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Digital page images are linked to the text file. j it rV SPENCER COOPER Owner and Editor Hazel Green Herald Efltabhshod March 4 1885 nnd Made Famous in the Colobratod Story of Jonathan and His Continent at llin Hack by Max ORell Of a NoUy World With Now From All Nations IumbrlnK StOO A YEAH Always Ig Ad vary TENTH YEAR ONCE HAZEL GREEN WOLFE COUNTY KY BOYS THURSDAY SEPTEMBER 13 1894 NUMBER 25 J I fc I 4 aire nnd ex United Stntes Senator from to work Ho did it successfully nnd made nre merits WASHINGTON employes to be bused on thothose of tha Nevada had n very hard timo gcttingout clenred 20000 with somo of which ho FROM hutallthe same without of the errand boy rut It is pretty hnrd settled up his fathers bankrupt business political influence are badly frightoncd FAMOUS RICH MEN WHO BEGAN AT work to rise hcis reported tohnvotold nn Afterwnrd ho fancied tho sleeping enr DULL TIMES THERE SINCE CONGRESS Tho state department has rccoived interviewer in n minute of confidence business nnd actually in 18G1 got pos THE BOTTOM nothing concerning tho two Japanese ADJOURNED At 10 the age when so many million- Â¬ session of tho whole concern patents nnd prisoners who wero for a timo undor the aires wero adritt and looking for their nil for 5000 So much lor tho enter Wanamakcrn Karly 8truRKlRWhert first penny protection of tho United States consul at young Fair went to Chicago prise of a man whose early education con Senator Tone of Nevada Spring a Son- - Shanghai nnd wero Homier Got 111 SturtCarntiioN surrendered to the nnd for n time worked at anything that sisted in watching the saw nnd piano nnd natlonTho IopullNtH Jubilant Chinese authorities No official notice Strange CarucrKuHNul Siiko mnvhnp handing tools to workmen wouiu pay a uickci Tho Ironnocts of Gov Tillman hns been given that tho prisoners were anil the Orocuryltcln He wns errand boy for almost every 0 P Huntington worked as n boy for tho Sonata ltrlRht- oxecuted ns stnted in the press dispatcher iilnj of Other Great kind of n house nnd served every kind nt different things but the thingof which onliiK tylMiilftnalii FortunuH of n business so far as doing its chores he is proudest is that he saved 84 tho f To II o Ma ilo RAMS HORN WISDOM was concerned But oh I how hard and first year of his errand running and that CO THOU AND DO LIKEWISE slow it was At length with the old he put the money at interest It isnt THE Epigrammatic Saying Well Worth a Sec POLITICALSITUATION ETC forty niners young Fair shouldered his whnt n man earns it is whnt he saves oml Thought bundle nnd stnrted for tho Cnlifornins he has wiid mnny many times Boy Wheres thnt boy The devil probably loves a stingy man Here he struck gold after many seasons Jumes R Kcene came very near being Washington Sept 7 189 1 This is an exclamation that is heard a of ill luck and hero he made his great nn office boy Perhaps he really wns one Happiness is never fouud by running thousand times a day in the great oflice fortune always being like his name He wns born in Englnnd nnd A political sensntion of the first mag after it catno to nitude wns buildings where the big financial opera- Â¬ fair to those employed with linn and this country nnd went to California when that sprung upon tho country Trials may frighten but they can not by Senator Jones of Nevada when ho hurt a child of God tions of tho world are conducted and in under him a lad Ho wanted to read law and to do announced his tho marts of trade and mnnufnctuio withdrawal from the Re Â¬ Russell Sago I Can you look nt the this ho clerked inn law Every good woman is a constant re Â¬ And the little messenger thus summoned gray haired man now nnd picture him ns noting as errand lad many office no doubt publican party and his membership of tho n time After minder thnt God lives by call or bell appears at the oflice door the boy for n grocery establishment ho wrote newspaper articles icopioa party oenator joncs is now Gods Inws nre never either willingly or reluctantly and re Yet such he wns It might hnve been graduating himself finding in tho Senate to support that profes- serving his fourth term the Republican nre written in the henrt kept until they nnd his promiuenco in receives the order for the execution of back in 1830 when Russell was a boy of sion very kind to him Ho mnde friends which he is paid anywhere from nothing about 14 The grocery belonged to his party momber Every crown that comes from tho hand and soon got a caso or two at law of his of the is attested by his being a is finance committee which always of mnn hns thorns in it at nil to great riches 4 a week brother and the uoy was of great vnlue own His after history und his grent regarded ns a high pnrty honor To sny But if these small men of trust could becnuso he could be depended upon to Â¬ The fnct thnt enemies know a little of tho histories of those of enrry the bnskets snfely nnd to luirry whent deals with the Goulds his wonder- Â¬ thnt tho Populists nre jubilnntover their that Christ has- been on are loved is proof earth ful turf intcsests nnd his delightful per- distinguished their kind who like them have been of- Â¬ back for the next commission That rns sonality with the social recruit is putting it very position ot his mildly indeed It is when the devil looks least llkoa fice boys and have risen into millionaire in the City of Troy and there nre people Already there is somo dom they would perhaps step livelier in that town now who can remember the family all combine to make him as great talk of Senator Jones being made tho devil that he is most dnngerons a man as ever rose above officeboydom Populist When you go to church to prny for a nominee for the Presidency in nt the familiar call of Boy I and would tall lanky boy at he then looked George W Childs wns an oflice boy in 1810 try harder to make themselves both liked but thnt cannot be he was bom in rovivnl dont wear shoos thnt squeak Bnltimore nnd when he nt length got SAGES STRONG CHARACTERISTICS and prized in order that they too might A disinterested nctof kindness is some Â¬ control of the newspaper where he mnde England headquarters stand u chance of worldly distinction and Great industry strict honesty n sav his fortune he had worked nt At tho of the Populist thing tho cnrnnl mind can not explnin almost Congressional campaign committee Sen- Â¬ be able to look back upon their youthful ing propensity nnd a wife of the right The sermons thnt do tho most to savo branch n boy slavery and poverty as things so different sort were the things thnt made Snge is every be usefulof every trade wheremoney ator Jones letter is regarded ns a cam- the world nre not preached from pulpits could Hetoo saved his paign document of inestimable value from their mature condition as to be whnt his friends say Mrs Sage was n Nobody h over awnkened by tho graduate of the aristocratic Emma Wil- - It wns onlv in later davs when he be particularly in tho northwestern States mere visions came very rich that he allowed himself preaching of a mnn who is himsolf hnlf John Wanamaker began as an office lard Seminary nnotthere is no doubt that where thero nre mnny who believe with boy but the recolhjction iBtoo vivid with there were those to sigh dismally when the luxury of giving Senntor Joncs in tho freo coinngo of silver asleep GENEROUS MR CHILDS Hunger and thirst after righteousness him now ever to become vague He she linked her fortunes with those of the at a ratio of 1G to 1 but still remain in One of Mr Childs prettiest customs the old pnrties trusting thnt their par Â¬ is sure evidence that tho faco is toward worked too hard endured too much pri- Â¬ ex roccry clerk Whatever may be the vation in order to save money and went criticisms upon Russell Sage there must was the presentation to each lady who ties will eventunlly endorse tho idea God withGut too many hours of sleep ever to always be the admission that ho is demo- called upon him of a bcnutiful ten cup Senator Jones destroys thnt illusion by Some peoplo are always blaming God cratic and never forgets how hnrd he and saucer of costliest make This little ridiculing tho various silver plunks in for the troubles they bring upon them- be able to forget his early experience When he was only 14 years old he had to work as n boy His family was custom it is said occurred to Mr Childs the following vigorous language All selves went to work for Hays Zell an old of the best old New York stock which one dny in Idling some stories of his these resolutions and so called silver One reason why peoplo mako crooked Philadelphia publishing house and his may in part account for his remnrknble early struggles That dear lady gave planks are the same sort of dust thnt for paths is because they keep looking back weekly pay was 150 Out of this sum career me a cup of coffee out of her best cup mnny yenrs hns beon thrown into the The principal work of unbelief is to C W Bonynge another California he said in winding up his story And eyes of Bilver Republicnns nnd silvor he bought his lunches and saved money of the war millionaire was n working boy And in then ns the thought occurred to him he Democrats to blind them sufficiently long makc a foundation of sand look like a until about the beginning when having had small advances he those daysic did not urenm of const added And I declare thnt from this to permit n particular election to bo held solid rock went into business for himself choosing prosperity nor of stretches of lnnd reach- Â¬ time forwnrd I shnll give n nice cup nnd and to secure their votes for that election It is seldom that a man with a big in- Â¬ his present line of fortune making ing across San Francisco Mr Bonynge saucer to every woman who Bteps into If those conventions favored the free come is over persecuted for righteouscoinage of silver by the United States ness sake Before the period of being office boy wns not strictly speaking an errand boy my oflice Little His first appearance in public wns ns a Mr Wanamaker then called James Evernrd now mnny times n mil nt n ratio of lGto 1 without regnrd to Whenever tho world comes fnce to fnco Johnnie had nn occupation Hosquat drummer boy in the Crimean wnr Af-Â¬ lionnire had n pitiful struggle At the the policies of foreign governments the with unselfish lovo it hns to stop nnd ted in the sand and turned bricks in ter he went to Cnlifornin he worked ns a age of 8 with money sorely needed at English lnngungo is sufficiently copious think tho sun His pay here was 2 cents per gnrdneers boy and was employed by W home he went to work for a stereotyper for them to say so The only thing thnt gives us standing The Populists bcliove that the letter from where angels look is likeness to day andhis first weeks earnings came H Bovee a very rich renl estate owner at tho corner of Nnssnu nnd Fulton to 7 cents as there was too much compe- to take care of his plants and shoot go streets nnd for n long time the child ran will be worth nt least twenty members Christ tition in the business of turning bricks phers and noxious things errands and assisted with the hot caul- of the next House to their party by rea No matter how dark things look if Here Bill as he wns called by the drons doing all that his tiny strength son of the votes of the silver men in tho to give him the monopoly And this God is leading wo are on tlio way to money snved was the nucleus of the big family snved his money His pay wns would permit Did he save his money old parlies that it will cause to be cast Wanamaker fortune But it was when 40 a month Soon he had 1400 This No He hardly had the opportunity to for Populist candidates solely on the sil- something bright When men fulfill the law of Christ on 150 a week that he really coined Mr Bovee invested for the boy and it save But lie worked iiard learned vor issue The Republicans are not say money and saved most of the 2000 that was invested so well that when voung much and watched his chance for some ing much about the letter hut it is plain they do not need any other law to make afterward launched the dry goods house Bonynge left the work of gardening he thing better His business now employs that they do not like it even a little bit them do right had 70000 in stocks and money mnnv a small boy but surely none can coming as it does right nt the beginning onthe sea of trade Some very good peoplo enn never seo Bonner was nn office boy nnd afraid I shall have to leave von rise higher in the branch of business of the Congressional campaign It is any harm in sin while it can wear good Robert Im of the type often held up to scorn to look after my stocks nnd interests he than has this enterprising man who be pnrtliculnrly distasteful to the adminis clothes and ride in a coach tration Democrats because it will haven gun in the very humblest wny nt S He was a printers devil off somewhere in said to his employer There is no sin so little hut that if it New England Young Robert got a very In these days such a very sudden for- Â¬ John D Rockefeller and his brother decided tendency towards forcing the had the right of wny nnd time enough small sum and ho soon saw that he mubt tune would be harder to get When silver issue to tho front and their calcu it would wreck tho universe William had early struggles Miss Virginia Bonynge recently be John now the wealthier of the two mar- lations had all been made with the idea learn more if he would ever earn more The kind of giving upon which God One day one of the printers who was as came the Viscountess Deerhurst making ried he wai only a book keeper having that it wns to be ignored wherever possi promises a blessing is the giving that ih Mr Bonner says a dandy asked the one of the most brilliant foreign matches risen to that decree by long hard work ble and temporized with elsewhere willing to give some of its own blood a pro ever arranged for an AniTicnu girl And And S V White while never nn oflice Men of all shades of political opinion boy Bonner to wash the roller The main reaon why Moses nnd Joshua cess familiar to every printer of tho old nt thowedding it will be recalled that boy wns a farmers boy running errands agree that the letter is likely to prove au important factor in tho Congressional accomplished grent things was becnuso the bride wore a real lace veil presented nnd doing chores until lie was a man days to her by the Princess Christian with But tho list might be greatly length campaign although they disngrco as to they were willing for God to bo commander-inWHERK ROXXKR OOT HIS START whom she is n grent fnvoritc ened These are but representatives which party will bo most benefitted -chief Young Robert wild that he would Every Christinn mother hns ns much While it enn not be stnted that A II All are now livingexceptfico W Childs thereby wash the roller if tho printer would show Hummel is one of tho great millionaires but if one were to go back to tho de There is also another important aspect of a call to preach to her children as him how to lock thopress which was of America there is no doubt thnt his parted millionaires those who left for to bo considered Tho Populists are now Peter had to preach to the multitude on agreed upon as a bargain After that fortune is not far from tho mark of mil- - tunes behind for their sons and daugh figuring upon holding the bnlanco of the dny of Pentecost Robert knowing more became more lionalredom There arc many paper ters one might tell over ngniu the story power in the Semite as well as the House than tho errand boy and earned a little millionaires whose fortunes seem grent of tho oflice boy who persevered saved in the next Congress They sny that the KENTUCKY UNION in advance of his clothes When he came because they cause rumors to be circu money and became a millionaire influence of Senator Jones will result in to New York after tho war he had 02 lated regarding them But it is doubt The secret of their great success lies in the election of one Populist Senntor from Will Go Out or tho HaiulH of Itn ICerelver which he deposited in a savings bank ful if mnny Now Yorkers who began as this or that according to the judgment Colorado Montana Wyoming Idaho on October 1 Currency then was uncertain and one of office boys can show grentcr luxury of of the narrator But nil ngree thnt two nnd California and two from Utah Mr Hamilton F Kenn receiver of tho the dollars wns not worth 100 cents in living more philnnthropy nnd generosity things must bo present for permanent Should their expectations be realized Kentucky Union railroad was in Loxing That was the nnd a bigger bank accountthan he His success honesty and frugality After there is little doubt that they will hold ton Monday Mr Kenn inspected tho the eves of the teller bitterest day of my life when that dollar collection of jewelry seldom or never thnt como opportunity pcrsonnl fnvor the balance of power in the Senntc after car shops of tho rond in tho morning nnd was thrown back on me says Mr Bon- worn his library his pictures and tho fourth of next March They are also in tho afternoon left for a tour of inspecnnd luclc nor remembering even yet tho pang of claiming that Tillman and Irby of South tion of the road and his souvenirs and mementoes his first shortago although he now re of famous persons nre worth n fortune Stabbed IIIh Father to Death Carolina wjll act with them certainly Mr Koan was seen by a Transcript re Â¬ gnrds 40000 a small sum to pay for a Ephrinm Montgomery n farmer nged upon tho silver question if not upon nil porter before his departuro and consented At tho ago of 12 about thirty years trotter It will require forty six Senntors to an interview When asked how long Abie Hummel went to work ns 55 years wns fatally stabbed by his son others ago Addison Cammnck now one of the au errand boy for Willinm II Ho wo Rue Montgomery aged 80 near Colum to control the Senate qf tho next Con tho rond would romnin in his hands as greatest men of Wall street remembers Thnt he seized every avenue to advance bia Friday morning The father who gress and should Arizona nnd New Mex- Â¬ receiver ho said when ho was an errand boy It was a is apparent to all who know the history is a widower had been living with a wo ico be admitted in time to send Senntors I shnll turn over tho rond to its now long time ago when he was 10 nnd the of the courts of tho city for the last two man whose husband is absent nnd the to tho Fifty fourth Congress it will re Â¬ owners Messrs J Kenedy Tod Co on city of his young endeavors was Now Or- Â¬ decades Probably Mr Hummel can be Unison had been the cause of several quire forty eight All of which shows October 1 next leans Young Camniackh father had n reckoned among the millionaires family jars Friday morning Ruo Mont- thai the political situation is in a very Do you think tho rond will bo ex Â¬ tobacco plantation but the boy was amcondition and that there nre tended this venr George M Pullman was a carpenters gomery went to his fathers house and interesting bitious to seo tho world nnd to own money boy His father was a carpenter and remonstrated with him A quarrel en very few certainties ahead No I do not Tho condition of tho nnd property of his own So he rah little George worked for him and tho sued in which the son stabbed the fnthor It seems to bo generally conceded by money market will prevent thnt It nwny to tho city Ho went into a ship Â¬ other neighboring carpenters At his in tho breast Tho senior Montgomery South Carolina Democrats in Washing not unlikely though that tho roads now ping house ran errands did little jobs leisure ho learned cabinet making At then picked up n shot gun and fired nt ton that Gov Tillmnn will bo scut to tho owners may concludo to extend it noxt One of them Mr Miles W spring I regnrd tho Kontucky Union jib nnd camo out wny abend somehow this he worked and saved money He his assailant wounding him in the left Senate Andrew Cnrnegio hns had n very got his start at th time Chicago wns leg Mr Montgomery reeled back into Blalock says I notico that Speaker nn exceedingly vnlunblo rond It brings strnngo enreer Ho begun upon a small raised n chair nnd died in a few hours The Crisp Senator Gordon nnd Representa into Lexington tho very best and cheapÂ¬ beginning and in a slow business He tive Bourlce Cochran nre reported as in est coal in the mnrket Tho peoplo of It will be remembered that tho Windy son hns not been nrrestcd tending to go to South Carolina to stump Lexington too nro toginniiig to appre was office boy for the Atlantic and Ohio City wns in the mud once The water Simiiyahlo Park Be continually flooded it nnd the land could tho Stnto in the interest of Gen Butler clnto it nnd nro buying it very freely A Telegraph company in Pittsburg tween the times when he was running novcr become very valuable Young E II Cunningham a prominent horso for re election to tho Snnnte If those number of Inrgo contracts havo been re- Â¬ out with messages ho listened to tho Pullman who lived in Chautauqua man nnd breecfor nt Sunnyside Pnrki gentlemen nro wise they will stay out of cently secured hero by our coal people Plenso south Carolina iNo power on earth can click of tho instruments and planned county heard from n Indy visiting tho Nntick Mnss writes ns follows Mr Kean who is an exceedingly affa Â¬ ho would loarn telegraphy tor one uottio ot defeat Gov Tillmans election to the ble gontlemnn wns very much pleased find check for SIou how place that Chicago wns to bo lifted After n timo ho wns put in ns n substi and his ambition wns fired The elder Quinns Ointment This is tho best Senate If any of hi friends should in with the condition of tho car shop in tute operator nnd one day thero enme nn Pullman had pntonted a plan for lifting thing I havo ever used for removing tho hope of serving him go on tho stump this city Ho said to tho reporter that This is the it would only solidify thoTillmnnltes for thoir size the car shops here were offer to bo general manager of tho Pitts buildings without stopping traffic in tho splints nnd other bunches burg oflice of the Pennsylvania Railrond streets or making a litter or injuring the general verdict of tho lending breeders it would be a wnsto of time a fools er- Â¬ tho best arranged and mot complete of Not long How ao got into great financial opera- Â¬ buildings nnd his son had the idea per- Â¬ and horsemen throughout tho United rand and I have no idea thnt tho gentle any south of tho Ohio river is nnother story splints spavins men mentioned are really thinking of ago an entirely new pawwnger train wae But remember fectly For curbs States tions fitted up in these shops and a day or two windpuffs and all bunches it has no such n mission thnt hack of nil the lator successful op- Â¬ PULLMANS FIRST RIO CONTRACT Tho treasury department is preparing ago a passenger engine wblqh had ben Trial pnekago will bo sent to any erations wns the determination which equal Young Pullman went to Chicago got address upon receipt of 25 cents silvor or for the reorganization provided for at tho in a wreck some time ago wae turned made tho little errand boy resolve to ada little ns soon ns he could the contract for raising a whole block of stamps Regular sizo 150 delivered Inst session of Congress It is said that out of the shop as good m neWTraaa- vance tho large number of dismissals to bo oript James G Fair the California million- - buildiugs including a hotel and ho sot Sold by John M Rose Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ OFFICE Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ - bric-a-bra- c Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ 1 4 O I fipiBtiMrnwnw - ww gjgga IPEXOE COOrER s9fese THE FAIR Coutlniiril from Friday lnjy A JUST THINK Ol IT I l J i Bi v though some of the neigh drnwln nigh Last nights entertainment was well bors near Dnysboro were crowded last Sweet iierlntcrspuuklii jilc received by those of our visitors nnd night as a number were seen rising from JJeiul iwlmicin on the rye homo people who aro of a literary turn a straw stack early this morning Ulg fat possums roofltin lilgh I of mind Possibly there was never so CliicWons ftit enough to fry 1 Hello Crowner how is your egg put its mark at the topmost intellectual a gathering in tho Academy Apple citler on the sly I Granny Ian my yaller melt Chapel and it may be truly snid of the bread Sninclc your lijis an wink your eye pinnacle of country journal- Â¬ Think o lull time drawn nigh Dramatic club that each performed his if I dont feel just like a three spike part well and especially may this be buck only I cant jump quite ns far ism and week after week has - Over n thousand- people nt the Fnir said of Hazelrigg and Tom Lykins We Honcyton in The Midnight Julia ycrturdny would gladly welcome the Dramatic club Mistake was made an interesting char labored to reach the goal of acter by Miss Minnie Downing who is Mrs Sainh Mnxoy of Went Liberty in again its ambition Uow thorough- Â¬ one of the hadsomost visitors within our nt the Day JIoiwo Last night a little incident called to n M Tv a piA ily it has accomplished that mind a happening of years ago Old man gates HHonriorHilIofSiilt Lick Ilnth couuty Fields and sons were entertaining tho Say Willie where is thy gun If was nt tho Fair yesterduy Wr fr is told in the hundreds good people of our city with a magic all guns were where yours arc well we task Mfiw UisMid Conlcyt of Wert Liberty lantern show Unfoitunately tho in- Â¬ would not have our peaceful slumbers at of tributes paid it by the press of the country and the warm Â¬ attended the Fair Thursday strument refused to work and after vain night disturbed which wo havo enjoyed Mw Loula PiiTUtt a ulster of Hon Jo attempts to operate it one of tho sons so long hearted testimonials received Kendall to over for the Fair yelled out to his father H pap The wash bowl racket is the com by it from friends in all lands you aint got her sot right Dr W G Carter of West Liberty waa plctcat money making machine ever in- Â¬ 611 tiio Fair grounds yesterday J G Trimble was very much disap vented by man It beats throwing money fl W HMKAJVMrAXL The English damsel in Dev Â¬ pointed at tho display of gallantry on the In your hat on account of twice its size Harlnn Hcnty and Miss Pattio Malum A cvfrv t n wf vXv purt of the young gentlemen riders yes- But suckers will bite onshire the New England left for HenttyvillethiH morning terday For a set of young men in tho While in Chicago Mr Ohas L Kidder Charley Card t ell was at tho Fair yes- Â¬ bloom of youth to deliberately refuse to maiden of Maine the sun clad a prominent shoe merchant of Dcs terday He wu h u popular judge compote with an ex mountaineer of 70 Moines Iowa had quite a serious time lass of California the semi To Taulbee tliccliahipion young orator years is a very uugallant act if not a of it Ho took such n severe cold that cowardly one Mr Trjmblo is indeed n he could hardly talk or navigate but tho ol the mountains is ovor for the Fair tropical creole of Louisiana fine horsonian in every sense of the word prompt use of Chamberlains Cough Miss Nannie Diyt of West Liberty Remedy cured him of his cold so quickly and last but not least our own Vest Norman found lying in tho road that others at the hotel who had bad was ovor to attend the Fair Thursday colds followed his example and half a nbovo town a copper head snake about SJfa mountain pinks all indeed fchedpjdcm woud inakoa fino hunting dozen persons ordered it from tho nearthree feet long Somo ono had broko est drug storo They were profuse in i 1 f horse Ho is a good you trailer iA vf his back and left him in perpetual strik- Â¬ their thanks to Mr Kahler for telling who con thc contents of its know FrbKQl them how to cure a bad cold sb quickly ing Mr Norman complied with the Mra N V Wonuick and son wcro ovcj divine injunction Thou shalt bruise tho For sale by J M Hose pages week after week sing THROUCH THE yesterday for tho Fair and entertain Â¬ sorpents head with thy heel and left COUNTERFEITER ARRESTED the same son of love Nor ment him to breath his last Mnrnlml Uynl rtwxlH Hill Smith In Jul nt Miss Florence Rose riMorgan beauty is this all A Erench humor A number of the visitors after tho enJnekfton ADVERTISING COLUMNS was in the audience at tho Academy last tertainment last night repaired to Dock Deputy Marshal W A Byrd of Jack- Â¬ night Perkins whore they tripped tho light son has been attending tho Fair during ist traveling in America at- Â¬ Poat Hoy haH lost to somo extent his fantastic too forn couple of hours The this week and at the same timo doing popularity but ho has never lost a blue W M 0 B mado tho music and their somo very effective work for Uncle Sams tracted by a perusal of its string waltzes were especially fine and ono in secret service Forn month past conn pages draws a pen picture of which yo editor drowned his cares torfit nickels quarters and half dollars W T Colvin ono of Morgans most ex- Â¬ its multi merits in his own cellent young men was nt tho Fair yes T T Trimble G Trimble W II have been in circulation pretty freely be tcrday McGraw Misses Hello Colo nnd B B tween this point and Bloomington in language and thus it reaches Magoffin county J W Sweeney of tho Galen Howard of Salyorsvillc says Trimble Jo Hizer Andrew Hughes Tom Seerot Service has been working up the every home in the vine clad this the Fair is tho largest 4th July he Bailey Dug Catron Billy Cornett Arch Miller and Sheridan Miller all of Trim- Â¬ caso for some time but failed to get any oversaw So popular ble Bond Moinfco couuty took in the of the parties engaged in the work and hills of France Harry Jones and John Miller of West Fair Thursday some days ago he placed warrants in the Liberty woro over for the entertainment Jonathan and hands of Marshal Byrd with the result was the story Deputy Marshal Ike McGuiro met that the latter gentleman on Wednesday lust night that it was with an accident yesterday while pass morning arrested Bill Smith one of the His Continent Hon G DSwangowas on the grounds ing a grocery store he was struck on the parties charged with uttering and pass Ho will remain over for a yesterday translated into every toimue head with an oyster can inflicting an ing the counterfeit coin Smith has week or so ugly wound which bled profusely Dr served timo in the pen for stealing a cow spoken by man Hence from Friends and patrons next year wo Taulbce treated him and he is doing well and is thought he there learned it that will have a city sprinkler for tho track Miss Hattio Colo who played tho part the secret of making the molds and the hemisphere to hemisphere and and streets of Evalena Sloan in Tho Midnight coin and that since his release from the from pole to pole Miss Maud Merry ono of the most Mistake last night is as pretty a pic pen a year or so ago ho has boon en Â¬ charming girls of Morgan was at tho ture and as cuto a littlo trick as ever gaged in this business Marshall Byrd tripped to tho foot lights Sho played placed his prisoner in the Jackson Fair yesterday jail and returned here Thursday morn Mr and Mrs 11 0 Wood and daugji- - her part beautifully of Hazel Green is a household ter of Helena Mason county wore at tho Undo Pros Trimble says that sotting ing to look after other violators of the revenue law 7 on the fenco on his hill side and watch- Â¬ Fair yesterday iffII word Thus it is also a ne- Â¬ ing tho races from tho outsido is tho only Put Out In JilHt Ton Seocimln Jaspor Johnson one of Floyd countys Our citizens s cessity to the wide awake bus- Â¬ fas best citizens is enjoying the sights and privilege a poor devil can get at tho Fair thrco hundred to the number of two or gathered on the burnt and that ho regrets very much to deprive tho Fair this week district hero on last Monday afternoon iness man and all who desire them of it at two oclock to witness the exhibition Green Horry Lykins of Canoy was at Tin IlrRAin man had a pleasant made by the Cincinnati Tin and Japan to tickle trade the Fnir yesterday they may interviow with the celebrated Wells Fire Extinguisher Co The test was given under tho personal supervision of Did I hear somo ono say that tho Fair family yesterday This fill their coffers with cash household con Mr Herman B Wells president of the Poor follow I What sists of twin husbands was not a success twin wives and company of Cincinnati and Air W V fool somo mortals be have their advertisements dis Â¬ two sets of twin babies each and all red Snyder the local agent of Georgetown Ohio and was satisfactory in every -Jt-JM1 Miss Fannio Forn Filson ono of West headed played in its columns from respect clearly demonstrating tho Stem Libertys handsomest young ladies was pie Extinguisher to bo ono of the best Tho cause of Tin Daily ITkkatd not nt tho Fair yesterday methods yot time to time Wo might go appearing earlier was the sudden illness controlling ofdevised or invented for tho fire Miss Barbnra Lykins a highly accom- of Alpha Crislip ono of tho compositors A structure of pino boards was built plished young lady of West Liberty was Ho is resting somowhat easier and wo aim aner neiim thoroughly saturated with coal oil a match was applied Tho i-q in tho city yesterday vr trust will fcoou bo at his caso again extinguisher was then turned on and tho James Lacy ono of tho most ontorpri Republican Its wonderful how Hop- - tiro put out m about ten hccouds All on and tell of other qualities sing citizens of ICustorn Kentucky was kins can talk Domocrat win witnovsed the test were thoroughly Yes I havo satisfied that the Stemplo will do at tho Fair yesterday heard it said that ho could actually moro than is claimed for it Theall and it possesses but modesty for Â¬ head S S Combs of Campton was at tho bring tears to tho eyes of a full grown quarters of tho company aro S E Cor bids Suffice to say it is to Sycamore and Canal Sts Cincinnati Fair yesterday It is said that ho smiled potato Thoy parted in silence Winchester Ohio Herald very sweetly on a visitor Squiro Pottor Dufl of St Helens is Simxciii Cooith Hazel Green Ky newspaperdom what Domino Judge A J McKomde Democratic taking in tho Fair very largely He is Agent for Wolfo and Morgan counties is to the turf world King nominee of Morgan for County Judge a great admirer of fast horses and his Murtloroii Aftiiult Oiiu lrimlm Mini was at tho Fair yesterday quaint wit heads any Punch and Judy op qlass At Oil Springs in Mngollin show that ovor wont on tho road Miss Lucy Noil and Gracy Cartmcll county whilo Edward B Arms A few more subscriptions two Wost Liborty beauties aro being Did wo ovor get loft Well I should was lying almost lifeloss with much admired at the Fair Hon Colwoll a stalwart will bo taken at 1 not rido nt tho Fnir Tho Daily Hnit whisky a year and wife of West Lib ALD may not got there horso back but young man puuncod upon him IV DrL D Carter and r iq iVStsi i f P ft orty ro registered at tho Day House in tho raco for famo and fortuno we with a Inrgo knifo and brutally out a limited number of advertise Â¬ him almost sorving his noso from will hold tho pig fckin down nd aro taking in the Fair his faco and inflicting sovornl othor ments at reasonable rates The bald headed row was well filled Monroe Nickell a bright young Mor Â¬ dangorous wounds Arms was still COOPER night Hon Milt linger and Judgo gan county school teacher is taking in living at last accouuts Colwoll tho sights of tho mountain city Bcknr hold down the ends mado his osonpo flirfcahor CnmlW YIMT 0U tllC Iair grounds again yesterday and scorned in Editor a very happy frame of mind Indeed ho thinks ho has his race for Sheriff as good as won and it is moro than probable that ho has if all Democrats vote for him This ho is entitled to ns ho is a staunch Democrat and always contributes both his time and means to tho success of his party Never to our knowledge has he failed to stand in for the nominees of tho party nnd the party should stand in for him No man can doubt his qualifica tions as he has been Deputy Sheriff and filled tho bill to a Queens taste and he is further honest courageous and accom Â¬ modating Â¬ Mi3 Minnie Day won a fino water- Â¬ melon yesterday from Judge Centres Miss Laura Rawlins didnt help cat it Miss Vina Poynter of Montgomery county an old student of the Academy and a very handsome young lady is the guest of Mrs W AT THE TOP AnclStill Climbing v a II Cord Miss Lizzie Cox sat on tho top scat of tho amphitheatre yesterday and was much admired for her sweet face and charming manners ON J WFTSMi f BiSW Never content to keep com- Â¬ pany with the slow pace set by its country cousins though always in sympathy with ei John R Hobbs of Campton the Dem ocratic nominee for Jailor was in town yesterday taking in the Fnir and shaking hands with the dear people Think o fnll time l It Beems an jytiit THE HERALD - for aa pinthe Â¬ tffsQO V Â¬ P Â¬ 1 1 I Vmml ifM1 y vMy 1 Â¬ HERALDS 1 Â¬ Â¬ SlL Â¬ THE HERALD JSfa that i- Â¬ kfK55fA5SEx5 Â¬ v Bkr its i T It it SPENCEll Hazel Green Ky - r JWf fr BiMM5iJWrj-j-- rf TBBfcrlMMjbBSiiiRi j m h iJ tSHB3MSIwi y E3Eig fc LJSfg 41 rB TMBTfTfTTWlTllfMWinTrTITMiWI II HHUllWIJWlJ UUJ Ml NOVEL WATER POWER THEIR PLOT OVERHEARD 1 is the in von lor of a romarkahlo convicts at tho nonitontiarv to kill SllDDlanted bv thp Npw I machino which compolont judgos tho guards and oscapo was frus- - From K Prfdrifnir FIHr U F rhumb say will work a revolution in iimk-- tratedby Warden George overhear- - i V M iyBK ii rrinAi Icniior i Yi Sir iui muunruijusbl power n i1 nig wio pioiiors tiuring uioir Bovcral yoursiV mr sovoro 1 V Huucrcu lor my uvuuuuiu 11 tuiiuiv in iuuruuuni from a cough accompa- all points along rivers Mr Gard Â¬ conversation Tno men involv- Â¬ DC ners invention is intended to uti ed included tho Hatfiold-Mc-Co- y NIGHT SWEATS BILIOUSNESS lizo tho force of a river ct rontand gang Jason Little Goorgo Impaired AVrrc nnrl OcncraWebtlUy Nothing Induce a water power on naviga- West Wick Tallont Hackonheimor brouirit rpllef until sbo began tho usoofyour liinoii linn Liivor ltctmuiv mill Nnrvn ble- streams without damming McCoy Cook and about a dozen Four bottlos restored her to her usual health ours truly A J ilEUOUANT It consists of a revolving rosor- - others voir rotated by tho current of tho It was their purpose to mako tho Dr Fcnncrs stroam upon the paddles Tho attempt last week as tho guards and and Ncrvo TonicBlood and Liver Rcmcdj never falls reservoir is suppliod with spirals prisoners wore going to suppor It is a or dips that radiate from tho hol- Â¬ With four largo knives made from lIno Alterative Ncrvo Tonic and lie low axlo or cylindor to tho pori- - files ground to a keen edge and etoratlvo Compound Cures biliousness headaches constipapnurui upuuiugs wnicn 111 rovoiv point thov intonded to kill their tion dyspepsia Irritability sleeplessness ing dip a given quantity of wator shop guards Tanner and Ireland XU This gradually rises from tho take their weapons kill the gato tho blues swelled glands All stream to the hollow axle which guard on the wall between tho scrofulablood Impurities skin dlseascr ague dizziness 4dull WAGON MAKER is provided with trravitv va ves maloand femalo yards and mako tired stomach and bowel and achy1 BLACKSMITH AND disorders Â¬ that open and close at each revolu- their escape by passing over tho blotches pimples moth syphilis tion of tho reservoir Tho spirals wall Kv Impairment of nerves offensive breath aro so arranged that tho ascending The Warden placod tho plotters It docs theso groat cures becauso h Ism water from tho stream to the cylin- Â¬ in irons and in separate cells All physics from tho blood liver and tissues ashes and debris bolioving tho all the Impurities dor is nearly under tho center of soon confessed each tho axlo to avoid the weight of others to bo traitors except Wick as It were Without weakening but all tho wblit wator and lesson the leverage Tallont who hold out for thirty strengthening Instead which is more readily overcome by hours before ho revealed the hiding It causes tho Liver to throw off Its Bile tlio curront paddles on the circum place of the knives It cleans out tho entire alimentary canal ference of tho reservoir Water stomach and bowels alike ridding them of Why Wheat Is Jow can bo raised to any given head to all effete offensive and slimy mucus Because of world wide produc- Â¬ worms and other vermin supply a turbino wheel from ton to Restoring sleep appetite flesh strength a thousand horse power The tion comfoit freshness and bloom In a word Â¬ whole is placed on a boat incluBecause tho supply exceeds the health ding reservoir turbine wheel shaft- Â¬ demand Including self polso to the nervous sys ing dynamos in fact everything Jiecauso of an immonso surplus tern and both sweetness of breath and dispertaining to the plant making a for which there is no market position -coinploto floating battery of power It Is speedy In Its action Improvement Because it can be grown and zr r t fciTi As tho river rises and falls the bat- Â¬ marketed much cheaper than for- Â¬ beginning as soon as tho first dose Is swal- whi tery follows lowed merly And as certain as tho lawof gravitation THIS JS THE KIND OF WAGON BVlLD The chief points of advantage Because increased transportation Note tho high standard of testimonials claimed for this machine are these CAIA AND OrET PKTCES In circular at druc stores und around As tlio stream rises tho plant rises facilities havo lessened the cost of bottles ES3 cannot be submerged by overflow marketing Thoy aro such as only the highest order Because abig new crop has jut or merit could command voluntary no dam to be washed away no ox i offer been harvested added to the enor Â¬ ings from tho cottago princely palaces pensive steafii ongine and engineer and offices of State with their demands for coal oil mous surplus dialkh in VJ r tM wator repairs wlncli is an every Â¬ sown Recording cures of cases more grave and Because tho acreage Ti3 MMltfrfcPsfl irifM w afc PTis m kV requirement but simply a wheat increases year by year as complicated than over hertoforo success day fully reached by medicine watchman to superintend a plant the country develops Satisfaction guaranteed Sample Free CAMPTON KENTUCKY from ono hundred to a thousand Bfcauso the perfection of farm MoUiuia One fourth of all tho children boru thp Liulius of Wolfe and the surrounding country to call and see tlnux vesifNVITKS horse power Tho capacity is from machinery has lessened tho cost of die within tho first vear Savo your child by Oj liniuUomulhienrSrMMKIl DKfXS OOJS he has just received iiiclmliiiff keeping Its stomach and bowew healthy hy ono hundred to eighty millions of its production Is jo an me lashionnoie tabrics and raris patterns and prints bostu s an endlus tho use of pr Konncrs Sennatorla tho gallons per day requiring very lit- Â¬ variety of Notions incliidiiig all of the latest styles in Laics Ribhoiif Avt Ac He Because railroads now reach all best child laxative and corrective Kuonn also carries a large line of clienp niedtutn and high grade tle attention to operate it tho y4jeat producing districts of Dr Fonnors Soothing Syrup Tho inventor Mr IF GGardner the cjuntry Because of foreign Allays Irritation and gives refreshing sleep having spent tho last throo years competition lie is selling ar lower prices than anybody Purchase of him mid wive- money X Dr Fonnors Worm Syrup Hrought 150 Lwhieh in experimenting and perfecting worms fiom our child MrsbherlckElfiJaO Because of the financial depres this novel invention now places it r miu wypr unr wwuwi sion in various countries winch DrFennersFAMiivfSaltKheunOOIntment bJforo the public and the world prevents the average consumption Uest for skin eruptions 1llod botes Cutsetc generally for its adoption ho hav Â¬ a MM MM MM WHEN YOU WAHT A WATCH J or silo bv John M rs Lou Iloie ami ing secured letters patent in the of wheat products aia a a a a a a a a aaaaja at caaa a a Day Ifaol Green Ky Because this country as well as Great Or anything 111 tho following countries viz Â¬ others has been undergoing a pro Â¬ Jewelry lino Jot mo Britain Germany France Belknow it I will fur Â¬ gium United Plate and Canada cess of liquidation for th past Iho Parisian Academy of Inventors year a repetition of thoiistiry of nish you goods worlh lie memorable years of 1837 1S57 tho monoy nnd YOU unsolicited having conferred on will have ouauaNtki him the title of Member of Honor and 1S93 at homo whore you with award of first class diploma Because India Russia and Arge can use it and gold medal A company to tino can raise and market wheat 111 oporato this invention under the ICuropo more cheaply than we can DEALEKS TN e fR tHUSPR Respectfully MM fiZdV United States patent has been or Â¬ on account of tho lower price of W m Mv f 1 m T p riARp ganized in Nashville This com labor and tho smaller living neces Â¬ a pany is preparing plans for an irri- Â¬ sity of tho laborers gation plant to bo landed at Judith Because tho railroad extensions Mont to raise wator twenty feet in the above countries during the I PlIPPJIl KZKJi JlorKfin County Ivy with a capacity of 541900s gallons last few vears has opened up vast per day Mr Gardner says he wheat productive territory that PJIILLirS would beKfirst to knock at the door was never before in communica WITH of our centennial for exhibiting tion with tho worlds market space or in other words consider W M KERR 80 CO Tho above aro a few of Iho reas PUREST application already filed his ons wny tno prico 01 wnoai does lomiicics ik Nashville Banner not advance and why it will not Hardware Agricultural Implements UN illfi At Cost Mrs FN Duy will do so for a long time to come The her entire lino of summer rocent decline in the price of wheat LESS TM close out I RONTON 0 AH HALF hats and trimmings at less than is sufliciont proof of the sound Â¬ BRANDS cost rather than carry them over ness of tho above arguments why and now is your chance to buy it does not advance Thoso roasons POUNDS20 Ladios trimmed hats are not theoretical but plain cold bargains QUARTERS54 can now bo had at from 50 to facts of which every reading man J is well aware Atlanta Herald 150 Give her a call SOLD IN CANS ONLY 1 1 1 1 Tlio Invention of u Nunlivlllo Man Which Muriloron DohIrii of Convict to Kacnpo Claim to Mlnlmlro tho Iliwor font Front tlio Frankfort Prison Mr II C Gnrdnor of this city A plot of a dozen or moro lifo Old and Slow XYlCLIIUU5 O 1 1 1 Y ti Sarsnparllln-Mandrako-Prlnc- ej Â¬ JTOHN 1 1 l I Hazel Green Â¬ Â¬ V Â¬ asti51fe J--- - n- - iw z- - m j- ri mr oofrwomw cww Â¬ GEORGE W BOBINSON ooofre l Â¬ Jijrjf mwMm vi JwfclPlE i m iiiHiiisiiiiifiiiiaiiiiw m - m H m m i 1 0 Â¬ 3r PIC I Â¬ AND BEST THE-PRICE-OFOTHE- at irtii AND ir Alcohol iiH 11 1oIhoii Wo mans try it upon tho lining of a living Again it poisons il stomach producos in regular stages rod- doss intonso congestion niornm secretions doopor liurr destruction tudy its of parts utter ruin th and influonco upon tho cnlrliir of sailors stronuth to freeze them in and flnd it helps tho arlic regions and exhaust thorn i 4ln rtriVa Wn wntnli tun rmr imonts on a long march in India u Mjfiwnf ii LM1U iiJiu uuiii HIUI illin tu imiin to tho conclu grog and are driven sion thatovon modoruto quantities of alcohol weaken the musclos and broak endurance Wo visit tho training grounds of oarsjnen jied estrains and prize fightors and learn ovorywhoro tho samo loason alcohol is a poison to musclo nnd brain Dio Lowis i put a drop of alcohol into a oyo It poisons him Wo Killed tho lSuhy Wo study aftor death tho stomachs of drinking mon and find alcohol j a sixteen year old boy is confined in the county jail for tho murdor of a tliroo yoar old baby of Uncle Gum Mr Gum had conio to Beattyvillo and loft the baby in tho caro of Dillard Gum In tho oxamining trial two womon tostihod that thoy had seen Dillard ducking tlio baby in Walkers Crook it out of un mu mn nm tho wator What subsoquoiitly hap- ned noone knows but Mr Buck Gum Sr hearing the bell ringing Dillard Gun Tart aB He y rl t aife flH0BBftjr WV1lllla9aWPal -- tk WOllt tO tllO IIOUSO Illlil I0UIH1 UIO bono nearly body broken Dillard Gum in its said that the child had fallen oil tho porch but afterwards claimod that it Ml out of a window His FOR bail was ixod at 1000 which he Enterprise was unablo to give I1 1 CAN 1 OIITAIN A PATENT For a promnt nnsnor and un liotion opinion write to M IJ N A CO who hnvo lind nonrly Mftr Tears oxporlenoo In tlio Pltont business founiunlco tlona strictly conflrtentlnl A Ilniullioiik of In rormntlon conounilne latcntH and uoir to obÂ¬ tain tlioin emit frco Aleo a ciitaloRUo of median Icil nnd BCli ntltlo books rent frco Co rccclvo Iatonta taken through Blntin bpociui noticointno Mlitniiiio Aiiiorlran nna 1 113 nro brought wldnly boforotho public with out cost to tho Invititor This plcndtil pnper BtiMl wookly olecuntljr llluntrntoil hiu by fur tlio iorcesi riruuiniion or anv eciuntinc work In tlio world St n year baiinno copies iont frco Ilulldlnu Ktlltlou moiulily KiiOn your Slnlo copies ccnu Krcrr number contains btuu- 1 f plates In colon and inoiounipim of now intups nun plans onnuiinir DuiKiun to show tlio latent uesmns nnu nocuru contrncis Auuron MUNN X CO- - NVW YOUK UIJl UllUAUWAT 11 11 1 r COPYRIGHTS Live Stock SEND FIFTY CENTS Country rOR A TRIAL MONTHS BUB6CBIPTIOM TO THC Produce fr D0NT FORGET THE PLACE Louisville Times -THC anlOHTCBT AHB BC8T ArTCRMOON TAPER IN THC SOUTH Ji Latest Market Quotations Latest State News All the Local News Complete Press Reports CIRCULATION IN THE SOUTH AND OVER DAILY LARGEST I H Green and will bo found at tho store of John M Rose DrLiur vour watches and lino ihwoI- l rnlSn TT lnt liiHwlfintm mi V f i lJ hy buying a box of Megrimuic ntfl t have worknmn uul gttrnn wil only i od in Hazel J r Ifavons jowolor has locat- - PMKTING -- No 1 Custom House Block CJO 30000 Or OEJITSI A 500 a OATAIOOIUM ailNIJTKS i I iiTTiu inAis f tiiiitn liH 1 Ail tiling that up Mil fink iiiid imjior 11 ran ho in 11 at HAZEL GREEN ICY Yr JVtOISCXJKI by Mall il JNO A HALDEMANi Bin Manamr 808 roURTH AVCNUC LOUISVILLE KBNTUOKY 4 50 IlRKAWi liircents auu is nice It oobtifto sold on a poiitivo guar- - i u H vwu mn VTHE HERALD OFFICE KV it uyiy pricos u UAZKf GUKISN f y Elsowhoro wo publish n htuul somo tributo to tho momory of an ftntxosR OOOPKR Editor old printor friend of ours Saniuol II Gist which enmo to us by tho morost ncoidont and wo can clieor xvETjC fully ondorso nil tho Ago Horn hi JVAJMUrc says of him Tho doconsed was a co laborer with tho oditor of this papor somq twonty fouror twonty fivo years ngo at Water Valloy Miss and in lifo was all tiiat our HAZEL GREEN KY TimnaPAY Sopt 13 1804 ostoomod contoniporary pictures E7aER aRSlCJbS Floral llnll Yesterday when thoy tied the blue ribbon on Charley Sample Iribli potn toes great tears entiio in their eyes and then Bank Johnsons onions raised a smell because they got n utring By that timo Jo Roses boots were red in the face and Levi Kadis cabbago bad the big bead because 11 R Nickell bad the premium honey comb for bis curly locks Then J IKing was squashed with a bluo string when Lizzie Roses bread became very light and had to bo but- Â¬ tered by Mrs Godsoy before Jell Rose could turn his cano to sugar and put it Then Mrs in Cliarly Samples gourd cakes bad a Oodscy and Mrs Cravens sham pillow fight for Miss Ava Swnngo when Miss Rose Subletts patch work settled matters on Caroline Littles quilt Then tho Judges pulled off their coats all but the lady Judge She untied her bonnet string and took ol her gloves Boon Byrd was the first to come forward He dropped an apple on Jen Roses corn and Vest Norman simply raised tomatoes Jo Roses wheat got in tho half bushel when Charley Samples millet raised its head above Billy Swan After Sallie Rice passed gos oats around the grape John Rose injected musk in a melon which caused Mrs V N Days tucking to rufllo up considerably At this stage of the game Ock Cecil locked the door and cramed everybody full of his sweet potatoes Not satisfied at that he poked beans up tiicir noses and consequently some of our visitors were overcome Verily it was a gala day Â¬ mtmm fc Vk1S t I- - him DEM00RATIC TICKET 1 For Congress Short Term Of Olnrk County Hon W M BECKNER For Congress Long Term Of Floyd County Hon JO M KENDALL For County Judge 0 T CENTER For County Attorney A County Ticket ii r II STAMPER For County Clerk J B IIOLLON For Shorifr A T COMHS M Judgo G B Swnngo Begistor of tho Land Oflico and candidate for ro oloction arrived hero in time to tnko in tho two last days of tho Fair last week and ho camo diroct from Russollvillo wlioro ho at Â¬ tended tho reunion of the Orphan Brigade tho first part of tho wook IIo says tho mooting of tho Old Confederates was a grand success and that ho novor saw such enthu Â¬ siasm and hospitality as that man Â¬ ifested by tho pooplo of Russoll- Â¬ villo Tho crowd was estimated al full 10000 and tho dinnorall that heart could wiali in quality while tho quantity was sufficient and in abundance Judgo Swnngo says ho feols under ospocial obligations to Mrs Gen Briggs and hor hand sonio daughter Miss Briggs who treated him to one of tho finost din- Â¬ ERE ners ovor sot at a barbecue Groat Diphtheria has again broken out in praiso is duo tho pooplo generally Frankfort and ten cases were reported for tho handsome way thoy ontor Monday tainod and ho says ho novor saw a The State Convention of the Catholic Knights of America convened at Lexmore ordorly crowd When in Lexington call on L G STRAUS Leading Clothiers who carry a larger line of CLOTHING and sell for less money than any house in the bluegrass capital A Watch free with every purchase of 5 or over Â¬ Â¬ YOUIJjFINDTfH fl Â¬ i i For Assessor For Jnllor JEFF ROSE JOHN R HOBBS For Coroner JAMES PELFRY t i l Our mountain friends nood not foar tho rosult in Clark Tho Dom crata promise to give an inoroasod majority for Kendall and Booknor Winohostor Democrat Spencer Coopor of tho Hazel Gheen Heham with that tiroloss ontorpriao for which ho is noted ianuod a bright daily odition dur- Â¬ ing the Fair at that place last wook It was tho first daily over printod in tho mountains of East urn Kentucky Winchester Demo Â¬ II crat Evil nows ridospont whilogood Tho truth of tho first nowa baits part of this quotation may bovori fiod in tho fact that tho nows that Bowles had boltod was soon in every papor in tho State and tho tar Â¬ diness with which the lie will be corrected will prove out tho lattor Â¬ n i part W M Tho sugar planters of Louisiana in oonvontion at Now Orloana last wook unanimously decided to bolt tho Democratic tiokot and support thoKopublican candidates for Con gross which will rosult in tho elec Â¬ tion of throo Republican Congress Â¬ men porhaps How much better aro thoy than tho voto sollor Tho Stoubonvillo Ohio 14fty Globe of rocont date among liumborloss othor papora paya The Satur- - Somo time ago wo mentioned Hon 0 C Bowlosof Piko county as our choico for Govornor of Ken- Â¬ tucky Othor papers in tho Stato havo since takon us to task for es Â¬ pousing tho cause of a man who had proven a traitor to tho party and was oven thon making spoeches for Mr Hopkins tho rovorontial Republican roostor who aspiros to a soat in Congress from this dis- Â¬ trict Wo did not boliovo a word of tho allogod alionation and con cluded that wo would bide our timo and bo able to dony in emphatic tonus tho chargo that ho was a traitor Our opportunity has come Mr Tom Wolls of Morgun county himself a Democrat upon whom thoro aro no flies was in Pike county last wotdt and had a long talk with Mr Bowlos and thatgon tleman told him that tho report that ho had turned Republican and was making spoechos for Hopkins was a lio manufactured of whole cloth Ho is for Bockner Kendall and all of the tiokot and working for tho success of the party every day This nails tholinotVoctually and wo do hopo tho Courior- - Jour Â¬ nal and all othor papors in tho Stato which published his desertion from tho Democratic party will as ington Tuesday Matthew Whaley a professional witness against illicit distillers was shot and killed near Widowa Alabama Sunday Â¬ readily publish this correction Thin little occurrence has only strongthonod Mr Bowles with us and wo boliovo that when tho State Convention meets ho will bo tho nominoo of the Democratic party for Governor i A On wul lutur Of Hoods Sarsaparilla is that whilo it purities the blood and sends it coursing Wo aoknowlodgo tho rocipt of The through the veins full of richness ami Daily IIkkatj a papor just issued health it also imparts now lifo and vigor of Hence rRt Hazol Groon Wolfo county Ky to ovory functionoften tho body Hoods the expression so heard Tt is a bright Sarsaparilla made a now person of me by Sponcor Cooper ehoot and cant holp but bo popular It overcomes that tired feeling so com mon now with tho roadors of Hazel Groon Boons Pi M8 are purely vegetable Perfectly harmless always reliable ami Tho Seventh District Democratic beneficial IIkhald tho following compiimont Â¬ I- - r HE s - ivK Committoo has ruled that all who vote in tho primary on Saturday next must swear to support tho This is a time honorod nominoo praotico in tho Domocratic party and why any man should hositato about subscribing to such an oath If a is pasj our comprehension Republican boforo or after tho pri Â¬ mary a man has no right topartio jpato in tho oonvontion and tho man who refusoa to comply with tli rulings virtually admits that 1m la of that stripe Warrants brve been sworn out for the arrest of tho Governor Treasurer and Auditor of Mississippi charging them with violation of tho Federal statutes in issuingspocinl warrants last Juno charged to be in the similitude of United States currency Irving V Larimore physical director of Y M O A Des MoinoH Iowa says no can conscientiously recommend Cham berlains Pain Balm to atbletesgymnasts bicyclists foot ball players and tho pro fession in general for bruises sprains and dislocations also for soreness and still noss of tho muscles Whon applied boforo tho parts become swollen it will effect a euro in one half the time usually required For snlo by J M Rose Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ present All the glass factories of New Jersey resumed business this week and this is taken as a sure indication of better times Let em come W T Collins Co general storekeepers at St Petersburg Pa were on Sat urday night robbed of 70000 in bonds notes and cash WHOLESALE ONLY Twenty acres in the heart of tho village or Dalton Ohio were devastated by fire 137 139 Ohio early Monday morning Fifty houses were destroyed Henry Smith charged with the murder Biu Drives in of his wife at Henderson has been cap tured in Illinois and will bo returned to Kentucky for trial r Q 3 Maine went Republican Monday in her State and Congressional election and Sond for our Price Tom Reed is returned to Congress bv about 10000 plurality uy 04444 A sneak thief entered tho house of Maj Burchett at Louisa and took every Â¬ YOU thing belonging to the ex United States want to learn IT CURES DISEASE Marshall that wasnt nailed down At the Orphan Brigado reunion at TELEGRAPHY Russellvillo last week nearly 000 was liwJMfs o nz y and become raised for the erection of a monument to The Electropoiso gave mo complete relief a competent the memory of Uon Roger W Hanson from excruciating pain in three applica Â¬ Hejamin Woolen of Stonewall Scott tions I also find TELEGRAPH it good for treating ehil county is dead at tho remarkablo ago of C T 00 years Re retained his faculties to tire n for their numerous ailments OPERATOR tho last and walked five miles only a Soilen with IJritlgofortl Co Louisville few days before r Writc Ky MfciA Judge Cantrill of the Franklin CirMr G V Flint of Skylisjht Ky says 0 cuit Court on Monday adjourned court I sulleretl for 9 rAiJMtJTUN KY ycais with my kidneys in until next Monday on account of the lamination of the bladder and enlargement Breckinridge won-Sottlo primary that cf tho prostrate gland After a short trial comes oflSaturday A resolution reducing the terms of of the Kleetropoise I am entirely relieved Governor and Lieutenant Governor to and feel twenty years younger two years has been adopted by tho New I have derived more benefit from the use York Constitutional Convention in Com- Â¬ of Kleetropoiso than from all other remedies mittee of tho Whole fttffo rVfl f TO9MW Mfa Tom Osborne and Marcus Murphy two combined J think it the grandest inven Warren county fanners had a desperate tion ol the age It cannot hu praised too duel with knives on Monday Pigs caused highly Mrs M K Gorman badieville tho trouble and it is probable that both Ky will die from their wounds John H Davis Esq of Harhoursvillc Postmaster D C Lisle of Winchester iv ino hlectropoiso U the best all round has been instructed by the Civil Service doctor I know of My wife sutlered from Opera House Commission of Washington to nominate Block three suitable persons For a local board the eflects of lagrippo for several years nNo of examiners at Winchester u complication of other nilmeuts LEXIjtGT0jSt ICY Now she Thrco noted crooks Frank Myers is entirely well Indigestion bothered me a Cincinnati J N Fitcorald Indinmum great deal am now well One of mv neigh lis and Charles West Toledo aro in jull bors is A new and carefully select- Â¬ using it for lung trouble and reports at Lexington Thoy wero caught with a improvement full burglar outfit in possession ed Stock of the As a curative agent tho Kleetropoiso Bridget Ionium known as tho Queen can t be cpaled of tho Gypsies in America died at their Nearly 1000 have heen camp near Cincinnati on Monday aged put out from this ollioe in the last three 8r years She will be succoeded by her months son Hartley Gorman under a regency DU HOIS t WKIIB Tho Grand Army is in reunion at m tb Avenue Lnuhvillo Ky and Pittsburg this week and delegates from prices defy compe- Â¬ the South and West aro using every effort tition IDINGFELDER and see us to havo tho next encampment at Louis- Â¬ WITH ville If the Falls Citv nets itsho will Respectfully give the veterans a handsome welcome D Mrs MAGGIE HOWARD Tho continued and undiminished flow of a recently bored well on tho farm of HHARLES UIIL Importers und Jobbers ol Adam Ilarthill near Fairmount Ky wvrn convinces tho people of that section that they havo a very lino illuminating DRY GOODS AND NOTIOk gas Co lho well is only 202 feet and tho gas burns brilliantly It may bo piped Nos 537 C39 and 611- WHOLESALE to Louisville n distanco of only 12 or 16 West Main Streot uiues Â¬ night The Kentucky Conference of tho M K Church South convened at Frankfort Wednesday About 200 delegates were Â¬ MERCHAOTSttJOBtttOTttHOUSE and Race Street m Cincinnati Â¬ CfcQTmff SH03S HATS ListjJ If ELECTROPOfiSE WHo IF Wfl 1 Â¬ -O- S7is mv 4toKWyH4to4e4 immmmT STORE H rl MESJ STYLES at that isrcomo m JJBflIliHS0H0I0ilC0 Jm S REED PEEBLES PORTSMOUTH O LOUISVILLE KY Dry Goods Notions 9k ISSEin A -t- - - 1 r- WtiV11 v J s yjj t rr Eighteen young fqlk of our town vis ited tho Swango Springs Sunday after- Â¬ 1 noon and if you dont think nny body For Sheriff 12 W SHORT STREET LEXINGTON KY We nro authorized to announce SAM got left just ask Crisllpand Havens why Motile to order at all hour IPGT Rogulnr Monls 25 conta Breakfast from 5 to 9 a m IIKNHY WILSON ns n cnntlidntoror shcrttl tliey hid behind an umbrella of Wolfe county sulijeot only to the will of 10 a 111 to 8 p m Supper from 5 to 0 p m the people at the polls In November 1R91 T J Prewitt representing the Carter Â¬ 7 A - O I Dinato from vt rt tho good things it contains You should read ovary articlo 01 each ot You will find all tho IjHio oight pagos Nrocal nows that way 8ili5 is fHteTIHS PAPER you all homo want all print and if FiAP Albright the life insurance agent is registered at the Day House Tom Wells a commercial tourist was registered at the Day House Wednesday Swango licratt havo a nice bunch of cattle for he Mt Sterling market next Monday A drove of nice cattle from some of the upper counties passed through town Dry Goods Company of Louisville was a guest of the Day House this week and made a business trip to Lee City today Barney Rarringer is now traveling in Ohio Hon G B Swango Register of the Land Office is officially announced ns a candidato for re election to tho place ho Judge Swango was elected now holds at the last general state election defeat Â¬ ing Col Tom Corbott nnd a lift of other candidates So far he has no opposition Carlisle Mer- Â¬ and is not likely to have Oysters Lamb Fries Fish and Chicken a Specialty COTS SHJMEMJKflCi Wxjwlmmi - Noah the colored driver got off a good thing at our Fair last week Some 0110 had chipped a pieco out of one of tho wheels of his sulky nnd he claimed a foul As the judges thought he had also acted badly they refused to listen to his appeal and Noah said Doy didnt listen to 1110 cause Im black but I dont do nothin mean and if I is black do Lord had no dfrt on his hands when he mndo me Some of our students were in a muddle last snrinir as to whether Andrew Johnson was impeached Since that time we havo interviewed Ex Gov Knott on tho subject and his view of the matter is this That President Johnson was im Â¬ peached since the articles of impench ment were brought against him but he The trouble lies in was not convicted tho fact that the meaning of tho word impeach is often misconstrued Â¬ rpgSg11ge HAZEL i GREEN o ACADEMY SEPTEMBER 3 SESSION Ol 1804 95 OT FIRST TERM BEQIN3 MONDAT t Wednesday far rccov Miss Snbinn Taulbeo ered as to bo at home where she is now lias so convalescing Win H DoUtok who is teaching at Fincastle Lee county is at Heuttyville attending the Institute this week Swaniio are gathering up a Rose very nice lot of feeders for the Mt Ster- Â¬ ling hmrket and will start them Friday where he will lay in a handsome fall Mr Andre has the and winter stock C D Moore of Catlettsbnrgsays you reputation of being an experienced may tell the boys I will be with them in buyer nnd the people of Hazel Green about two weeks to fill them upon hard- - and vicinity may expect something ex ware ceptionally nice and all diseases caused Scrofula humors Our Ezel correspondent sends us the or promoted by impuro blood or low following nnd some more but as the state of the system nro cured by Hoods matter is referred to in another place wo Sarsaparilla Elder J A eliminate from his letter Carl Mizo left Monday for Danville Howard is conducting a meeting at where ho will resume his studies in Cen- White Oak Flat a Tew miles west of this He Uas been preaching there tre College and wo hope to hear the very place him about one week and baptized seventeen best reports 4rom We dont know the number that have been Ray Moss who has been hero in the united but the last report was 63 horse interest and trained the Wells Our devil becoming very enthusiastic horse and others for the Fair left Tues his homo in Montgomery day for over the races last week perpetrates the following with his little pen How will the Hazel Green and Lick Did you see The Daily IIkkam Mineral Springs Company Branch That was printed during the Fair Well whether or not that is sound All about the Sheepskin horse likely to be a corporation here soon jJLwl John Chaneys little mare Â¬ Â¬ cury Persons who wish copies of Tin llru ALD daily edition of Fair week can get them at this office at 5c per copy or 15c for the four issues They will be nice to 1 t save as souvenirs or tno rair auu as sam ples of the first daily ever published in Better get the Big 4 and this section put them away ere the supply is ex Â¬ hausted Charley Andre book keeper for J T Day of this place is this week visiting tho markets of Louisville and Cincinnati 1 -- A complete Faculty that is in sympathy with tho educational interests of Eastern Kentucky Studies in all departments of school work carried on EXlKNSKS FOIt TWttNTV WlKKH 1 00 40 00 10 00 4 00 35 Matriculation Board 1 Â¬ Whilo in the Lick Branch a few days since we drank from a spring of water JS on J T Days place that is very much like the Swango water above town jul p p But as though not so strong in mineral zzij an offset to this it is very much colder with much more nnd tho stream runs 1 r i Vigor It is just a nice unvu iruin iuwii and a little enterprise on the part of our people might induce a great many to come here and drink ot this nnd somo ten other mineral waters that abound in and around our town and all free to tho public Mr Day also took tho Thirty Professors nnd Instructors Eight Coursoa of Study as party to a spring on tho Gibbs place follows Agricultural Soiontific Biological Civil Engineering Me Â¬ which is strongly impregnated with sul chanical Engineering Vetorinary Classical Normal School County J Tuition Washing u Music per lesson One half payable in advance Deduction for sickness prolrncted two weeks or more Free scholarships to one pupil from each of twenty counties Enroll tho first day and apply yourself and you will join with nil in sny- - Qgf ing IliuxM Urcon Academy Is tlie best and cheapest school in Eastern Kentucky S5ulf parents or guardians have dnughtsra they want to put In a first class 5V irstgrade school tney should write us for particulars before arranging to q Wu ran educate vouut men and vnunir wnninn fur nlinuf lend elsewhere We will compnro with any offtg halt what It would cost in tho liluegrass 2 them Send for Catalogue for particulars rw wi r Ji v fir I m iitruf iwl li w State College OF Kentucky Opens SEPTEMBER 10th 1894 W3IW won ir wujijji jroxueipai l phur A List of Ponton Awarded Premiums fit the Vulr appointees rocoivod freo of tuition Board in dormitorios 225 por week in private families 850 to 4 For cataloguoB apply to JAS K PATTERSON Ph D President The big success of the Fair this year notwithstanding the hard times should induce the stockholders to renewed efforts next year and a still better exhibition Tho Directors of the Hazel Green Fair Association arc requested to meet at tho Floral Hall Saturday September 15 H F PinitATT President 1891 Miss Lula Kash and J Richmond De Unsk two of our efficient teachers who are teaching in Morgan county are at Â¬ tending tho Institute at West Liberty this week There is now some talk of forming a joint stock company and erecting a hotel here for the accommodation of visitors who wish to come here and drink of the various mineral waters that abound in nud about the town Best Lamb W T Swango Best Huck nny age or breed J MHenry IteJt Ewe any age or breed same Hest Male Hog Stephen Itose Best Female liou Howard Little Best Pair Pius pigged in 181 J Elzie James This too after only one days attend Best Steer Calf under 12 months old Now if P Sample and I M Itose ance at Hazel Green Academy Best Heifer Calf under 12 months old he continues to improve until tho end of Inlm B llollon and Nelson Nickell Â¬ the session will he not like CongressBest Bull Calf under 12 months old man Tom Watson be constrained to in- Â¬ Stephen Itose to second Best Bull any age 0 to first quire Where are we at D H Linden and D 11 Linden 1 2 yrs old J B llol Best Our old friend P B Winn was here lon andHeifer from to Stephen Rose during the Fair last week representing Best Cow any age G to first 4 to second TTTYYrt say that he Joe Hose and W T Swango 2 years old W the Winchester Bank nnd to 1 ik JLi Best Pair Cattle from 1 to did it effectively would hardly cover the T Swango Hest Pair Cattle from 1 to 3 years old Joe case Like a church festival he caught Itose that is de em a gwino and a comin Best Pair Cattle any nee 0 to first 4 to positors for his bank but they will never second Joe Itose and W T Swango Fastest Trotter Horse Mare or Gelding have cause to regret it as every individ- Â¬ Doctor Loekhart and W M May ual connected with the bank is a gentle Fastest Trotter Mare or Gelding W It Come again Phip tho latch Stacy Dock Hicks and J J ItoseOJr Brown man Pony Itace J II Amett S Â¬ 1 Â¬ LEXINGTON KY Dealer in General Merchandise on a Cash Basis Largest Stock IHH TYYirRY H H r I Y I 1 J TAYLOR DAY Lowest Prices S01lyl a year and it is uckiiowlcdcd to ho the best local paper published in Kentucky Subscribe now nnd secure kiklkVililUI all the good things it will contain this year ACADEMY OF THE VISITATION Kon Â¬ JflilleiSDurg College rou Â¬ Y0UNG LADIES Mt M 3H Harry Maupin representing D H Car- Â¬ penter of Catlettsburg was at the Day llouso Tuesday and in reply to Tin IIkraldr inquiry for nows said he was just Maupin up tho dry goods and no tion trade of Eastern Kentucky J G Trimble who was visiting hero during tho Fair was more than delighted with tho success of our Fair and ho said he never in his life saw anything in tho way of a Fair Daily that was half so fair as tho daily edition of Tin llrUAiD Ralph Zovy representing the Me- Â¬ rchants Job Lot Houbo Cincinnati left Tuesday for Ho th wall and intermediate points He says there is nothing so good ns advertising in Tin Hruau nncl whilo hero soldsomo good bills as an evidence of the fact Hon Thomas C Johnson of Campton was in town Wednesday morning on legal business Mr Johnsons partner that other limb of tho law James H Swango left in the afternoon for West Liberty where ho will probably address the Teachers Institute in session at that place John D Rose jr captured several nice premiums and purses with hia mare Maud last week and if she keeps on improving she will next year bo hard to beat John should place her in the hands of somo first claw trainer nnd dovelop her By tho way she is said to bo a picturo of Nancy Hanks Miss Nannio Hord who is teaching tho school at Fincastlo in Lee county came homo to attend tho Fair and on Monday was too ill to attend tho Teachers Insti tute now in session at Boattyville Sho is bettor now howevor and will on Sun day lcavo for Leo county to roaumo hor duties in tho school room Monday Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ string is always on tho outside And if and Ernie Little Best and finest Mare Mule Colt Win you cant come fraukyour friends with Clark and Dudley Amett the letters P B and send them along Best and finest Horse James Rouse nnd Earny Little Well do cm Best Mule one year nnd under two J r John T Graham of Lane paid this Murpliv nnd J L Henry Best Mule two years and under three Joe office a pleasant call Monday morning Itose both first and second Best Mule any age Joe Rose and Frank while en route homo from Grassy and Murphy in response to our inquiry for news said Best Jack nny age Win T Swango that Elder Howard of the Church of Best Harness Stallion any age J T Day God and Elder Marion Stamper of the and J B Cecil Best Harness Mare or Gelding Dr Look Christian Church were to engage in a hart and John I Rose Best Saddle Stallion Noah Lyons and Aldebate to determine which was the proper Dye name Church of God or Church of bert UrtMid Marc and one colt Joe Rose Best Christ to which latter namo tho Christ- and Ed Cecil Best Stallion and three of his colts J T ian Church lays claim White Oak Flat Menefee county was tho place and Mon Best Saddle Marc or Gelding Alexander time set for tho discussion nnd Hargis and W W McGuire day the Free for all pace John Chancy Mr Wells however it ended it is not likely to result nnd S 0 Brown Trot two years old nud under three Dr in the salvation of a kouI Religious dis Loekhart Chas Rose and D M Arnett cussions usually do more harm than Beat horse colt Bcatty Day and E F Cecil good gentlemen Best mare colt John Bryant W C Per- In company with J T Day Prof Best mare 1 year nnd under S Nickell Cord and Jim Swango tho editor of this II II Swango paper took a horseback ride over tho Best mare 2 years nnd under D M Artobacco crop nett B C Patrick Lick Branch to inspect tho Best horse 1 year and under W L May of Messrs Day and Hord of which they L M Henry Best horse 2 years nnd under Dr Lock havo about fifteen acres To say that it hart E B Little is tho finest tobacco over grown in this Best gentleman ridor David Linden Will section would hardly do it justico as it Spurlock Best lady rider Corn Cecil Lucy Branden is most certainly as fine as can be found burg And in this opinion wo aro in tho Stato Wiilk first half mile trot pneo or ruck backed by tobacco men from tho blue second nnd run third II B May Albert Dvcand Ernlo Little grass who have also inspected it and pro Foot race Robert Nickell Boyd Colo Fastest trotting mule in hnrnoss Volnoy nounco it superior to anything they havo Nickolls Howard Little and W L May seen Mr Day has just built a barn 40x Freo for all trot horse innro or gelding 50 feet in which ho will house tho crop any age John D Rose W L May Leo Patrick J F Murphy II Mule or a part of it nnd il it does not bring an Little race average of 12J to 15 cents per pound Best mnre of gelding any age Duvo Lin bo mis den Dr Lockheart those who havo examined it will Best pair mules Tom Cottle taken in its merits Mr Hord who is an Trot 3 yeurs nnd under 4 Harry Gnmbell experienced tobacco grower thinks tho Zach Hnlscy and Ernie Little Slow race James Day crop will avorago 1500 pounds to tho acre Fastest trotting mule under saddle W L is unusually heavy and hia cstimnto Mav Howard Little nnd Volney Nickell It Fastest pnoer John Chaney 3 W Brown is doubtless too low At any rate their nnd third to Wells horse success hIiouUI induce all of our fnrmera Free for all trot Harry Giunbrell J T in a few acres of tho weed next Day to put llunninjr rnco James Arnett Dook How year and if they will do sothoy will find ard and Hnrry Giunbrell it tho best paying crop thoy ovor rniaedj Mule race Leo Patrick M P Howard Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Admlrablles Whlto Sulphur Ky This institution under tho direction of YOUjffB the Sisters of tho Visitation H V M is sitÂ¬ uated in a healthy nud beautiful locnlty of This school now t tho head of Colleges the well known IU110 Grass Itcgion for Young Ladies in Kentucky offers tho Here the pupils enjoy tho comfotH of best advantages to parents wishing to edu home far removed from the distractions ot cate their daughters well a city nnd can consequently with greater Comfortable rooms good fare nnd the best facility avail themselves of the ndvantHgcn of teaching Prices moderate afforded of a thorough education For catalogues or information write to Terms rente liable Music Crayon nnd Painting extrn llouso is heated 1y steam REV C POPE President apparatus For further particulars address Slstors of tho Visitation D V M 1427 JIILLKIlSnUHG KY BIS WOW Â¬ TTT E BARRINGER Â¬ J TU1XIK AMOS DAVIS WEST WITH IIIIKUTYKr Cartel Dry Goods Successors to Carter Uros it Co Co U Bettman Bros MANUFACTURERS -OH Wont The trade Co LOTHINB Importers and Jobbers of AND NOTIONS LOUISVILLE KY respectfully solicited 1imrl Htrcot CINCINNATI of Eastern Kentucky mereliaHU J Pntronngo of the ninuiitniu merchants Is most respectfully solicited JAY-EYE-S-EE T MILLER DKALKIt IN Hardware Iron and Steel LEXINGTON KY MMHMMHMMM I t fr Â¬ Mk J I Cask Hickory Grove Farm liorn Hacine win myit After tryiiwf of ovory known remedy I removed a laruo Uuaeh of two years nlunulng from a a year old ally wiui inroB applications or Jny-Kye-H- QUINNS OINTMENT PHOVfc gk ITJUDK MABK 1 Â¬ doM not keep It ltliithobostnrcpnratlonl Imvoevorusodorhear or 1 nearmy rouomiuenu 11 10 uu uomaHU We have hurulredi vftuch ctiimaniul PrfeoBlflBnerbetilft Aalc vourdniwlt forlt If ha - mmiU um 25c Hutu pa or silver fur trial box Â¬ IV 11 13DDY CO Whitehall N If a o Â¬ The loading homo for FANCY DRY GOODS FUBNISWW Spiwiiil ttnUof GOODSJ nnd NOTIONS Alwnrys havo Big Drive to Mail Ordors 165 167 Race Street ffHHUL mmSSsCINCINNATI O - I - B- - MtMcmmrmivRgn ICO 1 F Fmlj FROiPERITYIN THE SOUTH TImb Oflrtllltfnli of ike Country IlepcfRl Anpect 1 1m a Very m Hi f 1 I From al par ta of tho South como xpellont roports of material pro grew Tho Southorn corn crop is groator than ovor boforo tho cot- Â¬ ton crop is largo nnd of fino qual- Â¬ ity In Toxiib tho lattorie tho lnr 9l that tho Stato has ovor raised mnHho prospect of tho markot is NVhild cottoii is nov urdd ohoap it Will not do ttfovorlook ho faot that six conts a pound for Cotton nowadays is a vorvdilToront tiling from what it vns a fow years ngo Pooplo gonorally have not yj t loathed to tako into coftfirlorn tion the fact tliat tho modorn byo products of cotton aro worth noarly two conts a pound moro so that tho farmers six conts is really equivalent to eight conts fTho corn crop is so largo that tho South will this yoar havo a surplus instead of being compollod to im- Â¬ port corn for hor own consumption Tho outlook for hor manufacturing industries and hor cotton mills in particular is boltor tliuii over bo Â¬ foro in hor history and in ovory substantial and material olomont of businoss tho gonornl condition of tho South is most encouraging and satisfiulnvv Jf In respect to Southorn railroad interests tho reorganization of the Richmond Tormiiml ays torn and tho morging of thirty or forty rail Â¬ roads composing it into tho now Southorn Railway- - Company is nothing short of- - revolutionary As ajleqting fcjouthprjQ busnxgHS af fairst of all kinds itHignilicance cannot bo ovoroptuimtu Jt moans tho substitution ill tho pivotal in- Â¬ dustry and dopondonco of tho coun Â¬ try of ordor in tho plaoo of chaos nnd of stability and responsibility in tho placo of absoluto irrespons- Â¬ ibility Never in tho history of railrpadiwuB suah Ivopqloss qhnos nnd inoiheioncy manifostod as in tho administration of tho thousan- arohism arid boo to it that tho riglitd of property aro observed in bonait ot groat anu smanricii anu poor thoy can bo as prosperous ub thoy ploaso Thoro is no apprecia- Â¬ ble limit to thoir rosourcos and with industry and honosty going hand in hand thoro should bo no limit to thoir dovelopiuont Lot them study tho lesson that Texas has learned at such grievous ox ponsoand painful rotardation Iler Koagans and hor Hoggs whom sho is now at last repudiating havo cost her untold millipns of dollars and havo put bneft hor natural and as much I DIED AT HIS CASE Tribute to tho JIfo of nil Kdltor ol Alnlmtnn wiTAXMmm D Used for Filling and Extracting Without Pain or Danger- ii MMHOMMB roasoiiablo dovelopiuont by at lenst as fifteen years Now Tho O York Sun nnd K llnllroml 1 7 l 1 thousands of milos of railroadirotly nnd indirectly invoivod in tholiiclmiond Jormin nl system Shippers coulil placo no dopondonco upon tuornilromls Thoy liad no guarantoo that goods confided to thorn wpirld reach thoir consignee or that goods thoy had or arrive And jKHigJit would Vbovoall thoy had no redress ds-nnd TinSIO was no such rw George W Young wanted the editor of the Carlisle Moreurv to tell an audience Monday what is a Democrat Why brother Young is what you wore before a Democrat you fell from grace A Domoorat is a man who believes that this Government is a government of the pooplo and for tho pooplo a man who bolioves it is tho duty of tho government to protect life lib- Â¬ erty nd property who does not boliovo in taxing ono man for tho Indado hos not DEALER IN benefit of another who bolioves in Go long now What makos ye the largest measure of porsonal think Im a wider liberty who bolioves in local self Bocauso thoyro bringing tho HARDWAR government who beliovos that all dead body of your old man homo taxation ovor and abovo that which on a strotchor now Mt Sterling And a Full Line of Agricultural Implements is absolutely necessary is robbory 0 Tribuo who believes that tho toaching of Violating Tiuv Alitcholl Aagons Owenshoro Wagons pooplo to look to tho government Tho liquor traflic is ono of tho LcCormick Binders and Mowers for sustonanco is a dangerous most demoralizing influences in thing who boliovos that the mar AVlnteleys Solid Steel Binders and growers kets of tho whole world should bo human oxporionco Wo saw a dis- Â¬ Repairs kept in stock for McCormick Whitoloy and opon to whomsoovor wants to trado tillers wagon pass tho Hustler Champion laclnnery Granger and Tiger Hny Hakes ami many other good things wo ollico a fow days ago with a barrol could toll you if you did not al- - of whiskoy taking it to his place of Avery and Malta Double Shovel Plows businoss Ho has obtained liconso Carlisle Moroury roadv know to sell his own manufacture and Tho Wroiiir Mini right in tho faco of his oath ho E C Jonos of Wolfo county ships in whiskoy and soils it as mombor of the Crannan Dotootive though ho had made it This is Agency brought William Morris done in violation of tho laws of tho hero last night chargod with tho Stato and of National Government murdor of a constable in Milan That man was tho soul of honor Cut county Toxas J II Bioket of boforo ho went into this business MANTELS AND GRATES Milan county was here to moot tho now ho is guilty of crimes that call prisoners accompanied by J for lines and imprisonment This Barton who was to identify him is tho ofioet of tho liquor traflic As soon as Barton saw him ho said Men train their sons to bo rascals The Farmers Friend Morris was not tho man though by this infamous traflic and load XI mi rrtn iuujaviuo street nuu he closely rosombled him Chiof them to disgrace shamo and ever- Â¬ ar SfoiHlln of Police Tobin had sout tho de Â¬ lasting contempt Jackson Hust S aV conditions nro to continue What scription to Jonos and the oflicors lor TRIMBLE BROTHERS thoy noed is uninternritted indus Â¬ wero sure thoy had tho right man What do you tako mudiuinu for Ha- try and a sound ruapoot for law If Morris will probably roturn to cnuse you aro sick and want to ot wolj i ao aasjjaiw w VlTCJIiill thdv havo tho good sonso to abjuro Wolfo county today Fgunkfort of conreu Thou remember Hooda Sar- m j Capital ui litiit nu uu cajmruin vurcs J OPUllSm RUU BUUlHiiBi Â¬ of inoiheioncy mismanagomont Unci worse and its ollect upon all nidrcantila business was disastrous yhe now order of things is vory different Tho Southorn Kailway is tho rosultof tho practical oblit- Â¬ eration of botwoon thirty and forty corporations the elimination of millions of ficticious valuations and unreasonable burdens and it sots up in thoir placo a solid ro sourcoful and vigorous railroad systom foundod upon modorn and Hciontiflc economies and of tho first oflicioncy This has boon accomp- Â¬ lished by Mr Samuel Sponcor in conformity with the gonornl plan nnd purpose of tho reorganization undertaken by the groat banking Co houso of Droxol Morgan Mr Sponoor in addition to bo ng ono of tho first railroad men in tho country was specially oquip pod for tho problem in hand by his intimato knowledge of South Â¬ ern railroad properties and of those of tho Terminal systom in particular Bosides it is doubtful if anybody is bottor qualifiod for dealing with tho familiar ailment of railroad dropsy When Mr Spencor was elected Prosidont of tho Baltimore and Ohio Kailroad Qoinpany ono of his earliest acts Injoflico was to tako 25000000 oil tho surplus of that groat corpora- Â¬ tion by a simplo strolcoof his pen It iB to this gift of Mr Spencers that wo may attribute- tho fact that tho Southorn Railroad Com Â¬ pany enters upon tho conduct of its business ovon after such condi- Â¬ tions as havo so long prevailed earning its nxou cnargos and a vory considerable surplus Taken for all in all tho business prospoots of tho South aro at tho present moment brightor than thoso of any other part of tho coun- Â¬ try It dopondR upon tho pooplo of tho South thomsolvos if thoso restitution It was ery of loss ovon when the courts had done thoir duty and ordorod ono thing as recov- Â¬ vast systom Tho magistrates of Rowan county mot at tho court house in More head on Monday September 8d and voted on tho proposition of submitting to tho voters of Rowan county at tho Novombor olection whothor or not tho county would issue bonds to tho amount of f 10 000 for bridge purposes to bo ap- Â¬ plied in connection with tho con Â¬ K railroad struction of tho 0 Tho magistrates thought it best that it bo not submitted as tin indications wore that it would carrv and tho magistrates thought tho construction of this road would be detrimental to tho interests of Rowan county and Morohoad in particular as that town now has a gooU trade from Elliott and Morgan counties which it would lose if the road was built to Walnut Grove This is a business view of tho mat tor taken by tho magistrates of that county which is no doubt com Â¬ mended by the niorchauts of Moro lnW as thorn is no doubt that the trade from EllioUfand Morgan is the main support of our neighbor Â¬ ing town But while the railroad to Walnut Grove would causo tho Morgan county trado to coase going to Morohoad tho railroad people would havo to have railroad repair flhojSsotc and Morohoad would in our opinion be the location for such shops bosides other manufac Â¬ tories requiring convenient trans Â¬ portation facilities and at the same time b6 in reach of coiTl timber etc would spring up and eventu- Â¬ ally mako Morohoad a thriving little city and bo worth more to Morohoad than the trado thoy de- Â¬ rive from Morgan and would pay moro tax to tho county of Rowan But wo suppose the magistrates thought a bird in hand worth two in tho busli aiud would try and hold tho country trade In this they may be right but it is tough on the Morgan county pooplo who havo to wagon all thoy have to soil to Morohoad and all thoy buy from that place and continue to havo our coal timbor etc lockod up for transportation Morgan Â¬ -- mons filled with tho glory and pathos of the day and tho thoino But whotlibr in gilded audito- 50 riums or beneath rough hewn 2b boards no sermon in all ot tho day Vor was fled with a divino truth Ti nrV jiAfi I taught a purer lesson than the ser u mMJ4 0 si W3C1 --w t d mon tnai is in tiia ueain oi a sun pla and honest and faithful coun- Â¬ Over Opera House LEXINGTON KY try editor of tho little town of Cal ora 11His was a country editor R H HODGEN D D S life was spent in tho struggle to B6TALL WORK GUARANTEED publish a paper in tho communi- Â¬ is scarce Ho ties whero patronage did his own work He reviewed his exchanges and wrote his editorials and gathered up his news mid sot tho typo and locked it in tho Lot your first entry bo a resolution forms and with his own hand not to buy until you havo soon us for pliod the littlo country press Ho solicited patronago made his own contracts and issuod his own re- Â¬ ceipts Ho was all in all a man Rugs of toil Ho was tho ono man in Oil Cloths his countv who touched all the people And for many many yours ho You will run no chanco Things did all this and more and no man aro what thoy seem can lay a chargo to his simple char- Â¬ Thoro will bo no disappointments Wo havo soon him hero and acter in storo for vou olsowhoro often and often always tho same ready with a smile ready to fight for the convictions ashy MANAGER and modest man with an air of 87 N Broadway LEXINGTON KY country ombarrassmeiit that novor did forsake him This simplo frugal loyal life As it is Surinsjjtimc of course everyone will want to clean Wo can- Â¬ house and must have came to a close when know But the man was found not dead at his caso in tho littlo of lice A New at Calora Shades House Goods Dead at his caso with the cold hand grasping theiron stick of his Such as Bedroom Suits Cheap Bedstead Rockers Pianos pulpits godly men preached all ovor tho land in many thousand sor It was Now Years Sunday and Best Set of Teeth v 900 IftWi Vitalized Air Administered Teeth Extracted ir nvni lnn cents cents - - Manager Â¬ Begin le Year lit Carpets Curtains Mattings HUGH HICKS Carpet or Matting or Window Furnishing trade Doadat his caso whero his duty lay where ho was toling far in tho night when tljo summons camo What a new yoar we should havo in this laid if gvory man whoso summons shall come shall bo found at his case with stick in hand as was Samuel II Gist tho editor and publisher of tho Calora Journal Birmingham Ago I Iorald itnmkhiKTlu Xowh Contly fables IMattress and everything that you can find in a first class Furniture llousO We have the largest line of Carpets in Eastern Kentucky and our Furniture is the latest ami at rock bottom prices Be sure to call and Â¬ Organs Bureaus see us at MASONIC TEMPLE ft m mmwmm Mt Sterling Ky y Â¬ A party of section men wero en Â¬ gaged recently on ono of the grand trunk linos in replacing old ties and rolaying now rails Late in Mossonger Wlmt Constitutes u Doiuorrut the afternoon tho limited mail u running at tho rato of sixty miles an hour camo thundering by All AND of the men got out of the way with the exception of an old Irishman msr who failed to see the tram or hear uor tho shouts of his companions to get off tho track The train struck him killing him instantly His ia comrades aftor gathering up tho remains and placing them upon a stretcher docided that one of their CHEAP SIMPLE number should go in advance and inform tho wife of the deceased of RELIABLE HANDY the torriblo accident Accordingly Jnsuranco may cover actual loss of goods burned but ono of thorn approached the homo it does not nay for time and trade lost while re establishing of the dead man and tapped lightly business Pit K VENT THE FIRE WITH A STKMlRT on the door When Mrs Maloney came to tho door tho messenger tfrSPENCER COOPER Hazel Green Ky agent for Wolfe and spoko thus Morgan Counties tftfrCall and soo Iho Littlo Wondor Morning Widow Malonoy Go long wid yo Im no widder mo husbands workin on the sec tion this minnit roplied Mrs Ma- Â¬ lonoy if f ululiiyui SAV Fipr IiAiilfiLulullOl YOUR HOUSE I Kd MITCM WJdMMdy QUEEHSWARE TINWARE Â¬ The Best and Cheapest Cook Stoves and Ranges on the Market Queensware at Throat Prices EJB3 MITCHELL m V T 1 1 I jESSATS51 rftss m x STERLING KY- f hi a -j- r uj ns I tola Jeoms Knlnor and Kqulre Wnttum to day I positively bcliovo you frit puttier nndKcriniKhouKoroyory day but yoi aint iiuro one o thorn moron your ma were in her timo Howdy Mr Flint answered Han jiah TaUo that umir Yqu always have Houfutiiing- pjonsririt to ShTto1 peo- Â¬ ple Toll us some of the nowb in v -- l i WALTER r 1894 A WoXSBi iiiiHr town Always at the front style and quality of our inigiv t r As for pleasant words to thenv I like and think eomothln of em I do fimly have em to thorn 1 dont they may go thoir ways for mo ithout its lJ ti j --w f v Mr them 1 got business with and when 1 TUBULAR STEEL MOWER thntaovor their room to me is good as CpPYRIQHT tGOaBYB LlPPINCqTT CPMPANY their company I jos doelar my child with latest improvements we call you do look fresh and pecrt mighty CHAPTER XVI CONTINUED wont call it two drinks It nboln my nigh same as a girl and that fetches attention of farmers to their great rule as you know not to go over two to my mind that you quirin about strength durability and light Certainly Mr Fllht Why Mr when I comu to town and one of om I news in town 1 has one itom I got taken when I come in first Hut its a from Squire Watson that he sent for Flint my notion is that the main ob draft jecuon the old gentleman una to Miss dilicate business Ive got on hand now me to see if I woman t leion ames VV T ntsnu Id dntp in senge to you but as its on a delicate Our sales show that they are Enlowfora daughter-in-lawasher ri promisin Squire want of property Many a parent has t Missis Knlows as I went on back subject maybe I better tell it to jest hay rake unexcelled Send for Catalogue and see how the land lay and on sech you by jourseif H your nmll excuse mat Yes yes Ylt they is nob much a arrant a man got to keep hisself us WALTER A WOOD MOWING AND REAPING MACHINE CO Stop ma said Hannah as the doubt that the old man were put up by reasonable hot well as cool I named to think on former rose to go Sit down and Wilo to havo ruther high family no- Â¬ the thing to you for yon i r tions nfter the married among the it and let me know what jou think of keep your seat Mr Flint I havo no Marstons of Putnam He got over It1 it in a business way Gustus in a busi Â¬ secrets fromlna at lenkt and I allays wished hed a ness way Thats jest as it ought to be my 1 never is I dont oftengive child and it may bo that youll wrtnt got over it soonern he did Hut what tlat Wile done to wnrds sech as that I look my advice Uncle Idshy without its her advices along of other peoples now he have moren took back by naked and by them thats concerned which ns for what mine would bo all Huniuilill decide for herself possible I got toHy if it was uio and I said the cOmporhiike ho offer to Harnah with you to help lior I suppose jowll tlmtaoynnsl hoorJ the offer made jlfcel muejisgratified Mr Flint thoo Squire Wathuxi if it was me I tliat you take such sensible views of a say take the offer I shall say lo narnrih very grave situation If the matters lustus I should hi ituto before I turned my in dispute can be accommodated in the shall simple give it as my opinion to back on it a Unowin how much oaser ENCLOSED GEAR REAPER HARVESTER AND BINDER way proposed I shall hope and so I her that if it was me and I couldnt it is speciaL for wimitiing to havo know will you that it will nrove to bo git what I think 1 ought to have and proptymiltlm to mount qJ Aftv or-iiotorily satisfactory but happy for altf couldnt git in no other way and spe- - sixtyvlUauSaud dolIarsVnrvl maybo See Mb cial to the tune o tliat pile o propty more pn lined on em just so tlian to parties Them woids Squire Watson is I ruthor think I should take the m- - htivo to work a lifetime and not git cgzact accord in to my view of the cumbcrhcc aud run the reak For as the half or the quarter of it oven if 1rrj 1 twi tier Yt1ltrll flftii In lti- for the breakin o IeaVoo Arhersons they do have to take Vp along with it tie business I lias with Jeems Kainer tf1 why Squire Watson jes laugh at the lucumbenco of a man person that Ill porceed on homo and stop for a ttu Lv Gustus Rachels vAmJ indeed whyroy dear friend thut ever soiree chat along oHarnah Its been a long For the heiioilt of the Indies fa IIcucol Greon uiul vicinity I havo opotied a GENBdAL time smiling with some mischief as ytm wasi boy Ive thought a heap of FUHNISIHNG GOODS SlOHB nt ray resid nco In IIixe1 Green mid will carry n com Â¬ plete lino of the following articles winch will bo sold ut the LOWEST lUiqE3 yh he rose sonoo I has used cotiu words people must consider and if they QUI Ari Lailios Huts Liulics Gloves to a female but maybo theyll some of dont the jedgoon the benehll ftel Hat Trimming IUhbous Lulled TotlotsVCurllgIrdns Underwear HuiulKcrohicfs em come up to me when I clt sorter em that a man s will is his n and Woolen Dress Goods Whalo Hones Hrotnsing Ialnti n warmed up in the case I wish vou arfter hes dead and iroue its i Ginghams Liuviih c Wlmlo Hone Casings SJlkLacqi black and whits onlicst prop0yhets got and it wont mighty well Squire Watson in all Muslins White Goods Liulles Slippers Luces Embroideries do totfo unite on it your healths Veilings Infants Caps j Dress Shields Corsets Complete lino onrosibryi Dress Trimmings Umbrellas Towels Elastics mo etc Well sir if t was inUannahs place H After transacting the business with Id see Wile Amerson dead and gone Mr plainer first informing him in a Bay Your Hats of Me and Oet Than Trlmaod Prea of Okarga very loud whisper what he had been to the place hes bound for before Id Mv stock will embrace every article of Ladies wear In the latest styld just fromthe wanted for at the lawyers ofllqe and take such a offer And Uncle Lishj citv as well ns many other hotions too numerous to mention I will also d9 DHE3J- MAKING and will out and mnko dresses to suit the hitrd timo nriees Host svsteui 6f suggesting that he be careful about in my opinion they isnt twelve men in cutting by the Haddington Cutting Muehiuo which was awarded first premium at thf mentioning it to too many people he this county that when they hear rMtss LAURA RAWLING3 of Covington Ky well and favoraÂ¬ WorliPs Fair 1893 whats but that isnt here nOr there repaired again as always just before bly known to the Indies of this vicinity will be my assistant Your trade is respectfully yet awhile He offering to buy his leaving town to the Hig Indian to solicited and satisfaction guaranteed Very respectfully brothers wulow and pay her off with get what ho called Ins finualclosin 111 SdP fl he knows belongs to her Ive Mrs FRED DAY toddy for that day and havo another what chat wiih Rachels With mam words ot n mre to say about it Unqle ho confided to this dear friend the Lishy and you see Im wanted to help FC2nrvz- service which at solicitation from such my clerk Thats so Well good by Gustus high source he had undertaken to per- Â¬ Good by Uncle Lishy TUB LADIKB WKIIK SITTING on the rr form Rachels kindly acceded to his AZZA After ho had gone a customer said request to station themselves at the m 1 Gus what havo you and old man Flint -- H lower end of the counter near the they mightnt think in time they could aSS door in the rear leaving the clerk to i pot on hand that you talked so long como up with one they think more of and serious upon the customers wait Oh a little somothing ho had on his and would wish to havo a aeooptabler I want to git your opinion on it companion than what Wiley Amer Gustus a bein the man of jedgment mind he wauted to toll mo I had to son are and Im not n denyin that if Safest Best and MOST RELIABLE Agency youve always been and see what you break off from him I was a young omun and had my pick A bodj has that to do when hes in Eastern Kentucky Bates Reasonable thought about it on the avrage It of marryin men I aint a denyin delight me which as jou know Ive got a toddy inside and a bodys got that Wile Amerson maynt be the one been for a eompermise all the time somothing else to do besides listening Id pick but when the big propty that ASSETS OVER to him orate Hut hes a first rate old he hav go long with n believin in my soul a compermise o it and it stop a LOSSES somo sort were the ouliest thing to man big law suit and keep everything in the None better settle it but I werent no I werent family that would make a differonce Address A HOFFMAN Mt Sterling Ky anigh a countin on Wile bein so libl with me and- CHAPTER XVIII and haint a idee hed done it exceptin That will do Mr Flint that will The nice toddy conscientiously stop- Â¬ Harnah have so struck him inards do cried Hannah her face red with ping somewhntshortof doubling itself What do jou think of em Gustus ENEMIES THREE Oh Mr making sweeter the sense of goodness resentment and shame I mean Wiles terms hib heart Mr Flint ruminatddpleas Flint I didnt think as good a friend Thoro aro with which tho weak poraon Think of em Dont believe he is in as you would havo brought such a generally has to contend in earnest in makin em Fly in the antly yet thoughtfully upon the mis message to me from 11113 man much WINCHIuSTER KY thing someres Uncle Lishy Obleeged j sion which he was to take in on his less from the nian who hated and out Â¬ Wonic rcguliirly consumes his strength homeward travel Some of what ro to be but often pays for what it takes raged my husband who was his IrcKtdent No Gustus no my son Hes dead mance was in jus own youth ho thought brother who slandered me to his N II WITIIEKSPOON HUNTEIt Cashier WoiutY lights tho cantllo at tho other It I in yearnest so Squire Watson saj and it might be apposite to call back if pos father whom he deluded into making end and nover pays at all you know a man like Squire Watson sible but as lie rode along it seemed an unjust will and deluded him Capital 20000000 DiBKASi tics his hands and deprives him not as responsive as he could havo Paid up wouldnt let hisself be trifled with by wished so long had he de- of power of resistance been used to further into the belief that ho had in no sech way No sir the Surplus 6000000 a client who u V1 n slave but as n dog hisenicci take mere business views of things in Who can number tho thousands good luck of it is Wilo have gone and this lower world own This Hank solicits the nccouuts of mer i f n not ns Xvr felled in love ith Harnah and hell do soon as she was dead chants farmers traders and business men lore of lovohisovnniar wife and as OVERCOME BY what he say and sign papers in the student in the in the main proven sat- Â¬ conceived the notion to buy mo with generally throughout Eastern Kentucky though offers its customers every facility and present of witnesses the very day and riage the offer of what lie knows belongs to and most liberal terms within the limits of this mighty trio For years wo have isfactory had been contracted in cir- Â¬ tho j hour she say the word I wouldnt legitimate banking fought these consumers of life with lifofl ootlSly cumstances wherein convenience con me and my child already Lishy Flint between mo and sisting of a couple of slaves and a snug have thought youd have hurt my feel Uncle own weapon the air wo breathe mado stronger for tho combat by tho aid and you theres the slyest human I or you piece 01 lanu stood rort h so iugs so Mr Flint skill of modern acionco Our any one of us ever hud eyes on and nine Clay Glty national sank ominont thllt it seeme1 to hl nofc he s the meanest A man thatllslan- - lluC0S8n to bohiul t nrchlnfcr COMPOUND OXYGEN der a young female ike Wiley Amer- - too minntel for other nttrHCtion CLAY CITY KY Aon slandered Hannah andcuther and This afternoon ho did try for awhile to restores strength quiets tho norves And her husband and her child out of what frame a few phrases such as ho used to he knows theyre entitled to and then j hear of others employing on such in Â¬ 50000 expels diseases Capital go and offer to give to her what al- teresting occasions but he found to Proof that will coiivlnco fill who reason t is oilered free to all who aiiilcr ready belongs to her by Godamightys his regret that his vocabulary though J F COX FLOYD DAY Cashier crood ricrhts if shell marry him and abounding with words on other President Send us your address sub not give it on no other terms as well jects seemed to have next to none for PALEN DIIS STARKBY hotter No Hunk in Eastern Kentucky has hes too mean to my opinion to say the ease now on his hands vaults nor better facilities for keeping your 1C29 Arch St Philadolphin Pa how mean such a man is isher lie once spoke aloud and account Managed entirely bv home people 120 Sutter St San Frniicisco Cal Oh come come Gustus Dont be with some contempt mm5L TvNLkv i who know you und who are always ready to It was at tho WW Ml too hard on a poor widdcr er of a feller instant when his mind came to tho V accommodate vou JMCrMonoy to loan on reasonable rates that have jes drapped head and ears conclusion that it was useless for him Call on us enntget the purchase to try to go at the work before him in in love where he to even kick hisself out They aint any way different from that in which betwixt you and mo they aint naro ho habitually went to all others Then Clark GQunsy Haiionai Dnnk doubt on my mind no moren you but to tho interjection just now put forth what Wile Amerson would keep every he subjoined tho following remarks Caveats and Trado Mnrks obtained and ah Pat Â¬ Udlar o that propty exceptin tliat hes If she will she will and if she wont MAIN STREET WINCHESTER KY ent hnalncas conducted for Moderate Feci got stuck as he have with Harnah she wont like all wimming docs Our Office It Oppetlte U S Patent Otte and we can eccuro patent la less time than loot which Is a piece o good luck I wornt Thats all they is in it JOHN W DEAN President rcnioto from WnshlnKton a evpeetin nor t wornt a lookin out For tho rest of his inurniv 1hiimh1 Heud modol drawing or photo with cwacrip B F CUKTIS Cashier tlon Wo advloo ir patontablo or not free r for And It do look liko a jedgo ment Rniciently calm Tho Enlow house a io miu klint that will rM cbargo Oar foo not duo till patoot la on Wilo that she havo eaptuated him milo tilis sIje of the yunU A wns a How to lateate wHk Now now Harnah my child why Capital 200000 Surplus 100000 namesamshlet clients laObtainState MJBtye your ofactnal as sho have and put him whore he can humble with back- I never had the town cent free Addreis be made spill some or his meanness shed rooms surrounded by hardy tho good Lord know Undivided Proilts 35000 idee o hurtin your feelins Youre a bachelor Gustus and conse Â¬ black jacks Many of tho dower trees least my own daughter Id a done tho quent you aint in conditions to under Â¬ and the vines about the piazza which lleon Organized 185 being tho oldest bunk In OpseiHe Pateat HNee WathWHr been how a feller can git aggorvated had been grown by Hannah when a same and said that if it havo stand the county Collections tniulc on all points mo aud your business solicited in his mind by such a female us Har- Â¬ girl were there yet Tho mother a TO IIK CONTINUKD LELAND Lexington Ky1 nah that to my opinion old man if I widow neat and industrious as over HOTEL bo she turn all of em down but you was content with what tho small farm It IIIIOOKS Irwprletwr Vnnli Ymir Puce ami Fet fAUPlN may pond on Wilo a moanin what he yielded to tho work of three or four in the finest miro wlilto So Clean wiTir Now Iliilldlugl Gaa mtd VMaMe LthU say er ho wouldnt darsnt bo projeck slaves and two young sons soap ever introduced here It is better Kloctrlc Klevatert Hwtwl tkroiigheHt whk in with Squiro Watson in that kind o D Tho ladles wore sitting on tho piazza than Cnshmoro Hoquet for the toilot Hot Water jB IUtw 800 r Dy Kmf tvlo ah hoo Tliirt is a moustous in this soft November afternoon superior to Jvory for lino laundry and WHOLESALE DKY GOODS biisiiicss eeHterAHd dP0t Cm fciMl may add a thimblo gopd toddy You Housekeepers housekeepers cried ahead of Snpolio for ho fcltclicn One c BOOTS SHOJi NOTIONS KwiiaUy KBOOKI v or two more o sperrits nud empty in Mr Flint nr ho ascended the steps enke 10c 2 for lfo 4 for 26c Sold nt y CATLEriSnURO KY Bfilv a trillo more of sugar and water I Howdy do howdy dot Why Hamuli thin office only IV RlClARDLCLMJoHH5ToN str MOWERS HAY RAKES REAPERS and BIDDERS w I J nit i T W W REED i i I Sterling Ky for prices I J isili if tfiti tttfitL ni fe t vw Â¬ J jg0feTlic 111 iiiiim LIFE aara FIRE tU MWSTm ACCIDENT i vipB j PAID 26000000 27500000 I WiitGfiester BanK i ivas Â¬ -- Â¬ Â¬ I SSI lJKc KS storv-and-a-ha- lf CASNOW4CO HI H CARPENTER t L Im 1 JL I M il arortd than others Reports from fojv Nicholas McDowell ceuHtles state not enough rain to do Commissioner mh good Thoro is a much better September 8 180 feeling among the farmers Both tho WOLFE COUNTY corn and the tobneco crops have been Ltiio Local Teryjiifuch benefitted Tho August report Born to thc wifo of Jack Brewer on of the Statistician of tho U S Depart Â¬ ments Agriculture shows n decline in tho Gth inst a boy and wife left Lane on J W Congleton corn of nearly 2G points from July 1st the Cth Inst for thepurposcof attending to August 1st In somo localities thcl crop was injured beyond recovery while the Ilazle Green Fair By CCj Hanks DS John T Graham Is visiting frlendsnnd JT Cheuvront in others timely rains have improved tho Leonard Mo crops very much and the indications relatives on Grassy this week Wo nro sorry to announco the serious now are that tho crop will bo better than illness of Wm Pence resulting from was anticipated not only hero but in all MT STERLING KY wounds received by a saw log rolling on tho States I will venturo to say that 30000 200000 Surplus thcro was never a bettor crop made with hitm Ho was logging and had Jack 15 Years With Salt Rhoum Capital as small a quantity of rain The fanner Ponce nnd Jefforson Browcr saw for him J M niGSTAFF President and while standing on the lot tho boys Hoods Sarsaparilla Cavo a Porfoct Q L KI UK PATRICK Vice President has dono his whole duty tho crop was W W THOMSON Cashier Curo uover bottor worked and those who were who wcro sawing cut tho log off when C I Hood Co Lowell Mass We respectfully solicit the business of mer fortunate onough to get an early stand of tho top end of the tree rolled and caught Hoods Sarsnpnrtlln It un excellent medicine him breaking his left thigh and causing I had eczema in my left leg for fifteen year chants farmers traders and business men corn will nnlko a fair crop- - As many M Col lege lnrt of Uie time my leg wai one mnis of scabs generally throughout Eastern Kentucky A connected with the State A farmers havo commenced to feed their many other wounds which may prove nnd about every week corruption would wither general banking business done Give us a THE under Uio skin and the scabs would slough off chance to send you a bunk book pay your w hogs on wheat much of tho corn crop fatal J t checks and loan you moncv when in need W J Baker nnd D B Hatton have Tho Itching nnd Burning will bo Baved in this way The U S W W Thompson Cash Li agonies mado me Agricultural Department has recognized rented A J Hollons steam mill for the sensation great deal suffer Indescrlbablo spent n of money for dlfforent rem- Â¬ I the importanco of feeding wheat to live ensuing year nnd will tako great pleas edies but did not got relief About a year ago Hoods lending physicians advised mo stock and has issued a bulletin on the uroand much interest in trying to please Sarsaparilla I did so and have to take five bot-taken tho people but they will not try to prosubject Tho bulletin advocates tho feed6TTHE PRACTICAL XB ing of screenings and low grado wheat to hibit Robert Miller from claiming a animals and placing none but first class childs part ties Now all the sores scabs and pain have Taylor Landsaw is a candidate wheat on tho market It shows that rimony nnd Bays ho will surely befor mat vanished and I am enjoying perfeet health I elected think Hoods 8arsaparllla is second to none and ENDORSED by the highest County and where wheat and corn are the samo price gladly recommend It to all suffering humanity State officials bvthe leading business and if tho girls dont go back on him m j uuzuvRONT ieonara Missouri per bushel it Is preferable to soil corn trofessionul men of the country and by W J 3 lundreds of pupils who are succcsstul in and feed wheat There are a good many Hoods Pills act easily yet promptly amd business efficiently oirthe liver and bowels 25c farmers substituting barley for wheat this Otllmorn Glennlng A REVELATION is made to the nimil in Mrs Wm Fugato is very low with Rook keening Ranking Shorthand Type Â¬ acason becauso of the extreme low prico writing Telegraphy Penmanship CommerJOHK fl PI 0 of tho latter regarding it a more profita- Â¬ fever cial Law Arithmetic Grammar Spelling Born to the wifoof Willie Vest on the ble crop becauso of tho greater yield per ana uustness correspondence as taught by OUK NEW AND INTERESTING plan Ol ACT- Â¬ acre and being a bottor grain for horses 6th inst a 9 pound boy UAL BUSINESS PRACTICE UdED onlv in Thieves mado an unsuccessful attempt than wheat Thcro is also a disposition OUR COLLEGE belore which the old theo- Â¬ retical copyrighted text book copying sys Â¬ sow more ryo than usual I have had to break into James M Elys store a few to tem must go several inquiries for largo white rye uiiiio 011111 POSITIONS for its pupils arc made a We are pleased to note that two of our specialty in this school which promises to for seed from parties who want to sow it the Commercial World the highest type of HAZEL I would liko to hoar from any one who neighbor boys were very successful at tho JySurgory nndGREEN KY obstetrics a specialty to the hands of any but reliable efficient business men and women has a nico clean article for salo This Fair D H Lindon nnd Howard Little GUARANTEED people when you are looking for money refunded to be as represented or certainly would bo a good fall to sow rye Old Mother Harper who was stricken TJR J F LOCKHART BEWARE of schools which do not do this CLOTHING We are the largest for pasture as there is n short crop of with paralysis several days since is yet Send for beautiful illustrated Catalogue house in Central Kentucky and free corn and- hay For pasturo ryo should alive but cro this goes to press she will For full particulars call at the college or be sown early and much thicker than for no doubt have been buried She takes mako a specialty of 700 and 10 address EZEL KY a grain crop A very good plan wpuld no nourishment whatever Suits With every suit for Men C C CALHOUN Principal bo to bow ryo on your stubblo fields early Uncle Remus HOWARD STAMPER 106 108 110 112 114 116 E Main St we give a guaranteed lever move- Â¬ Attohney-at-La- w JUL this fall and run your disk harrow over MORGANXOIJNTY LEXINGTON KY ment dust proof WATCH AND it will bo all that is necessary it will CAMPTON KY STCost to complete any prescribed Mnytuwn MIhhUcm course VERY reasonable afford good winter pasturo and will bo a CHAIN prke White Hall Most every ono wo Reef is well pleased Will practice iu the courts of Wolfe and the good fertilizer to turn under in tho spring ndjoiniug counties All business entrusted Hazel Green with though thoro CO GRAVES COX I havo bcen in fifteen or twenty counties yero the that would Fair to violate the to our care will receive prompt attention a few try g THr 8 LEXINGTON KY 4 sinco tho rain cbmmcnced and in most 1 1 rules of tho Association but tho police H of theso couuties there will bo a fair crop would verv soon break thorn In or out of corn at least three fourths of a crop 1 6a I- VICTOR BOGAGRT fcr1 R E May of our town is not very woll Livery Feed and Sale Stable Somo correspondents report never had satisfied with his saddle swap but says HAZEL GREEN KY better crops of corn or tobacco I have the other fellow did it all He took a p 1 Jeweler reports to this office that tho corn sent Doublc and Single 1500 saddle ofihis horse nnd loft ono in out from this oilico took tho premiums at Rigs nnd Saddle Horses its place which would be high at 37j 17 K Short Street for hire Pnrties convey tho fairs whore it was shown Condition ed to nny point on reason cents 773 averago compared with last year able terms LEXINGTON A fino 2 year old mulo of E B Mays 94 jrCrl will also attend to nil cnlU for auc jumped a gate turned somersault and ToiiACCo Nearly all correspondents tioneering nnd solicit business of this kind Diamond Watches and Jewelry mulo liko broke his neck a few days ago ilcspectfullv fcc writo thoro is a wonderful improvement Reliable Goods Fair Dealing and R A Childers i old his puled horso to JOHN H PIE ItATT in tobacco sinco tho rains commenced W F Clark for 100 Bottom Prices All Goods and Work Bcforo tho rains a good deal of the tobac- Â¬ JAMES HOTEL J W Cravens of your town was hero Guaranteed co was burning up and had to be cut and gj Fourth Street near Main J V a few davs since m v Ci C i if wo do not havo an early frost tobacco CINCINNATI O While on tho subject of tho Hazel 4will continuo to improve Thero has Green Fair we should have said that ev- Jj-- GKO WintKUS SONS aiunnKer been considerable damage in somo coun- Â¬ ery ono that saw tho stock and floral jiThe patronage of Wolfe nnd Morgan ft GO V ties to tobacco from hail Kcportsas to LI HAZEL GREEN KY hall fivo years ago and wero thero this counties solicited condition aro very wide apart One corIs the only firm in the town which han year and saw tho great contrast in so dles the justly celcbrnted respondent from Grayson county puts short a time certainly will whoop up the tho condition as low as twenty five per Fnir in the future Just think of six cent A summary of tho whole is 775 months old calves weighing 500 trom the wholesale house of Pastures Pastures have improved and selling for 15 cash Wouldpounds it not vory much sinco my report in July In bo well to hold a Fair overy threo months X wmmmmmF t II a - Ci fact in many places where thero wns no J T We are glad to seo our friend Jordan pasture at all thoro is now fino grass PORTSMOUTH OHIO Wingless Wills iu town again but wo aro beginning to want rain in ifgrs -- c w ij Sf Wlien you want the BEST footwear JfWBost to bo had for tho money UrnCrook Orintn moat places Drought of oxtraordinary give mm a call no41y News in this neighborhood is very severity combined with extreme heat is tho chief causo of the unusual low condi Â¬ scarce COMBS HOUSE J O Havens nnd Willio Byrd mado a REPRESENTING CAMPTON KY tion of pastures Per cent 590 business trip to Jackson Saturday and Hkmi Tho principal part of tho crop SANFORD VARNER J B HOLLON Proprietor GO has been cut Most crops nro vory short returned Sunday A good many pcoplo from this place The patronage of the traveling public is The nro a of tho crop is rathor smaller wholesale dealers in attended church at Greasy Sunday El respectfully solicited Tabic the best nnd than usual as much of it was ruined by every attention to the comfort of guests dors J A Howard and II F Dunignn P rf mm ww fmr tho freeze and snow JLJL fsi D preached Thero was a largo crowd good Hoos Thoro seems to bo a bottor do A FLOYD BYRD 121 and 123 Second Street maud for hogs than any other kind of order and a plenty of dinner on tho Campton Ky ground livo stock I askod my correspondents as PORTSMOUTH O ATTORNEY-AT-LAMr Phipps who has bcon living at to the average quantity of hogs to bo fed Maytowu has rented a farm of Jack The trade of Eastern Kentucky is most Abstracts Of titlo fnmichn nJInn this fall Tho per cent is placed at 81 tions made and prompt returns guaranteed respectfully solicited Havens noar this placoand moved on It Cattle The averagoquantity of two- - Died September 2 tho only son of J Connected with the law firm of Wood Day Mt Sterling Ky in civil practice year old cattle to bo fod this fall is placed Ilnlsoy aged six years no was idolized LOUIS CO at 774 por cent T C JOHNSON His remains wcro taken by his parents j H SWANOO Clover Seed A vory small number to Hiram Bryants his grandfather for WHOLESALE DEALERS IN Pton Hazel Green of counties roport any clover seed this JOHNSON SWANGO burial Elder J A Howard conducted AND A FINER GHADE AT fall Tho crop nearly an cntiro fniluro ATTORNEYS-AT-LAtho funeral services Winter killing spring frosts and drought 4 tho littlo daughter Died September U practice in the Wolfe county nnd cir aro tho principal causes of tho shortage cult courts Collections promptly made of Hezeklah Parks Cinderella Acreago compared with last nnd abstracts of title furnished on of tho crop NOTIONS short A M Bailey a woll known citizen of Third Kaoo and Union Sts year 70 por cent Condition G50 his wifo has for Eugono Potatoes Tho government roport of years bconOregon says chronic diarrhoea CINCINNATI O troubled with C D MOORE We carry tho goods that will suit vour MANUFACTURING JEWELER tho condition of potatoes August 1st is and used many remedies with littlo reliof rim trade and our prices arc THK LOWEST placed at 74 per ceut a declino of 183 until Bho tried Chamberlains Colic 135 E Main St Custom House Square bpecial nttention given to mail orders BEN WILLIAMSON CO Tho roport for this stato Cholera and Diarrhtca Remedy which jmucq July 1st LEXINGTON KY has cured her sound and woll Glvo it a half sole nil m 77 per cent acreage c trial and you will be surprised at tho ear without terCompetent workmen in our watch FKtJiT As to tho fruit crop in this prompt relief it aflbrds 25 and 50 cent a last and Illnn Itock without CATLETTSBURG lift llllllli- KY repairiug department ll stMit for enough to inquire bottles for sale by JVM Rose fnir J5c Aililria tUt thero is not ivvifto Sole agency for South 1 aboHt The government reports a further Wit CM44M4Mr McDawell linn t 8y decline in apples tho percentage stand Â¬ f the Present OHtlAHk ing 44 for August against 47 for July Slue my report of July 1st there have The condition of peaches has fallen much AM rain in Inner portions of the Tower and now stands at tho extreme low State ffotne eounties having been more figure of 223 MONTHLY CHOP REPORT ELECTION - NOTICE turn THE fit j NJfcB To tho Voters of Wolfe County Thoro will bo a special olection hold at tho various placos of voting in Wolfo county on Tuesday the 6tli day of November 1894 for tho olection of a RopreBontativo in tho Tenth CongroBsional Dis- Â¬ trict of Kentucky to fill tho va Â¬ cancy caused by tho loath of M C Lislo said day being tho same on which tho regular 61oction for Congress will tako plnco This 4th dav of August 18fli GEO V DRAKE S W C BUSINESS WORLD IN MINIATURE i In Agony Traders Deposit Bank Â¬ BOM inn Business I Â¬ Â¬ Hoods1 Cures WEE School South Â¬ PHYSICIAN SURGEON - urrrrn 35r33P - J 1 J PIERATT CJ op tssBH CT Â¬ Â¬ aan aiiUlml illi a Â¬ mil Off risis - Â¬ Jf John H Rose Â¬ llfii 3T4to15 Â¬ Boots and Shoes C P Tracy Co i - W W FYVIE PJaJLM W STIX k W 3500 AND UP Dry Goods Etc Fred J Heintz Hardware Cutlery TwosEces1 Caney Ky Bend Plows CO t for thesa valuable receipts i I