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T - 1 v5 fWf Of ii iWiPlffWlWl nww Jonnthnn nnd His Continent by Mux ORoll Luuilirlntr nt Ills luck hfc 4tK t vTt SPENCER COOPER Ownor and Editor Hazel Green Herald Established March 1 1885 niul Mndo Famous in tho Olobrntod Story of Nolny Woilil AVItli Xrwn Irom All Nntlnnn 100 A YEAR Always In Advnc 16L TtiXTIl YEAR -- wlUH4iuglMWiUtllUililllMI HAZEL GREEN WOLFE COUNTY KY THURSDAY JULY 20 1804 nwiiB HI ihiiiiihmihi1 PnmpiMnniwiinniwiujimiL- - DUMBER WWPWWCyiTTBWWIUHattfWCTJCtM m ttUCJMfJWfWaW H m Va ft i aTr A H tf B Iri SJm ft i fr yell and hoarse growls that it made the largest buck I took n steady nm amT very blood curdle cold in my voinc but fired Instead of tho deer falling m dml re IIIH AutoMitriip1iy nf Ailvcnture llllU I lost no tune in liring tho second shot as 1 expected not one moved nor gav Sport in IMolil niul Ioriwt AVlun you come to Lexington drop in nml spc which penetrated his heart Yet the in any attention to the report of my rifJcu CONTlNCKt lltOM LAST 1VKPK us ami wo will show vou llie biirpfost stock of fuiiatcd beiiMt continued his screams and f at once reloaded nnd fired tho aecornl I arrived at tho foot hills of tho Frozen yell till he canio within five- feet of where time selecting another deer but with th niouutaiiiH nt tho head of Hod river tho vw I stood and dropped dead His body Uanio result and nftcr shooting several same evening barely in time to build tny and Furnishings lor Alon ami Boys measured five and one half feet Ho was times I carefully wiped out my gun nnd camp and after a hastily prepared meal tho largest animal of his specio that I ro loaded and taking n rest from tho elite ana you ever saw noicsaie and lassoing and feeding my horse I reIf you of a treo and when I fired I aw tho bulÂ¬ write to us and tell us tired for the night I iuoh early next have ever seen or heard tell of conic After carrying my deer homo and do let strike a treo twenty feet above tin what you want morning and soon dispatched breakfast and feeding my dog and beast and was ing some work on tho farm it was then door I Rliut nt Uy this I knew my ptm 5 oni in the mountains in an incredible too late in the season for hunting Po I was pelled as wo called it in tin short time It was a beautiful morning waited till August when according to common parlance of that day but tbm You will make more than your expanses though il The air was toft and balmy a gentle their custom deer in large numbers visit was not at all an uncommon occurrence as T can testify to myself as tho same you come in person and make vour selections breeze was lloating through the trees and after night what wo called the licks A deer lick is simply a spring the water thing happened to mo often aftorwardV undergrowth and along tho mountain ONE CLOTHING MOUSE sides Many wild llowora wero budding of which is strongly impregnated with However thisgavo me more trouble than ML KAUFMAN CO At tlieo springs the anything of its character that over did and blooming Tho trees were opening iron and sulphur 54 E Main Stvcot LEXINGTON ICY their foliage The bird too had Mt up deer como and Mick and this water befall me nnd while yet reflecting upon rMpnjaM WM HVMM wtwwivw their lyric notes in a thousand songs as if has tho same salutary effect upon them what course to purMio I happened to re-Â¬ to dignify the t plendor of the rising tin that salt has upon tho domestic animal member Mr 1amcs Cope who lived some which could only be seen on the tree tops When tho proper lime camo I made my ton miles distant and was an excellent in the far olldistance All nature pre arrangements to go to a lick that 1 had gentleman And as I had learned visv -w--vi WHOLESALE ONLY Vtfw learned was well attended Jreat care well skilled in the art and manner of Ks on tod an aspect of lovoliius as beautipains and caution have to bo taken in iug exorcisms by which moans ho couUl 137 139 xa Ohio ful is a dieam of heaven charmed and awed by tho exquisite scenes of nature the preparation for watching licks 1 lake tho spell off of tho gun fco I in wfiimwrrTUCtrwtzrz tlat surrounded me I pushed forward arrived in tho neighboihood staid over mcdiately wont to his house and rclntei until I reached tho apex of a spur of a night and early next morning built my tho circumstances of my misfortune tt Drives iiiJJGasae Tho blind is simply which he mndo no reply but took my litlsjo that extended ti the main dividing blind iuil scallbld Frozen mountain There was then before a covert The scaffold is a rude elevated gun and made a circle around him ami mo an undulating landscape extending construction upon which you keep live then went on with some strange munccr Soml for our Prh e U several miles in the distance As I stood coals of lire In the meantime you have vrcs repeating inenutntiom all of which j ffttni 9ntHP iiwmmtftil ftlikiviTirwMtfiliiMir theie in wonder and admiration at the prepared a sullicient quantity of fine I did not understand and finally loaded enchanting scenes around me siw just splinters out of the richest pine you can my gun and handed it to mo and toW as they were reaching the summit of a get which will ignite the moment it mo to shoot at tho first deer I saw lot thc hill a herd of deer sixteen in number touches the coals and will illuminate distauco bo long or short and I would w fl a HViotoomr Jurc lias no superior iniwide 10c lleing likely have some trouble with it They wero not in rango of my rillo ami tho whole surrounding forest t I returned to my camp and early Alletrro IM tif10 next had dUenvorcd me and having the ad thus prepared T returned to my blind about Min down and took my stand and morning reluctantly ventured out agaii vantage of the wind I look cover behind - 5f SZ2 a clump of huMict and waited their ap remained almost motionless till about an but not without some evil foreboding f QiAKrn City nKtPowoi it Ih of nil wovo fouml the bert hour in tho night I heard some deer I went on and in tho course of two hour i Here wcie three old bucks and I AUsoiuutyyiitieniKt uhuliwmc lnn Uulms a ilaco ubovu the rust proacu saw u small huid leisurely feeding uluu o hu icn pennies cut it rmiiplo Of ynur Grocer uu y tiny four smaller ones As they slowly ad coming down the mountain side right in H it la utit sat is lut tlon OmW Ho your pennies will re pay I was located and the spur of a ridge in short rillo nmg f lion- - est tri uls nil suf- tl olciit Tnlliivotlicro will never bo vanced it scorned that theoldbucks prid the direction of where 3 1 For sum1 w ill cv- - vt iol - low rhosowho umuQ C 11 P the wind being contrary they soon scout and without any hesitation I fired at tlur Ut ed themselves in parading and displaying t a U mp r 7 UlU iirir- their majestic forms and stately antlers ed me gave a few hluill whirtles and first one I saw which was a three apikit zcu vcrz5c buck Ho mndo a few jumps forward y to the other members of tho herd Often run away i Tho same thing was repeated several and foil After reloading I went to lf wan ctfenfo Iniii or jcfWnan Address Quaker CUy 11 P Co JictMor1- 2nd they would walk in advance raising their white feather and antlers high in the air times during the night until I became where ho laid but in an instant ho vcur r1 as if to court the favor and respect of all discouraged and dropped oil in a disc of upon his feet his hair raised on its ent THE j i On his green bloodshot eyes flashing fire the others by their beauty haughty sleep but it was only a eat nap I could distinctly awakening hear some and I had barely time to avoid his dead- Â¬ pride and self aggrandizement 44404444Q4-4-MWQ4444Xf At last they catno in range of my rifle deer sucking in the lick and I touched ly aim at mo by escaping behind a simili and as quick as thought I fired and at my pine splinters to tho coals of lire on treo that stood close by his horn striking S the report of my rifle tho largest buck in my seallold and when tho light shone tho treo and throwing bark in my eyes V the herd bounded up several feet high and out there stood an old buck and two until I was almost blinded In my stu -fell dead At this the remainder stood does intently sucking away at the water don and hasty effort to escape I atrucfc amazed and stolid not realizing their and apparently oblivious to all their sur- tho breech tif my gun against a Rpriugy perilous condition until I had rc loadcd roundings For the first time in my lile bushand knocked it out of my hand five became uei votis and shaky but no time feet away my gun arul killed tho next largest buck in the gang LETTER FROM IOWA At ibis thev bounded oil was to be lost I fired away and at the with tho swiftne s of tho wind and wero report of my gun tho old buck fell dead Opera Al Louse Jilock soon lost to sight and bearing These A the doc ran up the hill I saw that Mlh Uuiphy Willi InteriMlngly About j i x 1iJ- jw la - Aa re- f- in AA rwMvi rnj Tluil OiioiHiy I put BH were among the largest and fattest deer I one of them was badly wounded iSi K i h tt 75 CJ BJ BN m CIRH m n ur1 t h Fnod Iowa July 20i ever killed The acorn beech and chest my dog after the wounded deer which bo Kitvcmt Cooiik Hazel mu ltPj Green Ivy a r f3 afiW nut crop of the preceding year upon caught before she i cached tho top of the 3 5 Arter long neglect 1 thought I would I mountain which wa t about a mile disn CH R r which they feasted was yet plentiful i write a few linos to tho dear old Hkrauo Iff select- Â¬ 4 8BSffiwBRgff ir snsscialzlr managed to hang and drcs tho A new and carefully managed by means of lever power to tant VfrVff to give you and your readers hoiiio idea hang up my deer and take out their en- buck and by this time it was daylight of my whereabouts and travels sinco ed Stock of the then went to where my dog was watch trails I then proceeded on another hunt left old Kentucky the place of my bird 7m Wftl and had not gone exceeding a mile when iug the deer he bad caught and killed and whore I spent my boyhood dnv rt With much difficulty I dragged it down I saw another herd in tho head of a deep gleeful sports roaming over tho vnttcjhi I could reach lTpou observation I discovered the mountain to n place rauno and vine clad hills where satisfaction the wind was contrary and I had to re- with my horse Upon examination I and contentment of mind omitted thoir TnrjB-j t ili trace my steps and take cover behind the found that my shot bad broken the bucks Mveetest odors on Â¬ my wayward life and at prices that defy compeu opposite side of the maintain in order neck and passed on and broke tho slionl I loft Kontucky September 21 lV2r I visited these licks sev to gain their rear and tho advantage of dor of tho doe TilE us and mndo my way townrd the Sunny tition iiT Coino and see eral times during this Milliliter and never finally succeeded the wind In this South and after traveling thrro days nnd without their discovery of my maneuvre went home without carrying a deer but nights wo lauded in the Kcspect fully central part or and in less time than it takes to write it sometimes I would remain three or four the Ioiiq star state where I remained 14 Mrs MAGGIE HOWARD I had killed a largo barren doe which days and lose ad many nights sleep months or nt least long enough to tco The following fall I made pieparatimiH to my was in as equally good condition as either count cted with tlit Stnto A A M Collide satisfaction that wo had wi4nrtt I soon had her bung and for an extended hunt and pilehed my of the bucks reached tho promised land nor any LUAUTIOALWa diessed It was then about twelve oclock camp precisely on tho same pot I had of it So after winding up my busing imcaiis in wiioiisaii The there I detoimlned and tho weather being moderately warm occupied tho previous spring to seek tho regions id f knew it was important to make for weather was just cool enough to bo pleas tho north and after two dayH nnd nights lilchpot Cnnuty niul home and salt down my deer as soon as ant a gentle breeze blowing tho sky rNUOIiSKD landed in Hedford Iowa Nov 1st Stare oflUiiiN livtln leatlint luikiius iiml clear a crystal light frost at night puri Â¬ iroliidiial iiKMi nt tlii riiiiittiy ami ly prxtoiblo travel over both mountains and prnirkv So it was not long before r reached nnd fied the atmosphere and made it vigorous iiinilrtils nf pupils ulin uru sucfefltil in After a study of tho country for sorrm LiiiiUos 1 was so much olated re and healthful Is mnilo to tliu imiill in broke up camp saddled my horso to A KKVKIATION time I bought In ml nnd located seven SlioitliHiiil Typu turn to my tHicr i ltniikln liieso l had to carry with tho promising prospects of a sue- - iniln southeast of Hedford nnd in l hs tk Tliirtl Haw uriliuif I Ilitfraplty Puiiiiiiuislilp Cninmrr one at tho time to tho ueaiost house a ccsiful adventure that I arose before day vicinity of Knod This country comwte clnl biw Aritliintitic iniiniiiar Spilllnir CINCINNATI 0 Just as I next morning and nftcr going through of beautiful rolling pruirieS whioh ami UiiAiarM Corri spoiiileino ns tauiflil bv distance of six miles away nu Will Milt vonroir nnw asm iNriKibiTiNi iIhii ol ACl tliat camo in sight of the last deer I had killed tho regular routine of preparation nnd very fertile and ui Mirrv tho toothnroTJIK l0WIT productive Vegetable CAL lUSIVHSS CUAtTICK Ihkd onlv in Prli os ml i ml otir was of all Icinda OH COLLKCIC luloro which tho olil theo and jvithin easy gun shot T discovered u while twilight was still lingering grow in abundance Spuolnl attention glvi n l nmiUnlciH Frow rollcHi ropvrljjhteil text book oopvintr hvs- huge monster of some description eat out in ho mountains I traveled on for what I have seen and what I cnu ho luni Ml ST Vpon close several miles but failed to kco a single now of posmuNS fer iu uPIIh ro mmlo a ing tho offals of the doer the products of this country nndt 1 could find plenty of fresh sign I RAUtKu UtlrUDI I in this school whieh promNes to qxiininntion I discovered it was a cata- deer jUeinlty tho amount of live stock fed ami shipped m eoiiiniireinl World tho highuht typo of mount but of such cxtra6rtllnary size but nothing else in this way And with niiT1i ivp lV from hero to other pnrtn of tho worldr X vtlielvMit business men nnd women MLblMvii I knew theio the same result I traveled until about he as repiesonted or that I was really nlnrmcd tilAUANTKKI ni mndo to bo thoroughly satisfied wt 30000 nioiifV reliiinliHl to 200000 HIMUMUB was but one alternative and that was to two oclock in the evening when I turned C A PITA h contented to make this my homo in tlm mVAHK ofnehoolH which do not do this M WGSTA1T President iliil for huuiilud ilhiklrnted Catalogue kill it or do worse Ho 1 fired but the Imy course in the direction of my camp future J n l KlilKlATIUCK V op VrwMent free ball took effect too far back in tho body hnd not proceeded far till I saw a largo Hut thero is never n homo wett For full particulars call at the college or to bo fatal and as I was rc londing my herd feeding on chestnuts that waH fall- Â¬ satisfied but nildrtM something could Improve It WorcsiCctftdlyIoTlcUthehiPsnor C C CALHOUN Principal gun I saw him standing on his hind feet ing from n number of trees Hint covorcd a little and enclosed you will pWageftttl mid business men scenting in orery direction Finally ho u plntcnu of land just beyond a livulot CO cents for nlmiiH Kern trader 100 108 110 ll- - 11 A 111 K Main St which Rend me ThkITkkam Kastern Kentuuky A mnuMv tlirnualinut got my courso turned bin hair tho wrong coursing its way down tho mountain six mourns mr my wuibUctlon i i us a LEXINGTON KY bulnM done Cllvo your bank book nay it lUeueetftUlv dTCost to oornploto nny prescribed way and bounded toward me nil tho After taking tho usual precaution I an completed without AIiljw when In need and timo uttering such savage shrieks nud proached in clgso range nnd selecting tho checks oourso VERY roftsonablo J MuitrKr Cmdi i M w I Tft 0L MWnn s tar tvi4i ilfli iw w mk ir hi ffs Etf jtr r r Skrtf rvk vii jl H JOHN SPANIARD NICKELL vn mmgfIfats - cant lunau Â¬ Â¬ up Mens Suits from Boys Suits irom 135 up PRICE MERCHAHTSW JOB W L0T and Race Street HOUSE -- Â¬ Cincinnati 1 aoffiiM shoes mJiB tj I V ma 1 DUA KER CITY BAP 1 ifllj W rarxj I0SOI I Â¬ 1 Â¬ - Â¬ T T-K- i I - - SiNESS WORLD -- 24TPV PWdOTTn im IMM nwxiiu it STORE IN MINIATURE 1 uri ftffl kyi a gcmEnmEif lexinctox i t N At Â¬ f Uh I t IK -- LATEST STYLES Mill iir Â¬ 1 Â¬ 1 I Â¬ zxzzz Jzj Â¬ LexmalBo fc-TI- Kb South LOUIS STIX -- CO Bto Goods a NOTIONS Etc tlrt Schoolj prt ltho IoiI-ih-i1i- 1 Ml - Â¬ TnnnrDCrirpnIT Uttim Â¬ 1 KSotSdyouii yTjos II T Bfci w WtJT r yfK- - LjiMimmnauuiJixMJjeiiwiMuiirtvsskHiim uwumhuwiI iwmwVMiaijin u jiawygygggg j s V i constituents 4iny man might justly be proud one which docs credit to his district credit to his state and ono which will ever btand a living testimonial of his loyalty tn his friends and his party and his cour age and ability to advocate and defend thoso measures and principles which were to the best interest of those whom he represented and to the country at large His record while in congress will com pare favorably with that of any man who As Juis ever represented our district wo saw him in this building on that occa sion standing as it wore in the foot Â¬ prints of that noble ancestor who had k recently fallen at his post of duty do ing battlo for country and who was just entering upon a career of honor and distinction to himself and of importance and usefulness to his constituents wo could not fail to recognize in him a true typo of Kentucky manhood and ono who was destined to bo heard and felt through- Â¬ out his state and throughout the coun- Â¬ try as a statesmsn and a man of influence if his youthful ambitions and aspi rations were not smothord by tho hand of personal envy political projudico or the politicians boodle It it for this young man whom I shall name that tho masses of tho peoplo of this district aro clamoring today As an evidenco of this fact ho comes to this convention today with tho solid endorsement of ten out of sixteen counties in a contest between seven of tho leading Democrats of tho district Ho is a stalwart Democrat of tho truest typo When Â¬ ever a political contest is to bo had ho la always to bo found with tho armor on and in tho thickest and hottest of tho tuttlo ami is always found equal to tho emorgency No ono of his agb has con- Â¬ tributed moro to tho success of tho Democratic party nor takes greater do light in hor victories Ho is a young man vho possesses every essential requisite to make us an ablo and elllclent represen Â¬ tative in congress Ho is true to tho principles of his party and has tho cour- Â¬ age and ability to advocate and defend tltem Ho was not boru with a silVer spoon in his mouth neither lias ho been aiureed on the lap of easo nor rocked in tlie cradlo of luxury but ho has accom Â¬ plished and made himsolf what ho is toilay by reason of his own personal am liitlon inherent energy and unconquer- Â¬ able will Ho has by his porsovcrancc pluck determination and earnest pationt effort aided and accompanied by tho advice of true and devoted parents succeeded In procuring a good education Â¬ Â¬ tho best that could bo obtained in tho schools of this state in taking a courso Eilter in tho law department of tho University ewOBX COOPER of Michigan nt Ann Arbora Bchool second to nono in tho United Statos in SPEECH OF HON A F DYRD building up for himself a lucrativo and XouihmtlnR lion TciU M Kntull for extensive law practice and in short ho CmtRMHA From ThU llMrlt tho principles Mr Chairman ntitl gentlemen of tho has by strict adhcrenco to of right justice and morality and tho convention Wo ns tho renrosenntivo legitimate Democracy of tho Tenth congressional faithful pursuits of honest callings succeeded in building for him Â¬ district of Kentucky hnvo met in con Â¬ self character so formidable that oven tention todny for tho purpose or select thosea who opposo hiui in this contest will Sng ft man from among the many nhlo not dare to assail it nxous willing and well qualified men in In addition to tho fact of his eminent our Tanks to represent our party ns its fitness for tho place to which ho aspire stundardboaror in tlio congressional eon endears him to my that which lest at tho coming November election heart today most which prompts me to Jn making this selection wo should ever let my voice that in his behalf that go out 1 ccp in view tho interests of tho party which mnkes mo most solicitous for his we represent and the country at large success in this contest are the facts that regardless of party nllillntlons and at the ho was born and reared among tho sing samo timo having duo regard for and giving streams tho vine clad hills and tow Â¬ ing duo consideration to tlio individual of Kastern Kentucky rights and claims of those wlioso names ering mountains I delight to call my the place which may ho placed before this convention to home and the fact that he is the son of day as aspirants for the honor which it lamented Hon lohn W Ken tho is to bestow In making this selection dall lato refor to the Hon Joseph M I we should remember that tho eyes of the Kendall of Kloyd county It was Jos great adversary of tho rijrlit and liberties eph M Kendall who in the congressional of our people nro upon in ready and ea content of 1S90 when this distiist was ger to tako advantage of any mistake being Hooded and overrun by Republican that wo may make here today Yet money and defeat to the Democratic the confidence which I have in tho in seemed inevitable and his father tegrity honesty of purpose and good party having sulHcieut means with which judgment of this convention and the loy not tho impeding danger and meet alty of the people of this disiriet to the to avert tho emergency of tho cae it was this groat undying principles of nomocracy young man who drew from the bank the prompts mo to say that wo nro hero todollar of the hard earnings of his day not only to uomiuatoa candidate for hit life and put it into this contest and said congress but to name tho man who shall Go for the success of my father and represent us in tho next congress of the the Democratic party United States Of this there is no doubt Tho result is too well known for me to J Imvo tho honor of placing before this it Ho is now gentleman asking convention tho name of a man whom repeat a rcnomtnntiou from the hands of his it has hitherto been the pleasure of this anil he is entitled to it Nomi district to honor an act which they will people He is a nate him and tho Democratic party will iievor have reason to regret have a sandard bearer of whom she may young man tho mere mention of whoe well be proud and the Tenth congics name calls to our mind the scenes of a ional district a representative who will tiimilnr convention to this which was both himself and his constituents held in this building a little more than honor Nominate him and thereby manifest two years ago in which opposition van your appreciation of true Kentucky ished like clouds beforo the sunshine manhood Gentlemen do in this matter During his brief service in congress his what your party and your district will record is clean and pure us a sunbeam endorse and your conscience and heaven free from the slightest stain of corruption will approve and when you have done or tho faintest shadow that would in any so you will have given this young man nay reflect either upon himself or his His record is ono of which the nomination -Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ -- EOH KEEALD Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ connection that T am highly in favor of n turnpiko from Torrent to Hazel flrcon and all other improvements that arc n And Still Climbing benefit to our county I am iu favor of this turnpike being built by an incorpor Never content to keep com- Â¬ oted company and paid for by tho stock- Â¬ holders And when made in this way it pany with the slow pace set will be a great advantage to our country It will mako our farms worth moro and by its country cousins though will give us a better market for every thing we have to sell It will givo em Â¬ always in sympathy with em ployment for our working men and will cnablo us to get everything we lmvo to iP m v buy cheaper It would enthuse new life pfi J-- a B fl iJ Tt S 1 fl FJ iu our citizens and tend to and energy elevate and lift us up As to tho propriety of the county tak- Saging stock in the turnpike iu order to induce others to take stock that is a wv7 matter altogether left to the voters The law is so fixed that the county can not put its mark at the topmost take more than SS0 iu stock to the mile of turnpike and there can not bo col- ninn udo of conntrv iournal- rAv a i vi lected more than 10 cents on the 100 worth of taxable property iu any one ism and week after week lias year for this purpose The total amount MAN i vtWW of taxable property iu our county is labored to roach the goal of about 1000000 and we have about its ambition How thorough Â¬ 1S00 tax pavers some of them unu recti V M WW H ut dents The highest average amount that ly it has accomplished that j we could be collected from each tax payer for any one year for this purpose would task is told in the hundreds 1 make thoto state Â¬ be about 150 cents of tributes paid it by the press ments aad explanations that the tax of the count rv and the warm- payers may be posted on this subject and so they may intelligently seo just hearted testimonials received what there is in it K a i iViim tVimiilc in ill ImiwI I have heard that it has been said that I was elected county judge I would be if lVTll ri IV A i no riiigiisii UiiuisiM in uv iu favor of paying the county officers high alaries This is another false MT onshiro the Xew England alarm I am in favor of paying them a reasonable compensation for their services maiden of Maine the sun clad and no more I witli to say to those that have been circulating these false icports of California the scmi io I have enough perplexities of my that tropioal creole of Louisiana own without being made a camel to bear for others the loads which they had as and last but not least our own Men do not like well carry themselves to anchor to quicksand nor to build on mountain pinks all indeed stubble The permanent is what the I would suggest for who con the contents of its world should seek 4 your own good and satisfaction that you THROUGH THE pages week after week sing begin now to tell the truth ami con Â¬ stantly do so until you have formed a j tho same som of love habit of so doing Then you can tell it easily A liar can never be at ease in ADVERTISING COLUMNS is this all A French humor- the company of thus he has deceived at- Â¬ He will have to keep his memory con isl traveling in America stantly on the stretch lest the stories he tracted by a perusal of its Tlriil WVulc Norton tells will Jiot harmonize as iu this case Means iinpuro blood and overwork or G T Ckntkk pages draws a pen picture of too much strain on brain and body The Campton Ky Julv 17 only way to cure is to feed the nerves on its multi merits in his own pure blood Thousands of people certify that tho best blood purifier tho best language and thus it reaches nerve tonic ami strength builder is Hoods every home in the vine clad Sarsararilla What it has done for others All Imlorso tho it will alM do for you Hoods Cures hills of France So popular Hoods Pills cure constipation by restoring peristaltic action of the alimenJonathan and was the storv tary canal For Babies as Well ns Old Folks His Continent that it was G T CENTER I am glad to say that the Electropoise uis cured me of rheumatitin and illness translated into every tongue DoIIiioh lllft Position on tho Timipllut the result of typhoid fever as well as catarrh Have used it in the family UueMloii Hence from 7i years old down spoken by man I leant that it is being circulated all from mother-in-laover this county that I am contemplat- Â¬ to the baby used it on the baby while hemisphere to hemisphere and teething ami it worked like a charm ing if elected county judge on having a For throat trouble we have never found tax lovied on this county for the purpose anything to equal it Several of my from pole to pole of building a turnpike from Torrent to neighbors have them and are all well I can not say too much iu Kg gU This false statement has pleased Hazel Green praise of Hie Electropoise been gotten up and caused to bo circulAAx s Mns F M Callahan Verona Ky I fl by tricksters and figureheads that ated Brnin Congestion and Vertigo Curod aro not satisfied with the way things are ii of Hazel Green is a household With tho Eloctropoise 17 s figV55i5JIT7 p going and in order to excite and prejuSirs Last July I was taken with word Thus it is also a ne- Â¬ dice tho minds of tho oppressed tax pay- vertigo a congestion of tho smaller ers of this county against me While I blood vessels of the brain hyperaeniin cessity to the wide awake bus am satisfied that there aro not many 1 could not study everything I ate diswho would bolievo that I would do any Â¬ agreed with mo at last I ate no solid i n ess man and all who desire food but oven soups and liquid food thing that would bo detrimental to tho did not agreo with me I was induced to tickle trade that they may interest of tho public and while I am to try the Klcctronoiso in ono nights relieved tho brain congestion aware of the fact that a largo number of timo it had till their coffers with cash our citizens aro not posted as to tho law and vertigo I began tho next day to study I ato from that time what I on this subject I think it proper and pleased and since then I have been a have their advertisements dis- Â¬ right that I should tako this opportunity comparatively well man Hkv Gko H Mpans Covington Ky to explain it played in its columns from I hero refer you to the acts of 1891 Practical ns Well ns Theorotiortl time to time Wo might go pago 63 chapter 11 beginning nt the I am much pleased with my experi- Â¬ ence with tlio Klectronoise and bolievo second section which reads as follows If as many as 2f per cent of tho quali it in advance of any known remedy in theory for tho restoration of tho normal fied voters of any county shall sign and condition of the system Npu bADf R Directories cfrte and its e fleets deliver to tho fiscal court of such county in tlio euro of disease has proved its on and tell of other l rr iUenP adf npnoino6 qualities a petition requesting tlio subject of taxa efficacy practically and theoretically J W Ola uk M D Augusta Ky tion for tho purposo mentioned in this it possesses but modesty for- Â¬ act it siiALii be submitted to the voters of ADDRESS f H4 HERALD5 ifj bids Suflieo to say it is to tho county at tho next regular county or Â¬ r stato election to bo hold therein therenewspaperdom what Domino C09 Fourth Avenue Louisville Ky upon the judge of said court BHAiLordcr an election for this purposo and if it be is to tho turf world ICixa found that a majority of voters voting Bee of are in favor of lovyiug said tax it shall class KKIMIKSKXTINO T ordered by said court etc bo so A few moro subscriptions So you will aeo that tho wholo matter GO SANFORD VARNER is in tho hands of the tax payers It will bo taken nt 1 a year and wholesale dealers in begins with them and ends with them and tho county judge has nothing to do m flrw ims a limited numbor of advertiseÂ¬ with it moro than any other ono citizen ments at reasonablo rates oxcept to seo that tho peoples will is 121 and 123 Second Street out and in caso they want to carried PORTSMOUTH O take stock in the turnpiko that it is prop- Â¬ SPENCER COOPER erly done and that their interest is Tho trade of Kastern Kentucky is most Hazol Greon Ky properly cared for I wish to say iu this respectfully solicited I AT THE TOP i 0t iw I t- Â¬ - HAVKlkAU iiirti THE HEUALD MfhfAlMsr -- Â¬ JSJM9A y mv Vlvr for fern w s mm tP5 vmSi W3 i e the fmi lJ las Â¬ 25 ft fb r z V i JT HERALDS 2ur Â¬ Ladies Ministers and Physicians wmwLm aasfe ho Â¬ ELECTROPOISE I w T a Â¬ 1 THE HERALD -- CW Â¬ Â¬ 1 Â¬ -- ftHERALD Â¬ sSSglSisgJ Â¬ DuBois W W Webb FYVIE its wmm jj m S A ap akMJL THE HERALD ts u intiM 4 iipp ONE OF DR MKEE3 StrtutRo Story of tho Uecovory oT Stolon Oooiln ThroiiKlt n ortunu Teller Tho Mnysville Daily lluUutln is reapon jy siblo lorgivinj publicity to tlit following Lnpalcy MeKw of Danville n prominent Presbyterian minister relates tho following strange story for tho truth of which ho vouched Dtor His grandfather wasn tanner and lived at Lancaster and one night thieves ear ried ofln large lot of kip and solo leather The old gentleman east about as to how ho could apprehend tho thieved and to Vf cover his property lie reiueinbeied that there lived in an Uncle adjoining county an old umn Jlillio Armstrong who was noted for be Â¬ ing ablo to locate stolen goods He went at once to tho man and told him about tho loss of his leather and asked him if he could assist him in recovering it Uncle iiillio took oHhis hut and taking out of it a wire rod he turned it over in his hand and replied ijnit ho could tell him all about the theft Suid he Your leather was stolen by a negro man and woman with tho assistance of a well known white man of the neighborhood A lluiulxomo Compliment and when you gt back to Lancaster you lion Joe M Kendall tho nominee of negroes have been caught will find the part of tho leather tecovered the negroes tho Democracy of tho Tenth Congress whipped for the theft and the leather in ional district is a young man of a high order of talents and oratorical gifts At the court house Â¬ Mr MeKee hurried back and upon ar- a state convention held in Louisville four riving in tho town and driving to the years ago ho made a nominating speech court house saw that it was open al- which wo at the timo pronounced the though it was not regular couit Upon fmist effort of its kind ever delivered in going in ho saw his leather lying on a the state on such an occasion The Oblarge table and was told that the negroes server was so much pleased with the had just been whipped Undo Uillo had rythemieal eloquence and strutural peradvised him not to try to do anything fection of tho sentences that we applied with tho white man ax only the evidence for the manuscript for publication in of the negroes could be bi ought against full but he replied by saying that it was lmnxwhich under the laws of that day largely extemporaneous and therefore He is not only a not safely reported was insullicient to convict a white persor and it would eaue him the loss of much brilliant young man but solid in inteli mm money imi as iiiu 11 unn aw auaiMH lect and substantial in peronal integrity Lexington Observer getting the leather from the negroes J as well in he had tho white man arrested Ir tight Last June Dick Crawford brought his to trial when there being no evidence but twelve months old child suffering from that of the negroes against the accused infantile diarrluua to me It had been Dr MelCoe said that tho only explana weaned at four months old and being tion he could oiler of the fact of Mr sickly everything ran through it like Armstrongibeiug possessed of such a won water through a sieve I gave it the derful gift was that in tlur e days police usual treatment in such cases but with and he out benefit The child and detective weie scarce kept growing thougt an allwisc Providence had en Â¬ thinner until it weighed but little moie dowed that worthy Christian man with than when born or perhaps ten pounds this supernatural power At any late he I then started the father to giving it certainly possessed it and it was recog Chambei Iains Colic Cholera and Diar all over that country He fore one bottle of the rluua Remedy 2o cent size had been Used a marked Hows TliUS AVe oiler One Hundred Dollars Kewaul improvement was seen and its continued Its weakness and for any ease of Catarrh that cannot be use cured the child puny constitution disappeared and it cured by Halls Catarrh Cure father and I believe the childs life was KJ CHKNKY CO Prop aved by this remedy T Marlow Toledo 0 M D Tamaroa III For salo by John I J Wo tho undersigned have known Our oitixeiiH to Uto number of two or threo hundred gathered on the burnt district here on hut Monday afternoon at two oclock to wHiicsh the exhibition made by the Cincinnati Tin and Japan Fire Kxtinguishor Co The test was given under the personal supervision of Mr Herman H AVolls president of the company of Cincinnati and Mr W V Snyder the local agent of Georgetown Ohio and was satisfactory in every respect dearly demonstrating tho Stem plo Extinguisher to bo one of tho best methods yet devised or invented for tho controlling of lire A structure of pino boards was built and after being thoroughly saturated with coal oil a match was applied The extinguisher was then turned on and tin u lire put out in about ten second who witnessed tho test were thoro satisfied that the Stetuple will do all and more than is claimed for it Tho head quarters of the company are S E Cor Sycamore and Canal St Cincinnati Winchester Ohio Herald SrKNcrit CooiMT Hazel Green Ky Agent for Wolfe and Morgan counties lot Out In Jtiagjlfvu Soroiutn An KlRHt Hour liny Senator George lait vfcek introduced u joint resolution providing Tor an amend- Â¬ ment to tho constitution of tho United State providing that eight hours shall constitute n legal daya work for persons doing manual labor Tho proposed amendment specifies that no person or association engaged in mining manufact Â¬ uring or in any other mechanical pursuit or public work or in transportation other than water craft fhall require or permit any employe doing manual labor to work moro than JS hours in ono week except MHMMMWMMHMHIMICDM M H I H the Ladles ol Wolfo ami the surrouudlmr country to call and hnmlsonio line of SlMMKll DRESS GOODS ho Tins Just received Inelmllt all the lasliionitnlo fabrics and Purls patterns and prints hesltktt an endles variety ot Notions iiiclttUinj all or the latest styles In Imxu ltlbbons e Jce 116 fcfcml a nl4J fctlfcifc u ui i j iiiiu ut llltltlklft ltkrtllltlk4 llllil lIAk b t iitii iiiau i itiiivs ltbfttfdB lftm iiutiiiiiu lllgll KnillU f IF GEORGE W ROBINSON DKATKU IN 0ofllNal0iMi CAMPTON KENTUCKY o l h - - A in cases of emergency prescribed by law Persons voluntarily and lawfully en gaged in any of the above pursuits shall t which ho Is selling ar lower prices than anybody Purchase of him and Rave money Â¬ 4mmmfmmMWMmOHm4i not be unlawfully hindred or obstructed And Still They Come llr Acr v Rtlrxitii ftnrltr Ailr iim vicm u most lIMroviInecasoof bcuwettltiR that hnu resisted all iho usual romedlc Ho llnally secured report J TAYLOR Largest Stock v DAY Lowest Prices j3u bJ Â¬ by directing tho uso of ono bottlo of Dr leant rn Kidney and Ilacttucho CureJSTininoll Untwist Ozark Mo Aur00 terribly ulllleted with lU had a customertrouble Up 11 times iv klclnoyniul bladder night Ureal distress Ono bottlo of Drleu ncrfl Kidney and Haekacho Our - A Complete Cure Dealer in General Merchandise on a Cash Basis Â¬ nntl a second completed tho cure Hart used another powerfully advertised klliicvroiu vdy for years with no permanent bonollu Relieved all Pain iiiiririiiii V w fc DR FENNERS Kidney and Backache Cure A p ran 11EAL15RS IN Â¬ Great Renal Depurant DID IT m SEND Â¬ Â¬ Cures nil diseases of the kitlneysbliddcrf urinary passages Female Weaknesses Bed Wetting in children Dropsv Hcatt Disease Rheumatism Skin ami Blood Diseases Swelled Limbs Brighta Dis- Â¬ ease Impotency etc Satisfaction guaranteed Sample free Dr Ioiinors Pollots cure Stole Hondache- FIFTY CENTS TOR A TRIAL MONTHS f UlSCRtmOM Genera TOTHC Jonstlniuloii etc Dr PjiroLyegCraclcttnlp rentiers Tho host Kamllv Physic Goriiiaii Eyo Snlvo cures Louisville Titties ArTCRNOON THE BRIOHTCtT AND PAPER IN THC BOUTH BIT UesSUlnEruntlom Â¬ ri le loves any coujliast limit etc In sui liour Dr FennerH Goldon Rollof A spool He In any lnllaiuuiatlon ltellovet burns tooth- Â¬ ache neuralgia rheutuatUin or any pain hi 1 Dr Fonnors CourH Honoy jaryand lux aNo hmuohltlii and coiihiiiup Uou Ono Day Hazel reen Ky totOnihiutis rureeollo dvspenslatlyten Â¬ doso cures LaUrlnpc For sale hv John M ltoM autl Mrs Lou Mat Live Stock AND Latest Market Quotations Latent State News All the Local News Complete Press Reports LARGEST CIRCULATION IN THE SOOTH 30000 Or AND OVER DAILY Â¬ 44WMM9Q44iM4 IP YOU want to learn 1 goo a Yaar by Mall X Â¬ WJKKiiftt MbtfUtJSAl and become a competent FB1PK fl A JNOi A HALDEMAN Boa Manager sob Fourth Avenue LOUISVILLE KENTUCKY gg TELEGRAPH - i I 0PERAT0RS--- Country LEXINGTON KY 1 Produce r BONT No 1 A 00000 YEAR fa FOR TKE iHBUSTRfOUS Hum want wrk tlint tlctisiuitiUHt iroltablc foiul tin j our itillttitltiiimttiiittlr Wcloivcluuo niut woiiiiii I iow to ram from 50I per tiny to inti jiff jour wltlttut luixliitf imti previous fNitrlt mliatul liiritMi HioviiinltiviniMitatwlilcJt tlit cm iiuiko Hiit amount Notliluir ilttUcuU to leant or Hint rotmlreit much Hint Tlio work in imih luulili ami lioiitirnble nntl can liuiloao iIiin liifltlaxtitrtt orfonliiK rlulit In umrowu looaN Uy ulierffr ou llto Tlio roxtill of n Itour work often IlpiiiU it mocUh avuc We hate tnujjlit ilioiiiimlt of tiotlt next1 unit till nge timl man luto Inhl tnuiulalloiiH that wilt Sotiio of tlio sinartit urly In Inn ilu ni ilelu men lit iliN coiintr toe tin lr iucct In life to tlio lui t Rlten litem uhllo in oar employ ytnr Von rtMitlvr inity do a well try It Yob nRo oMinot inll Noeiipiini mctsjan wefltyouout with oiiiitliiiir tlint M mililaml8tiro A iMiok liriuitul of tnlvloo U I no to all Help your el l urltliiR for It to day not to morrow Delay i me cottly y Thirty Veins lit llil Tho death of Harriet Sackott who lived near Smiths Mills ended a trance lmiu i unuu mnuo niiir life Thirty years ago she and her sister rf wi wo i Julia although suffering in noway went I OUT IS A IMTKVT f 1or Iioiiom orninn wrlto to to bed ami refused to rise again They ill l iV CO W1IO IHM In niMtlvftv vnir oxjiorluncoiii tlio imt f bun iosi Vmmunini were then young and no amount of coax tloimnrlvtlyoiitlrtiMitlnl A HiiihIIkkiU nf In lormttlon oiavriiniit llilem niut liow to ot ing could induce them to leave their bed titliutumiMiit froo Avtn cntnlOKiioor uieehiiii leal wnl fcitiitlito UwVn Mnt ttvo The mother cated for them but she died IniiMita Mkuii tiirotiKli Jtinin Ct reeolvo fiuvliit Motlenln tio He h ii tide Aiiiorlrnu niut A fterwanl other members of the family ttniH nru lirotmlit wUltilr betorwUm ptihllo with Â¬ to In timo Harriet out wttvU thu Invontor 1hl n joniild fitrt ho carried food to them Icsiiotl ttitfttmivlltitrntotlw bv iitur i nvoot rirtiuliitioii of mi MMunuiic work In tho became a hopoless paralytic About ronr mIio 1fr5 Ktlit monthly ooiiinnsent free nullillim iiM yor four years ago Julia one day astonished cjplosJriiit ion nwry tiumbtr rantnin fiUen tllnl lrtu lit rolor mm phoKniplM oflvtu IIoiimmIiih Koport tit 111- YVorK Kv her f i Sends by getting up ami hhe has lioiiw ith jilntis tltitbluitf imiliiitrM to uliow Tur tho tti luiK iiml diiiiro i nit Aililnwii AiirtiSTA KY July 10 lSM since acted as other persons Harriet uiost A f M1W YoitK rut lllillADWAT AUINN UJI Mr Editor Having completed tho was always cold no matter how hot tho canvass of your county in the interest of weather and usually slept under a mats AHOWAHl aTAMPKU Arro jix i v at -- Law the American Hiblo Society I thought of dressed sheepskins They novcr gave OAMITON KY that poihaps a synopsis of the work a reason for their odd conduct Canton might bo of inteioht to soma of the nuWill praotict in tho courts of Wolio ami tli Pa Special It is aljoiiiitj countits All Itiifinoss ciitrii tfil merous readers of Tin Ukuald W II Nelson who is in tho drug to ouroartMvill rotilvo prompt MUiition as follows 70 business at Kingvillo Mo has so much No days of sorvieo rendered S7fi confidence in Chamboilains Colic CholNo of miles traveled 875 era and Diarrluea Homed y that ho warNo of families visited DKAMti IN 181 rants every bottle and oilers to refund families without a hiblo No 1S7 tho money to any customer who is not No destitute familios supplied Hardware Iron and Steel Mr Nelson takes 00 satisfied after using it Other destitute indi v supplied LEXINGTON KY J 18 no risk in doing this becaiiso tho remedy Cash collected for Biblo canto H S 152 71 is a certain cure for tho diseases for Value of books from Am 10 10 which it is intended and ho knows it Freight and hauling books ittl 13 For salo by John M Hoo donated Valuoof books Livery Feed and Sale Stable Si 08 Value of books sold Lightning StilUtH Tuioo Ji 25 Value of books left over HAZEL GREEN KY J D AVickham a farmer of Arena desire to thank tho good people of wont into his barn on Friday to cscapo jHt nouble ami Slnj lo AVolfo county for tho many favors I have Ho was leaning against storm a thunder IUkh ami Sailillo Ilon received at their hands whilo I was in a post when the barn was 1artieH oiivty for litre struck by od to any point on rtuuou thoir midst Arory truly yours lightning When AVickham recovered t m nuiu toriiih C F lllAVKlIJf conciousuess ho was lying on tho barn 111 also attend to all calls for auc tritI w A horso kicked H S Sliafer of tho floor Ho fuialy got to his feet but be- Â¬ tioneering ami Millclt luisinobN of thin kind itUHptOtfllllv tf Frccmyor House Middlebuig N Y on fore he reached tho horses tho barn was JOHN U lMKUAlT tho knee which laid him up in bed and struck again When Wickhain came to caused tho kneo joint to become still A the second timo he was lying in ono of FOR friend recommended him to use Cham- - tho stalls by tho sido of ono of his horses borlnina Tain Bnltn which ho did timl which waa Htrotched on tho lloor as if in two days waa nblo to bo around Mr dead After a whilo Wickhain waa ablo Shftfor has reconnnended it to many to got up Ho mado liia way to fivo other OATVIlUl S XAnythliiic tliAtcnn lie others and Bays it ia oxcclllent for any stalls in each of which a horso was lying MINUThM with IlTlKItlIKVlS kind of ft brnlso or sprain Thia same prostrate Wickham supposed thoy woro KNVKIOll f ink Htm pHper ch HHt Hones remedy ia also famous for ita curea of all dead but thoy all revived HERALD OFFICE dale fa Special rheumatism For sale by John MKow nAdBu jmtmnt v -- ftheney for the last If yeats and believe him perfectly honorable in nil business transactions and financially able to carry out any obligation made by their firm AVest Truax Wholesale Druggists Toledo O Walding Kinnan Marvin AVholesalo Druggists Toledo 0 Halls Catarrh Cure is taken internally acting directly upon the blood and mu Piice 7fe cous surfaces of the system Sold by all Druggists Tes- per bottle timoniala free - M Hose rriLnwr uium rnDvnicuTc iwuut r 1 FORGET THE PLACE fv r Â¬ m Custom Eouso Elock KY Â¬ HAZKL aUKKX iiv K iettnaiiitTai W99mCW itf oikm 99 mm in m Eb 9 n i ALLEN Bos m - m m fimn mm i 420 CO mmmmmmmm AUGUSTA r E EV3AENE n BAKRICER Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ J rp ii iii Shooossom Io Oar tor Hi ok MILLER t Co t Importers nntl fobbors of SHcV w4 ra CViV OS AMID MOTIOrVlS b t w r LOU1SVILLK ICY in etvMfr 9M 1 i J H PIERATT 1atroiuiKO of the iiioiintaiii inorcliiintH most roHpootfiilly solultctl IDINGFEkPEK WWjOtkm jiT 9 1 JjRoIiinsoiilorfliGfl Importers and Jobbers ol y H m wlbarfxB a PUREST AND BEST LESS TH Ati HALF THlr PRICE- - OP OTHER BRANDS DRY GOODS AND NOTIONS Nos f37 030 nnd 51- 1r Weat Main Strcol HALVtSIOQUAmERM SOLD IN CANS ONLY O rtlMTIRG LOUISVILLE KY JU PHILLIPS WITH TUIIOK AMOH 1AVI8 -- WITH WKHT LIKKMBTY v KY ynHE tj W M KERR IOBBKR8 tfc CO Bettman Bros HAHUFAGTURERS WMt Tk m Sl Oo IN Hardware Agricultural Implmmits IUONTON O iwhmi ira OlMOOnrATt of KwUm KwiuoM wiptvnmm frl lUt CLOTHiil awofci S tJBit 3 a i if tin Ti 3 mn7 r TBtH KBKAI iE Thursday a young baby boy in her arms although was in full bloom for the grave whom theso bail bonds woro issued Upon inquiry they told mctliat he found and follows that with interviews it in a rail pile near the railroad the last with Kiloya patrons many of of March When taken homo it was almost frozen and could not cry It was whom paid him a foe of from fifty not more than an hourold when ho found cunts to 1 and others who prom Â¬ it Has all the appearance of a smart ised to pay but did not Tho legal child They call him Moses 1 will go HAZEL GREEN KY foo for issuing a bond in that city from hero to Illucflcld Pocahontas and other points along this line 20 1894 is 45 cents Enclose please find J for two yers subscription to Tn r HkuaiI Se d it to Wheat for Soptombor dol ivory TESTIMONIALS FOR THE HERALD Mrs Sarah Davidson Wittcus Mills sold in Chicago Monday at 52J cts What Oiu Morgan County 1rliinl Tliliik Va nml send one to Mrs llattie Dlank- of tliu IuiuIIiik Paper enship Doran Va Respectfully biiBhol whom ho isBiiod bail bonds Tho at J II Davidsons an undo of mine Transcript of that city publiahos a I wns surprised whon I saw his wife with list comprising 217 names for licrhcad July ami everybody even porsons woro Id Hod in a should take it wfoolc at Quoon City Toxns Mon Â¬ John MoUlain Jr says Tine IIkkam day on tho Toxasand Pacific ruil ia u number one paper ami every body should subscribe for it waad lr Jos WFugatewiys is u firtU elaxi paper Tin IlntAii ni J 1 i CHCpilCIISOU ii i MORGAN COUNTY Oranfty Clerk Grist Cutting grass is the order of the day Horn to the wife of W T Ward a W h AVI 1 VI I iPim TOil G STRAUS Loading Olotlriers CII Uil JU - V 11 v It Dr Samuel Davis a very prominent girl Willie Rose and wife of Wed river Tin All tho pottories at East Liver- Â¬ citizen of this county aaya is the beat local paper pub- visited relatives on Grassy Saturday and mpII- fm- - -pool Ohio aftor tho longest striho HkuaiI -- fc Ii Vfl WV w v J fwlished Ullllllll vor on in tho Ohio Valley hnvo 1 Miss Anna Koborson of Pleasant Kunj lliipp a conspicuous candidate 111 11 KFi ksCblJl UcoJ X7 HO USC 1U started up visited J 0 Havens and family Sunday for the ollieo of blicrifiuf Morgan county w TiiK liKitAin is the paper of and Monday sayj Â¬ Horr Dowo is tho ilvontor of a papeis Johnnie Darker and little sou Elmer M P Turner candidate for surveyor of Stillwater visited his father Henry iJUot proof coat that is said to be ami 1ms no opponent which peaku well Darker last Saturday and Sunday impenetrable Tho Gorman gov Â¬ for him says Tin Hiuam is a Several of the candidates spoke at this ernment howover has refused to splendid paper place last Thursday There was quite a adopt it W T Colvin deputy clerk of Morgan crowd attended the speaking and had Tin HkuaiI is out of good order except a little drinking county nays Col Ton B Null of tho Fannors sight Im always glad to bear from Hob Dennis of Omer was in this neighborhood last week on business and Jlomo Journal and presidontof the Hazel Green v William M Day an independent can we think he will take up the Carpenters JveMtucky Press Association is a for jailor in Morgan says trade soon as he talks in that direction Cfndidato for commissioner of ag didate Hriuii is the paper countyshould Kev A H Stamper ami others will Tin that icEculturo come to every home because it always begin a protracted meeting at the Old Grassy church near this place on Friday brings news of much interest Tho raco for congress in tho Sev Â¬ Elder J A Howard wiy Tm IIku before the first Sunday in September enth Kontucky district sooms to AiD is booming in Morgan county I and everybody is invited to attend Henry Darker has been employed to have narrowod down to Jireckin- - have no trouble to get men to subscribe teach at the Caskey school for it when near ridgoand Sottlo as thoro is strong its columns Iofcan get them to examine here He will begin teaching house July about important news talk of pulling Owons olY Hlh and wo think the tiustecs have lames Walsh and his two most accomAlso Mis plished laughters Fannie and Katie been wise in their selection Lulie ICash of your town began teaching Charles Wilfred Mowbry tho say Tin HmtvM is tho most newsy KEEP PERFECTTY STILL English anarchist miulo his first paper published in Eastern Kentucky at the Long school bouse Monday morn body will bo pleased when ing and all say Miss Lulie is a splendid and AND LISTEN TO US public appearance in this country they every it teacher read HCA-fon Monday Ifo addressed an au- - lion W 1J Lykins a prominent can Married at the rcidcnco of Frank mi Yon must have uoodsand we must have iionce of 500 at Clarendon Hull didateforcountyjudgeof Morgan county Lawson Dave Lawsou to Miss Emma money We u ill guarantee n miviii of to per eent to yon on every pur says Tm IIkuaid is a most newsy Gibson attendants Leo Kose and Lou ow York cliiive from us We Veil everything in Kcv Matt Adams ollic paper and is devoted to the good of the Alice Havens the Dry CSomN ami Notion line We in After ht Oupeth Uil Cloths ami Window The Loxington Press says the people in Eastern Kentucky and every alltedwere the ceremony was performed 1 Shades at invited in to dinner and the body should take it iUiLomont that Mr JJrockinridgo 11 E and J T Caudill the two twin table almost groaned beneath the weight CINCINNATI boon dropped from the Mnson- - brothers who married the two twin sisters of its burden of the good things of this has j Lexington mnl Mt Sterlinir prices not t t t c lougo 10 wnicn lie bolongs in the much accomplished daughters of ifi J 11 wish toexprcss their thanks in it We make Jents Clothing to or der at less than reatly imulu price We farmer of Mor- - w iUrrf- w to elegant manner tjiufc city is absolutely without Win Wells a give elegant guaranteed gun county says Tim Hi uam is a in which she waited on the table After ronndation dinner was served tho wedding party good paper and we enjoy reading it WARDS SWEDES Uev 8 J Adams a very prominent consisting of Lee lioso and Lou Alice To our eiistomers Debs having been badly downod Well ive you the candidate for jailer of Morgan county Havens Mary Hose Koenu Gitaon Dave ever got liest imhieemetits vimthis veaV to fyjz In his Amorican Railway Union and a man beloved by all who know Lawson and Mrs Emma Lawson spent to trade with us Trv it the rest of the day riding and all seemed I am acquainted with Tm triko is working with his assoc- Â¬ him says to enjoy themselves quite well iates in jail to organize a now soc- Â¬ HkuaiI and its most popular editor and it is a very good production in the Oindkukila r iety to bo called the Amorican La Â¬ iotoi newspaper line ami everybody is plea ed ISol involutions bor Union and inoludoall laborors with it J M Pieratt is in Mt Sterling on ELECTROPOISE J I Lacy u prominent candidate for business of whatover kind Two 3Ioutli Kent ylOO Miss Myrtle Wooleiy is visiting in constable in the third magisterial district A limited number of intruimnts will Two hundrod residents of Pond of Morgan county and whose official Harrison county be rented at this nominal price simply Elem Iiurtou who liaa been out west as an advertisement career has made him a host of irionds You can notaHnrd Crook Oklahoma have boon arrest Â¬ says J to miss this opportunity Tm IIkuaid is tho paper for awhile has returned It has never ed for train wrecking by seven dep Â¬ tho homo circle devoted to the circulalames Fugato will teach the school been made before and will not last long 3A M uty marshals backed up by a large tion of all important news and that it at Elat Gap and commenced last Mon- See adveitisement el ewhereICy Address DuDoisA Webb Louisville day force of Foderal soldiors The cit Â¬ should be in every home Arbury Drooks writing from Slade Elders J A Howard and James Fugato SPBest to ho hnd for tho money THE OLD DOMINION izens had propnrod for an attack Dowell county says You will ilease will preach at this place Sunday night Â¬ 1 -- 1 4 who carry a larger line of CLOTH IfiRa nionev than JNOr nnr3 on ilif PVfi A Watch free with every purchase of 5 or over - Â¬ -- Â¬ rim rf PRICES Â¬ well-to-d- o - Pl23f l SAW Sim tt 4MmW JWM I k-V ti m wHE dry m WWirs8ri f nrroN Propi -- izzza i WATGmS J4to15 Â¬ Â¬ EV KtS hf jyat H Sr fc H send mo Tin IIiiam to Slade Ky J have recently bad somo heavy am teaching here and haven good school arrived of 10S scholars J cant do without Tm J II 1ikuatt Under promiso to showers of rain which was badly needed Hiuau Tho now Central Christian church writo and givo you the news from the in this locality A new mail route- has been Mrs Levi Hale of Menifee county Loxington ono of tho finest long trip which I had in view when between ItiU place and Dan aestablished now post has our thanks for a poke of polo beans last saw you On tho 111 of July I church buildings in Kontucky was my home on Laeys creek to visit left olliee in Young Breathitt which she sent us by our friend WJ mv dedicated Sunday with imposing birth place and where the years of my A wedding is being talked of and it is Wallis Tuesday Tho dedicatory ad- Â¬ boyhood woro carlassly spent in old Vir- Â¬ said that thero is a NMokoil in it but oeromonies that is not enough money to induce- me POSITIONS GUARANTEED dress by Elder lv T Matthows the ginia On Tho fourth day aftor riding to give the particulars some fifty miles a day I landed at Doran uiuler reasonablo conditions Our IRRB pastor is said to hnvo boon ono of where my sister Mrs Hattio Dlankeu A letter just received from Elder J A cauloRuo will explain why wo can afford It 96 pano tho fineat pieces of oloquonco ovor ship lives Next day I visited Itich Howard states that he has closed a series Draughons Practical Business College delivorod from tho pulpit of that land and took dinner with J S Higgin of meetings in tho neighborhoods of Elk NASHVILLE TENN Writo for cataloKuo Book keeping Shorthand Penmanship and Tele- botham n brother in law of G D Swan- - Fork and Spaws creek The Christian city t Wo sporo tnonuy in tliu interest of 5raPQy go register of tho land olliee Mr Hig church at Elk Fork including officers uui iiiiiuyiuiiiiuupnnuieni man iiair tlio uusincss and all but a few members declared for LoUecustakoiriaa tuition 4 weeks Lyoiir method TT1 BSSiSkWiE teachiiiRbook keoplnRh equal to 2 weeks by tho D C Lislo brother of tho la ginbotham is U S commissioner which Christian union and voted teachers 600 students past year no against tho old plan ollieo ho holds through life ami is a Vo havo enter any niontod congressman Hon Marcus young widower of 41 just in tho bloom annual meeting being held at that place vacation iirupareti timo Cheap Uoaru adapted to luwuuuy uooks especially HOrVIE STUDY C Lislo has withdrawn from tho of youth and seemed to be very much as was heretofore arranged Thero was public speaking hero last Sent on CO lays trialVo payWrite us and explain your wants NH raco for tho nomination to succeed ploasod when I told him of such a nice S5 cash for nil va canclos as book kceperi teachers young widow that ofttimes walks the iiuuwiiy vy uiu uniuiuiiues ior tno var- Â¬ clorks etc reported to usstenotjraphcr wo fill same provided his brother and tho field is clear ious ollices of this county and politics is streets of Hazel Green and ho said for Judge W M Booknor Ho will Gosh dang if I live T will drop her a jist a bilin and vote swapping is on a How to half solo all boom some good lyutir inot uvhr uiinuiit 135 E Main St Custom House people are showing make a good running mato for lew lines and send her my picture1 Square mnl IJlast Koek witlimu rock lamp themselves in tho matter I would just ntrnt sent forlk forAddress A T bKWlS k Xiittlo Joo and in our humblo opin Â¬ Kichland is ono of the boom towns of is soon sell my voto outright as to be CO t uiiey Ivy theso valuable rouuipts LEXINGTON KY V oxtontions and bid faro tho N ion they will run so far ahead of n thriving city lint owing to tho for guilty of such dealing for when a man FOR Mr Hopkins that ho will havo financial condition of tho country recent votes against ono man in order to get Competent workmen in our watch closed repairing department help for his pot ho is sacrificing princi- Â¬ IVV to inquire whoro is ho at whon tho glass factory tubo works roller IU- l jSL ple and is being used instead of voting mills mining etc Nothing of anyentor tho polls oloso on Novombor Ids sentiments and a true patriotic citipribo is going on in this country Tqr n maupin Aftor CATVTOOUrS zen cannot allord to do it WITH Dluut ft day or two of rest started to fAnylliliiK tlmt can lo iliiiSiliSiii IMngistrato John Riloy of tho relatives and friends Iaccompaniedvisit with tfH Wido nwako by teachers tiiy of Lexington is charged with my sistorwhoiu I hud not seen for thir- Â¬ call at this oflico schoolpurchase a should 1mA iiiADS Ftux W1IOLKSALB DKV GOODS and supply HERALD OFFICE NOTIONS HOOTS SHOES Ac faking a foo from his prisoners for teen years On the second day I landed of monthly school reports foMy CATLETTSBURG KY on ono company of rogulars when T SNipluniHou Tolls About Ills Truvol in That State Tn- Tor Va July 12 - July 2i Wo W iSF IPs - 1 1 1 1 i 12X22vE Fred J Heintz manufacturing jewelkk w TxrimnMA ivAV iLAHi Â¬ Vn V f B H CARPENTER jl THE I A I H 4 t w -- wsv lr IHHF liiili 1 -- WfcawUU AWwlJht - totiiiii I JaLJIJHPKJWjiPlii i Iivw I iTiwiwfc mvd T ssaK - I - -- A - ci 3Ar - M aooui n qnrny -r- mlt-4r- vt ffTlW t IPWW V J EuiiUiiijwuj SPENDER COOPER whsecsrae For Shoriir the the ieoilv nt the polls in November 01 unvimnnnam Trustees of tho town of Hanoi Green should not niako fish of one and fowl if another in tho matter of stock running at largo on the streets nor do wo suppose they intend to but that seems to bo tho Kvery day hogs are seen upon the cafle streets and people complain that the law is not enforced as it should be They roa on that if they havo to keep up their hog tall others should bo required to do so which is certainly a logical conclu- Â¬ sion The whole thing is that the law should be enforced or annulled Editor 12 W SHORT STREET LEXINGTON jCWItogulrir Monls 25 conts Meals to ordor nt nil hours 10 n m to 0 p m Suppor from 5 to 0 p m Kinrojatjsir KY Breakfast from 5 to 0 a m Dinner from AON in n H1 CnillltV Mlhtftcandidate for will sherltl Wolfo only In ISM of vOysters Lamb Fries Fish and Chicken a Specialty for a little moro than a week Tho peo Â¬ ple all seem to be deeply interested and much good is being accomplished The church is being renewed and awakened Souls are being saved Some are attach ing thencelvcs to the church Fiom the indications a new era has dawned upon our town Tho time has come in our opinion when morality and religion nio to predominate and vice and immorality are to give way under their blessed in fluences The meeting still continues Â¬ Â¬ fflBBBSS X m fa Sift You should road cvory articlo on onoj ot llin ninllt onnnx Ill Uu naijub iuu win una an uio T- TTj Lira things it contains i Oood local mows that way Hi I I jvyJ J pw HAZEL o o e Judge II V Pay of Mt Sterling Judge J C LykiiM of Campton and Thos T Cope of Jack on wero hero Tun IIjhaio is nil homo print now this week taking depositions in tho case and only a year of Fioldini Quisinberrys heirs against Ioeph Chenault and others now pend Mra John il Piorutt of this place ha ing in the Wolfo circuit court The been sick for snme tune action involves the ownership of about ltollie Roh of Wi st Liberty was in 1S00 acres of land in Wolfe and Powell town on buihtieos Tuuxluy counties Winchester Sun Mra Jane Oldflehl of Grassy is report Â¬ ed on the sick lut 1 Â¬ GREEN OT o -- rsigJl ACADEMY 1894 95 40 00 10 00 J 00 35 B as SV j in i Sttl SESSION JfW HRST TERM A BEGINS MONDAY SEPTEMBER 3 XI Avis Lou City loi nls Maon Pugh moved advertisement of Frd J Ileintz the nianufaci urine jeweler of improving Hose Brothers are painting their new llo is the gentleman wh C E Ijueey has rained his position Lexington made the medals recently awarded at tl o store house with W T Caskey and will go to farmcountry ham Head tho new Wantiu at t thin olliee a few nio 10 cent a pound eimh in town last week William Wells is visiting in town Mrs Mniioy is scarce but our town is still complete Faculty that is in sympathy with the educational Interests of hasteru Kentucky Studies in all departments of school work carried tin KxiMNstM rou Twkntv Wkkks Matriculation t 00 Hoard Â¬ ing W P Campbell on Monday last so1d to II F Piorait his lino jersey cow and calf for 80 A man by the name of Mean was Â¬ killed by lightning near Kothwell sta tion hibt Saturday Miss Floreiee Qoieksall is teaching theDaysboro school and had about forty scholars in attendance Henry Helton will teacli the Oil hippie school in Morgan county and will open for business next Monday Mis Joe Stqheiiand daughter Lillie of Mt Sterling came in Sunday to iVit relatives here for a week or o Tom OhljiehU of Uriv creek acci dentally shot himself through the hand Tuesday while handling a loaded pistol Â¬ Vo will have two more new dwellings academy and all who deal with him can erected soon be assured of his reliabilitv Joh DoBusk of Hazel Green was in John Will Taulbte opened the public town on business Friday school nt this place on Monday and some Born July 10th to the wife of Clay Kentucky Hose a boy also on the 19th to the wife sixty scholars showed up at the opening o If parents or guardians hnve dnaulitsrs thev want to nut In a first oluRH Wiley Centers a girl Miss Minnie Day has accepted jho por of first Krade school thoy should write us for particulars before arranging to fra C Henry L Taulbee aid sister Mary - r k Nlllll MSlHMlll l Illll IlllllIUI Vmillfr 111111 llllll Vllllllfr Uflllllttl fill fllimtf tion of assistant teacher and assumed Belle of Taulbee Bnathitt county half what it would cost iu the Uluciass We will compare with any of Ci I I 7 Sl 7 e iii mi viuuiuguu i jnii uuiiimn her duties on Moudav w Kentucky was in town Sunday lur i S J Wilson sold Frank Lacey a farm Elder J A Howard has our thanks c near U M Wilson on the State Jtoad tor thitty one new subscribers this week fork ot Bed river last week Wo guess O CK5 3 If other agents and friends of Tin nrit Frank bought the farm for a little gill IM AM would do half as well we would that came July 19th to live at his house ar 2fc soon be able to put in an engine and Frank and his wifo will give her a name Laura Wilson died Sunday evening print by steam about seven oclock She was a daughter She died The friends of Flovd Div will regret of K M and Emeline Iladdix hear that that gentleman is now quite singing My heavenly home is bright to saying I want you all to KY And the baby and fair ill of flux at Clay City She leaves an inmeet mo in heiiVon has fever Mr Pay had a very severe fant child a father mother and husband This school outers upon its fifth year in Soptombor nnd it is bo spell of flux at this place a few years besides many other relatives and friends lioved that no othor school in the state if in tho entire south hns mot to mourn her loss And with such remarkable success in so short a tinio Tho whole socrot since Â¬ Music por lesion One half payable in advance Deduction for idukness protracted two weeks or more l roe scholarships to one pupil from each of twenty counties Knroll the lirt day and apply yourself and you will join with all In Hay ing Hard Green Academy is the best and cheapest school In Kastcrn Tuition Washini X- 1 i- - I wm ju tJUijLr AxuncxTrais ai vSJJXzZi pS -- KENTUCKY TRAINING SCHOOL vi Â¬ MT STERLING fr nillinoiu OltiiiiliiK John B Davis left Monday for West G W llaulsey had a fine cow and Virginia to work on the stonework of a steer killed by lightning a few days since forty four head of hog- fiom Neii Swet new courthouse which will take the best James M Ely had a horse to runaway nam They will weigh from 7o to 200 He contem- iu a sled the other day but the horse part of a year to complete pounds plates moving his family about Septem- was not hurt Pimples boils and other humors of the ber Our school began Monday with L C liable to break out in the warm Graham as teacher Ho is a good teacher blood are T JjcStepheuson who has been on a and has taught hero before weather Prevent it by taking Hoods protracted visit to relatives and friends Tho sad news conies to us this morning Sarsaparilla in Virginia returned home on Monday of the death of Mrs Andrew Wilson neo Register 0 P Swango who has been Elsewhere wo publish a letter from him Laura lladdix which is a shocking thought to all of her relatives and friends visiting relations and friends here since written while he was in Virginia She leaves a husband who are many the Campton convention left Sunday W W Fyvie representing Sanford and young babe to mourn her loss fur Frankfort Uncm llrMUs Varncr Co clothiers of Portsmouth teaching the Ohio was here Monday and Tuesday Mrs Nannie Kash began I havo been Editor of HikaM Johnson school on Lncey creek with a line line of samples for tho in Â¬ preaching on Spaws creek Long branch Irank Monday with about forty scholars to spection of our merchants and Elk fork and havo had in tho last answer to the roll call unity J T Day and wife who wero detained week 7o additions to christian booms Prof W H Cord writing from We at Winchester on account of tho illness Baptized IS And the good work Kindly of their little grand daughter Mr and I will preach with James Fugate at Ezel donia in Mason county says He does not say Mrs MoLins child returned home Tues on the 5th Sunday night iu this mouth remember us to all All are cordially invited day The child is better uhen he will come home George M Gibson of Alt Sterling Arbury Brooks is teaching school in Tho primary election for county officers Powell county and current report say in Moigan county will take place on Sat well known here as a drummer for Cart r there are 10S scholars enrolled in the cen urday the day after tomorrow and the Bros ec Co at one time died Tuesday political cauldron is said to be boiling moi ning of consumption sus report of his district The candidates for county offices in Charley Giwiey of the Calaboose at a white hot heat neighborhood who worked with John II Elder J T Pieratt will preach at Morgan county spoke at West Liberty day at Uose at blacksmithing and wagon making Goodwins chapel next Sunday morning Monday it being county court place at 10110 and at o oclock in the after- that laat year N again with him H C Hord ot tin- - plaie has the noon The many friends of Mrs Dr Taulheo thanks of the editor and his better- - tor which we tdiall tear in re will regret to learn that she has been a lino live pig quite ill for a week or nioio membcrance of his kindness Pierattand Swango on Tuesday - bought Â¬ Â¬ lies in tho fact that- EACH BOY IS TRAINED ACCORDING TO HIS NEEDS I nnd trainod by ono of the best Faculties in tho stnto JfiW YOU OWE YOUR BOY AN EDUCATION Why not givo him THE BEST You can educate your boy but once therefore do it right Bonrdingr pupils under the iinmodiuto supervision of tho Superintondont uml Faculty MILITARY DISCIPLINE Send for elegant catalogue 1 Major C W FOWLER Superintendent State College of Kentucky Opens SEPTEMBER 10th 1894 Agricultural Scientific Biological Civil Engineering M chanical Engineering otonnary Classical Normal School Coim appointees received tree ot tuition Board m dormitories 225 week in private families tyJJOO to Jfl For catalogues apply to JAS K PATTERSON Ph D President follows Thirty Professors nnd Instructors Eight Courses of Study flHK Jetk Â¬ lexinctonTky KY m Â¬ Â¬ CALDWELL COLLEGE Two Iollejjo and II S degrees Courses Iu Latin DANVILLE FOR irJi YOUNG WOMEN ifco leading to A II Greek Math Modern Languages Thirty liifth year ojiciih sept 12 1MU Address i a IAMrisiiM jrcHiueiu T 1 1 Â¬ MYY Ta Tl Hi T Km I T 1 1 l ll vtnr IU l s ukiiowleilgiMl to 1m tho hcBt local published in Kentucky Suhherllie now and securu lMr all the good things it will eoutaiu this year onv iwpffrrtiw ACADEMY OF THE VISITATION K -4-Y- OUWG Miss Nannie Hold and V II DeHiisk WOLFE COUNTY place have each secured a school o this Campton Gurrciioy in Lee county and incidentally wo learn Ivcv Frank Creech has been assisting Â¬ that they will begin on Monday Aug in the protiactod meeting heie ust 0 The linger portion of tho common enfeebled state schools in this section commenced Mon Â¬ Dandruff ix duo to an day morning of the -- kin J lulls 1 lair Kenewor quick Mrs Roll Mauker of May town who ens the nutritive functions of tho skin was visiting relatives in town for a few healing and preventing the formation of days past returned to her homo Monday dand ru Iei tie little daughter of T F Stampc the young has been very sick for two or three das Curtis Quieksull is teaching with something like croup idea to shoot at the Walters school T K Tutt Sr and daughter Rosaline school houso above Lee City and opened have been visiting friends and relatives Monday with a huge attendance for the in town for tho past week and attending the meeting N first day It has been ollicialy anounccd by tho Hurt Nevelle who joined tho Tools state superintendent that the per capita Bros nt this place left their show at this year will only bo S Tfl Tho mak lip of the smaller districts to l pic Paintsville a fow days since and came ing pupils will reduce tho per capita in this Dr hero for medical ti eminent under While this is county to about 270 good as was expected by some John A Tlulbee not as good as could reasonably havo who has boeii in tho yet it is as Grant uiey been expected owing to the vast reduc poucst for a year or so has accepted a tion in tho amount of taxable property Sc Co of this in the state II F Pieratt sition with Ins John Tutt anl Clarcnco Littlo wero place where ho will bo glad to boo tried and held over to circuit court a many friends few davs ago on tho charge of ho rue steal vis ng They wero charged with having Miss Cora McGuire who has been McThev were ion ivnflv Fulks horse iting hor grandmothor Mis Fvolino fjuml riling him toward TorroiU station relatives Guire of St Helens and other It is night as wo aro informal county returned in tho be developed as to what their inand friends in Leo yet to tentions wore Mrs Martha Dull wifo homo Saturday of Samulo Duffis very ill at this writing Â¬ Her reOwing toan unexpected and unprec- and has been for several days inco covery is doubtful in subscriptions edented increase were put to tevs N G Bobinson nnd David May tho first forms of this paper our ex of Nicholas county Kentucky havo been send dress wo this week have to holding a series of meetings at this placo changes half sheet Â¬ 11 Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ on LADIESVhito Sulphur - lilt sj llflitv Carrie Orone King Ky This institution under tho direction of Youiio the Sisters of the Visitation II V M is lt uated iu a healthy and beautiful local ty of now at tho head of Colleges tho w fill know a Dluo Glass Region This school Here the pupils enjoy tho eomfota ol for Young Ladies in Kentucky oilers the hest advantages to parents winning to edu home far removed Irani tho dihtraetionri of a city and can consequently with greater cate their daughters well Comfortable rooms good fare and tlio best facility avail themselves of tho advantages allorded of a thorough education of teaching Prices moderate IV ram reac liable Music Cravon and For catalogues or information write to fainting extra House is heated by Htcniu apparatus For further particulars address REV C POPE President MIlXKIISmllU KY Slstors of the Visitation B V M 1127 rou girls mm Mt Admirrtlio3 Â¬ Save the Children By Purifying Thoir Blood Hoods Snrsapnrllla Makes Pure BlofJ curc3 Scrofula Etc JAY-EYE-S- EE MIL TO ifwraMMHm and tear open the boon very cttVctivo My rritlo jlrl II o years old had for oar ye s a bad akin disease Her nrinn and limbs would break out la a mass ol Mri dlsclmrni yidlow matter Slio would scratch tho erupt Ions M ihounh It bivq rulmi Hores Mycxpeilenco with Hoods nrsnpnrllli hai of Juyiyo Hoc Kacltie UfuyH Aticr trying 5 every know a remedy 1 roiiuxcd n largo liuncfi S of two ycurrt ctunuin Iioia a U ycur old Illiy S tW ihrca applicutlouj of J I CAHK flllelcorv Grnvo Kwrm Imma m Two Bottlos of Hoods Sarkparllla caused tlio eruptions to heal nnd and tho scabs pealed off nfter which tho shin becatno soft and smooth As n family muulduo M47Zri1i4HTRitlSlAnC mi I iiWHhitiiaaiailiill Â¬ Â¬ HOODS Sarsapatiila 1 ra xk is ijEm fells BrcsdME Sf ir UV1 CURES 185 167 Race Street CINCINNATI iR bo yfib -- Itln tho bout preparation I Imvaavor used or heard S of 1 heartily recommend It to ull llunoiuati Wchava hundred of tuch testimonial Prte81ff0 per bottle AnlcyourdruirxlHtforlttrial If ho Ootm nut krcp ItHunU ua isv muai ii or nil vor for box CO IVhltchall N Y IV B N1Y flfl V0 tiellevo Hoods Snrsaparllla lias no equal Rial I recommend It W I Kino Ulna DaloTex O soqUo and effective Hoods Pills ro tho best family cathartic Try a box SSeeuU Tho lendinc houeo for FANCY DRY GOODS FURNISHINfi GOODS nnd NOTIONS Ahvarys havo Big Drivoe Sixwiftl atteutioo to Mail Ordora t- - 1iZjzi -- - c 1 D MM and pas law for tho bonoflt of all tho people Stop toadying to the whlmi or foreign country or oven Jtotnedy for colds cough and tho Editor want of any IPENOEK COOPER any clasH of our own people and you will common disorder of the tin oat and lungs Ajern Clierr mil see a healthy reaction set In that will idea and voisul rmjiiiiuetidcdbj the piolei soon destroy this socialistic fllon It break up tho phlegm anarchism now existing bore and drlvo Hootlies Iiillainiiiiition allay painful out tho Idea that whero thoro is a mil HjmptoinM and Induce repoHO in lionaire thoro has been OWflflil people bronchitis and pneumonia it afford Injured but inaugurato tho sentiment speedy relief and Is unrhalcd as a that whero by honest Industry a mall has prompt and ctTectlvo accumulated 1000000 ho has boneillted 090090 men by adding to their smaller in croup sore throat and the sudden HON D S QODSEY accumulations Wo must ever uphold pulmonary diseases to which joung children aro so liable tho fundamental principle of this HtiKKtloiiM for tho tiulvii 3lHkrn a right to accumulate Ayrrs Cherry Pectoral ha Inula tho t lion of tho Ciiuutr knowledge without wonderful clTeet In ciirhiK my brutlu rs In tho opinion of ono of itn linmblo property and acquire children of a severe and dancreiis coltl cltUonn whllo tliiH opinion commcmlH 1 nr liintlrftiicR from tiny source whatIt was truly astonishing how speedily tlioy found relief mid were cured after JUclf to tho thinking pcopio of tlilR over Kespcctfully Inking this preparation Miss A uiifttd D S flonsrY country on Account of tho healthy Idena NMoun Fountain Minn contained It in not tho ahwduto law of wioon inn tho Inml nnd Ih therefore not coercive Tho Weekly Courier Journal has an at all only BtigRcstlvo nounced another of It popular guessing trado hill contests taking tho temperature at Lou1 Putm an absoluta frco thereby abolishing all custom houica and isville during the month of August as rriiattilliy lr JCAjit Co Iovrll Mn their ofllclalp wiving many thousand to tho basis One thousand dollars In cash Prompt to to euro In lieu of tho revenue will bo given free as present to the new tho people raised on Imports have a graduated or old renewing subscribers who guess lucomo tax Hay of 1 per cent on Income tho hottest day at Louisville during of 1000 to 2500 from 2500 to 5 August and give tho closest guess to tho 000 2 per cent and ho on up till you highest temperature the weather bureau reach 10 per cent in tho muno propor thermometer will reach on that day The tion What thiH tux in connection with subscription pricoof tho Weekly Courier- Kuch guess must our present Internal revenuo laekH of Journal a year of bo accompanied by one yearly subscripraising revenuo to meet the oxpunttcH tho government lot thoro bo a Hcoiiho tion No newspaper published in the iiuil tax levied for tho purpoHO and tho United States has been so liberal to Its wealth of tho country will bo niiulo to subscribers or has oifered such liberal bear tho burden iuHtead of tho incomo prize to securo now subscriber a the of tho poor aH now paid in dutlen on Courler Journul During tho past 18 import months it has given away in presents 2 In addition to tho rigid enforcement absolutely free 17100 in money not to of tho oxiating law of immigration wo mention such premium article as sewing want ji law passed to oxcludo tho illiter machine watches guns etc Thin in nto and unoccupied foreigner which spite of tho business depression that is would sorvo greatly to quiet in a few felt as much more in newspaper oilices year tho element of unrest and discord than in any other business Tho eekly to tho liniuls of any hut roliuhlo now oxiHtlng among u Courier Journal has just announced the 8 Wo vunta froocolnngo bill coining lucky guessers in its May rainfall con- Â¬ pooplo whon you aro looking for Wo nro tho largest all tho gold and silver bullion mined in test There wero 222 of theso guessers OIOTHlNa 10 to In distributed over tho state of Alabama house in Central Kontueky and thlH country at a ratio of addition to this wo want enough money Arkansas Kentucky Texas Tennessee make a specialty of 700 and 10 Issued by tho government directly to Mississippi Indiana Virginia Missouri amount to 50 per capita in tho United Louisiana Illinois Iowa Ohio LVnnsyl Suits With every suit for Men StutOH tho roHiilt of which would bo to vania Indian Territory wo give a guaranteed lever move- Â¬ Nebraska i certain extent to lower or depreciate Michigan South Carolina South Dakota ment tlusl proof WATCH ANTD tho valuo of money which under exist West Virginia New York California CHAIN kkkk White Hall Jng circumstance i too dear and cor Â¬ Florida Washington and Oklahoma No CO COX respondingly raise tho valuo of property hotter indicator of the circulation of the LICXIXCiTON KY calising a loturu of confidence by the Weekly Couiier Journal could bo had which does not exist than thiH list Sample copies of the people in properly now If any one Hhould be so curious us paper with full details and blanks may VICTOR BOGAGRT to raiso tho question of how I would not he had by sending a request on a postal this monoy in circulation for his benetlt cnid Addics Weekly Courier Journal JBWeiB J would inaugurato a system of internal Loulsvlllo Ivy Contest closes July U improvements that tho like had never 17 IC Short Struct Clin TIioni TIiIiik U Trim oxiHted hero before ovoi ban ling and re- of our county we IV tho good name LUXINCiTON KY rebuilding our navy to cany on the hope the following which wo find in the commerce upon the high seas Winchester Democrat is not true Or Increased looking and damming overy navigable that our officer at least do their duty DiamoncU Watohos and Jowolry Htreaiu in the United States building up Some of tho cowardly scoundrels that Roliablo Goods Fair DonlliiK ami Iovooh dredging the streams laying oil infeut somo of tho mountain counties llottom Prluos All Goods unci Work tho Mtates in mote court districts build to Gmmmtoud aio adopting a new mode of waifnro ing towns postolllce buildings for sumo obtain icvengo for fancied wrongs The ote Also I would bo suro to pass a papers throughout that section have Horvlco pension law to every soldier made mention of a number of cases IU1 Talk about not getting tho money in cir whero stock has been shot and killed or 1IAZKI UUKKN KY culation It is only one of the sumo kind badly crippled One farmer in Wolfe of objections that wo hear oifered by county had a yoke of oxen and a horse Ih lie only llrtu In llio town wliioli lutu those who are no friends to tho common killed by these mlscieant the past week dies tho utly eeliliratiil people of thin country that foreign pow A singular feature of tho alfalr is that i ers will loso faith in our credit To all the partie doing this work are known llOIII till WllllkNIlIu llOIINt of Much canting hypoerlls we would say hut the proper ollieers me making no that tho despondency and lethatgy now effort to arrest and hi lug them to jusprevailing would bo shaken oil by one or tice The good people of the mountain POUTSMOUTll OHIO two years of active trado and business should take tho sumo prompt measure to fcO Whnn von want tho IlKST loot wear prosperity biought about by lively trade suppies these dastaidly wietehesu they Xivo li in u dtdl milly nnJ higher prices which is tho main have done in tho matter of other crimispring of action and essential to the nals OMIJS 1IOUSH OAMITOX KY prosperity of all government by stop irulV DiitiH lor IX1U plug depressions suieidos failures bank J It HOldON InoiitiKTou Tho following aro tho date of moot ruptcies etc They would vanish with Tho initroiiiivo of tho tiiiviiliii thoir prophetic disaster like mist before lugs of ICeutueky fairs this year a far iuhloN iTHHHitfiilly tkolitlUid Tnhlo tho bust ami sun and in tho great jubilee as heard from tho morning ovory iittoiiiioii t thu wniiCori ofyiKNtH days Danvillo Aug I that would follow they would bo forgot Maysvlllo Aug 1 l day ten forever A FIOYO IIYUI day Nichnlasvillo Aug I Pass u bill laying a heavy tax on Canipton Ky Kmluenco Aug S I days tho tiso of electricity for tho purpose of ATTORNKY-AT-IAA- V day Uulontown Aug 1 running street cars any way if not more AhstnictN of tltlo fnrnUhoil oollco Vorsiilllo Aug l l I days tloiiH iiiiulu mid prompt column LMiunintimil It would not bo much out of place If it days Columbia Aug 21 CoiiiuiiUul with tho law llrin of ooilt Day was laid ho high that it would amount to Ml Sturlhuj Ky In rlvll iiiutioc Winchester Aug 210 days prohibition and lot the farmer furnish day Shelby ville Aug 21 T O JOHNSON J It HWANOO tho mules to run them It may be f days Lexington Aug 25 IIiikoI Sruon Ciinitoii nomo time before wo tco all these thing Madlsonvllle Aug as I day lOUXSON SWANGO become law but there is nothing that Franklin Aug 2y I day ATTOKNJOYS would have u gieatur tendency to bring DAYS Will jmiitlco in tho Wolfo HAZl Hi UU513N SKIT Iounty ami idr prosperity and cause tho great labor agi day ColluitioiiN piomplly iniulo cult ooiirt Uowltng Orcen fept tation to cease and when tho common mid ahstraots of tltlo tiirnUhuil on hhoit Ilanlstown Hept I r day not loo pooplo dooldo to come together to change f day Paris Sopt will do it or hotter their condition they D MOORE Vaducah Kept 11 0 day Jfow lu n passing way I have only ro Klizabethtowu Sept 111 day forrod to theso things s bolng a part of BEN WILLIAMSON CO Homo Cuvo Sept IS 1 day tho nocossnry legislation needed to bring day Sharpsburg Sept 181 c bout a reaotion ami huvo thl vopubllo tlay Owonsboro Out by Inwatlml OATLKnnUKCI KY from going to pieces causod day Gormnntown Oct fiolo agcuoy for South ltoml PIowh bo dofonded by any just man cxnuot Paponi tlmt nro now publishing thia Capital and labor ro Insoporablo mid list will confer a favor by inserting tho QK J P LOOKIIAKT should be no HiitsgoniHiu existing date of our fair And dluturbmicea be thiin t6Mt thorn only ttmla to dwtroy both - Aycrn Hir VJgor rIvwi vlUllty gloH TWy miMt go bawd In hand both up- nnd frMhuitt to the lmlr and nwtorw its ty ZEL KY OUW lAl 1M Q W wor TK 3BCEJH A3UD Typ RPQT 1 yOntHF WMEL tril StmelFireEitiiii AND m Â¬ SAVE YOUR HOUSE CHEAP SIMPLE RELIABLE HANDY Insurance may cover actual loss of goods burned but it does not pav for time and trade lost while re establishing PRKVKNT TIIK F1UK WITH A STKMPKL business Emergency Medicine lw of 1 vr Â¬ Â¬ AVERS Cherry Pectoral act suro tfar SPENCER COOPER Morgan Countios jfWOnll Hazol Groon Ky agont for Wolfo and ami son tho Iiitllo Wonder - YXVAUfZB Best Set of Teeth sA AHB 900 UtonH JaH 3Ca lrscd for Filling nnd Kxtraeting Wit ho lit Pain or JangerWi r 1 1 Ill Â¬ Vitalized Air Administered 50 cents 25 cents Teeth Extracted Over Opera ILouao LKXIXOTON IvV ilirvssl JStar 7mirAfo SY Xtr OoSf Trk Burial ite Manager R H HODGEN D D S ALL WOHIv CirAUANTKKl Begin He Year Carpets Curtains Rugs 1 let vour liihl entry he a resolution not to buy until you have seen us for Ht 1 Oil Cloths Mattings GRAVES You will run no chance Things are what llioy seem There will he no disappointments in store for vou V Mm DIM Wok - w- HUGH HICKS MANAOKK I 517 iT Uromlway KNINCTON KY tf EcL iSv E m CMmiMJLJU DKAIKK IX J John Rose HARDWARE 0 UEEHSWARE TINWARE And a Full Lino of Agricultural Imploments Aliteliell Wjiti ons Owensboro letonniek Hinlors cTvepairs kept Wnons Mowers Mini Whileleys Sulid Stetl Hinders and Mowers in stock for MeConuielv Wliiteley uiid Â¬ Boots and Shoes Oo Champion Mjiehiuery ranker and Avery and Malta Double Shovel Plows Tier Hay Hakes Â¬ O P Tracy 1 Â¬ Â¬ c The Best and Cheapest Cook Stoves and Ranges on the Market dueonsware at Cut Throat Prices MANTELS AND GRATES The dinners Friend laysvilo Street All Sterling Â¬ ED MITCHELL North Ky As it is Springtime of course everyone will want to clean house and must ha vo Â¬ 71 10 1 A Now Carpet or Matting Window Shades or House Furnishing Goods edroom Suits Cheap Hedstead Hockers Pianos Organs Bureaus Tables Mattress and everything that you can find in a tirst class Kurnittire House Vto have tho lav gest lino of Carpets in Eastern Kentuckv mwl is tho latest and at rook bottom prices Uo suro to call and sooms nt MASONIC TEMPLE 1 i- Â¬ ln lt ATLAW biiih as 1 f 25 31 Hardware Cutlery am row tkr Mt Sterling Ky MT STERLING KY iMi4l r mwm KH juiiuaj i itwtn axrrrrn mrxxmtv TRIMBLE BROTHERS tub it V aftsi M4BAiBAlIIMk teJMOrt l I -- W WmlmllimBtBf jry w vmjn - JIC4 Sr t i jB KJIB I i f i T t - I - 1 f gj iiniiiiw awwwwiw tHSK-rf--vii- ir Y wswtv i Tm TKjk ihmc i 2S53 RlC-tlARDALcoLA-JoffNi- d PV tfe I 5 pPYRIOHT IGOaDY rfDUPPINCoTJCPMPANYi Tk J- - fi MlAinKU IX roSTiNUKi with a soreness whloh he eoulduotand NKhdrinvinjf her hand from his would not try to explain to him she solf Ho had not asked about what passod between hor and Wlloy j but hor continued avoiding of any mention of his name and an oc Mt nM mi treaty nmBwt loolto llinmirlin slight npon casional cloud on her face had boon li w in the irnnlen troubling hint It was perhaps well drawing hr uyes andfoiHvtluiiir will that ho hail not earlier known all that Invi c J a occurred during her visit because the Oh Cullunl Cullen revelation might have hindered the Hy tho Unit hue could roach tho resignation with which ho was moot- Â¬ ing death As It was ho hoard with houso Wlloy ami Hannah woro there Oh Sister lulla cried Hannah rod calmness the eonfession which she as any ohorry whon Julia put a parcel could not withhold Weak In some re I didnt know you woro In hor hand spects she had a wholesome fear of jrohilC to jfot toso jiioo tiling for wrong doing and now she felt that learoo lloll b run mad with delight she could not endure to go without hts forgiveness for what If ho had known at thom It when In health might have exasper Â¬ Im fflad they please you Hannah Cohl as It waa Hannah accepted tho ated him to deadly resentment against assurance with whatever pleasure his brother It was not until then my dearest thoro Is whoh distract tng joinotlons paramount among whloh is four are Cullen she said that I saw tho dan ger of the planning my poor weak assorting tholr own That night tho Invalid in tho vain foolish mind had conceived to bring search for sloop turned many a time about some sort of proposal from on her bed Vet to her what sleep was Wlloy that might load to a fair settle vouchsa fed was more rest ftil t han what ment between you and htm a thing know Sister Julia desired as little eaino to hor guest who whon which lod knows did not isloep dreamed and when awake eagerly as I did vlshod that she was lying by hor litis and could not respond in tho smallest nanda side Next morning Mrs Amor degree to his fooling so much stronger son appeared not to note tho perturbed than I had believed I did not toll htm state of mind in which Hannah after so In words keeping I before my eyes breakfast made herself ready to leave in spite of the shame felt tho end nor tho easting down of her eyes whon had In view Hut on my bed that night called upon my Maker to witness my hor husband su ggost lug another early resolution that such as that should visit bade horgooibby never bo again Thoughts of you and - T would loodby Sister lulia IVarco and added pity for poor sister have enjoyed my visit more but for kopTmo awake almost tho livelong bill for being uneasy about Cullen and night Her delicate instinct or somelcnroe thing she noticed in my manner or lood by Hannah od bless you looks made her seem rather less oor Singular the power In some women tho rest of my stay and to assume a cheerfulness they do not uiit during she did not ask me to come whon I loft fool The Creator seems to have given them this faculty as a moans of de again Oh Cullen Cullon hor knees Throwing herself upon fense against tho consequences of she covered with her hands her burnwrong doings such as men may coming face During hor story his lips mit if not with impunity with Inlllc quivered several times lie now said1 Hon of punishment too slight to bo Hannah got up and sit In tho much feared or oared for chair whore can see your face As I didnt ooino back last nlgjitr- She obeyed and looked with shud alien I lenow you are not surprised dering fear down upon him to see mo so soon this morning It and sister are Hannah when seems to mo that I must have dreamed out of the way If brother should pro slept tho whole night pose to marry you how whenever about you and Iearco Instantly she rose on her counte Im glad you stayed darling I nance an expression of mingled anger and Iearco woro as lonesome as could horror and despair Placing hor hand 10 but ho went to sleep by sundown upon hor bosom she looked at her hus and I before nine oclock You look band as If he had pierced hor with a ludlove the visit has done dagger which was searching for every llrst rato I dont know whon you good Ive recess In her heart Then lifting both Keen you look so rosy arms high above hor head she cried Do I Im glad to hoar it Sister O my Jod you know that from the Julia was as good to mo as she could llrst day when my husband was laid bo tired and worn out as she seemed upon this bod of sickness my constant last night and this morning She got prayer has been to lift up from It this some nice presents for Ioaroo Hut I light of my life and put me In his must put olT these things and got my placet And now you lot my thoughts everyday ones be turned away from him to another During the rest of tho day though man who of all I know and all I responsive what time ho was in tho ever did know is the most odious to houso to hor husbands caresses she my heart O you terrible lod If you He wont let mo die wont you wont you seemed agitated and disturbed did not remark upon those things at- Â¬ take some pity for what you see Is upon tributing thom to temporary pain moV which ho knew she felt from thoughts Shu stood panting looking upon hor of the dllTeront conditions of living at husband as tf ho was one from another tho two houses Not once did she world who had come to judge her Sad mention Wileys name Pleased with as tho smile was never one more this forbearance he was more than even his wont demonstrative of his affection Ah for Iearco now going on VK in his fourth year the serious wonder with whloh ho alternately put his hands toward and drew them baek from tio presents just now come from tho groat city made his mother draw him to hor breast and shed tears all of whose meaning was not quite under atood oven by herself Â¬ 1 Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ 1 1 1 1 IÂ¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ 1 Â¬ 1 Â¬ 1 Â¬ Â¬ 1 Â¬ I WUoflbohavlor In the oircmnxtanccA was m riooiMtl rut ho could nmho it No doubt of his bnlng nc nalHr Bhoclced by the unexpected end of hU brother who had gone out of life believing that ho Always at the front In design had not been dealt with fairly yet tho style and quality of our qulolconlng of his own sense dCoraon al Koeurtly ffnvo vhnt consolation ho nooilod To Kovoral persona ho inti- Â¬ mated bin intention to do for his faml ly thing which in CullonMltfetlmo had i not seemed prnctloHblo Not a few renmuinbly good ehuroh member ad TUBULAR STEEL MOWER mlttod to have boon struck by tho tin expected soft words whloh Wiley spoke with latest improvements we call of his lato brother The forebodings about his wife Inno attention of farmers to their great long time wore justified Most benign strength durability and light is that one of the way of Divine Provi- Â¬ dence wherein Ho loads those whom draft Ho Is to take soon to Himself to the desire of doing some special good that Our sales show that they are may follow thom hito theoternal woyjhl unexcelled Send for Catalogue HAY RAKE The prospect of a judgment where every Idle word Is to be counted makes WALTER WOOD MOWING AND REAPING MACHINE CO a dying woman more often than a dy ing man tool like forgetting or exten uating all evil doings except her own Things tu her husband whloh used to distress hor to exasperation did ho no longer If she had loved htm more rattier if the love indulged for a brief period had not been tiiMilted and driven out of hor being the coming of this condition might have been niorodttll -WW srryrBmi VJIggigtr l a lTVTrHJltW MT lJ I ata VNfWtTtWM cult As It was the only concern for him she felt wasthat he might bo saved N from the ruin which she foresaw In the ENCLOSED GEAR REAPER HARVESTER AND BINDER path ho was following Towards Han Â¬ nah she did not Indulge a fooling of personal roHontmont nor would If she Seo KyM Mt had boon In robust health Dissociated In every liber of hor heart from Wiley Amorson she only pitted Hannah as she pitied other poor women who woro in the habit of selling themselves to he compassion begun at tho dehim tection of Hannahs weakness had For the hracllt of the IiuIIon fo llarel OrotMi and violatty I have opened a OKNKUAf deepened more and more and now ITKXISIIINM IH STDHKiit mv icntd ace la lintel been and will eiurv a com since Cu liens death she hoped she saw plcte line of thu following iiithlr which will he nohl at the bOWKST lHlCKS vIr Ulllu II I a way by which Hannah and Wiley Iiulic MalN Ladles Olovox HIn Ihiilcnvciii Handkorohlofti Unl Trimming HlhlinuN ltulleHTallou Cmllg Iron might atone for all past wrongdoings Wlinln HonoK IhnnriiiK lnlnin When she could no longer rise from wooion DriM UOOlH Wluilcdlono CiinIiikis IiikIiiiuin lnw Slk Iiieos hliiek ami white her bod hor husband spent most of the MnflinM White in Ao InotN KnthrohlcilcM Ladles NllnpciH UootU time In the house and with hor broth DroHK KhlchU niutn VcilliiuN InfantNTiipii Utinleto line erJlohlery er and her widowed sister rendered Drew TrhiunluKi KliiKtlc etc etc IhahrolhtH Towel every possible service Occasional Buy Your Hats ol Mo anil Got Them Trimmod Froo ol Ohnrao words of comforting came from his My Mock will embrace every article of LikIIoh wear In tho lntcl ulylo Junt from tl mouth whtch woro answered with I will iiIno do JUK calm thanks Solllsh earthy of the oltv iin well km many other notion too ntimcronn to mention MAlvlNd and will cut and make dromcx to salt the linnbtlme pilccH Ucid Nynlntn of earth as he was he pitted hor for whom Mitllni hv the llitriiltnxton Cutting Mitchlne whtch won nwiinled IliHt premium at thu ho was obliged to feel much respect Worlds rulr M CrMlHN KArltA llAWMNdH of Covington K well and favora- Â¬ and tho thought that soon ho must see bly known to the IiuIIcnoI thU vicinity will he my iiNidNtaiit Your trade In respectfully Very rcNpeotfiilly her face no more touched him with solicited and MilUfiiotton guiiitiuteod some feelings of sincere sympathy Ho Mrs FRED DAY was not wicked enough to admit great joy at the going away of one between whom and himself what nlVoot Ion had bcon was long gone and In that pres ence of death his conscience that nev Â¬ er had boon sensitive troubled him no ivvri little while thinking of disappointi If W ments now past remedy which he had IKuJWWW wrought Ills changed attitude com Â¬ forted her much and she began to In- Â¬ dulge hope of good to him to come after Iter own death from hia more T1 1JoHt nml M0ST MTjIAJUjE Agency f satisfactory homo conditions oneuay in Mnstcru Kentucky Kates llonHOimblo whispering to the others around her thatHho wished to speak with him In private when those had withdrawn she ASSETS OVER said LOSSES poorKiv Wn iTvT dobllf I- aWmrJqaE MSB ti w fetal fer WALTER 1894 A WOO MOWERS HAY RAKES M 3 REAPERS and BINDERS k Â¬ Â¬ fej I T Li i Trt tP W W REED Sterling for prices 1 Â¬ f ttia i 1 1 tatini Vlu vir Â¬ Â¬ dlrlrKfif A1firS LIFE tt Â¬ 1IX amwmii Assmmm FIRE JMfflL Vjyf ACCIDENT Mr Amorson 3M f Mw A - talk with you I hope you will understand my feelings In what I am going to say My belief since Cullons deatli him boon that after my own and after what will seem a becoming lapse of time you and she will marry eiich other and what Ive boon vuntlngjimfcuy about It Is this It Is not only myRvlsh for It to bo so but It Is my sidoinn belief that It will bo the only moans of reconciling the troubles ovoryour brothers estate I have thought inuoli very much about It and felt It my duty to lot you both know my views and my feelings And I want them made known in the community so that people will have no cause to remark on any Impropriety of earnestly It or Its taking place as counsel with little delay Thatn what I had to say to you She looked at htm with as much calmness as If never a tie of any sort had boon between them The shame whloh so long had boon dormant In his being came forth making htm shrink before those dying eyes When ho had somewhat recovered he said Why Jullal why how can you talk a Mil Â¬ 1 want to Have some it Ih about Hannah I PAID 26000000 27500000 Address A JIOFFiMAl Clay City National CLAY CITY KY ML Sterling Ky Thoro are with which tho weak pernor ionerally han to contend Womc roLMilarly conrninioM IiIh atrongth Onpital 50000 but utten payn for what it taken Wouky llghtn tho oatnllu at thu other KI0YI DAY J 1 COX end and never paya at all Caidiicr IrcHhhmt Dihkahi tloH It Ih IhiikIh and doprivcHhlm No Itiiiik In KiiHtern Kentucky linn heller of power of reliance vaultH nor hotter hiolllthm for keeping your Mitnngeit entirely hv home people Who can number the thniiHimdH uetmunt who know yon and who are always ready to iiccominoiliito yon to lout on reasonable rate Cull on iin flail ENEMIES THREE K -- 41 0VE11C0MEBY Winctiesiei WINCIIKSTKH N II BanK KY For yonr wo Imvo fottjjht theNU eoiiminierHof llfo with IIIqh own weapon tho air wo hrontho ntHilti Htrongor for tho combat by tho Hid ami nklll of inodorn hcIoiico Our HiIh in lull ty trio COMPOUND OXYGEN rcNtoron Htrongth qtilotH tho norvcH Mtttl expolH tlUeitHCH Proof that will convlnco nil whoreiwo Ih ollurod froo to all who nutter Bond uh your itddromi ii WITHKHHlOON lrentdent I 11 lIUNTKIt Ciuiltlor CUAPTKIt X A - - IV complaint Its all right natulan ho wild when In answer to a pointed Inquiry put to Ids physician tho latter replied that tho casu was hopeless She fell upon her knees at his bed- Â¬ side and with affection ohlld ltko as It always had boon wept bitterly Tho outpouring consoled him much for an apprehension vague as it was hud boon In ltU mind for Homo tlmo pant Keep thy heart with all diligence for out of It are said this preacher After htm tho the Issues of life With God the Lord psalmist sang Un Â¬ belong tho Issues from death to tho full comprehension of equal such words yet trusting in their ill vino Inspiration we accept thom as Thomas a Kempls counseled regarding the sayings of the ancients not to despise them for they were not It seemed uttered without a cause Ktrango and not very reconcilable with tho Ideas even of ploun people for Cullen Amorson to be struck down In tho midst of a young manhood so happy and manful and apparently so vigorous Yet tho same pious people Mild they had not a doubt but what It was all for the best and Cullen himself from tho beginning to tho end of his sickness spoko not one word of Â¬ Â¬ believe you thought so poorly of me Hannah Why Lord help mol I cant talk and I cant bear to hear you talk about my marrying with Hannah or anybody else Why not Mr Amorson she asked In a tone cold as hor cold hand Hccause because its a thing I cant oven think about and Ive no Idea that such a thought wiih ever In Bltn FKII UPON 1IKII IMKKW AT 1118 HIDIC IUC1 to mo In that way I didnt I couldnt Paid up Capital 20000000 Surplus 0000000 Thin Hank moIIoUn the noeoiintu of mep ohantH furmuM trailer and ImihIiicah men 1020 Arch 120 generally tliroitgliotit Knvturii Kentucky and olVern Ih ouMoiiiuri every facility nan thu moid liberal tornm within the limit of legitliimtu hanking ootlHly DIIS STAUICKY PALI3N St lhlladolphln Pa Suitor St San Frniiolico Out A 4 Hannahs mind Hood Lord Jullal rR Count ii Nationa Bank MAIN STREET fro an contikoko WINCHESTER KY A iriMUicitl dollcloiiHly Hweot had bcon upon his face Come hero Hannah She let hor hand lie In hln that had opened to receive It Never never ho Hald woro you so dear to me Kiss mo unto death was so appalling to Julia that hor few frlonda believed that It would rapidly hasten her own death Yet her grief wiih subdued by thoughts that ho would bo saved tho misery of what she suspected to bo coining his domestic ruin When they told hor ho was dead she only ualdi Why shouldnt Mr Ooodsoul JOHN W llKANTroili1oiii make a nice husband for our daughter 11 F ClllTIS Ciuiltlor Husband Wont do Hes a misera bly paid wage earning producer Capital 5200000 SurplUH 100000 Well how about Mr Klndhoart Ho wont do either He a poor Undivided Profits 35000 Two days afterwards with his head money spending consumer Iliiuij The only other ono ho caret upon hor bosom ho died OrKnalxod tfidn IioIiik llio ihlext hank In i the county Cidleotlon mado on all point for Ih Mr Hardhead litmlaekN nolhiltud CHAlTKIt XL Hell do Hom a middleman N and your Tho first newH that Cullon wan nlolc Y Weekly Wlmi Â¬ Kmiittr Mm cm Cftvent nnd Trnila Mnrka otitikltie1 imd all uimmoiiR roniiucteii nir iwoMmit Our OMoi It OppoiHs USPattnt MMf nnd we cna necure tmleat lu Imi tlms ttaui IMM reuuito froia WftihliiKton Heaii model dmwltitf or nhoto with 4eMrte tloa Wo attvlRe If jmlenUtilo or mrt fre f cimrBO Our fon not duo till anient U WMWMHI A Pamfihlil How to Otitidn IatvaM wUk imwoiiirBctuui client layiatrMUU MMiyr Fl tU T V CASNOWOO ObboiU mil buuv lien nuuiNi J1- - PalMl OKNWatMotlMlt - JAMES HOTEL Ih tho fluent puro white BoOleaii Fourth Htroot near Main soap over introduced here It In bettor CINCINNATI 0 than Catihmcro Iloquot for the toilet superior to Ivory for fluo laundry mid WKIIICuiHiHONH MHtiHgem Mf ahead of 8iollo for tho kitchen Ono cake 10a 2 for loo 1 for JOu Sold at iTH Tlie imtrnnnio of Wolfo ami Morgnn thin olllco only cotuitlun aollcltud f ST- HOTEL LELAND Lexington K It JlllOOKH lronletMr u l ft- 4Mr Now IlalhlliiKl Cna hhi Klwtrlt L Kleotrlo Kluvatorl UeatiHhrygkMi rll WftJ Hot Water jMrltutPi ftttoo builiiBM center ami depot Cwi md me K lteapeetfully K0OJU ar k lv - W jeVjrta k AiJk - - - tmv xHn IM 4 Hi P- - to MM - - -- - k -- Mm H K - 1 11 ttt flfTtt HI HI KH gittSigs8ctoME8g3 or AtHtlUAi EXHIBITION n i i m ilSfllMB SB i -- i tf ill f T I I f f AHAl W HQVIII i Ml y I M mu EWnMafm BBIHH flMVf wflVl vl diniarafl h mEd An H H fiMMi PaIH M H0MI InlliPii rHliMvvBl 19 I IV W7 H H I B UnS IM Hi HBIMfGI M H1BS WJy PHPli WH 2EH wJPH B ITtaM M Hi El tin H H M m pwl HB 1 MAM JL ml WW HKiliiUlW ilaa iiia wP TrW f V lifts ftfiil Kj ILJI B A w H A nJ3 im I M WILL BE HELD ON THEIR GROUNDS HAZEL GREEN KY I ffYl mi v September 4th 5th 6th and 7th JUJ DMgjLUL Mill I rn 1894- - II T II III I lllirr n 11 jjjj gffl A ttfcj Kj 32 Jv SmISIK Mi i un Ay ES rnv llCll M Boat Liunb IM11 FIRST DAY M ip JM gJ J 2 lM Ill - m Pl WMWWWMWWMWWWIWarlMfWmWWWMMWM 111 I Ml Morning 50 50 50 50 50 50 w-v Boat Cuke Host -- I V r- - m 10 00 Best Horse Colt 0 to 1st 4 to 2d Best Maro Colt 0 to 1st 4 to 2d 10 CO 2 Best Buck an ago or brood Best Maro 1 year and under 2 0 to 1st 4 to 2d 10 00 2 Boat Ewo any ago or brood Best Maro 2 years ami under 8 0 to 1st 4 to 2d 10 00 2 Largest and best Cabbage 4 dozen heads BohL Male Hog any ago Best Horso I year and under 2 0 to 1st 4 to 2d 10 00 2 Largest and host Biots dozoiiiroiuls Most Fonmlo Hog any ago Best Horso 2 years and under 3 0 to 1st 4 to 2d 10 00 2 Host Specimen Produco from ono farm Boat Pair Pigs piggod in J 801 Best Gentleman Rider 10 0 to 1st 4 to 2d w Largest and host Gourd Best Stoor Calf under 12 montliH old 10 Best Lady Rider 0 to 1st 4 to 2d 5 00 0t Green Bonus bushel Boat IJoifor Calf under 12 months old Walk first half milo trot paco or rack second and 00 Nicest Calico Quilt Boat Bull Calf i mrdor 12 months old run third Purso 40 20 to 1st 12 to 2d S to 3d Boat Bull any ago 0 to 1att 1 to 2nd v i w tfFFASTKST TitoTTKH Horso Maro or Golding Sweopstakos for all ages fivo to fill and throo to start 5 00 your and under 2 1500 7 to 1st 5 to 2d 8 to 3rd Bost Hoifor from I yr to 2 yrs old 10 00 Half mile heats bost 2 in 3 5 to fill 3 to start THIRD DAY Afternoon Boat Cow any age 0 to 1st A to 2d r 00 Fastest Tkottkk Maro or Golding Purso 1 to 2 years old 100 Bost Pair Cattlo from Foot Race 10 0 to 1st 4 to 2d 200 yards Milo boats bost two j 00 50 to 1st 30 to 2d and 20 to 3d Best Pair Cattlo from 2 to 8 yenrs old Fastest Trotting Mulo in harness 30 15 to 1st 10 r 00 in throe fivo to till and throo to start All trotting Beat Pair Cattlo any ago to 2d 5 to 3d Half mile heats best two in throo fivo jJfiflTAll ontrioa for foronoon of each day must bo races must bo in harness Pony Rack For horses M hands and urdor Purso to fill and throo to start mado by 9 oclock a niTTmul by 1 p m for afternoon Fek fou all Tkot Horso Maro or Gelding any ago 25 12 to 1st S to 2d 5 to 3rd Ono milo boats bost oxhibits This rule will bu strictly adhorod to Purso 200 100 to 1st 00 to 2d 40 to 3d Milo boats two in throo live to fill and throo to start Kntrnnco fooaas follows towit bost throo in fivo fivo to fill and three to start L00 500 50 On pttrso of 250 On pursu of SECOND DAY Morning Mulo Race 15 7 to 1st 5 to 2d 3 to 3d Half mi lo K 200 1500 150 1000 boats bost two in three ivo to fill and threo to start K 25 Bost it 5500 and most Maro Mule Colt 0 to 1st to 2d 10 00 2000 250 IJJQbci 500 Host and finest Horso 10 00 8000 875 un FOURTH DAY 050 Host Mule 1 yr old and under 2 Morning 7500 1Q 00 5000 G25 20000 2500 Host Mulo 2yrold and under 3 10 00 10000 1250 Best Maro or Gelding any ago 0 to 1st 4 to 2d 10 00 u be Bost Mule any age 10 00 fiT All Floral TIall exhibits froo Entriiw must Bost Pair Mules any ago proporty of ono man 10 00 Host Jack any ago 10 00 mado by 4 p m of first day Trot Threo years and undor 4 50 25 to 1st 15 to Host Ilarnoss Stallion any ago 10 to 1st 5 to 2d 15 00 FIRST DAY Afternoon 2d 10 to 3d Ono mile boats best two in throo ivo to Host Maro or Golding 15 00 fill and threo to start FLORAL ITALL EXHIBITS Host Saddlo Stallion 15 00 Slow Raco Change Riders Horso Maro or Goldinc 15 00 flTAll products must bo of oxhi hi tors own raising Host Brood Maro and colt 2 00 froo to all 15 7 to 1st 5 to 2d 3 to 3rd Host Stallion and of his colts Largest and bost Irish Potatoes Jliushol Half milo 15 00 2 00 two in threo fivo to fill throo lo start boats bost buahol Largest and boat Swoot Potatoos SECOND DAY Afternoon 2 00 Fastost Trotting Mulo under saddlo 15 7 to 1st 5 Largest and boat Tomatos I dozen to 2d 3 to 3d Half milo boats best two in throo ivo r uu Bost Saddlo Maro or Gelding stylo and onduranoo Largost and boat Onuma bushol 2 0u considored 0 to 1st 4 to 2nd 10 00 to fill and threo to start J Largest and boat Ears Corn bushol 2 00 Free For All Pace Purso 100 50 to 1st 80 to 2d Largest and best WJieat i bushol FOURTH DAY Afternoon 2 00 and 20 lo 3rd Milo heats best two in throo five to fill Largest and boat Oats 2 1 lids cutoff at topjoiiU 2 00 and throo to start Fastost Pacer 200 100 to 1st 00 to 2d 40 to 3d Lamost and bost Applos i bushol 2 00 Trot 2 yoar old and undor 8 Purso 80 15 to 1st Milo boats two in threo fivo to Largost and bost 0 rapes dozon bunches ill and Threo to start 2 00 10 to 2d and 5 to 3d Half milo boats bost two in throo Froo for all Trot Largest and- bost Vatormolon 40 Half milo heats bost two in 2 00 fivo to fill and throo to start throe fivo to fill and throo to start Lnnrost and bost Miiskmolon or Cantaloup t O f - uu Mulo Raco Purso 15 7 to 1st 5 to 2il nmi iw tn 5tit vw Running Raco froo for all 50 25 to 1st 15 to 2d Lamest iiud bost Pumpkin or SquaslI 2 00 Half milo heats bost two in threo 1 pound ivo to ill and threo 10 to 8d Half milo boats of Buttor not loss than Boat Cako bost threo in fivo fivo to fill No mulo will bo oligiblo to any raco that has and threo 2 001 to start lo start Handsomest pioco Patchwork 2 00 won first money at threo succeeding fairs at this or Mulo Race 15 Fanciest pioco Ruillini and Tucking Half milo heals bost two in three - OOnny other 1 vo to fill and throo Handsomest Pillow Shams to start Fruit Cako Host Loaf Light Hread Boat Jar Ilonoy Comb Host Sugar Cane A dozon stalks - A j 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 5 2 2 2 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 1 THIRD DAY Morning -- m I ri -1 1 - 1 if 4 1 - U A ln mmmmtvm 1 Competition Open Only to the Mountains re A KASH Sec H swasEAiegasS F PlfcKAi i ires tpMva-actBT - B - w J r5iYvvtStSt til KrZimmmmZll 1 m jBHUj M Utf