars Reward it in advance of any known remedy in language and thus it reaches county aro clover timothy red top and millet T think our methods of farming for any case of Catarrh that cannot be theory for the restoration of the normal condition of the system and its oflects every home in the vine clad nro improving ami everything has an cured by Halls Catarrh Cure in tne cine ot disease iia proved its F J CHUNKY oc CO Props air of thrift and enterprise Tho soil is efficacy practically and theoretically hills of France So popular Toledo O 1 W CliAKK M D Augusta Ky gradually impioviny in productiveness Wo the undersigned have known F J was the storv Jonathan and by turning under crops of weeds and ryo Cheney for the last 15 years and believe him perfectly honorable in all business Wo have had no immigra while green RE transactions and financially His Continent that it was tion in tho past two years but thero has out any obligation made by able to carry their linn been a gradual increase in population West Truux Wholesale Druggists translated into every tongue Tho only additions to our mill and man Toledo O 509 Fourth Avenue Louisville Ky Walding i ufacturing interests have been several Druggists Kiunan Marvin Wholcsalo spoken by man Hence from Toledo O steam saw mills Fully one fourth of 1 lulls Catarrh Cure is taken internally hemisphere to hemisphere and our original forests remains but no effort acting directly upon the blood and mu has been made to protect or renew it cous surfaces of the system lrice t7Gc o from pole to pole There is n growing disposition with our per uottie toolcl by all Druggists i ostimonials free farmers to use improved field and gardeu gyyf wtanNM qp 11 eeeds G Swanoo DID IT HIMSELF The county has a population of 7181 A Hotul Chirk loiiiul Clttoi ofurinori anil Tt is situated in tho Tenth congressional r7WlALD of Green is i household F tho Suit UoIiImmI Sovonth appellate Twenty third judicial Ollicors Mills and Wiloko found Fred and Thirty fourth senatorial districts word Thus it is also a ne- Â¬ In the late congressional election it cast Lanipman night clork at tho Hotel Ar- Â¬ 75 s3C- lington Findlay bound and gagged G7G votes for tho Democratic candidate cessity to the wide awake bus- Â¬ in tho alloy in tho rear of tho hotel and 408 for the Republican When released it was found that he was Opera House Block iness man and all who desire lfioTi Pounds of tobacco unconscious from thoellects of chloroTons of liny 108 to tickle trade form contained on a rag on the inside they may of corn 1280050 Bushels KY of the bandage around his mouth When Bushols of wheat till their cotters with cash tho inmates of tho hotel woro aroused it Bushels of oats 8228 was discovered that tho safe had been 8SU have their advertisements dis- Â¬ Acres of wheat opened and 200 in money and a gold 28080 Acres of corn A new and carofully select- Â¬ watch stolen Tho cash register in tiio played in its columns from 1990 Acres of meadow bar room had also been opened and re- ed Stock of tho Acres of woodland 64888 time to time AVc might go 20 Acres of tobacco - lieved of about hotel While removing M44Mt4tO44464O046494 tho o Ulcers saw a Legal votors 1M3 Lanipman to tho man run from a rear door and jump into 108801 Number of acres in county w 171 u buggy standing on a side street and Jl 15 Value per acre drivo oil Several shots woro fired at tho on and toll of other qualities 11510 18 Expenditures over rovonuo Â¬ - snufoix copPKi Editor ConKreMiiiHii OurtU of Italian 1Ih Ulri In Mnnjr n Hot ltaao ln us a pint of cream Mnld No use mum creum Did ho say so MistressTell tho milkman to bring Ho hasnt nny AT THE TOP Still Climbing aCRALD Â¬ THE HERALD Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Ladies Ministers and Physicians ic l MDei for the fa11 Â¬ ELECTR0P01SE YfVYH w - Â¬ SHERALD Â¬ AFthaT UP fHMWr I Â¬ ADD DuBois Webb 1 Â¬ wiimr - immM IIBfi L 9WM44 h- 4MWy44yQ44444 i swm a m - THE HERALD ILacl STORE 1 Â¬ rr9 LEXINGTON H T tfV i4F that A Â¬ ER4Ld -- Campton Daysboro Flat Postofilces Gillmore Hazel Green Lano Leo City Shockoy Spradling Stillwator Toliver Torrent Vortex Commissioner Agriculture McDowells ltcport Â¬ Au Aiiiorloiui Mlultitur Arrontoil A Mexican cablegram to tho Now York Herald saya that advices received at is tho finest puro whito So Clean soap evor introduced here It is bettor 121 and 123 Second Street Word comes from all quarters that the than Cashmoro ftoquot for the toilot superior to Ivory for flno laundry and PORTSMOUTH O neatest and most satisfactory dye for ahead of Sapolio for tho kitchen One black U eako 10o 2 for 15c 4 for 25c Sold at coloring tho beard a brown or Tho trtulo of Kustora Kentucky is mot thin oilico only respectfully solicited Buckinghams Dyo for the whiskers Buenos Ayres Argentina Juno 10 by mail from the Heralds correspondent in Rio Janeiro Brazil report tho nrrest of Missionary Tilly nn American Mothodist preachor Tho charge against him is sympathy for tho robols retreating carriage but without eflbot Tho doctors succeeded in restoring Lanip man to consciousness and a fow minute lator Dotectivo Hemphill succeeded in getting him to confess that tho robbery had been planned and executed by him Â¬ self and Win Weiglo a young man Wclglo was at onco arrested and both young men wcro placed in jail Tho shamming unconsciousness on tho part of Lanipman was a most successful a Hair as tho attending physicians woro com Â¬ pletely taken in by it Â¬ and at prices that defy compeit possesses but modesty for- Â¬ tition tfCome and see us bids Sullicc to say it is to Respectfully nowspaperdom what Domixo Mrs MAGGIE HOWARD Â¬ LATEST STYLES 0frfrfr JftWAREOVER2l00a HEVjv ft fUgu Ai0 AmaDAJ W W FYVIE VARNER CO is 13 to the turf world King KKIMlKSKNTtXO RE OF ITS CLASS SANFORD wholesale dealers in A few more subscriptions will bo taken at a year and a limited number of advertise- Â¬ ments at reason able- rates - f SPENOER COOPER j Hazel Green Ky 4 i h- - ft Ipt Jul AkXljAJn dk j ijhL Js Ztdi jj AS I lli Kmr- - nnr i Wljilj v 7T WW fcV rs ri a S i iSiSJ r ivr W I IIIIIIHIIIMIHII TO BLOW UP THE CAPITOL BB r f S x ft- - A 1 h I J r iijt Expo uiro of An Allegd 1lot of Ann roh lata Led lly Ilonoro Inxnon A Washington newspaper last week nnnomiccd tliat it would publish an exposure of a plot which hail for its object the destruction of the capital and perhaps other gnrcrntueiit buildings which had been qlowly developing for several weeks Tho secret service and police authorities however have been kept informed of the movements of the plotters and would have been enabled to thwart them bad their machinations approached actual violence Once only says the newspaper about three weeks ago when the channel nf information wa unexpectedly interrupt ed were the federal and dUtiiet authori- Â¬ ties really alarmed They did not know at what moment an attempt might be made to explode bomln in the capitol Therefore as we have said the treasury building the white house government before it must bo the bad laws enacted and the navy building Hut as the days passed and nothing was done the author- Â¬ during Republican misrule Unit are re ities who had redoubled the vigilante sponsible for these sad times and the is restored the line of communication with Republican party and should be held the nest of anarchists and were able responsible therefor and not the Dem Hut we all knew that it is Again to shadow every conspirator aiid cratio parly to keep fully informed of anarchistic the tendency of a great many people to hold responsible the party in power for movements both here and elsewhere and everything According to the story the plot was the existence of anything incumbency of that party formed at the time Coxeys army was during the With these things staring us in tho face marching to the capital and reports of its existence reached Washington from it is the dut of the Democratic party to Â¬ various points Omaha Chicago and becareful harmonious and fair in everything they do When the Democrats of The prime Pittsburg among them in dele mover in the anarchistic plot that is this congressional district meet gate convention at Campton on July 10 the Washington end of it was Honore Jaxson lie went to Washington from the success of our party and its candi date should be uppermost in every dele- Â¬ Chicago and is still in that city In Chicago he had been a disturber for gates mind They should do nothing would give anyone an excuse to years At the time of the Haymarkct that oppose tlie Tiominee of the party riot he nanowly escaped being arrested They should act in harmony bo fair n principal conspirator and was shad owed by the detectives for a long time with eacli and every candidate and nomi jMjssible one who after that most memorable ufliiir Jaxson nate the strongest man is the choice of the people and can com is a half breed Indian of unknown tribal Let there origin He was one of Louis Koils lieu- mand the full party strength be no bickerings or chicanery no undue tenants in the Canadian rebellion some advantages taken to nominate or defeat years ago do if The informant in the case has kept in any candidate This they must they would have the nominee of the touch with the conspirators and given convention elected in Novembe- r- Sen- the police the names of those engaged in tinoT Democrat the plot together with other facts Tut Mil In lust Ton StcoimIh These have been communicated to the Our citizens to the number of two or officials of other cities and they will three hundred gather d on the burnt probably act upon the strength of the disliicl hMC on last Monday afternoon information thus given at two oclock to witness the exhibition The fact that the anarchists have com- Â¬ made by the Cincinnati Tin and Japan mitted no act in Washington upon which Kiie Extinguisher Co The test was personal supervision of under they could be convicted has prevented given Herman the Wells president of the B Mr their arrest Their meetings have been company ol Cincinnati and Mr W V I heir experiments Snyder small and secret the local agent of fJeorgetown Ohio and was satisfactory in ewr with chemicalb have been such that it -i t clearly demonstrating tin Stun could hardly be proved that they intend pie Extinguisher to be one of the best They methods et devised or invented lor the to resort to extreme measure In fact all controlling of lire have wiitten no letteri A tincture of pine boards was built along they have waited for something to somethinjr which would give and alter being thoroughly saturated happen with coal nil a match was apnlied The them an nppoituuity to carry out the extinguisher was then turned on and tin scheme of violence fiie put out in about ten seconds All Jaxsons headquarter- was tho resi- wh wit ne ed the tcd were thoroughly dence of a Fifiichmau named bavant satisfied that the Stemplo will do all and more than is claimed tor it The bead The conspirators met there and at other quarters of the company are S 12 Cor places and about tluee weeks ago the tvriiiiiuii now nilill 01 llliuilliinu meetings became so frequent and so f Winchester Ohio Herald Si nxrnu CooiMn Hazel Green ky many strange men came and went that Agent for Wolfe and Morgan counties the officers felt they weie losing tlmir A Wheeling W Vn Iliini grasp of the situation There was danger The nomination of Christian A Seha tho climax might come at anytime that bo surveyor of customs at and great alarm was felt The capjtol efer tWheeling W Va today is a partial officers including tho speaker of the iclory for Representative John O Pen houseand the treasury officials including dleton Senator Camden some time ag Secretary Carlisle felt very uneasy iccoinmeuded Robeit Simpoon JllCSH Ioi- SI OOO and Pendleton recommended Mr The Weekly Couiier Journal has an Schaefer Then began a local pressure nounced another of its popular guessing contests taking the temperature at Lou on Camden indicating that the local isville during the month of August as Democratic seutiincnt was strongly in the basis Ono thousand dollars in cash favor of Schaefer The senator last week will bo given free as presents to the new or old renewing subscribers who triads withdrew Simpson and indorsed Pendle tho hottest day at lxiuisville during tons man The case has been in contro August and give the closest guess to the versy for a month or more and to end highest temperature the weather bureau the agony the senator acquiesced in the thermometer will reach on that day The representatives selection subscription price of the Weekly Courier you lo you want tlio hest rolls Each guess must a vear Journal is Do uiuit the test lour bo accompanied by one yearly subset ip If you 00 bring your wool ami wheat to tion No newspaper published in the Mavtown ami yon will not the bct Mill United tjtatia has been so lilcral to its and machiucH running every day Maytowv Mill Co subscribers or has oflered such liberal prizes to secure new subscribers as the Our KeiilHkiux Courier Journal During the past 18 Attorney General Olney has instructed months it has given away in presents absolutely free 17 100 in money not to acting United States District Attorney mention such premium articles as sewing Piatt of the southern district of Now machines watches guns etc This in York to instituto suit in that district tpito of the business depression that is before United States District Judgo Walfelt as much more in newspaper offices than in any other business Tho Weekly lace against the North American com- Â¬ Courier Journal has just announced the mercial company to recover 132000 for lucky puessers in its May rainfall con- last years rent and premium on sealskins test There were 222 of theso guessers duo the government from tho company distributed over tho states of Alabama Arkansas Kentucky Texas Tennessee This action was taken by mutual consent Mississippi Indiana Virginia Missouri of tho contending parties Louisiana Illinois Iowa Ohio Pennsyl Tho worst blood diseases aro cured Nebraska Indian Territory vania Michigan South Carolina South Dakota with Ayers Sarsaparilla Its effects aro West Virginia New York California felt at on co Florida Washington and Oklahoma No Hence when aantomists discourso how better indicator of tho circulation of tho Weekly Courier Journal could be had like brute organs aro to ours they grant than this list Sample conies of the if higher powers think fit a beur might paper witu inn uciansauu uiiiiikh may soon be made a wit and that for Any be nail by rtcndin a request on a postal thing in nature pigs might squeak Jove- card Add ret Weekly Courier Journal Louisville Ky Contest closes July 31 odes dogs bark satire Prior Â¬ Â¬ Harmony tho Svntoltwnrtl Unjust though it is thcro hangs nt this time a cloud over tho Dcmoctatic party There reigns in the minds of eomo people u distrust of tho party in The disas- Â¬ power What causes this trous times the failure of tlio laboring man to get work so that he can got money with which to buy food to keep the wolf from his door the low price and slow demand for the product of the farmer and manufacturer the dull times with the merchants nud mechanic All these things exist and to a great extent the Democratic party is unjustly held responsible for the unfortunate state of affairs that now confronts the people of this country notwithstanding the fact that the paity is not responsible for a single law on the stattite books and that these hard times were on us before our party took charge of the affiiirs of the Civil Sorvlco KxnmliinttniiR The schedule of examinations to ho conducted in tho various states by tho United States civil scrvico commisdon during the next six months has been completed Among the places to bo vis ited arc Knoxvillc Tennand Charleston West Virginia Examinations for the railway mail service will occur at Cincinnati Ohio Â¬ WHHIUHHMMMH GEORGE W ROBINSON tCMMMMMMMMIMMIMMHUI ommwvm CAMPTON DEALKIl IN KENTUCKY October 10 Cleveland Ohio October 3 Columbus Ohio September 12 Indian apolis Ind September M Â¬ the Latlles of Wolfe and tlio Riirroandlnp eonntrv to cnll and sen tlio linndsomo line of SlMMtilt DKESS 00018 ho lias just received including all the iasliioaablo fabrics ami Paris patterns and prints besides an endless variety ol Notions iuclmllnir all of tlio latest styles in Lifes Ribbons vto to No also carries a largo lino of cheap medium ami high grade is 1 hich ho P L Reese at Mt Sterling is headquarters in Kentucky for sowing ma Lw chines and supplies Write him for Â¬ Â¬ selling ar lower prices than anybody Purchase of him ami save money Z bottom prices You can relieve that headacho you have by buying a box of Megrimine at Tin I iVuald office It will only cost fiO cents and is sold on a positivo guar- Â¬ J TAYLOR Largest Stock - DAY Lowest Prices antee horse power potable saw mill complete and If needed a good corn mill all in complete order Price and terms reasonable For particulars address May town Mill Co May town Ky A first class 125 Dealer in General Merchandise on a Cash Basis THE GRAND TWO Gained Mfew 33 Pounds In a months Cured after being io years an invalid Rockland Mrs Emma Patterson Pa I bad been an Invalid writes Dr Fcnucr 10 yours with backaebe headache and n goncinl running down I took 2 bottles of your Kidney and llaekueho Cute 1 bottle of your Capitol Ulttcts and 1 box of your lllood and Liver Pills In 2 mouths That cured mo and I gained U3 lbs SEND FIFTY CENTS rOR A TRIAL 1 J 4 DR FENNERS Kidney and Backache Cure MONTHS TO THE UBBCRIPTION EAGLE DRENNON This premium saddle stallion will make theseahon of lfelll at thu stablu of W T Â¬ Â¬ le-pi- - i Swaugo in Hazel Green Ky at tl to IN SlHB A LIVING COLT money tluu when A colt is foaled or mare is parted with with lien on colt until paid Cures all diseases of the kidneysbladder KAGLK DRKNNON is eight years old urinary passages Female Weaknesses Bed Wetting m children Dropsy Heart this spring nearly Id luuids high heautiliil Disease Rheumatism Skin and lllood mane and tail plenty ol style and stamina by the Diseases Swelled Limbs Bnghts Dis- Â¬ bytiircd gicat taninus Hlue leans sire Ut dam of tho the pacer John Nosluy ease Impotency etc dam or Maggie 1 222 2d dam by Adams Satisfaction guaranteed Sample free Kxpress a noted middle horse hi dam by Dr Fennera Poliuts cure Hkk Hcadacbes Hlasluim Ith dam by Coppeibottoni Kagle Coustlnatlon etc Tlio bc a Family 1byslc Drennoii is a liall brother to ltoseoe sold tor 1800 mid eight more that sold for 1000 or Dr Fenucis German Eyo Salvo cures more IMuo Jeans hoiscs have for several Foro Eyes Cracked JpslllcaSkln Eruptions vears sold higher than any Hiddle horses in Kagle Drennoii can show what lventiicly Dr Fennors Cough Honey Itolleves any courIi asthma ote In an hour lie is for himself His colts Middle Irom Dr Fenners Golden Relief A specific any class of mines Any marc that can out He took two In any lnllaimnatlon Helloves burns tooth Â¬ nick or Hot him bred free ache neuralgia rheumatism or any pain In blue ribbons at the Ilacl Gieen lair last I toto minutes Cures colic dyspopsladysen taryand llux also bronchitis and consump- Â¬ year tion Ono doso cures LaGrlppo For sale hv John M Hose ami Mrs Lui Day Htiel Jieen Ky Tills line young stallion will also make the season of IMI at the same place nt r to r Kl T3 L m lNMIL money due when colt is foaled or fA3CL9tj mart is paited with with lieu on eolt until WwMj TkWWl Nl heiiMHi uionej is iiul Here is the ciial of any eolt in Kentucky Kij hands high jeaiH old the 7th ol May bright bay with cood mane and the grand cAVEATSJRADEMAKKs est tail oti eer aw due at nil the kiuIh Si red 1 Kiigle nienuoii he liy Hlue Jeans COPYRIGHTS first daihlUid by Lexington one ol tin best VAX I OUT IN A IATKNT For a Hird is the mines in Montgonieiy county prompt nnsnur iml mi Iionpot opinion wrlto to U l ill INN lim i unvilfty yours dam of two bine ribbon colts ami has nu irf ojpcrWiicoln tho patent Iiihimil Oomiiiunlca ed it mile in three minutes Second thini the tloiiBHrlctlj coiHKloiitlal A MuiiiIIhioIc of in cihhritid lit inn Wilkeifton biiddle untie lormntlon caneernlnir lnlentH ami how to ob- Â¬ tain thuai hi nt fiuo AUo a cntulohuu of inuclmn Reality is a peilect model in every respect Icnl mill Hclentlilo IiooIcb nont free ritents taken through M inn A Co recolvo jtfCOME AMD SEE THEWl t5 Bpoclnl notion In tho cloiitillc American und thtw nro tiroituht wldoly before tho public with Â¬ fixfA iromium of tt will be given lor the out com to thu Inventor Thla splonilhl piipnr best eolt of either hoise shown at tho Hnel IfsueU w eekl y clcimrit ly IIIiim rntort lm bv fur tho lurnent rirciiliitlnn of ntiy tuientlllc work In tho Uieeu lair in hsd worM bninpiu ooiiIph scat free ii ear RAY eVlQSS March 15 1601 JIulldiiiK Killtloti monthly tJMo unr Slnlo Kvery number contain beau copies 2r cent tltul plates In colors and photivrupis of new Great Renal Depurant DID IT Louisville Times ArTCRNOON THK BRiaHTCST AND PAPtn IN THE SOUTH IT Latest Market Quotations Latest State News All the Local News Complete Press Reports LARGEST CIRCULATION IN TOE SOUTH 30000 Or AND OVER DAILY 1 Jsoo Var by Mall 1 JNOi A HALDEMANBus MANascn 600 Fourth Avcnuc LOUISVILLE KENTUCI CY i Blue Grass Beauty rjy ASA-vfi- ajUUUiUU Oh 1 F A If AO iOSTRIOUS niM PT i -- a A FOR TSiE W 8 sv III I r III v I a I v Ar Aa t0 I m mie linrii nr tliil ilii iVJ hourHuorl iiiid ii iurelV liiliiir men In till tlit sltirt j Yin iiKti a y I A- - i ae or rV nv Wfliiuettmi h1 h0 wotk Jr s llc tn liiiornll and cm be done m your on locnl R f Pt n icsult or n few rN at whlela thllltf lllllcult ttf l Ml st v JiotivM with plaiw uimblliiff imtlriori to ntiow tho Litem leslcfim mid yecure cinitrnots Aililresn MUNN A CO- - MKW YOltU IWI lillUADWAY The Young Spanish Jack U criimot U with not - mi l Uulai luink lit Â¬ I D1NUFELDEU WITH I SUM iiiccc In life to witlieiii lair employ yoara v r uv u r it Vou T d NoeiiplfilneciHsnr We lit you out wiiiiUMliat In new sollil and Hiire A to all lid your- rfvl f v t I niiuuu iur ti io uiiy iioi to morrow OHllV- udr owe l11 efiiinlK u uvnlcMtviicortk of vv and nil l funhtloiiii that will 1 thlr while in JIIU r tlu aiartont w5 fp - Jov - JJJiPilJIflFtOflHB Importers and Jobbers ol DRY Xos fi37 AUCUSTA 40 fWAiNE Â¬ GOODS Ollil AND 641- NOTIONS and KY Â¬ Â¬ West Main Street LOUISVILLE JUL HO WARD STAMPER ArrOllNIIY-AT-LA- W 1 Â¬ This iremhim lack will make tho season OAMPTON KY of 1811 at my Mahlo in Hazel Green Ky at Will jiraetlco in the eourts of Wolie and the S6 TO INSURE A LIVING COLT adjoining counties All biiKinehs entriiHted money due Alien colt is foaled or mare is to oiireare will receive prompt attention parted with for which a lieu will he retain ed on eolt until season money is pniil Hohco will be I years old in June Ho ix black perfect in form and Iiiih to be He was Hired bv xeeti to be appreciated KnglishH imported Jack th it he paid 1100 DKAIKU IN for his dam Mack Itet wax ulred by Old Aleck HowcIIh famous lack that he re Hardware iron and Steel fiiHcd lC00for lie by old Jlourbon WilkcH lECSCO J wmns W w w0Lw L-x iJ m f BlElVL9 atF T MILLER LEXINGTON KY re m Jr PUREST AND BEST Â¬ J H PIERATT and Sale Stable 78rDoublo and Single Rigs ami Saddle HorhUH for hire Parties convey ed to any point on reason teruiM Â¬ Care will be taken to prevent accidents but I will not bo rcponnble should they occur MareH from u dtnlaniit will In L m on reasonable terms LESS THAM HALF THE PRICE OF OTHER BRANDS HALVtS Â¬ Livery Feed April W T SWANCO 18U1 POUNDS20 10 QUARTERN HAZEL GREEN KY FOR SOLD 0 IN CANS ONLY WITH fe PMN1ING CATAltUll1Ki iill illJ f UDOE ASIOfl DAVIS WJiST LIBERTY KY Â¬ able M- - will also attend to all cnlln for auctioneering and Knlicit biiHinesu of this kind itespcctfully Ac JOHN II riEUATT irt r i iAnvillili Bettman Bros MANUFACTURERS OH Co CL0THIK8 THE HERALD OFFICE WriHt HAZIL GKKKN KY The trade of LHutern Kentucky Nraluutta n lwirl 8trt CnOiyHAStW o jv j iftiLW3 W 9C j ti IPBKOBR COOPER structions sufficient to insuro him tho nomination with but little Editor contest HUSBAND AND WIFE BILL i ii immimmmWitfy Q imUlmlmhi IVVEUbw aHaaflaDBS akj ikTlifl vKjXlj BH H9nh If a K r The 1renent Law Contributed With tho Old Ono Tho following contrast of tho relative Thit much talkod of tariff bill rights of husband and wife under tho still hangs flro in tho sonato and old and new law on tho subject presents again it is announced that it will tho matter in a clear light It used to be the saying that a man in roach its final passage not lator marrying a woman married her property than Saturday of this wook and her debts but it doesnt go now for county ho marries neither If a fow Montgomery w Thursday R 3 HAZEL GREEN June o by Wolfo Under the old law during tho Hfo of 28 1894 county jurios it would havo a salu Â¬ tho wifo the husband could rent out her tary ofToct on tho morals of that proporty and collect the rents By tho KY murdorors woro triod o o Tho murdor of Goorgo Alexander by English Andoraon in Montgom- Â¬ ery county on Saturday ovoning last was ono of tho most horribly cold bloodod that wo ovor road of and shows to what oxtont an un- Â¬ controllable tompor and ovorboar ing disposition vill load a man When tho nows roachod this placo whoro George Aloxandor was woll and favorably known tho univer- Â¬ sal son timont expressed is host told in this ono torm Andoraon should hiivo boon hung without judgo or And taking jury or loss of timo tho ovidonco boforo tho coronors jury which wo roproduco olsowhoro it doos look as if ho should havo boon summarily swung ofl But is that boing tho genoral opinion rich and of influential family ho will oscapo tho punishment his Even though Prof Mc new law ho is prevented from doing this o o Garvey doos rofor to tho mountain o they Under the old law the wife had no podplo as half barbarians can teach their bluegrass brothron personal estate this all going to the hus a propor rospect for the law of tho band Now sho retains and has tho legal right to dispose of it without conland sidering him at all in the matter county AN EVENING Â¬ Â¬ WITH OUR EXCHANGES o o u Under tho old law tho married woman could make no contract that would be Frankfort Capital Not the least of binding herself except as to her separate the troubles brought upon tho country estate and in all cases when she sued or and Democracy by the pernicious inacwas sued her husband had to be made a tivity of the present congress is tho can party to the action Sho can now make didacy of Jolly Evans Hoylc and other contracts suo and be sued in her name who like the hope in IT WAS HAD KX0UG1I niSFORi Â¬ Â¬ Republicans breast spring eternal their o o o 8AM TALKS STRAIGHT piI B r h B It B a bVfe VU rr t- K If black whirlwind was not proporly AFTPR MANUFACTORIES riddon but it nowdovolops that ho That WinWinchester Democrat was lame and sinco tho race has chester possesses suporior advantages for boon too soro to loavo his stable A man Capital alone walked into tho penitoutiarv vesterdav and handed to Clerk Stone the papers committing J H Alexander of Grant county to tho prison for two years for manslaughter Wheres your man asked Mr Stone Im tho man was tho reply and as Mr Stone was a little dumb from surprise for a while Alex under went on to explain that he had left tho sheriff up town and came on down to get to work and servo out his culty that ho was saved from tho lime vongoanco of a mob hi sizns up tup In tho American derby ran at Pendleton Democratsituationminers Tho Chicago last Saturday distance strike is about over This is well both ono and a half miles Uey 151 Santi for the miners and operators Strikes shot won tho have never been beneficial to tlie miners Anita a 100 to 25000 purse and Domino the but on tho contrary they have boon unboaton king and hot favorito worsted nearly every time One man or a number of men havo tho perfect was last undor tho wire Tho wiu right to stop work if thoy choose but nor is tho proporty of Lucky Bald Â¬ this does not give them tho right to use win tho California millionaire force in keeping other men from work or who asido from tho purso won 20 to destroy property As soon as they 000 ho having bet 500 to 20000 become violators and law breakers they on tho ovont lie hardly thought lose tho sympathy of tho whole people is right thoy should otherwise his colt could win but could not and it would reign all over this counanarchy refrain from risking 500 at such try This is a lesson that lawless miners odds Prominont turfmon say tho and others would do well to learn him was unknown to oithor prefect or police President Carnot was attending tho international exhibi- Â¬ tion at Lyons and was on his way to tho theater whoro a gala per- Â¬ formance was to bo given in his honor whon tho assassin jumped into his carriage and dealt him his doath wound Ho was arrostod at once and it was with much dilli We wear no col- Â¬ Montgomery Times lar we are nobodys dog we are thor- Â¬ oughly converted to Democratic doctrine Wo will tell and by it wo will stand you every Saturday what we believe to bo true and in matters of news we are o o o having given the open to correction The only consideration the hus dastardly docd so richly dosorvos nows a it was given to us In matters band is given by the new that is act that in Monoy influonco nor anything olso political we are prepared to hack all agreements of his wife to sell real every word wo write should savo him from tho hangÂ¬ estate his signature to the agreement is required This is the only catc in which mans haltor aid if tho pooplo of TUP OPPOSITION HAS LOST II HART con- Â¬ the husband is given a voice in his wifes Pendleton Democrat Of all the Montgomery county dont spoodily tests that havo been made in this county contracts Both parties have to sign and mote out tho measuro of justico Democratic ticket one of that her murdorors are so richly against theyear 1894 promises the be the acknowledge deeds conveying real estate as heretofore this good to o o entitled to sho will soon havo a least formidable The ticket nominated o vory unsavory namo abroad Tn by a combination of Alliance llepubli Under the old law a wifo could convey her real property for the payment of her long dood Bloody Broathitt kickers has less sinco roformed and redcemod will life less git up and less aggressiveness husbands debts This is precluded by bo suecoodod by Murderous Mont- Â¬ than any ticket heretofoie put up by the new act While placed practically on the same footing of a single woman Such at least is tho any party in the county gomery she is prohibited from becoming surety view the mountain pooplo express for her husband or any other peron thiy ari a hindrance unless property has been conveyed to her Louisville Post The cause of labor is M Sadi Carnot prosidont of tho is hindered by Kelly and for that express purpose helped o o French ropublio was fatally stabb Â¬ not Coxey it is o a free country con by This ed by a young Italian shortly after trolled by freo men Every cause Under the old law the wife by commis must 9 oclock Sunday ovoning and now address itself to tho intelligence not to sion of adultery forfeited her dower and lies doad is tho nows that was sent tho fears of our citizens The JCelly all interest in her husbands estate but ovor tho wires from Lyons early on movement has been unlawful in many no sin the husband could commit dis Monday morning That ho was a instances foolish at all times and utterly turbed his rights in her property By the new law the wife must both victim of tho dastard fnindsof tho without eflict on public opinion except the husband and live in adulteryabandon to forto a sense of danger and to red Hag of anarchy thoro can bo tho arouse it of checking lawlessness to feit her rights and if the husband is necessity no doubt though Gonzalv Santos guilty of similar acts he likewise forfeits all interests in her property tho young Italian who assassinated conviyii himshlk to vrison Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Another radical change is in regard to the husbands courtesy which means the estate which he has in his wifes lands after her death I3y the old law he was given a life estate in but one third of his reality Under the new law they are put on an equality in this respect cour- Â¬ tesy being reduced to the dower interest When in Lexington call on L G STRAUS Leading Clothiers who carry a larger line of CLOTHING and sell for less money than any house in the bluegrass capital A Watch free with every purchase of 5 or over Â¬ Â¬ i Bill m m m ri a m u tllllrilt a m ifeic j t i i a a a a a aaoaaaaa iiiiiiiN J M Taiaii Traders Deposit Bank MT STERLING KY 30000 Capital 200000 SuniLUS G L KI UK PATRICK BIGSTAFF President H F Pieratt DEALERS IN Co W W THOMSON Vice President Cashier Â¬ We respect fully solicit the business of merchants tanners traders and business men generallv throughout Kastern Kentucky A general hanking business done Give us i chance to send you a bank book nay your checks and lonn vou nionev when in need W W Thompson Cash 3 Frankfort o o o PplipPQ ACADEMY OF THE VISITATION Under the old law a married woman unless she had separate estate could make no will except under a power conferred upon her by will or deed By the legislature which met immediately after the adoption of the new constitution the wife for the lirst timo in Kentucky was empowered to make a will disposing of her reality To this the last legislature added the power to will her personality so that now she is exactly on a fooling with her husband in the matter o o o HfrYOUHG Mt LADIES Â¬ j da a mm akk ii r r t r iuUlullliilllluUi Live Stock AND Whito Sulphur Adralrabilos Ky This institution under the direction of the Sisters of the Visitation V M is sit Â¬ uated in a healthy and beautiful local ty of the well known IJlue Grass Region Here the pupils enjoy the comfoits of home far removed franithe distractions of a city and can consequently with greater facility avail themselves of the advantages atlbrded of a thorough cnucation Terms rea nahle Music Cravon and Painting extra House is lieated by stenm apparatus For further particulars address Sisters of the Visitation B V M 1 Under the old law marriage was equiv Â¬ alent to a purchase by the husband of all personal property not settled on her as her separate estate By separate estate is meant a conveyance to the wife by will or deed some other form expressly prohibiting the husband from participating in or control of tho property By tho now law all that a woman had before marriage or acquires afterward is made her separate estate her husband having no control over it and his creditors being barred from subjecting it to their claims Â¬ LOUIS ST1X whomisam 5 CO UKAIKIIS IX Country r Ur0 IS NOTIONS Etc Third Race and Union Sts CINCINNATI O V Produce o o o Â¬ From tho host information tho Mt Sterling Advocate has it looks liko Joo Kondall will go to tho Campton convention with enough votes to nomiimto him It says ho has Floyd 0 j Knott 8 Martin 1 least 80 votes instructed for him out of the 78 and with second in bility go to tho oonvontion with at 8 Povoll8 Morgan 0 Monofoo 2 and Wolfo 8 making 81 votes in tho countioa heard from Ho will in all proba- Â¬ Johnson4 Magoffin manufacturing upon a largo soalo no ono can deny Our climate is healthful our water supply excollent and our railroad What is the mat facilities unsurpassed tor that wo havo no manufactories beyond flouring and planing mills Our people aro accustomed to two kinds of investment land and bank stocks and it seems impossible to divert them from these ruts At present wo admit thoro is not much encouragement in this lino But building materials and machinery aro so cheap that it would pay to got ready for tho good timo coming Wo aro going to harp on this string until Homebody tries his luck Â¬ Under tho old law tho husband became the absolute owner at her deith of all tfMTDONT FORGET THE PLACE the wifes personality which ho had not DRY GOODS by an exereiso of his right of ownership AXD reduced to possession and of all her No 1 Custom House Block chatties real which means her estate in NOTIONS lands less than a life estate Under the If you want new styles and the new law ho has no right to reduce her best goods at bottom prices HAZEL GREEN KY personality to possession during her life you can always find them them at and at hor death he becomes tho owner of only one half after the payment of hor a a a a debts Under the old law the wife if a a a aa a aaa a a a aaaaaaaaa aTaaiiaTaa a iiiiitajiiyijti thero were no children took half of tho 16 and 18 West Main Street husbands property after tho payment of his dobts on his death if there was no LEXINGTON KENTUCKY will If thero wero children of tho mar v HILLIPS riage sho took one third By will she WITH WM B LOGAN could bo cut out of any interest in the M CO personality but undor tho now law sho lOMIKIW IN Boolselfer takes a half interest in his personality Agricultural Implements regardless of will or children Ho has Hardware WINCHESTER KY tho samo interest in hor personality IKONTON O Mail orders promptly attended to anil both being on equal footing in tho mat your pntronago is Uehired Call whon in FINK JOll PKINTINO FOll ten Winchester Democrat CALL AT T11IS OFFICE tho city - We carry the goods that will suit your rade and our prices are TUB LOWBST Special attention given to mail orders CASSELL PRICES Â¬ J W KERR Dill ist 0 1 m - it K -- MMAUkhib ftsate -- JkJtJLr rwwvJtiEZ7 wFv t ft ANNOUNCEMENTS Democratic County Committee At ft meeting of ho Democratic Com- Â¬ mittee of Wolfo county held at tho court house in the town of Camp ton WOLFE COUNTY Lee City Local Born to tho wifo of James Patrick on Saturday a girl Roso Bros aro making soino improvements on their storehouse Our school trustees have lot tho job to improve our school house c Senator W H Taulbeo returned homo from Mt Sterling last Tuesday J M Dennis of Ezel was here a few days ago aftor tho feathery tribe Mason Jones of Morgan county was in town a few days ago on business Dr Ira G Profitt of Campton was here on professional business a few days last week John Buckhart of Morgan county visited his grandson J L Buckhart of this place last week Our friend A Porter Lacy is now at Hazel Green for a few days His many friends at this place hope ho will return Â¬ ijg HAZEL 53325 R lJ Wolfo county Kyon Tuesday June 2G JOSEPH 1894 tho following named delegates wero Kentucky selected by II F Pieratt county chairKn as a cnmlldute for Congress from the Tenth Congressional District subject to the action man to attend the Democratic congress- Â¬ ol the Deinoerntlc party ional convention for the Tenth congress For Congress GREEN ACADEMY d o SEPTEMBER 3 VVvnTr i0rWl aocc ntv Â¬ SESSION OF 1804 95 Â¬ wSvivwyjMd a to as candidate rulliT the For Sheriff for sherill county subject only to the will of people at the polls in November 194 nce SAM PAPER is all homo and if you want all lh0 fl00d tbIn9s H contains Hon should road overy articlo on each ot tho eight pages You will find all the SMBfcTHIS print V local nows that way villeto H 0 Quicksiill left Tuesday for Dan attend the state educational association Miss Minnie Dav loft Sntnnlnv frr n protracted visit to her cousin Miss Minnie Horton of Camargo Â¬ Mrs S R Perkins of this place lias our thanks for a mess each of extra fine potatoes and largo onions Charley Turner of Mt Sterling and Leslie Henry of West Liberty were guests of the Day House Tuesday Elder J T Picrntt will preach at Toms branch next Sunday morning at 1030 oclock and at 380 oclock in the afternoon Everybody invited Â¬ Seethe advertisement of Millcrsburg college and if you are seeking a place to educate your daughter write to the principal It is a splendid school f 2 s V Carrier and wife of West Liberty are attending the meeting at the Methodist church in this place and Mr Carrier is thought by our people to be a very fine pulpit orator Rev Mr w Emily Lacy of TVIonday for Mt Sterling visit relatives and friends She may extend her visit visit relatives out there Mrs this place left where she will for some time to Illinois and r Rev C F Heaverin of Augusta Ky will preach at Campion next Sunday morning at 11 oclock and Rev J W Doane will preach at the same place at night A cordial invitation extended to all Josh DeBusk started this morning to the Mt Sterling market with 300 spring chickens notwithstanding there is a big Methodist meeting in progress right here at home It shows that we raise plenty of them at any rate Miss Relic Salver who has been visit ing her brother and sisters in Magoilin county for ten days or two weeks re- Â¬ Â¬ turned to her home with Mr and Mrs W O Mize on Monday and says she had a most enjoyable visit Presiding Elder C F Oney aceompun panied by a young Mr Gardner of Mason county who is by the way an excellent musician with the pastor Rev Mr West and others is holding a meeting in the Methodist church at this place xr -1 - f r rfS- - - A l jv S- - Ji fts 8V Kft tti rr The Day House only largo hotel in town Has 20 rooms sample room good stable good water Will be sold cheap 2A acres of ground Address juul part pay on long time Day Hazel Green Ky Mrs Lou Inadvertently we last week failed to Davis have moved notice that Rose their black smithing ami wagon making plant to the shop recently vacated by Josh DoBusk where they will continue to do blacksmithing in all its branches Look out for their advertisement next week The illustrated bills for the Hazel Â¬ Green Fair Association which were furnished from this office have attracted universal attention in tlio mountains As they have been posted at many points throughout the territory likely to bo represented at our fair thoy will attract to it many people who might not other wise come Fon Svi n Â¬ I King Mt Sailing carry Samuels to the most complete line of drew goods the bo found in Eastern Kentucky and fashionable fabrics for lady who wishes for her summer wear should write them go samples and prices Or bettor still her own selec and see them and make for they tions The price will be right sell as low as anybody stabbed to Georgo Alexander who was near Mt death by English Anderson was Sterling on Saturday evening last residence of under contract to paint the and a wagon W 0 Mizo of this place Monday morning to was sent from here from the fetch him and his materials dope con Â¬ had atation Tho dead man town and was siderable work in this liked by all who met him ional district to be held at Campton July 10th 1894 to nominate a Democratic candidate for roncress towit J A Taulbee D S Godtey John Cox A F Ryrd J F Vacant S B Smith S S Cmlw T C Johnson C 0 Hanks J C Lykins G W Drake James II Swango 11 N Horton and II F Pieratt Paid delegates are instructed to cast the vote of Wolfo county in said convention for Hon Joseph M Kendall of Floyd county and use all honorable means to secure his nomination and said delegates are instructed to vote as a unit on all questions arising in said conven tion as a majority present may deter- Â¬ soon Dr W S Maddox informs us that John mine II F PIERATT Cluiiti Patrick on Johnson fork who has had a J M TESTER Secy pro tern very severe spell of sickness is almost Krister or tlio Inntl OIIU c well again So far not the slightest attention seems Long Jim Taulbee of Johuson fork to have been paid to the race for register had a stroke of paralysis in his right side of the laud office and in fact no candi a few days ago Dr W S Maddox was date has as yet been mentioned except called to see him Mr Swango who now holds the place Uunknown parties on Wednesday night This is one of the offices which usually last took Win Praters two mules from causes a lively scramble in the state con- Â¬ his stable and rode them onto White vention and as the nomination is made at Oak where they turned them loose Mr the foot of the list all sorts of trades and Prater got his mules combinations are made in connection with Town Marshal W E McPherson and it and it is a very difficult matter for a Clay Rose arrested Sanford Harris accandidate for the office no matter what cused of stealing J M Roses horse and his instructed vote to tell where he is running it oh and selling 1t They turn- Â¬ at The place usually by common cour ed him over to the authorities of Morgan tcsy goes to Eastern Kentucky as nearly county where the theft was committed all the business transacted in the depart Â¬ He was feasting upon the fruit in a mulment pertains to that section and as the berry tree two miles above town when back counties have not yet been heard arrested from there will probably be the same William Prater and three other men Courier Journal old fight next year arTested a man by the name of Kemp near Sam Henry Wilsons last Tuesday Would MuUo a Mocl l Otllotsr Sam Taulbee candidate for jailer of Kemp was accused of stealing saw logs Morgan county gave our office a pleasant at Cross Roads and threatened to put call Monday and in reply to our ques dynamite in saw logs near the saw mills tion as to how he is running said that he at Cros Roads On the head of Johnson Mr Taulbee submitted fork Kemp took to the brush and got is doing nicely his claims to a committee last week to away from the boys but they fired sev saywho should make the race and that eral shots at him Prater said by dod committee decided that he should run Kemp just run right over us and got One of the candidates agreed to abide by away And the decision but backed out before the DayHlioro Doings committee met He should be sat down John Amyx has returned from a busi upon and doubtless will be Sam Taul ness trip to Frenchburg bee is an honest man a good Democrat The Sunday school at this place still and would make Morgan county a model thrives and much interest is manifested Every Democrat in that county by both old and young officer should vote for him in the primary July Tho patronsof this district met on the 2S and every one who fails to do so will 23d inst for the purpose of considering do an honest man an injustice means for the improvement of the school house ISuI KvoluttoiiH Wm Taulbee has returned from MontOur Ezel correspondent sends us the following Berry Pieratt is home from gomery county and reports corn crops in Asa W Nickell is visiting in a much better condition than in the college Elder J A Howard mountain section Harrison county filled his appointment at Maytown last J S Amyx of Mervin Mo writes Saturday and Sunday He preached in that they are now harvesting wheat 12 there a grove had a large congregation The price of old wheat ranges additions two baptized He expects to from 35 to 40 cents per bushel The out begin a series of meetings at West Lib- look for flax is much belter than it has erty July 1st and will preach at Ezel been for years the seed being worth July 7 He will preach the funeral of from 1 to SI 25 per bushel and the William Hensleys wife on Upper Long yield per acre being almost as great as wheat Branch July 8 Mrs Clara Jackson neo Wilson and A IaiKo Iiiiulir Dealer husband had the misfortune to be thrown S F Russell who owns and operates a saw mill on Stillwater was a pleasant from a buggy Saturday by the mule Mr taking fright at an umbrella and run visitor to our sanctum Tuesday Russell sawed much of the timber used ning away The vehicle was torn up in the construction of tho trestles and and the young brido sustained snne bridges along the Kentucky Union rail- facial injuries though not very serious road he having owned a mill at the time Still it was an unusual intervention of in that vicinity He was also the first Providence that saved them from instant U No person to ship a bill of lumber from death Torrent over the K U and at that time Iiuio LacoiiicH Success to Tjik HisitAM and shipped 250000 feet at intervals cut Horn on tho 20th inst to tho wifo of Mr Russell bought the Ambrose Swango G S Terrill a girl faun on Stillwater some years since hied on tho 21st inst a little child of ItiUtly to Train Your Morse The Hazel Green Fair association will Daniel Banks of croup William and Nathan Uollon aro visitput their track in first class condition at ing friends on Red river onco and be prepared in a few days to Tho farmers aro very busy plowing train hoiscs for the public Ray Moss and hoeing corn this week who trained for J T Day last year will I cant write as much as tho Lee City have charge of the stable and training which is sufficient guarantee that atir writei can as business is dull here Mr and Mrs I C Miller paid JefiM faction will bo rendered The outlook Rose of Lacy creek a flying visit Sun for a good fair and fine sport this year is very flattering and tbere is overy reason day 17th Revs Wm Tyler of Campton and C to believe that it will bo better patron F Heaverin of Augusta of the M E ized than any yet held church preached at tho Hunting Fork A Itrim Now liocltu cliurch Sunday the 17th at 11 a m Dr Andy Nickell a recent graduate Rev II F Dunagan who represents of tho Kentucky School of Medicine tho Christian Union preached at Boly was in our office Tuesday to have his field schoolhouso on Sunday tho 17th paper changed from Louisville to Days Rov to a well behaved congregation boro as ho is stopping with his father-in-laof Campton was present Mason Jones who was with him on Ilobbs Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ 0T FIRST W Eastern Kentucky Matriculation Board TERM BEGINS MONDAY A complete Faculty that is in symnathv with tho educational Interest of W v Studies in all dcpnrtinonts of school work carried on EXlKN8KS KOIt TWKNTV WKKKB v n Iv Tuition Washing Music per lesson One half payable In advance Deduction for sickness protracted two weeks or more Free scholarships to one pupil from each of twuntv counties Enroll the first day and apply yourself and you will join with all in say Hazel Green Academy is the best and cheapest school in Eastorn K nut llfiLV H 00 40 00 10 00 4 00 35 1 6 Y t w7 UI r hjiiit tin t i r iiiiiuiiu r iu MC iiii i nuititii o Vi i WJtt CJOK3DI 55 ypsizyzsjrsifVjTsmjf AND LISTEN TO US Ptftnolpal 4 KEEP PERFECTLY STILL iifi THE GULDEN You must have poods and wo must have money We will guarantee a saving of 15 to i5 per cent to you on every pur chase from us We sell everything in the Dry Goods and Notion line Wo sell Carpets Oil Cloths and Window Â¬ Shades at CINCINNATI PRICES Â¬ tf Lexington and Mt Sterling prices not in it Wo innke Gents Clothing to or der at less than ready made prices We give elegant guaranteed To our customers Well give you the biggest inducements you ever got to to trade with us Try it this year V J t ME DRY GOODS 8T0KE W F IIILTON Koussialt Ky Juno Editor IIazki Gukkn IIkuaiI Doutli of MInh Jitter Proprietor 1 Ky - 1 Â¬ Laura Siillui 19 I WANT ALL Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ As I am a subscriber to your paper and have several kinsfolk and acquaint- Â¬ ance in Wolfe county I will ask you to print the following in your valuable paper Laura Uelle Sallee daughter of Nathan II Sallee died of heart dropsy Tune 17 1891 after being sick for about ten months She was 12 years 10 months and 2 days old She belonged to tho Methodist church and died in the full triumph of hor Savior She was beloved by all who knew her Her attending physicians were Drs John A Taulbee J H linker J F Cope and W Tipton Yours fraternally Nathan II Salmm Taken It Ilvo Vviiim ami Still WihiIh It O atms vi MK Your good butter and will pay 124 cents a pound for it Eggs 8VJo And when you want to gdt tho ajuBEST GOODS for the LEAST MONEY you will find that I can accommodate you In every have a large stock to eelco particular from and whether you buy or not I will bo pleased to see ou every time you come to Mini town Wishing your continued good will and patronage 1 remain yours to please JOHN jr ROSE V S Tunes are hard and I havent press ed you but Id like to have a little money now today if possible w E BARRINCER WITH Cartel iyBiili S Successors to Carter Hros Co Co Â¬ Tkxas Juno lJDfi Â¬ Mr Editor Please find enclosed 100 for Tin Hicham one year I have taken it live years 1 can not do without Tun llriiALn It gives mc all the nows from my dear old home Success to it and its many readers Respectfully Importers and Jobbers of BMW AND NOTIONS HS y LOUISVILLE KY Patronage of the mountain merchants is most respectfully solicited Mas 11 O Lykinb Â¬ Tho paper was started last week and we hope you will continue in tho future to enjoy it as well as you have in the Editor past Many thanks Â¬ HAZEL GREEN KY What limy Thlnlt Ot It Is the only merchant in Wolfo county who Elder J A Howard has our thankH for soils the celebrated three new yearly subscribers and with them tho following unsolicited testimonials Mrs Delila Long of Grassy Every Â¬ body should make Till Hicham a wel and he respectfully invites farmers to call and examine it before purchasing come visitor to thoir homes Misses Susie and Ella Murphy daugh Â¬ CO REN WILLIAMSON Murphy both yf whom are ters of L PATLKTTSKUUG KY teg- - Sole agents lor Northeastern Ken Â¬ schqol teachers say thoy would rather tucky read Tin Hiiiam than any paper pub- Â¬ lished Mr Chancy says Tin Hjkaii is a WHEN YOU WANT A WATCH splendid paper Everybody should take Or unything in tho it Jowolry lino lot mo Examine tho date after your name on know it I will fur- Â¬ tho margin of this paper and if behind nish you good8worfk send us lat once for which wo will bo the money mid YOU Â¬ J T DAY CIIILLED SOUTH BEND PLOW Â¬ it Â¬ Â¬ quite thankful Â¬ YVf FOH j will hnvo OUAUANTEB at homo whoro you can ubo it Rospoctfully u dims YoujiG won w THE JEWELER Ky EZEL Morgan County -- his visit to us Just as soon iw ho finds Quite a largo crowd from this place a suitablo location ho will swing his to tho breeze display his sheep attended the Methodist meeting at Good Â¬ of teaching Prices moderate shingle For catalogues or information write to skin for tho inspection of the skeptical wins chapel Sunday and thoy all report REV C POPE President and go to healing tho sick Success to a good time Lacy creek also furnished MILLEKSDUIIQ KY 1427 quite a crowd for tho same occasion iyou Audy Â¬ Shanghai Thin school now at the head of Colleges for YouiiK Ladles in koiuuckv oners tho best advantages to purontH wishing to cdu catc their daughters well Comfortable rooms good fare and tho best j HI oarpentek dh MAUPIN WITH i WHOLESALE DJtY GOODS NOTIONS BOOTS fcHOES CATLETHBUHO Kts fetfly Al f w t k A n PV L u V A s FELONS STRIPES n y li L commanded by tho burglar Neither did sho scream Sho gavo tho fellow a sharp push and told him to got out as quickly as possible As tho fellow started down tho stairway sho told him to move faster or she would hurl tho lamp sho carried at his head Tho bur rlar followed instructions and hurried out of a kitcfien door Miss Thomas followed locked tho door and then awakened tho family The burglar car- Â¬ ried away a few trinkets Many of tho citizens of IUinsville Cham Jnd are never without a bottle ofhouse Cough Remedy in tho Trlaina ay Jacob Brown tho leading morchant oftlw pine This remedy has proven of so much valuein for colds croup and children that few kfiow its worth are willing iStblrswho to do without it For sale by John M Wlmitn HcHtrneeil In Wcnr Them Is possible only when the blood is JPBMQIR OOOPR1 Five Yettrn nml a Hnlf Mltsr pure and vigorous To expel Serof Tho one time millionaire philanthroulii and other poisons from tho elr pist and capitalist was on tho 20th inst culntion tho superior mididuc is SEIZING SEALERS sentenced to SingtSIng by Judgo Ingra AYEUS Sarsaparllla It imparts AND All Vefcl Will be Warned Rernnllcsn ham of tho New York court of oyer and permanent strength and olllciency to ef the FlnKit They Fly terminer for five years and six months every organ of tho body Restora- Â¬ By tho latest reports from the Bering Ilia crimo was forgery in tho second tion to perfect health and strength Se itect brought to Tort Townscnd degree Mr Wiman who had walked W1iby tho steamer Queen it Is learned with a deputy from tho Tombs took his that thero is mora tlinn n possibility of seat at the counsels table one of his AYEUS Sarsaparilla Mary Schu international complications arising in bert Kansas City Ks writes sons on cither side before court opened regard to tho authority of our licet over Ho maintained a composed appearance I nut convinced tlint after having Iipoii sick a wliolo year from liver eom esaeln flying lings of other nations than Gen Tracy aroso immediately after itlniut Avers Sarnjmrilla saved my the United States and England court had been declared open and made life Tho bost physicians being unablo Commander Clark has given orders to a formal motion for a new trial on three to help me and havingw tried throe other proprietary medtines Itliont benefit I other commanders of United States ves grounds that tho verdict had been at last took A its Sarmparilla The Insurance may cover actual loss of goods burned bu rusult w as a eomplete cure Since then sels to board scalers of all nationalities contrary to the law that it was clearly I havo recommended this medicine to it docs not pav for time and trade lost while re establishing and inform them that their presence in against the evidence and that the judge others and alwavs with siucess business PREVENT THE FIRE WITH A STEMPEL Bering Sea is suspicious and to warn had misdirected the jury them not to kill seals jrTSPENGER COOPER Hazel Green Ky agent for Wolfe and To tho question if ho had anything to They aro to bo told that they can havo say why judgment should not be passed Morgan Counties JFCull and see tho Little Wonder a license to seal after the end of the upon him Mr Wiman mado no audible closed season if they will consent to havo reply Prepared ly Dr J C A yor Co Lowell Maw In passing fecntcnee Judge Ingra their arms scaled Should tho scaler dc ham said to the prisoner you will Cures clino this ofibr and afterward he caught For a long period you constantly 11 13 and 15 W Main Street scaling sho is to bo Bcizcd and scut to tho appropriated the money of your associ nearest telegraphic port with a prize ates You resorted to forgery to accomDP I crow and tho facts telegraphed to tho s plish your purpose Mr Dun trusted department of state Commander Clark AND KtlAIL WHOLESALE tVVmmWd you I can not consider the plea that JwMOWW has received reliablo information that mi illrfIlc lll11fct mill imlv Push Stored w thero was contributory negligence on Wo want your iraue aim urea in LcxiniMoii sealers flying tho flags of Norway and Duns part I am also asked to consider prepared to show you the greatest selection Germany havo cleared for Bering Sea oinoodsin the city One lurpe room ilethat you had the right to do what you voted to Shoes a seeond room is filled with If they enter tho sea they will surely bo did I can not believe that Every Dry Goods Notions etc while in the third eicd room we carry an immense stock of Gents letter and act of vours shows that you Furnishing Goods Hats ete To ascertain had no such right On the other hand ELECTROPOISE how many of the readers of this paper tlenlj tho jury has recommended clemency with us we will allow a discount ot o per I Two Month limit 9500 cent to any customer orinpmi this adverwish to give full force and cilect to that A limited number of instruments will tisement when tliev deal with us This of i I also wish to express fer irood for two mouths only Watch for bo rented at this nominal prico simply recommendation jilt mill olthllml iiSini v bYou can notnflbrd appreciation to tho jury for tho way as an advertisement O0XxXxJC t A O0 6d664646 09 6 V has never they performed their duty I nlso wish to miss this opportunity It diKzvrY been mado before and will not last long to consider your public services your JLf A UUUsVUJJUJMj Address Sco advertisement elsewhere 1 But sincerely age and your family tt44444M4M4644444M444o4t I DuBois Webb Louisville Ky wishing to make the punishment as light WITH REVOLVERS as I can I do not feel that I am justified in making it a nominal one to tho hands of nnv but reliable Two WenturiiurH Flhl ii Duel In ChiriiKo Mr Wiman showed little or no signs Over ti AVonmii people whon you aro looking for Bailoy Norris of Wyoming and George of agitation Let vour first entrv bo a resolution CLOTHING Wo are the largest N Sangers of Montana fought a duel HON C B HILL OF BEATTYVILLE not to buy until you lmvo seen us for house in Central Kentucky and ono morning last week at Summit 20 To tlio looite of tli Tenth Coiifreloiml miles out of Chicago Sangers was shot iniiko a speeiulty of 700 and 10 DUtrlet ot Kentucky through tho left shoulder while a bullet A condition of political allairs in this Suits With every suit for Men from his revolver plowed a furrow through district peculiar if not altogether wo give a guaranteed lover move Â¬ tho right cheek of Norris Tho men unique brought about by the withdrawal havo been enemies for some time because at this late dav of the lion M C Lisle ment dust proof WATCH AND your present representative of their mutual admiration for a woman Uliv fur I he imtiinin i ntlior opens the CHAIN fkke You will run no chance Things While Hull iisnirnnls aro what they seem in Bozomnn Mont They met in Chicago LuU yielding to the solicitations of the CO COX Thero will be no disappointments at the stock yards where they both bad Monocracy ot my own county and nu LEXINGTON KY in store for vou with cattle and a fight followed merous friends in various parts of the arrived and alio in which revolvers woro drawn but no district favorite embracing what appears to be a opportunity to execute a VICTOR BOGAGRT shots fired Friends separated thorn well known wish un my own part by MANAGER was arranged to fight uuVrim my services to the district I howover and it hereby announce mvselt a candidate for tho matter out in some quiet place The S7 N Broadway LEXINGTON KY 5 two men with two friends each went to congress subject to the action of tho Democratic party Summit on tho Chicago and Alton road 17 K Short Street Three months ago I was urged by 2HI and finding a lonely pot near the many leading Democrats to take this AVJtjV1 JWL KY i drainage- canal prepared to fight at 15 step and the pressure at home was especially strong but impelled by tho con f At the paces with ID caliber revolvers DEALER IN viction that the Democratic custom of tho pistols rang out and according a reuominatiun by way of en fire Diamonds Watches and Jewelry word e Norris was shot in the face At the sec Â¬ dorsement to a faithful representative Reliablo Goods Fair Dealing and i ond shot Sangers got it through the should not bo ignored in this ease I Bottom Prices All Goods and Work shoulder Although both men woro anx- Â¬ declined and dismissed all thought of Guaranteed entering tho contest Tho retirement ious to keep on tho fight was stopped from tho raee of the gentleman who was and tho quarrel patched up seeking this endorsement and whom I Mitchell Wagons Owonsboro Wagons could not get my consent to oppose with two little grandchildren who out caue removes the obstacle to my McConnick Binders and Alowers I havo are teething this hot summer weather candidacy and brings you face to face HAZEL GHEKN KY Whiteleys Solid Steel Binders and Mowers and aro troubled with bowel complaint with the duty which your citizenship N the only Inn in tho town which hua Â¬ fiSyftepairs kept in stock for McCormick Whiteloy and I give them Chamberlains Colic Chol imposes of choosing among a number of die tho juitly celebrated Dinrahoja liometly and it acts candidates who must come beforo you era and Champion Machinery Granger and Tiger Hay Rakes like a charm I earnestly recommend it on their merits and claim your support Avery and Malta Double Shovel Plows for children with bowol troubles 1 was on the score of personal fitness and trom the wholesale house of myself taken with a severe attack of fidelity to tho indestructible principles bloody ilux with cramps and pains in of Democracy my stomach one third of a bottle of this My duties and business experience icnicdy cured me Within twenty four ever since I arrived at the age oi twenty PORTSMOUTH OHIO hours I was out of bed and doing my one years have been in the line of public JBO When vou want the 1JKST footwear Mrs W Ii Dumujan lon ailniif within circumscribed limits it houowork nolly Aqua Hickman county Tenn For sale is true and I hae devoted no small give liini a call bu John M lloso of my time and energy asaiduousiy part to the thoughtful consideration of ques GOMIJS HOUSE THE BURGLAR OBEYED CAMPTON KY tions of public policy and popular inter Â¬ est with a view to intelligently discharg HOLLON rnoiiuirron J A Youiir rndy 1uts u Midnight Titruudo ing my duties as a citizen if nothing to FllKht more The putronairo of travel In public is When Miss Catherine Thomas the Within the short time that intervenes respectfully solicitedthe Table thecr best ami 11 The Farmers Friend daughtor of Nicholas Thomas between the piesent and the date of the every attention to the comfort of guestN a woll known brewer of Dayton 0 got county conventions 1 shall be driven by Mt Sterling Ivy North Maysville Street the exigencies of the case to limit my FLOYD 11YRD up tho other morning to ascertain the canvass onlv a few counties of thodis to Ciunpton Ky causo of a mufiled noiso in tho hallway trict and shall not bo able to see many As it is Springtime of course everyone will want to clean room sho was confronted of you in person and express my views ATTORNEY-AT-LAn- V leading to her bran- Â¬ on public questions in your presence house and must have by a burglar who woro a mask and Abstracts of title furniilieil collec T revolver in front of her face and I hope therefore that in performing tions made and prompt returns guMi iuiteed dished a tho sacred dutv that devolves nnon von Connected with the law firm of Wood fc Day Sho did not rotieat nor keep quiet as as citizens and voters you will act with Mt Sterling Ky in civil praetict KmiitHH LONG LIFE wSteifilFireEitiiiliir i Results from Using llisil SAVE YOUR HOUSE RELIABLE HANDY CHEAP SIMPLE Â¬ Sarsaparilla others cure AyeRs all Â¬ Â¬ BOMt Isii LEXiisraTOiSr V ky 0 w - -- - - 7z3rv7 I Â¬ 0 llt11 K- t v - v inrrn y3L Begin uM Rigni Carpets Curtains Rugs Oil Cloths Mattings Â¬ GRAVES HUGH HICKS flap CIOIII Jeweler Â¬ LEXINGTON WUslj Â¬ aar sMr w wr U StkkilidMlrd Ml Â¬ ARDWA RE QUE ENSWARE TINWARE And a Full Line of Agricultural Implements Â¬ John W Rose lv Shoes 0 P Tracy Co The Boots and Â¬ Queensware at Cut Throat Prices MANTELS ND GRATES Best and Cheapest Cook Stoves and Ranges on the Market Â¬ ld A Â¬ A New Carpet patriotic delibetation Respectfullv C 11 Benttyville Ky June 11 1S0 HltL T V 1 Camptou JOHNSON J II Hazel Giueu hWANUO or Matting Window Shades or House Furnishing Goods firstlnss Furniture Such as Bedroom Suits Cheap Bedstead Rockers Pianos Tho KenrsarKo Flat ensign and compass of the United Tho Organs Bureaus Tables Mattress and everything that vou i States warship Keamrge which was cull1 ffuVi ciiKcul0 can flncl in u House We have the lar- wrecked on Roncador reef some months unil ulstracts of title lurnlsheA on short g0St line of Carpets ill Eastern IvClltUcky aild 0U1 Flimitlivn ago wero formally presented to tho lllil v is the latest and at rock bottom prices Be sure to call nml United States government on tho 20th D MOORE see us inst The presentation took placo on tho U WITH floor of tho New York stock exchange CO BEN WILLIAMSON a vj iiII iv h v w m v If MlVrHlll BltaJ Captain Hussoy delivered an address ML c 8 formally presenting the fiag to tho gov- Â¬ CATLETTSnURG KY ernment It was accepted by Captain Solo nRcncy for South IJenil Plows Elinor of tho United States navy who mado a short speech It LOOKHART i TTm itSwq rVPT vw SHVdS at MASONIC TEMPLE i Hardware Cutlery J F PiU M mwi Mt Sterling Ky MT 1p m m i TV4 VI Jfattc TiiEHKRAiDollico era stationery than any other similar establishment in Eastern Kentucky and if you want printing of any kind this is the place to get it now has moroprin t D 3HW HHrXW EL KY TRIMBLE BROTHERS STERLING KY AW JULVJUJJ1ULj3j2 t i 9 tf - irlp I Then sho went out Whats tho matter with your misÂ¬ tress Ilctsy he nsked of tho maid I don know I declar marstor She went to Miss Plumes a little while dls evenln and sence sho got back pear like somethin on her min Imph humph Thats very often the case Clear tho things off as quick us you can then go to tho kitchen and stay till youre called Hear The beams played with tho yet green leaves of the locust trees which grow on either side of the long walk lead Â¬ CPYRIQHTl002BYBA 1PJtNCorTLCPT1JANy ing to the front gate Ameroi soon afterward came out and placing a roNTiNn are dead and can let him lnowwitli chair near his wife with his back to It is Indeed Was your father en- Â¬ out hurting their feelings some things the street said in a tone which did tirely in his ritfht mind think I shall not go near him al to sound entirely in Entirely and there isnt a doubt though I shall not go out of my way to not succeed trying unconcerned but what he believed the truth of what avoid him I rather look for him to offer Well Julia lots hear whats the he said He was devoted to our baby to hand me over the money legacy with- Â¬ difficulty and seemed as fond of Hannah as he out waiting the year the law allows Mr Amerson what was tho precise was of Sister Julia Is it possible to him Well Ive got a little other busi date of your fathers will which as I do anything do you think ness down town Ill go to that and learned this evening for tho tlrst time Not that I can see unless It ean be then move on back Hood day youve had proved In court From the window Dabney regarded shown that your father at the time of Apparently she was calm as If she executing1 the will was not of dispos- Â¬ him as he went on down the street had asked about a matter of Indiffer Â¬ ing memory or that the intluencu of Hannah Yes he soliloquized Wiley upon him was such as he was could not but prefer such a man to me ent concern that I dont not strong enough to resist but 1 doubt if he loved her as well noticed it know hennswered but It particularly Julia Neither of theMi could be estab For the sake of both I mean to do my lished I suppose the first certainly best to ferret out and bring to light was somewhere in tho summer four years ago not I dont doubt that brother had this villainy I was surprised So 1 guessed possession of the paper and either that you hadnt said anything about it CHAPTER V kept father from destroying it or made Toward sunset of that day Mrs at home him believe that it had been done Why you know I seldom speak of Wiley Amerson walked out for a visit It dates back to July ISM I no- Â¬ business matters here ticed That was- not long after your to Mrs Plume whose residence was That is true and I havent been in- Â¬ but a few rods off- - Then and there she marriage if I dont forget quiring or interesting myself about first heard of what had been done in Yes about a month them as you know In this matter Your father had acquired some real the matter of the will however I cannot but feel very much Is that so Mrs Plume she asked estate since then hadnt lie interest for two reasons first for the Yes lu bought another plantation turning yet more pale sake of your brother and his family 1 supposed you knew all about it on the river and the place beyond me who are cut off except an inconsider Thats lucky a far as it iroes Mrs Amerson Why I had no idea that Mr Amer able portion from the estate but Youll be entitled to your portion of chiefly because to my certain knowl I am sure them as they could not pass by sons father left any will that he at least my understanding edge your fatiier destroyed or tried to 1 the will For the rest Cullen He must have destroy and believed that he had de am sorry to say as it seems now you was that he had none stroyed the will made by him not long made it only shortly before dying No they say it dates back to about after Cullens marriage Well now Id like to know If when the time Mr lien was married a man has destroyed one will lie cant My dear Lord Why Im surprised Mr Amerson go to work and make another Doubtless Hut I heard your father never told you about it say more than once that he had never lTnable to endure in anothers pres ence the pain in her heart she rose and had but that one which he made when he was in a pet with Cullen for marry- Â¬ returned home I suppose that few things ean be ing Hannah He siniplj forgot what hed done more painful than the shame befalling Thats all thats in it You know how a married woman of honor whose native sensibilities have been kept weak he got in his mind towards tho strained by poor health and other last On I know nothing of that sort woiM-- misfortunes when she has dis the contrary your fathers understand Â¬ covered that the husband whom she has long known to be unworthy of her ing until within less than a day be- Â¬ fore his death seemed to me as clear is worsethnn she had been suspecting She had come of a family whose pride as ever it was I know also that after that temporary estrangement from in its honor though not boasting of it Cullen which ought never to have was known to all their acquaintance Main a time since her marriage had been he was intensely fond both of she let herself lapse into reflections him ami Hannah and of their child I never made known to them as to how know further Mr Amerson and I yi could have happened that neither think you do also that his wish and THAT 18 WHAT I WONT HAVE her father nor her brother had made his expectation were that Cullen should with the have half of his estate himself better havent much of a case As for youi iiutecedents of acquainted to whom What 1 know he said in sup the man father saying he had no will that while in pressed anger and whats the busi Â¬ their financial distress they would not amount to a revocation even had permitted her to give herself ness of Cullen and everybody else to beif it could be made clear that he so know is what ho did by his will lieved Hut I tellyou now that Ill get llM lets the way a rrwsf nW MTM Jaolfc- - Thats know what man generally with out of Wiley some of that property or ill he wants done people h AY ffl Ill mar his enjoyment of it Ive no Hv a- Js his property when hes dead V lir s doubt that when hes made aware of It is most singular to me it is inthe general indignation that already credible that lie should have de ii v has begun to manifest itself lie can be stroyed a will and gone straightway to driven to some sort of compromise make another like it and then forgot Â¬ That is what I wont have Arthur ten what he had done As for the Tf I am rightfully entitled to any part destruction that was done one night of the estate its the half of it 1 in our dining room when your father wouldnt want that if I believed came in and demanded it from you fathers last wishes were that I should saying that he had asked you that day be excluded from it I know they were to have it ready You took it from L not Therefore my brother Wiley may your pocket and handed it to him Ho save himself the trouble of proposing a opened it looked over it for some mo compromise on any other basis For ments then threw it in the lire where the sake of my family and my fathers it was burned memory I will light this paper if you Do you happen to remcmler what I should ever think it worth while but said to him then I wish youd try to Til fijht it openly I remember well that you said you Cullen a man like you is of the sort were glad he had destroyed it and you most liable to be maltreated If you added that he would never need to had withstood Wiley at the start and make another as you and Cullen at asserted before your father the influ WELL JULIA iETB niXAJt WHATS TItK his death could divide the estate your Â¬ ence which equally with Wiley be Â¬ DIFFICULTY selves without auy expenho of admin- Â¬ longed to you this gross injustice might not have been begun And now But not until now did she have sus- istration upon you talk about not fighting this except picion of the depth to which he could my And yet you sco ho didnt act advice on an open field knowing that it ir a descend From her front piazza she I see nothing of the kind fight of altogether another sort that could sec not far away the walls What he exclaimed keeping still Â¬ Â¬ has put you down I would not coun around the state penitentiary Reach utteranco bo voice sel to any movement that would be un- Â¬ ing home and stopping to rest upon a low his intense though its anger trajed fair but I regard it as important nec- rocking chair on the piaa her eyes No sir nothing of the kind essary indeed that Wiley should be turned towards this place and looked What do you mean to Insinuato driven to apprehension by well if upon It for several moments Turning I am so ap I insinuato nothing I mean to she said to herself way at last nothing else by hints which palled by what seems to me an outrage throw out before Mr Watson his law- aloud Except for the dishonor I would upon the memory of a dead man and yer that lie is strongly suspected of tho natural rights of a living ono that unfair practices himself and that I rather live there than hero I am nfraid In the interval before her husbands I am afraid to insinuate have as I do have a strong hope to will lead to their return she strengthened herself as well not to say out and out that I dont find the clew that detection as possible for the work which tho felt believe he ever made anotherI will say All right Arthur I know joull do had been imposed upon her Wiley when sound in mind And further that I who saw him from day the right thing Mr Watson is an old found her dreised with somewhat a man who lawyer and they say a tlrst rato one more than habitual care and a slight to day never knew twenty four down hours entirely willing to trust the coloring was on her cheek At supper to within less than butl am comprehend case with you he remarked that she looked unusually of his death more clearly ed his relations to others and tho Thanky Cullen If things should well specially able occur appearing to need Im well enough Mr Amerson moaning of Ids words and actions TO DB CONTINUED you know and quite as well as I deserve or caro to be management Ill let Why whats up now advise you to retain Seaborn Torthen name on alter rance It was in his way which from Im- Â¬ Examine tho datepaper your if behind and tho margin of this Well wait awhile on that Dont punity of habitual use had grown nt once for which wo will ho make any decisive movement of any more and more dogging Ho looked up send us tell you why Wiley from his plate anil noting the cour Â¬ quito thankful sort yet Ill dont know It but ho 4has a wlfo who is ageous scorn on her faco shrank some Â¬ A singular Illustration of tho per- Â¬ the very best woman know and she what then said Â¬ I dont believe is dying by inches I eclaro Julia I havent the sistence with which tho Japanese ad I slightest idea what ails you Hvo three months longer here to their family vocations Is scon shell think a sight of her so does Hannah Rising and resuming the shawl sho In an unnouicement in a Japanese nowspapcr that a celebrated dancing and 1 wont have her feelings torn up had laid aside she said In honor strife If Mr on account of domestic If you caro to know tho occasion of master was to hold a sorvico any bort of comproof tho ono thousandth anniversary of Watson intimates this present pedal trouble Mr Amermise refer him to me I wouldnt bo son and if after you are through with tho death of his ancestor who was tho disinclined to have ono little homely your supper you will come Into tho first of the family to take up the pro-Â¬ fession chat with Wiley uowthat our parents piazza I will toll you j v f m - Bgjft WALTER WSfr j 1894 A W OOD f j i i Always at the front in design l styie unu quuuiy ui uur i lllK BLLVUTJuiJILy 1 1 Yes sir rmrstor It was full moon In mid September MOWERS HAY RAKES i TUBULAR STEEL MOWER REAPERS and BINDERS Â¬ with latest improvements we call attention of farmers to their great strength durability and light draft Our sales show that they are HAY RAKE Â¬ unexcelled Send for Catalogue WALTER A WOOD MOWING AND REAPING MACHINE CO 1 ENCLOSED - GEAR REAPER HARVESTER AND BINDER See W W REED Mt Sterling Ky for prices Â¬ Â¬ is ifin to fMi For the benefit of tlic Indies fo Hazel Green and vicinity FURNISHING GOODS STOHK nt ntv roslil nee in IIiucl jtltte line ol the loiiowtng articles union win tic sold at tuc Clilc Iiuliis Hats Umlcrwenr Handkerchiefs Hat 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5sES22W 7 r ap y- V ffi fr l OOMMOI RECORD OUTSTRIPPING THE WIND Ah Illustration of How a Yacht May Ae ootiipllnh ThU Font What tMi Wvt1YAt na h ninek Wnmler Did ld JKT3JL JL 12 W SHORT STREET LEXINGTON AtflTllogular Monls 25 conts Moals to ordor tit nil hours 10 a m to 8 p m Suppor from 5 to 9 p 111 JKLJCl 4J KY 9 n m Xwo-Yenr-O- H vv V T TM fallowing is the royal record of tfMTwiblftten fon of Ilimyar Inst year JXi Brooklyn May 22 ho won a five ght of a milo swcopslakcs in 1 02 at odds of 4 to 0 defeating Meddler Fonso Madge colt Enfield Pntrlcan and others He led all tho way and won by ix lengths Taral had tho mount carrying 112poundH At Brooklyn May 27 ho won tho Orcnt Â¬ j r Bo v flv is fe s RH American atnkcH flvo elghtH of u milo in 1 01 B 4 Tlio atnko wiw worth 18070 to tho winner and Domino won hands down by four lengtha Ho waa at oven monoy Taral had tho mount at 118 pounda TIiobo behind Domino were in order Dobbins Too Ripley Declare Dcapot Prig Sonolla and Chateau At Mprriu lnrkf J11119 10 ho won tho Great MoHpHd stake wortli MV60 to tho winner going tho three quartern of a jnllo in 1 12 8 J Taral rodo him carry- Â¬ ing lib pounds His mount was at 1 to 8 and tho black wonder won easily by two lengths frolu Dobbins second Dcciaro third and St Julian Hurling ton and Sum Lueam in this order AtConey Wand June 27 over nlieavy IraCk ho won the Great Trial btakea and 23100 over tho Futurity course about aix furlonga in 1M Garrison carrying J25 poundH had tho mount this time Domino who was a 3 to T favorite led from start to finish and won easily by a neck from Hyder A bad Tho others in order woro Dobbins Declare Rubicon Ornus St Julian Ontario and Podium At Washington Park Chicago July 18 ho won tho Hydo Park stakes worth to him 1GU00 Ho and El Tolegrafo wore coupled as tho ICceuo entry at 1 to 0 Taral at 128 pounds rodo him first A PEACEFUL NIGHT past tho post handily by two lengths Tho track was fast and tho three fourths How t Squuiitulrtti TourlMt Was Docclvoct on Stomiior Df a milo was covered in I M flat Tho people said an old sea cap iomo othors as thoy finished wore Peter tho tain the other day to London fid Hits Great Vassal El Tolegrafo Key KISanta are afraid of sea sickness and hesi Anita Charity Kliott Goodo Tupto and tate to travel by water because of this fear A friend of mine en me on board Spripgland At Monmouth August 19 over a fair the steamer Plymouth the other even Â¬ in frame of track ho won tho Produce stakes at ing had a very happy for a long mind time been troubled lie threo fourths in 1 MJ It was worth when oil Southampton by a feeling of 10870 Ho carried 12S pounds Taral nausea but now he was positive that up Ho was at 1 to 2 and won by three he had found a way to avoid it by fourths of a length leading all tho way going to bed as soon as ho came onÂ¬ and remaining there until ho arOthors as they finished were Discount rival at his destination Dcclnro Hon Lomond Sir Excels Prog On this occasion he bade me a hur Â¬ Danco Lucky Dog Ueldemore Galloping ried good night climbed into his berth and in a few minutes was fast asleep King Ixion and Fatality At Coney Island August ll over a lie slept like u top until seven oclock the next morning with never a qualm heavy track ho won tho Futurity about of nml de met to disturb his slumbers threo fonrths of a milo in 1 12j Ho He arose delighted satisfied that ho carried Taral at 180 pounds and won in had at last found a remedy for the disThe order which had caused him so much a drivo by a head from Galilee diningothers as thoy finished wero Dobbins misery lie wont down into tho -room and ate a hearty meal Jack of Spades Kubicon Potentate Illu- Â¬ though somewhat surprised that so sion Wernburg Prig Sam Lucas Will few passengers were stirring Going Fonso Key el Santa Anita Figaro on deck with a satisfied look on his Princess Himyar Appomattox Ameer fnco and a toothpick in his mouth he me Fondolino Fatility Joe Ripley and mot Say old man ho exclaimed that Ho was at 0 to f Tho sleeping racket of mine worked like a lTydor Abad atnko was worth to his owners ISSSf Never had a touch of it all charm At Coney Island August 31 was his night 1 smiled memorable match race with Dobbins What are you grinning for he when thoy ran a dead heat over tho asked in surprise Futurity course in 1 12 8 5 Mleeouso answered the Plymouth At Morris Park September 29 over a has been tied to her dock all night fast track ho won the Matron stakes She has not moved a foot There was worth 2 1500 going tho three quarters something tho matter with her ma chinery and we had to transfer the Ho carried passengers in 1 09 breaking tho record No one suspected that a Taral at 128 pounds and won as ho pleased mau would go to bed at six oclock and so you were overlooked in the trans by a length Courier Journal 11 Â¬ Â¬ Evory yaohtaman known that a ship can nail faster than tho wind that is to aay If tho wind ia blowing ten Jtnots an bout a ship may bo making twelvo or fifteen knots an hour Now It is obvious that if the ship is sailing straight bolero tho wind it cannot at tho utmost travol faster than tho wind itself is blowing ns a matter of net It will travol much more slowly If on tho other hand the shin is sail ing at nn angle with tho wind it seems at first sight that the wind must act with less effect than boforo but as n matter of fact tho ship not only sails moro quickly than before but moro quickly than tho wind it sol f Is blowing Let uh consider tho difllculty in the light of tho following experiment Place n ball at one bide of tho billiard tablo and with tho cue not bold In tho ordinary maimer but lengthwise from end to end of tho ta Â¬ ble shyvo tho ball across the cloth Thu cue here represents tho wind and tho ball tho ship sailing directly before it the ball of course travels at the samo rate as tho cue Now suppose u groove in which the ball may roll be cut diagonally n cross tho tablo from one corner pocket to the other I f the bull be now placud at one end of the groove and tho cue hold horizontally purnHul with tho long sides and moved forward across the width of the table as boforo tho ball will travel along tho groove and along the cue ding oiifiily across the table in tho same time as the cue takes to move across tho width of the tablo This is the ease of the ship Milling at an angle with the direct ion of tho wind The groove is considerably longer than tho width of tho table moro than double as long in fact The ball therefore travels much faster than tho cue which impels it since it covers more than double the distance in the same time It is in precisely the same manner that a tacking ship is enabled to bail faster than the wind Breakfast from 5 to Dinnor from vOysterfe Lamb Fries Fish and Chicken a Specialty COTS BOTTOM STRUCK TiOXGAXRB Jxovltoxu Uii Â¬ 1 Â¬ Â¬ V r HI w rpra 4t fly luli- Dates for ISO I THE ONLY WAY OUT following are tho dates of meet Tho ings of Kentucky fairs this year as far An Apt lllufttrntlou of the Futility of arrangement as hoard from There is only one way out of dishon Â¬ Thus far the reports from the west are days Springfield July 17 esty and that is to tell the trufh The Stanford July 192 days process of lying out of it so called not full enough to know the full effect days Lebanon July is only 11 sure way of getting more of these new financial tactics of Secretary 1 days deeply mired This is well illustrated Carlisle but the treasury department is Lawronceburg July 81 by a story borrowed from tho Chris hopeful that out of the abundance of days Danvillo Aug tian Secretary gold held by tho banks enough will be Maysvillo Aug 1 1 days imitation marble also Real Oak and A man of doubtful reputation was on days forthcoming to tide the government over Nicholasvlllo Aug his way home one night and came Mantel Clocks best makes Washington dispatch days across a pile of planks which for some Eminenco Aug S reason bad boon unloaded upon the FOR PRICES TREDUCED THIRTY Uniontown Aug M 0 days DAYS Tue Herald office now has moro printroadside He couldnt or thought be 14 I days Versailles Aug ers stationery than any other similar couldnt resist the temptation to steal Handsome 8 day walnut or oak 39S and up days Columbia Aug one of them establishment in Eastern Kentucky and Iron enameled imitation marble 750 and up days He could not go through the village if you want printing of any kind tiis is Winchester Aug with It and so took a cut across the tho place to get it days Sholbyvillo Aug Address all communications to fields Ity nml by in the gathering Lexington Aug 23 0 days People Are ol lJrU t Memory dusk he wandered into n bog hole and FRED J HEINTZ Manufacturing Jowoler Madisonville Aug 2S 4 days Â¬ sank in the mire The more ho strugIt is continuous effort that pays in ad days Custom Ilouso Square Franklin Aug gled the deeper ho sank until getting vertising as in everything else A busi LEXINGTON KY DAYS alarmed he cried lustily for help GREEN SEPT ITAZEL ness man doesnt keep his store open one His shouts brought a neighbor with days Bowling Green Sept day iu the week or ouo week in the a lantern days Bardstown Sept month or threo weeks in the year If Why Jones what does this mean days Tarls Sept How in ho advertises that way that is tho im Â¬ asked tho good Samaritan days Paducah Sept the world camo you here People are LrtAQLUTv pression peoplo will get A Mu J I Cask Hickory Grovo Farm homo I was in a hurry to get home said verv forgetful Sept 11 1 days Elirabethtown They have to think or juhyooo luicitio v i Ni Aftortrj U I cut across Then the thief and so evory known rouuxly 1 mmhomm n luro Uunch 18 I days Horo Cave Sept yoar i Mamlliijr irofM a a year old UUy bog The moro I tried pretty hard to remember the vice presi I got into this ofiwthreo anpUcatlona Sharpsburg Sopt IS 4 days with of to pull myself out tho deeper 1 got in dential candidates two campaigns back days Oweusboro Oct and finally I went back to tho road and and yet thoy were pretty well advertised days got this plank to see if I couldnt get at tho timo It has been truly said that Gtrmnutown Oct aro now publishing this myself out with that It lathahoRtnroimrntton I RZJ i UutylutFfofr that tho time to advertise ia all tho time or 1 hourtlly rucommuiul hnvoovorusertorhcard It to all ilorsouieu L00V out for a change in tho Racket will confer r favor by inserting the lwt You can reliove that headache you MoVfc Wehava humtrttU vfAuch tctUmoniaU 0W Store advertisement next week when have by buying a box of Megrimine at of our fair prrlinltln Ajk your drtiRulsl for U Ui of big bargains Tun Herald office It will only cost MiimVrJlM iri8tflo llwinl UiSc Mullllni lir lUi fur trial Lax l this offif you will see another list ytwr writing I Mr Purcell h anxious to get your trade ov cents anu ia soiu uu h iwmu w 11 luuuv JO wliliuliHltrN Y yrafTUBUARK 15 uiwi for amIv -- - cnU It la rf i WV Rutee ho oifcrs Hmkm the inducements iU YkU Â¬ Â¬ fer Ilnc Towur 9 Than Kvm- - lloforu In Uh lltntury To obviato any necessity for an addi 18 20 and 22 N UPPER STREET LEXINGTON KY tional issue of bonds the treasury depart- Â¬ ment is Reeking tho co operation of western banks to exchange gold for new currency Tho details of the exchango are left to tho United States treasurer -- MILLINERY AND DRESS MAKING lie has directed all assistant United Wales IrcAstireM to BVCUrg all tho gold possible Dress Goods Secretary Carlislo directed the United StatCH treasurer to appeal to the banks of ksk- the west in the hope that if the aid ask Â¬ Hm V ed wero given it might constiain the Ncw CUSTOMERS rocognizo tho fact lint wo nro giving ho bisl vnluo and showing tlio largest nssorunont oi York bankers to follow such patriotic Now and Scasonnblo Dress Goods Silks Novoltios Vol example It now being known in the Silks vots and Millinery of any liouso in Kentucky Wall street circle that such aid had been from China India and Japan such styles woro never asked the eilcct has not been contrary in shown such beauties wero novor seon prices woro nevor so low Seo tlio east to what was expected At the head of the eastern ovement 10 o101 variety and novelty in our French Silks Satin Duchess Moire Antique Drocados Stripes Poau de Soie Zanzihars and Cha- u 1 nwiflmif 7i llinniu rif fltn 0 Ui ww vw e Tr lV0 w nvo Known 10 it mo most luiuous imiKoia ovorV hank who has made known to many of j the associate hanks tho condition of the ui uuiujiUi win vu uuuuiuuti uiu n bjiihiil turn uui jjiiiiiuiiis juu jvj national treasury lie stood sponsor for found no whero else the statement that tho condition of tho Our Spring Woolens nro beautiful and our importations are tho national finances was alarming and that latest our stock the largest and most varied our styles unoquiilecL 70 per cent of the manufacturing and Novoltios in China and Japanoso Draporios commercial interests of the country wero Kmbroidories Laces and Whito Goods Undorwoar Corsots and in the halanco hetween solvency and Hosiery India Linen Dimity Mulls Pique French and English Nain- Â¬ insolvency All eyes he added were sooks Embroidered Swiss directed toward the treasury gold reserve which was now down to 0S000000 and Artistic patterns in wash matorials Duck Suitings Galatea Cloths he predicted that unless steps were taken Figured Corded Muslin Zophyr Ginghams Ivoal French Organdios Such a raroly beautiful selection of these lovely by the New York banks to supply for- our own designs Childrens Gingham eign shippers with gold the government goods wero never shown by one house boforo and Muslin Dresses splondidly made 0 months to 8 years reserve would fall to 0000000 within a short time The hanks of New York Roady mado Eton Suits in black tan and blue Shirt Waists city Mr Williams claimed had made Black Dress Goods the best value tho bost wearing tho most satisfac- Â¬ the recent issue of 50000000 ten year tory arotho Lupin woavos Wo liavo Ono Hundred varieties to select fivo per cent gold bonds a success but from Storm Serges are always ready Imperial Cords Jacquards in his opinion tho subscribers did not Molroso Henriettas Cropons and Granito Cloths Spring Capos wish to take up a second issue of bonds cloth and lace Spring Jackots new stylos light in woight low in just at this time principally on the prico ground that such a step would depreciTho largest stock of Jouvin Genuine Kid Gloves in all longths all ate tho value of tho present holdings of colors the finest made tlio bonds This rather depressing statement has been tho subject of a good deal of dis cussion by the New York banking circle oi Millinery Goods in Lexington Specialties Tin largest A second issue of bonds can be pre- in Bonnets Hat Children- Caps Flowers Veiling Ribbons Seo our vented if the New York banks will sup- display of new things from Paris London and New York ply foreign shipments of gold and if the banks will do this for the next thirty days the movement of tho crops will then turn the gold shipments in our favor Miss Orr has charge The latest styles are given you aporfect fit All told it was believed that about 15 is assured Wedding and street costumes made on short notico 000000 in gold would be required from fe the banks in order to accomplish this result The Now York banks hold J0 000000 in gold Mr Williams favors united action on tho part of the banks and that each should contribute a pio rata Miare of the 15000000 according to its holding Several of Mr Williams friends agreed with him but the groat majority did not They do not believe that tho situation They were called for united action willing to aid the government and do their share in supplying the gold that foreign shippers require but they were oppos od to any movement which looked like concerted action Individually they would protect the gold reserve by voluntary action but thoy would not enter into any agreement or ironclad pooling lly tlio Gold llttHorvn Which Ih Â¬ SOT Hill I9 WAT SOU Foreign Grand Opening of Spring Every Day Domestic Dry Goods J Mcai wn 1 1 1 Â¬ Â¬ MILLINERY DEPARTMENT tek - j JL Â¬ Â¬ DRESS MAKING DEPARTMENT CftrJMQOEtra TTAWS OSf k 1 203 s 18 Â¬ 71 1 In Walnut Â¬ 214 210 214 J Â¬ 294 40 40 41 45 110 jayeyeJeeWI m -- Â¬ 2 Z 25 81 S PNKS OTMENT 1 S Z m fc 1 pajr I Kt