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Digital page images are linked to the text file. f rtj H 1 f y Hazel Green Established March 4 fw 1885 mid ISIado Famous in tho Colobrntoil Story of it NoUy Jonathan and His Continent XX Jjj JbviJul by Max OKoll I H m A H SPENCER COOPER Ownor and Editor Wnrhl Willi Nuwn From All Nntloiin IuinhrliiK lit IIIh Illicit 100 12 1894 A YEAR Always In Advance TENTH YEAH HAZEL GREEN WOLFE COUNTY ICY THURSDAY JULY NUMBER 10 m Am M1G SSL A k i i t says the Lewlstown Mo A n Journal Durinir all bis lift be hud 0 9 been a close student of tho philosophy M Hats and Furnishings lor Men and Boys of digestion and for tho purpose of his n Wholesale and Ketail you ever saw investigations bo hadI that remarkable iSSZSSiXiiSSS3iSlSSlsa If you cant come write to us and tell us umiuitan Alexis m itirtin in ins care for twenty years In order to what you want clinch matters and provide facts for sonio of tho doubting Thomases Dr 5 Punting east about for some ono else upon whom bo might continue to ex- Â¬ ftflYou will make more than your expenses though if periment Ho could think of but one plan and that was to go into Africa you come in person and make vour selections buy two slaves and operate upon their lly opening the body mvir stomachs ONE PRICE CLOTHING HOUSE tho fifth rib and perforating the M KAUFMAN stomach a condition could be produced CO 54- E Mtiin Street similar to that existing in the ease of LEXINGTON KY St Martin Therefore tho doctor pur tfOJl chased bis supplies and sailed across to Tunis in the north of Africa There ho hired a native chief with forty of his followers paying thorn a libera fI Ill I II irilim Â¬ WHOLESALE ONLY retaining fee and promising thorn alluring largess when the trip should bo 137 and 139 Race Street Cincinnati Ohio je nr 21 ended Tlioy net forth Tho doctor U A f ttA wljtLjJ 00 in his inside poelcot and carried TOT tho chief probably lay awalco four nights thinking about the mutter At i Big Drives -- any rate on the fifth night lit sneaked IS into tho doctors tent and delivered a A W little address at the point of two pistols When ho had concluded tho doctor passed over his ducats and the iJSMul tor our VIVO chief passed over tho border along W MSAww with his renegade band They helped themselves to tho supplies that suited fi uTti ctmnrifwr k revik rrv-r- xr v tt w k aim thoir artless ami unenlightened tastes ra rrL n i i7L u era jsy o i luvjuv r Tho doctor eanio back without a ret Â¬ inue and with a deal of experience O 165 167 that will never appear in a medical lpiuliiiR houso for FANCY D11Y 100DS ITR2MKII1NG work GOODS and NOTIONS Alwnrys Imvo Big Drives Spocial attontion THE USES OF TALC to Mail Orders Utility or tho Cycle A Miitorliil o Which itut Ilttlo In mnnwHrnirM We have all seen men run for a Known lu Few realize how useful talc has be Â¬ train said a traveler the other day DEBS THE DICTATOR on a demand that not one in a hundred I saw a man mako a break for ono on a coino now that it is mined at many of tlutsiTengagcd in tho strike knows any- points We had halted tit a station from New York to Alabama bicycle Vnltllc Opinion Voiced by tho Press thing about Peing thoroughly incombustible it is from which a straight level road ran it the railroad Louisville Courier Journal President Philadelphia Ledger Tho boycotter of great value in the manufacture of buck at a right angle B Co At a considerable distance up that rotttl buzzsaw though Debs is fooling with a To yield once fireproof wall paper paper window we saw a man coming on a bicycle A is a species of blackmailer curtains etc Even in its crude state bo appears to be happily oblivious of to a blackmailer is to invito continued it has u very oily feel and is found man afoot couldnt have got anywhere fact that levies and so also to yield to a boycotter to yield one of the best lubricants near us from that distance and It In the course St Paul Pioneer Press is to invite him to dictate again and again known Mixed with common grntlos didnt seem as though the man on the of time we shall lind out whether the the terms upon which business shall be of soap itinnkea them as pleasant to wheel could get within rods of us but he came down the street whizzing sovereignty of this country belongs to conducted Sootier or later determined the touch as tho choicest brands ren Â¬ When he had got about Half the dis dering tho skin smooth and soft al Â¬ Mr Debs or the American people tance tho conductor gave tho signal to resistenco must bo made and those who though Indianapolis Journal It seems to be havo had to deal with blackmailers have qualitiesentirely without any cleaning start and tho engineer sounded the Wo lmvo nn olognnt assortment of It in also largely used in tho It was i question whether government of the found that it is easiest to resist the first manufacture of patent wall plaster in whistle and started tho train people by the people and for the people demand which its addition gives a smooth astonishing how fast the man on the glossy finish to walls und ceilings that wheel wtis coming- now There was a shall perish from the earth or Debsism broad level space around tho station A first class Lo borne power potable saw no other substance lends Tale powder bo put down The bicyclist swept over this in u groat jn duly refined is exquisitely softand lino Brooklyn Eagle The only way to mill complete ami if needed a good corn grained Hence it makes an excellent curve that landed him alongside the mill all in complete- onlcr lriee ami terms baggage ear Dismounting he lifted bring the labor union anarchists to their reasonable Infant powder softening tho lor particulars address May skin ami preventing dialing tentlerest his wheel up to the waiting bauds of law irritation senses is to display the dignity of the town Mill Co Maytown Ky or oven prickly heat as will no other the baggagomastor a fraction of ti they begin to disregard the at once when substance So too it ma Ices an unsur second later tho steps of the first pas rights of others MRS WETZEL passed molding sand for easting metals senger oar caiue along and the bicyclist Force Now York Mail and Kx press in both its fireproof and flre grainetl stopped aboard a winner be met by force until qualities being very valuable in lino must eventually Arnldiin Nuddle AND lives llerSlile of tho Domestic Trouble vrU Mixed with rubber it renders Sonio of tho oldest oqnino habits Coiio To Chicago same right of every man to accept or the more elastic and less liable to crack which horsemen over imagined are to refuse employment and the right of every The matrimonial troubles of Mr and lTuneh be found in lands abutting on tho refuso to hire a work- Mrs Henry Wetzel formerly of Chatta Prom It Is also made the employer to hire or s home of the Arabian but where he chalk used by tailors ami man shall be vindicated nooga but now of Lexington Ky were use it in tho powdered form to coax himself is not to be found though in- Â¬ ULJDCCCCa Koehestcr Democrat and Chronicle transferred to this city yesterday by tho a No II foot Into a No shoe The deed the Arab himself has enough of is over arrival in town of Mrs Wetzel who went richest tale mines are now being oddities The Kurds ride a tree cov Â¬ Almost before one great strike in Cherokee county N AVJion in Loxington dont and another has begun What is to becoino to the homo of an aunt on Walnut Hills workedit is found in leaves and scales ered with plaikd straw quite flatthey whore padded with blankets This fail to givo us i cull of the business of the country at this where sho was seen lato in tho afternoon very much like slate it is easily mined never remove from their horses ex Â¬ tho strik- by an Enquirer reporter rate and what is to become of with ordinary tools nnd can bo sawed cept occasionally to dry it out The EEDEEBEO have ruined it ers after they Mrs Wetzel is an attractive woman or even broken by hand It has brought horse is kept saddled day and night Milwaukco Wisconsin Tho working stylishly dressed and with considerable as high as six hundred dollars per car summer ami winter This seems in load at the market credible but is literally true In Lons- Â¬ men of this country have clearly defined refinement When asked why hIio had Turkestan tho horse under his saddle sacred to them and rights which aro STRANGELY CHRISTENED is covered with the Hiblical number of left her husbacd and taken flight Mrs 7Ac blankets seven which ho likewise should bo respected by everybody Put Wetzel said It has been a case of Some Instances or tho Oueer Xuiuok J veil tho wears at all times ami which aro sup to Negro Children tho right to prostralo tho business of constant jealousy on my husbands part posed to sweat him out and keep him them It is nothing new that the colored country is not among over since wo were married and wjthout people of tho south areas fond of largo in condition Philadelphia Telegraph Tho ar of cause names as of bright colors but tho St Russia has often been described as an exGing- Â¬ Mr Cochrane who has been un- Louis tilobe nemocrat furnishes two POSITIONS GUARANTEED ceedingly autocratic sort of porson but necessarily drawn into undesirable notor- or tlireo new and comical examples Our IKPJl 90 pagci uiidf r reasonable condition The Writer says tho czar of Russia could scarcely be more catalogue will explain why wo can afford It iety in connection with our troubles has l knew an old negro in Tennesseo certainly not more un autocratic and only proved a good friend and that is all who rejoices in the name of Niagara Drauglions Practical Business College DQBCDBBD reasonably so than President Debs of tho NASHVILLE TENN I havo had to seek his advice about my Falls His companions have shortened WrltoforcataloKuo American Railway Union and Tole Pcnmanihlp Shorthand DooMeeplnij money weich is invested in tho hotel at it to Nigger Falls but ho was really graphy AVo aro Solo Agonts for Wo spend more money in tho Interest of Philadelphia Press Tho strikes can- Â¬ Lexington and over which my husband christened after tho great cataract our KinpInyincntUupatttncnt than half tho business I also know a colored woman who Collects tiko inns tuition A weeks lv our method not succeed nnd ought not to succeed present has control but there havo proudly tolls you that her name is toachltm liook kunpinK is equal to 12 wcokn ly tho This organized labor trick of hitting C in at old plan Kid Gloves teacher GOO turnouts pant year no no relations existing between us Virginia icorgia Alabama South vacation tutor anv tniio Ciikai lloAiin wo havo Fosters order to mako A concede something to been recently prepared books especially ouaptotl to could bo construed in anything Another who enjoys the cognomen of R is so grossly unjust so indefensible which HOME GTUDY honorable way Mr Cochrane Amanda Juno Day is a Kchool teachor Write us nnd explain Sent on GO lays trial and foolish that it has always fialcd and but an Featherbone Corsets- A Juno Day and signs hor namo your wanu NI1 Wo pay S5 cash for nil va was not in Chattanooga with mo on always must fail In a Mississippi town 1 was passing canciaa a book keepers Btcnnuniphoni ttmchnn Monday nor havo I seen him in several along a side street when a coal black clerk etc reported to in providwd wo fill same Now York Sun So far as tho public AND nogress camooutof a door shouting is concerned in this impossible- crusade days In Tiverton 15 I all tho mcmborn of Slory Glory Hallelujahl I tlrnugfrt said Tho truth of the matter is tho members of tho American Railway she was crazy and stopped to sco what tho school board aro women and tho my husband desires to get Standard Patterns Union lmvo been led by tho unprincipled Mrs Wetzel she would do next claim in made that tho schools aro tho rid of mo in order to marry another nndBensoless chiefs who liavo gained thoir Sho looked around a moment and beat conducted in tho United Statcn confldenco into nn attitudo which blunt- Â¬ woman and I am perscctly willing ho then repeated her call louder than be- Â¬ QDUQQDDa Do you want tho best rolls ly and without compromise fiays Let should as my life with him has been fore This time I heard tho answer Do you want tho host Hour I leave for Chicago from behind a fence worso than death tho public bo damned Voro 1 is maam Whatyo want take tho proper measures to If you do bring your wool and wheat to Kansas City Journal With destitu- Â¬ tonight to Nobber you min what I wfht 3ou Maytown and you will et tho best Mill so largely provnilingall over thocoun protect my interrsts and I assuro you como horo tion Immediately there appeared from and niaclihicli running every day try on account of tho scarcity of work that I shall never livo with him again Maytown Mitr Co to do it is folly if not nn nctunl crime I understand Mr Wetzel has como to behind tho fence ono of tho blackest piccaninnies I ever saw and on inquiry Como to this oiilco for all of your to enter upon n contest of so much mag- Â¬ Cincinnati It is no uso for I shnll not I learned that his namo was Glory Cincinnnti Enquirer printing him nitude at such a cost to innocent people sec Ilalloluliih Tones Portland hen you conic to Lexington drop in and sec ever planned that icoiin us and vc will show youlhc biggest stock of dtirtnlnwi liv by man was HiintStur of A llr 1 DROP AN A EXPENSIVE EXPERIENCE Student or VlvUcctloii Who Vltltod At rlcit mid Acquired Costly Knowledge Ono of tho most curious expeditions JJ ccacS2Ss OIL j LSCwEC LixuuctSN PSfl - up Mens Suits from Boys Suits from 125 up w WSm I JL Mitllull Op 24 W Main Street BflAYIfllYPi1 Hfl I - Â¬ MERCHANTS JOB LOT HOUSE irTIPW i f3L ll 4 A u Trv57Tr iiTO im inA JIiOffHSI smms W WSG BWOVH1 Ota SSfJk m s flTho jjKfl jipRace Street CINCINNATI ji Dnoro nOMSJT mwmmM hths8 Boss Â¬ I Jr LEXINGTON --M Â¬ - NOVELTIES i Â¬ Â¬ less Goodwills KID GLOVES 1 Â¬ Â¬ shoe-dealer- i 5 m v Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ 1 Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Masonville and dale Cotton yd Best Calicos 4c yd Lancaster Apron hams 4c per yd m fn 1 1 - J3 CBRossJrCo Lexington K H iy M f- - fy i a tf fcity JH GKj BIHiflHPRIil vy W wlvjjjrTPBy w V JV TV m mvmfrlf j ISi r S93MMiiMM -- J frft Ejymsj l3d rTfr fiTTr rrjprr i iiguijiMiamaijujiwiuitaAiMiwftJLjiuix ift EEESftXtSQ Editor SPENDER COOPER OUR MARRIAGE CUSTOMS Good Wives Coiun Vory Clump In Homo CinintilcN Ilumnii liintory opens with Eden a perfect marriage and a happy family And ever since that time even with all dvilized peophH the porvitndo of the brido is clearly indicated In Brazil a couplu may he married hy drinking brandy together in Japan by ho many cups of wine in litisin and Scandinavia it used to be one cup for both In tiio earliest times of purchase a woman was bartered for useful goods or for Horvicca n u Â¬ rendered to her father In this latter way Jacob purchased Hucliel and her sister Leah This was a bcena mar- Â¬ riage where a man as in GenePH leaves liis father and his mother and cleaves unto his wife and they become ono flesh peaceful mood gives way to an odor that or kin the womans will put wings on your feet to place as tr In Australia a woman carries lire to much distance as you can between the her lovers hut and makes a lire for him offensive treo and yourself Jh is tree is especially touchy on tho In Mexico she lays a bundle of rods at the door of his tent A Loango ingress subject of dogs and the coming of a ca cooks two dishes for him in his own hut nine anywhere near it will instantly make In Croatia tho bridegroom boxes the it furious Vet a wolf a griz y bear or brides ears and in Iiussia the father a mountain lion never ruflles the temper formerly struck his daughter gently with of this tree if theso animals do not pre a whip for the last time then gave the sume on too great familiarity with it They may lie around it as long as they weapon to her husband Down to the present it is the custom in Hungary for care to but if one of them so far forgo s the groom to give the bride a kick after itself as to rub or scratch the trunk of tho marriage ceremony to make her feel the tree the hot tempered thing will fly into one of its tantrums instantly and her subjection the way Mr Hear Wolf or Lion will make The price for a wife in British Colum himself scarce in thoe parts is a whole bia and Vancouver Island varies from circus to see Nothing will woik this 100 to 200 worth or articles In Ore treb up to concert pitch though so quick gon an Indian gives for her horses blan and effectually as throwing stones at it kets or buffalo robes in California shells Then it will actually rip and tear and money or hor es in Africa cattle A no living thing would think of going will sell a daughter for a within gunshot of it Some folks out at poor Damnra cow a richer Kaffir expects from three lloueks Tank call this tree the porcu- Â¬ to thirty With the Hinyai if nothing pine tree call it the holy terror tree be given her family claim her children Hut no matter what you call it it is a In Urgauda where no marriage recently queer job of nature and Arizona claims existed she may be obtained for half a it as her own dozen needles or a coat or pair of shoes Ilil Mil iii lust Ton second An ordinary price is a box of percussion Our citizens to the number of two or In other parts a goat or a couple three hundred gathered on caps the burnt of buckskins will buv a girl distiiet here on last Monday afternoon Â¬ Â¬ The town of Williamsbridge Is Y is Arizona Claim It iik An Original lrodnct controlled politically by a woman boss Thoro are more queer things to the She is Mrs Elizabeth Ilcllmau and is Sho is acre in Arizona than in any other part known m Queen Elizabeth postmistress deals in real estate is a lol- said Col Draco Dion of this wide laud i 11 II it HIUIHJ lllllt of llouckrt Tank Apache county to the DVini Ilk illUilliy 11 11 IIUWll made Williamsbridge a good bustling and according to my has New York Sun idea and I know pretty near what queer town out of the sleepy villace it was In things are llioouccrcst thing in all Ari- cidentally sho has made 150000 during zona is tho tree that has a temper worse tho past four years She is a comely than a blonde comic opera prima donnas widow fair fat and forty and gets its dander up with just as small is Shafcr of the A horse kicked They tell me out there Frcemyer House Middleburg N Y on timMrW fm7trr- provocation -v that this treo belongs to the coniferous the knee which laid him up in bed and species It grows to bo somcthind like caused the knee joint to become stiff A twenty five feet high and then stops Its friend recommended him to use Cham- UflWBftSJMJtTa leaves arc long slender and pointed like berlains Pain Halm which he did and iffe porcupine quills in two days was able to be around Mr When this tree is in a good humor Shafer has recommended it to ninny these leaves lie close to the branches and others and says it is excel lent for any it spreads a pleasant aromatic odor all kind of a bruise or sprain This sune put its mnrlc at ilic topmost Hut when it is angry every leaf remedy is also famous for its cures of around on the tree rises upon cud and the aspect ilieumatisni For sale bv John MItoe miini1i nf miii4w miimnl muv of that particular piece of timber is about Mrs Mary Uiovland states in her Lit- Â¬ ism and week after week has as fierce and threatening as anything you would care to look at The pleasant erary Land marks that Lady Ulessington labored to reach the uoal of resinous odor the tree sent forth in its and others of the poets intimates pio TREE WITH A TEMPER Al THE TOPi f Â¬ ieAfm mmwm And Still Climbing Never content to keep eoi w puny with the slow pace sot by its country cousins though always in sympathy with em i 1 1 Â¬ 1 iisdr THE HERALD - Wimiis j RAil lWv r Clfl 1 V LI rSia VT WbTFh d JX y Ami vMt V rikrX KNsiftiTJ Mft nounced his name nm Uirron flll VJMfe A ySz V I vni W 1 mnnmvirmn its ambition TIow thorough Ladies Ministers and Physicians All Indor 30 tho ly it has accomplished that fTOv task is told in the hundreds of tributes paid it by the press H for ut r M Bm ELECTROPOISEI has cured me of rheumatism and illness the result of typhoid fever as well as catarrh Have u ed it in the family 7J5 years old down fiom mother-in-lato the baby used it on the baby while teething and it worked like n charm For throat trouble we have never found anything to equal it Several of my neighbors have them anil are all well I pleased can not say too much in priise of the Electiopnise Mas F M Callahan Verona Ky w of the country and the warm For Babies as Woll as Old Folks I am glad to say that the Fleet ropoi e av A ikfj r sm H V v a m zc r an W kJ rs CW i wcv AV b i e IMUU W n at itfi3 urn - v j ir n e vvraMj-u-- Â¬ 1 w Asia a brides price is sometimes five and ten rubles or at others a cart load of wood or hay A princess may l piireliesed for 5000 rubles In Tartary a woman can be obtained for a couple of pound of butter or whore a rich man gives twenty small oxen a poor man may suiccocd with a pig In Fiji her equiva lent is a whales tooth or a musket These and similar prices elsewhere are eloquent testimony to the little value a savage sets on his wife Her charms vanish with her girlhood Rie is usually married while a child and through her cruel slav ery and bitter life sho often becomes old and repulsive at twenty live III Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Inlr DiUon titv 1KDI Â¬ The following are the dates of meet ings of Kentucky fairs this year as far as heard from Springfield July Stanford July ID 2 days Lebanon July 2r 3 days 1 days Lawronccburg July l days Danville Aug Maysvillo Aug I 1 days 1 1 171 days ate tioni that time what I ist traveling in America at pleased and since then I have been a tracted by a perusal of its comparatively well man Hvv Gio H Miaks Covington Kv two oclock to witness the exhibition at pages draws a pen picture of made by the Cincinnati Tin and Japan Practical as Woll as Thoovelionl T File Extinguisher Co The tct was am much plea cd with my experi- its multi merits in his own ence with the Eleetropoise and believe given under the personal supervision of Mr Herman H Wells president of the it in advance of any known remedy in language and thus it reaches theory for the restoration of the normal company of Cincinnati and Mr W V condition ot the svstem and its effects Snyder tho local agent of Georgetown in the cute of disea e has proved its every home in the vine clad Ohio and was satisfactory in every efficacy practically and theoretically hills of France So popuhir J W Clauk M I Augusta Ky respect clearly demonstrating tho Stem pie Extinguisher tube one of the best was the story Jonathan and ADDRESS methods yet devised or invented for the His Continent controlling of lire that it was A structure of pine boards was built translated into every tongue and alter being thoroughly saturated 500 Fourth Avenue Louisville Ky with coal oil a match was applied The Hence from spoken by man i extinguisher was then turned on and the r8 ii fiio put out in about ten mtoihIs All hemisphere to hemisphere and who witnessed tho test were thoroughly from pole to pole 4444i4M4 K44444W 9 satisfied that the Stcmplc will do all and more than is claimed for it Tho headV AlA ugjexvtiaiaaxiiarjcarscaicsjvp quarters of the company are S E Cor Sycamore and Canal rits Cincinnati v Winchester Ohio Herald h xrr pi c Ft T SrrNcitn Cooirn Hazel Green Ky JK2 vsri a z v Agent for Wolfe and Morgan counties jr JWH study I Â¬ Â¬ vertigo a congestion of the smaller blood vessels of the brain hyperaemia I could not study everything I ate dis agreed with me at last I ate no solid fond but even -- oups and liquid food did not agree with me I was induced to try the Eleetropoise in one nights time it had relieved the briinconge tion I began the next clay and vertigo to Â¬ Brain Congestion and Vertigo Cured With tho Eleetropoise Last July I was taken with Siis l IVI rwHD L t xikmbx THROUGH THE HERALDS ADVERTISING COLOMN5 hearted testimonials received by it from friends in all lands The English damsel in Dev onshire the New England maiden of Maine the sun clad lass of California the semi tropical creole of Louisiana and last but not least our own mountain pinks all indeed who con the contents of its na ires week after wcek- - smg the same song of love Nor A French humor is this all -- Mfe ai ri i DuBois Webb5 -- Â¬ A II 11 Mm mi jnus -- irinn ni r it liar U THE HERALD of Hazel Green is a household i worti i ii is aiso i A Frankfort special of July to day 5rd says w feW H days days Uniontown Aug 11 G days Versailles Aug M days Columbia Aug 21 4 days Winchester Aug 21 5 days Sholbyville Aug 211 days Lexington Aug 285 days Madisonville Aug 2S I days days Franklin Aug 2u 1 1 1 Jsieholasville Aug Fiiiincnee Aug S 71 It leaked out here that ten wealthy STORE 131ock 1 wfX yfjrw aS t a ne- Â¬tM Â¬ i tl HAZEL GREEX SEPT Howling Green Sept 1 DAYS Woodford county men have entered into a pool each giving 1000 or 10000 in all which is to bo used to help Col Urcck inridgo carry that county Tho names of tho men are given and they aro among tho host known and wealthiest men of tho bluegrass section toveral of them be Â¬ ing well known politicians These men are said to lmvo large sums bot on Woodford county going for Hrocklnridge Â¬ Opera Uouse LEXINGTON KY M A now and carefully selected Stock of tho Â¬ cessity to the wide awake business man and all who desire to tickle trade that they may fill their coffers with cafeh have their advertisements dis- Â¬ played in its columns from time to time AVc might go Ilardstown Sept 10 days confidence in Chamberlains Colic CholParis Sept 1 f days era and Diarrluei Remedy that he warPaducali Sept 1 1 f days on and tell of other qualities rants every bottle and offers to refund and at prices that defy compe- Â¬ Elizabethtown Sept 1 1 1 days tho money to any customer who is not Horse Cavo Sept IS 1 days tition and seo tis it possesses but modesty for- Â¬ 1 days satisfied after using it Mr Kelson takes Sharpsburg Sept IS bids Suffice to say it is to no risk in doing this because the remedy Owonsboro Oct days llespeet fully is a certain cure for tho diseases for Gormnntown Oct J 1 days newspaperdom what Domixo Mrs MAGGIE HOWARD Papers that nro now publishing this which it is intended and he knows it list will confer a favor by inserting the For sale by John M Itoso is to the t urf world Kixg dato of our fair Over one third of tho members of tho Bee of class itriUKSuvnxa was a bloody fight at tho colored present congress were soldiers in tho Thoro Â¬ army In tho houso thoro aro 60 con- Â¬ G A It picnic at Loxington and murA few more subscriptions SANFORD VARNER GO der was committed During a crap gamo federate soldiers and 0 1 who fought in Tom Taylor and John Waiks becamo tho union army Of tho senators 20 will bo taken at 1 a year and wholesale dealers in involved in a row and in tho scuflle wcro in tho confederate army and 10 in Ew3 w IKrUI Fial n is ca a limited number of advertise- Â¬ Walks blow Taylors head off with a ro tho union army Altogether fhero aro M -- 1 ji 1 P ajl -4 t 15 V53J HKil 5 74 union soldiers in congress and 70 convolvor ments at reasonablo ratos J21 nnd 123 Second Street No ono in ordinary health need become federate roRTSMouTrr o Ayors Aguo Curo Is a warranted spe Â¬ bald or gray if ho will follow sonaiblo SPENCER COOPER adyia cleanliness of the cific for all malarial diseases and biliary treatment Wo Tho trade of Eastern Kontiiokv is most soalpand the use of HallaHairRenawtr dtrangemeuts respectfully solicited Ilazel Green Ky busineaH Â¬ 15 days W H Nelson who is in tho drug at Kingville Mo 1ms so much LATEST STYLESf cComo Z6 Â¬ DiREOories Se BlfiATTfiERE ARE OYER 210O5S fiHFWS DAPCR 25 v r rrrs r rr aaat tL - ri assr m SVJ -- T r-T-- r-Xft BLmp 5TM mmum -- I CAr7 - W W FYVIE -- its k-- ti wT--- Â¬ THE FY IJc tijB 1 irV PT Bj k piHC9ii iLfi wmsMmM wm fafc-amE- ppiFtJWWf T j W J- iwvvmmnuma ft4 tx TIMIWMVuOK Su Il rtflV 1 iffiCTKWR3BHsl9oBriy i lySPS MMWWtmV MORGAN COUNTy AFTER THE LEADERS When It M Wnrmt It iopiilntloitVota Ami VrolHi Ktc Morgnn county wiia formed in 1S22 out of portions of Floyd nnd Until and mimed in honor of CJimi Daniel Morgan of revolutionary fame The Licking biver runs almost centrally through the Pounty from southeast to northwest Tlio bottoms of the Licking and its tril- utariis iiro tll very fertile nnd produce griufla prawa and fruit in rich nbuldance while the hills are clad from baso to summit with a comparatively untouched forest of timber embracing all the varieties indigenous to thin Inti tude The county embraces one of the I largest deposits of cannel coal in the f state if not the largest and in point of quality can not be excelled in the world j wiuic bituminous coal iron ore and building stone abound in inexhaustible uaid that Debs punishment is certain quantities Our vast resources arc ex- A charge of criminal conspiracy will be citing the cupidity of capitalists and brought against all ollicers of the A 1L lands are enhancing rapidly in value U In addition to that they will bo This county needs but the magic touch charged with violating the injunction and of railway and turnpike transportation inciting men to riot facilities to make it one of the richest District Attorney Milchrist said an and most prosperous in the state The effort would be made to procure the in jihabitants are sober steady moral and dictment of Debs Howard and the whole industrious There has not been a executive committee of the A II U licensed saloon in the county for sixteen iid he Under tho federal statues years and crime is comparatively unthey have all been utility of conspiracy known Our educational facilities are to do an unlawful act that is obstruct splendid and improving every day interstate commerce and stop the passage There is a church in every common of the mails They oidered the boycott school district in the county There are and what followed was the natural and as yet no railroads in our county but necessary result of this act two lines arc projected and it is believed A telegram was received bv Mr Mil- that one of them the Kentucky Mi- chriht this afternoon from Attorney-Genera- l dlandwill be constructed into and across Olncy directing him to lose no time this county in the near future Our in calling a special grand jury to investroads are all free are kept in repair by igate the strike the physical force of the county under iioivi Tiii the general road laws of the state and WeofierOne Hundred Dollars Reward will compare favorably with the roads of for any cao of Catarrh that cannot be any portion of the state Morgan county cured by Halls Catarrh Cure has no turnpikes Of the streams runCHENEY SCO Props ning through our county the Licking Toledo O river alone is navigable for small steamWe the undersigned have known F J ers The Rockhoue Fork Laceys creek Cheney for the last 15 years and believe White Oak Elk Fork Caney North him perfectly honorable in all business Fork Grassy and lilaekwater creeks are transactions and financially able to carry navigable for rafts of saw logs The out any obligation made by their firm general character of the timber in our West Truax Wholesale Druggists county is good seventy tive per cent of Toledo O it being oak poplar maple ash sugar Walding Kinnan it Marvin Wholesale tree beech and pine all of good quality Druggists Tolqdp O for merchantable uses The principal Halls Catarrh Cure is taken internally agricultural products of our county of acting directly upon the blood and muwhich there is a surplus produced for cous surfaces of the system Price 75c market are corn and tobacco The per bottle Sold by all Druggists Tesgrasses best adapted to the soil of our timonials free county and which are considered the Tammanys Iuwvr most useful and profitable are red clover The city comptroller of New York in timothy English blue grass and herds his annual report shows that the city grass Our county is improving in its government lrn on its rolls 15000 sala methods of agriculture and the fertility ried employes and expends S00l00P Thero has been of the soil is increasing This is more money and patronage than no special immigration in two years past is dis penbed by the state governments of but we have had a marked increase in one half of the United States The aver No important additions population age salary of state governors does not have been made to our mill and manu- Â¬ amount to 5000 a year The governors facturing interests in the past two years of only three states receive as nrtich as About one half of our original forest 10000 a year salary but in New York remains but no effort has been made to city there are 131 oflices that pay 5000 a check its destruction or renew it There year and more and 11 of these pay year is a strong disposition in our county to iv salaries of S10000 and more The use the improved field and garden seeds most lowly ward hcelnr may hope to be West Liberty is the county scat The come an police justico if ounty has a population of UMU It he labors faithfully in Tammanys interisCsituatcd in the Tenth congressional ests or ho may become a coroner and Seventh appellate Twentieth judicial receive 5000 a year for sitting on an and Thirty fourth senatorial districts occasional corpse In the lato congressional election it cast You can relieve that headacho you 136 votes for the Democratic candidate have by buying a box of Megrimine at and 8 l for the Republican Tin HnUAin ollicc It will only cost 22157 Founds of tobacco 1317 50 cents and is sold on a positive guarTons of hay riSlD antee Bushels of corn LIBERTY IS DEAD 102GS Bushels of wheat 120fii Bushels of oats IlHiistiii Antic of CoxoyN Wealds at 1S70 of wheat Acres tint Capitol 22707 The commonwealers went through the Acres of corn 2f17 spectacular performance of burying the Acres of meadow iS073 Goddess of Liberty in front of the capi of woodland Acres 21 itol at Washington on July 1 It was Acres of tobacco 2221 the fcequal of the demonstration of May vLegal voters 229513 1 when according to Coxey and Browne Number of acres in county 1 10 liberty was mortally wounded and linValue per acre Expenditures over revenue S70b 77 gered until sho expired on the Fourth of Postodices Hangor Blairs Mills Ca- - July Dingus Elamton Eider Elk Fork Captain Austin and a force of 10 Ezei Grassy Creok Henry May town mounted anil 20 unmounted policemen Mize Omet Ophir Paragon Pomp Keel- wero on hand with two patrol wagons Liber- - A small crowd was attracted by the novel wino Relief Sellers Steele West performance The commonwealors march ty White Oak Yoeum o 1 four abreast 2 IG strong with many Oiui Hundred Drowned banners and devices At their head rodo A terrible drowning disaster is reportCarl Browne in a rcpiarkablo disguise ed from Mad near Tokay in Northern His beard had been removed and his Hungary A ferry boat which was cross- faeo powdered A wig of yellow hair d ing the river Thiess near the town His arms wero Iniro fell to his waist was capsized with 200 peoplo on and powdered A liberty cap was on his 1 board It is reported that about 100 of head and his body was wound with the the passengers were drowned emblematic garments of liberty It was print- not intended that Brown should bo known TiinllKitALPoflico now has more in tho disguise and the name of tlio ers stationery than any other similar Kentucky and Goddess was announced as Sarah Elk- Â¬ establishment in Eastern an Egyptian you want printing of any kind this is hart I I Dobs niul HI CoiiiinoIom To Ho Imllutctl lit OlRK A Chicago dispatch of 1th insL says To morrow an order will bo entered in tho United States court for a special jury to investigate tho railroad strikes On Tuesday night before leaving the city Judge Grosscup left intrujtion with Clerk Bttrtiliiitn to call a grand jury for next Tue day The investigation will be directed not merely against the strikers why have resorted to actual violence but against tho leaders of the boycott Not onlp will the men who violat- Â¬ ed the injunction of the federal court by direct interference with trains he pre sented for indictment but the govern Â¬ ment has determined to prosecute Debs Edwin Walker and tho other leaders the special counsel of the government Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ avenuo tho nrmy formed compnnv front around Ponce Monument where Goddess Browno delivered nn npostropho to tho bronze Goddess on tup of tin capitol As ho eloed Ida address he Hopped in u badly fimulnted swoon from his horse and his comrades catching him placed -r it mu uiiu iniuui itiiiaiuii in an impromptu hearse nnd laid him at full length with Hags and crepo over him The hearse was inscribed Liberty is Dead The procession then moved away to Mulligan Hill where the Goddess stepped from tho hearse and the commonwealers closed the day with dancing and speeches l- f O HHNMMMgmIIMMIMMllMMMlMMMI GEORGE W ROBINSON PISA j I ii In ar CkifeNl0iR t jikis Lu lilch lie Is scllini ur lower prices than anybody LEU IN CAM PTON KENTUCKY rf NVITKS tho Ladles of Wolfe nml the mirrouuilliiu country to cull and see tho yd nnniisoiiiu i tie nt MMMllt uuoiw lie litis lust reoeiveu lueiuiiimr wZ nil the lnshiotiablo fabrics mid Paris patients and prints besides an endless variety of Notions including nil of the latest stylos In Kaes Jtibbuits itc Ac He o also carries a large line of cheap medium nnd high grade Purchase of him nml save money 2 wiw wxnn fy W Q A liaho Without Kyo An eight pound daughter was born to Mrs Juda Grossman of Now York city on tho 3rd of July of the present year Mrs Grossman has been married seven years and in that timo haa bail four children none of whom lived The latest comer was born without eyes or even optic nerves It also has 12 lingers and 11 toes With the exception of lack of eyes its features are regular and pretty Tim J TAYLO Largest Stock FIFTH ANNUAL uMMinnMnnfRtini vmiiiwhi 3 u Kissr nw ypmwuwii firm m a Dealer in General Merchandise on a Cash Basis Lowest Prices EXHIBITION Hiiiau 1 is all home print now THE fT and only a year Â¬ Feefis It Ji 111 or Tin Â¬ Â¬ of Starr Tatuci Allen merchant and I wrltea Dr IVnner Jan Jili 1SM my duty t tell that I bun u il MillVivrfmni Uirtiioy trmihlo and Iurkuihn hail tikvl nuuh IlictTliiK tititl fur L3 years inanv reniediisthsit wero un atlv uilvertlt id without rillcf Finally a bottles of your Kidney and Murkucho Cur i Effected a Permanent Cure It lithe brat remedy that hriH emtio under my ituttac ftr thw dh iasc It claims taeuro t 1 1 TO LET IT BE KNOWN I to 1 lis Juty E3256 JS4rfklil ifCABWILL HE SEND HELD FIFTY CENTS ron A TRIAL MONTHS SUBSCRIPTION TO THC September 4 5 6 and 7 1894 1 DR FENNERS irfney sod Haskaofie Cure A Louisville Times will this voav be coiulucted strictly as a mountain instituLt Â¬ FJ Great Renal Bepurant did 9 r j Â¬ THC BRIGHTEST AND BEST AFTERNOON PAPER IN THC SOUTH Â¬ Relieves any rough asthma etc In an hour Dr rentiers Colden Relief A sneclllc In any lnllammatlon Relieves burns toot lt ache neuralpla rheumatism or any pain lit 1 SroEyosCriekeilLIsPllesSklnKruinlons Dr Fonnors Cough Honey Diseases Swelled Limbs Brights Dis- Â¬ ease Impotency etc Satisfaction guaranteed Sample free Dr 1ennerV Pollots cuieSlelc Headaches Constipation etc Tho best Family Physic Dr Tenners German Eye Salvo cures Cures all diseases of the kidneysbladder urinary passages Female Weaknesses Bed Wettinir in children Dropsy Heart Disease Rheumatism Skin and Ulood tion and our mountain people Latest Market Quotations Latest State News All the Local News Complete Press Reports LARGEST CIRCULATION IN THE SOOTH arc thus assured that their interests will be protected 30000 Or AND OVER DAILY SO ODNT0 A MONTH 500 a Year by Mall x e ntTUiis 3dItexviX Â¬ JNOi A HALDEMANBus Manager cob Fourth avenue LOUISVILLE KENTUCKY minutes Cureseolle dvopopsladysen h1jo bronehlt Is and consump Â¬ tion Onodoso cures LaGrlppo For sale by John M Rose anil Mrs Lou taryand lluvj tolio Day Hazel Green Ky Â¬ Â¬ S000-a-yea- r Â¬ A PATKN11 For a iinswcr nml un honest onlnton wrlto to iV Ill wlto liuvo hurt nearly fifty years experience In tho patent buMiip- - Ionnuunlcn tlnns Mrlctly contlitcntlnl A llnticllionu of In Â¬ formation concornlnc Intentu nml how to obÂ¬ tain tliutn Kent free Also a catalogue of mechan- Â¬ ical and nciititltlo books sent free IatontH taken through Munn Co recclvo special notlculntho Hcioutlllc American ana thus are brought wldoly before tho nubile with- Â¬ out cost to tho Inventor This splendid paper Issued weekly cletantly illustrated by tho largest circulation of any fccientlllc has far tho work In a year batiiplu copies scat free world itulldlnu Kdltlon monthly fM a year Wnido cotilea cents livery number contains beau Â¬ tiful plutes in colors and photographs of now houses with plans enabling builders to show tho latest designs nod secure contracts Address Prl5 in l CAN I OTJTAIN COPYR1GH And paid in Cash without discount of any kind Xow mountain people prepare your stock and produce and be on hand to compete for these handsome prizes A 00000 1 1 FOR THE INDUSTRIOUS If von want work Dint laiilcnxntittuul irolltnlip icacltnicn sliki iih oui iitliltfifiiiiniifillutclv nnd uotiicn Imw 10 otirn trout 500 iter iltiylo SIIOOO pur jrnr ultl nit lnnliiK Innl provlotts expirlfticiniitl liitilh lie vnilu moiit tit wlilcli Nothing illlllcttlt to they can make that amount leant or that leiittiicH nincli time The work Is easy hciltliy mill hotorahlc ami can liLiloncdiir liifj diivtiinu or IVouliiRp Hy wfteriver yon 11m tiRos further particulars address the Secretary Pre bFov Â¬ miums will be announced in a short time ILF PIER ATT Pros R A KASU Secy MUNN M CO- - SKW VOllK mil IlItOADWAV and many liavu laid foitiulatlmm that will ftiMly litlng tlicm rlohex Mime of tho Hinnrtost iniii In this country owe their uttccetm tit life to tliu xtart Ivett tliein while In ottr employ yenra iiro Von reader may do us well try It You cannot tall No capital nerejunry We lit you out with Foinitliliitliiit In new nolld and Hiiro A hook lirlmfnl of advieo U ftce to all Help your Keif hy wrlilni for It to tlay not totaorrovv UoliiB aio costly rlht In your own local Tim rixiilt of iv few liourH irork iflon citaU mccIim uiiuch ami We have tattpht thoiitaiitN of lioth 11 nexeii nil DINGFELD1CH WITH I E0 C- - ALLEH DOK m Dnh nonn Mnr nn 9Pn I IH I II E9DI I II IM II fill III AAUJU111UUI1C WE EARRINGER WITH 420 AUCVSTA WSAME COs i liui mil vi II uui Suecissors to Carter Ilros Co Importers and Jobbers of DRY Â¬ GOODS AND NOTIONS Nos 537 530 and 5 1- 1- Importers and Jobbers of rr uiZ db r West Alain Street LOUISVILLE KY f 2 AND NOTIONS LOUISVILLE KY Iatronngu of the mountain incrclnintH is most respect fully solicited A HOWARD STAMPER Attokn i y-at- -La w CAMITON KY Â¬ Will practicu in the courts of WoHe and the inljoiiiinj counties All business entrusted to our care will receive prompt nttentiou J T O 1111 DAYj 9 HAZEL GltEKN KY J TMIl7LERi 1KAiU IN Is tiie only inerclinnt in Wolfe county who hells the celebrated Jti vllff W Lv- 1 II I L j li D j Hardware Iron and KY Sieel SOUTH BEND PLOW d lio LEXINGTON respectfully invites farmers to call anil exutnitie it before purchasing tC LLOO I C1 TWI ANI I I Al PUREST AND BEST U A I IIL IIALIP TWF I 1 Â¬ TT Livery Feed and Â¬ men--tionc- Sale Stable ttteky CO 3ATLKTTSHUHH KY feQ Solo agents lor Northeastern Ken BEN WILLIAMSON h HRICt Oh OTHtR SOLD i BRANDS W POUNDS20 IN HAZEL GREEN KY ifl Doublo nml Single Rigs ami Saddle Jlorses for hire lartius eonvu im to nuy point on reinsou- - OATATOdUIlS 11IM1TICS auiu terms MiTTKIMIKADS CANS ONLY W1CST TUUfiK A9IOH MAVIS WITH TIIIKIITV ICY Â¬ 5 -- isarj - if frlrl will nlso attend tiouocriiig nud Iho IV plnco to get it After parading through Pennsylvania solicit business of this kind Respectfully ito JOHN ii PIKRVTT to nil cnlls fornuc Anytlilnf tliutcnn lio iutliii U with type CLOTHING jNViUlis finU iuidnpor enllnt MANUFACTURERSOO Ienii Streot CINCINNATI -THE HERALD OFFICE Tho Wuitt of Kastom Kentucky trade murclianta is respectfully solicited iiazkl cmiiv ky -- Bettman Bros - Co V m K - t J f V Vm n - w rr V 7t3 BBBBBBBBBBBaBBBBBBBVrTBBBBBBBBBBBBBBaBBBBByaBBVaBBBBBBBMatoBBBBBBBBBMBBBBBBBBBBBi bbbbbbB ilPaaaat mUfOSH OOOPSR Editor j I a it Thursday HAZEL GREEN KY July 12 1804 IANOIIINO 1IY VIIIiiMAIi A stuto of civil war exists in bovoii or eight Htntcs of thu union Thoro nro disturbance that doH troy tho nonco and utterly Hiibvort tlio Booiul ordor of many ootnimtn if f I Municipal and county thorities find themselves helpless in tho presonco of overwhelming mobs In nt least six statos troops nro undor arms and orders Thorn are sovoral storm con tors most of thorn in that part of tho Unitod Slatoswocall tho north a section of your country claiming to bo governed by peculiar rovor onco for tho law and tho sacred itios au- Â¬ oxist if oonfodorntod mon who will not work provent by violonce mon from working who wish to work The right to work is certainly as aicrod as tho right to quit work Tho continuance of such a slate of things will bring anarchy com plete ami despotism absolute Tho government that tolerates such a state of things is foolish the gov Â¬ ernment that winks at it is wicked tho government that can not pro vont or suppress it is woak and worthy of contempt That wago oarners may or may not havo just ground of complaint against mine owners and other groat corporations that employ thorn plays no part in discussing their right to beat and kill othor laborers for daily broad willing to -- rights of man rv wish to take it up that momont thoy pass into tho criminal class Thoy commit treason against man Â¬ kind thoy nro in robollion against tho social ordor and tho civil law Thoy enn no longor demand tho protection of Inw they dofy law and merit its pennltioHj thoy do pU in others the rights thoy claim for tbtnwtlrw Society can not Those ovil froighted movements Tho crowd was an immense one nearly every county being represented by n full inspirod by discontent and direct Â¬ delegation ed by rovonge have barely touched t M Clay jr candidate for governor that part of tho country known as was on band and impressed many presa section that is not tho south ent very favorably by many good people considered The only drunken people in attendance as a pattern of the civil virtues on Monday were a lew young men tlmt Jmvo just passed tho safety pin stage But for tho labor outrages north it Ui eon 11 Keller of the tailislo Mer is almost certain that none would cury and candidate for railroad commis havo occurred south The excep Â¬ sioner win shaking bands with the boys tions prove and illustrate tho state- Â¬ Col Hamilton tool matters philoo ment Thoro are very few foreign- Â¬ phiually and said that if the convention ers in tho southern states tho law gave him tho nomination hu would ac dofying strikers in Alabama and cept it Jen John A Williams was mixing Tonnessoo aro not Americans among the people Leno lionlo Few people seem to have tho knows Nearly everybody in the mounJoast idea of tho gravity of the sit- Â¬ tains and he talked of many pleasant uation Was the bombardment of incidents a a a a a a a a a aaiaa Fort Sumter more significant of State Treasurer Hale was a conspicuous dangor to tho most sacred things figure and when asked if the state would in American institutions If as the have to suspend payment said bethought not as money was now coming in from northern view states tho case the the heiilR attack on Fort Sumter was a shot H When ISreok Hill left home bis little nt the constitution tho labor riots boy Heudiiek asked him where ho was attack the rights of men that un I going to which Ilieulc icplied am dergird tho constitution itsolf going son on a wild goose chase and DKALKKS IN Tho industries of tho entire na Â¬ tho little fellow crying asked Will tion aro disturbed Some forms you bring tho goose back with you papa of industry aro paralyzed others nro being destroyed Tnulo sudors A high oillcial at Washington at every point The whole people thus outlinos the fixed policy of nro losers in the upsetting of values the authorities at Washington in and in tho general maloficont in- tho matter of tho prcaont labor iluouco ditVusing itself Jiko ma Â¬ The administration troubles laria out- of Mississippi swamps will not coase its efforts until the t mi throughout ovury sphere of honest i constilutiomil right of every man activity and every depart Â¬ human to secure employment tree from ment of legitimate trade intimidation is thorough estab- But tho disturbances in trade lished If that should bo the out and tho upsetting of values aro tho comoof the present struggle it will least ovils growing out of tho pres Â¬ bo well worth the price paid for it ent unparalleled Btato of things dear as it has been Strikes that involvo tho living of i l eovoral millions of the people aro ihiii mwnyn AND uui Tho nMn0crnljc convention at troubles of a very gravo and por when invoked to control the free Cun m wdnsdav endorsed i il tontious sort Hut when strikes opinions or ine loguiiitaie noiions llon W M Bockner of CMark nro attendod with violonce money of men Jlo who lulls another- be county as the proper person to fill gungos do not moasure tho losses cause he works for bread is an un the vacancy caused by the douth that socioty sutlers or tho perils speakably worse man than he who of Hon M J Lisle last Saturday that ovorhang socioty kills to punish rape The minors This wo think was eminent ly right When men whothor two work Â¬ as aro all others who use these sav- - and proper and we believe the i ers or ton thousand whoso con Â¬ ago moinods are veuois ngninsi imo onurati8 un 0V0P 0 disiriot wjll tracts aro filled out quit work they govornmonl and tho social order tmn olllowo lho actlon of tho do only what thoy havo absoluto They should all of them be putjconvontionf thouuh it is an open right to do This right is comploto down and brought into obedience qustion aa to huil rlght to take nncl Bacrod It is u right contorod nNV Ifiir DONIT FORGET THE PLACE anv action in the matter Â¬ in tho very heart of our instituA loading uiuoago paper says oi It was announced from Chicago tions So long as men simply re Gov Matthews that he tolls tho No 1 Custom Houso Block fuso to work moan ti mo molesting strikors that ho will quenoh their at 12 oclock Tuesday that General noothors in their rights they may outbroak is it requires all tho mus Master Workman Sovoroign was or may not bo foolish thoy are clo and stool in Indiana for a woek writing an order for a general JlAZKl CIHKKXKY strike of tho Knights of Labor not criminal But tho moment or h yoar If this men who havo thrown down a job This man sooiub to romombor his every whoro on Wednesday ihroiilon with any form of hurt oath of ollice and to havo forgot ton order was promulgated il atVeoted I a a a u a a a a a a a aa a aaa aaaaaaaaaaaa a aa- - a a a a kaaaaaiaiaaaiaaiaiaiaiaaaaialajalaTajaa nothing of death others who for tho lime being at least future nearly t 000000 men to aay Â¬ - do tho work they refuse That in many cases the workers as well as thoBO who buy tho output o their labor have grounds for complhint few pooplo will question for a moment Hut nothing that any mino owner or othor large employer overdid to his employes is so bad as what some strikors do to men who albeit they labor for bread wish to work at jobs that strikors have thrown down Nothing can bo less justifiable than tho mistreatment and killing of one set of men be Â¬ cause wo fall out with another no matter what tho objects of revenge have dono or aro capable of doing The employer may fix a scale of prices that mako living hard oven impossible but wo can not beat and kill men to force them to work Hut tho violent striker for him says to his brother wage earner wont work for such prices you will burn shall not If you do down vour houso or break your head Tho striker under consideration assert and upon occasion practice tho right to kill those who do not agree with their views concerning economic questions otherwise work and wages investments and profits By and by they will kill those who dilVer from them on other subjects There is as much natural and civil right for killing pooplo for their opinions about religion as for their notions of labor and its rewards If one may not work to day because another says he shall not he may not vote or pray When personal liberty is dead thoro aro no free institutions Tim Klrikmst who formrin ni kill workers for bread when -- strikes are on are lynchers by wholesale Lynch law is an abomination whether in the punishment of crime or in tho suppression of free opinion free speech or free action Lynch law savagery and diabol- Â¬ 1 1 to-morr- Tho socond day of tho Campton convention resultod in tho nomi Â¬ nation of lion Joseph Morgan Kendall for congress from this district On Monday evening when wo left Campion his friends feared a combination against him and tho indications were that it would bo a stubborn fight for tho nomination Littlo loo Hut had so endeared himsolf to very many of thorn that they novor for a moment wavered and when IMko county saw that she had no show for tho nomination she cast her vote for Joe and his nomination was made by acclamation His record in congress is so well known to ovorybody in tho district and so favorable withal that it is need Â¬ less to mention it hero Suffice to say it is as good as any mans And now wo want to get ready to hop Ilr Hopkins and give Lit He Joe the biggest majority over returned for anv man in the dis trict and we boliovo the Demo Â¬ cratic party will this time accord him that kind of an endoremeut Mr date seemed very much at case Cunt ontlon Not Kohcraon the Pike county enncli 9 m v I When in Lexington call on L G STRAUS Leading Clothiers who carry a larger line of CLOTHING and sell for less money than any house in the bluegrass capital A Watch free with every purchase of 5 or over i A i Â¬ 4r f Â¬ f Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ i Traders Deposit Bank INIT STERLING KY 30000 Capita 1 i 200000 K Sijapius M J 1 1 1 0 s r A K l7TZliT7 nt I F Pieratt Co IKK PATRICK Vice President W THOMSON Cashier Wo respect Cully solicit tlu liisimss nf inor- chants liumcrs tnulcis nnil luisiimss men generally tlnouglioiit Knstoin Kentucky A general ImuMiig ksincss tloiu Jivo us u cliuiiec to senil you a hank liunl Day your clicelvs and loan you inoncv when in neeil V TllOMihOv V Cash ACADEMY OF THE VISITATION roit Gene M YOUNG Mt LADIES m w m Me mm Lave Stock Atlmtrabilos Whito Sulphur Ky This institution unikr the illiovtinn of the NMns of the Visitation II V M is Hit tinted in a healthy ami heaiititul Incalty of the well known lllue irass Kciioii Meie the pupiU enjoy the eoiufots of home far leiuovetl fiaurthe dlstt aetiuiiH of a city ami can consetuently with greater facility avail theinsclves of the ailvaiitageK ntlonlcil of a thorough education Terms rente liable Music Cravon anil Painting etia Mouse is heated by steam For lurtlier particulars address apparatus Sistors of tho Visltntiou B V M v i 1 um 1 LOUIS ii STIXS IN CO j WltOIKSAIK 1IMKIIS Â¬ Â¬ Country Dry Goods NOTIONS Etc Third Itauu and Union St CINCINNATI O We carry the Loods tlmt will Hiiit vour trade and our prices aro TUP IOWKSt Wceial attention given to mail orders ill II 1 Produce DRY GOODS AND NOTIONS you want new styles and tho host goods at hottoin prices you can always find tlium them If at CASSELU PRICES 1G 5 oleotions involving his political fortunes Bishop Attious 0 Hay good in the Independent tho murtl eoiupletu line of ilrc s goods to bo fun ml in ICaitoin Kentucky ami tho II I U I PS lutly who wlnlies fashionable fahrUw for WITH lierMiiauuur wear should writo thorn for Hiimplert uml prices Or butter still go Tho nroceedinirs of tho Gamnlon M OO aml umke 1p mvn Hecc linvn fnilod 10 ronoh aml Hl IOIIIIKU8 IN ooinontion UoH Tu Fjco wlll i0 right for they us notwithstanding wo had made sell an low iid auyhmlv Hardware Agricultural Implements to socuro special arrangomonts Mrs Kuiily Laoy who has boon visit I RONTON O thorn Thoy will howovor npponr iug rolativeH and friends at Mt Sterling Tion fini joii imuntino returned homo Wednesday ovoalng in qui noxt I1 CALL AT THIS OFFICE Paiauols it ICiairi Mt Sum ling eurry ami 10 West Main Street J r LEXINGTON KlUNTUOKY t0n W KERR WM B LOGAN i Druggist M BoQKSBller WINCHESTER KY Mall ordurs uromntly attonded to and your patronage Is dchlred Call vhea In the city t A bi A waKsymmxy ywmn WEKB BBMn ECERIJ3 For Congress ANNOUNCEMENTS IOSKIMI iMvMAMlHru7 l A N J1 Hvil county Kftitiiukv n n candidate for Congress Irom tlio Tenth oimrmltMiul Dlntrli l tubjuol to tliu action urthu Deinouratie party C TIiS V TiXVr1rzl SK V r NN For Shoriir I thojmoplc at rnudidate lor Muiill Nolle county Hiihcct onlv In the will of tin- - luinounen SAM 1MM polls in November tiEMiBRTIHS tliinus P should roatl ovory nrtlclo itoncontains liou rT oaoh ot 0 Uood mKgW print PAPEll is all homo nml ii you want nil tho eight pagos You will Hud Ioonl nows that way MifM all tho Nnnnio Halo who went tn Mimic fco to suo her parents rctnrneil Wiilncs lay Will Miller uml wifoTmTwio nor of laris III mo visiting Mize ami family K Tin 0 T Uoso of yuihvuUrays Tit i lrUii is tlu host local newspaper in the mountain liny your writing paper at this olliec two ijuiies for only lf conts best It is the Â¬ Youll like it Florence Stephen of Mt Stervisiting her granilniothor Mrs Louisa Wilson of this place Miss ling is 1 11 Waril of lllackwater is an excellent Hays Tin Hiuaii paper anil should ho read by everybody Klilor J A Howard says Kvery body likes Tin No ono should bo without it Jt gives all tho important character news in a most readable manner It is time school officials were waking Klder 1 A Howard will preach the up getting after the profane and diuiiken funeral of icorge Wilson in a grove at teachers Revoke their certificates and Sn ml field Wolfe county on the fifth let them seek other fields of labor Our Sunday in duly assisted by Roy II F country is still blessed by many true Juuagau These shielded by their own teachers KlderIR Nickellof Menofee county integrity have fought tho battles and Mjvcrnl months since received a stroke of advanced tho country in tho cause ot They have accomplished this paralysis which caused him to lose the education use of his tongue and limbs He now by yieldijig to their nobler impulses and If our icquests us to state to his friendn and to their God given faculties acquaintance in this section that he has teaeheis expect to make a reputation and be done in the reclined his speech and tho use of his if great things aro yet to school work they must bo true to limbs with the exception of ono arm line of Klder Niekcll has been a great factor in themselves and heed tho voice of the tho religious welfaie of Knstorn Ken soul that woos them from the low and tucky and during a ministry coveting base plainsof earth topurorand brighter some twenty five years claims to have spheres Obey that great precept of Shakespeare taken into tho chinch 7000 souls 4ThN above all to thine own self ho ti no who was raised above Ami it must follow as tho night the tiny James Amyx Daysboio but who has been living in Thou cutist not then ho false to any iiuiii Gaupax Texas for about a Hyar is missing and bis family and frfTCMils fear that ho may WOLFE COUNTY have died on the railroad between San I lino liiooulcs Angolo Texas and this place Mr Kev Henry Taylor who has preached Amyx had been sick for quite a while at for us for the last ten years filled his his home near Robert Ice Texas and appointment hist Saturday and Sunday his brother Hreck sent him money from There were three additions to tho church lioro to come home on Henry Williams Dudley Lykins and his daughter Miss who lives at Robert Loo took him to Susie of Campion were here Sunday Sun Angolo on the 2Stli day of May last and Monday and Miss Susie closed the and on parting from him understood contract with tho trustees for our school him to say that he would start from Drs James and llarvev Stamper Con tlicro on tho IMHh Since that time not gleton 1rophit and Cox wero called u word has been heard from tho tick together on the lnl inst to take off the jiiim and as above stated his family arc leg of Lesley Tyra who was last week very uneasy about him Wo publish shot by his brother Harvey They said this in the hope that their anxiety may that blood poison had run into his body bo relieved and newspapers throughout and they could not save him and on tho country will confer a favor by men Friday morning at l oclock he died tioning tho matter Or perhaps soino leaving a host of relatives and friends to of them may know of a young mini who mourn his loss Lesley was 21 years of lias died within a month past under cir- age and has been a cripple from child Â¬ cumstances similar to tho oaso hero re hood His father was killed from the ferred to and if m they will pleaso bushes 18 years ago Ho has had a hard communicate with this ollice way getting through this world but according to testimony ho is now in tho Mrs Too Swango who lives just across of Jcmis and his lameness is cured lied rivor from Hazel Green ncnt her arms morgan COUNTY littlo girl Ora to tho barn ono day last fresh egg in a few minweek to got a Involutions utes tho child camo running back to tho 1 M Pioratt has just returned from told Jiouso screaming with aflright and Cincinnati hor ma that a great big snake was on tho Draten Hryant who lias been out west Huriilo Kiuch who was in a nftt awhile returned last week nearby field wuh called and found tho J K Quicksall wuh in town last week fluako coiled around tho nest and over looking nearly like himself again after tho back of tho lion and busily engaged his long illness eating tho eggs from under tho hen which Henry 0 Muxoy and Mrs Margaret was asleep Ho dispatched it and upon Oliver of Montgomery county who havo measuring it found it to bo exactly six in been visiting in this county returned foot in length and about eight inches homo last week circumference at tho thickest part 1 notice that a Mt Sterling paper is of tho Vhou released from tho coils two and sympathising with tho people of our fluako tho hen gave a cackle or county on account of us being alllicted immediately assumed hor slumbers hut Perhaps if Montgomery walked with religion awoke after a few minutes and was alllicted with more religion county ofrapparently all right Tho snake was and loss blood who would bo making for with of tho species known as cow sucker When it was kill- Â¬ herself a much better name black and whito spots Klder J A Howard lias recently had barn to ed another llttjo ono ran to tho in West Liborty across a largo Homo good meetings eco tho monstor and camo tho immediate neighborhood result Â¬ killed nml black Himko in which after it was flvo of which in length ing in forty nino additions was found n rat nine inches Ho preached on tho says ho wero by baptism Dr Kiwli tolls us tho above and In ovory Htreota in West Liborty tho churches avIII vouch for ita truthfulness being locked against him Ho propclioU llruii Truntnon School Twtntiorn Wo aru surprised when we look around over our country and see tho discord ami commotion arising from tho ellorts of teachers to obtain Hchools Tho trustees of tho various districts are more popular than the candidates for congress They are surrounded by teachers from early u oru till dewy ee and sometimes into the darker shinies of night and tho poor tidked todeath trustee gives a feeble promise of tho school Then when that teacher returns to claim tho school ho is greatly surprised to learn that another has it under contract and he turns sadly away to strike for another school Some trustees will employ tho lirst one that applies to them in order to get rid of being harassed bv so many applicants They do this regardless of character or reputation t How many trustees or board of examiners ever require an applicant to bring up evidence of their morality the greatest tequisite of a good teacher At a meeting in Morgan county not long since theie was present a man puffing at a nasty cigar and reeling Ilom tho olleets of that hellish stulf whisky that is dragging them down to the lowest Vet that man depths of perdition daily holds a lirst class certificate and wo feel safe in saying that he is not the only teacher that is a slave to llaeclius Is such a one capable of holding up to his pupiU noble ideas and high aspirations No his mind cant conceive anything higher than meie money making and diNow you parents that have gesting children to be educated would you have them taught by an honest truthful up right moral and christian man or woman or would you have a man false to himself his country and to God and wholly in capable of moulding a pure upright Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ on upper Long Uranch last Sunday to a congregation of 1000 people UruitT iiitnny Ml IH II lllllll J 0 Havens I Jreek wont to lrlt Jackson Monday mnri li Ilium IU HAZEL Wi GREEN 11 1 1 Slfr ACADEMY l L- a on business TlHL I Iiim 1 - O v limf unnl unlit vvi pw Rob Hartley for ft 25 F Havens of Outer was in this FIRST TERM BEGINS MONDAY SEPTEMBER 3 neighborhood last week on buslness Dr David Halsey who has been con A COIlinloto Faatlltv that Is hi Hvmmithv ulth lm mliiKAttmuil IninrnntM nf fined to his room some four or flvo years ft w Kimturii Keutuuky with sickness U still no better ta Studies in all departments of school work rnrrhd on Old Uncle llillie Caskoy whoso illness lVlMUMil lfll PiMVI lf M Iiniki lkllln has been hetetoforo reported Irom tinio 00 g Matriculation totime in these columns isstill no better Itonrd t0 00 Virgle tho little daughter of J C Tuition 10 00 Washing Havens whose illness has heretofory 4 00 Music per loxson 35 been mentioned is again on the sick list One half puyahlo in advance Rev A H Stamper will preach at the old Grasy church near this place Sat- Â¬ Jhuliiotioti for sicklied protracted two weeks or more urday July M at oclock and Sunday Kruo scholarships to otto pupil from iiaeh of twenty counties at i oclock Knroll the lirst day and apply yourself and you will Join with all in sny- J F Havens and Hob Hartley of ty lag Harel U recti Academy Is thu hest ami cheapest school in Knutorn ffj Outer passed through here Monday en 2 k iviintuokv route to Jackson whore they engaged in Send for Catalogue for particulars G W Goad of hauling lumber also Outer parsed through here Monday en route to Campion to attend the convencktiJLc JsVsDc v Cr tion v sr cSsr Your correspondent had the pleasure of attending church at Long Rranch Sunday Theio was quite a crowd in attendance and good order prevailed Revs J A Howaid and II l Dunagan KY Thin soliool on torn upon its fifth your in Scptjiprttur nml it is bo preached and there was dinner on tho ground Your town was well represented liovotl hat no othor school in tho atuto if in tho ontiro south 1ms mot with Huch roiunrkablo huccosh in ho whorl u timo Tho wholo Hcordt CiNirKiuA SESSION OF 180 95 I r V 1 1 51 1 1 I Cc TO H 0Oltfj Â¬ NVrv ilnciiai fficfiJM kentuWTRAININGWool MT STERLING lios in tho fuct Hint mml BOY IS TRAINED ACCORDING TO HIS NEEDS I EACH OlurU OcMinlj Popular Yomij StntoMiiiiu and trained by ono of tho bout Faculties in tho Htato YOU OW1Q StiiiuiiiiliH to oiiMiiiiptloii At f oclock Saturday morning Hon YOUR HOY AX ISIHOATIONI Why not givo him TtllO BEST Boarding Marcus 0 Lisle representative in con You can oduculo your boy but onco thoroloro do it right pupilH undor tho itntnodiato supervision of thu Suporintondont and gress of the Tenth district of Kentuckky MILITARY JHSCMIMJNIC Send for ologant cataloguo died at his home in Winchester He had Faculty Major C W FOWLEY Suporintondont long suffered front pulmonary disease and his death was not unexpected lhtrial DANVILLE KY took placo on Monday Marcus Claiborne Lislo was born in YOUNG FOR WOMEN Clark county September 23 1SG2 He Two Collojjn Course in Latin Jiook Math Modern Iiiiiiuiiiin vt leading to A I received his education in tho common and It ti degrees Firth year open Sept - 1MM Addicts C A CAMIMIKMi IresIllOnt 10JI schools of the county and at Kentucky University He took a law course at CONGRESSMAN LISLE DEAD Â¬ f r m CALDWELL COLLEGE Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ particular Columbia College law school New York and began the practice of his profession AND LISTEN TO US in Winchester in the year 1S87 Ho was acA elected county judgo of Clark county in You tiitiKt have uooiIh and we inunt have 1800 and two years afterwards was electmoney We will guiuauteo a Having of to l5 per eent to ou on every pur ed to succeed Mr Kendall in the fifty ehase fiom uh We Nell everything hi third congress receiving H6ir votes the thy looils and Notion fine Wo V while Hon Charles W Russell his re fy hell Cm pet Oil Cloths and Window Shades at 7 IIJ publican opponent received Mr Lisle was very popular in the tenth ill vTVi district He was indeed one of the most Lexington and Mt Sterling prices not active Kenttickians in congress and In It We inn ke ieiils Clothing to or- Â¬ labored beyond the endurance of his der at less than leaily niado priui i Wo give elegant gaaianteed He Httffercd with frail physical nqture pulmonary trouble ho fore entering pol itics and for the past week his death was To our euhtonierH Well glvo you tho ft Nw sr iy ty daily expected higgeM inilueeiueiitH you ever got to to trade with un Try it thin year A month ago Mr Lislo announced ills retirement fiom active political life IS 8T0HE Wil THE GOLDEN RULE His opportunities wero circumscribed but with a bright mind untiring energy V V and lofty ambition he pushed himself up from a farmer boy to a representative of the national congress rising step by step and through it all maintaining a beautiful character so much so that those with whom he had dealings loved 1 ad tliun Allflirro He was the eleventh child of ittuui him Claiborne Lisle His mother wjim a Miss Hampton of Knglish extraction endowed f Quakimuitv IImuno rowtnn In or nil wovo found tuo tent Cluluin a pluco ubovu tho rent AboImulyiuvuml whoUwmc Omit with a strong native mind with a heart nvith ton lioiuilcM Ret inni iilo Of yourClrocornn y day pure a lovely character desirous of If It la not wit Ho your imnntca will ro pny hull making honored men and women repre- Â¬ f Hon cst trl nli nil mif llclcnt InllnroOiuniwIll iiuvor bo ThowwhoUHuQ 0 111 1 lor kiuxohh will ev er fol low Omit sentatives in society and the nation Mr Lislo was a true representative and labored hard for the Democratic We want apcuti lady vr gcntlemnn party and his district 1 fad his life been JtUlrtu Quaker City 11 P Co Jlichuwr- ImL ho would have risen to enviable spared heights in tho halls of tho nation and mfTfl TTnrMV T N oulvSl a vpar and It Is aoktiowledieil to ho tho hoNtloonl Kentuehy Hutmerlho now and HCOtire H Mi notwithstanding he was called to meet I aajla H Hi KA I I F lMlr puhllHlied lu It wilt eouialii thin roar all the guoil things his summons early in life ho had finished a good work and was prepared to outer upon his reward WHEN YOU WANT A WATCH I April 20 1887 ho was married to Miss Or anything in tho Lizle ihiekiier Roan and to them was lowolry lino lot mo - frOit i born a hoii ICarnest Clifford now live know it I will fur- 18111 years old Mrs Lislo died March niai von yoodrtVorlh Mr Lislo was a member of tho South thomonoy nnd YOU ern Presbyterian church and at this Thin Nohool now at thu head of Cidlegi K Will lltlVO HTAUANTKK church his funeral was preached Monday for Young Liulles In Keutueky oflorH tho at homo whuro you heNt iidvaulageH to ptreiitii w lulling o villi morning at 11 oclock by tho pastor can uho it into their daughter well Jtov J J Chisholm assisted by tho Coiiilortahlo rooiiiH good faro anil thu hHt JloHpoutfully Rev W S Keone of the Christian of timeliing Illcen iiiodenui For eatalogiiuH or liiioruiatloii wrltu to church and tho Nov W T Rolling of ir rAiDiD j coop wnrtr the Methodist church REV C POPE President Ho was buried in Wincltestor cemetery MILUilUSMtMlO KY Morgan County Ky Ry order of the mayor tho business houses of Winchester wero closod during MAUIMN the funeral and tho courthouse was with draped in mourning Sorrow and sad ness was pictured on ovory faco from tho WI10LIWAL13 DRY OOODI humblest to tho highest so great was NOTIONS ROOT SHOES c tho lovo they boro for their honored OArAiofiuiM CATLKrraitUHO KY foflly MINUTIIS 4AHtlltHKtlmtMHV dead 4 iotiH uj with tjx fink HHapHiwmua KNvrioiics H0 P L Kecso at Mt Sterling is head Â¬ TUfl QFPRFK Uow t0 quarters in Kotucky for wwlng ma I If U oLUnt I Oyoiirroot wiar without -HERALD OFFUjfc Inst Hiul Ulust Hnik without ronk lamp chines and supplies Wrlto him for h T LFAVIS Inir Miit for iirto Aihlrwi CO CrtHcy Ky Tor thono vuluublo receipt bottom prices 1IAZKI ORKKX KT -Â¬ Â¬ 1 1 KEEP PERFECTLY STILL w jy TVSvV CINCINNATI PEICES n- - M Ml llIlrON rropriotor QUAKER CITYBAKIMG POWDER viK I 5 mMmmMMMkMim I - iiuiiuui 1 I piiiisMis BIS College Â¬ TUB won m yi m t WJ1 iiii Â¬ HH for D H CARPENTER PlIHTIKG -- mm lf iittiuuiais THE i -- - -- - m - - r V1 rrv l KIERJLXjP WBKCER OOOPBI HINTS OF A DEAL KeiiorU Tlini n 1U Own Htrlko linn linen Kudo In Mnrtlu County An Ashland special to tho Courier Journal says Samuel Clay of Lexing ton Ky with Messrs George T Stearns York broker mul Alfred mann also ol tuat city and rcprcscnta tivo of a- inrgo German lubo manufac turing company that is about to placo a branch establishment at Wntortown N Y camo out of tho JJig Sandy valley Inst night after a trip of three c iy3 in tho coal and gas territory with what Komarks object is carefully concealed Mr Clay though point to a dropped by largo prospective deal in coal and gas lands and ho referred tnystcrously to a largo gas strike that had been made in Martin county on Wolfo Creek Itfitor irras CANDIDATE FOR CONGRESS bJ3STi5i2fSSIKr b Ejr CongresstnRn John D White of MftJocbttter Clay county hns tnken u ales which will throw n deal of lifo nnd JIhc Sarsaparilla a v Af AVERS i m nxere wmm mm HilFiEitiiil er AND - AVE YOUR HOUSE CHEAP SIMPLE RELIABLE HANDY xeftementitU6 the Eleventh district con g fMwiomtl race g H w8 in Louisville recently nnd to n rrvV t S 3tt J Courier Journal reporter lie stated that S OVLB VVrV w 1m intended to becomo a candidate for Wi oonftrcM flgalnBt Congressman Silas Ad fiin and humorously prefaced thin by re- jBwwking that business was dull junt now Insurance may cover actual loss of goods burned but jmkI it Was a good timo to go into politics it does not pav for time and trade lost while re establishing Mr White authorized the publication PllEVKNT THE FIRE WITH A STEMPEL business ELECTnopbTsiT of the following card which addresses itSPENCER COOPER Hazel Green Ky acjpnt for Wolfe and to the voters of his district Two KoutliA Hunt tf OO SPCull and sco tho LiUlo AVondor Morgan Counties In view of tho fact that Hon Silas il A limited number of instruments will ijnfrafmm imurmKmimmvrKaiatixwwKtnmmmmuimumvitmmm eiwsnmnxumtWKMmmmm Adams is still detained in Washington bo routed at this nominal price simply D 0 and considering tho present un- Â¬ as an advertisement You can not afford settled condition of business affairs to miss this opportunity It has never throughout tho United Slates now re- Â¬ been mado before and will not last long 11 13 and 10 W Main Street LEXINGTON KY quiring of tho pcoplo most profound de- Sco advertisement elsewhere Address B liberation ad to tho cause of tho evil times DuBois Do you want to mnko your dol Aro you economically inclined Webb Louisville Ky upon us I have to request that you in double- duty such is iho enso you will cortainly como to U9 lars do If Combs ANHiillnnt Sunt to lull no wiso commit yourselves too far in nd whon you aro in Lexington shopping Last week wo published an account of vanco as to your choice for representa- Â¬ the shooting of Hen Combs and wifoin We Give More Goods for a Dollar Than Any House in Kentucky tive in Congress at tho next November Tho Jackson Hustler of tho Breathitt election and especially since whoever Tli is week wo are making a special salo on Embroidorios and Swiss Gth iiiBt gives tho following additional V your choice may bo ho will not take his Plouncings On themcrningof the 27th seat in congress until December 1895 particulars fie per yard 10c EM BROIDERIES for of last month sometime before daylight ti 10 and 10c 0 and 26c unless tho president should call an extra 1J M Combs and wife of Troublesome fie If Hid 0i session of congress nfter March 1895 a by a tioiso in tho kitchen 10c 35c SWISS FLOUISTCINGS for besides tho questions now agitating wero awakened it 7fjo 25c They aroso and Mr Combs went to the tho public mind may bo quito overshad15c 25c INDIA LINEN in remnants kitchen door when tho cocking of a pis owed by others to ariso in tho near fu1500 yards 10c 11ATISTE 4c caused him to dodgo nnd its load was Wo also sell HAMMOCKS for 50c 75c 85c Doc 125 and 150 CRO- ture of mora serious and far reaching tol lodged in Mrs Combs foot making a QUET SETS 55c 75c and 89c LADIES OXFORDS 50c 75c 100 and up consequences and demanding patriotic Tho thief escaped but GLORIA SrLIv UMBRELLAS paragon frame 99c LADIES RIRRED VESTS severe wound action 5c 8c 10c 15c 20c and 25c each J D PURCELL fell as he jumped oil tho porch and Mr At tho proper time after Mr Adams wmmm Combs recognized him as Cy Holland roturn from Washington nnd beforo the who had just returned from the state November election I desiro to address to tho liands of any but roliablo prison wiiero no Jiau uccn lor too past you faco to face on tho political issues year for stealing a yoke of cattle Dep peoplo whon you aro looking for of tho day and trust that I shall receive uty Sheriff Flint Davis started on tho CLOTHING Wo aro tho largost Lot your first ontry bo a resolution your indorsement not to buy until you havo soon us for trail and Sheritl Brcck Combs and Hop house in Control Kontucky and JrS Oucsh 1or 1000 Davis arrested him at Mr Pat tons on Tho Weekly Courier Journal has an- Â¬ Quicksand the 29th Ho appeared bo mako a specialty of 700 and 10 With every suit for Men nounced another of its popular guessing fore Judge Cardwoll waived examina Suits contests taking tho temperature at Lou tion and his bond was fixed at 1000 in wo givo a guaranteed lovor movo Oil isville during tho month of August as default of which he was sent to the mont dust proof WATCH AND tho basis Ono thousand dollars in cash Clark county jail lie confessed to White Hall will bo given free as presents to the now having stolen five head of cattle in Knott CHAIN free You will run no chanco Things aro what thoy seem or old ronowing subscribers who cucss county since his return in April and to GRAVES CO COX Thero will bo no disappointments tho hottest day at Louisville during havo traded them to a man in Menefee LEXINGTON KY in storo for you givo tho closest guess to the county for two horses one of which he August and highest temperature tho weather bureau took possession and sold to a man in VICTOR BOGAGRT thormomctnr will reach on that day The Wolfo county The other horse was left MANAGER subscription prico of tho Weekly Courier for ten days with its former owner lie i 87 X Broadway LEXINGTON KY Journal is 1 a year Each guess must said ho did not know whoso cattle thev by ono yearly subscrip- wore as they were brought to him by an be nccompanied 17 K Short Street tion No newspaper published in the accomplice They are thought to be the United States has been so liberal to it s property of S M Napier of Ilindmnn LEXINGTON subscribers or has offered such liberal Holland told tho sheriff that thero was a prizes to sccuro now subscribers as the better placo at Frankfort for a man than DEALER IX Diamonds Watches and Jewelry Courier Journal During tho past 18 to bo roving over theso mountains and Fair Dealing and months it has given away in presents his desiro for a home there for several Roliablo Goods Eottom Prices All Goods and Work absolutely free 17400 in money not to years more will certainly bo gratified Guaranteed mention such premium articles as sewing is tho finest puro white So Clean And a Line of Implements r s machines watches guns etc This in soap ever introduced here It is better business depression that is spito of tho Mitchell Wagons Owensboro Wagons than Cashmero Roquet for the toilet felt as much moro in newspaper offices superior to Ivory for fino laundry and McCormick Binders and Mowers than in any other business Tho Weekly HAZEL GREEN KY ahead of Sapolio for tho kitchen One Whitolcys Solid Steel Binders and Mowers Courier Journal has just announced the cake 10c 2 for 15c 4 for 25c Sold at Is the only firm in the town which lian in stock for McCormick Whiteley and JFRepairs lucky gucssers in its May rainfall condies tho justly celebrated this office only f 222 of theso guessora Champion Machinery Granger and Tiger Hay Rakes test Thero wero Shooting at tho IMc nlc distributed over tho states of Alabama Avery and Malta Double Shovel Plows Another sad calamity has been added from the wholesale house of Arkansas Kentucky Texas Tennessee to tho list of crime in Breathitt county Mississippi Indinna Virginia Missouri Louisiana Illinois Iowa Ohio Pennsyl From tho scattering reports which have PORTSMOUTH OHIO Indian Torritory como to our ears we glean tho following Nebraska vania tt When you want tho BEST footwear seems that on tho fourth at tho pic Michigan South Carolina South Dakota It givo him a call nolly West Virginia Now York California nic at Athol everything had gono on Ploridn Washington and Oklahoma No pleasantly enough till tho middlo of tho HOUSE hotter indicator of tho circulation of the afternoon some of tho boys becoming a COMBS CAMPION KY Weekly Courier Journal could bo had littlo boisterous on the grounds Deputy AND GRATES J B IIOLLON Proimurtok than this list Samplo copies of tho Sheriff John Blanton proceeded to quiet 3apor with full details and blanks may them Owing to ono of tho party hav The patronage of the traveling public is he had by sending a request on a postal ing a pistol ho placed him under arrest respectfully solicited Table the best and The Farmers Friend card Address Weekly Courier Journal At this others joined in tho controversy every attention to the comfort of guests Louisvillo Ky Contest closes July 81 nnd Mr Blanton summoned Sidney JohnNorth Maysville Street Mt Sterling Ky FLOYD BYKD son and others to arrest him In tho Camp ton Ky struggle which ensued it is reported that Mrs Bina A Otis wifo of ATTOllNEY-AT-LA- W As it is Springtime of course everyone will want to clean Otis of Kansas rojoiccs in tho fact Johnson shot Ligo Gabbardof Lee county Abstracts of title furnished collechouse and must havo that her son will cast his first ballot to probably mortally wounding him John Â¬ tionsO made and prompt returns guaranteed son himself received at least ono wound Connected with the law firm aid in enfranchising his mother of Wood Day but escaped from tho crowd in tho midst Mt Sterling Ky in civil practice Matting- A Dick Crawford brought his of much shooting and excitement Last Juno Wo C JOHNSON J U SWANGO twelve months old child suffering from regret tho whole of this deplorable affair T Campton Hazol Green diarrhoea to mo It had been Sidney Johnson has been an industrious infantile JOHNSON SWANGO woaned at four months old nnd being student for two or thrco sessions past it Such as Bedroom Suits Cheap Bedstead Rockers Pianos ATTOllNYS-AT-LAalckly everything ran through it like is a pity that ho became involved in this Will cir Organs Bureaus Tables Mattress and everything that you water through a sieve I gavo it tho difficulty It is likowlso a sad pity that cuit practice in the Wolfo county andmade can iincl in a lirst class Furniture House courts Collections promptly Vc have tho lar- Â¬ usual treatment in such cases but with Â¬ tho fatally woundod man should bo cut nnd abstracts of title iuriiishcd on short gest lino of Carpets in Eastern Kentucky and our Furniture out benefit The child kept growing off in tho primo of his life Whon will notice is tho latest and at rock bottom prices Be sure to call and thinner until it weighed but little more tho pcoplo of Kentucky throw their pis D MOORE sco us at MASONIC v than when born or perhaps ton pound3 WITH U tols away Jackson Hustler to giving it CO BEN WILLIAMSON I then stnrted tho father and Diar Â¬ P L Beeso at Mt Sterling is head Â¬ Chamberlains Colic Cholera quarters in Kentucky for sowing ma Â¬ c rhoea Remedy Beforo ono bottlo of tho chines and supplies Writo him for CATLETTSBURO KY cent size had been used a marked bottom prices Solo agency for South Hond Plows iwprovement was seen and its continued Mme Alboni tho celebrated contralto weakness nnd Its ae cured the child disappeared and its whoso death in Paris tho cahlo announces wwwnwuwuin It J P LOOKHAHT ptfnr constitution if not tho last of tho ther andjbeliovo tho childs lifo was was ono of tho last world of tho days of singors of tho mrod by this remedy J T Harlow groat alio P Tamaroa 111 For salo by John Jenny Lind and Orisi In tho fifties if ZEL KY mado a triumphal tour of this country MT KY - O M rsrsiS J A - sf H Cures Others Will Cure you fffif iftl 0 MMMMMM Br - 1BH Â¬ Bonftt WM Xitt A PI -- Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Begin Â¬ ie tear Rp Carpets Curtains Rugs Cloths Mattings HUGH HICKS piaifectuni Jeweler Â¬ iy HARDWARE Full QUEENSWARE Agricultural TINWAR John M Rose Â¬ lept Boots and Shoes Â¬ C Â¬ P Tracy Co The Best and Cheapest Cook Stoves and Ranges on the Market Queensware at Cut Throat Prices MANTELS Â¬ Â¬ A Â¬ New Carpet or Window Shades or House Furnishing Goods W 1 Â¬ TEMPLE Hardware Cutlery D tttJvroN QMMTBL Mt Sterling Ky TRIMBLE BROTHERS - mil hs ju w f if JdLRo- STERLING t r- - O v 1 V - i i t A - - t i A rzZSH m u www 1 I n Aami P JWT3KfrMgMBMeECiSflEM m t rnsxtajuLujuijttuiMiKVAxuujmMMjLM -- mllfcJJMlmllTuuLmuXJJLwwwrgWflllll 7V f iitiiipaiwiuLiuiJii aP--o a nw w m fcfivCtr r LjOf jj13 n ti i faisKrt zjj i n V Xt A i LA ii-- n i iT rj -t i i t i u llttlo npcclal conversation witll you both together and separately Perhaps Id ns well havo it first with brother if you and ho please Certainly His Julia Ive got some things to look after in tho yard and garden and will leave you and Cullcn for awhile Dont hurry You and I can have our chat at any time I wiah you could spend tho night with us Wo would do our best to make you com- Â¬ WALTER 1334 A WOOD v HAT RaTCCTS W es eft rrassi m 1K kT jJr MJ iay jtf i Always at the frbnt in design style and quality of our rawTr i V f i J w MOWERS TUBULAR J t y its dd rO rV m PRNiONJ a S C f M fortable Oh dear no child I cantdothat Well call you after awhile As Uaiftiah i pPYRIGrrT IS92 BY jfBjUfWNCoTTiQOWANX 5 leading tho child was joing out Julia said What a blessing Cullcn you two jave in each other aud what another REAPERS and STEEL MOWER I m i 9 I IF fi I such it softly Youre the best friend Ive If he cuted just the same as got away from ma That Wiley interrupted will be Thatll do Go on home and dont entirely unnecessary my dear brother come up in town any more to day and my advice is to you to let Wiley Vitner for Oh Yonder is jour the devil son take care of himself how he stand horse in this community It dont lay in you Ho turned away as Wiley left the to bolster him up house Oh my dear Cullcn said Hannah CHAPTER VII I who in another room had heard all It seemed good to Wiley Amerson been so rough instead of waiting the twelve months dont think Id havo allowed by law to pay over to his with brother You dont understand him Hannah brother now the money bequeathed to not at all Hes lost to all honor let him llesides ho wished to express his gratification that to considerable alone natural affection Dont say any a portion of land belonging to the es- Â¬ more to me now tate did not pass by the will and to CHAPTER VIII offer that his brother if he chose One morning about a month after- Â¬ might have the greater share of it lie was moved to this partly because wards SIrs Wiley Amerson went in he had heard of no complaint on Iul her carriage to the upper place On lens part and no threat and partly for tho way thither she drove to Cullens anojjhei reason which he hugged close- Â¬ gate and after calling out Hannah ly within his breast So one day said that if it was entirely convenient while returning from the plantation to tho family she would return in an beyond ho stopped at Cullens place hour or two dine and spend a portion and went in armed with twenty one of the afternoon with them Certainly Sister Julia Ill bo de- Â¬ Jiundred dollar bills Hannah who lighted to have you so will Cullcn I now at twenty one was prettier than ever before and looked as young as am sure How are you Xot at all well Hannah thank you when she was a girl received him with accustomed cordiality and at once but I thought a drive out here wouldnt dispatched a messenger for her hus Â¬ do any harm and then I wanted to see band who was with the hands in ono you and Cullcn and have some talk with you him particularly of his Holds Cullcn was sent for in good time to You neednt have been in a hurry to send for Cullcn Hannah You do meet the visitor Oh Culleu sister looks wretchedly look so well 1 declare I wish Julia We must treat her just as if nothing could keep young like 3ou do Thank you brother Wiley I am had happened you especially Why of course Hannah Sister audi almost always keep very well I often wish Sister Julia could have doubtless knows that I couldnt pos some of the health which I have more sibly have anything against her who has no more to do in this mean busithan enough How is she to day 1 Only so so She doesnt complain ness than any saint in Heaven no message from much but since fathers death shes hope shes brought taken on more than I think she ought her husband for with him 1 shall have nothing to do either personally or by I stopped to day to turn over to Cullcn him I thought proxy Jut l snail pay entire respect the money father left Id just as well do that now as wait He to her feelings mean do you Cullcn You dont sides I wanted to tell him of some al that if she was to tell you that she had lowances I was willing to make him I just declare you look why you look persuaded brother to olier some sort of a settlement that would that first rate Hannah wouldnt f eem to be too far out of the Gallon will be hero presently way thai that at least you wouldnt Yes he said with a languor indicative of town manners They chatted consider it Ive told you Hannah and I now on indiiieront themes until Cullcn came The older brother partially con Â¬ tell you again that Ill take nothing cealed his embarrassment as he looked from brother as a 1gift and nothing will take from upon that picture of health and honest under that will fathers estate besides what he rural simplicity said Cullcn in virtually gave mo in his lifetime 1 How do brother nothing less than the half of it and usual way but without extending his wouldnt take that except for feeling his hand Not seeming to notice tho entirely convinced that father in Â¬ omission Wiley said I came out to look after things on tended I should have it Poor Sibter Julia I know her feel Â¬ tho place up the road before turning it ings will be sorely hurt pver to you as I made up my mind to Oh Hannah do let me be trusted to do Then I wanted to hand you the treat sister aright I declare you pain two thousand dollars which I suppose me by what you show of your thoughts you know father left you and wishes in this thing re- Â¬ Cullcn looked at llannan and sbe Cullcn you know well enough that tired from the room Then he said I dont wish for anything more than You can keep the money brother what right You have a family Except this place and what is on it and would beyou but as dont like me to I which father had given me before he will not mention tho subject again died I wont take anything by his will As it seems he saw fit to prefer you so hard as it is to endure in silence such far above me you may have all that ho a state of things little girl wo will Oh raj loft Ho said to mo more than once havo no well feelings hard with each other ho had in- Â¬ during his last sickness that 1 to make a will but that you about it I hope and indeed rather tended believe that it will be adjusted somehad advised against it I dont know how and that in a way not expooted if he had forgotten that ho had made by nnybody Ive put tho case in Ar 1 suppose you do ono already whatever Im sorry Culleu but I couldnt thurs hands and for sister is possible ho will do As she m too help fathcrH preferences just and sensiblo totako offenso or fool Of course not I never expected vou anything I feel as if I owed to oven to try to do it You were too duti Â¬ hurt byto do or not myself ful a son for such ns that The meal passed pleasantly despite 1 dont understand such talk Cul- Â¬ the feebleness of tho guest Her words lcn and manners as always were tho nat- Â¬ Then Ill explain I dont like to outcome of womanhood talk to a man in my own house a a ural good opportunities for itsthat had culture do now Youve had plain as Im going to face hurting mo in ono way and an Â¬ Tho shade upon herhad hardly deep been long been habitual other cvor wince I was a child I have er than what indicated neither embarrassment nor let you do it for reasons you couldnt any special understand and wouldnt care for if regret for conceal her cause Shodid not try to admiration for you could Hut father is away now tho porfocthoalth and excellent beauty and I am thankful that before he died of Hannah I was restored to the place in his affec Oh Hannah more than once she tions to which at least equally with said you do look so well No wonder How ho came to 3ou I was entitled brother think so forget making such a will I dont know you and Aa for Pcarco homuch of each is just perother I dont doubt you do If 1 believed fect that his wish war for you to havo near I thank you sister said Cullon all his estate I would submit to your to tho fill of for all three of us I think mjself having it and enjoying it to and Hannah is such satisfaetidn as may bo in such that tho boy has hard we beat see como dont since things Hut I do not so believe I wo could do without ieel entirely convinced that after that very well what estrangement which was him temporary hell becomo more and more your doing it was not his wish and a I hopo to you brother comfort in if ho hadnthobeen deluded by you an After dinner she said would have made way Bomo Hannah dear I want to havcsonie equal partition of hisproperty between Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ CHAPTER YIroN nrici I wont take j our two thousand is rospoctablu as youll tfet us dollars which your good luck makes No Owen youro ti right lolorblo straightforard sort of a person spite you ready to pay so long before its notify you that now since o some o your ways which everybody duo and none of our family are left but you and that knows you or them that cares anything- about you or at least your me I shall havo nothing to do with poor mother they wish youd quit you except this I have retained Arthur Yon ltnow 1 tny that for nothing else Dabney to look after any possible in- Â¬ terest I may have in fathers estate in this world but your own jrood outside of what his will provided for I know that Cms ho answered finds any will be prose Â¬ 1 - ft Sto hil hay rake with latest improvements we call l attention of farmers to their great strength durability and light I draft Our sales show that they are J unexcelled bena ior catalogue ji -- BmEERKA WALTER A WOOD MOWING AND REAPING MACHINE CO ypjgni nlijiw Xa m r I imiNO HWtTitUMIIj ENCLOSED jAy ftlS - GEAR REAPER HARVESTER AND BINDER in Pearce npSMTMOTIMTK IWMHIH11 1IHWMJI lives Then not waiting for his answer she quickly said Cullon within this last month Ive been wait a little while And she broke into sobbing After For the benefit of the Indies fo lluzol Green and vicinity T have onenbd a QENfiRAI IFURNISHING GOODS STORK at my resid nuc in Hazel Green and will curry a com Â¬ recovering she sadly smiling continW I messaoi CUIJKN now various are human NO See W W EEED Mt Sterling Ky for prices iff gffti if fMl iiii -- ued Mess tho good God for tears Now can go ou For the last month I have been so entirely unhappy that I have not only wished but prayed to bo taken out of this life sooner than I have been expecting I dont know whether or not you were very greatly surprised at the contents of your fathers will but I must believe so because he seemed to have got fully reconciled to jou and Hannah both and suspected was more fond of you than of your brother I want us to talk with each other about it in as much confidence as as is con- Â¬ sistent with the different relations e bear to Mr Amerson Can wo not I 1 letc line of the following articles which will be sold at the LOWEST TRICKS vlr Ladies Gloves Silks and Velvets lmliPs Hats Ladies Toilets Curlig Irons Underwear Hnndifcrchiofs Hat Trimming RihbouH Hrnnzlug Raints Whale Hones Woolen Dross Goods AVhale Hone Casings Silk Laces black and white GinliaiiiH Lawns Ac Laces Embroideries Muslins Whito Goods Ladies Slippers Veilings Infants Caps Complete lino of Hosiery Dress Shields Corsets Elastics etc etc Dress Trimmings Umbrellas Towels Buy your Kals of Me and Got Them Trimmed Froo of Charyo My stock will embrace every article of Ladies wear in the latest style just from the city as well as many other notions too numerous to mention 1 will also do DRESS MAKING and will cut and make dresses to suit the hard time prices Rest system of cutting bv tho Huihliugton Cutting Machine which was awarded Jirst premium at the CrMiss LAURA RAWL1NGS of Covington Ky well and favora Â¬ Worlds Fair 181KI bly known to the ladies of this vicinity will be my assistant Your trade is respectfully solicited and satisfaction guaranteed Very respectfully 1 u a tin Mrs m FRED DAY CI ItWWflWWWIMWMIUWflllUIti Culleu 1 Certainly sister You may speak with what freedonj you feel to bo prudent and what you say will havo my full respect and proper consideration So 1 shall spak with you and the first Id like to say is this I trust you bring no message from brother at least not one in which is a proposal to mo of any sort I bring no message Cullcn none I told Mr Amerson this morning that I should stop by hero to day I am smc from his words that ho was glad to hear it Tell me first werent you sur- Â¬ prised Yes indeed for in his last sickness father said topno more than once that he had boon thinking about making a will but that but that he had decided not Did he give any reason for such de Â¬ cision He did but my dear sister T doubt if in tho circumstances it would bo proper to say to you what that reason was Tell me Cullon tell me dear brother 1 think you know that I ask only in tho hopo of rendering Rome service to you if that is possible Itut besides tho grief feel about this matter I am haunted with fears Toll me dear for all hakes Then I will Father when entire said I3 possessed in understanding that ho had been kept from mak- Â¬ ing a will by brother who suggested that ho and I could settle tho estate between ourselves without need of help from tho courts Yes thats what I was sure of Cullcn 1 know what I owe to your brother What I am going to say is with full sense of that obligation I owe something to you also and there are debts of yet higher far higher Cullon my solemn convic dignity tion is that your father believed ho had no will Hut sister Arthur Dabney who is a good lawyer tells mo that is not what tho law calls revocation of a onco exlstlng will and that any amount of proof of such a belief would have no olfect wouldnt bo even listened to by thu court Is that so she said with profound awe So Dabnoy says IJollecting awhile evidently studj ing what words she should employ she said Hut Cullcn suppose for instance suppose your father actually did de stroy a paper which hu took to be his 1 merely ask for information will I doubt if that would affect the case notably sister unlet It could bo proved very clearly that the paper so destroyed had been fraudulently subÂ¬ 1 W rf III l f ft TBMkhil1 N1 sSFSi is Ml kl v VWJL Srfr m Tii rS sf P Wl I 17V-- -1 Ms UV iMBSJ Hrx V1 t- tmdto Ufl M UWKA WaW KLff W ASSETS OVER LOSSES PAID iW FIRE The Safest Best mid MOST RELIABLE Agency in Eastern Kentucky Hates Reasonable LIPS ACCIDENT 26000000 IfC mlUOIUHTUIHIIUIIl IIIJKLWMaBfUM 37500000V ENEMIES THREE Thero nro with which thcMvoak person gouoritliy linn to contend Wonie regulnrly consumes his strength Address A HOFFMAN Mt Sterling Ky Clay Dili Capital i i faiual Bank CLAY CITY KY hut often pays for what it takes WoitKY lights tho citudlo at tho other FLOYD DAY J V COX cud and uovcr piiyn at all Cashier President Diskahk ties hia hnuila nnd dpprivcalrim No Rank in Eastern Kentucky lias better of power of resistance vaults nor bctterfacilitics for keeping your Who can number tho thousands account Managed entirely bv home pcoplo who know you and who are always ready to accommodate vou WMoney to loan ou reasonable rates Call ou us e -- 50000 OVERCOME BY this miirhtv trio For venra wo hnvo fought tiioM consumers of life with lifetil own weapon the air we breathe mnua stronger for tho combat by the aid ami 3 skill oL modern science Our r i TT if iijuiiuoiyi N Uiiipi WINCHESTER KY II WITJIEHSPOON President R I HUNTER Cashier COMPOUND OXYGEN restores strength quiets tho nerves nntL expels diseases Proof that will convinco all who reason is ollered froo to all who suller Send U8 your address Â¬ Paid up CapiTaT 20000000 Surplus 50000000 Â¬ This Hank solicits the urcnuntH of mer chants farmers traders nnd business men 1020 Arch St Philadelphia Pa 120 Putter St San Francisco generally throughout Eastern Kentucky every facility nnd and oilers its customers the most liberal terms within the limits of legitimate hanking oetl8ly DHS3TAUKEY PALEN 01 m iM bcb A Boamty MAIN national mmt KY STREET YINCHESTER iMiMk ent bavlnctiB conducted for Moderate Fm Our Office Is Opposite US Patent OMm nnd woennuocuro patent In lees time Mian that rcmolo from Washington Send modol drawlntr or nboto with At tlon Wo odylBO If patentable or not fw cuargo uur leo noi utio 1111 patent is wcu A Pamnhlet How to Obtain Patents w names ofactual clients In your State oour4 OavontB nnd Trndo Marks obtained dnd all 1at- - JOHN W HE AN President 11 P CURTIS Snrpln3 Cashier Â¬ Capital 8200000 100000 Undivided Profits 35000 iowji uoni ireo Organized 1805 being tho oldest bank in tho county Collections made on all points aud your businchH solicited CASNOWGO BC Opposite Patent OMee WatM ivuurese stituted1 H 8 It lHtOOKS VroprUt she bald in a low voice looking down Main Fourth Street near Then suddenly sho upon the floor New Building Gas and Elwlrto CINCINNATI 0 spoke with animation Electric Elevator Tltd tHnKfkM Hut Cullcn dear you know at least SONS Managers Hot Water Mr Amerson says that all the land Jft GKO WEHKUS f00 a Dif bualnew and iyoi Com w4i largo tract on the out hero and the ntr S 5uTh9 patronage of Wolfe and Morgan CONTINUED NEXT WEEK dont supposo that could bodono CT JAMES HOTEL OTEL LELAHD Lexington Kj couutiea solicited Me Keepeetnuly rf B B j j JLV VSK THi WWUMDifrfS PROCLAMATION ChlcnKo Umlnr MR HOPKINS SW M- A M t it U- - Tho ltciiubllciut Xniulitcort llrconl KY Tnw 12 W Tho Republicans of tho Tenth con NPMiacnt 19 wntcning tno uovciop- - gressional district may havo dono a wiso Writogulnr Monto 25 eonla MprIh to order nt nil hours Hrcnkfnat from 5 to 0 a m Dinnor from n confer- f tho strike and nfter thing when they nominated Hon T T 10 ii m to H p m Suppor from 5 to 0 p m i it U7 me iuiiuwuir proclamation was Hopkins of Piko county for congrofs Jwiicd kto Sum ay night but if they did it is a very curious fnct Now thorcforo I 0 rover Olovolnml to thoso who aro acquainted with that CftJfiN JflTXCtAXMLV president of tho United States do hereby gentleman but who are unacquainted Admonish nil good citizens and nil persons with tho local situation in that section who may bo or may como within tho city statesman in him tho other members of It is very doubtful if half a dozen peoplo tho houso failed to discover it and Rtnto nforesnld against aiding count outside of Piko county which is tho enancing encouraging or taking any Mr Hopkins might bo stronger than most inaccessible point in Kentucky ho looks in such unlawful obstructions com hut to thoso outsido the district pnrt 18 20 and 22 N UPPER STREET LEXINGTON KY know Mr Hopkins beforo tho assembling it appears that the Democratic candidate binations and assemblages and I hereby Up to tho last of tho last legislature will havo a soft snap Courier Journal warn nil porsons ongaged in or in any election for members of the general In and About Man way connected with any such unlawful assembly Piko was coupled with Johnson obstructions combinations and assem and Martin tho three counties forming Strike Not os Ki ont Many IoIiiIm binges to dispcrso and retire penccably A thousand strikers tore up tho North Â¬ ono legislative dislrict Tho Hrst legisto their rcspectivo abodes on or beforo hsHIILLIHERY AND DRESS lature assembling after tho adoption of ern Paeilic tracks near Spokane Wash 12 oclock noon on tho 9th day of July the constitution rcdistrictcd tho state scattering tho ties City in turmoil Dep instant TIiobo who disregard this warnDress Goods and inasmuch as Piko is tho largest uties powerless ing and persist in taking part witli a riot- county in tho stato in point of territory 1K3 A It U switchmen At Nashville ous mob in forcibly resisting and obstruct- Â¬ it was deemed proper to constitute it on tho Lonisvillo and Nashville and ing tho execution of tho lawH of the i into a legislative district and Johnson Nashville Chattanooga and St Louis United States or interfering with func Â¬ CUSTOM I5KS recognizo thu fact hat wo aro giving and Martin were cut oil The Democrats roads went out Friday night Ollicials tions of tho Government by destroying t lip best valuo nnd showing tho largest assortment i of were entirely willing for tho change are switching trains No trouble or attempting to destroy tho property bo Xow and Honsonnblo Dross Goods Silks Novoltios Vol old district was RepubICvery passenger and mail train on the inasmuch as tho longing to tho United States or under its vols and iMillinory of any houso in Kentucky Silks lican wliilo Pike county was considered Lake Shore at Chicago arrived and de- Â¬ protection can not bo regarded otherfrom China India nnd Japan such stylos woro novor reliably Democratic parted in regular order Friday wise than as public enemies Seo Kvery railroad in Detriot was tied up shown such bounties woro novor soon pricos woro novor so low When tho time anno to make nomina Troops employed against such a riotous tho groat variety nnd novelty in our French Silks Satin Duchess tions tho Democrats put up Col 0 C Friday night result of a decision at a mob will act with all moderation and Moiro Antique limeades Stripes IVau do Soie Zanzilmrs nnd Cha Â¬ Howies ono of the strongest men intellec- joint meeting of all tho local brother with tho accom Â¬ meleon etVocts forbearance consistent Havo every weave known to tho most famous mnkora tually and personally in tho IHg Sandy hoods in Europe Our Ironndinos aro u specialty and our patterns can bo plishment of tho detircd end but tho ne- Â¬ A mob of 1000 riotously attempted to country and tho Republicans after found no whom else cessities which confront them will not scrambling around for somo time picked prevent tho movement of the Frio west Â¬ Â¬ with certainty permit discrimination be Past Our Spring Woolons aro bountiful nnd our importations am tho on Mr Hopkins who while a minister bound limited at Hammond Ind tween guilty participants and those who of the gospel always took an active hand engers transferred to mail train The latest our stock tho largest nnd most varied our stylos unoqualotl aro mingled with them from curiosity in polities and stood well with those who sheriff is collecting a posse and tho Novelties in China and Japanese Draporios nnd without criminal intent Tho only knew him The Democrats wero greatly United States marshal is securing depuEmbroidories Laces nnd White Goods LJndorwoar Corsots and safo course thorcforo to thoso not actually tickled over what they thought was an ties for Indianapolis Hosiery India Linen Dimity Mulls Iiquo Froneli nnd English Nain Â¬ unlawfully participating is to abide at Soveral strikers wero arrested at St sooks Embroidered Swiss easy thing considering Howies very their homes or at least not to bo found strong and Hopkins very weak The Louis at tho instanco of tho Wabash for in tho neighborhood of riotous assem Â¬ rtistic patterns in wash materials Duck Suitings Galatoa Cloths result was a complete surprise to every- interfering with tho movement of mails blages when tho Hherill of Moberly Figured Corded Muslin Zephyr Ginghams Real Fronch Organdies Thomas Dniiiron body and a week or two later winio tnore win no no Hesitation or returns camo straggling down to tho cen soiiiity Mo was arrested for conspiring our own designs Such ti raroly beautiful selection of thoso lovely vacillation in tho decisivo treatment of goods woro novor shown by ono houso boforo Childrens Gingham tral portion of tho state thoio who had t o interfere with mails tho guilty this warning is especially in Strikers still control tho Southern aim luusim uressos spionuuiiy miuio O montlis to b years written to Col Howies requesting his tonded to protect and save tho innocent i I 11 a no leaner oi uioainutragnmi support in tho legislature in various con racine Kondy mndo Eton Suits in black tan and bluo Shirt Waists In testimonoy wherof I hereunto set tests discovered that Hopkins had won eu permission to uovcrnor unrKiiam to Black Dross Goods tho best value tho best wearing tho most satisfac my hand and cause the seal of tho United by several hundred votes Nobody go to Sacramento on a train provided he tory aro tho Lupin weaves Wo havo Ono Hundred vnriotios to solocfe Stato to bo hereto aftixed t is nobody down this way at least secured a union crew that i from Storm Sorties aro always ready Imnorinl Cords lacounrds Dono at tho city of Washington this has over been ablo to learn just how it Midnight mail trains of tho Nickel Mejroso Honriottas Cropons and Granito Cloths Spring Capos 8th day if July in tho year of our Lord tied up by cloth and lace hnpponcd except that it lias been attri riate at Hammond Tin Spring Jackets now styles light in weight low in ono thousand eight hundred and ninety- Everything prico buted to tho general shakcup which took strikers and engines killed four and of tho independence of tho plaeoall over that section last November at a stand still Mob in possession of Tho largest stock of Jouvin Genuino Kill Gloves in all longths all United States of America the ono hund a number of reliably Democratic districts yards and trains colors tho inost mado red and eighteenth going over to tho enemy President Waite of tho Columbia Guovku CinvKiAND When Hopkins camo to Frankfort Hocking Valley Toledo refused to ar- Â¬ Ity tho President upon tho assembling of tho legislature bitrate with switchmen aud is moving W Q GniMHAM there was considerable curiosity to seo trains with new men Tin largost stock of Millinory Goods in Loxington Secretary of Stato Specialties him because all thoso familiar with state On order of Debs all Clover Leaf em Â¬ in Bonnets Hats Childrens Caps Flowors Yoiling Ribbons Soo our A FITTING REBUKE politics knew Col Howies and thought it ployes frcm Toledo to Charleston J II display of now things from Paris London and Now York Senator DiivU llt ply To u UoqiiMst To must be an unusual man who could havo quit Tho order of railway conductors at defeat him in a Democratic county To Support Kylort Dobs UoHoliitlou On tho 2nd inst Senator Davis of all such Hopkins was a disappointment Denver began a war Saturday upon Debs Minnesota received tho following tele- A more plain unpretentious man it his order and tho strikers Tho first stop Miss Orr lias charge Tho latest styles aro given you a porfoct fit gram dated Duluth would bo hard to imagine Ho looked will bo to expel from the order all mem- is surod Wedding and street costumes mado on short notico Wo tho railwoy omploycs of Duluth rather more liko a fairly who have gone out on a strike under far bers fc earnestly request you to support Senator mer of Southern or Western Kentucky tho order of Dobs ICylos mail train resolution now beforo than a typical mountaineer his ministeSanta Fo conductors at Denver havo Congress Please answer D McLvxis rial calling having worn some of tho requested to bo sworn in as deputy President L 20 A K U rough edges oil him but his features United States marshals and armed replied by wire with tho following were ragged and tanned and his hands Their desire was complied with Saturday Ho emphatic declarations bore tho appearance of being used to Secretary Hayes of Knights of Lobor JMJIUIIJJBIMim ii IIMUIBWIIWHI1IIILI D D Melinite Duluth Minn I manual labor He wore his hair and said Friday night lie was expecting hourhave received your telegram I will not beard clipped close and dressed plainly ly word from Master Workman Sovereign It is but respectably and did not appear to ordering knights all over tho country on support Sonator ICylua resolution own real welfare It is also bo very much at easo in a whito shirt strike against your A message lias been received from Dobs a blow at the security peaco and rights ornamented by a collar of millions of peoplo who never harmed first few weeks of tho session ordering Uuflalo N V men out at mid For tho you or your associates My duty to the ho kept his seat and did absolutely noth- Â¬ night Saturday constitution and tho laws forbid mo to ing but vote always of course recording FOUR KILLED sustain a resolution to legal io lawless his preference on tho side of rigid reness Tho samo duty rests upon yoursolf trenchment and reform and showing a Torrlltlo Duel on tho Stroolt oC CntlottH- Inirjr and your associates Tho power to regu deep seated well settled antipathy to A torrihlo street duel occurred at Cat lato commerco among tho several states appropriations of every description 11 is vested by tho constitution in con- whether necessary or not Finally ono lettsburg Friday night between W gress Pour associates liavo usurped that day on tho call of tho counties for tho Faulkner and brother John Faulkner powor by forco at Hammond and other introduction of bills Hopkins rose in his against Charles and Davo Justico and places and havo destroyed com meres be seat ami oilercd house bill 29 entitled Louis Cole of tho linn of Crane Si Co A bill prescribing a penalty for drunk Â¬ of Cincinnati and llallard Plymalo W iQ tween tho states in thoso particular inst aro rapidly approaching tho enness of regular practicing physicians U Faulkner was shot in tho heart and huces You lived but a few minutes John Faulknor overt net of lovying war against tho while in tho dischargo of their duty United States and you will Had tho de Tt was referred to tho committee on waa instantly killed Charley Justico imitation marble also Ileal Oak and in tho breast from tho effects finition of that in tho constitution I religion and morals and when it was was shot Mantel Clocks best makes which lio died Saturday morning at I trust that wisor thoughts will regain con- Â¬ reported back tho younger membors of of was shot just Davo Justico trol You might as well ask mo to voto tho houso in n spirit of fun advanced it oclock WTREDUCED PRICES FOR THIRTY DAYS abovo tho navel and can not live Louis to its second reading in order to get tho dissolvo this government to Handsomo 8 day walnut or oak 398 and up author to mtiko a speech on it and seo Colo nnd Mallard Plymalo aro now in OKDavis tho murder of Iron enameled imitation marblo 760 and up what was in him Tlioy wero not disap Â¬ jail guarded heavily for Tho Hon Marcus 0 Lisle Congress John Faulkner Tho troublo was over a pointed as when tho measure camo up Address all connniinicationa to tnau from tho Tenth Kentucky district in tho orders of tho day ho got recogni- woman who was sick on tho street and diod nt 5 oclock yestorday morning at tho Justico boys ridiculed tho city coun- Â¬ FRED J HEINTZ Manufacturing Jowoler By his death tion and proceeded to turn himself loose cil of which W 11 Faulkner was a his homo nt Winchester Ho butchered tho English language in a Custom lfouso Squnrc LEXINGTON KY Kontueky loses an upright roprcsentn most heartless manner yet occasionally member man Tho deceased was tlvo and n truo Tho Iourth of 1111 In KimtucUy lovablo character a good commonsenso idea would crop it most cstlmablo and Will Hantmill tho proprietor of a Hy Â¬ out Ho told a harrowing story of how and was justly popular wherever known sick peoplo woro allowed to dio in Piko ing dutchninn at Loxington was shot nnd JAY-EYE-S- EE itcsolutionB of regrot were adopted by tho county at times becauso thoy could not fatally wounded by an unknown negro national houso of representatives nnd got a sobor physician to attend to them man who escaped immediately aftor tho Mlt J I CASK Illlnlrnnr is adjournment taken In honor of tho dead and was fully convinced that tho only shooting which was unprovoked of JnyKyoSeo KWli v vkF AfSrtrylni oyory known remedy iron ovitt n laruolhmoft 3 Tho Kontueky delegation hold n mooting way to mako peoplo moral was to legis Mrs Joseph P Tyrol a young married Â¬ and also adopted resolutions of sym lato it into them woman suicided in the Littlo Kentucky pathy Edl Courier Journal Sunday S ho had linishod tho bill went to rivor near her homo in Carroll county When date aftor your nam ono n voto and waa promptly killed Ho thon assigning no reason for tho net T Examino tho ItlHtllollOfit or 1 heurUfy rucoininoml It to nil Louisa Vnudivor committed suicido nt margin of this pnpor and if behind subsided for a fow moro weeks when ho the 2 Ilorsomou wo will bo bobbed up again with a local bill to chango Hnrrodsburg by taking paris green Sho We have hundrtdt of such nd us 1 at once for which S testimonial tho school laws of Piko comity Ho was was an orphan and married a Cincinnati 3 Prico8t50 1 quite thankful I your druKlat for It If 18 Ak k docn not ktvnl SSCBtammmmlivnr of again during tho session man Ho died recently and in hor sor- Â¬ TOADS UABK A Bonheur was a dreamiakers ap novcr heard 1DY CO Whitehall NY WHH Row and if ho has any of 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