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VW hl tym nWwmmw i vv i y W spencer Hazel Green Herat ji Established March 4 1885 and Mndo Famous in tho Colobrated Story of Ofn NUy Wnrlil With wh Jul 5cs sf pi jj w Jfd i 5q w Jonnthnn and His Continent by Max OJRoll COOPER Owner and Editor Vrdm All Nation LumVrliif nt HI Itnok 100 A YEAR Always In Ativan TEXTII YEAH HAZEL GREEN WOLFE COUNTY KY THURSDAY AUGUST 2 1894 part ol the hands Roberts nnd I got into dispute and ho gathered a rook I struck him on the arm with my hoe to knock the rock out of his hand and then ran home I looked back and saw Roberts coining nnd l got my gnu and en mo baok into my ynrd When they came to my yard I ordered them to como no further but they cnino rushing on into my yard Roberts said to me nG d d ii you Ill kill you or die When ho began to thus threaten mo I cocked my gun nnd In backing through the briers it acci dentally fired Roberts knocked mo down nbout the time tho gun fired nnd If his striking me didnt make the gun fire I dont know what did I did not know I had hit any one till Spencer hollowed You have shot the wrong man And I told him If I ft NUMBER 19 Gllley is Mr Win Crtiey but 1 have never heard of his truth nnd veracity when wjurn onth being questioned Fikldhn Cox I think I nm acquainted with thogenernl moral reputation of both John Gllley and James Edwards whkk a bad Cross Exnmlnatlon In regard to truth and veraolty I know nothing about either of them and never heard anyone say anthlng nbout it Eiustus IluooKS I am acquainted with tho truth and veraolty of James Edward which is not very good Cross Examination I never heard any thing concerning his truth nnd veracity when upon oath sVj JsL P jSj3 Wlion you conic to Loxinaton drop in and sec us and wc will show you tho biggest stock of AF jCSulr WAS IT ACCIDENTAL MORGAN SPENCER SHOT DY JAMES EWARDS WITH A RIFLE QUN Wlilto Trylnpr to AVrutli n fqr I MERCHAHTSJOBWLOT -- Specially reported for Tin IlKUAlD Lust Saturday while working tho rond on Gillmore crook this county n trouble jirosc between some of the road hands and ended in seriously wounding an in nocent man n miw who was trying to You will make more than your expenses hough ii make pence lonoph Roberts tho com you come in person and make your selections missioner of that road and dames Ed Â¬ wards got into trouble about tho latter ONE making up for hh lost timo on the road M KAUFMAN CO and as ono witness states Joe Roberts 54 E Main Street LEXINGTON KY drew a rock which begun tho fighting and when it ended one quarter of a mile away from that place Morgan Sponcera well respected citizen of that neighbor hood had received a gun shot wound WHOLESALE ONLY which may prove fatal The ball took 137 139 Ohio effect in the right side of his breast and came out at his backbone Edwards was giTrryi1 arrested Saturday and his examining trial was held Monday by Judge J A Taul Hig Drives hee Following is tho testimony of tho witnesses in the case Mokoax SlKKCKlt The dilliculty oc j25SpikI for our Prico Lishjfijj curred about one quarter of a mile from Ed s wards house where wo were at work on the road James Edwards struck Joe Roberts twice with a hoc and then ran for home G Roberts started after him with a hoe and 1 told Thomas Taulbee to run and stop RobSample 10c Wholesome Pure Hat no lupcrior erts for if he should overtake Edwards he JM time AUcpro lot time would him Taulbee and Hats and Furnishings for Men and Boys Wholesale and Retail you ever saw If you cant come write to us and tell us what you want Mens Suits from 5 up Protect Hint From tho of loo UobrtK ivttluucu At tho KxHittltilng Trial Â¬ Boys Suits from 125 up Â¬ Â¬ PRICE CLOTHING HOUSE HOUSE ww and Race Street Cincinnati injsa n f 1 lAKERCnTBMQH POWIFR mmm OiAKrnOiTV Baking Iownitu In of nil weve found tho best Absolutely pure unil wholiwme Omit Claims a pluco above tho rest o f With ten pennies get n Biunqrie Of your Grocer an- - y day IIo your pennies will rc pny l If it is not wit is fao tlon Omit vo uuibi w 3 i un 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naiiwrn a us LEXINGTON KY ccneral bank ng business done Givo your bank toWyoua niniuivbook imy iivuu Cost to oomplote any prescribed l vtiieu in i u lnn tin ura i course vtutix reasonable TiioMrsON Cash business A KKVELATION is inmlo to the pupil in Book keening Hanking Shorthand Type Third Itauo uiul Union Sts writing lelegraphy Peunianhhip Cnuiuior eial Law Arithmetic Grammar Spelling CINCINNATI 0 and Husiness Correspondence ai taught by vour oin Niv ASI INTKItKSTINO plan oi ACT Wc curry tho rooiU tjjiit will wiltST VAL IIUSIKKSS IHAClICK wkd milv in Mlk nn nut nriPOX TO lh LU l OlUCOIiMXJK beiore which the old then given to mail orders Special attention retieul copyrighted texl book copying sys tem MtKTgO POSITIONS for its pupils are made n Hiiecliilty in this school which promises to the Commercial World thu highest type of IT STERLING KY eiticieut business men and women SPAUANTKKD to be as represented or Capital 20O00o7 Sitiulus 30000 mo ne v refunded HKWAKB orsehools which do not do this Suud for beautiful illustrated Catalogue T Af Prdilent G L KIUkVaTUICIv AirI0Ms0N CMlcri free full particulars call at tho college or For 11 Â¬ Etc - V y had shot him J wouldnt have done it for acquainted with James Edwards reputation the world We were perfectly friendly nnd where ho lives now but when he lived elose 1 thought a great deal of him I was about to mo I found nothing against htm 10 yards from the house when tho gun fired Speaking by tho nttornoys begnn at to which place they had run me and 1 had 222 p in after which tho court found possession of tho yard and garden the defendant guilty of tho charges con- Â¬ Cross Examination went up tho hill to tained in the warrant and assessed bond tile right of the house nbout 50 yards from nt 300 Tho defendant wont to jail in the path lending from where the trouble be gan to my house If Spencer said any default of bail to await the September thing to me I didnt hear it Ho did not term of circuit court at which tlmo ho say Put down tho gun or give It to me nnd will bo further dealt with according to I will stop Roberts Neither did I sav to law Judge Levi Kash represented tho Spencer G d d u you Ill kill you defendant nnd County Attornoy Lykinn Roberts struck mu three times with tho hoe and Rolliii A Kash esq appeared for nnd knocked mo down After ho hit me the commonwealth first I ran nbout 30 or 40 yards before he hit J R niiliUflK me tho second time I wns running from portera A R CitiHUP Jr them when the gun fired and was not look A DIZGRACEFUL AFFAIR I do not remember ing at either of them i whether they were to my right loll or be Ku Kliix Unlit h Solmol Ti csten nt NlIit hind mo when the gun fired I was excited mill Shoot nt Hint In Ills Iloniu and running from tliem to keep from hurt On Saturday night in tho Stillwater ing them or getting hurt They did not make any halt when I ordered them to not come neighborhood of this county thcro oc- Â¬ curred an event that is n disgrace to any hurt one or two otl any further but continued their pursuit lifers started After they passed me I was afraid ter me Spencer made no ellort towards civilized community and resulting over they would not catch him and 1 ran after hurting me and my only fears was Roberts tho selection of a teacher for that district John Giiiky I was close to the house it is doubly disgraceful him I passed Roberts before he got to Ed About thu 0th wards house About the time I passed Rob- when the trouble took place Edwards of July us wo are informed tho trustees erts James Edwards came out of his house came running and his wilo asked him what of that particular school district met W with his gun and told us to come no further was tho matter and ho said what but J Rose and Elijah Rose only two of the and we cheeked up I told Edwards to put when the question wns repented he said three being present and selected Mis down the gun or give it to mo and I would nothing Spencer and Roberts passed mo Swango as teaciier It is further not let Roberts hurt him At that time he in their pursuit I heard Edwards tell Rob Ida erts to come no further I saw Roberts strik stated that the law wns complied with hud the gun presented at Roberts I told him to not shoot itnd he turned the gun on ing at Edwards and heard the gun fire in every particular and a complcto rec- Â¬ I told Roberts ord of the proceedings mndo but on tho me and fired tho ball taking effect in the but do not know who shot to ntop this trouble anil ho said Shut your same day ono of tho trustees W Jtose right side of my breast G d d u mouth Roberts said to Ed went to Cainpton and resigned hid ofllco Thomas TaiMikk Tho dilliculty begun d d u you we are going where we were working the road about one wards Stop G Another mnu was immediately appointed to kill you and Spencer said nothing Afquarter of a mile from Edwards house Ed to fill tho vacancy and hound tho ono not wards struck Roberts twice with the hoc ter the shooting was done Edwards ran down acting in tho solection of Miss Swango and ran home Roberts started after him towards me and Roberts followed and selected Granvillo Roso as teacher A with a hoe and Morgan Spencer told me to knocked him down just us ho was getting a resultachool opened with both tenchenv close to me run and stop Roberts for if he should catch there being ono in either end of tho Cross Examination Edwards is my Edwards he would hurt him I and one or IIo was about 10 yards from tho house and thus matters continued until two others started When we had passed I On Saturday night tho Spencer he started after Roberts too and house when first saw Roberta ami Spencer Friday ovening the latter being in front I was close enough home of tho original trustee for MUk passed Roberts before ho reached Edwards house About the time he passed Hoberts to henr everything that was said for they Swango was raided and as ho had tha James Edwards came out with his gun and came within less than 10 steps of me and I rccords in possession tho supposition in told them to not come any further and we did not hear Spencer say Put up thu gnu that their destruction wns tho object cheeked up Spencer told Edwards to put and Ill stop tho trouble nor did Edwards Tho following affidavit Bpeaks for itsolf r n you Ill shoot you down tho gun or give it to him and he would say G d d Statu oi Kentucky ow 11achakiGimky I was in the ynrd K stop Roberts At that time lie had the gun Cqunty or WouK J M presented at Roberts nnd Spencer told him when James Edwards came home and he i Tho iifllaut Elijah O Roso states to not shoot Then he chanced the lmiii went in got his gun and ordered Roberts to that on thu night of July 28 IS he but ho continued coming was at homo with his family and that G d stay outside from Roberts onto Spencer and said i d n you Ill shoot you lie fired and Morgan Spencer was the only ono with Rob ai anoui tuu uotir oi eioveu oclock in tlie the ball penetrated the right side of his erts and Roberts was after Edwards striking night John lowis Rrcck Lewis and G at him with the blade of the hoe 1 did not H Roso cnino to his houso armed and breast Joskimi Rohkiith We were working see him knock Edwards down One of them broke into his houso and shot two shoots the road and a difficulty arose between Jus had a pistol in his hand but 1 dont know in tho house and shot through tho tloorrVijU Edwards and myself IIo struck inn with a which ono it was They run htm about ton mm in uiu uuur luuing una inrcaicucu If m kill nfliant and alarmed him and hls hoe and ran for home about one quarter of or twelve steps from the house before the family and thev all woroactinir in concert a mile away I followed him but when we gun fired I heard Spencer say that ho wns and together and that he was hurt across started he was just a few steps before me begging for peace and that Edwards had tho forehead dtiriutr tho timo said shoot and when he got there I was about 100 yards shot tho wrong man ing was dono by said parties and htf I met him coming around the believes that said hurt on thcsJvrbKeftdJ behind Cross Examination I inn u i muse with the gun and he told me to not of Jniues Edwards nlnula and niaku mv was dono by n pistol ball Elijah O ItoeK come any further and 1 stopped a little homo nt John Gllloys When Edwnrds Subscribed and sworn to by Elijah while I thought he was intending to shoot cnino out of the house Roberts nnd Spencer and I made for the gun I had a hoc In my were nt the yard going forward Roberts Roso before me this 29th day of July hand and went with the purpose of giving started at Edwardc striking at him with a 1801 V O A Taumiek P him a thrashing if 1 met him on the way hoe Spencer was in less thuii fl steps of On Sunday Mr Roso camo here nnd but I dont know what I would have used me nnd I didnt henr him say anything subscribed to thu abovo and on Monday in fighting him Spencer camu to stop the except that he was for pence I dont know row never know of any trouble between that Roberts knocked Edwnrds down but I bupt Horton deposed Miss Swango the James Edwards and Morgan Spencer and saw Edwards down and Roberts standing would bo teacher Roao having in thus under arrer as far as I know Edwards and I were the over him with the boo drawn Spencer was meantimo been placed Tuesday morning Thos O Johnson esq only ones armed with deadly wenpons Ed in but a few steps of Roberts when shot wards was from 0 to 10 feet from Spencer John Giiiky recalled by defcndontHw Miss Swangos attornoy armed with th nnd I lacked 2 or 3 steps of being on a di attorney After Edwards had gone 75 or 80 records left for Frankfort to place th rect llio from Spencer to Roberts when Ed yards from the plnco of shooting Roberts matter before Statu Supt Thompson but wards presented the gun at me Then he presented a pistol nt him and snapped it with what result wo have not boon in- Â¬ changed tho gun from me onto my brother two or three times nnd Spencer said Dont formed and fired the ball taking effect in his right do that let him nlone nnd when I wont to All with whom wo havo talked say side Spencer and Roberts are half broth- where Spence lay Roberts still had the m inn owungo whs too lawillliy MIVQIMJ I pistol in his bund ers but arc here designated as brother Johkimi RoiiiliTH recalled by common teacher and many of them severely qhw think my brother would have been shot In I wns not in lesi than 10 feet of doinn Supt Horton for his action in tk the left side if he had not moved After tho wealth shooting Edwards ran nbout one hundred Edwnrds when tho shooting was done nnd matter j yards and I followed him nnd knocked him had gone nbout 100 yards before I hit him Later Sinco the above was pn iv1 Thomns Taulbee recalled by common typo wo learn down with the hoe and my brother Robert that Win J Itow om Joe Roberts was not In less than tho Then I left wealth and John Gllley caught me triutcca who signed Miss Sw Edwards and went back to my shot brother 10 or 12 feet of Edwards when the gun fired certificate on Monday made oath When Edwards shot ho did not have the and had not hit him before gun at his faco JKIK StkiHKNhon From what the ho did so with the understanding I hnd taken a Job on peoplo say I am acquainted with tho gen- Dad D Rose the third trustee toNL Jamkh EnwAIins the rond and worked Thursday and Friday eral moral reputation of John Gllley and also sign it This change the tteaee On Saturday tho hands worked and fiiiUhed Jnmes Edwards both of which are bad of tho case somewhat and if true It io Cross Examination my job and I wanted another Job to make One from whom I a manner warranted tie mUom o Sttgriu up my time This was only aurccublu with gather my information concerning John Horton In denoting Mien J3ft0Q 1 Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Fkank CitrKrir--- I cant say that I am Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ I J Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ son-in-la- w a Â¬ i Histor-ln-Ja- V m p J J fir 1 Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ tkt Â¬ tt f m t 7 - I N - rt U4 ifc 04 tmkmttuH Ma2 rci aril I TTjKEtrfc M J WjygyPSX1 sr 7 Snlnrjr nnd V V3 LAND BARONS OUT WEST Free HAPPY JACK MILLER DrnwH HU arXXOIR OOOFEK EUter BHILL Landlord Wha Are KocklcM Hnnditd and Ueed Ltrem HON DAVID The New York Senator Htnml ly the Prudlilcnt In Orini Hlinpo Mr Hill wjih recognized by the clinir lie agreed with Mr Gorman thnt the democratic party was in tho midst of a crisis Tlio democratic party after uch long struggle in the minority hail Anally been intrusted with power It anurt reclaim ita pledges tho greatest of which is the reform of the tnrlfE The limine puMcd h tariHtill which iwide from the income tax seem to meet general approval A it passed the xenntc it was not satisfactory It violated the pledges of Â¬ tho party Tho houso conforces were confronted with tho fact that the Kcnntc made it un Â¬ worthy of democratic support They re- Â¬ jected tho duty on coal nnd iron ore and refused to yield There was no hope that thoy would yield If they insisted and tho Hcnato was obstinalo all prospect of tariff legislation was at an end Hill said Ida motion that the senate recede from tho coal and iron duties was in the line of ari Agreement Do you 8co any signs of the house yielding ho ahked addressing his dem- Â¬ ocratic colleagues Backed by the pub lic press by the democratic masses and tho president the houso will never yield Why not yield hero on these two points and sco whether it docs not lead to nn Â¬ Hill said ho was in sympathy with tho presidents letter Tho sentiments were his sentiments The president violated no clauso of tho constitution when ho Kent tho letter Ho had a right to do it It was n private communication The question as to making it public was one to bo decided by itd sender and receiver Tho senators had nothing to do about it NTo democrat could controvert tho posi Â¬ tion taken by Cleveland in that latter He naw that to place a duty on coal and iron would bo to violate platform declar- Â¬ ations aud place the party in a false in 1ufeusiblo ponition Tho democrats of tho country arc in Tho demoympathy with Clovcland cratic clubs and democratic conventions aill over tho country indorsed tho Wilson 1111 with respect to free raw materials Tho aomito bill had been received every--ivhor- Â¬ kfv At o r v with disapproval Kvou in tho senate every democratic menfber of tho finance committee an aiounced lftmsolf personally for free coal jindfrec iron ore Tho senator from 2tfarylaud had boldly thrown aside the jnask yesterday aud proclaimed himself for a tariff on coal and iron ore Itovenuo tariff suggested Mr fJor anan A revenue tariff as you will re- Â¬ Tho divino Injunction in tho sweat of thy faco ahalt thou cat bread has no relevancy to tho citizens of tho five civilized tribes Hero aro a people who like tho lilies of the fields toil not neither do they spin furnishing nn example of class favoritism under tho law peculiar and interesting to study says Harpers The landlords havo no earo but tho gathering of rents and a goncrnl supervision of the homo place They arc na a class free handed reckless good livers and with a strong tendency to dissipation Most of them live up to their incomes and few acquire large bank accounts Your typical landlords homo Is tho rambling white plantation great house of ante bellum days with wide gal- Â¬ leries big chimneys and usually In a bad state of repair An air of untidi- Â¬ ness and neglect pervades tho yard to which is added a lack of taste inside when you enter Still there is some Â¬ thing about tho surroundings tho or- Â¬ chard smoke house negroes pigs and poultry which denotes solid old fash loned comfort and Arcadian content Frequently you meot tho lord of one of these mansions a squaw man whose family claim no Indian blood yet he enjoys by virtue of a former matrimonial alliance nil tho landed rights of an Indian It is really surprising the number of thifi class that arc di- Â¬ vorced from Indian wives or have be- Â¬ come widowers and remarried in their own race They constitute the largest landholders and are very jealous of their tribal rights when threatened by boomers as they term tho opponents of land monopoly and unequal privi- Â¬ leges And what of the Indian the full blood whom this great and munificent government of ours has In Its wisdom regarded as a ward and heir to a princely heritage as a recompense for Afitfio Snxou rapine You will find him whoro the stillness of the forest Is us yet unbroken Ho Is there In his miserable little hut a recluse from the great mad world he so distrusts and h ex fears living a poor istence nnd rarely emerging to visit tho hnunts of his tormentors A scanty patch of corn a few poultry and mast fed hogs with what game and fish fall prey to his skill go to supply his meager larder and furnish employment for his squaw and himself Once in a great while there is a per capita pay- Â¬ ment and a pittance falls to his share after tho professional redtnen of the tribe have made the disbursement to thoir satisfaction and paid their at torneys fees It Is a rare tiling to find a full blood in the Indian territory who Is living comfortably on as much as a quarter section of land under cultiva tion Theru are some but they arc striking exceptions Â¬ hand-to-moutÂ¬ Â¬ Â¬ Hon John U Miller of Stanford Ky recently appointed United States consul at Port Stanley Faulkland Islands was in Washington in company with Gov McCrenry one day last week He culled at the stato department nnd pnid his The respects to Secretary tresham governor then took Mr Miller to consult tho bureau where the latter gentleman was instructed as to his duties as consul and also furnished with a copy of consuls regulations Arrangements were then made by which Mr Miller drew his first months salary Mr Miller left for his post of duty on the -- 8th of July Nothing Striui lurd to Lcitvo Flmt Month for South America Pre AT THE TOP And Still Climbing Iha 1BhbbB10bbbSj I jW Never content to keep com Â¬ pany with the slow pace set by its country cousins thoug always in sympathy with em V Intelligent people who realize tlio important part the blood holds in keeping the body in a normal condition find nothing strange in the number of diseases Hoods Sarsaparilla is able to cure So many troubles result from impuro blood the best way to treat them is through the blood Hoods Sarsaparilla vitalizes the Â¬ THE HERALD put its mark at tlio topmost pinnacle of country journalism and week after week has labored to reach the goal of its ambition How thoroughly it has accomplished that task is told in the hundreds of tributes paid it by the press Â¬ Â¬ v blood Hoods Pills aro the lost i V v pills assist digestion tion after dinner prevent constipa- Â¬ iulni Yctnniti or the Civil Wnr Probably tho only horse now living that did service in the civil wnr is to be on exhibition at the coming encam ment of the grand army of the republic at Pittsburgh She is a black charger named Hello Mushy and is the property of Mr Joseph It Phillips who rode her in 1805 through several fights She is a small mare and up to a few years ago was worked by her owner regularly Then she began to show her age rheu matism caused her a great deal of pain and she was allowed to do pretty much as she pleased Her owner believes she is the sole equine survivor of the war Coxcyti TriuupK Â¬ 3 rtn y kzrtmnicf Im for the LI n w of the country and the warm reJFiavl jTS L IIVMI srx I HE WAS IN A HURRY Only Four Duyit to Spend Abroad nnd All luropu to Sro Coxeys army camp at Hyattsville The men Md is gradually dispersing have been on tho point of starvation Coxey in an address to them Thursday week told them that about the only tiling for them to do now was to go to Washington nnd beg get arrested and have the district to support them Coxey aud his son left for home is the finest pure white So Clean soap ever introduced here It is better than Cashmere Iloquet for the toilet superior to Ivory for fine laundry and One ahead of Sapolio for the kitchen cake 10c 2 for lfo 4 for 25c Sold at this ofiice only THROUGH THE t plied Mr Hill but nevertheless a tar- Â¬ if iff continued Mr Hill looking Mr Gorman straight in tho eye did not like your colleagues set up the child ish defeuso that you had been buncoed into supporting tho duty on coal and You aron Â¬ fa It v v i U h f fv t Mr Hill proceeded to take issue with OormnnH argument that the president 4uly recently discovered the doctrine of free raw materials Ho carefully quoted from tho presidents public utterances to cmoustrato that Cleveland had been wedded to that doctrine since the famous tariff messago of 1887 Hill did not boliovo Cleveland could Ik held responsible for tho unofficial ut Â¬ iv terances of Secretary Carlisle but refer- Â¬ ring to tho official uttorancesof theseero tary of tho treasury ho pointed out that until tho present question arose both Cleveland and Carlisle wero consistent and in harmony Vhon Mr Cleveland saw the sonato bill placed a duty on coal aud iron ore tho property of tho rich said Hill dra vn matically aud removed tho duty from wool tho product of tho farmer he would havo been falsa to himself false to his pledges aud false to his party had ho not called attention to this discrimi nation and inconsistency Owing to tho conference of tho demo Â¬ cratic senators tho senate adjourned at fl oclock Hill was informed that the democratic senators wero holding a conference on tho tariff hill upon the cvo of A conference but declined to participate 4n account of his attltudo toward tho bill All rundown from weakening effect1 of warm weathor you need a good tonic and blood purifier Hko Hoods Sarsapa xilla Try it Seventy 1ontoHlue to Ha Filled Ssveuty presidential postoffleoa arc in ike list of those whoso postmastershipa Tho number in ospirod hut month Mt will be Mvantn Â¬ Â¬ party that was being piloted through by a beefeater lie kept all the time just ahead of the pilot and seemed anxious to go faster and get through Kverybodv else wanted to see everything but this man would have liked to Hlcip some of those things still he couldnt say anything for tho pilot made good time right along until he came to the figure of a big man on a big horse both In heavy armor nnd the man holding a great spear a most im pressive figure representing I forget now who but somebody famous in history and the beefeater talked a Here the little longer than usual man who was in a hurry broke in Yes yes he said thats all right but wo cant stand here all day looking at that you know ami he moved ahead a llttlea waited all ready to go on Wo all hoped truit the beefeater would pay no attention to him we need have had no fear on that score for he paid abso lutely no attention whatever to him An hour or two later wo stood at tho gate and bade the beefeater good by Tho impatient man aud I walked away together He wasnt tho worst man in tho world by any means He was from lloston He said he was a busy man and had very little time to spare ho was going bnek in tho steamer ho came over in and as he had only four days to do Hurope In ho really felt as though ho ought not to spend half a day in the tower Â¬ Â¬ 1 Â¬ said a traveler to a New York Sun man reminds me ot n man i oneo saw in the tower of Loudon one of a little Speaking of being in a hurry Ladies Ministers and Physicians All Indorso tho ELECTROPOISE has cured me of rheumatism and illness the result of typhoid fever as well as catarrh Have used it in the family 71 years old down from mother-in-lato the baby u ed it on the baby while teething and it worked like a charm For throat trouble we have never found anvthing to equal it Several of my neighbors have them and are all well I can not say too much in pleased praise of the Electropoise Mas F M Camahan Verona Ky w For Babies as Well as Old Folks I am glad to say that the IClectropoUe column ist traveling in America at tracted by a perusal of its pages draws a pen picture of its multi merits in his own language and thus it reaches every home in the vine clad hills of France So popular was the story Jonathan and His Continent that it was translated into every tongue spoken by man Hence from hemisphere to hemisphere and Â¬ IHBRALDS advertising hearted testimonials received by it from friends in all lands The English damsel in Dev- Â¬ onshire the New England maiden of Maine the sun clad lass of California the semi tropical crcole of Louisiana and last but not least our own mountain pinks all indeed who con the contents of its pages week after week sing the same som of love Nor is this all A French humor- - jiexire IsWHb MLm muua from pole to pole Ia ik 5- - rijr- - wie Tjrts S HP Â¬ C V THE HERALD of Hazel Green is a household vertigo a congestion of tho smaller blood vessels of the brain hyperaemia I could not study everything I ate dis agreed with mo at last I ate no solid food but even soups and liquid food did not agree with me I was induced in ono nights to try the Electropoise timoit had relieved tho brain congestion I began tho next day to and vertigo study I ato from that time what I pleased and since then I have been a comparatively well man llrv CiKulI M ians Covington Ky Â¬ Brain Congestion and Vertigo Curod With the Electropoise Sirs Last July I was taken with 1777 to July Pa from September 1778 at Philadelphia from July J 177S toJvne 0 171 at Princeton X J from Juno HO 17SH to November JO 178 at Annapolis Md from No- Â¬ 17SI vember 17SJJ to November at Trenton N J from November 1784 to January 17S5 at Now York from January 17SA to 1700 when tho seat of government was changed to Phila- Â¬ delphia where It remained until 1800 since wlilch time it has been at Wasti ence with the Electropoise and believe it in advance of any known remedy in theory for the restoration of the normal Locations of tlio Cnpltul condition of tho system and its etleets Tho capital of the United States has been located at different times atthc in the cuie of disease has proved its following different places At Philadel ellicaey practically and theoretically J V ChAitK M D Augusta Ky phia from September i 177 until De cember 1770 ut ltaltimorefrom Decem ber U0 1771 to March 1777 at Philadel- Â¬ phia from March I 1777 to September 1777 at Lancaster Pa from September 509 Fourth Avenue Louisville Ky t7 1777 to September HO 1777 at York Â¬ Â¬ 1 Prnctical as Well as Thooretioal I am much pleased with my experi Â¬ Thus it is also a ne- Â¬ cessity to the wide awake business man and all who desire to tickle trade that they may till their coffers with cash have their advertisements dis- Â¬ played in its columns from time to time Vc mie lit so word on and toll of other qualities JllflAT Â¬ DuBois W W SANFORD ADDRESS Webb CO it possesses but modesty for-Â¬ bids SuHico to say it is to newspaperdom what Domixo is to tho turf world King TrW RE 0vER 2100 FYVIE VARNER dealers la ItUIKKSKNTINa Bee of its class A few moro subscriptions will bo taken at 1 a year and a limited number of advertise- Â¬ ments at reasonable rates wholcKnlc OLOVHINCrt 121 l I I Jif and jradiuoM to tho htiir and restores ita The trade of Eastern Kentucky beauty respectfully solicited ington Ayera Hair Vigorgives vitality gloss and 123 Second Street PORTSMOUTH O is most SPENCER COOPER Hazel Green Ky Ea vV Tiiiiwmm fl 4iiUlmkt n im 1 13u- - Witi kv -- TLs - -- - Tit r- - p iix wwwiMyBr 1 I It Wj 31 i v 7 PLOT TO KILL WHITE SETTLERS MINERAL LANDS A 11 fa c I- y i - f I KV t fc 1 3VX tf i v WT Ovrrhimril My Them and tho Negro Severely Flogceit News of HuitBiitionnl chnrncter hiis just been reported from Simpson county Mississippi In the neighborhood of llocky Ford the negroes held a secret jfleeting one night last week and a mini O r of white men slipped up to the shanty to listen to the proceedings Tho meet- ing vu8 presided over bv nn o hi ticuru i woman una they woro discussing n wholesale slaughter of the whites The old woman asserted that when tho men got ready to kill the white men the women would do their pirt and attend to the white women and children and that she would have no scruples about dashing out the brains of a white baby Jigainst a stump Summoning assistance the eavesdrop pers arrested the whole meeting Tho men were tied and whipped severely and it is reported the woman who presided hns been lost in the swamp It is ml that tho meetinir was the outcome of a visit by a negro agitator from Jack- Â¬ son who carried tho news of tho recent Jinti lynching me ting in New York The whites in tho neighborhood are thoroughly aroused over the matter Ik Participator j i I Â¬ i S Tut Out In lust Ton Seconds Our citizens to the number of two or three hundred gathered on the burnt district here on last Monday afternoon at two oclock to witness the exhibition made by the Cincinnati Tin and Japan Eire Extinguisher Co Tho test was given under the personal supervision of Mr Herman 15 Wells president of the company of Cincinnati and Mr W V Snyder the local agent of Georgetown Ohio and was satisfactory in every Respect clearly demonstrating the Stem pie Extinguisher to bo one of the best methods yet devised or invented for the controlling of lire A structure of pine boards was built and after being thoroughly saturated Kill to Penult Dlacovoroi to Ilnvn TIiuiii Surveyed ltcprerumttttivollnll of Minnesota hns reported to tho limine n bill amending Dr A F JENNINGS writes the existing law regarding public laud Candor compels mo to say tlmttho ofllcn Provision is made whereby settlers in cyof Dr FctinuraUlooU and Llvor Ilcuiody aud Nervo Tonic la townshirs not mineral or reserved by the CUBING SO MANY DISEASES Ciovernment or persons or associations surnames lawfully jtosfesed f coal lands orowncis and with I such promptitude- nifar wuvti -liti I IliVtlilliif hrjriovor- rit with i i i pincucvMir Medii iuc i oxiluhivu or grantors ol pnimc litmii Hiittii liavo the It opera ton on tho onuses of theso disc uses surveyed under heueo they yield of neecssitr to have AF JENNINGS M DM This feature of thu j certain conditions bill has in view the enlargement of tho Dr Fcnuors Blood nud Liver Rcnicdj facilities contained in the coal land laws and Norvo Touic nover fulls It Is a by permitting such latds to bo surveyed Pino Alterative Nervo Tonic and lie Â¬ as can now be seen in the case of agricultural lands reserved for actual settle ttorativo Compound Cures biliousness headaches constlpa ment tlon dyspepsia Irritability sleeplessness The discoverer of n valuable deposit tho blues swelled glands of coal upon the surveyed domain may All blood impurities skin dlscascc now take possession and hold his mine scrofula ague dizziness dull and achy yet there is no provision of law under tired stomach and bowel disorders which a patent can iVsne therefor until blotches pimples moth syphilis Impairment of nerves offensive breath the public surveys have been soextended It does thoso great cures because M as to embrace it Another featuie of the physics from tho blood liver and tissues bill provides that when settlers or owners all the impurities ushes and debrs or grantees of public binds make deposiis as it were Without weakening but all tho whim in payment of surveys certificates shall strengthening Instead be issued therefor and theso may be used It causes tho Liver to throw off Its BIlo in part payment for tho lands settled It cleans out tho entlro alimentary canal upon stomach nud bowels alike ridding them of all effete offensive and slimy mucus electropoiseT worms and other vermin Two Month Kent 8500 Restoring sleep appetite flesh strength A limited number of instruments will comfort freshness and bloom In a word be rented at this nominal price simply health You can not allord as an advertisement Including solf polso to tho nervous sys to miss this opportunity It has never tem and both sweetness of breath and dis- Â¬ been made before and will not last long position Address See advertisement elsewhere It Is speedy In Its action Improvement Webb Louisville Ky DuBois beginning as soon as tho first doso is swal- Â¬ - j Far Surpasses Anything Known iMi A 53R t HIM HIHKMlillHlMMM IIMIIWW VXELHUJXVXEi W JXUJ5JJ OUJW j a i iii usi--uyen- M OAMPTON KENTUCKY tho Indies of Wolfe and tho Biirroiunllnjr country to cnll midwetke MNVITKS linoof SlMMKU DHEJ GOODS ho has Just received iivm1Ibk iasliiiiiiiihlc fabrics nud Paris pattern and prints besides hii endlem variety of Notions Including all of the latest styles In L3es ltlhboiiH cftc He also carries a large line of cheap medium and high grade which he is selling ooTsvOyotIoni Purchaso of him and save money DKALKH IN A Sarsaparllla-Mnndrako-Prlnc- ej 4Wirt44444 ar lower prices than anybody Â¬ J TAYLOR - DAY a i Dealer in General Merchandise on a Cash Basis Largest Stock- Lowest Prices- fissffiasffisrssxwpa wP4tin4Mnminmtinia m i imm mwmM4 I Tl I SEND o I 1 i Piera DEALERS IN FIFTY Â¬ CEIW rOR A TRIAL MONTHS SURaCRIFTtOH Col 1 WTat In Tiipim Â¬ K fr r Mfe ftaw- - Wv Ma E The with coal oil a match was applied extinguisher was then turned on and the fire put out in about ten seconds All who witnessed the test were thoroughly satisfied that the Stemple will do nlLaud more than is claimed for it The headquarters of the company are S E Cor Sycamore and Canal Sts Cincinnati Winchester Ohio Herald Kenneth Bezemore had tho good forSpknceii CooiEU Hazel Green Ky tune to receive a small bottle of ChamAgent for Wolfe and Morgan counties berlains Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy when three members of his fam Â¬ Its Alt Ovor Hut thu Shouting Its all over but the counting of votes ily wero sick with dysentery This one and the shouting Keliableestimatescare small bottle cured them all and he fully made of the vote in every county had some left which ho gave to Geo W of the district indicates the nomination Baker a prominent merchant of the of Col Breckinridge by an overwhelm- place Lewiston N C and it cured him ing majority Everywhere his friends of the same complaint When troubled 4t ro surprised and encouraged ns the polls with dysentery diarrheoa colic or choleof tho precincts come in and his strength ra morbus jjivc this remedy a trial and always exceeds the most sanguine expec you will be more than pleased with the The praise that naturally folresult tations of his friends lows its introduction and uso has made And now that his nomination is as certain as any future event can be may it very popular 25 and 50 cent bottles we make n suggestion to his friends for sale by John M Koso Keep cool Do not let your political op Aftr Mirny Veins rufllo your temper Let them After many years Capt Erskino Cni ponents liavo a monopoly of nil ill humor In son died at Hillsborough O Thursday Death was due to a bullet wound view of tho splendid victory on tho 15th week of September we can not afford to be received in the first battle of Bull Bun filler than generous and besides after which has caused tho veteran nioroorles3 tho primary wo want our misguided trouble ever since that memorable time brothers to help us elect Col Ureckin- - Capt Carson was the author of the fa Â¬ ridge in November by as large a majority mous dispatch to Gov Foraker asking as he will have in the primary Hourbon the latter not to surrender any rebel flags while ho Vns govenor News This dispatch with tho govenors reply was lithographed Hows This We offer One Hundred Dollars Reword and sent all over the country Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Mr Hugh Ivoduian who is an ensign in the United States navy visited Frankfort a few weeks ago and furnished infor- mation it is snid to the effect thai he saw and visited Col Tate in Japan He also took dinner with the ex trensurer at his home and he said that he was ap- Â¬ parently well and strong although now Mr an old man and somewhat broken Tate is comfortably situated but the in formant did not go in to details as to his exact location in Japan Everyone here will be glad to know that Col Tate is alive and in good health whatever may have been his faults in Kentucky Frankfort Argus Â¬ And as certain as tho law of gravitation Koto tho high standard of testimonials in circular at drug stores and around bottles Thoy aro such as only tho highest order or merit could command voluntary offer- Â¬ ings from tho cottage princely palaces and offices of State Recording cures of cases more gravo and complicated than over hertoforo successfully reached by medicine Sample Free Satisfaction guaranteed Onu fourth of all the children horn Mothers diu within tho tlrst year Savo your child by koephiK Its stomach aud bowels healthy by tho usu of Dr Funners Sennatorla tho best child ltixutlvo and corrective kuown Â¬ lowed km 4fc TOTMC Louisville Times THK RRIQHTCtT AND BEST AFTCHNOOM PAFCR IN THE SOUTH vv Menu AND Latest Market Quotations Latest Stnte News All the Local News Complete Press Reports LARGEST CIRCULATION IN THE SOUTH 30000 AND OVCR DAILY Allays Irritation acd gives refreshing sleep Dr Formers Worm worms from our child Dr Fanners Soothlrtff Syrup Live Stock Country 0O OB51Wr Or A MONTH Jtgeo a Yaar by Mall Syrup MreSherickElula0 nrmiRht 150 JNOi At H ALDEMAN Bu Manager 003 Fourth Avenue LOUISVILLE KENTUCKY Drlonnor8FAMiivSiiItUheumOlntmont Host for skin eruptions Piles Sores Cutsetc For sale hv John M Rose anil Mrs Lou Day Hazel Green Ky m i 00 4O0tt4O4 IF YOU want to learn i TELEGIPHY and become a competent Produce iZar DONT No 1 300000 A YEAR FOR THE INDUSTRIOUS If you wnnt work lint Is jilciumnt nntl profitably ill t l u laiilitt lULIF lit ii a IliliiailililuJ a vim Ill j uu iiiiiii tra iiiuuiiiiikiiv llUlll nud women how to filfii froiIII an 00 tier ilny to 83000 nor vmrwidHit huvlnir Inn previous rxiK rliiico nud riiriilitlftliucniiiloviuciit utwlilcli they ciiu make Hint iiiuount Nothing lllllcitlt to linrn or Unit reoiiircs much Ihuc tiki work Is II Â¬ Â¬ TELEGRAPH OPERATOR ait-Write w FORGET THE PLACE IusylifiiltUyuiiil honorable iinilcnn bouontdur Iiik ilnytlmn or c vonlngi rlk lil In your own local Ity wliiTHver you llvo Tho n Riilt of u ftv hourw work ofton oquulH a wcokn wnept ji Â¬ L LEXINGTON KY Custom House Block HAZEL GREEN KY 3SMMEkvw mrcAVEAIIHAUhMARKar PATKNTf For a honest opinion tt iriVLV5nnayr ill UVN A CO who liiivu hint nearly tlUyrlto to years pxiMsrlunen In tho twitrnt bunlncM Cnmniunicn tlonaiitrletljr confidential A IIuimIImioU of In- luiuiniiuu iimi rrniuK ruiciiiN aim now to ol tnlii tliein sunt free Also a cntnlouuu of median lail and fclcnttuo book eont free latenu taken tliroimh Mwm Co rocolvo sneclnl notlcoliitho Srloiitlflc Amnrlrnii ami tliu aro brought wldolr berorotlio public with- Â¬ out tp tho Inventor This eplcndlrt paper untied weekly eleenntly llluctrrttcd bus bv far tho lMKeyt rlrculHtlnn of any eoiontltlc work In tho KAiiiijIo vrcJflJ8T0nr monthly coniesaaont freo Kdltlon put year Hlnitlo Cflplos ttJ cuius Kvery number contains beau Â¬ tiful plates In colore ami photographs of now lioiies w th plans tmnblliitf builders to show tho ntrncts Address wMt A UJlyIML0Cur CAN tho start given them while la our employ yrws ago Von reader iniiy do n will try It You cannot fall No capital ticri aanry WifltyoBout with BomttliliiK that Is now Hollilnndnuro A book brimful of ndvlco h free to nil Ililpyoar lf by writluir for It to day not to morrow Dulny uru cotly a a a Wu lutv tuiiKht tlioiunmlx of both next uml mlt nml many luivo laid oiniilntloiiH Umt wilt Some of tliu aniartent mircly bring tliein rlclion iniii hi thU country own their aiicccx In Ilia to nc n ti K 1 a a a a a I nilTATN COPYRIGHT s aaaaaaaaaaaa aaaaaaaaaa taiiiaiiiiiiuitiiiiliaitjiiitiLiiitiiiit E C- - ALLEN Box 420 CO f I O aJ A AUGUSTA MAINE WE BARRINCER WITH it i V V ft a nv S 1 S thu VliioH Tho phylloxera or vino peat is making such ravages in tho sherry wine districts of SpaituAccording tfi United States Con- 8ii I Adams at Cadiz that tho govern ment has appropriated 100000 for the extermination of tho disease How this shall do done however has not yet been discovered for any case of Catarrh that cannot be If nfllicted with scalp disease hair fall cured by Halls Catarrh Cure ing out and prematura baldness do not F J CHENEY CO Props uso grease or alcoholic preparations but Toledo 0 Successors to Carter Pros A Co appTy Halls HairBenower Wo the undersigned have known F J Importers and Jobbers of Prayers nrenn Important part of sav Â¬ Cheney for the last 15 years and believe age custom Tho Society islanders S him perfectly honorable in all business prayed before almost every act of their transactions and financially able to carry lives In Ouinea a daily prayer is STAMPER 0 God help us wo do not know AI10WAKD Attounjy at Law out any obligation mado by their firm AND NOTIONS Truax Wholesale Druggists whether we shall live tomorrow we West LOUISVILLE KY OAMPTON KY are in Thy hand A Bushman ways Toledo 0 Patronage of the mountain uiurnJjiitH is 0 Calm give us food both hands Will praetlce in the eonrts of Wolfe and the most respectfully solicited jw Walding Kinnan Marvin Wholcsalo full Another tribe Give me to Â¬ adjoining counties All liusiiifSH entrusted day rice and yoms gold and uggry to our cure will receive prompt attention Druggists Toledo O Halls Catarrh Curo is taken internnllv beads slaves riches and health maUo IDINGFELDEH active and But a havago acting directly upon the blood and mu mo his prayers strong In thinks neither of moral- Â¬ cous surfaces of the system Price 75c ity nor of a future Ktato Among tho DKAIKIt IN fl oo per bottlo Sold by all Druggists Tes Cherokees Aztecs Mayas and Peru Â¬ vians tho rlto of baptism was of free timonials Hardware Iron and Steel immemorial antiquity Imorters and Jobbors of Garter Dry Goons 0 CUMAX N1 SyrS HorionCo Â¬ J T MILLER LEXINGTON KY Â¬ J J ins WhF m -- PUREST AND BEST -- lliiKN on A first class 25 horse power potalile saw mill complete and if needed a good corn mill all in complete order Price and term LESS THAIS HALF THE PRICEr OP OTHER BRANDS Tl DRY No 037 GOODS AND NOTIONS For inrtlniiliir mi1ru Mnv tow MiU Co Mytowu Ky Seeunmi6 ny now is Umt Thev v lt111 nt l ri wuimiw joupio uvon t thoy Primus Yes but whooping unnrrli and measles aro playing hnvoo with wicir iioijruuoro children just now rensoiilhle 1 J H PIERATT Z irDoublo and Single 539 and 511 Livery Feed and Sale Stable HAZEL GREEN KY -- West llaln Street LOUISVILLE KY - POUNDS20 HALVtSIO QUARTERS SOLD IN CANS ONLY WITH Do you want the best rolls M CO stationery Do you want the hest Hour IOHHKKM IK establishment in Eastern Kentucky nml If you do bring your wool and wheat to rirl will also attend to all calls for auc Mavtowu and you will cct the best Mill tioneering aud floltcit business of this kind Hardware if you wnti t printing of any kind this is Agricultural Intpliminls and machines runiiiim every day Jtesiiectfully o tho place to got it Maytown Mill Co IUONTON 0 JOUtf II PIEltATT Tjir Hi raij ers oflico now has moro print- Â¬ than any other Himilur Judge r Jk and Saddle Horses for hire Parties convey ed to any point on reason able terms ItlgN Â¬ Â¬ J II PHILLIPS WITH JUWOK AMOS DAVIS WMT XiIRNlUrY KT W KERR Bettman Bros Co MANUFAGTUREBSGLOTm Vti WMt lMirl Mirrt OLMCUfKASC The trd t KiMtwm KNlugr U rwf wkNlly s1UmL W-atJ-- jlii fur W m ii iummttftnttttttt wiuyn Tiyw -- v1 SY L i TUB mx V KBRJLILi0 BPSXOER COOPER Samuel Parker John T Cummins nnd Major Seward who recently left San Editor Francisco for Washington aro to lay be Â¬ fore President Cleveland n petition for annexation of tho Hawaiian Islands to Tho petition to paid tho United States bo signed by many natives and other to royalists who have reached tho conelu nion thWBi Mfc N x tion of the monarchy and seek improve ried forms has been handed down to us ment in political condition thiough an Â¬ through all ages by lepend by tradition and by history both sacred and profane nexation to tho United States HAZEL GREEN KY there If wo August 2 1894 When people around here talk about a nation believe history countrynever was kingdom or but has fat been infested by witches and in all cases hard times they perhaps forgot that CURRENT NEWS AND COMMENT hogs used to sell in this country at 150 required a resort to capital punishment Â¬ An carthqunkc shock at Padueah last por 100 pounds And that too notwith to relieve a country from such terrors producer of Tho great King Saul tho first king of Monday morning rattled tlio windows standing the fact that the today can raise many times as much Israel at one time took the most dread- Â¬ caused walls to totter and stopped tho pork at the same outlay than ho could ful measures to rid his country of clocks then These thoughts aro suggested by witches necromancers fortuno tellers Tunics Mulligan who won fame through tho fact that sales of stock hogs at 4 and those having familiar or demon spirper 100 pounds have this week been re-Â¬ its by having them all put to death untho Mulligan letter of tho preside tial campaign died at Maynard Mass ported to us and wo think it would be til he believed there was not one remainÂ¬ But he was soon to well for tho calamity howlers to think a ing in his kingdom Saturday littlo before they howl Tho neoplo repent this decree for when ho was aban Â¬ will preach at tho who are continually crying hard times Elder J T Pieratt doned of God ho was forced to seek out Grouty Lick church next Sunday at 1010 do moro to make tho times hard than the Witch of Endor for consultation oclock in the morning and at oclock anything else Now while Saul was a good man God in in tho afternoon structed him through his prophets but Talking about hard times reminds us when he chose evil ho was forced to co Â¬ Tho Kentucky Midland railroad run that our neighbor and friend W J to a witch or tho devil for advice ijing from Frankfort to Paris is at prcsont Seitz of West Liberty lost tho republi- Â¬ Joscphus tells us that ho saw one Elea- tied up by a levy for 14000 duo the can nomination for congress by being too zar releasing people of demons in the Ho was up in presence of Vespasian tho Roman em- Â¬ city of Frankfort as taxes honest in his opinion Pike county making tho canvass and peror lie further says that those de having married a woman of a lot of farmers around him wero cryiug mons arc no other than the spirits of the After tho town Oeorgo Zimmerman a Lex Â¬ down the administration and accusing it wicked that enter into men who are still He alive etc ington printer realizing the disgrace ho of being tho cuiieo of hard times brought about through hislovo for liquor turned to sevend and asked them if they I need only refer to the New Testaand lewdness last week attempted to kill produced any hay corn oats hogs etc ment writers as a proof of the elements himself with u pistol etc for market to which ho in every of witchcraft that are taught in it All case received a negative reply Then he readers of the New Testament aro too for a told them if thay would each and all pro well acquainted with this part of it to Juno Park a traveling salesman Cincinnati house committed suicido at duce something to sell that times would need quotations Irvino on Monday by taking morphine be better That settled his chance for conNow we all very well remember that mid died within an hour He was we gress They realized the truth of tho re- Â¬ in the early history of America particubelieve ono of tho founders of tho Moun mark and decided tTiat ho was not a safe larly in the New England states that They witches became so intolerable that the tain Sentinel the democratic paper pub man to send to Washington wanted a man who could think as they most rigid laws had to be enacted and lished at Irvine did executed to suppress them Tho death Representative Paynter of tho Ninth penalty was inllicted in the severest man JOHN SPANIARD NICKELL Kentucky district having boon nomi Â¬ ner possible for this was the only means nated for tho appellato judgeship in his Ilift Autobiography of Ailvciituro itml of ridding the country of such monsters district will on October 1st resign his Sport In llolil ami Iort Ht AND LISTEN TO US of wickedness Then nfter the country eat in congress so that an election for At this juncture my dog same to had been freed from these pestilential bis unexpired term can be held at tho my relief and not a moment too soon fiends and another generation had grown You must have goods and we must have Hiti timely interference alllmled mo an regular November election We will guarantee a saving of money up the men who enacted those laws and opportunity to clear my eyes and recover executed them were denounced as super15 to -- 5 per cent to you on every pur chase from us Wo sell everything in Tho 500 striking miners in Laurel my sight when ho uttered a pitious stitious barbarians and murderers the Dry Goods and Notion line We county after fourteen weeks idleness on moan and fell to tho ground almost dis sell Carpets Oil Cloths and Window Thero is one thing certain that ever Shades at The infuriated brute after since the devil has been Monday rosumed work on a compromise emboweled turned loose all Tjcalo of seventy cents u ton They were this made his attacks more desperate tho avenues to wickedness liavo been I petting sixty five and struck for seventy Again and again ho would back out and opened up and the devil reigns supreme Lexington and Mt Sterling prices not live They also agreed to a reduction of return sometime in a circuitous routo in over every species of crime and makes in it We make Gents Clothing to oradvantage of my position and every of his advocates and directs 12 J for other work outsido of mining der at less than ready made priejs We just what give elegant guaranteed succeeding attack he made seemed more And part lie intends them to perforin Every time I es Ben Roe of Greenup is mentioned as furious and desperate it is just as easy for the devil to make a KJKEXS seat in con caped his violence it seemed an especial tho probable successor to the witch as it it to make an nnti christ a To our customers Well give vou the gress nnulo vacant by tho nomination of providential interference in my favor murderer or a drunkard It is just as biggest inducements you ever got to to trade with us Try it this vear Hon Thos II Paynter for tho appellato but I still clung to my treo Now the easy for tho devil to make a gun speller bench and as Greenup county has never belt of my hunting shirt broke in two as it is to make a lie swearer It is just before aHked for congressional honors it and tho skirts dropped down loose and as easy for tho devil to possess a man THE BOLDER BOLE DRY GOODS STORE WiUCftestBr KU is quite likely that ho will get tho short I had not a moments time to adjust with a familiar spirit or demon as it is them This I feared would prove fatal to make a thief term without question It is just as easy for for as I expected in his next attack his the devil to make a sorcerer as it is to In a row Monday at Oakdalc Breath- Â¬ W W Woathcrhead a policeman at horns caught in my skirts and carried make a mizer itt county Harmon Wilson son of Mihs Loxington whilo trying to disarm a me deer and all somo ten feet down the Owing to tho crowded condition of tho Wilson who lives on Lacy creek in My dog was still alive and lay columnsof negro named Clark whom ho had arrest- hill Tin HazhiGwxn Hkiiaid I county was shot by Oscar Morton this and ed was shot and instantly killed Wcath close to our lauding and being maddened am compelled to closo my narration after died in a few hours afterward police forco for at my perilous condition again canto to IJis crhead had boon on tho my sincere thanks to tho editor of the father started Tuesday to bring the omo iUteon years and was a soldier in my rescuo and seized tho deer with a best paper published in America outside remains home for burial We know Clarkes rogiinont of John Morgans death grip by tho under jaw This gave of the large cities 1 am nono of tho particulars except that it has Into unpleasantness mo timo to escape to another tree and in command during tho Very Respectfully been reported to us that the parties were tho meantime to securo a very formidabo hml for tho monoy JoiIX SlAXIAltl Nickeii drinking Oakdalo is an unsavory loca JfJFBost to Many of our subscribers will find on ble weapon a stout hickory club about examining the dato after their name on three fuel long which had fallen from a Charley Elam whom tho peoploof our ity and shooting scrapes are not uncom Â¬ this paper that their time is out and to tree and was yet green Hy this timo I town remember as an nttacln of tho mon according to tho reports The remains reached tho residents of nil such we say Please renew at once had becomo weary taint and nervous I Toets llros show had a narrow escape Wilson early Wednesday morning Miles and jho price is only 1 and we will give trembled in every limb my knees smote from death ono day last week Tho show tho burial took place sometime yesterday credit just as soon as wo receive tho together my eyes became dim and my had gone into camp at somo point on the atternoon amount Failure to renow may cause head giddy hopo had almost tied and Ohio and J5ig Sandy railroad and Pieratt Swango sold all tber hogs your paper to stop coming and wo hope despair had seized mo but I saw when Oha lcy had started with a team after to Orear and Jones of Hedges Clark you wil 10 prompt in tho matter and tho deer released himself from tho grasp forage In crossing tho railroad at a coitity Keiuiicky Price unknown of my dog he too was in a state of ex Â¬ short bend ho drove his mules on the not allow it to Btop haustion ho reeled and staggered and track just as tho locomotive caino around GUARANTEED This in- tho curve Roth mules wero instantly POSITIONS Tho trouble with imuinoin convicts at almost pitched on his head under reasonable conditions Ourl7RKE9Qnacu Tracy City Tonnoodtd Sun Jay by the spired mo with new courago and when k lled and Charley thrown somo twenty catalogue will explain why wo can afford it of ho approached me I stopped to tho con- feet but he escaped serious injury the convicts sirrcudering and cooig out Dranghons Practical Business Collego tho initio They wore oomtuctou to mo trary side of the treo and with ono well di only result bein a shaking up Tho NASHVILLE TENN Writo for cataIoBue stockado where all tho convicts aro now rected bl iv felled him to tho ground and show is heading for West Virginia and Book kwplng Shorthand Penmanship and TeleWu spend moro graphy safoly guarded Tho freo miners did not with a few moro strokes ho was dead Dan the people hero hope they will find good our IvnpIoymentDenartinontmoney in the interest of than half tiinUniiiw rtll interfere in any way n tho auVr Pete gorous conllieta like this with deer was roads in that direction weeks by our method keeping l equal to 2 weeks by the old plan Hamilton tho convict who was klled almost an every day occurrence with all toachers 60O students past year no A Doctors Vuullct acnuon enter onv timo Ciikap Hoard Wo have Saturday planned tho mutiny as well as hunters long before and after tho timo of Mr E Q llookor a prominent physi Â¬ recently prepared books especially adapted to tho ono u year ago Whon ho was shot which I writo and this one would appear cian and secretary of tho agricultural HOME STUDY trial and tho backbono of iho mutiny was bioken to bo a tamo affair had I space to relate association at Waterbury Vt writes ai Sent on 60 N IlWo havvtmousnu t explain UUJ1UW your wants k had whoro danger was cancloa as book keepers stenographers toachers others I lmvo follows I have kept Quiuns Ointment clerks etc reported to us provided we fill same Nowa from llo Sixth Kentucky dis- much moro iminent My object in re- Â¬ in my stable for tho past four years and MANUFACTURING JEWELER trict indicates that John P Nownmn will lating this particular accident is becauso 1 recommend it to all for curbs splints opposo Col Hsrry in his own county and it happoned in connection with my gun wind puns and in all cases whero an ab 135 E Main St Custom House Square V V Dickinson of G nut will aUo bo being spoiled is required This is the general sorbent Kerry is now filling Ips I am often robuked and called igno- Â¬ expression of tho leading doctors breedin tho race Col LEXINGTON KY be- Â¬ first term in congress and from an out rant and suporstitious becauso of my ers and horsemen throughout the United oat aio nines nido viow has nuide n good jopreaentativr lief in gun spelling and am nskod why I States Trial packago sent to any ad Â¬ Competent workmen in our watch is However it is Bali that tho longest polo indorso such witchcraft My answer repairing department dress upon receipt of 25 cents silver or which isj of niul m Col I boliovo in gun spelling Jcnocks tho persimmon stamps Regular size 150 delivered -HERALD OFFICE Berry stands six feet seven inches in his courso a constituent part in witchcraft Address W 11 Eddy Co Whitehall B MAUPIN has taught aocks hodoea not scom to fear that his becauso my own experience N Y unless you can obtain from your WITH me that there woro onco men possessed TWO SECRETS Ulrowtolmlfsolo conflrwtonRl fruit U in danger druggist For salo by John M Koso of evil spirits ovidently imparted to WHOLESALE DRY GOODS AH seasons uot paid in noxt few days contains them by the devil by which they could The Hawaiian Star of July CO Cuncy ky for these Kay Moss NOTIONS BOOTS SHOES C so will be sued on valuable receipts rport that Judge S A Wildcumn lay a upell upon a gun which would AY CATLETT8BURG KY Â¬ thattheiois no hope of a restora Â¬ distract the aim of the hunter or tho courso of the ball both perhaps that they could not shoot and hit n deer or other animal yet could hit n mark with tho samo precision as they could before the spelling was laid I believe it bo cause I have the evidence from hundreds I be of truthful hunters with myself Move it beenwse witchcraft in all its vaÂ¬ Thursday Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ When in Lexington call on L G STRAUS Leading Clothiers who carry a larger line of CLOTHING and sell for less money than any house in the bluegrass capital A Watch free with every purchase of 5 or over Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ KEEP PERFECTLY STILL --- Â¬ Â¬ floral Â¬ CINCINNATI PRICES Â¬ Â¬ SmYTCKWAXtE W F HILTON Proprietor Â¬ WAfea SfMTojiiT I Â¬ -- Â¬ Â¬ C Â¬ riT iiMn 1 1 1 Fred J Heintz Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ f THE H H carpenter I - tstfisrtszmsT r- - ahttk it 14 -- rx W -- tTLC jffrifsfvberi girf- - i mjt x r ifttw iate-fpr- -- - jr MHt nininiimiii 4 T J V Tii3BWm J rAW vees I K flwk tipvivtTLJiiMa n t0 floce na nntill1nt For Sheriff ssras ln 8AM 52SHSK MORGAN COUNTY of Wolfe eouiitv subject only to tlio will of Itnntiln in it puns f imn Hi uiu II in ftovcmocr lSO l THIS PAPER PPi f pound You should road ovory articlo ou oach ot wHii jmyoa xuu win una au mo is nil linmn print and ii you want all 0 0ood lln9s it contains local nows that way A few good bacon hums wanted nttliis office for which wo will pay 10 cents per I Arbury lirooks who in teaching school in Powell county was hero Monday but returned to Powell on Ttuwlav y- - r A rumor was current here Wednesday that some man whoso name we did not learn was shot in tho leg at 1renchburg on Sunday Mrs Lou Day who was quite sick for two or three weeks was so much better on Wednesday evening as to be able to be about the home i Pierntt Swango bought of Thomas Graham one yoke of three year old cattle for75 Who will say that times ure hard und that it dont pay to raise cattle Â¬ Â¬ h Mrs Nannie Kash informs us that Elder D G Combs has just closed a meeting nt Furnace Estill county with 100 additions to the Christian church heventy of which were by baptism Lost On June 7th between White Oak and Hazel Green n cloth back dav book containing notes accounts and re- Â¬ ceipts Finder will be liberally rewarded for its return to me at White Oak II wt 15 May Â¬ t -has it fa James Killgore of Menefee county a washboard that is attracting the attention of all who have washing to do and he will have it here at the fair All who have used it recommend it as the host made 6t Mr Hord and his daughter Miss Nannie left Tuesday for Lee county where Miss Nannie will attend the examination She has secured a school in of teachers Lee county and will enter upotijhjir du ties as teacher next Monday we believe Â¬ Â¬ U Morgan Spencer the man who was shot by Jim Edwards Saturday was on Wednesday evening suffering considerably The ilesh surrounding the wounds was congested and he was spitting blood Dr Taulbee thinks the wounds very serious Â¬ h- - Elvin Wilson of Mnsouri who has been visiting relatives and friends here for several weeks left Sunday for his westeen home In the eighteen years he had been absent prior to the visit jut made he says there have been many changes in Hazel Gveen Mr and Mrs Miler of IVis Ilinois who were last week visiting friends and relatives here left Sunday for home taking in Elder Howards meeting at Sand field en route and stopping over night with Uncle Shelt Trimble of Menefee who is an uncle of M s Millers k Â¬ 3i3Sr n 4 F M irv The public school at what Is known as thcCaskeyschojlhoueon Grassy opened for business Monday under the auspices of Henry Barker as teachc nnl the e The was quite a giod acieidance are havine a well sunk on the trustees premises which will be a geat convenience Â¬ Mrs Joe Stephens and her two daughters Lillie and Lula who were visiting relatives and friends here for a fortnight left Sunday for their home at Mt Sterling taking in Elder Howards meeting en route and being the guests of Uncle Shelt Trimble of Menefee who is Mrs Stephens uncle Sunday night Â¬ V At a meeting held in this town recently think Vinuhs two young men nmused themselves in OriiHrty Circle Oilxt mutilating the ribbon with which a poor News is scarce this week girl had her hair tied up andsomeyoung Success to Tin HnttAii and its many ladies present found fun in nudging each other and pointing tho fingor of scorn nt readers Eldor J T Pieratt filled his appoint tho Htraugcr Whea young men and young women supposed to have had the ment at this place Sunday Tho primar election at this plnco advantages of education and a christian Saturday passed oil quiety but wo did moral training by good parents conduct themselves in such a way in the sacrcJ not learn tho result Harlan Ellington and wife of Rowan preciuct3 of tho church and under tho county visited J 0 Havens and family drippings of the sanctuary as it weie how does their conduct contrast with tho from Friday till Tuesday Elder J A Howard preached hero to poor unprotected girl who sat there n largo congregation last Friday with driuklug in overy word tho preacher Christ wo aro told died for poor several additions to tho church said Married on last Sunday nt tho resi Â¬ unfortunata beings like tho victim of Long theso young people and when his avowed dence of Frank Amburn on upper Miss Emmn followers aro guilty of such conduct they Branch Lewis DoBusk to Burgess officiating do far more against his cause than for it Amburn A H Scott Oldfield and Lou Alico To say tho least of it such conduct is Attendants This is an energotic young despicablo and wo hope never to hear of Hnvcn lifo such another disgraceful occurenco in couplo and wo hope their efforts in crowued with success willbo this community Â¬ neighborhood will fail to raise any corn Tho wives ol Job Morrison Boon Elam and Jesseo Tolsou are all on the sick list The blind colored preacher Wilson of Jackson will preach here Tuesday and Wednesday Aug 7th and 8th at night Charles Elam and Miss Marv Belle Kose daughter of Frank Kose worn mar- Â¬ Kev W L Lacy ried Sunday evening SUui KiiiinIiIiiu Born Monday July 80th to John M officiated G B Maloney sold his house and lot Nickell and wife a girl G C Byrd began school in our district in town to James Sal ley last week Also Morrison Wilson sold his town property Monday with a very good attendance visto Mason Pugh W W Phipps of this vicinity is Dr J 11 Carroll of Campton who has iting his sick son Thompson Phipps in just received a diploma from the medical Clark county Mrs E Jane Long and Savilla Nickell school at Louisville has moved to our And attended church on tho head of Ked town to practice medicine river and report good preaching and Elder J A Howard hands us the folplenty to eat lowing summary of his work and an ap Miss Belle Chanoy was innrricd to Mr pointment for Sunday Edwin Trimble July 20111 A very re Preached at Goodwins Chapel last spectable crowd witnessed tho tying of Friday to a large congregation Had the nuptial knot seven additions four by baptism The primary election passed away here Preached to a congiogit on of about Saturday asa morning mist before the sun 1000 or 1200 people Sunday at Sandbringing defeat to some and success to lield The nie tlng is still in progress B F Blankinship was one of We havo had about twenty two additions others tho successful parties he being elected up to date and baptizing to do every deputy by acting mute and remaining day neutral but we aim to defeat him in I will begin a seres of meetings at November by and by Matt Hazel Gwn TkiKnliiv nijht August 2 and continue over Sunday 1 want every 3Ilitown MImkIWM Come w th Wills is quite sick body to atieud this meeting Jordan Mrs Bettie Brown of Louisville is your Bibles and hymn books and if I visiting her parents Mr and Mrs Arch dont preach tho pure word of God you will not b asked to take it Day near town hits mother arc visit- Â¬ J C Sunplo and ing relatives on Blackwater IC B May and W P Sample got homo Monday night from the election Behind Hoods Sarsnparllla Purifies tho time we suppose Blood and Rostoros Houlth had about tho same effect Our primary over tho county that it generally has Wo had only twenty six dissatisfaction candidates and ten to elect so you see we had sixteen to swap and trade and the consequence was wo traded some good men clear out of tho ring though they will make efficient officers on tho Rover or somo other craft they may board on the Salt river voyage Some request that the trip bo postponed until after the November election and all go along together A good suggestion we m Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Vic Evolution tho Httlo daughter of Emory Tcnnie Carr is quito sick Fletcher McGuiro and family wore visiting in town recently S S Combs and Willie Piorntt of Campton were in town last Sunday Willie Gevedon and Kendall Williams were in town last Sunday Willie seenm to have it good opinion of Ezcl or ii cer- Â¬ tain class of its inhabitants Miss Clara D Pieratt has been em ployed to teach theschooliu this district She will commence Monday August Gth We think our trustees havo discharged their duty in a very satisfactory manner to all concerned for she is au accomplished lady and wo expect ono of the best of schools Elder J A Howard reports fifteen addition during his meeting at Sandlield in Wolfe county last Sunday This was his first preaching in that community Ho and much interest was manifested had the largest congregation ever seen in that locality wedding which I lost That Nickel week referred to has materialized and while I am not at liberty to give all the particulars I will outline the matter and the reader can wait for further develop- Â¬ ments The groom was Volncy Nickell the bride was by rcuvon of her light Shadcr always known as form Woolery They aro now on their wed Â¬ ding tour for Illinois The primary election passed off quietly nt this place last Saturday resulting in tho nomination of T N Barker for magistrate and Wilson Crnft for constable in this precinct The following is the nominations made in this county but 1 cannot give the vote at this writing 0 J McKenzie judge I V Kose attor-Â¬ ney A O Peyton jailor Sanford Davis clerk J D Phipps sheriff W A Fugett assessor A C Nickell sr coroner Moses Turner assessor BlUltT Â¬ Â¬ 12 W SHORT STREET LEXINGTON Regular MoniB 25 conts KY Dinntr 10 u in to 8 p m MoiiIb to ordor nt all hours Suppor from 5 to 9 p m Breakfast from 5 to 9 a m vOysters Lamb Fries Fish and Ohicken a Specialty xrs XitSXUAUWf Xwjatm1w WOLFE COUNTY IIIIUl llOIIIN t PJ5a-5-feo-- S Born to the wife of John W Fletcher on the 25th of July a girl C B Terrill bought a saddlo horso of Jno T Graham for S0 Itevs Taylor and Pence aro holding a protracted meeting hero this week Hon T C Hollon visited friends in Breathitt last Saturday and Sunday C Bond John L Terrill It L Alos and William Hollon aro in Morgan this week HAZEL i GREEN i ACADEMY SEPTEMBER 3 1 i SESSION OF 1804 95 tfir FIRST A TERM BEGINS MONDAY complete Faculty that is in sympathy with tho educational interests of Eastern Kentucky Studies in all departments of school work carried on KXPKN8KB t3 V w lOH TWKNTY WltKKS 1 John Tyra of Powell county is visit Â¬ ing the families of E B and G WTyra this week Miss Susie Lykins begnn her school nt this place Monday July 23d with sev- Â¬ eral in attendance I L Williams pa mo up from Estill county this week to see his best girl ono more time Come again Lee J W Congleton went to the burial of Ira Drakes on the 28th who died at his home near Campton ou tho 27th W T Gose of Gilliuore was here last Saturday and Sunday getting up a singing school in which ho had success Â¬ Matriculation Hoard 1 00 1AJ I 111 lll Music per lesson 35 One half payable in advance Deduction for slekncNs protracted two weeks or more Free scholarships to one pupil from each of twenty counties Knroll the first day and apply yourself and you will Join with all in say ing Hazel Green Academy is tho best and cheapest school in Eastern lllllll tt 10 00 vttitt I 1J ttttM 4 al VU Â¬ Kentucky u lf parents or guardlanR have dauphtsrs they want to put In a firflt olHsa first LMiulu school tliev should write us for particulars before iirraiiLltitr to We can educate young men and young women for about ho nd elsewhere hall what it would cost in the ltluc grass We will compare with any of them Semi for Catalogue for particulars pj j Dr W S Maddox has gone to Knott county on professional business If we dont have plenty of rain soon tho Iiu City IocalM m - WML TT flttTRTI TtitYnrtfiinT v jv wmu ijj ii v wi w 3w - m i mr fWSn TRAINING SCHOOL MT STERLING KY KENTUCKY This school ontors upon its fifth yonr in September nnd it is bo liovod Unit no other school in tho stato if in tho ontiro south has infc with such remarkable success in so short a timo Tho wholo secirait lies in tho fact that EACH BOY IS TRAINED ACCORDING TO HIS NEEDS I and trainod bv ono of tho best Faculties in tho stato fJfYOU OWE YOUR BOY AN EDUCATION Why not givo him TUB BEST 1 You can educate your boy but once thoroforo do it right Boarding pupils under ho immediate supervision of tho Superintendent and Sond for elegant cataloguo Faculty MILITARY DISCIPLINE Major C W FOWLER Superintendent s TATE follows WWRT UOLLEGE OF KENTUCKY Opens SEPTEMBER 10th 1894 Thirty Profossors and Instructors Eight Coursos of Study as Agricultural Scientific Biological Civil Engineering Mo chanical Engineering Veterinary Classical Normal School County appointees received free of tuition Board in dormitories 225 poc week in private families H50 to For catalogues apply to 1 JAS K PATTERSON Ph President LEXINGTON KY D CALDWELL COLLEGE nT Pi Pi r DANVILLE FOR YOUNG KY WOMEN Two College Courses In Latin Cireok Math Modern LaiiKiiaceN etc leading to A and II S degrees Thirty lliltli year opens aejit 12 1MM AddienH C A CAMlllELL President 1521 IV V N mYY Yl 1 n YY 11 Y 1 Pi 16 Boils at Once A jiata 7 i I f n ytMr n acknowledged to lie the bcNtlocaU pniiiiHiieii lu Kentucky aulmurihe now and uccure I1llr mi tnc goon tniuLs it will contain this year s y H linini POK Boiiege ACADEMY OF THE VISITATIOH KOIl hYOUWG LADIES Mt x Admirnbilos White Sulphur Ky-Thls institution under the direction of- the tiistois of tho Visitation 11 V M is tfr uaieu in a ucaiiuy unci unuitiiiiJ local ty oV This school now nt the head of Colleges the well known Iiluo Grass lteglou Pot Young Ladies in Kentucky oilers the Here the pupils enjoy tho coinfots oiT liest udvaulages to purtiits wishing to edu home far removed from tho distractiona fi cate their littilitcis well a city and can uounequeutly with greater Comlortnhlc rooms good fare and the hest facility avail themselves of tho ndvuiittiguy of tcncliinu Prices iifodeiutc allbrded of a thorough enuoation For catalogues or information write to Terms rcatt nahle Muslu Crayon a4l Painting extra IIousu is heated by ateauti REV C POPE President apparatus For itirther jiarticulars addrwu Sisters of tho Visitation B V V MILLKHSllUKG KY 1427 1318 TOep WBW Â¬ -- ri rTWBCT JAY-EYE-S-EE Mr V W Stowtill Wllmnt C wni 9TMENT i 8 Duk I llooil ft Co Lowell Mass About four pnr3Roniy wlfo was troubled with salt rlioum Although wo tried nearly everything It not worse Instojul of hotter niuj nnreiKl out both of her linntls no that sho could hardly uso thorn Finally sho commenced to iiso Hoods Sarsnparilutniiduhoiiiiiiu had Uiken two bottles her hands wore entirely healed nad ahu has not since been troubled In December 1832 my neck wns covered with bolls of a There wero sixteen of them at onco and as soon ns they healed othorn would break out My neck llanlly bccauio covered with ridges and Mn J I OAfltt Hickory Grove Farm horaa Itucluo Wis trnynt Alter trylnx of ovory known rotnudy 1 remuvctt a largo liuneli Si or two years kuiixiiuk irotn a ii ywir oiu miy tvuu uiroo uppiicaiiona 01 Jny-ICyo-H- Scrofulous Nature lienrtlly recoiumoml It to all ilortetna We hav hundred of such tcttlmonial Prlce81S0 per tintfle Aalc your druggist for It If li of Itlstliobestpropnrntlonl lmvopveruRodorheurdi 1 PS CO dot not kwjp UboikI us 25c kOBUABK BJKAZaJHtu W II KVUY tuuiit or silver fur trUtl box WllitcIiMl N JT I then commenced taking Hoods Sarsa pardn and after taking four bottles the bolls had all healed and tho scars have disappeared I rocommendod Hoods Sarsnimrllla to all suffering from any disorder of the blood F W H iTwku Wllmot South Dakota noari HoodssvCures M Â¬ Hoods Pills act easily yet promptly efflcUutly ou the Uver and bow tU aCc Tlio lending liouso for FANCY DRY GOODS FURNISHENTGF GOODS und NOTIONS Alwarys havo Big Drivw Specinl ntUaUon tad to Mail Ordors f 165 O IKD8HttfflKCINCINNATI O 167 Race Street - s m - w lit iiii rt - J I t a tin i immttnammttmmnkkBS uumkmUi jr 1 wift tl - ill iAhmMM 33JS srf i Vi 5 MPJJWiWWWPiTM i- wW TiiWWWBWIIEiAWKilW M o IfXKOKR COOPER Editor 1 k A CniniiHlen itf Ilirnvotitton There novor wiw in all the lilntory of tho country u campaign of persecution equal in blttornersa and vituperation to tho present oncugnlnRtMr Hreckinrldgo From tho very incipiency of tlio charge ttmt that fjucon of arfventurcHCH Mlns Pollard intimated there was a hue and cry that went up from the Htuouldering cmbcre of long allayed enmity and dis appointment from men who in their full clonic of hypocrirty had professed to bo his friend and others not ho politic that fairly amazed every man who had within his heart one i park of brotherly love who believed in extending some sympathy to a brother in the time of trial Churches wero worked up preacher jumped into the political arena mothers mid slaters wcro goaded into public meet ings and riglrt in his town the city of Lexington before his trial wi s ended theso conspirators invited his bitterest enemy to speak in his condemnation protest meetings and meetings clothed in the sacred mantle of Christianity presid ed over by learned and professed unions sudors of a forgiving Savior wore held and they with equal alacrity of tho loudest mouthed hoodlum united in tho cry of Crucify him Nothing was left Â¬ Â¬ 1 a ft K V h undone to creato this unjust prejudice Bo bold did many of bin enemies become that at ono time any ouo who expressed a feeling of regret or sympathy for him were almost if not quite insulted After working tho Pollard black mail to its fullest ox tout ns she hersolf confessed to nothing less it was found inadequate to satisfy their ravenous appetiten and tho press moro especially of Chicago and Louisville wero put to work to rake the coals of his privato character The Chi cngo Union Club that so bitterly assailed him for refusing to voto rl00000 of tho peoples money away for the Worlds Fair saw thoir opportunity and tilled the newspapers full of what they proposed to do and if possible add to his humiliation by dropping bis iiamo from a roll ho had novor requested it to be put on Tnlr Diilt s fiir Hit Tho press- - further reported that in tho Tho following are the dates of meet house of congress bo would not be allow Â¬ ings of Kentucky fair this year as far ed to act ati chairman to which lie had as heard from been elected Dirty filthy lies were cirNichulasville Aug 7 days culated through the district of his private Eminence Aug 8 I days life of ovory conceivable character so Uniontown Aug M i days monstrous and vile that they wero nelf Versailles Aug 11 I days evidenco of slaudor When every avenue Columbia Aug 21 days seemed exhausted a mouldy old slander Winchester Aug 215 days was resurrocted and a IT S senator aj Sholbyville Aug 21 I days pealed to as authority It didnt take Lexington Aug 285 days long to disprovo this and in a manner Madisonville Aug 28 I days that startled his bitterest foe It was Franklin Aug 2it 4 days tho last straw that broke tho camels HAZEL GKEEX SEPT I I DAYS back Tho public bad borne-- enough of Bowling Green Sept I 6 days such stuff it had been piled on too fast Bardstown Sept I f days and heavy it could bear no moro and Paris Sept 4 r days tin wholo load tottered and dumped it Paducnh Sept 115 days solf back on the crowd from which it Elizabothtown Sept 11 days cnnio Men who had romained quiot Horso Cave Sept IS days havo declared openly for Mr Breckin Sharpsburg Sept 18 f days ridge tlioy have at least been awakened Owensboro Oct days to tho origin and meaning of tho crusade Germantown Oct l I days against him and by tho eternal have Papers that are now publishing this owod to bo no party to such an assassina- - list will confer a favor by inserting the ion Fair men good democrats who be- - date of our fair liovo in fair play have rallied to him and o Aunnnt luonliij OolitoHt will elect him by an overwhelming maTlio Weekly Courior Touraal has with jority It is no timo to cry county pride ilrawii its offor of 1100 to bu givtit to in cither Scott or Owen it is simply a question of whether democrats aro to aiibrtoriberrt who couhl inline tho hottest Htnntl by nud seu a fellow democrat who day in August ami guess closest to the has given tho best years of his life in and digest temperature on that day This out of conirrcs to his people and party action was taken because of the serious assassinntod nud retired in shame to sat Â¬ interruption of mails caused by the great isfy tho faunticism of tho pharisee tho railroad strike A simple and liberal disappointment of the ollico scokor the guessing contest on tho November con desires of tho republicans and the raven gressional elections is now being preparous appctitoof tho slanderer This is not ed and will be announced by the Weekly a time to defeat him but is a timo when Courier Journal shortly no man can possibly stand a ghost of a My boy was taken with a disease re nhow for succeeding him Tho Owon sombliiig bloody llnx Tho first thing I News thought of was Chamberlains Colic Â¬ 1 1 Â¬ 1 1 Mnrkctl Men General Booth commenced his career in a pawnbrokers shop in England Kichard Travellick tho labor orntor has been stricken with paralysis nud it is thought ho will never bo able to appear on the platform again Dr Jcorgo A Newman of Ccder Falls tho new commander of the Iowa depart ment of tho jtrnml army was a member of tho sixth Now York cavalry during three yenrs of tho wnr Quartermaster Kdwnrd A Simondshns just completed his fiftieth year ns a mombci of the Salem cadets n continu Â¬ ance of service unparalleled in the annals of the militia of Mnsnehusctls Uncle Dick Thompson the hale old veteran of tho Wabash has been a groit lover of tobneco all his lifetime and now in hisngo he smokes from 10 to JOchmrs a day and fills in the odd moments with an old pipe Representative Burrows has undergone a metamorphosis at the hands of the con gressional barber by having his beard Mnny old members declare trimmed ho benrs n striking resemblance to the lato Gen ral Grant Adrian Buekalew of Stillwater Mich is probably tho most remarkablo deaf man in the world No matter how loud it is spoken he cannot hear a word that contains tho nasal sound of M but he can hear a whisper if it is sibilant Senators Sherman and Hoar and ex Secretary Kvarts nro nil related Tho latter two aro double cousins both on their fathers and on their mothers side and when Mr ISvarts was a youth Sena tor Hoars father was his guardian Samuel B Arnold who was implicated in tho project to abduct President Lin coln in 80r and sentenced to the Dry Tortugas for life being afterward pardon ed by President Johnson is now keeping a meat stall in tho IJroadway market Bat ti more Prince Ito tho Japnncso premier is called by his countrymen tho Bismarck of Japan Ito who is a manikin physically compared to Bismarck saw and talked with tho latter during a visit to Europe and has since been copying his character and methods Dr W E S Kales of New York vice consul to Amoy under ex Consul Bedloe has been reappointed for four years and will servo under Consul Kemper Mr Fales who was a fair Chinese scholar before going abroad can now talk the lan guage fluently Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Hair Vigor Kestores faded thin and gray hair to its original color texture and abundance prevents it from falling out cheeks tendency to baldness and promotes a new and vigorous growth A clean safe elegant and economical hair dressing AYERS Stemuel Fire Extiuff uisler AND Everywhere Popular Nino months after having the ty Â¬ phoid over my head wns perfectly bald 1 wns induced to try Ayers Hair Vigor nud before I hnd used half n bottle tlio hnir begnu to grow Two more bottles brought out ns good a head of hair ns over 1 had On my recommendation my brother William Craig inndo uso of Ayers Hair Vigor with tho biiiiio good Stephen Craig 832 Cbnrlotto results St lMiiladelphin Pa 41 - SAVE YOUR HOUSE xtoox w iA yJV1 JJJ CHEAP SIMPLE KELIABLE Qtl HANDY IM M Mwmi IiiMirmuo iuiiv cover actual lo of goods burned but it does not pnv fur time and trade lost while re establishim PBEVENT THE KIKE WITH A STEMPEL business 1 1 Ayers Hair Vigor rrcparnt Aver Ac Co Lowell Main bold by DruKKlaia Everywhere XT SPENCER COOPER Hazol Green Ky Morgan Counties jWTnll nml soo tho Iittlo Womlor tmmmmmkMmvmwww agent for Wolfe and tvlrTO TJKIAII3SBJ Best Set of Teeth Teeth Extracted USAMMs i 4 1 UtonH Wall Xn v w Used for Filling jukI Extracting bqju Without Fain or Danger1 i IS v rywx fl-Y- 900 25 cents 3 Vitalized Air Administered 50 cents I JgOp i Mf vm i y fAA yKSI I - - f s yjkWisy W j Vx i vWfW K m to tlio hands of any but reliable pooplo whon you aro looking for Wo aro tho largest CLOTHING house in Central Ken tuck v and make a specialty of 700 and 10 Suits AVith every suit for Mo nw COX KY Over Opera House LEXIXGTOX i vY -- 1 B H HODGEN D D S Manager RaTALL WORK CUAPwVNTEED 1 1 Benin ifte leai Lot your first entry bo a resolution not to buy until you have seen us for W guaranteed lovor niovo mont dust proof WATCH AND CHAIN ihkk White Hall wo givo a Carpets Curtains Rugs --A MiSrP I GRAVES CO jI Oil Cloths Mattings 2 LEXINGTON Â¬ You will run no ehaneo Things aro what they seem There will bo no disappointments in store for you YIT0R 17 K B0GACRT HUGH HICKS MANAGER 7 Â¬ mamiraG t unno Jeweler N Broadway LEXINGTON KY Short Street LEXINGTON KY Diamonds Wntcho3 and Jewelry Roliublo G001I3 Fftir Donling nnd Bottom Prico3 All Goods and Work Guarnntood I Kd M1TCHBIXX DEALER IX HARDWARE QUEENSWARE TINWARE John trom the 1UI Rose Shoes of And a Full Line of Agricultural Implements Mitchell Ynons Owensboro Wan ons -- HAZKIi 5KKKN KY Is tlio only firm in tlio town which linn illos the jiutly uelohmtotl 1 Boots and C wholosnlo Iioiihu McCormiek Hinders and Alowers A hiteleys Solid Steel Binders and Mowers Repairs kept in stock for McCormick Vhitclcy and Champion lachinery Granger and Tiger Hay Rakes Avery and Malta Double Shovel Plows A ri 1 1 Â¬ 25 P Tracy CoM PORTSMOUTH OHIO CrVhoit von want the 11KST footwens give him a mil pOMHS HOUSE The Best and Cheapest Cook Stoves and Ranges on the Market aueensware at Cut Throat Prices MANTELS AND GRATES lMie CAMlTON KY Â¬ J U IIOLLON PuoiMtiirroit Tho piitronauO of the traveling public is respoetfully toluituil Talilu the host nud every attention to tlio comfort of jjuestn Fanners Friend fi Sterling Ky everyone will want to clean A FLOYD IJY11D Campton Ky W North Maysvillo Street i i n vs it is opringume ot course ATTORNEY-AT-LA- Â¬ Â¬ S Abstracts of title furnished eolloe tions inmlo and prompt returns guaranteed Connected with the law firm of Wood - Pnv MtbtcrngRy in civil paotlct A- house and must have A New Campton Hazel Green know an old soldier who had chron Â¬ ic liarrhcett of long Mantling to havo boon permanently cured by taking Cham berlains Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea I Â¬ Edward Shumpik a druggist of Minnenpolin Min prominent I havo sold the remedy in this ncxtH over ecveu years and consider it city for anporior to any other medicino now on 25 the markot for bowel complaint GO cent bottles of this remedy for Mtid You can relieve that headache you TTU m1 by John If lioao have by buying a box of IMegrimine at will only cout The Hon Albert Souton Horry of Kon TK Heham oilice It iaiw td Hi fillMt man in concrciM Uo 60 cents and is sold on a positive guar Jlomedy ways id Cholera and Diatrluva llmucdy Two irw nul flaSS Film tllfO HoilSO tho matter and cured nud itlistmets of title lurnUheA on short ClUl tllUl doses of it settled I heartily recom H him hound and well of Cnvpols in Eastern mend this remedy to all persons snllering w Wo Ivtost and at rook bottom riwa D MOORE v from a like complaint I will answer any VJ WITH sco us at inquiries regarding it when stamp U in BEN WILLIAMSON CO F mt V JM sTU ir IHI If TAT TTI closed I refer to any county ollieials as c Wm Koach J P to my reliability OATLI3TT8BURG KY Priinroy Campbell Co Tenn For sale Solo ntcnoy for South llcntl PIhwh by John M ltoso i Â¬ r irwr -ATTOUXEYS-AT-LAW JOHNSON SWANGO 0arpet Qr Mattingi Window Shades or House Furnishing Goods Siirii as Bedroom Suits Cheap Bedstead i118 M Phnoc WthEg tiat vol n He iJ 41 Y ft-lV Si MASONIC TEMPLE JJV OUlU LU Lua anl i0 Hardware Cutlery J P LOOK H ART m W mWM m C m u- Mt Sterling Ky MT - v mi 7 inuhw in hcijthU I an tee 3iB5 30KKTTIST XEL KY TRIMBLE BROTHER i irrMi t iXWSm JJaiUliliJ STERLINg7kY kAfoA 1fe ISg V-f-- V -- r r v W jasmmri if A 2P i V k JL i ti HP y I V UWHUHWIIHUMIMHMa II IIIUIIIII W mmmmmdmfmimm leiARD CHAPTER X r MSLcoLAJoHIiToli Cpyriqht leoaBYrfB UPPtNCoTT cpmpany j Â¬ COXTINtKD t iVn sr v M k K She looked for several minutes at his evident embarrassment and then in n tone almost masouline wild Ive been supposing that at least you hnd been so expecting and I wanted both to know that my wish was for the speedy fulfillment of your expectations If in tltis I was mis taken the ease is indeed an unhappy one I dont think you can doubt that Hannah would marry yon if you were to ask her If you do not she is to be Oh Mr Amcrson riiined you put wrong more than one wrong upon your brother which will have to bo u toned for ill some way The dear boy died not knowing the kind and extent of some of it and without suspicion of what would have seemed to his generous nature far the greatest During his life playing upon the weakness of his wife whose loyalty he was too pure himself to suspect you to what ex tent you corrupted it only you two I did hope and the Creator know that the feeling you had for her might after my death be made honorable by legitimate sanction As it is oil Hannah poor Hannah Thats all I have to say now please ask them to come back He knew then that either she had witnessed the garden scene or that it had been reported to her by one of the servants He could not but feel the shame yet he was thankful that his afpprelienslons were groundless that she had asked for the interview for the purpose of threatening exposure of what she knew about the pretended destruction of the will Without ask Â¬ ing his leave she sent a messenger to Hannah begging to see her once more It was a blessing she did so In a brief conversation they came to un derstand each other fully When told how Cullen had died the invalid said Oh Hannah you Messed be Cod have taken out of my heart the thorn that pained the deepest and my dear child 1 have prayed earnestly that Cullens family may recover what lias I trust it will been taken from them bo so I cannot foresee how but I know that tiod regards with peculiar watchfulness the things done to widow hood and orphanage Thats all I can say I am thankful that you and Mr Amcrson will never marry but Han- nah dear I hope that when the doings in all that unhappy affair are brought to light you will try to see that lie has some chance to avoid absolute ruin in this world and in the next At her death her husband shed some real tears The brother and sister went away in continued ignorance of the greatest miseries which he had in llicted upon her who now was beyond their sympathy and help Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ people that takus drinks at m counter 1 rather fel like its my duty to try and protect em agln bln hauled up for what they thoughtless might say when taking of my drinks Yit if anything happen that I can help Hannah that her mothwr is my own dear cousin in a way tliats perfect fair and lionorble Ill let you know Im jest as sorry for Hannah as I can be ami my opinion of Wiley Amcrson is that hes the crowdinest man on them thatll let liim they is in the whole of lialdln county If anything happen to Hannahs advantage in a way that s fair and lionorble Ill let you know about it Hut 1113 advice to you would be to study up Owen Car ruthers that know more of Wiley Am ersons business than any other man either in the town or in tho county Little account if Owen be in geuil hes one not to talk agin anybody special them as has been good to him and he have to be squeezed like a body nave to squeeze a red grasshopper to get the molasses out of him Yit when he answers at all he answers tho truth nigh as he can come at it Tliank you Ous althougli I didnt come in for that purpose 1 believe Ill take a julep Dont you take it without you feci like it Mr Dabney Why of course I feol like it or I wouldnt have asked for it What do Mr Dabney exceptin of be paid for what little help I can be to Hannah Jus dont misunder- Â¬ Come now stand me Dont make the julep if you think Im trying to buy you Keally 1 dont care for it but as I happened to be in here I thought Id take it Ive got enough confidence in you to be Â¬ lieve that it would tnke nothing be yond your sense of right to make you willing to liolp anybody that you believe to have been wronged beg your pardon Mr Dabiuw Then talcing especial pains he made up as nice a thing of that sort as a nian ever drank in that or any other I Nothing dont want to Â¬ 1 his admiration for ifer to tile degree tltat if found necessary he would marri lier with small delay My dear Hannah he said not a littlo embarrassed Ivo been wanting very much to see you How nro you Hannah I never saw you look better Always at the front in design Im very well I suppose It was on style and quality of our business you wiuhed to mo mo M Why yes somo littlo lluslncss business but I also wanted to talk to you ubuut other things among them a jvE3wtcflPivntK message that poor Julia left for you one answered nis 1001c witn one which showed she knew tlie value In a TUBULAR STEEL MOWER mans eyes of such a woman as lierself ami was neither surprised nor dis Â¬ with latest improvements we call pleased at tho admiration now ex- Â¬ hibited attention of farmers to their great A message from Sister Julial Id strength durability and light like to hour that first Wonderful the gift In women oven draft tliose not mueli cultured and not fa Â¬ Our sales show that they are miliar in the worlds artificial ways to act for deilnito purposes strange parts hay rake unexcelled bend for Catalogue Heforo hearing further words excus ing lierself prettily slio roso and re- Â¬ WALTER A WOOD MOWING AND REAPING MACHINE COi tired to another room where before tlie mirror slio put another ornamental something upon lier neck and shoul ders Returning and reseating lierself she looked at him as if she hoped the message meant good for both Well She spoke between archness and becoming solemnity Julia wanted me to bring tlie mes Â¬ sage soon after that Is tliat was lier request Why didnt you bring it tlien Casting down lier eyes with her hand ENCLOSED GEAR REAPER HARVESTER AND BINDER she brushed at an invisible mote upon her shining black silk gown Well more embarrassed ho con- Â¬ See Mt tinued the truth is Hannah it was of a kind that I thought perhaps youd rather not hoar It quite yet although she made a point of asking mo not to put it off stopping to consider what people might havo to say about such things taking place sooner than some For the benefit of the ltidlcn fo Hiuel Green and vlclnllv I hnvo opened a GKNEIIAL miglit liave expected in the circum- Â¬ FURNISHING HOODS STOUK at aiv rosld 1100 in llarel Green and will carry a com plete line of the following articles which will he fcold at the LOWEST MUCKS via stances Sllu Ladles Gloves She could not repress the deep blush Indlis Hutu mini iiiii VlviD Underwear Handkerchiefs llihhoiix Ladies Toiluts Cwrlig Irons Hat Triininlti suffused her check Mistaking Its Woolen DrcNMc Goods that Whale Hones Untaxing laints cause ho felt exceeding glad Gin clianis Liiwno 1V0 Wlialudlniie Casings Silk Laces Mack and white Hrushingaway her tears she asked Muslins White Goods Luces Knihrnidericf1 Ladies Slippers Can you tell me her reason for such Dress Shields Corsets Veilings InfiuitaCups Complete lino of Hosiery Kliistios etc etc Umbrellas Towels anxious haste and whether it was Dress TrliiiinhigH mostly on your account or on mine Buy Your Hats ol Me and Got Thorn Trlmmod Froe of Charge On account of liotli Hannah Julia My stock will emhrace every article of Ladles wear in tlie latest style just from the seemed to liavu found out somehow I will also do DlllCSS city as well us ninny other notions too numerous to mention feeling had for you the MAKING and will cut and iniiku drises to suit the hard time prices Uest system of Hut what about me From what enttinu hv the Haddington Cutting Machine which was awarded lirst premium at tho you bay slie must havo believed tliat Worlds fair 18WI JMVMiss LUIIA ItAWLINGS of Covington Ky well and ftivora hlv known to the Indies of this vicinity will he my assistant Your tiailu is respectfully all I needed from you was the asking solicited and satisfaction guaranteed Very respectfully t Some paleness took the place of tlie redness that now retired from lier Mrs FRED DAY face Tlie bearing down of her eyes upon him seemed to confound liim so WALTER fft2j 1 1894 A WOODS 1 MOWERS HAY RAKES REAPERS and BINDERS t Â¬ W W REED Sterling Ky for prices aw if Ate fits smi Â¬ 1 ivt 1 j I CIIAPTKK XIL IUif fJ The two plantations the large tract adjoining Cullens and another on the river having been purchased by Pearce Amcrson after the execution of the will did not pass by it and to that ex- Â¬ tent he had died intestate Dabneys counsel had been for Cullen to apply for letters of administration although knowing that as the law prefers al wajs a sole administration to a joint much more to two divided and hostile Wiley if he should contest the applica tion must prevail In such event Dab ney hoped for some result if no other than increased exasperation of the public mind by the way he meant to discuss his conduct in the courthouse If lie did not contest it would evince fear or at least a sense of weakness Then it would be well to make the issue as distinct and as hostile as possible so that people would think and talk about it freely Already he had alluded to the will several times on the streets in the hearing of town and count people and been pleased at the sight of their indignation lie wasnot a lawyer of distinguished ability but he was studious courageous vigilant and entirely honorable Cullen be cause of his affection for Wileys wife had resolved to make no public move Â¬ ment during the remainder of her life which lie foresaw must be brief His lawyer when not occupied with theaf t fairs of other clients went upon what deer shooters call still hunts wherein without the sound of halloo iiud hound quarries may sometimes be stolen upon Cullen s death iutensiued Jus interest in the case He did not ask of One day himself all thu reasons thinking what sort of man Jus Illicit els was lie went into the Hig Indian j Tho owner being alone he said to hiur Gus Im sure you pitied union Amcrson in being put out in tho cold by his fatlier and that you sympathizo wltli tho widow and child It occurred to mo tliat occasionally between cups as they say you might licar Mil DAUNKY DONT THINK ITS MY tilings that it would bo worth wlillo to DU8INK88 make a note of If you do with cold quick in- Â¬ Mr Dabney I dont thought to uso and delude according answered terruption ho to IiIb purposes of every sort may have think Its my business to try and pump gotta n beyond Jijs power quickened Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ county On Tuesday of the following week in the Southern Recorder a Milledge ville weekly newspaper appeared ap plications by Hannah Amcrson for letters or guardianship of her son lcarce and for similar of administration de bonis 11011 as such matters are styled in the law on the estate of lcarce Amcrson lately deceased When these were noticed by Wiley Amcrson he smiled with some scorn After read nig them again and again he blamed himself for not sooner going to Hannah This lie would have done but for supposing she preferred he should keep away until after a decent interval In his calculations about her marriage had been given not much tiiougVt mostly because he did not regard it as necessary and partly because of the ercumbrance of her child who some day would become a man Not doubt ingthatslie would marry him on the asking lie regarded this movement as an indication of fretftiluess at his de lay and a threat that unless he mar- Â¬ ried her he might expect troublesome litigation Therefore he decided to call upon her and seowliatwas to be seen Tlie next week his wife liaving been dead something over four months under pretense of somo business at tlie further place on his return htf came to the gate alighted fastened his horse to one of the trees and went into tlie house Hannah noting as he passed had prepared herself for the visit which she was sure lie would pay Never had she looked more lovely Her widows garb with the tasteful wliite cap and cape worn by married women of the period set off her com plexion and llgure to excellent ad- Â¬ vantage A sudden suspicion raised by her manner that sliu whom ho Â¬ tfN3 Ifjy M NKVKK BAW YOU LOOK HUTTKU Iw3 HOFFMANS Ajfifl 111 iS vSK MiJ ft m FIRE K LIFE Kentucky ACCIDENT Bates Reasonable Â¬ T The in Eastern rPiPYifmiM Safest Best and MOSiJ RELIABLE Agency ASSETS OVER LOSSES PAID Address A HOFFMAN 26000000 27500000 Ml Sterling Ky Â¬ Wixter 1 Bait K ENEMIES THREE 7 WINCH KsTIi v Â¬ Â¬ Sill X i Then according to your notion 50000 Sister Julia who in all her previous Capital lifetime kept herself outside of schemes J F COX of every sort undertook while on lier FLOYD DAY Cashier President deathbed one for you and for me and even as you say was anxious about No Ihuik in Kiidtern Kentucky has better It vaults nor better facilities for keeping your Why Hannah you you kuow what account Managed entirely hv homo people who know you and who are alwayu ready to sort of woman Julia was Yes she answered looking upward accommodate you rOloney to loan on reasonable rates I knew lier partly before reverently Call on us hur last swift decline but not until then did I know how far she was above the lot In which slie lived That K Gouniy HBiionai Bonk her end was not long ago I suppose was because the good God meant to show to lier what for His sake she MAIN STREET WINCHESTER KY could endure Knowing tlie blessed ness of suffering to an innocent spirit JOHN Y IIKAN President He let it fall upon her in many ways H F CURTIS Cashier but the sorest pang no doubt was when sho was led tobuspect something Capital 200000 Surplus 5100000 between you and mo That it should liave moved lier to feel and to express Undivided Profits 35000 hucJi a wisli as you report sliowed tliat Organized 1805 being he oldest bank in slio was absolutely ripe for tho King- Â¬ Collection mado on all points I would wonder at h e county dom of Heaven your repeating her words to mo except and your baslnem solicited tliat from wliat I know of you I could not wonder at anything you would do T JAMES HOTEL on the line of compassing any purpose of your own Fourth Street nenr Main Her calmness wan as of one disposed CINCINNATI O almost to smile Â¬ and oilers its customers every facility and plied Why of course Hannah Julia I the most liberal tonus within the limits of legitimate lianklnj oclltlly dont know what reason site had for it but she seemed to bwlieve that that you and I both would bo likely that Clay National is in time that both of us might think such a thing in all the circuui CLAY CITY KY stances the best thing to do unexpected was the attitude taken by N II WITHKUSPOON President her IMflietiltUs in his mind having U I HLJNTKK Cashier appertained only to calculations as to what would he best for himself doubt CapiluT 20000000 suddenly raised added to the sight of Paid up her beauty which never before had Surplus 0000000 seemed so enticing created and every This Hunk solicits the aeeoiintH of iuer moment stimulated eagerness to have eluuitH fanners traderH and htiHiiicxs men her Jiluudcring in ids words liu re- generally throughout ICusteru Kentucky Â¬ generally hart to contend Wo iuc roLMilarly cotifltimtH hia strength but often pays for what it takes WoitttY HfjhtH the catullo at tho other end and never paya at all Dibkabk tie bin hamln and deprives hitn of power of rcHiHtance Who can number the thousands thin tnidity trio For veara wo have fought these oonmuneraof life with lifeV own weapon the air we breathe mado Htrongor for tho combat by tho aid and skill of modern Hcicnce Our ihero arc with which the weak peiaon OVERCOME BY Ci Bail COMPOUND OXYGEN restored strength quieta tho nerves nntl expela IUchhch Proof that will convince nil who reason in ollerod free to all who suflbr Send tin your ndtlrcHs DHS STlUtKFA PALEN 1529 Arch St Philadelphia Pa mm -- lJOStttter St Sun FraudIbco Cfll Crtroata and Trndo Mnrki obtained and nil Pat tint tiuslnoim conducted for Moderate Our Office Is Opposite US Patent Qftfee and wo can soruro patent In Ices time than thoee remote from Wohlnxton Bond inodol drawing or photo with descrip- Â¬ tion V o ndvUo If patentable or not free of cuarup Our foo not Una till patent Is eeer4 A Pamphlet How to Obtain Pateata with names oractua clients in your b tat e eoHtjrw town eent free Address St- - CASNOWCO t OepeiHe Pateat OMw WasMaotM 0 continued next week Jft Tho Herald Is only 100 a year It 1IHOOK8 Proprietor New naihlhigl Gas and Klwtrle MgalT Electrlo Elevatorl Heated threMf knt whk 4fGKO WUHKllH HONrf MRHBgers Hot Water HrHatw 1200 a Day Ncr busbies eeHterand dejwt Cetttt Mi atf W The patronage of Wolfe and Morgan counties solicited we BMiwtfully 8 R BROOKi s HOTEL LELAHD Lexington Ky BMfc mm rTisMiSiisfsi w aaWrWPrWB MM TPwiaaaaaaaaaaMaaPaMaTSwawsiSwwssBaswsaMSSsssaw niair w n m i i jja r SFn iiisW MTJftSaWl wtawrfiIUJSS3 STV yfjmi ir- - w -- - g nyi l U J KJ ii IIJ Ttt I J fifrtt All HUM EXftlBITlOU Of Ttt 1 AHA I nHAAH VaIH I ELY WILL BE HELD ON THEIE GKOUNDS HAZEL GREEN September 4th 5th 6th and 7th 1894 fr i Ii 8 I i i v 91 I I P3Sggg tf frtr kLmmmwssa 2V 2 00 Bost Fruit Cako 2 00 2 50 Bost Loaf Light Broad 2 00 2 SO Bost Jar Honey Comb 2 XI 2 50 Boat Sugar Cano A dozen stalks 2 00 2 50 Largost and bost Cabbage dozen heads 2 00 2 50 Largost and bost Bots A dozen hotuls 2 IX 2 50 Bost Specimen Produce from ono farm 5 00 5 00 Largost and bost Gourd 2 00 5 00 Bost Groon Beans A bushol 2 00 5 00 Nicest Calico Quilt 2 00 10 00 FAsTKST Thottku Horso Maro or Golding tfflT 5 00 year and undor 2 1500 7 to 1st 5 to 2d 3 to 3rd 10 00 Half mile boats bost 2 in 3 5 to fill 8 to start 5 00 Fastkst Tkottek Maro or Golding Purso 100 5 00 50 to 1st 80 to 2d and 20 to 8d Milo boats bost two 5 00 in throe five to fill and throo to start All trotting 1 m 7v Morning i II I I XS n V q i I 01 1 FIRST DAY Host Lnmb Bost Buck mi ago or brood 15 wo any ago or brood Malo Hog any ago Fomalo I Tog any ago Pair Pigs pigged in 1801 Morning Bost Cako THIRD DAY 1 a 4 j Bost Best Bost Bost Bost Stoor Calf undor 12 months old Bost Iloifor Calf undor 12 months old Boat Bull Calf uirdor 12 months old to 2nd Boat Bull any ago 0 to 1st from I yr to 2 yrs old Boat Iloifor -- 1 Bost Horse Colt 0 to 1st to 2d 10 00 Bost Maro Colt 0 to 1st to 2d 10 jOO Bost Maro 1 yoar and undor 2 0 to 1st 4 to 2d 10 00 Bost Maro 2 years and undor 8 I to 1st 4 to 2d 10 00 Best Horso yoar and undor 2 0 to 1st 4 to 2d 10 00 Bost Horso 2 years and undor 3 5 to 1st 4 to 2d 10 00 Bost Gentleman Hidor 10 0 to 1st 4 to 2d Best Lady Rider 10 to 1st 4 to 2d Walk first half milo trot pace or rack socond and run third Purse 10 20 to 1st 12 to 2d S to 8d Sweepstakes for all ages fivo to fill and throe to start -- 1 Ill m 1 s w I m i Bost Cow aify ago 0 to 1st I to 2d Bost Pair Cattlo from to 2 yours old Boat Pair Cattlo from 2 to 8 yours old -- THIRD DAY 1 Aftornoon 9 II 1 Boat on trios for forenoon of ouch day must bo races must bo in harness Pony Rack For horses MA hands and undor mado by 5 oclock a in and by p m for afternoon 25 12 to 1st S to 2d 5 to 8rd exhibits This rulo will bo strictly adhorod to Ono milo boats two in throo five to fill and throo to start Enlranco foos as follows lowit 500 if 100 250 if 50 On purso of On purso of 1 gTAU Pair Cattlo any ago Foot Raco 10 0 to 1st to 2d 200 yards Fastest Trotting Mule in harness 30 15 to 1st 10 to 2d 5 to 3d Half mile boats bost two in throo Vivo fill and throo to start Purso to best Fiujk kok all Trot Horso Maro or Golding any ago Purso 200 100 to 1st 50 to 2d 10 to 3d Mile heats best three in five five to fill and three to start Mulo Raco 15 7 to 1st 5 to 2d 3 to 3d Half milo 00 heats bost two in throo fivo to fill and throo to start -- IL I i 1 M ii 1000 150 ii 11 a ii ii ii ii ii IV ii ii 2000 8000 5000 10000 1 250 375 025 1250 II II u It II II All Floral Hall exhibits froo mado by p m of first day FIRST DAY Aftornoon 200 825 2500 1000 500 050 7500 20000 2500 Entries must bo 1500 SECOND DAY Morning 5 FLORAL UALL EXHIBITS All products must bo of oxhibitors own raising 2 00 bushel Largest and best Irish Potatoes 2 00 Largest and bost Swoot Potatoos AJbushol 2 00 Largost and best Tomatos 1 dozen 2 00 Largest and best Onions bushol 2 00 Lnrgost iiml best JSnrs Corn 4 bushol 2 00 bushel Largost and bost Wheat 2 00 Largest and bost Oats 2 hds out off at top joint 2 00 Largost and bost Applos 4 bushol 2 00 Largost and bost Grapes 1 dozon bunchos 2 00 Largest and bost Watormolon 2 00 Largest and bost Muskmolon or Cantoloup 2 00 Largest and boat Pumpkin or Souash 0 1 pound 2 00 Bost Cake of Buttor not less than 2 00 Handsomest pieoo Patohwork 2 00 Jidlioioat pioco Ruflling and Tucking 2 00 Handsomest Pillow Shams 1 Best Maro or Golding any ago 0 to 1st to 2d 10 00 Bost Pair Mules any ago property of one man 10 10 00 Trot Throo years and under 4 50 25 to 1st 15 to Harness Stallion any ago 10 to 1st 5 to 2d 15 2d 10 to 3d Ono mile heats bost two in Bost Maro or Golding throo- fivo to 15 fill and throo to start Best Saddlo Stallion 15 Slow Raco Chaimo RidorsTW Bost Brood Maro and colt i 15 to all 7 to 1st 5 to 2d 8 to lo jfroo Bost Stallion and 8 of his colts 15 3rd Half milo uunu in uuoe nvo to mi throo to start SECOND DAY Afternoon Fastest Trotting Mulovundor saddlo 15- - 7 to 1st 5 Boat Saddlo Maro or Golding stylo and onduranco to 2d 3 to 3d Half milo heats best two in three live considered 0 to 1st to 2nd 10 00 to fill and throo to start Froe For All Pace Purso 100 50 to 1st 80 to 2d FOURTH DAY Afternoon and 20 to 8rd Milo boats boat two in throo five to fill and throo to start Fastest Pacer 200 100 to 1st 00 to 2d 40 to 8d Trot 2 yoar old and undor 8 Purso 80 15 to 1st Milo heats two in throo fivo to fill and Throo to start 10 to 2d and 5 to8d Half milo boats bost two in throo Free for all Trot 10 Half milo boats best two in II vo to fill and throo to start throo fivo to fill and throo to start Mulo Race Purso 15 7 to 1st 5 to 2d and 0 to 8rd Running Raco free for all 50 25 to 1st 15 fn oi Half milo heats bost two in throo- five to ill and throo 10 to 3d Half mile heats bJst three Ii ii o 0 m to start No mulo will bo oligiblo to any raco that has and throe to start won first money at throo succeeding fairs at this or Mulo Race 15 Half milo boats bost two in any other throo fivo to fill and throo to start 10 1 Best Bost Bost Bost Best Bost Best and finest Mare Mule Colt and finest Horse Mule yr old and undor 2 Mulo 2 yr old and undor 8 Mule any ago lack any ago 1 to 1st 4 to 2d 10 10 u 10 10 1 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 FOURTH DAY Morning 1 0 - ro ni - tu i if 1 fill 1 I - VUll 14h pT- Competition Open Only to the Mountains 1 iI R- - A KASH H F- - PIER ATT Pres- Secv VTV - MBi BKK C3iIAtiI SiSw - Sr lk iMi i V Bitlf aHiii yUMiiM