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Digital page images are linked to the text file. lVWii V rHWIPHPP -- vfr V n SPENCER COOPER Owner and Editor Hazel Green Herald astabliehod March 4 1885 nnd Mndo Famous in tho Colobratod Story of Of a Noisy World With New From All Nation Jonathan and His Continent t Illn Itnck by Max ORell Lumbering tloo 13 1804 A YEAR Always In Ativan TEXT II YEAR HAZEL GREEN WOLFE COUNTY KY THURSDAY AUGUST DEATH OF UNCLE PERRY LACY NUMBER HORSE AND TRACK AVhnt 31 MERCHAfflSttJOBttLOTttME W 137 WHOLESALE ONLY mwl and 139 Race Street Biff Drives in Cincinnati Ohio OLOVmHG 9 S11S9 SMS Send for our Prico List BVO T pfice of Election Â¬ The Gommhnwealth of Kentucky STORE Opera House Block LEXINGTON KY Â¬ H A new and carefully selected Stoek of the LATEST STYLES i Wtt4M4toW444444Ml4 and at prices that defy eonipe- tition B Come and sec us Resnectfully Mrs MAGGIE HOWARD fr0fr0OfrO0 Q WAfiH f4To1 Best to bo had for tho money AND A FINKH GRADE AT 2500 AND UP Fred MANUFACTURING JEWELER 185 E Main St Custom House Square LEXINGTON repairing department KY J Heintz fiSCompetent workmen in our watch POSITIONS GUARANTEED under reasonable condition Our FREE 86 page catalogue will explain why wo can afford it NASHVILLE TNN Book keeptnir Shorthand C Draaguons Practical Easiness College Writo for catalogue Penmanihlp and TeleÂ¬ We spend moro money In the Interest of graphy Sur KinployraentDepartment than half the Business Collegestakc inas tuition 4 wecKscy oqrweiuou teaching book keeping Is equal to 12 weeks by the old plan 1 1 teachers 600 students past year no vacation enter any time Ciuaf Hoard Wo have recently prepared books especially adapted to M- Write ui and explain Sent on 60 d your wants N D Wo pay 95 cash for all va- Â¬ keepers stenographers teachers cancies as book clerks etc reported to us provided we fill saaae HOME STUDY FOR MaaBHHMHHNHMaBMMn PRINTING CATALOGUES MINUTKS KMVKLOPKS IKTTKHIIKAIJS -- J vnHE UltCEil JlAKblJ 4lnkHiuliiercaUHt HERALD OFFICE A that fgotlm up Willi tyiie Anything enn be of voting and published in some news restless and confined him to his bed tho paper printed in the county if such bo greater part of tho time till Friday dressed somo big races No church can neglect tho poor and bo there Tho entries for tho freo for all trot In Testimony Wheueof I have morning August 3d when his wife true to Christ at Terro Ilauto aro Alix 2073 Plxley When he caused theso letters to bo assisted him out of his bed Tho foot of tho cross is tho highest made patent and the seal got out of same and attempted to stand 208 J Bollo Vara 208 and Ryland of the Commonwealth to be on tho floor his left leg gave way nnd ho placo on enrth 207j Directum is not entered angles hko to visit in uie nomo wncrc hereunto affixed Done at sank down after being seal Thoro will bo a raco at tho Fair put back into his Christ is loved J Frankfort the 1st day of QrUunds Saturday week between tho bed It was then discovered for tho first August in tho year of our God never gavo anylwdy tho right to Wells pacing stud and the4 roan trotter Lord one thousand eight timo that that leg from tho hip joint be disagreeable hundred and ninety four down had turned very purple nnd soon of Riloy Stacys A fnst raco is oxpected Backsliding seldom happens in timo of nnd in tho one hundred and becamo us both can go somo considerably swollen ami cold third year of the Commontrial or adversity Mr W 0 Franco has purchasod of and from thence continued to remain so wealth If you havo Gods promiso for a thing Mr E D Wiggiu of Massachusetts tho for tho next 21 hours at which time ho John JYouno Buown isnt thnt enough By tho Governor fast trotting maro Martha Wilkes 208 passed nway When his leg gave way Tho greatest enemy any man can havo John W IIeadley by Alcyono dam Ella by dark Chief and he sank down death had laid hold of is sin in his own soul Secretary of Stato 89 second dam Mollio him and ho gradually sank to riso no When sin hides it forgets that it can Tho Wells pacing horse which took more Ho occasionally conversed and not cover up its tracks tho second monoy at Ilarel Green last was in his perfect mind until late in tho It takes a touch of darkness sometimes year is again in training nt tho Fair night boforo he died when ho ceased to to tell us how near God is Grounds and improving his speed overjr talk afterwards His pulse became To tho Votors of Wolfo County When the devil is about to bind amnn day Look out for him Thoro will bo n spocinl election quicker and hi breathing Hhortcr until ho never lets him sec tho rope W W Evans has brought his stablo hold nt tho various plncos of voting on Saturday morning he quietly passed Tho man is most useful to tho devil of trotters from Highland Farm to tho in Wolfo county on Tuesday tho away to tho land of rest without oven a who is most in lovo with himself 6th day of November 1894 for struggle a gasp or a frown So quietly Tho only right way to start out to lead Lexington track Tiioyuro Futurity threo years old by Hinder Wilkes tho olection of n Representative that it was hard to discover when life a religious lifo is to do it publicly Frances Strong threo yenrs old was extinct On tho evening beforo he in tho Tenth Congressional Dis- Â¬ Tho man who can not bo caught with Boreal tho 2 year old colt bclonging-trict of Kontucky to fill tho va- Â¬ died ho was asked in regard to his future whiskey may bo ruined by monoy cancy caused by tho doath of M state and ho answered thnt all was well Real Christian character is something to Scott Nowmuu of Louisvillo won tho 10000 purso nt Terro Hnuto Iud C Lisle said day boing tho same with him that ho had always endeavor- Â¬ thnt tho devils mud wont stick to on Monday trotting ono heat in 17J on which tho regular oloction for ed to do his duty to do right and to Tho man who improves his talent al- nnd breaking tho record Congress will tnko ploco This 4th treat others right and that he could not ways gets Gods reward of his class lor doing it day of August 1804 Robort J seems to havo tho f rco for seo anything in his way that ho was There is no lifting power in tho reli GEO W DRAKE S W C all pacing races nt his mercy although ready to meet death without any fears gion of a man who wont pay his dobts Ry C C Hanks D S or doubts His religion was the Golden he had to beat his record to win at Cleve It is always a great gain to loso tho land Snladin gavo him a great race Rule to do unto others as you would thing that would causo us to lose God that they should do unto you and fur- Â¬ Tho father helps tho devil who makes forcing him to pneo tho third heal in ther to bo patient and honest in every his boy do a mans work with a dull hoo 205J MT STERLING KY Ryland T tho fast but unroliabU respect all of which ho endeavored Tho nation has no better friend than gelding won tho fastest 8 heat race ever Oapitatj 200000 Surplus 30000 strictly to do If Undo Perry left any tho mother who tenches her child to pray trotted winning tho 211 class at Clove enemies behind him wo havo not learned It is not a good means of grace for tho land Timo J M RIGSTAFTreBJiient 208V 2073 208 Lord who they are Ho lived especially in head of tho family to do Q L KIKKIATIUCK Vice President all tho giving Clifton was well backed to win but only W W THOMSON Cnshier his latter days liko a well nigh perfect Tho dovil is not wasting much powder got third monoy man nnd died liko a philosopher Ho on tho preacher whoso religion is all in We rcsncctnilly fioIU H tho business of nier willingly resigned Dancourt won tho 4 year old tak himself into tho hands his head ohnnts fanners traders and husinesH men of 20000 at Detroit beating such noted generally throughout Knstcrn Kentucky A of tho Mighty Power who created preSome preachers fail becauso thoy do not general banking business done Give iih n served and protected him bolioving thnt ones as Silicon 2101 Margrave 215 think it worth whilo to cultivato com chance to send you n bank hook pay your and othqrs Timo 210 215 215 checks nnd loan you money when in need ho would continuo thnt protection be- Â¬ mon 8CJ1BO W W Thompson Cash 217 and 217 ho winning the first yond tho River of Lifo and through tho Dog Dustroj lng Corn fourth and fifth heats vast nnd unlimited duration of eternity Dob Higgins one of tho colored B MAUPIN Uncle Perry was too kind and generous Nueces ISverywIiure WITH ever to bo n man of much wealth but farmers of this community reports that Mr R Morrell a promluuut horstmaa by his energy and industry ho always dogs havo destroyed a largo amount of at Winona Minn writes as follows WHOLESALE DRY GOODS had a competency of tho necessaries of his growing corn At first ho thought I have used Quinns Ointment witii NOTIONS BOOTS SHOES Ac lifo besides a rcasonablo surplus which hogs woro in tho corn but an investiga- tho greatest auccees removing a splint fe6ly CATLETTSDUKG KY ho always cheerfully and williuidv tion proved that the damago was being with only one application QiuWn dbno by dogs They tear down the corn Ointment has divided with his numerous friends no equal For ourlw Undo Perry will bo much missed stalks and then cat tho young corn liko splints spavins windpufft and all buaches JAMES HOTEL whero ho lived not only by tho adult hogs Sinco this occurrence was brought give It a trial Sample box sent to My Fourth Street near Main pcoplo but by the children who ever to our notice we have heard of several addrsee upon receipt of 35 eeata eUtr CINCINNATI O found in him a father and kind riond cases liko it and old farmers tell us that or stamps Regular site 160 deliyttesL GKO WKIIKUS SONS Managers And hia peculiar voice which was daily in dry seasons dogs frequently make Addrees W B Eddy k Co WUeetfcll heard In the town where he lived in raids on growing corn going In packs N Y ualees you xn obtain fro uThe patronage of Wolfe and Morgan counties solicited calling Ida stock and sheep to their salt like wolves uruggm J or Mie oy Jen m jm Â¬ To Tin SiirniKFK of the Counties of Bukathitt Claim Elliott Es others Knott Lkk John Lacy till Floyd JohnsonMonthomkuy and good was an Old Baptist in faith a quiet honest citizen and Martin Maooffin Moikiax Mknefee Pike Powell Ins son Marcus Lucy who was tho father of Undo Perry Lacy settled in his and Wolfe Waekeas n vacancy exists in tho of young days lower down on tho same fice of Representative in Congress of tho creek and raised his family there and United States from the Tenth Congress- continued to reside there all his days ional District of Kcntnekv caused by Ho was also a quiet unassuming honest the death of tho lion M C Lisle citizen Ilo died somo years past at his Now Thekefoiie I John Young Brown Governor of tho Commonwealth home on Lacy creol at the advanced ago aforesaid issue this my writ of election of 81 years and the grandfather John and command that you and each of you Lacy lived to bo nearly as old as Marcus cause pollcKto be opened at the several Uncle Perry Licy was born in tho voting places in your respective counties and a special election held according to year 1821 and was thcreforo 78 years old law on Tuesday the 0th day of Novem- Â¬ at the time of his death which occurred ber 1894 for the election of a Represent at his homo near tho town of Campion ative in the Tenth Congressional District SHARP BLASTS of Kentucky to fill tho vacancy caused on Saturday morning August 4 1S94 by tho death of M C Lislo as aforesaid He had been a stout healthy industri said day being the same on which the ous man until some live years past when Notes of IIolp and Arivlco Sounded from tho llttmH lloi u regular election for Congress will take his general health began to decline gradplace And you will cause notice of said Virtuo is alwaya paying dividends ually and continued do so 0uitin t0 bo mm w rrovied b v aw passed away yet mostto of the until he A long face is not a passport to heaven time he Jim iiiuiMvn Covctousuess is tho mother of all other Immediately on receipt of a writ was able to go about and do his work sins of oleotion or proclamation of elec Somo fivo days beforo his death ho was Tho way to love God moro is trust him tion the sherifi shall give notice thereof by advertisements posted at tho taken with a chill and a hurting about more Court House door and tho several places his left kidney which inndo him very Bewaro Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Iiiiulinnilc llomovcrt From Wolfo County William Prunv Lacy tho subject of our sketch usually called nnd known by tho nnme of Undo Perry Lacy be longed to one of the ancient families and enrly settlers of Wolfo county formerly Morgan whero his grandfather John Lacy settled in an early day on a creek emptying into Red river near the town of Harcl Green which bears tho namo of Lacy Creek being nnmod in honor of tho grandfather of tho Lacy family whero many of tho Lacys and the Lacy family and their descendants havo re sided ever since and thoy aro related to the lending families of this county towit Tho Trimbles Rashes nnd many Â¬ Another Ancient nnd feed will bo missedand long remem Â¬ bered by the pcoplo around his former home He had six brothers and one sis ter all of whom aro dead oxcopt three towit Sanford James and A Porter Lacy Tho first named now resides in tho Stato of Texas tho second in tho town of Hard Green and tho third Is tho owner of tho old ancestral homestead whero on last Sunday tho remains of tho deceased wcro taken ly friends and quietly laid to rest in his family and ancestral burying ground whero tho tall branching oaks and other forest trees aio now standing with their numerous boughs weeping over his grave Ho had been three times married and wns tho father of many children who nro liko himself upright nnd honest following in tho main tho worthy examples of their father His Inst wife Aunt Julia Ann Lacy with her two children by that marriage Emma and Jennie with his other children by his former marriages aro all left to mourn his loss and to say farewell to Uncle Perry until we shall meet again When Undo Perry camo to tho bank of tho Dark River to receive his final trial and judgment beforo crossing it no accusor or witnesses appeared there against him and on discovering this ho gently wrapped tho drapery of his couch around him nnd laid himself down to pleasant dreams Cninpton Ky Aug J 1S1 Â¬ tho riycru aro Doing This Year Train yourhorso for tho Fair Record breakor8 aro developing in tho trotting world ovory day Ovor lOgallonsof water werepumped from a maro suffering from dropsy Robert J is as likely td beat 204 m any trotter or pacor living this year Robert J paced tho middle half o ono of his miles at Clovolaud in 100 Lord Clinton 209 and AzoteAOQf will meet in tho 210 rnco at Terro Haute O O Hanks has a bay gelding on tho Ilnrol Green track thnt is developing ns a steppor Boreal tho phenomenal 2 year old thnt won tho Torre Ilauto stakes is now valued at 76000 Soup Perkins won four succeed- iug mounts at tho Hawthorn nice track Chicago on Monday Tho great trotting meeting is in pro Â¬ gress at Buffalo and tho timo made in tho races is sensational Agalo won tho 2 If class purso of 2000 at Detroit Time 200 212 212 from a field of 18 starters Directly is now tho champion pneer ho winning tho 100Q purso nt Buffalo in 212 and 214 Dollio Wilkes Jonn W Whiles fast mare won tho 217 clnis of 100 nt May6villo Inst week Timo 217 Flying Jib 204 scorns worthless race horaof Tho Jib sometimes wins a bent in 207 and gets tho flng in tho uoxt WhonJlAfcote 209J moots Ryland Clinton 20 nnd tho T 207 othor big gnus it will bo a batllo roynt Lord Clinton goes in an open bridlo nnd side cheek Ho wears few boots nnd is tho raciest looking gelding on tho twe-year-o- v s y a I i ld ird Â¬ turf 1803 Directum 2051 tho racing king of is moving woll having shown a of tho devil when ho is well milo in 209V Ho will start later in 1 TT Â¬ ELECTION - NOTICE Â¬ i Â¬ Â¬ Traders Deposit Bank Â¬ m D H CARPENTER m Â¬ w ST -- jVf V r- - MSt TV f- M 3 ii T itli i--f- ctf TP L - d WKJB - tMTW Iff ATjiI Kilter thi and Mitt additional troops without giving notice so it is charged to China THE 1 ife ffil g Br it sk fg Â¬ becamo intensified when at Shanghai af terwards Kim 0 Kim was assassinated by Corean and Chinese procurement so tho pre and people of Japan boldly chargedÂ¬ formidaand believed Then recently a King and his ble insurrection against tho awaro dynaaty of which tho public is Naturally lawless and barbarous out of w thia insurrection Japancso cowmviw and gnu aesirovcu 1nrdatd Upon within of their subject murdered as well as to Corea and resisted these And Still Climbing lawless Corean rebels After skirmishes inii with Corean soldiers they surrounded tho Kever content to keep com- Â¬ palace and mndo virtually tho King a Against theso acts prisoner of war pany with the slow pace set China vigorously with threats protested as violation of tho Tion Tsin treaty nnd by its country cousins though she too without giving due notice sent by laud and by sen some thousands of always in sympathy with cm troops to Corea Japaueso cruisers inter- Â¬ HAZEL GREEN KY cepted tho Chinese ships and transports V-V-MkttW 15 1894 with troops on board and ordered them August not to proceed to Corea with armed uk troops etc so tho cables report DS3iMWP----7iYour THE HERMIT KINGDOM g is LfpTl readers arc as familiar with theso recent i ifipPv Japan fired on the JfacMlnlter IfiilOmrd on Coron and tho happenings as I am M fV -- I Oh War In tho 1imt transports one of which was Hying the MIL Ex Gov HuhVmnl nf Tnxns United Nritish Hag and some thousands were States Minister to Jnnun under Clove- - killed etc War exists These aro the put its mark at the topmost landn first administration mid tempo brief head lines of tho causes and events rary Uhairmnn of the Iemocratic Na- - leading to it as I read them in the past pinnacle of country journal- Â¬ tloiml convention of 1884 wns called A IlioioNornsTiitJOOM I upon by a Globe Democrat correspond What do you think will be the result ism unci week after week has ent and asked for his views on tho Japan of this war 1 think and fear it will be a great orilabored to reach the goal of China war Tho Governor said Tho war had its origin as far hack as ental war and may involve Western na connected with the Statu A it M t ollege How thorough Â¬ its ambition tho fifteenth and sixteenth centuries tions particularly Russia whose vast THE Japan and Corea had moro than onco possessions of Siberia stretch right up to ly it has accomplished that bloody wars and invasions of tho latter tho boundary of Corea Her Monroe country and then Japan and China and doctrine1 is to let no power own Corea by task is told in the hundreds China nnd Corea all of which resul- conquest or purchase outside of Kussia of tributes paid it by the press ted without burdening your readers with and she will assert this claim as only BSy THE PRACTICAL of the country and the warm Â¬ details in thu claim of suzerainty so Russia can do in the far East The Jap termed over Corea by both China and anese soldiers aro incomparably superior hearted testimonials received Japan each claiming as a prico of con to tho Chinese and the Japaueso sailors quest the exercise of this armed protect- are still more in advance of the Chinese KNDOKSrI by the highest County ami by it from friends in all lands orate Corea n weak and dependent I think that within a years time Japan State ollieialN hv the loading business and pcoplo abjectly acknowledged this pro- will sweep the Chinese navy from the professional men of the eon n try and hy The English damsel in Dev- Â¬ liiinditds of pupils who aie succcmIuI in tectorate as n vassal alike to Pekin and seas and destroy the vast inland and Asi business A REVELATION is made to the pupil in onshire the New England Kyoto and Tokio paying annual tributes atic commerce China can throw a mill Honk kcciiiug MnnUinu Shorthand Type of rico or money as the consideration of ion of troops into Corea by land and writing telegraphy Penmanship Commer maiden of Maine the sun clad this protectorate and yet strango con thus have the military advantage of Ja cial Law Arithmetic Grammar Spelling and Itusiiiess Correspondence as taugli by tradiction as it appears neither Japan pan who must send her troops by sea oril NIW AND IXTUUKSTIXO liltlll of ACT lass of California the semi nor China conceded until 1870 80 under over a thousand miles to Corean ports UAL MSLVKSS PRACTICE cmi only in tho treaty of Tien Ttin that the protect and then fight for a lauding lint disci- 01K COLLEGE bwlnre uliioli the old theo tropical crcole of Louisiana retical copyrighted text hook copying sys ornto was mutual Under that treaty pline and training for lorty years under tem MlST go and last but not least our own POSITIONS fir its pupils are made a concluded between Japan and China French German Nritish and American specialty in this school which promises to succeeding tho Formosau troubles of thu military and naval officers and teachers tiie Commercial World the highest type of mountain pinks all indeed two empires they compromised this old has made the Japanese soldiers and army cllicleut business men and women iUAKANTKEI to be as represented or contention as to Corea by mutually con- and navy so greatly superior to the Chi money reliiudud who con the contents of its UEWaUE of schools which do not do this ceding tho right on giving duo notice neso that with 10000000 to draw from Scud for beautiful illustrated Catalogue THROUGH THE pages week after week sing to tho other to send and maintain a even against 300000000 in China she free given number of troops in Corea for tho will bo successful There will bo no con Â¬ For full particulars eall at the college or the same song of love JSTor purpose of protecting tho lives and prop- quests however of course attempted on address erty nnd commerco of their respective either side Hint needs no argument C C CALHOUN Principal iERfisi7AGcOLOMNS is this all A French humor- tOtJ 103 110 111 UJ vt 115 E Main St rpsidents subjects within the treaty The map of Asia will answer that propoLEXINGTON KY ist traveling in America at- Â¬ portH of Corea that tho said military sition nor will either absorb Corea ETCost to oomploto any proscribed contiugonts should bo used solely for the Russia stands guard over that wistfu oourso VERY ronsonnblo tracted by a perusal of its purposes named and not to be increased prize and from Vlnvidovosteck by sea save on duo notice to each other Tho and Siberia by land her Cossack legions pages draws a pen pieture of treaty acknowledges tho hereditary mon- Â¬ will bo hurled upon tho Hermit King rjl o archy of Corea and that it is a treaty dom and become not the protector nor its multi merits in his own V 3 i powor both said nations having recently tho suzerain only but tho owner of Colanguage and thus it reaches concluded independent treaties with rea by conquest if need be Tho United States is logical arbitrator Coroa Meanwhile Japan wonderfully every home in the vine clad progressive soon outstripped hor great of this eastern dispute Friendly to all and rival neighbor China between whom these nations and ready in the past and hills of France So popular thoro novor was any love lost for centur- now to extend its recognitions of inde -jl -Iwas the story Jonathan and ies past in securing the primacy of tho pendence to them all which Europe le q tl i Corea and the inland seas fuses to do as illustrated all along i commerco of His Continent that it was and whilo Corea favored China and dis- through tho administrations of Grant liked Japan sho yielded to fate and and Garfield and Arthur and Cleveland translated into every tongue early became tho debtor nation to Japan and Harrison for it is an American not a partisan policy our country wo rein her trado relations spoken by man Hence from peat should be the very first to proffer WITH COIIKA CHINA 8IIin hemisphere to hemisphere and Then insurrections aroso and rebel- Â¬ to settle by poaeeablo arbitration what lious in Coroa and China which depre promihcs to bo a great and bloody war in from pole to pole Globo Democrat Corre dated on Japaueso commerco and result- tho far oast ed in tho murder not only of many of spondent tho leaders of their own court but of lut Out In liint Ton SocoiiiIh Our citizens to tho number of two or Japanese subjects and merchants as well tiZRALDt China bo it said to her infinite credit three hundred gathered on tho burnt rjs of Hazel Green is a household Corea to pay an indomnity of district here on last Monday aftornoon advised ninny millions to Japan and thus avoid at two oclock to witness tho exhibition word Thus it is also a ne- Â¬ This mndo by the Cincinnati Tin and Japan war nnd consequently invasions w K a III friendly net by China welded so to speak Fire Extinguisher Co Tho test was mmmam cessity to the wide awake bus- r I A tho ontonto cordialo between Corea and given under the personal supervision of incss man and all who desire 3r ClTi China nnd brought about really a better Mr Herman B Wol Is president of the in company of Cincinnati and Mr W V feoling between tho two great empires to tickle trade they may this controversy for tho time China Snyder tho local agent of Georgetown fo4 however grow jealous naturally of uiuo ami was saiisiactory in every fill their coffers with cash respect clearly demonstrating tho Stom ItHIltKSKNTINO Japans commercial powor over Corea have their advertisements dis- Â¬ and stickled over tho treaty provisions plo Extinguisher to bo ono of tho best SANFORD VARNER GO again Monntimo methods yet devised or invented for tho of Tion Tsin timp and played ih its columns from Kim 0 Kim once a member of tho Co controlling of fire wholesale dealers in A structure of nine boards was built rean Cablnot becamo involved in a con Â¬ time to time Wo mictfit so of and after being thoroughly saturated spiracy to overthrow tho Government Corea and to murder tho King so runs with coal oil a match was applied Tho i 121 and 123 Second Street tho current unofllcinl history of that extinguisher was then turned on and tho Hew5 Paper DREcloRiEj timo and theso ovonta aro recited in tho firo put out in about ton seconds All PORTSMOUTH O on and tell of other qualities ARE OVER 2100 legations of treaty powers whilst I was who witnessed tho test woro thoroughly ilrHATTfi The trade of KiiNtcrii Kentucky is most In Tokio from 1885 to 18S9 Ho fled to satisfied that tho Stcmplo will do all and respectfully solicited it possesses but modesty for- Â¬ Japan and received asylum from that moro than is claimed for it Tho head quarters of tho company nro S E Cor bids Suffice to say it is to powor uy uorea Sycamoro nnd Canal Sts Cincinnati Domnnds for Jvim u ivuu CO Â¬ newspaperdom what Domino were rerusod another sourco of bad feol Winchestor Ohio Herald W1IOLK8AIK UKAIKK8 IN Si KKomi CooiKit Hazel Green Ky sympathized with ing in Corea China is to tho turf world King This ill feoling Agont for Wolfo and Morgan counties Hermit Kingdom IttKXQBR OOOFWt BUSINESS WORLD IN MINIATURE AT THE TOP Etm mMmi Thursday W rv3fr w - nAI n V i 11 mm tffiHJf 1 THE HERALD v Â¬ Vrs rfe e T Â¬ Â¬ Leiinpn teine School Â¬ Ul the WfV for Â¬ Â¬ South Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ HERALDS Â¬ 11 Â¬ f i SJBfe Â¬ Â¬ Sgf 22S - Â¬ Â¬ fZi if hyh Â¬ i I vi t m Ji tn THE HERALD r t iJt W f s W FYVIE r that I 1 mmmm Â¬ LOUIS STIX the xMt trtnty amotion w r - juw Tho Stato Convention of tho Christian Church of Kentucky will meet in Lox Tho first in sea install August 20-2--1 sion will bo tho Christian Womans Third Haoo and Union Sts CINCINNATI O Hoard of Missions following thia will bo Wo curry tho goods that will suit vour tho Convoution proper Tho closing ser- Â¬ trado and our prices aro TUB LOWEST vices will bo under tho control of tho Special attention given to mail orders Sunday Schools Winchestor Domocrat TWfl SFRRFK Hw to half soioall I Ojyour foot wcar ITcadachOi costlveness and piles uro without a last aud IJIast Rock without rook tamn thoroughly cured by a judicious uso of hu sont for Wo Address Z T LEWIS CO Cauoy Ky for theso valuable reooipts j Dry Goods NOTIONS Etc Bee of its class A few more subscriptions will bo taken at 1 a year and a limited number of advertise- Â¬ ments at reasonable rates r SPENCER COOPER Hazel Green Ky i Atictitt sj jTv -- i- h J h HHBflBRroH -- ism MWiia in j jnwyiiiaiijii i 1 ji v Jftl M -- A-t t 1 AMI WaA r MJ Bl f umJS yT - IfcJWTiMaRMLitoL r 4aiAIMB iJJriiLti2t ft it If I WMMtaMMMMd A -1 i vwjBnr j T Jrt Q sfl n EBfcSwKS yy jVF TP MMMHMMm BATTLE OF KASHAK j Itisbcllovc1 thnt8CVCrnlof theforcl8n Ministers in Tckin unci Tokio havo en Bilious fcton nud Kashan at 3 clock on tho morning of while in all these departments the Jap Dr Formers Blood and Liver Remedy July 120 and lasted until 8 oclock The anese aro excellently provided even to cooking stoves with which every four and Norvo Tonic nover falls Chinese numbering 28000 wero strong It Is a ly intrenced at Sluing Teng They had men of the Japanese army are provided Pino Alterative Norvo Tonic and Re thrown up earthworks which tormed two and they even havo their own firewood btoratlvo Compound aides of a triangle and planted three with them tied up in regulation bunCures biliousness headaches const I piv batteries of four guns each in advance dles from Japan The latter country tlon dyspepsia irritability sleeplessness In making the attack the Japs had first although China got a slight start of her tho blues swelled glands All blood Impurities skin disease to storm the point of this triangle and in lauding troops in Corea is in a far otter Mate for operations and her sold- scrofula aguo dizziness dull and achy to force in the sides Chineso and Jap tired stomach and bowel disorders aneso outposts began the light firing at iers and men have a dash totally wanting blotches pimples moth syphilis each other from long range with trifling in the army from the mammoth empire Impairment of nerves offensive breath casualties When the main body of tho though there is an inexhaustible supply It docs theso gVoat cures because t of excellent raw material in China physics from tho blood liver and tissue Japanese advanced the Chinese mado a ashes and debris In the army which Viceroy Li Hung all tho Impurities sortie and attempted to win by a sudden as It were rush Tho center of the Jap force felt Chang has sent to Corea no less than Without weakening but all tho whin tho shock and fell back whereupon Gen eleven different patterns of rifles and strengthening Jiistcad Osliinm ordered up the battalions form- guns aro in use each requiring its own It causes tho Liver to throw off Its Bllo ammunition and thc coufusior likely to It cleans out tho entiro ullmentary canal ing tho right and left flanks and com is not stomach and bowels alike ridding thuin of pelled the Chinese to fall back upon the arise from such a state of things point of tho triangle Then the Mongo very difficult to foresee In the same all offoto ofTcnslvo and slimy mucus worms and other vermin lians poured a murderous fire into the manner experts in naval matters declare Restoring sleep appetite flesh strength Japs killing about two score ollicers and that there is such hopeless confusion in comfort freshness and bloom In a word men Tnder the combined fire of infan- the general arrangement of the Chinese health and so many things of vital Including sol f polso to tho nervous sys try and artillery the Japs were forced importance are found to be missing or tem and both sweetness of breath and dis- Â¬ back three times position Meanwhile daylight came and the Jap never provided just at tho crucial mo Â¬ It Is speedy In Its action Improvement anese artillery was brought into play ment that despite their weight and vast beginning as soon as tho first doso I swal- Â¬ Within an hour two of the Chinese bat- cost the Chinese warships will stand no lowed And as certain as tho lawof gravitation teries were silenced but tho third battery show against the Japanese Noto tho high standard of testimonials The movements of tho Russian fleet on the right did some heavy work and in circular at drug stores and around and of the land forces on the Northern kept tho Japanese at a distance until bottles oclock At this time a general advance frontier of Corea look as if Russia was They aro such as only tho highest order or merit could commandvoluntary olTer was ordered by O diima and while the playing a game Shanghai is prepared for emergencies fugs from tho cottage princely palaces flanks captured two of the battel ies the center engaged the Chinese at the apex and Galling guns have been sent to dif- and offices of State Recording cures of cases more grave and of the triangle First came rifle charges ferent places under volunteers to inspire complicated than over hertoforo successat short range which caused great the native and Japanese mind with re fully reached by medicine slaughter The Chinese resisted stub spect for occidental law and order Sample Free Satisfaction guarantcrd It is now stated in well informed quar Mnthtr4 Onitfniirf li tt nil Mm rlt 11 1Mn bornly for an hour during which 200 ters that tho strongest reason against dio within tho HrM year Have your child by were killed and wounded ueopitiK Its summon und Dowels lioiilthy hy i ho Seeing themselves completely out Â¬ ChrtuTs fighting is that her fleet has no bust iim of Dr Fonnertt Sonnatorla thu child luxiitlvo und corrective known flanked the Chinese fell back and re- - coal beyond what is at pre ent in the Dr Fonnors Soothing Syrup formed at the bare of the triangle Here ships The Japanese are plentifully supAllays Irritation atd gives refreshing bleep they engaged tho Japanese in a bayonet plied and are only in a few hours from charge They were completely routed their extensivecoal fields in ICiushu All Dr rentiers Worm Syrup Ilroncht 1C0 worms from our child MrartierlelniUln0M At 8 oclock they were fleeing in disorder the stocks of coal in the neighborhood to Hong Chow where they intended to have been bought up by the Japanese DrPeiinorsFAMiiYSaliltluiunOlntmont get away in Coram vessels which were Ilritish and Russian fleets and Chinas Uest for skin eruptions riles bores Uutsetc M For Mile anchored there When Gen Oshimas supply is too far oil to be of any use in a Day Hazel hy John Ky Hose mil Mrs Lou Ureen report left for Tokio the Japanese troops sudden emergeucyTho supply of pow Â¬ wcro in full pursuit and there is a prob- der and ammunition on bo ird the Chinc e ability that further fighting took place fleet is totally inadequate to tho occasion YOU I Meanwhile Oshima and would not last a week nor aro there in Hong Chow waul to leant li7 Wl occupied the quarters recently held by any leserves less than four or five days TELEBIPHY the Chineso in Shan Teng His reports steam oil It is said that the Chinese offi showed that altouelher tho Chinese had cials arc pleading that as this is a special and beeoine left 500 on tho field dead and wounded year of grace being the Empress Dowa a eompi tent One battery of four guns in perfect gers UOth birth year there must bo no TELEGRAPH order was in the hands of tho Japs fighting and they will forgive the Jap besides a large quantity of ammunition anese OPERATOR and ten regimental flags Tho Japanese That Tired IYollni ft Wrlte had five oflicers and seventy men killed Is a dangerous condition directly due and a number wounded to depleted or impure blood It should Â¬ Â¬ Sarsaparllla-Mandrako-Prlnces Â¬ THRILLING ACCOUNT OP A JAPANESE eavorC1lUt vnl t0 lrlng al0ut n ATTACK ON A CHINESE CAMP hhhIus vlvcndi by euggestiona ol amicn- W e liscusion of the points at Issue Soino Flvo lltinlriMl of tho IIkUUIhSIuIh China before duly selected arbitrators China UnprppiiriMl for War Wlillo has now over 10000 picked troops in Jiipnii Huh All tlio Modern Corea and nearly her entiro fleet anchor dun mid iv 1orffct DlMClpllllU ed four or five miles off from tho Japan r Hut boyond the men oso Gcnernl Oshimu is commnntler of the there is nothing prepared Commlssari Japanese forces in Cortm lie i n regit nts transport medical service etc aro lar Von Mnltko Fighting began at all wanting in the Chinese organization Â¬ men-of-wa- Sick and Nervous Headaches H R CASE Sheriff i MIMMMMIMIMIMMMHHIMMejMMM mWW Ws V Ill GEORGE W ROBINSON DKALKIt IN nil M of Chautauqua County French Creek New York says I am subject to Irtvotcrato blllouu nervous MVitrfcTtM iMiiiri unijrWWktiSVW rihJ 0 JS Sick Headaches and Sour Stomach Thoy used to lay mo up Hut by tlio ubu of Dr Formers Blood and Llvor Itoincdy and Norvo Tonic I avoid them If already coming oa a fulldoso breaks them up OAMPTON KENTUCKY X NVITES tho Ladles of Wollb and tho surrounding country to call and th 2 nuiiuMMuu iiiiu m oi iUMiiv uniyoo uuuio oc litis jusi rrcuiveu IttCllHIIHir J all tho fashionable fabrics and Paris nattcrns nntl orbits besides rh hc11m variety ol Notions including all of tho latest stylus In Laacs Ribbons c Ats U also carries a largo lino of cheap medium and high grado X which ho is selling ar lower prices than anybody L Purchase of him and save money X J TAYLOR Largest Stock iBi-B--i- DAY J I Â¬ Dealer in General Merchandise on a Cash Basis Lowest Prices nwnw B -iwiniHia4aB4lhfcaathaiH - a 1 A j I Â¬ Â¬ k Dionnt I JL JL Â¬ Ail J in m J JL vVa m Â¬ men-of-wa- r Â¬ DEALERS IN Â¬ SEND FIFTY CENTS roit A w jv TRIAL MONTHS lUBCCRIPTtOM TO THU Â¬ Ileum m Louisville Times -THC RIQHTCST AND BEST ArTCRNOON PAPER IN THE SOUTH 5 Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ ircHise AND Latest Market Quotation Latest State News All the Local News Complete Press Reports LARGEST CIRCULATION IN THE SOOTH 4 1 30000 AND OVCft DAILY Â¬ Live Stock Country ISO OISlWTft Or 500 m Yar ky A MONTH Mall JNOi A HALDEMAN Bus Manaqer SOB Fourth Avenue LOUISVILLE KENTUCKY b -i-- w IF Produce jsrar DONT No 1 300000 A YEAR FOR THE BcmliM 1 Â¬ INDUSTRIOUS Uhiinaiituml profitable 1 Â¬ Â¬ forget the place not bo allowed to continue as in its de- Â¬ bility tho system is especially liable to Tho rumor current to the oiled that HAZKL GUEKN KY serious attacks of illness Hoods Snrsu the Japanese fleet had captured three parilla is the remedy for such a condi men of war had not been confirmed at tion and also for that weakness which E C ALLEN CO Shanghai on the 5th inst Tho report o a a prevails at tho change of season climate of Box 420 was possibly a rehash of the reports or life VcAVEMIKAUtMAItiSar AUGUSTA MAINE tho prior engagements of tho fleets As Hoods Pills are purely vegetable careCOPYRIGHTS yet thero has been no disorder at Shang AAN I OBTAIN A PATENT f For a fully prepared from the best ingredients nnswor unci un tinticst opinion wrllu to RKVU hai growing out of tho war boyond a 25 il IJiS A CO who havo hml nom ly tlhy eiirs cents BARRINCER experience In tho Ifttent buslines CoiiiiiiuiiIca fow trifling encounters between Japaneso t lonBBirictlr comic lontlnl A Ilmicltiook of In- Â¬ WITH formation ronreminir lntcniM ami how to ob Â¬ 1811 rowdies Tho municipal Fnlr IatH for and Chinese tain ibein aunt freo Also a caiaIoruu of median Icul and fclontltto lookn font tree The following aro the dates of meet council has appointed a rendezvous Co for tho volunteers in tho event of an ings of Kentucky fairs this year as far Bpuciiil notlcolntho rM lontlllc Ainoilriiii ana V8Jr J01 wl0Jr uonrotho public with uLiSfJ JR5hA vJnLrS T1 Mlonilltl Paper emergency arising that will require their as heard from niou lion J Co Succe8orH to Carter Uron work In Columbia Aug 21 days Ji01 Syltlcm ofi any ecimitltio eiit uTiiirino services but no anxiety is felt as to tho tiamitlo ooiiu WJrlJSiTcr niinthl a awwH villirroo tho Jlulldlnir Kdltlmi vi Winchester Aug 21 5 days Tho Japanese safety of Europeans Importers and Jobbers of copies tfS cent Kvery number contnlnu tllllMIII tlful pinto in colors and photographs ofbeau Sholbyvillo Aug 21 among its days Association which includes houoi w tli plan enabllnc builder to show now tho cuvy Ac i reu Lexington Aug 28 ft days members the leading Japanese of Shang V X MUNN f iWl mvw YoilK irnct IllCOAlAr 301 Mndisonville Aug 28 1 days hai and vicinity has issued a warning to AND NOTIONS HOWARD STAMPER Franklin Aug 2j 4 days tho Japaneso residents that they must Attohnby-at-- L AAV LOUISVILLE KY HAZEL GUEEN SEPT 11 DAYS bohavo themsolvcs and avoid any act that Patronage of tho mountain mcrchantx Is Howling Greon Sept 15 days a conflict with OAMPTON KY would tend to precipitate moHt respectfully solicited Bardstown Sept 4 5 days They aro particularly tho Chineso Will practice in the courts of Wolfe and the Paris Sept 4 f days adjoining counties All LubIiickh entniHtecl warned to keep away from tho Chineso DINGFELDER to our care will receive prompt iittenllon Paducah Sept 11 5 days so far as possiblo quarter and to romain with Ellzabethtown Sept 11 4 days within tho confines of their own settle- Â¬ Horso Cavo Sept 18 4 days ment Sharpabttrg Sept 18 4 days Tho greatest secrecy is preserved by IKAliU IN Owensboro Oct 2 5 days Japaneso authorities as to tho move tho Importers and Jobbers of Hardware Iron and Steel Gonnantown Oct 3 1 davs F merits of tho lkct and the army but It LESS TH AM HA LP LEXINGTON KY is too well known to conceal that thoy DRY GOODS AND NOTIONS ELECTROPOISE OTHER BRANDS mobilized u largo forco with a rapid havo i POUNDS20 H ity and perfection of arrangements that Two MontliH ltont WffOO Nob 537 630 and 5J- lflstonishea oven critical military and To take advantago of this offer you Livery Feed and Sale Stable -- Woflt Main Street naval observers Tho disclplino of tho must order beforo September 1 a this SOLD IN CANS ONLY LOUISVILLE KY troops already landed hi Corea likewise ofler will positively bo withdrawn on that HAZEL GREEN KY commands tho admiration of the onlook- dato For full information address Du rUDQK AMOH UAVIM rtr Double and Single WWT IIMlCIlTr KT ers It ia further reported that tho Bois Webb COO Fourth Avenue Louis H PHILLIPS Rigs and Saddle Hones WJTH- Japanese claim an indemnity of 260- - ville Ky with for hire Parties convey cd to any polHt on reason A Oo 000 and cession of various islands and M CO able terms Hermit nation to Dandruff forms when tho glands of the gonoral opening of the IOBHKR8 IK MANUFAGTUflEBSl 9fI Will trade insisting upon Corea being pre Â¬ skin are weakened and if neglected tloneering alio attend to all calls for aue e wut rv ixonnfAW aud solicit business of this kind Hariwan AtrkHltMnl liplipMts baldueas ia sure to follow Halls Hair served as an independent nation iUipeetfully Ae The trade f Vnly Kmimkyj JOHN H PIERATT IRONTON O China is entirely unprepared for war Renawer is the best preventive UiirouflriiMri at Shunlm L LEXINGTON KY Custom House Block mjiyijfey I hiiiltMy ami liononiblc uiul can bo clone clur lug laytline or evening rllit In jour own local lly wfii riViT you ll Tlic roHiilt of n fow lionr work oftiii cciimlx u week whkc Wc luivc taught thoiiamli of botli cxc nnci nil nit ami many hnvo Intel foiindiilloim that will Homo of tho iinartent Mirfly brliiK thrm ilclion iiipu In hit nountry owo tliclr kuccvri In Ufa to tho start kIvcii tliciii while In our umploy years ago Voti ri iiclcr jniiv do n well try It You cannot Hill Nocnplfil iifci anary We It you out with iotiRililnjr that In now nollcl ami nnro A book lirliiiful of iiilvlon Ih fnn to nil Help your elf hy urltliiK for It to day not to morrow Del ii nru cotly eu 11 yoiiruiltliiHlminccllatcly Wotinchmcii and uuiiicii liow to earn iroiu tfnuo nvr tiny to per yiiir wlllout Imvhij Itml jirevlom JSI cxpcrlcnco ami furuliili tlio ciiipU muiit nt Wlilch they cm n niiiku iiiiionnt Nothing tlllllciilt to k nrn or Hint rcnnlroH much time llio work Is 1 111 If you until work tlint 4m 1 - Â¬ Â¬ 1 WE Â¬ Carier Dig fiooils SSS CUHAX 1 1 Â¬ i A J T MILLER J poDipMorioiilio PIERATT I YW PUREST AND BEST THE-PRICE-O- V ft V Â¬ J in- - 1 In Â¬ tz5s W KERR Bettman Bros i mm TSP T kf vt jjf mi j pr r fh t T iWi 1 t- - ZJ Tho Brockinridgo tho Doctrino onco dolivorod to tho aainta and tho old old ploa of tho Biblo alono for thoir guido Tho Churoh of Chri8t at Ezol has i tH s - 4 barbecue hold in Bourbon county on Saturday laat spbkobr Cooper Miter ia said to havo boon tho largest ovor Consorvativo soon in Kontuoky ostimatoa placod tho numbor of pooplo in attendance at botwoon 8000 and 0000 and thoy woro of tho host in tho county Tho barbo cuo was proparod under tho super- Â¬ vision of old hands at tho businoss and tho way tho crowd onjoyod it HAZEL GREEN KY Thursday August 16 1894 was a complimont to tho managors Â¬ Fivo Shorthorn boovos forty Southdown shoop 400 chickons and 138 DEMOCRATIC TICKET baskota of tho boat things tho farm Â¬ ers wivos could proparo constituted For Congress Short Term for its motto Luke 2 14 Frater Â¬ nally J T Pikratt Ilazol Groon Ky Aug 11 Tim Patron of Kunhnmlry Hon W M BECKNER i tho foast Of Clark County For Congress Long Term Of Floyd County Hon JO M KENDALL For County Judge G County Ticket T CENTER For County Attorney ifci A H STAMPER County Clerk For J B UOLLON For Sheriff A T COMBS 2Tor Assessor Por Jailor JEFF M ROSE JOHN R HOBBS JAMES PELFRY For Coroner Tho mossogo startod from Wash- Â¬ ington on Monday August 0 was dolivorod to Gov Waito at Donvor Colorado on Sunday at 10 27 p m Tho distance travolod 2087 milos was made without serious accidont or interruption and tho foat will long romain a monument to tho skill and onduranco of tho American bicyclist Tho timo con- Â¬ sumed in carrying tho mossogo tho distanco was six days ton hours and thirty sovon minutes a gain of thiry sovon hours and twonty throo minutes ovor schodulo timo broaking olovon rocorda K CURRENT NEWS AND COMMENT ff A ro union of tho bluo and tho gray was hold on tho battlo ground at Cumberland Gap on Tuosday ForoBt firos bumod out tho busi- iioss part of tho town of Waters Moot Michigan on tho 10th inst entailing a loss of 75000 tho Rock Island Bailroad noar Lincoln Nob ro sulted in tho doath of twenty four persona and tho injury of twolvo A wreck on others Tho Govornor has called an olootion to fill tho vacancy cauaod by the doath of tho lamontod Mr Lislo and fixod tho rogular olootion day aa tho time Twonty ono ships ongagod in a t i- - naval battlo botwoon tho Chinoso and Japanoso one day last wook but the particulars havo not yot boon announcod Tho Now York World is author- Â¬ ity for tho 8tatomonfc that Madolino Pollard will appoar on tho stogo about tho middlo of October under tho management of Nolson Roborts Brown has namod Hon Isaac M Quigly of Paducah as tho successor of tho lato Chiof Justico Caswoll Bonnott and oro this goos to pross his commission will havo boon forwardod to him Gov i - WT5 - i Whon tho Republicans moot at Wost Liborty on tho 2d inst to nominato a candidate to opposo Judgo Booknor for tho sliort term thoy should givo Major W J Soitz tho nomination by acclamation v V u t As l i S J f 1Z Pl It- J - K lit Tho state of trade is looking up According to tho commercial ro- porta of Bradstroot and Dun ro- Ho SotH u Church In Ortlor spootivoly thoro was a markod dif- Editok IIekald Tho oflicors foronco in last wooks businoss ovor and brothron of tho Church of the corresponding wook of last Christ at Ezol having roquostod year mo to como to that placo somo days ago and roorganizo tho church Hundrods of minors aro said to I visited thorn last Saturday bp entombed in tho burning coal proaching tho same ovoning and mines noar Domrowdy in tho State Lords day Tho congregation hav- Â¬ ofGradnow Tho firo Btartod by ing no churoh book or rocord tho 1 an explosion while tho full forco ono used so long boing tho pri Â¬ of minors waa at work and vory vate proporty of an individual few oBonpod Tho church reorganized with 48 tho namos of Wo this wook placo at tho hoad mombors ombraoing as puro God foaring Joaus loving of our columns tho DemocraticÂ¬ County ticket and ask a consider Christian brothers and sisters as all the ovor advocated taught and pload claims ation of thoir county by Thoy aro for Lot us all bo ono in Christ voter of Wolfo moro to W 2ll good men and ovy one vuioma Joaus Thoro aro many earnostly the bo added in lovo who command tnt iun vut plod for tho form ud spirit of i Judgo Caswoll Bonnott Chiof Justico of tho Court of Appeals pects for largo crops An Old Kentuckian diod at Hopkinsvillo on Thursday Fair Graugo 111 Aug 0 Tho romains were morning last takon to Frankfort Friday and tho MORGAN COUNTY burial took placo thoro on Satur- Â¬ Killer Harries Tho Gov- Â¬ day at 11 oclock a m is an uncommon dry timo ernor will probably appoint his forIt this vicinity consequently succossor this wook if ho has not nows is scarco already dono so Our school at this place opened on Monday tho 0th inst with Miss At our topmast wo this wook Nannio Fields os teacher hoist tho namos of Hon Joo M Boyd Richardson and Spencer Kondall and Hon W M Bocknor Fannin of Ezol woro in this neigh- Â¬ for Congress tho latter for tho borhood last wook trying fisher Â¬ short term Domocrats will mako mens luck Hamilton Tostorman and Mil- Â¬ no miatako in voting for oithor of Carter of Grassy woro visit Â¬ thoso mon and wo boapoak for thorn lard frionds ing and catching a fow of now tho full party vote in Novem- Â¬ tho finny tribo during tho past ber wook J T Govedon the ontorprising IP Y VIRTUE of Taxes duo tho Commonwealth of Kentucky and Â¬ A fine rain foil in Iowa on Fri agent for the John Church Co JWW tho County of Wolfo for tho yoars and 4 1 or day ovoning oxtending across tho last wook dolivorod to W W Car Â¬ ono of my deputies will On MONDAY the third day of September State from tho South but it is penter a fino organ and accordoon 1894 between the hours of 9 oclock a m and 4 oclock p mf at tho foarod that is is toolatotosavo tho Wo will now roalizo that music Court Houso door in tho town of Campton Wolfe County Kentucky hath charms to sootho tho savago corn crop which had boon retarded boing County Court day oxposo to public salo to tho highest bidder Tho mussol industry is now on it in growth by tho drouth extending tho wane although thoro lias boon for cash in hand tho following real ostate or so much thoroof as may from May 1st with thooxcoption of somo vory valuablo pearls found bo necessary to satisfy tho amount of tho taxes duo as aforesaid and a fow slight showors ono boing sold for 42 If any of cost towit my Hazel Greon frionds want a collection of mussol shells como Dist InWhose Name Listed No Acres Tho maximum tomporaturo on Nearest Resident Years Unpaid Tax Cost Friday last was 09 dogroos which down you can got thorn from tho sizo of a quarter up to that of a I T Lot Allen Kit No Leo City according to ollicial roports was sailor hat lbll 4 49 ron it Fen No Aberly Jacob 1894 uiiiucaico 12 52 tho hottest dav in that city sinco No f00 Unlocated ButlerJohu 1893 12 52 iMuytoun MlwMIos 213 S P Murphy Brewer V It No 1S91 21 32 July 29 1887 Strango as it may 130 ison-i-- o No 1 Brewer Gardner A B Swango Mr Jordan Wills was no hotter 19 70 Bal 50 Unlocated No Frecinnu Ilenrv 1S01 sooni thoro was not a case of pros Â¬ Monday 5 23 No 1 Gernett E H G2tf Unlocated 1S91 5 25 tration from hoat or sunstroko ro- - Tho Hazol Groon Fair is begin Â¬ No 1 Hainuel Michael 1000 1S91 Unlocated 33 30 Keystone Inv Co 1000 Unlocated No 1894 portod 22 93 ning to boom all along tho lino 1000 Unlocated Love C L No 1894 22 93 A Long Mary 1S94 120Unlocnted Mr and Mrs E B May and lit No 4 01 i o Andrew Wilson A citizon of Bath county tolls tho tlo son Carl loft last Friday for a No ltNiekell O N lSJl 5 G8 Kochcy James 100 No 1S91 Unlocated T 10 40 Sharpsburg World that for ovory woeks visit to Loo City and Sal No House Win v 200 Unlocated iuw 4 13 No I Stephens Wheeler 581 Unlocated 71894 fog wo havo in August thoro will yorsvillo 14 40 No 1 Shoemaker I I 00 Unlocated 1894 0 29 2000 Unlocated bo a snow fall next winter Ho Mrs Bottio Brown of Louisvillo No Shcehan Michael 43 GO 1 U No 2 Hrewcr W U A B Swango claims to havo madocloso observa- Â¬ who has boon visiting hor parents No 2 Hrewer w H 130 1G G7 Steve Brewer ioJ i Mr and Mrs Arch Day and other No 2 Brewer Gardner ML I L Iloimker tion for many yoars and novor t lJo 10 52 100 rolativos loft for hor homo on tho No 2 Brewer Win It T Klkins 1892 15 09 No 2 Buchanan Jus E know it to fail John Duncil 1893 14th 4 44 No 2 Buclcnnau M X 50 John Duncil G 52 Noff and E W Mooks who havo No 2 IjikIUS lv 1 1890 2 tol Wm Brewer Dr John D Clardy of Christian tho Maytown 14 83 No 2 Hampton JJ I T Lot Baysboro mill rontod say thoy I0J4 2 ICnsh E T Kash county will bo tho noxt Democratic ground lost wook fivo days and No 2 Little Caleb V 189I 7 32 No Mnriah 100 John Hampton loJl 7 32 1 T Lot Congressman from tho Sooond Kon- Â¬ ground 408 bushels of wheat bosidos No 2 Parks Lalayctte uaysooro OJ t No 3 Cantrell J M 7 23 Susan Napier loUj tuoky District unloss all signs fail corn tho amount of which thoy No Duu Eliiuh 8 58 1 T Lot vampton 1891 3 Green Elizabeth did not givo us and why murmur No 11 92 0 W A Horton 1o M i Deaii XIekald An old Kon tuckian asks you indulgonco again Saturday night closed tho 14th annual convention and picnic of tho Patrons of Husbandry which was tho most prosporous ovor hold Tho last day waa attended by thousands of pooplo from Colos Mrs T and adjoining countios EFrazior a former citizon of your town was chairman of tho lady managors and a good part of its success was duo to her untiring oftorts Mr James H Swango of Ilazol Groon was on programmo and dolivorod a fine oration to an audionco of ovor 0000 After ho had finishod many old settlors from dilYoront parts of your state rushod to tho platform to ehako hands with tho young orator while tho grovo fairly rang with his praiso Tho othor speakers woro Hon Geo R Tate of East St Louis and Supt S T Foagan of Charleston Kontuckians in this county aro doing woll Good pros- 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¬ Sheriffs Sale Taxes 1880-90-91-2- -3 1 1 i T i 1 1 1 L r0 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 ti 5 i 1892-3- -4 m 3 M M 4 W longor of work to do if wo would do it and wo would havo loss timo to complain of hard timos the drouth oto Fino rain Saturday and Sunday night and Monday Everything lookod rofroshod and prosporous and tho cry of no corn noxt year wo hopo will now stop Plonty of whoat in this county and plonty No 3 Hooker S P ftt No 3 Johnson Mary No 3Uohusou Jells heirs xso i Maple Jou A No 3 McDowell Nancy No 3 1 uU 1 UTDrake i 1 T Lot o Piuinifnii uiurston Kobbins 18S9-90-1-2- -3 Jonas CamplVeii OMIMIMiOm tllMlOOlli Wingless li Coal Co nu u mouon Cephas u o Aiuwuinns Helrs fif scorns to mo that those who aro opposing No 5 Polfrey N I No 5 Puokett M W him should get ashamed nud quit No 5 Pence Vm t Row H Scott n colored preacher No 0 Brewer Gardner G preached hero last Sunday aud Monday No 0 Browcr Tlionma No ConbsWn nights Ho said it required three things No 0 Chlldera Hardin xt0 j- I From Our Kiel CorroHpomlont Our Ezol correspondent sends tho fol- Â¬ lowing I attended Elder J A Howards mooting at Hazel Green last Sunday and I heard many old mon say that thoy novor saw such a meeting beforo It No 3 aiiernian Martha No 3 Swiimno M A No 3 l ramie a J No 3 linmliiB It P No 3 Ill H1IIS VV No 3 ill iams Maegic No Booth Lou Vinn No Combs Samuel No 4 iierrinc w w No 4 k U Land Company No 1 uoucris rrcston WWCaudill t 250 li cc 1 1 MMn6lv 1 No No No No 1 J LedfordWni Potter D S fi M Quisenberry P B i Stamper J h rS 12117 r II Ledford mmmhIuUim Joo Spencer 100 A L Flournov 37fi0 B Ledford tV om n A Ilortnii Clnrintla Whlsmnn Wm J D wl Horton A t0 Johnson Kincald Horton Hanks uniocateu W A 1 loJ ovi 2 02 5 25 G 03 a 90 4 91 3 1G G 0G g S 1 1 -- 1 m 1892-3- -1 1891-2-3- -4 IHIUUIMMM 10 J HniMtMMMt lOJo 1692-3- -1 1892-3-1 s 32 19 44 4 10 12 01 f 1 1 1 M t 1 oJ4 1891 iittiailOv4 18J1 3 7 3 22 108 1700 r w yakcrs tuio tlS0O Joe S Cox ii iii l Busi lc word Jones 1889-90-1-3-1 1 If r i ii r iiiit mewmnn r llbJl 18Jvl Bal UI lit uU J James Ilttlo Movo Jesseo MoPhcrsoii Klltah Green Unlocated Z 1889-90-1-2-1 Brewer 1894 loJl loJ4 luM aaZZ to run rollglou viz Grit Graco and 235 98 John Tester 1892 JSi1892-3-- Bal Bal 4 33 30 16 09 81 C 25 12 Gl 80 io 29 io 10 41 88 72 58 2G 4 04 12 38 5 25 17 70 3 10 5 29 20 88 11 45 10 31 f M M m S y L - ounty Greenback 4Sf T A ftL GEO W DRAKErS W C j am a nif1 -- y t p xiirst- - r W r5pK litiimliliHlMillH Wjuwim 7mmwwmmim M of Wolfo county subject only to the will of the people nt the polls In November 1894 M SAM iirXiivriuteMd ft t0 noco sheriff w cnndldato Tor rHTO For Sheriff is T7iPTUIS PAPER yon all homo want all print and if the good things P TT road every artiolo itoncontains Yon should oach ot MP J d J V the eight panas You will find all the local news that way n fiuo T Dny is threshing onts this week crop of fte r pound is superintendent What has become of our Campton cor- Â¬ Among tho speakers nro Mr Wm respondent We have not had a letter Reynolds International Field Worker from that place for lo theso many weeks Rov S I Lindsay of St Louis Rovs It is important to keep the liver and Carter Helm Jones H K Fcnner J R kidneys in good condition Hoods Sar Collier J W Turner and T T Eaton saparilla is the remedy for invigorating ot Louisville Revs H O Settlo and J W Mitchell of Hopkinsvillo Revs J theso organs W Stagg and Wm It Wright of Bowl Newton Nickell died of fever last Sat Â¬ ing Green Rev Jno R Peering of Ver Â¬ urday nt the residence of his father Joo sailles and many others prominent in Desha Nickell on Cnney lie was about Sunday School work 21 years of age Delegates will be entertained and all who expect to attend arc requested to Morgan Spencer who was shot by Jim Edwards somo time ago is getting along send their names to Mr M P Sloss at nicely and is able to sit up for a short Rusnellville as soon as possible The railroads have made a rate of ouo iimo every day or so fare for the round trip upon presentation Rose Swango have a bunch of thirty of certificate Theso certificates may be one cattlo for the Mt Sterling market secured from tho County Officers or from that are about the best that has been Miss Mamie E Huber Secretary at Lou- Â¬ seen hero for u long time isville Â¬ A few good bacon hams wanted at this office for which wo will pay 10 cents per The Htato K S ConreHtleHnt llHHnetlvllle On tho 23th 20th and 80th of this month tho Annual Convention of tho Kentucky Sunday School Union will bo held nt Russcllvillo A most attractive program hns been arranged and a very largo attendance is expected Pas tors superintendents secretaries teach Â¬ ers and scholars will find something es pecially helpful to thorn Special atten Â¬ tion will bo given to Primary Work and every Primary teacher in the Stato is in Â¬ vited to attend Miss Mabel Hall of Chicago will make several addresses upoy this department Miss Hall lias a Graded Primary Class of 450 children in the Sunday School of which Mr B F Jacobs Â¬ Â¬ Rocular Monls 10 a in to 8 p m Suppor from 5 to 9 p m 12 W SHORT STREET LEXINGTON KY 25 conts Moals to ordor at all hour RrnVfW frnm RinQim mffi KLIT03HCEr WflW- - msm WBW lSr9S ftS TWrm vOysters Lamb Fries Fish and Chicken a Specialty can oticiaxhp xta GREEN -- -- V ELDER HOWARDS MEETING Sunday School workers of overy de- Â¬ The number and quality of tho horses in training nt the Fair Grounds indicates nomination are cordially invited to atthat the Fair will this year aflbrd a great tend deal of rich racing sport The singing nt tho Howard meeting ii Our Sellars correspondent says a mad on the Fair Grounds last Sunday was dog was killed in that neighborhood a complimented by so many that wo asked few days since His correspondence was Mr Fugate tho leader of tho choir to receivedloo late for the paper this week furnish us tho names and wo herewith n i produce them You can relieve that headache you Messrs have by buying a box of Megrimine nt S M Fugate The Herald office It will onl cost J II Ilensley 60 cents and is sold on a positivo guar- - Harlan Murphy Missks Loulie HciiBclcy Mattie Yocum Maggie Yocum f r r W B Yocum Loulie Little Eva Henry James Yocum Hon W O Mize has beautified every Mnry B Oldfield Miles Yocum piece of his property in town by hand- Â¬ S Susun Murphy J Ilensley somely painting it and his example Hruc Oldfield Emnm DoBusk should be followed by all who have pride SSTOldficld Ida Oldfield little town Oldfield Martha Fugate II P in our Emma Curr DeBusk left Sunday J F Murphy J Richmond G Murphy Fanny Henslcy evening for Long Branch nt which place L America Ilensley James Little he has engaged to teach school That S Nickell J he will do his whole duty is a question Several of tho best ladj and gentlemcu that no one who knows him will doubt singers in our town also lent their assistMrs Bertio Godsey arrived hero Tues ance in rendering good music but wo day evening from Danville where she havo been unable to get their names has been at tho bedsido of a sick aunt Frank Patricks wife and child wore since leaving Washington somo time ago killed by lightning at thoir homo on Mr Godsey will bo hero about Septem- Â¬ Caney last Saturday evening They were tee Â¬ Â¬ ber 1st the only ones nt homo at tho time and when found were supposed to havo been dead about three hours Tho parties who made tho discovery ran out to notify tho neighborhood and when they returned the bed in the room was afire The lightning struck tho chimney of tho house nud thus entered tho room where Mrs Patrick and her child wero sitting Mr Patrick has tho sympathy of all in his nffiiction Prof W H Cord of Hazel Green Academy advertises in this issue Prof Cord is well known hero having married one of Owentons fairest daughters and also taught tho Owonton High School As an educator he is several terms eminently fitted Ho is an upright christian gentleman in overy respect His school nt Hazel Green is one of tho best in tho stato and is growing rapidly Owenton News Â¬ 5f who have used it recommend it as tho host madcj Breck Amyx who was in Morgan county on Tuesday learned that Miss Jennio Robinett died on Monday night Sho will be re- Â¬ from a congestive chill membered as a student of tho academy a year or so ago Breck Amyx requests us to say that tho Â¬ statement contained in our Maytown letter Inst week that James Amyx is ot Rush Springs Indian Territory is erro He gets a letter from that placo neous every week and his brother is not thero James Killgore of Menefee county has a washboard that is attracting tho at- Â¬ tention of all who havo washing to do and ho will havo it here at the fair All Ho Ircnoliu nt tint lalr Ground to An Auriliiico Kiitlinntml nt From 800 to lAOO lnoplo Tho meeting conducted by Eldor How- Â¬ ard nt this placo during nil last week closed on Sunday afternoon nt tho M E Ho preached nt tho Fair Church Grounds in the morning to tho largest crowd that ever attended a religious gathering at this place tho crowd being variously estimated nt 800 to 1500 peo- Â¬ plo Never any where havo wo seen better order than during tho morning pervicoat tho Fair Grounds which was tho largest similar assemblage over seen here except perhaps when Evangelist Barnes preached hero several years ago Nor was the conduct at the church any tho less commendable only the crowd wns not so lurje Mr Howard however had to ask tho gentlemen to vacate the seats in the church to accommodate tho ladies and this left a goodly sized congregation in the church ynrd Elder Howard preached for about one hour aud twenty minutes in the morning nnd perhaps not so long in tho afternoon After service inthooveningsovon were baptized Theso with five others baptized earlier in the meeting constituted those received by baptism though somo seventy nunounced for Christian unity according to his statement to us Elder Howard is one of the most earnest talkers we ever heard and Bcems perfectly sincero in all ho says As many of tho converts wero or had been church members tho preacher nunounced to them that they could remain in their respective churches with tho un- Â¬ derstanding that they should work for Christian Unity His plea to throw down denominational linos and worship together or according to the Bible wns listened to with marked attention nnd re- Â¬ spect But when ho pointnl out the danger of damnation through denomina- Â¬ tional dogmas many of thoso who were born and havo been raised under tho de- Â¬ vout teachings of mothers and fathers long since deceased differed with him Indeed so far as wo could see from an unbiased view ho made no immediato impressions upon any of tho members of tho three churches here though we have made no especial inquiry Looking from this same unbiased standpoint wo think all his arguments wero fair on their face and sincerely spoken And in this opinion wo are strengthened by that expressed by mem Â¬ bers of nil tho churches persons who are themselves unbiased Mr Howard is not a pulpit orator in n strict senso of speak ing but his magnetism earnestness or something certainly attracts crowds to hear him and if the peoplo composing thorn tako his advice they can not do otherwise than bo better peoplo Â¬ Â¬ JPgSglgfe HAZEL ACADEMY 3stF r o SESSION OF 1804 95 JTWFIRST TERM BEGINS MONDAY SEPTEMBER 3 A complcto Faculty Eastern Kentucky Studies in all departments of school work carried on KXlKNSKS FOR TWKNTV WK1CK8 that is In sympathy with the educational interests of I w 1 Matriculation Hoard 00 Tuition Washing Music Ono 10 00 per lesson 10 00 4 00 35 payable in advance q Deduction for sickness protracted two weeks or more Free scholarships to ono pupil from each of twenty counties Enroll the first day and apply yourself and you will join with all In nay Ilnzcl Green Academy is tho best nud cheapest school in Eastern lug Kentucky ulf parents or guardians havo daughtsrs thev want to nut in a first class first grade school they should writo us for partloulnrs boforo arranging to send elsewhere We can educate young men nnd vouns women for about Wo will oomparo with any of jv half what it would cost in thn HlucgniBs It ill r r 2 jf h 17S3 KENTUCKY INCORPORATED j5StsaJt win JUL iwjmjp iixm5ipM m --Tr TRAININGWool MT STERLING KY A Military School With Collegiate Course That thoir eons nro ns anfo in our homo ns in thoir own that the boys physical nnd moral nnturos aro as carofully trained as theitr montal thnt thoir boy is TRAINED ACCORDING TO HIS NEEDS nnd thnt it is our lifo work rJkl j 1 Thoy will soud for our hnndsomo catalogue and thon send the hotJ Major c W FOWLER SuperintendeiL State College OF Kentucky Opens SEPTEMBER 10th 1894 Agricultural Scientific Biological Civil Engineering MeÂ¬ chanical Enginooring Votorinary Classical Normal School County appointoos rocoivod freo of tuition Board in dormitorios 225 por wook in privato familios 850 to 4 For catalogues apply to follqws Thirty Profossors and Instructors Eight Coursos of Study B i JAS E PATTERSON Ph President LEXINGTON KY D YOUNG WOMENF Two College Courses in Latin Grcok Mnth Modern Languages o loading to AIJJ and U S degrees Thirtyfiiftli yenr opens Sent 12 1891 Address C A CAMPDELIi Prcsldont 1521 CALDWELL COLLEGE DANVILLE FOR KY THE HERALD Is only 1 a yenr and It is acknowledged to bo the best local paper published in Kentucky Subsurlbo now and scourer all tho good things It will contain this year V i jllnrg FOR College Huh Jn i OF THE VISITATION FOR I Id vvvtt J VI J U LADlES- - 4 p Tho Directors of tho Hazel Green Fair Association are requested to meet in this 1 placo on Saturday August 25 at oclock Miss Lizzio Cox of Mt Sterling is m A full attondanco is requested ns visiting Miss Mattio Quicksall and other business of importance will como beforo friends at this place and will remain untho board H F Piebatt rresident til aftor tho fair Sho is a grand daughand deacons of tho ter of Dr B F Cox of Mt Sterling Tho ministers Laurel Spring Association of Missionary nnd when tho editor aud his hotter J Baptists will meet with Providenco lived in that city sho was a wee littlo on thing nnd we called her our baby church Wolfe county commencing Sep- Â¬ Sho is just ns dear to us now and wo Friday boforo tho third Saturday in orgnnizo a hopo to havo her with us for a while tember Tho purposo is to n full during her visit ministers and deacons union and representation is requested A West Liberty correspondent gives us and Mr tho following official majority of tho can- Â¬ Mrs Frazeo and daughter Swango didates as a correction of tho report pub and Mrs Watson who woro at O J Mckonzio for or moro loft Friday lished last week Springs for a weok John T Judgo 80 Davi3 Clerk 78 Rose At- Â¬ for their homes at Maysvillo placo ar Â¬ torney 219 Roso got nt West Liborty Drouan and wife of tho snmo Saturday and Mr G8 nnd Stcolo 190 making Steelos ma- Â¬ rived nt tho Springs probably ro jority in homo precinct 122 Sheriff Dronnn tolls us that ho will September Phipps 178 Jailor Peyton 2 18 Assess nRi horo until tho first or Fugntto 63 Surveyor Barkor 01 Dear Editor of Herald Coroner Nickell 111 Will you plcaso publish n card of A first class 25 horso power potablo saw thanks to tho kind and gonorous heart mill complete and if needed n good corn administering to my cd peoplo for their gratitude mill all in complete order Price nnd terms needs I could not oxprcss tho improving hut reasonable For particulars address May of my heart I am still town Mill Co Maytown Ky theso lines in am vory soro I givo you Elder Howard is now preaching at many thanks m awkward way but with for tho Sandfiold and begins a meeting at Stillwishes to my friends and good water Saturday afternoon JOSEPH P ROSE Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ IUiB VI KKT W OTXJ am I m I I Burning Pain Erysipelas In Faoe and Eyes to bo rclloved of tny tortures that I am willing to toll tho benenU I havo de- Â¬ rived from Hoods Barsapnrllla In April and May I was afflicted with oryslpolas in my face and eyes which sproad to my thront nnd nock I trlod dlvors ointments and alteratives but thero was no permanent nbatcmont ot tho burn ing torturing pain peculiar to this complaint I began to tako Hoods Sarstfparllla and bo Rlml Â¬ White Sulphur Ht-TIiIn institution under tho direction of YOllflG tho Sisters of tho Visitation I V M it sitÂ¬ uated in a healthy nnd beautiful local ty of This school now nt the head of Colleges tho well known Itluo Grass Itcglon r lonng Ladies in JvcimtoKy oilers tnu Hero tho pupils enjoy tho cotnfoits of best advantages to parents wishing to cdu home far removed from tho distractions oC t city and can consequently with greater Comfortable rooms good fare and tho best facility avail themselves of tho Advantage of teaching Prices moderate nflbrded of a thorough onucatlon For catalogues or Information writo to Terms reasonable Music Crayon aid Painting extra Jlouso is heated by steal REV G POPE President or lurt her particulars auurc apparatus MILLERSnURG KY Sisters of the Visitation B Y V 1127 M wow Mt Admiralties X Inflammation Subduod and tures Endod by Hoods I am Tor- Â¬ J IWWiJEEWk air j i uahk uicKory urove rarm noma of JayKye aeolUiclne Wis says After tryisir vory known remedy 1 removed a large lltmeh of two years ntaudiug from a U year old Uy AVlth throonppllcaUonaof r Folt Marked Relief before I had finished tho first bottle I con-Â¬ tinued to lmprovo until when I had taken four HOODS ItlsthebeatriroparatlonlliAveevernsedorheMrA of 1 heartily rucornmond It to all llorMQieo We have hundred oeuch ettlmonlal per bottle Ask your druggist for It If he ftjjillfiiJLlv i do not kevr Itwjnil uaiVj auuira or nllvur for trll bog CO Whitehall N Y mii KiauA jawmn wabk W 11 EDDY i ranHfffliRr QUiNHS OINTMENT r Sarsapariila dCflbJUKaiiiiMiiii Ulllll HERALD bottles I was completely cured and felt that all signs marks and symptoms of that dlro com- had forever vanished Ii Mus Ottawa Hlllsboro Wisconsin Hoods Pills are prompt and efficient yet easy la action gold by alt drugcUU 9fc CURES H 165 G RaceHHDL t M O 167 Streett CINCINNATI fi vv - f if iliiiiV k m M Tlio londing houso for FANCY DRY QOODS FURNISHIITO GOODS and NOTIONS Ahvarys havo Big Drivoi Spoiivi tUaUjm f to Mail Ordora t tt li f I W M W fwww yw wsipiiiiw PmJipijii i1 mupfMjv Myl cv - x Both llnptUt New OOOW comes to us that tho non N T Â¬ Hopkins Republican candidato for ConEdlter gress against tho Hon Jo M Kendall is both preaching and electioneering in nCCOQNIZp AS A REPUBLIC Knott county Jo Kendall is not a preacher of tho gospel but ho is preach X9hi FrelleHt Henri A Loiter to Pro ttint Dole of Hnwnll ing nevertheless preaching tho true A letter o congratulation and greeting principles of puro and uiidefilcd Democ- Â¬ from President Cleveland in tha niimo racy and if all reports bo true lie is f tke United States is on the wny from meeting with great success and making Wiwhingtoh to President Dole of tho many converts Jo Kendall has no fears Hawaiian Republic Tho recognition of of being defeated but he is making an tke new republic was finally decided upon activo canvass and between now and Iftatwcok and tho mewmgo was framed Novcmbor will see nearly every DemoAnd mailed on Wednesday tho 8th crat in tho district ami urge them to go through tho regular channels to tho polls on November 0 because ho Although tho customary secrecy which has a prido to receive tho largest majority attends diplomatic matters lias surround that any Democratic nominee ever re- Â¬ d tho relations of the United States ceived in the district and it would not with the Hawaiian llopubliu since Hint surprise us to see him do it country assumed its new form of governSome of the Republicans seem to think ment It is learned on the best authority that Dro Hopkins because he is a Bap Â¬ iiiat thoro has novor beon any doubt of tist preacher will get a good many Bap President Clevelands courso in tho mat tist Democrats but if this is what they ter and of his recognition of tho now are depending on for the election of their government of Hawaii as a do facto gov- Â¬ nominee they will be woefully disap ernment pointed as Jo Kendall is a Baptist himA fow days ago n letter was received self and as he said in his speech of ac- Â¬ from President Dole convoying tho for ceptance at Camptou Brother Hopkins jnal announcement of the proclamation may be a better man than I am but L of tho republic and the formation of the know he is no better Baptist Sontinel now government This letter was laid Democrat Tjoforo tho Cabinot and has been under MOl Kiiwuril IS 100 consideration while tho IIouso Committee The readersof this paper will be pleased on Foreign Affairs whh debating whether to learn there is at least one dreaded it should report a resolution for recogn- Â¬ diseaso thatscience has been able to cure Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ out checks tendency to baldness and promotes n new and vigorous growth A clean safe elegant and economical hair dressing Restores faded thin nnd gray hair to its original color texture and nbundance prevents it from falling JSb7cM Hair Vigor en AYERS yOruY wins FireEilpto AND 4 SAVE YOUR HOUSE CHEAP SIMPLE Everywhere Popular Nino months after linviii tho ty Â¬ phoid fever my head was perfectly bald I was Induced to try Ayors Hnlr Vigor and boforo I had used half a bottle tho hair began to grow Two more bottles brought out as good a head of hair ns over I had On my recommendation my brother William Craig made uso of Ayers Hair Vigor with tho samo Rood results Stephen Craig 832 Charlotto St Philadelphia Pa RELIABLE HANDY mLZSElZM HTSPENCER Morgan Counties KKKlSi Insurance liinv cover actual loss of goods burned but it does not pay for time and trade lost while re establishing business PKEVENT THE FIRE WITH A STEMPEL COOPER Hazol Green Ky agent for Wolfe and Ayers Hair Vigor Prepared by Dr J C Aycr Co Lowell Mats BsM by DruguUu Kvcry where WCull imp i nnd spo tho Little Wonder imi V a wiFarVfaiiri JkJLJ mAWbmJLmMM w VI mil m i m AH 900 BoStH Wihlt lat -- ITscd for Filling and Extracting Without Pain or Danger1558 ition that sVS ASj ssyrl S S If With tho letter of greoting to President Dolo which of course passes through tho hands of Minfetor Willis ratifying his action in provisionally cxtondiug tho usual recognition to the republic Mr Frank P Hastings who in the absouco of Minister Thurston is Charge d Affairs at tho Hawaiian Legation here has had an interview with Secretary Grcsham and was told that ho had been formally recognized as tho representative Chairman Mo of tho now government Crcary of tho IIouso Committee on For eign Aflaim says it is not customary to givo publicity to diplomatic correspond enco until it has reached its destination Consequently tho letter to President Dolo will not bo mado public until sufficient timo has passed for its reception when a copy will bo forwarded to Congress with u copy of tho message received from him This is tho usual courso of diplomatic procedure but tho fact that tho existence of tho correspondence lias become known may induco tho President to make it Â¬ in all its stages and that is Catarrh Halls Catarrh Cure is the only positive cure known to the medical fraternity Catarrh being a constitutional disease requires a constitutional treatment Halls Catarrh Cure is taken internally acting directly on the blood and mucous surfaces of the system thereby destroy- Â¬ ing the foundation of the disease and giving the patient strength by building up the constitution and assisting nature in doing its work The proprietors have so much faith in its curative powers that they oiler One Hundred Dollars for any caso that it fails to cure Send for liHt of testimonials Address CHENEY CO Toledo O Sold by Druggists 75 cents nv-h m GRAVES m k ffl tf i Best Set of Teeth t T Vitalized Air Administered 60 cents 25 cents Teeth Extracted TJEsi S Over Opera House LEXINGTON KY SSTALL liEtilllitei p iiOt R H HODGEN D D S Manager WORK GlTAKAXTEEl FJ - ft ii x JJtiaM 5 Priroy TVarhmV IiiMltutn in Mntllln Tho Magoffin county Teachers Insti- Â¬ tute was in session at Hendricks Magoffin You will run no clmneo Things county last week The institute was con COX CO aro what thoy soom Over 100 ducted by D W Gardner LEXINGTON KY Thoro will bo no disappointments teachers wcro enrolled as members the in storo for you largest number by far of any over held VICTOR B0GAGRT in tho county before This was tho clos public work of II J Arnutt County Super MANAGER Thoro is n parallel between lirazil and ing i intendent whoso term of ollico expires 87 N Hroadway LEXINGTON KY JIuwaii on theso latest development W Atkeson tho newly Soon after Hrail had changed to a re- this week II 17 E Short Street bo in Â¬ publican form of government a resolution elected Superintendent will then ducted into oilicc KY was introduced in tho IIouso by Mr Mc I know an old soldier who had chron- Â¬ Crcary now Chairman of tho Foreign Diamonds Watches and Jowolry ic diarrluea of long standing to have Affairs Committee for recognition tho DEALER IN Democrats thinking that President Har been permanently cured by taking Cham Roliablo Goods Fair Dealing and rison had delayed action unreasonably berlains Colic Cholera and Piarrluua Bottom Prices All Goods nnd Work says Edward Slnunpik a Guarantood Jioforo tho Committee could tako action Remedy on tho resolution howover Congress was prominent druggist of Minneapolis Min I liavo sold the remedy in this notified that tho President had recog Â¬ nesota city for over seven years and considor it nized tho now government Mitchell Wagons Owensboro Wagons superior to any other medicine now on 1IAKKL GKEKN KY McCormick Binders and Mowers Kennoth Pozemorohad tho good for- the market for bowel complaint 2f Is tho only firm in the town which han of Cham- Solid Steel Binders and Mowers tune to receive a small bottle and fit cent bottles of this remedy for dles tho juntly celebrated borloins Colic Cholera and Diarrhwa salo by John M Rose Repairs kept in stock for McCormick Whiteley and llomedy when threo members of his fam Â¬ Champion Machinery Granger and Tiger Hay Hakes Teliilimio Ilun to SulytiMvllltt ily wcro sick with dysentery This one trom the wholesale bouse of Avery and Malta Double Shovel Plows Stock to the amount of 000 was last Hinall bottlo cured thorn all and ho week subscribed in ordor to build a Tele had somo left which ho gavo to Geo W phono lino from Salyersvillo to Paints- JJakor a prominent merchant of the PORTSMOUTH OHIO villeand connect witli tho Kichardson and place Lowiston N 0 and it cured him Paintsvillo line rirWheii you want tho 1JEST footwear The stockholders of give When troubled him a call of tho samo complaint uolly tho Richardson line are the promotors of with dysontcry diarrhoaa colio or chole this ouo and it only took a few minutes ra morbus givo this romedy a trial and to got up tho amount necessary Work OOMHS HOUSE CAMPTON KY you will bo more than pleased with tho will commcuco immediately Tho nraiso that naturally fol rftfliilt J Ii HOLLON PnoiMiiirroii Soptomliur iMt lii nt Day lows ita introduction and uso has mado Tho patronage of traveling public is it very popular 25 and f0 cent bottles This date may not bo tho last day of respectfully solicitedtho Table tho best nnd all timo but it is positively the latest every attention to the comfort of guests for salo by John M lloso U The Farmers Friend date that you can rent an Electropoise Donth of MImh Cihvom for five dollars All orfor two months FLOYD BYKD North Maysvillo Street Miss Emma Cravons aged 18 years ders received on or boforo this timo will Sterling Ky Campton Ky consumption at tho homo of her died of tf recoivo prompt attention all now instru ATTORNEY-AT-LA- W Ae if Ic Ki kvinrvf iiiii Ul t futhor WilHnm Cravons in this county ments Dont delay until tho last day rP lll everyone will want to clean Abstracts of title furnished collecWedueslay Funral services wore hold boforo making up your mind tako ad tions mado and prompt returns guaranteed house and must have yesterday afternoon nt Somerset church vantage of it right now Ono of our pat- Â¬ Connected with the law firm of Wood Day Mt Sterling Ky iu civil practice conduotod by Elder L H Koynolds rons thus aptly expresses himself Tho burial in Machpelah comotory Deceased Electropoise has cured mo of neuralgia T O JOHNSON J H 8WANOO Campton was a young lady who lived a Christian indigestion and a complication of other Hiuel Green JOHNSON and will reap hor reward in heaven ailments which had so completely wreck- Â¬ SWANGO life To her relatives and f rionds whoso hoads ed my nervous system that my life was a ATTOJINEYS-AT-LASuch as Bedroom Suits aro bowed iu grlof over hor untimely burden I had been sick for twenty years Will practice in the Wolfe county nnd cir- Organs Bureaus Tables cuit courts death we extend our deep sympathy I rcalizo that Tho Electropoise is a pro- ami abstracts Collections promptly inntlo can And in a tirst class Furniture of title tarnished on short 8ntinelDemocrat 0 lm pelling forco in natures store house for notice tho lal gest lino of Carpets in Eastern is nature s reme Â¬ diseaso re suffering humanity It My boy waa taken with a is tho latest 1 fT D MOORE rock bottom bloody flux Tho first thing I dy whoso healing effect is so silent so U u auru 10 can aiid jembliug WITH seo us at thought of wa Ohamborlatna Colic suro and yot so mysterious that it is BEN WILLIAMSON CO Two justly termed tho wonder of the age Cholera and Diarrhcna Kemedy c Fifty pago book freo giving full par- Â¬ dowaof it settled tho matter aud cured heartily recom ticulars Address DuDois fc Wnbb 509 OATLETTSnURG KY kim sound and well I Solo agenoy for South Bond Plows jnend this remedy to all persons suffering Fourth Avonue Loulsvillo Ky will answer any Do you want the beat rollJ from a like complaint I stamp is in J If LOOKHART when regarding it Do you wut the best Hour inquiries officials as aloUd I refer to any county If you do bring your wool and wheat to Wm Boaoh J May town and you will tet tke best Mill reliability wm my For lull a aad maeklaft running every day Campbell Co Tein Maytown Mill Co EL KY Kow to tho hands of any but roliublo pooplo whon you uro looking for Wo uro tho largest CLOTHING house in Contra I Kontucky nnd inako n specialty of 700 nnd 10 Suits With ovory suit for Men wo givo a guaranteed lovor niovo niont dust proof WATCH AND CHAIN fiikk White Hall flte Year your first entry bo n resolution not to buy until you havo seen us for W Carpets Curtains Rugs Oil Cloths Mattings Â¬ K Hill Â¬ Â¬ fllaifao DIM Jeweler HUGH HICKS 11 Â¬ LEXINGTON Jralct JSIJLmCm Â¬ Â¬ Johm M Rose HARDWARE QUEENSWARE TINWARE And a Full Line of Agricultural Implements Whiteleys Â¬ l Â¬ Boots and Shoes C Â¬ P Tracy Co The Best and Cheapest Cook Stoves and Ranges on the Market aueensware at Cut Throat Prices MANTELS AND GRATES Â¬ A art Â¬ Â¬ r Â¬ wu A New Carpet or Matting Window Shades or House Furnishing- Goods W Â¬ Â¬ Vt at MASONIC TEMPLE SAT - KontTw t 1 Hardware Cutlery MFvVOXf A TR r Hurra Bwrexai1 A ZJ4 a- i mv m V T i h v itA i l vsi i WBiB TRIMBLE ttPnnrmrcinc JS eMIM Mt Sterling gy 5205 t j J mm - - - - jCi 7 v fc V TVS SESBHBBBi J I RlCtlARD-vSCoLAJoHN5To- N- ami thelrn 1 cant but be afflM aeeh as that 1 got a will myself which Romo maynt like when Im gone and tho beglnnin of a example o breakin willn out and out thout up and down good reason I cant go to that extent myself Well Ill swallow tho balance of my toddy and then go and sco what Arthur Dabney want with mo Repairing to the ofllco and assigned a chair ho took from his pockot a bis Â¬ cuit and said Arthur I call you Arthur because jou was raised right thero by me nnd youve never talked or done like you feel like you got above your raisin CpPYRIQHT WALTER AWOOD 1894 Always at the front in design style and quality of our 1 3 MOWERS HAY RAKES TUBULAR STEEL MOWER teoaBYrfB LIPPINCqTT CPMPANYe both of us with his filthy dust lies us sly as hes raaeally but ho cant rub out every single one of his tracks His courting the widow so soon coarse dog that he is shows that it was more than one bird he was after and that hes anxious You work up the case and let me hear from time to time of t - Cussing aint much of a habit with me though I sometimes do blaze out as I felt once or twice like doing when you were stating the case just now to me Hut its amost Sun- day and my wife would feel in yet more scolding mood if she knew that Id been cussing Wilo Amerson So let that go for the present As for the my application for administration counsel is to let that rest awhile When the time comes wed better ap ply for letters in full leaving out de bonis non That you see Watson will construe us an admission of the wills validity See Dabney Dabney answered smilI do now ing No harm done no harm done You let the case go by Monday I dont beljevo Id go in the- courthouse at all That will put them to thinking that we feel content to bido our time to done Â¬ Â¬ Dont do it Dabney at least in Lets talk now about what youve done and then whats to be words CHAPTKIt XIII rovrtNiTi Seaborn Torrance habitually attend ccl the superior court which in the dozen and more counties of which the circuit was composed held spring and fall tonus No lawyer in middle Geor Â¬ gia was regarded an more able than he particularly in the conduct of en es in volvinjr eomplieatel issues I5eiles very hljfh admiration for him Dabney had some nlVcction having gotten more than once from him timely nug gostiom when trying cases The in Â¬ ferior court limited to the county also held two sessions in the year This court had civil jurisdiction except as to land co ordinate with the former and sat as a court of ordinary besides It was composed of live justices elected by the people Often suits of grout im- Â¬ portance were instituted therein be Â¬ cause as the judiciary allowed to par ties two trials those dissattsiled with the rulings of ollleials without learn ing in the law could appeal to the higher tribunal Therefore lawyers from other counties seldom attended It was on business outside that Tor Â¬ rance came to the town on the Satur day before the court at which Han nahs application expected to be considered Dabney grown more anxious called upon him one night it Ilusons lie found him in good case having set tled hii business satisfactorily and got ten a good sipper When Dabney had made his statement he said Yes yes You see how things come around Arthur Wiley Amerson cheated out of near two thousand dollars a client of mine in Hancock there on Island creek nigh the llaldwin line It was too late when the poor fellow came to me to do him any good but I sent word to Wiley and I know he got it that I meant if 1 lived to try to pay him back And your client is Hilly Enlows daughter in the Oconee dis- Â¬ trict He was a poor man but an hon- Â¬ est They said she was a beauty lly the wa didnt I hear she used to be an old sweetheart of yours eh Dab he went on not However nej seeming to notice the seriousness on Dabncys face kits to the business Now as to the fee Ill leave that to you only that Ill take no retainer Would but trust to the contingent that be satisfactory to the widow Why of course Mr Torrance more Shed hardly think than satisfactor she ought not to insist No no You see I want if I can to get even with Amcrson and then want to help you for my good lad a case that if we can put it through its will give a good shove to the reputa- Â¬ tion youve already got Why my dear Mr Torrance I dont know how to thank Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ your discoveries Note little things as well as big Have you ever looked at that will No Well I want to when I come again My observations have been that about all such villainies in animate things used in their consum mation sometimes give signs that minute and slight as they are if a man will atudy them closely seem to point to lurking places which it Is worth while to ferret I knew Pearce Ameivon a rough man and in old age made too aspiring by Wiley Hut he was tip right at least he was always so re Â¬ gardedand I have no idea that he meant to delude in saying he would die intestate He believed that he had destroyed that will How its destruc Â¬ tion was prevented weve got to find out if we do that other things will follow The law and the public are against disturbing such depositions however capricious and unjust but if we can show that at the time of the execution old Amersons mind was la boring with unfounded prejudices against his son for marrying as he did it will go hard if we cant at least di Â¬ vide the jury and afterwards drive Wile to some sort of compromise and if we can put on his tongue the spring of that inlluence well bring an action of slander ancillary to other proceed ing In hunting such a rat as Amer Â¬ son weve got to employ every artifice trap dead fall shotgun and bane Eh Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ what I prefer you to call me Jos so be it so then 1 wero goin to say that Justus Rachels told mo you wanted to see mo and so Ive come nnd if you haint a objection to it Ill eat a biscuit because Ive jesnow took a toddy at Justus 4Hig Injun as they call it and she aint goln to do me the good benefits Im a countiu on from her ithout I put a little aomethln on top of her where sho went if youll ex Â¬ cuse me Thats right Mr Flint Thats REAPERS and BINDERS i with latest improvements we calL attention of farmers to their great strength durability and light hay rake draft Our sales show that they are unexcelled bena tor catalogue i WALTER A WOOD MOWING AND REAPING MACHINE CO K Dubney Eh my boy Without waiting for a response he continued Well thatll do for to night I feel like there are other things on my mind to say but Ill wait till they get into clear shape Im tired Come bj after breukfast in the morning and well have another chat before I start Sun day I know but we are now engaged in getting out of the pit not an ox nor an ass but a widow and an orphan Heigh ho the meanness is in this world Still I like to live in it old as Im getting and with all that Ive seen Â¬ After he had gone Che next morning the young lawyer felt and so assured his client that the case was stronger than he had hoped CHAPTKIt XIV in it 1 about a matter Mr Flint had spoken in public of the will in such terms of blame that Amer Â¬ son began to avoid him Dabney hearing of this asked llachels to re- Â¬ quest him to call at the ofllco when he next came to town So on the next Saturday his day for coming in while sipping his first toddy at the Hig In- Â¬ dian Rachels said Uncle Lishy Squire Dabney was in here not long back and he asked me to tell you the llrst time 1 see you he wished youd stop in his ofilec as he wants to have a little talk with you Squire Dabney said the customer somehow I gothercd setting down the tumbler which he whom ho got it Why what do he want was raising Well I ennt ricllct cgznct but I along of me yo reckon Justie somehow it were that ho havo honrd never had no business with him ex n kind o ceptin to get him to draw up a will for Hnrnnh werokeer much frolicky frisk fur well tho that didnt me and I paid him for that like I upshot wore she werent too good nnd allays do for everything as I go up were danger of her fetchln down tho Did he say what it was about Wiley have lift it up nnd No sir but I got the idee somehow family nfter I so on which told him I could of told it might be about the Amerson will him nil tho time that Hnrnnh wero a Ho never let on in them words but Certainly Mr Flint mako yourself entirely at home I thank you for coming I only want to chat with you a little about old man Amersons will An unfortunate piece of business wasnt it Very onfortnate and a onexpect eder to me I dont rielect I had heard that you were much surprised and a good deal distressed by It Indeed so far as I eunheur everybody in Ruldwin county isex Â¬ cept of course Wiley Amerson who thinks he has everything in his sling as they say Ills father before him were an am Â¬ bition kind of man about the gittin o propty and holdin on to it Theros where Wiley got it Now his mother were dilTernt and Cullen ho took arf ter her A fine boy a oncommon fine boy It werent right that is to my opinion which business its none o mine but to me it dont appear right but there it is you see Arthur Now that will you writ for mo one o my sons aint a goin to like it when Im out o the way but tho law you know is agin the Thats all perfectly true Mr Flint Regarding your will other people whether John thinks so or not will say it was right and certainly there can be no suspicion regarding it This case is very different In this thero as been great fraud somewhere and it is of utmost importance to find out what it was I wanted to see you and nscertnin what you might remember in your intercourse with Pearce Amer Â¬ son to show that ho had not such pref- Â¬ erence for Wiley over Cullen as that will indicates Mr Flint stooped carefully picked up n crumb nnd ffoiiic to n window threw it out Resuming his chair ho said smiling My old oman frclcwent gives me n scold about drnppin crumbs nbout but as to that I dont know ns I know anything excoptin what everylxidy know in our settlement The old man Amerson wero monstous fond o seem like to me Cullen till ho got married to Hamuli En low when seem like soon nrter that ho got put out aginst him but then in no long time nbout ft year or sech n matter I thought ho had got riconeiled to him nnd oven u iucludin of Hnrnnh I know he was monstous proud when their baby como and they named it nrter him Units whnt mnke it nil stonish me so Why sir Ive heard him up till not two month before ho taken sick of frekwent n goin on nbout Hnrnnh whnt n fine industrous wio sho wero to Cullen nnd turnln out so fur better than ho ben from whnt some peoplo had told him nbout her Did he sny whnt this wns and from Nt jy wpffSte -- San 2Msr HBNKV ENCLOSED GEAR REAPER HARVESTER AND BINDER See W W REED Mt Sterling Ky for prices FlKNISIIIXG UOODS STORK at niv resid ncu in Hazel Green and will carry a com Â¬ plete line of the following articles which will be sold at the L0WK8T PRICKS via Ladies Toilets Curlig Iron Underwear Handkerchiefs Unitizing Faints Woolen Dross Goods Whale Hones Silk Laces blaek nnd white Gindintns Lawns Ac Whale Hone Casings Laces Knibrolderles Muslins White Goods Ladies Slippers Complete line of Hosiery Dress Shields Corsets Veilings Infants Caps Dress Trimmings Elastics ete eto Umbrellas Towels Bay Tour Hats of Mo and Got Thorn Trimmed Froo of Charge My stoek will embrace every article of Ladies wear in the latest stylo just from the city as well as many other notions too numerous to mention I will also do PltESS MAKING and will out and make dresses to suit tho hard time prices Host system of cutting lv the Haddington Cutting Machine which was awarded first premium at titer lOOl IMUMXfiU nf rVvlnitm liv irll iikiI hvnn UIH llv knmv to the ImHt8 of his yldiilty will be my assistant Your trado is respectfully very rcspectlully solicited and satisfaction guaranteed Hat Trimming Ribbons Ladies Hats miil-i For the benefit of ho Indies fo Hazel Greuu and vlclnltv ft iffiii it tati tin I havo opened a GKNERAI o A f vi Ladies Gloves M -- J nit fl JluulUflA Mrs FRED DAY III S wsmw rSi- - jMgtoThc in FIRE LIFE ACCIDENT Hates Reasonable A amw ASSETS OVER LOSSES PAID Address A HOFFMAN vvpff Safest Best and MOST Eastern Kentucky RELIABLE Agency 26000000 27500000 Mt Sterling Ky Thero are with which tho wenk person generally lias to contend WINCHESTER KY WoitK regularly consumes his Htrengtb hut often pays for what it takeb N H WITIIKKSrOON President K D HUNTER Cushion Wokuy lights tho caudlo at tho other end and novor pays at all Capital 20000000 Dibhahi ties his hands and deprives bin Paid up of power of resistance Surplus 6000000 Who can number tho thousands Tliis Hunk solicits the accounts of mer traders and business men chants farmers OVERCOME generally throughout Eastern Kentucky and oilers its customers overy facility and this mighty trio For years wo have the most liberal terms within the limits of legitimate bunking octl8ly fought these consumers of lifo with Hfo1 own weapon the air we breathe made stronger for tho combat by tho aid antt skill of modern scionco Our Â¬ Winsiei BanR ENEMIES THREE s- - BY M 1 M jif N A DAHNKY OAIXEP UrON HIM ONE NIOIIT striko for highor thjngB People will talk aout the infernal case and you must keep your ears open Thero isnt n shadow of doubt in my mind that theros fraud somewhere and if thoro l mv0 ot t0 flndÂ¬ is why y where its hid Whats the uso of being lawyers if such a follow as Wilo Amerson can keep blinding the oves of aa Pearce Amersons will Why my Lord I got nothin to do long of Pearco Amersons will excoptin 1 were one o tho witnesses and I ben sorry for that ever sonco I heard how agin Cullon it went that were my favorite mong his two boys and I told Wilo so Hut thats overy blessed thing I had to do with itl It maynt be that Uncle Lishy As for that will its a shame it wero ever mado nnd itll bo a pity if it aint broke Come now Oustus come now I cant follcr you fur as that A mans wills his will Tho law say that and it wont lot her bo broke onlest they is mighty plain good reason for it The law thoy tell mo is very pinted in sech n cose which and it ought to bo That may bo so but sposo tho old man thought ho done destroyed it after making it and sposo ho wero hendered from destroying it by some Â¬ body unbeknownst which to my opin- Â¬ ion thats so Ah Oustus but such as that havo to bo provo piho blank Its a troublesomo case all round Poor Cul- Â¬ lon but it aint a hurtin of him now Yot theres his widdorand orphin child that it seem ruther hard on them I been a hopin theyd compermise it which as for breakin a will dry so be- Â¬ cause it dont read accord in to what peoplo think thoyd do if it was them that idee perfect joweld of n girl myself if her pnronts was in modrnto circumses As for whered ho got his idces ho had at tho ofTsturt why Ill havo to well tho people in tho settlement says and my old omnn among cm thoy all says he never got em from nobody but Wilo Amerbon hissolf No doubt about that Mr Flint Mr Amerson did not toll you what wna in hiB will No bless your soul no nor I novor ChAY CITY KY COMPOUND OXYGEN 50000 COX Capital FLOYD DAY President J F Cashier No Bunk in EuHtcrn Kentucky has better DRS STARKEY PALEN vaults nor better facilities for keeping your account Managed entirely by home people 1C29 Arch St Philadelphia Pa who know you and who are always ready to 120 Sutter St San Francisco Ca accommodate you tf crMoney to loan ou reasonable rates Call on us restores strength quiets tho norves and oxpels diseases Proof that will convinco all whoreasoa is oilerod freo to all who sufibr Send us your address sounducss of mind TO 1JI5 Did ho over say in your hearing that ho had destroyed it or that ho meant Clark Goumu Haiionai BanK to do so No not as I member Ho wore not MAIN STREET WINCHESTER KY a man to talk about what hed ben u doln nnd wero n mcnnln to do and JOHN W BEAN President I never ast him It not beln any o my 1 P CURTIS Cashier business I was not in court when tho will Surplus 100000 was proved You wore I hoard and Capital 9200000 testified to the old gontlomaus ontiro Undivided Profits 35000 CONTINUKI ast him Caveats nnd Trade Marks obtained asd all Pat Â¬ ent business condnctod for Moderate Feci Our Office It Opposite US Patent and wo can secure patent Id lees time taantbM reinoto from Washington Hend niodol drawing or pboto with tlon Wo advlso If patentable or not dwrir free rf clmrgo Our fuo not duo till patent is Hand A Pamphlet How to Obtain lateate wltk names ofactual clients In your B tat e eowatyer town sent freo Addrete mm 0e t V h - H Wftsh Your Fnce and loet So Clean is tho finest pure whito sonp ever introduced hero It ia bettor than Caahmoro Jioquot for tho toilet superior to Ivory for 11 no laundry nnd ahead of Sapolio for tho kitchen One cako lOo 2 for 15c 1 for 25c Sold at -- Organized 1805 being the oldest onnk in county Collections mado on all points and your business solicited he CASNOWCO 0M WMtt Oppetlte PateM ST- - JAMES HOTEL Fourth Street near Mum CINCINNATI O HUNS MHimKcra -- HOTEL LELAHD 11 Lexington Ky Froprleter vr if r V lUtOOKH t 3OKO WKIIKUS counties solicited ffr Hot Water New nulhlingl Out ami Kleetrle JJghtt Kleotrio Kleyatorl Heated throughout wkk u y j this ofllco only SuThe putronagtt of Wolfe and Morgan p 0Q a Dy irRatM Xer huslue9 center and tlepet Coma rI mm g It HKOOKJL me Itesptetfelly t Ul i i in SHtL Pfif r - A 1 JH jBI Hkf mSM HHHfEfr DA TttE FlfTtt XttiBif 0U Of Ttt 1 i M IP na 10 Hi mbBrI KvIl Kl V 7 f V H Mil ran Hi Vi W ai flHflll ftV WILL BE HELD ON THEIR GROUNDS HAZEL GREEN KY iff September 4th 5th 6th and 7th 1894 m ft i r 1 tf - ijf - we iiina ksJlir-V fSf I 111 i iimm 1 UaWfcSKoPH flniminjiinnpuis -- 1 J iVJl njJiwjt rw piww ijIUVin1 K HgTOT j St ss33 H0 BSPSl rrr S - 18 fcro2 SPBJ fiv W rwvjsSwiif1 i Sstf WSl i rc5v I ii i TAX VT o 03 Handsomost Pillow Shams Bost Cako Bost Fruit Cako 2 MORNING PROGRAMME 2 50 Bost Lamb 50 Boat Buok any ago or brood 2 50 any ago or brood Boat Ewo 2 50 Boat Malo Hog any ago 2 50 Boat Fomalo Hog any ago 2 50 Boat Pair PiB piircod in 1804 5 00 Stoor Calf undor 12 months old Boat 5 00 undor 12 months old Boat Hoifor Calf 5 00 Boat Bull Calf urdor 12 months old 10 00 Boat Bull any ago 0 to lat 4 to 2nd 5 00 Boat Hoifor from 1 yr to 2 yrs old 10 00 Cow any ago 0 to lat 4 to 2d Boat 5 00 Boat Pair Cattlo from 1 to 2 yoara old 5 00 8 yoara old Boat Pair Cattlo from 2 to 10 00 Boat Pair Cattlo any ago 0 to lat 4 to 2d day must bo jprAll on trios for foronoon 1ofp oaoh for aftornoon 9 oclock a m and by in mado by exhibits This rulo will bo strictly adhorod to IDntranco fooa as follows towit 100 50 On purso of 500 250 On purso of 1500 200 1000 150 1325 2500 2000 250 4000 500 8000 875 K u i 7500 950 5000 025 20000 2500 10000 1250 oxhibits froo Entries must bo 04FmA Floral Hall mado by 4 p m of first day Anything shown prior to this your is barrod from oxhibition in tho hall display c -- w Boat Loaf Light Broad Boat Jar Honoy Comb Boat Sugar Cano dozon stalks Largest and bost Cabbaco I dozon hoads Largost and best Boots dozon hoads Bost Spooimon Produco from ono farm Largost and bost Gourd Bost Greon Boans bushol Nicest Calico Quilt JEbFFastkst Trotter- - Horso Maro or Golding 1 yonr and undor 2 1500 7 to 1st 5 to 2d 8 to 8rd Ilalf milo boats bost 2 in 8 5 to fill 8 to start Fastest Trotter- - Maro or Golding Purso 100 50 to 1st 80 to 2d and 20 to 8d Milo boats bost two in throo fivo to fill and throo to start All trotting racos must bo in harnoss Pony Race For horsos 14 hands and undor Purso 25 12 to 1st 8 to 2d 5 to 8rd Ono milo boats bost two in throo fivo to fill and throo to start -- 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 5 2 2 2 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 SBJ5 rv Vl EMM Vv MORNING PROGRAMME 10 00 Bost Horso Colt 0 to 1st 4 to 2d Bost Maro Colt 0 to 1st 4 to 2d 10 00 Best Maro 1 yoar and undor 2 0 to 1st 4 to 2d 10 00 Bost Maro 2 yoars and undor 8 0 to 1st 4 to 2d 10 00 Bost Horso 1 year and undor 2 0 to 1st 4 to 2d 10 00 Best Horso 2 years and undor 3 0 to 1st 4 to 2d 10 00 Bost Gentleman llidor 10 0 to 1st 4 to 2d Best Lady Ridor 10 0 to 1st 4 to 2d Walk first half milo trot pneo or rack second and run third Purso 40 20 to 1st 12 to 2d 8 to 8d Swoopstakos for all ages fivo to fill and throo to start AFTERNOON PROGRAMME Fastest Trotting Mulo in harnoss to 2d 5 to8d Ilalf milo heats bost to fill and threo to start Foot Race 10 0 to 1st 4 to 2d 200 yards 80 15 to 1st 10 two in throo fivo h KZ M5SW r MORNING PROGRAMME Bost and finost Maro Mulo Colt 0 to 1st 4 to 2d Bost and finost Horso Host Mulo 1 yr old and undor 2 Bost Mulo 2 yr old and undor 8 Best lulo any ago Bost Jack any auo Bost Harnoss Stallion any ago 10 to 1st 5 to 2d u Bost Maro or Holding Bost Saddlo Stallion it Bost Brood Maro and 1 colt Bost Stallion and 8 of his colts I I Free for all Trot Horso Maro or Gelding any ago Purso 200 100 to 1st 00 to 2d 40 to 8d Milo boats bost threo in fivo fivo to fill and throo to atart Mulo Raco 15 7 to 1st 5 to 2d 8 to 8d Half milo boats best two in throo fivo to fill and threo to start 10 10 10 10 10 fr II la 10 15 15 15 15 15 AFTERNOON PROGRAMME FLORAL HALL EXHIBITS g0FmA products must bo of oxhibitors own raising 2 00 Largoat and boBt Irish Potatoos i bushol 2 00 Potatoos bushol Largest and boat Swoot 2 00 LargOBt and bost Tomatos 1 dozon 2 00 Largost and bost Onions bushol 2 00 bost Ears Corn bushol Largest and 2 00 Largest and bost Whoat i bushol 24 hds cut oft at top joint 2 00 Laruost and boat Oats 2 00 Largost and bost Millot 24 hoada 2 00 Largoat and bost Apples bushol 2 00 bost Grapos 1 dozon bunohos Largost and 2 00 Largost and boat Watormolon 2 00 or Cantoloup Largoat and bost Muskmolon 2 00 Largoat and bost Pumpkin or Sounsh 1 pound 2 00 Bost Oako of Buttor not loss than 2 00 piooo Patchwork Handsomost 2 00 Ruffling and Tucking Fanoiost pioco 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 lVi TOOTTIE MT0 MORNING PROGRAMME Bost Maro or Golding any ngo 0 to 1st 4 to 2d 10 00 Bost Pair Mulos any ago proporty of ono man 10 00 Trot Throo yoars and undor 4 50 25 to lat 15 to 2d 10 to 8d Ono milo boats bost two in throo fivo to nil ana mreo 10 Biart Slow Race Chango Ridors Horso Maro or Golding freo to all 15 7 to 1st 5 to 2d 8 to 8rd Half milo boats bost two in throo fivo to fill throo to start Fastost Trotting Mulo undor saddlo 15 7 to 1st 5 to 2d 8 to 8d Half milo heats bost two in throo fivo to fill and throo to start LA p Wk IJ o AFTERNOON PROGRAMME Bost Saddlo Maro or Golding stylo and onduranco considorod 0 to lat 4 to 2nd 10 00 Froo For All Paco Purso 100 50 to 1st 80 to 2d and 20 to 8rd Milo boats bost two in throo fivo to fill and throo to atart Trot 2 yoar old and undor 8 Purso 80 15 to 1st 10 to 2d and 5 to 8d Half milo boats bost two in throo fivo to fill and throo to start Mulo Raco Purso 15 7 to 1st 5 to 2d and 8 to 8rd Half milo hoata bost two in throo fivo to fill and throo to atart No mulo will bo oligiblo to any raco that has won first monoy at throo auocooding faira at this or i AFTERNOONJPROGRAMME 200 100 to 1st GO to 2d 40 to 8d Milo boats two in throo fivo to fill and Threo to start Froo for nil Trotr W0 Half milo beats bost two in throo fivo to fill and throo to start Fastost Pacer I any othor Half milo boats bost throo in fivo fivo to fill and throo to start h0ts boat two m throe nlf m fivo to fill and throo to start 10 to 8d I 111 J Competition Open Only to the Mountains Ri A KASH Secv F PIERATT Pres hZZ3V8ttXi5B8si cm llO rerNjsQgTO t -- lit s syf t E A llJlHAj t gffilfW3lllfi1tiiriiii ki5r rrTwrrriwiiiiwiipWliMiir Mtfi rn1 n tKiuj