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BgggmfrSESlR iHfTTUit m vTtr flpwPlW ipi - Z - l1 rf o - v THE HAZ SPENCER COOPER Owner and Editor or a GREEQ HERALD NoUy World With o a Nm From 111 Nation LtimbrlnR tit III HroU f 100 A YEA Always In Arfva t TENTH YEAR It If IIAZKL GREEN WOLFE COUNTY KENTUCKY THURSDAY FEBRUARY 7 1895 boro wore Howard Little D II Lindon Logan Little Miles Lin don James Lindon Willie Wal- Â¬ Ramhlku ters Misses Ro9a B Little Esther Lee City Locals Lindon Lizzie Lindon Lane Taul- Ballard Haney moved to town liee America Wilson Joanna Lit tie Rosa May Carson and Rosa Friday LiorrM Bobbin Dunns baby died a few initio days ago MORGAN COUNTY Alexander Caldwoll is very low Ezol Evolutions with bronchitis Mrs Nannie Kashaud LucyMc A M Nickel went home with iuire of Hazel Green were visit- Â¬ his undo J M Mayo last week ing here last week and spent a few thy- Bufordlieratt has just returned Dr J R Carroll bought Henry from Mt Sterling where he bought Patricks town property and moved a pony to ride to milk into it January 21th Mr Lucy McGuire while here Died on January 2 of scrofula la t woek sold to J M lieratt her Rachel Bush She had been an one fourth interest in the Ezel invalid about four years mills C R Allen C W Rose Mason Dock Hicks is in town and we Ruh U B Malouy and Allison notice a slight chango in his Ihim- Roe of this -- ido of tho county mv- - of late He oncocame to spy visited circuit court Imt and now ciuiuh to buy fur Henry Patrick ha- - bought the ii rinse tin recent winter ilny The i huhliy Imclwlor KImcr Hays hoiHo and lot known as tho A limKil ii ooiirtHliip lota mid tine DaykV property from Henry Ro e lTy aiMrryiiii liis tlnircitt Aiiim Iu and has moved into it May the rioliext Mesviut5 of innrrioi lifu lie iijoel Ity him nnl lii liole wife Born to the wife of W C M Ami bitore next winters fritv uml thiiw Ptigh January til a girl weight ihty they be honored us p i nnd nut 11 Born pounds to the wife Wilnon the Jdind colored of tnOigo Jacob- - January L a preacher is preaching at this place bov And to large congregations His force o reasoning and command of lan Â¬ Giiiinorc Gleanings One half the wonderful Mrs Samuel Haddix sr is on guage preachers in this country ought to tho sick list hoar him in order that they might R P Ely has a very sick child Jjo ashamed of themselves and ipiit It is having fits and it recovery i he other 0ilLrinf tho people ttoulillUl half ought lo hear him in order to Tho widow handler had her gel the sectarianism knocked out arm lifciikcn a few days since by a of them o that thoy could preach fall from a mule Bi i nr tho gospel Joe Miller ha- - sold a portion of Elaytown Missiles his Gillmoro farm to Jerry Brewer J D Henry of Ezel was Mr- jr at ji fair price visiting in town last week Daniel Burton has moved to S 0 Sample of Ezel was in Johnsoi creek logan Close has town last week on business moved to N B Grahams and Rob Â¬ Circumstances over which we ert Btck will mou to Z B had no control has prevented us fr un sending in any new Huliscri unalÂ¬ NUMBER DEMOCRATIC PARTT 4Q r iF NEIGHBORING NOTES Items of News Gathered by Busy through lifo may ho one of loyed happiness is tho wish of Herald Correspondents That Its Readers May Bo Posted on Wliat Is Beiny Said and Done v I A RESUME OF THE PAST WEEK If thoro I A ii IoI in a your coats rede yo tent it ghieltTntnung you taking notes Aid fuitli hell preut it I r O WOLFE COUNTY Campion Currency Lexington whom ho was transact- Â¬ ing some businoss Elias DoBubIc is just making his last effort on perpetual motion Ho has been engaged on thin work for tho past dO years Rev Wilson tho blind colored preachor has just closod a series of meetings hero Tho church was much edified by his visit Business iB quito lively on this branch log hauling lioing tho prin- Â¬ cipal occupation Tho teams aro as thick as gras hoppers in May it Amyx hao just roturned from WEH TIE Bill iM Concerning tho timoivhon tho Domocratio party will bo dotid h Texas poof Uinod hlfl lynv and touched off tho following - Born lo the wf- - of on January iM a boy A F Rvr Noah Creech living about onn milo from town is ery low with fovor lohn Ro owa appointed administrator of tho estate of Wash Edwards I 0 Lykins who has Jxhui quite sick for rfOiiiu time is ablo to at toml to business again John 1 lonry Drakes wife is at tiio point of doath at this writing Dr J N Stamper - attending her Thoro waSLiin educational moot Â¬ ing at the court huivi on Monday night but wo have not learned I ho Â¬ Â¬ 1 1 When die Hon cnti Rrnsn liko mi ox Ami the italilag vormftinlloytlirwliat Ami tho terrapin knits woolen ocM And the hnre in outrun by the Hiirtll When jieriWMiti walk ujirleht Hkn infeu And tloodle bugs tntvul like froj When the eniKbhoppcr IVedsou the hen And feathers Are found on he hogs Whei Thomas entu swim in tho ntr And elephants roost upon tices When inserts in summer are rare And nttfl never makes people Mieexe When fih enep over dry Jalid Sini And uuileH on vrloclpedea ride When foxoM lay in the Hand And Mrotnru in driHi take no pride An Enthusiastic Worker When Dutchmen no lager beer drink Lii City Ky Fob 2 05 And clrls Kti to preaehing on time When the hilly goat bulls Irom the rear SiKNcBit Cooiicit Esy Dear And treiiMiti no Inuuer Ih crime Sir 1 am in 1000 for ho railroad When the humming bird bray like nn n and more if necessary 1 will guar- Â¬ And limburger Htnell like cologne aro of gins antee 55KK in this alley from When ploughshare true made outof Htone And the heaits of Tcann Sam II Wilsons up 1 intend o When ideas grow In Popiilit head And see the people and get all that I Then wool on the hydraiilio nen purty will be T can am satisfied that we can Andthe Diimoernlle wont bo worthdead thN country ad Siottii es IY m ri n n result mentioned in a former correspondence from thi place wo aro glad to state is eonvale oing nicelv After haing taken a Rip Van Winkle lcep whieh the public Rambler seems to have on joyed his wit- - and rubs his eye cudgels bogs leavo to remark A groat revival meeting if- being conducted at tho Meadow Branch schoolhouso about 2V miles from town About 0 persons have boon converted and fctill the good work continue- Two prisoner- - Irosfon Spencer and Jackson IVnco broke jail the lstinst and as yet have not boon caught Jailer Holms ha o lie red a 10 reward each for their capture and return to the jail Ln county court Monday the poor house and farm was let G F Byrd being tho highest and be t bidder Ho pays 17s0 for the uo of the farm ami receive fo27s each for keeping county pauper- County Ciirt Monday and al- Â¬ though the attendant wa- - rather haw been - i exceetl what have already men So keep tho ball a mo ing tioned ACADEMY NOTES and let us secure the road Let every man come to the fiont at lion W O Mizo was a ploaBanl once and not miss tho enterprise visitor among us Wednesday morn- If necessary 1 will spend a month canvassing for it Ctpsar Linden of Gill moro was Respectfully yours hero Tuesday and arranged to en- Â¬ Roukkt F Andkiisox roll next Monthly 1 j Fickle Mary Arnold CM Hanks-- jr whoso illnosa 1 S 1 Ros-e-soo- Died suddenly onJanunvy -- Oth liers this winter o far Now well Mrs Reuben Smith of Frozen get a nioeon u- - in thatdiroelion There We agree with Bro Reason Old- creek Breathitt eownty was no one present when -- he died field and his good wife Aunt 1atsy except five small children that it would he very lonesome On January 21 t Miss Rachel without Tin Hkuaid By the Buh departed thi- - life She was wav Aunt lat y is io years old the daugfitor of John Iu h Sljr and tlii winter with her own had men a sutlcrer for a long jime hand- - ha woven -- X yards of cloth wilh Kul dread disease scrofula and had plenty of time to read her Henry Sword has Jei n leaching Bible and Tina ringing Mhool here for two weeks lohn Cravens of Hazel Green and it aDoearn that the young peo on hi- - return from Roth well last pie have enjoyed thomselve- - very week stayed over night with your riding corre pondent and while unload- Â¬ much in singing and Hlim a good ileil f huino s wib the weaher lioing favorable with ing some express asked us to reach David him a box from the front of the Judge Carbon and plenty i tnow and ice transacted We tried but failed En- Â¬ do busi Â¬ Lindon famished the sleigh and a wagon County Attorney Stamper a- - to its contents was told FNrii Rimi good t iin quiring ness with accuracy ami di patch J - IIiuin igh The quarterly mooting of tho M K church south was hold here Saturday and Sunday The presiding older C F Onoy was present and preached some very able and impros ivo sermons Tho meet- Â¬ ing that has juat closed here has about boon very prolific of lbeen converted 175 persons having Â¬ Â¬ re-ul- Married on tho 17th nit Willio itiimirnrfltinr mid Miss Ella Tyler daughter of Win- - Tyler of Devils -I Ins i crook this county other instance in which lipid til iliiiin ii nil aimed in- - uaris wiui wi hing thorn Hero sagacity At hoalthwoalth and happily -tho residence of tho bride tallier won thoLlthultteorgoA Morgan county of Walnut Grove ami Miss Sumo I of our townsman i I Rov IreeuStacv jyW heating 1 gr ouSs home Willie Smith nod nionmg t 03 1 1 1 kfj 1 t 1 go id wishes ot th and tal m i clbi on ox assewor 0f II - d 1 f have David Lindon -- ure enough Friday it came with built a sleigh in which he has a new and beautiful head and ee taken many delightful drive- - in rything as neat as a pin 3 company with tho beautiful young jiDuuoifan commenced a Elder Mr Lindon ladies ivi this sect ion meeting here a week ago yesterday took twi young ladie home from st going on Tin eon- ill hi- - u the 1iitifi urn mf M41 si eighaiid unthoughtedlv loft his iJ fegai ions are large ai every sorwas reintorceii Satlinluv i t iff lie m uio unmicneti lahin iumui- - l lKLI Itllf I IImi- Ijllllllll ltll ta ge ot lm lreedom he tlie mulej V1 h 1V f mwv i luiii tht fr ruiiiiiu i in vii ii hit ii n en nre l n Itwa- - the day lor quarterly con himueh with tho new fangled arrangement by yanking it over a ference There were 51 communiBro Ramey did all the 0 rai fence hut his hopes were not cants i i Saturday and Sunday uie preachingable reaileo ior wnni ne - an preacher and loved j iml iiwlf in a gu iy He ii tjj Vlu ni1 tin by all denominations They left ii for their homes Sunday evening - j thi olMr Bros Dunegan and John V Lock M I kiiO oi ie it - imik hart are now doing the preaching v Considerable interest is being man pi ifested among our people to work f h jh Will for the salvation of souls report results next wek -tlay it wa type for Tin 1Ikivii man AjKilhrr Iorrosponilcnt We then remarked that we would Sleigr ritling is tho order of the something new and nice and at this place Vanceburg announced their mar- Â¬ riage in Cincinnati Graham hud been devoted in his attentions to Miss Arnold and they became en Â¬ gaged and decided to olopo Tho date of tho prospective marriago was hastened by tho olopomentof a brother of Graham and a young belle several days ago Ho was to call for her in his buggy at the country residence and on the ap- Â¬ pointed day ho drove bright and early tor her Sho was not at home and could hot be found al though a s aroh was made by her alarmed parents Graham learned that he was seen driving toward Vancoliurg with a young man and immediately started towards ho Fleming burg depot at breakneck speed He arrived at the depot just as th train was pulling out and a mo t provoking sight met his eyes He saw Miss Arnold re- Â¬ clining in the arms of his hit tor rival Thomas Mclvee who was assieting hor from tho platform into Graham made a dart for a coach tho train but all ho miceocded in gaining was a sardonic smile from tho successful rival The young lady is but IS yonrs of age and will bo quite wealthy at the death of her parents Â¬ I - Miss Mary Arnold ono of tho bo t known belles in tho liluegrass region who was on tho point of eloping with Woml Graham who had been lierHwoolhoartsinceohild hood jilted tho young man at tho last moment andolopod with Thou A telegram re Â¬ Mclvee a rival ceived at tho young ladys home in school accompanied Elder Easier in his call at tho academy Tuesday Happy John II lieratt who is an indefatigable worker for the Elder Albert ICastor of Miller crook Etdill county callod at tho Â¬ academy Tuc day to make arrange ments to sond ono of hisdaughtorH to school X M Trustees of public hcIiooIb want- Â¬ ing competent teachers for thoir schools will recoivo useful infor- Â¬ mation by calling upon tho teach Â¬ ers of this academy Tho junior division of tho Utile Dulci society gave u good enter Â¬ Tho oxerci os would have dono credit to much oldor persons Miss Monrovia Teslorman spenl from Friday till Monday on Gras Â¬ sy Killy Nickel spent From Fri Â¬ day till Sunday on Caney A C Jones spent Saturday and Sunday with his parents near Bethsaloni George Congleton Bowon 1 M French Stanton 1 S Farmer Hay Stack W F Jones Daysboro WJI Oliver Flat Shelby lamos county and Miss Lucy Neal WohI Liberty have matriculated thi week tainment on last Friday aftornoon v v iiii k ln Salesmen Wasted Vi rlB - - L Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ i i i ru i- t r Â¬ uU lihl delightful tmcn J I A1 tll WlNflLUSS pariirtntaen-tho-chariun- g and V h Illl i 11 I unlMl m II I i iu 1 wrt hihly elated at J f nmen elv - thegt riK Mr t 1 id MMvllio Wuttcrtcfs ILI loiuuui Z t 11 1 II mil- - 101 111 intrririf 11 t n un MK iiui t iir at v I inii Ilnv -- nt thiM plucf J P Amyx Tub Hkb vin U a wohvune visitor i hev niden d iPu Milidiv one on- pie- V - n on uw IL s Tho urooin h u yoimg Jltorary attrtiniiionta ami HWiniiiB That Uioir Journoy quNlUfai r Vlfi entinlA v cultured loauhoM iw iy H l wwmfiii am ienc V1 A elash wa- - tho champion pld builder D B Phijips sold Win Osborn 00 Uliuap a very largo aow for Grwsn Henry of this hwIiuu itihn indipoMJ at tbiis writing in niQtitithnt F M Longj of the firm of Long euro deafness and that is hy con- Â¬ stitutional remedies Deaf nose is caused by an inflamed condition of tho mucous lining of tho Eusta Â¬ chian Tube When this tubo got inflamed you have u rumbling sound or imperfect hearing And SoUTUKIlN NtlHSKUY Co when it is entirely closed Ioafnp8 Winches tor Tonn is the result null unless tho in flammation can bo falcon out 8iid Anxfonn To Re It this tubo restrod to ita normal Swanoo III Fob 2 condition hearimr will bo de nine cntes out of i am golling af royod forever Mir ConiKH Sir itre caused by catarrh which in very anxious to boo Tuk Hazhi ten Ghjckn Hkkau onoo moro En nothing but itn inflamed condition 100 for of f ho mucous surfaced closed you will lind Wo will givo Ono Hundred Dof which pW wind me Tin Hkiim and 1 will Iry nnd not am for any oivo of Djmtnm for one year let my time run out again for 1 causod by onttsnli thai ennnal do not exjiect to bo without your Iki ourod by HHlRHCKUrrh Cwrtt paper as it ia very valuably to n Sond foroirauUrif fm F 4 Cukxkv k Oo man who has once lived there T1U OiOi Yourn fec 7fci old by Â¬ stock Apply for terms Wo will have for spring and fall IWJ5 an immense stock of apple pear peach plum apricot cherry grape wtc AlsoHinall fruits sJutde and ornamental trees rosns olo Wo mako a special t of wholesaling to largo planters direct Wo will sell to responsible parties and lake note payable in 0 12 and JS months Writo us for wholesale price Address Good wagofl to soil our nurory Work on tho new addition to tho academy has Joen at a standatil3 for Homo days A double forco of workmen will lx employed to push tho work to commotio just iim soon as ho weatiior will jiormii and tlien wn call have ho lower room iu about ton day after work is rooumoih i Acadkmitii Deafness Caniot Be Oarad By local applications ns thoy can Â¬ not roach tho diftcnwd portion of the oar Thoro is only ono way to dxiS wumse j it V JMt or Lc - ii V mmcsx 1 THE HERALD oowir - Til A PLEASURES OF HAN Few of tke Tfelii He CMttiti With wit Man in tkln Yal el Tears fow days and full of microbes Ho hoppeth out of bod in the that is bom of woman is of CURES Colic Flux morning and his foot is piorced by Sfeffls the tack of disappointment Hofiitteth down to rest at noon Â¬ day and ho is8tabled in his nether anatomy by tho pin of disaster Ho walketh through tho atroots HAZEL GREEN KY of tho city in tho pride and glory Februury 7 1 895 of his manhood and stoppeth on THURSDAY tho bananna pool of misfortune Aanai State Convention T M C A and uujointoth his nock Wo havo received tho announce- Â¬ Ho smokoththocigarof content- Â¬ ment of thu 14th annual atnto con- Â¬ ment and behold it explodeth vention of tho Young Mans ChriH with a loud noise for it was loaded tian Association of Kentucky to Ho Blippoth down tho banisters bo hold in Lexington Fobruary 21 of life and findoth them full of 2220 and 21 Tho principal sponlc tho splinters of torture Ho lioth down to sloop at night rfl will Ixi Hon W J Northon ox govoraor of Georgia Row R J and is stung by tho mosquitoes of Molirido D D of Lexington Va annoyance and his frame is gnawed Prof J W McGnrvey of Loxing by the bedbugs of adversity ton Ky Prof V II lltirquesss What is man but tho blind worm D D of luiHvillo Ky K 15 of fate Stacy atato nocretary of Indiana Rohold man as he is impaled Ti Wilbur Moflsor gonornl hociv upon tho hook of dospair and fur toiry Chicago Walter U Douglas uishoth bait for tho loviathan death ironunil rujeroturv Philadelphia F in tho fathomless ocean of time l TT I S Sorrow and travail follows him O JIUUMIIIU tlm Jl auuriini flocrutarioH of tho internal loua all tho davs of his life committoo Now York A number In his infancy ho is afllicted ira5f MKw Cramps Cholera Morbus DiaiTHCBB Nausoa Changen of Water Etc LIGHTNING HOT DROPS BREAKS UP A COLO 2S and 50c Per Bottle FOR SALE i Bugs Etc Tastes Good Smells Good Animals and Cuts Burns Bruises Scratches Bites of HEALS n order to meet dobts doctors f en etc accumulated through tho uliuss of my Mister Lulu M Cock rell I otler for sale onu I oeuu new iv pupuicui ami iaiiiiuu There it a sluro houso in corner of 1 HOUSE LOT and GARDEN It has At Kel Kv ut a bargain j yard No Relief No Pat 50c til contain two and one half tiracs at much at sc bottle SPRINQFIELO HERD A1BMCINB CO Sold EvinwHinz 0 WiyWZS VV Vfv k V ir earTRilsn MrMlAMjxaaJaiMj TsrrsTn Morally thoro is no better town in Eastern Kontucky than Ezol This Good school church etc property is tho most conveniently locatfd in town Apply to Mhs John M Hick Frankfort Ky Caro of Auditors ofiico Aj tii and newnboys in VAMH fl rlnVt I LUi every town not alrcHdyHnn plied to H tin great illurttrnted Inmily ItcHt Mewpicr 1ennnylvaniii Grit ttmd live bo fllinj paper iablibhcl 0 every fatur nakf fmni fiO eelitH t ln eiid fr e Kiirtple cpy and full imitiiii urn to GlllT 1UIILIHHING Co Used for Filling and Extracting War Without Pain or Danufer Best Set of Teeth 900 lr Vitalized Air Administered 50 cents 25 cents Teeth Extracted Over Opera House LHXIXCiTOX KV I D1NGFELDKK WITH 1 1 A 1 I IHJiPHJOFlQUO Importers anil Jibher oJ DRY It IT 11 U of well known burliness men of the with woniH and colic and in his ntato and oflicera of the city town dd ago he is tortured by rheuma- Â¬ college- and railroad association tism and ingrowing toenails Will jilso take part in tho program lie tnarryethn cross eyed woman Four hundred delegates arc ox because her father is rich and find QUtod from tho various associa- eth out she has not MIho enough tions of th slate Pastrs and t fry meat lie tather-in-hi- u young men intisresb d in this spe- then monknyeth with options and cial work from towns and itHtitu goeth under tious of learning that have no asso What is man but a tumoron the ciation will be warmly welcomed nek of existence The us corresponding members lie playelh the race and hotleth uitizonH of Lexington will provide his all on the brown mare beeau1 Mntflrtainmont for all duly accred Â¬ he hath received a tip and tin ited dolegaloH and corresponding Mirrel gelding with a bald face win net h by i neck uiombers Excursion ratis of one fare for JJehold he runneth foroflice and tho round trip will be sold from all tho dead butt pulleth his leg ever HtationM in Kontucky ami fromUin and anon and then voteth againii Kates of sale Fob 20th him ivinnati to 22d Return limit Feb 2Hh lleexaltoth himself among hiÂ¬ ixcopt from Louisville and Cineople thatswelleth with pride but cinnati tickets will Iks sold Feb when tho votes are counted he tit ids ilst and 22nd limited to Feb2oth himself in the soup Ho boasteth of his strentith in For programs credentials and tull information regarding the Israel but is beaten by a baldhuad Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ - R H HODGEN D D S BfterALL WOUK Manager GOODS 039 AND NOTIONS LAHANTirI ryemmiBi Ncwfl7 KnmUHtimiirwwMUvw mn Allor I 111 I Mlm nJWBm iimM U1 ionVIILB and Ml r Wist Main Street KY MjiMd-JUfi illitl vimi Q SEE M rtjiAKrii m mKisnrmviiKi purjHiiduVnViowt l Atmiiuui II UinU ni en n e ounu iiie wci nil- - tlaini nplacooljovc the rest -f I Itli Wi t i dfttn iilt mI il la mitM in fuc turn n f Hon turituYM uuv it mllutr e - t tt a1 nil mif - rt cii He yocrpcmutw will mi tit V llirpthrcwIU never l c Those who e m-- Of your Grocer y ay r v - iny I ii - r m i ar - V twills ulTH i 9 Adtlrus Quaktr Citu U i Co Kwhuwr- irA WjWiWMiniwuiii wtwi rafAKiMAP r Hmm uLulliUul J5UT 1 TIOSJ eonvention write Henry H Rom voar state seerotarv AVA W Wal nut street Louisville Kv A od neighbor Ho gooth forth to breathe the Ii 0 YlM liiUiilyjilMIul PLca4 u1iu r rorAU JrJftthJbfr m THROUGH THE Roligions Wave Â¬ Mover in the history of Kastern M- - tion in life nothing would make us more satisfied with it than tho Ex Jailer Best Roloased changing of places for a fow days Mt Sterling with our neighbors Tho grand jury at Hdjournod for several days Wed Â¬ nesday of lastwook Tho jury no Dont Tobacco Spft or Siuolco Your Llic Away tified tho court that it had found Tho truthful startling title of i no ovidonco to justify tho indie t tho only book about inont of ox jailer James rost for oomplicity in the lUair lynching harmlevu guaranteed tobacco habit and lio was accordingly released cure If you wauttoipiit and cant II races up nico- from jail whom ho had been locked uo accorded such I rent tinized nrv - eliminate nieotino in a coll and mont ho vurs as ho uovor Inttl nr poisons makes weak moi gain Posi- Â¬ oasion to give any prisoner during strength weight and vigor tive euro or monev refunded Sold his term as jailor theiwomeu by all druguhK Hook at drug- Roach and Ilannan indictodare porsixtitiL in demand Â¬ gists or mailed free Address the Chicago ofing an immediate trial and an ef Â¬ Storling Kemedy l Randolph stroot Now York fort will bo made by their attor Â¬ fice Dutoct 10 Sprucu fit root neys to bring this about iv Draku and his assistants havo Uring or send us your job work town but their future move If you want a nico job mmU urn unknown revival meetings at Williamsburg Pinevillo Barhourvillo and Jackson and tho o fleet of these efforts in still visible at most of these places At London rocontly Dr Carradino of St Iahur and Row L Pickott have conducted a mooting in which 200 peraonH have In Laurel county boon roachnd rtOvcral revivals procoded this one Cn tho Sandy Valley thoro have boon mauy great meotingp in the past year Tho interest if increas- Â¬ ing and wo sincoroly hope that re- Â¬ vivals will go on until they shall coach ovory community in tho mountains of Kentucky --Jackson Â¬ Kentucky has there been such a revival of religion as is now sweeping From Cum Â¬ over these mountain berland Jap to thu mouth of the Dig Sandy this movement is going an This revival began more than a year ago and has been spreading uver since At New Spring church in 1jo county a meeting of three weeks was held in August 181W which resulted in tfO conversions That mooting continues to this day in its oiled on that and adjoining neighborhoods It has spread over parts of Lee Wolfo ami Owsley and to date in these counties at least 000 sonls have boon blessed During the early part of 1801 Rev L L Pickott of Wilmore hold to be tilled with righteousnH and slaudeth high in thopynagoueand geN done up for behold his pious friend is filled with guile and run neth over with deception From thecradle to tho grave man giveth his chock to the man that fresh air and to meditate upon the vanity of all earthly things and is accosted bv a bank cashier with a bight draft for 800 A political enemy lift ii in wait for him at the market plae and walkoth around him and enweth What is man but a pimple on the fact of politics He trustet It in a man whoelaitned AM SAVE YOUR HOUSE CHEAP SIMPLE ADVRflSlrG i COLOMNi SIT13 Condensed News Â¬ mlgSJa MMbjb1 jrsuBttaBS STb EELIABLE HANDY i vnvvr jutiuil 1n s ii cooili tm rirl it dni- nut ntv lm tinu1 uid tnulc liiNt while Inuranit nnv - li Stories Miscellany omens Department lumiu lMtrviNT Tin i im with a stkmiki Childrens Deartmcnt Apfi H smitcth him Vorily man is but a wart on the nose of nature a bunion on the toe of time and a irecklo on tho face of the universe Thoro are epochs in tho history of the human race when tho de cayed branches fall from the tree of humanity and when institutions grown old and exhausted sink and leave a space for fresh institutions full of sap which renew tho youth and recast the ideas of a people Â¬ i2fflrsPENCER COOPER Hazol Greon Ky agent for Wolfe and JsVCall and mh tho Littlo WoiuUt Morgan Counties icultitral Department Jolitical Department Answers to Correspondents Editorials Everything DlAlKi IX VILL HE FOUND IN THE Weekly HARDWARE Courier Journal QUEENSWARE TINWARE t And a Full Line of Agricultural Implements A tcn pnge eight colttinn Democratic Newspaper H1nRV WATTIkson N tlr Kdltor You can relievo that headache Mitchell Vagons Owensboro Wagons yon havo by buying a box of Me McCormick binders and blowers grimino at Thk HrUAin otlieo It NVhiteleys Solid Steol Binders and Mowers will only cost T0 cents and is sold Repairs kept in stock for McCormick Whitelev and on a positive guarantee Champion faehinery Granger and Tiger Hay Hakes Much as wo deplore our condi- Avery and Malta Douhle Showl Plows Â¬ PHICE SlTob Tte WEEKLY A YEAR AL makes very liberal terms to hrcM Sample copies ot the paper and Premium supplement sent free to auv address Write to COUWEIWOUK- - COURIER JOURNAL COMPANY LOUISVILLE KY lustier Â¬ The Best and Cheapest Oook Stoves and Ranges on the Market GUieensware at Cut Throat Prices MANTELS AND GRATES The Farnu Iiville Street - HAZEL ggREEN AND lERALO Till UJEEKLY DaJT J0URIER J0URNAL Will be sent one year to any ndrlroi for only I No-to-b- ae 5175 1 Address 1IERAI Hael Jreon Ky j No-to-l- ao -- i s KfWl U Xorth Sterling Ky cut Our iinr4 comluctwl 0lco is Opposite U US r Moderate Feet Patent Otflce Â¬ -- 1 TRIMBLE BROTHERS MT rcmoio from Hon rh Jft 1 imTr1 uwn wnriirttf Jn8 or hn0 orw not rrM llif f VaaVM i rr ricfirfcno1 dll llhlln latcnla wttd Jw ahhiiiKtuii lalo et free AUtlri- - STERLING KY mn ritMt mm wiiMimi I t c TK Vs St V Tu v - fj V -n u Mr J A Bit MAUL J VtS T 9 That tho liquor traffic is ho Bilious Sick and Sxpmi groat crying ovil of our country for a Handsome Sua gooa without saying Tho report Nervous Headaches On Thurudny last tho Southern of Warden Joorgo of the Kontucky Pacific wosthound trnin was hold penitentiary gives valuable statis- Â¬ Hon H R CASE Sheriff up and robbod near Wilcox Ari- Â¬ tics on this subject in addition to of Chautauqua County French Crock zona Particulars of tho robbory thos on illiteracy noticed in our New York says I tun rocoivod at San Francisco state tluit issue Of the 501 persons received and subject to lu vvtcra to bllluua nervous fivo mMi woro concerned hut Two there for the year ending Dec J Sick HoadaGiios and Sour Stomach of tho bandits boardod tho train til 1801 120 claimed that thoy were Thoy asttl to luy mo tip Hut by tho uw of Dr Wilcox and when two miles west drunk when they committed tho rumora Dlooumul Liver Itomedy und Ncrvo of town suddenly appeared in tho Crime for which they were im- Â¬ Toutc I uvolil them If nl ready coming ob cab of thoongiuo with drawn pis- prisoned This ought to put every a iulldoso breaks tlicm up tols compelling tho engineer to liborty loving citizen to thinking Dr Fennera Blood and Liver Remedy stop tho train Whilo one of tho When nearly four fifths of our aud Nerve Toutc never fulls robbors kopt him covered the other criminals become such whilo drunk It is a Snrsapurllla MandrakOPrlncci made tho lireman and brakoman it is but fair to concludo that Pino Alterative Nerro Tonic and Re cut tho express and mail cars Ioofo drunkenness leads to crimo and oioratlvo Compound from tho rest of tho train Tho that all who becomo intoxicated Cures biliousness headaches constipaengineer was then made to pull tho aro in danger of becoming crimi- Â¬ tion dyspepsin Irritability sleeplessness two dotached cars on for about two nals In this report moreover we tho blues swelled glands 6kln dleascc All blood Impurities miles to a culvert when two of tho have no mention of the great num Â¬ ber of misdemeanor cans with scrofula ague dljclness dull and achy bandit gang were found holding stomach and bowel dlsordcra tiled horses for tho ontiro party It was which our police courts are tilled blotches pimples moth syphilis hero that tho safe was blown the and of which we are safe in saying Impairment of nerves offensive breath mon with the horses having brought fully nino tonths are traceable It does theso groat cures because M tho oxplosives Six explosions directly to the effects of whisky physics from tho blood liver and tissues TrIi Xrttort Teck PaciUc t4 tj 1 Â¬ M a Mi Â¬ XB3X B BLACKSMITH AND BOS3BI WAGON IKv- M MAKER J jW Hazel Green f ashes and dobri offoctwl by tho robbors before they As u crimo producer whisky is all the Impurities folt satisfied with their work The without an equal it transforms as It were weakening Without top and sides of tho express cur tho others io quiet citizen into a strengthening Instead bnt all tho uiu woro thoroughly shattered and th destructive and law violating wild It causes tho Liver to throw off its Kile express companys safe was blown man who cares not for himself or 1 1 cleans out tho entire alimentary canal It inakeq a demon of the stomach and bowels alike ridding them A oilier to pieces Besides 10000 in Meviean mon Â¬ kind hearted father and cnue all effete offensive and slimy inum ey there as a good deal of coin on him to uso his authority to the worms and other vermin tho tram whit h had been sent to creat disadvantage mid often the Krfetoring sleep appottto flesh strnptl VT4MMiUvlVBKBfiMHBXLnHitfteHHrlH f JPHWRHMSBiBwiMiMPllMMTB t V5 4 i H pay tho railroad umployes along tho line and this was also carried oil by the robbers who rode away in a southerly direction Grant Wheeler a well known Arizona desperado who is believed to lie a member of the party pur Â¬ chased a quantity of giant powder in Wilcox on the day preceding the offer a joint reward of each of tho robbors iff tho Well- robbery Tho Southern Pacific company and Wells 1 argo oxpro s company Four possoes including tho sher 000 for Â¬ Fargo and Paeifle detectives are in pursuit of tho bandits who are believed to bo loo George who came into Arizona from Oklahoma a year ago lim Ytttos Grant Wheeler a man by Wood tho name of Taylor and 1 Vf Tho robbery was c mdueted with After tho utmost holdne the engineer to uncouple tho engine baggage and express cars from tho remainder of the train and run up the road to a des olate spot tho roMci forced the engineer and fireman to leave the train and tako to tho plain on poril of their lives Exprc j mes jengor Mitchell who hada imilar experionco near Maricopa a few months ago made his escape with all the money in the locol safe and suvod several thousand dollars Tho robbers left muv ral bag of sxold and silver in and about the car not caring to lake it on ac count of its weight All are thought to havo escaped to Mexico The loss is said to bo between DOX0 Â¬ Â¬ degradation of his children It takos food and clothing Irom children and deprives thorn of educa Â¬ tional ad images thereby eaurdje them to gn w up in ignorance ami that loo where thoy breathe theat mosphnro of ciime j o much that they aro full Hedged criminals both by heredity and training be fore they aro grow n All this might be pas fd ovoY if a iuglegood rea Â¬ son could be assigned why thi blighting cur e should bo fastened upon us but in the absence of any good reason for it we must be al lowed lorais n our prote t It can be hoYi that whisky is destructive to all thing even to wealth tho clainib of its advocate to the con- Â¬ trary notwithstanding If it has ought to bo as a food any value it or a stimulant but in Mead of buihlig up the ti suesof the body it tt airf them down and as a stim Â¬ ulant it incapacilit s a man for duty rather than fit him for it rf then it hac no value the money inwel it - thion away and Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ i i- comfort freshness and bloom In a word dis health Including sol f polsn to the nervous sy position It I speedy in its action imprnvorwni ixglnnicg as soon as tho Ursa doto is wallowed if Tii end both bueetness of breath and Â¬ 1 Â¬ mgz v linn - - wisi 1 r xjr - ifc - f tLTrBj it - - v wr tNyifcwJA-w-y-rvHwr- c s fijfan And as certain as tho law of gravitation Note tho high stundaulof testimonials in circular at drug Kores and around bottles Thy aro such svs only tho highest order or merit could command voluntary oiler ings fiom tho cottage piincely palace anil offices of Suite Keeording cuies of cases more grave and cuinplicau d thu ever hertofuro Miccebb fully reached bj rndiclne Sample Free SatNfaclIon guurant d Mother- - One fourth of all the children born die within tho liiM year Save your child hy and bowew healthy by kecnlni thf u- - of Dr tenuerY- Sonnatorla tho bvst child laxative and cont ctlve known - HiT i50 W jZFfzStf I HUILI j THIS JS THE KIND OF WACJON CAI I AND GET PIUCKS rLTCrfrDOL Cl TTT T rTYT1TC jTJujjLbvjrjej vv I Miw tn 0 cl CAMITON 11 11 - iali k is r JCbxxioxi KT t KKNTirtICY NoMo aas Iii-i-- rt Allays Irritation ii d gives rcfuhlni bleep Dr Imjiuhts Worm worms from our child lle r Dr Formers Soothing Syrup d tlo urrntiiiiHnB rounrv tn call anil mcc tho S Wolfe i trJsjfNVlTIS tlio Ladioinf MM Ml DllKhS jOOOS lie Iihh Imnd omo line of SI jiut ruocivvd I Wis all tin liMhlon iblr fiihrJi h Jim Iarii puttrns and iiriiit brsidfs aniiicluilhiK 1 rmllrHii X vnrkty ot Notlnni KibboiiH inclndini all of ttTi- latcxt ntylrn in 6x Ho n nl o carrier a larc lint of i tuitj inidiuiti untl liili rulv Syrup lironcht 15C MrsherckElidnO Piles Sores Luhioh be h Helling ar lower prlcis tliHii anybody Ilirolinsu of him and miv moncr X DrtVnnerhFAMiLwSnltUhounOOIntmcnt or sale hv John M Koio auu Urs Iay Hazel flreen Ky i for sklnoriiptcns woree than a xnuu for business and leads to crimo Lot tho men of thi coun- Â¬ try kop these fact in mind and act accordingly Jackson Hustler Words Fitly Spoken that a it incapacitates ruttcn 1 Th following from tlw Hcatty-vilh- Enterprise is a just and litting tributn to ono of Ka torn Ken Â¬ ingoht- - d ludgo Hedwine after tw full weeks of hard work ha- - returned Judge Kedwino is one to lachfon of th youngest men over elected Jlo is to th bench in Kontucky term- tuckys a bio jurists Thf January irciit fottrt h and 75000 A School Girls Horrible Fate fc Another distressing and fatal ac idont from burning uceunvd m ar Newport Ky on tho 0th of last month at one of tho county district schools ThcMctim a Annie Kroninger the JO your old child of a grocor She was warming her- Â¬ self at a Htovo in tho nchool room when her clothes caught fire and in a momout sho was unvoloped in flames Tho frightened child ran acroanring through the room caus- Â¬ ing a panic among the other pupilrj She got outside and started to run across tho iiold toward her homo Tho toacher and ono of her pupils hustonod after hor but the child toll continued hor flight till was unconscious All hor olothing consumed Her body vusm burned that tho flor h fell from it She mtlerud terrible agony for half an hour when -- ho died This is tho xixth death by accidental burning that has occurred in that ieinity insido of a week Â¬ Â¬ worker oalousin his efforts to ad miuMOr justice for justices sake and trm in his dotorminalinn to enforc tho penalties ajrainst that elmn it socking to override the Ho has taken ho land law- - f j sink among tho first judges front of h Htnto and enjoys tho fulhii t confidence of an intelligent con- Â¬ st it ti ncy JLa certtiily i conscientious faithful loading houwi for KANtY DRY GOODS FURNISHING The free and unlimited coinage of CiOODSThe NOTIONS AlwuryH havo Uig DriveH SpiMiul uttontioii and silver the product of American mines to Mail Ordors stt the old ratio of 6 of silver to i of goid is the only solution of and icmeJy for the disturbed and unsatisfactory condition of trade manufacture and general business of the country The surreptitious act of 1873 divorcing silver and gold in our mone TRADZKARK tary system was a crime of untold magnitude It was the rankest kind of class legislation in favor of the For kooplnfr tho Sy3tem In a Houlthy Condition CURES Hodncho wealthy against the producers of CURES Constipation Act on tho Llvor and Kldnoys Purlflon tho wealth and hostile to the prosperity Olood Dlnpols Colds nnd rovers Boautiflos tho Comploxion and Is rtofroahlnff to tho Tasto Solo or of the United States It was an act PloaainR and llltstrainl olfhtjpnKo Ilnciln Story UooJc Kirca i allurOnuaaiBTS of a nicely purtUnwi of treason because done at the instance pviato of Lincoln Tea 1rlre c At your CrucvUtot Lincoln Txa Co Tort Warn r of a European syndicate and for brbc giving aid and comfort to mrin money IocaI and it is ncknowloilgiHl to bo h TT I T N onlypulllnlulir in Kentucky Subscribe nowtho lMt Hure IHH mul H H r L f If To shield A mkAA AALAkLikLAL nil thi jjooil Iiiiih itvUV rontuin thU ycur our countrys enemies the guilty parties the well autlienti Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ SIJLVEK a 165 167 Race Street CINCINNATI O iiBim TPDOlrllC UUI Â¬ IfGOLJf IN BEST f THE 1 fA WORLD rlr I Exceptional Offer ginnliig with this weeks is ue new mk Sii olYer both feel and which wo sure old riiLK fibers We propose will reit with favor to give ir to new subscribers and to thoM uifx iady renders who renew yor a handsome bound for volurre o ixty four -- elected pho Worlds totjKK view- - of the Kaoh one Coiuioissi n Kxpn itin views h SxlO inches in of th-- 4aefompanied by an in- -- ix d IJ we r-- -g s tl d accurate dej cript ion a Escaped Convict in Hiding I oscapod from Kddyvillo has returned to Madisuu county aud is reported to bo in hidim among relatives in tho Hcl Lick localiiy Il miles iroin LMchnioml Mebe-is Miid to bo heavilv armed and ing a Hid man f nun Hitter will doiibthtfHgivothoolfiocuromo troubln Kliould thoy atUunpt to molust him Thoro is a reward of WO offorod by tho Kddyvi He prison HUthoritioB for liis capluro Â¬ Cash Graves who was -- lit up from Madison county in IM for a tt rm of 18 vears for killing Win Moore and who a short time ago Â¬ j ii e engra ing would co t In order to at hsLt Jf1 each - -- autiful and instructiM t - only necepnary in col- one y ar to renew tih- t H for at period or to wend in a n w to yearly Kucrilwr Nith pay KilMTJption and jior tage and Livery Feed and Sale Stable maibrg v- hook am the work HAZEL GREEN KY prepaid xvill U - If p--- ot itrinal jihofo-grap- L- ro catcd facts often published have been vigorously denied The Enquirer will continue to ex- Â¬ pose this unpardonable crime until right and justice arc done the people by the full restoration of silver to 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 pers for the coming season to include the Enquirer that costs only 100 a year Issued twice a week Liberal commissions and cash re- Â¬ Sample wards given to club raisers Ekquirhr Company copies free Cincinnati O Â¬ J u M Mil J T wtlhlbreuplloatlonaor IMfkorr Groro Farm homo r Altrrtrytux a if Jwy hyeiX Itutluc WlKuy n nwJnncu rxfry known remedy lrcinoel year yrmrn stuntllng froui i a old Ully of tvit Oahi Z mm I QUINNS OINTMENT of rvcommoudn IUllioboiitrrBprRtlonllvecvpruclorliord J 1 hcMrlliy Z to uil lloumien Wc ltIMfM iTKiotWAHK trlnl knt It niltii 5V lui f or ll vv r for N t iiUY At CO Wliiloliall X bltllMlftllltiatlftfllMMIIIIIIIaiatlttatMMMIIBIMMI 0on not tA PrlmRI W HA IciUvumlul njavliBitlr Ask rocrilrumtln ierlt If tin a httndrtJcicU I 11 i- ir - mmllh tm mi Sla to Iir J PtERATT 621 W Main Street LOUISVILLE KY rci nri I kUo thoniaelvus when they tranriibM against thtirr convictionnul 417fc Mjroar What xunn in hi- - right mind won hi uHpiro his own hurt M n dBS tloiitcrliig Subtle llorn Jitrlir omi Id to niv lui on rtuson III r litre frud 4 Double mid KJiitflc N utile terui 2irl Hill Tub Haalj und OotirierJour an ntteml to J folio bulHr H call ItopietfMllrAr of HiU KlmJ Solicits orders from merchants for Tinware Stoves Ranges Stove- Â¬ pipe Elbows Mantels Grates Hol loware Cutlery c c ligft Send for complete r rr JOHN II WttltATT otlou o and priot -- TSJ iM Jtei Mm- - -- p j THE HERALD BFIXOER OOQfIX Tho cheerful idiot who saw a combine between Hardin and Brad- Â¬ Covington WWW ley is Htill at lnrgo Itatt Prifts CfeMMiat Lsxinfton and Eastern RaUwav ftssssassasass f5t m rsrjrj rsjrwrrGZrzin p TIMETABLE J 895 T Commonwealth Vrnm llm nawflnnnvr ronorts it EAST would appear that all tho unom- n ploy oil KeiicucKiaiiH iuu uiu STATIONS a microscopo on one hand and tel- Â¬ escope in the other Hoarching earth and sky for the gubernatorial can- Â¬ Ieiington NeUiurluml didates Anderson News CHAS SCOTT U IIVINOHTON en lass Agent VI Oen Manager A GRErT DEAL SI 33GUND l No I- - No Daily e Duilv I nunuav THURSDAY I u R v I is F The empty condition of thostato troasury about which tho Hopnb licans are raising Buch a howl is With a few moro eitizona liko due in a large moasuro to a reduc- Â¬ Mr Robert F Anderson wlio hn n tion in tho rate f taxation and at tho timo tho measure wa up for letter in thin iseuo of our pnpor consideration ovory Republican the pcoplo of Wolfo county could member of tho legislature voted to noon havo a railroad connection lower the rate Times Goorgo vith tho Lexington and Enalorn town U and thonco to all parts of tho world The Domocrats of Kentucky may by mil And if wo had such a as well prepare for an all round railroad Wolfo county would soon hard fight according to tho latest political rules Politics is in a bo lifted out of tho pauper list very mixed condition in this state Every iurmor could then rniao and tho noxt gubernatorial cam Â¬ twico or thrico us much grain an ho paign will prove it From now on of Kentucky must have now doos iind find a market for the peoplo not moroly men Emi Â¬ measures his eurplmi becnudo ho would have nence Constitution thofaciliticH to qhip it It is tfon- tt HAZEL GREEN KY tt Montrose Avon 0 20 a in 0 Hi a in r r February 1895 Virden Clnv Citv Htniiton Hodislvu Wyandotte Winehcstc r Futrlie Indian Field Ill 0l am Ill 0 138 8 H in iI a m u 8 M a nt 8 l a in 7 W a in 7 19 0p p i op 4 MS p 1 10 p 11 in iii iii iii ill An extra good opportunity occurred by which wo wore enabled tu fill up our partially exhausted stock at a very low price l OS p in J 05 p in 1 10 14 7 7 7 7 7 47 Mi r Dundee Natural Iiridge i Torrent 07 Finnihtlf Heuttyville Junction 70 74 Three Fnrks City S2 ihol Filhon OaKdale Ktkatinvu laekhon a in a in M f C4 a in 10 i 3J a in u0 a ni 01 t0 0 00 11 3H a -- 0 n in 07 a in 1 1 W a 7 0l a ni 10 57 a 3 r0 a in 10 i3 a I 17 a in t 48 a i 0a 0 80 a in a 4J a Ua 20 a in m in ui 35 lJ 1 in in in 10 p in 1 - a ni in in in WE HAVE Closed out the entire product of the imL S FECII mense clothing firm of M CO Tincinnati and the sea IlKIMER son being over for them the price was Â¬ Â¬ a in in 7 It 7 US il a in a in something like half their actual value tt 0 50 a in a in WEST BOUND No C WE SURRENDER All the advantage of the sale and openly ilelv any house to match these prices STATIONS Lexington I No 1 Daily e Dailv Stindav a in a in o 5tl a in J 1 Netliciland Montrose Avon i r L- - orally cpncoled that our mountain noil in oopocitilly adaptod to tho growth of tho finer grades of tobacco but without shipping fa- Â¬ cilities wo can not uflorJ to grow it because llio cost of shipping outs up tho profit With u riilrosul all thiH would w ciiatigod and our count would hooii gain a reputa tion fcocond to no suction in the United SlutOH for growing tholinor gradosof tobneco Our lands will Â¬ 7 U5 a ui Whatever be W O Rradlevs Wvnndotte S tJ a in WineheMer shortcomings and ho has many Fairlie t 0i ii iii II III ho is certainly muster of the fae Iiulntti Fieliii ni rjHt in 10 p a I piii aa in ulty of organizing and maintain- Â¬ Virden 40 Ilny Citj n mill in ing tho most active literary bureau Manlon 52p m lli H p in ever known in Kentucky There Kohlyn AS p m 20 in 4 01 pin 12 41 pin is nothimr in the man to render Fil on is 4 18 it iii 15 n in him prominent above number of Dundee llrtdgc 57 4 2 i in 2ti i in Natural Republican politici ins in the state Torrent 02 4 i5 p in 2 p ui in 4 id n Hi 2 10 p in yet he keeps every little Republi- Â¬ Iiueiite It 05 p in 5S Heuttyville can newspaper in the tate filled Three Forkshmetionj70 5 OS p ui 71 Citv p in 25p in 12 p ui half full of pieansof praise to him Atlml 2i p in 5 Oakdale p in 4 30 p ui self Hartford Herald 5 ii in Flkatawa Mii in -- l i 00 p ui JIM p in t p in J J p in l4 J i ii ui n J 5i p tu -1 1 t I j SUITS AND OVERCOATS 1U uu rS r uo o oo oo 11 NOW GOING AT- i I -- 1 i WO l no in r I I WORTH i j no 20 oo fcJo 00 is ij 50 9 I I I i I Actual bona fide values est ever offered in Lexington come and look I is oo The great- 5 Â¬ Just 1 1 liieknn I I I II 00 n in A 5 20 - III fr IU I I FLOYD IIVKD wealth 000000 per annum what Catnpton Ky wo say of tho increased pro- Â¬ shall ATTO R X K Y- - AT L AA of corn outH etc and the duction sfi AhstrnctHof title fiwnisliod collue Kuarnutvud and our poultry and lions ruitde with prompt returns Wood A Day increased pricoof the luw firm of Cnnnected In tho light of tho figures Mt StcrliiiK Ky in civil practice oggs wo make and wo boliovo they aro AHOWAUD STAMrKK w ATroitNrv-AT-Lvwo caiwnoMoo how any reasonable CAaIITOX ky man with land or money should of Wnlle and the WIMiiriicLltit in the All hmlnt hwitto to aid in buildintho ronrt4 jKllolnlucoHntlen cnurti M outruHtcd produce from 800 to J0 pounds per aero and aL f cents n pound tho return for land and labor would bn 10 to 00 per tiero This oHtinmto as to production is not f suggoratid nor is tho price aprox imatoly high Mr 11 CJ llord of this place hist year produced on tho lands of Mr J T Day tobacco that will weigh 1510 pounds to tho aero ami it is thought it will bring an average of lf cents p r pound Now taking our figures is a basis cm any man doubt the wisdom of ilonating libivally to lln construction of a railroad through Wolfe county to tho Lexington and ICat Every farmer wo admit orn would not wish to raise tobacco and it would bo all tho better that they did not for then th farmers who should raise grain cattle hogs otc would havo a homo inurlcot for thoir Hurplus But we mention tobacco for the reason that tho mountain article is acknowledged to be the best grown Evon so largo u grower as Mr Leslie Combs of Fayette county and he growed some GOO acres hist year says tho mountains produce tho finest grade Ifo is an enthusiast on the growth of tho wood ond his evidence ought to count for considerable Wo havo Util acres devotod to grain and grass and this acreage would be doubled with the advont We also havo M rf a railroad 838 acres of woodland and mip posc wo clear up 0000 acres of this woodland and devote it to tho cul- Â¬ ture of tobacco At 300 per aero that would bring us SOO000 an mially and wo do not think we overestimate when wo say there could be found fully that much of Al tobacco land in the county If tho one crop would increase our Â¬ A now era to have daw nod mmii N1and 2 arrive and depart from r A ii iml il tirii iii yur llfiinl Vnh on Lexington in the past few iind dipart from L t II Fieiht depot at weeks and instead of lining knives MineriiiiHi v and pistols the more sensible re- Â¬ IV sort to tho manly art of self de FARM FOR SALE feme in settling personal difficulties seems to be eoniiim into fash31 ion This is much better than the old ntvle and leads to the hope nfli r for Hale my rAUMHtii iUil fnur that in time we may by mutual mile1 below Ilnel Jieen This fiuiii forbearance and courtesy see the Iompri es 110 acres of land in a uooil cultivation inoileni thvelliim time when a resort to pergonal vio- Â¬ rttate of roomwith ood lence av ill be a rare incident in the well of watei halli closet etr and in vuril irood barn life of our city Lexington Iross outbuilding hw onnj ureliard of ap 1 Â¬ Â¬ rasj lS2 I Clothiers Tailors and Furnishers MAIN AM MM IT M roiIM- 1 LEXiNCTON sSVlW -- X --v KY vN r fs VV S- - J vv Transcript SlirrHFTO V UliLL I rtjlj ill f h j I plei peaches pears etc Uu is a koori tiitid s llri is pleiitv nf me at Tolivor eburch and within tun iiiilfHif May town all on or addre liousc 1 ll tr tneic ilri Then-i-- t pot lly virtue taxt H dtie the ShenU of Jli- Voff county for the vear- - 1M0 t IKt iJ I or one of my deputies will on I otlicc which is at my A IS SWA Mil UU A Monday the 4th Day of March 1895 Hot ween the hours of oclock a tu and And all worn out then idrentrth and i I oclock p m nt the court houe door health fail If oti want to enjoy in its in the town of Campion Wolfe county Hill lies- - that buoyancy of health and MAJESTIC Ivy it bciii county court day expose to spirit that add mi much to the forces nnmnlnlA public hale to the highest and best bid and pleasures of life u that greatest of uuiiiuicic der for enh in hand the following Us all medicinal remedies eribod real estate or po much thereof as i may be neccNMtry to Mitisfy saic tax and t - u r UUM HL M I RUN DOWN rttL iii r - Ciplon lot ii lace Our reputation rnr Jffwrii T m for handling only i Diat No I ISO -II Amvx heirn NO acres of land joining Walter Tipton I WMtuwit o I T TYr S2d JLJL TTinfpc JLii jLJiJLjSL 0 18111 lumps Amvx 101 acres of laud joining Frank Duke 77W IHHt No 1 1S91 D II Fallen ISi joining Oscar Fallen JU1S ac 18i I Wiu Little 00 Dht No acres lnnri joining Kd Little ir K DisL No J 1894 John Duucil ISO land joining M K WiUon No 2 lS91 Filmu DeHusk town lot llazol tireen JlJ02 Dist No J 18SW II N Kose 65 acres ISU1 and 1M acrts 1J1M joining Win Johnson SISH0 No i 1M0 K J rynl 12fi 17 1 acres of land joining C P Uobert U 18yu l Elizabeth Kce Dist No 0915 ton town lot Oampton 1S91 Egbert Moore 00 Dist No 11 linker 15 in acres land joiuimr No J 1891 2 John Wuioman Dist S acres land joining T F VanCleave Dist No 1 - - 1 IU ldu Royal Germetuer ni give xou Appetite It will Ktve ou re tftil lefnsliing Sleej it is superior to all others i HHMQ1W Â¬ Â¬ strictlyfirstclass goods is proof positive that IiL liii n uiu l 5 1 kal Ui k ixcs It will eliaime vour weakness into Strength brill you out of Mekn- e- into itttiiiiuriiyouriHoi rXSKnW ioYLniiMiTnn co ia AtltiiitD 1891 L Hyrd Spencer S9 land ndjoluintr WmJohnsin 752 acres Iiw F DM Nu ft lftSlMIU-l--- -Ilank- - 10 icns lauu joining 15 F J lat um 2225 Hist No w IS9I Aiicoline Jones 92 79 acres land joiuius IVlix Fence lUl No ISWl K N UIm 1217 land joining Jerry luldori i to- 1ir riiiiitiiit i uia ivi iiM I J W DUAKK S W C Diht No 1 iTABLERS BUCK EYE Â¬ Twenty two of these Ranges sold in ten days is pretty good work tor these times and goes to show that the goods are what they are represented to be And we propose to sell Seventy five by January 1st 1895 So come now and W 5 t0 i i i OINTMENT CURES A SU BUY A MAJESTIC BUT PILES A j and CERTAIN CURE known for 15 yonrs as tho iBEST REMEDY for PILES HOTl tTSiniAMCCtT UT3 nYAtJJUVOOItTM S3 13UK 57 j T JOHNSON J II SWANaO illllptnil Hazel Ctreen Induce your neighbors to buy one and they will be happy They are the greatest of COOK- Â¬ ING STOVES Cooking becomes a pleasure instead of drudgery A full line in stock at all times at prices within the reach of any A COOK BOOK with description of IkWP Range sent to any address BE HAPPY f JOHNSON SVANGOf ATTORXEYSATLAW Will prnctlcu in the Wolfe county mid clr promptly tuade Collection cult court and nhtracl of title luruUhcd on short notice W W REED MT STERLING KY OwiytHi w 1 - i u our care win receive prwwpi nvinw v t r rwlirv j BHWPfir ri jin a icl KJ9 SirUrrt - - jjjjiiiifiiiiwvMiiioiiiwiwiwt i j ISK r tf t i JL Mr and Mrs F McGuiro not an elegant Hupper for tiioir frioiuln on Tuenday evoning and among those Mibh Jlortiiie Knnh Is visiting at wno sab down to tno least of gonil Fronohburg things vo note the following Mr Leo McCnnn wo lenrn ia quite and Mrs John Evnntt Mr and Mrt John II Pieratt Mr and Mr W ill with fever TOEHEBALB 12 W SHORT STREET LEXINGTON KY at all hours Brefckfwfc from G Rpcnlnr Meals 25 conta Moala to order 10 a in to 8 p m Suppor from 5 to 0 p iil to 9 ft m Dirmr Crow i Sl Tom Loeuftor an illnosa of oral wooks is out again Nelso Chanoy kpv old mule for 5250 week from Chan Swamio a 2 voar jr purchnsori this Tho wives of J off Roso and Jns Klkina of Lacy crook aro both ro ported as being very sick Jimmie Day had a slight attack fever or the genuine failed to intorm us article h0 1 H Cord Mr Nannie Kah Mrs Lmdnay Ware Missoh Combs Han nela and Ingles and Messrs John M Rose and ClmrhS Andre Tho oditor and his bettor J acknowledge the receipt of an invitation but owing to tho cold weather and tho fact that tho did not feel well enough to venture out we had to forego the anticipated pleasure of participating which we very much regret Those present however are all agreeu that wider Tioratt was a firat class substitute vOysters Lamb Fries Fish and Chicken a Snecialty W G Todd of thia place makes tho I have boon following statement Stomach Troubles Releived Todi Ky Jan 10 1805 ElliottBvillo that ho has just closed a mooting at that placo which re- Eld J A Howard writes us from Â¬ Â¬ sulted in 100 additions 45 by baptism IIo is now engaged in a mooting at Soldier Rev Frank Agar is expected to visit Morgan Wolfe and Menefee counties early in April lie will preach at different points commencing at Rnthel Wolfe county Particulars later on Â¬ Thomas A Fallon who lins bfon living near Dallas Toxns for tho past two years and has been relatives and friends in this section recently returned t hi vi-it-i- ng GREEN taking Hoods Sarsaparilla for in- Â¬ digestion and other stomach trou- Â¬ bles and have found it to be all SESSION OF 1894 05 that i claimed for it and I hear- Â¬ tily recommond it to all afflicted JJT NEXT TERM BEgSMONDAY DECEMBER 31 with similar troubles Studios in all denartmonta of school work carried on alao Hoods Pills euro all liver ills or owuograpny a uu rTypewriting Tho only Spencer Cooper editor of The Hazki Green Herald is HistoTy revoals mans deeds and 3 ExruxflKa pob Twbnty WKKKii in the citv Mr Connor has an HA rAtAiLftAN thoir outward characters but not A3 wi Tltki IbUinklUU excellent paper in the heart of an MIIMII U Ul XOIVrU Thoro is a secret self MMIttl themselves excellent country among excel- Â¬ 4 Ull IvD v uw t imtimnMn 4 00 Washing lent people and he is an excellent that has its own life impenetrated 35 Music per lesson good fellow He ran down from and unguessed ft 00 btenornphy iiml Typo writing four weeks his mountain retreat to see the A Itecointnondation from Los Angolos One httlf puyulile in advance show last night Lexington SunLos Angeles W2 Caslelar St Homo tcinef Deduction Tur BlckncM protracted two wcckH or more day Transcript not couuted having suffered for a Cal After That thro is a rifzht smart ex long time from acute rheumatism FA11 pupils from a distance muat board at tho Home V cellence in the above is evident without obtaining relief I used V unless permitted by tho Principal to board with near rola- - rr Â¬ and it is of the par sort doubt Chamberlains Pain Palm and was WvtiniMpnrn hnn tirovmi thnhlxi fnt tho best nHiilffl nil- - tni tivort less but the Inirrv of business pre almost immediately relieved 1 vented our attending the bet highly recommend this as the best Ppils must bo under tho direct care of tho teaohers and they bo if permitted U board in private fain i Hen show on earth verv much to our medicine known regret but wo bow low for your ex Â¬ 1 M Hamilton TM- - DOE TPxncljtQtit r ceeding nice noliee all the same iL For sale by John M Rose and still hold vou near and dear HAZEL fSea i v I ACADEMY ta r- i 1 tv i tt Â¬ r western home a few days since I ft w i Tayjor Day says he will send a amplo of the tobacco grown on liis land to Lexington and it may be soen at the oliice of J D Livingston vice president and general manager of the tlexington and Eastern railway Â¬ K O Keep the ball rolling ho will give right of way Mizo snys should tlie railroad run over any of his lands and 1000 in enh if Hazel Green Henry F IMeratt each say they will give 100 Who is tho next M it touch the corporate limits I John of Jose and iLAKKNDON 110TKL Mary Nickel is keeping a i Short iiimI IlinitoiM StrtttK Hast boarding house at No i iisoton 1CV Main street Lexicgton and among 10S M SivMN Proprietor those from this section who are This 1ioiim is only two scjuris from stopping with her are John M liice Ijidrpot is Jtrt and Wal- Â¬ elis and rntrs ruoiiildo Tlif palioiiaf and wife nee Genie Oockrcll pioplioliiitiil mid du ter Cox and Clay Wade Woniack of tlie moniitiiniifxiind llest tmitiiirnt of West Liberty and a Mr Fri by XXrMO he XrQ niil umFi of Mr Sier hie a hurried visit editor made them wiit to karn lastbunday mornmg and was in Â¬ deed gladto find all in the brt of TELEBR II FH It made us health and spirits feel for the nonce like we had jut and hdonie a o unpiliiil been transported to th mountains without the fatigue of travel Mr Lev-inj-to- ggfee COIllr d -- n J - gcjfe ii litrnK - TAYL Largest Stock i D AY Lowest Prices - J Xfr0 frO if vor Dealer in General Mercliandise on a Cash Basis zrz TELEGRAPH fw been in progress for several weeks OPERATOR rsr Write We aro roqiieatod to state that a at the Methodist church closed on organized Tuesday night and while there Sabbath school will be LEXINGTON7 KY tf ho Methodist church m this were not many accessions to tho t I he flood send which was Mlmreh on- - Sunday morning next at U attendance ear- Â¬ sown is very apparent Mr May oclock A full nestly desired Bring your bibles who has labored so zealously at with you Prayer meeting service thnso meetings has endeared him- iy ts every Thursday night to which all self to the people of this eoinniu- congrepersons are most cordially lnvueo nitv and when ho bade his jfllr kw J hn gation farewell on Tuesday night fi n P Miss Ida Swango loft a f w days many eyes were moistened with ago for Charleston 111 where sho tears and all wished him God speed will spend the winter at the home on his mission of love of her uncle Newton Swango and To the toach the district school In a recent editorial the Salem Time stato we can intro- Â¬ nmiivm TndeixMidenL savs people of that lady worthy and again have we seen Chamber duce her as a young their welcome and consideration lainH Cough Remedy tried and and as a teacher she will render nttvor without the most satisfac- Whenever we see a t tnrv results them entire satisfaction The revival services which have VZ jJ A ijFIRE J3r jiii i wnii iiiiim urn OFFMAMS imaa LIFE ACCIDENT 26000000 27500000 Uti The Safest Boat and MOST RKLIABLM Agency in Kastcru Kentucky Eaten Reasonable t l rSfP tJwitXr1 T MFfO ASSETS OVER LOSSES PAID Address A UOTMAN Att Sterling Ky a i I rs- - F- m IM DAY i just now in reoipt of a full lino of lifefei The editor of this paper visited Jackson Sunday night Mil as vo viewed tho city by moonlight wo can hardly say how well we like Even in this pale light tho place however we noticed many evi- Â¬ dences of prosperity and wo hope nemo time to see the place to better advantage and see more of her people The Clarendon hotel Lexington Ky is this week advertised m our papor and those of our citizens who have not atoppid at the Clar endon when in Lexington should Mauy of our people givo it a trial atop there regularly and they will unite with us in the statement that it ib first class in all respects and Mr Skain the proprietor is a gen Â¬ Â¬ person afflicted with hoarseness with a cougn or coin we uivurmui advie them to get Chamberlains Cough Remedy and when they do they never regret it U always does the work and does it well For sale by John M Hose i WlmhSPr vi rijurm l Fall and Winter Hats Dress Goods M Dress Trimmings Trimmed Hats irom 100 up J M HAVENS Practical Jeweler and Silversmith HAZEL GREEN KY for the tlomanly landlord SOLD IN CANS ONIY public ha- - lh JX SweVnam will sell Vic lUoiinneld who February II Thursday the FOR w mitery oniL-- m ill the widow nmmmoth adv rtnene nt if in thpagtofthisisutourpap r Oakley house belou JInxol tlreen has a menagerie in hi store nfiOi horses cattle ho s a nico -lot our mountain friends should see Wlbaoon tuid corn innimis Minoaitiasaro an en auV i ftiifi iinfl kitchen furiu- - nhanLa tiger a lion and a trained MISWT Mi1 l AiiylWiii lliulrnii li turo consisting of sewing mncluno him when you Go and mo washing muchine cooking h mo p down to Winohiwtor and have THE HERALD OFFICE good a now besidex my other Charley QuiHtnberry make thonm HT Piomtt mio 1IAKI OKKi Jolly John wtioloH roar tianChurcli PrejuditMMl Mt place in town to get a square meal and they can save money by pa t Tonizing him He also deals in confectioneries fruits cakes etc fmUi- bread i vory i IUVl lUll lllllllll tlav tn nnrlies who de ire it shipped fv to them over the exintton ami l hn Eastern railway When any of our citizens visitÂ¬ Winchester tbov will find the res taurant of A Knadenger tho best roi -- - I 1 f A k 4A Thnmjinv friontU of Uncle Pros MB MS m TrimWn wfll regret to hear that he 11 HMM arm W m m an accident u few days mi met with ft H H H A K vL since which confines him to his bod in which h 1ms to be turneu over by tlie a isisiance oi oun i Ho was hauling wood on a sled m mm m WB hv Atniv means was thrown p m down when the sled passed over ms rn ji him breaking one 01 we is at present resting easy and Am he is mm hope soon to announce that M Ml mmmiw m mm himself ti gain mmW Prof Wm 1L Cord will discuss o from the llible and the Hirlit Has Cod history the tpiestion Mode of bap Vailed the Apostolic mm m or Do Wo Know the Apos Â¬ tism Suntolic Mode of Baptism nxt the oclock in day niominsj at LESS TH AM HALFTHt U Christian church to come and hear PRICE OF OTHER BRANDS invites everylmdy this subject treated the third Sunday hewlldis tho question u I flJ Iff V hvh A i 1 1 i 0A W I Â¬ ruv I itriii III K I i Â¬ 1 1 PUREST AND BEST m ird I Onth-lmirii-i- of ljhhn W1ERGHAHT8J0BL0TH0USE WHOLESALE ONf T P1KTIIG -- 137 and 139 Hace Street Big Driven m i Uincinnau uaio Vl i injm SHOHB 0L0THIHQ HATS IT0 a Sml for our Prion LihI V i tioneor nu t fH D 3 At IV HBHMaHhiiHMMgMhHIBAaaHflHftlHatfHAaMHUfliUjiHHU UP Kll The Largest Clearance tMMMeMMIfttHmM0fr9frfrYfrft SggS3 Sale Ever Known i Iinctt i f- jt if c- fe4 n ni www wm w ww m w fc II Free Sirevs Every Dag Winter Clothing I ALMOST tt Yaor Or u li ffHn Buus THEY MUST CO AT COST ANO LESS THAN COST WW WotM li i r iMiwiinimiiiiiiimi ISfE QUOTE r t Mbw Mm ths BtaSMjy fta fe Mfe 3keoiN 3ra Qa Buy aai QfotliSiig is Utto Mom -- i3L r1 Wl M OuriOO K4 WENS SUITS for for FEMf 1 Mrtmw imtammrm JPHREOIESS 1 TJ3ICLJ 2wmWJj MENS UNDERWEAR DEPARTDIENT 1 McnH SuitB go fur t Our 2000 Moiim Suim l o n 1600 Mimi HciitH jo 12 00 Mciih Suits i o Our 1000 Mciib Huitt Our 20 00 Our 1CU0 Our 1200 Our 1000 Our 80 Our oUU OrprcontH go OvprcontH o Ovi rronts go Ovcm ts vo UvoroosilH ro 12 00 for for 2ft0 Underwear for lfiO Underwear for Sw 00 Underwear for 7 10 7ft Underwear for ft 00 1010 Mens Fine IliiLiUcrri iefji 0r 00 7o 12 le w OVERCOATS for for fnr for OvircDHlsKofur 12 50 0 7 nO ft Iftc worth f0 Doeis Mens Unlamidried Shirts Iv Mens Fine Shirts ft Dien 1 co t u- - 7Gi lo at f0 Dozmi Fine Neckwear nl 25 Dozen Fine 7ftc Neckwear at ROYS AND CHILDRENS DEPARTMENT nli 4l and lofl lny mii lkuih imjw if you vw ry dollar rontu want to iri1 75 II will pnyycu to lay tlirm you invrwt 55 25 nfidi until n xt winter ii you dont 45 need thorn now 7 4 i Fnvnisliinfl Huts c js on- tircly too hiro for tlii time of year tlicndoro T viH iit nricos ritht yr Ml yy J Y STOCK of Clothing J r Gonta lor HENS ALL WOOL PANTS Our mHQ All Wool routs Our fl 00 All Wool rants Our 400 All Woel Iantu Our 3 00 All Wool laiiM t Suit SM Hoys Soils Sold Hoys Suits Sold Childrens Knee Childrens Kueo luldrtns Knee ft hildrens Knee 27 Childrens Knee 2 00 60 3 00 Inns fr tor for S n 10 of 5 00 Kwoet Orr Corduroy hct ynuiu at MENS HAT DEPARTMENT Inut Our SO 00 Stetson Hats go nt Our 4 00 Stetson Hats jo at Our flftQ Fur llatn go at Our 3 00 Ittr llatn go nt Our Ji 10 RitT Hats lo at o at Our 2 50 Btifllliit Our 200 Stiff llatn io at i7r I oo f i go at Suit1-- Sold at 500 lo at Suits Sol at 4 w at i 0 ui at Suit- - SM at Suits Sold at 150 l o nt BOYS AND CHILDRENS OVERCOATS 7 00 Hoys Ovcteoais at 000 Hoys Oven ats at 500 Hoys Overcoats at Suits Sold 1 goat at il 50 OM TH 0 50 5 oooos oljoct r QSlViiRJ tt 75 75 00000 worttnf pricoK no llive bought im aIfHH m 1U GO 5 10- - H rifr HUr - Avt fHellR Wi aJ- - aucl Will carry 4 2M 2 00 2 ftO 1 1 2 50 lions Overcoat at 7r Our Our MENS SHOE DEPARTMENT Our 500 Moiin SIioph at Our 400 Mens Shoes at Our M 00 750 Our 550 Our 400 7iir lJr 00 2 50 tvj 2 75 2 1 J sf Our 300 Menrt Shoes at Our 200 Mens Khocs at 00Olir 25 e o5 Valise for TRUNK AND VALISE DEPARTMENT Trunk for Trunk for Trunk for Trunk for Trunk for Trunk for finest good cvor brought nXl sojixon to thin city Prices will he lower than those of any house in the state We 5 50 tin1 4 00 X 50 50 2 50 2 00 8nts Fomisninj Gootfs and wont have tho room bought them for the cash 00 2 1 2 1 i0 Gome Early and Get First Choice i SALESMEN 25 00 oooooo4 ml ikiiisgg SL IT eo Our 00 Valiso for 2 00 Valiso for 2 00 Next Door to Clark County National Bank -- CTOR o ss owco Charley Qiiisenberry T G Joe Bloointield Eodfjkiu ft -- TBVajijraj uZl Doors Open from 730 A UIMJIIUBII Ul w m5 wxzUJZxay g rw ak SSangas M to 830 P M fit JJIiJlJlJUL 3 ss Bishop Hayoood to Youdq Preachers judge and if nectary htayaveck with h president of the bank or the man that is nip- pOHOtl to Ik the financial backer of the church If you can fix them your reputation ih made all right for the oldvr will not go round to tho poor people who really mod your help to iuquiroaUuit visiting them Hero is another thing that will help forward your reputation if you want a sham one Now and then we find a woman in the church not- - burdened with the care of a largo hounehold and frequently not burdened with a husband ei Â¬ ther and not having these cares hIiO foelri called on to run the Sholusjoraea the circula- Â¬ ctfurch ting medium of tliat community more visiting than the untl do preacher onght to If you cun sat Â¬ isfy her that you are a good minis Â¬ ter your reputation h made What gives dignity to a innntj werviceH in the Hotirce of command Being Hnt out by the Lord Jesus Christ iH what dignifies it not the placo he in nt to The place toleurn what a minis tor ought to do i from the toah ingH of tho Lord Jofus and when Agenta Wanted you axo not willing to learn ftom him it is time for you to quit the We want a canvasser for the bust conference selling article on the market Al- Â¬ Dont let small things hurt your lowance made for distributing sam Â¬ feelings ples and ugentwill reap all profits let it hurt you if some Â¬ AddrH quick uoo II Wells A Dont body dont think you are a big Co Le Roy N Y man Special Notice There are mighty few big men All pT ons indebted to me are and 1 think they are getting less Bo too much of a man to lot requested to come forward and set Â¬ these little thingH hurt your feel- Â¬ tle at ontfe 1 f you cant pay cash ings then you will get ho nfter n settle by note as 1 must have my whilo that great things cant hurt books squared at once This ap Â¬ plies to all Soliciting a further yu continuance of the public Dont have to havo too ninny age 1 am very respectfully patron You will tmg don or you r T Day Mvr I a hardened wldior h vet wiUi Uj If you have adippofition to nu Hlinm I will Ml yon how to make u reputation as a pronohcr without doing the work Find out who Is Ihe bow Howard the main hat takeH tho pniding elder in if he can be taken in and you Sit up to the Vquire nurflo hint freeze to tho colonel ntay all night eran if you have to be nur ed all ssWe Court Comparison and Defyjomptjofh the time You cant make a sol- Â¬ ur vli ri dier of a man brought up on jellv and cake If you find if essential to your happiness to have a whole lot of things done for you and if you let little things upset you you 1 f you have will come to nothing not been weaned get weaned as The soon as soon as you can preacher that ha to be nursed is not worthy to preach the gospel Jt tickles ino to my toes to tackle a game fish and play with him and land him but I wouldnt miss an appointment or neglect my work to do it I would let the gh die first The exposure to all sorts and conditions of weather that a lum- Â¬ berman is called upon to endure in the camps often produces severe colds which if not promptly checked rosult in congestion or pneumonia Mr J 0 Davenport ex manager of the Fort Bragg red wood company an immense insti- Â¬ tution at Fort Bragg Cal says IS NOW they sell large quantities of Cham Krlains Cough Remedy at the companys store and that he has himself uhk this remedy for a se Â¬ ver cold and obtuined immediate OF relief This medicine prevents any tendency of a cold toward pneu Â¬ monia and insures a prompt re- Â¬ covery For sale by J M Rose o o SUCH AS Debt is to a man what the ser- Â¬ pent is to a bird its eye fascinatos CATALOGUES LKTTEIMIEADS its breath poisons its coil crushes sinew and bone its jaw is tho piti- Â¬ HANDBILLS less grave BILL HEADS - The Lexington Business College UnuUHFOKATEDJ mjst i Prepared for Printing EVERY DESCRIPTION PRINTING HOUSE CIRCULARS TOSTKRS DODGERS STATEMENTS NOTEIIEADS rIlfhrCwnJ11 Kdorruient lrrnlUonl thr J JVtimni0wnli1 oT THE PBACTICAL SCHOOL OF THE SOUTH i 0mikV l with theSlntc A V CcUpr - 4 t jHM ami bnMiiPM mmt wlio are Ms rleiuiv Vri i plJr l il Heart V 5 UN fU iM Sl0rinlt lllnAiiUTUa Oirati rl hi i trriru pt1tnc Siiniii nlj Mol udorM Milortmoud nu In I ho IVurlU ownliiu- - urti b- f Im from NlrM Ul ll - i vmvrcll rtllu ln nr imw ot nuiviTt llimln -f i u-- IKVKLOlKS r lnM M11 oiuS V 2Vli O0 unriuitr I vp v Wr i lit ii MJNITES L PROGRAMS J r 17 m fr rll H vt tin ID in iiftt Hi Msirur ii i Anything Everything in Fact That Can Be Printed With Type PressPaper rMHhT niiiifiMii AiliiO lw iTl V1 i IV tml llntf llMlWIiii rMriiillliv Wl MI III ii l iilnn IIO Hlr i ir fi H r Hiliri l MU C C LIIUCV IH t luirlUHliiiuiiiml Iim luAtliiltoii Kj iij Ha HIHIIaHIHHHiwiHawHHPBIlHHlwfl if v c i Tcr Soff a vi S 15 t Sf id n I A st SERBEHKT GRQESUS fe s anv WI t CllAITh xj siu nw MRU J I I UVA Copyright io H Llppiucoit Co NTlMKl Then comes the up hill fight to jjnln the cove Not nn Instant can be lost Already with soldierly appreciation of Scrgt the situation Tellers has dismounted two or three men to hold the ridge over which lies the line of retreat and Thornton directing two men to load back the hones dibporbes his little force as skirmibhers Get your wounded bnclc up the hill he says to Schultz MefTers knows where wc arc to make our stand Fall back fast as you can Well keep em The bullets are nipping the off bunch grass all round them and the old German sergeants face is vory grave and white but he never wavers Schramm after hoisting the wounded stranger into saddle and giving the reins into the hands of the weeping boy and calling for some one to steady his father runs buck to join the Qringliue Slowly up the trail now Sdiulu mar- Â¬ shals the led horses Hack slowly te tween them and the yelling Indians now each moment reinforced comes the little bund of defenders Over to the left a young trooper under Are for the first time suddeuly drop- - hit eui bine claps hands to his leg and set up a howl of misery Help him if you ran Schramm sings outThornton Keep your pi a ceo Thicker com- the the rest of you hissing bullets from front and llmk Only JeiTers forethought saves their from attack in rear At last the hor es snorting and plunging have reaehe the ridge and are led safely over iit the swale beyond At last the ermai sergeant has conveyed his wounded across the barrier then turns fur one or tv5 shots over the heads of his eom rades now backing up the slope It it the instinct of bajLtle the impuK f the soldier -- aud the lust of hi soldierly life Finger on trigger uuwnhii hand grasping the brown carbine in the act of aiming down face foremost on the sward poor Schultz hm tumbled a Winchester bullet tearing through his loyal heart Five minutes later in a little amphi theater among the rocks two hundred yards to the west of the ridge from which the Indians first were sighted the well nigh breathless detachment is regathering and the fight goes on Here stretched on the ground stone dead now lies the civilian the stranger found in company with SchulU and over him SwOiriLtnm while sobbintr kneels his boy Here badly fright- Â¬ ened the wounded recruit had been dropped and told to quit his noise Here badly wounded lies Corporal Treacy an Irish trooper whose five years in the cavalry have known main a scene of death and danger hut whose only worry now is that he cannot fire another shot Here JeiTers is posting the men among the rocks as thev arrive so as to cover the retreat of the lieutenant and two or three still out at the front and for the moment invisible Schramm having dropped his wounded comrade under a sheltering bowlder has run up to letters just as two men come drifting in one supporting the other who is bleeding and deathly white They have killed llredow myhorse he cries his blue eyes snupuMping and great beads of sweat starting Where is the lieuten from hib face Â¬ Â¬ lookcd for white and dreading more me tviirriurs uuuk arm iwcrve nnu circle away Then down comes Schramm with Jcffcrs a close second Quick lieutenant Quick Hack to the ridge Well bring Schultz Too late Seeing how puny in num ber ore the little party of rescuers the Sioux come on again firing as they dash and then for the first time Thornton tlndB his hands and arms covered with blood A deadly faintuess over- Â¬ comes him The earth logins to swim and rock and whirl and he only knows that Schramm has swung him on his broad and muscular shoulders before he swoons away They are holding his flask to his lips when--wi- fe for a time at least he opens his eyes ainoug the rocks of Slaughter cove Where are tho Indians he faintly asks Its what I cant understand soys We could see whole troops Jetfers of them riding away like the wind southward toward the Ska There aint morcn n dozen round us now 1 reckonnot enough to attack yet too many to admit of our getting out with all our wounded Thank God bir we Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ J SDK vt srr Z iJ JJtiW much of the tlmn ever slnc FortaWiy for Um IsymrHthy thorn Iho uuncral encasement between their the object of one tcntk was lavished oa Pretty Totrrl1 comrade of tho Eleventh and tho main txxly thot of the enemy forty miles to the HouthcnM had one of whoso hurts that slit lon his j the effect of drawing nil but n small number neck wrh a mens scrw would awe from their front and of driving them bo an ornament to him all the of thence to thn agency There U every rcuHon to bvlee however they would hao returned his life while tho holo bored by the by thin time to llnNh their bloody work hnd wo llttlo Winchester in his side was some Â¬ not been hurried to tho scene thing that would soon heal aud seldom The Killed nro Scrtft Schultx nnd civilian hurt him Rut who can paint tlui son whono son a lad of by tho name of Stearn eighteen U with u but soorai no distracted sntlon at tho Thorntons happy homo b his rtvont cxiwrlenco that his tulud Is un- - Delight nnd dismay intermingled t Tel- Â¬ imlanceu tdc civilian wusoneoi n party oi egram followed telegram thtvrlUdh four who hul rid en northward und were pur Â¬ came from tho general Into in the day sued by ijcrKU iehult aud Trivato Schramm eyes The onthosupiwsition that thoy wore ronnected blinding Col Thornton with tho paymo sters robbery ntMlndcnund regiment glories in your gallant boy Schramm reports Wull send him east on leave at once hart the monoy with them that theso two met them cioso to tuo scono oi Full report by mull the flcbt K allopinR back hnyinR they were at Â¬ COXTIXUKn NFXT WKRK tached by Sioux nnd their comrades who wre Home distance ahead were probably Killed Tho ttpcedy auiuranco of the IuJIuih proisi too trutn oi pin n jcum oi mtir aiorj Ubuu Thorntons prompt charge saved the lives of the two troopers but In the rnguRe moat which followed Schultx was killed and the other casuoltlos were the result of au at Â¬ tempt to save his body Lieut Thornton who appears to have behaved with croat Rttllnntry throughout txdnj twleo wounded In thfl effort was himself Raved from death by the devotion of PrbatoSclmunra who boro him away on hi nbouldors In tho face of a don enemies AmortK tho others woundod are Sorgt JefTen Corporal Trcocy Troopers Keddy und Gross Dr French report that thoy can speedily be moNCl to rnwnee nnd urges that as soon as possible ambulances be scut to meet us After tho wounding of Scrut Teflors the naive command of the defense waa vested in lriuto Schnwnm whose bravery and skill so much more wre so rvtrltd us to win from his superiors i vou imaerine serious th most unstinted praise He Is now threat unisl with fever us the result of expo iuro and from fatal hiutien ami crltf uer the death of his Ti Ml b it r Preich hopes that it will prove Wincfiesier WHfCHEJJTKX tbt Uwl CT - rt t t 4 v h wrrnERsrooK K D HUNTER CMbtor t rwiiMtt Jr 11 m X Paid up Capital 20000000 Smrplua 6000000 - V JW4 Thl4 ckAntA the most liberal terras witkin the limits legitlraste baukiss oetlSly rnerally througkoat EaHtcm KutMcky und offers Its customer evbry faointy ssd Bask soltclta the accouBtfl ef m4r farmers traders aad bualHess mm i I kfrvMwAwSfylvt Clay 6itg national CLAY CITY KY means in Poor Health diseases result Ml 1 Capital FLOYD DAY 50000 JFCOX Cashier v B P rciuent accommodate yen AffMonoy to loan on reasonable rates Cull nn uh No Bank in Eiutorti Kentuoky has better vaulU nor bettor ftclUlicfl for keeping your account Munngcd entirely by home pcope who know yon and who tiro always ready to than ana GlarR Gouiito jlatiQiial BanR MAZH 1 Ur march tho Vo he wounded oa Utters tr morrow morning nrfully muti- Â¬ The bodv of Serut Schtlt tied by our lated was foun and uttcrwurds men this aftc4 jon The conduct of the dutnehtnent under niy command was excellent every man uus in his place at the end of mo mnreh Very rospxCtfully Vour obedient servant tturty-uvo-ml- lc n - - btn of prit raitv hoaiewarl e irrylnjT triflintr ailments norrlected Dont play with Natures greatest gift health STREET WLNCnESTER KY JOHN W IIKAX President It 11 on are leclliifr out of sorts wiiK F CUUTI9 Cashier Surplus 100000 Browns mi Rvucrnlij huuslcd iietvnus hao no nppiilt otd cant work begin at once ink- Hi Capitol 200000 Dadivlded Profits S35000 Organized IfMK belnj the oldpit bunk In county Colleeiuitit iiimle on nil puiiltb tid ctur liuwinem holieitnl lie v s2 22 HIUITs MITIKS1 nc urivns tim last shot 11V KNKKIINO rOItM Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ there trying to lug in body gasps the wounded Schults Only two fellows left Hurry man --save and down he goes in a dead Back faint Schultxs body fiott in Himmel cries Schramm as with one bound he is over the bowlders and rushing out to the front again Two hundred yards away just over the ridge with whoop and yell aud Hashing rifles the Indiaus have con centrated their energies on one devoted little squad Stumbling up the slope Thornton has come upon the prostrate form of tho veteran soldier stone dead yet in mute appeal seern ing to beg that he be not left to the savage mutilation of the Sioux Here Connor Help me Fritz he shouts to the nearest men and so desperate aud daring the three join One forces to save their friend fire and have just drags the others got the senseless clay to within ten yards of the crest when with triumphant rush aud yell the mounted Sioux come charging at them Ioor Ferry All in a flash he sees that hope has fled far that here on this wild upland the nt from home and loved ones just opening of the career so long sought so proudly entered hisgallant manful soldierlv effort has cost him his life fiut ho has lived like a Thornton like kneeling by i Thornton hell die and form he drives the SehulUs lifehv last shot from tho sergmt carbine osscs it aside grip- - tight his u iiuwu revolver a proud lathers gin am ith a last prayer on his lips aim others face swimming before his cs braces himself for the shook lese is sudden clamor wi m m Straight in front not innj ds away a Charging Sioux plunges d foremost to thegronnu ui s wildly so do two others aim wie aimed shots have taken olTreUt They lmveii Arage he shouts For cluCiiiMi v u syut Â¬ Â¬ -- ant Â¬ Â¬ That bullet just missed the juguir but you bled like a stuck pig Schramm says you were all covered with it when he readied you more than I didnt know I was hit said Thornton faintly a mere grae Hit twiee sir You got the other when they dashed on us at the crest and SeJirnmm had to drop you for a minute Hid Schramm carry me out The Kvury fooj of the way sir is made of steel only little Iratchman lies heart broken about Schultz We couldnt feteh him in sir They got the ltody after all and I had to order vhninun und r arrest to prevent his oing out a seeond time Thornton clones his eyes a moment Faint from loss of blood the realisation of the peril of the past hour and the danger of the present he knows no aiu from his wounds he realises that ic is in command responsible for all nd that there may yet be a demand for his every energy He needs to think yet even thing seems aw hirl Take another pull at this lieuten- Â¬ Youre very weak ant says letters And he yet but were all right now to the boys lips and holds the flask Its my Ulief raises him on his arm the battalion has struck the main hotly of these beggars over near the river and Hash signals nave ucen going lor the last hour We can see em with your glasses If they have were well avenged for there isnt an old hand in all the regiment that isnt just mad for a fair fight with em They wont lwtlier us more this day so long as we keep inside and under cover and if the colonels after them the rest wont stop to inquire for us to morrow either asks How many are wounded Thornton feebly Well sir theres yourself and Corporal Treacy youre the only one seriously hurt Little Ueddy there is shot ir nm throe or iffour ar full of scratched Schramms shirt I thought he must be hit holes and he was so covered with blood Uetweeii losing Schultz and Fredow he feels pretty well broke up but there wont be anything too good for him in the regiment when we get back sir Here hecomcH now hes leen over at the spring washing otF the blood Schramm Thornton feebly turns fellow it seems I owe my my brave life to you When would I have been but for vour courage And Schramm apparently not seeing the hand feebly outstretched stands at salute and replies I Where would havq been sir mil for the lieutenant t blood Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ rot you back in time to cheek the I CHArTEH XII -Intav- UnAnoninTEiw jftacumint thJUHO COVK TUV CAMl AJ- PUU U1ITKU 197- ICHt APJt TANT TOUT HANSOM thu honor lo report I - Poraplliinco with the sue hve to the relt f of Limit of tho j wuth Thorntons v InrilmH at this ported iwrfo alrv th caluumpofUu- Iwitalion the Tr SSI Irs nl Utll thlnfitirj tmuliou ernl orders J on of inrr licMntli nlc of tho major that In dcthot ntunH -- 1 - w ll hidriiTS of from crwk l trul oiieholf miles Wil ramp dnty- 2r point Pttrnflai rrrmtMs HVV C0a Miuirhcn t atfthiwwh nn 1 1 Wiron rctfiua ruoii sit wi c Uihreach10 4 2l m alal tho lclitbt uwl rr 11 U Hct ntturk Thoy ire off at n Uo IiJbmI of it WPinHrtho though for food or wator wou StiMiiirtool ouontUin for iholr woumM fl t h u luruo orvo of 5 hartTibarn nn under lire tortyatHlauuhteroovoHUmt vr ad WBTMUJ j in mcl VlSiho rolM Dot a onSuaiy and al been however called for the active services of many hand as well as the liveliest Bad Blood sympathy of every heart for the jour- Â¬ Nervous aitmenia ney by field and rail had been a tr ing Womens complaints ordeal in the fierce heat which for onlv the itctulno thnsrtosed reiV seven days after Winthrops fight had lines on trn vrmppcr Allollers nicsuh 1 Mimic J tin recvijit of twoae seemed to hard bake the broad valle w send et f Ten CoAUtliul Worlds to the westward of the Ska even Fuir Vkws and book tree r MO V BALTIMORE mountains Then the grief aroused DROWN CHEMICAL CO by the casualties in the main engagement had been supplemented GiuiEX day by keen anxiety as to the fate of ierry Thornton and his party Hhctl was a cool headed fellow and had dom about the right thing even Id wards and other cavalry cranks were ready ii admit that Aroused soon after mid night by his officer of the day and ti CAM ON demoralized deputy he had little tinu required him with to think Orders his battalion to march buck to Pawnei as escort for the wounded Communi cation with department headquarter Manufacturing Jeweler in the deud of night would have involved hours of delay The deputy might be lying yet the chances were flnlu norttf Pn in favor of the truth of his stories Uhett knew the bulk of the Indian must have scampered for home in order to show up at the muster sure to b made so as to comiueo the agency officials at least of their presence and that they therefore could have no part in the recent outrages The general had taken the Held going cross country after Winthrop and was now far lxyond telegraphic reach If the Sioux had surrounded Thornton near Slaughter cove the sooner help was sent the better Fenton always ready for anything and keenly relishing the idea of footmen mnrchlng to the relief of cavalry was promptly told to tai e his own company and Company E and get there The cooks were up coffee Ixdling and bacon sizzling before the order was fairly out of the majc s mouth and the command marched away towards the gap in the far blue hills under the twinkling pole star within the hour Ood speed you old man Send us word quick as you can said Rhett as the dusky little column went swiuglng tiive em a lick away out of camp for me Mickey colled Private Toohey ton chum in o luckier company than his own And that was the last heurd of them for twenty nine hours Then two of the lately besieged troopers Frit and Router came trotting In among the trn vols just as the convoy broke camp at the mouth of Pawnee gorge twenty miles nearer home Leaving the cove at darlc the previous evening they had ridden all night with the news of the rescue had rout Â¬ ed out the telegraph operator at Ska Ilridge and sent away certain dispatches with which they were charged had lcirned that the mnjor and his com mand hnd passed on about nine a m and would lo found somewhere to the south along Iawnco Fork and then pushed ahead wilh tho glad tidings WITHIN VOri J KKACJf Everybody therefore at Hansom knew the main facts loug before Uhett and IllOK AMDs 1IAVIS THIintTV KV Every- - J VIT the wounded got homo u WITH Schultz mourned for body veteran of nearly twenty years Co Blocm in the regiment and re- i service who had cov- juiced ftr Schramm ered himself with glory Everybody MANUFACTURERS LOTHIHG was proud of Thorntons spirited be- havior lu his maiden fight and full of 00 Wfl rrwrl Htrrrt CINCINNATI genuine distress over his wounds Kd Tlio trn ile of Kentucky inerchanu iollc wards hadlv shot and a veteran of Him uml ntUrtcilun uurunlef l snanva tough cavalry campaign wfisnt j Such wns the otllcial report which had followed Hhetts command back to 1nnsom and brought a gleam of sun Â¬ The shine through all the gloom deatli of Cant Manning an ollicer of terling worth and that of so many good men and true three of whom had families at the post could not but weigh heavily on the spirits of one and all The home coming of the wounded -- CnpL - th I CJ rKrcroN Infantry Commurialnt ncdkiit4uh Iron ds j Bitters I Me strctictliciitti llenuiutclin 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nikuivhio foni a i Bettman AH Price ltH MtMTf4 V2 i T wa pafs Jjy rf wtl Jrr7 hwlu urn Ui Hft Iwn S m ft j t - - wrta Wffa T T11 rrr Wwwraafc kaa T kl L W TT iT1 1 I ii V r pj i J J fl -- J A1 I 7 P Xickxrteea rrtfar aun weicv lutitu act ii Shami Beatk to Lirtno It ft 5 Hu fa I f s iISf k Valonlitxo Pioratt RiclirtrdBoh 42 yctLTH of ago who kopt ft grocery utoron Winn avenuo at the inlor ROotion of tho alloy loading to tho Conn Hagan companyH imllH and resided in a cottago aJjoiuing tho toroj suioidod while lying in bod at his homo about I oclock Tuoh- lay morning of lafjtwook by utipot- ing himBolf througli tho hoad with a 38 caliber rovolvor JIo and his wife whilo occupying tho aamo room Hlept in eeparato Shortly aftor midnight ho vbodH aroHO and built a firo in tho grato Ho thon returned to bed and few minutes later bin wifo who had not particularly noticed hio nctionH wan ntartlod by aiHtol shot Sho began to acroam with all hor might and tho noiBosoon brouglit in hcv oral of tho neighbor who woro confrontod with a ghantly fright Richardson wan lying flat on bin back in tho bod with tho fatal woapon clutched tightly in hio right hand and a horriblo wound in hia hoad Tho ball entered juat behind tho right oar and pawning directly through tho head noar tho Ijuoo of tho brain came out juHfc bo liiml tho loft oar Doath wau in fllantanoous Tho hoad wna turned slightly to tho right and tho ro- Â¬ volvor won hold in such a position that the blood from tho vound flowod down tho barrol filling tho flholl from which tho fatal shot had boon firod and overflowing had1 crimsoned tho hand of tho suicido and saturated tho bed OfFicor Haggard who lives just across tho street from tho Riohard on homo vas ono among tho first to roach tho scono oF tho tragody poaco than livo in disgraco that tho charges made against him were false and that his accusers wore liars Ho charged his wife to bo guided by tho advico of his father and to try and raise their boy ardspn arroBtol oti tlio charge of boing tho father of tho child alle Â¬ ging among othor things that ho accomplished her ruin by foroo Richardson gavo bond and sont a friond to Estill to try to effect a oompromiso with his sister-in-labut tho effort proved a failure Tho trial of tho caso was set for noxt JMonday at Stanton and as tho timo drow noar Richardson ooomod to grow moro and rnoro ds poudent and ovidontly made up his mind to end his troublo by end Â¬ ing his lifo Ho loft a brief noto addressed 1o his wifo which stated in substunee that ho would rather dio and b in w liiiliSi itl Kcw fffH rf T iVJ Iall and Winter Ptock of Hats and Bonnets Jnst Received Prices Lower Than Ever Mrs MAGGIE GILLUM No 49 North Broadway LEXINGTON KY I ii Richardson was somovhat dissi Â¬ pated but was regarded as a good VTIN safe business man and was reputed M to possess considerable means The remains woro shipped to Mt Sterling for interment Wimdies- - z I U I I VW tor Sun Jan JJ1 fi V right TO T1IK V SjyN atSJt hl WW JfX I b 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IHFfifUFUflFiifldm f South Mims111 1 ry Jllm i SS iOP htrMt unrfi - IHfUll yllBG I f l j Hurt by Waldem Rick Jonkb Jamkh T Ecton John ATannek KM UconRB 6JBSSfW1 j0zwiti Lryyy Vl n m 4 II ff It Thorc is howovor a story in tliis connection which shows plainly thccircumstanooH loading up to the -tragody Y P Richardson catno horo from Morgan county about sovon years jfcgo with a wifo and son tho latter boing at that time about 12 years of ago 3 lis falrnr J N Riehard fion then living im this county also movod to this city and tho two wont into tho grocory buuinoss in tho house vlmro tho son was doing business at tho time of his death Mr and Mrs V P Richardson did not got along well together and in 1890 after 15 yours of mar Â¬ ried life thoy separated tho hus Â¬ band going to Kansas whero ho owned considerable real ootato tho wifo going to hor pooplo in Morgan county and tho boy leav ing for parte unknown Tho older Richardson closed out tho business to James Oobourne and romovod to Ml Sterling whoro Â¬ LT IIaoan MnlVyri WBSSSk JJfr 0 SHOULD TAKC UP THIS Of TCR AT DNCt Outfit conslstinc of CORRESPONDENCE FROM AGENTS INVITED sample paper scm on receipt 01 voc to pay cost 01 wmppiut luaiuun fainpl of book nod f iai juepajiueui THE LION BRAND MAXUrACTUKEI KENTUCKY 11Y Address -- THE HERALD HAKKL JJUKKN s - KY r Mil x S i ft Q c i JEANS CLOTHING CO Qcorf IV Tulcy rr LOUISVILLE KY Ucnjikinlu MUsourl Gciwil I Advice S Quickly Followed by 1 AVOID BulK Soda only in Every pair warranted WHEN YOU WANT A Bad soda spoils good float pOHAft a Pure soda the best soda comes packages WATCH o o Or anything in tlm Jwwolry lino lot mo knciUir Twill fnr- vou U ns money nOworfh tbe and YOU will have rTAKAXTEh lit nomo wliero vou can n j it Kcnpoctfiilly -- Cuiinoc a T 1 Ifotxl it Co wan Lalicu of Rheumatism R4cOCl9 Sarsapartlla owoII Mass bearing this trade mark 23 It costs no more than inferior package soda never spoils the flour always keeps soft Beware of imitation trade marks and labels 1 and insist on packages S bearing these words ojmi I wsn sirk for over nix month Offitn 1 vmnltl Iiiva tncli iiiilns Unit I could liurdty cmliliO thfuu A friond cunu to mo mil 1 took suit ltwxl nto to try Hhh1h Mnrsaparilln lilm at lilt tonl ntul cot n bottle of It and alnco hao talion eight Vottles of It joar litu with rheumtism over a Sbcw M--x c v fete w jf wii e Bt Has Cured Mo yhcn tno doctora coalI do nift no good vrhat Tor After being benefited so much from this tncdlcltM 1 ilesmlbe llotxls Sar5aiarllli a a vrondcrtnl ltiexllclne I also advise ovcry ono ho la troublod wiU rliaumatlstu not to boMlth- - 1 ARM AIND HAMMER S II El 4 JtXfWFk CO New York Made only by CHURCH write for Arm and Hammer Book at SoU by r inrrii a J gvocrs cwrywhi r t r re- nIDD THE JEWELER T P lZKL Morgan County Ky ouklloodn Oarsapwllln honow rosidos Toturned tothfa county and en Â¬ gaged in busincs at Tord During liifl absonco his wifo romarricd though thoro is no xccoid that tho prfir had- - over bum legally sepa Â¬ JSarly in 1892 V P Richardson and the morttclno ban ftveii mo much energy and ntrouth to perforw my work Oroiux W TVUY Pcnjomlo Missouri Moods Pllla aro hand mde and nerfeoi In pTOiortloR and appearance U5o a box nm n fanner HoodsPCures auubtc Recipes- - PRI t AfiAiiitflinaoOMMtt8M0e0e9aooaeaon VICTOR B0GA6RT - W W FYV1E VARNER CO John M Rose hm ItKPItnSKNTlNO manuF2Giurinp IT Jeweler SANFORO nShort Stroct 121 wholesale Joalt m in ultn the jiutly celebrated HAZEL GREEN KY N the only firm in tlu town which Physiaian and Surgeon HAZEL GREEN K Y JfcrSurgery nnd okstotrioH nhpctinlty LEXINGTON KY atid 12IJ Boots and Shoes of h 0 Diamonds Watches and Towelry Shortly aftor his return Richard- Â¬ Roliablo Gootls Fair Dealing and The trntl of Hnstcrn Kentucky is inot son was also remrvrriod his second Bottom Prices All Goods and Work ripoit fully sol ifitetl PORTSMOUTH OHIO J F LOCKHAltT Guaranteed ftride boing Mis Eddie Lambonjon r Vhen vou want the HDJT footwear tfEITZ of Furnaco Estill county agod 17 Kv htm n call WITH 4R3KTTI51 iio lv D MOORE rj During that yar Osbourno failod with W M KERR CO PHARLEsVllL and young Richardson succeodod YMIL KY CO BEN WILLIAMSON U a tho business in his own namo WITH Hardware wi fo pOMBti 1I0USK Agricultural Implements 3lo romovod with his young REED PEEBLES Co c CAMPTOX KY to Winchester and tho couple took I RONTON O PORTSMOUTH rated Second Street from the wholesale house JTi CP Tracy Co Wl I t la with Miss Margarot Lamborson a sis Tho vntronnco of the travtHm ptihlic is TO MKUrilANTS ON I A REED PEEBLES tor of Mrs Richardaon and threo reipeotiully solieited Tahle ttf best ami Co cverr attention to tho comfort of et yoara hex sonior camo to livo with WHOLESALE DRY JOODS NDNLKVMtSterlhiff Kv thoma and to this unfortunate ar NOT OXS JAMES HOTEL c iiriti8tNTiNi is duo tho principal if Tangopont PORTSMOUTH OHIO JInin Fourth Street near not tho solo causo of tho trouble HARBISOHVGATHRIGT Eighteen months ago n foi was riKCIVNATI O ionsvn1 KY Mm nfo MirTN of KKN UJ 0 I 0 l 1 1 A 06 J V I born to Mr and Mrs Richardson 4f KO WKllKKS StlNS MunnKrHv TrrivYIMMNtlMiiilAM OTIIItlM Alloc that thoir domestic relations VjuTho iiitriace ol Wolfe Knil Morgan llUVtiVi IIUMkailll Mil KlIMtSvt lrillitos became strainrd Tho wifo booamo roti Hiispie touts Unit all wus not right 0 butwoon her husband and hr sis LELAHD Lexington Ky ter and oarly liiat full Miss Lnm HOTEL n Jlltooics rrniirlKtnr I um coitini Mart nHer NOTIONS Etc Iwraon waa sont to tho homo of hor New UnllJine Gum mill Electric 1 lit rter Will retnrnnly to in plenty ofspring h von timo l county whoro on Electric JEleviUnr llentol throughout witl However if m have any wpeoial time lo Third Race and Union Sh father in Estill Mt CINCINNATI 0 My trade Is a Day Hot Water fht 50i of last month she gavo bunintH center WlUtcjOOCame anilNrarc buy write innit atbiggerSterling from me anil trade and our coods that will milt vuttr Wsenrrrtlie bljt I want Iluy and depot price ar THK I OWSt iwrOitoaohild vrell both be happy Rmpeotfullv we RoperlAiUjr SR HU00K9 SpeolHl attention given to Wi K NUNrKY -wince he had Rich- tuit Qtder JJLuhwrt time up thoir residence in tin oottago adjoining th store Hardware Cutlery CATLKTTSBURO KY J B 1I0LION rnoiitiKTOit Solo nuoiicy for Sontli llcml 1loux HR MAUPIN Dry Goods T E i wholesale Notions I PORTSMOUTH O SY WK 1 I mum hJ PREWITT WT Go Â¬ J AJwunonnrrnr J J VUWSj cSsS X 1 m SClzt AND NOTIONS LOUISVILLE KV wont Patronage of the ihohMaIh retpeclfullr Kiltcltd werwsl J tf lt anO