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Digital page images are linked to the text file. lBMIWW JsmLWJHHeWUyitlWJ UUUJJW rf PwwyvrP IMaBHMilCHiMMHIHaMHniinHMHBH WIMlllM t iIM M1illllM III 1I1III 1IBII STOrvv f Hazel Green Established March 4 1885 and Mndo FnmouB in tho Colobratod Story of Of Noisy World Willi Ntrno From All Nation X9JPflJ TumVrlnr nt IIIh Itnok K II in IIPBlWlii VP Ii illieiM HI - I i PW III II MWBi llllilflli Hi IfWWiJfllH 4 fa Jonnthnn and His Conitiontl jLLli Xv A J J J J by Max ORoll w 4 SPENCER COOPER Ownor nnd Editor 100 A YEAR Always in Advno TJdXTJI Y IS All MirjMmulnjimlnn rnrtregaaagtmi HAZEL GREEN WOLFE COUNTY n im i ICY iiwiniruiurjuniL j m mrmirhjm i A THURSDAY JULY 10 1894 IMWtHHWUUHBWHIMWmiMtl NUMBER 17 H E If BW rJJw Ijh v V J W- mHi lr- - itm r Lilt m pcoplo of Wolfo county tribute ns one beginning tho great jour ySjOs uxRMvyeasi 1TT1 1 nnd EuiiiiahiiiKs for Men niul J3oys ney of life to our friend aud fellow v XFJPJM l lVAV 77 1 citizen who hns just ended it Whilo in noiosnic and lictaii you ever saw iwdwiMsvjsuKSWSAAlliaiMFj you come write to us and toll us tho active discharge of his duties tho 5CS3SSC3iSa5583S3B hand of disease was laid upon ids manly what you want form but day by dny glnd tiding of con- Â¬ 5 tinued eonvnlcseonco was brought to us when like tho lightniuga bolt from n You will make jnore than your expanses though if cloudless sky tho brief appaling messago came Marcuo Lislo is dead It smoto you come in person and make your selections our hearts liko ice Wo stood with ONE bowed heads in tho presence of great M KAUFMAN sorrow and today wo beg to consecrato CO II 5 1 E Main Stroot LEXINGTON KY this hour to tho commemoration of him who has just clocd his eyes to tho scenes w sfliJ f 4 i ir of this world to bo onened amid tho I abbTTTbH 1 I grand realities of a blest eternity Ti i M lov- t i Frca I ing hands havo gently laid him away in i W HOLES ALE ONLY new ZL tmmiimmimmsTiar PI his last and long resting place loving JJS y eyes have looked for the last time through 137 139 Hace Ohio rH nthe mist of blinding tears upon his still wunBin cold face and tho sound of the funeral WTK Tr dirge has died away Rut how vain are JJig Drives JKU1ITAL1U Jf IM liiJBWiiiMMiMM these formalities to the conquering hero FuaiNiMuliNMmi itiaJ IT who gave his lifo for his countrys eause Naught on earth will disturb tho sleep that wrapped the mantle of death about fTHcMul for our Prioo his mouldering form Would that I could relate tho story of Horn of poor but honorable Iiis life parentage he roho rapidly in his profes Whotoomc Joj no ipmor Sample sion and in the bright morning of man hood ho gained the entire confidence of Allefjro tlnio V lntlinio kL S his fellow man wherever ho was known y A Ilh fathers pitched their tents in Ken utiantvtrim f QWAurnCiTV Dakino rowuikii In of nil wova found tho bout tuckys lonely forces when it was indeed Claluia a placu abovu tho rest Absolutely pure anil uholesomc Omit STATE SUSPENDS PAYMENT the dark and bloodlv ground Thev o With ton pennies Rot u Fiim nlo Of your Grocernn y duy TroiiHiiry Doom Clnird lrliliivIollclt or If It Is Ho your pennies will rc pny Omit wrested mountain fastnesses and blue a r ra Mama f loro TImu fiv 000 3 X Hon- est tri nls nil cuf- fl clent Failure thero will novcr bo 1orbuceess will ev or fol low Omit Those who use Q C 111 grass fields from savage foes founded a Stnto Treasurer iliile last week figura- Â¬ religion that feared nothing s nvo God tively speaking time locked the statos nub established a civilization that never money chest for opening on October closed a door to a stranger Their sacred when two fifths of tho total amount of We vxmt agents lady or ycntlcman Addrcu Quaker City 11 P Co llichmor1- Ind dust is mingled with our soil made the school money duo tho teachers or doubly sacred with their hearts best over 850000 will havo to bo paid The MORGAN COUNTY blood collections of the revenue due on April 1 Such was the ancestry of our deceased did not meet the expectations of tho Mil town MImmIIci treasurer and he could see no way out of Wtttt44W4MWto44M44MV Horn to the wife of Tames Holm n and honorable servant Fellowcitizens let us bow our heads tho difficulty of meeting the immediate boy DEALERS IN X A M M M MMh nVft t mV Y Mm John W Henry who has been in gratitudo to God that such a patriot demands on tho trcitMiier and providing visiting homofolks tho Inst week return dwelt among us Let our mountain for tho accumulation of the school mon sides resound with his praise Lot our ey other than tho entire suspension of ed home Saturday glorious manhood our beautiful and tho payment of all claims A C Swnngo candidate for congres1 WMW44M4M44WM4XMt Thoio is a deficit of more than 027 on tho Populist ticket pulled oh after virtuous womanhood join in full chorus tho Campton convention aud now claims and sing songs to him who liko tho man 1S1 in the general expenditure fund out that his frienda took him off in tho inter- of Galilee gavo his lifo for his fellow of which all the current expenses of tho As an humble citizen of this government are paid and an actual defi Â¬ man est of our Jo Opera House Block commonwealth let me dedicato to his cit in the treasury as a whole when tho Now that tho Tenth Congressional memory this epitaph so beautifully sums credited to sinking and school funds bnttlo has been fought and the smoke LEXINGTON KY dust nnd other volatile substance have inscribed by another and let it also bo aro taken into account of more than enshrined in tho hearts of ovorv true 277577 nas cleared away wo can seo victory perched American present that it may stimulate Tho next payment of revenue col- Â¬ on tho banner of our do M Kendall new and carefully select- Â¬ Would it not be interesting to enquiro his honesty his integrity his fidelity to lections by tho sheriffs will be iiiado on A tho great principles of American citizen September 1 but for the reason that the who raised tho most dust Who did the ship ed Stock of tho last legislntuie extended the date of a shooting and how many times did they In remembrance of Marcus C Lislo final settlement with tho sherifls one shoot This wo can not answer but Horn September 23 lSl5 died July 7th month it is feared tho collections will with tho ninny good shots Tuesday Hon 1S91 A learned and faithful lawyer a not bo as largo as at the same period Rodney Haggard and our young friend peaceful and public spirited citizen an Inst year The courts will then follow Sam Snlyer broko tho record Now for incorruptiblo patriot a sagacious states in September defy compe- Â¬ tho largest Democratic victory for Kon man and over all Gods noblest handi sheriffs for uhoaud by their orders on tho prices and money in their lianas to AND dnll nnd Uecknor tho Tenth has ever work an honest man hu was an orna pay jurors still futher diminiuh tho tition B6Come and sec us given WiNdum ment to tho commonwealth ami an honor chances of accumulating a fund enough to his race Ill l r Dutort for 1801 to meet the demands llcspect fully Pence be to his ashes aud God bless Â¬ Tho following aro tho dates of meetWhether the treasurer then will likeMrs MAGGIE HOWARD ly res u mo payments of all cliams against ings of Kentucky fnirs this yenr ns fnr his memory ns heard from bo the state on October 1 is Equally Hnfo for young or old determined hereafter by a matter to Lobnnon July days the promptness Ayorw Sarsaparilla olonnsos tho of tho taxpayers and tho diligence of tho Lnwrcnccburg July 81 1 dnys WIOIiSAIli DKAIK1LS IN blood from all impuritioa sheriffs in collecting and reporting tho Danville Aug 1 3 days 1 4 days Mayavillo Aug taxes collected by them within tho next An KxiiroHNloii From VorltiiN days Nicholasville Aug E C Walker business manager of tho two months 8 4 dnye Kinincnco Aug Chicafo Horseman writes us follows P L Reese at Mt Sterling is liond Uniontown Aug 14 G days I linvo frequently found Quiuns Oint quarters in Kentucky for sowing ma Â¬ T DONT FORGET THE PLACE Yorsnilles Aug M 1 days ment just tho remedy needed for curbs chines and supplies Writo him for Columbia Aug 21 1 days Third Kuoo nnd Union Sts splints windpulls enlarged tendons etc bottom prices Winchester Aug 21- - 5 dnys CINCINNATI 0 This is the general expression of tho Rev JaiuesT Wilson colored preach Â¬ No 1 Custom House Block Sholbyville Aug 21 I dnys lending horsomcu nnd breeders through- ed in tho will milt your Wo carry tho woods that Methodist church nt this placo dnys Lexington Aug out tho United States If you desiro n Monday night trndo nnd our jricos uro THB LOWICST Mndisonvillo Aug 28 i dnys given to nmit ordors Special attention rolinblo remedy ubo Quinns Ointment lAi ULy x J9H AVhn vou cnmo w All 18 i wp will -- mrmmTfcr to Loxiimlon lroi in and seo limv you tho liiwl slock i t bT1TB i BEAUTIFUL TRIBUTE -- lnltl i Tim Moiuory r Our Dfiid Conurui mini Jy InmcH II Swuno xriacEii i iv essjctfCiawffifccse rsilton ndoUd tiniclKt pay rise to - Xs9 lints - LEXiNCroN m I Is and If cant up Mens Suits from Boys Suits from 125 up PRICE CLOTHING HOUSE MARCHS 24 W Main Street FOB I MERCHANTS W JOB Street L0T HOUSE J Cincinnati u Hkk- Wll -- JF fc ir I m urn I 111 iVi r 13 injito ListjJ Q MAKER CITY BAKING j WW MdlTlBY 8ATBDD Ml LW I I POWDF Â¬ jgllQo iiotNU-lH-fuo-tb- il ffigfc Â¬ iiimw n Ibfiiifeiliifefipni -- IliliIIl H - 1 OTSJW F Pieratt Co Â¬ STORE K liitiiira Â¬ 4 Mendise Â¬ ILATEST STYLES at that Live Stock i Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Country LOUIS STIX 3 CO 253 Produce Ji i Dry Goods NOTIONS Etc 71 Â¬ 285 -- Â¬ Traders Deposit Bank AiT STERLING KY 30000 m -- iji Capital 200000 Suiiplub J M BIGSTAFF Preaiilent G L KIRKPATHICK Vice President W W TJIQJISON CnHhler Franklin Aug 2d 1 days Trinl box 25 conts silver or stamps POSITIONS GilRANTEED DAYS Regular sizo 150 delivered HAZEL GREEN SEPT Address dnys Howling Green Sept under roaionablo conditions Our IKRK 93 lge Co White Hnll N Y W 11 Eddy cauloRuo will explain why wccan afford It 1 C dnys Rnrdstown Sept unless you can obtain from your drug- Â¬ Dranghons Practical Business College dnys Paris Sopt gist Sold by John M Rose NASHVILLE TENN Writs for caulocus Paducah Sept 11 5 days Book keeping Shorthand Pm mam hip and Tle- 11 4 days ELECTROPOISE Ellzabothtown Sept We spend more money in cita interact or 15 li HAZEL GREEN KY 45 TiVTViT8ai fe7aIa3a3aUa sSHHMsnsVIHMsM ipKsjsBsBuesAMeifKiasaaeaMSKflej wHssbV i txe iSM J Wo respectfully solicit tho busluesa of mor chants farmer traders aud business men generally throughout Eastern Kentucky A tfAnoral bankinir business done Give us a chance to send you a bunk book pay your check aud loan you money when In need date of our fair W W THOMfSOK Cash Horeo Cavo Sopt 18 1 dnys Two Month Hunt tfTOO Shnrpsburg Sopt 18 4 dnys A limited numbor of iuutrumciits will bo rented at this nominal prlco simply days Oweusboro Oct as an advertiseniont You can not afford Gormantown Oct 8 4 days to miss this opportunity It aa Papers that aro now publishing this been made before aud will not last novcr long list will confer a favor by inserting tho Seo advertisement elsewhere Address 25 ploymentueparttnent than hair Ilia llutlnesi Colleges tqkoinna tuition 4 weeks by our method teach ung bookkoonlne l equal to 12 weeks by the old plan 1 1 teachers ftnfi atudentanastvearno vacatloni enter any time VVfl fit VIA iMBAP Hoard recently prepared books especially adapted t Sent on 60 days trial Write us and explain yor waRts NU We pay SB cash for all va oancles as back keepers stenexraBliers teachers Urkt etc reported le us prsvldedwtfillHSM M Jji rniLijps WITH Mm OO ilisBsiKfiH i tv gsiiBiBiBKtmlbQ HOME STUDY W M KBER IOMMKM IK Hardwin kAirknltiiil DuBoisA Webb Louisville Ky iwmovt o - ftfisBffl jmBsbhb1s1 jsWsbIsbbbbbbI vSKel vtm 7V e8k AeA Jif1f Vv Av 2fWlfiSslsSlBlBlBfl IiJU li FSff m tho original forest of tho county is still standing but no provision has mnrOKR OOOPER Editor boon nmdo to chock tho waste of timbor logs They aro frequently MAQOPPIN COUNTY cut and thon left in Licking river till thoy aro too rotton for marlcot IfkeM Formed llor Population Woaltli Tho farmers aro showing more in Party Voto wjtuuuiJic3WWTaCTCT T33tE SEEQAXfcD r 4 K p lM 18G0 torost in securing bettor fiod and during tlio administration of Gov gardon seods than in former years alwavs in syinpatliv with em D D Slmilutt 13oriul Mngollin for whom it wns Salyorsvillo is tho county soat immnd It wan tho ono hundred and eighth county formed in tho Tho county has a population of 0 stato nnd wns nmdo up from parts 190 It is situntod in tho Tenth V4Srof Morgan Floyd nnd Johnson congressional Seventh appollato Tho soil along Licking rivor is Twenty third judicial and Thirty modoratoly fortilo Tho hill land fourth senatorial districts In tho producos from fiflcon to twonty- - lato congressional olection it cast allego tluy aro in no wise respons Â¬ five bushols throo to fivo barrels 001 votes for tho Democratic can Â¬ ible for tho violonco that has been put its mark at the topmost of corn to tho acre Thoro is a didate and 8J0 for tho Republican done and is threatened and if tho 0508 real culprits are hoodlums discon Â¬ pinnacle of corn try journalgroat doal of poplar timber in tho Pounds of tolmea 713 nected with the strikers Tons of hay acting county which is floated down Lick- Â¬ IliiHliclrfof corn I519J1 either of their own volition or at ism and week alter week has ing rivor to marlcot onch win tor Bushels of wheat 1070 tho instigation of railroads then labored to reach the goal of and spring in considerable quan Â¬ Bushels of ontH 5781 182 tho bost friends of tho strikers are tities whenever thoro is sufliciont Acres of wheat How thorough- Â¬ VC 17151 tho troops which can put a stop to its ambition Acres of corn Avator There is also a great doal 3bV 1051 such disturbances and quoll the ly Acres of meadow of oak boeoh and othor heavy it has accomplished that CH 10DS75 riotors woodland Acres of hard wood timbor none of which u 8 AUM I HB Acres of tobacco lho resolutions and tho strikers task is told in the hundreds wKr m howover is being shipped Thoro Legal voters 1753 proclaimed desiro for a is too somo walnut timber but Number of acres in county of tributes paid it by the press 921530 strike aro to say the loast of the counlrv and the warm most of tho choice walnut trees S H50 Value per acre inconsistont-Courior-Iour-havo been shipped Somo cannel 50G213 fatally Expenditures over revenue licartod tcstimoni ils received Potoflices Anna Bloomington coal is shipped from Magoffin on by it from friends in ull lands poplnr rafts to tho lower markets Emma Falcon Gapville Grovor Last June Dick Crawford brought his Magoffin has as yet no railroads dalo Gypsy Ifager Hendricks twelve months old child suflering from The English d tinsel in Dev Â¬ i iirv as r iff but tho Kontucky Midland from Ivyton Lickburg Lykins Mary infantile diarrheoa to me It had been w i fr weaned onshire the Tsew England h Frankfort via PnriB Owingsvillo Nehomiah Orchard Quod Salyors- sickly at four mom lis old and being everything ran through it like West Liberty Prestonville and villo Swampton Whitakorsvillo water through a bieve I gave it tho maiden of Maine the sun clad Pikovillo to tho state lino at tho Kontucky Agricultural Report usual treatment in such eases but with lass of California the semi Croaks of Sandy will pass thro out benefit The child kept growing Iut Out In iTiihI Tun Stcoiiili tho county via Salyorsvillo tho Our citizens to the number of two or thinner until it weighed but little more tropical creole of Louisiana county sont and it is boliovod will three hundred gathered on the burnt than when born or perhaps ten pnuiuR bo completed at an early day it distiict here on last Monday afternoon I then started tho father to giving it with ami last but not least our own Chamberlains Colic Cholera and Diarbeing ono of tho numorous railways at two oclock to witness tho exhibition Ik1 fore one bottle of the rheal Remedy mountain pinks all indeed AVV f reconlly projected to aid in tho made by the Cincinnati Tin and Japan 26 cent size had been u ed a marked l U iGH who con the contents of its dovolopment of tho minoral and Fire Extinguisher Co Tho test was improvement was seen and its continued given under the personal supervision of timber wealth of Eastorn Kentucky Mr Herman Wells president of the use cured the child Its weakness and pages week after week singTHROUGH THE Already tho forly milo section from company of Cincinnati and Mr V puny constitution disappeared and its Frankfort to Paris is under con Â¬ Snyder the local agent of Georgetown father and I believe tho childs life was the same song of love Nor aved by this remedy J T Marlow tract and in rapid process of con Ohio and was satisfactory in every ADVETISIttG COLCWtt M D is this all 111 A French humor- For sale by John struction whilo tho moans to build respeet clearly demonstrating the Stem- - M KoseTamaroa ist traveling in America at tho remaining sections at loast to jilo Extinguisher to be one of the best methods yet devised or invented for the Tho strike troubles in Chicago a solf conlinuing point aro practi- Â¬ controlling of lire tracted by a perusal of its havo about terminated sy2 cally in hand or at any rate in u r i A structure of pine boards was built pages draws a pen picture ol sight Our county roads are not and after being thoroughly saturated in good condition Wo havo no with coal oil a match was applied The Ladies Ministers its multi merits in his own road laws excopt tho general law extinguisher wns then turned on and the and Physicians language and thus it reaches of tho commonwealth and tho gon lire put out in about ten seconds All oral charactor of our county roads who witnessed the test wore thoroughly All Indorse tho every home in the vine clad satisfied that the Stemplc will do all and is not so good as it might bo and moro than is claimed for it Tho head hills of France So popular ELECTROPOISE cortainly ought to bo Thoro aro quarters of the company aro S E Cor no turnpike roads in tho county Sycamore and Canal Sts Cincinnati For Babies as Well as Old Folks was the storv Jonathan and Licking rivor heading in tho ox Winchester Ohio Herald I am glad to say that the that it was SiTxcKii CooiTu Hazel Green Ky ban ouivtl me of rheumatism and illni ss His Continent tromo southwestern corner of tho tho tv mlt of typhoid fever as well as county runs through tho whole Agent for Wolfe and Morgan counties catarrh Have u ed it in the family translated into every tongue from mother-in-la7 years old down longth of tho county to tho center A Fatal Inconsistency to the baby ummI it on the baby while Hence from of tho northern boundary lino but At tho mooting of labor organ- Â¬ teething and it worked like a charm spoken by man is navigablo only for rafts and flat- - izations in Chicago Sunday night For throat trouble we have never found hemisphere to hemisphere and Several of my boats Thoro aro no stroams with and Monday morning resolutions anything to equal it and are all wefl neighbors have them available wator powor for machin- Â¬ wore passed domanding that Pres- Â¬ pleased I can not pay too much in from pole to polo ery Tho character of the timber ident Clovoland withdraw tho prtise of 1 the Electropoise was M Uamauax Vermin Ky of Mngoflin is that of tho moun- Â¬ United Statos troops from tho city Brain Congestion and Vertigo Cured tains gonorally Tho oak boech If tho labor organizations pro With the Eleotropoiso and poplar predominate in quanti- Â¬ poso that this shall bo a poace Sirs Last Inly I was taken with of Hazel Green is a household ty among tho timber availablo for ablo striko if tho men who aro vertigo a congestion of the smaller of the brain hyperaemia word Thus it is also merchantable purposes Tho prin- Â¬ wrecking trains burning cars and blood vesselsstudy everything I ate dis Mr SFj I could not cipal agricultural products of stoning railroad omployos aro as agreed with me at last I ate no solid to the wide awake bus- Â¬ food but oven soups liquid food which a surplus is producod for Dobs doclares not strikers but did not agree with me and was induced 1 iness man and all who desire mnrkot aro wheat and corn Tho toughs and bummers why is this to try the FJoctropoise in one nights time it had relieved the brain congestion grasses best adaptod to tho soil of domand mado by tho labor organ- Â¬ and to tickle trade that they may Jfrp vertigo I began tho noxt day to WtiMk if u our county and which aro consid- Â¬ izations for tho withdrawal of tho study I ate from that timo what I fill their coffers with cash ered most usoful nnd profitnblo troops whoso solo objoct is to pre Â¬ pleased and since then I have been a comparatively well man aro timothy red clovor hords vent thoso rowdios from dopreda Kkv Gko II Mkans Covington Ky havo their advertisements dis- Â¬ grnss and orchard grass and aro tion Practical as Well as Theorotioal played in its columns from tho four species of grassos mostly The federal troops aro simply I am much pleased with my experi sown Timothy is sown for hay chargod with tho onforcomont of ence with tho Electropoise and believe time to time Wo miitfit go it in advance of any known remedy in whilo hords grass and orchard tho laws of tho United Statos No theory for tho restoration of tho normal grass aro sown for pasturing Clo- Â¬ ono who does not attompt to vio condition of the systom and its elleets in tho has proved ver is sown for both pasturo and lato thoso laws will bo intorfored efHeacv euro of disease theoretically its practically and J W Claiuc M D Augusta Ky hay as woll as for fertilizing with in any way by tho troops on and tell of other qualities JiTTlAT TTAERE ARE OVER 2l00N There has been no material chango If tho mon who aro onginoering it possesses but modesty for- Â¬ ADDHESS for tho bettor in agricultural niotli this striko aro opposod as thoy they ods Tho soil in tho uplands is claim to all lawlessness bids Suffice to say it is to deteriorating in fortility because would join with othor classes of newspaperdom what Domino r00 Fourth Avonuo Louisville Ky no attempt is made to rovivo it by ordor loving citizens in wolcoming is to the turf world King tho considerato sowing of grassos tho bluo coats to Chicago instoad W W crop of corn or of oxoitodly calling for their with- Â¬ after an exhausting 33 ke of its class KK1MIKSKNT1NO tobacco Thoro has boon up immi drawal Tho truth is tho United States gration to Magoffin county in tho A few more subscriptions SANFORD VARNER GO Thoro has boon no rogulars have boon within tho last fow years ViLj7favSX7r - ij MS fiS 4 Wn will be taken at 1 a year and wholesale dealers in marktd inoroaso in tho population fow days all that stood botweon A itSmTfXy It k V I of thcounty in the last two yoars Chicago and anarchy Tho city ii limited number of advertise- Â¬ Of rfk t kKiAi vJf gayeral steam daw mills and grist polico is a farco and is tho laughing-ments at reasonable rates 121 nnd 123 Second Street of thoso familiar with qpiU hav recently Jxaen put in stock TOKTSMOUTH O ojrtton in tho county but we its conduct sinco tho striko began SPENCER OOOlER manufacturing oimuuiu The state militia was not called The trade of Extern Kentuoky is hm no M Etc This county was formed in has been called out it has acted so far in a manner scarcely moro croditablo than tho polico force If it wnro not for tho mon undor Gen Miles Chicago to day would bo at tho mercy of tho riotors Tho wholo caso so far as tho strikers and their sympathizers are concerned is this If tho strikers aro not breaking tho laws of tho land if thoy aro talcing no part in tho turbulent mobs they will not bo injured in tho least by tho bullets or bayonets of tho fed- Â¬ eral troops Furthermore if they doprecato lawlessness if as thoy AT THE TOP Ant Still Climbing vytifr mmBLEr yUr Li- - Pv Never content to keep com Â¬ pany with the slow pace set by its country cousins though m THE HERALD cr rih r lyrci Â¬ law-observi- ng tor w nal Â¬ av wmti m li rf I Â¬ Â¬ 1 iKND zmm I I - FriERALDS Â¬ fh if it Â¬ THE HERALD to HJl Â¬ fktfF I Â¬ DuBois Webb FYVIE 7mwwk at ill I 1 ti J THfcHERALD mtnti of any kind One half of j out i until late and now that t respectfully solicited most Hazel Green Ky fa k a w 1 xvtsaMiiu4MfXKtrwzijnugMvj1jUlltLum ti 11 superior counties reporting heavy da magn from black rust Correspondents from Bour- Â¬ bon and Montgomery counties ro port whole fields destroyed by this rust Jut this ropurt is not gen eral Most of tho correspondents write that when tho wheat was badly down from the offeeU of tho snow that it was generally badly rusted Somo complaint of straw falling which is gonorall v tho work of the fly and manifested about tho time tho whoat is ready to bo harvested Tho government roport for Juno makes an improvement A nearly two points in winter wheal being Â¬ Kvory thing looks promis- l fo1 ll good corn Monthly Crop noport July 10th m at llis T fwrmor lias cortninly The wheat ImrvoBt in Kontucky croP is ovor Tho wouthur wna voryclono is part mm tno ground warm and in most places dry and wna WU propared boforo planting tho crop was put in tho shock in and noxt tho crop has boon woll flno condition Thrashing has com cultivated tho color of tho stalk moncod and I ho prospect for n bnt is dark and tho growth looks vig- Â¬ bottm crop than last year is vory orous It has not as yot suiVorod hlttnriliir Tlwt vinlfl nvnmtenc f for tho want of rain but in many bo as good and tho wain iiiuchllacos ll a ginning to want n Tho condition of tho crop July 1af Tlinro aro some j COHEIBBIOHER MCDOWELLS Corn Ean Opeo tho Drafts Fire Is renovated Ml MMIM MM MM Slukc out tho Debris nnd supply Fuel That is the way smouldering Hoiv Like tiio Human System Mrs Anna Adnms Frctlonln NY was sick many years Throat deeply ulcerated Ono eyelid partly eaten otf Iurpo ulcers on tfilcthnnml body exceedingly offensive and reduced In Uosh to u moro bkoleton All Doctors and Medicines Failed Ono yoarn ueo of Dr Fcnnorn Mood and Llvor lemedy and NervoTonlo produced n cotupluto cure Improvement ucnaa ut once GEORGE W ROBINSON DEAL12K JN Wt MI MUHMtMMMMMlMM MIMM it m f9 I L h Wt sw w fill WC lM ll 115 cr vir jOSJ i oi N ll V OAMFTON KENTUCKY on J a ll i I If the Liulles ol Wolfe nml the surrounding country to cnll nn Me tfm SlMMKU DHI SS GOODS lie Tins just received Inelttdlnf MNVITES Inslilounblc fabrico nnd Purls jmttcnis hud irut beHldesi hu end lew variety ut Notions lueludiiiK nil of the latent styles in Liuvs Klbbous Ao Ac also carries u largo line of cheap medium and high grade which he Is selling ar lower prices than anybotlv lit S32against8l i on May 1st gives the percentage of the principal winter wheat growing states as follows Ohio 90 Michi Â¬ gan SO Indiana 91 Illinois 8 1 Missouri 82 Kansas 57 Califor Â¬ nia CO It gives tho acreago for cent tho whole country at 952 in round numbers ott000 Making acres Tho avorago condition of wheat in Kentucky on July 1st as per re ports of corrospondents lo this olV ico is 95 per cont Rye JRyo is less suseoptiblo to injury from cold than either wheat or barley and was consequently less injured by tho freeze but boing more forward and tho head moro matured was more injured by tho snow than wheat In somo places it was so badly down that it was impossible to roach it with the harvostor Tho condition on July 1st was SS per cent Barloy 1 havo been asked by farmers what I thought would likoly bo tho price of barloy As supply and demand usually regu Â¬ lates tho prices of nearly all things L will answer that tho supply will not bo as largo as last yoar From tho government report on Juno 1 barloy was 822 against SS3 same dato last year and 92 1 in 1892 California which produces moro barley than any other state has tho vory low percentage of 58 Tho crop in Kontucky was vory badly damaged by tho snow Tho per cont is placed at 82 It pr Â¬ was 92 per cont Tobacco It is a vory difficult matter at this stage of tho tobacco crop to got a correct report as correspondents difler so wide Thoy ditlor as to arceago and as to tho condition of the plant Tho season has boon lino for sotting in somo counties plonty of rain whilo in other counties tho ground was not sullieiently wet and tho hot weather has killed tho plants Iho acreage and condition of tho plant on July 1st as roported by tho cor Â¬ respondents to this ollico acreage 80 por cent condition 83 percent Fruit To read tho reports of correspondents to this ollico is suf Â¬ ficient to show how disastrous tho season has boon for all kinds of fruit And then aftor reading tho reports of tho other statos thoro is not vory much oncouragomontthat wo will bo ablo to oat vory much fruit this year Tho condition of tho fruit crop in tho oight states which produce tho commercial peach crop of the country namely Now Jersey Dolowaro Maryland Virginia Georgia Ohio Michigan and California is a small fraction ovor 40 per cont Tho condition of apples issomo- what better than poaches somo fow statos reporting good crops I will not undortako to givo a por cont of the crop in our stato Stock Tho nrices of cattlo and 1iogs havo kopt up woll Mules and horses not so good In tho language of one of my correspond- Â¬ The gonoral condition of ents man and boast all over the stato is good for which wo should ovor bo -- Purchase of him nutl save wowey Dr Fcnncrs Blood nnd Liver Rcmedj nnd NervoTonlo never falls I Nervo Tonic und He etoratlvo Compound Cures biliousness headaches consttpa jtlon dyspepsia Irritability sleeplessness tho blues swelled glands All blood impurities skin disease scrofula nguo dizziness dull and achy tiled stomach and bowel disorders blotches pimples moth syphilis Impairment of nerves offensive breath It does these great cures because M physics from tho blood liver and tissues oil the Impurities ashes and debris THE as It woro Without weakening but all tho whin strengthening Instead It causes tho Liver to throw off Its Bile It cleans out tho en tiro allmcutury canal stomach and bowels alike ridding them of all effete offonslvo and slimy mucus worms und other vermin Restoring sleep nppotlte flesh strength comfort freshness und bloom In a word a Pino Alterative Is It Snrsaimrllla-Mandrnkc-Prlnc- oj t J TAYLOR FIFTH ANNUAL EXHIBITION DAY Lowest Prioes Dealer in General Merchandise on a Cash Basis largest Stock- iwrwmwimtTTWBiTifrrBWiiw OK Till Hazel September SEND yf fl health Including self polso to tho nervous sys- Â¬ tem and both sweetness of breath and dis- Â¬ position It Is speedy In Its action Improvement beginning as soon as tho first doso Is swai- And as certain a3 tho law of gravitation Noto tho high standard of testimonials In circular at drug stores and around bottles Thoy aro such as only tho highest order or merit could command voluntary offer- Â¬ ings from tho cottago princely palaces and ofliccs of State Recording cures of cases moro gravo and complicated than over hcrtoforo success- Â¬ fully reached by medicine Sample Free Satisfaction guaranteed Mothers One fourth of ull tho children born dm wlilun tho first year Save your child by keeping its stomach and bowofc healthy by tho use of Dr Fenners Sennatorla tho best child laxative and corrective known Allays Irritation and gives refreshing sleep Dr Fonnors Worm worms from our child lowcd FIFTY ween Mi fato CENTS WILL BE HELD 4 5 6 and 7 1894 FOR A TRIAL MONTHS SUBSCRIPTION TO THE Louisville Times -THE BRIQHTCST AND BEST AFTERNOON PAPER IN THE SOUTH Â¬ this year be conducted strictly as a mountain institution and our mountain people It will Latent Market Quotations Latest State News All the Local News Complete Press Reports LARGEST CIRCULATION IN THE SOUTH A are thus assured that their interests will be protected i 30000 AND OVER DAILY -- fiso oeW T a Or ivioiV TJa soo Year by Msll AVENUE Dr Fonnors Soothing Syrup Syrup JNOi A H ALDEMAN Bus Manage 805 FOURTH Brought ICO MrsSherlekElidaO LOUISVILLE KENTUCKY nrFoinersFAMiivSaUKhoumOlntiTiont Best for skin eruptions rues sores uuisuic Day Hazel Green Ky a 88 For mile by John M Itoe and A3 JEJ Mrs Lou thankfuL Hows This WeoHerOne Hundred Dollars Kownrd for any ease of Catarrh that cannot be cured by Halls Catarrh Cure F J CHENEY CO Props im And paid in Cash without discount of any kind JSow mountain people prepare your stock and produce and Â¬ 308000 A YEAR FOH be on hand to compete for For a promnt wrlto to ami IHUNN who luivn liml nearly fifty yenra cxpcrlcnco In tho patent business Cominunlca tlona strictly confidential A Ilnudltoolt of In- Â¬ formation concerning InttiitN anil how to ofo tnln them sent frco AUo a catnlocuo of mechan- Â¬ ical ami sclontltlo books eont free Co rccelvo Patents taken tliroiiRh Munn special notice In tho M luntlllc American ana thus nro broiiKht widely bororotho public with- Â¬ out cost to tho Inventor This splendid paper issued weekly elegantly Illustrated has by far tho latvost circulation of any scientific work In tho world Stf a year bamplo copies sent froo llulldlmj Kdltlou monthly TIM u year Slwtlo copies Jo cents Kvory number contains beau- Â¬ tiful plates In colors nnd photonraphs of new houses with plans enabling builders to show tho latest denlcns and securo contracts Address MUNN A X Nkw YOUK UH1 IlKOAUWAY CAW TliE INDUSTRIOUS t Toledo 0 Wo the umlcrMgnid have known F J Cheney for tho last lfi years and believo him perfectly honorable in all business transactions and financially ablo to carry out any obligation niado by their firm Truax Wholesale Druggists West Toledo 0 Walding Kinnnn Marvin Wholesale Druggists Toledo O Â¬ Halls Catarrh Curo is taken internally Spring Pastures Spring pasthe blood and mutures in somo counties look liko acting directly uponsystem Price 75c cous surfaces of the they usually do in Soptombor in per bottle Sold by all Druggists Tes many places Wore thoy to catch timonials free Â¬ W COPYRIGHTS I OBTAINnn A IATTNT nnswer honest opinion these handsome prizes BguFor further particulars address the Secretary Pre miums will be announced in a short time II F riEHATT Pros Â¬ 11 A KASir Secy WITH If you want work tlmt Is pliinnntand profitable bcihIus yuiirulifsi ltinmillutilv Wo tench nico nml woiiuii liuw to enri IVom S500 ncr dny to 83000 por jtiir wlthmit having hml previous cxperlenco nml liirnltli tliu einploynicnt at wlilch thry emi nitike tlmt uinouiit Nothlni illlllcult to learn or tlmt ruiulrert nmcli time The worlc la euity healthy nml houonible nml con hedono dur liiK lavtlmu or evening rlht In your own local- Â¬ ity wlienver you live Th result of a liourn work ftii fqituU a wpuIcm ffiiBCB nul nil Wc hnve tniiKht thuiKatuN of hoth nges ami many hao laid foumlatlous thut will gmnrtost Some of tho purely urliiK them rlchui men In thU country oho thvlr mcccm In Ufa to tho utart given them while In our employ yenr do n well try It You no You reader mny necesunrv Wefltjouout ctiinot full Noenpltiil sornethliuj that Is now HolhlnuilHtiro X with book brimful of advice U fiee to nil Help your uot to morrow by writing for It to day elf Delays are foully iet fv t V i M n DINGFELDER WITH Â¬ W NOTIONS Ei E BARRINCER C AlXEi Bor 420 i CO J K I i 11 W thoy would burn all ovor First tho freozo followod by tho cold woathor then tho snow and afterward tho drought has retard Â¬ ed tho growth so that in many placos thoro is vory little pasture Tho rains havo not boon gonoral somo correspondents reporting no rain of any consoquonco sinco tho snow Tho avorago condition July 1st was 70 por cont Onts Havo hoadod out vory low but conditions rathor moro favora- Â¬ ble than last roport Tho avorago condition July 1st was 75 por cont Clovor Tho impairod condition of clovor is not confined to our stato Thoro is a reduction of noar ly fivo points in tho avorago condi- Â¬ tion of all tho statos as comparod with last yoar Thoro has boon vory littlo olovor cut for hay and consoquontly vory littlo soed will bo saved this fall Tho avorago condition July 1st was 72 por cont Timothy Timothy is boing cut tho orop is vory indifloront nearly ovory fiold filled with ohoat and whito top Many flolds not worth cutting Tho crop will bo unusually short Tho condition July 1st is 78 per cont afire PRESIDENT R Of C FORD JjOoiiipUOuGiiCo Caitei Diy Importers nnd Jobbers of tots Ee Co AUGUSTA MAINE tlio Manchester Bank Endorses Hazel DRY Green Acadomy Successors to Carter Bros GOODS AND Importers and Jobbers of AND NOTIONS LOUISVILLE KY Maxchkstbu Ky Juno 20 PkofW IT Cord Hazel Groon Ky Dour Friond Cord J um in ro- coipt of your journal as also cata logue of vour academy I am told you havo ono of tho best schools in Kontucky and it is mainly duo to tho onorgy of yourself and Mrs Nos 537 539 nml 54- 1- West Main Street LOUISVILLE KY A IIO WARD STAMPER OAMPTON Attoknky-at-La- w KY Cord I am a groat advocate of churchos sells the celebrated and schools and tho mountains of Kontucky aro coming to tho front DKAIKIt IN with both and my immodiato por- Â¬ SOUTH BEND PLOW tion of Southoastorn Kontucky is Hardware Iron and Steel nnd ho respectfully invites farmers to call fast dovoloping and is mainly duo LESSTHAIiHALFTHE nnd examine it before purchasing 1 LEXINGTON KY to asconduncy in tho church and PRIC OF OTHER BRANDS CO BEN WILLIAMSON school work which in tho past was CATLKTTSMJUG KY H sadly nogloctod Ea Solo agents lor Northeastern Ken QUARTERN I wish you unboundod success in Livery Feed and Sale Stable tucky SOLD IN CANS ONLY your work and with kindest ro FOR HAZEL GREEN KY gards for yoursolf and family I JUDOK AMOH DAVIH R C Ford jSrDoubJo nnd Single WKHT LII1KRTY KY am your friond Will praetico in the courts of Wolfe and the HAZEL GREEN KY adjoining counties All business entrusted to our care will receive prompt attention tho only merchant in Wolfe county who Is jTt day CHILLED Patronage of the mountain merchants is most respectfully solicited J T MILLER PUREST AND BEST J PIERATT Â¬ Whon tho hair has fallon out loaving tho hoad bald if tho scalp able terms is not shiny thoro is n chanco of arl will nlso attend to all cnlln for aucof roguining tho hair by using Halls tioneering and solicit business o this kind Respectfully Hair Ronowor JOHN II PIERATT H Rigs and Saddle Horses for hire Parties convoy Â¬ ed to any point on reason- CATALOGUES Â¬ MINTING --- WITH MINUTICH Â¬ f fAnytliiiflrtliRtcAn lie TKTTKIt IIKADS iKttm up with type MANUFACTURERS GL0THIN8 15N VELOlKS f Ink anil paper call t 00 West Penrl fttret CINCIKXAT1 HERALD OFFICE -The trade of Enstern KeutuekykMtsluuiy Is respectfully Bollolted V IXJVZiKsU UUEiUfl Bettman Bros Co THE r i l it j 4 1 ji iMti6kAd M to wrWfv - 1 T Viitiiiinteilhifiif tuMaflLli ilMtf ji iTtfii w Jtj K idC jft v 4LJ3hk v d Jmidji n m c FMH III JOHN SPANIARD NICKELL I 1- irr over this county that I run contemplat Â¬ Btate ing if elected county judge on having a This region of country of which I Ux levied on this county for tho purposes speak was nearly all embraced in what of building a turnpike from Torrent to was then Floyd county which covered Hazel Green This fnlBO statement has nearly all the mountain lands of Eastern been gotten up nud caused to bo circul- Â¬ Kentucky and out of which fifteen conn ated by tricksters nnd figureheads that ties have since been formed ro not satisfied with the way things aro This territory was then so sparsely going anu in order to excuo aim preju- populated that wild animals roamed at dice the minds of tho oppressed tax pay large likely more free and untrameled commenced As soon as a coon was lib era of this county against me While I than in tho earlier days of the primitive erated tho attack was at once made by am satisfied that there are not many aboriginal inhabitants Deer hear and the eager waiting dogs Then a fearful Â¬ who would boliovo that I would do any Â¬ thing that would bo detrimental to the interest of tho public and whilo T am awaro of tho fact that a largo number of our citizens aro not posted as to tho law on this subject 1 think it proper and right that I should take this opportunity Â¬ to explain it I hero refer you to tho acts of 1891 pago G3 chapter 111 bcginuiiui at tho second section which roads as follows If as many as 25 per cent of tho qualified voters of any county shall sign and deliver to tho fiscal court of such county a petition requesting the subject of taxation for tho purpose mentioned in this net it shall be submitted to tho voters of tho county at the next regular county or state election to be held therein there upon tho judgo of said court sham order an election for this purpose and if it be found that a majority of voters voting aro in fnvor of levying said tax it shall bo so ordered by said court etc So you will seo that tho whole matter is in tho hands of tho tax payers It begins with them and ends with them nnd tho county judge has nothing to do with it more than any other one cition except to see that the peoples will is carried out and in ease they want to take stock in the turnpike that it is prop erly done and that their iutcrcil is u p jroporly cared for I wish to say in this condectiou that I am highly in favor of a turnpike from Torrent to Hazel Gicou nnd all other improvements that aro a bonefit to our county J am in favor of -V iWtiMlKUffit rH3iu3r 111 V IrSn RlllSilMJw LitCTsHBSH this turnpike being built by an incorpor Wild ftirlcmtt V1I lint miiHnul WUMIV IkllM liltMilct iintiuf m WLlltl tnl- - lllillLi vliw irimii mil IMMll Ht 9ir It miII MIILV1L LilUU fr4rrjHHHjiiv r4i t i Ih if fl uwnifcvi otcd company and paid for by tho stock- Miught for by the hunters of tlumc days which was as interesting and exciting to holders And when made in this way it though wolves panthers wild cats eata- - ua as gladiatorial combats between wild will bo a great advantage to our country mounts otters beavers and various other beasts were to the uncivilixe nations of Vfflr33VS rfTHMl It will make our farms worth more nnd smaller animals were abundant It was ancient times i i ft i i will give us a bolter market for every- nothing more than natutal that men in i ne nuuK aim otter coum seldom tie Â¬ sell thing wo have to It will give em times like theso should turn their atten caught except by trapping as their habi ployment for our working men and will tion to such inviting fields of nmuscmcnt tation was alout the large water courses AHKfrnl nil III 11iUJUilJJUItLmUTTlHhhTif cuablo us to get everything we have to and profit as the mountain wilds of East Â¬ Tho mink was generally an easy prey buy cheaper It would outhuso now life ern Kentucky then afforded and my but the only means of capturing an nnd energy in our citizens and tend to father either fiom inclination or con otter would be to find out his hlido elevato nnd lift us up tracted habit became one of tho distin or play ground Then n skillful trapper As to tho propriety of the county tak- Â¬ guished pioneer hunters of his day and would generally get one out of the num ing stock in tho turnpike in order to time It would be surpiisingand inter- ber that attended their rendezvous induce others to take stock that is a esting if I had space to narrate the During the time I was so iudustriouslv In imitation marble also Real Oak and Walnut matter altogether loft to tho voters The many thrilling and hairbrcatli escapes engaged hunting and trapping for small Munlcl Clocks best makes law is so fixed Hint tho county can not and adventures I havo heard him relate game I would occasionally go with my REDUCED tako moro than 800 in stock to tho mile that ho has had with wounded deer and father on a deer hunt but I proved a PRICES FOR THIRTY DAYS of turnpike and there can not be col- bear and attacks from panthers vicious signal failure as a deer hunter in my first Handsome 8 day walnut or oak 39S and up lected moro than 10 cents on the 100 catamounts and wild cats Hut let it bo eflbrt 1 did not understand their natuto Iron enameled imitation marble 750 and up worth of taxablo property in any ono remembered that like Nimrod of old ho nor habits nor how to take advantage of II i juiurcss an communications to year for this purpose Tho totul amount had distinguished himself as a famous them I oneo iu a whilo killed one of taxablo property in our county is hunter boforo his death which occurred which was more iu good luck than good FRED J HEINTZ Manufacturing Joweler 1000000 and wo havo about in 1SiS 1 am among the youngest of management whilo my father would nbout Custom llouso Square LKXIxVGTON KY 1800 tax payers somo of them thirteen children and I can well remem- shoot them down as though ho exercised TirmraiiTT Thehighest avorago amount that ber when ho would have as high as twelve some magic influence ovor them As could bo collected from eaclt tax payer frozon deer hung up in Ins imokohouso time passed on a great many changes STILL for any ono year for this purposo would at ono time which he had killed during were all tho time- taking place Tho AND LISTEN TO US bo about GO cunts I mako theso state- Â¬ ono snow storm nnd there they would country from natural growth was fast ments and explanations that tho tax havo to remain until the weather moder Â¬ filling up besido largo emigrations from nu mum lmvi goods ami wo must lmvo payers may bo posted on this subject ated and until they thawed out so Virginia and other southern states added A u will money j unranluo a nhvIiiii of and so thoy may intelligently seo just they could be dressed still more largely to tho then rapid lo to per vent to you on ovory iTur During my boyhood days I was vari- Â¬ increnso of tho native population nnd it what there is in it chium Irom nu v soil ovcrvtlijnjj In tho ry Goods and Notion lino Wo has been said that ously ongaged in working on tho farm was scomingly but an incredibly short I havo heard that it holl I nrpoUi Oil Cloths und Window if I was elected county judgo I would bo attending select school hunting and time until ono passing through tho coun- Â¬ Mimics at iu favor of paying tho county oflicors trapping My first smattering of an ed- try could seo beautiful and well imldgh salaries This is another false ucation was obtained at select schools proved farms teeming with every variety Until tho free of stock with substantial farm houses Ioxington and Mt Sterling prices not alarm I am iu favor of paying thorn a from inferior teachers Wo uko Gts Clothing to for their services school aystom was inaugurated I had churches and school houses rasonnblo compensation or All pre dor at less than ready nrndo prices We and no moro I wish to say to those that acquired but little learning and failiqg senting ovory appearanco of religion and give elegant guaranteed havo boon circulating tlicso false reports to tako advantage of tho frco schools as civilization where but a few years prethat I havo onough porploxities of my I fthould havo done my education is now vious was tho haunts of tho door bear To our otiHtuniun wolfe panther wild cat raccoon and own without being mado a camol to bear quite limited Woll givo biggest inducements you everyou tho rT had acquired if not inherited an wild turkey The smaller gamo that had uot to I for others tho loads which thoy had as to tnulo with us Try U this well carry thomselvcs Men do not like insatiato thirst and fondness for all the so long engaged my attention was fast to anchor to quicksand nor to build on sports of tho chaso witli gun and dogs becoming oxtinct and trapping and hunt Â¬ THE GOLDEN RULE DRY GOODS STORE WiRGnesler Kg itubble Tho pormnncnt is what the liesides our regular trained deordogs wo ing for it was no longer either pleasant TTTT riVYTVT TJ W world should acok I would suggest for had a good train of swift fox hounds or profitable Tho door too find loft if not superior to any theso parts but wero to bo found almost your own good and satisfaction that you which wero equal iunuiueralo in droves and hords on tho MAUPIN WM B LOGAN bfin now to tell tho truth nnd con- Â¬ of tho highly prized hounds of today headwaters of Hod river iu tho Frozen AV1T11 you havo formed n Nothing has cvor been moro animating mountains and along tho largo stroams stantly do o until flowing into tho North fork of tho Ken- Druggist B habit of so doing Then you can toll it to mo than to hear tho musicof this pack tucky river So I Bookseller determined to try my WHOLESALE DRY GOODS can nover bo at case in of hounds in full chaso and to watch tho luck once moro at deor A liar wwity hunting and after NOTIONS HOOTS SHOES o th oompany of thoso ho has deceived sly cunning maneuvers of tho fox thoy making all tho necessary arrangements WINCHESTER KY to keep his memory con wero pursuing All tho instrumental for n Tow days of camp lifo 1 started will havo fa01y Mail orders promptly nttomlcd to and CATLETTSIIUIIQ KY nlouo on my aUatly oh the stretch let the stories ho nuiaio that was over invented by tho uso being my horsojournoy my only rotinuo your iiatronngo is tWred Call when in and faithful door TWO SECRETS M1Iowtohaf8olo11 tdk will not harmonise m in this cas of man could not produco iu mo such gun This was about tho last dog nnd tho city days of soul cherlug ami hilarious emotions as I April 1852 T Ckntkk Gt l t 4 wT y withoutwwr vpltkout uuP oMt rook lump FINK JOll 1MUNTINO have txperimced in one of these chaso Iiift aont for FOU Qi Ky July 17 Â¬ Â¬ -- AutolttnKrnitliy of Ailvnntttro nml Hport in riitltl nnd lorint Eiltor mwont OOOPEK I was born on tho 10th day of October 1832 on my fathers farm two miles HAZEL GREEN KY south of Hazel Greer on Gillmore creek 10 1894 near its confluence with Red river My father was among the early settlers of Eastern Kentucky and in his early Q T CENTER day there was a vast region of nearly unleHtten III ronlthin on the Titriiptko inhabited country extending from the Qucntlon settlements of Virginia to tho more I learn that It is being circulated nil inhabited parts of tho interior of this abundant a squirrels nud rabbits aro at this time Otters wero not so common nor as easily caught Furs and pcltrys of every kind wore then in good demnnd at fair price no hunting was not only pleasant and enjoyable but proiltablo as well We had experienced raccoon dogs which were as iudispensiblo as any other dogs Tho coon nnd possum wnsalways Tlnnnnniid ifiMraiiiiio mill inviunv inncmilnu lit nll-ix- itnrA iiuiu na iJ Thursday July Â¬ caught after night and nflbrdcd equal sport to any other class whilo it lasted Neither of theso animals wero swift runners and would he forced to climb a tiee after a short pursuit Tho coon was an invincible fighter and few dogs in a I single handed contest was their equal havo caught as many as six coons out of the hollow of one tree After tho tree was cut down and wo found where they were located wo would cut in a hole and lot one out at a time and then the fun Â¬ When in Lexington call on L G STRAUS Leading Clothiers who carry a larger line of CLOTHING and sell for less money than any house in the bluegrass capital A Watch free with every purchase of 5 or over Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ KrSS PaTxVgSJM - I Â¬ I Blf ltlrfS I J mlllp I n Â¬ II Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ m ji mmm i Â¬ lit non-residen- ts Â¬ lvEEPPER10ECnY -- - Â¬ Â¬ CINCINNATI PRICES Â¬ Â¬ y xuprietor Â¬ M HH H CARPENTER P I continued next week CALL AX TIIIS OFFICE CO Canoy Kyf for th we valuableLKWI8 receipt A llft Addrew 4 1 J T iikSkxmlkiikL2mZk Id illilnainMiWBMfci pwtki u liMILJif tiUi- I Vi in Ain-iinMiiaiil-- iU 1 ii 9 itmJfaimti nyajjl vrw4 FWWFYaz f 4 rl V av WM V Vf T rasa aaasfcjmo For Shoriff candidate for shcrill county subject only to thu will or tliojjoople nt the polls In November 1814 PAPER is all hone and if you want all l0 oood things it contains Tou should read overy articio on each ot lie right paoos Yon will ilnd all the 1 ui nuuiu i inawiu i fwlli WII0N olfo J tTJJfWNIIS print HHr 7T local uows that way Mm Dolluak anil Mis- - Kuunio vlaltod on Grassy Tuesday T Colvin of West Liberty enmo over Sundny to seo 1iIh best girl W Ono Â¬ fcW is v SJ i X r F w b ft W Nothing Strnngo Intelligent people who realize the im H C Ilord and Wll DeHuskof this portant part the blood holds in keeping placo made a Hying visit to Loo county tho body in a noamal condition find this week nothing strange in the number of diseases Kegiator Swango has boon visiting re that Hoods Sarsaparilla is able to cure lations and friends hero since the Camp So many troubles result from impure blood that the best way to treat them is ton convention through the blood and it is far better to Mrs Libby Higgins of color has our use only harmless vegetable compounds thanks for u moss each of line Irish pota- than to dose to exeoi s with quinine calotoes and beans mel and other drugs lly heating tho Mrs lohnathan Smith an old lady blood with Hoods Sarsaparilla scrofula had an epileptic lit Monday at John A salt rheum and what are commonly called humors dyspepsia catarrh rheu- Â¬ Oldlields in Morgan county and consumption matism neuralgia H 0 Quick sell of this place spent in impuriSunday and Monday in West Liberty other troubles that originate ties of the blood or impaired circulation Whats the attraction Curtis can all be cured Miss Kosa Trimble whose illness hud on of Elvin Wilson of Missouri recovery were rcspcctivly reported in this Mrs Louisa Wilson and u brother of W paper is again in a critical condition H WUson of Daysboro and James CI Elder Combs preached in the Howard Wilson of Mt Sterling arrived Christian church Sunday morning and here Tuesday night accompanied by his Elder J T Tieratt preached at night brother Jim Howaid ami cousin Kiser Thousands ofjnew patrons have taken Wilson of Montgomery county His Hoods Sarsaparilla this noason and real- visit was a surprise to his mother and his ized its benefit in blood purified and many friend hero who had not seen him in eighteen years ami his step father strength restored John Wihum said he felt very much Elder 1 T Jieratt will preach next like killing the fatted calf in honorof tho Sunday morning at tho John Hoe school occasion Mr Wilson will icinain hero house and at the Frank Johnson school forsoveral days perhaps week hoiifco in the afternoon W 11 Nelson who is in the drug James Lacy and wife of this place will business aLKiiigville Mo basso much accept the thanks of tho editor and his confidence in Chamberlains Colic Choi- hettcr J for some of the finest onions and era and Dinrrlueu Itemed y that ho war- Â¬ beans we have frccn this year rants every bottle and oilers to lefund Tho Mcvir1 Martin biothors of Mrs iho money to any customer who is not Duke llowertou woie here this week at satisfied after using it Mr Nelson takes tending the bedside of their sistor who no risk in doing this because the remedy is a certain euro for the disenscs for lias boon and is still quite hick which it is intended and ho knows it We will next week placo the Demo Â¬ For sale by John M Kom cratic ticket at the head of our columns Do not fail to read the advertisement which we intended to do this week but of the State College of Kentucky which were crowded at the last moment Several young appears in this issue Mrs Ed Cecil will plcao accept tho men and young women throughout this thanks of the editor and his hotter J for mountain section have availed of tho the first and only mess of cucumbers we many advantages offered at this institu- Â¬ have scon this season as ako some nice tion and in consequence nowliold posi homo made cheese tions of honor and profit A ltrst class lift hore power potable haw A liiiul lYuturc mill complete ami if needed a good corn Of Hoods Sariaparillu is that while it mill all in complete order Trice and terms purifies the blood and sends it coursing reasonable For particulars address May through tho veins full of richness and town Mill Co Maytown Ky health it also imparts now life and vigor Wo this week surrender our editorial to every function of tho body Hence space to 0 T Center candidate for the expression so often heard Hoods county judge that ho may explain his Sarsaparilla mado a now person of mo position on the turnpike question which It overcomes that tjred feeling so com you will find interesting mon now Hoods Pills aro purely vegetable per- Â¬ Hichniond DeHusk returned home beneMonday evening from Long llranch fectly harmless always reliable and ficial i liKving dismissed his school for three h tho athletic sports at Louisville last weeks on account of the prevalence of neighborhood week J Morion Swango of Hazel Green whooping cough in that won tho polo vaulting contest in eight rolls Jo you want tho best Hour lUit to feet eight inches and a half Do you want the best you do bring your wool ami wheat to show that that was not his best perform Â¬ If Maytown and you will get t lie best Mill ance ho vaulted nine feet easily and machines running very i ay Maytown Mux Co Elder J A Howard writing from in thirteen acres of West Liberty under ilnto of the KJtli Mr Ilord who has and says Just closed n mooting at Spawn tobacco reports it as doing finely bo n big crop from his creek with about thirty livo additions thinks there will Mon to christian unity four baptised I will planting Ho toppod ono pieco on White preach nt Flat Woods Morgan county is unusually early dny which and next Sunday it being tho 1th in July burloy is tho varioty Mr Ilord grows command 10 ho thinks all ho raises will to 15 cents per ponnd 1ijh1hii DotiiKri Green Eair Association has Miss Edith Clark from Jackson has The Hazel first class condition the been employed to teach on Gillmore nut its track in and 1 ay Miss Sarah Little who has been dan Â¬ atablo is tho best in tho country has gerously ill at Daysboro is convalescing year Moss who trained hero last No word has yet been received in re Â¬ superintend tho training been engaged to to lmvo gard to James Amyx who has been miss Â¬ d stable All who intend ing siuco May -- S see Mr Moss at horse trained should Mrs J N Vaughn and children of oxpo take advantage of his Campton have been visiting at Daysonce and boro eince Wednesday rionco in tho mutton splendid wcathor cutaro Slaferof tho Wograss havingtho fnnnors nro takingÂ¬ A howTkiokoTH S and ting N V advantage of it nil along tho lino Frccmycr House Middleburg Miss Lizzio Tipton hns joined tho joint to bceono Btifl A throng of Morgan county tcachors and caused tho kneo Cham- - will omsuiuo her duties on tho 23d inst commended him to use Mrs Win Tnulbce who has been vis-Â¬ boriiin Pin Balm which ho did and iting her son Dr llrcck Tnulbcoof Mt Stoning returned homo tho Mtli inst and reports a pleasant visit Tho Sunday school nt this placo con- Â¬ tinue with unabated interest with no KilKl 01 H l t indications of discontinuance as is gen- Â¬ erally tho case with country schools For wile by Johu ftiiMM rhoumaUsw week Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ hundred men working on tho wa- murder ter works at Ml Sterling struck last A TrnitnRrNMrft Wnys aro Hard Wesley Osborn who was arrested in this county by Doputy Sheriff John Cox about ton days ago is having a hard time sinco Mr Cox delivered him to tho Ixi wis county authorities A dispatch from Vnncoburgnn tho 18th inst snys Lato last night n telegram was received nt the jail that n mob was on its way from Collegcville to take tho murderer of young Hiram Adams Wesley Osborn from jail and hang him Tho marshal and thrco deputies took Osborn from jail into the woods and guarded him through tho night Osborns courage failed him at tho report and ho cried Tho people aro frantically to be saved determined in tho neighborhood of the 12 W SHORT STREET jDsF Rogulnr Mollis 25 eonts 10 n m to 0 p m KLITOKEEDlXr LEXINGTON KY Breakfast from 5 to 0 a m Dinner from Moala to ordor tit all hours Suppor from 5 to 9 p m vOysters Lamb Fries Fish and Chicken a Speoialty COTS JiUXAMW XvMm1i Miss Carrie Amyx who has been visit Â¬ ing at Campton for two weeks past has returned home She attended tho closing exercises of the high school there Tho entertainment was u success and reflected much honor upon both teachers and pupils Tho strife for schools in Wolfo seems to ho about ended as munv nro reported to begin on the 23d inst There appears to be a greater interest manifested in regard to the improvement of school buildings as well as to improved methods of education but it is duo in most part to the compulsory means resorted to in tho late law Tho Duke of lied River Valley has upon his premises a pond that contains a living wonder a trap that never fails to get its prey as was exhibited the other day by its ready skill in seizing a crow by tho foot and dragging it under water As tho crows alight to get n drink they are instantly seized by the jaws of this trap a nineteenth century prodigy Any one desiring eggs can have them iit fifty U No cents a dozen Â¬ WWStfW y JWZEL JWFIRST TERM CgAaija68g ACADEMY SEPTEMBER 3 CREENj SESSION OF 1804 95 BEGMONDAY A complete Faculty that Is In sympathy with tho educational Interests of rnstcru Kentucky Studies in all departments of school work carried on KxiMiKSIM lOU TWKXTY WKKKS Matriculation I ljd tiltltiii Â¬ Stillwater Sputlilon The hail here Sunday did considerable damage to corn N Â¬ Louettie CJevcdon of Grassy is visiting relatives and friends in this Miss Washing Music per lesson One half payable in advance Deduction for sickness protracted two weeks or more Vice scholarships to ono pupil from each of twenty counties Unroll the llrst day and apply yourself and you will Join with all In say ing Hnxol Green Academy is the host and cheapest school in Kaslcin Kentucky ulf parents or cunrdiiius have dnuyhtHrs they want to put In a Jlrst olass fiirit uradu school they should write us for particulars bolero nrranuliiL to send elsewhere Wo can educate voiuur men and voiini womou fur nlinnt halt what it would cost In the Mue Knihs We will compare with any of inuiii ciiiu mr viuaiuguu lor pm ueuiarN Â¬ 1 oo I0 00 10 00 1 00 35 A j 1 Â¬ - Â¬ neighborhood Three of Hollys fairest belles wore on our creek Sunday All we can say h come again girls Miss Maggie Cecil who has been on the sick list for some few days is at this writing much better Success to Tin HnuMn tho best local What makes a paper in the mountains good paper is n good editor A C lyrd who has been employed to teach our school will begin on tho Jfith Mr ltyrd is an experienced teacher and will do all he can towards the advancing of education There was a very large turnout at tho Bridge Sunday it being their commun ion meeting The brethren gave good advice and everybody seemed to be inter ested by their good behavior Henry Cundilf of War creek llreath itt county was in our midst Saturday and Sunday and while here took in tho Ho is a jovial meeting at thcjlridgc fellow and was seen with a beautiful Fjiank Kose nt his side Â¬ Â¬ cn kentuWTRAININGWool MT STERLING KY 11 q H This school outers upon itn fifth your in September and ifc is be- Â¬ lieved Hint no other school in the stnle if in the entire south hns mot with such remnrknhle success in so short lime Tho wholo secret mnaft lies in the fact that EACH BOY IS TRAINED ACCORDING TO HIS NEEDS J YOril WYOU OWE Why not give him THE BEST You can oducnto your hoy but once thorefore do it right Hoarding pupils under the immediate supervision of Hie Superintendent mid Faculty MILITARY DISCIPLINE Send for elegant cntaloguo BOY AN EDUCATION and trained hv one of the best Faculties in the state M B Major C W FOWLER Sniiorintondout I mi Oily IihuIn C W Ktissol of Clay City was lion in town bust week Horn to the wife of Hush F Anderson July ith a girl JL I Koso and J II Cottlo have gone to Mt Sterling on business Â¬ State College of Kentucky Opens SEPTEMBER 10th 1894 follows H 1 Â¬ Â¬ Our school at this placo begins Monday July Lit with Prof Logan den as teacher Alexander Caldwells wife hits been JAS K PATTERSON Ph D President Her physician and friends very sick LEXINGTON KY thought she would never get up again Dr W S Mnddox has boon to Greenup and Carter eounties to see relatives and sick folks for the last ten days but is DANVILLE KY now at home again FOR YOUNG WOMEN Henry Wiso Davis returned homo last Two College Courses In Latin tircok Math Modem loading to A II week front Mt Sterling whore he had and 11 S degrees Thlrty tllnh year opens Sent 12 LanmuiKcs tc lSOl Address been for medical treatment under Dr 1J5JI C A CAMlMIKMi President He is very much im Brock Tnulbce proved And s only t a year and It Is acknowledged to ho tho hoHtloonl od in iventuoKy hnhNcriho now and nceuro good things it will eoutaln this year Thirty Professors and Instructors Eight Courses of Study ns Agricultural Scientific Biological Civil Engineering Mo ohanical Engineering Veterinary Classical Normal School County next appointees received freo of tuition Board in dormitories 22G por Linto week in private families Eor catalogues apply to i0 v srSi CALDWELL COLLEGE THE HERALD Â¬ jlnunj college - ACADEMY OF THE VISITATION von Jtfr Judge Peote Dyspepsia MrsJudgo Pock Tolls She Was Curod How Sufferers from Dyspepsia should rend tho fol- Â¬ lowing letter from Mrs H M Teck wife ot Judito lcck a Justlco nt Tracy Cal and writer Admlrabllos Whlto Sulphnr Xy This Institution under tho direction of YOUNG GIRLS tho Sisters of the Slsltutlon II V M is sit tutted in a healthy and beautiful locality of This heliool now at the head of Colleges tho welMcnown llluo Grass Region Here the pupils enjoy tho coinfottn of for Young Ladles in Kentueky oilers tin best advantages to parents wishing to edu home far removed fram tho distractions of a city and eau consequently with greater eato their daughters well Comfortable rooms good faro and thu best facility avail themselves of tho advantages allbrded of a thorough education oT teaching Irlees moderate Terms remit liable MhhIo Crayon and For catalogues or information write to Painting extra Ilnuso In heated by stemn apparatus For iurthor particulars address REV C POPE Prosidont ICY MILMUlSnUllG 1127 Sisters ol tho Visitation B V M lOU - hY0UHG LADIEMt S- m won M oleountyT rs ik JAY-EYE-EFWI Ik f connected with tho Associated lressi By a deep senso of gratltudo for tlto great tionaflt I linvo received from tho uso of Hoods Sarsnpnrllln I linvo boon led lo write tho follow lug statement for Uio tmiioflt of sufferers who may l similarly Afflicted For IB years I have boon a grout sulturer from dysiwpalii mid 1A J tJ W jtn-i- ii t t r of Jnylve Hco Uuclnu VltisuyHt Allor trying every known remedy 1 removed u largo Hunch of two yoars Mantling irom a a ycr old lllly vlth throo applications of -- - Â¬ Almost everything I nto would distress moT tried different treatments nml medicines but failed to roallzo rollef Two yenrs ago a friend uruvnllod upon mo to try Hoods Borsuparllla The llrst bottlo I noticed helped mo so I con tlnucd taking It It did mo so much good that my friends snoko of Uio Improvement I Uyb received such great beucnt from It that Heart Troubto QUINNS OINTMENT ItlfllbobofltjiropnrntlonllmvaeveruKcdorbcardi x Hvuruiy rocoininenu u tu an ixorcemvu HVAaw hundred TRADE UABK X oiuch tetHmmMi doetf not kttvpltiMiit ujtSAc statu jwor all vor for trial rrlwi81flf per bottle AkyourdmiUtforlt Iflia 6at CO Whitehall N Y W II 13IIUY n K I now have an excellent anpctlta and nothing I eat ever distresses mo It also keeps up my Gladly Recommend It I cannot pralw Ifooda Mkm JI M mo Hampftrllla too much let HOODS Tracy California laIltl Ade and prMt Hoods Pills flesh and strength HoodsvCures n 8 10 165 167 Kace Street CINCINNATI O G FE D E R mm jWliALUir u la fiotot Uoa sad ipftraaa Tho londinK liouso for FANOY DKY GOODS FURNiaHINCr GOODS and NOTIONS Alwuryi Imvs Big Drivta Bjmltl tiottbn iHfm uraors ft aft x ttJ v c A1 t wul r mti J i i J U V AJNJJfcttj yjj I v M - rVTr i iim wiiimihii 1 1 iii inn rirni nil in mnn mnvirzmxnaM-vvmiimttAiiinzjritB-X- njiiuiunwmuwnwnmunituitmiitmiMjMmjiiJL I JMiiinsmr -- triXGER COOPEt DEATH OP M 0 LISLE Editor Appropriate Resolutions Adoptod by the Kontncky Dolcflation l U ir dV 1 V t Tho dotith of Congressman Mnr- cus C Lialo was not unoxpoctocl hs ho had boon in a precarious condition for somo wroks It can bo said to his credit that ho novor gavo up until forcod to do so by tirod nature Mr Lislo was ono of tho most popular mombors of tho house and had lie lived thoro s no doubt but that ho would have mado his mark in tho legislation of tho country as ho possossod a peculiar fitness for tho position to wJlioh his pooplo olectod him fa Gov ftfoCroury rocoived tho dispatch from tfio Ipnonnr con placo TIlC members of Iho Kentucky rgwnuwfl broilior wmauuolng tho death lio fait it u duly to in- Â¬ delegation held a mooting at which form the mombors of Iho delega Mr McCroary prosidodand adopted tion nnd to call a mooting for tho tiio following It having boon announced that purpose of taking appropriate Â¬ action This was done without tho Hon Marcus C Uslo of Kon delay Gov McCroary was elected tucky had this day departed this as chairman and instructed to life a meeting of his collongues proparo suitable resolutions to was hold in tho capitol and the following resolutions woro adopted prosont to tho houso Resolved That tho mombors of Whilo tho Kontucky mombors delegation join with woro thus ongagod tho houso was tho Kontucky proceeding to non concur in the tho family and tho constituents Marcus C Lislo in somite amondmonts and to agree of tho Hon and to tho conference asked for by tho mourning his untimoly death feOnato It took noarly two hours desiro to express their regard for to do this Whon this had boon him as a man and their rospeot of tho dono tho govornor aroso and ad for him as a representative pooplo drossod tho chair JIo said Resolved That In the death of Mr Speakor it in my sad duty C Lislo there is taken to nnnounco to tho houso of repre Â¬ tho Hoiu M sentatives tho death of lion Mar Â¬ from tho labors of businoss to tho cus 0 Lislo lato a representative rewards of otornity a truo man a in congress from tho stato of Kon- Â¬ faithful public sorvant ono whoso tucky Ho died early this morn- Â¬ future was full of promise ono butthir-ty-on- o ing at his himo in Winchester who had in a short life of years won tho respect and Ky Ho was born Soptombor 21 1802 in Clark county Kontucky confidonco of tho pooplo among Though young in years ho had bo- - whom he lived had attained tho como vory prominent as lawyor highest position within tho gift of his district and commanded the legislator and businoss man In tho yoar 1890 ho was olectod admiration of his colloaguos in tho county judgo of tho county in American congress by his faithful which ho was born and roared In zealous and intelligent disohargo 1802 he was olectod a roprosonta of his reprosontativo duties Resolved That a copy of thoso tivo in congress and was thoroforo sorving his first torm at tho thno resolutions bo furnishod tho family of his doath IIo was a truo friond of tho docoasod Courior Journal apuro patriot and an accomplished July S gontloman and ho was loved and rutHS Tor 1000 Tho Weokly Courier Journal 1ms anby all who know him re Spec tod of In all tho positions of honor and nounced another tho its popular guessing temperature at Loutaking trust hold by him ho was conspic- Â¬ contestsduring tho month of August as isville uous for his ability intogrity and tho basis Ono thousand dollars in cash fidolity to duty At this timo I will be given free as presents to the new will not indulgo in any extended or old ronowing subscribers who jiues romarks on tho lifo character and tho hottest day at Louisville during public sorvices of our deceased col August and givo the closest guess to the weather bureau leaguoand friond but in tho future highest temperature thoon that day Tho thermometer will reach I will ask tho houso of roprosonta subscription pricoof tho Weekly Courier tivos to sot apart a day for tho Journal is a year Each guess must commomoration of his virtues and ho accompanied by ono yearly subscrippublic sorvicos and for appropriate tion No newspaper published in tho action in rogard to his death I United States has been so liberal to its offered such liberal aiow ask tho adoption of these reso- Â¬ subscribers or has as prizes to secure lutions which 1 sond to tho desk Courier Journal now subscriberspast tho 18 During tho llosolvod That tho mombors of months it bus given away in presents tho Iioubo of roprosontativos havo absolutely free 17400 in money not to Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ -- mously agreed to Boforo announ Â¬ cing tho result of tho vote tho spoakor appointed tho following committee in pursuanco of tho resolutions Messrs MoCrparyVior ry Taylor Payntor of Kentucky Dropor Lucas and Martin of Indiana Mr Ponce was appointed in tho placo of Mr Martin but owing to somo houso engagements could not sorvo Tho vico president appointed the following committee on tho part of the sonato to attend the funeral of Congressman Lisle Mrsrn Blackburn Lindsay PalmorSquiro and Duboiso Tho funoral party will leave tomorrow afternoon in a special car ovor tho Chesapeake and Ohio They aro duo in Win Â¬ chester at 1000 Monday morning at which timo tho funoral will take Ayers Pills the best remedy for Constipation fltasH SwShm1 rSi -- Buy THy V A I iSteielFireEiliiiler AND 1 Jaundice Headache Biliousness and Dyspepsia rwiitR SAVE YOUR HOUSE mmm jEDJrtB w TTUVffTJ Easy to Take sure to cure all disorders of the Stomach Liver and Bowels Every Doss Effective nn CHEAP SIMPLE RELIABLE i HANDY iim illUJ Insurance may cover actual loss of goods burned but it dors not ptiv for time and tiade lost while re establishing PREVENT THE FIKE WITH A STEMPEL business JJSTSPENCER COOPER Hazol Green Ky agent for Wolfe and Morgan Counties jWCnll and spo Iho Littlo Wonder RnvwranniMcm BACKED 11 13 and ID W Iknsi h Main Stroot LEXINGTON VOBfif KY Willi 4 Xsjl m W3ISV y Yy i a when you are in Lexington shopping Do you wnnt to niako your dul Aro you economically inelinod duty If Hiieh is tho cuso you will certainly come to upj lara do double We Give fslore Goods for a Dollar Then Any House in Kentucky This week we aro making a special sale on Embroideries and Swiss Flouncings 10c 10 KMUKOIDERIKSfor 2 u i0 nnd ami oo 0t a 10 and 15o 10c Oc fe per yard ic 2oc aWISS FIOUNCIXGS lor W to tbo bands of any but reliable pooplo whon you aro looking for CLOTHING Wo aro tho largest houso in Central Kontucky and inako a specialty of 700 and 10 Suits With every suit for Mon wo givo a guarantood lover movo mont dust proof WATCH AND CHAIN ikek Whilo Hall oc 8c 10c I INDIA LINKX in romnnnth 1ol MAJISTE 4c BfegrWo l i m11 HAMMOCKS for flOc 7fic 8rn iKV Slif niut SlfiO CRO QUEl SKTS iJOc 75c and e LADIES OXFORDS fOe 7rc SI 00 nnd up GLORIA SILK UMHRELLAS pardon frame Dilc LADIES RIRHED VESTS 7fe lioc II 150U vuulrt 10c luc 20c and 2oc eitch mam imnwff lj-ii uriinii im J D lUROELL www iwrm i Begin - tie Year TsKN Lot your first entry be a resolution not to buy until you havo soon us for Hi Carpets Curtains Rugs Oil Cloths Mattings GRAVES VICTOR COX B0GAGRT CO LEXINGTON KY You will run no chanco Things aro what they seem There will bo no disappointments in store for vou HUGH HICKS MANAGER 87 X liroadwav piailactiiriis 17 K Jeweler KY LEXINGTON KY Short Street LEXINGTON d MITCH Win DEALER IN Diamonds Watches and Jewelry Roliablo Goods Fair Dealing and Bottom Prioes All Goods and Work Guaranteed HARDWARE JUEENSWARE TINWARE And a Full Line of Agricultural Implements Mitchell Wagons Owcnsbovo Wagons McCormick Binders and blowers winteicy s feonci btcel LSnuiers ana Mowers rx - John M Rose HAZEL GREEN KY Is tlie only firm in the town which hun illes the jiihtly celebrated BSylonjiivs lcont in stnnlc tnv AIffnviniplf AVLitnlnv niuT Shoes C P Tracy Co The Boots and trom the wholesale houso of give him u call Champion ladiinery Granger and Tiger Hay Hakes Avery and Malta Double Shovel Plows 1 Â¬ PORTSMOUTH OHIO jEfrWhen vou wnnt the BEST footwenr no lly COMBS HOUSE CAaiPTON KY J B IIOLLON FnopninroR Qiieensware at Cut Throat Prices MANTELS AND GKRATES Best and Cheapest Cook Stoves and Ranges on the Market hoard with doop regret and pro- Â¬ found sorrow of tho doath of tho Hon Marcus C Lislo lato ropro sontativo from tho stato of Kon- Â¬ tucky Rosolvod That a committoo of sovon mombors of tho houso bo app6inted by tho spoakor to act with such 8onators as may bo solocted to attend tho funoral of tho decoasodand that tho sorgoant--nt-nrm- s of tho houso shall tako proper aotion for superintending tho funoral and for attending tho remains of tho docoasod at tho plaoo of burial and tho nocossary oxponso incurred by tho oxooution of this ordor shall bo paid out of tho contingent fund of tho houso Resolved That tho olork bo di Â¬ rected to communicate to tho sen Thk II nnALD office- now baa moro print- Â¬ copy of thoso resolutions Ate a ers Btatioucry than any othor similar Rdsolyed That as a f urthqr mark establishment in Eastorn Kentucky and of xaipaot the houw do now adjourn if you want printing of any kind this is Top moiuuona war unani the place to get it - Tho pfttronnRO of tho traveling pubfio is respectfully solicited Tnblu tho best nnd mention such promium articles as sowing every attention to tho comfort of guests machines watches guns etc This in FLOYD BYKD spito of tho business depression that is Camp ton Ky felt ns much more- in newspaper ofliccs ATTORNEY-AT-LA- W than in any other business Tho Weokly g Abstracts of title furnished collecCourier Journal has just announced tho tions mado and prompt returns guaranteed lucky guessers in its May rainfall con- Â¬ Connected with tho law firm of Wood Day test There- wcro 222 of theso guessors Mt Sterling Ky in civil practice distributed over tho states of Alabama T O JOHNSON J II SWANQO Campion Hazel Green Arkansas Kentucky Texas Tennessee JOHNSON SWANGO Mississippi Indiana Virginia Missouri Louisiana Illinois Iowa Ohio Pennsyl- Â¬ ATTOllNEYS-AT-LANebraska Indian Territory Will praotico in tho Wolfe county nnd cirvania Collections promptly mado Michigan South Carolina South Dakota cuit courts and abstracts of title iurnisheu ou short West Virginia Now York California notice Florida Washington and Oklahoma No hotter indicator of tho circulation of tho H D MOORE WITH Weekly Courier Journal could bo had U CO BEN WILLIAMSON than this list Sample copies of tho paper with full dotaila nnd blankH may c be had by sending n request ou a postal OATLETTSBURG KY Address Weekly Courier Journal card Solo agency for South Bend Plows Louisville Ky Contest closes July 81 A The Farmers Friend North Maysvillo Street Mt Sterling Ky As it is Springtime of course everyone will want to clean house and must have Â¬ A New Carpet or Matting Window Shades or House Furnishing Goods Such as Bedroom Suits Cheap Bedstead Rockers Pianos r urgans T pureaus Ml i xaoies mattress and everything that you can find in a iirst class Furniture- House Vo havo tho ot Uarpets in Eastern Kentucky and our Furniture gest lino is tho latest and at rock bottom prices I3o suro to call and seo us at MASONIC TEMPLE -- v W l Â¬ - Hardware Cutlery LOOKHART BUTTON1 TJR J F 0 Mimf Mt Sterling Ky dfc m ZEL KY UJXJvi vTi MT STERLING KY TRIMBLE BROTHERS tflr- - rjif iiMn si inm - js ttitnm rnrm i fwa glxfctM LK31 J WWIIUUIIIUVAJmi TwmiinuBwtnujiin jM iwmuujijjinMjiti IWmWaBAlMillUtUiWrmMJMIWUUtjaill - it i 8 - wj u ji i rf m - - JJJH11I111 amMBRt - S ilvKvif S rf3 f J id -- h Tk B iTlv iSFriJ lLJv VHSt2iSlkmi -- H mJR W-W -- kfV-V Sr5 i i 3 J v ft Hannah Im tfoinff out fo awhile to boo a poor woman wlio linn boon uo i Yon and 0 Utile worlc for iao r Corson can entertain each other t 1 Rot back cant you 1 wont bo V9 i fiX lMJohn5ToN Copyright ieQ2BYrfB uppmcoTT cpmpany MIAlMKIl Nln-rovri- N-ii Oconee wore bought nhiiv the will ami therefore didnt pass by itV I am aware of that sister ho answered with some retraotiiij in CIIAPTRU IX toao doubt She regarded him with much eager Â¬ ness If I could no arrange it as Im suro I could wouldnt you take both of those places- - knowing without a j father wished 1 couldnt talce any more than what she juiokly addod what your One morning Cullen aid Hannah its been near throe weeks since Sifter Julia was here and yofi havent been in to see her yet Dont you think Its time llehnd got to Mispeet and this wns true that she was waiting for him to bugtrest the vtrdt Ive been thinking of it Cullen she answered but somehow Ive kept putting it off Ill go in a day or two if you think 1 oughtnt to delay spair Not for my sake Not for yours dear sister nor for anybodys because such an act would subtract from my self respect by seem intf equivalent to a compromise with brother which I have resolved not to make Oh my Lord what can be done in this case Are you then tfointf to do nothing to got at least some of your rights I dont know what to sav or what to do She looked around the room in de Â¬ Â¬ it would he recognized universally that I was entitled to sister longer hy not go this evening or to mor row think Id go this evening and upend the night AlimyanJ I eantake 1 V Â¬ t ir mnfii l i I rU a t - M3m ft yas o 1 I vvJ i I villi The case is in Dabneys hands sister but he has my instructions not to move in it for the present no mutter what grounds he may suspect he has Jlcr quick sense saw the tenderly compassionate motive of his breast and laying her head upon his shoul- Â¬ der she wept and wept At length lifting herself she looked into his face with much tenderness saying Ny dear brother I could not invent words to express how much admire your nobility and your gentle true I know Unit if Mr heartedness Dabney should discover or should believe himself to have discovered any grievous fraud in this un Â¬ happy affair you will give me if 1 then be alive timely warning And Cullen I wont ask you to come toonr house but you wont forbid Han Â¬ nahs coming sometimes will you to see me For I tell you my brother I am nearly gone Why surely not sister Hannah ought to go to yon sometimes and Im sure she will wish to do so unless sho should find that brother objects No no he will not object Ive heard him say often that Hannah was one of the finest women he knew Ho said nothing After a moment she rose and said Well I pray to God every day to make some solution of this case that will be right for all Ill go out and see Hannah a little while There I see her among her rose bushes Dont Im com come in child she cried ing Hannah sho said when she had Ive had some reached the garden little chat with Cullen not as satisfac tory as I hoped He wont make any compromise with his brother Perhaps he may be right at least for the present but I hope 1 Â¬ Â¬ iiiiii - t vf n u n mjN she noted In Millodgovillo women Oh yes Wiley naid with polite rc nnmmnco Hannah and 1 can manage somehow till you get back Julia Im not much of n talker but Hannah is lind ivte at that Ill let her entertain me while youre gone Oh IJrothor Wiley was all Han- nah could think to wiy After his wife had gone ho proposed to walk into the garden undiuspeetnn arbor which had been made of iis de Â¬ vising Hannah not knowing exactly how to treat such an invitation acÂ¬ ceded and repairing thither they sat down upon one of the rude benches within Then Amersou said Hannah hope you wont think too much of Julias rudeness iu leaving the house when a visitor is in it flic poor thing is not in good health as you know aud sometimes Im afraid she isnt iu her perfect right mind Why ilrother Wiiuy Sister Julia did entirely ritfht in treating mo as she did like one of the family She ought to knowing how Ive al Â¬ ways hived you Hannah Thank you lb other Wiley I have always loved you as u dear brother She bit her lip when aho said it As a brother hocohoed with slight Curious how bitterness of emphasis things go in this world Heres mo I for instance know how to make money and I make it I know how to pull stringt ami money comes to me from other people sometimes unex pected Hut there are things I value more than money aud cant have them People dont believe that about me but its so He looked submissively sad at the thought of having been misunderstood by the world 1 Â¬ oh yes sister wild Hannah with Kim hnnii rural Mii1ivvMitnrtif always regretted her want of tho ease iow- - WALTER AWOOD 1894 MOWERS HAY RAKES TUBULAR 1l Always at the front in design style and quality of our 4 iS V i M REAPERS and STEEL MOWER jtMa 7- with latest improvements we call attention of farmers to their great strength durability and light draft binders i y - Our sales show that they are unexcelled Send for Catalogue HAY RAKE WALTER A WOOD MOWMAND REAPING MACHINE C0J s k ENCLOSED SSs i M tfvk Ul GEAR REAPER HARVESTER AND BINDER See W W REED Mt Sterling Ky for prices Maw I c wis IAVINO HKH 1IKAD ON HIS BIIOUIDEU SltK WElT eare of Pearcc for ono night and I can spare Jim Trom the plow better now as its convenient Ill go to morrow morning I wont stay all night unless lind that it would be a decided pleasure to sister and sins urges it The next morning after laying out the servants several duties putting on some of her best things she set out in the buggy driven by a negro boy On the way she speculated much on the happy life that must be led at Milledgeville where she always had wished and hoped to live She could not account for her sister-in-law- s avowed preference of tho country ex cept l3 attributing it to her poor health and she rellected with pain in which she would not have admitted there was any anger that her exclu sion from the society for which she almost longed could have been pre Â¬ vented by her husband Not that she loved him less but for her sake she argued he ought to be willing to make some sacrifice of his own feelings She was received with great cordial ity by Mrs Wiley Anderson who after finding that it would be no dis Â¬ appointment to Cullen urged and easily prevailed upon her to remain until the morrow Some relief from the distress of this good woman had come from the apparent anxious desire of her husband to make a liberal al- Â¬ lowance to Cullen mainly as ho said for the sake of Hannah and her child As for giving a full half this ho de- Â¬ clared ho would not ns it would bo ad Â¬ mitting either incompetency or unjust partiality on his fathers part and that liis own services in conducting the most of the old mans money nffairs during the last ton years wero not His wife worthy of compensation not misunderstanding him or his claims yet was thankful for the hopo imparted by his words that in time a settlement could bo had and sho en- Â¬ deavored to trust that this might bo Admiring made through Hannah Cullen for his spirit of independence she yet thought that perhaps it was well that Hannah took more practical So sho views of present conditions resolved to lot her and Wiley have at least one interview alono with them- Â¬ selves When ho carao homo to dinner he was very polite to Hannah and showed satisfaction when his wlfo said sho was to spend the night thoro Ho asked civilly nfter Cullen and Pearce and ovinccd gratification when told that both wero well After din- Â¬ ner ho said Julia but for 6omo matters of rather pressing concern I would liko to remain with you nnd Hannah They will need not moro than a couplo of Then Ill como back unless hours you and Bho aro expecting to go out So They had no such expectation ho went to his ofilco and returned not long after tho tlmo ho had sot Ho re- Â¬ marked that a groat deal of prudenco and pationco nnd many other things had to bo studied and practised by a businessman no dpubt about that His wlfo Bmllod sadly seeing tho im- Â¬ pression upon Hannah of his great sol Â¬ emn words Not long after his return sho said 1 Â¬ Â¬ than later Id rather not go this evening but I 4 w Sister Julia aud he course brother would make such an offer as would bo at least respectable and for Pearces sake if not mine nor his own I but he doesnt wish me to interfere and I dont intend to A slight shrinking Mowed that Julia recognized the difference be Â¬ tween the words and what sho wouldÂ¬ havo expected Then after such comforting assurance as sho could find to bestow and pressing solicitation for ITnnnah to visit her as before she wont away Immediately after her de- Â¬ parture Cullen put on his hat and went out to the field The movement hurt Hannah even to some resent Perhaps ho foresaw it but mont thought well to hinder another discus- Â¬ sion knowing that now she would bo further than beforo from according her behavior with his views Soino of marriage had tho first year of thoir in re Â¬ not been such as his sensitiveness had entirely becoming It garded as stung him somewhat several times to witness what seemed to him her rather indelicato efforts to win tho regard of 11 fntinr nnd brother So also ho had suffered from her occasional allusionsÂ¬ into thoir comparative poverty and his on action timations that different Uollevlng yet would change it rt been wiser than that her courso had that Wiley could and her husbands if not just bo brought to torms whichsatisfactory to be reasonably oueht was her 8ho persuaded herself that it but to do sc wi h duty t Persevere u m irreatest pruuenco Tfnnnnll in this new to as to inaeea her powers and of what sho mothers ought and had at least a have an- not easily right to do could to herself as to what Possibly horo m ILnirhta somu uuk were following but was prefer aho trusted tna ovon that and suplno su able to Inaction uru 50iiiml and iu ftheir talk about tho Â¬ dont think Cullen right in that knows I dont Of is Please dont call me brother Han Â¬ nah She started and looked as if with some apprehension thrdugh the in terstices of the encompassing vines he Listen while I explain to you said in deliberate low utterances yet not without appearauee of authority to command attention Hannah without having any idea of what an unhappy man I am you were about to use wordsof congratulation beginning with calling me your brother 1 was saying just now how curiously things in this world went Now there is my brother Cullen a man of excellent parts a handsome man a man who I fre quently say to myself ought to be the happiest man upon the whole face of the earth married as ho is yet he neither mnices money nor tries to make it le jond a mere common country support apparently without uny ambition to bring his family into town and give them the benefit of a society as good as can be seen anywhere in tho whole state of Georgia I dont say I blame Cullen for having that sort of prefer Â¬ ence but it seems curious to me when 1 look at you and think how you would shine if Cullen would give you tho opAnd Hannah unless he portunity drives me off entirely from him I mean to make it so that if he wants to he can make his family participant in all this town affords If not Ill do whatever I can for you in spitu of him He understands his wife no more than ho understands his brother Then ho took her feebly resisting hand aud said Hannah dear whilo father was in some sort of frot with Cullen he mado his will in which he cut him off from an equal share iu his estate He was Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Why brother For the lirueilt of llic Indie fo Ihtzel Green nnd vieinitv I have opened a GKNKUAL UILVISHING GOODS STORK nt mv resiri ntc in Iliuel Green mid will eiirrv a com plelelineof the following articles which will he sold tit the bOWKST PRICKS viae Ladies Hats Ladies G loves Miles aim velvets Hat Trim mini Hilibons Ladies Toilets Curllg Ironn Underwear Handkerchiefs Woolen Dress Goods Wliulo Rones Itronin Iaints Giiiejiani bawns C Whale Hone Casinirs Silk Laees hlaelc and white Muylins White Goods Ladies Slippers Iaees Kmhroideries Dress Shields Corsets Complete line of Hosiery VeJlhiKS Infant Caps Dress Trimmings Klasties ete ete Umbrellas Towels Buy Your Hats of Mo and Got Thorn Trimniod Freo oi Charge My stock will einbraee everv artiele of Ladies wear in tin latest style Just from the will also do DUKSy cit v as well as ninny other notions too numerous to mention MAKING and willeiit and make dresses to siiittlie hard time prices Oest system of enttini hv the Haddington Cntthij Machine which was awarded first premium nt the fcCrMiss LAURA RAWLINGS f Covington Ky ucll and favora- Â¬ Worlds Knir ISiCJ bly known to the ladies of this vicinity will he my assistant Your trade is respectfully solicited and satisfaction guaranteed Very respectfully 1 if tata nil H -- 4 j Mrs FRED DAY v4 A I FIRE HFFMAI mmMBB AggeiMy s LIFE ACCIDENT Address A HOFFMAN c -- t i IK i The Safest Best and MOST RKLIAKLK Agency in Eastern Kentucky Kates Reasonable ASSETS OVER LOSSES PAID 26000000 27500006 Mt Sterling Ky Glay City national CLAY CITY KY if 00000 P COX ENEMIES THREE There mo with whieh the weak peinori Ptionillv has to contend WoitK nwilnrty cimxiiimH his Htrongtb but often iys for whut il taken Uounv Unlit the hiimIIu nt thu oilier UlHKAHi Capital FLOYD DAY 1 M A W HCAVW end and iioht piivn at all tics his hand and doprivcrt hint Nn Hank in Eastern ICentmsky has better of power of ivHtiuiir vaults nor hotter fiusilit ion lor keepini your account Managed entirely hv home people Who can minilier tlin thiiuiiiiiis who know you and who are iiUviivh ready to accommodate you JCf Money to loan on reaiionahh rates thin mighty trin For vent wo linns Call on U8 fought thtvo coiiuiiiHw of lif with lifvV own woiinn the air w briiitlic nuido Hirotigor fur the combat by tho aid and nkill of modern wieufi Our President Cashier OVERCOME BY WiwesiBf II WITHKIbSIOON whim GOOD BV iiM StSTKIl JUJIA restore titiigthiiiiiH the nerven and expels dUciiM It 1 Proof that wiUconvinco all whoreaHm in oHered free to all who Miller Paid up Capital 20000000 Sond UK your inhlrcKc Surplus 0000000 D KS STA It K E Y PA LKN This Hank solieitH the aeeountti of mcr lWftArohStPhiliidHphli Pa chautH fanners traders and hnnineNH men 20 Sutter St Sun Kriuicineo CnL generally throughout KaKtern Keutueky and ollerH itH ciiMtomers every facility ana the most liberal terms within the limit of legitimate hanking ocllHly N WINC1U3STKU KY mi COMPOUHD OXYGEN PrcHident II UNTKH Cashier 1 tof vun children ought to have I said little about it believing that when he came to sco what sort of woman Cullen had married ho would either destroy it or He mako proper alterations of it seemed in time to appreciate you lilto I did Yet after his death I found among papers which ho had left with me that will which as an honorable man I was bound to present in tho court My intention has been to mako an allowanco beyond the provisions of thatpapor far boyond them not for Cullons sako who never treated mo like a brother and always wont coun- Â¬ ter to my advice but for tho sako of his child and and for tho sako of you Ilannah whom I love and always have loved better than all the rest in the whole world CONTINUED NKXT WKKK voxed with Cullen because of his want of Huch ambition as ho thought his GlarK Gouniu MAIN STREET Haiioni Brhk WIN0UE8VTR KY yiiBsiMM olitalncdandaUfitt JOHN W 1JKAN Prestdent IJ T CUItTIS SnrplUB Cnhler Capital 9200000 Undivided Profits tho county 3100000 35000 runmto from WmOilntfton Sond model dnnvlntr or ptaoto with deserif tton Wo ndvlno If patontabla or not frea of chnrgo Our feo not duo till iiatont U retuml A Pamphlet How to Obtain Iatents wlttt namoa nrnctual cllcnta In your State eouBtywr tosvu aeut free Addruae cut luliaMi conducted for Moderate Faat Our Office Is Oppoille US Patent OWae and wo can tccara patent In loa time than tU Cftvents nnd Trndo Mnrku VJfei T being tho oldest Imuk in Collections made on all pointh and your business solicited 18G5 Organized CASNOWCQ Opposite Patint Office WuMftt BC s T JAMES HOTEL Fourth 8treet nrRr Mnm CINCINNATI UOTELLELANDLoxin8toilif SI 0 ICIecVric KltVHtorl It HUOOK8 rronrletwr New Ibiihling M nad Ketnje IJ H Hot V jjji which tne omcr - iThe patroaage of Wolfw and Morgan oountiM solicited Vtrc ceaternirlljiflt ihrWHNl WMfMW lAMh IrfHUd it S--Uuslti- H4 nwiwtfullr I K WIOOICR Wlitlt m wyF MUHHkVK frs1 nTHTT TIT - jti vr WR9 BgCiannTtjr n -- rVf Jf s rffl Svv VVV SrV Iv 9 Vs h 1 Tf f IfTtt All v 4 I Jv i J wjtftf tt IBITIOi Of THE HIH I i I 1 1 Huh B H H H AH Mtt GG iff ra WILL BE HELD ON THEIR GROUNDS HAZEL GREEN KY m tM Septem ber4th 5th 6th and 7th 1894 i III H I I n l H Km fffl E 00 00 00 00 2 00 2 00 2 2 2 2 itii I If FIRST DAY Boat Lamb Moming 2 50 m 2 50 Best Buck any ago or brood 2 50 Bost Ewo any ago or brood 2 50 Best Malo Hog any ago w 2 50 Boet Fomalo Hog any ago 2 00 2 50 Bost Pair Pigs pigged in 1S9 1 5 00 5 00 Bost Staor Calf undor 12 months old 2 00 5 00 Host Groon Bonus Bost Heifer Calf under 12 months old bushol 2 00 5 00 Nicest Calico Quilt Bost Bull Calf ucdor 12 months old 2 00 10 00 Bost Bull any ago G to 1st to 2nd if Fastest Tkottkk Horso Mare or Golding 5 00 year and undor 2 Bost Hoifor from 1 yr to 2 yrs old 1500 7 to 1st 5 to 2d 8 to 8rd 10 00 Half milo heats bost 2 in 8 5 to fill Bost Cow any ago G to 1st 1 to 2d THIRD DAY Afternoon 8 to start 5 00 Bost Pair Cattlo from 1 to 2 yours old Fastest Tkottkk Maro or Gelding Purso 100 Foot Raco 10 G to 1st 4 to 2d 200 yards 5 00 50 to 1st 80 to 2d and 20 to 8d Bost Pair Cattlo from 2 to 8 yoars old Milo boats bost two Fastest Trotting Mulo in harnoss 80 15 to 1st 10 Bost Pair Cattle any ago 5 00 inthroojivo to fill and threo to start All trotting to 2d 5 to8d Half milo heats best two in threo fivo FAU entries for foronoon of oaoh day must bo vacos must bo in harnoss jjjado by 9 oclock a m and by 1 p m for aftornoon Poxy Rack For horsos MA hands and undor Purso to fill and threo to start Fkee fok all Tkot Horso Maro or Golding any ago oxhlblla This rulo will bo strictly adhered to 25 12 to 1st S to 2d 5 to 8rd Ono milo boats bost Purso 200 100 to 1st GO to 2d 40 to 8d Milo boats Entraneo foos as follows towit two in throo fivo to fill and throo to start bost threo in five fivo to fill and threo to start 100 On purso of 50 On purso of 500 250 SECOND DAY Moming Mulo Raco 15 7 to 1st 5to 2d 8 to 8d Half milo 200 1500 1000 150 825 Bost and finest Maro Mulo Colt 0 to 1st 4 to 2d 10 00 boats best two in throo fivo to fill and threo to start 2500 2000 250 1000 500 Bost and finost Horso 8000 875 10 00 FOURTH DAY Morning 050 Bost Mulo I yr old and undor 2 7500 5000 G25 10 00 20000 2500 Bost Mulo 2 yr old and undor 8 10000 1250 10 00 Bost Maro or Golding any age G to 1st 4 to 2d 10 00 All Floral Hall oxhibits froo Entries must bo Bost Mulo any ago 10 00 JfF 10 00 Bost Pair Mules any age proporty of ono man mado by 4 p m of first day Best Jack any ago 10 00 50 25 to 1st 15 to Trot Throo yoars and undor 4 Bost Harness Stall ion any ago 10 to 1st 5 to 2d 15 00 FIRST DAY Afternoon Ono milo boats bost two in threo fivo to 2d 10 to 8d Bost Maro or Gelding 15 00 fill and throo to start FLORAL HALL EXHIBITS Bost Saddlo Stallion 15 00 Horso Maro or Golding Slow Raco Chango Ridors jftflfAll products must bo of oxhibitors own raising Bost Brood Maro and 1 colt 15 00 15 7 to 1st 5 to 2d 8 to 8rd 2 00 froo to all Half milo Largost and bost Irish Potatoos bushel Boat Stallion and 8 of his colts 15 00 2 00 boats bost two in throo fivo to fill throo to start Largost and bost Swoot Potatoos bushol SECOND DAY Afternoon 2 00 Fastest Trotting Mulo under saddlo 15 7 to 1st 5 Largost and bost Tomatos 1 dozen 2 00 Bost Saddlo Maro or Golding stylo and onduranco to 2d 8 to 8d Half milo heats bost two in throo fivo Largost and bost Onions J bushol 2 00 Largest and bost Ears Corn bushol considored G to 1st 4 to 2nd 10 00 to fill and throo to start 2 00 Largost and bost Whoat bushol Froo For All Paco Purso 100 50 to 1st 80 to 2d FOURTH DAY Afteruoon Largost nud bost Oats 24 hds cut off at top joint 2 00 and 20 to 8rd Milo boats best two in throo fivo to fill 2 00 and throo to start Largest and bost Applos bushol Fastost Pacor 200 100 to 1st GO to 2d 40 to 8d 1 dozon bunchos 2 00 Largost and bost Grapos Trot 2 yoar old and undor 8 Purso 80 15 to 1st Milo boats two in threo fivo to fill and Threo to start 2 00 10 to 2d and 5 to 8d Largost and bost Watormolon Half milo boats bost two in throo 40 Half milo boats bost two in Froo for all Trot 2 00 fivo to fill and throo to start Largest and best Muskmolon or Cantaloup throo fivo to fill and throo to start 2 00 Largost and bost Pumpkin or Squash Mulo Raco Purso 15 7 to 1st 5 to 2d and 8 to 8rd Running Raco froo for all 50 25 to 1st 15 to 2d 2 00 Half milo heats best two in threo fivo to fill and throo 10 to 8d Best Oako of Buttor not loss than 1 pound Half milo boats bost threo in fivo five to fill 2 00 to start No mulo will bo oligiblo to any raco that has and threo to start Handsomost pioco Patchwork 2 00 won first monoy at throo succeeding fairs at this or Fanciest pioco Ruflling and Tucking Mulo Raco 15 Half milo boats bost two in throo 2 00 any othor Handsomest Pillow Shams fivo to fill and throo to start 1 -- BostCako Best Fruit Cako Bost Loaf Light Bread Host Jar Honey Comb Host Sugar Cano dozon stalks Largest and bost Cabbage dozon howls Largost and bost Boots dozon hoads Host Specimen Produco from one farm Largost and bost Gourd THIRD DAY 1 Morning 1 -- 1 10 00 Best Horse Colt 0 to 1st to 2d 10 00 Best Maro Colt 0 to 1st to 2d G to 1st 10 00 to 2d Bost Maro I yoar and undor 2 10 00 Best Maro 2 yoars and undor 8 G to 1st 4 to 2d 10 00 Bost Horso I year and under 2 G to 1st 4 to 2d Best Horso 2 yoars and undor 3 G to 1st 4 to 2d 10 00 Best Gontloman Rider 10 0to 1st 4 to 2d G to 1st 4 to 2d 10 Bost Lady Ilidor Walk first half milo trot paco or rack second and run third Purso J0 20 to 1st 12 to 2d S to 8d Sweepstakes for all ages iyo to fill and throo to start -- -- 1 JW -- H- - Competition Open Only to the Mountains R A KASH Sec9 F PIERATT Pres- Wt n W v gSgsS9i ri- - I -- iV jilj -