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V t rd ed J it Hazel IxR 3EN i i Siiuii v im i iiMw4t-wmo---tw- r mt FStodimrjm v r4imMii V TV 4 rpi V -- W Established March 4 1885 nnd Made Famous iu tho Colebratod Story of Johnnthan and Ills Continent Of ii Noisy World OL Hi JlvxtlJLjJLJ by Max ORell rv SPENCER COOPER Owner and Editor With Noun From All Nation LumhrlnR nt llln Uncle 100 iiy A YEAR Always In Advanoe TENTH YEAR JOHN Ho Will G HAZEL GREEN WOLFE COUNTY KENTUCKY THURSDAY DECEMBER 20 1804 WHERE IS DR KEYS NUMBER 80 QUARRELED Â¬ CARLISLE tho money in two packages and With His KILLING AT STANTON OYER A MISERS C0RPIE Probably bo Seloctetl as the Noxt A Foshts Dontist Disappears Wifos Honoy Doraocratlc Gondidato for Prositlont r I K a ii Tg 1 oloall Ithout tninp WIS ccipts Tho burning question in thoquiot Tho Washington correspondent of tho Baltimore Sun comments on town of Festus MoM about 80 miles tho probable nominees of tho Dem- Â¬ from St Louis is what has bocomo ocratic nnd Republican parties in of Dr Robort R Keys tho loading 1890 nnd thinks tho Democrats dontist nnd handsomest young man will certainly come west for their in tho town Dr Keys loft Festus Saturday candiduto probably taking Secre- Â¬ tary Cnrlislo as thoir choico IIo morning and so far as his nowly weddod wife and a host of admiring Bays Tho South has not since tho friends know ho has disappeared war boon considorod with roferonco from tho fnco of tho earth John Bell proprietor of tho load Â¬ to this subject Any suggestion to that ofYoct has boon dismissod por ing hotel at Fostus in conversation omptorily Now somo attention with a friend in St Louis said has boon diroctod to n man in There is something wrong down Dr Robort R Keys a whoso integrity ability and woll at Festus balancod judicial quality tho whole dontist 88 years old of Louisville country north south east and wvst Ky whoso fathor is ono of the has tho utmost confidence His leading physicians there camo to homo is in a state clnssed politi- Â¬ Festus about ton months ago to cally with tho south but ho livos practice his profession and oponed almost within a stonos throw of one of tho best equipped offices Cincinnati IIo had n record dur Â¬ ovor seen in Festus Dr Keys was ing the war against which no par- Â¬ a pink of perfection in dross and tisan clamor could tako efteSt Ho manners with n bon liommo that had tho tributo which was nover made him frionds thick and fast paid to any man boforo or sinco and ho did a good business from tho who has occupied tho sponkers start In October last Dr Keys told a chair of tho houso the unanimous testimonial of his political oppo- Â¬ fow of his intimato frionds thai ho nents to his unvarying fairness and was going to Washington N C to impartiality Ho is John G Car- Â¬ be married and thoy flung old lisle socrotary of tho treasury It shoos after him as ho boarded the was said in political circles today train On Octobor 10th he married that ho is tho choico of tho presi- Â¬ n widow by the name of Lowry in dent and that tho administration Washington N C and they at inlluonco would be usod in his be- Â¬ onco left for their Missouri homo half It may bo tho prosidont Tho brido has fhreo children but would bo glad to seo his cabinet is not yot 80 years old All was bliss for tho newly mar- Â¬ councilor his succossor but of course any statomont that tho ried couple and Mrs Keys hopo government patronago nnd powor fullv wishing to add to their homo would bo used for him is absolutely comforts had arranged boforo destitute of foundation Mr Clove loaving Carolina to havo hor real land is not tho kind of a man to estate sold This was done nnd tondor that kind of assistance and sho signed ovor hor rights to her Mr Cnrlislo is not tho man to ao husband who aftor communica Â¬ ting with the executors of the Low- Â¬ copt it It is said tho frionds of Mr ry interests was informod through Carlisle were very anxious for him tho Southorn oxpress company of to run for govornor of Kontucky St Louis that tho clork of tho noxt year Tlioro can bo no con Washington N C court held coalmont of the fact that ho Dem- Â¬ 923 subject to his ordor Previous to this however and ocracy of that stato aro sorely divided and injudicious or oxcop on Thursday precoding Saturday tionnblo nominations for state Inst Dr Koy called on tho South- Â¬ offices would probably ond in dis- Â¬ orn oxpress company people and aster Mr Carlisle it is said is not finding tho monoy thoro got tho man to unite tho party and tho cashior to send a tolegram to lend it to victory With this rec- Â¬ Washington N C for which ho ord nnd tho theory that nil tho paid asking whon tho money would southorn Domocrncy would porno bo sont Tho noxt day tho cashior togothor under him his claims bo wroto to Dr Koy that tho money boforo tho convention would bo was in tho oxpress ofFico Shortly aftor 2 oclock Saturday prossod It is nlloged by somo that Mr last backed by a lettor of intro- Â¬ Cnrlislo has made himsolf unpop- Â¬ duction from May Storn it Co ular with tho monoyod element in and a enrte blancho from his wife Now York city because ho has not Dr Koys prssontod himself at tho liko somo other secrotnrios of tho d3sk of tho Southorn oxpress of troasury taken thorn into his con fico and was paid tho 925 Since fidonco as to treasury policy and that timo no ono who knows him operations and givo thorn tho has boon found who has seon him IIo had beon introduced to May chance to add to thoir hoards This is tho elomont which contrib- Â¬ Storn it Co by a responsible party utes lnrgoly to campaign funds whon ho first camo to Fostus and t will bo n blessing so fnr ns this had boon a liberal patron of theirs ifl concornod whon nil campaign being markod Al on thoir books contributions aro ondod In tho When ho was in St LouisThurs timo to como wo will hear of more day before ho drew Ins wifes dowry enndidatos for tho Democrats and Saturday he called at May Storn it is possible somo ono may be Cos and aftor securing tho lot chosen who up to this timo lias not tor of introduction paid thorn a bill beon thought of Tho noxt Demo Â¬ of noarly 50 and it was seen that cratic convention will hnvo a most ho had quito a sum of monoy difficult and dolicato task to por Mr Boll says that Dr Koys was Â¬ form and Democratic loaders gen a strictly sobor man and both tho erally hnvo n doal of thinking to St Louis houses referred to say do that ho was clear headed nnd most Louisiana ranks drat in sugar stylishly dressed whon in thoir third in rice and Hsventh iu co places cv At tho oxproes office he was givon tou i A aftor carefully counting it put it John Klllon Goes Gunning for Wra Ches into n hand satchel of fine material ter ami Gots Killed Himsolf At Stanton ono day last woek nnd walked away Chief Harrignu was seen by Mr Town Marshal John Morton shot Boll and givou all tho facts and and instantly killed John Killon dotoctivQs woro ordorod to look out a log morohant from tho moun Â¬ for tho missing dontist His wife tains Tho story of tho killing as is wild with griof and his family recoivod horo is that Killon who in Louisvillo havo hoard nothing of had sold a numbor of logs to Wil- Â¬ him Mr Boll by way of sugges- Â¬ liam Chostor an oxtonsivo doaler tion said that a formor school in lumbor camo to tho town Mon Â¬ chum of Dr Keys also a dontist day for tho purpose of oflecting a now on joying a lucrative praclico sottlomont with Chostor Thoy disagreed as tp tho totals in tho City of Moxico had been for a long time trying to porsuado Killon claiming that Chester was Keys to come thoro and join him his debtor several hundred dollars and ho had often hoard Koys say more than tho dealer had stated how fast ho could mako monoy in Chester refused to rccognizo Kil tho Mexican capital Probably ho lons claim whoroupon tho lattor loft tho placo saying that ho would has irono there havo his money or Chesters lifo A RoTflDQOfnl Han llo consulted with sovoral friends Twolvo years ago in tho couuty and tho party adjournod to a bar Â¬ of Knox John Hurst and Sam Un Â¬ room whore thoy all got drunk der became involvod in a quarrel Thoy then wont in search of Chos- Â¬ and Rader was killed Jlurst was tor and mooting him on tho main given 18 years in tho penitentiary street ronowod the quarrel but was pardoned aftor sorving Chester seeing that Killon was Ho went back homo but drunk attomptod to loovo him eight Dr John Rader swore ho would whoroupon tho mountainoor drew kill him and Hurst loft and went tho log dealer to him and drawing to Jackson Dr Rader then re Â¬ his revolver said G d d n moved to Jackson and boastod that you Ill sottlo this account hero he would kill Hurst whoroupon and now As ho lovoled his re- Â¬ tho lattor moved to Loxington volver on Chostor Marshal Morton Ono night whilo ho was sitting in slopped between the two men and his store door he was shot and caught Killonsarm Killon freed nearly killed He recognized Dr himself and backing a few paces Rader and tho lattor was sont to fired at Morton Tho ball missod tho penitontiary for two years its mark and tho next moment About- two wooki ago Rader was found Killon cold in doath Morton pardoned and sinco then it is said having shot him immediately ovor that ho has sont Hurst word that tho right eye Chostor was un Â¬ ho will finish tho job Hurst is armed and loft tho scene of the afraid to go out at night and is difficulty as Killon fired at Morton arranging to soil out and go Wost Winchester Democrat in order tooscapoRaders wrath Latku At tho examining trial Winchester Democrat Marshal Morton was acquitted the - Danlol Keim Drops Dead at a Faneral Complications Follow aai Gormans Big Pull evidence showing that ho acted in Tho greatest printing ollice in tho world is in tho city of Wash Â¬ Tho Treasurer of Alien Couuty Misuing Several weeks ago the town of ington and is owned by the gov- Â¬ ernment Tho number of iis emp- Scottsville in Allen county was Â¬ loy-OS avoragos 2500 According thrown into a turmoil of excite to tho estimates tho cost of main Â¬ ment on account of tho mystorious tenance during tho coming year disappearance of Robort N Wilson will exceed 8000000 A bill now a young attorney of the placo At tho timo it was generally bo ponding in congress is designed to Â¬ instituto somo bettor mothbdsand liovod that young Wilson had comÂ¬ savo a part of this groat oxpondi mitted suicide in a fit of despon turo It has beon known for a long dency on account of his dofeat in timo that tho govornmont printing tho race for county attorney IIo hold tho position of trustoo ollico was an asylum for tho do pondonts of politicians of high and of tho jury fund and was also An exam Â¬ low degree but ovoryono was sur- Â¬ treasurer of tho county prised whon Congressman Coombs ination of his accounts as treasurer de- Â¬ in dobato tho other day raid ho discloses tho fact that ho is a was reliably informod that ono faulter to tho amount of noarly man a mombor of tho senate print- Â¬ 1200 It is not boliovod that ho ing committoo had COO appoint Â¬ usod tho funds of tho county with ees or about one fourth of the any criminal intontion IIo owns two houses in Scotts- Â¬ wholo number in tho govornmont printing olfico Tho man that Mr ville worth probably 1000 and Coombs had in mind was Senator as far as can bo learned had only about 25 or 130 in monoy whon ho Chicago Horald Gorman loft Some of his frionds are still Harat Badly Hart Hardla disposed to think ho has committed Wo learn that Hardin Hurst of suicido but the genoral opinion Stillwator Wolfo county received seems to bo that ho has oithor gone injuries a few days ago by a fall to Moxico or has joined tho regular from a horse which ondangqrs his army under an assumed name Ho livo His sons Richard Boono Jeft a young wife and ono child and Andrew with Mrs J J Baralars Ran Dewi Back his daughter of Jackson On tho night of tho 12th inslj are at his bodsido Jackson Ilust throo burglars ontorod the ofljco of lor tho Star milling company of Nich olasville and blow opon tho safe Seateaced to Hang William Taylor tho nogro who but mot with quite a surpriso as so brutally murdored Squird Da- Â¬ thoro was only 80 conts in the cash vid Doty noar Richmond on tho box The sum safe was blown night of November 17th has been opon some timo ago and since then sontoncod to hang Tho da to of no money has been left in it over the oxecutfqn ja fljed forfFriday night Detective Welch run the burglare down andeapturpd them - January 10th 1 A fow days sinco a wealthy oc contrio and miserly baoholor by tho namo of Daniel Keim aged 70 yours attended tho funeral of It Connor at Hill church in Pike township Pennsylvania Mr Koim walked to tho church a distancoof sovon milos from his homo Ho took a soat in tho gal lory and soon aftor tho sorvico began ho was ob- sorvod to sink down and would havo fallon to tho floor hadnot thoso sitting by him como to his assistance Two physicians who wore in tho church were summonVd to his sido Ho was carriod uncon- Â¬ scious into tho Sunday school room attachod to the church nnd died in a fow minutes from hoarl failure Whon ho waspronouhcod doad tho sexton of tho church Wm Nell had tho body carried to his rosidonco adjoining tho church and Benjamin Koim a brothor of tho deccasod who livod noar by was sont for IIo arrivod shortly and ordorod tho undertaker who had chargo of tho othor funoral to take charge of tho body and con- Â¬ voy it to his residence Whon ho did so Noll tho soxton forbado anybody to toko tho body away until ho was paid the sum of 50 He was remonstrated with but per Â¬ sisted in his refusal and organized a band of his frionds to resist any attempt to romovo tho corpse In tho meantime a justico of tho neighborhood sooing a bottor show to mako monoy out of tho body organized a coroners jury and de Â¬ manded a viow of the bodv for tho purpose of holding an inquest Noll nnd his party refused to allow tho jury to enter tho house but organized anothpr jury and held an inquest themselves Tho brofehor Konjamin Koim tried various ways to got possession of tho body but was unsuccessful Tho occontrio and miserly habits of tho deceased caused him to bo widojy known Though ho was worth from 130 000 to 40000 and porhaps more ho doniod himself ovory luxury and most of tho nocessaries of life Ho had no regular placo of abode but spont a good doal of his timo visiting his noighbors and relatives and frequently did odd jobs for a meal or a nights lodging Ho woro tho meanest clothes and when ho wont to tho city to attend to hid mortgago investments ho always walkod and carriod his food tfith him dining on somo onos door steps Besidos his mortgages ho owned somo oighteou properties rr tho county For many years ho kopt his savings in guld and silver hidden in various places but somo of his noighbors having been robbed one day ho gathered it all together in a grain bag carried ifr to thooity and deposited it in onoj of tho banks Iadictwl or Martkr an order fi ii WOQJUUOWVIIit lUglYBJMIJKXl IS a From a gontloman who arrived in Loxington on tho morning of the ICth tho following was learned Jesse Fields and Joo Adkins woro indicted by tho grand jury of Parr county for tho imirdor of Jiidgo Combs and Judge Hall ordered he prisoners taken to llnrbouravjllh for safe koepiiig Tho sheriff qlf Pirry county with a lot of picked men convoyed the prisoners atfely to the Knox pounty jail i ni Any one in need of job prjalittg a i ii riLi jGJPi tp IK mb - th i r vin iiiimfmtpjwtjji m mil l i HJ vm r fnpfVi l r J pmqjw-J-g - - l if f8B ftMjiwyi mrtWWMHii iiy iip ip ml ii SERGEANT Y CRffiSUS A 1 OAPT CHARLES KINO U Cof yr Icht 189 j by J B llpplncott Co was long years before his designation was changed to post trader ami longer still bofpro his occupation was wiped out entirely by tho civilizing process Which made bartendcra of blue couts Old Curran hud been losing money nil winter and wan growling about it IIo looked to the payment following tho April muster to recoup him for Ida losses as many n good soldier was deep in his books The payment hhould lmvo been made in May but for boinu rea Bon it was postponed possibjy in order that tho paymaster might make the circuit of tho cordon of posts in the bright weather of early Juno but 11 pack of young rascals and mulcontcnta nt tho Indian reservation had been 11 ririif IWI OWflfc fUlv1l 1it IIUIUW Hli iHMIIIUf nfi1 ll f unntlnli was tho snow out of tho Mini Sku val lev than the cattle came after the bud- ding grass and tho Sioux came after tho cattle They wcro hungry no doubt tho Sioux sometimes are de- Â¬ spite the fact that they nro excellent providers and know how to take care of themselves and the deference be Â¬ tween them and certain tractable and therefore systematically Ill treated tribes Is that when they are not given what thoy want they take it Heaven helps those who help themselves and in their dealings with the wards of the nation the United States of America have this resemblance to heaven The Sioux helped themselves so liber- Â¬ ally to cattle and herders this par- Â¬ ticular spring that Tintop with six troops of ins devoted regiment was hurried forth to brush them out of the Mini Sim and then to go on and help some comrades four hundred miles away who were too few in number for tho work in hand To Currans dis- Â¬ gust tho battalion marched out leav- Â¬ ing its score at the shop unsettled Not that the soldiers could help it at all but because thcy tbomselvos were creditor who couldnt collect Then to Currans delight It was announced that Maj Graves was sent out by rail to pay them before they got too far away Curran rejoicingly set forth to meet him and bo present at the cere- Â¬ mony and thereby doubtless collect a largo portion of the dollars due him Curran thoughtfully too loaded up a counlo of wagons with pies cakes cheese pickles crackers canned fruits bottled beer whisky and tobacco lest K CHAITER V 01d Currnn the sutler for sutler ho h DnllfflBAII put in tho adjutant our No man who has tho IcrtBt claim to bo tho lowlands after its tumbling rush market man brought it out fere nn t lnnrl It m through tho mountain chain at tho hour ago Its going all over tho post a gentleman keeps uw nai on ma iiuuutho the company oi women Even if west Ercry year since its establish They say in town one reason thcros no in nicnt had a cavalry column marched chance of catching these robbers is women aro pcoplo whom ho meets ho bu do nnd in thoso only away from Fort Ransom to straighten that tho cavalry has been ordered to siness relations fcrs to the sex by removing his hat in tho out matters between tho Sioux and the como on with all speed and that a he ttic counting settlers who were venturing too lose courier rode out to them from Minden ollce and indrawing room room as to the reservation Tho first year or before daybreak this morning Dis would in the Southern men remove tho lint with fine two tho trail led along tho west bank patches were sent them before the line gnllnntrv and stand bnreherdcd when hugging tho stream but as it was was cut talking with ladies on tho public prome- found that this was the longer hotter Away on tho winding road to tho nude Iho action is so dignified nnd so and dustier way a new route was de southwest towards tho distant frontier charming that ono sometimes wimics it cided on cutting across the big bend town a couple of wagons bo ftlugfrish in flow as it rolled out into Yes sir 1 ft 1 1 Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ mMj eniSS tc n 1 1 -- - rMy d Jt li it TV 1 C TIOX 0 8TA- GitAvrs was uoniu AT MIKPKX - 1 i - Li X4 f f tew ltwa Wk - This load ho pushed forward on the hcqls of tho command Then his own fine team and spring wagon wore sent down tho volley to Alkali station whither he proposed to follow by rail and meet the paymaster on his arrival and to entertain him royally on the drive out to the Springs It was esti- Â¬ mated that thu battalion breaking camp on Hear Fork at f30 a m could unsaddle and pitch Its tents at Willow Springs by noon It was estimated tjmt leaving Alkali say six a m after a honrty breakfast tho paymaster would bo trundled away up tho valley of tljo Dry Fork and bo landed at the Springs twenty fivo miles north of the railway in plenty of time to meet them and Tintop was ordered to detoch a sorgoant and ten men to rido over to Alkali from their camp on Hear Fork to bivounc at tho station over night and escort the paymaster up tho next day lrayes loft department head Â¬ quarters on the west bound express his cleric his valise full of funds nec ipjQry for tho payment of tho battal Â¬ ion and he himself all comfortably ensconced In tho Pullman car Thoy wcro duo nt Alkali at four a m They could rotiro early have a good nights rest and bo called by tho porter In plenty of time to bo up and dressed jnd to enjoy a camp bronkfast with their oseort at tho llttlo station a moro siding with somo cattlo chutes nnd pons before btartlng on thoir drive Standing where Constance had stood on tho summit of tho high precipitous butto that lav southwest of tho fort ono could seo tho valloy of tho Mini Ska Htrctoliinff nwav to tho eastward n distanco of nearly fifty miles Thon the fetream seoincd to brlnir un sudden ly against ti lino of hlnffs thut turned it off the northeast nnd this ccncntl dlwwtlon It followed another ilftv viftm Thte land was low and undulut- mffcloHf U lftft lNtiik while on tlui - - the stream and tho bold to the pOHth there was tB ma for the raUwav Fonlabtaf tfniort the Mial Ska aneod- - thoboys shouldnt know what to do with what remained of their money of from which several KC streams of clear cool water came pour ing forth speedily to become murky and turbid on reaching the broad plain below The ilrst days march lay al- Â¬ most due east from Hansom and par- Â¬ allel with the Mini Ska the next veered around toward tho northeast and camp wan always made at Hear Fork Not until tho fourth unmp at Painted rode did tho trull and the stream again come together and from that wii 10 the uputeti territory P nl tho I rnidmg ground of tho re lies young men tho two were never far apart West of Fainted Lodge the Sioux did not often venture though the broad bottom land within this el bow of tho Hkn was a fine grazing ground Tho railway coming up from the southeast and over a high plateau dropped down to tho valley by mean of a long winding ravino scooped out for it by the Antelope a little tributary that joined the Mini Ska just at the elbow and here at the point where the rail and the river after running parallel for eighty miles suddenly epiit company the line shooting eastward tho stream northeast here stood Alkali station Cattlemen had built a low bridge over the stream at this point with the intention of making Alkali the shipping station for their beeves nnd from this place a sandy road ran down the left bank to Fainted Lodge IJutte and away to thu agencies Once upon a time mnils were carried that way and a ftago ran twice a week be Â¬ tween Alkali and tho reservation but when n rival railway sent a line across the Missouri and tapped tho lands of tho Uakolas far up to tho northeast the agency freight mail and passen Â¬ gers were onL around that way and Alkali became a deserted village There stood the old stagehouso the cuttle ulnitos and tho rickety depot but no train stopped there now ex cept on signal and the telegraph instrument and operator had been moved to Minden somo twenty live miles farther west Here too was a bridge over the Mini Ska and a cattle shipping point Here the ranchmen who did not enre to take the extra twenty-five-mil- o gallop to lluttevillo had all their mail addressed ami Minden peedily assumed the mild and modest importance which Alkali had lost And it was at Minden said Maj Hhctt that tho paymaster was robbed that morning soon after dawn and robbed by men in cavalry overcoats Morgan listened a moment simply stunned When did tho news come in sir asked he of the major Ten minutes ago as soon as they could repair tho wires which were cut The sheriff is on his way out here now Where is the paymaster Theyre coming up on a freight from Minden this afternoon he and ills clerk Hut I dont understand said Morgan how on earth did ho got to Minden Why did he come so far wost The oseort was to meet him at Alkali so I was told Thats just what nobody under Â¬ stands and what hell explain later I presume An orderly hastily cmno from tho di- Â¬ rection of the ofliee and halting sa Â¬ luted the post commander The sergeant major says they were assigned to C Company sir for rations There was an nwkward silence a moment Then tho commander wheeled on Morgan Youve known those couriers some lime havent you Mr Morgan What Â¬ -- finding along over tho foothills Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Is I a4wkWnl asdheoame orders and dtypatohes Very true but they passed witliin sight of Minden If they camo back by thotrall and through it if thoy fol Â¬ lowed the stage ioad Thoy may hare seen or heard something At nil events I wish to question them was What tluio did tho majors answer thoy roach tho post Mr Adjutant Just at guard mounting sir The Illicit pondered u moment colonelr note says ho was aroused at midnight by couriors from tho ngonev who had had a hard rido and could go no farther Hut for his orders to moot tho paymaster at Willow Springs to- day ho says ho would lmvo pushed 6n to Painted JUodge- - mntle n xorty mllo march It really looks very threaten ing down tho vulloy and now that the moneys gono nnd tho paymaster cant reach him Im In hopes ho will push RUcru Aironuy ioopio aro wiring out hero irom town Rsking Avnetiier tno Indian rumors ae true Theyvorotn vStoryhere that ten peonlo were killed VfeiWrday s Our men Mr HchulU and Schramm do you mean Why major tho ser Â¬ geant Is ono of our veterans a niun wo all trust Schramm is not n your with us yet but lies as good as they make cm 1 think in Germany Surely thev are not suspected Thoy came in with thoir reputation I BEAVERS NOT EXTINCT Tho fastest pacing records this season Truciw or tlio limy llttlo AnhiiuN round are Robert 20U John 7 Gentrv In tho Adirondack J03fc Online and Joe Iatchen 101 the It has been supposed that beavers 2 ycaroId colt were long extinct in the Adirondacks ing Jib with Directly 207J and Fly running mate in 158J but fresh work by them has been found on tho outlet of Lako Menchnm For twonty Hvo miles south of Malone equal rheumatism I have found nothing Chamberlains This discovery has attracted a good relievestothe pain as soon Pain Halm It T deal of attention from tlio guides and W Younc West Lihertv as applied West Yirrimn hunters Jtcnvors food on tho bark of The nromnt relief it niiiird i mIh the birch willow alder and poplar worth many times the cost and it is their habit to la3 lw stores of continued u o will effect 50 cents I in a permanent food In tlie summer cure For sale by John M Kose liuidch who wore fishing on Menoham outlet recently found stiolcs of poplar The of varying length and diameter from btrike New York- bakers are on a big half an Inch to an inch cut almost as So Clean is thu finest puro white neatly at each end as if tho work could have been done with tho knife It was soap ever introduced here It is better unmistakably tho work of beavers It than Cashmere Iloquet for the toilet would add largely to tho charm of the superior to Ivory for fine laundrv and Adirondacks If beavers wore again to ahead of Sapolio for tho kitchen One cHiuiiium uiemsolves there and erect cake 10c 2 for 15c 4 for 25c Sold at thoir atrahjro habitations Tho game this oilice only laws now forbid the trapping or kill fnd us your job printing If von want lug of thoso nnimuU at any time rff tho nice work your Regulntf your liver with a doso of Original INimslnj Jincoln Tea and vour complexion will l Thoro arc many wonderful dialects In oxlstonco sa3s Harpers Magazine brighten with ealduse Ono of thoso is what might bo called -- --r tho suburban domestic dialect that saBNBs used by servants in tho rural commu- Â¬ nities in tho dally routine of house- Â¬ work Several examples have como to hand A suburbanite was greeted one BUCK EYE morning as ho entpred his dining room with this1 chotco specimen Mr 1 the colt has friz tho pipes Theyvo bust nnd tho collars all afloatj Tho sjimo domestic while at work in tho CURES NOTHING BUT PILES hull adjoining tho library whoro her employer was writing thinking lib A SURE and CERTAIN CURE might prefer not to witness tlio opqri known for in vnni a bs ha tlon of polishing tho tloor entered tho BEST REMEDY for PILES room and said Mr J do you wont BOTD IIY AM IIKVOOXSTH tho door cluz or tho curtntarf drow rrir4VXClllSDK kid CO ifcmi 1 wh witnessed the test were thoroughly MOVING satisfied that the Steinple will do all and And for a AVuiKlor Ills IolonirliiL d Did more tlian is claimed tor it 1 lie lieau Xot Crowd tlio Van E Cor quarters of the company are A young man on tho South side had sycamore and Canal rfts Cincinnati two rooms in a ilat building and had Winchc ter Ohio Herald furnished them hhnolf lie had all ttrxcru CouiKi Hazel Green Ivy tho comforts of a homo such as a fold- Â¬ Ajent for Wolfe and Morgan counties ing bod a dresser and a set of boxing Adbell and Directly aro the only Caligloves His lease expired on May fornia bred harncas colts to establish and he had some other rooms engaged but he required two weeks in which to worlds records thi season screw up his conragc to tho moving Auv one who has children will rejoice point says tho Chicago Hccord witli L B Mulford of IMuinficlil X He hired a brawny man to do tho His live year- - of age was hick packing The carpets tho bookcase with little boy For two days and nights he and the other traps including two tried ciotip various ron iodic- trunks made n formidable showing friemU and neighbors recommended by 1 He says and whun he telephoned the transfer thought ure I would lo e him 1 had company lie said Send ono of your seen Chamberlains Cough Hcmedy ad largest wagons Next morning early vcrtiscd and thought 1 would tiy it as a there was a rap at his door and the am lat nope and lf Happy to say thatI at tor brawny man said Tito wagon is here ho two tlo-pt until morning gave Heforo anything was carried down- Â¬ it fn i 111 tliA ii- mil i iiiii ivu stairs lie went out in front just to as Â¬ effected f keep thi iemedy in the house sure himself that tho wagon was large now and as 0011 a- - any of my children enough IIo found that it was It re- Â¬ show signs of croup I give it to them sembled a storage warehouse on and that is the la t of it 25 and 50 wheels It was as largo as the llarnum Cfnt bottle for ale by John M Kose cage in wnicn travel tno two hippopo- Â¬ Ilenrv IC Iiillnrd of Philidflnliiii tami Thu driver sat on the roof away up In the air and the horses were blind but dosnite i inlirmitv lu i nt dwarfed into ponies When the back exnert Wlllst aver A lhr inn nf lii doors were opened there yawned a card- - are perforated number- - and letter- cavernous interior in which two tcts by which his trained fingers learn the The eight spot could have danced a quadrille There value of the pasteboards was no doubt about it being largo of spades for example has a pcrlorntcd enough After all the earthly posses- Â¬ S and lit lire S sions of the young man had been Dcmt lolmcco Spit or Suiokt- Vour Ilfe pushed into ono corner the captain of viiy the van asked where the rest of tho The truthful startling title of book stuff was to bo found about the onlv harmle s Thats all said the youna man miarantccd tobacco habit euro If von V All Thats not enough for ballast WJlIlt tO quit lllld Cllllt USC Why didnt 3011 get a wheclborrow Braces un nicotinized nerve nHiMto I didnt know they had any wagons nicotine poi ons nuiKcs weak men cam so big stammered tho humiliated strength weight and vigor Positive young man His property did malic a eurcur money refunded Sold by all drug paltry showing When he paid the gits Hook at druggi ts or mailed free bill he was sorry that he hadnt used a Address Tho Sterling Hemcdv Co Chi cago oilice 4o Kandolph at Scw York wheclborrow 10 Spruce St could seen were generally imitated by men of equal slowly moving towards the post Hc politeness in other portions of our coun- means so much more than yond them little dust clouds rapidly ffit irnn imnrrine SCriOUS and sailing over the plain told where llcet A gentleman lifts his lint when rorog- er hosremen were speeding The men niiag a friend or when passing ladies fatal diseases result from coming out from their dinner were who are in company with his friend rCmrr mlmnntc uncrlPcAocl gathering in groups on the verandas though he does not possess their ncquain- 5 wTr chatting in low tones and watching the tnnec A lini- - 1MIUUIIII lw rlllllHl- tO IHKO jjonc piay wiui inuuuc W1T uluill r 1 m group of officers Presently tho order- Â¬ oiriiis mt to his mother his sister or to greatest gut ucaim ly came hurrying back alone the little girls ho knows To lift the hat If youarefectinr What orders did you give those with the grace of good breeding is a out of sorts nk id cpncrallv ex- couriers Mr Wood much to be desired accomplishiiuiit hdUstcd netioui s Nothing especial sir Schultzmkcd Harpers Bazaar S I WI llrttv lr Uvii w y if they wore at liberty to start back as T itllia vlil nepin at oiicciik- soon as they wished and I said yes Our citi7cas to the number of two or - V HP IIIV ItllHI IVIHIthroe hundred gathered on the burnt ri i Then they must be taking a nap rtMirMiiimMir nlirmi it lurll litsaid the major What with being up district Mere on last uomiay aiieniomi Blow s Iron Hitmost of last night and having to ride at two oclock to witness the exhibition j wttr3 a -lew not Biles etin- benefit all to night they need it Their con made by the Cincinnati Tin and Japan inv Fire Kxtimjuisjhor Co The test was Hiiiii muim - t y sciences are clear if they can sleep all cr iri fiociivcii under the personal MipervMon of t ilain it- morning VV the ttctk an I it 3 HWells the oieiiy reached them as the pir Herman Cincinnati president of the j pleasant to lake and Mr W V major oucludod halted half a dozen company of Snyder the local agent of Georgetown paces away and reported Sergeant Shea nays tho couriers left Ohio and was patisfactory in every respect clearly demonstrating the fctom nearly an hour ago sir Kidney and Liver Djspcpsia ple Kxtinguialter to be one of the best Left an hour ago Which way Neuralgia Troubles IIo doesnt know sir Private Hums methods yet devised or invented for tho Constipation Bad Blood of says lie saw them rido a way after the controlling n ro lire nine hrmrils wns litlilr A st rnrt of Nervous ailments r Malaria quartermasters corral at ll30 going and after being thoroughly saturated Womens complaints towards town with coal oil a match was applied The Het onlv the yenulne It hai crossed red extinguisher was then turned on nnd tho lines on the wrapper All others arcsuti- CONTINTTI NJVT WITK m nlt rif t tn rr r n t ti fllllitlai lire put out in about ten seconds All will send set of Ten Beautiful Worlds hi I nt I V j -- I I 11 It Cures hit WAS nir v vwi BROWN niwi nnt CHEMICAL CO 1 iri BALTIMORE MD f jlff j Kit T DAY HAZEL GREEN lf j Â¬ 1 il rci lLti JuZHi UfftB jcn w I I lLJtt IV I tia SJnA 1 AVIM SKXI THE HERALD j pok ovi I viin e- 1 tnt -- - THE ILLUSTRATED HOME GUEST ZQ Wo I -- 0n TEAII AXD Cozaplote Novelettes XOIl j Cy POPULAR AUTHORS lllmtralJ liters -y irnn iioniipublliutliulniUb 5 11 KI l lrvorrnnr0a with tlia ul family ui mnr i uticmur to nniiii it tjnoi by umdb uin of thopnrmlir Tin- - lllnwi thiJ ocollont Hu tnun pr immi - 11 No-to-ba- c t y - j wifjl iriuiuj COt THE ILLUSTnATim MM RnRST rircinmn nins- IYr0 an1and familv p lC pasoiHiblUJieil iJ Hteriry ipor monthly anl ltnn ml ana Slnrt glories bv tlo most mm ta 4 alo Hi nttrv ive nn I cntertalnlnc twolr ronbiinliu tnreni7 cnmpMo novelcttci by tnotitr of mnt fiiom rut iori of Ampiica I rancs ln fart ahr i aTiionnt ortlio most lasclnatluf nV11 tiMhAlUhott pr suintin nir intwj or dio aboo ttPlUr ti neor tie rnmllrmpcrs pub- - V0 ioinranl anio V1V Mi ia t n id iVA ftturMili-toa-n-i- menibor m0 nHe tho ri iiUv Â¬ llracmo Mn Ann R MephstH Mw May Ane I lomlns Etta W liorcc - Austin fir- Unima lirrlson Jono Mary Iniernn Dennett Unvlo and tnanv otlmp It U n lilch elaM pub 0 faml5r banlonioly printed Illnstrite J and whllo It U alnays Interest int r id no7tr ilnll It U pnro In moral tono not an obfoctlitiablowordor lino twin allnwrd to nntor 1W ro m will bo Uollchted with this cliirmluK paier and eajsrly nelcoina Its monilily vlIt M nrsTtTnro Mr Fm ni J llniric i Charlotte conintly jtnrtaln and Inotmct fach clrfH Ainonir tlio wntors o ti an ir Ii 1 Tint r N Iiltistiiatko Somiworth lne Jjy0JaSylwiisCobhJr Llfif cl0 TWENTY COMPLETE NOVELETTES tvpo on paper nudah TfltifJ In reariold Ilr and hindM nnly bonnl In colnrvl rporroo1 cover It rnntainasn4tltloinJicftto tnrttty cmMe notetcttts Jiy tw enn woKinwu and mpular nntlmr eaeb ono InreM in It romprlcoB a vrlmlo IY r ih iivo nnRe niceiy ofcompleto popular novaettoi SSff fnKlo Ieruhllllln novoletto volume Tto tltlw or thn cotnPot 5Si LI S f0101n Ti1 TyrevnP Vtll 1 by far tho Inrpont ii contained In this book aro n - ITllllor ttlO IlnllV Ttni rlnn Till IMlnilfn K PolthroMi Tho CHT4 Wn nil nc PrMr I j ntnll n r IJy V th11 A A ua JMmUfci Henry mvjl Ti In lpTl0g ByMrf M Bl2JlSiPnnnn of AlMPrIfc Old ItiHMoprinl In Hy AnnS 1 1 fciioV IiiIp or lhrnn Vlir0irIHall Alcxnlr lli aiiin tlio Air Stnrv of The Cmitnlu IIkIcii KuIcStnr or tlio Jnin nr ffrot lerf8a t Wlillboii loii r in Tim T10 I1t Awn U II nr Julf Vni Ht II UUw nSSard i llrtMan lnm llandu By A Conin V111 HM im IVonil PrMr Pr Wiuu Coiilnn CraiiKC By si T liy RylTnn Atwtln nuiieiitor lriVwnrIUitiimiHloiloiiii filtor- or rtr maft tjti rnn JI - tit rtu w riw 01 Jr 1 iiin Ilnll m liytSnmarrlion Jmt v M MAry A DenUen rPLEASE REWEIWBERj Vv -- SnTVVnrm c10arTn Iuktuatii thc ull renewals TIIR Hvm OJtBHN IIKIt TIomi - v ot only mt ium puui iiy muu on recciiu 126 This oiler nppliis both to TABLERSIITI 11 a1istrioora ofbrmht and ihscinuting Htoraturo should Every lover OINTMENT ilflD takcndraiitiiKonrU Samplo copies ot the HusTitATKi home a vest nnd of tho premium book niny bo seen nt this oflicc Address THK III3UALD If llnzcl Greco Ky D 4 iC MOORE WITH CO BEN WILLIAMSON Hardware Cutlery OATLETTSBURG KY Sole agency for South Bend Tlows c 4it - MMtfU vrtttm m ijhii k I n HOB - EWMJWMJlMl rMsayp t w i tiWW jn RIMS HORN DLASTS Galling Sinners to Ropontance Lovo has to clio to provo that it hn8 livod Much doing is not bo important ai woll doing Tlio ftirnaco nnd the gold aro u good frionda Tlio sin wo spnro is sure to bo eoirto our master Tlio cloaot of prnyor ought to bo en f no tod with praiso booomos dark tc those ft novor jJBho who look up religion that costs nothing is worth just that much Jjho man who does not look ahend soon has to fall back Tho first thing man noodod in thig world was Christ Nothing but constant trust in Clod can givo us perfect rdst Tlio dovil is gonorally close by when the proachor trades liorsts ilfc is not the last drink that Throo Hon Hanged makes tho drunkard but the first Throe of tho notorious Meaeha The important thing is not how long wo aro going to livo but how mito gang inClark county Ala- Â¬ Whon you go to church to pray bama havo boon lynchod Tho for a revival dont do it on a back Moachamito gang has for many years run illicit distillerios made seat Tho devils principal work is to counterfeit money committed rob Â¬ make wrong people think they aro bory and murder Recently Mur phy Pink a farmer was shot down right by tho gang Pink made a dying God never sends a danger to any statement charging Georgo Brun man whom ho has not first given zon Cliarlos Smith and Leo Drown courngo with tho sliooting Upon tho preTho religion of somo people liminary trial they woro acquitted makos you wonder if they woro but afterward other evidence was baptized in ice water found and they were lynchod Whon you want a fresh blessinir Lecturer Lykins get on your knees and thank God J Ion J C Lykins of Campton for tho last one special district deputy grand mas- Â¬ If somo pooplo couldnt find ter paid an official visit toUeatty anything to hido bohind they villo Lodge I 0 0 F last week would bo always on tho run anddolivored to the lodgo a very Thero aro only a few hypocrites impressive and instructive lecture in tho church comparod to tho Uealtyvillo Enterprise number outside of it dresses wore pufiod Tho dovil is willing to stand by with onions and stood out i wo or hoops the preacher whon he can take a throe feet on each side a century ngo hand in tho music open If tho churches were kept A century ago tho United states tho saloons the dovil contained fewer people than now as much as livo in New York and its suburbs would soon bo on tho run Tho devil likos to seo tho man a flUinA fifa xfil join tho church who expects to do usAtiiiuii 4iR all his work with his mouth uslness College There is no wisdom in having a h INCORPORATED man to watch a bank who believes that stealing chickors is right Turn tho devil out of tho church at ono door and ho will put oji a ditloront coat and go in at another Tho Christian should never go whore it would throw a damper ovor things to mention tho namo of Christ It is a groat deal oasier for somo people to pray for tho preacher than it is to do their part toward Â¬ tkt Raw JrsUcm EaUr Office Undor tho now constitution tho justices of tho poaco elootod last No- Â¬ vember on tor ofllco tho first Mon day in January 1805 This provis- Â¬ In a months Cured after being xo ion is part of tho organic law and years an invalid m all tho justicos now in ofiico and Sir Emma Patterson llockland la Tenner I laid been na wfio havo not boon re olocted undor writes Dr with bicknchc hotidacho Invalid 10 yciiM nnd a tho provisions of tho new constitu- Â¬ general ruutihiR down I t took 2 bottles of your Kidney and Uuckacho Cure 1 bottle of tion must rotiro on tho day nnmodi your Capitol Kilter und 1 box of your Ulood and Whilo tho present justices wore nnd Liver IMI13 In 2 months Tlmt cured mo I gained 33 lbs olectod undor tho provisions of UH DR FENNERS old constitution tho provisions of tho now instrument shorton thoir Kidney and Backache Cure terms and for this there is no rem- DID IT ody j A Great Renal Depurant A constitutional convdntion can Cures all diseases the of kidncvsbladder abolish an ofiicd or a court or ox- - miudiy jjiiwaes runniiu weaKtiesses Hcd Weitinj m children Diopsv tend it as it dooms proper It is Disease lllutimntism Skiti and Heart JJIoncI supromo in its authority and there Diseases Swilled Limbs Hno htSi eisc Impotency etc is no powor to proven t tho execu Â¬ Satisfaction ijtiaranteed Sample ircc tion of its mandslte wherothopro lr rcnttcrs Pollota ciuv Sick Hondnrhrs visionsaro plain and unmistakable Coniitlaaltinuc Th bi t lsunlly lhyslo as it is in case of tho entrance of Dr rentiers aprnian Eyo Snlvo cures now justicos of tho poaco into ofiico Dr Fonnors CoubIi Honoy lellevis nny cotuli nsthtntt etc In uh hour on January 7th next Dr When Gained 33 Pounds i iH r jIlMlf Irak 9mwm ii ir f f- - W v T p -- J-Jt J wa- rS r- c r IHKaLAj INH t9UHft9BEEiS a wmMwrnoaucf JMMTIIMkiVliiriVHIHaiH kbhi 7 zmmu 5 iBb iL- SSSmsBSBw TrT m nn nnmuwi T him 1 mam JOHN aMwfa wtw www IK XC0S3Q w 1A0KSMITH UNO WAGON Haze Green Sv MAKER Fcnrcrs Coldon RoIlGf A sppplflc in any Itilltunniatlon 1U11C8 burns tooth aehtMHMttalfrta rluHiinathtu or any pain In 1 toSu mliititoH Cuivtoollodysitepsladywjn llu also bronchitis and consump Â¬ tion Ono doaoouroa LaQrlppc Tor nlo liv itn M 1om- ttnil Mr Lou itiryand Day 1 - Iliicl iricn Kv FOR F1IHTIIC 3Xg CATA1orLrS MINI Tl S 4Aiijtlitift1tnt tnn IitT1K II1A1S fKottcn up with Imih ENVih01is flii niHliiiiiiivnllnt -- 4THE THIS IS THE KIND OF WAGON 1 BUILD HERALD OFFICE irYix ruiiv kv CALvL AND GET PRICES JLU IF YOU want to learn JiltSJ SV SJLUXsa VV TMSiiY nnd boconic i iitmi tiinl Biy flSooflNoMoiai CAM PTOX - DKALEU IN JJJUJLWJJL I 0PERA10R JgWITH KENTUCKY - rtlid tin1 Ntirronnilini eotinrv lo call mill oe tlio Ladies ITli tnNoinw linoof srMMKl GOODH lit hti just roocivctl liiilntlfnj C nil the lashioniililf lahrics niiiiiiris iiillenis and iiht licfiiloH an cuillot s VII lOt V ol Solinns incliidliiir nl j tin- - latfsl htyhii in latcs Kilinons Ac c Hi also car tics n ltiro liiii of vliwtp iitoitiutti niiilliili grauk i lie of Wolt- DltlS LEXINGTON KY I Nos L DIXUFELDKH which he in JFCJlrSLBiriTKJffRE3S Iurehnxeof M llitiK ur lower jiric than niiylindv hint and mim money MMWVMraiTVI vKmM inkmajiMmwMimMimmMma ymMTrivwnir3 9t9mrMAMjTwtT wnrx0mjmAtwivoexmtm TMfr ItiipDrtcrs mil IoIiIcm of jilJoBlRSOiijiorionlfOo DRY GOODS MID 1- 1- fim M 165 G OODS tfvf O i yac NOTIONS dtf CAW und iClSSTThnlfMidinRhoiihofor FANCY DRY JOODS FUUNISHING and NOT1 ONS A lwnrys havo Big Drives Spociul attontion to Mail Ordors flHIMMHI 167 Race Street CINCINNATI vimwm 5Mw 25 wro O MflS filr3j r West Main Strict LOUISVILLE KY 1 I FfltEE COHBTAE OF SIIiVEK The free and unlimited coinage of silver the product of American mines at the old ratiq of 1 6 of silver to i of gold is the only solution of and remedy for the disturbed and unsatis- Â¬ factory condition of trade manufac- Â¬ ture and general business of the country The surreptitious act of 1S73 divorcing silver and gold in our mone- Â¬ tary system was a crime of untold magnitude It was the rankest kind of class legislation in favor of the wealthy against the producers of wealth and hostile to the prosperity of the United States It was an act of treason because done at the instance of a European syndicate and for bribe giving aid and comfort to money To shield our countrys enemies the guilty parties the well authenti- Â¬ cated facts often published have been vigorously denied The Enquirer will continue to ex- Â¬ pose this unpardonable crime until richt and justice arc done the people by the full restoration of silver lo its Wc old companionship with gold need the assistance of the people in disseminating the truth to which end wc invite all in your selection of pa- Â¬ pers for the coming season to include the Enquirer that costs only 100 a Issued twice a week year Liberal commissions and cash re- Â¬ Sample wards given lo club raisers copies free Enquirer Company Cincinnati O Â¬ ffiHillflBli A- - In n Hoalthy Condition CURES Hoadaoho CURES Constipation Acts on tlio Llvor nnd Kldnoyo Purifies tho Dlood Dispels Colds nnd Fovors Doautlfloa tho Comploxlon nnd lu SOLD OY ALU DrtUQQISTS Plonalnfr and Rofrpshlnff to tho Tnsto in For kooplng tho System H TT seet A V v TRADEMARK t the world g i oitaeo JTA nicely UtVttratcd clltty nairo Lincoln Story Hook jUdii to every jiurcltascr of a of Lincoln Tea Price 25c As your tlruutIstor Lincoln Tka Co fort Warrjn Xv his support Tho dovil is not wasting any ammunition on tho man who is stopping ovor littlo dutios looking THE PRACTICAL SCHOOL OF THE SOUTH M Vntlrpx Omnectnl with the State A for somothing big to do for Christ IIlRliiNt Oillclul KntloiHCiiittit tht Jov ininiuiiucullli Hut IrcMlUonf An infidol is a man who builds ernor of tho CoIIokc und tln Nicrttary und of Hit Htnto if tln security Trust und riafcty iihouso without windows and then TrriiMiirrr Vmilt o Klenliit its llloiimu ltitJI3UMi nkKrcBiiti- ofsuccrRful blamos God bocauso ho has to livo Rtuilinits wliose HiilarlcrtltV iiHiirmy liundrciUot ttioiiMaiitU of ilollurn per unnuin of in tho dark ItKFKifS Scuim wliotho loadlncr pro uro lis frlrndi iluimi und business men - rnTT Tl I H kkJ H Hi r L I XkUkXlklLil n Y H V T 1 1 n eir n 8 ucltnowlctlRetl lo be the bent locul ptihlUhed in Kentucky Subscribe now ami secure till the good things it will contain thia year lr s ony I i i Tho Columbia Dosk Calendar For ton yoars tho desk calendar issued by tho Popo manufacturing ixiolui company has hold a uniquo placo among business holpors Each daily loaf during that time has taught its piiot lesson of thovaluo flIKWKAIMIV Siiiicrliititulrut ofour KiiIhv und Tl of bettor roads and outdoor oxor of 11 MttM iiractlralipiiS4iii tins record i aim rlcnct fioni Nlirlil to ciso and ospocially tho benefits of OpcrutorTrunkCltlcr Train DlKjiatilicr with tlio Unci In Ann rku IIiiaorMU by larueit Opornturs Train Dlspati toioKruph oomjianlM bicycling Tho calendar for 1S95 nnd 3 limnlne rullwny andIuth supirlriUiiiliiitK I lie World owning brighter Ttm nlya Kvtiool In Itulluuy system for and tho cotnplciu ojicrailn which is just issued isovon piirpoxi of flttiiiK Its criuluatPH tu o direct to in apponranco cood inxtliin i pmrtlinl oporntorH than its predecessors itOIMUViniAlt irSTIlVCTIOX In all Au Clnwt havo addod dainty deimrtniiiun uny conmc Work as clovor artists Ienmanihln llURlnmi Flltu with Commercial Law Cotnmcrclnl Arltlimptlc nnd and sketch to tho usual Corrcxiioudnice Spelling silhouotto 1OSITIOSfN Our WtiaraHtrc XMn It Wrlt wiso and witty contributions that sent frei RTITIVfor will mivo you money Wrlto liom STSUOOeo Juarantss that for Inntructlous havo horotoforo givon this popular our olleg In reprwentfrt or money m RLKUANT M1W funded be had owned eructed nnd furnlnlictt by uhIllItIl th to meet calendar its charm It can our practical yntem of liutruc tho rcinilremeuts of Ileitt Klprtrlr Ugh Wtrr Hon rurouee for fivo 2 cont stamps from perfect ventilation The Ureent Mid mint ner Popo manufacturing company pf fectly equipped BuilHtu IollrKe ItulIdlBtf In tlmKeuOt whw rennenilblllly Conn or from any Co- Â¬ BEWAKB Somit colleeonly will tell you mpre tlmt Hartford wonl reit upon theiryou give tho wrae or they will In leu tlwe or for leu bicyclo agoncy thorouch roar lumbia c thn It take to complete a money count with Mi nmrot uch cUlmi Sondyour job work to The Hkr- tkrrAiUe Illantrmted Cutnleitue free 11 fis WyHtom il itctitiil pi nrtlntl ittiHlnran iiiHtructliiu used In uvcrv depnrt in tit mnktsU mi iitliHtiml I tiv nny oiIiit plan IVTFST AM IIIOIIKAT AUAItUN All tint llrst lrciiilumn CJold nnd itronro MeJnM nnd lllnlouinx etc nl tliu Intoriinllorinl Mid- nwiiriRHi nu njMrin 01 wiuitf 1ck Elond EloklCrrtlMLr uPd In tills onrs pmctlcal f llunltii4it Iiiiiirtuirut in vpert accountant xtiorloncfnibookkfcncrnndi IIIUUKST 1VAICI OF UOIIMIS MMIIIIVV KXIMISITION to Aim rlcuu Sys torn of hhnrtiiund tHUit In till Collio und Hut ICljcticttt SiDlornviiirnt In lie UorltS to tlii Jiiiid of our Hli rtliiuid litpnrtincut nu ix court rep rlcr from tli iiitlu rs of HiIh svMoni nnd pat roin ifjfTiy jiiii iim nuLUfnt 4Jr jair jkw car- - rTr M11J I Cask Illeltory orovo i arm noma Hnelnc Wltfwiyn Alter trylns of every known remedy 1 removed n Jiriro Hiiien -of two yours nUtutlluj Irom u it year old filly S 5 with thrco applications of Juy-Kyc-8- -- TtUDB UiBC Itlathuliostproparatlou J hnvoeverufcod or heard S 3 of 1 lirurtlly recommend It to ull Jlonemcu IcttlmontaU Wchave hundred cf tuch rriceSl50 per bottle Askyourdnnrxlutforlt Ifho tlotnot ktfplt tuiiausscimiiioriillrfortnai6wr CO wititciiaii w x IV II l JIUiY PBtiNS OINTMENTp 1 immilh tla aad Itee to Solicits orders from merchants for Tinware Stoves Ranges Stove pipe Elbows Mantels Grates Hol o 621 W Main Street LOUISVILL33 KY i t nffinn VUU UHIVU - iri - I lowareCutlery Sendfor complete catlout and prdcfrli i c c t Z j I -- JT t fctfl it n i 1 J Hf mF r- - r - y nmsmmm mi nmtfX H J11J i iiaiiumi 1 UlA 3E f i i i i y I11 - J pni j ii i ii L in ituP1 m K fc ft I K p1 3 i tcii in tho stato tho intolligont oitizons IBlI ti Editor of each county who tako prido in to tn Poople ol Kentucky itwiKilm iirwn its progross and dovelopmont in ivi nn immigration convontion t held in LmiiBvillo on tho 24th and building up its wasto places in rea8JnS ilvvlbMB iiiBw j 26th of October 1804 in which all nig iu iui onrnmg capacity add- wraim una tnorooy woro repre Â¬ portions of tho stato lightening taxation sented by dolegatos of tho highost Tho powor of such mon in work- Â¬ intelligonco provision was mado ing good to tho commonwealth can for tho organization of a buroau of An extra good opportunity occurred by which bo information and immigration and not overestimated Thoir intor HAZEL GREEN KY torost and co oporation will bo a we wcro enabled to till up our partially exhausted tho undersigned woro appointed to Thursday Dec 20 1894 guarauteo to settlors and investors stock at a very low price issuo an address sotting forth tho that thoy favor tho highest dogroo Tho nrtiolo headotl Kentucky action of tho convontion and invit- Â¬ of dovolopment that our laws for Burouu of Informntion nnd Immi- Â¬ ing tho co cperation of tho good tho protection of lifo and proporty gration published olsowhoro in pooplo of the commonwealth The will bo fully and impartially exe- Â¬ thia pnpor should bo road by ovory gonoral assembly of Kentucky has cuted that education will bo fos- Â¬ citizen in thia part of the stnto and soon fit to abolish tho goological tered and that a hospitable and Closed out the entire product of the im Â¬ survoy which for many yoars was especially that clnBS of far mora L S FECII mense clothing firm of M tho moans of convoying to tho peo helping hand will be oxtondod to among ua known nB land poor X Cincinnati and the sea Â¬ plo at homo and abroad official all worthy nowcomers If wo can And alas thoro aro far too many son being over for them the price was information in rogard to otir min bo animated by this spirit then in this Boction who belong to that something like half their actual value oral wealth and othor natural re- Â¬ indeed wo can hopo to see Ken- Â¬ class This bureau is designod to Through this influence tucky tnko tho position among tho hotter juHt this clnesof ourpooplo sources states of tho Union for which tho and if they will tako tho proper is duo much of tho influx of capital bounty of naturo in soil climate Btopa they can bonoflt through tho and population tho increnso of and natural All the advantage of the sale and openly resources has fitted railroad milengo and tho growth of bureau without cost Evory man defy any house to match these prices manufactures which havo marked her The praise of her products of in tho mountains who has more distillation fast horses and fomi land than ho can uso to advantngo tho past decado Tho stato has nino bounty has boon worn thread Â¬ should uvujl of tho opportunity felt tho loss of this valuablo sur Â¬ bare Sho needs to vindicato her horo oilVrod to dispoeo of tho sur- Â¬ vey and tho lato convontion has namo against tho chargo of laxity S 7 00 tflO JO plus Af this werodono our popu- Â¬ sought to establish in its stead a of law oflm exaggerated by i 00 the 2 no lation would soon bo doubled nnd bureau to bo sustained by volun Â¬ malico of thoso interested in divert- Â¬ Afe1 1 f0 j ol NOW GOING AT in a liko ratio our taxes would bo tary contribution which will to ing capital and population 13 00i else Â¬ docroased Butter than that tho somo extnnt ounplv its nlacc Re where This must bo dono by 14 50l on i0 00 landB of all would then soon ex Â¬ cognizing tho fact that no move forcing it rigidly Sho needs to 18 oo 2o 00 hibit thoir hidden wealth as devel Â¬ ment of this kind can succeed dispol the idea which has gained opment would follow in tho wako without tho full svmpalhv nnd eo- - currency that kIio decs fide The great- Â¬ not wish of such a division Now men nnd operation of the pooplo of Ken Â¬ any addition to hor est offered population now ideas about farming and othor tucky we tako ihis means of nalivo or foroign come look This can becf things would inaugurate an era of acquainting you briefly with our footed by on torint zealously into prosperity that wo can never under purposes and aims tho work proposed by this bureau ffh Our stato has a large amount of the present stnto of affairs hopo to Lot thoso who havo surplus lands attain Wo can got just as good territory which is vet thinlv sot study how thoy can best dispone of cilizons as any othor section can lhfl while within the limits of them Put tho pricos low enough and these only should be invited even the most thickly populated and tho terni3 liberal enough to to settle among us Drones arc counties thoro is much land unim Â¬ attract good buyers and thus en Â¬ proved which could bo made pro Clothiers Tailors and not wanted ductive if occupied by thrifty im Â¬ hance hi valuo of tho remainder CORXCK MAIX AND LIMESTONE Prosident Clovoland has gone migrants from other states or from If there are thriftless owners who south in search of his hoalth his foroign countries Drouth forest let their land go to wasto and lrinff LEXSWGTORI - - - - KY physician having advised him to fires and tho rigors of winter are discredit upon the neighborhood seek a warm climate immediately causing much inquiry for homes lot tho rMitiMpriHing neighbors utiito m fr SSSSSS--S-SS4ia if only for a few days While it in a more favored climato by a to socurn its ssilo to a more thriftv Wo propose to iimmuh BreMtawagwra bus not boon publicly stated Mr largo body of people who would purohiiKor Clovoland was again compolled to mako valuablo additions to our Ujst otlort to mako tho bureau of iya tako to his bod Thursday by an Â¬ population aim iniormauon is information and inuniimtion n other return of his rheumatic at- Â¬ sought also as to our mineral and success on tho lilies indicated Jt tack IIo wan in bed Friday nnd timber resources We havo thoso is worth a trial and to that end did not attend tho cabinot mooting in groat abundanco and capital is wo ask tho aid of cvoiy citizen of and got out of bod Sunday to go noedod for their development Jn tho slate and tho particular citizen Tho rheumatism has ns every part of tho stnto thoro is wo are addressing now is not your away 1 condod from his foot to his kneo agricultural or minoral land for noighbor but you who aro reading this joints and gives him a good deal sale at low pricos but thoro aro c i nilno i oinco oi mo ouronu is room of trouble His physicians think fow buyers IJoyond tho limits of win J fed lib 01 board of trade biihlinir Lonis u howovor that a ohango of climate tho stato thoro aro many thousands r GomplGle villo Ky will provo docidodly beneficial who want to buy such lands for t rt r DTODDAUD J OIIXSTOX a mYimWi rci- settlement as f armors for tho de Â¬ Tho conclusion has boon reached C P Atmoim velopment of tho minorals or tho by tho friends of tho Oaiiislo bank Â¬ Ciiaiuks IE Sroiii manufacture of tho timber Tho K would not bo wiso T ing bill that it J M UnooKp primo object of tho bureau wo aro to foreo a vote before the holidays 2s tKk If CltlMI organizing is to open a communi Â¬ and tho bill will bo put on its pass Von cuu relievo that headache you cation with our poople who want o ago in tho houso January 7 This have by buying a box of Megrituine at fc to sell thoir lands and thoso out Tiik T1iuam otlice It will only coat may provo fatnl to all chances of sido fiO coats and is sold on a positive guartho stato who want to buy its pnssago by tho senate and it antee In order to do this wo proposo a leads one to think as wo hoard a siiuplo organization tfwwmww NlfVlJt tho details of aTaTmi inrasjBiTi q in tin fellow romark a low days since ia hi n W5 ctii trjk ik KENTUCKIAN3 ENDORSE fill L which will bo fully set forth in the IKrlaTaJinJI ai mJiaiJfjK3l L7L Jl that its another durned Domo- - articles of association rules mi and blundor cratic regulations of tho bureau of infor- Â¬ to is The An official list of mombore oloct mation and immigration of to tho Fifty fourth congress has salient feature of this system is to sold clays is I ninko the prediction boon compiled by tho clerk of tho inlorest the peoplo thomselves in tht it will take wkjxxx LutJiso Dimes houso Tho list is corrected up to tho work of furnishing information II place MthnorWfcgrcnltUdUsvery EOeS to ftlinw fhQf UAA t lvu Uooombor 5 and gives tho Repub- Â¬ respecting the land they havo for ms it i vnpnblool donijf mor jjootl Air lite omnla xvs p p i re- - I -- i sale tho character of tho soil tho mnitv timn v licans 241 mombors thoDomoorats i roseutecl Mnrriiemi Ky be we pro- 101 and tho Populists 0 In tho minerals tho timber the pricos at MywIfsswyssliBinsreeoivodKroiaWnPOSe to Sell Se Veil tV fivP 1 vr M L HrwiaH prasont congress thoro aro 219 which it can be bought and tho oiit from tlieiuoorthvKlcolropniiHi I bought 1st 1895 So COHie character of immigration thoy do of von somo ruks since nnd fools Domoorals 120 Republicans and J2 sure it siro This work will bo done by will cro her of a Ion standing oao f 110W aild Populist mombors war county committooe organised by rliPUHiotU n Atnuoy could nnt buv it from TJTTT7 f Tlr a X U X JX Tho continued withdrawals of and reporting through the chair Â¬ hcr C W Wright Lonlavlll Ky JtUfcJTlC A All tho mouey h Kentnckx oould nt man of ouch congressional district gold from lit sub treasury show ino yOUl1 lieigUDOrS tO buy my Bleetropois It ourod my wife of Olie tlieV be ono of the executive tumor iiAor tho btat physiobm Imd pro Will iv curroncy who will tho pressing need of he TllOV tVlP OT0Qf0a commission to framo somo bettor commit too of the bureau Tf tho Ajw ia Ky Cooking policy than that which pays bank Â¬ onterpristng men of each county Fmukiini M Myors of Myow Hon llr J 2u UlSteaCl 01 drildgerV A fllll lilin 1U Sl0C li ers an interest premium on gold at and neighborhood especially ydung Wot Main street I uUvlUoy ho ha no UimQo Ti onQwiridr of tho treasury in order mon tho county ofiicors and indi- Â¬ reason to chanyo tho opinion PCGS 1each Of ailV TlAnliinivnfun t 1aa that thoy nmy havo a bottor oppor- - viduals or corporations owning nlinllHt jiviimijiunu iiiiuu yuiirti IIIJO II him of rhcumutUm iuiutyvtodraw it out at anothor land will give a little attention to cured jpw tho subject they can forward our mo One nights uso of tho Klectropoise gave relief from congestion and jnanufaclutQra work atul at tho snmo limo benefit I havo been a brain mun uveridiico vertiso well ltiv fexpoijLion yew ononed fondav thomsolvos Wo havn no irilflnjl lleorge 11 Meaii9 Covlngtop Ky - o XrKleotropoUc put out on trial vm ero wOpp m fpr l ichpne iayWdj nonths for 10 Send for particularsfor four I i itor and all woro loud aiming to work up a Jjoqm but by c Wl a01 XJEJR 3Bt3B2RftXi4S iii KENTUCKY BUREAU enlist tho energies of tho best men AMrei8 J iKtemitien InmIirtlaa iii jKffsQ pifHJ A niin n- r- i in II M iii I II I - u iH 1 - GRET DEL I I WE HAVE HEniER WE SURRENDER SUITS AND OVERCOATS WORTH - Â¬ j l Actual bona ever and values in Lexington Just LffJ Hi Â¬ Furnisher BBSgJSB n Iii fl j i ilfiriMllllt in It iii CJ i pi -- mr mmWi -- Uir w Our reputation rs for handling only T I Ui 5Hi mesmzzs 71 Â¬ MCTJKV mm m lilsfiiill oir 1 -- m nmii strictlyfirstclass goods is proof positive that sjujiiiPir superior all others Twenty two these Ranges m ten pretty iur aild flr they are what to And JailUary toi JMcMt - Tni IVlii J - -- bioviiS happy are lUy BE H PP V aild oired Y at wnelUl the becomes a pleasure at all nnrrr Wxpgtvn SSSSSSg5iJar- - - ioii tjju I s Si 500 Fourth Avenue Louisville Kv du nois - wEim W W REED I an MV STERLING KYi tr l HH I supper to be given by tho Indies of the Mrs V 0 Mijro lim been on the lck Ivistcrn Star nt the Swsngo store room 12 W SHORT STREET LEXINGTON KY next Saturday from p m until 7 liL tlilx uppL j0FRogulnr Meals 25 conta Moala to ordor at all hours Breakfast from 5 to 9 a m oclock You enn help n cood cause by n T Trimble Bros traveling man was in nntmfl 10 a m to 8 n in Sunnor from 5 to 0 m inrt n nli town Tuesilnj nltrht tho communications left out City next Hunday morning this week is one from Cinderella our Born to the wifoof William Camp urnssy corresponaeui aim inougii we no bell a few days since a boy ACADEMY NOTES not publish it we desire to say in her bo The Little Jeweler nt Ezel has gold half that it is exceedingly well written Tho daily program of recitations will with beautiful pearl holders for 2 and to the point Our only reason for bo rearranged on Monday tho 21st inst pens not publishing it is that it would lead to Most anything nico for a Christmas continued controversy Jcssio Thompson Anna Finch and present can be found at the Ezel jewelry A protracted meeting is in progress at Tcarl Lacey have enrolled einco last store tho Methodist church in Campton and notes J T Day lias gone to Winchester on great interest is being manifested Rev n business trip and will probably return Quito u number of former pupil of Mr West assisted by Revs May and this week Tyler arc conducting the services and the Academy will enroll again on tho Born to tho wife of Eider Barnctt we understand that already 85 souls have olst inst Blnnkeuship on Monday night the 17th professed Ch rist May tho good work po J S Adams Lee McCnnn and Miss on until hundreds have een converted inst a girl Vinia Poyntor will remain nt tho Home Call and see the beautiful eilvcr plated At tho election of officers for the during the holidays warn albums picture frames etc nt Eastern Star held last Friday night J W Craven was elected worthy patron Carrs jewelry store Ezel Ivy All who expect to enroll after the hol Mrs Ellen Pieratt worthy matron Mrs idays should do so on the first morning John IMeratt John M Iloe and John W Craven nsociato matron Mrs F viz Monday the list inst W Craven arc among those who attend Â¬ J N Day treasurer J W Taulbee seced Mt Sterlinc cnurt from here retary At the installation of the above C E French and E E Atkinson will Salt rheum with its intense itching oflicers the worthy matron will iifipuuit eave Saturday morning to spend the dry hot skin is cured by Hoods Sarsn the remaining oflicers ol the order tlmt 0ijiyS with their families in Powell parilla because it purifies the blood oeing ucr preroguuve county Mrs Tyler wife of our fellow citizen Our correspondents must confine them The entertainment by the pupils on S M Tyler near town was taken quite selves to the news Wo can not nnd sick on Sunday At this writing she is will not give space for discussions which tomorrow night will bo something new dcclama- better tend only to disgust disinterested read- It will consist of recitations dialogs calisthenics and CI Swanjio register of the laud of- ers Tin Hkkaip is cosmopolitan and tions songs tableaux Pre cnt pupils and patrons fice and candidate for re election to the while we accord to everybody the right are admitted free Pupils and their pa- Hume position has our thanks for public to their views on all matters wc do not 11 I l feel it incumbent upon us toalbw them to reills or documents hc prewnttri with tho 3st st w their spleen or villify some one who of Jackson was n guest vent BrucoMareum kot -- 01 tor1 ani0lL lck mav Qot think as tliov do and wi will of Ifon 1 S Godscyand wifcovorSun All others will purchased in tuition day and Sherman Cope was in town Sat vot do it Exercises J lie charged ten cents each Having more stock than wl1 blg m at 7 0t0lk Fon Sam urday evening Acadkmiti 1 care to handle I will sell the premium Mrs Jose Swango and family have re Ioledo J Mi Stati or trotting mare Maud by Pot Hoy that moved from her farm nenr town and has won three races on the Hazel Srcen UANK j jinNiv makes n rth that will live with her father W V Trimble track Also a full brother yearling he is the senior partner of tho firm of F and family of this place in the that gives promise of making a record J CiiBsrY Co doing v IV1 Sat Si f i Fred J lleintz the practical jeweler in his two vear old form An v one who will pay the sum has an ad in may desire to buy can get a bargain by said and that said firm DOLLARS for and engraver of Lexington f vH urNDKED this papr to which the attention of our addressing or calling on me at Hazel each and every case of Catarrh that ear readers is respectfully directed not be cured by the use of Halls Ua- Green Respectfully I i Â¬ Â¬ J Â¬ j ssik seiies AJLr euu Dont forget tho Masonic dinner and I EIMGLXSJ3L KITCHEKT Dinner i J jC f ill 31 irtm ipCin3ird 01lca Among -- r-r- VOysters Lamb Fries Fish and Chicken a Specialty crars 3aUiAHT FM9tei ir t rej HAZEL jfW NEXT GREEN ACADEMY DECEMBER 31 t 1 also SESSION OF 1804 95 TERM BEGINSMONDAY Studios in nil dopnrtmonta of school work carried on Stenography nnd Typo writing KXIKNSKS FOR TWKNTY WKRK8 MntriculntJon DUiiru 1 00 iU Uv Jl11IIUttttttttftt4att4tattaaavtt44ttt4tttatsafttfv MtttMMMMMt tllllllM 111 j Wiishlnc 4 00 Muaiu per lesson 35 Stenography ami Typewriting four week 5 00 Onii liiill puyaltlu in inlvance Deduction for sickness protracted two weeks or more Home slokncf a not counted Exporionco has provun that to got tho host results pu- U pus iiiuuii luu uiHior 11 iruocL uuru 01e ii icucuors nnu nioy i irio iiiu C jy cannot bo if pormittod to board in nrivato families tivos 1 1 All pupils from ndistnnco must board n t tho Homo unlu89 pormittod by tho Principal to board with nenrrolu 1 V o Cc 1 1 1 1 V s 1 Â¬ VTir W S- I 1 Â¬ - i SkiS2a -- ZS i rtOTtT 1olTmtYi pag-TVX j 1 iM mm 5a v M FAYLOFI DAY Largest Stock Â¬ I Â¬ Dealer in General Merchandise on a Cash Basis Lowest Prices i -- bu-iiic- -a plil i m FIRE LIFE m Remember the entertainment at the Â¬ John D Rosk In TAurn Cuui Tho pro Academy to morrow night On the ISth of November there was gram will be varied and we bespeak a born to the wife of Wiiliam Hall who pleasant time for all who attend lives a few miles below Hazel Green on Bill says that C C Hanks deputy sheriff was a Red river twin boys they are Democrats and his ambition is guest of the Day house Tuesday night reand left for Lee City on Wednesday to bring thorn up so that they may morning He is stirring up the tax pay flect credit upon the distinguished gen tlemen for whom ho has consented to ers a bit name them Carlisle and Cochran two of J T Day will convert the old Floyd the most prominent advocates of the Jef- Day storehouse into a dwelling and has fersonian doctrine now in the country contracted with John Davis for a stack John G Carlisle Hall and William chimney with four fire places to render Bourko Cochran Hall will be their full it tenable names but for brovitv and in the inter Get your shirts and collars ready to est of euphony it will bo sufficient to send to the laundry if you want to ap call them simply Carlisle and Cochran pear in immaculate linen during the With a few such citizens as Mr Hall Christmas holidays J W Craven will and wife old Wolfe would soon come to tho front as tho banner Democratic end them away for you county Their example is worthy of Mr Quicksall manager of the JIazcl hereon mill company is quite proud of emulation the new saw rigging and says thoy are The editor of Tin- JlrHATP stepped saw lumber of any kind into tho blacksmith shop of Rose Davis now prepared to at short notice i les a hustler a few days since and was shown a road by that firm just J M Havens who has a haudsomo ad wagon at the completed longwa ahead price is a in this issue of our paper is doing n fine which of the factory wagons in point of dura business in tho jewelry line and if you want any repairing done he will give you bility and quite as haudsomo as anything entire satisfaction in both work and price we have seen from the big factories Mr Rose told us tho price was 00 and Jimmio Day in company with Ben added that nothing but the best material Quicksnll and Grant Lncy paid his old entered into iU construction though they love Tins Hkuald office a visit Tuesday could purchase spokes etc at one fourth night Jimmio will accompany Thomas tho price paid for the kind they used Lee to the Lone Star state early in Ian They say they prefer to use tho best manary terial and give satisfaction rather than L Godscy writes that ho is now to mako a big profit Living prices is Henry installed as secretary to Congressman all they want and those of our friends Hcckuer and any of his friends who may who want first class vehicles should give wish to communicate with him can ad them a call On another page of this dress him at Washington D C 1115 paper wo reproduce a fairly good likoncks New York avenue northwest of tho wagon they build after looking Quicksall roturnelhomc at which go and give them an order Mis3 Â¬ Â¬ s - Notary Public tiken internally and acts directly on the blood and urn Send for cuous surfaces of the system testimonials free F J CHENEY 90 Toledo 0 GSold by druggists 7 1c - Sworn to before me and subscribed in my presence tins 5th dav of SeaU December A iJ 1SSG A W GLEASOX FRAXK J CI1EXEY ACCIDENT Kates Reasonable Halls Catarrh Cure is fS1 OVEE ASSETS LOSSES PAID is KgjSgbThcSnfost Host and MOST RELIABLE Agency iii JOastern Iventucky Address A 1L0 FIRMAN Alt Sterling Ky 26000000 27500000 Going to Urciipri M rs F N DAY just now in receipt of a full lino of j CALL ON Fred t J Heintz Manufacturing Jeweler Custom Houso Square BtJPPyliBfiafH ts Fall and Winter Hats Dress Goods Dress Trimmings Notions Etc Etc Trimmed Hats from WHW51 tnimK sss rzmf 11 m - wviHHifl wxWftH m 100 up r HrniSL Â¬ vi AfcoH bTATE UOLLEGE follow a OF KhNTUCKY Opens SEPTEMBER 10th 1894 rOCOIVOU IIVO Affriniiltiirnl Soiontific Uiolocicnl Civil Kiiffinooring hanical Enuinoorlntj Votorinarv Classical Normal School County Ul ns Thirty Profoasora and Instruclors Eirlit Courses of Study Mo- tOfiO to 4 nppOMllOOS Â¬ mFmkmflm wiLmimssmmt Wmmmmm fWKKFRX mw -- wiik in nrivato familios i uuiiuu jjuiuu in iiuiiiiiwiv For catnloguos apply to Ph T w r tag v PA TWER ROW PrnRidont KY LEXINGTON Mattie Tuesday evening from a visit to Mt Sterling She wius accompanied on the trip by Miss Kate Amyx Jimmio Day and Master Roland Taulbee son of Dr Rreck Taulbee Tho journey was made pleasant by instrumental twisic by Jim mio Day whilo MnBtor Roland exercised Â¬ NoUos In tho ears sometimes a roaring Ulnii ila buzzing Â¬ his vocal powers Â¬ r7 Wo rQgret very muoh to bo compelled lloons Pill aro tho best aftor dinner to lcavcVeMi Very nowy and in treat But it did not fpilJfi aSSlSl IllgWUIUilt MWJVJtlV VUIIWlll- ing letter from Campton U reach us until Wodnesday night and nlU tion INr IttMit the typo for tho paper was up Isewa Desiring to discontinue housekeeping letters should reach us by Monday night nt nil rnm mnrtln I will rout my houso and garden of a nM tnMm 1 j tions not of a newsy nature should bo in milo from Hazel Green until Juno my farm wim house hand by Friday night preceding jay of 180i or I will rent publication Durilig these jiliort day A we etc Parties dftftijjgTo rffiEcjjiQjfarm are eoMincltcditto Rdont this rillo or im- - nr houso may nppiy io me 01 prcHn3 pose extra Mn Xaxkie ICash U41U ftPVlW WPff ouromcc lorce sound arc caused by catarrh that ex ceedingly disagreeable and very common disease Loas of smell or hearing also result from catarrh HoodsSarsaparilla the great blood purifier m a peculiarly suocesful remedy for thi disease which it cures by purifying tho blood HBIlBy EVERYBODY il MERCHANTS Bi JOB WHOLESALE LOT W HOUSEONLY - 137 and 139 Race Street Drives in 9 a Cincinnati Ohio CaCOTEie BMHS Sond for our Prico HM lAntmtJl Uiriv WITH i atf ft 11 W J SEITZ WITH CHAKLES l W M KERB I0BBEK8 00 PEED PEEBLES WHOLESALE Oo is WSK Our Prices WITHIN YOUR Hardwart Agricultural Uwpliwonts Dry G0QdA v REynT 8 iJhUinmtAivatx ftiitrriWt oqnC Aril 9 h it I L Pi fcgyrT ii ii mi in - rw ru t - -sjz iz UMIIIMI v ill lnUl i1 ijuii i y -- y TV Ui v t TR ii TWO BAKK FfiAktf Tk Baltimore PUk km IttfriUry Oar Visits PrejKwitlet Fer XtforalRg thi Carrency Oeaipared TIII3 HALTIMOUE PLAN K Scctipu Tho provisions oC tho national Jjnukingiict requiring tho doposifc of bonds iosouuro eircula tinjuitjtbs horoiiflor ifteuod shall bd rortealtld minod by law shall inurolotho bonofit of tho Unitod States Section 7 Tho govern mont shall havo a prior loin upon thoassots of onch failod bank and upon tho lia- Â¬ bility of sharoholdors for tho pur pose of rostoring tho amount with Â¬ drawn from tho guaranteo fund for tho rodomption of its circula- Â¬ tion not to oxcood howovor tho amount of tho failed banks out Â¬ this found boforo rocoiving notos Whon a bank fails its guarantoo fund hold on deposit to bo paid into tho safety fund and used in tho rodomption of its notos and if this fund shall bo impaired by tho OTAMM MmMw Best Set of Teeth Vitalized Air Administered Extracted MavvftaiH 1 uatob W WtS3SKl Used for Filling and Extracting Without Pain or Danger aim 900 4 m t IP f- - A - V VJ i t 1 ju k- - v- - iWIW1 Am standing circulation after deduct Section 3 MllbV tbp biniks to is- - ing thHtim to its orodit jn tho huo circulating noted to tliVntmount Hodonihtion fundYHbotidnfi al- of 50 nor cent of thoir paid up un- - roady in tho hands of tho troasuror Manager impairod capital subjocfc to itttixlbf tho Unitod States Soolion 8 Circulation canboro- of ono half of lpor con t por an Â¬ SB num upon tho avorogo amount of tirod by a bank at any timo upon circulation oulslanding for tho depositing witli tho troasuror of tho yoar and all additional circulation Unitod Stales lawful monov in of 25 por cent of thoir paid up amount oqual to tho sum desired unimpaired capital subjoct both to bo withdrawn and immediately toftho tax of ono half of 1 por cont upon such deposit tho lax indicated 2 and 4 shall coaso por annum and to an additional in sections heavy tax por annum upon tho av Â¬ upon tho circulation so retired If It 13 He your pennies will ro pay Omit Section 0 In tho event of tho banks orago amount of such circulation o f Hon ost trl nlN nil suf- fl clont Failure there will never bo I For Buccoju will Omit Those Who uso Q C B 1 S ilopoal of the provisions of outstanding for tho year said ad- Â¬ winding up of tho business of a m u rz tO ditional 25 por cent to bo known bank by reason of insolvency or tho reorganization and oxtonsion iggg zir0 otherwise tho treasurer of tho Uni- Â¬ act of July 12 1882 imposing lim- Â¬ as omorgoncy circulation Addrcti Quaker City li P Co JlichmoV- 2nd Section d Tho tax of ono half of ted States with tho concurrence of itations upon tho reduction and in por cent por annum upon tho av Â¬ tho controller of tho currency may case of national bank circulation 9 Repeal all provisions of tho erage amount of circulation out Â¬ on tho application of tho directors TMJ0 or of tho liquidator receive- as- - law requiring banks to keep a ro standing shall bo paid lo tho Irons- nror oi uio united bintos as a signoo or other proper ofllcial and sorvo on account of doposils 10 Tho secretary of tho treasury means of rovonuo out of which tho upon being satisfied that proper arrangoments havo boon made for may in his discretion use any sur- Â¬ Â¬ oxpensos of tho ollico of tho controller of tho currency tho print Â¬ tho pay mon t of tho notes of tho plus rovonuo of tho Unitod Statos AND ing of circulating notes etc shall bank and any tax duo thereto pay in tho rodomption and retirement bodofrayod Tho oxcess ovor ono ovor to such directors liquidator of United Statos legal tender notos half of 1 por cent of tho tax roceivor assignoo or other proper but such rodomption shall not in imposod upon tho omorgoncy cir- Â¬ official tho amount at Ihocroditof tho aggregate oxceed an amount culation shall bo paid into tho tho bank in tho rodomption fund oqual to 70 por cent of tho addi- Â¬ tional circulation taken out b na- Â¬ referred lo in indicalod in section 4 gunnuiloo fund tional and state banks undor the Mil CAULISLKs PLAN section 0 CHEAP SIMPLE J Jiepoai all laws requiring nr syslom horoin proposed Section 4 Tho banks issuing cir- Â¬ BE LIABLE HANDY 1 Circulating notes issued by a culation shall deposit and main- Â¬ authorizing tho deposit of Unitod Insurance may cover actual loss of goods burned bu tain with tho troasuror of tho Uni- Â¬ States bonds as security for circu- Â¬ banking organization duly organ- Â¬ docs not pay for time and trade lost while re establishing it ized under tho laws of any state ted States a redemption fund lation business JREYKNT THE FIRE WITH A STKM1MH 2 Pormit national luniks to is- and which transacts no other than oqual to 5 por cont of thoir out Â¬ Wf SPENCER COOPER Hazel Green Ky agent for Wolfe and standing average circulation as sue notes to an amount of not ex Â¬ a banking business shall bo ox omptod from taxation undor tho Morgan Counties fJSFTall nml wi- tlm Liuio Womlou provided for under tho oxisting ceeding 75 por cont on thoir paid laws of tho United Statos whon it up and unimpaired capital but ro law Section5 Tho redemption of tho quiro oaeh bank before receiving is shown to tho satisfaction of tho nptjos of all banks solvonl or insol nolos to deposit a guarantee fund secretary of tho treasury and the vohfcj to be mado us provided for consisting of Unitod States logal controller of tho currency DEALER IX That such bank has at no time tondor notes including treasury by the oxisting law Soction 0 Create a guaranteo notos of J 800 to tho amount of A0 had outstanding its circulating fund through a deposit by oaeh por cent upon theeirculatingnotes notes in excess of 75 por cont of HARDWARE TINWARE bank of 2 por cont upon tho amount appliod for this porcontago of do its paid up and unimpaired capital 2 That its stockholders aro indi- Â¬ of circulation recoived tho first posits upon tho circulating notes And a Full Line of Agricultural Implements for the redemption yoar Thoroaftor impose a tax of outstanding to bo maintained at vidually liablo Mitchell Wagons Owensbovo Wagons ono half of 1 por cont upon tho all timos and whonovor a bank re of its circulating notos to tho full McCormick Binders and lowers avorago amountof outstanding cir Â¬ tiros its circulation in wholo or in ox tout of thoir ownership of stock AVhiteleys Solid Slcel Binders ami Mowers 8 That tho circulating notos culation tho same to bo paid into part its guaranteo fund to bo ro Rcpmrs kept in stock for McCormick AVliitclcy and this fund until it shall equal 5 por turnod to it in proportion to tho constituto by law a fills t loin upon Champion Machinery Granger and Tiger Hay llakcs all tho assets of tho bank cont of tho ontiro circulation out Â¬ amount of notos rotirod Avery and Malta Double Shovel Plows I That tho bank has atall times 0 Kotain tho provision of tho standing whon tho collection of such tax shall bo suspended to bo law making stockholders individ- Â¬ kopt a guaranteo fund in Unitod resumed whonovor tho controller ually liable and provido that tho Statos legal tendor notos including of tho curroncy shall doom it nec circulating notes shall constitute a troasury notes of 1S00 oqual to 550 ossaryC first lion upon all tho assets of tho por cont of its outstanding circu- Â¬ lating notos and Tho notos of insolvont banks bank Queensware Cut Throat Prices 5 That it has promptly ro Â¬ 4 Iniposo a tax of ono half of 1 shall bo rodoomod by tho troasuror doomod its notos on domand at its MANTELS AND GRATES of tho Unitod Statos out of tho por centum payablo upon tho avorago amount of principal oflico or at ono or more guarahtoo fund if it shall bo sufii oiont and if not suflioiont then out notos in circulation to defray tho of its branch oflicos if it has any 12 Tho socrotaryof tho treasury The Farmers Friend of tho monoy in tho treasury tho oxponsos of printing notos official may undor propor rules and regu Â¬ North Maysville Street samo to bo reimbursed to tho troas supervision cancellation etc TCv Mt Sterling -- j O lations to bo established by him 5 No national bank note to bo ury out of thoguarantoo fund whon and permit stato banks to procure and roplonishod oithor from tho assets of loss denomination than TRIMBLE BROTHERS of tho samo denomination uso in tho preparation of their of tho failod banks or from tho tax all nolos W URjRi s to bo uniform in design but banks notos tho distinctive popor used in aforosaid m MT STERLING KY banking associations desiring to redoem thoir notes in printing United Statos securities National organized after this plan shall havo gold may havo thorn mado payablo but no stato bank shall print or llUOKAMOSUAVIS gono into oporation may rocoivo in that coin Tho secretary of tho ongravo its notos in similitudo of H HH st iiijirty kv a Unitod Statos noto or certificate circulation from tho controller of troasury to havo authority to pro Livery Feed and Sale Stable with tho curroncy upon paying into tho paro and koop on hand roady for or national bank noto HAZEL GREEN KY Bettman Bros Co guaranteo fund a sum bearing issuo upon application a rosorvo of Tbo Grand Art Qallory cruouhio and Single MANUFACTURERS -- CLOTHING Tho art gallory of thoLoxington tho ratio to tho circulation annliod blank national bank notos for Uigs and Saddle Jorsvs for hire Parties convey OnVHtVonrl Stront CINCINNATI for 4antl ullowod that tho goaran joaoh banking association having manufacturers exposition which ed to any point on reason Tlietrndcof Kasteru Kentucky incrcliAiito opened Monday is ono of tho grand Â¬ too fund boars to tho total circu- Â¬ circulation uble terms is respectfully solicited O I will also nttcml to all calls for outstanding and to bo sub- Â¬ 0 Koquirooach national banking est oxhibits of notid paintings lation nuc of joct to tho tax of ono half of por association to redeem its notos at ovor soon in tho south Both pri tioncering and solicit business e this hind ilcsnoctfullv A JOHN it llERATT cont por annum as oallod for by its own office and at agencies to bo vato and public art gallorios havo boon ransackod and thoir choicest tho troasury of tho Unitod Statos dosignatod by it POSITIONS GUARANTEED 7 To provido a safety fund for goms uoloctod and tho value of tho for tho creation and maintonanco under rcasonablo conditions Our FRRF bbvxi kin v iiinuu iiiniino mm a tho immediate rodomption of tho paintings oxhibitod will bo ovor cataloRuo will explain vrhy wo can aKord it 96 paco of thiri fund COPYRIGHTS W - iw 100000 This art gallory is not Dfaughons Practical Business College VAn I flllTATN A PTKVTf Fop No association or individual shall circulating notos of failod banks NASHVILLE TENN porcontum por a collection of tho work of ama irAliViiViV1 9i wh0 havo had noarlrurty roars Write for catalogue upon any part of imposo a tax of have any claim Oook keeplng Shorthand Penmanship and Tele- - floS iaSln taiW ulne the money in tho said guarantoo annum upon tho avorago oiroula tours but contain paintings which nploymentDepartment than halt tho Uutinest VH excopfc for tho rodomption tion of oaeh bank until tho fund to havo Boon will mark an ora in JlSFc2iak1liauln fund woekt by our method 8 bkkePng l cquit to 12 weeks by the Of ili circulating notos of any in amounts to 5 por cont of tho total tho lifo of any ono and long aftor nM ii cachc ira year 600 students past Wo no Cw colt biSM IVlfi0 etifl1 Mcr con and beforothe pnbllowlth vacation enter anv Inventor Th end Id outstanding Roquiro tho exposition is ovor it will bo a recently prepared time CiitAf IJoavd adaptedhave fcSwt 61iWt national banking aaaocia circulation booke especially to iiuitl2ite has by fiutVi T117 Jiiori AnyiurpluB or rosidu of eaoh now bank and oaeh bank ta- Â¬ ploasure to visitors to look back sent on 90 HOME STUDYus and einlaiii m trial your to itii u S8 Mfnfritfti fund which may- king bufadditional circulation of andromembortho works of art that cancleswantsbookna We payWrite cash for all KSLttHSfc as keepers steneKraphers teacher wi olsrks they saw there nm riw Hai tc repened tout provided we fill sane or deUr- dtpoiit its proper proportion if MKrUiud f 111 1 rodomption of tho notos of failod national banks and tho imme- Â¬ 60 diately available cosh assets of 25 Tgetli such banks ura insufficient to re Â¬ GVtZrl establish the fund it shall at onco MTt vriii bo mado good by pro rata assess Â¬ sSWSJ ments upon tho othor banks ac Over Opera House LEXINGTON KY t cording to tho amounts of thoir outstanding circulation but thoro R H HODGKEN D D S shall bo a first lion unon all tho BST ALL WORK GUARANTEED u9sots of tho failed bank or banks irinnrriT im iwwiMM imumw wwii n wiiiiifiiMiimwiniriiif to reimburse tho contributing ZlffKft rrik P H F S B v nXBHmW Tfo A Kfunnffh HlffM Mtf R ii I 1 I k JO w JJfl Ji a Ik banks Tho safety fund may bo i invostod in outstanding Unitod I il Iurc VEV 2f Uwt no tupcrlor H7wJomc Himitc 10c Statos bonds having tho longest time Jot titticv timo to run tho bonds and tho in Â¬ vffl Allnffii- M J tti t v s at jj-- ynz V v terest upon them to bo held as part f QUAKnnCiTV of tho fund and sold whonovor noc Ililllltlllllllllfkn I of all weve found tho kitii Clahn3 n place ubovc tho rest Omit I A ohiUily pure and wholesome ossary to rodeom notos of failed o J Jt ten jicrnlw fret riBfttn plo Of your Grocer nn y Any cents cents Wllih m W5i If fl mn n bi B - ft api no ruw im H B Q B - J jm - f zv - a tri m Fpl M BL HI B IB Hulfcut-isfuc-tlo- n - m - i mn- - - 1 - mm SteiiselFifeEitiilier SAVE YOUR HOUSE KIBE 1 Â¬ - 1 QUEESWARE -- The Best and Cheapest Cook Stoves and Ranges on the Market at semi-annual- ly 1 mr J xSAXdB OBOCDBB PIERATT K 1 m SMlSJSMlMIWffiK lrtt v- - Vt9KSi r 4k mm i PrfWiKWw CTycCT assmszii -- - -- - r9r9nr i jrnw 4 o A MUCH HONORED MAN FAITirTJL TO TIE LAST Whothort in thoond it may turn out to monn much orlittlo or any- Â¬ thing at all cprtnin it is that tho prosont filling of tho political stago by Sccrotary Carlislo to tho willing exclusion of oveu tlio presidont i ii i niinson is ino iloaning lopio in political circles in Washington today It is discussed by Repub Â¬ licans as woll as Democrats and much intorost is manifested Suv oral wooks ago tho Star quoted a Kontucky friond of Mr Carlisle who predicted tho rotiromont of tho secretary from tho political 1 Secretary Carlisle Is Just Now EbIoyIbh The Lots aad Respect as Old Nnre Has a Big Ovatloa fer His Deal Master Wi Court Comparison and Dify Competition Wincnesier N H I saw a pathotio instanco at Groonsboro Qa of a negros fidel- Â¬ ity said a travoling man About ton milos from tho town I saw a gravo with a marblo slab at its head Soated noar it was an old nogro with a bunch of llowors which ho was placing upon tho mound I stopped my horso and said Whoso uravo is that undo Marsta Toms boss 1 am his nigger Oh no you aro no mans nig Â¬ ger now Didnt you know you wore WINCHESTER KY mi WITHER8P00N PrwMwit R I HUNTER CMkkr 1 i HITIRtflP t Iflf IffYS Vww rJM JL IT 1 Ck kem Nww Paid up Capital 20000000 Surplus 6000000 This Dank fiolloltn the accounts of mer larinera traders am business hhh generally throughout Eastern Kentucky and odors its customers every facility and tho most liberal terms within the limits of legltlmnto bankhiK octl8ly chnutfl 31 itil tl2 xSai0S mm Cisu cay jiational Bant CIAY CITY KY bout dat sah administration This same gontln- - Jco Marstor Toms niggor sah an man said to a ropruspiilativo of tho hes fob mo suah up dab whar do Star today that tho situation had spirit wont when ley laid Marstor suddenly changed and that it Tom lioah Doso lians dono toto looked now as if Mr Cnrliso might him from dat place doy call Shiloh become a greater political leader an ho diod whilol wahtotin him ifceWfAt Al MUfc than over beforo do not mean jest closod his oyes and wont to to predict his nomination for tho sleep an whon 1 comes tor cross presidency this friend explained do ribbor ob Jordan ho jos hoi out though that now would appoar to his bans an he tolls do angol at do bo distinctly within tho possibiii gato who T bo an ho lot mo in 1 tios but moroly to point out tho dreamed bout it las night boss importance both to tho party and I was intorosted in tho old dar to tho country of tho sontimont keg and wanted to hear his story of tho curroncy question and how Tho slab at tho gravo told mo it prominont and potent ho will bo was that of Colonol Tom Winn in all of tho controversy Tho killed at tho battle of Shiloh and presidont lias turned tho matter J questioned tho faithful old negro over to him and what ho shall say furtlOi o and do thoroforo on tho subject How old aro you undo will carry tho double woight of his Mos a hundred J rocon sah ad- t CATALOGUES own aulhoritv ariufhat of tho Was vou in the war4 ministration as well Went wif Marstor Tom sah HANDBILLS Mr Carlislo is to Tso his nigger and hes in hoabon Tho talk that bo Mr Clevelands political logateo Iso jos a vmitin till doso olo bones doesnt arrest so much attention weary wid trabblnin ober do road CIPvCULARS Greater intorost attaches to the whatll tako mo to do ribbor whon Kentucky situation and to tho Marstor Tomll help his olo niggor Dunno nufiin j 1 field at tho closo of tho prosont froov Capital FLOYD DAY lVehident 50000 J P COX Cashlur jMrrir TTPT -- No Hank in 1 Iiistorn Kentucky lins better vnnlts nor better facilities for Uuvpltig your account Managed entirely by home people who know you uiiil who ure ulwayH rendy to aceotiiinoilate you 0Money to Icinn on reasonable rates Call on 11H mUKkV Ptasan3H fhTj u ag3K3RWi 3S NOW clarfcoityiatioiialBa MAIN STREET Prepared for Printing OF WINOHESTER KY JOHN Capital 11KAN 1 President F CU11TIS Cashier 200000 Unillvldcil Surplus 100000 Profits 35000 EVERY DESCRIPTION bUCI I AS Organized lSC being the oldest bank in the county Collections made on all pointy and your biiRinet s holieited t - Traders Deposit Bank MT STERLING LETTER HEADS KY 10000 Capital V 200000 Surplus President J M G HKISTAFF U KlllKlATllICK Vice Prestdenl W W THOMSON Cnsliier r 14 STATEMENTS NOTEHEADS ENVELOPES PROGRAMS growing impression both hero and thoro that Mr Carlislo is to bo an activo participant in noxt yoars campaign in tho bluegrass state a w and that tho result thoro will de tormino his political status for tho fnturo Tho rumor that ho may bo nominated for governor is dis- missod by Kontuekians as of no moment but all admit that ho touches tho senatorial raco at all points Whothor his ro election to tho sonato in January 1800 upon a currency platform of his own devising would mako Mr Car- Â¬ lislo a fow months lator invincible in tho Democratic national con- Â¬ vention nobody will undertake to obor Was yoiHrith him whon ho was generally tliroiiyhout Kasiern Kentucky A guneral lianking bi Ninevt done live us it elutnee to wend you a bank book nay your cheeks and loan you uionev wlion in lieed W V Thompson Jasliher We respectfully solicit ilio ttt iioim of mcr- eliiuits fanners tindt rn and ImihJiioks inun killed I i DODGE IIS Dono pick him up an toted him to placo doy oall Corinth don I fo n a irain got to do placo doy call Chattanooga do nex day wo wore in Atlanta Marstor Tom don in glory Dis hcali niggor lof to tend his body Doy buried him whon 1 got him hoah an dis niggor jest left to tond his grabo an keep do flowers hyali Marstor Tom alius fond ob flowors sah 1 found upon inquiry that tho story was true and for a quarter of a century tho faithful negro had prodict But many Kontuekians done nothing but attond tho gravo declaro without resorve that it of his young mastor whoso body ho would result in instructions from brought from northorn Mississippi tho state again for him for tho to central Goorgia presidential nomination Wash Â¬ a misers Isold f was r right dar boss MINUTES a Anything Everything in Fact That Can Be Printed With Type Press Paper OW-f0W-W-W-0PW0-W0OW- W TH- E- m rrn Mwwum i1 Iflt Sterling Ky Knows a Good Thing When Ho Soos It I ICjXf I ington Star Twonty years ago William Yates a bachelor miser was buriod closo found tho announcement of John in li l f nnnr TmvlHvi1in in flliirv jrvf Ho Would Mako a Good One Bolievcd to Have Boon Urtoarthod by the Dead Hans Relatives f I I Read Whatf They J Say J B - Wo tako this CooiKit My dear friend method of thanking you for past favors You havo porformod an oxcollont job on our Minutos Thoy aro printed on nioo oloan whito papor with very readable typo and bound in bountiful tinted papor in good Btylo Tho ontiro job gives porfoet satis- Â¬ faction Wo sincoroly thank you for sanio For tho nico work you havo dono for 113 we again ask you to accopt our thanks and promiso that you shall havo our printing horoaftor Very Rospectfully Mit im M M yl s Is just now receiving his nrs nn8 Holiday Goods embracing Watchon Dia nionds Jewelry of ovory kind solid and plalod sil- vor ware bric-a-bra- c I m fjv vry otc g jji Prices win ho lowest g TV Give him a call and you HUVII I1IIIIIIIV Canoo Forlc Rroathitt County Ky Rev John F Arrowood K In this issuo of tho Sun will Wrlnrl AfnnfiTnrmnv w be c t devoted to working for and hoard- Tn tins way it m tvi m ij cnid lhnt in inniiKKnr n Inrfnnn w wUw r t uunu it lo nil mo oinco is uiumosuontHn I vanuiiiJiy unLiiuuimi ui iiuiu Tiw i i inn jtuuiaujr tmvt iihhiji 000 to 20000 Shortly boforo his vonil ronroach and ho has certain Tl ifl ri ion ii i jiioh s monnv i i isnnnnnvnr i done party sorvico long enough i no ono know whoro savq a rolativoj an d woll onough to desorvo tins lrgima buts tliQi fiUDHoaition in r jf i jio is lamiLui into anui was r r nan ooon Honor uurioci lor inai ii un ufoiitg iu Vlfof lntorest kol the i t ni i ii party and wiiotner oaiung ins Various oflortsworomndo to find nrivatacanaoitv ho imnor or in- his -- i mjm1 i missing treasure but without V ho has lot no opportunity slip V avail A fowdayssincotwostran- i uu rjiuuuuiii uwijutiiiy iiin j wl in urn iniiin ini MU UU1JJUUU UWin lviMU UMW UilU llKJtLLll Irnli rrt u prpiecuon aim Vu woro found desecrating Later they ates tho neglected gravo of Vm wholly in this commission district VIU Jl tJL UilUli 1 i i itn4limt niinrh 11111 n Mil myw ixtiArin i arrest but that night tho two men T dftto savo Mr AMiod hoTshoultl bought tickets forCharlottosvilla coivo pyorynVoto in it Winel Virginia Vijio gravowttsthpn Jjff-tea Dpmocrat iledVand closo by an iron ohest v YonnQ Cqantorfpltors badly eaton with rust was found Chnrlos Hoffmaiij ayoung ship nnd a hugo holo in tho ground pUg clerk and Louis Roed a clorlci whoro U Jay TJup it is boliovodr storo wero nfli coiifamod tio go Id of tho nliHor inipi second rw i hir m and tho two strangers woro Virginia t f rolativos who carried iV JSwav To tUVV iu ouijiJiittijMV countoi- - giypOyitliCtoneil ttio frailly CJbvolnfrtV charged with Uptumod4spd wprcfpuiidfiayoral inx gold coins of various clonpminA- foicing ILonmaiiwaBCigkt i as iffircandidato CASlll i uuunu Krrailrpud i j- i 1 1 ik j - irn aii - iuu jiuju ir v wjis jwr - - iu X v I I I - r i - hk i ififcATfitoTie I xliffVii I JI f 3ttHWMMWWtW s s M Doar Sir I havo justrecoivod of Enterprise Association and havo iliiites oriticisod tlieni arid find tliem a perfect job I therefore say iivbdhalf of tho editor that it is tho host 10b of All nu to printing that 1 havo oyer from anViOJIico and can choorfully roooinmond tho work of Tin- Herald ArTico to all who dosiro to havo job printing lono 03ocially Minutos either for stylo noatnsss or accuracy And wjll farthor Xisajaiojaii wsiorjKrtssociaiious wiiij iiuHico ursi cjtiHH IfevoScSf tlijHlan that Thk InAM will givo poiv W F Lkixh ffdolsatisfSclidif Gnissy JiniTOtiiIlKitAiin Htho AllO rv Prof IX W NmtUiurlSyiarA principal of tho - ommGrcial College By 4he LorEiucVivCl 4hti1 - Awarded Modal and Diploma to mflou IliiNturnu lirniou ilUHtnom LftirIo anoutlfO Inrludlnlr tuition Uookrt jini bihtril IionpKTllv TyMivflUiriiU Trlpcrrnpliy itufftit i0wmitcoitfiH crnrtuMon KjlI lit lunks mid 14 olUclnlH Jio VhchUoh filter Now Kontucky ItitVprMty Dlplnmu nwnrdril unr RruthifitiiC airHptlrlnl nttnutloii Klviii to Mi itirliiic Mliuutlpnt fur uruOuutti Jor clrculnrx niltlroM WILBUR R OMITH LEXINOTON KY MOOT IN QUANTITY For MjMfont of nakbfHpliifr Worlds Celumbtan Expsiltlfln ciy - - 1TH f I tw I ietMrsfcqmlimnting our work and giv usla Address- area few of th manv PSIGBS order r BEOTIN QUALITY i - - - 4 - 1 IWJ i fWlIM trM mmJ 1 - WORMS Matt lad all WORM Romodl EVERY BOTTLE GUAMNTD vermifuge 20 FOR YEARS WHITES CREAM f sid v xtt nRuowifTi BtrMiBnf thi JT lit lILrM rl3i iwi S pa T1 1 f a i trn TTUC jii it i3 rummrm MiUmj u I 1 At 4 i to Price n t r s JSOrfiJOq - v haw FiUiimim tho ao trirtlKlw5 tfrtfl15ofWd tiopp4 yjHQ 2HA3KiaJ02- - va UltJ fMW lh p r i F- imwfWr - yr aw nyMStiWiy- tvyll U - pJK5fcSi - tftIT A 35 pviiwuiBHimiyitw tvTU - WOLFE COUNTY week Jrf W f Tnno vrtru IIiuiALU mh ttviiiva iwlfTun li I - crn n beat J L wince V- - U It Elkini Rntlicrcil 1000 btaliols of frAHr quo licld Heat that mid you Holly rs tr t Mooro of Jackson nml jailer Hobba passed through htoro Wednesday wltk Simon Hollon They wcro convey injr hi in to Jackson to linvo his trial for alinnttui lMro It M Primlm nnmn inn 1 1 Married on the 12th inst at the fdeneo of tho brides father Wm Ever MIhh llo Georgo W Hollon toand MissLizzio Ger Evcrsolc John T Graham tie Stone attendants G W Tyra ofli cinting Our school closed yesterday anil our teacher Miss Lizzie Lykins returned home leaving many friends behind Sho has tho honor of teaching tho best flchonl that was ever taught here and has promised to bo with us again noxt year Misses Itcbccca Josie Sarah Lou Per iles aud Laura Hollon Miss Susie Ly Â¬ kins W J J It and T C Nathan It L Hollon Frank Hatton John T Gra linm It L D 0 and Isanc Miller vis ited and had a joyous tiinont Jonas Hoi- Ions Tuesday night resi Â¬ Â¬ still maintaining nestly His unristian integrity wunout snoior Hq has the largest audiences blemish to hear him proAch of any mnn that has r country which isovi over cen U Ucnco cnoiigh of his high Btandiug and ability as a most excellent preacher Those who want the doctrine of Christ preached in its most simple form would do well to hear Brother H iward preach All we ask of the people is to give him a patient and impartial hearing and treat hiiu with all the respect that is duo a Christian gentlemen and a preacher of the glorious gospel of Christ Elder Asa B Nickcll L G Mukphy nsr and effectively - I PJiy6icianand Surgeon HAZEL GREEN K CgrSurgcry nlid obatctricnnapccinlty r r fHHH t D to R J F LOOKHAUT 4toXW4404im4i and Winter Stock of New Fall vl mSiiL 33HKTW3CW KEL KY Eats and Bonnets Just Received Prices Lower 1 linn Ever A W 7 Baker Korth lenibroko JIass FLOYD BYKD W rs mAGCAZi CALLUS No 49 North Broadway LEXINGTON KY Â¬ Campton Ky collecKtiarnntceU J Ecl Ky Dec 10 1891 i S NtOKELL x ATTORNBY-AT-LA- Oaiiu Shanghai - Rov N preached hero Sunday night John T Graham and Samuel Wadkeiu of Lane wero in town Sunday and Mon Â¬ day Ono of David Uudds sons was thrown from a horso a few days ago the hon c Htonping on tho boys face lacerating it badly Jeff Davis who liveNon Johnson fork threw his jnwa out of placo by gaping and is in bad shape Dr J It Carroll thinks ho will have to place him under the influence of chloroform in order to get his jaws set again Tho town marshal of Hazel Green was up in tho mountains of ltcd river hunt ing a few days ago Wo guess ho was Ho Baid that ho lost his spec hunting tacles and left some possum fur with your Bcribe And Â¬ II Ijoo City Ioonln V Duncgan of Maylown MORGAN COUNTY MhJohIIc Stool Ilnnceri Steel is superceding cast iron in nil structural work requiring strength of Bridges steamships office material buildings and all other construction work requiring resistance to Htrainsamlstrcsscs Following this are now made of steel steel ranges are idea tho Majestic made of cold rolled steel plates riveted funt bolted to frames of malleable iron jnot cast iron thus preventing tho open ing of joints by conlrac ion aud expan Without sion or loosening of bolts doubt this is the strongest and most durable construction ever presented to pur chasers as is evidenced by thojmmcnse sales of Majestic ranges An apprecia tive public is not slow to commend an article that hns strength without too great weight that does its cooking with out waili of food or fuel that supplies an abundance of hot water without a forced firo or interference iu baking that economizes time and saves labor that requires no repairs in short a range that has the compound qualities of great ness without glitter Such is the Ma now on exhibition at W W jestic Heeds hardware store Mt Sterling Open to the inspection of ladies from 9 a m to 9 p m No souvenir no gift enterprise but the most delicious Ma biscuit jestic coffee with baked in a Majestic range will be served in the Majestic parlors to all prospective buyers Special induce merits nre offered to purchasers during this exhibit Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ tions mnilc and prompt returns Connected with thelnw firm of Wood Mt Sterling Ky in eh II piactlcc T C g Ahbtracts of title furnished Dy JOHNSON J II SWASOO HiizpI Green JE3IWI1 to Tin- CfUDptOII After the Grip Rollef from JOHNSON ATTORNEYS-AT-LA-- SWANCO W Â¬ contracted while In camp at LlnnAcld in 1SG2 A110WAKD STAMPER Attounev-at-La- w T linvo been troubled tnoro or Icis since tliit time aud have been unable to do any heay CAMPTON KY work much less any lifting I received only MT STEIMJNG KY temporary relief from medicine Last sprint Will practice in the courts of Wolfe and the 1 had an attack of the grip Mhich left me with adjoining counties All busiucss entrusted Collars Culls tnderucar Ac In fact all A Bad Cough Vory Woak your clothing that you wish to have hum to our care will receive prompt Attention dried in a superior manner physically In fact my system was completely rundown I trlod a bottle of Hoods Sarsapa J V OKA YEN Auent Hazel Green Kj OMBS HOUSE rllla and it made mo feel so much better that I CAMPTON KY continued taking it and have taken sit bottles lias done wonders for me as I have not been It bo free from my old pains aud troubles since the J II HOLLON PnoPRiCTOit Will jirnctice in the Wolfe county nnd cir cuit courts collections proiiijiwj C I Hood Co Lowell Mass nnd nbstructs of title iurnished on short 1 liad kidney trouble and sercro pains in notice my bade which wns brought about by a cold Wonderful and Permanent Hoods Sarsaparllla lieniLiiiilnj thAVE or c The patronajre of the traveling public is respectfully solicited Table the best and war I consider Hood s Sarsaparilla a God scut every attention to the comfort of gctsith blessing to tha sufleriui William J Dakeii North Pembroke Mass Hoods Pills euro Constipation by rcstori log tha peristaltic action ot tho alimentary cauaL HoodssCures YOU WANT A o HOTEL ST- - JAMESStreet near Mam Fourth CINCINNATI O When in Mt Sterling and you need anything of tho kind cull on -- Â¬ WHEN WATCH f GEO AVEHKUS SONS ranngcr JJ 3HEE 4 FISHER proprietor ol the 1 Bt If I present Tho school taught by Miss Lula ICash of Hazel Green at the Sol Long school house closed Friday To say tho school was an entire success is saying but little for Miss Luln James T Old field who when a young man went West to grow up with the country has returned with his grown up western family He will probably settle on tho farm of his old Kentucky home t Colic Cholera and going down Grassy Saturday Diarrluca ltcmedy in his family for sev- Â¬ William Brewer of NickelPs fork of Grassy who has hern suffering severely eral years as occasion required and alI He says from neuralgia in the head is some bet ways with perfect success find it a perfect cure for our baby when er troubled with colic or dysentery I now J It DeBnsk who has been suffering feel that my outfit is not complete withfor two weeks past with a sprained ankle out a bottle of this Itemedy at homo or during which time his school was sus on a trip away from home For sale by pended is ablo to resume work again J M ltose Dr E 0 Govcdon closed his school at Send us your job work Grassy Lick Saturday with an entertainment which wo feel safe in saying waB a grand occasion although wc were net Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Mr Ira 1 Wetmore a prominent real Trom tho JainltH John Wilson of Hazel Green was seen estato agent of San Angclo Texas ha used Chamberlains Or anything in the Jowolry lino lot mo know it I will fur- Â¬ UOTEL LELAND Lexington Ky S It 1JUOOKS Proprietor nish you goods worth I 1 tho money and YOU New nuilding Gas and Electric Light fegThe patronage of Wolfe and Morgan counties solicited A BARBER SHOP South 3IurKvitlu Htrret iiiulcr L Ta Jreeii Clay Clu iinults Trv Hint- - with Will httVO GUARANTEE Eleetrie Elevator-- Heated throughout Neat Hot Water Iiates 200 a Day a I homo whoro you business center and depot Come nnd see me Respectfully S It BROOKS can uso it DoiouWearPants IF PO Respectfully WEAR ONLY VICTOR BOGAGRT u coop vTOr KZKL Jlorgan County Ky THE JEWELER piaiiufactuni JewBlB r THE LION BRAND MANIFACTlltED BY CO ii E Short Street KENTUCKY LEXINGTON KY JEANS CLOTHING SEND Diamonds Watches and Jewelry Reliablo Goods Fair Dealing and Bottom Prices All Goods and Work Guaranteed LOUISVILLE KY Evory pair warranted kkipifintig SANFQRD FYVIE CO Elkswatawa JniHsy Grliitft FIFTY CENTS roa A LOUIS STIX wiousau CO VARNER iiaiiis in Mholevale dealers in Di E GoodSj OXiOTjK3 121 all s 0 ami 123 Second Street PORTSMOUTH Sunday Drs McClure Govcdon and Center were called in this Monday morning to perform a surgical operation on Miss Jennio B Carter who has been sick for somo timo at tho homo of her father Joel Carter Wo never heard of a wagon and team outrunning tho Cnrru until last Saturday A couple of horses hitched to a wagon outrun Emery and Ellis Carr so bad that while- thoy woro trying to overtake them a pig that was in tho wagon samo very near eating up a bucket of beef that was in tho wagon Tho teachors association for this mag- Â¬ isterial district convened at Grassy Lick school house on last Saturday and was opened with prayer by Elder W L GoVedon aftor which an address of wel come bv Dr B F McClure resnonso by S M Nlckell Those participating more prominently in the oxercises wore H F Hauey Miss Lula Kash W B Barker Dr E 0 Govcdon H M Barker and J L Johnwn Thero wbh a good attend ance dinner on the ground and a pleas ant and pro titablo time was had Â¬ S W Havens sold to Emery Carr one yoke of year old oxen for 27 Elder B F McGuiro fdlcd his ap pointment at Old Grassy church last TRIAL MOITHS GUBSCntPTION TO THC NOTIONS Etc The trade of Kabtern Kentucky is most respectfully solicited Â¬ Louisville Time -- Wh s Da Jatt THC DRICHTCS AND BCST ArTCRNOOM PAPCR IN THC SOUTH Third Race aud Union Sts B MAUPIN CINCINNATI 0 WITH Wc carry the goods that will suit your trnde and our prices arc THE LOWEST D Special attention given to mail orders WHOLESALE DRY GOODS H H CARPENTER c CATLETT8BURG KY J R 14 Latest Market Quotations Latest State News All the Local News Complete Press Reports LARGEST CIRCULATION IN THE SOOTH PREWITT WITH NOTIONS BOOTS SHOES Mi m Cools Successors to Curler Bros Co lVey Co TWn 30000 Or AND OVEN DAILY s0 Yaar by Mall mmw sis TO Importers and Jobbers of wsj cs tfSLtfwft a last and Mast 3to k without rock lamp nt fent for 25c Ad Ircss Z T LEWIS cfc CO Cnney Ky forth valuable receipts IIIU FHRFK How to half sole all UUUMLIi jvour foot wear without w WimH Fall la JNO A HALDEMANBus Manager 05 Fourth Avcnuc LOUISVILLE KENTUCKY vx xAds AND NOTIONS vii LOUISVILLE 2J KY EHME Careats and Trade Marks obtained and all Pat ent buslnena conducted for Metfrata Fees Ouf ones It OpposHt U S Patent Offic and we can secure patent in lees time than those remote from Washington Send model drawing or pboto with descrlp- ton Wo advise ir patentable or not free of charge Our fee not due till patent la secured A Pamphlet How to Obtain Patents with names ofactual clients In your State conntyor town sent free Address Â¬ Patronage of the mountain merchants is most respectfully solicited Â¬ Â¬ CiNnmiKMA Kldnr Communicated J A lion ant mm to tho bunds ot nny but rolmblo peoplo wlion you nvo looking for CLOTHING Wo txro tho largest PUREST house in Control Kontucky nml m m mnko n specialty of 700 nnd 10 Suits With ovory suit for Mor wo givo 9 guarantood lover movo LESS THAN HALF THt mtat dust proof WATCH AND PRICE OF OTHER BRANDS White Htll CHATNee POUNDS20 WR MERCHANTS ONLY NUNLEYMt Sterling Kv REPRESENTISO HARBISONGATHRIGT Uuggy BreukHnd all kinds of Harness aA7 CASNOWCO Of pesHe Patent Office Wathlngton D C TMC MINACIC Tho New lira Stnple Collnr Th flrentnxt Tlilni Out A wellneeryllilnKji home earn1 order to start after spring ill reach you iu plenty of tiuiu However if you have anv KpeeiHl time to buy write me a Mt Sterlfng My trade is lite I want it Digger Buy from me tiud well both be happy Bespectfullv nln A Of MOBCIIN JOUHNtlM For the benefit of Christianity aud tho good of the peoplo in general and for tne purposo of setting our highly es teemed and well beloved Brother Elder J A Howard before tho public according to his standing among the peoplo who know him we tho undersigned officers of tho Church of God at Ezel tako Â¬ pinB rtaiy Â¬ W It ninliy --V v fAl if 4V i submitting tho following fileMure iu Wheroas there are a great many false reports being circulated against Brother Howard in view of which we feel it to Wour Christian duty and pleasure to say IfcatXWr Howard is a member of the CfctftoW of God at Esel and is in rood M4lBg having the confidence of as MMiy food oitisetM as any man la our MMky EUWr Howard chhu to Morgan MMMjr a lUtf mn tkH twa yara aga B kxv BEST AND John H Rose HAZEL GREEN KY XR n7firm In the town which cllesThe juuly cilulrutcil yyft MON PAHTKAN v NON nurtn eCTANIN WClHlt has 4 Stm4 UNIQUE fOT gCCCNTWIC WITTY NOT rUNNV WKOoiouej pioun paper oa earth in aentence of cartoene and picture Only 150 par year mm m laiiim Kedtuekr am ianmiHHa aifll U QtirUt - HBJpivV 9k WflWMmwBinWlwil HA wwvjr Ium mtn ear 6RAVSfefXX -- C0 HALVtSIOQUARTtRS54 Boots and Shoes the wholesale of C P Tracy Co from house SCest widely quoted not nneitiennoni Full f0t trlMl aubtcrlpthm THE RAM HORN LEXINGTON KY SOLD IN CANS ONLY give kin PORTSMOUTH OHIO Xev want the BEST footer call VAMMC V lilt twwttiM WCMANB TCMKr CMCA SarHT m Mr ft Ui jrj