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I V -- W Ja SPENCER COOPER Ownor and Editor Hazel Green Herald Established March 4 1885 nnd Mado Famous in the Colobrntod Story of Of - a lu 7 - Jonathan nnd His Continent by Max ORoll 100 a Noisy World With Now From All Nations Lumhrlng at Ills Hack A YEAR Always In Advn 3S TENTH YEAR MJUJUWPl HAZEL GREEN WOLFE COUNTY KY THURSDAY SEPTEMBER 20 1894 NUMBER 26 A WORLD BEATER ROBERT J GOES THE FASTEST ON RECORD Ho Makes tho Mile In iOl chiefly practical rather than theoretical so that by the tunc tho course is finished tho cadet is ready to assume his duties PREDICTIONS OF THE COMING PRES STRENGTH AND EQUIPMENT OF THE on a r IDENTIAL CAMPAIGN The cadets aro usually ARMY AND NAVY chosen from tho fnmilies of prominent officials living in the eacoast provinces The Condition of Knoh larty Doubtful Troops Commanded hy Gorman nnil Amor StutnH The PopullstM Figure on Car Â¬ but members aro admitted from any Iciiii Ollleers mid Armed with Im rying Klght States Hornet Nest other official and mandarin class proved Wcnnons Tho Chi Â¬ Among Newspaper Men The Chinese navy proper comprises 70 nese an Soldiers CHINAS WAR FORCE FRQM WASHINGTON man-of-wa- -- men-of-wa- r not including many small PROVINCIAL FORCES ENLISTED China hns made great efforts in the Inst few years to bring her army and navy nearer thw standards of those of western nations says the New York Tribune The total strength of the army is about 000000 men of whom more than 200000 are permanently stationed for the garrison of the city of Peking and others being scattered throughout the various provinces of the empire Besides these there is an ill formed organization which might be called a militia which gets small pay and never serves with the colors The discipline of the army is good and so far as military punishments are concerned there is hardly a more strin- Â¬ gent organization in the world As a fighting force however in the opinion of most foreign military men the Chinese army has never counted for much But the last few ynrs may have made a great difference in this regard as the Ameri- Â¬ can German and English officers employed by the government have done all in their power to effect proper changes In addition to the troops mentioned there are the various provincial forces which are enlisted paid and controlled by tho viceroys of the provinces and mandarins of the cities in which they may be qnartcred These are known as the army of the green standard in con- Â¬ tradistinction to the Mnnchti divisions the real Chinese soldiers divided into red white blue nnd yellow divisions so called from tho color of their battle Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ transports and revenue cutters which in time of need such as the present can be armed and placed in activo service The vessels are manned and officered by Chi nese subjects the only foreigners allowed on them being the instructors in special departments such as gunnery seaman As soon ship electricity or torpedoes a Chinese instructor qualifies the foras eigner returns to the academy Most vessels of the Chinese fleet have been Â¬ POLITICIANS HAVE MUCH FUN Â¬ Â¬ built abroad The Chinese navy is divided into two fleets The northern or Peyang squad ronVith headquarters at has under its jurisdiction the protection and defence of all the coast lying to the northward of Foo Chow and the Tan yang or southern squadron with headquarters at Canton which is to defend all the coast south of Foo Chow Each squadron has its own admiral but is governed directly by the viceroys of Chihli and Canton respectively who aro held personally responsible by the emperor for the efficiency and warlike condition of the two fleets Wei-Hai-W- Â¬ Â¬ MRS COLONEL CUTHBERT BULLITT Feels Highly Honored by the Friends She Has Made Mrs Col Cuthbert Bullitt of Louisville the Southern society woman whose interview in the Cincinnati Enquirer several weeks ago created unusual gossip in Kentucky and Eastern society circles informed the Enquirer correspondent that she luuL received nineteen letters from prominent people in Cincinnati congratulating her in the stand she assumed in the Breckinridge matter and lamenting the fact that there were not more women of her caliber in Kentucky who considered friendship something more sacred than a mere name and for the sake of which she was ready even to incur the scorn of her old friends in the Blue Grass Said Mrs Bullitt exclu Â¬ Â¬ 1 A Hags 1 1 iS The arms of most of these troops were until recently of the most primitive type and consisted principally of long spears or knives secured to long poles bows and arrows and clubs Within the last few years however many of these battalions have been provided with the most improved modern arms Two years ago several Chinese officials were sent to Eu rope to negotiate for the purchase of suf ficient modorn rifles to arm the entire forces garrisoning the frontiers of Siberia Tonquin and along the sea coast The army of Li Hung Chang the Chi nese prime minister and viceroy of the province of Chihli numbers about 100 000 men and is tho flower of the empire These troops are armed with modem rifles and have for years been under the leadership of German and American officers who have brought them up to a state of discipline and efficiency hardly second to any similar body of foreign troops It is the possession of this army in love with its chief which has made him so independent Chihli is regarded as the gate to Poking hence the care and attention bestowed upon the troops forming its garrison The Chinese confine themselves chiefly to infantry The total cavalry force of tho active nrmy is only 80000 and of artillery 20000 Thero is however an irregular class of cavalry which may number nearly 100000 This force is armed in the most primitive fashion Tho navy is a different stamp from tho army and tho sailors have been longer under the influence of foreign officers They are also moro trustworthy Sepa rated as they are from tho influences which surround the men on shore tho sailors are free from the temptations and conspiracies which have undermined the troops Tho class of men employed on tho vessels is also better Tho naval officers have been educated in tho various naval academies by foreign instructors and aro taught and disciplined according f to the systems in vogue in tho service of tho United States England nnd Franco Tho imperial government supports threo naval colleges for tho education of cadets or officers one nt Tien Tsin another nt Wei Hai Woi and tho third at Foo Ohow Tho instructors aro graduates of naval academies of foreign coun- Â¬ tries those of Annapolis predominating Tho Bystcm of instruction is as thorough as tho Chinese boy can grasp but is Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ sively to the Enquirer correspondent at the Phoenix Hotel These letters ninetcon in number strong womanly letters which I have received from Cincinnati friends more than repay me for the unjust and cruel expressions the heartless criticisms of misguided but really honest women and men and tho unkind constructions which evil minded people have placed on the motives which caused mo to appeal to the women of tho Ashland district in Colonel Breckinridges favor I knew that I appealed in behalf of the boys and their safety and from the letters I have received it is clearly demonstrated that my prayer has reached the hearts of more than one mother The nomination of Colonel Breckinridge is in the interest of good order nnd decency It would prove to our boys just reaching manhood that political elevation in the Ashland district is not obtained through the de- Â¬ merits or misfortune of ono opponent Another thing the indorsement of Col onel Breckinridge would show our boys that a campaign of such awful vituperation as this ono in which the most horri- Â¬ ble tactics have been purmcd under tho guise of a fight for tho snko of morality and which have been so indecent and suggestive as to bring tho blush of shamo to tho cheeks of even an immodest wo man will always result in defeat to tho enndidnte engineering such n canvass If Breckinridge is elected ruch a canvass as that now on will never be made again in a political rare To defeat tho Colonel means that the mothers and fathers in dorso such a campaign and I know that thero is not a father or mother in tho State that would do aught to bring on such a campaign in the future Fathers nnd sons provo on the morrow that you do not indorse a campaign of such vituperation and bitterness and pavo tho way for n peaceful future for your sons My motto in this race has beon Sans pour et sans reproeho nnd I would not give tho friends I have made by my action for anything of valuo in earthly possession that could bo tendered me Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ The man who tries to get an accurato idea of the political situation by visiting the headquarters of the Congressional committees of tho several parties finds himself in n badly muddled condition when ho gets through listening to what is told him Of course it would be impolite for him to accuse anybody of delib erately lying or misrepresenting things but ho can not help thinking that the Congressional committees command the services of a number of men with imag ination enough to make them successful war correspondents or real ostato boomers also that some of the claims made bring to mind the boy who wasnt afraid to be in the dark but still continually whistled to keep up his courage While the Democratic nnd Republican managers are fighting for a majority of members in the next house either would gladly let the other side haven mnjority if thereby they could retain for their own party the control of tho majority of tho state delegations in tho House The House may not be called upon to elect the next President but then ngain it may many think the indications point that way and if it should tho prize will belong to tho party that can control the votes of 23 states in the House as Arizona and New Mexico will not probably get representation in Congress early enough to be considered in this business in fact that was one of the reasons why the bills for their admission were not acted upon by the Senate at the last ses sion So far as the vote for President is concerned a majority of one is just as good as the entire delegation as each State only has one vote and that is cast by the majority In the present House the Democrats control the delegations from 25 states the Republicans from 1 1 and the Popu Â¬ lists control three states and hold the balance of one state Nebraska Now Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ the question that is bothering the politicians is what changes will be made in tho State delegations by the coming Con gressional eectious The elections that have been held have not thrown much light upon the subject for nobody really expected Alabama or Arkansas to go any other way than Democratic or Oregon Vermont and Maine to go any other way than Republican To control a majority of thoStatc delegations in the next House the Republicans will have to hold the 1 1 they now have and to add 9 The Dem Â¬ ocrats can not lose moro than threo of the States they now have without drop ping into the minority and as tho States they now control include New York Illi- Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ nois Ohio Wisconsin Wyoming Rhode Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Island Connecticut Delaware and New Jersey the chances for losing are altogether too numerous to please members of tho party The Populists figuro upon controling the delegations of nt least four and possibly as many aH eight States If this claim should turn out to bo correct tho Populist increase would be entirely nt the oxpense of tho Republicans and would probably result in giving the Pop ulists the balauco of power in tho Hoiibo should tho election of President bo thrown into that body by reason of tho failuro of any candidate to recclvo tho votes of a majority of the electoral college This prospect of holding tho balance of power in the election of a President should tho Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Hoiibo be called upon to perform that duty is highly pleasing to tho Populists but not to the old parties each of which would prefer seeing the other win than to see tho Populists occupying such nn ndvnutageous position The younger a man is tho easier ho can imitato n fool when placed in a posi- Â¬ was n favorite ex Â¬ tion of authority pression with n wlso old man I used to know It was recalled to mind by boiuo of tho actions of young Mr Dee tho As Â¬ sistant Secretary of War who has been nntlnp Secretary since Secretary Lamont went away on his vacation Mr Deo lias an idea that tho chiefs of bureaux in the I Worlds records went glimmering over the Terro Haute Indiana track on Fri day last which holds all but two tho fast Â¬ est three heats paced and the fastest pacing race records Thoro hni been hung up the fastest milo overgone by a horse in harness Robert J in 201 j DRCAVE EXCITED AGAIN the miles of Nancy HankB nnd Alix He Slakes Anothdr Unnecessary Defense d each in 204 worlds record for of Southern Soldiers trotters mado by Fantasy in 206 At n meeting of tho ox Confederate fastest six heat raco over gonoby a Historical and Benevolent Association in Expressives great raco of threo St Louis recently Rev Dr It O Cnve weeks ago faRtest trotting of Louisville was invited to speak Ho raco record Oakland Barons milo in made an address on the Southern ques216 Whirligigs pacing tion of which tho following is a part record of 210 stallion pacing record of Wo have held our peace for thirty 203 by John It Gentry and Btnlllon years while the Northern people have record of 204 by Joe Pntchen marvel- Â¬ represented us as an ignorant hordo of ous mile by pacer done by rebels and traitors battling only to hold Carbonate in 209 and his previous rec- Â¬ human beings in the bans of slavery ord of 210 tied by Directly If it is true that the Confederates That is why the town is wild with en Â¬ were traitors and fought only for slavery thusiasm Geers was up behind Robert tho best thing we can do is not to build J and nt the Becond trinl tho word was monuments but to tear those down that given The clip was so fast that tho now stand neglect the graves of tho pace maker fell behind The first quar- Â¬ Southern dead until tho beating rain was done in 30 seconds up hill ho ter smooths the little mounds to the level of wont at even a faster gaft and wasnt tho the plain and nature covers the place Down the third quarter half in 100 with its broad mantle of green and with gelding camo liko a whirl the unbeaten it the shame of the Southland But if wind and 29 J seconds marked his time tho men who followed Lee Jackson and for that quarter and he was at tho three Missouris Price aro not rebels and trait- Â¬ -Geers with rein quarter polo in 130 ors but true hearted patriots battling and voice gently reefed tho gelding who for their homes and native land wo owe came true and strong never for n mo- Â¬ it to them and to ourselves to boldly ment wavering under the terrific trial allirm and to fearlessly assert it and a moment Inter Geers landed Robert The time has come when our feelings J under the wire in 201 and convictions must be crystalizcd into Pandemonium broke loose The vast a form that shall bo thundered down to crowd shouted themselves hoarse tossing future generations It is said that the their hats and canes in the air women sot war is over let it rest in peace that it is aside dignity and waved thoir handker Â¬ a dead issue but that is sheer nonsense chiefs and parasols to tho melody of their Th civil war as a political issue is dead moro resonant applause Thoro were but as a truth of history it can never cheers for horse for driver and for owner die As a political issue used to create Goers was lifted from his Hamlin sectional hatred and feeling it ought to sulky and carried up tho stretch on tho be dead It is not the Smith that has shoulders of his admiring friends kept it alive as such for thirty years Scarcely less marvelous was tho perÂ¬ The Northern people are the ones that formance of tho pacer Car have kept it alive They aro the ones A half hour before his only honate that havo appealed to tho hatred for the rival Directly had gono to lower tho South that they havo in their bosoms to mark mado by Carbonate on Wednesday gain Republican votes But the faBt son of Direct was unequal We aro willing to let the war die as a to tho task and could do no better than political isiiie but as a truth of history tie it Then camo Carhonato son of Su- Â¬ wo can never afford to bury it To the He did tho first quartor in 31 perior Northern man who seeks to frighten us went to the half nt a 203 clip doing half into silence thero can bebutone answer in lit tho third quartor ho was 103 Whatever rights tho Southern people going at a 206 gait doing the third quar- Â¬ surrendered at Appomattox they never ter in 135 His teudor mouth caused surrendered tho right to speak the truth him to falter when Curry took tho reins and to preserve tho honor and memory to reef him It was hut for n moment of tho gallant Southern dead and ho was away again and landed him To the Southern man who thinksit in in 20J flat lowering tho worlds record expedient to speak these things now and for there are some such I am sorry to admit Tho marvelous milo of John R Ge- Â¬ We aro divinely called to I would say ntrys wns mado in tho opening hent of tho Htand guard over these issues until tho pace carried over from Wed Â¬ truth is fully known and tho man who nesday when he did a milo in 203 holds his pcaco and lots his father his So mo caught the milo in 203 nnd it is brothers his kin bo branded as traitors believed that had the pacemaker gono in order that ho may gain by thnt silence after tho black fi vo yearold a lit tlo harder is worthy to Htnnd side by side with Judns tho Pntchen Wilkes horso would havo Iscariot done tho mile in 203 hu Ignored Will Not Thero was great disappointment over The colored voters of Clark county do tho Alix performance With so perfect not proposo to bo ignored by their own n day and track it wan thought the mare party any longor says tho Richmond could make a uew worlds record for trot- Â¬ Protests havo availed nothing ters But she had tied thoNnny Hanks Climax and now they havo organized to secure murk on Wednesday and it was too recognition on the Republican ticket for much to mako a second effort the name county ollices A full ticket on which week Before tho heat she seemed nerv- Â¬ tho offices aro evenly divided between the ous She did not got away strong it races with regard to emoluments nnd taking 81 seconds to do tho first quarter responsibility thereof was warmly recom When the half was reached in 102 the The mended and a resolution adopted declar- Â¬ crowd dropped back resignedly in the same ing that they owo no allegiance to a down hill third quarter was party which refuses tliom recognition as the second Then hope was aban Â¬ and woll nigh iguorca thcmnltogethor doned by tho flllent crowd On she came Tho colored contingent represents about at a still slower rate doing the mile In two thirds of tho Republican vote of that county and therefore tho new movement Say sonny Is your father at home is being watched with interest Naw hes down at Sagevllle mikli1 r mams oat la mm A handeome complexion la one of the Po perils speech and field dlggia Uten so gtoftg rZV greatest charms a woman can poeet Â¬ two-year-old Was Department who are all old enough to bo his father and all army officers lnck tho discretion necessary to tell what should bo mado public and what kept se- Â¬ cret concerning the business of tho de- Â¬ partment Accordingly his first official act when ho was left in charge of tho department was to issue an order that no information however trivial should bo given to any body until his consent has been secured Mr Dee is more ex- Â¬ clusive and difficult to get nt than any member of tho cabinet with tho possi ble execptiou of Olney consequently his order has stirred up n hornets nest among newspaper men and others having business with tho War Department that may end in making things decidedly un pleasant for the would be press censor Â¬ Â¬ MILE 13 at Terra Hiiuto Several Other llecords Con signed to tho Dust Tho City Wild with Enthusiasm DIRECT UNEQUAL TO THE TASK four-year-ol- three-year-o- ld two-year-o- ld Â¬ threo-year-ol- d two-year-ol- d I two-year-ol- d Â¬ two-year-ol- frco-for-n- ll A Â¬ iv X c - jjli i ir vugg OTKB BEEGR AXB Editor 1PIK0EK COOPER h wife or friend the almost sacred joys of Hannah Mooro home depend Were we to take as much pains to be what wo ought to be as we do to disguise what we really are we might appear liko ourselves without being at the trouble of Rochefoucauld any disguise whatever A SHOOTING SCRAPE Owen llrmlloy niu Mnralmt Whl llnv AT THE TOP And Still Climbing Kevcr content to keep com pany with the slow pace set by its country cousins thou always in sympathy with cm Â¬ mi Kuuountrr Ncnr Lntontn Bullets flew like hail near the Latonla race track at Cincinnati Friday evun MULTUM IN PARVO i It is tho soul thnt builds itself a body Schiller Simplicity is natures firststep nud the ln9t of art P J Hailcy He can never speak well who knows not how to hold hispcacc Plutarch He that is not open to conviction is Whatoly not qualified for discussion Didst thou never hear that things ill got had ever bad success Shnkspcarc We can do more good by being good than in any other way Rowland Hill Politics is the art of being wise for others policy of being wise for self Bulwer If liberty with law is fire on thehenrth libcrtv without law is firoon the floor Hillard Suffering itself does less afllict the senses than tho anticipation of suflbring Quintilian Wheres that palace whereinto foul Shaks things sometimes intrude not pea re He who despises mankind will never get tho best out of others or himself Anon Get a thorough insight into tho index by which the whole book is governed Swift 1 I saw one excellency within my reach it was brevity and I determined to obtain it Jay The force of his own merit makes his way a gift that heaven gives for him wo T Shakspeare Next to the slanderer detest the M H bearer of tho slander to our ears Catherwood Gently I took that which urgently came and without scorn forgave do thou the same Coleridge Oh give mo liberty For even were paradiso my prison still I should long to leap tho crystal walls Dryden i The man who builds and wants wherewith to pay provides himself a home Young from which to run away Â¬ In private lifo I never knew any one interfere with other peoples disputes but that ho heartily repented it Carlyle There is not in nature a thine that makes man so deformed so beastly u doth intemperate anger John Webster Cunning has ellect from the credulity It requires no extraordinary of other talents to lie and deceive Johnson Suppose that a man should advertise to take photographs of the heart would D C Moody he get many customers There are two kinds of politeness one tho other says See how polito I am Tomlinson I would make you happy Without good company all dainties lose their true relish and like painted grapes singer ro only seen not tasted Mas 2sover hurry take plenty of exercise always bo cheerful and takoall the sleep you need and you may expect to bo well J F Clarko Xo more important duty can be urged upon those who aro entering the great theater of lifo than simple loyalty to their best convictions E II Chapin will generally bo found that those who sneer habitually at human nature and affect to despiso it aro among its worst and least pleasant sain pies Dick It ens The sexes were mado for each other and only in tho wiso and loving union of tho two is tho fullness of health and duty and happiness to bo expected W Hall Humor Is a sweetness of temper a co pious spring of charity for it makes the good side of bad things oven more visi- Â¬ ble than tho weak side of good things Dry co 1 V v l Sentiment is the virtue of ideas prin- ciplo tho virtue of action Sontitnent may bo called tho Athenian who knew what was right and principle tho Laco- damonian who practiced it Blair Tho spbor qomfort all tho pcaco which springs from tho largo aggregato of little things on the small care of daughter ing after tho races and the participants in the shooting did not add any credit to the marksmanship of Kentucky rj I know it i pleasant to have all the About 6 oclock a row was started in comforts and luxuries f civilization the boarding house of Mrs Wntson be but he who cares only for these things is tween Owen Bradley the welbknnwn worth no more than a butterfly con honeman of Lexington and a woman j tented and thoughtless upon a morning said to be his wife Rrlulley was pound- flower H W Beecher a sucm in if me woman aim amWebb To lovo tho public to study universal for help The children of Marshal and rushed over near good and to promote the interest of the heard the quarrel whole world as far as it lies in our power the track and notified their father The marshal hurried over to the place is the height of goodness and makes that temper which we call divine Shaftes but the quarrel had ended and the mar shal had notified Bradley that such bury go in Milldale and that After a tongue has once got the knack things did not topmost he could do was to sur- put its mark at the of lying tis not to be imagined how iin the best thing and go before the Judge possiblealmost it is to reclaim it Whence render himself of country journal- Â¬ and plead guilty to a breach of the pinnacle it comes to pass that we see some men thought that things ism and week after week has who are otherwise very honest so subject the peace Webb all right anil as he knew Bradley were to this vice Montaigne well he thought that matters could be labored to reach the goal of Fine sensibilities are like woodbines Bradley handed amicably adjured delightful luxuries of beauty to twine How thcrough- Webb declined it its ambition Webb a cigar but round a solid upright stem of under saving that he did not smoke and started standing but very poor things if unsus lly it has accomplished that to leave the house and told Bradley to tained by strength they are left to creep go with him task is told in the hundreds upon the ground John Foster I guess not we will Rradley said Ilenioviit from Olltcu fight it out right here and at the same of tributes paid it by the press ot- tj10 countrv and the warm J D Jones who for six years has been time he pulled his gun and commenced United States Commissioner at Graon to hooi at the marshal At the first hearted testimonials received in Carter county has been removed from wheeled around pulled his shot Wbb office by Judge Ilarr of the Federal revolver and then the battle commenced hv it from friends in all lands Court as a result of charges brought by Both men fired a half dozen shots at The English damsel in Dev Â¬ District Attorney Smith each other and there was plenty of ex- - j It seems that in looking over the fee citement The shooting occurred near onshire the Xew England bills which the Commissioner had pro the end of the street car line and quite j Rented to him for verification Assistant maiden of Maine the sun clad a number of people were coming from District Attorney Wallace discovered the races at the time Every shot struck las of California the semi that Jones had made some fraudulent the ground close to them and there was charges Under the law a Commissioner a general scattering of people to get out tropical creole of Louisiana has a right to charge 5 for each session of range of the flying bullets The men of his court provided there is not more faced each other like veterans and fired and last but not least our own t0r than one session per day Jones it is away firing reive shots VITH charged tried a number of cases in one mountain pinks all indeed iMiialiy one of Mn Webbs bullets FfrfQJ M day and represented that each had caught Bradley back of the shoulder LLjl- iaT Ff l F f J been tried on a separate day thus mak- and then the who con the contents of its festivities closed Bradley W oKU ing overcharges against the Government hoisted the white flag and it was well ivr pages week after week sing The amount of monev involved is as that he did as Webb had shot his last THROUGH THE yet unknown but it is not thought to be load A brother of Bradley extracted the same som of love Xor largo The matter will bo presented to the bullet as it was lodged just under tho Federal grand jury at the October is this all A French humor the skin The force of the shot was broADVERTISING COLUMNS session ken by the bullet striking a fence post Dulton tht Outlaw Not Iuil before it struck Bradley ist traveling in America at Rill Dalton is not dead if the state The woman was badly beaten up and ment of Rill Dohm at present bo- bandit her head was swollen on one aide from by a perusal of its of the famous gang is to be relied upon of the blows she had received the effects Mr Dolan claims that he has been the ot Bradley was arrested on the charges of pages draws a pen picture executive head of Daltons organization committing a breach of the peace resist- its multi merits in his own for tho past year In thecourscof a con ing an officer and shooting with intent to versation held recently at Xogales with a kill Marshal Webb says that he could Ian uuaae and thus it reaches reputable business man of Perry 0 T have killed Bradley but he did not want Dolan said that Dalton has merelv with to as he thought that he would quit every home in the vine clad drawn temporarily from a public life after the first shot or two but when he and has left Oklahoma and the Indian hills of France So popular found that his ammunition was getting Territory for a more congenial climate low he had to wound him People who was the story Jonathan and Dalton is now living a quiet and peacea witnessed the shooting claim that Brad ble life and his reputed death was a ruse ley was not justified in his actions as His Continent that it was to throw the officers ofl their guard until there was a disposition on the part of the he could get away Dolan also says that translated into every tonirue marshal to deal with him kimllv the reports that Dalton is dying from H 111 Not Ncort WIiikh spoken by man Hence from a wound received while robbing a bank A country editor whose soul was full is falo as Dalton has not been hit with to overflowing with pathetic sentiment hemisphere to hemisphere and a bullet for uearlv a vear is responsible for the following soul str HoroKitltlon for Slnvr4 ring sentiment An lniMp lvy ih trom pole to pole The faculty of the Louisville College a shining pail went gaily singing down of Medicine at a recent meeting ap the dale to where the cow with the hrin pointed Dr Robert E Sievers lecturer dle tail on the clover pasture did regale on diseases of children This was in rec An humble bee did gaily sail over the of Hazel Green is a household ognition of his services during tho sumsoft and shadowy vale to where the mer and the ability which ho has shown boy with tho shining pail was milking word Thus is also a ne- Â¬ as demonjtratcr of clinical medicine the cow with tho brindle tail The bee He will continue to fill the latter post cessity to the wide awake bus- Â¬ lit on tho cows left ear her heels flow with the aid of an assistant through the atmosphere and through iness man and all who desire J X lttMiMou ArqititttMl the leaves of the chestnut tree the boy GN Hcnson President of the Citi- soared to eternity to tickle trade they may zens Rank and Trust Company of Chat Â¬ T D Sullivan ex Lord Mayor of Dub tanooga Tenn who has been on trial till their cotters with cash since the 10th was on the 13th acquitted lin at present representing West Done- Â¬ of tho killing of J R Wert who ho gal in the House of Commons will visit have their advertisements dis- Â¬ Ho will make claimed had ruined his wife and de this country in Octobor played in its columns from stroyed his domestic peace The verdict an extended tour lecturing on tho Irish wan generally approved and expected by questions in the principal cities time to time Wo mieht jto those who heard the testimony Tut Out In lust Ton Seconds hi Murittti- of Horiuo llillloy Our citizens to the number of two or The murder of Horace Philloy near three hundred gathered on the burnt Reno Mountain Arizona some time ago district here on last Monday afternoon tWO oclock to littll it tllO nvlnliitiiiti has been found to bo the work of tho fa lit iTHATWEREVER2l0O made by the Cincinnati Tin and Japan Oil and tell of Other Oimlitics mous Apache renegade the Kid Sheriff Fire Extinguisher Co The test was Thompson of Gila county Arizona is given under the personal supervision of it poSSCSSOS bllt modestv J for hard tin his trail with a strong posse of Mr Herman n Wells president of the Suffice to Sav it is lJ cowboys and ranehemen of tho vicinity company ot uineinnati nnc Mr W X UlClS Snyder the local agent of Georgetown and has so spread his forces that the Ohio and was satisfactory in every nowsnanprdmn wlwf DOM 1X0 killing or capture of the Apache murderer respect clearly demonstrating tho Stem plo Extinguisher to bo ono of the best ia seems probable n tl1n jmifM1 JviXG methods yet devised or invented for tho While in Chicago Mr Chas L Kahler controlling of fire a prominent shoo merchant of Dos A structure of pino boards was built Bke OF ITS Moines Iowa had quite a serious timo and after being thoroughly saturated A few more subscriptions of it Ho took such a severe cold that with coaboil a match was applied The t ho could hardly talk or navigate but tho ntlllfviltk2iiAi iiiu IIlinti liitnml uil illlll UIC VII Hiimii 14T lMliljjUWIIll Ml Ul uc taken at 1 a year and prompt use of Chamberlains Cough fire put out in about ten seconds ah Romedy cured him of his cold o quickly iiiivo vn wiv va iviu llllMUIljlll V that others at the hotel who had Dad j sfied that the Stemplo will do all and ft limited number of advovfion colds followed his example and half a more than is claimed for it The head dozen persons ordered it from tho near quarters of tho comnany are E Corjllicnts at reasonable rnto est drug store They were profuse in byeamore ami Canal ota Cincinnati their thanks to Mr Kahler for tolling Winchester Ohio Herald srjjjjxujsK COOPER them how to euro a bad cold so quickly SiKNGKit CooiKK Hazel Green Ky For salo by J M ltoso Agent for Wolfe ana Morgau comities Hnzol 1 - rrJ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ THE HERALD Â¬ YUYV 1 rflVE Â¬ - Tfm i l b-- - blJ Â¬ HERALDS Â¬ traded iHKfc Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ lr 0 rums Wm it that Â¬ Â¬ THE HERALD Â¬ i Â¬ I I J Â¬ I i I I - I i -- glass ft N i 111 I I Green Ky f nliTr IBr i APHORISMS Tnlce hell MARRIED IN JAIL AT CINCINNATI out of the way and who would prny Sinner do you bclicvo there is a heaven 0 yes way Well why dont you start that If men love God as much as they do their money why dont they work for Him ns hard punch a dog to make him prowl there is enough of growling without punching L5scver i Dont shoot at the squirrel after it has crossed the top of the hill If yon do you lose your ammunition and get no pending She was stylishly attired in a tailor game made creation of soft gray cloth and a Dear sinner do you think that the jaunty dove colored hat shaded a face devil can do without your service that was decidedly pretty She was Then whv dont vou ask him to let vou shown into the jail office aud imme Â¬ rest awhile diately proceeded to don a pair of white Everybody says it pays best to work kid gloves and ns she slipped them deftly Then why over her slender fingers she chattered for God in the long run dont you quit working for the devil aud away just as any other bride might have done work for tho best pay I wanted to be married in white Most peoplo would rather work for said she but I guess gray looks better This induces many here and an way lots of people say the pay down people under a false conception to work that white is unlucky Why Ive known for the devil because he always pays girls that got married in white and it down Down where Down to hell wasnt six months before they were divorced And then ns if an after There never was a man or woman on I thought struck her she said simply earth but what was a murder but the think it is luckier to be buried in white worst case of murder is when the truth than to be married in it And there is not a man is assassinated Just then sheriff Archibald Sam Frank or woman on earth but what has been a of the county treasurers office Zeke liar Speyer Henry Bunker assistant fire CHICAGO HERALD PROVERBS- marshal James Smith aud Squire Kush man came in The party was ushered into the chapel and Bums was brought Write much but publish little down stairs The bride produced the Hope and fear run a dead heat license and the ring and the Squire ratHigh tariff dreads the high seas tled off the ceremony in something less than a minute The bridegroom ap- Â¬ Soft snaps help to make hard times peared to be utterly indifferent and the In diplomacylying becomes a fine art bride went through the ceremony as if Value depends upon quality not price it was an every day affair The groom gave his age as 22 and a native of Rich Truth and falsehood often seem twins mond An The bride is 20 and was Those who fight for peace fight hardest born at Bedford Tcnn She works ns a There should be no shoddy in a priests nurse and was engaged to Burns before his incarceration since which time she clonk has provided him with money to procure Set your own price on what you have a lawyer for his defense and wound up to sell Such is the love of by marrying him is always left woman Theory without practice Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ llcnn Weds Titos J Hums Charged With lliirglnrT After taking 4 bottles of another greatly A buxom little woman tripped down advertised Kidney Remedy the steps of the county jail in Cincin Â¬ without benefit nati about 7 oclock Friday evening Tlftrry Wnters Hamlet N Y writes Dr Had holding a big official envelipo tightly in Fennor with nbeen conQned to my bed about 8 months both bauds as if fearful that by some unComplication of Ailments seen agency it might take unto itself chief mnone which were kidney com pin Int wingsand flutter away to parts unknown heavy backache pain and soreness ncros nlso rheumatism Had Tho big envelope contained a marriago my kidneyscelebrated kidney remedytaken 4 with Â¬ bottles of a Onobottlo of your Kidney license for the little woman whose name out benefit Cure- relieved till iuy symptoms and Unckucho and was Elizabeth J Glenn was about to be put mo on my feet aKuta united in wedlock to Thomas J Hums Dr Fenncr8 Blood and Liver Rcmedj whose jail name is George Johnson and and Ncrvo Tonic never falls against whom there isa charge of perjury Pretty 311ns One Bottle Cured Â¬ I v 1 - Pino Alterative Ncrvo Tonic and Re etoratlvo Compound Cures biliousness headaches constipation dyspepsia irritability sleeplessness tho blues swelled glands All blood Impurities skin diseases scrofula ague dizziness dull and achy tired stomach and bowel disorders blotches pimples moth syphilis Impairment of nerves offeuslvo breath It docs theso great cures because M physics from tho blood liver and tissues all the Impurities ashes and debris as it were Without weakening but all tho white strengthening Instead It causes tho Liver to throw off Its Bile It cleans out tho entiro alimentary canal stomach aud bowels alike ridding thorn of all effete offenslvo nnd slimy mucus worms nnd other vermin Restoring sleep appetite flesh strength comfort freshness and bloom In a word Â¬ It Isa Sarsaparllla-Mandrake-Prlnc- ei BLAGKSMITH AND WAGON MAKER 4 J Hazel Green Kv health Includlug self poiso to the nervous sys- Â¬ tem and both sweetness of breath aud dis- Â¬ position It Is speedy In its action Improvement beginning as soon as tho first doso Is swal- Â¬ And as certain as tho law of gravitation Note tho high standard of testimonials in circular at drug stores and around bottles They aro such as only tho highest order or merit could command voluntary offerings from tho cottage princely palaces and ofllces of State Recording cures of cases more grave and complicated than over hertofore successfully reached by medicine Sample Free Satisfaction guaranteed Mothers One fourth of uil the children born diu within tho first year Save your child by keeping its stomach nnd bowels healthy by tho use of Dr Fenners Sennatorla tho best child laxative nnd correctivo kuowu Â¬ Â¬ lowed THIS IS THE KIND OF WAGON CALL AND GET PRICES I BUILD mm4WWMmWC3WWM4M4Mm4miMNMMM DEALER IN GEORGE W ROBINSON mamWf otiOIlsl ZrkJilS H CAMPION KENTUCKY Allnys Dr Formers Soothing Syrup irritation nnd gives refreshing sleep fUj II lite insillimiiim mimes ami i una juiiiimiis ami prune ucniuvs mi cmucsa variety ot Notions ineludimr nil of the latest styles in Laes Hibhons Ac Ac He also curries a large line of cheap medium and high grade which he is selling ar lower prices thnn anybody of Wolfe ami the surrounding countrv to call tif XVITES the LadiesSlMMElt DRESS GOODS ho has just receivednnd see the J3 hniitlsonie line of including handed Study does not necessarily imply servation obÂ¬ Dr Fenners Worm worms from our child Syrup Broucht MrsSherlckElfdaO 150 Purchase of him nnd stive money X BIG COUNTERFEITER CAUGHT w - oc After all what is death but a sovereign narcotic Always touch your hat to a penniless statesman Care is as often an invited as an unhid ben guest Those that least fear death arc the last to seek it The failure of right is reparablo that of wrong final Men will abandon a principle to die for a sentiment The premature is always in danger of being frostbitten ial The biggest fools do not commit the Maj greatest blunders Best for skin eruptions Piles Sores Cuusetc ltuck Ilnrlan Captured at His Home in For sale by John M Hose and Mrs Lou Shelby County Indiana Day Hazel ireen Ky Buck Harlan a noted outlaw and counterfeiter was arrested a few davs since m m m m S5T m B VbA AH Ak m m fcT W W1 S rr at Flat Rock Shelbv countv Indiana by Maj Carter of the Government Secret Service Harlan is an adept in the counterfeiting industry the most of the queer that he turned out being 1 and 10 gold pieces He served one term of three years for turning out bogus coin and his prison experience prompted the threat that he would never again be taken He was chopping by an otlieer alive wood in his back yard when the Govern ment emissary invited him to throw up ins hands and complied only when as sured that the offense charged was triv- Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ DrFennersFAMiivSiiltHheumOlntment vvvvv a a vvvvv a ar a a a a a WHEN YOU WANT A WATCH H F Pteratt DEALERS IN Co W Will liTM Ji 1P lL4fjijh Or anything in tho Jewelry lino lot mo know it I will fur Â¬ nish you goods worfli tho money and YOU Will haVO GUARANTEE at homo where you can use it Rospoctfully Â¬ TI IE JEWELEE General J- EZEL Morgan County Ky It is easier to make a congregation yawn than yearn A good newspaper is tho poor mans circulating library A patriot is npt to feel lonesome on political headquarters The farmer will find that high tariff calves take all the milk Never indorse as a partisan what you would not do as an individual requires considerable originality to state an old truth in a new way It Before you can properly estimate others you must understand yourself Â¬ takes a truly wise man to respect an opinion with which he does not agree It Carter searched Harlans place nnd found a magnetic machine for plat ing the coin run by water power and a full counterfeiters layout Philip and Nellie Coup who have been active pasMug Harlans gold coin were arrested on the Sth inst They express their readiness to turn States evidence and there is lit- doubt of the outlaws conviction The Coups have also served a term in prison for a big diamond robbery John W Murphy of Indianapolis was the victim Nellie Coup being employed as a domes tic at his house Harlan is nlso charged with being a robber a burglar and a per- Â¬ petrator of arson He has been under arrest many times but except in theone case of counterfeiting the evidence was not sufficient to convict Â¬ Â¬ xniJ M 1ILLIPS WITH 3 PUREST AND BEST W M KERR lonniiits in CO LESS THAN HALFTHE PRICE OF OTHER BRANDS HALVESIO QUARTERS lerctalse Hardware Agricultural Implements I RONTON O SOLD IN CANS ONLY Live Stock SEND FIFTY AND K2k wrtt Tho more independent a newspaper is the nearer it comes to being democratic It would require a separate weather bureau to record the changes in public opinion Tho man that undertakes to be a law unto himself is at once both a slave and a despot In declaring friendship to be but a name Napoleon betrayed the egotism of his selfishness Iceberg unci Floweru Wo naturally thinks of Labrador as a country associated with snowdrifts ice- Â¬ bergs with very little that is verdant or attractive On tho contrary it has nine hundred speciesof flowering plants fifty niuo ferns and over two hundred and fifty kinds of mosses and lichens 100 8100 Howard The readers of this paper will be pleased to learn that there is at least one dreaded disease that science has been able to cure in all its stages and that is Catarrh Halls Catarrh Cure is the only positive cure known to the medicil fraternity Catarrh being a constitutional disease treatment requires a constitutional Halls Catarrh Cure is taken internally acting directly nn the blood aud mucous surfaces of the system thereby destroy- Â¬ ing the foundation of the disease and giving the patient strength by building up the constitution and assisting naturo in doing its work The proprietors havo so much faith in its curative powers that thoy offer One Hundred Dollars for any case that it fails to cure Send for list of testimonials Address F J CHENEY CO Toledo 0 Sold by Druggists 75 cents tain sent free AIM a catalogues of inechan Icnl and rclentlHo books ant free 1atunts tuken th rough Munn Co rccolvo special notice In tho Scientific Anicrlrnu and thus are brought widely before tho public with put cost to the Inventor This iplendld paper lMUtHlMreoklrclecantlyllluptmtOilhft3 by far tho latvet circulation of any iciuntltlc work In the Sample ont wjr1jJJa7tr ttontnlr copiesa year freo Uulldliuf Kdltlon tUnule ftio copies 21 cent Kvery number contains beau Â¬ tiful plate In color and phouwraphs of new Iiousea with plana eimbltmr builders to nhow the latent rieslirn and evcure contracts MUNN A X nkw VOHK atil UuoitiwAT CAN I OBTAIN A PATENT f For a n opinion wrlto to KU5Bn8Wor who havo had nearly titty years fllLNN tte O experience In tho patent builnoM Cotumunlca tlonartrlctly confidential A llmulliooli of In- Â¬ formation conourniutf IntrntN ana licm to or them COPYRIGHTS iii V 1 iwiuu mni iiw t Kv hct Country CENTS rOM A TRIAL MONTHS SUBsCRIPTON TO TMt iProduce IMTDONT FORGET THE PLACE No 1 Louisville Times THE BniQHTCT AND BEST AFTCRNOON PAPCII IN THE SOUTH FOR Latest Market Quotations Latent State News Alt the Local News Complete Press Reports LARGEST CIRCULATION PMKTIM i IN THE SODTI Cnstom House Block 30000 Or AND OVER DAILY 0O OBNTA A HAZEL GREEN KY 3MCOK0rJHI iiiAurri IKTTiitIIKAnS KVKIOIKS CATATOGUKS a Yasr by MU that can be 4Entt9ii up with typo iiik hiui pnpvr can in 4 Aurtliliiir HTHE HERALD OFFICE IIAKL GHEEN KY JNO A HALDEMANSvs Manamb MS feiHTH AVCNUr LOUItVILLK KKNTUOKV KyW - Vr l f a Z j r tf yv i fc iju ariracwntfcfclaiwal V TCBDR 3KEEAI4 Editor IPEXOER COOPER r ffig MULTUM IN PARVO I f wife or friend tho almost snered joys of Hannah Mooro homo depend Were we to tako as much pains to bo what we ought to be as we do to disguise what wo really are wo might appear liko ourselves without being at tho trouble of any disguise whatever Rochefoucauld A SHOOTING SCRAPE Wuhb Huv 15 a It Is tho soul that builds itself Sohlllor n body Simplicity is natures llrststop and the Inst of art- - P J Hniloy Ho can never speak well who knowB not how to hold hiapeacc Plutarch He that is not open to conviction Ih Whately not qualified for discussion Didst thou never iiear that things ill got had over had success Shakspearc r i Wo can do more good by being good than in uny other way Kowland Hill ii w i Politics is the art of being wise for others policy of being wise for self Hulwer If liberty with law is fire on the hearth libcrtv without law is firoon the floor Hillard Marshal an Ktutountor Jsnr Ltitonhi Bullets flew like hall near the Latonla race track at Cincinnati Friday even ing after tho races and the participants in the shooting did not add any credit to the marksmanship of Kentucky I know It i pleasant to havo all the About 0 oclock a row was started in comforts and luxuries of civilization the boarding house of Mrs Watson be but he who cares only for these things is tween Owen Bradley the well known worth no moro than a butterfly con hon omnn of Lexington and a woman tented and thoughtless upon a morning said to bo his wife Bradley was pound flower II W Bccchcr ing the woman and she was screaming Webb To love tho public to study universal for help The children of Marshal near good and to promote tho interest of the heard tho quarrel and rushed over notified their father whole world as far as it lies in our power the track and The marshal hurried over to the place is the height of goodness and makes that temper which wo call divine Shaftes but the quarrel had ended and the marshal had notified Bradley that such bury go in Milldale and that After a tongue lias onco got the knack things did not topmost thing ho could do was to sur- put its mark at the of lying tis not to be imagined how im the best and go before tho Judge possible almost it is to reclaim it Whence render himself of country journal- Â¬ and plead guilty to a breach of the pinnacle it comes to pass that wo see some men Webb thought that things who aro otherwise very honest so subject the peace ism and week after week has were all right and as he knew Bradley Montaigne to this vice well he thought that matters could be labored to reach tho goal of Fine sensibilities aro liko woodbines amicably adjusted Bradley handed delightful luxuries of beauty to twine How thorough- Â¬ Webb a cigar but Webb declined it its ambition round a solid upright stem of undersaying that he did not smoke and started standing but very poor things if unsus ly it has accomplished that to leave the house and told Bradley to are left to creep tained by strength they go with him task is told in the hundreds John Foster upon the ground I not wo will Owun IJriiitloy mill Â¬ AT THE TOP And Still Climbing Never content to keep company with the slow pace sot by its country cousins though always in sympathy with em Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ THE HERALD Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Bradley said guess Ii Ii 3 l h1 i Ii Suffering itself does less afflict the United States Commissioner at Grayson senses than tho anticipation of suffering in Carter county has been removed from Quintilian office by Judge Ilarr of the Federal Whores that palace whorointo foul Court as a result of charges brought by Slinks District Attorney Smith things sometimes intrude not It seems that in looking over the fee pearo bills which the Commissioner had pre He who despises mankind will never sented to him for verification Assistant get tho best out of others or himself District Attorney Wallaco discovered Anon that Jones had mado some fraudulent Get a thorough insight into tho index charges Under the law a Commissioner by which tho whole book is governed lias a right to charge 5 for each session - Swift of his court provided there is not more I saw one excellency within my reach than one session per lav Jones it is it was brovity and I determined to charged tried a number of cases in one day and represented that each had obtain it lay been tried on a separate day thus makThe forco of his own merit makes his ing overcharges against tho Government way a gift that heaven gives for him Tho amount of money involved is as Shakspearc yet unknown but it is not thought to be Next to the slanderer wo detest the lrgo Tho matter will bo presented to bearer of tho slander to our ears M 11 tho Federal grand jury at the October session Oathorwood Pulton tliti Outlaw Not Dtuul Gently I took that which urgently Hill Daltou is not dead if the state camo and without scorn forgave do thou incut of Hill Dolau at present boss bandit the samo Coleridge of the famous gang is to bo relied upon Oh givo mo liberty For even were Mr Dolau claims that he has been the paradise my prison still I should long to executive head of Daltons organization leap tho crystal walls Dryden for the past year In the course of a con The man who builds and wants where- versation held recently at Nogales with a with to pay provides himself a homo reputable business man of Perry O T Dolau said that Dalton lias merely withfrom which to run away Young drawn temporarily from a public life In private life 1 never knew any one and has left Oklahoma and the Indian interfere with other peoplos disputes but Territory for a more congenial climate that ho heartily repented it Carlyle Dalton is now living a quiet and peacea There is not in nature a thing that ble life and his reputed death was a ruse makes man so deformed ho beastly as to throw the officers off their guard until doth intompcrato anger John Webster ho could get away Dolau also says that the reports that Dalton is dying from Cunning has oflbet from tho credulity It requires no extraordinary a wound received while robbing a bank of other is false as Dalton has not been hit with talents to lie and deceive Johnson a bullet for nearly a year Suppose that a man should advertise Htcouiiltloii for Ir Sluvm 4 to tako photographs of tho heart would The faculty of the Louisville College 1 C Moody bo get many customers of Medicine at a recent meeting ap There are two kinds of politeness one pointed Dr Robert 10 Shivers lecturer This was in rec says See how polito I am tho other on diseases of children I would make you happy Tomlinson ognition of his services during tho sum Â¬ mer and tho ability which ho has shown Without good company all dainties as demonstrator of clinical medicino lose their true relish and like painted Ho will continue to till the latter post grapes aro only seen not tasted Mas with the aid of an assistant Â¬ Â¬ J HdiiiovcU fruiit onion light it out right here and at the same D Jones who for six years has been time he pulled his gun and commenced of Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ At the first to shoot at tiie marshal shot Wbb wheeled around pulled his revolver and then the battle commenced Both men fired a half dozen shots at each other and there was plenty of excitement The shooting occurred near the end of the street car line and quite a number of people were coming from the races at the time Every shot struck the ground close to them and there was a general scattering of people to get out of range of the Hying bullets Tho men faced each other like veterans and fired away firing twelve shots Finally one of Mr Webbs bullets caught Bradley back of the shoulder and then the festivities closed Bradley hoisted tho white flag and it was well that he did as Webb had shot his last load A brother of Bradley extracted tho bullet as it was lodged just under the skin The force of the shot was broken by the bullet striking a fence post before it struck Bradley The woman was badly beaten up and her head was swollen on one idc from the effects of the blows she had received Bradley was arrested on the charges of committing a breach of the peace resist- Â¬ ing an officer and shooting with intent to kill Marshal Webb says that he could have killed Bradley but he did not want to as ho thought that he would quit after tho first shot or two but when he found that his ammunition was getting low he had to wound him People who witnessed the shooting claim that Brad ley was not justified in his actions as there was a disposition on the part of the marshal to deal with him kindly Â¬ Â¬ tributes paid it by the press 0r tne e0untry and the warm hearted testimonials received bv it from friends in all lands SVYh TmAW m MT2Jik fc I ir V A JPSS THROUGH THE 1 HERALDS ADVERTISING COLUMNS j The English damsel in Dev- onshirc tho Xew England maiden of Maine the sun clad lass of California the semi tropical creule of Louisiana and last but not least our own mountain pinks all indeed who con the contents of its pages week after week sing the same song of love Nor is this all A French humor- - Â¬ ist traveling in America at-traded by a perusal of its pages draws a pen picture of its multi merits in his own language and thus it reaches every home in the vine clad hills of France So popular was the story Jonathan and His Continent that it was translated into every tomnie spoken by man Hence from i X 1MB 1I 1111 Not NlMMl WlllJ Â¬ Â¬ country editor whoso soul was full to overflowing with pathetic sentiment is responsible for the following muI str ring sentiment An Im uMo lvv ih a shining pail went gaily singing down tho dale to where the cow with the brin die tail on the clover pasture did regale An humble bee did gaily sail over tho soft and shadowy vale to where the A hemisphere to hemisphere and irom pole to pole 3ft VERALDt rr inlli THE HERALD D irVHfc MM unyiA r ri r rrnrni IV W of Hazel Green is a household singer I N lfuimon ArqultttMl oSovcr hurry tako plenty of exercise G N Henson President of tho Citi always bo cheerful and tako all the sleep zens Hank and Trust Company of Chat Â¬ you need and you may expect to bo well tanooga Tenn who has been on trial T D Sullivan ex Lord Mayor of Dub- J F Clarke since the 10th was on tho Kith acquitted lin at present representing West Done Â¬ No moro important duty can bo urged of tho killing of J B Wort who ho gal in tho llouso of Commons will visit upon those who aro entering tho great claimed had ruined his wife and de this country in Octobor Ho will make Â¬ Â¬ boy with tho shining pail was milking the cow with the brindle tail The bee lit on tho cows left ear her heels flow through tho atmosphere and through the leaves of tho chestnut tree the boy soared to eternity ASrsg I i theater of life than simple loyalty to their stroyed his domestic peace best convictions E H Chapin It will generally bo found that those who sneer habitually at human nature and affect to despise it aro among its Dick worst and least pleasant samples Â¬ ons Tho sexes woro made for oach other and only in tho wise and loving union of tho two is the fullness of health and duty and happiness to bo expected W Hall Humor is a sweetness of temper a co pious spring of charity for it makes tho good sido of bad things oven moro visi Â¬ ble than tho weak sido of good things Â¬ Bryco the virtue of ideas prin ciplo tho virtue of action Sentiment nrny bo called tho Athonian who know what was right and principle tho Laco damonian who practiced it Blair Sntimont is hK i h Tho sober comfort all tho poaco which springs frqm tho largo aggregate of little things on these small eared of daughter Tho verdict an extended tour lecturing on tho Irish was generally approved and expected by questions in the principal cities thoso who heard the testimony Put Out tn tltiKt Ton Second Mttrtlor or Honuo Ihllloy Our citizens to tho number of two or The murder of Horace Philloy near three hundred gathered on the burnt Bono Mountain Arizona somo time ago district here on last Monday afternoon oclock to witness the exhibition has been found to bo the work of tho fa at two by made the Cincinnati Tin and Japan mous Apacho renegade the Kid Sheriff Fire Extinguisher Co The test was Thompson of Gila county Arizona is given under tho personal supervision of hard on his trail with a strong posse of Mr Herman B Wells president of the cowboys and ranehemen of tho vicinity company of Cincinnati and Mr W V Snyder the local agent of Georgetown and has so spread his forces that the Ohio and was satisfactory in every killingorcapturoof the Apacho murderer respect clearly demonstrating tho Stem-plo- Extinguisher to be one of the best seems probable inothods yet devised or invented for tho While in Chicago Mr Chas L Kahler controlling of fire a prominent shoo merchant of Lcs A structure of pino hoards was built Moines Iowa had quite a serious time and after being thoroughly saturated of it Uo took such a severe cold that witn coal oil a match was applied Tho ho could hardly talk or naviiiate but tho extinsiuisher was then turned on and tlm prompt use of Chamberlains Cough tiro put out in about ton seconds AH Jtomcdy cured him or his cold so quickly who witnessed tho test were thoroughly that others at tho hotel who had Dad satisfied that tho Stcinple will do all and colds followed his example and half a more than is claimed for it Tho head uozon persons ordered it trom tho near Â¬ quarters of tho company aro S E Cor est drug store Thoy were profuse in Sycamore and Canal Sts Cincinnati their thanks to Mr Kahler for tolling Winchester Ohio Herald them how to cure a bad cold so quickly SiKNCKit CooiKit Hazel Green Ky For sale by J M ltoso Agent for Wolfe and Morgan counties Â¬ j j HR4LD ESlPgKvpS on and tell of other qualities Thus it is also a necessity to the wide awake business man and all who desire to tickle trade that they may fill their coflers with cash have their advertisements displayed in its columns from time to time Wo mteht o Â¬ word Â¬ Â¬ it possesses but modesty for- Â¬ bids Suffice to say it is to newspaperdom what Domino is to tho turf world Kixo Bkb of its class i I A few moro subscriptions will be taken at 1 a year i and I a limited number of advertise- Â¬ ments at reasonable rates SPENCER COOPER Hazol Grcon Ky - rr Hl4li -- - -- i 1 APHORISMS Tnko hell out of the wny rind who would prny MARRIED IN JAIL AT CINCINNATI n lrctty Minn Glenn Weill Thou 1 ClmtfttMl With JJurjElarjr Itum One Bottle Cured Â¬ Sinner do you bclicvo there isn henven O yes Well why dont you start thnt nati about 7 oclock Friday evening wny holding a big official envelope tightly in If men lovo God ns much ns they do both hands as if fearful that by somo un their money why dont they work for seen agency it might take unto itself wingsand flutter away to parts unknown Him as mrd Tho big envelope contained a marriago lANcver punch a dog to mnko him growl license for tho little woman whoso name there is enough of growling without was Elizabeth J Glenn was about to be punching united in wedlock to Thomas J Hums Dont shoot nt tho squirrel after it has whose jail name is Georgo Johnson and crossed the top of the hill If yon do against whom there is a charge of perjury you lose your ammunition and get no pending She was stylishly attired in a tailor game made creation of soft gray cloth and a Dear sinner do you think that the jaunty dove colored hat shaded a faco devil can do without your service that was decidedly pretty She was Then why dont you ask him to let you shown into the jail office and imme rest awhile diately proceeded to don a pair of white Everybody says it pays best to work kid gloves and as she slipped them deftly Then why over her slender fingers she chattered for God in the long run you quit working for the devil and away just as any other bride might have Â¬ A buxom littlo woman tripped down tho steps of tho county jail in Cincin- After taking 4 bottles of another greatly advertised Kidney Remedy without benefit Tinny Wntora Ilatnlet N Y writes Dr Former Had been con fl nod to my bed about 8 months with a Complication of Ailments chief lunonc which woro kidney complnlnt heavy backache pain and forenoon across tuy ludnoys also rheutniiUsm Hud tukon 4 bottles of a celebrated kidney remedy with Â¬ out bonuflt OnolnUtlo of your Kldnoy And Uuclmeho Cure relieved nil my ajmptotns and put mo on my foot turuln Dr Fcuncrs Blood and Liver Rcmcdj aud Ncrvo Tonic novcr falls Pino Alterative Ncrvo Tonic and Ro etoratlvo Compound Cures biliousness headaches constipation dyspepsia Irritability sleeplessness tho blues swelled glands All blood impurities skin disease scrofula ague dizziness dull and achy tired stomach and bowel disorders blotches pimples moth syphilis Impairment of nerves offenslvo breath It docs theso groat cures because M physics from tho blood liver and tissues till the impurities ashes and debris as It were Without weakening but all tho whhe strengthening instead It causes tho Liver to throw oil Its Hilo It cleans out tho entlro alimentary canal stomach and bowels nliko ridding them of all effeto offenslvo nnd slimy mucus worms and other vermin Restoring sleep appetite flesh strength comfort freshness and bloomin a word Â¬ wssssH It HKr9P5ff8MPIf 3xHIKBkfv Is a aJHr m Sarsaparllla-Mandrako-Prlnc- oj j Â¬ BLACKSMITH f AND WAGON MAKER 4 Hazel Green Kv dont work for thu best pay Most pcoplo would rather work for This induces many the pay down people under a false conception to work for the devil because he always pays down Down where Down to hell done There never was a man or woman on earth but what was a murder but the worst case of murder is when the truth 3b assassinated And there is not a man or womau on earth but what has been a liar CHICAGO HERALD PROVERBS- - Write much but publish little Hope and fear run a dead heat High tariff dreads the high seas Soft snaps help to make hard times In diplomacy lying becomes a fine art Value depends upou quality not price Truth and falsehood often seem twins Those who fight for peace fight hardest There should be no shoddy in a priests cloak Set your own price on what you have to sell to for skin eruptions Piles Sores Cutsetc Iloiuu In Best For sale by John M Rose ami Mrs Lou Sliulby Comity liullmm Day Hazel tireen Ivy Buck IIarlana noted outlaw and counterfeiter was arrested a few davs since at Flat Rock Shelby county Indiana by Maj Carter of the Government Se cret Service Harlan is an adept in the counterfeiting industry the most of tho queer that he turned out being r ami 10 gold pieces He served one term of three years for turning out bogus coin and his prison experience prompted the threat that he would nevonigain be taken of wrong final He was chopping by an ollicer alive Men will abandon a principle to die wood in his back yard when the Govern for a sentiment ment emissary invited him to throw up is always in danger of his hands and complied only when as The premature sured that the offense charged was trivbeing frostbitten IliiuU Iliirluii Theory without practice is always left handed Study does not necessarily imply ob servation After all what is death but a sovereign narcotic Always touch your hat to a penniless statesman Care is as often an invited as an unhid ben guest Those that least fear death arc the last to seek it The failure of right is reparablo that Â¬ 1 wanted to be married in white said she but I guess gray looks better here and anjway lots of peoplo say that white is unlucky Why Ive known girls that got married in white and it wasnt six months before they were divorced And then as if an after I thought struck her she said simply think it is luckier to be buried in white than to be married in it Just then sherifl Archibald Sam Frank of the county treasurers office Zeko Speyer Henry Bunker assistant fire marshal James Smith and Squire Kush man came in The party was ushered into tho chapel and Burns was brought down stairs The brido produced the license and tho ring and the Squire rattled off the ceremony in something less than a minute The bridegroom ap Â¬ peared to be utterly indifierent and the bride went through the ceremony as if it was an every day ailair The groom gave his age as 22 and a nativo of Rich Â¬ mond Va The bride is 20 and was She works as a born at Bedford Tenn nurse and was engaged to Burns before his incarceration since which time she has provided him with money to procure a lawyer for his defense and wound up Such is the love of by maxfying him woman Â¬ Â¬ health Including self polso to tho nervous sys tem and both sweetness of breath aud disposition It Is speedy In its nction improvement beginning as soon as tho first doso Is swal- Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ 4wBMMfc Yv t5Mi lrlSffYifrTsssssPsf wrijypJPg3ECy IFS2P55sWsJfBBAF5 THIS IS THE KIND OF WAGON I BUILD And as certain as tho law of gravitation Noto tho high standard of testimonials in circular at drug stores and around bottles They aro such as only tho highest order S VQTTCTCVfcT or merit could command voluntary otter VV VTXUVSiAjjrLJ 1X7 9 Ings from tho cottage princely palaces DEALER IN and ofliccs of State Recording cures of cases more gravo and complicated than over hcrtoforo successfully reached by medicine CAMPION KENTUCKY Sample Free Satisfaction guaranteed Mothers One fourth of alt the children born tSiNVITKS the Ladies of Wolfe and the surrounding country Jo call and bco the4 diu within tho first year Have your child by N handsome lino of SUMMER DRESS GOODS ho has just received including keeping its stonmch und bove healthy by W5 nil the fashionable fabrics ami laris patterns aud prints besides an endless tho use of Dr FennerV Sennatorla tho variety of Notions including all of the latest styles in Lnscs Ribbons Ac fcc Ho best child laxative and corrective known also carries a largo line of cheap medium and high grade lowed CALL AND GET PHIOES wwfrWfrmwCI3wwfrw4HWwm rtT7AT3rLT D XtJXAJl OVlt Â¬ oti on Allays irritation nnd gives refreshing sleep Dr Fenners Worm Syrup RrouchtlM worms from our child SlrsShorickElldnO X Dr Formers Soothing Syrup i which he Is selling ar lower prices than anybody BIG COUNTERFEITER CAUGHT rrIenner8FAMiivSaltHheumOlntment oeoc soOfrCofrWev B1iJ a rnrcliac of him and save money Captured at III iII WHEN YOU WANT A WATCH Â¬ Â¬ Or anything in tho Jewelry lino lot mo know it I will fur Â¬ nish you goods worlh thomonoy and YOU Will liaVO OUAHANTEB mm at homo whoro you can uso it Rospoctfully T F HARP Â¬ TI IE JEWELER EZEL Morgan County Ky Â¬ Â¬ Tho biggest fools do not commit the ial greatest blunders is easier to make a congregation yawn than yearn A good newspaper It is the poor mans circulating library A patriot is apt to feel lonesome on political headquarters The farmer will find that high tariff calves take all the milk Never indorse as a partisan what you would not do as an individual It requires considerable originality to state an old truth in a new way Uoforo you can properly estimate oth ers you must understand yourself Â¬ takes a truly wise man to respect an opinion with which he does not agree It Maj Carter searched Harlans place and found a magnetic machine for plating the coin run by water power and a full counterfeiters lavout Philip and Nellie Coup who have been active passing Harlans gold coin wero arrested on the 8th inst They express their readiness to turn States evidence and there is lit Tho doubt of the outlaws conviction Coups have also served a term in prison John W for a big diamond robbery was the victim Murphy of Indianapolis Nellie Coup being employed as a domes tic at his house Harlan is also charged with being a robber a burglar and a per- Â¬ petrator of arson Ho has been uudor arrest many times but except in the one caso of counterfeiting tho evidence was not sufficient to convict Â¬ 2r J y JI PHILLIPS WITH LESS THAN HALFTHt PRICt OF OTHtR BRANDS PUREST AND BST W M KERR m r CO Iran AND lOlMIKKH IK Hardware Agricultural Implements I RONTON 0 SOLD IN CANS ONLY Yyfyj B 3j y JfflRjr m cav tft 0 makksaW COPYRIGHTS1 1 nmJL - Tho more independent a newspaper is the nearer it comes to being democratic would require a eeparato weather bureau to record the changes in public It opinion Tho man that undertakes unto himself is at onco both a despot In declaring friendship to bo but a name Napoleon betrayed tho egotism of his selfishness to be a law a slave and 100 8100 Howard The readers of this paper will be pleased to learn that there is at least one dreaded disease that science has been able to cure in all its stages and that is Catarrh Halls Catarrh Cure is the only positive euro known to the medical fraternity Catarrh being a constitutional discaso IruberKM nml Flower Wo naturally thinks of Labrador as a country associated with Bnowdrifts ice- Â¬ bergs with very littlo that is verdant or attractive On tho contrary it has nino hundred species of flowering plants fifty- nino ferns and over two hundred and 75 ceuta fifty kinds of mosses and lichens J requires a constitutional treatment Halls Catarrh Cure is taken internally tfMTDONT FORGET THE PLACE acting directly on the blood and mucous surfaces of the system thereby destroy- Â¬ FOR ing tho foundation of the disease and No 1 Custom House Block giving the patient strength by building tho constitution and assisting uaturo up in doing its work The proprietors have 4so much faith in its curative powers that CJATATO017KH HAZEL GREEN KY I INIJTKH 4 Anything tlmt can bo Ono Hundred Dollars for any IKTTiitIIKAIS Kotten ui with tno they offer lnk ntul piiiier cull lit enso that it fails to cure Send for list KNVKIOlKS of testimonials Address F J CHENEY THE HERALD OFFICE CO Toledo 0 Sold by Druggists -- A PATENT f For a und n honott opinion wrlto to I IJsN A CO who havo liml nearly llitryonra exporlunco In tho imtunt bualiiPM Coniraunlca tlonsMrlctly oonmiontlal A ilnutllioolc of In formation conoornliiK PnlnniN and how to them lent fruo Alto a catuloguo of median Icnl und cclcntltlc books aont free 1ntuntti taken through Minin Co rccolvo nnoclul notlcolutbo Hrlnullllc American ami tlma are liroticht wldclr bofnrotho public with Â¬ out cot to the Inventor This splondld paper iMued weokly elegant ly illuctratod han br far tho lartroitt rirculatlon of any icientltlc work In tho Saiiipia ooiUai ont froo llulldlnit Ktltlou monthly KlM year Vlnsle cople Vtl ceuta Kverr number eontalna beau- Â¬ tiful plates I11 colon and photouritpha of now lioiuon with planii eiiiiblln builders to show tho intent doiilitns and sicuro contracts Addres X NKW VoilK U01 lltlOUWAT MUNN m CAN I OBTAIN answor Live Stock SEND FIFTY Country CENTS roil A TAIAL MONTHS SUMCRirNON TO THC Produce Louisville Times -THC BHIOMTCrr AND BCST ArrCtlNOON PAfCH IN THC SOUTH w0r1JrYtir Latent Market Quotations Latest State News All the Local News Complete Press Reports LARGEST CIRCULATION IN THE SOOII 30000 CJO Or AND OVER DAILY OKIfTss J MONTH Vr kf Mall JNOi A HALDKMAN avs Manamr OS reiNTH AVKNUC LOUI1VILLK KKNTUOKV IIAZKL QHKEK KY A V v U4 4A fir f iili th cs o i M rrri-cM-B- wttaCWu fl P- 1 e i I AI A Boll of Clovoland Ohio William North shot iiiul killed Biiicidos in a Now York hotel Doputy Sheriff Goorgo Wilson on Waltor Walling an export bicy- Â¬ Editor Hooch Fork of Cumberland river SPKKOER 000121 i Anton Klnb killed hiniBolf in clist was killed at Ft Wayno Ind Sovoroign Grand Lodgo of tho 1 Now York bociuiso his wifo refused to givo him money to hot on nicos 0 0 F mot in Chattanooga today A E Bafalsky of Now York A poor canal workman a ohildrin noar Washington D C aro hoirs committod suicide in a Chicago to tho bigeatato of a Chicago capi hotel talist Lyman C Dayton died at Aber Â¬ Hon W L Wilson interviewed deen S 1 whilo his log was boing in Europe states that the tariff will amputated HAZEL GREEN KY not bo attackod in Congress this AI A Bell of Clovoland Ohio Thursday Sept 20 1804 win tor shot and killed himself in a Now VT Tdtin ntwl York hotol i iI i tin DEMOCRATIC TICKET Aloxandor Tyler brothers fatally A Chinaman narrowly oscapod shot each othor in a quarrel about lynching at Niagara Falls for boat Â¬ a fotco ing a wliito boy Brown general miuui James II Sovoral students at Wittenberg gor of tho Annapolis Washington Collogo Springfield Ohio myste Â¬ and Baltimoro railroad died at riously poisoned Annapolis Brooklyn N Y polico have a Tho Now York has broken tho youthful prisoner but cant tell Atlantic record western whilo tho whether its a boy or irirl Lucania broko tho record on tho Thore is a revolt in tho Republi Â¬ eastorn trip can party of Nobraska against T Aftor mortally wounding his J Majors thohoad of tho tickot wife tho poor victim prevented J II Stanools shot and killod Thomas Taylor from killing him Mrs Mabol Calvin and then com- self at Washington mitted suieido at Portland Oregon Ono man was killed and a mini- Turin Throe fourths of the Democrats For Congress Short bor seriously cut and bruised in a of Nebraska have declared for free Hon W M BECKNER row among colored crap shooters silver and for Bryan for Sonator Of Chirk County on a Louisvillo Southorn train VSEX KSnS JkXtX3 j t H i I t1 r For Congress--Lo- ng Term Hon JO M KENDALL Of Floyd County I whom ho found in his bedroom and dead who assaulted him and his wifo City Ind Frank Bell living at Hartford Mrs Millor of Kenton killed Jacob Pursloy aged lady assaultod a few ago by hor husband who suicided is A score of mombors of tho 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 pur Ohio tho days chase of 5 or over Â¬ J For County Judge 0 T CENTER i County Ticket I i For County Attorney A 0 STAMPER For County Chrk J II IIOLLON F Sheriffv A T COMBS - For AbhcbhoY JEFF M ROSE For Jailor For Coroner JAMES PELFRY r JOHN It HOBBS Ninth Pennsylvania Regiment aro sick SATURDAY from drinking polluted water at Sherman Cox killod his wifo noar Gettysburg Gallipolis Ohio Mrs Alico Ilartloy was found A colored woman of Indianapolis guilty of murdor in the second do claims to bo PJ3 years old groe at Reno Nov She killod Two cranks make threatening Stato Sonator M D Foley visits to Governor MoKinley physical director Benjamin Evans an Ohio Popu of Irving W Larimore Moines Iowa says Y M C A Dcs ulist goos insano ovor politics he can conscientiously recommend Cham II Mansor brakoman thrown herlains Pain Balm to athlitcsgymnnsts from a C 0 train and fatally hicyclists foot hall players ami tho pro fession in general for bruises sprains and dislocations also for soreness and stiffLawronco Station Ohio is with- Â¬ ness of the muscles When applied he out water from streams springs or fore tho parts hecome swollen it will effect u cure in one half the time usually wolls required For sale hy J M Rose v I - i t 44l I I A hurt y ii i NEWS NOTES i Goo I j ovor tho prico of a cabbage at Ada Fill DAY Tho gold reservo is stoadily swell- Â¬ Ohio D P Smith president of tho ing Duluth railway died in Kansas Gov Altgold pays his first visit City Mo t6 Now York City laid Minister Don by will romain at Unknown man murdorod andMos- Â¬ along tho railroad track noar tho China mission cow Ohio Judge Daniol Scully of Chicago Charles A Southwiek of Louis- Â¬ dios of pnoumonia ville Ky was killed by cars at Se Tamos Barrott murdoror hanged dalia Mo at Eddy Now Mexico James Wharton lost a pockot Tho colVoo crop of 1894 ostimatod book containing 10000 noar Mans Â¬ tho largest over known field Ohio White caps Hogged a man and Mrs E Phillips of Montieollo woman at ML Oob Ohio Ky killod herself by jumping Snow foil at Omaha Nob fol- Â¬ into a woll lowed by a heavy rainstorm Joseph Flotchor was out to pieces Secretary Carlislo decides that by cars at Monarch Minos near salt usod in fisheries is still froo Brazil Ind New York Tho Capac arrives at Jamos Shoomakor victim of tho from Chili was on firo ivo days at Mount Orob Ohio whitocaps may sea not recover Warm scones at tho wind up of Fifteen porsons injured some fa- Â¬ tho Brockinridgo campaign in Lox tally by a runaway at a funoral at ington Irondalo Ohio Two mon dio from drinking liqur Eight porsons badly burned at sold on tho Ponnsboro W Vn Hudson Wis by tho bursting of a fair grounds couple of oil tanks colorod was hangod Ilov Adams lion B A Enloo ronominated atllopkinsvillo for tho murdor of for Congross by the Democrats of Ott Campbell the Eighth District of Tennessee his Eugono McCarthy murdored Mrs P L Shidlor of Liberty mothor at Olovoland Ohio by cut- Â¬ Ind foaring she was losing hor ting hor throat roason took a fatal doso of mor Â¬ Median was shot in a fight A GLOBE TROTTER York Hoy Trnvols Around tho World Without a Out The Norwegian steamship Forbuna from Java landed Arthur Vincent a Now York hoy at Philadelphia on the 13th inst who has circled tho glohe without a cent of money He left New York two years ago at the age of 1 and tho testimonials he has with him aro sufficient proof of his travels The hoy shows evidence of rough experience and is almost destitute of clothing When the Forhuna reached the hreak water Captain Christopheisen sent ashore at Lewes Del and hough t him shoes and a suit of clothes Vincent is lad a strong healthy looking He is reticent ahout his travels After the cus toms officials pased him he took the first train to New York Vincent eamo on tho Forhuna at Port Said Egypt with letters from tho American Consul asking Capt dn PlnophfM son to take him on hoard Shce Vincent left Now York he has visited every country of interest and civilization lie went overland across America to San Fran cisco and visited tho Hawaiian Islands Whilo thero he was entertained by the deposed Queen whoso photograph he carries Written across tho photograph in her own handwriting she wishes him godspeed in his travels In Russia he claims to havo been en tertained hy tho Czar In fact through J II Fisher was killed at Hall phine out his travels ho says ho was treated in wood Vn by William and Arthur Democratic conventions at Ha a moit courteous way Tho boy bears brothers Wright vonmi Youngstown and Findley with him innumerable testimonials from Enoch Davis who murdorod his Ohio donouncod Brico for treach Â¬ Consuls in most romoto regions where ho wifo at Ashloigh Utah was shot to ery toward tariff Moat of his travels were by has visited doath by soldiors Charles Baker was hurt noar Mas bu ho covered thousands of miles Associato Justice White is hunt- Â¬ sillon Ohio and a bulldog sooing water by railroads and has novor onco been ing a homo in Washington for his tho blood mutilated his body bo ejected when he mado known his object yond recognition bndo that is to bo On board somo steamships ho stowed to Airs America Allcorn wont from Susan Johnson was crushod himself away and was mado death at Allianco Ohio by a tomb- Â¬ Shephordsvillo to Louisvillo Ky but never was ill treated to work hard hus Â¬ suicide 1 Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ A Now MERCHANTSftJOBWLOTWHOUSE W- iWHOLESALE ONLY 137 and 139 Race Street Biff Drives in Cincinnati Ohio o GSiCT0SC Bfmm I HAffS LisLjjjJf HffO I jBHPSend for our Prico ELECTROPOISE T CURES DISEASE ropoUc gave nu complete leliel from exi rueiutiiif pain in tlueu applica I also fmil it good for tions treating eliil tlren for their numerous ailments 0 T Snilen with Hiidyeford Co Louisville Ky Kl etM w IF YOU want to learn m 1HHWIT and become a competent The TELEGRAPH OPERATOR jCit Writc t Â¬ Â¬ Mr 0 Y Flint of Skylight Ky says suffered for years with my kidneys in Humiliation of the bladder and enlargement cf the prostrate gland After a short tiial of the Kloctropoise I am entirely relieved ami feel twenty years younger I have derived more benefit from the use of Klectropoise than from all other remedies combined I think it the grandest invcii tion of the age It cannot bo praised too highly Mrs M K Gorman Sadieville Ky I JUAtwu TON KY 2 IIW f wmwm STORE Opera House Block stone falling on hor Ex Senator Van Wyok of Ne Â¬ braska bogins housokooping in a church in Washington Colonel Phil Thompsons daugh Â¬ ter to bo woddod in Secretary Car Sam Ogilvio a prominent young S000 worth of stamps Two pos Â¬ man was shot and killed at Pa DINGPELDEK tal inspectors from Philadelphia ducah Ky by a burglar WITH aro working on tho case Frod Millor 70 years old fatally assaultod his wifo at Kenton Ohio J M Havons jowoler has locat- Â¬ thou jumped into a well ed in Hazel Green and will bo Importers and Jobbors of Chaunoy At Dopow has arrivod in found at the atovo of John M Rose Bring your watches and fiuo jowol DRY GOODS Now York and says ho will not bo AND NOTIONS SUNDAY for Govornor ry to him for ropairs IIo is a a candidate Bruokiiiridgo will contest first class workman and guaran Â¬ Nos 637 530 and 5J- lLoon Black shot and killod Alox j at Waco Texas Diphthoria causes muchalarm in tees his work at the most reason Â¬ lfrocl ft merchant -- West Main Street able pricoa Indiana towns tf inadiBimto ovor an account LOUISVILLE KY lisles homo October 111 Her and committed band abused hor Four more arrests wore mado of porsons charged with complicity in tho lynching of six negroes noar Alillington Tonn George Moias and Charles Rich ardson wore fatally hurt on tho falls of the Ohio noar Louisvillo by tho capsizing of their skiff Capt Win H Bridgoman of the Unitod States steamer Baltimore diod at Tacoma Washington of Asiatic favor ooutraotod in Korea of HnrboursvHle Tho Kloctropoise is tho bestall round doctor I know of My wife suffered from the effects of lagrippo for several years also a complication of othor ailments Now she is entirely well Indigestion bothered me a groat deal am now well One of my neigh bors is using it for lung trouble and reports You can roliove that headacho you improvement havo by buying n box of Megrimine at As n curative agent tho Klcetropoiso can Thk UciiALD office It will only cost not be equaled Nearly 1000 havo been 50 cents and is sold on a positivo guar put out from this oflico in the last three antee months Tho post ollico at Scranlon Pa DU 110IS WEBB was robbed a fow nights ago of COP Fourth Avenue Louisville Ky Ky Â¬ John H Davis Esq LEXINGTON KY A new and carefully select- K Â¬ ed Stock of tho Â¬ P ATEST STYLES and at prices that defy competition Como and see us Â¬ Hespcctfully Mrs MAGGIE JJ BipMortonKo HOWARD PHAULES UIIL U with y Co REED PEEBLES WHOLESALE Dry Goods PORTSMOUTH Notions 0 V v - H t6au mm na MVTmarrjnwni tiwtftjiwiiiiuiwiiikmmigiJnwiiMrfJJJJJJiuiyiiALuiiiTAwiJt-wji- - wjuiumjitiiuiinuiwiwiijin a i Vh en route to his homo in Elliott county Ho is tho father of Dr 1J D Cox ami P D Cov of our county nnd though So r For Sheriff 12 W KY Wo nr nutltorWod to mmoiutco SAM years of ago rides horseback with us lit n niVInlP WSn- 0aTRogulftr Moals 25 conta Monla to ordor nt nil hours Breakfast from 6 to 0 m Dinrawr ttrnm fntiguoas hundreds of men not half ll Wnlfn tint will nf tie nitv militmit 10 u m to 0 p 111 Suppor from 5 to 0 tlio people at the polls III November ISO J so old Mark McClain an old Hazel Green boy JtoTHlS PAPER In nil homo print and If yon want all who is now living at Decatur Illinois is GTJB Xd7XOABO flie looil thiuns It contniuo vlsitinir relatives and friends hero Jlo T1W rflia GV5ry armljf0il Ch01 Iw bucn in Illinois for the lastfow years panes tho foil will find nil tho and was r a long nine cierK 111 me uui poiioni iiouso lustsununv There wore in JooaliifflvA tiiai vjuv Some time miico ho attnednnco about 1000 people all of road olllco at Pari as fore- - whom seemed to enjoy themselves most Circuit Clerk Vans has our thanks concluded he would like a run cU delightfully especially the wooing par- o for a list of jurors ndotlurcourtcourtcramonnmomnveulne U n --v The position leads 10 that ties n good shower of rain in We mict gaged at unit o O lies of engineer in time and we hope some the morning but ovening turned out 0 Heiskell Sally and his son living near day to record that Mark McClain has at- - to be grand Tho meeting closed with Hazel Green are both very lqw with tatned that distinction about 10 additions to Christian unity o fever WTFIRST TERM BEGINS MONDAY SEPTEMBER 3 jTM Kendall tho Democratic Uov irWllri1 w hoUX hi cxt funeral Hon wlinB Elder J T Pieratt will preach at the nominee for Congress from this district Srvo 1mt one me bc0v A complete Faculty that is in sympathy with the cducntional interests of r7 y on tho fourth Sunday in school house on the head of Stillwater spent the first of the week in Campion U Eastern Kentucky H next Sunday i where he wasattendinir to some law busi- - UIS Studies in all departments of school work curried 011 Mrs Dr Kash of Hazel Green was KxiKxsks Fon Twenty Weeks William and Jack Ponce of Holly nes and shaking hands with his many one of the happy recipients of Howards 1 00 Matriculation He arrived hero Tuesday night wcro visiting their uncle J F Wood of friends JO 00 Hoard meeting Also young Dr Kash and his and called on us Wednesday morning this place lust week He is sanguine of most handsome girl Miss Maugie Casidy while en route home i IJ llolllllttfttt Harlan McClain who formerly lived Music per lesson of your town took in the meeting 35 success and from all we can learn his One half payable in advance here is now farming near Hutchison J M Pieratt is beautifying his situa hopes are well founded Mr Hopkins Deduction lor sickness protracted two weeks or more Station in llourban county tion by having a good plank fence built is hardly in the race though he is making Free scholarships to one pupil from each of twenty counties Joe H Turner of Mt Sterling repre- Â¬ a still hunt and hopes to slip up on some around his home premises Knroll the first day and apply yourself and you will join with nil in say- - Q A T Pieratt hsd Dr Howling repair senting J 11 Lewis of Uoston Mass was votes that way Joe will be the man iug Ilizcl Ureeu Academy is the best and cheapest school in Eastern ing the platform in front of his store on KiMituukv registered at the Day House last night Dave James of this place on Sunday last Monday fl tsu ii liureius or tuaniiuns unvc iiauiiiisrs uiev want 10 nil in a nrsi oiass The following is a list of attorneys at presented us with a cabbage that ij n cu Â¬ accomplished young Mr Uice and his 4m tlrst gradu school tlicy should write us for particulars heloro arrangint to Vc can educate vountr men and voiinc women for uliout Tt consists of four stalks three wife of Louisa are visiting relatives at sAJ send elsewhere tending court W L Huist ZT Hurst riosity We will compare with any of tg HlueKrass Jn half what it would cost in the Uyrd T C Johnou and A II branchinir from the main one and on this place A F J Vjy them Send for Catalogue for particulars Stamper each of thee is a perfectly formed and ickell a very pronu Elder Andrew ch and VfvT Dont forget that it takes money to developed head of cabbage as firm itoi- - nent citizen and Christian gentleman at- tenjPI tl0 annual meeting on Elk Fork run a metropolitan newspaper in moun sound as ever seen His little boy n oy rflP SVS3rv lie brought them to our olucc and nis guiuiftv 1 tain town so come in and pay us that L vs Jvzo eyes sparkled with the delight he seemed MifJ acii0i Niekoll 0110 of Morgan subscription you owe us Do it today to feel in owning such a vegetable ouri j countya mo8t refined young ladies and The following is 1 list of grand jurors osity Mr James will also accept the gcjlool t0ftCer8f Wl3 8udn smiling on last John White S D Cox Ward Watson thanks of the editor and his bettor- - for Sunday at meeting From the matrimo- Henry Pence Jas Spencer esq Ira G a very lino cabbage that found its way nln sky tj10 chickons had better keep Prollit Samuel H Swnngo Jno D Kin and it was the first we themselves in tho collar for a wedding 0 the dinner pot caid A C Kash 0 W McNabb and have had this season is in the wind and almost on hands Thirty Professors and Instructors Eight Courses of Study as James James llev South colored of your town Wood Dunlap an imported Republi Â¬ passed through here yesterday follows Agricultural Sciontific Biological Civil Enginooring Me-Â¬ We are requested tonnnouce that there can from Lexington addressed the people Tho following is your scribes politics chanical Engineering Veterinary Classical Normal School County will be a union meeting at the Murphy nt Campton on Monday on tho issues of Kiss mo one time Board in dormitorios 256 poc appointeos received free of tuition O little Sunshine school house on Grassy creek on the the day and among other things conweek in private familios 850 to 4 For catalogues apply to Just hi the mouth fifth Saturday and Sunday in this month vinced his hearers with tho idea that ho JAS K PATTERSON Ph Dt President O bright siiiiny South Dinner on tho ground Sunday All de- Â¬ should read more or talk less Socially is what they say about Tm Hen This LEXINGTON KY nominations arc invited The Hkhald is a paper indeed he is a nice gentleman as was his father aid that every body should take and read It James H Swango the young orator before him whom thceditor of this paper is comfort in time of need will in a short while enter the Center knew while yet a lad in nankeen trousSight Seek College Taw class at Danville and com- Â¬ ers but as a politician Mr Dunlap needs Do vnu have headache dizziness drow 5 plete a course in law Ex Gov Proctor to readitvhde lot of statistics Or he siness loss of appetite and other synitoms Knott will have charge of tho law de- could perhaps overcome this difficulty of biliousness Hoods Sarsapunlln will partment and we expect Jimmie to by speaking among strangers where they cure you emerge from that famous old institution are not so well posted as in this neck 0 A TllIUUTU the voods Come again Wood when as a full fledged limb of tho law To the memory of Miss RosbTkimwk you know more and you will have a good who departed this life at Hazel Gieeu Charley Duty representing Curry Tu audience Ky Monday Septcmbor 17 1894 in the Norwood wholesale grocers of nis s on s acknowledged to he a Var m H rniT Y YT Tl rV A 7 f paper published in Kentucky Subscribe nowthe best local Joseph P Rose of Lacy Creek is one 3Sth year of her age 1 I and secure H Hi r Lexington was registered at tho Day f all the good things it will contain this year The subject of this sketch had been a A 11 of the progressive farmers of this section House last niuht Mr Duty was for a in stock patient sufferer for several months pre while editor of tho Fiemingsburg Ga ns is evidenced by his success here vious to her demise suflerings which zette but was compelled to abandon the raising At the fair recently hold were borne with Christian fortitude and ACADEMY OF THEJISITATION business last spring on account he was awarded two or three premiums all that the skill of physiciansaud loving newspaper in Mt and willing hands could do to alleviate of ill health and even now he is only a on fine cattle and at the sales -Sterling on Monday last tho cattle pro- those auHerings and nurse her back to shadow of his former self health was done but to no avail Tho FOU duced on his farm brought tho top Mt Almirnbilo3 Whito Sulphur Ky Judge Ked wines charge to the grand market price We have always contended fiat of death is inexorable and thore is no appeal from the great law which W8 This institution under thu direction of jury on Monday is said to have been one that it is just ns cheap to raise good cattle dooms us 10 die wo nourisn una iauo the Sisters of tho Visitation It V M 1h sit of tho finest ever delivered from the as poor and if our readers want a prac- Â¬ as the leaves of the forest and the flow- Â¬ uatcd in a healthy and beautiful loealty of This school now at the head of Colleges the well known Hluo Grass llcgion Ho is a model Judge and only tical test of that theory wo point them ers that bloom wither and fade in a day bench for Young Ladies in Kentucky offers tho Here the pupils enjoy the comfots o fills the predictions made by The Hkk to the success of Mr Rose in proof have no frailer hold upon life than the best advantages to parents wishing to edu home far removed from the distractions of mightiest monarch that over shook the cate their daughters well May he Cattle raising is the one thing that our a citv and can consequently with greater AM when he was first elected earth with his footsteps Generations Comfortable rooms good fare aud the best facility avail themselves of tho advantages continue to grow in grace and no stain farmers could make profitable but they of people appear and disappear and tho of teaching Prices moderate afforded of a thorough education For catalogues or information write to TurniB reasonable Music Crayon and evor soil the ermine of his official posi can only do so by raising tho best aud multitude that throngs the world today Painting extra House is heated by steam tion or personal honor is tho wish of a we do liopo they will turn their atten- will disappear as footsteps on the shore REV C POPE President apparatus For further particulars uddri sv Wc seldom think of the great ovont of host of friends tion to tho matter Good cattlo always death until tho shadow falls across our SistorH of tho Visitation B T M MILLKllSHlHG KY 1127 The following is a list of petit jurors have and always will command good pathway hiding from our vision the faces of loved ones whose living smile BARRINCER H IJ Pailey John M Terrill Joseph L prices JUDOK AMOS I1AVIH WliST MHKKTYjKY WITH Death was tho sunlight of our oxistenco Tired Weak Nervous Morris Felix Pence Elias Shockey W WITH is the antagonist of life and the thought O Perkins JohnH Drake Robert Mc Means impure blood and overwork or of tho tomb is the skeleton of all feasts Cowan W E Buchanan H 11 Little too muck strain on brain or body The We do not want to go through the dark only way to cure is to feed the nerves on lead to Green Taulbee Win Hollon James P pure blood Thousands of people certify valley though tho passago may to fear MANUFACTURERS CLOTHING Paradise Miss Roso seemed not Co Bush D B Kidd W L Hurst jr T B that the best blood purifier the best tho future Her sincority integrity Successors to Carter Bios OO Wont lmu l Struct CINCINNATI Chrisman Thomas Combs O J Terrill nervo tonic and strength builder is purity simplicity goodness love for her Importers unci Jobbers of is The trade of Kaitern Kentucky merchant What it respect fu y solicited P D Tolsui W T McNabb Jcptha Hoods Sarsaparilla do for you has done follow creatures her honesty of purpose Hoods her benignant heart and hcnvenJy soul for others it will also Geo S Terrill and James W cures Williams nil united to perfect a mortal existence Napier Hoods Piils cure constipation by re- which impressed those with whom sho DKALUIl IK Rov J A Howard the mountain boy storing peristalic action of tho alimentary associated with the fact that sho feared AND not tho grave preacher is preaching to crowded houses canal Tho end of such a lifo may well attract Hardware Iron and Steel LOUISVILLE KY What Sight Sour Huh tu Suy Ho is an interesting in Morgan county tho attention of tho community in which Patronage nf the mountain merchants is I just tell you Editor things aro bIio livod and cause them to recall for talker aud makes many friends wherever LEXINGTON KY most respectfully solicited Did you edification her noblo character aud vir- Â¬ Morgan county he goes Rov Howard is only about 27 booming in well worthy of years of ago and has been preaching know that Morgan county is going to tues for her lifo was one member of the a railroad from Canoy Coal Fields emulation She was a since ho was fifteen ears old We un have JAY-EYE-S- EE And its mighty windy Christian church having given her heart derstand that thero is 11 movement on to Morehead in GodH kcopiug moro than twenty years juu utiuiu wiu iniiiumi HCO foot to get him to como to this city and ItUUIIl 111m Mr J I Cask Hickory Grove Farm home or jjiyrcyoHW uucino wis says i Anoriryiua Morgan county must voto 25000 After a few imprcssivo remarks by Mt Storling comes a sories of meetings hold cvory known romody 1 romoved a largo Hunch 3 I railroad tax to help the railroad company Elder J T Pieratt her remains wore coi of two years stand wr from a U year old lllly X Gazotte s with three applications or of j ncro the t re bridK Mid Henry L Godsey wator on their route borne in favor of Our young friend villPO thnv wcro consigned to mother 1 IHCN 1 1 WffinlBEr is homo from Washington and his smi Â¬ tho tax while a majority is against it and onrth a largo concourso of sorrowing ltlathoboiitnropnratlonl liaveevernsed or heard 5 ling countenance was like a ray of sun the thing is beginning to blubber liko it roinnves aim inuiiu ucuig in nuuim- X of 1 heartily rocommoud It to all Horsemen frionds who hnd not was getting vory hot Wo want a rail- Â¬ mice shino to his host of We have hundred 0 such tetttmental seen him for a year or moro After a road but if Morgan county helps to build Gone gone loved one gone to thy homo God hath recalled thee in thy youthful I rriw81rt9 perbettle Alc your dnuwlat for IU H rest of a few days he will tako tho stump it sho should bo one of tho stockholders bloom I iow not KWII It semi us vtc cuatuiw or saver or irwi 00s CO Whitehall N Y While wo aro weeping oer thy hallowed thad uabk A W II IDWY for Beckuor Kendall and the Democratic I think this is fair mound tickot and those who wish to hear eloOur handsome little jeweler and boss Thou art but sleeping till the trump shall quenco spout tortn m a silver stream newspaper reporter T F Carr is attend sound should not fail to attend each and overy ing Circuit Court at Campton this week Wash Your Fimo nml Foot one of his appointments is thoro to fahher dovolop his great IJo is tho finest pure whito So Clean Dr U J Cox one of tho oldest prac- - popularity as tho champion watch and soap over introduced hero It is better O than Cashmero Boquot for tho toilet ticing physicians in Eastern Kentucky clock fixer of tho mouutnius superior to Ivory for flno laundry and Tho loadintr Iioiibo for FANCY DRY GOODS FURNISHING aud a protninont member of thollockl Indeed thoro was a lovely time and a ahead of tianoiio lor tuo Kitciion une GOODS find NOTIONS SmciRi titration Alwnrys huvo Big Drive Sprine Association of Regular WiptwUt smiling timo at Kov llowarda meotlng caic0 10c 2 for 15o 4for 25c Sold at to Mail Ordora paid our oflico a short call Tuesday frhilo J which was held n a grovo near Wards this oflico only i f v CSS IlrSPP 333SKc3 j EqNTG XlSSSC KITCHEItf SHORT STREET LEXINGTON pjn luulimhwi r A vOystors Lamb Fries Fish and Chicken a Specialty fo i lV9Xt 1 tir I A7PI BlnLLL PRCEM UllLLll -- APAREMV nUflULlYlIa j SESSION OF 180495 1 Â¬ Â¬ j 11 fe Vntr Tt rflORTI tirT nMf w JgLl aVflN nw - State College of Kentucky Opens SEPTEMBER 10th 1894 m Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Dealer in General Merchandise on a Cash Basis - Lowest Prices Largest Stock -- J TAYLOR DAY Inn lAlilkniil ii Â¬ mmp Â¬ youngladies i W0W Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ WE Mr Dry Us NOTIONS Co Belt man Bros 1 1 Co Â¬ J T MILLER Â¬ wn JtftliTM Kwi SKI I UUIfliT 5 UiN M 165 Bfflffi 167 Race Street CINCINNATI iron v xt V a V trt A f tf V v jiBBBW7riT FREE WOOL i WHO IS THE SINNER I IRirSri trilfOM OOOFEK Editor THE IAN1 OF PKKTTV BOOK I know have saved And the pleasure for which wo grieve The khld words unspoken the promises broken Aud mnny a coveted boon Are stowed away In thnt land somowherc Tile land of Pretty Soon oi a Innil where the streets nrc paved With the things wo meant to achieve It le walled with the money we meant to j Us There nro unout jewels of possible fame Lying about in the dust And mnny n noblo mid lofty nltn Covered with mold and rust And O this plncc while it seems so near v J farther ftwny than the moon Though our purpose is fnir wo never get thorc f To the land of Pretty So6iu The road thnt leads to that mystic lnnd Is strewn with pitiful wrecks And the ships thnt have sailed for its shining strand Hear skeletons on their decks It is farther at noon than it was nt dawn And farther at night than atiijon O let us beware of that land down there The land of Pretty Hoon -Kiln Wlicclcr Wilcox LEXINGTON MINISTER BUNCOED N In It forFlvn Hun droit Thounitml Dollar The A Lexington dispatch snya Georgo Stnnberry heirH of tho lnte Rev a wealthy Episcopalian minister of this Thirty Other ailulMtri city lmvo discovered that before his Â¬ Â¬ kMP v ri m fcll - denth the reverend gcntlemnn wnfj fleeced out of 80000 and in their investiga tions discovered that thirty other ministers had Buffered to the tune of nearly 500000 Juat prior to his death Rev Stanberry went to New York and there met Algernon H Wilcox whoso head- Â¬ The quarters wcro in Philadelphia he had alirewd swindler represented that options on vnluablo laud in Minnesota and organized a company with a capital of 1500000 among tho stockholders being thirty clergymen ho roped into tho game Building and loan associations banks and other enterprises entered into Wilcoxs schemes and investigation just instituted by tho Lexington heirs oi Stanberry proves that Wilcox defrauded him of 80000 Wilcox led from New York and went to Chicago Ho was located there by the agent of tho heirs and a proposition made to com promise tho matter by Wilcox paying tho heirs 7lr0 Ho refused and es eaped being traced to Duflalo and sub sequently to New York City and ar- Â¬ rested at the instance of tho Lexington hoirs It is estimated that the entire amount Wilcox has obtained will reach 1000000 Jlov Stanberry loft here a vear airo for Gotham and became fasci nated with tho life of Wall street and frequently wroto that ho was in a syndi cate that would mako him as rich as Crojsus His heirs arc Colonel George Hell of Paris and Mr Hon D Hell of It this city and several other minor claim ants Some of tho transactions of Wil cox with Stanberry are proved to have beon so skillfully arranged that tho swindlor cannot be prosecuted for them but unless ho agrees to comproniiso the cntiro matter he will bo prosecuted to tho full oxtont of the law Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Soino loimloti 1IkUioh Ki if -- - j I T I 7 M rti nual session at Campton Ky Will you pleaso give it notico in your valuable All cxConfede paper The IIekald in Wolfo county aro sperate soldiers cially requested to bo present and all ex Confederate soldiers of adjoining coun- Â¬ ties are specially Invited to bo with us CltliiH Wnut CBVtrldK I have a promlso from Gen John Boyd ThoW indicator BepcatlngArms Com- Â¬ of Lexington to be with us pany of New Haven has completed an Indiana Yours truly order of 1000000 rounds of ammunition Ketul niul ltolloot Joseph O Lykins You may hlvo tho stars in a nail keg for tho Chinese government President and Commander Tho cartridges aro of 45 70 caliber and hang tho ocean on a rail to dry put tho O O Hanks Adjutant ky into a gourd and unbucklo tho belly havo been shipped by rail across tho conAt Cost Mrs F N Day will band of etornity and let tho sun and moon tincnt in about two oloso out hor ontiro lino of summor Tho order was filled out but dont think you can oscapo tho huts nml trimmings at Iobs than lies on tho other sldo of pur- Â¬ weeks placo that for yur ImlCr is understood to bo merely a cost rnthor than curry thorn ovor Tho order gatory if you dont Py trial one aud that tho Chinese Govern and now is your chanco to buy Fretty Tall Ladies trimmod hats Jacobs of Greenup county ment asked American manufacturers to bargains William furnish them with 100- - can now bo had at from 50 to onlimtf hlrin to is six feet six inclioa iu height aud has J 150 Givo hor a call 000000 rounds six feet brothers all over Â¬ Tho United States Pension Agent M V B Spoucor of Indianapolis Ind has upon tho request of Hon H O Boll Doputy Commissioner of Pensions for warded to that gentleman a statement showing tho number of now names added to the poiiBion rolls at thnt agency since March 1 1893 when tho Democratic party camo into power and also the num ber of yensioiiors whoso pensions havo liecn reduced in rato or whoso names havo been dropped from tho rolls in that atato sinco that timo These reports show that 3902 now names havo been added to the rolls in that state and but 1G5 havo been reduced in rato and but 82 dropped from tho rolls So it will be seen that less than ono to each county has beon dropped while an average of 42 new names in onch county has beon placed upou tho rolls and an aVerago of less than two to each county has beon reduced iu rato There aro over C8Q00 pensioners residing in the State of Â¬ Incremno In Trlco of tlioDoinoMlo Article Mn ClInMcock Given Her Vornlon of tho Since the lnMiiRfl f this Hoimto 11111 Affair Uscd for Filling nd Bxtmctiig Frco wool will make cheaper clothes Glasscock the de Mrs Carrio Brady Without Pnm or Danger benefiting all the people and will Incrcnso fendant iu the divorce suit in which Sen tho price of domestic wool benefiting tho ator Stewart of Nevada Is the farmer This may seem to be pnradoxl hns written a statement of her side York World but is of the case for the ltalelgh N C News cnl Bays tho New not Foreign wools aro needed for ad and Observer mixture with cur own wools in this counShe gives In full detail tho story of her T ni try and when their importation is di alleged relations with the Nevada Sena- i mished by a tariff duty the demand for tor beginning with her office seeking at American wools necessarily falls off Un- tempts in Washington and of the Sena Â¬ der high protection on wools flocks of tor promising her a position and loaning sheep havo gone down Already the price her money when the position had not Over Opera House LEXINGTON K of domestic wool has Increased in this been obtained Her statement after narD D S country since the passage of the Senate rating the Senators absence from the A month ago American wools sold city then goes on as follows bill BSTALL WORK GUARANTEED in New York and Boston for from 19 to He Senator Stewart was very cordial 84 cents a pound according to quality and friendly even fatherly toward me Sinco then the demand hns increased His venerable face prevented his demon and the prices now range from 22 to H7 strations of affection from being as offen cents Under tho McKinlcy law the rate sive as they otherwise would have been of duty on cheap woolen cloth was from He seated me on his sofa and inquired Tnt vnur first ontrv be a resolution 160 to 108 per cent and on dearer cloth after my health As I was still alllicted not to buy until you havo seen us for 89 to 99 per cent Under tho new with malaria he said he had a sure rem from bill it will be from 80 to 50 per cent edy which ho took himself Ho mado Tho tax on blankets was from 80 to 104 up a dose in a glass and gave it to mo to por cent It will range from 25 to 40 drink It put me to sleep When I On flannels the rate was from 85 to 104 camo to myself I found that he had taken It will be from 25 to 50 Womens dress advantage of mo I accused him of this goods paid from 87 to 109 cloaks 81 per crime and started to leave the office Uo You will run no chnnco Things cent and ready made clothing SO per pleaded with me not to make a scene are what they seoni cent All these will pay 50 per cent that he had obliged mo so long had There will bo no disappointments mmfSMA i vf 01 to 83 percent Carpets paid from given me money when my family were in store for vou l V7 ArJSl They will pay from 30 to 42J Tho same sick and I was in distress that ought ft is true ot other necessities so it will bo not to do him the great injury of exposseen that the farmer gains both ways ure He assured mo he had certain and MANAGER Tho price of his product is incrcased aud immediate prospect of receiving a per 37 N Broadway LEXINGTON KY his wants aro supplied with less money manent position for me with a large sal The now tariff bill is not as good as it ary which would place mo aud my childwill want to clean might be but it will save the people mil- ren in comfort uud beyond all want in As it is Springtime of course everyone house and must have lions of dollars and be tho stepping stone the future His promises and flattery to other and greater reductions of taxa- finally ovorcame my indignation and I tion consented to accept the permanent posiAHHUultitl the IMoxoeutor tion ho was soon to have for me At Bowling Green last week Circuit When I called again to receive the Court was in session and the courtroom appointment it was not ready but his Such as Bedroom Suits Cheap Bedstead Rockers Pianos was the scene of a sensational attack on promises and flattery were Ho had now you Organs Bureaus Tables Mattress and everything the Prosecuting Attorney Wednesday acquired tho power over me as I had find in a first class Furniture House We have the lar- Â¬ afternoon Charles H Moseley a saloon- not exposed him he could expose me can in Eastern Kentucky and our keeper had been on trial charged with besides I owed him money that I could gest line of Carpets Be sure to call and girl and not pay He persuaded me to submit to fs the latest and at rock bottom prices assaulting a thirteen-year-ol- d had just been acquitted by the jury him I was now at his mercy aud he see us when he left his seat and walked quietly could command mo as he pleased k around to whore Hon Nat A Porter Then follow details of money paid IbaEtyjiiML tJM fMML tho Prosecuting Attorney was sitting promises to obtain tho position and freand struck at him with a heavy walking quent calls at the Senators office One stick The attack was a great surprise oT his bank checks Mrs Glasscock says to Mr Porter and ho would have been which was found in my pocket by my taken totally unawares but that Henry husband aroused his suspicions and he WMEL Ragland the Deputy Sheriff seeing Mose then followed me when I went out and ley about to strike grabbed him and had others watch me He met me soon pulled him back so quickly that the afterward coming out of tho Senators blow fell short and struck the table room He created a stormy scene with In a moment all was uproar in the me and I realized the great shadows court room and but for the prompt ac into which I had been led and life no AND tion of Judge Settle there would have longer appeared worth living and but for been serious trouble as Porters friends my little children 1 think 1 would have were indignant at tho attack Moseley drowned myself claimed that ho felt so outraged at the Mrs Glasscock then narrates the bring scvercarraignnicntof the Prosecutor when ing of r suit for divorce by her husband he mado his argument in tho morning be and her fruitless appeals to Senator foro the jury that he completely lost con- Stewart for relief for herself and family trol of himself She says that the story was sent for her Moseley was fined 270 and given 00 to tho News and Observer by Frank days iu jail Daniels Chief Clerk of the Interior De IHttil of Noto partment who is part owner of the pa- Â¬ Insurance may cover actual loss of goods burned but At the age of 73 years Bishop William per is as zealous as ever in the work it does not pay for time and trade lost while re establishing Taylor Senator Stewart was seen concerning business PREVENT THE FIRE WITH A STEMPEL of evangelizing Africa though many of the statements of Mrs Glasscock but be his best men have died or been compelled yond reiterating tho charge that tho tfSPENCER COOPER Hazel Green Ky agent for Wolfe and to return husband and wife were trying to extort Morgan Counties ZfrCnll and soo tho Little Wonder Alma Tademais reported to havo lately money from him and to blackmail him finished his first great work Tho picture would say nothing The case he said is ono of a festival in ancient Homo and was iu court aud ho would make no Spring and contains more further statements before coming to is called 100 figures of celebrants and specthan Â¬ Â¬ JjJUE2UBfc AIM Best Set of Teeth 900 Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ cents Vitalized Air Administered 50 cents 35 Teeth Extracted Â¬ Â¬ w YA iiilii liiliiii Manager Â¬ R H HODGEN Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ l Benin ft T HI Carpets Curtains Hugs Oil Cloths Mattings jr hzsz mmrmw Â¬ HUGH HICKS Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ A New Carpet or Matting Window Shades or House Furnishing Goods that Â¬ Furniture at MASONIC TEMPLE Â¬ UTTW A Mt Sterling rrr wm WE Ky f OipiilL BUY Sterol F ire Eiiiiili SAVE YOUR HOUSE ffiOEL CHEAP SIMPLE Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ RELIABLE HANDY Â¬ Â¬ took nny medicine Lord Bosebery was an Eton boy and was more noted at school for coolness and assuranco than for scholarship He figured in tho crew but was moro fond of reading history and Parliamentary re- Â¬ ports than anything else Be What do you take medicine for cause you are sick and want to get well Tho Go died at 110 his wife at 101 of course Then remember Hoods Sar now respectively saparilln Cures young Goldsons aro No child 84 82 80 78 70 74 and 72 ConfiMlornto Veteran AnKoclutlim of Kou tiioky family has over died except ono of the u W Cox Camp No 433 in tho war Gecko grandson killed Near Bethel Church in Sycamore Unitid Coxfkdkuati Veterans Camitox Ky Sept 15 1884 Township S C lives Charles Brandt SruNCEit CooiEK Hazel Green Ky Ho has never bought Ho is 88 years old On tho 2nd Saturday in Octo- Â¬ Dear Sir a pound of corn bacon or fertilizers He ber 1S94 tho Confederate Veteran AssoHo never has never borrowed money ciation of Wolfe couty will moot in anÂ¬ Â¬ Â¬ tators Grandpa Goldson of Sulphur Well trial DEALER IN HARDWARE QUEENSWARE TINWARE And a Full Line of Agricultural Implements Mitchell Wagons Owensboro Wagons Aicuornneiv jiiiHiers ana Mowers luteley s bohd Steel Binders and Mowers rs kept in stock for McCormick Whitcley and Repaii Champion M achinery Granger and Tiger Hav Rakes Avery and Malta Double Shovel Plows 9 A The Best and Cheapest Cook Stoves and Ranges on the Market Queensware at Cut Throat Prices MANTELS AND GRATES I The Farmers Friend Mt Sterling Ky jr North Maysvillo Street 0 y 1 TRIMBLE BROTHERS JJE1 aKjHLJjMia is bl m five MT STERLING KY if s imp a ni nKmXMlltii i pfi inii JWiftrf nii MMIiljtmny 2 W1 lll H l I - mimiawm nnd b I V Rir-Haon-MS VVWMW CII PfEK XVIII w w --foi m-Johnsto- n- w - - CoPYRI0HTiaO2BYrfB LlPPINCqTJCPMPANX C0NT1MMD w tl A A 0 When tho lawyers had returned to the tavern Torrance said Dabney do you know sir that ever I cant bear to hear any more of it Mr Flint Then she roso and wont since you told me fully of the admis- sions made oy Carruthers Ive been into the house Well Mrs Bnlow said the go be hoping that tho case was as weve iui it to oe And did ever a villain twecn with a grunt I dont member as I ever knowed of a feller kicked more fully betray his own self As you quicker nor higher nor dryer If Id know Im not a church member but knowed it werent goin do notjliin but Im not more sure of my own exist git her feelins hurtedld a never said ence than that this world is governed what Squire Watson ast me and ruth by an Intelligence which is as just and ern have Hamuli kep out o the nice merciful as it is wise which in eases evenin ar 1 think Ill move on towards like this of the widow and child of a home I wanted to be dilieate and I good man uncovers rascality for the tried to be dilieate in the namin of purpose of beginning its punishment my messenge but I shall tell Squire here right here knowing that it wont Watson and he may tell Wile no use do to put it oil Yet in all my prac Â¬ tice I have never known rascality to its a lost ball be so foolishly exposed by its own per Mrs Enlow not without smiling apologized as well as she could for petrator Hut Im tired after my long Hannahs excitement and the old gen ride on an up hill and down hill rocky tleman took his leave To one of the and shamelessly worked road 1 must neighbors who was going to town on have a nap and to night I must have a talk with Rachels Saturday night I Monday he said know will suit him less than any If ynu happen to come up with Squire Watson and if you dont I wish other but with his interest in the youd step into his olllce and tell him I case you can manage a conference I say no use I tended to that busi dont care if it cant be had before ten ness dilieate as I knowed how but no or eleven oclock as to morrow being use a waterhaul out an out Hell Sunday I can sleep as long as I please See him and toll him that I wouldnt understand object to a toddy either here or in out of his back rooms Perhaps wed as CHAPTER XIX Silks aud Velvets Ladles Gloves Some days after the occurrences last well go to the old fellows den Step world Id let talk to me that way You Ladiis Huts Underwear Handkerchiefs Ribbons Ladies Toilets Curlig Iron mentioned Dabney went to Sparta and over and see Dabney thats a good know you are You see a man like Hat Trimming Goods Woolen Dress Whale Hones llronzlng Paints after conferring with Torrance the boy has asked me to take a GiiiKlMnis Liwns ito Sebe Whiilollono Casings Silk Laces black aud whito Dabney went and said that Rachels drink Torrance latter said Muslins White Goods with him Iioes Embroideries Ladies Slippers I must see Carruthers and I must could not well leave his store but that Veilings Infants dps Complete line of Hosiery His moistened ejes and the pathos Dross Shields Corsets Umbrellas Towels Elastics etc etc see that will before the meeting of he would be glad to receive both of in his words touched Rachols who Dress Trimmings court Dabney sometimes old eyes them in his own room at ten oclock or with instant compassion said Buy Your Hals 0 Mo and Got Thorn Trlinmod Proo 0 CUargo though they have to wear spectacles a little after Oh jou know I didnt mean to hurt My stock will embrace every article of Ladies wear in the latest style just from the All right my son said Torrance your feelings bo3 Im not n dcnjing can see things which younger from city as well as many other notions too numerous to mention I will also do DRESS- Â¬ Come about half past nine or sooner want of experience in searching may that 3ou want to do right Thatll do MAKING and will cut and make dresses to suit the hard time prices Most system of overlook Aside from Amersons pas- Â¬ if you like so we can have some pre- You look real sprj Come along cutting bv the Bmldinton Citttlin Machine which was awarded first premium at the sion for our client and that is natural liminary talk I must compliment you His handsome face and slight figure Worlds Fair 1SD3 rMiss LUTUV ItVWLIXGS of Covington Ky well and favora enough hes in a scare of some sort on the way youve worked up thisease which had learned to accommodate it- blv known to the ladies of this vicinity will be my assistant Your trado is respectfully of what I cant tell but I will find out Dabney That you didnt see what I self to his limping movement showed solicited aud satisfaction guaranteed Very respectfully His patronage of Carruthers is suspi- Â¬ sawthis evening is because af the un Â¬ to full advantage in his tasteful dressMrs FRED DAY cious and you must see that he is suspecting innocence natural to you ing Ho met the party with grace as taken care of by Rachels in the inter Id have been a happier man if Id had if he wore accustomed to such invita Â¬ im That Amerson had a purpose in the same This faculty of unearthing tions and strove not quite but ncar having the paper so copied I havent a j meanness is an evil one Do 3011 know ty with success to hide his embar- Â¬ doubt Its our business to find out sir that sometimes I compare myself rassment what that purpose was My theory as with a bloodhound and feel the ig The son of Ah cried Torrance Ive tried my mv dear old friend Lewis Carruthers 1 believe I wrote you is that he fraud- - nominy of tho simile i7 iilently substituted the copy for the verj best to have confidence in man the best of court clerks and as clever kind but I cant never had it when a a man as overlived in Millcdgeville or original when tho old man demanded A it for the purpose of destroving it It j boy This thing of knowing people is anj- - other town How are jott will be a new question whether such a the meanest knowledge a man can man of tnj age as a general thing Tho Safest Host and MOST RELIABLE Agency thing would be construed as a revoca- Â¬ have Go on now and let me take 1113 oughtnt to invito the young to drink tion but if wo can prove the fact nap make an exception in this one but Ill in Eastern Kentucky Kates Reasonable In well get such a hold on mens minds bootsless than five minutes his coat and case if you and Dabnej will join me Bure off and he was snoring regarding the scoundrel that wo can For long afterwards Dabnej-- used to Vibney pnd n vslt to h s cl ient in tell of that meeting at the Rig In- ASSETS OVER to terms outside of his pro force him posed conditions which a man of any order to make report of progress dian of tho instant and continued LOSSES sort of sensibilitj never would have which thus far seemed reasonably sat- - charm put bj- - the great lawyer upon otlered If I dont get to Millcdgeville Address A HOFFMAN Mt Sterling Ky the harmless weakling of the ease Friday night before court I will cerwith which while entirety respectful tainty the next day in time for a look of his feelings lie drew one after anin the ordinarys otlice other everything that was of any ENEMIES THREE He did not come until Saturday near value from his recollections of his re noon After dinner he with Dabney Rachels 1hcro arc with which tho weak peraon lations witli the Amersons repaired to the courthouse sat and wondered how in less than an generally lias to contend lie read the will carefully twice hours irregular and apparently un- Â¬ KY WINCHESTER WoiiK regularly consumoa his strength occasionally lingering at a word as if concerned chatting he strung along but often pays for whnt it takes hesitating what it was or what it together items individualty seeming N n WITHERSPOON President WonitY lights tho caudle at tho other Calling for the inventory 11 D HUNTER Cashier meant insignificant but gradually making a end and never pays at nil which Amerson had rendered in he chain ineomparabty stronger than ho Capital 20000000 DisiAHi ties his hands and deprives him looked over that as carefully then had imagined to be possible At the Paid up said in a low voice of power of resistance last as at tho first thoy clinked the Surplus 6000000 Dabne3 are you at all familiar with glasses and after an engagement to Who can number tho thousands This Hank solicits the accounts of mer Amersons handwriting meet at tho court an hour beforo its aud business men No Ive seen it sometimes and I opening tho lawjors took their leave chants farmers traders Eastern Kentucky OVERCOME BY generally throughout readily recognize his signature M j and shortly afterwards Rachols carried and offers its customers every facility t and 1 this mighty trio For years wo have The writings seem to havo been Carruthers homo the most liberal terms within the limits of fought tiieso consumers of life with lifes made by one hand yet in tho will it We could have gotten more- out of legitimate banking oetl8ly own weapon the air we breathe made Let me compare appears constrained him if we had needed to said Torstronger for tho combat by tho aid and longer them somewhat rance Hes not bad Dependence After so doing he took the will to a TOmtAXCE AND DABNKV WKST TC TUB and other things have made him shack Clay City national Bank skill of modern science Our window and lifted it between his eyes ling I am gratified to see that he COUUTHOUSB AND WAITKD COMPOUND OXYGEN and the sunlight outside Smiling ho doesnt understand Amerson Therell CLAY CITY KY isfaotory She had come to town and bo no difficulty in getting tho truth said called to Dabney and restores strength quiets tho nerves and Look over that thing again and was staying with a friend on Liberty out of him on the stand however reTor50000 oxpols diseases Faithful to the lead of doing as I have done say if you see street luctant he may bo to hurt ono who ho Capital Proof that will con vinco nil who reason rance he did not make known to her thinks has befriended him I thought anything strange is offered freo to all who suffer J F COX bid Dabney an Â¬ their latest discovery but in a modest best however to saj-- nothing to him of FLOYD DAY After doing as ho Cashier President honorable way endeavored to make what we discovered to day Itll bo Send us your address swered no There ho said almost angrily himself as entertaining as possible in well for Rachels to know it and I PALEN DRS STARKEY No Hank in Eastern Kentnoky has better putting his finger on a particular spot conversation partlj relevant to her asked him to come to my room vaults nor bottcrfaoilitlcH for keeping your 1529 Arch St Philadelphia Pn case and partlj- not He came to tho Youre suro of his discretion account Managed entirely by home people dont you seeShat word in pencil 120 Sutter St San Franqisco Oaf tavern in timo for a good chat with you say Yes well Ill tell him and who know you and who are always ready to Dabney Now I do said senior rl flu Kim th ft rrlnrious truo- - his Rachels is a person one can talk ho must keep it to himself till Mondaj-- noeommndato vonloan on reasonable rates rMonoy to got him as sure I wanted to impress the boy with tho beaming sun Weve Call on us with isnt he Dabney great scriousnoss of tho case You as God is in Heaven Now my lad you freely That he is You maj- - confer with saw how ho winced once or twice at step down town and got Rainer to come in entire trust what I said I intended to make his CiarK County with you Your legs are more activo himAll right then in his discretion man Flint trades hair riso a little then lot it lie down than mine The old The visitors were received at the en- Â¬ again Hell feel like its going to lift frequently doesnt he with him Covontiand Trado Slnrk obtained and alt lat trance of the allej-- to which tho prem him off his feet Mondaj-- It was well Almost entirely cut lUHlnin conducted for Moderate Fett MAIN STREET WINCHESTER KY entered Our Office Is Opposite U S Patent WKm Thatll do Run my son and bring isesAh Gus my good Rig Indian how to see him mainly for the purpose of and wc can sociiru patent In low time tbas tlM Poll liim that both of US tu 11 wo should handle him on JOHN W HEAN President deciding how w 1111 11V1V O remote from Washington 1 w ill Hcnd model drawing or photo wltk dwrtrJp the stand Theres going to bo no think it is important H F CURTIS Cashier tlon Wo advlno If jmtontablo or not U w So so Mr Torrance only a little trouble I dcclaro it touched mo to see conference of tho three was The ctiareo Onr foe not duo till patent It wf earo of poor A Pamphlet How to Obtain latwaU wKh brief The merchant smiled after a- jaded from having to takebeen on a bit tears in his eyes when I spoko of what Capital 200000 Surplus 100000 names ofactual client InyourHtat eetr was and what attesta- Owen Carruthers whos sort of man his father brief scrutiny of Mr Flints town eent free Address tton nnd promised to accede to the re- - of a spree with some money ho got un honorable name he had left It Undivided Profits 35000 got him in was every word the truth Heigh ho - from Mr Amerson Ive quest to keep silent what he had dis6 Organized 1805 being the oldest bank in OppetHe PatMt OMm WaM covered Yet later in the afternoon ho charge so as to not lot him miss court I i Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ mightly to know that you are in town and might do good if he knows you arc here After entering tho room Torrance began to talk in his usual deep bass tone on indifferent subjects After u J S3f few minutes Carruthers who wars on a TUBULAR STEEL MOWER bed in a room adjoining called to Rachels with latest improvements we call Tell him said Torrance Id like bim to take a drink with me attention of farmers to their great Who the devil is that talking in strength durability and light yburroom Carruthers asked Warned if it didnt sound in my very sleep lileo draft Sebe Torrances big voice Thats lust who it is - innn Our sales show that they are over to be ready for the Amerson case HAY RAKE unexcelled Send for Catalogue When he found out you were here ho asked me to tell you that hed like you WALTER A WOOD MOWING AND REAPING MACHINE GO to take a drink with him and Squire Dabney in my room Youre to have one more you know My Lord I didnt know the man knew me so well You see Gus Rachels that Im more of a gentleman than some folks take me for Why certain 13 of course Im glad I never took my last drink you limited me to booner Hand mo them clothes won t you Salty brought mo this ovoning iftw Is my face at all How do I look And my oj os do thej- - look swelled ENCLOSED GEAR REAPER HARVESTER AND BINDER tolerable clear Oh youre all right enough now Mb See The thing is to keep so lie assisted him in dressing the while cautioning him how to conduct 4 himself in the presence of tho distin Â¬ 1 hope guished visitor ending tints youll show Mr Torrance that 3011 dont belong to Wile Amerson Gus Rachels said the invalid while For the beneilt of the Indies fo lluzel Grcea anil vicinity I havo opened a GKNERAL being assisted in tjing his cravat I TRXISHINO GOODS STOUK at my reslil nee in Hiel Green ami will curry a com- j oure the onty man in this blessed pletelinuuf the following article which will be sold at the LOWEST 1MUCK3 viz havo one more drink alter awhile Ill find out before you leave if it will suit to talk with him to nfrht Im jrliul you came I got him seared at the idea of keeping drunk and being lined by the judges who would put Tihn in jail till ho sobered up It will help about OYcjcJt- - Im to let him WALTER AWOOD 1894 Always at the front in design siyic anu quaucy or our MOWERS HAY HAKES HEAPEHS and BINDERS -- ns -- W W REED Sterling Ky for prices 44 i it till 1111 Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ j Â¬ j Â¬ In msm FIRE W PAID MOWWMAW 1 Mmmmm LIFE ACCIDENT Â¬ 26000000 27500000 Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Wincnesisr M m WW Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ w j jiatioplBaiiR Â¬ -- EH CASNOWvtCO New nulldJNfl G tho county Collections made on all points and your business solicited A M Bailey n woll known citizen of Eugcno Oregon Bays his wiforhns for MAUPIN yenra been troubled with chronic dinrrliam WITH nnd used many roniedies with little relief until alio tried Ohamborlain8 Colic hardly worth while beforo Monday Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy which D town tho others morning nave you got him with you linn cured her sound ftnd woll Give it n WHOLESALE DltY GOODS do you mean What and have any of his senses come back trial and you will bo surprised at tho asked NOTIONS HOOTS SHOES Ac to tho to liinfv prompt relief it affords 25 and 60 cent Never mind do j ou coma 0ATLETTSDUOKY feflly JYes sir hes in ono of my rooms bottlea for salo by J M Itoae courthouse Mouday morning o Monday M T vino Tliai so mi iieviu 1 iiiuuu ivin see is in Mil- Seaborn Torrance I your heart Gus for your ledgevillo Uotween you and mo I erson Mess I wanted to believe hes the biggest man in tho thoughtful kindness havo a talk with Carruthers but some whole stato of Georgia Youre going to see some fur fly before ho leaves this thing has transpired that makes it nuilli m n kucwv t niKfnmnp I TO I1K CONTINUKI A Â¬ HI H CARPENTER UOTELLELAND Lexington S 1 JUIOOK8 Proprietor M Electric Elevator Hot Watr buahies we Ky t ceater wd dtHt ttwiwttAtllr plUi and Eleetrle Heated tkroHgaoatwith Lkrt Ci pjr aJaJ IJr WW5 I fm WOLFE COUNTY Qlllmnro GlrnnliiKn Born to the wifo of Andrew Htuldix jr on the 10th inst a girl Mrs Wm Fugnte who ling been ill with fever for aomo time is fiomo better MaryEIlRrpcrmo9tcottimonly known Aunt Polly Hnrper died of paralysis on the 12lh inst after nn illncas of nine teen days Slio was getting very old be ing about 88 and had been a consistent member of the M E Chinch for about 70 years Sho was the youngest of thir Â¬ teen children all of whom have beon dead many years Sho had five children and they have long since preceded her to tho spirit land but sho has several grand children and great graml children and many friends to mourn her loss Â¬ contract The jury finds for plaintiff Rudolph Childcrs against John W Chlldcrs for contract Tho jury finds for plaintiff Commonwealth against Mrs Julia ELECTION - NOTICE To tho Voters of Wolfo County Thoro will bo n specinl election hold nt tho various plnces of voting in Wolfo county on Tnosday the Bth day of Novomber 1804 for tho election of a Representative in tho Tenth Congressional District of Kentucky to fill tho va Â¬ cancy caused by the death of M C Lisle said day being the samo on which tho regular election for Congress will take placo This 4th dav of August J 804 DRAKE S W C GEO Â¬ THE BUSINESS WORLD IN MINIATURE vi 111 I i I I tr H ii I Hfl II Cottlo F 0 Arnett and Monroo Patrick went to Jackson last veck on business R F and Thomas Anderson went to Mt Stirling last week with a nico lot of Amos Davis representing Bottman BroSrofCinclnnati was horo last week Rev Charles McGuiro of Calaboose preached a very interesting sermon here Sunday and tho peoplo would like for him to co mo again Luthor Roho fell from a bush and liroko his collar bono last weok A irnw log rolled over John Taulbee last week and broke his leg Floyd a littlosonof Wm Tolson died of fovor Saturday Johnson Fork of Licking has several cases of fever John Elam and Miss Emily Bailey wero married on the 17th Dr W S Mnddox ofllciatcd Mr Tuttle representing Floyd Bohr Mr Baker representing Prenscr Wcl lonvosa and Mr Prewit representing Carter Dry Goods Co all of Louisville were horo last week and sold hoido good bills to our merchants And Childcrs for breach of pcaco Tho jury finds for tho Comtnpn wealth Georgo Komplin against J 0 Bryant for damage filed away Misses Folanccbco and Cann returned homo Saturday evening from West Lib erty where they had been attending the Teachers Institute and report a very pleasant time J W Childcrs and wife Miss Cann and Mixs Folanccbcc were in a carriage leaving Wards school houso Sunday even Â¬ ing and one wheel broko down throwing Misses Cann and Folnnccbco to tho Both were hurt but wo are Eight Years of Suffering ground Ungm Remub glad to say they are at their post of Porfoct Curo by Hoods Sarsaparilta Ioo City Lornln duty in tho school room Co Lowell Muss C I Hood Drs Maddox and Carroll went to Lou- Â¬ Wo havo trloil Hoods Sarsapa- Dear Sirs Miss Flo Childers is very sick isville last week and while there Dr rlllrv mid And it to bo all you claim for It My Miss Hada Childcrs is very ill this wifo wa3 poisoned by Ivy when u oung woman Maddox made application to tho Stnto week nml for eight jears was troubled every season Jilcdical Board for a certificate to prac Mrs William H Lawson died very tico medicine suddenly Sunday night taking at 10 and 0 V Iloso D N Wilson Clay Rose dying at 11 oclock She was in town with tho breaking out und tcrrlblo itching and 13 fladdoxJ Â¬ Ivy Poisoning By C C Hanks D S Traders Deposit Bank MT STERLING KY OAHTAii J 200000 SukiLUS 30000 J M G L BIGSTAFF President KIRKlATItlOK Vice President W W THOMSON Cashier E cattle Saturday E B May and C A Sample have been trying what money thero is in tho Mt Sterling cattlo market this week They havo just returned homo and say tho cattlo market was very good Wo re moctfullv solicit tliu husiness of mer chants limners traders ami business men generally throughout Knstern Kentucky A couiRitiMl Uli the SihU Give uh ill I thought hers was as bad n enso as irenernl uankiiit business done burning THE chance to send you n nnnic uook nay your anyono over had Sho was in this distressing vou money when in neeil condition erory year until sho began to tako checks ntul loan W Thompson Cash Hoods Sarsanarllla which has effected a per- Â¬ LCXiMLjiOii fect euro without leaving any scars and sho has had Hoods Cures A M Co lege Wikoless TEN CENTURIES OLDER In No Sign of tho Poison Slnco Sho is well and hearty I havo taken Hoods Sarsaparilta after the grip with good results and havo also given it to our four children Wo nro all pictures of perfect health and owo It to Hoods Harsaparllla J C Fhhbman Van dalla Illinois N II If you decldo to tako Hoods Harsapa rllla do not ho induced to buy any other Instead Dont IM VM v Ha School Mies XBa i 6 i i Dlncovnrloft ENDORSED by the hiphest County nnit State otlicials bvthe lending business nml An account of the scientific explora professional men of the country mid by tion of tho ruins of Nifler near ancient Hoods Pills nro hand made and perfect nundrctls of pupils who are successful in business Babylon which is being made by the In proportion und appearance 25c per box A KEVEIiATION is mnile to the pupil in American scientists under the auspices of Book keeping Banking Shorthand Typo writing Telegraphy Penmanship Commerthe Babylonian exploration fund which JOHN II TflULBEE PI D cial Law Arithmetic Grammar Spelling was subscribed by Philadelphians in 1S88 nml Business Correspondence as taught by lias been furnished tho Stato Depart- Â¬ OUK NEW AND INTKHKSTINO plan of ACT Â¬ UAL BUSINESS PRACTICE Used only in ment at Washington by Minister Terrell OUHCOLLiiUE belore winch the old theo- Â¬ The work of excavating was begun in retical copyrighted text book copying sys tem MUfeTgO 1887 and has been continued by Dr Pe-POSITIONS for its pupils are made a ters and Dr Hilpricht only tho former specialty in this school which promises to HAZEL GREEN KY From 150 to 250 the Commercial World the highest type of being now engaged fiQySurgery and obstetrics a specialty to tho hands of any but reliable efficient business men and women In tho Arabs aro constantly employed peoplo when you aro looking for GUARANTEED to be as represented or number of tables bricks inscribed vases J F LOCKHART monev refunded Wo aro the largest CLOTHING BEVABE of schools which do not do this in tho value of cuneiform texts and Send for beautiful illustrated Catalogue found the American enterprise is said to house in Central Kentucky and free For full rival tho explorations of Layard and make a specialty of 700 and 10 address particulars call at the college or EZEL KY Ninoveh Dr Ililprichtthodistiiiguishod Suits With every suit for Men C C CALHOUN Principal Assyrian scholar of tho University of HOWARD STAMPER 10G 10S 110 112 114 Thiiu Local 116 E Main St we givo a guaranteed lovor move- Â¬ ATTOUNrY-AT-LA- V William J Ilollon is in Breathitt Pennsylvania remains at tho museum at LEXINGTON KY ment dust proof WATCH AND the request of tho Turkish Government county buying stock CAMPTON KY 5TCost to complete any prescribed to translate inscriptions and arrange the White Hall course VERY reasonable E B Tyrn sold two yoko of oxon to Will practice in thu courts of Wolfe anil the CHAIN pmee tablets and other relics dating back to adjoining counties All business entrusted 140 Charles Swango for CO COX to our care will receive prptnpt attention J W Congloton and wifo say they en 1000 B Ctons of tablets sarcophagi and Iff Many LEXINGTON KY joyod their trip to tho Fair very much have already arrived at the mu Shorman Trent and Miss Cynthia the liko Constantinople and tho Sultan Ponco wore married on the th inst at seum at VICTOR B0GAGRT in recognition of the services of the Livery Feed and Sale Stable residonco of tho bridos parents G tho American professors has promised that HAZEL GREEN KY W Tyra oflicinting 1 tho University of Pennsylvania shall re Green On Monday tho 10th inst jriJ Douhlp and Single ceivo ono of all duplicato antiquities Kigs anil Saddle JIorses Hattons houso with ovorything contained 17 K Short Street Minister Terrell says that this enterprise for hire Parties convey theroiu was burned cd to any point on reason- revealed an antiquity of the human 5W tl irrr Y umm 5 - able terms KY John T Graham bought a colt of D has SSni a o raco nearly ton centuries older than sci- Â¬ B Ilollon lor 25 jlYI will also attend to all calls for auc had knowledge of before Tho re-Â¬ Died on tho 11th inst a little child of ence tioneering and Mlicit business of this kind Diamonds Watches and Jewelry ligion government habits of life and to Jtcsjiectfiillv Ac Georgo Moore of croup Reliable Goods Fair Dealing and JOIINMI PI Kit ATT a groat extent the customs of men who Mrs Green Brewor is improving Bottom Prices All Goods and Work re- Â¬ before Christ aro Wm Pen co who was mashed up by n lived 4000 years JAMES HOTEL M o 5 Guaranteed 5 2 vealed by the inscriptions which are now Jog is thought to bo some bettor i T B 7 u 2 i II Fourth Street near Mam f translated hero and being arranged Revs H F Dunagan and Henry Tay being CINCINNATI O by Prof Hilpricht lor will preach tho funoral of William Thus far 20000 inscribed tablets of t OHO WKlIiilS SONS MiinnKrH fg liindsaw at the Landsuw Grnvoyard on clay and stone havo boon discovered HAZEL GltEEN KY tho first Sunday in Octobor at 11a m OTho patronage of Wolfe and Morgan bearing inscriptions which includo prom counties solicited Thero will bo a basket dinner on tho Is the only firm in the town which han k U Mm ises to pay debts deeds contracts and dles the jufctly celebrated Shanghai ground records of important public and privato 5S StUlwntor SpnrUloH Ono tablet seen by Minister ovonts Swango started to Mt Sterling Torroll was a promiso to pay borrowed Hiram r a a from tho wholesale house of Sf Thursday with a lot of fino cattlo monoy with interest in shekels in tho James Noff and wife of Maytown were roign of Combyses i 5 BS3 Sh CM 1 1 tho guests of R M Cecil one day last Skliod With a Hook AkoiU ft PORTSMOUTH OHIO week Some time sinco n book agent who gave i ar When you want tho BEST footwear f iT Marion Govedon and Harry Torrell of Bost to bo had for tho monoy tho nnmo of GusSouthmoro was canvass give nun a can no ily horo last weok looking Grassy Creek woro ing Madison county soiling a history of for some cattlo for court day Kentucky Ho engaged board with a QOMBS UOUSE Kittio Combs wifo of I W Combs is farmer named Georgo Duncan near OAMPTON KY RKITKSKNTIXO visiting homo folks at Stanton and will Richmond and one morning his wife J B HOLLON Proprietor bo absent from homo jibout two weeks SANFORD VARNER CO and 85 in cold cash that ho had luid by Tho firm of James Rose has changed The patronage of the traveling public is for a rainy day suddenly disappeared wholesale ileAlcrs in hands 8 H Rose bought his goods and Tho book agent also loft at tho samo time respectfully solicited Table the best and every attention to the comfort of guests eays ho is going to sell goods cheaper than C9 and tho couplo wero seen to tako tho the cheapest for cash in hands Jim says train at Richmond for Cincinnati Tho A FLOYD BYRD ho can xnako moro monoy driving an ox husband pursued tho eloping couplo but 121 aud 123 Second Street Campton Ky team than merchandising Tho credit did not succeed in locating them ATTORXEY-AT-LAsystom will send a man whero Georgo PORTSMOUTH O Novombor elec- Â¬ Carson will go after tho KiUtnrft Kill Knell Othor Abstracts of title Airmailed collec- roJ1Mtfr11 f 8tern Kentucky is most tion if ho keops on At Gnteavillvo Toxns on tho 16th Connected with the law firm of Wood Day respectfully solicited Wo aro proud to say through tho col Â¬ hint a fatal street duel took placo bo Mt Sterling Ky in civil practice of The Hkhald that new life and tweon J L Goodman editor of tho Peo umns T C JOHNSON CO J it swanoo vigor has got into tho old Regular Bap Â¬ ples Voico and B O Armstrong editor Campton Hazel Greon Thoy aro having them a of the Star both weekly papers The tist prcachors JOHNSON SWANGO good church houso erected in tho gravo duel grew out of a personal controversy AND A FINER GRADE AT ATTOllNEYS-AT-LAAwhero tho old ono stood It is tho nicest in tho pnpora over the Ed Cash lynching in tho country a fow months ago Tho two men opened Will practice in tho Wolfe laco for a church houso circuit couiU Collections countv andnuule nromitly Chambers and Jool Govedon II ro on each other just as they mot in Nowton tfUCtS f Utl nolic short tho contractors nro getting 250 for tho front of Goodmans oflleo Tho lattor Third Race and Union Sts Frank was shot through tho heart and Arm- Â¬ building CINCINNATI O MOORE strong tho bowols both dying at once J MORGAN COUNTY MANUFACTURING JEWELER CnVy tho F00ls tat will suit vour WITH trade G Bcoman a bvHtander was fatally our prices nro THE LOWEST BEN WILLIAMSON Maytown MUbIIob appcial attention given to nail orders 185 E Main St Custom House Square CO wounded in tho nock by a stray Hhot W O Hill esq hold a special term of LEXINGTON KY Thuwday and the Gou John S Irick tho millionaira c liia court here last railroad and hank president died at Mt Competent workmen in our watch OATLETTSBURG KY cases woro disposed of I iMt ami Ulast Rock witbnut rock tamp- following ng sent for 25o Address Z repairing department Bole agency for South agaiuat J O Bryant for llolly N J recently T LEWIS i3eoKemplin Bend Plows to Cacy for these valuablo receipts v Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ tho Iliiiuun Ittioo According to TIiohu fif PPl BSTTHE PRACTICAL South roll eSMGE0N MTT Â¬ TR BSW DEEFJg A 4i GRAVES Â¬ J H PBERATT TV M i i -- SEP HaifaGliiiiFiiJewBlBi LEXINGTON SilHiV -- 1 - iitH I i Â¬ ST V -- ii Â¬ Johw M Rose u Â¬ Â¬ rr f If II If Js H - Boots and Shoes aaailH C P Tracy Co Z3 r If -- Â¬ ir L5 j a8t tt ti W W FYVIE KjliiTWWfltt 9 W i Â¬ -- LOUIS STIX V 2500 AND UP Â¬ Dry Goods NOTIONS Etc Fred J Heintz CD Hardware Cutlery TW0SECRETSloxss Ki i J A V X - rfisKsai X - fcJ 9