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Digital page images are linked to the text file. s yv 4 c hr SPENCER COOPER Owner and Editor Hazel Green Herald Established March 4 1885 and Mndo Famous in tho Colobrntod Story of Of R Jonathan and Hie Continent 111 by Mux ORolL Nly World With Nmwh From All Nation Iumnrlojc M llnck G tl00 A YEAR 1891 i Always in Arfvurum iENTH YEAH p HAZEL GREEN WOLFE COUNTY KY THURSDAY SEPTEMBER to do the cooking for Tho Home during tho coming term and the students will have good eating without attending tho annual meeting All honor to President Piorattand his worthy lieutenants Nothing has been left undone to make the Fair n succesi and if every body dont have a good time the fault lies within themselves notwithstanding the cold water flings of a few disgrunted growlers and sore lieads President Pieratt met with a very pain Â¬ ful accident late vesterdav afternoon While riding through J T Days livery stable a horse kicked him on tho right leg indicting an ugly wound La to last night he was still suffering but this morning ho is on hands Neither broken bones nor kicks of any kind can daunt a man of his nerve We notice that Hon John P Salver and others have eaten up u patch of water melons for E B Perry of Morgan county Wu knew John P liked water without the melon attachment but are proud to know that he can also give some attention to the luscious melon Ho once upon a time said that the editor of this paper had the best well of water in the world and it is an open question whether he likes our water or Mr Perrys melons the better Â¬ NUMBER 34 OUR FAIR A DECIDED SUCCESS THE LARGEST ATTENDANCE IN ITS HISTORY MORE HORSES MORE RACING MORE Ralph Zevy representing tho Mer- Â¬ chants Job Lot House Cincinnati is still at the Day House nndjwlll be pleased to show his lino of clothing to the mer- Â¬ chants The many friends of Miss Sabina Taulbee who is sick at her grandfathers will be glad to learn that sho is much better and in a fair way to an early reÂ¬ INTEREST MANIFESTED uvrnvTiiiscs 1WSSKI OFF QUIKTIY W D i Relow will be found a partial list of visitors to the Fair each day ns taken from our daily and such other occurrences as presented themselves to the eagle eyes of our rcportorial corps The list of premiums as awarded by tho Association will be published next week Â¬ Â¬ i m h the Fair Robert MeLin left yesterday for his homo in Winchester Miss Nancv I lord who is teaching in Lee county is at homo for a weeks visit Dock lliclfsror Harrison county arrived yesterday and will take in the Fair M iss Rosa Trimble is not so well today Jlermother Mrs W P Trimble is better lion Jo M Kendall addressed the Confederate Association at Frenchburg Friday this W1I DoBusk who is teachingfor a in Lee county is at homo year weeks visit Miss Emma Slimp who has been quite ill at W T Caskeys has recoverd sulli ciently to be about Medlev Oliver of Mt Sterling arrived He is a nephew of Mrs Dr Sundtiv Kash whom he is visiting Â¬ From Tuemlnys Dnlly Jesse Staten of ill Sterling is up for Â¬ the bedside of F MeGuire Sunday left yesterday for his home at Ezel R N Rose who is engaged in the lumber business at Elkatawa is at home for a week and will take in the Fair Mrs Ins Harris little son and daught er of Jackson are at the Day House They will remain over the week JHDavis returned last night from West Virginia where ho has Welch been engaged in the stone masonry business Mrs G 11 Dr Thomas who was summoned to Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ the Fair Dr M C Kash of Farmers is visiting at his old home on Gillmoro Macks Hatchet was an effective weapon in days gone by Eliwi Swango wifc of Register Swango arrived Friday from Frankfort and will remain until after ririi ft1 if Hiirrv Gamble of Maine Lawrence county Kentucky an ex Representative of the Legislature has three horses to exhibit at the Fair This is a gala week for Hazel Green and wo hope every visitor will be well pleased with tho Fair and the town and come again next year Ed French and Eugene Adkinson of Stanton and Johns Adams of Magollin county are here to enter Hazel Green Academy next Monday Judge G R Swango is in attendance at the annual reunion of the Confederate He veterans association at Russelsville days probably arrive for the two last will of the Fair r W t P J Miss Mvrtlo Maxey of West Liberty and Lizzie Cox ol Mt Sterling two highly accomplished and beautiful young ladies are visiting the family of Hon J E Quicksall The Fair the Fair of course jou rill go to tho Fair To sco all the races Tho patchwork and laces And all tho pretty faces thats there W L May of Magollin has a fine string of horses at his stables If we hail a few such men in our country the horso would soon be a paying product instead of the drag that he now is on our marÂ¬ kets iF W W MoGuire the attorney for the Broas Railroad Company paid our olllce a pleasant call Monday and from his talk wo judge that overybody will bo hero from West Liberty to take in the Miss Minn Hon of IJowon Fair r I 1 i county will teach a class in drawing hero during tho fall if sho can secure enough scholars to justify her Sho at tended tho school at Cincinnati for two years and is said to bo proilcient in her art Mrs Cord and Robert arrived hero Mrs Cord Friday from Oventoi brought along a colored irian and woman Â¬ loweii covery George Lvle Jr and wife and chil- Â¬ dren and Si iss Lillio Newkirk all of Estill county are the guests of Mrs Nannie Kash Thoy will remain during tho Fair Sam A Drown Democratic candidate for sheriff of Magollin county was at tho Fair grounds yesterday Ho expects to roll up a good majority in November Success to him Taylor Centers Democratic candidate for County Judgo said to Judge Carson the Republican candidate How are you ex Judge Let mo introduco you to the next Judge The union meeting given out to bo held at Ezel has been changed to Isaac Murphvs school house on Grassy the date 5th Sunday in Sep tember All ministers of the Gospel and all other aro cordially invited The Mkscs Hattie Colo and Minnie Downinir and John Downing all of Dully From VtNMlnoMlu Mrs Wm Tyler is very low with fever West Liberty arrived for the Fair yes The two former are characters J II Little of Campion is on hands terday West Liberty Dramatic club to in the at tho Fair exhibit at this place tomorrow night Dr T S Prysc of Ueattyville is over One of the most prominent horsemen for tho Fair l to stv Thai in Morgan county was D M Cottle of West Liberty is vis- unless l ho racing was carrid on on hono iting the Fair- vrable principles he would cease to pat Frank Lacy and wife of Lee City are ronize the Fair and withdraw his horses visiting the Fair Lets have fair play boys in any and James Hanks of Campton is sight everything seeing at the Fair President IT F Pieratt was at his post of duty vesterdav despite his laiuones Harry and Courtney Combs of CampNothing has equaled his nerve since Old ton ale in town for the week Jackson rode before his soldiers with a A hi jab Kvcrsole of Jackson is among shattered arm and threatened to shoot the young visitors to the Fair the first man who refused to obey orders MisRelle Oldtield was the guest of Verily tho age of iron wills has not Miss Fannie DeRusk yesterday passed Hobert Cummins Jr of Clay City Secretary Kash says that there was an old Hazel Green boy is in town more fine stuck entered vesterdav than Frank and Jack Congleton of Camp on any other corresponding day in the ton aie registered at tho Pay House history of tho Association That one statement is sufficient to knock out all C Ellison with Patton Bros of the soreheads in and about Hazel Green Catlettsburg is on the Fair Grounds who have tried to dNeourage this highly B N Spradling of Campton in mak commendable enterprise ing a full scholar at the Fair this week The 11 ku AM takes pleasure in refer Mrs R H Wheeler Son of Ueattyville are stopping with Mrs Rilda Day ing all those seeking legal advice to our young friend Rollin A Kash Police W W Means of Rothwell is stopping Judge of Hazel Green and Secretary of with J V Cravens and taking in the tho Fair Association who will take the air strictest pains to render satisfaction Mrs Sallie Gwin and son of Jackson His law office is over II F Pieratts are expected here todav to take in the Cos store Give him a call air Howll you swap bosses said a white James T Rush of Mt Sterling is up gent about three sheets in the wind to a for a weeks visit and will take in the colored brother Take 1000 u plied the black man Ill give you 1000 rair Jesse Horton and lira ok Johnson of Well boss Ise purtv hard up and bein Why you Montgonierv are stopping with Mrs F as its von Ill take 7 nO 10 00 durned fool I otlerod von N Day Well boss I splits the difference wid Dude Smith one of Louisvilles eiter you black son of a Go to h prising drummers is registered at the you gun and olf they rode Day House J II Stamper of Lexinuton was a M F Horton of Campton was in visitor at tho Fair on Tuesday and town yesterday by tho presence of was conspicuous F R Logan of Lexington registered a Ilreckinridge button Deputy Marat the Day House last night Ho will shall Ryrd also wore a button hole bo remain for a week quet representing the silver haired and J Green Trimble of Mt Sterling ar- silver tongued statesman These little rived last night He is with his daugh- tokens show how tho winds blow in the ter Mrs J T Day Seventh Circuit Court Clerk J F Vansant of The following letter received yesterCampton came over last night to take in day evplains itself the rest of the Fair LrxixuTov K Sept 1 lSH Mr Spkscku CooiKR Hazel Green Willie Spurlock and Rowland Minix I acknowledge Salyersville are enjoying fho sights Ky My Dear Friend of the receipt of complimentary ticket to and talking to the girls Miss Lethe Roberts of Campton is your Fair and regret my inability to be Please accept my thanks among our beautiful young lady visitors present With my kindest regards Sh is at the Day Hoiise Yours truly Elder J T Pieratt will preach at tho G us Straus Laurel school house in this county next The Will Moore Cornet Hand was orSunday at 10 a m and 1 p m ganized last January under tho manage J T Gevedon mid his better half of West Liberty accompanied by their lit- Â¬ incut of N P Wamaek and O C Maxev of tle daughter are sightseeing at the Fair with fourteen nieces twelve cost which them they have yet Its success has Joe Arnett of Salyersville is seeing a great deal of time to say nothing of the sights and taking in the Fair He tho expense which amounts to something lias the fastest horse that was ever on our over 800 This is quite a luxury for track our sister city ami we congratulate tho The Hatcher Creek base ball club of directors of the Fair on securing their Powell county defeated the Clay City services nine Saturdav September 1st Score Some several years ago there was a 21 to 0 minister who owned a saw mill and was Judge Taulbee tried twentvthree cases camping in a tent However he and one at Campton yesterday and took iu the 0f his employees who was rather a pro races too 1 hat is somewhat of a record fane fellow were talking on scripture i isn t it one morning while at nreaKinsi titi ino R C Thompson who has been away employee began to tell something the on busiiuivs for two months iu Brathitt Lird had said unto Mosc At that Knott and IVrrv counties is expected instant a rat ran across the Moor and he pointing at tho rat said I he Lord said homo to lay Missen Lena Beatty Pattie Mahanand unto Moses Hell what a rati visiting Mrs Wnkov of lU uuvville TllllMll Qhey will remain Mrs F MeGuiro Will Roberts of Campton was in nvnrthnwPPlr -r Â¬ Â¬ Henry Cecil of Grsasy Creek made a JcffPhtptw of Morgnn county w swell In town Wednesday popular judge yesterday Dr Raney and daughter of FrenchGrovcr Cleveland drinks milk shake burg are attending the Fair and so does Tiik Ucrald Miss Rachel Nickell of Ezel was here County attorney elect A Howard 8ti Wednesday and witnessed tho races per was on tlie grounds yesterday John Lacy of Campton was tho guest Ex BheriffSam Dennis ot Earl waai of his uncle James Lacy Wednesday town yesterday taking In the Fair Dudley Arnett of Salyersville was Deputy Sheriff Sam Wheeler of Mor Â¬ one of the visitors to tho 1air yesterday gan county was at the Fair yesterday Tho racing yesterday barring the time Dr Lock harts is was as good as can bo seen on any track turc Wo will look for him nexta pie year G D Sullivan nud Joe ORear of Miss Rachel Nickell of Ezel was ote Clark county were in attendance yester- of the beautiful girls at tho Fair yester Â¬ day day nun n in enmo in l j0 Ellison of Catlettsburg is up for i night to take in the remainder of the tuo Fur Uo is egistercd at the Day air House uinnca uinco oi uotnwei is up lor j Picratt of Mavtown was up yesterv a visit to his fneiuls and taking iu the He says tho ludr Is too good a thing Â¬ two-year-old Â¬ lii I j iy yr I t v Tioy Pieratt is well again and will J W McCullaeh of Cincinnati is rcg soon have Hilly Goat in shapo for tho istcred at the Day House and is taklnr track in the Fair Miss Ida Li in on of Jackson is spend Miss Mary Tatie Swanco of Stanton i ing the week with friends and taking in the cuest of her slater Mrs James Lacyv Â¬ the Fair Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ - Â¬ T Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ I a i W C Shanklin hits been a Green died Mondav of consumption He Harry Cecil of Grassy was tiptoeing was buried by the Musonio order wlnesdny l town Miss Anna Belle Combs of Campton I Wm Linden and wife of Leo City was is visiting her sister Mrs H F Pieratt Uncle Bill ccr She will probably bo listed soon among at tho Fair yesterday tainly enjoys his friends tho boarders at tho Academy Home of Mt Sterling who frcnuont visitor of IIiyel rttomnK0rr- Vfl VMy u - n aro Representative Mason Cone of Jack Â¬ Prof J W Taulbeo was a conspicuous son is in town today Ho will stay over figun at the Fair yesterday Ho hails tomorrow from Daysloro F M Gevedon and Harris Terrol of J B Ilollon ami wifo wcro at tho Fair Upper Grassy were enjoying tho races yesterday Mr Hollon has exhibited yesterday somo nice stock Mrs John P Salyer of West Liberty D J Lykins of South Fork was att is over for tho Fair and is visiting Mrs enterprising farmer that was present at Ellen Kash the Fairyexterday Miss Lucy Rrandcnburg another of J O B Johnson and Jess Horton oF Heattyvilles handsome girls is visiting Hone are taking iu tho Fair They are Mrs llou Day witli Mrs F N Day Miss Mollie Rowland ono of tho pret- Â¬ W J Seitz ativl wife of West Liberty tiest girls in the mountains is the guest were at the Fair yesterday They will1 of Mrs lvou Day remain over the week Rreeding Seal and Gabbard of Boone Mis Cora Combs of Ezel and a most ville are over for a good time and they excellent young ladv by the way is vis Â¬ are having it too iting Mrs F McGuire Jas II Little and wifo of Campton Charles Wyatt and John Trimble oF are the guests of the Day House and are Cainargo are stopping at Mrs F N Day5 enjoying the Fair and are takiui in the Fair Uncle John Nickell said he spit out Messrs Stephenson and Wolf of Vim enough mud yesterday to make a ginin are taking in the Fair fhoy are chimney stopping at Swango Springs Mrs Mary Jane Swango of Powell Berry Pierait of Ezel is palanting thecounty is visiting her sister Mrs James girls at the Fair in handsome style Ho Lacy at this place is a comely lad of sixteen summers Prof Cord was taken suddenly yesterTho Wells horse was well driven yestday and at this writing is very sick but erday by Ray Moss who made him m not serioiH however Look out for him in thev close second Remember no one allowed about the 200 pace Friday grand stand but those who arc invited Three balls and ono baby Thut No room for loafers the way she goes boys Tho Fairjusfc Dr J A Taulbee reports the birth of a comes once a year and only lasts four boy baby to the wifo of Johnnie Pieratt days so enjoy yourself They call it Andrew Supt A F Bvrd of Campton J Miles Nickell of Daysborough was shaking hands on the amnhithoatre II e among the number who was sight seeing is immensely popular and a tireless work at the Fair yesteiday er in the educational circle Wm Frisby Jerry South Bill Day Stranger ils lonesome in a big crowd -and George Smith of Frozen Creek isnt it 1 had rather bo in the wilder- were at the Fair yesteiday ness than in a big crowd by my solf so J L Noble and Charlie E Sewell or far as loneliness is concerned Jackson seem to be iu the old business Dr J F Lockhart dentist is located of heart breaking at the Fair iu the rear of the brick building on tho Mrs J M Downing of West Liberty corner o Main and Broodway Call oit is the guest of Mrs Ellen Ka Ji of our him and have your teeth examined city and is taking iu the Fair That Virginia pistol that was pulled Hon J C Lykins of Campton accom- on Kentucky soil yesterday was lauded panied bv his two sons Jus and Arthur in the hand of the oiliccr iu short order Tho citizen that pulled it went to gra was visiting tho Fair yesterday Miss Rose Trimble who has been quite Kenith Juliet of Hendricks was at the Fair yesterday and if youll look ill for a long time still continues a pa- tieut Christian sullurer and tho warm good you will find him today in weather and dust aro very trying upon Hon J Milt llagar of Salyersville down lor me rair lie inn suiunuu iuui her Floyd Day of Clay City and a former ocrat upon whom there are no Hies citizen of our town is up for tho week See the editor of Tin HkrammuhI A little He was one of tho prime movers of tho pay him your subscription Association and has always contributed money now would be very acceptable largely to its success i Mrs A S Henry and sister Miss Scott The cow that took tho bluo ribbon on from Kansas are registered at the Day Tuesday was the property of CurtiK House They are enjoying the Fair Rose of our town and not of W T Representative W C Taylor and wile Swango as erroneously reported in our- brother-in-laof Frenchburg aro visiting his issue of yesterday Prof J v Taulbee and taking in tho Fair Jo Kendall is quite a versatile gentle W O Mi 7o say he has not seen so many man Yesterday ho slid over a counter people since he was at the Worlds Fair at tho Fair Grounds and sold lemonade lie mivh thev outnumber the frogs of and cider with as much avidity as nix the Nile Italian peanut vendor Charley Swango and Ollie Waleott of Missch Pryso Flannery and Clayton Frankfort aro with M E James for the three of Beattvvillos charming young Fair They are enjoying themselves im- ladies aro at Mra W T Swangos Mm mensely Clayton has a tenor voice rarely excelled Shcrilf Ben Carr of Morgan wifo and for sweetness and compass daughter attended the Fair Wednesday Watch these columns closely and spend and were much pleased with the enter vnnr nioiiov with those who advertise tainment flint is the way tooucouraKohoineenter- Tho advertisement of T F Carr the prise and if people would only HiaketlxtJ little jeweler of Ezel will be round in a rule times would soon he better this issue and It will pay you to read It j0i WiUon get your gun yourHvrord carefully mid pltol and march those follows tr MissSusio Greer of Grassy Creek wni jail that hnvo been throwing their hat taking in the sights at the Fair yoeter in ths air and swearing by tho sun moo dav with our jeweler J M Havens of and stars that they could not be W reated this place Jonas F Vansant vice president of the Tho saddlo ring yesterday was a beau was on Wednesday iu the Fair Assouiatlon tv It has nover been equaled hlstorv of the Association cither In stylo Hummnned to tho bedside of his brother btfc John VanKint Clerk of ttt or numbers IU Henrv Combs Circuit and aunty Comity Oiurt who Is dHngerously and ho left at once for fcamly Hook Clerk of Mciicfec accompanied by his daughter was attending the Fair tho dust was an expressbw Wednesday that came out of an hundred dry tbro Heury Phillips of Mt Sterling Is at yesterday and then Pwsidjmt the Academy Home After tho Fair is stepped forth and mhi MW will wt ovcr ho will matriculate In the Academy onlv d n the diwt but we will drow Good boy NowaetliatitlWit for tho year stick-and-elay of this place - Â¬ Â¬ 4 Â¬ j I Dn f Ftt o - S n m ivxti jxagMaajBusf oaCTBjy mm AJijJUiJtJiiiujiimg z vxi sbhrjuud STOCK 0PER Edlter GREAT MEN AND BOYS Keats it Is Biild was born in n livery atnhlo Power tho sculptor pcwt his youth on h farm James Monroo spent his boyhood in tho country John Calvin wnsnnupprcntlco nt tho coopcrVtrado Turner tho painter spent his boyhood iu a m Lwirbc r shop Pngnnini began his career ns child laborer in n factory Edward Irving tho preacher spent his you ih iu a tan yard Washingtons boyhood and youth wcro pushed in tho country JlouHaeaus boyhood was spent iu tho homo of a Watchmaker Rutherford D Hayes was a good scholar nnd r modest kindly boy Oeorgo Fox was brought up in tho humble homo of a weaver Schubert was educated for a school tenchcr but preferred music Kant tho great German metaphysician spout his youth iu a saddlers shop J u huh Buchanan was a studious la horious boy not bright but diligent Molicro tho French dramatist began life as an apprentice to an upholsterer ChuidoLirrnitie tho landscape painter when a boy was an apprentice tonjpastry couk linguist spent his boyhood ehjp Cardinal Mezzo fan ti tho phenomenal in a carpenter Lincolns boyhood was spent in the roughest and coarsest description of farm work Verdis youth was spent as tho son of n peasant in tho arduous duties of tho farm lalestrina began lifo in tho homo of a cook and was early trained to bo a waiter Grant when a boy preferred work on the farm to helping his father iu tho tannery Ikiijnmin Harrison wus a close student and had nil the ad vantages of a liberal education lames Mill was tho son of a cobbler and himself for a short timo worked at the bench Tiusorctto tho painter came honestly JIo was brought up by his profession in a dyo shop Diocletian tho Koman Emperor was bom In slavery and obtained his freedom by service in the army Luthers father was a miner and tho future reformer often earned a supper by singing in the streets Marry tho painter hud his interest in nrt roused when on voyages with his father who was a sailor tho staymakers bench Schumann was raised in a book store and to the end of his lifo retained a fondness for the business Horno Tooke was fond of staying iu 1ih fathers poultry shop and liked to be intrusted with the business Arthur was a close studont and ex celled iu scholarship He was fond of athletic sports and hunting James Madison was very fond of his books and at an early ano acquired a high reputation for learning Alexander Pope whon a boy spent much of his time in tho counting room of hi father who was n merchant Tho Spanish sculptor Alvarez drifted naturally from stono cutting and polish ing into executing works of art Zachary Taylor was brought up on a farm llo was very thrifty and soon had a stock of property in calves Chaucers boyhood was passed In a wine vault where ho was required to wash barrels and clean wino casks Liszt was drivon to tho piano every day For ovor fifteen years his daily practic covered ten to twelvo hours Androw Jackson was brought up in the country having no education beyond what was afforded by a district school Luclnn tho Latin poot was brought up in tho workshop of a sculptor and was himself no mean artist in that line James Iv Polk was born on a farm nnd oven when very young helped his father in tho hitters work as a surveyor By his Puritan neighbors Bunyan was considered a wild youth hecauso ho played at various games common in his Doddridge tho theologian was brought up iu an oil shop his father being a dealer in paints and oils Thomas Paine tho American political nnd controversial writer passed his youth at Â¬ Â¬ time Waguer tho composer spent no small flhuro of Ids tlmo when a boy in tho polico court whero his father was tho res fck w - calved tho best education the times af forded Dnvid Livingstone as a boy showed nil tk UitoriTnMtion which was after- future of his m pretrtifMtit Â¬ clerk John Quiucy Adams wont to Franco with his father at tho ago of 11 Ho ro vrk fflijfc WISE WORDS In tho His father was n house of a porter A lovors lies nro the easiest to for Â¬ burden carrier who had bought his freegive dom Caliovn tho sculptor camo naturally Truth wears a garment of fonts and T bv his profession being tho son of a patches stonecutter and early apprenticed to that Genius is mans mnstor talent is his trade slave Ht Cyr Napoleons great Marshal was The mother In a woman makes her trained to carry a peddlers pack but beautiful laid it asldo for a gun and rose from the Justice is blindfolded so she cant see ranks tho travesties on herself As a boy Thomas Jifierson was fond of Mens tears affect by their quality hunting athletic sports and music He womens by their quantity was a good shot and played well on tho Remedy your deficiencies and your C35r- violin merits will take care of themselves Napoleons first plaything was a toy Stories to suit the public taste must cannon Late iu life ho aid The whole by that be half epigrams and half pleasant vice course of my life wa8 determined cannon He that catches at more than belongs to him justly deserves to lose what he Cowper was a melancholy child and often would sit for many hours almost has A man can always plonsem woman by motionless gazing at tho landscape before him letting her believe she knows more than put its mark nt the topmost Garfield was a farm bred boy and even he does when very young aided his widowed Tho difference between an old fool and Â¬ mother by working at odd jobs for the a young one is that the young one may pinnacle of country journalnolghbors outgrow it tho sculptor was first Thorwaldscn Fnith is to believe what we do not ism and week after week lias From see and the reward of faith is to see taught the carpenters trade labored to reach the goal of that ho went to wood carving and thence what we believe to sculpture There thoy stand the inuumoroblo How thorough- Â¬ Franklin Pierce was early sent to school stars shining in order like a living hymn its ambition and acquired a collegiate education Ho written in light had a marked taste foratjilcticsland miliAdversity is tho trial of principle ly it has accomplished that tary tactics Without ita man hardly knows whether Jeromy Taylor the divine passed his ho is honest or not task is told in the hundreds In a barber shop His busi early years Studies teach not their own use that ness was to sweep out the shop and wait is a wisdom without them nnd above of tributes paid it by the press on his father them won by observation Hans Christian Anderson was brought A woman may doubt a mans sincerity up in his fathers cobbler shop and heard when he pays her a compliment but she from the old man the stories he after- doesnt doubt the compliment wards wrote While one finds company in himself John Adams was born on a farm and and his pursuits he cannot feel old no in accordance with a custom then very matter what his years may be general he being the eldest son was In addition to buying the cow and sent oil to college getting no cream a man is expected to Vandyke tho painter was intended admire pictures and poetry concerning by his father for a merchant nnd much milkmaids But you bet he wont do it pains were taken to teach him book Â¬ Have you noticed how baseless are tho keeping and accounts Your griev- Â¬ grievances of your friends Sachs the great German poet scrib- ances have anequally ridiculous founda His father tion to your friends bled rhymes when a hoy We all make too once chastized him for making out a cus- much af our troubles tomers bill in poetry No one gets so old that he forgots WITH Soult tho soldier spent his boyhood what he did with the first money he on a peasant farm and entering the army earned himself He will remember it KITY as a private roso from tho ranks to tho longer than the circumstances under i r ITAi r iMi r- vpvvj PriWAJLJS i Mn zii3 grade of Field Marshal which he first kissed a girl Tho boy Dickens had tho experience xy f The Put Out In TiiHt Tun SiCiiiiiIm described in David Copperfield THROUGH THE work was in ninny imnnrlnut particulars Our citizens to the number of two or lite a record of his own three hundred gathered on the burnt i Morat spent hisboyhood in his fathers district here on last Monday afternoon inn and his youth iu a theological col- at two oclock to witness the exhibition ADVERTIS I HO COLUMNS lege He was destined for tho Church made by the Cincinnati Tin and Japan Fire Extinguisher Co The test was but preferred tho army at- Â¬ given under the personal supervision of ist traveling in America Tho father of Neander tho great church historian was a carter and in Mr Herman B Wells president of the tracted by a perusal of its early boyhood tho historian often aided company of Cincinnati and Mr W V Snyder the local agent of Georgetown bis father to drive and load Ohio and was satisfactory in every pages draws a pen picture of Pepys always had a weakness for the respect clearly demonstrating the Stem tailors trade from the fact that when a ple Extinguisher to be one of the best its multi merits in his own boy he used to gather tho scraps of cloth methods yet devised or invented for the that fell from his fathers shears controlling of fire language and thus it reaches When a boy William Henry Harrison A structure of pine boards was built showed a stroim taste for the study of and after being thoroughly saturated in the vine clad medicine but deserted it to outer tho with coal oil a match was applied The every home army for the Indian warfare of 17ul extinguisher was then turned on and the So popular of France Ascham the educational writer was liro put out in about ten seconds All hills the son of a servant His first impulse who witnessed the tost were thoroughly Jonathan and toward education was given by an acci satisfied that the Stemple will do all and was the story i claimed for it The head more than dental sight of an educational treatise that it was Millard Fillmore was born and raised quarters of the conmany are S E Cor His Continent sycamore and Canal Sts Cincinnati He taid he never saw a copy on a farm translated into every tongue of Shakapcaro a history of the United Winchester Ohio Herald SiKXcnn CooiTit Hazel Green Ky States or a map until ho was 19 years Agent for Wolfe and Morgan counties spoken by man Hence from old Sir Isaac Newton spent his boyhood on How Shop OU Ih Kill hemisphere to hemisphere and a farm and there acquired the marvelThe way these girls sot their little ous powers of observation that afterward white sailor makes you like them and made him lamous as a natural philoso tho swing they walk with makes you from pole to pole pher know that they are in the middle of Oliver Cromwell was the son of a the road and are going to stay there country gentleman who was also a brew- Â¬ Men try to walk home with them at ten er and tho little boy was always in oclock on dark Saturday nights but tho terested in the operation of the brew girls walk the men into the police stahouse tion All the police are friends of the John Wesley always declared that ho shop girls You must not try to walk owed all his usefulness to his mother with any one of the 2G0 girls employed Sho was one of the most remarkable in tho New York Store unless he Her letters are wants you to for a big polico has one women who ever lived eyo on those littlo girls and well every classic Cowley tho Kuglish poot spent his good man here likes to help those girls Ho often For that reason some good man started boyhood in a grocers shop waited on customers who in later years the noon rest a placo where the girls go reminded him of tho fact to his no small at noon to rest and eat their dinner thev get a cup of coffee slice of pie and disgust a dish of baked beans for 16 cents They Â¬ Barrow the theologian was a singularWhen ho was disin- have a light breakfast not much dinner ly serious child supper clined to nierrimont it was impossible and a lighter of coffeework all day withÂ¬ and a bun for dinonly a cup to niako him laugh such was his self ner They cannot go home car faro is w jk 1 1 Bitiis sb fp control iwrr to much and they cannot bring a lunch Bornadotte onoof Napoleons marshals they have no time to preparo it but they who afterwards became King of Sweden must go to the storo at 1 oclock and bo was educated in tho office of a country as bricrht to tho rich woman who is notary and spent his time in copying just looking around in if they had legal papers dined on porter house steak and at six West tho painter showed his talent at thov no home too tired to cook sunner on and tell of other qualities a vory early age lie made sketches iu so they eat a cold bite and wash a dross ho was 19 and some of to wear next day or as I have seen them chnrcoal beforo his carlv work displays great ease in tho set up with a sick baby all night for I it possesses but modesty for- Â¬ use of tho crayon am sorry to say a number of these girls bids Suffice to say it is to Martin Van Duron began lifo as an havo been married and yet they makeÂ¬ dolofilco bov for a lawyor rising slowly to tho living getting from two to six newspaperdom what Domino tho position of clerk copyist and finally lars a week Whon Sunday comes thoy havo to clean their houso and that day upcoming a picauor in mo courts ox jus thov get as good a meal as 400 a week is to the turf world King tices of tho Peace will allow It is no wonder that thoy look pale and fever has its own way Bkk While in Chicago Mr Chas L Kahler with them Thoy havo stomach trouble a prominent shoo merchant of Des brought on by tho way they eat and A few more subscriptions Moines Iowa had quite a serious timo thoy look as if thoy had never seen the Ho took such a severo cold that pure air I wish some rich man would of it ho could hardly talk or navigate but tho bring a car load to Hazel Green for a will bo takon at 1 a year and prompt use of Chamberlains Cough mouth and lot them havo a pot of beans Komedy cured him of his cold so quickly and corn for not until the golden streets a limited number of advertise- Â¬ that others at tho hotel who had bad appear will those poor half fed girls colds followed his oxamplo and half a know what the Lord has in storo for ments at reasonable rates dozen persons ordored it from tho near- Â¬ them t est drug store They wero profuso in Tho first telegraphic messago that over COOFER their thanks to Mr Kahler for tolling them how to euro a bad cold so quickly passed ovor tho wires was composed of tho words What hath God wrought Hazel Grrcoh Ky For salo by J M Kcwo Virgils boyhood was spent Â¬ AT THE TOP Aiut Still Climbing Â¬ Srever content to keep com 1 pany with the slow pace set by its country cousins though always in sympathy with crn m -- feSc tmFtimbmmj sger rr a 3ilJIl ri - p l 01 Â¬ THEHSR1LD ii Â¬ of the country and the warm Â¬ Â¬ YfSVYV hearted testimonials received by it from friends in all lands The English damsel in Dev onshire the Kew England maiden of Elaine the sun clad lass of California the semi tropical creole of Louisiana and last but not least our own mountain pinks all indeed who con the contents of its pages week after week sing the same song of love Xor is this all A French humor-t Â¬ Â¬ 01tim Drwi yr J J r Â¬ HERALDS J 1 Â¬ Â¬ 1 Â¬ m WWi rs tflrf Â¬ W iMh Â¬ THE word HERLQ Â¬ Â¬ of Hazel Green is a household Â¬ i Thus it is also a necessity to the wide awake bus- iness man and all who desire to kt tickle trade that they may fill their coffers with cash have their advertisements displayed in its columns from time to time Wo might go Â¬ of its class fflj lvd3H KM f J SPENCEll mi Mao 3aV aaitJUw L i l wU fv- - naRnMmmmn GROViR WRITES TO CATCHINGS Anil Tolls Why Ho IUH NotSlKii tliu 11111 To Hon T 0 Catching My Dear Sir Since tho conversation I had with you and Mr Clark of Alabama a fow days utio in regard to my jiction upon tlio tnrilF bill now beforo jfue I have givon the atibjcct further and finost HerioiiH cotiaidcriuion Tlic result is I am more nafc than ever in my determination to let the bill become a law without my signature When the for- Â¬ mulation of legislation which it was hoped would embody Democratic ideas of tariff reform was lately entered upon by Congress nothing was further from my anticipation than a result which I could Â¬ Â¬ Washington Exccutfvo Mansion Aug 27 1891 ry ai - 8T v W v - private sale for the small sum of iO What will the people of this- United DKALKll IN I think it States think of doing next a good Uiing for the poorlittle infant if Hardware Iron and Steel somcMkind parent would bid it in and I CO also think the father ought then to be LEXINGTON KY placed on the platform and sold to the M cK liighest bidder and worked the remaind er of his days as the slaves were before H the emancipation if 01 Down with the calamity howleis who are crying out Livery Feed and Sale Stable DEALERS IN hard times and offering their own pre councils And yet notwithstanding all its vicis cious little babies for sale to support HAZEL GREEN KY TOR ATnlAL MONTHS SUBSCRIPTION situdes and the bad treatment it received them in their low down idleness 4 Wo had a good rain the 21st ult CJoulle and Single at the hands of pretended friends it Iligs and Saddle Horses presents a vast improvement to existing which will bof great benefit to the cot for hire lutius convey Jn all will certainly lighten ton ci op and late fall gardens It conditions ed to any point on reasonmany tarilf burdens that now rest heav- probabilityeotton will now make a top able terms ily upon the people Tt is not only a crop which will add greatly to yield till THE BRIOHTCtT AND BCBT AFTERNOON ivit I will also attend to all cnll for auc barrier against the return of mad protec year Cotton is only worth from five to PAftR IN TMC 800TH j tion but it furnisher a vantage ground six cents on the market now but I think tioneering and solicit business of this kind Kcsiuctfidlv Ae Latest Market Quotations from which must be waged fuithei iiKjri ess it will be worth more by the lfith of JO UN il Il 15ft ATT si ve operations againt protected mo next mouth Near Granger this county Latest State News f and in several other localities cotton is nopoly and goveriucutal favoritism Ail the Local News I take my place with the rank and file badly damaged by the bowl worm This Complete Press Reports of the Democratic party who believe in will make the crop a little shoit in this tariff reform and who know what it i part of the country and if other parts of LARGEST CIRCOLATlON IH THE SOUTH 3 who refuse to accept the results embodied the State dont show up pretty well ii in this bill at tho close of tho war cotton will doubtless go up to eight or 00000 AND OVER DAILY Curing some old casus Thuts what who are not blinded to the fact that the nine cents in a vcrv hort time a merchant and postmaster says livery of Democratic taiitf reform has Mjtck Toe and Mis es Daisy Wright and worn in the service ol Nettie H nt Httic Webster and Nora GlUnien Kas Jan lldOt been stolen Or l5ooa Yar byMall a aso irlMi Republican ptotection and who have Fste- - started in a hack to attend a camp orDr runner D Uaolr eM llei e s u uJust out Cure KIcirov and marked the places where the deadly meeting at Scott ville near Marshall and there is u itrvat lUanuiul It i curing JNOi A HALDEMAN Dusmanaqcr blight of treason hi- - blastedthc counsel- - one night recently A heavy rain came bomeold caMs of soa Fourth Avcnuc Kidney and Dladeior Troubles of the bravo in their hour of might up amountinic to al most u cloudburst LOUISVILLE KENTUCKY The trusts and Combinations thecoi in and in attempting to cross a Small stream of longstanding Oiuj win who had taken V AND imiuism of pelf whose machinations they mis eili the road the hnob over- auotLt rltuvly adunled kldiuy modlcino i t 4V cured by fortivoar without bene tit wis MANIEIi 3 us fiom reaching the turned in the water and Mi--havo prevent Yours truly J II Nettie bottles success we deserve t should not be foieot- - Hart and Bettie WVo lor was drowned vre suui recyvo lrmn ten or loririveu DR Near Caldwell Texas- MUs Sophia i i i z our asioni inmeni ai tneir exnioition oi elide flaiiLliter ol llenrv Lelulc aired no flnn i power and if then tho question is forced 10 vears wn- iu iiuyiiuUBEU hi cominir from the cotton upon us whether thev shall submit to field in a waaon loaded with cotton DID IT the free legislative will of the peoples Suddenly a flash of lightning struck the A Great Renal Depurant representatives or shall dictate the IfTvsf wairon and the FOR TM ND0STJ30JS voting lady was instanth which the people must obey wo will ac- killed Two others received fearful shocks Cures all diseases of the kidieysbladder If viii wtuit Tktliit Is pic iMinitnuilprolltnL cept and settle that Issue as one involving hut lecovored Tho cotton and wagon urinarv passages F male Weaknesses Ecnif ux out aiMn yii ncitlntclv WiMCiclur n ntul waiiicii how to ciirn Iroin feBOO imt tin to the integrity and safety of American in- caught lit o but it was extinguished t Bed Wetting iu children Dropsy Heart frtiil our fin will Hit IiiivImk Iiua nrcnous stitutions I love the principles of true Disease Rheumatism Skin and Wood cxicriciHouiiil turnlli tlicvinpluviiieiit nt winch Recently atSpring Harris county the Diseases Democracy because they aie lounded in Nothing ililllcnlt to thoy etui inula1 Imt amount Swelled Limbs Brights Dis- Â¬ learn or tlmt uoulrid iiiucli time The work la patriotism and upon justice and faiinc--towar- mangled and lifeless form of Jack Ridi ease Impclency etc rusy hi iltlii unit lioimra It nnil cun be done i1 r all intcusts I am proud of my way was taken from the belts and knivts Satisfaction guaranteed Sample ree Ingiiaytliiii or ooiiIiiri rlltt In jourOwtt lot Ity wliirru r iu 111 party organisation because it is rouse r of LallVs gin Heing a new hand he was Dr Tenner Polloto i Tho tvMilt or n f w uio Bvk Heuditchos fi sKTDONT FORGET THE PLAGE lioiirn work urion oqiinln n tcltn miiccii not cautious enough and his shirtsleeves vatively sturdy and pei latent in the en Â¬ Coustiimtloii etc Tno best Family lhyslc i tiniRlit tliniifiniHor Itotli fcxch nmi fill Wu Inn forcement of those piincipics There caught on a cog wheel and in an instant Dt renners Gerniau ne nnil iiiany linui ialil foundation tlmt will his whole body was cut and torn to Eya SnlVG euros Mirtly bring tliiiu iIcIum borne of the mnaiKut fore 1 do not despair of the efforts made Spro Eyes Cracked Lips Pllesuln KrtiptionM men In iliU country one their Kuccees In life to of Representatives to sup pieces by the House tliomnrt jin tlmin ulille In oir employ yonr No 1 Custom House Block Dr Fenners Coush Konoy Mrs Vertncr Wells was arrested in Hollovos any ruugli astlmin etc Iu an on under nmy ilo n well J try it You by furthplemcnt the bill already d hro hour We Ity ou out cannot fuil Nocnplliilneciflsrir er legislation audio haveengiafted upon Kaufman county recently charged with with BninetliliiR tlmt Is nmv ootid nndonro A A attempting to pour hot lead in her hus InDr lonnerY Golden ReliefburnsspecllteÂ¬ book brimful of ndvlco U free to nit Help your it such modifications as will mote nearly any lutlaniinatiou boltevoH tootholf by urlthiK for It today not to morrow bands ear He awoko in time to knock ache neuralgia rheumatism or any pain in meet Democratic hope and aspirations JTAZEL GREEN KY Utlaire coully toUOmlnutes Curoscolie dvsepiladyscu I cant be mistaken as to the necessity the metal from her hand taryand iluv aHo bronchitis and consump Â¬ E C- - ALLEN of free raw materials as thefoundatiou Tho treat Southwestern High School tion Ono dosu euros LuOripjHj of logical and sensible tarill reform The at this jdacc will commence next Mon BOX 420 For salo bv John M Hose and rrs Lou I his RfarifVrilitBl llu m 0 is a grand institution and Day ilael ireen Ky 1 lllTMl extent to which this is lecognied in the day AUGUSTA MAINE iijBaisafaakiiii legislation already bccuicd is one of its noted for its remarkable superiority encouraging and icdeemiug feature- - but OAy Georgetown is rather on a boom hav it is vexatious to recall that while iug built three new churches recently X IV YOU I free coal and iron oio have been do and applied tho electric light which want to learn nied a letter of tho Seccetary of the every town and city ought to have - BARRINGER Treasury discloses the fact that both Very lespectfully I WITH 1 IE frco by the annual sur might havo been Georgetown Texas Wimtjhnmh render of only about 700000 of unneces ami biMMimu Troiilili on TiutiMoMiiiia sary revenue GOOlTS a conipi tent I am btiro that there is a common During tho Democratic primary habit of underestimating the importance oloction in Breathitt county last TELEGRAPH Co Successors to Carter Uros of free raw materials in tariff legislation Saturday u terrible fight occurod and of regarding them as only related to H iQPERATOR iBM H aaS Kal bbB Importers and Jobbers of concessions to bo made to our manufac- at a voting place on Troublesome U Writo turers Tho truth is their influence is crook between tho Tharps and tho so far reaching that if disregarded a com- Â¬ Days prominont families of that I plete and beneficent scheme of tariff re- Boction Had blood had existed LEXINGTON KY l AND NOTIONS form cannot bo successfully inaugu botwoon tho two families for a i 44M4444 frfrWfro rated LOUISVILLE KY They wero for oppos- Â¬ When wo givo to our manufactures longtime Intronagc of the mountain merchant Is free raw materials wo unshackle Ameri- ing factions inrm tho primaryV and most respectfully solicited r can enterprise and industry and these wnon uuvur j iiarp and Jus son will open the doors 6f foreign markets to Will and threo of tho Day broth Â¬ DINGFELDER tho reception of our wares and give op ers mot on Troublosoino on oloc- Â¬ WITH portunity for tho continuous and remun- tion day a violent quarrel onsuod employment of American labor erative COPYRIGHTS With materials cheapened by their in which tho over roady rovolvor OA I OIJTAIN A VA TCNTf For s Six shots freedom from tariff charges the cost of playod a leading rolo honest opinion write KlUiBnK9r who Imvo hntl nearly illty yenrto LESS TH AM HALF THE- l I N N A CO their product must bo coire pondingly wero fired ovory one taking oflect vxperiunco In thu patont buslnM Conuuunlnw Thereupon justice and fair Oliver Tharp was instantly ki HUU cheapened Importers and Jobbers ol PRICE OF OTHER BRANDS uBriciircoiimionuiu a iiniiillntolc of In- ness to tho consumer woum uemanu mat AV Hi Tinrnwnaaint fln ol Iciil nni nolnntllli liinVi o tlir miintifiicturcrs bo obllLed to BU 1111 L I1IIV i II1III1v i Bill II II I POUNDS20 Ui rri uni uuuuo ahu nuiiuno HALVFSI0 QUARTERS to such a readiu tment ami modi fiaitioniimlsncoxiOCloa tonvo quo ot i jtjiMuukon bmur it ttG a hfimiKt w To H11 of the tariff upon their finished goo U M tno uiiy Drotnors was Hliot through nut Vint tn II Inrnnlni bordro u V pi II oVtA1 XT TOO KM rOT u il turousbuiKi mornuiy womu oil u o would secure to the people tno Done nt ot iino iuda WetfirohwM AlnttnhflbiKV SOLD IN CANS ONLY IT hi the reduced cost of their manufacture nnotliur was shot through tho arm Satnpio conic icnt frco Wcst Main Street JiulldlnK Kaiilon njoiithlr fiiun yonr and shield the consumer against the ex and two hystondurs woro slightly ponlos its ccnti Krcry iniiiibor ooiitilna Wnlo Itoau actions of inordinate profits tlful plrtos tn colon and ptiotocruph of now LOUISVILLE KY boutat with plans enabllinr lullduri to ebow the It will tlrtis bo seen that frco raw ma- Â¬ wouidod Winohostor Sun Aillrc Wiif 1V1lwl0CUW ntrct UlWAUWAT MUNN X kw YoiiK 3U1 terials and a just and fearless regulation Impntionco turns an aguo into a 11 PHILLIPS and reduction of the tariff to meet tho fovor n fever to tho pi aguo foar HOWARD BTAMPEK WITH chauged conditions would carry to ovory ATtoiinky-at-La- w in tho land tho blessings into dospair angor into rago loss humble homo CATATOfllJHfl OQM M f J AHythHlf dMtWHlMi MIMITKM of increased comfort and chenpor living into madnoss and sorrow toamazo OAMPTON KYf IQllIIKKq IN IKTTJtKlIKAlMJ 4wllili M wiak SJpi Tho millions of our countrymen who mont Joromy Taylor KHVKUQVimt 4 lMkHMlHMirBrlr t lmvn fniiLht bravelv and well tor tariff Will practice in the courts of Wolfe and the Hardwan Agricultural impliwmts bo encouraged and con l If you think too littlo you will be sure adjoining counties Ail ImisIiicsk entrusted HE HERALD reform should to our cure will receive prompt attention IRONTON 6 MAXKL tinuo boldly challenging open warfare 4to lane too muoiiitamjjilioni i - not promptly and enthusiastically indorse It is therefore with a feeling of the utmost disappointment that I submit to n denial of this privilege I do not claim to lie better than the masses ot my party nor do i wisn to avoid uny responsibility which on ac count of tho passage of this law I ought to bear as member of thu Democratic or gnnizatiort neither will I permit myself to be separated from my party to such an extent as might bd implied by iny veto of tariff legislation which though lis- appointing is still chargeable to Donio- cratic oifort But there are proMons in this bill which are not in line with hon est tarilf reform and it contains inconsist enciea and crudities which ought not to Be mtnear in tarilf laws of iinv kind side there Were as you and f know inVi dents accompanying the passage of the bill through Congress which made every sincere reformer unhappy while Mn iluencessurrounded it in the latter stage and interfered with its final construc tion which ouirht not to be roeognized or tolerated in Democratic tai ill reform Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Thoro aro preachers who oro always puzzling their bonds for something to preach about who puss a saloon every time thoy go I learn- - that an infant girl baby is to he sold somewhere near Gatesville in to church Coryell county at public salo in the near future The father has oflbred it at Â¬ bye-aud-b- ity but then perhaps she was needed the great hereafter to add one more cherub to the bright seraphic host who i i tr ii- IIIIIKU IlUtlVUU IIIIMOUIOUS Willi lllfll Ulllll In that land Of eternal joy tilul music she will wait for those who are yet journeying in this land of sorrow until they shall go to join her in tho sweet Wo Wito tb noknowlodgo tho 1 I i Mmiiy mmC3M MMTiVfitlil rdeoipt of n complimentary to tho fr ii JLiiriii luiiMiu win nut uu buiuuu mini it is honestly and fairly in the interest Ilnzol Green Fiiii which is to ho and to the bonefit of a patient and long hold in Uhitontorpritiing mountain IHALT3It IN town on Sopt 4 to 7 inclusive suffering people Yours very truly GltOVrU CLKVKbANI This is tho fifth nnuunl exhibition by tho association and will wo THE LONE STAR STATE TI havo no doubt oxcol tho previous OAalFiON KJ3NTSU0KY Ah ItituruNthis latitat JKrom mi Old Cmmooting Tho ontorpriso shown CrfNVITES tho Ladles ol Volfe and the lurroumllng country o call lospomlont m by thoso gontlomon is commonda I was very sorry to learn of tho death blo W l nil the liothinnnhlo fiihrirtt ilnil Ptrt milUrua ami uuLZ tiu and while wo aio not advoca- Â¬ of my old acuaintance Miss Jenny Kob variety ol NotionH lacludhlff all of tho Intcst styles In Lmeti itlhbons Ma t Wo inett I met with her some years ago at ting tho organization of a Fair tusu viii wen nujju Jiuu ui uiLli lliuuilllll nmi nigu gnttts the residence ofJBobt Lindonon Johnson Association hero wo would like to in Magolliu county and havo known her 800 more ontorpriso among our AH ever since Miss Jenny was an efficient homo folks Irvino Sontinol I w hlch he is selling ar lower prices than anybody Piurcluiso of him and snyo roeney f school teacher and a christian lady in every respect It seems that death loves Tho Vest Liberty Dramatic a shining mark and so it proves in this instance She will be greatly missed by Company will exhibit one of its her mother brother and sisters as well famous dramas in four acts enti- Â¬ as many of the young ladies of that vicin- tled Tho Midnight iMistnko in i ntul constantly guarding against trench- - GEOEGE W ROBINSON - 0flS otloit ii lit i HwwmmmmwwwwwcawwwvwmttuMt Â¬ iti Thursday night September 0 at Hazel Green Kentucky WostLib orly Messenger J TAYLOR A inr DAY Largest Stock Dealer in General Merchandise on a Cash Basis Lowest Prices tv J T MILLER Hi tea Â¬ Â¬ J PIERATT Â¬ SEND FIFTY GENT s ioH Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Louisville Tillies 1 Â¬ Â¬ In Great H1IS8 -- Lsv St OCIC -- Â¬ es ii - FENNERS nj iaonna ntry A YEAR Â¬ zziProdi Â¬ 1 ds t- - Â¬ pa--e- Â¬ Â¬ 1 COf Â¬ I KrO-0tO-- Â¬ Â¬ w5 LEI II WE- aner Dr U MM aaan Â¬ 11 Â¬ I Â¬ Â¬ I MUM PUREST i jfilBiiisofiHonoCn 1 1 1 AND BEST 5 I 1 J- 1 1 111 - 1 V Â¬ wrJsTtir A JW 1 KERR Vn iDFBi Il J CT3B lEMSHiAEa1 anxoix omkx Thursday Sept - HAZEL GREEN A Ropublican informed tho ccli tor of tho Domocrat a fow dnys ago j Eilter that at loast fifty whito Hopubli- cans of this county would voto fori Bocknor in proferonco to Bosloy As tho whito Ropublican voto of tho county is only a fow hundred this por cont of dofoction if it ox tonds to tho nogroes will givoi Becknor a thousnnd majority horo Wiuchostor Domocrat KY 1 MUSIC IN WALES Melody Is tho Very Soul and Kernel of tho Welfth Nature 6 1894 DEMOCRATIC TICKET Every church and chapel In every Welsh villago and town according to the Westminster Review has its choir often numbering1 sixty seventy or a hundred voices and every choir has Its musical prodigies leaders of parts mayhap who have nover had a lesson In music In their lives or some uncouth colliers or tip girls with voices which had they been trained and developed might havo made of them Edward Lloyds or Antoinette Sterlings Dis- Â¬ trict after district has Its united choral union which will take up tho Tho Republicans havo nominatod study of some work of the great mas Â¬ ters and deliver it at an annual con- Â¬ a proachor for Congross in this dis- Â¬ cert or Christinas festival not in the trict and in sovoral countios havo pale flickering dispassionate styleÂ¬ proachors on tho local tickets If which Is so characteristic of some English choirs but with rugged Are and f f i i -- rjM H1 f A 1 t Vif r i I f t thoy havo nominntod tho parsons in order to got tho good Lord on thoir sido tho scheme will provo a failuro Thoir proper coat of arms would bo a cloven hoof a forked tail and a chunk of brimstone Winchester Domocrat 1 i intensity For Congress Short Term Hon W ML BECKNER Of Clark County Long Term Of Floyd County i Heathen Mooro thus sums up tho situation when Breckinridgo is UI will got throe nominated fourths of tho Owens Domocrats I will got half of tho Prohibitionists I will got all of tho hoathon oxcopt Rabbi Moses Kaufman I will got a big slice of tho colorod troops bocauso I am against the Soparato Coach Bill and Billy Owons and Billy Brockinridgoand ovory dum I will got a od bill of that kind fow proachors aftor tho McGnrvoy atripo and a slice off of tho Camp boll itos bocauso my grand daddy For Congress Hon JO M KENDALL County Ticket For County Juilgo G T CENTER For County Attornov H STAMPER County Clerk For J B HOLLON Sheriff For A A T COMBS For Assossor started thoir church and I usod to help to run it and I will got ovory crank in tho district and thon I will got a wholo lot of docent poo plo just bocauso I am adocontman with a rocord as straight as a shin glo and slick as a ribbon and if thoro is nobody on tho track but my Cousin Willio and mo I will got thoro Eli and dont you forgot JEFF M ROSE For Jailor JOHN R HOBBS JAMES PELFRY For Coroner CURRENT NEWS AND COMMENT it No man knows tho proper plnco for a Prosidontinl voto hotter than u Orovor Clovolancl tt Thoro nro proachors who aro always puzzling thoir heads for aomothing to proaeh about who pass a saloon every time thoy go to churoh W n -- - r- r rv An English syndicato has prac Â¬ tically arranged to purchaso tho 84 papor and pulp mills in Wisconsin for 14000000 half of which is to At Cost Airs F N Day will bo paid in cash close out hor ontiro lino of summer hats and trimmings at loss than is now said that tho frionds of cost rather than carry them over Kolb in Alabama have abandoned and now is your chance to buy thoir intontion of contesting tho bargains Ladios trimmedSO hats bo had to governorship and will run him for can nowGive hor a at from call J 150 CJongross in tho Sovonth district J M Havons joweler has locat- Â¬ ed in Hazel Green and will bo Thoro has boon a disastrous fire found at tho Btoro of John M lloso among tho vossols anchored xin tho Bring your watches and tino jowol Canton rivor noar Hong Kong ry to him for repairs Ho is a Hundrods of llowor boats woro con Â¬ first class workman and guaran Â¬ sumed and 1000 nativos who woro tees his work at tho most reason Â¬ tf aboard tho vossols porishod oithor able pricos by firo or drowning Lost Tho mail boy betwoon u this placo and Campton on Tues Â¬ Tho Woodford County Demo day had an oxpross paokago for us of cratic Committoo mot at Vorsaillos containing a largo numberbox outs Â¬ conand by somo moans tho on August 80 and solootod from its taining thorn was burstod botwoon list of namos furnishod by frionds horo and Stillwator in oonsequonce of tho throe candidates thirty six of which somo forty piocos wore oloction oHicors to sorvo during tho lost Thoy aro lead with coppor faco and any ono finding thorn will congressional primary Sopt 15 confor a favor by loaving thorn at Judgo W M Booknor Demo Â¬ this oflico An awkward man novor doos jus cratic candidato for tho short torm Congross is making an aotivo tico to himself to his intolligonco in canvass of tho mountain portion of to his intentions or to his actual morit A fino porson or a boau the distriot Tho lion John Bos toous faco in vain without thograco loy tho Ropublican nominoe and of doportmont Churchill Judgo Booknor will probably make Ab objects oloso to tho oyo shut out largor objects on tho horizon a joint canvass so man Borne times covers up tho entire disk of otornity with a dol Â¬ Thoro is in Huntingdon Wo3t lar and quonohos transcondont Virginia an old gontloman much glonos with a littlo dust 13 II opposod to dancing whoso only Chapin daughter is vory fond of tho sport Tho amelioration of tho condi- Â¬ 3Thgirl attended a danco ono tion of mankind and tho incroaso night and hor fathor grootod her of human happiness ought to bo Wk this at tho broakfast tablo noxt loading objects of every political institution Good momincr child individual and tho aim of ovory mornm according to tho moas She modwtly ro- - uro of his powor in tho position ho davil JSTJa w Gooimormng p j A Hamilton ocoupiog Ollliiiiiro GIhuiiIiikn Old Granny Ely is somo bettor Willie Vest has something liko flux Rev F P Wilson preached at this place Saturday ami Sunday with two additions by baptism Rev E W Mintons stable was burned on Monday about 2 p m Mysteriously caught firo by some means no ono knows how Old Mother Harper is yet alive this being the 10th day since she was stricken She knows every one and has come to her speech but has taken but little nourishment and has no use of her left side UxcrK Rkmus Â¬ I have had the good fortune to hear tho greatest oratorios rendered under the most brilliant conditions that tal- Â¬ ent and culture could produce in this the most talented and cultured of all metropoles but I have never heard the majestic roll of the Hallelujah chorus or tho matchless melodies of the Elijah rendered with such soul and verve and eloquence as by an obscure united choir led b a worklngman In a mining village among the hills of Glamorganshire Rough if you will ruggedly vehe- Â¬ ment and Impetuous but rough with the roughness of unpolished genius Impetuous with the impetuosity of mountain torrents The force of it the emotional fervor the richness of volume the tone and timbre in It these are things not to bu forgotten The same qualities In a lesser degree may be observed In the singing of any small chapel choir inside the boundar- Â¬ You shall never hear ies of Wales such singing as you may hear on quiet Sunday evenings from some Welsh hillsido sanctuary by a choir of work- Â¬ ing lads and lasses conducted by unkempt self some taught musician Music then we assert is the very soul and kernel of the Welsh nature A musical car is tho national birthEvery Welsh preacher who right migrates to an English church finds the greatest difficulty in abstaining from that weird peculiar intonation of his sermon which is known as the hwyl and which is often strange and objectionable to English ears Another remarkable and subtle fact which will be interesting to English readers and at the samo time signifi cant of the sensitiveness of the Welsh musical ear Is that it is positive dis- Â¬ cord to many nmong the Welsh congre- Â¬ gations If the minister in giving out the first verse of the hymn does not so pitch the voice that it shall be in har mony with the key in which the tune has preliminarily been played by the rough-and-read- y Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ When in Lexington call on L G STRAUS Leading Clothiers who carry a larger line of CLOTHING and sell for less money than any house in the bluegrass capital A Watch free with every purchase of 5 or over Â¬ 4 Â¬ 4 1 MERCHANTS WK JOB WHOLESALE L0T ONLY witMl HOUSE instrumentalist 137 and 139 Race Street Biff Drives in vt Cincinnati Ohio SENATORIAL COURTESY How tho I tit II tm AmhimRailor Got Kven with tliu French Anilinnimtlor llcforo the introduction of the tele- Â¬ It graph ambassadors at loriMgn courts used to be far more important person ages than they now are and great rival grandeur existed among them On one occasion says Cassclls Satur day Journal a new Italian minister had arrived at the Spanish capital and went en suite to pay his respects to the reigning sovereign Arriving at ono of the reception rooms to the palace he found it occupied by an sing-looking man surrounded by a glittering throng These he not un Â¬ naturally took to be the king and his courtiers and with profound obeisance introduced himself The supposed king received him with gracious condescension till the doors opened and an even more magnificent train ushered in tho real king and showed to the discomfited Italian that ho had been kneeling before his hated rival the French ambassador who took no pains to conceal his satisfac tion at the flattering mistake Hut his triumph wns not to last for in tho evening of the same day tho king with the Italian as his partner was playing cards against the French minister and a third ambassador when in tho course of tho gamo the Italian threw down a card exclaiming That is the king and it wins us the trick His partner looked nt it and- said ISo You only played tho knavo O I beg your majestys pardon so I hnvol and with a quick glance at his French opponent ho continued and it is tho second time to day that I have mistaken a knave for a king Â¬ impoÂ¬ Â¬ IifEI m sho IF YOU want to learn X BMI JOHN fl TflOLBEE - m 0 1 re Send for our Price List TELEGRAPHY and become a competent P2YSIGIAIPAND -- i OPERATOR TELEGRAPH 5UE6EON u ffi HAZEL GREEN KY BSTSurgery and obstetrics a specialty LEXINGTON KY wmw JL JL JL 4 frOOOO0fr JtAtH tfJFJijS a Â¬ a Best to bo had for tho money - STORE Opera House Block Homowlmt Sovero A now to tho weariness of all who were obliged to listen At last ho sat down and tho opposing counsel eel Stock a white haired veteran rose to roply Your honor said ho I will follow the example of my young friend who has just finished and submit the case without argument With that ho took his seat and the silence was oppressive in Indiana Â¬ yer talked for several hours to An exchange prints a story which mny bo commended to tho attention of all public speakers who have tho dan gerous gift of fluency A young law Â¬ Â¬ LEXINGTON KY H and carefully select of the I n jury ommttttttt LATEST STYI - JfAi t -- Thk red brick Dutch tiled two story building which wns erected at ono end of tho Manufactures building nt tho worlds fair for tho express purpose of advertising a certain brand of cocoa has been sold to a llostouinn for 300 It cost 30000 and was originally put together in Holland and at prices that defy competition Como and see us Respectfully Mrs MAGGIE HOWARD Â¬ 3500 AND Xjd Fred J Heint MANUFACTURING JEWELER 135 E Main St Custom Houso Square LEXINGTON KY -- AND A FINER GRADE AT H a repairing department Competent workmen in our watch EEm VI 2 yKQ3utiAAfllHBBiMjrini9C lmIHhh LT3 v - V- Breakfast from 5 to 9 a m KING OF THE GULF MHto9Ha99LB A T is all home Motley Crowd of lluslilre print and i yon waat all Bushiro is tho capital of tho English the good things it contains protectorate in tho Persian gulf Hero jlW Ton should read every article oh each ot our resident lives who may bo styled tne eight pages Yon will Hid all the kingjof tho gulf nnd before whom all local nows that way j the petty potentates along its shores be they on the Arabian or Persian side For Sheriff aro authorized to announce 8AM bow down Ho has his steam yacht IOIIY WILSON us a candidate fbr shcrifl nnd his steam launch provided for him of Wolfe county subject only to the will of a British man-of-wis appointed to the people at the polls in November 1804 be nlwnys in readiness to do his bid Â¬ ding nnd tho British residency with SPENCER COOPER Editor its llagstaff and extensive compounds is by far tne most conspicuous build- Â¬ ing in the town says the Fortnightly THK FAIR OONTINUED Review From Thurntlttys Dully Bushire is a truly horrible place Qur old friend P B Winn of Win built at the edge of a split of sand run- Â¬ cheater is hero attending the Fair and ning out into the gulf Its population shaking hands with his friends of whom is very mongrel Arabs Persians Hin- Â¬ no man has more Phip divides his time doos are nil hopelessly mixed up there- Â¬ between Winchester and Hazel Green in It has nn English bank What and his love for our people is such that with its English residoncy English to hear him talk ono would imugiuo him bank English telegraph English identified with us rather than the Win- Â¬ steamers agents and English men-of-wchester bank in which he is the individliushiro is as English as could ual book keeper During the recent ora- well be wished Lawn tennis maybe torical contest at his town in which Ha seen upon the quays ladies may play zel Green Academy had a representative and Indies mny rido without incurring in the person of Clay Lacy Phip wore more than an ordinary nmount of star Â¬ the Academy colors hazel and green ing from the Moslems and yelled for our boy louder than It is confidently asserted that if the anybody Karoun route is opened out into the The Hrkam office was on yesterday heart of Persia Bushire will ecu so toÂ¬ honored with a visit from Misses Beatty be the seat of our resident and the cap Cora Combs and Puttie Mahun accom ital of our Persian gulf protectorate punicd by Harlan Beatty The last will be removed to Fao or some other named lady is a lovely disciple of Faust spot which has not yet got a name If in the art preservative of all arts and that time ever comes and Bushire is at present engaged in manipulating ceases to be the chief outlet for the type ou the Beatty villo Enterprise She Persian enravnn trade the place will aays the business has a great fascination not long survive for it has no preten- Â¬ to her and we expect some day to hear sions wliatsoever to call itself a har- Â¬ that she has developed into n first class bor Big steamers have to anchor at reporter on some metropolitan journal least two miles off lnnd outside n sand- Â¬ Our friendship for the craft leads us to bar and if the sea is very rough lnnding hope so at least is next to impossible Bushire chances to be the outlet for the roads ncross Among the visitors at the Fair yester- theKotnls and if it ceases to be that its day was Thrasher Combs Democratic reason for existence will cease also candidate for Sheriff of this county and he was cjuite busy shaking hands IMPROVING THE EYES with his friends whose name is legion recovered from a spell Thrasher has just Coantry Life la the Beat Antidote for of fever but while it left him a little Nearsightedness thinner in fMi he is none the less hearty satisfactory to be told by Mr It is in greeting his friends Nor is his hearti in England is bo attributed to his candidacy Ellis that blindness ness to slowly decreasing says tho Specta- Â¬ for he is always the same genial gentle tor though Great Britain still stands man in this respect behind two other Euro-Â¬ Hon Joe Kendall Democratic nomi- pean countries and three more come Shortsightedness Ireland nee for Congress the long term Hon before Wm Beckner Democratic candidate for however appears to be increasing the short term and John L Bosley edi- everywhere Germany having a signal tor of the Winchester Sun and Kepubli and sinister preeminence in this re- Â¬ can candidate for the short term will spect A French doctor has noted the re Â¬ each address the people at the Fair grounds today at li30 a m We do not markable fact that wild beasts caught know whether they will make political quite young or born in captivity become speeches or not but presume that they shortsighted the conclusion being that will prefer to expatiate upon the beau the eye adapts itself to its habitual ties of that most healthful and most en- sphere of vision nnd unless educat- Â¬ joyable occupation of farming ed to use Mr Ellis term to see ob- Â¬ jects at a distance loses the capacity Golly mighty damn whats them of so doing Even in after life the ye sheep skins around that horses legs for may be to some extent so educated exclaimed an old farmer rubbing the though probably only when the myopia I reckon she is dust off his spectacles not considerable cork herself he said to The Her dont It is thus within the experience ofÂ¬ it Well Uncle ald man horse man thanBill tell will the present writer that his sight greatyou I to take a better sheep skin rings and then we ly improved in days crone bv when ho about the scrambled out of n cloud of dust and became a volunteer by practice at the made our way for a glass of milk shake butts so that while at first he could not see the target to shoot at without One of the handsomest girls at the spectacles at the Fair yesterday said to The Heiiald range after a twelvemonth or so he Who is that good looking little only needed to put on spectacles at man Thats four hundred yards But beyond that fellow in the band uniform Well isnt he range he was never able to dispense Clay Wade Womack just too sweet for any use she said with them Then she how Id like to kiss him Country excursions are therefore ex Â¬ sank back in her seat in the sweet ecsta tremely valuable as means of strength cies of loves young dream ening tho sight of town bred children and tho conductors of such excursions One of the young ladies that is at- should take pains to direct the eyes of tracting especial attention is Miss Anna the children to distant objects to the Cope of Jackson Her lovely brown furthest hill church tower or other eyes whose lustre melts in living fire as landmark noting if possible any in Â¬ Byron would say together with her capacity to discern tho selected object beautiful face make her an exquisite and then selecting some nearer one for Surely there object to look upon sighted so refreshing as a beautiful the weaker is nothing woman KILLIES AND THEIR FOES some Yo editor while entertaining Not Only Flh Fowl and Alan Devour young ladies in the presence of his better I nut Even Chickens IMUiiRe Them struck his hand against the printingÂ¬ lie doesnt mind a little thing like press and dislocated two fingers Lucksaid the deacon kindly as he ily he carries an accident policy which that his hook through the skin be Â¬ passed will not make good the loss but will bock fin of the killie and cast make his pockets jingle for at least a few hind the hook and sinker the length of minnow duys his line to try the effect of a fresh bait of the If the snappers dont bite any better Nancy Chancy is tho queen honor yesterday than theyve been doing hell be swimpacers having won that in the fastest pacing nice ever held iu ming as lively as ever when we pull up Look at those the mountains Nancy Chancy is four anchor to go home years old and is indeed a lovablo mare killies in the bait box Nothing damper Later It was not tho fastcsts race as about them than some seaweed since morning and theyll all be ready to better time was made lat year swim away if they stay till to morrow Never before in the history of the Fair They are tough and hardy little fel- Â¬ have wo had so many charming young lows and no mistake he continued They have come from nil lifting the seaweed to look admiringly lady visitors the country around and there is not a at the wriggling little stumptailed ilsh town in fifty miles that is not well repre packed liko sardines in tho box They Seo to it young men thut they sented beem to have been created for the good re well entertained of others Everything preys on killies in the high from men who bait their hooks with Thero was some hotting circles yesterday Hon D S Godsey and them or eat tho minnows as white Dr Taulheo lost a fine water melon to bait down to the gulls and herons and President Pieratt and HnrryGambrel buss und bluckflsh and weakfish nnd on a mule race TImj Uekald man was fluke and snappers that follow them among the grass every full tide And roffereo and helped eat tho melon with all this keeping after them they Thanks gentlemen dont thin them out that anyone can Squire Bill Webb was hero yesterday see Why tho very chickens along hunting dynamite to blow out n well shore will run from a dough trough Squire is mistaken about this project as for the sake of eating killies eggs tho dynamito is very liablo to create Hold on a minute deacon said the crevices iu tho bottom of tho woll that reporter who was tho pious mariners 1 grant will injuro very materially its useful fishing companion that day ness all the rest you say but plcaso explain J D Phipps deputy sheriff of Morgan how chickens manngo to got at the countj and tho Democratic nominee for killies eggs If youd said ducks or sheriff accompanied by- his wife and gecbo I could understand it daughter attended tho Fair yesterday liflHr gMiTHIS PAPER fhe IteilUent nnd 111 Home Among tho 12 W 10 a m to 8 p m JTRogukr KLinroiKCKaixr SHORT STREET LEXINGTON KY Diribtr frow i Meals 25 conts MorIs to ordor at all hours Suppor from 5 to 9 p m vOysters Lamb Fries Fish and Chicken a Specialty GUX feXrXAXKK MULTUM IN PARVO XPOfttvliito s ar roposo Faith is not reasons labor but Young agKg HAZEL WFIRST m t GREEN -- -- If you would marry suitably marry your equal Ovid White iios are but tho ushers to black ones Marryatt You can not put a great hopo inton a small soul J L Jonos Mediocrity is not allowed to poets oithor by the gods or men t ACADEMY o o SESSION OF 1804 95 TERM BEGINS MONDAY SEPTEMBER 3 Eastern Kentucky Studies in all departments of 6chool work carried on Expenses for Twenty Wkkks Matriculation Board A complete Faculty that is in sympathy with the educational interests of c 1 ar Â¬ Horace Â¬ Â¬ It iB tho woaker sort of politi- Â¬ cians that aro tho groatest dissem- Â¬ blers Bacon Ho who says there is no such thing as an honest man is himself a knave Borkeloy A man can not loave a hotter legacy to the world than a well educated family Thorns Scott Call not that man wretched who whatever ills he suffers has a child to love Southoy Falsehoods not only disagreo with truths but usually quarrel among themsolves Daniel Web- Â¬ ster Tho demoralization caused by great expectations ia a matter of common remark Herbert Spen cor I Tuition Washing Music per lesson One half payable in advance 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 say ing Hazel Green Academy is the bust and cheapest school iu Eastern Kentucky ligulf parents or guardians have dauhtsrs they want to put in a first class cv first grade school they should write us for particulars before arranging to c send elsewhere Wo can educate young men and young women for about half what it would cost in tho Blue grass We will comparo with any QtQk them Send for Catalogue for particulars Tf Â¬ 1 00 40 00 10 00 4 00 35 WguggreSi Opens SEPTEMBER 10th 1894 follows WM H C50im Principal aJ I Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ friendship no cold medium knows burns one love with one resentment glows Popo You can not havo fulfilled every duty unloss you have fulfilled that of being cheeful and pleasant C Buxton Fame is no sure test of merit but only a probability of such it is an accident not a property of man Carlyle Cloar summer has forth walkd unto the clover sward and she has talkd full sootingly to every nested finch Keats A brave man knows no malice but forgets in peace the injuries of war and gives his direst foo a friends embrace Cowper To judge human character right- Â¬ ly a man may sometimes havo vory small experience provided ho A generous State College of Kentucky Agricultural Scientific Biological Civil Engineering Me- Â¬ chanical Engineering Veterinary Classical Normal School County appointeos received free of tuition Board in dormitorios 225 per week in private families 850 to 4 For catalogues apply to JAS K PATTERSON Ph D Preiideit Thirty Professors and Instructors Eight Courses of Study as LEXINGTON KY KENTlKKYTRAININGSCHbOL INCORPORATED MT STERLING KY A Military School With Collegiate Course That their sons aro as safe in our home as in thoirown that tho boys physical and moral natures aro as carefully trained as their montal that thoir boy is TRAINED ACCORDING TO HIS NEEDS t and that it is our lifo work m Â¬ has a vory largo heart Bulwor Proscribe no positive laws to thy will for thou mayost bo forced to- Â¬ morrow to drink tho samo water They will send for our handsomo cataloguo and then three-liundrcd-ya- rd Â¬ thou despisest today Fuller It has boon well said that no man ovor sank under tho burden of tho day It is when tomorrows burden is added to the burden of today that tho weight is more than a man can bear G Mac don aid send Major G W FOWLER Superintendent the boy CALDWELL COLLEGE Tit- DANVILLE FOR YOUNG KY WOMEN Prtlhwrft Pniirunu tn TfiMn fimttlr Afntli B and S degrees Tliirty fiiftli year opont Sept ia 1521 Mrwlnrn Tiimrmirrnu Xm Ijifwlfni in If A tt 12 18M Address C A CAMlBKLL President Â¬ ELECTROPOISE IT CURES DISEASE The Kleclropoise gave me complete relief from excruciating pnin in three applica Â¬ I also find it good for treating ciiil tions C T drcn for their numerous ailments Co Louisville Soden with Bridgeford Ky Mr G W Flint of Skylight Ky says I stiHercd for yeais with my kidneys in flammation of the bladder and enlargement of tho prostrate gland After a short trial of tho Electropoise I am entirely relieved and feel twenty years younger I have derived more benefit from the use of Electropoiso thaufroin all other remedies combined I think it the grandest inven tion of tho ago It cannot bo praised too Mrs M E Gorman Sadieville highly Ky Â¬ THE HERALD only 1 n yenr and it Ih acknowledged to ho tho best local paper published in Kentucky Subscribe now und secure all the good things It will contain this year lirsM Woe KOH ACADEMY OF THE VISITATIOH FOIt YOUHfl LADIES Â¬ Â¬ Ht Admlrabllea White Sulphnr Kyv Y0UH6 WOPIEN This institution under tho direction of the Ulsters of the Visitation B V M is sit Â¬ uated in a healthy and beautiful local fy of This school now at the head of Colleges the well known Blue tirass Bcgion for Young Ladies iu Kentucky o fliers the Here tho pupils enjoy tho comfoits of best advantages to parents wishing to edu home far removed from tho distractions of catc their daughters well a city and can consequently with greater Comfortable rooms good faro and the best facility avail themselves of the advantages of teaching Prices moderate aflbrded of a thorough education For catalogues or information write to Terms rcaicnable Music Crayon and Painting extra House i heated oy steam REV G POPE President apparatus For further particulars addres 0 1127 MILLHRSnURG KY Sisters of the VlslUtioi B V M Â¬ John II Davis Esq of Barboursvillc Ky Tho Electropoiso is tho best all rouml doctor I know of My wife suffered from the cflects of Ingrippe for several years also a complication of othor ailments Now bIio Indigestion bothered me a is entirely well great deal am now well Ono of my neigh bors is using it for lung trouble und reports improvement As a curative agent the Electropoiso can not bo equaled Nearly 1000 have been puout from this office in the last three fvtrm YTavm tinma m After trying 5 every known remedy 1 removed a large Ituncu t T T flat Tf Irtbnvtf ofJoy-Kye-8eollacl- Wis Bays Â¬ nidi i km PAnMilnfl1 liH1 with three application of QUINNS OINTMENT or ltlsthebentpreparatlonlhaveeverusedorbMrd x netiruiy recommend it iu mi iimiwiw Whav hundreds 0 Much testimonial mtH- - DUBOIS A WEBB Fourth Avenue Louisville Ky DHUABK 509 CHARLES MIL WITH REED PEEBLES WHOLESALE - Dry Goods PORTSMOUTH 167 Race Street CINCINNATI 0 ThAimwHn houaofor FANCY DRY GOODS FURNISHINGand NOTIONS Alwarys lmvo Big Drirw 8poil tUntip Notions GOODS Orders Mail 166 0 to Co b a reran bwesYi P1 i BttJMHiMhtiKiauiiiuiliiuiiii AV vnnritruvrUt fnrIL Ifha IMuK idoea nol keep It wnd iMttctUiupaor lverfortnlo A W 13 EDDY CO Whitehall N X MLaliln - r rrL r - - 9 J i M K ii5 m T MULTUM IN PARVO shins of Columbus wero insured for their full value By douiKiourduty wo learn to do it- The Hungarian of threo centuries ago E B Pusey wn WWOIR O00PIR Editor was entitled to wear one feather in his Bight conduct is connected with right cap for every Turk ho killed hence the views of truth Colton 1TD phrase in common use among us ORIGIN OF COMMON THINGS Every evil to whiqli we do not succumb 3Uterlcfil lielim Von Should Keep In Irving W Larimore physical director is it benefactor Emerson Yottr Ilenit of Y M O A Dcs Moines Iowa says Without economy none can bo rich originated in England in ho can conscientiously recommend Cham and with it few will be poor Johnson I58 berlains Pain Balm to athlotesgymnnsts HS03 Hy very constitution of our nature bicyclists foot ball players and the pro moral the is its own curse Chalmers evil V IKWycrs were known in Babylon 2300 fession in general for bruises sprains and Thoso who exaggerate in their state- also for soreness and sti If dislocations jfasewlejBBiejKtKS C Simmons TJLC wcrS U8C1 o houses in Rome GOO ncss When applied be merits belittle themselves ofv tho muscles He that is good for making excuses is fore tho parts beconle Awbllen it will i tf joDKKopiti0it nrat mentioned in Italy5 effect n euro in onb llalf Iho ime usually seldom good for anything else Frank- UUUb JUUU lin required For salo by T M Kosa rjS2HIHYBjBJEfiv- T Cock filllttllfr wnu itiirnltinwl Virtue and genuine graces iu them RAMS HORN BLASTS fllHnd in 1101 selves speak what no words can utter WiiriiliiKXotoft CnllhiK thn Wlckiil in Ilu Shakspeare TitC8ar9 Idcr than written history pdntfiiicu V A vilO etcomium doubly ridicules j Xing 1h tlio Wdcst Insurance may cover actual loss of goods burned but All love asks is tlio privilege of doing theres nothing blackens like the ink of Painting in both oil and water colors it docs not pay for time and trade lost while re establishing its best fools Pope wn known in Egypt 1900 B O business PREVENT THE FIRE WITH A STEMPEI If tho heart is wrong how can tho life 2so author is so poor that he can not he Shoes nro first mentioned in Egyptian -bo right of some service if only as a witness of annals 2000 years before Christ SPENCER COOPER Hazel Green Kyf agent for Wolfe and Sorrow is sometimes Gods cure for his time Faucliet Stamps for marking goods wero in uho and seo the Littlo Wonder selfishness Talkers are no good doers be assured Morgan Counties s Jitltomo beforo tho Christian era Tho worst robbers are not thoso who Wo should use our hands as well as Chcwj was of military origin and known tongues Shakspeare carry clubs ju India beforo tho Christian era A More firm and sure the hand of courIf a man is selfish getting married will a Ink is mentioned in the Egyptian in age strikes when it obeys the watchful f Bcriptions about tlio timo of the Exo- - not cure him of it Thomson Tho Bible docs not command anybody eye of caution dus The hope of amending is after all our Used for Filling and Extracting Tho uso of tho Christian era in chron- - to lovo a hypocrite Tho hands that were nailed to the cross very best and brightest hope of amend Â¬ logy began in Italy in 625 Without Pain or Danger It was not ing our works as well as ourselves had no money in them employed in England until 81G Gladstone It is human to err and human nature Hanks wero first established in Lombary That tuneful nymph tho babbling by the Jowish moneylenders The first to say I told you so echo who has not learned to conceal what publie bank was that of Venice in To go into temptation is to run a will- is told her nor yet is able to speak until J 500 ing race with the devil another speaks Ovid Notaries aro first mentioned in tho The devil is the only one helped when A world of blossoms for tho bee low Â¬ fourth century They wero appointed by a Hypocrite joins the church ers for the sick girls room for the glad priestu and bishops to keep the church If a hum Is a fool to begin with edu- infant sprigs of bloom wc plant with the iworda R S sBv iki w cation will not help him much tFlltta fc Ififctrt apple tree W C Bryant rubber used for cracing pencil k India 4 only reason why a lie looks white If anyone speak PI of thee consider marks was known in England as early as in The face is because it wears a mask the whether he hatli truth on his side and if - 1770 A cuboof it half an inch square The- man who wcrks for God never so reform thyself that his censures may Over Opera House LEXIXGTOX KY cost three shillings Epictetus qomplains that he tjojigot pay enough not alleet thee Tho first nntfts woroinado for tho use There is no happiness in life and there TiiD devil fights whin bptlv hands to ofloctor4 to keep their fingers soft and kiopmijiiiroju D D S gulfing toG6dwith their is no misery like that growing out of the Vann rlmnhey might accurately feJl dispositions which consccrato or desetho pulso of thoir patients ALL WORK GUARANTEED There is- m litftle mercy in stabbing crate a home K II Chimin Astronomy was a highly developed In proportion as the structure of a gov science in Assyria IJ C 1SU8I Jhe Hook with a word as there is in doing it with ernment gives force to public opinion it a knife of Job written about H C 1020 men- The devil dont care much for our pro- is essential that public opinion should tionssovoral constellations he enlightened Washington Tha original stethoscope was a roll of fession What ho is afraid of is our norace appears iu goon ntiinor while paper in the hands of the surgeon Laeu- practice If we could gain the whole earth it lie ceiHiires and therefore his censure has nqu in 18 il but over 100 years earlier Ltd your first entry bo a rijsolutidn vylntldjjjegin to shrink as soon as we got tlio more Weight as supposed to proceed tho principle had been explained not to buy until ymi havo seen us fur from judgment and not from passion pofttcfrriou v rriiorviVfc ws originally a large shawl Young Tho devil never wastes any time in vtorn Around tho neck not for show but It would be an unspeakableadvantage a drunkard out of a fof comfort bv a nation of ICsfttOrft trying both to the public and private if men stingv man JCuropo called tho Cravatos or Croats would consider that groat truth no One reason why St Paul accomplished man is wiso or safe but lie that is that THa thistle shamrock and rosoaro the honest cinblbinu of Scotland Ireland andJCn so much was that ho hover tried to do Sir W Haleigh gland probably becauso of the preva anything in his own strength It is one of the worst ctTccts of proslenco of those plants in those countries The man who rejoices in tho Lord will perity that it makes a man a vortex in You will run noclninco Things Tho word bumper signifying a drink generally bo found living so that those stead of a fountain so that instead of iro what thoy seem or pledge was originally a toast to the who come near him can alo rejoice throwing out ho learns only to draw in Thoro will bo no disappointments Popoiu Roman Catliolic countries drunk The man who sits down to wait for If W Beeeher in store for you in a full glass just after dinner an Hon somebodys old shoos will need a cush There are important eases in which the Poro ion on his chair before he gets thorn uuierencu ueuveen nan a nearc ami n Tho rrtss mark instead of a signature Many a man prays tho Lords Prayer whole heart makes just the ditlerence bffl did not originate in ignorance MANAGER It was ovory day who never thinks it worth tween signal defeat and a splendid vie always appended to signatures in modi- - while to try to hurt tho devil with his lory A II K Boyd 37 N Broadway LEXINGTON XY nuval tunes as an attestation ol good vote Bo a pattern to others and then all faith J f you area church member you are will go well for as a wholo city is in Tarring and feathering was onco a not helping the Lord any while on a fected by the licentious passfons and legal punishment for theft It is said to street car platform with a cigar in your vices of great men so it is likewise reMfM bo found in the statutes of both England mouth formed by their moderation Cicero juid France about the time of the CruA M Bailey a well known citizen of Cant i itself properly a double-distilleDEALER IN sades lie the materia prima of the dvil Eugene Oregon says his wife has for Boo tho exclamation used to frighten years been troubled with chronic diarrluea from which all falsehood imbecilities children is a corruption of Boh the and used many remedies with little relief and abominations body themselves and It until she tried Chamberlains Colic from which no true tiling can come Jiamo of a famous Sothic General has been used as a terror word for many Cholera and diarrluea Remedy which Carlyle And centuries has cured her sound and well Give it a Shakespearo was great not merely by Signals used by ships at sea date from trial and you will be surprised at the reason of his intellect but the stage was 1500 They were invented by the- - Duke prompt relief it aflbrds 20 and 00 cent then free Goethe was great largely be Mitchell Wagons Owensboro Wagons of York afterwards James If and so far bottles for salo bv J M Hose McConniek Binders and Mowers causo ho was in position to decree literans known wero tho only things he ever ry laws instead of accepting them from Whiteleys Solid Steel Binid ers and Mowers Andrew Johnson was the son of a very i n for iors- Con wa v did invent 10 years old he wa When Repairs kepi in stock for McCoriniek AYhitelcy nnd Clocka are said by somo to havo been poor fanner Hut is a word that cools manv a by Pacificus a priest of Verona apprenticed to a tailor and acquired warm impulse stifles many a kiudlv Champion invented Machinery Granger and by taste for Hay Hakes in tho ninth century By others tho in- read aloudreading the hearing a gentleman thought puts a dead stop to many a Avery and from American Speaker Malta Double Plows vention is credited to Hoethius in the brotherly deed No one would ever lovo Hixth contury Wunh Your Vnro nntl loct his neighbor as himself if he listened to Tho administration of tho oath to wit- So Clean is the finest puro white all tho huts that could he said Hul liesses is a practice of very high antiqui soap ever introduced here It is better wer There is no friend liko tho old friend ty it is meniioneii as oi common use than Cashmero Honuet for the toilet among the Jews at tho time of the exo- superior to Ivory for line laundry and who has shared our morning days no dus from Egypt ahead of Sapolio for tho kitchen One greeting liko his welcome no homage for 20e Sold at liko his praise fame is the scentless Tho father of the piano was tho harpsi cake 10c 2 for 10c J sunllower with gaudy crown of gold chord and its grandfather tho spinet this ollice only but friendship is tho breathing rose The piano was first usod in a publie conMozart was destined cert on May 15 17G7 in tho Covent bookbinder and had for the trade of a with sweets in the every fold O W AND not his musical Holmes Garden Theater London gifts manifested themsolvcsnta remarkStatues of brass or marble will norish Tho first silk dress worn in Europe was ably early ago ho would have been apand statues made iu imitation of them sported by a lady of the Fronch court in prenticed to an employer in that line aro not tho same But reprint a thought 1450 Tho first pair of silk stockings The Farmers Friend worn in Europe adorned tho ankles of You can relieve that headache you a thousand times over earvo it in wood Honry II of France in 1000 have by buying a box of Megrimine at pr engrave it on stone and the thought North Maysvillc Street Mt Sterling Ky Pledging a toast originated among the Tun HuiiAiil ollice It will only cost is identically and eternally the same unafleeted by any change of matter If raucous as tno drinker raised tlio Heavy 00 cents and is sold on a positive guar the thing produced has in itself tho ca- As it is Spriimtinie Of COIUSO cup with both hands a friend would antee OVnwnnn will want to clean pacity to become immortal it is more by him with a drawn sword to pro- stand The father of Talma tho great actor than a token that the power house and must havo that pro vent him from boing stabbed was a dentist and intended his son for duced it which is tlio self samo thing as Tho design of tho American ling was the same busincKs I ho latter showed no our consciousness probably borrowed from tho family arms enthusiasm for filling teeth and soon de tal also Thomas of existence is immorPaiue of Gen Washington which consisted of serted his employment for tho stage threo stars in tho upper portion and Our thnuks aro duo tho managers Daniel Websters boyhood was spent three bars across tho escutcheon on a farm Ho was thoroughly familiar oi i no j iii7oi it roan Fair Assou n t 1 - U9 a Watches originated at Nuremberg as with every kind of farm work and in Cheap Bedstead Rockers Pimm early as 1177 Thoy wero at first cjillcd later lifo often related incidents of his tho Fair commencing Soptonbor Tables Mattress anil 1 Xuretnborg eggs which thoy resembled early days on tho old homo place 1 and continuing until tho 7th both in shano and size Tliov were often hnd in n first elass Furniture Hoimo evervt hii G VJ J It hliy the 1ir fitted into tho tops of walking sticks John Howard showed in boyhood tho has ahyays boon our misfortuno to gest line of i Guns nro said to havo boon used by tho philanthropic traits that afterwards bo unablo to attontl this fair nov lfc our the latest and L wv Chinese beforo tho beginning of tlio made his name famous 116 was eontin- - OrillOIOSS WO Wish t n thn cinwutea 11 Qlivn wnviu - iriftS Ml vviii f ijiiia iiii1 viw tMivvviju ctr iirt I t h Christian era Tho oldest dated piece of ually on tho lookout for somo cao of disi iivi uu ua Hl JUADUJN IU w it so much morits This year it is European artillery bear an inscription tress that ho might relieve io no oxciusivoiy a mountain oxlii- - M declaring that tho gun was cast in 1308 w w vjju h m Southoy tho poet spent most of his bition iCnd tho pooplo within roach iMI TJ n li v The first English book on stenograph LJl boyhood in his fathers linen shop Ho of it should givo thoir iniluonco o fur as known was written by Dr Timothy Bright iu 1588 Its earlier in wroto verses in the intorvals of business and oncouragomont by attonding trr and vwitiona is attributed to tho Latin poet goodskept his papers hidden among tlio and doing all in thoir powor to on tho shelves JEhhIus to Seneca Cicero and several mnko it a succoss Mro bono to bo otkers Wolsoys curly lifo is said to linvo been ablo to utilize our tiokot this sea Â¬ Marine insurance was practiced in passed mainly in tlio slaughter houwj of RPnmTT ciT Kerne B C 40 It was very general in his father who was a butcher Ho was son Wost Liborty Mossongor before the discovery of America sometimes called by his oncinics Tho Tho best workers are thoso who kuow jmmI Jt ie altogether probable that tho Uutchers Dog best 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ioo8byib lippincott cpmpany tlr -ijP 1 i 1 tnnd my persish which Im simple n otlleer of the court nnd isnt nupposed to Itnow anything about the merits of the case Certainly I do Mr Ennis nnd youve been sheriff long- enough to know that often where theres a great erj theres mighty little wool as Ivo no doubt youVe heard the expression Ive al Â¬ ways respected you Mr Ennis as a man and us a sheriff uot to suy any- Â¬ thing as a friend Occasionally I wouldnt undertake lo say how often its been my pleasure to help you in your election and other times and things in trilling little ways we wont say how it not being worth while I liopu that next time they wont press on you so hard Hut if they do Ive no doubtyoull know who are your friends and that theyll continue to stand up to you Good morning Yes ho made a point always to have the sheriff on good terms with him In the case of this one who in his too yielding indulgence to defendants in execution had several times been ruled for not liuving the 11101103 in court Amorson had come to his rescue Yes soliloquized the official after he had turned away you has holp me sometimes when you knewed wasnt iiny danger although which 3011 dont believe 1 know 3011 voted agins me when 1 first got in and 3oud a done it again last time execptin 3011 see I liad the field Go long Wile Amcrson Youve been dodgin and bamboozliu the hounds so fur Go long Amcrson repiiired straightwa3 to Watsons office a large room opposite Rainers store to which steps led from the street The law3er noted at once his perturbation and the slowness of its relief from assurance that nothing was to be apprehended from the action for words unless proof was made of their utterance within the last six months With some coldness he said Mr Amcrson I hope that the words charged in this writ were not spoken by you at aii3 time Ive taken 3our case believing that 3our hands had been well Ill sa3 moderately clean with intent to see that 3011 got all of your legal rights Its not 1113 busi Â¬ ness to inquire how 30111 father came to make such a will against which I find theres a good deal of feeling in the county and theres no sort of loubt that it is obliged to be sustained if 3our recollection of the facts as youve told them to me is entirety ac curate The fight against 3011 is going to be serious You see that Mr Tor- ranee is of counsel in the case hes a man of ver3 great capacity and who sit least in attack is not one to waste Iiis powder unless he believes that something is to come of it Youve iaid to me that 3011 wouldnt be op- jjosed to a compromise that might not be too unfair Let me tell 3011 what Ive been turning over in 1113 mind Your wifes dead and so is Mrs Amer sons husband Why not let the whole dispute be settled by 3our marrying Such lier and adopting her son Youre Hunts are done very often both 3oung and as for her wl3r shes 21 beauty whom aii3 man might take How would that suit and give boot Who knows but thats what shes driving at in the end she finds she cant do better Youre old enough to understand that women have more than one string to their bows The clients eyes gleamed during the utterance of these words then in a low eager voice he answered Mr Watson if you could arrange that Iddouble the fee Ive promised nnd if its necessary Id double that Mr Dalmcy is expecting to get Smiling the lawyer replied I dont think if I were in vour place that Id make such an offer to Dnhney Indeed I wouldnt care to llo itni3self Dabney is rather a tick Â¬ lish sort of fellow about taking fees sis it were over the left shoulder Then some people sa3 he wants the widow himself Noticing the pallor on Amersons face he continued J hit if you wish Ill feel of him nnd theres no doubt that he will not try to hinder Mrs Amersons accept since ot your proposal whether she may incline to it or not At all events it wont do any nana to tuiinu 11 un reflection it may do you some good ven if its rejected provided it be Â¬ comes generally known You see it will be tho amplest apology and compensation you can make for auy words 1 hey may prove 3011 to have said against lier You seem to be in earnest about it Looking down for a moment AmerWm took from his pocket a handker- olfef and wiped his oyes Then ho - CHAPT13K XVI ooNTisrnn Of course Mr Amcrson you under get rich and the more Ive got the more could have done She had nothing but herself and I well I was ambitious to was a good woman and not health and after Cullen died she said on her death bed that she hoped I and nan nah would many I told Hannah that six mouths ago and offered to settle on her a good part of fathers property but sho as good as ordered me out of her house Its impossible but Ive got to that Mr Watson Id be willing to give up mighty nigh the whole of that property if I could get her His voice and lips trembled with the excess of his passion and its hopeless Â¬ ness After a moments pause he said in argumentation that boenied to his counsel realty pitiable You say Mr Watson that people sa3 Mr Dabney wauts Hannah for himself Why does it seem reasonable to you that Hannah would take up with a man thats got nothing except what little he picks up at law when as I tell you shes a woman thats al Â¬ ways loved fine things and wanted more than she could get You see how fine she dresses now when she comes to town which she cant afford and which she knows Mr Dabney couldnt begin to allow her without they won this case which they cant as theres the will to show for itself As for suing me for slander its done for nothing else but to scare me And perhaps to drive you to a com- Â¬ promise I hope thats it Mr Watson and you know 1113 terms that is we can figure on it and sec what you think is Ive been disappointed My wlfo thats dead saw how it was but sho cipiont toddy and usual chat with Karhels ho repaired to IlaincrH and taking one of the Bpllt bottomed chairs which stood always within for tho ac- Â¬ commodation of customers removed it to the sldowalf seated himself and bo gaii upon one of his biscuits Oh Uncle Lishy said Mr Italncr 1 forgot at tho miuuto of howdy ing with you to tell you that Cnpt Watson was in hero yesterday and he asked me if he didnt happen ig see you him- Â¬ self to tell you hed bo much obliged if yotiM step in his Cilice as ho wanted to have a little talk with you about somo business he didnt say what Pausing at tho bito ho was in the act of taking he said Why what you say Jccms ho didnt name tho business he wanted with mo Didnt oven hint what it was My me these lawyers Why Arthur Dabno ho scud words to mo some Â¬ times he want to see me and now here tis Squire Watson hes a sendln his words hook liko they think some thin of Lishy Flints opinion if he is old and amighty nigh wore out Ah Uncle Ushy youre not so old that people dont appreelatoyour judg Â¬ ment and I hope it will be many a year before you will bo Thanky leems than ley If I dont oversize 1113 own jedgment sech as the good Lord give me seem to me like shes jes tho same shes alhi3s been that is for strenk a not couutin in my rielection which maynt bo quito up to what it used to be Well arfter I git through with my biscuit Ill pce ruse over and see what the business is Watson was pleased at his readiness to undertake the delicate mission backed by terms which Mr Flint would not say wero fair that was not the word No Squire Watson I should name em libl high liberl To give Harnali a fourt and her child a fourt him to pay lawer fee and cost on both sides and settle on Harnah five thousand dollars of his own propty is terms which if the aint libl I dont know what is libl but it only go to show WALTER I eg 1334 A WOOD lrW H k 4 V5 Always at the front in desfeur- style and quality of our lH - TUBULAR STEEL MOWER t BBBBMaW TTZsap - C 1H r MOWERS HAY RAKES w - f i f jttm ajp Jans BINDERS ana J k v with latest improvements we c ail attention of farmers to their great strength durability and light lpf5irjw1il3itJ hay rake draft Our sales show that they are unexcelled Send for Catalogues- - WALTER A WOOD MOWING AND REAPING MACHINE CO a i i i fz Jr WiHPWi- GEAR REAPER HARVESTER AND BINDER ENCLOSED See W W REED Mt Sterling Ky for prices rap SVdBI lfe 1 Â¬ i j the bostwu to put it After some pause Watson said Mr Amcrson 011 reflection I be- Â¬ lieve Id rather not make to Dabney a proposal of that kind and Im sure it wouldnt be the very best for you to do it Wli3 not make it directty to the widow either t3 yourself or through some friend Isnt there some one who is friendly to all parties whom 3ou could trust with it I wouldnt like myself to go to Mr Dabney about it or for you either be Â¬ cause from what 3011 su3 hed be against me The old man Flint is a friend of Hannah and he used to be a good friend to me Once or twice lies told me I ought to compromise the ease somehow because he knows they cant break the will which he signed as a witness and he tells cvor3boty that mentions it to liim that lie never saw father in stronger mind than he was on the hi3 he made it I dont know but I think he might advise Hannah to take ni proposition The vcr3 man The vei3 man Among other reasons for that is that if his mission fails hell be sure to cir culate it and that will take off some of the prejudice against 3011 Will 3011 Â¬ For the benefit of the ladies fo Hnzcl Green and vicinity I have opened n GENERAL FURNISHING GOODS STORK at mv resid nee in HiweV Green and will carry a coin- plete line of the following nrtielcs winch will be sold at the LOWEST l llICKSvs KtlLu iitil Vfilinto LlUlDS Huts Ladles Gloves lint Trimming Itihbons Underwear Handkerchiefs Ladies Toilets Curlig Irous Woolen Dress Goods Whale HoncB Ilrmuing Paints Gintrlinms Lawns itc Whale Rono Casings Silk Laces black nnd white Muslins White Goods Laces Kmhroideries Ladies Slippers Dress Shields Corsets Veilings Infants Caps Complete lino oflloslory Dress Trimmings Umbrellas Towels Elastics etc r etc Buy Your Hats of Mo and Got Thorn Trlminod Freo of Charge My stock will embrace every nrtirle of Ladies wear in tho latest stvle Just from the eity un well as many other notions too numerous to mention I will nlso do DRESS MAKING and will cut and make dresses to suit the hard time prices Rest system of cutting by the lhuldington Cutting Machine which was awarded first premium at tho Worlds Fair 18M LAURA KAWLINGS of Covington Ky well and fuvora blv known to the ladies of this vicinity will be my assistant Your trade is respectfully solicited and satisfaction guaranteed Very respectfully fctf-Miss 4 SfitiI 8MB Mrs FRED DAY I AS HE BTllTKD UlOJ THK SIDEWALK HANNAH AND UKIt SON WKHK lABSINO 1h Ik V- - IWMVS MPH itsuraLIFE FIRE Â¬ HOFFMAFS no Aipfiiiiy 1 ACCIDENT The Safest Best and MOST RELIABLE Agency in Eastern Kentucky Hates Reasonable see him son The old man would take it as a compliment if 3011 was to send for him and joud know better than me how to talk to him and besides itll bolster Id rather it would be you Mr Wat- Â¬ uJ J MW 1 mmmmm irimri Ti L III ffflWlfr fJTOBfJf III Igggtaiiiuiiiiinrrini noticing Tin rATron ox amehbonb FACK Â¬ im 1 1 Mr Watson Im going to toll jou D H CARPENTER TO UK CONTIVOKDJ Ivo loved Hannah over CHAPTKIt XVII rirlUtefl 200 Day Xer WHOLESALE DltY GOODS since alio waa a girl and Ivo never Hot Water Tho noxt da3 following was ono of It fa hard to understand why lovo for loved anybody like Ive loved her NOTIONS BOOTS SHOES Ac buslnesa center and depot CeHMi aa4 Mout ask mo why I didnt marry her what Mr Flint used to stylo hisSatur God in Bomo folka never gets town deep feflly BICOOKK Keepectfully OATLETTSnURQ KY aie Ms I could at least as I thought I days for going to town After his in- - enough to striko tho pocket amething B- - him up more on m sido when hes told in the way you know how that I want to be reasonable All right Do 3ou get somebod3 to tell him I want to seo him After an understanding as to the pre ciso terms in which to put the proposition Amcrson left the office As he stepped upon the sidewalk Hannah leading her son was passing Glanc Â¬ ing momentarily at him she immedi- Â¬ ately turned her face away and pro- Â¬ ceeded on He stood gazing at her as she went When sho entered one of the stores he sighed and turning walked rapidly in tho direction opposite In that moment the wish to possess her waH greater than that of prevailing in tho lawsuit Â¬ Â¬ Squire Watson what a young- onian thuts putty and is hard to fit can do with a fuller that want her the dis tracted had way that Wiley Amcrson show hisself hy sech a oiler which Im obleeged to aeknowlede that it make me see more jum in Wile and more gizzard as the sayin is than I thought he have The tell me he never soimed to keer so powful much for his wife hut she were a plain female and rather sickly while Harnah I see her this very inorniii at her mas where shes a now a visitin and I deelar she look gorgis as a pink and bloomin as I come mighty nigh sayin as the moon Ill see her this very evenin on my way hack and I shall talk to her lik Id talk to my own child which she have always been amost like one of ehildern and I shall ripsent the 1113 ease in the true light of settlin quoils and disputins which never looks well in no family Yes Wile 1 see now aint quite the feller hes in genl been took for Ive been for eompermisin this thing from the jump and Im thankful that the way seem likcopenin for it Mr Flint I am very glad to hear yon talk with so much discretion and with an eye both to business and kind- Â¬ I havent considered Wiley ness Amerson as bad as some people pretend to say especially of late When his father died hedidntthink it would be quite becoming in him to tear up the will that had been left with him for safe keeping and go about telling people that the old man hadnt sense enough to know what to do with his property nfter working fifty and sixty years to get it Why in tho name of the good Lord cried the old man Squiro Watson lifting his arm with energy in course not in course 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0XYGM rcfltores strength quictH tho ncrvcH and expels diseases Proof that will convince all who reason is oflbred freo to all who suflbr t Capital FLOYD DAY 50000 J F COX Cashier President No Ilnuk in Fustern Kentucky has hotter vaults nor better facilities for keeping your 102 Recount Managed entirely bv home people who know you and who are always ready to accommodato von S0Moiiey to loan on rcasonablo rates Call on us Clark Cnufiiy HaiionaiBank MAIN STREET mag Oppfttlts Patent OtBee Send us your address DRS STAR KEY PALEN Arch St Philadelphia P 120 Sutter St San Francisco Cal simple foolishness If he werent a smart man long as I see him Im a fool and allays has been which nobody that know Lishy Flint has ever went down so low as to make any sech a in sinooation and as for if so be Wllu did put tho old man agins Hannah which if ho done It as somo say ho did ho oughtnt but if ho did if this dont mount to takin of it all back and more besides I dont know what do Aint that tho way you look at it Squiro Watson tellin people that us for Ieareo Amerson not bein in his right mind its Â¬ WINCHESTER KY JOHN V UKAN President It F CURTIS Cashier Surplus 100000 35000 Capital 3200000 Undivided Profits rotnoto from Wuhlniton Send model drawing or photo with decnp tlon Wo advlio If patentable or Hot frae ef chariro Car fee not duo till imtest la secured A How to Obtain IateBU vrllk amBhlet natrice ofuctual clients In your state eeeatyer town ecnt free Addreta Cflvcntfl and Trndo MarkB obtalnod and all Pat Â¬ ent buslnoia conducted for Moderate Ft Our Office l Opposite U 8 Patent 9W nnd woeaneoenro patent In Ices time than the Organized 1801 being tho oldest bank in the county Collections made on all points and your biisiiiets solicited CASNOWCO i Walagaii t-- HB MAUPIN WITH Propriety New nuihlhigi Om nnd Eletrle WffcM Elcotrlo Klevfttorl Henteil threHKhtwitk S 11 H OTEL LELAHD Lexington Ky 11HOOK8 t V - it - f pS5328SB8 llJJSiteft -- - MMtm 1 Pf cucumbers and melon plants unroot strawberry plants or cover the buds with earth to mp n nu itn them ThcV will iret Into nln nlntM sauci sirup suar on meat in hnnh will riddle a eako or fill a loaf of bakers broad till it is worthless All remedies ailinfr I took to baiting thenw near Ihoir nests with slices of meat nffiicsy apple and pear parings and when I had from ilfty to one Jiundred thousand out turned a kettlo of boiling water on them 1 havo lulled In one week onn mllllnn in tho n acre lot and I have almost wiped them out I had to do this to secure any lettuce plants and many unobservant farmers complain of seedsmen when they should attribute their troubles to insects It is very curious and instructive to hco how promptly the ants which es cape the scalding- will go to worlc taking out the dead and after piling them outside first then go to excavat ing again and rebuilding their cells and runways This being done very quickly the next work on hand is the laying in of a supply of food by haul ing the dead bodies of the hot water victims into their storehouses You may see a small black ant hauling and tugging at the carcass of a red ant twenty times its own weight and ho always succeeds in the end in laud ing it in the warehouse of the colony Next you may see a sort of ambulance corps searching for the disabled These aro taken carefully to thoundertrround house where the surgeons and nurses are in waiting Then too you may good airxd congregation IIgvh Mnrion Center and G 0 llvrd I held services at Caskev Bcliool house on lost Lords day Kcvb Andy 11 Stamper and Frunk McGuira preached at Old Gnusy Sunday rl uner on the ground Elders II II Little and L C Lacy PrcHC Iea I funeral of Andy Knsli iic- cc8 ftt Uayaboro n Iherownsa largo - min tho lettuce and nthin una i ai aucwill also attend to all uiimiu jMi nfiii nttii from the sdil in which they are planted nniitii iivniii iiiiu u uuu juiiiuui nti t tu tioneering and solicit business cnlls forkind of this on the ground to all and nctually destroy the bed They Respectfully c Elder J T Pleratt preached at Ezcl Will SUOk tllO life Ollt nt noma nt JOHN II PIERATT j the World Th- - are more ants lo the Bqimro Ue in FlorkU than In any other coun try i the world Hya a writer in the SaTaanah News There are ants which will measure more than half an inch in length and then thero aro ants bo small that they can scarcely be seen to move with the unaided eye There aro leumiwj anu uiacK ants and trouble Home ants But as bad as they are I have never heard of them eatintfout the seat of a mans trousers as a mis- Â¬ sionary Rov Mr Wilson nnon inlil flin writer ho saw the army ants do in India u vuu iuhu whs hiiuu on the carta for a few minutes beside him Hut the Florida nnts will tn t f ANTa 111 FLOhUA mi Tim Tkere Thh Ih Any Otker Tmtt RELIGIOUS West filled hla appointment nt the Methodist church Saturday uiid Sunday last Elder J A Howard preached to n Rev largo congregation j t miller DKALKU IN ELECTION- - NOTICE THE Sunday last Dinner on the ground Kov P P Wilson preached Sunday morning and evening at Giloioro to a at Toms Branch on I rru To tho Voters of Wolfo County Tlioro will bo n special olection Hardware Iron and Steel hold nt tho various plncos of voting LEXINGTON KY in Wolfo county on Tuesday the 6th day of Norember 1894 for tho olection of a Ropresontntivo H in tho Tenth Congressional Dis- Â¬ luniU ITnoH QllH Qoln Qfohlo trict of Kentucky to fill the va Â¬ u UIU UIUUIU Jf cancy caused by the death of M GREEN KY HAZEL C Lisle said day being tho same on which tho regular olection for fcirDoublc and Silicic This 4th Rigs and Saddle Horses Congress will take placo for hire Parties convey- day of August 804 ed to any point on reason GEO W DRAKE S W C able terms D S C C BUSINESS WORLD IN MINIATURE J PIERATT uu im fifl B Â¬ By Hanks Â¬ SaturJly nt5ht ft M ftnd wf manifested crowd present and much interest iIiy There was Traders Deposit Bank MT STERLING IlfiUnSiSmB WE BARRINGER WITH KY 30000 Capital J J O L 200000 Surplus Mnf ZZl i Luuu Item Corn looks well here Mrs Timothy Ferrill is very sick with fever Wo would like to road some letters from Gillmore Ft II Tyler bought a mulo of A J llollon for 80 Minn Rebecca and Thomas llollon at- tended the institute at Campion Tues- - Cane i Dry Goods Co Successors to Carter Bros Co BIGSTAFF President KIHKIATItlCK Vice President W W THOMSON Cashier Â¬ HHhHB connected with the State A Importers and Jobbers of AND NOTIONS rm generally throughout Eastern Kentucky A general banking business done Give us a chance to send you a bank book Day your checks and loan you money when in need W W Thompson Cash We respectfully solicit the business of merchants farmers traders and business men it M College iv IBillion KM SS BSTTIIE PllACTICAL a J THE i Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ - Â¬ Â¬ A row occurred between George Pence LOUISVILLE KY and Hardin Hurst the other day over dividing some corn and thoy tried it old Iatronngo of the mountain merchants is fashion for a few minuted They were most respectfully solicited fined 5 each Tho protracted meeting cloyed Thura WHEN YOU WANT A WATCH day with 17 additions to Christian union So Ven tec n by baptism and among them Or anything in tho were three preachers Dinner ws served Jowolry lino lot mo on the ground Sunday Rev Howard know it 1 will fur- Â¬ left for home Monday and Rev lJuua nish you goods worlh gan and family returned home Thursday thomonoy and YOU Large crowds attended every day and more conversions than has been hero for Will hilVC GUARANTEE the hist ton years Como back again at homo whoro -- Doxirt tfaXl 3Ett School -- i fe - o- South you COURT NOTES can uso it Â¬ Quarterly Court in session today Eighteen men from Tnr Ririgo were fined for failure- to work tho roud - Ilospectfully Bravo Â¬ 4 qooD Judge Taullieo Mrs Irn Drake was appointed Administratrix of thcestato of her husband Ira Drake deceased ACADEMY NOTES TI IE JEWELER EZEL Morgan County EIIILLIPS wTcr T F HARP - 1 1 Ky IK n ing this one or turning another back on some errand or to some other duty There is not a moments delay no bak ing feet no idle hands but all move as if it was their last day on earth and this was the only hour loft in which to redeem a misspent life For lessons in industry and perfect government go to the ants Â¬ see the timekeepers and bosses direct Â¬ J ST S with y EUROPEAN MONASTICISM IhIiiimI Â¬ Fuhl to Iluvo llogtiu on tho Mttlo of St Ilnnoriit To the student of ecclesiastical his tory tho little island of St lfouorat is W Ys v v Eft F ft r fc 5 ftO V f tAm 1 v iirahlpclngo It may well bo called tho lonu of the south It is iirenmrlc- nolo circumstance that two littlo in- Hjnillcaut IbIiukIs ono in tho far north amid tho durlc clouds and mists of tho wild Atlantic and tho other in tho fur south undor the brilliant blue Hlcy and laved by tho bluer waters of tho Mediterranean should huvo formed tho centers which drew to them and from whonco were dispersed all tho splrituulund intellectual foroosof Chris tondom during its darkest ages Meeting1 ono day one of thoso wrotohed lopors who were as common in Europo in tho early Christian ecu turies as thoy aro now in Asia Hon unit took him home to his own room and began to anoint his terrible sores Suddenly tho dreadful mask of deformity foil oft and tho scarred face burst out into overpowering radiance and in tho transllirurcd loner ho beheld with Inexpressible uwe no other than tho Sarah l Grlf fii Lord desus Himself Whon St Ilonorat loft his northern homo ho was accompanied by his Only sister who was devotedly attached to Scrofula Cured Blood Purlflod by him Tho strict rules of monastic life Hoods Sarsaparllla would not til low tho presence of 11 IT001I Co Lowell Muss Tho j C I Is woman within tho products f It with pleasaro that I scad a testimonial gontlo mid bountiful girl who ut her concoraliiK what Sarsaparllla has doao baptism as a Christian received the for my daughter Hoods a wonderful medlclno It Is immo of Margaret was consequently and I cannot recommend It too hllily Sarah sent to reside in tho neighboring islo who Is fourteen years old has been of Loro whoro sho was completely Affltotod With Scrofula separated from her brother Hy her ever suico alio was ono year old For ftvo years entreaties sho ut last prevailed upon Bho has had n runnhifr sore oa ono side of her him to promise to como and seo her laco YO UloU OVLTV rnmmlv rormnmmwlol tint iitii r n Vi onco a year Lot mo know said sho nothlnKullherunviroo iiMiik Hoods Sarsaparllla My married daughter at what timo I may look for your com advised mo to uso Hoods Sarsaparllla becauso ing for that season will bo to me tho Tho saint only season of tho year sSaPr replied that ko would come when tho Almond trees woro In blossom Where It had cured hor ot dyspepsia Sho had been troubled that complaint slnco childhood upon tho legend suys tho forsaken and alnco with euro sho has never her been without a Margaret assailed all tho saints with bottloof Hoods Sarsaparllla la tho house Wo lstM fnntHi iltWtl ultn rvrttv iiiti commoncod Rlvlni It to Sarah about ono year fTsva u v -7T nininml UIJV titti vv wish that tho almond trees In hor ny Remaining island should miraculously blossom1 onco a month and sending ouch month M traco of tho dreadful dlsoiuo Prorlous to h branch with tho significant flowers ffigwihJ liirfu v iw on it to hor brothers rotroat ho dutl yrim Hoods Sarsajvirllla wo havo ait uuiiiitJLiuii used Hooda - and nuu inem ck iuuiu to hor at onco and her Mahia Qnniluio best Mms fully camo riy Xonla Illinois f was thus mado glad by the sight hMrt ofkw brother no loss thau twolve Hoods Pllla cure nausea sick liAiiinh 1 intellectual and moral iuiluunce it had as Montnlombert truly says a greater eiTcot upon the progress of humanity than anv famous isle of tho Grecian great historical sights one of tho most Impressive spots u Knrope says tlie Thmitor Almost in- Â¬ visible on the map it at one time oc cupied a most conspicuous position in the eyes of the world as one of its Â¬ As a center of Homo ready to begin his school work CINCINNATI O Mrs Suo M Ireland was called to COX CO GKO AVKllKKVS SONS 3IutiiKcrH43 Oklahoma Territory on August 24th to bed side of her laughter Mrs Sallie LEXINGTON KY the O Thc patronage of Wolfe anil Morgan Neal who was dangerously pick Mrs counties Holicitud Neal taught in the Academy two years VICTOR B0GAGRT ago R J F LOCKIIAUT The Kentucky Hoard of C W B M has recommended the National Board of I C W 11 M to add two recitation rooms ML JJb to tho Academy The rooms will be quite an addition to the building and i K Short Street 5SEL KY will afior ample loom for all pupils The Board ol our Academy will employ two additional teachers to assist in the Of school this session hey aro negotiating Diamonds Watches and Jewelry with Miss L Etta HiiiiiioIIh of Wilming Roliablo Goods Fair Dealing and Ohio to succeed Mr J II Swango and Mi8 M Alice Smith of lloone Iowa Bottom Prices All Goods and Work The Gommhnwealth of Kentucky to rtiiccetl Miss Nettie Robertson To Tin Shhhuts or Tin Countiis of Guarantood ACADKMITK Hukvtiutt CbAltK Emiott Es tiii Floyd Johnson KNorr Lbk this year Hardware Agricultural Implements About two hundred volumes havo been I RONTON O added to the Academy Library which will now be kept at tho Home JAMES HOTEL Lloyd Jones of Hedges Clark Co came in Monday and i at the Academy Fourth Street near Main Mr 0 E French of Stanton will have charge of somo classes in tho Academy W M KERR lOnHKRS IN CO to tho hands of any but rolinhlo peoplo whon you aro looking for Wo aro the largest address CLOTHING house in Contral Kontucky and C C CALHOUN Principal mako a specialty of 700 and 10 100 103 110 112 114 A 110 E Main St LEXINGTON KY Suits With every suit for Mon I2Cost to complete any prescribed wo give a guaranteed lover move course VERY reasonable niont dust proof WATCH AND CHAIN free WhitoIIall W A business A ItKVELATIOX is mnilc to the juipil in Hook keening Hanking Shorthand Type writing Jelegraphy Peiiuianshi Coninicr cial Law Arithmetic Grammar Spelling and Business Correspondence as taught by ont nkw and iTiirSTiN plan of ACT UAL lllSIXKSS PKACTICE iskd only in OUUCOLLKGK helore which the old theoretical copyrighted text book copying sys tem MlST go POSITIONS for its pupils are made a specialty in this school which promises to the Commercial World the highest type of etlicient business men and women GUARANTEED to be as represented or money refunded BEWARE of schools which do not do this Send for beautiful illustrated Catalogue free For full particulars call at the college or Â¬ Â¬ ENDORSKI by the highest County and State officials by the leading business and nrofcssioual men of the country and by liuutlrcds of pupils who arc successful in A Â¬ GRAAES fiiii3 k I Oil 4 D BHSrTOgE piaiiac inn Jeweler Siil jjj tanM O i r iT 1 LEXINGTON ky 2- - t T i--s-- v w Holies ti Eieciit Sb CDs I y - e iy TT aft Qiii WiA-i-aSt 3 fisifls Â¬ W4 g a Scar Remains i i Is the only firm in the town which han Wa Kit has a vacancy exists in the of dles the jtibtly celebrated fico of Representative in Congress of tho United States from the Tenth Congressional District of Kentucky cuused by horn the wholesale house of H T iuli tlin ilniHli nf Mm Trm 1 I iohn Youm Now TlIHliKKOltH J CLO Ilrown Aiovernor of the Coinuionwealth aforcsaiu issue- this mv writ of election PORTSMOUTH OHIO and command that you and each of you 5rWheii you want the BEST footwear cause polls to be opened at the several give him a call nolly voting places in your respective counties and u special election held according to HOUSE law on Tfksday the Uli day of Novem OOMIJS OAMPTON KY ber 189 1 for the election of a Represent- Â¬ ative in the Tenth Congressional District J R HOLLON PnorniETon ot Kentucky to till tho vacancy caused - TV by tne lentil ol Ai L lislo as atoresaid n Tim nninnm r i iiS said day being the same on which the respectfully solicited Table the best uml reKiilar election for Coimress will take every attention to the comfort of guests place And you will cause notico of said olection to bo nuulo as provided by law A FLOYD IJYRD as follows CamptonKy Immediately on receipt of n writ of election or proclamation of elecATTOllNEY-AT-LAtion the hhcrill shall givo notico CT Abstracts of title furnished collec t thereof by advertisement posted at the uons made and prompt returns guaranteed Court House door and the several places C onnected with the law firm of Wood Day p l l in somo news Mt Sterling Ky in civil practice pnper printed in tho county if such bo Martin Maooffin Montqojiuuy MoitdAN Mknkfki Piki Powkil and Wolfi John M Rose sL II 1 HAZEL GREEN KY uj J S58izfi Boots and Shoes TvionTT JPtPIa 1 f j XfJJ 3 lHSr slfcS4 A c inT W W FYVIE VARNER CO HKPUKSKNTINO Â¬ SAKFORD wholesale dealers in mi tt o 4fb rnn ir -mj 121 t ie V and 123 Second Street PORTSMOUTH O The trade of Rnstcrn Kentucky is most ispectfully solicited Â¬ W iiunuu iiii LOUIS STIX WHOLKSAIB DKAIMU8 IN CO there T Hood Cures I cr u- - IX TK8TIMOKY WllKRHOF I have caused theso letters to bo made patent and tho seal of tho Commonwealth to be SKA I hereunto affixed Dono at Frankfort the 1st day of August in the year of our Lord ono thousand eiijht hundred and ninety four and in tho ono hundred and third year of tho Common Â¬ C J0HNS0V Lampton j SWANOO JOHNSON Hazel Oreeu SWANGO V Â¬ ATTOllNEYS-AT-LAAWill practice in the Wolfe county and circuit courts Collections promptly made and abstracts of title iuriihdmA i i notice V Bry Goods iiuru NOTIONS Etc Uaoc and Union Sis vf C D MOORE rrrn CO wealth BEN WILLIAMSON Vo carry the Kood that will suit trade and our prices aro THE LOWESivJ 1 ojeenu aiieution lvcn to nail orders w lJ -- W Jr h vry yar ta Indljftitlon biliousness Sold by all druggists By tlio Governor John W Hkaplky Secretary of State Joitx Young Bkown Hardware Cutlery OATLETTSBURG KY Sole agonoy for South Bend Plows c TWn SFfiRFK lu a in lr T caney Ky for these valuableLEWIS receipts Z sent for Mc solo all yrwithouthalf without Tm rock tamp Lastock foot wear How to Address t p y M Vf W -- TW