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tint has put it off till dis time caze now Ijbe got er wise man ter teach mo v 1 Tint xpeaker bowed Its crmonbtus pleasure ter talk tor sleli er hinurt nu toJijftiit man o you is Unelo lou an t do do mo g ood tor beutyou Wall dis country wh powurfu jiresse at 1 way into this neighborhood no one enlisted here no recruiting ollieer came with his red white and red cockade no drum rumbled and no life screamed Indeed when the countrys ureal at- taClc of indigestion took place Wilsons lend was completely left out of the reckoning It lia lieen said and with more or less truth that the war was not heard of until after it was over and that great indignation was then ex pressed by the leading citizen of the Why confound em all community said he what made em want to keep Ic t hud u rip the thing so close fur snortin time and never let a feller know nothin about it Its human na tur though Tho older we git the closer we keep our affairs to ourselves It is not my intention however to toll of the characteristics of this pecul- Â¬ iar community nor to describe the habits of the people neither shall I give in detail an account of the cele bration but shall reproduce the speech of an old negro made on that occasion A newspaper hud sent me to the moun- Â¬ tains to gather what facts T could con cerning the murder of a United State marshal who indiscreetly had askel or a nights lodging at the house of nn illicit distiller lie was not only pro vided for overnight but was given an apartment for all eternity 1 arrived upon luo scie of the cele- bration just before I5ig Alf got yp to address the crowd Tlie white orators had made their speeches filled up and were asleep in the shade What an enormous fellow old Alf was how solemnly lie spoke nnd how character- Â¬ istically did he give the negijo version of the war of independenco It was the llrst time that had hearfl tlie birth of our liberty discusso froni that point of view and I found it full yf inteiest And so here ib the bpeech illmobt word for word You niggers dat has dun eat e much vz you kin hold an now imit got noth in ter do but ter lissunter dis yere truth tint Im hundin oiit doan know how dis country wu pressed at one time Does you know jnele Lon he asked nodding at an oll man 1 kuintsny tint I doivs sab caze lse been so powerful busy lately tint I aint had time ter vestigateiit Wall why didnt you 1arn buthin Â¬ lsons Hend No Mildicr- - found their Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ I I Â¬ ill wi ilnl limfnl g iii fo Dis o tike p er way off iiider sum Â¬ c o ic bv de white folks mers I doan knowwhar rtm up ergin ii t at I tell you Uuije t ie same e now but king Dar wuz big o bleyo lie d u bite folks wu owned Dar wu er tray spot erin er king in by er king Hole on now Im tellin er show down but de tray spot won Ah Marse Jeorgo Wasiinton wu er biirman anI wanter nay right yere dat he wu one o my famly My ole tjiin daddy i cd ter hold bishops while WA begot down ler wimp some jusson tlat h n tryiu ter take some mans liberty envay frimi him Yas sah he come might v nigh bein kin ter me My ole gianiiaddy tole my daddy an my daddv tole me lat dar want no in in dat could outdo M itsu Jeorgo Wy all de bailey bosses in de country wu erfeered o him Won er boss fued ter pull all you had ter do Ji v ii ter say Yander come Marvu Zf iL t mi Id iinrlifi i linn r iiii nil ilnl Iiri - VJ JJi fllAMtl JJiJ t JI niyli lueak his neck pullin oat Dar aint nosich men dive da vs I toll you Mv i ild grandaddy said dat lie vu lilini one day down in le ereek an he uantcil lili moiisLus but da wouldnt 4 hue lie fished an he lished he did an still he couldnt git er nibble An OLD alf diivkhivo HIS ohatiok you Owned by or king an in dom Ml Wu jest ei bout ter piit an go homo uays no King wu inglier den de ace mad an gusted wen all oersuddent So dar wu de bite tolUs an ilar wu de tsh gunter bite fit ter kill daiselves De kiig said uorU an ile W l In tv li llrmoil mil illtu rill rliv liinl1 le king va white folki woi lied long w id de nig ui lie unnllopcd em out not umler--- t dat da owned De lung said 4Vi indiu whut made Vin bite so an inline dat tuouey dat you got fur alter while he looked rou if an dar hit cotton an de white folks had stood Marse Jeorge er siniliif at him ter gib tip An it went on dis way till Oh but he wu er gret man tell it got teiybe mighty tiresome les hole on er minit said Uncle you Indent dajs dar didu t pear ter Lon You say he wu er good man be no IVjuf o July but neber mine de Dat wbu t says f lies hnowd dat one wus comin putty Ah hah Old Don continued but Wall one day de kiiiL come of he wu sich er monstus good man Mion lontr de biir road an ho sav ter his t1m lirinM t iVm iiirrrr1 in odty sheriff datde folks w u monstiis w er freenf ih white folks I wanter i T id o tea an den he lowed he did ax you dat one pint dpi it would be er monstiis good idea The spejikor spoke up instantly De white folks didnt Ver tax de tea Look yi re Mare Jeorge want no sav nut bin but wen do king had tin hang He knowd dot ef he wu tor tuck dar tea way friim em an put it fm le niggers he wouldnt leave million or steamboat da went down ter de in fur Marse Iinct In ter do A if dats landiif grabbed de tea fum de deputy do reason he didnt complish dat faek sheriff an Hung it inter donberuif See den say tor do king Hep yosef sah IlliOntr li Nice Tlnir An now jest e luck iood inornin fonie Susan hurry up Ieterby would huh it do Fouf o July come at Here it is nine oiloclc and we want to dis time Daws er massy how dom oiiiovull of thi rlorious Fointh folks fit Wy da fit fust in one place Mrs lVterbv - e mui not be unpre Â¬ an den inernudor an long come Marsa pared William Have you got the lin- Â¬ Jeorge Washiifton an fit all ober at iment and bandage de same time Laws er massy de dust They are packed away with tho ri up like er drove o mules dun gone cholera mixture uud thu headache down do lane an it waif t no dead sho remedy thing which side gwino whup I tell flid the directions m case of 1 iiiimi- villi mil no iiini liiiiiu hu iuu r i i i i rw villi drowning il T il uuniu nuiu mnviii iuun l n Ioukct with thu sunstroke Not yit lows do gib up says ho rulrs i Lti in li iri n jt ii tiH HlOII let US gO Ollt and enjoy our- mvi1 M rr vm rih Viv lvus Toxas Siftings Jeorge Den do king studied er little while an soiter scratched his head an An Kxii Thin s iys Wall seeins dat its you I blebo Uiltcr Look here old man that boy I does an lie did Wall utter dh du of yours put a big firecracker under country wu free an ergubennen wuz my window at four oclock this morn Â¬ btablii lied whut lowed er man ter ing and woke mo up Now what are keep er part o do money whut nu Jmlly you going to do about it blonged ter him an feller citions Muggins Ill tell you what Ill do its er nniifhty fine thing ter bo lowed old fellow You put one of your trip Â¬ ter keep dat whut longs ter you An lets under my window td morrow morn Â¬ dats w liar do spressiou conies frum ing at four oclock and Ill call it O cose Pse gwino ter hold my own Mjuaro Judge dis is jest er story dut Ibo tellin you but eomin down ter de serious faek Will Alexander hoi of English Ander- we oeht never ter stop thankiif de sons victim in Montgomery county Mime Lawd fur de liberty dat weso got dis ten days ago nsHinttd by John McDon- day Ibe tilled ter cr good many aid of Mt Sterling is now painting tho folks Pso traveled er good dealI has residenee of Hon W J iuic of this been way obev ter Spencers branch an place the dead man having made the down do county road er fur cr do hg contract only a fow days before his un- Â¬ mill I has clinf olu Eagle Neat moun- Â¬ timely death tain an seed mighty nigh all do worP Curtis und Charlio Hoho visited relafrum dat high pint nn I wanter say tives ou Stillwater Just week right ycro dat Ibo thankful way down WU A 1 a hllOW min eonie iuuie Wbllt inoi um n my it ff brave men huart fur de liberty dat lse got il fll 1 1 I i GSMajnmmxxwum I J ii 11 jut imwiiimmIiiii W3 vr wn W7 Sv - iihu HOW THEY LIKE THE HERALD our t hauls 1 Volunteer TihMiiioiiImIn At lltinie nnd Alirond IOlder A Howard on Monday sent us 11 new sulisi lihein and tlie following volunteer testimonials for which he lias 1 t - i xrr Wl a 1i v nr noiwam - UIBI u B Boss Jr Co rnsmmm 1 1- T- -- - I I V 11 V C Oak ley one of Morgan comitys best citizens and a prominent candidate for deputy sheriff under Frank Cottle ays lin Hkhaid is tlie best local paper published in Eastern Kentucky T Pony who is a piominenl cinidi date for sheriff of iMoruuii county on the independent ticket says Tin Iiiaii Wb have mi ologant is a newsy paper that everybody should nave in tneir lioines MeKenzie ex judge of Moigan county and a popular candidate lor county j ml ire subject to Democratic L Im Hkhaid jirimary luly t sas m a home paper Mjuaio up and Kjuare down and that a homo is not well turn Mied without it -1 1 j LEXINGTON iiiircika v i assortment of NOVELTIES 1 I 1 i 11 Â¬ j Charley Swaneo uritiiif from Frank fort under date ot Itilv save Dear Mr Cooper I write to infoini you thai Tin IlcitAM which is due hereon Sat Â¬ urday after puhlicntidii is never on time being since May 1st from three to live days late Your Frankfort roadois are hungeiing for Tim HritAiDiind ask that you investigate matters so as to insure its arrival at this eitv on time We sus pect Mt Sterling Faithfully etc Postmasters along the loute and especially the one at Mt Sterling will please attend to this matter at once or we will p d j put a postollioe inspector aflor ICditnr them Â¬ finGooflsas AND KID GLOVES WJion iu Loxinglon fail to givo us n call t dont H Dr HDCox jr of Jackson under date of June lib says Dear Sir Inelo ed find one dollar for which you will plciipu Sincontinue to send mo Tin Kit Aid cerely yours etc And heres one from the wild and wooly west 1 1 Â¬ 5ITMTK thi Omaha June COOIKK Ehi 21 IS 1 1 4 1 i I Dear Sir Enclosed please find for renewal of my subscription for one year to the Haix Ciiiir Ijuam beginning thu 18th inst and oblige Tiioh Nickkm 2801 Cuinining street Omaha Neb Howk FiiTmI WeoflbrOno Hundred Dollars Howard for any ease of Catarrh that cannot bo cured by Halls Catarrh Cure F J CHENEY CO Props Toledo 0 We the undersigned have known Cheney for tho last If years and beliovo him perfectly honorable in all business transactions and financinllv nhln to currv out any obligation made by their firm West tt Trtinx Wholesale Druggists Toledo 0 Walding Kinnan Marvin Wholesale Druggists Toledo O Halls Catarrh Cure- is taken internally acting directly upon the blood and mu cous surfaces of tlie system Price 75c per bottle Sold by all DruggiHts Tes Â¬ timonials free Masonville and Lons- dale Cotton 7 Ac yd Best Calicos 4c yd Lancaster Apron Ginghams 4Ac per yd Â¬ QDIDIDGD q are Solo Agon is for Kid Gloves Fosters Featherbone Corsets and ii FJ Standard Patterns DDUDDDCD Â¬ CBRossJrCO Lexingtonii- - Â¬ uud only Tim Hkhali is all home print now 1 a yewr i ri9 J 19 it rPp7 t nwypwyto ljj emaBTWMJwnpnqgtPfanoJWra MllMMMiBBBBBwaWilHitfaHlWilllli gWWtPW JDiiiKiiniixoyj i i mMlftll4iSM JWHyWHEyiP tmmmnKtummmmmmmmmmHmmtmmtnm vntKv83ixnexanartTuiiu mmvrit mi m jrwnjwnMrw n wmamm OmTtfAUW u Amid the clash of falling mortality rr a mimW toWUSBki the tuiflhiii away of time aria all earthly JJdHsTMl environments we are made to iwto tho biltmt tread of that hint enemy wIiumj IihihI continues to wield the inevitable scythe of destruction imtl at whose bid i zamJK -ding tlio heart Unit has for theno lung years been drumming tho life march ot earth has conned to perform its funcThink well I beg of you of tho tions Thus another spirit has returned Fourth of July unto God who irave it Rate it second among tho feast days Still with eyes ociilowing with tears of emotion and nuducss of thu unrth for it wilr onlv in trivlnuand a heart full I try to pen these lines as a hint tribute Christ to tho nations that other is rated of respect to the sacred memory of a de first Scorn the man who scoffs at the parted father whose association during his lastdavs of earth I had not the priv- Fourth of July If you have children ilege of enjoying and at whose obsequies teach them that man is no patriot bo Train your pulses to thrill on this I failed to sad present of thought that evening dawning of days Reflect on the sign Â¬ 0 tho when I received that awful missive ing Imagine tho ringing of Liberty Your father is boll Read the great declaration and whoso first line says dead Knowing that he was then bur worm the corners of your heart with ied 0 to realize that 1 am now an its majestic fire orphan Tho face and form that I have Set a Hag at your window Light always met on visiting tiie old home of crackers by day and pierce the sky of my childhood and who always met mo night with rockets Lot oyo and car with a fatherly welcome is gono forever and nostril herald to the brain a nations No moro can 1 hear his fatherly counsel natal day has come or assemble under the parental roof and Uo patient with those who weary of hear him read from the old iamily bible the Fourth of July lie patient but and oiler a prayer for his wandering bov strong On tho altar of their hearts Tho tongue that has been ever ready kindle a little the fire American to give me counsel the hand that patriot that burns on your own Feed my footsteps and the eye that it with reason Fan it with hope En- las ever watched with vigilance my large it with the oil of glory For the pathway is now stilled in death Now sum of our greatness is not yet hali a long I can only say farewell father entered way to the zenith And while ColumFor ho has earthly farewell bias sons still love the stars and the fruition of his immortality lie has stripes while they revere Hunker Hill answered the morning call of eternity greet while Ie lias heard the master say It is and honor Washington each they with hearty cheers returning enough come up higher Fourth Ani iikw Kahii the subject of this ellno to of Inly that sun shall never de evening Hketch was born on a farm near where This is tho best country The larger tho town of Daysboro now is in Wolfe Â¬ then Morgan county Ky on Sept 1th rneo of a riper time finds here its rich is tho child that is Hlossed 181 and died at his home about two est home miles from his birthplace on the lirddny born here Wise is the man that uses Had he lived till the the good that awaits him here Grand of April 181M following day he would have been 74 is the twoman that fills out the destiny itM1lll lull American matrons years and seven months old II is father For across the chill waste of AtÂ¬ was Caleb Knsh one of the first emi- Â¬ lantics waves lias come an army of grants from Virginia who settled in pence that has conquered our bravery Eastern Kentucky His occupation being that of a farmer On its unsympathetic ears our cheers his life had always been quiet and unas- for the Fourth of July fall flat Hefore suming never having any aspirations for its indifVereut eye our flag is but cloth an ofiicc of any kind lie was married To its million of children our history is at Hazel Green Ky on the 2nd day of a closed and unknown volume Open 1Vbruary 1810 to Miss Frances Mc--- that book I beg of you and read to I ley of llath county Kentucky Rev them the noble deeds of American W J TrimJoseph Nickel ollieiatiug freemen From the love in your heart ble anil wife of Hazel Orcen were mar glorify that flag of the free With ried at tho fame cereinonv she being a patriotic fervor teach them tho music sister of the deceased This marriage of Hull Columbia And ntuno the was blessed with nine children four of whole hind to the 113inn of The Star whom died before they attained their Spangled Rainier majorty two others dying after they Or if we fail in this our nation shall were married now leaving a family of die The fires that burned dim and onW the widow who survives him It A fitfully at Valley Forge that sprung to Knsh of lilliuore Frances 10 wife of heat at Trenton that leaped and Oscar Fallen of liysboro and M 0 crackled in exuberant heat at Charles Â¬ Knsh of Farmers Kowau county Ken- ton that mounted again at New tucky Orleans that would not be quenched lite deceased joined the Christian at Gettysburg nor Richmond this fire church at Hazel Oreen under the preach shall dwindle and die till only the ing of Kev Raccoon J oh ti Smith in blackened ruins of hope shall tell 18J8 was ordained iddi rof the Christian where stood the American homes till church on Jillmoie greek in 1844 and only the ashes of despair wetted by had held that otlice almost continuously tearsof our sorrow shall tell of a till the time of his death excepting national disaster about thicc and a half enrs that he Think well 1 pray you of tho Fourth lived in Ohio during the late war He of July always tried to live an exemplary cliris tian life observing the golden rule givTIIE SOLDIERS 0IT 76 ing good advice to the young ami was ITII head orcct tho an earnest church worker having taken soldier boy a great many into tho church by confesStutuls In tho vil- Â¬ sion and baptism lage market pluco Although he was a constant sufferer Ills fathers stny his from an iucurablu malady for over fifmothers joy The proudest of teen years he bore it all with christian tho poimluuo fortitude saying I have fought the good fight my course is nearly finished Tho steeple clunks vnnd I am ready to bo offered when the Its brazen bliss Tho Kims tholr Master calls for me Iroiijfleodoolaro 0 when 1 think of tho times that I Tho patriot fools n have been called to his bedside in the manliness last few years and found him struggling Kntor his broast and tarry thoro it seomed with tho last enemy to hear My son can you relievo this him say Ho rests his muskot awful suffering and let me die in peace on tho Krass Its bright nos for I fear nothing but tho sting of death shows u brothers But alas medical skill and tho science of prldo man is inadequate to compete with that Tho m 1 1 1 o r s relentless foe And now sleeping upon dauKhtor bloss tho lass tho custom hill top that overlooks the Fashioned tho sword knot at his sldo old homestead tho farm where ho had this done so many honest days toil for our What lenowoth ho of wararts ofyouth ncaco Itoarod In tho tranquil rests the honored remains of an Biipport Wars losson soon Is learned in trvtth nflectionato father When shuoklod natlous seek roleasol Rut oh when I go to the place of my Tho cheers rln down tho foarloss lino birth where in ohildhood Ive played at Congress hath Issued a decree tho door to meet my old parents the In InniniuKo burnhiB just dtvlno TIs road that Title of tho Kroo best friends of earth dear father Ill meet thee no more Hut to a heartTIs road from many n tondor chcok broken and widowed mother ono remain A tolltalo tear Is bruslwd away ing brother and sister I will say let us And aire ovehiltus In utterance weak Would I were youiiKor than to dayl never neglect to moot around that lonely and sacred mound and garland with the TIs road and souls that lomr havo pined In thralldoms chcorloss sablo tiUiht choicest flowers of spring time the spot from that marks his last resting place and Rojolco llko thososou thocradlo blind j nmrnliiK llcht When llrst they there amid mingled tears and sobs reupon tho stronj fresh our memories with the good advice Hut freedom muIIos Spuming tho weaker sons of mon ho gavo us So when the voice that Till tyrants blush to do a wroiiK called him hence shall summon us from Tho sword must ovor aid tho ponl whom it gavo him grief to part may we Ho foiiKht that bravo young vtllitRort join him in that world of rest and peace Uo foimht for that which could not Tali Where no storms over heat on that glitter IIo fouitht for parents homo for horl ing strand Hut camo not back to toll tho talol While the years of eternity roll M C KAPlf M D Farmers Ky Whon Yorktown rang tho country oer ivl fjiPOVWISTROKEp rme Â¬ i - Â¬ M Ton luto Ono dollar and a half seems to stand in the way of a great many persons who would liko to subscribe for the Sentinel Gentlemen a paper cannot be supported in Estill county on one dollar a year the experiment has been tried over ami oer again and failure is the record against them all Wo are not in this to fail wo are not in it expecting a slip- pirt for ourselves and family but we do expect our paper to pay its expenses and to help build up tho interests of tho county Wo are not kickers ordinarily but wn will ay riiiht here that the Democrats of Estill are not doing their duty towards their county paper Wo should have at the very lowest estimate 800 subscribers from their ranks and we are ashamed to put in cold type the actual number If it were not for our ltepub lican and Populist friends here and our subscribers outside of the county we would bo left Whats the matter with you There are plenty of Democrats here able to buy the paper several times You are not deserving of a county organ Irvine Sentinel AT THE TOP And Still Climbing Never content to keep com Â¬ pany with the slow pace set by its country cousins though always in sympathy with em jif I sCr THE HERALD fegJgSeJ- Â¬ Â¬ I tf put its mark at tho topmost pinnacle of country journalJ r 7 s J couuiy jveiiiocrius uo not uceoiu n ism and week after week has the siipport it should have from them and it has to depend too much on out In bo red to reach the goal of side assistance ILow thorough its ambition ly it has accomplished that Ladies Ministers and Physicians task is told in the hundreds of tributes paid it by the press All Indorso tho Iy Â¬ I CHI i for thef1 Â¬ m ELECTROPOIE has cured me of rheumatism anil illness the result of typhoid fever as well as catarrh Have used it in tho family 7tt years old down from mother-in-lahiihi vv lii lf to tint linliv iiuurl it mi r tcM tliinir and it worked like a charm lor tnroat trounio we nave never lounu anything to equal it Several of my neighbors have them and are all well I can not say too much in pleased of the Kleclropoire priiso Mas F M Caijahan Verona Ky w 1 1 a a of the country and the warm For Babies as Well as Old Folks I am glad to say that the Elect ropofcc I fV a A u nv u I Â¬ Â¬ - Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ onshire the Xew England maiden of Maine the sun clad lass of California the semi tropical creole of Louisiana and last but not least our own Brain Congestion and Vertigo Cured Lfi i it if va i irv With tho Electropoise jiiTY mountain pinks all indeed I was taken with Sirs Last July vertigo a congestion of the smaller who con the contents of its blood vessels of the brain hyperaemia could not study everything I ate disTHROUGH THE pages week after week sing agreed with mo at last I ate no solid food but even soups and liquid food the same song of love Nor did not agree with me I was induced in one nights to try the Hlectropoise ADVERTIS rG COLUMNS A French humoris this all time it had relieved the brain congetiou I began the next day to isl traveling in America at and vertigo study I ate from that time what I pleased and since then I have been a tracted by a perusal of its comparatively well man Riv tiKoH AIkans Covington Ky pages draws a pen picture of Practical as Well ns Theoretical I am much pleased with my experi its multi merits in his own ence with the Electropoise and believe it in advance of any known remedy in lanuiiauc and thus it reaches theory for the restoration of the normal condition of the system and its effects everv home in the vine clad in the cure of disease has proved its efficacy practical ly and theoretically hills of France So popular J W llAKK M D Augusta Ky Jonathan and was the story ADDRESS I Lis Continent that it was translated into every tonirue 501 Fourth Avenue Louisville Ky spoken by man Hence from hemisphere to hemisphere and 1 Â¬ TKt IflwhfVA kv MfoTAl iWAVLX T7T iri rS Y 7 m mm Ctat hearted testimonials received by it from friends in all lands The Emrlish damsel in Dcv gi 1 1 1 i S HER ALPS I - Â¬ rt6 tfnr Â¬ DuBois -- Webb ffew ofroeoo9 to h vj ffeii jsiaw from pole to pole H Vi I mJlImu THE HERALD of Hazel Green is a household fw STORE Opera House Block I LEXIiXGTOX JvY K- - V Â¬ Â¬ A new and carefully selected Stock of the Â¬ I ft r-- YfVc1 Wiy - 7 Â¬ latest style Msr word Thus it is also a necessity to the wide awake business man and all who desire to tickle trade that they may ill their coilers with cash lmvc their advertisements displayed in its columns from time to time Wo mm ht iyo s Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ v HjA vVkVv v- - c r uVB2KrjLtcLt m w n iZ jfjafv UL x fjrl jy nA HtW5ttB DiRCOosits i f VU Â¬ S6 Clean Bonn bettor And thoy thanked Iloavon through a soul KKlMtKHKNTIKO Cnshinoro Doqitot for tho toilet than Hoforo tho Klorlous day nroso superior to Ivory for fino laundry and To dash nway tho prisons gloom SANFORD VARNER CO Hoforo tho nightshade boro roso ahead of Sapolio for tho kitchen One Ho found u soUllors nameless tombl 2 for IGo 4 for 25c Sold at cako JOc wliolesule dealers in this oflico only f Hold ploncor of human right Tlmo vainly steals year mortal broathjn Our Circuit JiuIko light Wo boo you httll i lt e l Judgo Itcdwine of Jackson our circuit You ltvo You scorn the ncytho of deathl judge enmo over Saturday night to bo Thomas lrot la W Y Hurald 121 and 123 Second Street on hand for court Monday morning Â¬ P L Iteese at Mt Sterling ia head His address to tho grand jury was thorPORTSMOUTH O ough and comprehensive and mado a quarters in Kentucky for sewing ma Â¬ favorable impression on all who heard it chines and supplies Write him for Tho trmlo of Eastern Kentucky is most respectfully solicited bottom prices Irvine Sentinel is over introduced Jiere is tho finest miro whito It And bado unfotWod puIxoh throb A comrade brought tho knot ho woro and at prices that defy compe tition BS5uCome and see us it possesses but modesty for- Â¬ bids Suffice to say it is to llcspectfully newspapordom what Domino Mrs MAGGIE HOWARD is to the turf world King on and tell of other qualities siV i tl Jiimmm III W W FYVIE Bee of its class A few more subscriptions will be taken at 1 a year and a limited number of advertise- Â¬ ments at reasonable rates OVHINfif SPENCER COOPER Hazol Green Ky QlHg H6RALFB EAAmmmlMWmJLlLZImmmZM m i lzZJmmVM j y H rH VM imvmmmwmwmwmm v f i hStJt ittH A amkSjUttaii vHm www mf - L- - i MMBWWWJ EESefiffi rtr w7 mWQ2mTV X M10UH Jl AIJJJ I llliT 11 nil IMUH GROVER CLEVELAND A NEW UjaUnuaUlON HY kv Tnlks Hopefully mul at ToiiKth if tlto lliiuncliil Situation President Cleveland but week said in apenkitig of the linuneial situation Tlio oiler of eeitnimf the New York baiikfrtUi replace ircnii their vaults this gold Jliplidrnwii from the government treaanry for shipment abroad is certainly thoughtful and patriotic It not only tends to maintain the treasurys gold reserve in good condition but it adds to tho stock of popular confidence which is at all times important Tho elements which muko up our1 actual situation do not justify any ap prehension and the administration still adheres to its pledge and determination to protect our national credit at all haz ards and to keep the quality of our money equal to the bct mj far as the limits of executive power permits Of course croaking mid the spread of disquieting tales are calculated to injure the stringent financial condition I assume however that there is too much patriotism among our people and too much familiarity with our resources and capabilities to permit our reserved force and financial vigor to bo discredited When tlie last government bonds were issued to replenish our stock of gold it was nearly as low as now while outride of our gold we had as available money to pay ordinary expenses of the government We have now only aboutH000000 besides our gold and in money applicable to government expenses more than I understand it is charged 53000MO in certain quarters that the payment of postponed to the matured obligations amount of 50000000 or 75000000 We are paying as we This is not tru go in the usual way Last year up to June 1 the balance against us arising from the expoits and imports of merchandise excluding guld and silver was 64 5f2040 The balance in our favor 2 for tlie same period this year was 05G2 representing a change in our These conditions favor of 1275 iLOOy taken into consideration with the wil lingnos of our banks to help the liens ury during any tempmaiy or unusual drain of gold ought to aiisfy the most conservative of our safety It must niifcbe foigotten as another favorable feature in the situation that we aie no lomrer purchasing silver and issuing gold obligations therefor Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ --- EIISA AIUtruONO Mo was In tapendenuo dy n 1 young Mr lrtvtcn va vmmllnn t wit a bis perute Hon W McKlNSTRY tho Votoran e viw with thy adored Ik of n liiwr her L lcJono Mrs resolve Edltorof tho Frodonla Consor Downey but the day was uow on tho wrltos wane and ho waa likely to ro away as nnrtI liavo been uslnft Dr Fanners Mood Liver IleniOdy oft before with the not unexpected Usiio to Ray that utitl Nervo I Tonic It and II nd an I liko It admirable remedy fortlio Ulllou nosi Lan- words unsaid Nervous depression Incident to and Her sin ill brother begrimed with truorclmiiRo from winter to RtirliiR yufllclont- tho powder wan hoverinr about and in an ly plivslclia anil yet not deullltatlnp la fuct all the white strengthening Instead evil m nTnt Mr Dnvney a deed W McKINSTHY Yours truly Do i Icnow why we celebrate this J lobby day Hetjh r life cause tho mayor lets Dr Fcuncrs Blood and Liver Rcinedj us send oiE as many firecrackers ns we and Nervo Tonic nover falls Likes It r GEORGE W ROBINSON oxnyx H MhftfeAte2ftJM It hl Thais what he says DKALKIt IN v JAF 40kOi8 CAMPION WomMmB KENTUCKY t m handsoitio line of SUMMER DRICSS JOODS he has jtnt received including t o all the fashionable lahrics and runs patterns and nriiils bccules aiijCinlIess variety oi Votioiif iuebidlm all of the latest style in Lines Ribbons Ac v lie also carries a large line of cheap medium and liih grade hich ho is selling ar lower prices than anybody AfNVITKS tho Liulics nl Wolfe and llie surrounding country to cull and see the Lm Purchase of him and suyo money Z wanttr N t the le iritip l f I L poiulonce and decided U die for liberty Oh did oio uf u ancestors sign it Mr D lwa y ase 1 Miss Mabel Well no tluitis my ancestors were then living in England but the principle is the same 0 of eoure Wot does li D elaration of IndeI Â¬ Fourth our rlrlous forefalheri agreed my boy it is because on July It Is a Sarsaparilla-Mandrako-Prlnc- eJ pendence i ay urn Why why it beginsdear mo thought that evcrj boy knew that Huh dont know it yourself 1 HHRf Pino Alterative Nervo Tonic and lie ttoratlvo Compound Cures biliousness headaches constipation dyspepsia Irritability sleeplessness tho blues swelled glands All blood impurities skin disease scrofula ague dizziucss dull and achy tired stomach and bowel disorders blotches pimples moth syphilis Impairment of nerves offensivo breath It does these great cures because M physics from tho blood liver and tissues all the impurities ashes and debris THE as it were Without weakening but all tho whlu strengthening Instead It causes tho Liver to throw off its Uilc It cleans out tho entlro alimentary canal stomach and bowels alike ridding them of all effete offensivo and slimy mucus worms and other vermin Restoring sleep appetite flesh strength comfort freshness and bloom In a word Â¬ J TAYLOR - DAY -- Dealer in General Merchandise on a Cash Basis Largest StockFIFTH ANNUAL Lowest Prices EXHIBITION laI ok Tin health Including self poiso to tho nervous sys tem and both sweetness of breath and disposition It is speedy In its action improvement beginning as soon as tho first doso is swal- Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ SEND FIFTY Crl0ail WmM CENTS WILLRIv HELD B HUH DONT KNOW IT YOUItSKU I c Certainly naoss Tor NlOOO Â¬ shall tell pipu how i z bean to Mr vuey ritlv you send oil any and lie will not lhevorltft will be given free as presents to the new li ifi ill tell him wot I saw or old renewing subcribers 1k true s awhile jjf wlien you two wassittin on the hottest day at Louisville dining the pnivu Dr Fenners Soothlnsr Svrup C aue tiwty Mits Mabel and leave Allay hrltatkm and gives iefie liliitslep August and gie the clost guess to the highest temperatuie the weather bureau him lo hi- own relleetions And they Dr Firei V Worm Syrup Hroucht 151 thermometer will reach on that day The retreated in Juste woims from our child MrsHlierIclcKlhla0 of the Weekly Courier subscription juice iiiet for awhile PerIJubby wi Journal is J a year Each gue s must il ip- - it wis r morse Then ho stoh DrlennerbliAMiivSnltKheumOlntment be accompanied by one yearly licst for skin eruptions Piles fckued Cuwetc away t th bH i Xo newspaper published in the liitjr Mr D nvney and Miss Mabel Ioi sale In John M Pose- and Mis United States has been so libeial to its had ioi ffottvi all and weie sitting on a Dnj lael it cen Ky subscribers or has oilered such liberal by h Ono more clearing his throat i i The Weekly Courier Iournnl has an nounced another of its popular guessing contests taking the temperature at Louisville during the month of August as the basis One thousand dollar in cash Â¬ pby Mabfi -- vji i titii tricks ones meinry will I do Queer isnt it Miss iby tj-ni- -t lt And as certain as tho law of gravitation Noto tho high standard of testimonials In circular at drug stores and around bottles They aro such as only tho highest order or merit could command voluntary offer ings fiom tho cottage princely palaces and oflices of State ltecoiding cures of cases more gravo and complicated than over hcrtofoio success fully reached by medicine Sample Free Satisfaction guaranteed Mothcis One fourth of all the children horn tilt within the Hint year Save your rhlld by Keeping Its stomach and bowew healthy by tho use of Dr Fennerrt Sennatorla thu best child laxative and corrective Known Â¬ Â¬ lowed Sepfemsr 4 5 and 7 1894 FOR ATRIAL MONTHS SUBSCRIPTION TO THE Louisville Times It will this voar stricllvns be conduclod THE BRIQHTCBT AND BE8T AFTERNOON PAPER IN THE SdUTH a liioiiiitnin institu tion and ouv mountain people aro thus assured that their interests will be protected Latest Market Quotations Latest State News All the Local News Complete Press Reports LARGEST CIRCOLATION IN THE SOOTH 30000 Or AND OVER DAILY i by Mall 1 500 a Year - JNO A HALDEMANnua MANAOtn cos Fourth Avenue LOUISVILLE KENTUCKY sub-ciip-ti- on - 1 I And paid in Cash without dis count of any kind Now Â¬ ww4 prizes to secure new subscribers as the he lkvrrn Courier Journal During the Pst 18 Mabel cjull months it has given away in presents Yo ycon could I whi1v absolutely free 17400 in money not to J Jut Ji w t llcss Just tlien a mention such j rcmiuin ai ticks as sewing rude voic bohi i tieiu ealloi machines winches guns etc This in wotV the dilVer Say Mr D spite of the business deiession that is eue titweei jnviey th ou an cia c lire felt as much more in newspaper others craelfers I j j t prf under tie bench than in any other business Tlie Weekly I le illy J o i lcnowil Courier Journal has just announced the n to pop in n minute Why it conlucky guessers in its May rainfall of these guessers an you aini test There were 222 And that niyht his sister didnt know distributed over the states of Alabama whether to have him whipped or tc Arkansas Kentucky Texas Tennessee give him her etter jnip Mississippi Indiana Virginia Missouri Iowa Ohio IVnnsyl Louisiana Illinois Indian Territory Nebraska vania Michigan South Carolina South Dakota Wout Viririiiii New York California Florida Washington and Oklahoma 2s o A tbetter indicator of the circulation of the Weekly Courier Journal could be had than this list Sample copies of the fiV yv paper with full details and blanks may ss--- it i be had by sending a requtst on a postal ft li1ik li- Courier Journal rniy card Address Weekly Ky Con test closes July jn Louisville 1 1 Â¬ tifAZ TTTr MJLb - GAVtAI ato TDnnr 0 1 nHUL ir s WIAKKS VT VgC n r-- CA I HT1N A ITKXT Torn prompt nnsner und un ImiRst opinion writu to Imd CO il INN iV In the who ImvobiiHlm--- nearly llfty ycura oxporiunco pntent roinnuinlcn tloiiabtrlftly coiilldontlJil A IlundliuoU of In formntlon conconilnn Iali ntH mul how to ol taln thutn sunt free Alao a cmnloeuo of uitchnn luil anil pciontlilc hooks hnnt ficc Co rccolvo latmits tnken throiiKh Miinii ppcclal notlcolntlio Srionlitir American anil thus uru hroucht widely botonitho puhllo with Â¬ out cost to thu Invnntnr This sDlundld paper Issued pel v eleuant ly lltuct rntcd hast hy fur tho JiirKost circiiliitlou of any jsciuntltlc work la tho world St a year Snuiplo copies f cut free Itulldlni lMltlon monthly ttUia year Slimlo copies J5 cents Kvery number contains heau tlful plutcs In colors nial photographs of new houses with plauB uaablliar builders to show tho uitest designs and vecuru contracts Address MUNN A CO- - NkW VoitK HOI JIIIOA11WAY COPYRIGHTS mountain people prepare your stock and produce and be on hand to compete for these handsome prizes BgguFor iSJOSLOO A FOR 011 YEAR INDUSTRIOUS 11 TrE further particulars Â¬ Pre address tho Secretary miums will be announced in a short time IT F 1MERATT IVes K A E --------- ittt BOUGHT VpTES fil v J i fresh roiJcv irlocrisp ana Serious DolV t in tliojLYu Htialiaa System I VVW iy co flaky while cracker w JIOofiipil nmm Met fliy oosfis Co WITH I DINOFELDKR KASHiSecy Willi want not ktliHt iHiilciiHiintimil prolltnhlc If peiitriH joiiiiiililctti iiimiiilliitclv touch men mul woiiiuii how to fin from bftOO iter dry to 8iIOO pur jcurwlli li tut huvliif Imd iitcvfoui xpirliii aul lm nl tliiMiiipluMiiont a which thoy can muko that aiuiniiil iinrilllllciiltto ihc work la learn or 1h1t iciiiilriS innclt time tlmy healllij ami honorable mid can huilonu dtir I11K ihivtline or evonliiK illit III joiinnvn 11 local Hy wherever you lle Tlio lesnlt nf UiiIh n wcikH MliKeH liniirf work often Wo hae taught llioim nidi of both ncxen and nil iies and inanv luno laid foundation that will hiirely IiiIiik them I lclii- hnine of the amiirtOBt men In t lilt fiiiintrj one tliclr nuccem In life to the mart Riven them while In our omploy yenra Von render ruiv do in well try It Vott iik Weill you out cannot fail Noeiiplnil iiicenar with toinetliiiif that l iiimv hoIIiI and Hiire A hook brimful of advice In free to all Help your cell hy urllluu for It to day not to morrow UelajHiuticontly fw E G ALLEIrVS B-- BARRINGER - J20 CO Vv AUGUSTA MAINE 41 fell Iinporters and JohheVis of AND m The charges of frauds in tlie recent ti municipal elections at St Paul Minn e which it is claimed that possibly by 1000 votes were bought and paid for and the goods delivered as so much mer chandiso would be ate being make there The method by which the fraud is alleged to bavo been accomplished shows a most serious defect in the Australian system of voting It is claimed that in each of the precincts where frauds were perpetrated the Democratic judge had managed to secure out of the numbered ballots ThN wak delivered to the ward heelers It was iiwl w tliilin iiniloil us desired handVd to a voter whose vote had then been jmrclused The voter after secur ing his regular blank ballot fioni the judges would retire to one of the stalls substitute his marked ballot deposit it in the ballot box and then go out to the gang deliver the blank ballot and get his pay The second ballot would be used in the same manner and so on The charges are general no names being mentioned but whether or not shuw a ay ions defect by which the Australian law iii9tead of acting as a check to frauds only furnish bribers a receipt that purchased votes have been delivered Â¬ 41 w- s I - 7 Uiat3 Jl xplo6c w w rriLl Lrn Mnhp YwtcKiix tlftrriih iW eal Ibis eraser bt you touched Kjilnlttif DRY Nos 5117 GOODS NOTIONS Suroissnis to arkr Hioh it Co Importers and Jobbers of AND NOTIONS LOUISVJLLK KY 5M and G1- 1West Main Street LOUISVILLE A AVroiiK KY w Iinpri Kulon -- am afraid that angel pantry and CAMITON KY cake I made for you is ruined Will practice in the Twickenham Umph dont believe adjoining counties courts of Wolfe and the All ImikIiiunk entrusted any firecracker would hurt your angel to our care will receive prompt attention cake Twickenham Well it did Mrs Theres a big dt it in it Truth 1 Mrs Twickenham Oh dear that bud boy let olf a big firecracker in the A HOWAKD STAMPER L ArroiiKrY-AT-L- A jTt day HAZEL GItEEN KY Ik PiitronuKu of the moiiiitiilii incrcliiuitK is most rispiit fully holicik il Truth money to Willie buy some punk with Use those cigars your Slimson mother got for me the other day Tho Toy Pistol The Trigger Chir ftro von lood lor tin IlirpoflH Papa wive me some J T MILLER Iron thu only incroliant in Wolfe comity who Mlls thu cilohrnticl DKAIKU IN Hardware and KY Sfeel II 1 J lu K JD SOUTH BEND PLOW C - PUREST AMD BEST LESS THAN HA LP THE PRICE OF OTHtR BRANDS i LEXINGTON ami ho respectfully invites fiirinerM to call und examine it lie fore iiireliiisliif ltirtM r 1 Peeord Livery Feed and Sale Stable A Or oat lilt HAZEL GREEN KY Razzlc Jogway went to the Fourth Vx ELECTRbpblSE of July fancy ball as a toy pistol CrDnubh and Single Dazzle Was his impersonation a suc Â¬ Kigs and Saddle Horses TWl MonthH limit iSrOO cess for hire Parties convoy A limited Vlmuor of instruments will Ilazzle Yes So much o that hu ed to any nolat on rcaxunlu rented at tM nominal price alniply able terms ijSr You can not afford didnt know when ho was loaded a an jid vertiaetnVnt Truth It has never to iiiU this opportunity 9 1 Mill also attend lo all calls for aucFor a family medicine Avars Sugar tioneering and solicit htnduuxN of this kind hern mado before imd will not last long llespcctfullv i Sec advertisement elsewhere Addrest Coated Tills are unrivaled They eradiJOlLSMl IMHllAlT Webb Lo uiaville Ky cate disease JuDois o Dont get gay or tli Fourth m loaded Ill J H PIERATT HEN WILLIAMSON ii 0 Solo nyeiitH lor NorthoiiHturn Ken ttieky cATUvTrsiiima ky CO POUNDSCK QUARTERSL54 FOR SOLD JUDtli IN CANS ONLY VICST v Jtar rZxZ PEINTIKG - AMOH DAVIH WITH IilllKUTY KY So Â¬ MINWTIS Â¬ 4 CATAIOfllKH lKTTKKIIKADS KNVHlOIl 4- - 4 fvtnipaper eull lit fuotlen lnl ruul Hint fan li up Mlth type Bcttman Bros MANUFACTURERS 00 AVet Co CLOTHING Â¬ 4THE HERALD OFFICE ky jiAin oiuin la rcHjicct fully Holicltctl Htreot CINCINNATI of Knitern Kentucky mereliHHta Thtriulc lcnrl Tsitfii wuWW 1 in dt -- lHiill - ti l I T MU vf m i J iL lliXl tl4ijarii tftiin tin n nil MuMJHbi Mmr - M rtfg A a JIUU 4JJ r F Iff - u 2 - - f 1 ihiiwhu mi JJ 1 V HfVa IS 1 KWnTOmrm - H Ill - V3K3B KBltJL3Li0 EPBRCER COOPER Editor I Vitr Init Mr 1801 Judge Woods of tho United State The iillouiitt re the dates of meet federal court at Indianapolis Ind on fiiscH of KMitueky fairs this year as far Saturday afternoon iued an order as heard from against tho American Railway Union Springfield July 17 1 days Stanford July Ml 2 days Kugeno V Debs its president and its Lebanon July 21 Jl days petition of the other o nicer on the days Lawrehcehurg July ill Monon railroad restraining thorn from il days Danville Aug I days interfering with any mail trains of the Mnysville Am - An days Chicago Niehl8tvillplaintiffin their movement from days Eminence Aug to Hammond and elsewhere in the state days Unlontown Auc 11 of Indiana Versailles Aug M I days 1 g 71t r LrreayAvantmttaririjwMKJyBifJa - LArif -- - rw5rrrtTTr ra 1 -- 71 81 1 1 m- ThuusjAy HAZEL GREEN KY 5 Inly 1894 t isx i f The Republicans of thU district in convention nt Stanton on Tuesday night nominated Hon Tho Hopkins of Pike county na their enndidnto for congress from thla district At the end of the 38th ballot luHopponcntM liad withdrawn and ho was nominated on the IUh 1ml Mr lot practically by acclamation in the JIopkitiH represented Pike county Inst legislature defeating Hon 0 A Bowlec the Democratic candidate and himself a very popular man by Ull ma jority tho county being Democratic by Ho lived awhile or wan Homo 200 votes perhnps rained in Kloyd county and there won every political contest ho that those of Iuh party who know him bent consider him invincible He is a Haptfct preacher and in said to be a man of mind and magnetism It is also churned that he is Now all this a mixer fiom Mixervillo is pretty fair but he has never yet per hups encountered a foe worthy his Hint Tho Democrats purpose next Tuesday at Camptou to nominate a man for the November stakes who in the contest for congress on tho fth of that month will politically leave the Pike county candidate at the post And dont you Rook Island train No 10 outbound from Chicago was ditched by strikers at Rlue Island at 10 Saturday The train was going slow and little damage- was done Six hundred strikers at Riverdalo ditched two Pullman sleepers on the Pittsburg and Washington express on tho Panhandle road Sixteen deputies in charge of the train made no resistance Shelbyville Atiir Lcxiuetou Aug Columbia Aug Wineliextcr Aug Jl 12 -- I Madiouille IIAZKI HiMvliue Anir 2 Franklin Amr forget it Our young friend Henry L CJodsey who has been secretary to Congressman Lislo ince emigres convened was last week appointed to the position of disbursing clerk and chief of division in the postoflico department at Washington at The place a salary of 175 per month is one of honor trust and importance and shows that he is held in high esteem It is also by tho postotliee authorities toward promotion to postollieo a step inspector and after a probationary period of two months ho may get a position of that kind should a vacancy occur His fidelity to tho trust imposed in him by Congressman Lisle coupled with the ability he has attained by assiduous ap plication secured him this place and that same faithfulness to present and future duties will continue to forward him on to positions of higher honor and We congratulate him greater trust upon his present proferment and hope tho future may find fur him the acme of his ambition be that what it may and in this wish wo are most heartily joined bya host of his friends here at home Â¬ Â¬ V tv Tho paper that reaches the largest numbcrof homes is the one which is read by the greatest number of people and is therefore of the most benefit to business men as a means of advertising the wares they have to sell Such a newspaper is A hone kieked 11 S Shafor of the Tin HniiAin ahd a trial of its advertis- Freemver Hmise Middleburg N Y on ing columns will convince the most the knee which laid lilm up in bed and rained the knee joint to become still A skeptical that such is a fact friend recommended him to ue Chamberlains Pain Ialm which he did and Louis Friedman a merchant of Win- in two days was able to be around Mr chester was found dead in the cemetery Shafor has recommended it to many at that place Saturday with a bullet hole others and says it is cxcollloiit fur any kind of a bruise or sprain This same Somo thought it a case of remedy is in his head also fainon for its euros of suicide but the List person seen with rheumatism For sale bv John M Rose Miss Lena Uagsby also a resihim was The lliipi of This KtKlon dent of Winchester and it is thought Wo have received a cp of the annual she killed him because he was going to catalogue of the Hazel ireon Academy marry another woman for tho yrar ending Juno S 1891 The school hsjtist closed its most prosperous The walls of M C Russells four story voir Th eiiinllmeiit for the year was warehouse at MavsviMe gave wav Satur lr7 It ft v of thise euro led in the teach and twenty three in the music ers day and wrecked a considerable portitn con t eourM so There were SO day pupil- - 5S of the building Twelve carloads of boarders and nine pupils in town tempo sugar had just been stored therein ami rarily This is a irood showing There No one are several eourstsof tody One leads was tho cause of the accident to the sophomore year of the Kentuckv was injured The loss may reach 0000 University We congratulate the founder and promoters of this school the John Mullinix who killed George community in which it is located and llaukins at Marion two weeks ago by the section of the state it seeks to ele shooting him three times with a pistol vate Those higher schools are the hope of this region In them toaeheis are to through his pocket has been indicted bo trained for the district schools where for wilful murder The feeling is still the masses ate to be educated lack on Hustler very bitter against Mullinix Do vm want the best rolls Do von want the host Hoar Prendergast who murdered Mayor If yon do bring your wool and wheat to in Chicago last October Mavtown and yon will iret the best Mill Carter Harrison was on Tuesday found not insane by a ami machines riiiininu every day Maytown Miii Co jury impanelled to inquiie into his m itv and he will be hanged Kridav Jul v in lit Success In Wisconsin Kith Mr A llohlen a prominent breeder at Sheboygan Fa Ms Wis writes During have had grand results English Anderson the man who killed the last year tieorge Alexander near Mt Sterling was with the u eof Quinns Ointment committed to jail without bail and will have cured side bones curbs splints and other bunches aod cm say that I have have to answer before the next Mont had better siieee s with Quinns Oint gomery circuit court for his crime ment than anythihg have ever u ed This is the universal expression of the Tho news clones from Washington that leading breeders and horsemen every whete A trial package will be sent to Secretary Carlisle and Congicssman Stone any address upon receipt of 2 cents silhave both been quite ill for a week past ver or stamps llegular size li0 tic I Mdv Address W Co is giatifying to hear also that they livered but it Whitehall X Y For sale by John M are now on the mend 1 Â¬ Â¬ Rardstown Sept Paris Sept f days Padneah Sept 11 f days days FJiziibothtown Sept II Horse Cave Sept IS I days days Sharp burg Sept 18 Owonslmro Oct J o days lav Gorniantown Oct il Papers that are now puhiNhiug this list will confer a favor by inserting the date of our fair I 1 tireen Sept IliFFNSFIfl l days f days days days I days 8 I davs 1 1 I 15 r days days HAYS Â¬ When in Lexington call on L G STRAUS Leading Clothiers who carry a larger line of CLOTH IMG and sell for less money than any house in the bluegrass capital A Watch free with every purchase of 5 or over Â¬ w Â¬ -- Â¬ WKWiinwijl1 vrtjll tatftrlm ioirvrmiMirw t nnniilmnir n m wiriiniiiiiiw nwwi w Traders Deposit Bank MT STERLING KY Capita J M G i 200000 Sruiius V f30000 Cashier HIOSTArF rresioVut I 1 HFtalCoi DEALERS IN KIKKPATItirK Vieo President W THOMSON 1 ehnits lnnei trader ntitl Ittisinvss men ijenerullv throiiyliout Mattel n Keiititeky A general fitinitic ines ilomlive tis a 1 Were jHetfnlh -- olieit the hio iness of iium - 4 Â¬ ehance ti vn u hank litmk nay your eheelo and loan vu mnv when in need W W TitoMisoN Cash ii UliUI ill- 4 iPfloi ACADEMY OF THE VISITATION roi Bas5asEMl Y0UHG LADIESAdirIrabiles Ilii - jfe- - - r Everything now points to the nomina tion of lion J M Kendall at Campton on Tuesday next It is understood that ho has thirty six instructed votes and therefore needs only a fraction over one half of u vote to secure the prize Where this fraction of a vote is to come from wo do not know but presumably he has second instructions in some of the coun ties and as soon as their home candidate falls Joe will get more than enough to nominate Indeed we see no possible chance for his opponents to combine against him though political history records cases where candidates have gouo into conventions with more than th necessary vote and then been defeated Lot us hope that the meeting at Campton will result harmoniously Rose A Â¬ Hen Breathitt county and his wife were each shotand wounded by the same pistol ball reasonable For particulars address May last Thursday or Friday night Mr Combs had been out trading that day town Mill Co Maytown Ky itud upon returning hung his coat in the hall and in the coat pocket was his pistol The night being warm he and his ITirilJ 9 s Hlljri ifal STT BB wife retired without closing the hall door In the night Mr Combs was awa UiRJ UV kened by an unusual noise and jumping OK from the bed found himself cotifronud Â¬ 1 T Hen Malt Combs Shot Matt Oombs of Lost creek in horse power potable saw mill complete and if needed a good corn mill all in complete order Price and terms first class 2 4k J J m 114 m k m urn r t rf M1 il i Ji UMilUiDU j ft J 1 8 3 1 f tVU rI n Â¬ PI Uve Stock I the llkinn n Mine irnst Jleion Hire the pupil- eiijiy the cotutu ts of home air tramthe ditiactions of a city aid ean eoiisiMjuciitly with greater facility avail themselves of flic advantages allordod ofa tlionnili enueation Terms rijje r iialdiMusic Ciayon and Painting extra House is heated hy steam apparatus ilW turthcr jiarticulars address Slstori tho Visitation B V M - Ky Whito Sulphur iiiMiliitinn mult r the diieution of the Sifters of the Visitntititi I V M h sit natetl in a hcaitliv and linuitifnl local ty of 1- - - Hal Cookrill who has been on trial at Irvino for soven years oil and on for the killing of James Kmeriue and was once sentenced to the penitentiary for four years but was granted a new trial was acquitted Monday in tho Estill circuit court Hon John Ronnett of Richmond Riddell of Irvine wore and Kiddell while tho commonwealth was his counsel represented by Stato Attorney J Inward Grant 13 Lilly of Irvine urn Hon A Able of Hichmond B Buriihaut HpecohcH wore made on both sides and mudi1 interest waa manifested in the case When tno nroposcu incrcaso oi me uix on whisky from DO cents to SI 10 a gallon is decided in tho house there will bo a great necessity for using guagers to allow the diatillorti to get out thoir Hiipply in a V SUOrt limo vuHimiaiiuiii t ui iinviiu Revenue intends to give tho collector of Internal revenue in each district tho power of appointment of Hitch gaugers aa he limy need without tho intervention of the department Now is tho timo to 41a your application muzzle of the pistol struck Mr Combs had the effect of turning him irtially around just as the pistol was di eharged and in consequence the ball pentrnted his flesh glanced around on his ribs and passed through the right foci t Mrs Combs who had gone to her hu bands assistance Mr Combs wrested the pistol from his would be assissin who broke away and ran out the house and Mr Combs followed and closed the door As quickly as possible they struck a light ami Mr Combs then discovered that he and his wife had both been wounded by tho same bill and that ball fired from bis own pistol which he had supposed Further in Â¬ was in his coat in the hall vestigation showed a dog ami coat just outside the door both of which were recognized as belonging to one Ilollon a man who had recently been working for Mr Combs and son of Si Ilollon long since deceased These suspicious cir cunwtuueos led to the arrest of Ilollon as the guilty party Tin Hih amis informant left before the examining trial took place and wo are unable to sttite tho result of it Ren Combs is a half brother to R S Combs of Campton and a brother-in-laof John II Hollon near Leo City whoso sister he married and his friends are glad that ho escaped so well w bv a man who pushed a pistol to his side and fired The force with which th QUI 118 C of teaching Prices moderate For catalogues or information write to This school now at the head of Colleges for Young ltdies in Kentuckv o tiers the liest advantages to p ircnts wishing to edu cate their daughters well Comfortable rooms good fare and the best IB Country Â¬ AND louisVix W 5 r CO m HOWS v WMMill W m win i t- i m MF in Amjjri hlAf i roods Etc C VCINNATI O REV 1 POPE President MILLKItriltriUi KY Produce STDONT FORGET THE PLACE No 1 NOS ION Third Mace IniU Union 1JJ I trde Â¬ WHEW YOU WANT A WATCH Jrv Or anything in tho lowolry lino lot mo know it I will furnish you goods worfh tho money and YOU will haVOGlTAHANTKK nt homo whoro you can uso it Hospoctfully ano onQpneos are TjK LOWKSf Special attciTtlon given tnai orders 1 We carrv thd Kootls tlntwH It your DRY SpODS2 AND 1 -- Custom House Block ICY HAZEL 0 KEEN a nt bottoiPC8 you ciHWwnys find tin liest If you in P i NTIONS the KSi mt new style1 T KZ1CL P fiARD a THE JEWELER Ky Morgan County HB fcOly MAUPIN WITH iIi WITH iiiiiiiii CO m CASSML SPRUES anj jll Wost Main Set LBXIXfiflON KENVCKY 16 SaniuohTcc King Mt Stoiling carry tho most comploto lino of dred goods to bo found in Enstorn Kentucky and tho lady who wishes fashiotmblo fabrics for hor summer weir should write them for samples and prices Or better still go and seo thoin and make her own selections Tho price will bo right for thoy sell lis low aa auybody Â¬ WHOLESALE DltY GOODS NOTIONS BOOTS SHOES CATLKTTSBUUQ 1 D H CARPENTER c KY J II PHILLIPS W M KERR TOUHUnS IN WMJ B LOCJ Drusn is How to half solo all fSTn CPRFT I llU oCUni Oyour foot wear without Hardware a laat ami Blast Itock without rook tnmp lug sent for 25o Address Z T LKW1S it FINK IO ritlNTINO CAM AT THIS OFFICE CO Ciuiey Ky for these valuable receipts FOU Agricultural Implements I RONTON O m mmI wBt 3HESTER fv Mnll oriUMfSiroinntlr attred to and your patron is ilcsiredjall when ia tne ouy I- - mmn i J TOH KBRAE ANNOUNCEMENTS For Congress MkAWi of the ircMil riiimiv n n OSKPI ICentuekv Democratic urty I i fm r Wolfe county Miljcct iIx i sue pvniilc tit tic nulls In 4iWM Vtit ii 1vdv We arc nutlioriziil to iiiiMiiiiiwn iitV K ForShoiitf otiiii i lllKI i icii lvM if uTniS PAPER is all linnin print aud ii yon vaut all tllO tJOOfl Hi It ft r it onnfnitie Ron ShOtlld rOTll nVIIIV nHloln tti nnnit the eight pages You will iind all tho local nova that way Horn to the wife of Arless Marker on Sunday evening Inst a boy i iltu iBV0 nious of the snake family as having the behind tliem at Campton a host ot Silas Kimli of this place and Will mouse in its mouth it could not strike friends and take with them from here Z Jones of Hedges left heie Monday aft Â¬ It was a jirovidontial escape from a poi the best wishes of all our people for sonous bite aud maybe death for which their future happiness and success in ernoon for a visit to West Liberty 11 jmu fj n In the life these people are quite thankful C Vt r Lula and Nellie Kvuns who were visit- future they will look the bed carefully n The entertainments given by the school ggup 11 5YoiV7L ing their grandfather Gov Kvnns at before retiring to see that it contains no I u s2 M here on last Wednesday morning and Campton returned home on Thur day unbidden bed fellow of the copperhead was quite a success The morn anil through this vigilance they evening Fletcher MeOnire who bus been at species able to kill the dead snakes mate ing exorcises consisted of orations decla maybe Hot Springs Ark for Mime time taking as they generally use together mations recitations and songs The evening exercises consisted of dialogues the baths got home Tuesday about midnight Grant Lacy who has been away from orations declamations songs etc All KY Do not fail to read the advertisement here for about two years returned Sun the various participants performed their respective parts in a very praiseworthy This school on tors upon its fifth your in Soptomhor nnd it is bo of Caldwell College Danville It is one day night During his absence he was manner and showed a great deal of invert that no othor school in tho state if in tho ontiro south has mot in Texas awhile but latterly has been of tho best schools in the state for young Tho whole secrot living in Iowa near Bedford the same talent in that line and also that they with such remarkable success in so short a timo ladies neighborhood in which Miles Little loca had been properly trained Some parts lies in tho fact thaU Vanted From 1500 to 12000 feet of ted And by the way Grant says Miles of the exercises surpiied anything we EACH BOY IS TRAINED ACCORDING TO HIS NEEDS six inch poplar fencing plank to be put is doing well with a 100 acre farm good ever remember to haw Ten in an entertainment of a similar character There and trained by one of tho best Faculties in tho state on the ground in Il izel Green For par- stock etc Miles Murphy who sold out OWE ticulars write this ollice aud went to Texas is now a resident of was quite a large audience on Wednesday YOlTU HOY AN EDUCATION Why not give him THE BEST the neighborhood also he having moved evening the court room having been You can educato your boy but once therefore do it right Hoarding M and Mrs Cord accompanied bv to Iowa last fall lie has a farm of 00 packed to its utmost capacity All pres their little son Robert and Mrs Ireland teres stock etc Jack Spicer and Dan ent showed theirapprooiation of the exer- Â¬ pupils under thoimmodiate supervision of tho Suporintondont and mother of Mr- - Cord left Monday for a Isom our colored friends live in Bed- cise by the good attention which they Faculty Send for elegant cataloguo MILITARY DISCIPLINE with the exception of a few visit to Hath and Miwnn counties Mr Lacy gave ford and are both doing well C W F0WLEY Superintendent Major drunken toughs who usually haunt such Lack of vitality and color matter in will probably remain here for two or places to create a disturbance These now that he three but the bulbs causes the hair to fall out and will mouths in thinks to Iowa with however were promptly waited upon by DANVILLE KY the fall go back We leconimend Halls Hair gray turn Avis theoilicers which state ho is verv much pleased FOR YOUNG WOMEN Renewer to prevent baldness and gray I lino IiicoiiIoh ness Two CoIIclc Courses in Latin Greek Math Modern IiuiKiuujes Ac lending to A H The Johnson county delegation to the Cutting wheat is now tho order of the and II tS degrees Fifth year opens Sept 12 1811 Address J T Day and wife accompanied by Republican convention were guests of day l A tAMPBKLL President 152 their little daughter Daisy left Tuesday the Day House Friday night en route to ummwummmm Tt J W Congleton has gone to Irvine on I mwwi wmw for Winchester where they will visit Stanton and coming back the Magollin Robert J McLiu and wife their son in- delegation stopped over Tuesday night at business Mr Dcliusk of Hazel Green came law and laughter for toveril weeks Mr Kirk of Faints the same hostelry AND LISTEN TO US over this week looking after a school ville who was a prospective candidate Dr M C Kash of Farmers came up lor congress himself was at the head of Pev H F Dunagan of Morgan coun on Tliursdav last to visit his mother and the former crowd aud jolly Jeff Prater ty is here this week cutting his wheat You nuiNt have goods aud vc intist liavr brother and on Sunday started back of Salyersville chaperoned tho Magollin the money We w ill giiarauteu u saving of accompanied by his mother who will contingent Not a man of them so far MtA J Hollon has returned from bad Sterling market and reports Id to 25 per cent to yon on every par make her home with him for awhile as noticed gave evidence of cxhilcration luck chase from us We sell everything in looking upon the the Dry Goods and Notion fine Wo John Jones of White Oak and a or exuberance from we wondered why Died on Thursday June 2S a little sell Carpets Oil Cloths and Window wine that is red and young Mr Colvin of West Liberty all delegations can not emulate their child of Meredith Hrewor with the brain Shades at were here Sundiv gallanting some of If memory serves us right fever example Hazel Greens beauties and took in the Arbury Gibbs is confined to his bed always behave so well and Lig Methodist meeting at Uoe Chapel thoy dont pity heart trouble Dr Isaac FJkius has the niores Lexington and Mt Sterling prices not on Lacy creek i been called in it We make tents Clothing to orW 11 Nelson who is in the drug Mr and Mrs D U Sevedon of Morgan der at less than ready made prices Wo Miss Cora Combs of Hzel who is vis- business Kingville Mo has so give elegant guarautced iting Mrs F McGuire of this place and confidenceat in Chamberlains Colic much county visited the family of John 11 CholTerrill last Saturday and Sunday Nannie Mrs Maggie Castity and Mrs and Diarrliiea Remedy that he warA son of M C Sewell Kash of this place and nearbv attended era rants every bottle and oilers to refund killedlittle largest rattlesnake the other the the entertainment at Campton Wednes the money to any customer who is not To our customers Well give you tho biggest inducements you ever got to day that wiw ever killed on Holly day evening last satisfied after using it Mr Nelson takes to trade with us Try it thin year Rev J T Fieratt of your town will Mrs Maggie Oliver of Mt Sterling a no risk in doing tbit because the remedy preach at the Ralylield school house on ir the di etises fur hister of Mrs Dr Katb of this place is a certain cure RULE BOOBS 8T0RE which it is intended and he ktMW it the second Sunday of July at 10 oclock THE visited here Sunday and on Monday left a m accompanied by her For sale by John M Rose lor West Liberty Married at the rcsidenco of the brides ousiu Henry Maxey where both will W V John Wilson our town marshal last father Thomas Combs on the J7th of visit relatives for a few days wwmi wwmwi Friday killed a Id ck rattle make on the rune Miss Alice Combs and S King in head of Gillmore creek that had seven Rev II F Dunagan olliciatiug William Caskey of Grassy creek Morgan county the venerable father of rattles and a button and measured JJ A J W J Nathan Sarah and Lou our feHow towiiMiian W T Caskey is feet in length Mr Wilson bad just Hollon John R L David Isaac Lizzie again quite ill Mr Caskey and wife go stepped onto a little log when he heard and Zerilda Miller John and T Graham picpav WHOLESALE ONLY snake makes out every day to see him and Mrs Cas the peculiar rattle this to see whence as a aud II F Dunagan attended the enter- Â¬ the and turning warning remains throughout the hiy key on tho l7th of 139 137 Ohio wi sound ho ditcovered the snake in tho act tainment at Campton June Foil Svu The Day House only of striking Ho jumped onto it with both On June JR in a row between Dillard Jiotel in town Has 20 rooms largo feet and soon killed it aud Harvey Tyra tho latter tried to take room good stable good water sample Hi Drives injgfel Henry Maxey of Montgomery county a shotgun from Henry Landsaw and in Will be sold cheap 2 acres of ground lie the tussle the gun lired and twenty seven Address was visiting relatives here Sunday and part pay on long time is a cousin of Mrs Dr J M Kash and a shot struck Lesley Tyra on the leg and Mrs Lou Day Hazel Green Ivy brother of old LIdr Kern Maxey who indicted a very laid wound Two shot rsJ T lieratt and Mrs H F Pier used to preach in this country Though struck tho mother of the Tyra boys one jCTCSStuid for our Price at Siiaxohia ntt who visited friends and relations by living within fifty miles Mr Maxey Iris in each leg not been in Hael Green before for thirty St Helens last week accompanied I CO City Incills three children came homo years and he was amazed to see the the hitters riTflVEPf 1 nW Fields of Kzel was here last if in f nut fWMi U r p ii ii j2 WW Tliursdav under escort of S S Combs many improvements AW TA 33 gn week Mr H F lieratt JWll of Campton father of WOLFE COUNTY M Long of Upper flrnssy passed R The West Liberty brass band will fur- Â¬ through here last Saturday O nish the music for the delegates to the Cdtnplnn Cnrroncy Mr Clay Hose went to West Liberty SarPli IlmuHijk hmiho for FANCY DllY iUODS KUKNISUXNG Campton convention to vot by They A F Ryrd and John W Congleton Monday morning on business play the Kendall march GOODS and NOTIONS Alwnrys luivo Jiig Drivcw Spooiul attention will doubtless wont to Irvino last week returning M C Maloney of Lane was hero last Heboid the conquering hero conies to Mail OrdoiH Sunday week visiting his uncle CJ B Mnloney the as one of the appropriate airs for V S Albright agent for tho New r t irnrfciirrirtniiriMMBr uwrnm run imwiiiw ttii W P itithric of Louisville wh a wuww 9m Ttm occasion York Lifo Insurance company was in guest of the Allen limine onu day Itit Tt was rumored here Monday that Jim town yestorday aud some of our citizens week Ward Sut whom our Hazel Green rea were taking policies recent raiiHliave changed the looks Our public school will begin imme- of The crops in this neighborhood wonders will romomncr as ino nine son oi corn ii nIKM1 Green Ward who lived here some eight diately after the August examination derfully HMU to Lexington drop in and SCO ago and was afterwards killed in Tho teachers who aro to take charge will years II K Dunagan of Kzel Morgan coun us nnd wo will show you the biggest stock of Texas had last week shot and wounded bo on hand at tho examination to obtain ty preached an able sermon liere lust We have certificates Hotiie man in ilrcatliitt county Friday night at the church houcu no particulars Tho indications aro that foe M Ken Some school teacher witlt a first cliiaa dall will bo nominated for congress with- lints nnd Furnishings lor Men nnd Boys to read the lvertisementjllt n Do not fail hoi cuiito si Ho will in ail certificate probably would do well to ever saw Wholesnle nnd of the Kentucky I raining prolialmt como ltirt i mt wim twin r l mii apply lor our Mdiool as wo havo no teacher under contract appears in our paper today Major bow vUh 0 nslructe1 voteSf eome write to us and toll us If you Wo learned that Samuel Pollen last lirluw built up tins scnooi until itsuiinin what you want week struck Win T dwni jr across the HIV lUUIMUlli bill lWMnoFi i itiin tliMljl Lininiiiii lilUII iifiii K v iii tiitk niiiiinvi ilAIUII convention at Stanton which met Mon side of the head with a gun ami came 5 him beforo making arrangements for day prominent among whom are apt very near killing him out Suiigs their education Paris and Price Pose while looking Win L Hurst Z T Iluret Win K 8 for cattle out in the range lust Saturday You will make more than your expanses though if and instantly Wliito H K Uundiil etc William Murcuin shot said they heard five rattlesnakes singing Tho Irvine Lumber company of Irvine neighbor J J Walton at St selections killed his The boys becauio excited loft tho woods you eome iu person and make your Helens on Sunday night Murcuin and Rstill county made tin assignment for una come Home ami tlie smtKua are at ONE hnuvife had separated and Mrs Murcuin the benefit of creditors on the 21st ult large yet nought tho protection of Mr Walton to John H Stuart of Toledo Ohio who CO M KAUFMAN Tho elders of tho Christinn church and family On Sunday night Mr Wal was tho president of the corporation LEXINGTON KY 54 E Muin Stroot by ton with his family accompanied Mur- Stuart liowover failed to qualify and wants all the members of the church at W W Gould of Irvine executed a this place to meet them at tho church to church Mra Marcuni started and It 1h Hokiiowleilgeil to bo tho beotleenl to abuso his bond and urPdcrtook cuin came up and beganinterfered nnd trust They have onlyto carry out the house Saturday ill rvuiimuisj nuwnuriuu huh niiu scuum been in business ing a business wife when Mr Walton u win contain una year about two yetrs From tho Bchedulo Inr church Marcuni shot him dead Â¬ Quicksall of this place left ves tcrday morning to attend court at West Lilicrty H V BBnuiimiuiiwiiwiwiMiiiaM An Unwelcome UimI IoIIow which they file their nsseta are 76000 Letcher Davis and wife who live near in round numbers and their liabilities tho Drcnlhitt line in this county hud a 47000 They owo tho firm of Elkin very exciting and hair raising experience Congleton of Lane about 12700 nnd witlt a copperhead suako on the night of J Vaughn of thi place about 100 June 28 They had retired for tho night aud several other small sums in this com when Mrs Davis was disturbed by some muuity It is thought by some that thing eold crawling across one of her legs they will only pay a small per cent Instinctively inspecting that it was a This however depends largely upon the snnkc nh gave her limb a quick flirt manner in which tho trust is executed and jumped from tin bed when she at The select school here closed on last oiuv saw by tin litflit of the moons ruS Wednesday after a live months session thai it was indeed a snake and so told of very successful tchool work The to i sitting pos tllll liwlliw ivIim liiivt linl itlmrmi it e rata her uusl in illllir i lure and bit th snake which had coiled i uniSofoo to strike with his open hind nid all the tonns t their school work both of whom I at iM i ill i urn I vini iiiiui mini Ill it 11 are excellent ladies ti 1 J llH IUI- IIIUI1 ir J ttuiHicd th mnilo ami kiiiel ed onto home on Tliursdav afternoon Miss the tlnor whcic Mrs Davis with shoe in lloydcuburk goes to Michigan nnd Mi a hand hit it a tunning blow on tho head Vnnburen to Xow York They will not us it struck the tloorand killed it They teach the public school here this fall as then procured a light and proceeded to had been hoped bv all of our people but investigate when tliey found it to be an the American Missionary Association immense copperhead and on the bed dis under whose control our school will bo covered a mouse which showed that it for the ensuing year will furnish other hid been swallowed to tho shoulders bv teachers These go to other more lucra Â¬ the snake This doubtless saved both tive Holds of labor All our people who Mr aud Mrs Davis from being bitten by had become very much attached to them the reptile which is known to be the bv the live months association regretted most vicious as well as the most veni very much to give them up They leave In iiiiiiuiiiuiijjuji p WHAZEL JWTIRST tU Hrr mSr W nr5 UA n Ai2W qEs- - AXsg raK jijy fHH Qf 1 GREEN -- ACADEMY Â¬ o 0 SESSION OF 1804 95 -- TERM BEGINS M0NDAT SEPTEMBBR 3 I I 1 I 1 it A complete Faculty that is in sympathy with the educational interests of Kastcrn Kentucky Studies iu all departments of school work carried on KXIMCKSKS IOll TWKNTY WltKKS Matriculation Hoard n ft a Tuition r 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 twenty counties Karoll the first day and apply yourself and you will Join with nil In sny lag llnol Green Academy is the best and cheapest school in Knstern Kentucky Send for Catalogue for particulars 11 00 00 10 00 t 00 35 1 10 J tiyACAF Â¬ rir s2v r jtrajxucmax vY r Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ kentuckyTRAININu school MT STERLING gFYQ5 1 Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ CALDWELL COLLEGE 1 wrmmmmm Â¬ KEEP PERFECTLY STILL --- Â¬ Â¬ m0w fet MB IT CINCINNATI PRICES Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ tiflfill 1 WilftSler IIlTTON Proprietor m ft MERCHANTSWJOBWLOTWHOUSE and Race Street Cincinnati Â¬ 1 0I3BDEBt 11 SESS HAKB WSO LisljpJ 165 hWM rtii3ur 167 Race Street CINCINNATI fcTi V y ii Â¬ Â¬ big idrop irwTiMn i Â¬ ennt Retailyou J I 1 1 m i - UJM Mens Suits from Boys up irom 135 up PRICE CLOTHING HOUSE Â¬ ggrwtfgtjTHE HERALD SSS 1 r i rm V fviJ1 l x J4 Ji in n0mmm p T T A nrnwK jIMilul A 1Tf Hf T w T- - r HON C B HILL OF BEATTYVILLE d3MBfflL88 -- T the People of tlioTontli Coiigrcsulonnl Dlatrlct of Kentucky A condition of political aflairs in this district peculiar if not altogether unique brought about by tho withdrawal at tliia lato day of tho lion M 0 Lislo your present rcprcHentativc opens tho way for tho ontranco of other aspirants And yielding to tho solicitation of tho Democracy of my own county and numerous friends in various parts of tho district and also embracing what appears to bo a favorito opportunity to execute a well known wish on my own part by offering my services to tho district I hereby announco myselt a candidate for congress subject to tho action of tho Democratic party Three months ago I was urged by many leading Democrats to lake this step and tho pressure at homo was espec ially strong but impelled by tho conviction that tho Democratic custom of according u rcnomination by way of endorsement to a faithful representative Hhould not bo ignored in this caso I v declined and dismissed all thought of entering tho contest Tho retirement from tho raco of tho gentleman who was seeking this endorsement and whom J could not got my consent to oppose without cause removes tho obstacle to my candidacy and brings you face to face with tho duty which your citizenship imposes of choosing ninon a number of candidates who must come before you on their merits and claim your support on the score of pergonal fitness and Tidelity to tho indestructible principles of Democracy My duties and business experience over since T arrived at the age of twenty one years have been in the line of public airairs within circumscribed limits it is true and I have devoted no small Â¬ -Â¬ esa m AYERS W3fcp Hair Vigor m WFsm asy frYTSVw gflT Hb 4 H Restores faded thin mid gray hair to its original color texture and abundance prevents it from falling out checks tendency to baldness and promotes a new iiihL vigorous growth A clean safe elegant and economical hair dressing Mhrnu o AND MXJX WMJfl SAVE YOUR HOUSE iMKIllliil CHEAP SIMPLE RELIABLE HANDY Insurance may cover actual loss of goods burned but it does not pay for time and trade lost while re establishing PltEVENT THE FI11E WITH A STEMFEL business fr iffy Howard CarletoN Tripp j Whon Indopomlcnco tiny coiiich round How fittlmr hIiiksI Youd think ho hud u pair of winds And mortgage on tho world of sound I Ho struts uhout much llku n bird TlmtH eaten tip ti wormy prlro Ills stiiKC lJho kuI t Heoms so ubsurd t Alott he looks with eagle eyes At ovory patriotic word When Indopondenco day ootnoa round Whon Independence dny appears Mut father Highs If clouds li nl f darken arching sides Just ready to ocrllow with tears Ho scowls at inotherH dress sd plain IIo hurries up tint morning chores And Hhould there full u drop of ruin IIo like ti very whirlpool roars If stormy how he does complain Whon Indepondonco day appears Whon Indopondenco day doth come vrsfc Everywhere Popular Isino months after having tho ty- Â¬ phoid fever my head was perfectly bald I was induced to try Ayera Hair Vigor and before I had used half a bottle tho hair began to grow Two more bottles brought out as good a head of hair as ever I had On my recommendation my brother William Cruig mudo uso of Ayors Hair Vigor with tho samo good Stephen Craig 832 Charlotte results St Philadelphia Pa XtciteQ Â¬ Â¬ JT SPENCER Morgan Counties COOPER Hazel Green Ky Ay ers Hair Vigor Trcparcd by Dr T C Aycr k Co Lowell Mosa Sold by Druggists Everywhere fCnll and WLt bog agent for Wolfe and tho Littlo Wonder Â¬ MMM WJV A a V 11 i Em M H wjem wm it J rr i n mi hi it n iririi m nm l ib M 13 and 15 W Main Street LEXINGTON WMi KY miw mt try iim jm TStonH SPaH Kn S v to tho thoughtful consideration of ques tions of public policy and popular interest with a view to intelligently discharging my duties as a citizen if nothing part of my time and energy assiduously Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ 33eattyvillo Ivy June more Within the short time that intervenes between the present and tho date of the county conventions I shall be driven by tho exigencies of the case to limit my canvass to only a few counties of the district and shall not be able to see many of you in person and express my views on public questions in your presence and 1 hope therefore that in performing tho sacred duty that devolves upon you as citizens and voters you will act with Respectfully patriotic deliberation 0 H HILL Â¬ Keeps bidding nil mankind Kojolco It seems a patriotic drum t Hell proudly don his Stmdayclothes Ills shoos nro blacked a shiny huo Ho to the celebration goes o Whore farmer neighbors And change of harvest hands propose When Independence day doth coino When Independence day gets hero Then fathers Joy Makes him appear an awkward boy With acts and language oh so quoorl The stories that escape his lips Tho actions that proclaim tho day Our highest Ideals all eel Ipso IIo gives his memory full play And patriotism drips and drips When Independence day gets hero llow-dyo-d- lint fathers voleo Do you want to make your dol- Â¬ Are you economically inclinod f such is tho ease you will certainly como to ue do double duty lars when you are in Lexington shopping We Give Mors Goods for a Dollar Than Any House in Kentucky vX V This week we aro making a special salo on Embroideries and Swiss Flouncings A v I rKMM V 0vL T nSo y AV y v- N- - 4n mU A i 7 r I j6rfi K 10c EMDROIDERIErffor llllll riJl 10 and 0c 50c Sc 10 tvllll lfe 25c 10c Ofii per yard l SWISS FLOUTCJNOS for a u oc I2rc When Independence day arrives NTo day of earth Has ipilte so much of rojul worth Oh dav on which our freedom thrlvcsl Day or all das We date from theo Mans splendid birth to grander powers Thou spirit or tho great and free Oh day of sunshine and of slioworsl Our freedom came from od through tho Whon Independence day arrives ffr o tho Â¬ -- Vi 1500 N QUEI SETS We JLOIMA SILK UMBRELLAS paragon frame 5c Sc 10c 15c 20c and 25c each JWWo INDIA LINEN in remnants vanU 10c MATLSTE al- Ific - s cll HAMMOCKS for 50c 75c 85c 05c Sl 75c and Se LADIES ONFORDS 50c UOc CEO 100 and up LADIES RIRRED VESTS C and S15U D lfc 75c J 1TRCELL hands of any but reliable 11 ISM IL LS i i r T- - li iy Uist June uck urawtonl Drought iws twelve mouths old child sullering from infantile diarrluua to me Ft had been weaned at four months old and being Itrnwii sickly everything ran through it like hinith as the water through a sieve 1 gave it the cNciirsion train usual treatment in such eases but withk tea mod out out benefit The child kept growing of the depot on thinner until it weighed but little more the morning of than when born or perhaps ten pounds Independ e n ee 1 then started tho father to giving it day My little Chamberlains Uolic Cholera and Uiar picnic will be a rhooa Kcmedy Heioro one bottle of the grand success 2G cent size had been used a marked You called it improvement was seen and its continued jr-picnic a Its weakne s and uso cured the child while ago when you were complaining puny constitution disappeared and its replied because the father and 1 believe tho childs life was Jhownsmith train was late gotten a Mrs who had just cin saved by this remedy T IWarlow der in her eye M D Tamaroa III For sale by John I only meant that it was gotten up M ltoso in your honor 1olttUN Vtn HUH itloriillty Oh I didnt know And you say There is a great deal more politics tho place where we arc to spend the than morality in the bitter crusade now day is mjt near any farmhouse being waged on Col Urcokinridgo in his None at all Trains do not stop congressional district Hrcckinridgewas there regularly but this being an ex guilty of licentious conduct His sin cursion one will let us oiT lound him out Ho acknowledged it Hut suppose it rain with manly straightforwardness and Impossible we shall have a delight Â¬ promised to lead a better life So far as ful day 1 hope so tho public is informed ho is keeping his My arms ache witli pledge Ho has been received back into carrying all these packages tho church is supposed to have been for One has to carry a good deal going givou by Him who said to Mary Mag where you cant possibly get anything Go and sin no more who for- - Still I see no use in that novel and dalen irnvn tlm lliiif on tint iriN4 mill tluiui camp stool who shed His own blood vet the pro If you expect me to sit on a snaky fessed christians in the Ashland district stump and watch you fishing youre positively decline to forgive Col Breckin mistaken ridge Men and womon who would You could take caro of tho fish iniidol blasphemer and shriek Unnecessary dear Lvo been fish Â¬ until their throats wcro parched if one ing with you before dared rofor to Davids ravishment of lust let me take a look at that Uriahs wife or Solomons notorious sen- - tackle will you duality aro wherensing and resoluting to Why where goodness Percy I tho offeet that tho commonwealth of must have left it behind I remember Kentucky will bo forever disgraced I sot it down in the waiting room when if the repentant Hreckinridgo is returned you said my bat was on crooked Good gracious Thats like a woman to congress They aro not only striving tooncompnss his defeat but are pursuing cant be trusted to do anything The liim with a persecution as vindictive dny is ruined and a hate as hellish in its unreasoning Well fishing is a cruel sport any- Â¬ rancor as that which distinguished tho how Cant cant you uso a bent pin heresy hunts of the seventeenth century and tho string off ono of tho boxes Tho Litter war now being waged on Col You lost your senses too it seems 33reckinridgo is not religion it is not Chris Â¬ Couldnt you oven take caro of that 1 had also your two papers a box tianity it is not in tho interestof morality it is polities pure and simple in There arc of cigars my parasol my handbag a congress bottle of ginger in caso wo should bo others who covet his seat is butono vulnerable spotin his long ill and my overshoes Whilo you Thoro public record his penchant for pretty Had only your gossamer umbrella women camp stool and novel a coireo pot my Ho is a magnificent specimen of intel- Â¬ fishing rod and tho lunch basket lectual manhood His war record was a Oh Im hungry do got out tho brilliant otic His Democracy is above lunch basket Tho sardines nro In tho suspicion Ho has over been devoted to left hand corner over iho pie tho best interests of his state and there Where fit tho lunch brsket T is not gold enough in tho great round havent seen It sinco you sot it world to influence his public acts Should down to show our tickets his ono fault damn him politically The And I forgot to pick it up again express does not deny it but it does say Clara wu havent a bito to cat all day that if only lit Dian cast stones at and tho nearest farmhouse is twelve Breckinridge his life would bo in no im miles away inedialo danger and if only Sir Cud And then tho eugiuo whistled for ahnds wore eligible to congress that more their crossing a or less honorablo body would not get y Examine the date after your nanie on in a thousand years If on quorum indifferent to beautys blandish Â¬ tho margin of this paper and if behind nioji ments had beoii permitted to servo this send usl at once for which wo will be nation in her legislative halls ih bright q iito thankful ol Ait stars fn her intellcctua croivn the Tin Hkuau iHiill Jiomo print now would never have illumed and only i a ear Texas hxpvem Jwid San Autonia people whon you are looking for We nro tho largest CLOTHING house in Central Kon lucky and make a specialty of 700 and 10 A BARMECLDE PICNIC Suits With every suit for Men II T II I S in wo give a guaranteed lever movo pleasant in r e nionf dust proof WATCH AND deed luarked youn CHAIN KHI2K White Mall iMr Begin ins Year not to buy until Lot your first Carpets Curtains Rugs be a resolution you liavo seen us for- entiy m - Oil Cloths Mattings Things GRAVES VICTOR COX KY CO You will run no ehanco aro what thoy seem LKNINOTON There will bo no disappointments in store for vou x A B0GAGRT rnrnm piaif2ciuni 17 Jeweler KY mm fop -- i HUGH HICKS MANAOER 87 X Broadway LKXIXGTOX KY Short Street LEXINGTON 1 Diamonds Watches and Jowolry Reliable Goods Fair Donling and Bottom Prices All Goods and Work DEALER IN Guaranteed HARDWARE QUEENSWARE TINWARE And a Full Line of Agricultural Implements Mitchell Wagons Owcnsboro AYngons McCoriniek 3imlcrs find Mowers rhitclcys Solid Steel Binders and Mowers Repairs kept in stock for MeCorniick Whitelcy and Champion Machinery Granger and Tiger Hay Hakes Avery and Malta Double Shovel Plows Â¬ John Is t It o M Rose Â¬ dies tho justly celebrated HAZEL rSREKN KY only firm in the town which h un Â¬ Shoes C P Tracy Co The Boots and fWliiii from the wholesale house of PORTSMOUTH OHIO Â¬ von want the PKST footwear give him a call nolly 10MRS HOUSE CAMPTON KY Glueensware at Cut Throat Prices Best and Cheapest Cook Stoves and Ranges on the Market MANTELS ND GRAXE L4o J R HOLLON PuoiiurroK Tho jmtroiuifie of tho traveling public is respectfully solicited Table the best and every attention to the comfort of guests eo imitc Xortli Maysvillc Street The Farmers Fi iBid A FLO YD RYRD Cnmpton Ky Y-AT- Mt Sterling Ky ATTO LINE -L AW d Abstract of title furnished eollee tions made and prompt returns giniruntced ttmneeted with thehnv firm of Wood Day Mt Sterling Ky in civil practice T V As it is Springtime of course cveryHip will want to clean house and must hffiwo il A New Carpet JOHNSON Campton JOHNSON ATTORXEYS-AT-LA- Hnel Green SWANGO W J 11 KWANQO or Matting Window Shades or House burnishing Goods Will practice in the Wolfe county and cir cuit courts Collections promptly made mid abstracts of title tarnished on short Â¬ notice H U D MOORE WITH CO Rockers Pianosr La t tress md everything that you Organs Bureaus Tables can iind in a lirst class Furniture Homo We have tho larÂ¬ gest line of Carpets in Eastern KentfflJvy and our Furniture sure to can ana is tne latest ami at rociv notiom pricey see us at MASONIC TEMPLE Such as Bedroom Suits Cheap J3edsmad je BEH WILLIAMSON CATLKITSUUltG Hardware Cutlery KY Sole agenoy for South Head Plows d meow m mmww Ky EHS Mt Sterlin M d TQH J P LOOKHAUT REKTWCSW ZEL KY WHOmSiXl MT STEKLINI TRIMBLE BROl mi KY o ih -- OtaKJ rJ c jri WrTra Tt PwMY1 w SrMMfJ pgT am S t V K r iAoj VTiPyvi tHWMWftmm IT - f If T5Wi Mt nw v w vy W sfess OPYRIQHT V a RiCIARD MALCoLAJofiMSToy I0Q2BY rfD4IRelNCbXTCPMPANX I tak- Â¬ CHAITKI cnvTivrrn He secmcil to hesitate hut presently cried though not very loud Well if this isnt the unexpected est not to say foolishest and cussed est piece of stulT I ever know or heard of Theres the will in the court of ordinary that old Mr Flint as re- Â¬ spectable a man as is in Rahhvin county swore he saw signed and swore he Â¬ I and the others witnessed it and he answered every single question was lint to him and care and never did eare for my inter- Â¬ ests although theyre your own be Â¬ sides you take it upon yourself to call it an outrage and insinuate that I Aint you afraid to talk to me in that way Then he rose and stood looking down upon her She saw not into his eyes but he saw into hers and in them was all the bravery with which innocence when feeling the Almightys presenco can withstand other might however strong angry and threatening Afraid to talk to ou thus Why I bless Jod Mr the fear I have to talk to you othorwise Powerful as you are Wiley Amerson and dangerous you cannot put upon me anything which tlfxl may see lit to prevent It may be His will that you be not hindered from striking me If so that will be done iMany far better than I have suffered harder Rut I dont hueli things Would yon know why believe it Not because of any manfulness in your being that rtvolts at the indelible lot that would be on your name but be cause you know that my brother tJil mer when he heard it world at first sight of yon shoot you down Oh no Oh no In my thoughts of you 1 have many painful emotions but never one of personal fear Overcome he resumed his chair and said almost humbly I didnt mean to threaten you Julia and you must know that nothing could drive me to strike you I was only ex Â¬ cited because ou seemed to suspect Id really like to know what you sus pect and what jou are going to do ing about such things and who dont you who know noth- Â¬ J i I j J i ad 1 Â¬ ing the tempted into one of his back rooms and putting him in the charge of Abram his black Not a few wives thanked him private- Â¬ ly or sent him nosegays either for bringing their husbands home of nights or for taking cave of them in his own quarters Almost everybody often had some pleasant kindly word to ay about Gus Rachels who a cousin of Mrs Knlow Hannahs mother had come to Milledgeville when a poor boy and now was making a comfortable living in a business which although not among those of ilrst class respeeta bility was better he felt than some and whatever apology was due for fol- Â¬ lowing it lie made by entirely fairdeal ing abstaining from meddling in the affairs of anybodj else and doing such little kindnesses as his opportunities allowed One who for some years had been re ceiving from him charities of one sort and another was Owen Carruthers a young man who despite the decadence coming upon irregular luibits was always neat in appearance as well as strikingly handsome Property of a few thousands was rapidly spent on comimr of aire iust after his fathers death lie lived with his mother in a small house on Franklin street south of the Capitol square and had former- Â¬ ly worked at odd times in the ofllee of his father who for a long time was clerk of the superior court Owen could have been his successor if he had wished for he had acquired in the use of the pen an expert ness quite beyond that of his father Hut he chose to indulge freedom from the restraints of nonage in other ways Occasionally either to accommodate or to refill his empty purse lie would do a little clerical work for a merchant or an official He was of blight in the statehouse man-of-all-wor- strong drink a cup of hot coffee k behind the most of tho best of cm even If ho Isnt any moro than n gro cerykceper Among tho listeners was old Mr LIshy Flint who lived near tho En lows and near where the Amcrsons dwelt before they moved to town Once or twice a month on a Saturday he came Into town and nfter taking a toddy at Rachels walked and sat about on the streets until it was time for him to start upon his return home His chief boast was that ho was a law abiding citizen whoso advice to every Â¬ body would be to keep out of disputes of every kind except such as were harmless in their possible conse- Â¬ quences and when these were serious to submit to reasonable compromises rather than plunge or be plunged in judicial litigation And who would you put down for the bad ones Owen he asked Well now Uncle Lishy Carruth- Â¬ ers answered there Isnt to my opin- Â¬ ion there isnt what Id call a bad person In the whole town that Is among my acquaintance of respectable people which Is a good deal extensive if 1 say it Now for instance theres Mr Amerson Wiley Amerson mean that some people dont seem to think 1 WALTER AWOOD 1894 Always at the front in design style and quality of our tYTTi V TUBULAR STEEL MOWER MOWERS HAY RAKES xiruajr jno tuia BIDDERS with latest improvements we call attention of farmers to their great strength durability and light draft Our sales show that thev are unexcelled Send for Catalogue WmWM7m ck hay rake WALTER A WOOD MOWING AND REAPING MACHINE CO II IB mm AW WW im ssrvftwssnrimn Wc w ENCLOSED GEAR REAPER HARVESTER AND OINDER See W W EEED Mt Sterling Ky for prices ITT Â¬ f For the benefit of the Indies fo Hazel Greou 11ml vieinitv I have opened a GKNKRAL 1TIINISIIIXG GOODS STORK at mv reslil lice in Hazel Green and will earrv a com- plctc line of the following articles which will he wold at the LOWKST IRICKSviz rfSiU mjl itall si mm iftfti etii 1 liJl sil urcr Sh c - it ITS AS IlKStECTABLK sS AS YOUlI OVr Ladies Hats Hat TritiiniiiiL Ribbons Woolen Dres Goods Ginghams Luwus c Muyiiiih White Goods Dress Shields Corsets Dress Trimmings Whale Rones Whale Done Casings Luces Kmhroideries Veilings Infants Cups Umbrellas Towels Underwear Handkerchiefs vi Ladies Gloves Ladies Toilets Curlig Irons Unitizing 1aintN Silk Laces hlaok and kite Ladies Slippers Complete line of Hosiery Klasties etc etc Â¬ Â¬ i ifj - so very much of him but in the deal Â¬ ings Ive had with him hes been per Â¬ fect square and even liberl Of course hes a man that wants whatevers done for him done to his direction but I have frequent heard him say when Ive been doing business for him in his olllce that he would like to know why some people think not as well of him as he hope he deserve Well if Wiley Amerson would want to have my opinion of a matter o that Buy Your Hats of Mo anil Got Thorn Trlmmod Froo of Ghnrgo My stock will emhiaee every article of Ladies wear in the latest style just from the I will also do DRESS eitv as well as many other notions too numerous to mention AlAlvING and will cut and make dresses to suit the hard timo prices Rest system of eattiii hv the Ruddiugtoti Cutting Machine which was awarded fust premium at the rMiss LAURA RAWLINGS of Covington Ky well and favora Worlds Fair 18M hlv known to the ladies of this vicinity will be my assistant Your trade is respectfully solicited and satisfaction guaranteed Very respectfully Mrs FRED DAY Â¬ fiir- r 3 vs s t4 hardly know myself what I do suspect Hut nobody among those who knew your father and brother can fail to believe that there is fraud some where in the matter of that will As for me whom you affect to chide for disregard of your interests I have known unavoidably and most unwillingly too much of your dealings with mankind not to contemplate with some sort of apprehension every new In this increase of your possessions feeling I say to you that I do not he Jieve your father ever made but one will and if the paper now in court is that I think you know what I am obliged to believe As for what 1 am going to do about it I know not ex cept to feel added thanks that my departure from this life is near and to ask the Almighty to hasten it You know very well that my loyalty slight ed as it lias been insulted beaten down and trodden upon is never going to betray itself Hut I hope you will be led to understand the peril to which you are exposed and for your own sake do something to avoid it For your sake I say not mine for there is nothing which would be possible to any endeavors you might make which would separate my being from yours farther than already it has been driven That you will make offers of some sort of compromise with your brother I have little doubt what will come of Hut I have been so prostrated them new trouble that I cannot say by this any more Then she rose and retired to her chamber He sat and communed with with himself for several hours I Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ about it v v jys GUS KACIIKL8 AND USIIY FLINT street into At a emerged from the Capitol which one square while moving into the main business part of town opposite the Tluson tavern stood a drinking houso known as the Rig Indian from a large red wooden statue that stood at the entrance of the nearly always open door It was a low unpainted weather-bebuilding making up the aten of a second story with four want rooms added to its rear It was kept by Augustus Rachels a middle sized reddish haired bachelor whom every bod5 liked A temperate even an abstemious person himself his htock was kept equal to that of any similar establishment either In Sa vannah or Augusta Not only men Â¬ CHAPTKU VL corner of Greene- known not only that he did not en- Â¬ courage Immoderate drinking but that ns far as his native modesty would alfbw he warned against it piirticultfrly in the cases of youth and respectable married men Many a tfmu had ho been known to dissuade mm indulcronco beyond the degree of Safety and prevail in substituting for but women had respect and even some affection for him It was well build darkish white complexion black glossy curling hair which he wore long When erect he was nearly six feet tall but an attack of rheumatism following a night of exposure to the cold airliad bent his left leg so that he limped and had to carry a walking stick He always wore good clothes of which he took the utmost care so that a garment which he had worn during more than onv season some Â¬ times looked as if it had been just got from the clothier lie had an affec Â¬ tionate nature and therefore and be Â¬ cause of his lameness and other in- Â¬ firmities lie was more pitied in his de Â¬ cline than many another who had gone down in the same way Of all persons possibly except his mother Gus Rachels was the one ho loved most The latter compassionate to weak Â¬ lings of every sort wns touched tenderly by the affection of Car- Â¬ ruthers Times without number he had admonished him and on inclem Â¬ ent nights seen that he reached home in safety Whenever he could not dis Â¬ suade him from going to excess ho let him have a weak dram or two more sure that if he did not the poor fel- Â¬ low in accord with his threat would go elsewhere and do worse Occa Â¬ sionally he could win him several weeks from his besetting sin and in the interval get him some clerical work which he did with a nicety of execution that nobody in town could equal On the streets ho was always in gay spirits and his comments upon persons and things were listened to with at least as much attention as they de erved One day while one of a knot of men on the sidewalk of Wayne street before Rainers store being in loquacious mood he Mild 1 dont care how far behind a big town Milledgeville is its got as many good people in It according to popula- Â¬ tion as any of em Im not of preachers and leading church professors and women Theyre all good of course with a few exceptions -- no time to stop and mention Hut of them that of course natchly outside claims to bo perfect my opinion is Gus Rachels Is a man that aint so very far No Hank in Kasteru Kentucky has hetter of power of resistance vaults nor better facilities for keeping your Who can number tho thousandth account Managed entirely by Home people j nl ways eady to you inn who know aceommodate you OVERCOME to loan on reasonable rates this mighty trio For years wo havo Call on us fought these couHiimcrxof life with lifes own weapon the air we breathe made em stronger for tho eomhat hy tho aid and skill of modern science Our Well you know a man generally feels like he ought to praise the bridge that takes him over safe COMPOUND WINCH IfeTISIt KY Jos so Owen aint a blamin of restores strength quiets tho nerves and you Im only sayin what I do about expels diseases N II WITHRRSIOON President Wiley Amerson a not knowin how it is HUNTKR Cashier R I Proof that will eon vinco all whorcason people thinks no higher of him is offered free to all who sufler The old man after some further 20000000 Send us your address talk rose and walked away and Car Paid up Capital Surplus 0000000 ruthers repaired to the Hig Indian DHS STAR KEY PA LBN where he repeated the conversation This Rank solicits the accounts of mer 1020 Arch Ht Philadelphia Pa with Mr Flint Rachels said chants farmers traders and business men 120 Sutter St San Francisco Cnl throughout Kastern Kentucky It was a blamed mean will You generally offers its eustomcrs every facility and didnt know what was in it when you and most liberal terms within the limits of the signed it as a witness did you oetlHly legitimate banking No aifd If I had it was none of my business as I was Mr Amersons kind I should tell him plain like I hinted to him the day his fathers will were proved that people would think more of him if he werent so grippy in his tradin and special if he werent so satislied with the holt lie have on amighty nigh the whole of his fathers propty to the exeludin of his brother Cullen as I members you like me was one of the witnesses to that will which as I told him to his face Id a never a signed witness if Id a knew what it were that I suppose maybe you did I didnt Unk Lishy 1 declare I didnt -- not at the time It aint Hie exact kind of a will Id have made if Id been in the old man Amersons place but still the laws the law as under stand it in such cases and if I hadnt been laid up wiU the rheumatism Id have been obliged to swear same as you did that I thought the old mans mind sound as anybodj s when he signed Of course of course and Im not a man to say break peoples wills thats made delibrate even if their minds is predigiced but it seem to me wrong and not right for Wiley to not make no sort o compcrmihc with Cullen that hes oblceged to know his father mind when he made the will was oprated aginst Cullens wife which he ocght to know he havent good reason Them is why people dont think as high of Wiley Amerson as he want 1 Â¬ HOFFMANS MmwpMe 1 FIRE ASSETS OVER LOSSES PAID LIFE ACCIDENT A gey 36000000 37500000 THREE Tho Safest Nest ami MOST It i L I A J5L15 Agency in Eastern Kentucky- - Kates Reasonable Address A IIOFFMAK Clay Ml Sterling Ky ENEiVHES Ci National Bat 50000 COX CLAY CITY KY Capital FLOYD DAY Piesideut J l Cashier hero aro with which tho weak poiuon generally linn to contend Work regularly consumes his Btrongth hut often paya for what it takes Wohhy lights tho candlo at tho other end and never pays at all Dibkasi ties Imh liandH and deprivcHhim - BY Wine sier Ba ok 1 OXYGEN Â¬ f Â¬ wa you know afterwards Yes but in a business way and I dont feel like talking about It What I want is a drink ami I havent got the money to pay for it Ill give it to you Owen but Ivegot If 3011 could only to do the pourln but know It youve gol enough Inside of you now hut thats a thing you never do know tho mores you need to know it Ill pour you out a moderate respectable dram And wunt to tell you dont you get mixed up with Wile Amersons poplarlty As for poor Cul- Â¬ len everybody knows hes worth moren tho double of him but his business aint mine no moron Wiles Is yourn Lord a mercy Gus Rachels you talk to me like that is a moderate drink even if a fellow who had to swear to the truth of It couldnt cull it respectable Old 1 clerk GlerRGouiity National BauR MAIN STREET Mjftifg oractual clients In WINCHESTER KY JOHN V IIKAN President 11 P CURTIS Cashier Capital Surplus 3100000 Undivldod Profits 35000 200000 namoB Cftvcatflnml Jrndo Marka olitalnoilnnd all Pat Â¬ IiiihIiiuhh conducted for Moderate Feoa Our Office Is Opposite US Patent Office and wo can ttocnro patent lu Jobs tlino than those remote from Washington Hcnd inodul drawing or photo with descrip- Â¬ tion Wo ndvtflo If patentable or not frco of chnrgo Our foo not duo till patont la secured A Pamphlet Mow to Obtain ratontB with ent town Bent free Organized 1805 being the oldest bank in the county Collections made on all points and your businefcs solicited CASNOWCO Opposite Patent Office Addrcsu your State county or Washington D C CONTINUKD NEXT WBBK Now Riiildlug Gas and Kleutrlo Light Electric Elevator Heated throughout with -H0 WKIIKKS SONS MuniiBrs ftf Hot Water Ratcs 200 a Dy Kmr Morgan business center anil depot Come and m ft Tho nntronuyo of Wolfo anil me S II DUOOKfe Respectfully counties so liciteil S -- T JAMES HOTEL Fourth Street near Main CINCINNATI O -- HOTEL LELAKD Lexington Ky It imoOKB Proprietor Jttt3tfd f lWk V T s1 WMWnWIWWLWWWtQMWUMim4W I s rf iW w- n ms wumn11 - Hi nil WTtT tf1 V - r FW fcY - WIj- - if Tnrr PW y nr- v TfT JUJTff ff ttf r r rii i aiHJUwaqaaraaawniCTeCTmniBuiiiM OF FEW WORDS Tle 2tnrnl Expedient of a Dun Illddcn A MAN I tun nfratil to enter Into lengthy ex- Â¬ planation When a man qame in took it seat bcaidtt his desk and aslccd if he could sottlo that littlo account it wearied him to say licully Im sorry but I havent got tho money to day And whon tho man suggested that it Jiad been running a long time it wearied him still more to hnvo to buy Yes I know it but I have been very short Ill try to have something for you noxt week There wan too much chance for a man to get pressing and annoy him by stringing out the interview Ho tried keeping away from the ofllco at the hour his creditors usually came but they changed the hours of their calls and he was still bothered and annoyed by their impor Â¬ tunities jitst when ho was busiest Then he hit upon a brilliant scheme lie put In a day puttering around his desk arranging things and the follow- Â¬ ing morning was ready when tho first creditor arrived Ho never looked up from his work as tho creditor began Could you He simply pulled a string and a placard appeared which No read Tho creditor walked sad Â¬ ly away without finishing the sentence He oven forgot to ask when he should call again For three weeks now no creditor has received u verbal answer and tho young man says it is a great rollof He can nubwer their questions without stopping his work and the placard has a discouraging effect that makes them leave the sooner 11 h only mistake has been when a man entered hurriedly and began Would you like lie pulled tho placard into view and the man replied Oh very well T uin iui no hurry if you are not Jlo looked up jubt in time to nee that it was a man who owed him live dollars but it was too late to catch him HUo Â¬ Doblor Ho was a man of few words anil fowcr dollars says tho Chicago Post Ho didnt lllco to bo disturbed and ho Hok plnyeri with powtlor till rtuv long And hasnt tmrnoil his llngur onco -- Mlsml Hntf Uio Von that bov of ntttio Is but u ffipln little Hinoo itnrtWs ltazar E2IrC5HISI KITCHEN 12 W SHORT STREET LEXINGTON 25 fonts KY didnt And llllod It full of powdor And now hl pretty little muik Ih nil chopped up lllto rhowdor 4 lltlo Jolllllllll Ho fitolo tho old mans toddy Jug I iflTIlpgulnr iMonlrf 10 u m to li p in aIcuIh to order nl all hours Huppor from 5 to 0 p m Breakfast from 6 to 5 a m Dinner froim - Oysters Lamb Fries Fish and Chicken a SpecialtyMORGAN COUNTY IRIUAUING roil A 1ltlVATK flIIOW ncf Tfl nOOJ ra1 im - 1 TV- u wHywiii m Mm mr w Ufflfe ieV I n iW Yk A ii iP iTL M l i V ori w 1 V x v x V toning after rinding the editorial in Till 1 Uuj tottii MInkIIin Wo harrowed the following poetry from a scrap honk for chronic growlers IIKIIAIO ol Mine and it it cant HidHihem fruinu dead level to a living m 1J 18 20 and 22 N UPPER STREET LEXINGTON r T Bin mm -- i U rfrVTMf OP DTO W 4blU KY J dPw rtWWn WBlX MllUk 4l V have not icitd that editorial they should do so now You ii say tinit ii uiiidity liiul Anil inoiitjs awful liylit Von just Iliini- down to my old plncu Iljou think thtit way isriglil 1 1 - vi no mt HrTr G rancl Pi UDMESfIC URY bOQDS MlLLiIERY AND DRESS MAKING Opening of Spring Dress Goods Every Day Pull on yer Uavanna Swipcsy an touch de triangles wid it If yer miss dem go for do rock Is Lets have a Life exhibition of our own Good SHelc Kliuily ureok Ten milos from iinyuliiir Yec tiiuts ttlnit yolitnui folks suy Hat Im till riht down thar Im livin down on Dear me cried Mr Hurlow on tho evening of the fireworks display the stick on our llnest and largest rocket is broken and wo cant lenhieu it There was a moments silence and then a voice from the dmk piazza sug gested Use Cholly Harpers Uaar Â¬ Im livin thar since fifty three And Im livin rijht yon bet Im eatiu yams anil puiikin pit And I aint in no mans debt You see I I Dont ride no bit liiyli boss own that sandy little farm And am my own darned boss aint rcut big ciinh Why Jlo Did It You see j Brown Didnt I tell you not to lire oil any crackers in tho house Littlo Johnnie 1 couldnt help it pa It dropped out of my hand Brown What did you let it fall for Littlo Johnnie Cause I saw It was goln off1 Jttdgo OAltltllSD AWAY And while I I live right thar at home Dont buy no hicutl and meat Why I just live and eat ou folks is still via most tho host vnlno and showing tlio lnrgost nssorlinoiit of Now and Sonsonublo Dross Jotitls Silks Novoltios Vol j5Jl bSs vtls and Alillinory of any liottho in Kentucky SilksN3 vmi fiiy fiiiin fliiim I nrl in iiiwl Inniiii Hindi silvliw ttnin iinvni w V shown such homilies woro novur scon prices woro novor so low Sco tho great variety and novelty in our Kronch Silks Satin Duchoss Moire Antique Irocados Stripes Ioau do Soie Znnzibitrs and Chit moicon ellccts Jlnvo every weave known to the most fiunous makers in lOuropo Ouj Clrouadinos aro a specialty and our patterns can be found no where elso -- Tiw a wv--f- c axI - i rrSTOMIfiUH rocoguizo tho fact Unit wo aro giving - have to work for all I jjit Dont sptekerhite in naught And some folks say the way do Is a way I hadnt ought 1 Our Spring Woolens aro beautiful and our importations aro tho latost our stock the largest and most variod our styles iinuqualocl Novelties in China and Japanese Draperies Willi WIS WVA firyrfK Whj sell your poor old farm Thoy say And buy up poik and wheat Hut I aint none to strike er trade To i tin up what we eat I Embroideries Laces and White Goods Undorwoar Corsets and Hosiery India Linen Dimity Mulls 1iquu French and English Nain Â¬ sooks Embroidered Swiss Artistic patterns in wasli materials Duck Suitings Galatea Cloths- Figured Corded Muslin Zephyr Ginghams Koal French Organdies our own designs Such a rarely beautiful selection of theo lovoly goods woro never shown by one house before Childrens Gingham and Muslin Drosses splendidly made months to 8 years Roady mado Eton Suit- in black tan and blue Shirt Waists Iilnok Dress Goods the best value tho best wearing tho most satisfac Â¬ tory are tho Lupin weavos Wo have One Hundred varieties to solect from Storm Serges aro always ready Imperial Cords Jaequards Molroso Henriettas Crepons and G rani to Cloths Spring Capos cloth and laco Spring Jackets now styles light in weight low ilk price 5 - I s SO DREADFULLY CANDID Wool or Hit Wrltur or Art lit Who Hiti n CiT lliitu Spokou rrlontl 7 Do you write Oh howyourcandid w X friend shakes his head over your last V novel or play or whatever it is says tfdl WUs VV4l I All The Year Round You are not t JlAslJJVfNVY J doing nearly such good work as you did two years ago and he mutters about decaying powers and writing yourself out till like Henry II you groan Who will rid me of tins manV Perhaps you fancy you can paint in whichcane hauling oommitteesbuyers critics and dealers are not the most savage lions in your path if you happen to be blessed with a candid friend The worst of it is the man is a friend and will do you a good turn if lie can Willie Now Ill get rid of that of course without much trouble to him- Â¬ measly old cat self also to a certain extent lie knows Lvr v what he is talking about so that you L arc bound to have some respect for his r ir j if vi - r jr tr opinion He begins by gently prancing nround your work rather in the man Â¬ ner of the commencement of a Sioux war dance You grow anxious and losing your hi nd in a moment of temporarv aber Â¬ ration you ask his opinion Whoop Your shadows are Youve got it opaque and your lights pasty your drawing is weak and your technique bad your color is crude and the whole thing out of tone and at tho end the sum and substance of it all is that if tho candid friend painted as ho badly as you do he would never touch a brush again as long as ho lived M o wkai Rl III II dlV Hope I havent hurt you old fellow 4 f vii i but you would ask uvy candid opinion wyjiiftTNiii i -- J u I so I was bound to givo it to you lie says The etVeet of the scheme Puck AN ELASTIC CONSCIENCE Soiiio lniioxstllo TlilofTK Tho Sin of It Lay Only In IIoIiik Found Lllto loliunlc s poikot without iv strlnir Out With Ilur rllio u ro Pi i vlbiLMKl Litl cannot nIiik The penalty attendant upon being IJlc u Km ithout i A 11 Ilko detected is the entire foundation of IjiUo n Icli o U y viu u nt a bco without ttll to spiond i rou A woman many peoples honesty llko mother u nrcdlo wlthoit i tUrond says a writer in the New York Recorder LIUo ii j up world without IrN and boys In whoso company I found myself re- Is u Fourth or luly vrlihiui u nulso Anuii M Pt itt In oulh h Companion cently was relating with pride an in Â¬ She re stance of her shrewdness In Turn Now marked as a preface to her story that What a horrid noise you are makanyone wlo expected to get tho better ing exclaimed Slide Shut tuck to her of her would have to be an early riser little brother banging your torpedoes Said sho and firecrackers all over the place I went to tho theater tho other Why shouldnt IV retorted Freddy night and after the play a lady who You Indulge In banging your hair all sat in front of mo asked mo if tho tho year round Detroit Free Press umbrella under her chair belonged to Our yro Infort omit o me Thoy llnd him whoio ho inoiinlnn Uoi I snid no and as no ono elso claimed And In his bed the tuck him it sho loft it at tho box olllce 1 1 was a Ho tried to colobrnto tho die lovely umbrella with a silver handle And novur Know what struck him Judge Well llow tho joke begins About a I went to the theater and week later HAD TAKKN AN OUTING asked if such an article had been found and if they had It I described it per- Â¬ fectly and told whon It was lost 1 didnt say it was mine but just let them infer it It was there htill tho owner had never called for it proba bly never knew where It had been left Thoy handed It out when I had an- Â¬ swered all their questions and Im that much In Mil I had just as good a right to it as H ll Vsk tho thoater people and It looked after a week as If tho woman who found It wasnt going to put In a claim Im going to get a hat with tho money I saved by being wide awake for 1 in tended to buy u now umbrella m dont believe M Si And dont beliee in linn oil A gun to make it tain I in no sieh way To deal in meat and grain plant my nop in early spring And keep it well hoed out And every year miico lify lhree Ive gonetlie same old route And while it isigrowin long And the fiait is gitlin iipe I wink mound die later pateh And smoke my old cob pipe And when the harvest time it comes hitch a oke of steer And just pitch in and gathei up What I have made that year 1 Mmi hl kill my hogs and make me hams And bacon by the ton And while weie busv with the woik The children they have fun I Tho largest stock of Jouvin Genuine Kid Gloves in all lengths colors the finest inado all MILLINERY DEPARTMENT Tin largest stock of Millinerv Goods in Lexington Specialties Soo our ei ling Ribbons in Ilonnols Hats Children h Cap I lowers display of new things from Paris Loudon and New York -- m ssP blowin up the bladders Kr makiu iiig balloons And wben the moon is shining brig ht We hunt the shy old coons A And thars Mcrlinda shes my wife Tbar aint naiiglit she cant do And hhes done taught the little gals To be jest like her too Old winter oonies but we dont kick Ilmr niiit mi uoll round ic re Our home spun duds is good and warm You jest bet we dont keer I VEKESS MAKING DEPARTMENT Tlu latest styles are given you a porfoct Wedding and street costume made on short notice fiS Miss Orr has charge IS assured And this is why I liaint have seen No bard times lloatiu loiiud Aint locking out to see no cloud Aint beard no warnin bound cruTJOiiic a WArjsos Aint uliaid no ships I CT rs I H-i-- 7 m goiu to sink No bank isgoin to lueak And dont Keer which boss wins tiie lace Cause aint none in the stake - ffl 7t t -- Â¬ Â¬ 1 1 Â¬ that tin ill law Talk ahout the fair tho posters up in this town are eieating eoiihidcrahle cx citetnont amonjr the young ones as well louk out for more as tlie older ones the far this year than any prepeople at vious year since its organization titock is in training near town and some in town eating grass and wheat hran So you ee we aie piepnring to bring some of the nrttniuais to Maytown Mis Walter Oaniels and children who lune hcen visiting Mrs Uaniels psirents in town the last week left Monday for their homo in Ueattyville J U and U A Sample attended tho iiuarterly mooting on Lucy creek Satur day and Sunday aim report a nice nine Miss Ora II Cecil of tool is visiting Miss Hosa Sample this week WlMllXSS They li Â¬ And while you folks is all astir And your papeis all a jaw llerco one old cuss as dont keer how jMmwfwixmi Jm ptiwAvirtT i jtfaQ vkw ww rsBPj v iwffw rTWBtHflrPTPJFKftrfrP ntwiiMHlMi Iii iinitaliun nuirblo also Heal Oak and AValnut Mantel ifBT REDUCED Mocks best FOR niakos THIRTY DAYS M Iut Â¬ Tim tMHUutltet of tho Fourth banded The froodom of tho nohlovo stutoa of yore Uv llowtntf blnoJ To day tho small boy colebiites By rtedillnfr supnUmicntnry Kore -- johu ludlow In Puolr Th irC4Mi satisfied that tho Stomplo will do all and more than is claimed for it The head quarters of the company are S E Cor First Cannon Crackor Were you in Sycamore mill Canal Sts Cincinnati Winchester Ohio Herald town over tho Fourth SiKNOKii Cooiint Hazel Green Ky Second Cannon Cracker Cant you Lexington arrested 281 police of Agent for Wolfo and Morgan counties llarpor8 Bazar bee that I wout oft during the month of June Our thieo district here on hist Monday afternoon at two oclock to witness tho cxhihition made hy the Cincinnati Tin and Japan The test was Kire rxtinguishcr Co given under the porsonal supervision of Mr Herman H Wells president of the eompimv of Cincinnati and Mr W V Snyder the local iigont of Georgetown Ohio and was satisfactory in every rcsnoet clearly demonstrating tho Stem- pie Ktinguisher to ho one of the host method yet devised or invented for the controlling of lire A striRturo of pine hoards wn built and after hoing thoroughly saturated The with coal oil a match was applied extinguisher was then turned on and the lire put out in ahout ten seconds All who witnesd the test were thoroughly Out In lout Ton Seconds citizens to tho number of two or huudrodgathond on the hurut PRICES Handsome 8 day walnut or oak Iron enameled imitation marble J 3i8 ami up 7r0 and up Addiess all communications to FRED Uuhtmn I J HEINTZ Manufacturing Jeweler LEXINGTON KY -- K 1oum Square nrKMiMvtuinmiiMWcAtwTwiVMmMMMtaMm LMI 1 irm 4V1I of two oiih htaiiCiiu lrom a ua utroo iinpiicniunDj or VV1IJ VIIUtJ Villi 11 i jv iear old luly f tUi i i Iliim ii loao tr oik n i 9J ItlHtliolicstnrcniimMou I hnvopvoruhoclnrliwjp1 of lhcauv u onuiu iau to all llornuntou Wehaie hantlreiUcfauth testimonial 458 GSSTBSSMT f TJ k 1 J nUBBUABE Prlc8150porlottlf use AskymirilruKRim forlU If tio doiH ma k iti It wmt uk titaiu in ir Ml t for rlu CO Whitehall N V W 11 1011 V I HP