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Digital page images are linked to the text file. 1 Bv t i v Sswfc awpn TVi f SPENCER COOPER Hi f u Ownor arid fedlidr V OC n Nolny World With XowVFrdm All JSiUlont8Lum1irlitt ntHlslhiuJk v v IP A k y - Sloo J80 A YEAR Alwnvs In Advance v PLBVH i - YEAR HAZEL GREEN WOLFE COUNTS oSaUofexvTHUIlSIA 4J M AtfCW NUMBER 10 hint a significant look a nvyste rioiis countenance directing to a There is nothing which wings its particular person is often amply flichb bo swiftly us onlumny noth Bufliciont to start tho tonguo of nS which is uttered with more slandor nothing which is listened to Ipvor does a man portray his fvith more readiness or dispersed own character moro vividly than SIiuuloi soaks into his manner in portraying anoth more widely water soaks into low er s I Hero is something unusual tho mind us r and marshy places whore it bo about the man whom vou have stagnant and offoiSfiiVft aoyor hoard say a good word about couie Blander is like tho grcok fire which any mortal but who can say much bunisunquonchod beneath thewa of evil of nearly all ho is acquaint- Â¬ jk ter or like the weeds which when ed with Never speak evil of an- Â¬ have extirpated in one place other oven with a cause Remem- Â¬ you sprouting vigorously in anoth- - ber wo all have our faults and if er Qt it is liko tho wneol which we oxpect charity from tho world f eatohs firo as itgoos and burns wo must bo charitable ourselves rHvMost persons have visible faults liercor ouuiibhmu Thotonguoof thesland and most are sometimes inconsist Â¬ inordusos eroris nevor tired in one form or ent upon thoso faults and mis- Â¬ another it manages to keep itsolt takes petty scandal delights to Some- feast And oven when free from in constant employment it drips honey and sometimes external blemishes envy and jeal- Â¬ time mII It is bitter noWj then sweet ousy can start the blood hound of u insinuates or assails directly suspicion create a noise that will It attract attention and many may according to circumstances will hide a curse under a smooth be lod to suppose thero is game wordand administer poison in the whore thero is nothing but thin air Liko death it nhrnBOS of lovo A word once spokon can never ivi in bo recalled therefore it is prudent lOVeS ll BUHJlUg nevor so available and eloquent as to think twice before we speak es- Â¬ when ijb can blight the hopes of pecially when ill is tho burden of tho noble minded soil tho reputa- - our talk Give no hoed to an in- Â¬ pure and break down famous story handed you by a per Â¬ uWf the or destroy the character of the son known to bo an enemy to tho No soul of high one ho is dofaming neither con- Â¬ I bravdand strong It demn your neighbor unheard for estafe caii delight in slander tendency toward there are always two siden to a indicates lapse It proves story Hoar no ill of a friend nor chao utter depravity thafesomewhere in tho soul there speak any of an enemy Believe is a yoakness a waste evil nature not all you hear nor repeat all IT Education and refinement are no you boliove Be cautious in beViiroof against it They often serve lieving ill of others and moro cau- Â¬ u i ii roiliyilO ponsu wiu Biinivu ifi tious in reporting it Thero is sol ftongUOj increase n uiut mm give dom anything uttered in malice xxo wiiu which returns to the heart of the suppleness anu btrutugy may hurthim- - speaker Believe nothing against shoots at tho stars sfcplf bunot endanger them When another but on good authority nor Wv Aiinihu cnonl a ill nf li wft urn tf report what may hurt another if I- makealSO of it as a cantine with unless it bo a greater hurt to oth- Â¬ out troubling ourselves at the cal- Â¬ ers to conceal it It is a sign of umny1 Ho is in a wretched case bad reputation to take pleasure in who values himself upon the opin- - hearing ill of our neighbors He ions of others and depends upon who sells his neighbors credit at a thoir judgment for the peace of low rate makes a market for an- Â¬ fins life The contempt of injuri other to buy his at the same rate ous words stiflos them but resent Ho who indulges himself in calum- Â¬ inentYrovives them He who val- Â¬ niating or ridiculing the absent ues himself upon the conscience plainly shows his company what uKi and not opinion nevor hoods re- Â¬ they may expect from him after ca When ill spoken of take ho leaves them movals W it tints If you have not doserved Deal tenderly with tho absent ClJ it you are none the worse if you Say nothing to inflict a wound on carebo i forover Then lot usorvulo moreannum- thoir reputation They may be fill tr nvanlnna wrong and wicked yet your knowl- Â¬ ulwJheir Boat interest and provide for edge of it does not oblige you to itllr lve then mend Flee homo to disclose their charactor except to ofj your own conscience and examine save others from injury Then do F f n heart If you are guil ty it in a way that bespeaks a spirit fJjlf it is a jjisb correction if not guilty of kindness for the absent offender tmt 8 air struction make use of Evil reports aro often the results so snau you aistui noney of misunderstanding or of ovil do mmy w ly out of gall and out of an open 011- - signs or they proceed from an ex Â¬ i emymake a secret friond That aggerated or partial disclosure of 3lflmn whi flttompts to bring down facts Wait loam tho whole story y uu viupiyuuno tnoHo wjio are aoovo before you decide then boliove inm aoes not thereby elevate him- Â¬ what the evidence compols yoif to self He rather kitiVh liimsfilf and no moro But oven then take while those whom ho traduces are hoed not to indulge in tho unkind benefitted rather than injured by nessolse you dissipate all the spirit slAiider of ono so base as ho of prayer for thorn and unnerve J- Ho who indulges in elandor is liko for doing thorn good On many a J oqowho throws aahos to tho wind- - mind and many a heart thero are l vara which comes back to tho sad inscriptions deeply engraved F same place and covers him all ovor by the tongue of Blunder which Xo bo continually subject to tho no effort can erase They aro ui omuugr win rarnisn cue moro durable than tho impression purtet virtiid as a constant ovnos- - of tho diamond on tho glass for to tho atmosphoro will obscure tho inscription on tho glass may m mstropf tho brightest gold bo destroyed by a blow but tho Mtttin either tho xeal valuo con- - improssion on tho heart lasts for hwu cno same although tho our- - ovor Lot not the sting of calumny ymy U0RomWJiftt impedod sink too dooply in your soul Ho charttoter if unjustly who i never subject to slander is bS ton generally of too littlo montal ac- Â¬ ould bo let alono tiwhilo until it count to bo worthy of it Itemom uthon ft off easily bor that it is always tho boat fruit U wb inottgh tho birds oat tho wasp lights on S4aiudor likPthor poisons when tlio iinostilowars and that shmdora in fliAti ikah ovorlook all gotten thrown off by tha intoud- - man good parts in order to light ggm9tW and thnfl rfiUrtVrta whnwi on his loves Know that slander MM tlilonrlorl f iVili Tr4Are1l is not long iivea irpiueu v Vil JHV1I DI1KH4 vi11 stitrta filandoroua VOUr C0nuucuttuusiv yunw iiow froquetitly k tho anu uiai tiuuii myMw v T 328 aro long will apnGarvto vindicate SOSodof by a smilo 6r shrucl thee Gbltlon Gems of Life good and gonerbnsac- boe Bunk into oblivion Tho word Catholic moans uni- Â¬ and thocOatholic church nwrol look or stamped versal simply moans universal ohurch tho Catholic rtlC5 mtivoB by a myaterious as for many qontnrioHchur ch qnly ahurefcvuiUhe SLANDER -- Orlglu of Denominational Names11 crat Tho Puritans ware so named in derision at their professions of being purer thUftothor pooplo Tho Presbyterians took thoir name from a Greek word meaning Elder St Louis Globe Demo- Â¬ - i Â¬ V- Â¬ 1 ik The Church of England was so callod because its jurisdiction did not extend outside of that king- Â¬ dom The Baptists had their name from John tho Baptist thoy claim- Â¬ ing to perform tho rito of baptism in tho manner that ho did The Sabbatarians wero so callod from their observing the seventh day as tho Sabbath Tho founder was named Brabouno Tho Faith healers woro thus called from tho fact that they claimed by the oxeroise of faith and by prayer to lioal all manner of diseases Protestants wore ai first so called because their representatives pro- Â¬ tested at tho Diet of Spiers in 1520 agiinst tho faction of tho emperor The Episcopalions are so called from their belief in an opiscopal form of church government that is a system providing for bishops and archbishops The Mohammedans were so call- Â¬ od because thoy wore the followers of Mohammed and believers in his doctrine as rbvealed in tho Koran Mohammed was born 571 A D and died 032 A D J name from their doctrine that each congregation was a unit should be independent of all others and manage its own affairs in its own way h Tho Congregationalists had their - Tho Cambellites aro sb called from Alexander Campbell the founder of this denomination The namo is not accepted by its mem ben who consider it offensive and call themselves Christians The Mormons received this name from the book of Mormon which was claimed by Joseph Smith to be a revelation to himself They themselves reject tho name aud call thomselves The Church of tho Latter Day Saints of Jesus Christ The Lutherans took their name from Martin Luther who was born in 1483 and died in 154G At first tho name was used as a term of ridicule but was adopted by those to whom it was applied and soon became a sorioijs designation Tho Friends or Quakers at first from called themselves Soekors f titv their assertion that they sought tho kingdom of heaven in tho same manner as it was sought by Nico domus They wore called Quakers in ridicule because Fox thoir foun- Â¬ der frequently bade his hoarors Quako and tromble at the word of tho Lord Hoods Cares fw k fm f no idle or oxtravagant claim Tho advertising of Hoods Sarsaparilla is always within tho bounds of xoason because it is true it always appeals to the sober common sense of thinking people because it is truo and is always fully substan Â¬ tiated by endorsements which in tho financial world would bo without a moments hesita Â¬ ac--cept- od In saying that Hoods Sarsapa rilla cures its proprietors make road Tho right of0way was granted Conforonco Botwccii W0H6 County and to tho road on condition that work Oil tho roadfthould begin within n Loxfiifllou Ghainboi1 of Commerce year addtlmt the road should bo This morning a meeting wag lioldin tho ordinary of thFhwnix completed by the ond of the nexti Hotel Jiy a committee 0 ironu yeai namoQhio The Kentucky is nont citizens of Wolfe county in taken frinisih6oldoharter The teretod in the nrooosod KWtneUv poghiaijntentibh was to butydtho Ohio railroad and tho Chamber roadlo UieiOhidiver-r-LexingtO- n ot uommorco committee on rail Â¬ Leader r July 25 roads and transportation i Tho committee from Wolfo In tlio Courts county consisting of Messrs S S Squiro Sebastian Wdjiis regu Combs J B Hoi Ion and 0 0 larthreo days cpurfc nfe Baysboro Hanks of Camp ton was mot at last week and disposed of a num tho L E depot by Messrs J A bor ot civil andmisdomeanOr cases Curry W ft Smith and P T John Lackoy and Wick Landrum Parnsworth Bosides tho above woro oaoli fined 20 AndTcost for mentioned Mr J D Livingston disturbing public worship at tho vice president and gonoral mana- Â¬ Saudfield school hOuao They fail- ger of tho Lexington Eastern ed to pay or replevy and Avero sent lway MrS T Campbell J T to jail Sladd and bthors wore present Clay Purcoll iO years voldwaB Mr Campbell presided at the meet Â¬ bound over to circuit court tbvan ing and Mr Farnsworth was tho swer the charge of atlgmpteuVrapo secretary agodiLyears After the meeting was callod to on Olarinda Wilson Wilson of 3o order Mr Combs addressed tho daughter to Andy wflsjserit jail 111 default q tyail meeting llr Combs detailed at Will Hall was held ovor to an- length tho groat natural resourcos sworintfie circuit court for steals of Wolfo county and thou went on to show what groat bonefit ing oats Ho wont to iaiiiirddfault v rt Lexington would donvo by having of bail tho coal and lumbor resources de- Â¬ Two colored minitersof tho J t veloped Ho said it meant much gospol Revs J H Scot andJ T to Lexington morchants and he Wilson woro each find 20 for- dis- Â¬ believed every dollar subscribed turbing public woreliip HThjf ia toward the building of tho xoad pretty high for talkin1 ouVin -would find its way back to Lex- Â¬ meotin t ington Carson hold Afa iijgualJudgo He said throo routes had been term of couhty cour last jtoiiday surveyed but Wolfo county was but there was but little bitsIiVels i interested only in what is called f the Mill Creek route This route Wanted active ascents to whom tapped the Lexington Eastern liberal cash xjommisionsvAviJl betytr railroad thirty miles this side of paid National IntelligoncGliibV Jackson and was about thirty six lishing Co Washington I OJ ff miles long It would pass through tho most thriving towns in that Sample copies of Daily IJatipuat section of tho state as Hazel tntolligencer wjlKbov mailQtUoif Green Walnut Grove Gampton Ezol and Kay town Tho opening tional IntolligehceTablihTnCo V of such a territory could not fail WashingtoUj D Ci x to be of great benefit to Lexington ft Ho thought Lexington could well For a limited period tho Taily subscribe a considerable sum of National Intelligencer wilTo money toward tho enterprise mailed to any address for X for Mr JD Livington then showod one yoar Daily National IiifallK V a map with the three surveys on gencor Publishing Co Washing- it He explained tho throe differÂ¬ ton D G n ent routes and told about the Tho Washington news aiid mar Â¬ country through which they ran Mr Livingston then addressed tho ket reports in tho Daily Rational meeting and pointed out the many IntolligoncOYaro worth three timaB advantages of the Mill Oreek tho cost of the paper OnV dollar 7 route for one year NationaLlntelligen Mr Hoi Ion next spoko and ho cer Publishing Co Washington said he thought Lexinging should D C subscribe JJ25000 to tlio now rorid T T Day ot this place on In view of the fact that all tho Tuesday nfOrningi discovered on business of that section would be his liiclc Draiioh farm a fine veinr thrown to Lexingtou ho tlid not of cannol cOUl which will provo think it an unusual request Sev Â¬ auother incpnCivo to tho building eral Lexington gentlemen asked of tlieMillCreokfand Canoy rail- Â¬ Mr Hollon questions about the road LeV the good work go on Mill Creek route Ho said he untiteyory vein of coal or valuable citizens of Wolfe county were very mineralof whatever kind in thoso anxious to have tho road built mountains shall have been brought with fow exceptions tarWiK Then we can force rail Â¬ Continuing ho flaid all Jhe roads to jcbme to us without solici right of wav had been secured- tationT oxcept about three miles and a half Eighty four thousand ties Satisfaction is a mild word for wore needed and thoy could be thojlnontal state of that man who Tjio remaining right of hasbanishod allsick headaches by secured THE MILL CREEK ROADi W u - - - P -- -- Jyt - Way could b0 securod for aboutf a single course of S wl KSSr wi uuj rJ Ll7auy SJStW v III m ir - Road the tetini0nial8iniblishod Lexington EveryvUero Wo Go JifiV Ciirry asked tho gontlomen in behalf of Hondj Sarsaprilln Wo find someone who has been all from roliablgratoful people tciBtato with tho proposition all cured by Hoods Sarsaparilla and tlio facts in connection with route efeiimato tho cost of tho remaining nnnnlo on all hands aro nraisinu right of way and tho terms for the this great medicine for what it has Llflhtnlnfl Hot Drops Lexington subscription VyiiaiQFumiiYNamol Tho gontlomen said thoy would Takon in tiino Hoodfl Sarraap Veryfruoibut It Kills All Pain 7 bykdftpirig do so at once Tho proposition prevents serious illness Sold Everywhere Evciry Day pure and all th6 4rgn8 m Lexington and tho blood C Without Rullef There Is No Pav will bo forwarod to in a a special mooting of the Chamber rtvtmt hqalthy condition It HQ4fI trft imiMfim Â¬ of Commerce will bo called to dis proposition I will be in Hazel Green on tho cuss thoLexington gentlemen aro Hoods Pills become thti fayqsj Â¬ The ftftihavfift wif h nvorv ono whocrHtei 10th inst and every man and wo with the thoui 25porbo who owob mo must come in very favorabh--impresery man Forboaranco in this proposition of tho now road It ig and pay certain that Lexington would reap Robt MMfn of yincheBttFv w im matter cannot bo continued grout uimen irom wo pr OPosedutoa short yWI 1 Conn iti MOM d tion ShouUt fie afcflonsfc 20000 Mr Hollon spoko akuIengthv of the great forests anjl coal lands in Wol fo a nd ad joiningcounties jSir1 vOurfy then suggostodthat the committee when thoy return toiWfilte cotinty draw up a written request for a subscription from dose 1500 Lexingtons subscription Ramons Tonic Liver Pills Instead of sallow cheeks and dull eyes ho has now rosy cheeks 6hd bright eyes and in place of a sour stomach he has a healthy activo appetite and good Havo you novor tried digestion Your drug Â¬ this famous remedy gist keeps it Got a freo sample h VV fl 51P - TnilyvJWH tC y L i0 t a M Vi J V M p-i-ir- gWVipy irrLrIliiiuiiifrJiiifA MiM fUi riy kW3 yWWmAWmmfMM rM v ofi r k tf0 iAj V 1 v n V v ik yrSXrviwW Rl S1 J iw j 1 iwciaf vjmv iiwaLURuac lu r i hj jt ouv Fiyvry llM r iiwft W tr BTV F to tno at - fr inuitMtkv wwok an may Unitod States to writo can cure tno worse case Loheo I in a short time was once tno most invoterate stutterer in tho land I know tho trouble you havo and wiioovor gots nwui vupuiiMvnio can relieve you of it I rotor all H stutterers to Dr W1 bantora tflgivp it G G Buford Memphis and si Thoro nrQno tollgates on the Tonn I havo a fino snnitariUnr higliivay of holiness whero I treat nation tsi6rscifttor- WJioovor knows God is a mngnofc iiig and all norvbus troublosi I for him board all aiiy pationls cheaply vV4 God is always closo to those who when you vrite sent stanip for curb bymail it dsired reply ieea his hoip i V l - - -r ulii uu - 4Ii IT TICKLES YOU THE W37ANT RELIEF TOU SET FROM Sfccr N II AVITIIERSPOpN IU to M PrcHldtnt WlNOIIESTEIt Xy J svlajKPr tr LIGHTNING HOT DROPS CURES Coic Cramps Dlsjrthcea Flux Cholera Wruises Scratches 13ltc Paid up Capital JU1JXUB of IIUi Fcuu J S200QOOtjfi iPUUVJUU4UU H EALS Cuts Burni j VM Kjt -- F Ct W KAtfDOLWI nlnn iuuin o iiv numj iiSi H1t jienn tty ers that God can answor Tho man who chases bubbles Dont Tobacco Spit or Suidko Your Mo novor has any time to rost dOiiHuSiQ0S9CsnoreQO3C3ScioEoioaafciosooL7OQonoQOBOE0n u 7A y is what tho heart says g pSAO HA4 The truthful startlinc title of a ZTci sodt in ixtforlor to packaga aoefc wlion tho lips cannot speak tho only bb6kaboif Ho is tho greatest man whOxddps harmless guarantood tobacco habit TT XXnilf liUUrtUUMU9 1 l ll r- - I Croup Sore Throat etc I Ji SMELLS GOOD TASTES GOOD DOES GOOD EVEHYTIME No Relief Ho Pay fit20o Sold EvermherwAoatidni woand BOc Per Dottle tlui i coach m ISo bottle ndona hilt lUaei SPRINQPIELD 0 HEim MBDICINB CO BREAKS UPd Colds U Orlppe InHuenra This Hank soliolts tho nccouiilsf chants farmers traders and buiJiicl genera y throughout Eastern Kcnlu Uml oilers its oustomcrs every fitell J lh the most liberal terms wlthlr lcLdtlmato banking lM0iJ 1 - way Giiy Capital FLOYD DAY President fl ftJ VU6lt wm IT J j sal 860jXa i CLAY CITY KY J p cex Cashier- - No-to-bt- to TV ii BV I Braces up nico tinized nerves eliminates nicotine poison vialces weak men gain strength weight and vigor Posi Â¬ tive euro or money refunded Sold by all druggists Book at drug- Â¬ good mangqtsonhisknees gists or mailed freo Address the God aljvasciiiaicQS the tptid in Sterling Eemody Co Chioago of- Â¬ which liqvwdnta his pilgrint to fice 45 Randolph street New York lp Spruce street travol- jIoralitys duly thq pGlish on tho candlestick -- It 4ip rii tho WHEN YOU WANT A WATCH aight fV yy Thejtmoro an oncmy1 hiatds us tho mor our kindness will hurt Or anything in the himJewelry line let me Goiini thafc day lost on which know it I will fur- Â¬ you havo hot lofcyour light shine nish you goods worfh Christ-themonbjr and YOU for it J VXZfSpn w if III will have guarantee HoWvitjinusfe pitzzli the angels at home whore you to S90a proaciior looking for an use No-to-b- ao - f most for his tQllowmon Tho man who is rulatl by his feelings cannot wal straight The most respectable sinhors aretno most clnngorous onesv The devil sjiandr drops whOi a 63 a o w w Ki No Bank in Eastern Kentucky hns Ihm1 vaults nor hotter facilities for keeplLvp account Managed entirely ly hoiiio who know you nnd who are alwnvs rendb w c o l- uip AiiS I I rt Imitation trclo tftrkr nnd labels w is the whole story Jlnnilf ttxlfy vStt BteMMgtfSy Jw S O accommodnto you Sr Money to loan on reasonable rti Call on us J 9 GlarR Comity f ational BaM MAIN STREET I o O O M Rl WINCHESTER KY KJ JOHN W BEAN President B - - 9 H CI PrtftlflrOC Maac only by CHURCH Costs no more than other package soda flour universally acknowledged purest CO never spoils m in tbc world m B9 F CURTIS CaikU I Capital m O grocers cvcrywncrc Wrlto for Arm and Hammer JJook of valuable Recipes FREE New YorK Sold by Ill Surplus 5100000 200000 Undivided Profits 35000 - - r taBQBOaon9BfflSOaGESEE0aOHE3OaOi2OBOEGEOBHQEOa O Orcnnlzed 18C5 beine the oldnst lnnt the county Collections made on all ndWl i rzjrvsirvrstyrwwv AAOAAAAA4MVAAAA 6AAA44 A4 fVnriAAft C-- 6 iil iltit iii Traders Deposit Bank MT STERLING KY 200000 to figlihard to hold his qwnanyvhqrd heariiiSray - easyplacy - can use it The- doyiLJias irigniothor I coop WiTcr nJtJh Respectfully DONT1 im WgabgiCtffrDgujJM iy- - Keep in touch with Ohtlst and ho willhelp you to touch others for their ood THE JEWELER STOP Tlioinillenniiim would bo here now if wo all lived up to what we demandfrom others v Godis disapiiointed if wo are not doing any tliihgforhim except niakingra iioTse rzr HI J J W EZEL Morgan County Ky J TOBACCO Office TO STOP SUD DENLY and dont bo imposed upon bv buvincr a remedy thnt requires you to do so as it is nothing more than a substitute In tho sudden stoppage of tobrcco you must have some stimu- Â¬ lant nnd in most all cases tho eflect of tho stimulant bo it opium mor phine or other opiates leaves a far worse habit Ask your contracted ITS INJURIOUS CAiiTAL SuRiii8 v 3O0j J M GL BIGSTAFF President KIRKPATRICK ree Pmiilett v I ihumso cashier itf in church Wo jiiay notalLlJe ahlo to do great things but wocan ali be faithfnrinlitleonos Poof i 1 havo to stop using tobneco with BACO GURO It WL notify Your system YOU WHEN to stop and your desiro for tobacco will cease will be as freo from nicotine as tho day before you took your first chew B or smoke An iron clad written guarantee to absolutely cure the tobacco habit in all its forms or monov refunded Price 100 per box or 8 boxes 80 davs treatment and guaranteed cure 250 For saio by all druggists or will bo sent by mail upon receipt of price SEND SIX TWO CENT STAMPS FOR SAMPLE BOX Booklets and proofs free JJuvolcx Chemical Mfg Co La Crosso Wis of THE PIONEER PPESS COMPANY druggist about BACO CURO It s purely vegetable You do not We respectfully solicit the business oTta J chants farmers traders and business iiiuS generally throughout Iuistem Kentucky general banking business done Give i chance to send you a bank book imyyocrj checks and loan vou money when in jieeij W w Thompson Ciiehfcr pOMI3S IIOUtfE CAMPTON PROPRiETORf KYj J B HOLLON Tho rmtronaco of the trnveline nullick respectfully solicited Table tho besiMil every attention to the comfort of guests SJ CT- JAMES HOTEL - iv rr Vv f- r WHatqvsrrtliQ Ghristiau does will bo religious wolrkj if ho does it as Christ would havo him do it The f act that tho deyil is against a man that he is ougltto onTjlitf JjOrds side ho good evidence v M t Vts- - When a man gets religion right tho first toKind it out will do those who live udaresbto him Skeptics may try to tear to Bi Â¬ ble to piecosbuVpyoryvOonsistpnt Christian life proves it to ha true It is becausetli6ddvil can make himsolf look like analigoTrof light that the battle against him Jiojj lasted so long Tho man who fisrit religious enough to do right whom ho isnt watohed isnt religious whon ho is watched Tlie world is in the dark about Goil and the first biisinQSSof every Christian should bo1 to h6lp seVic - means so much more than you imagine serious and latal diseases result from r n t c e rrl e r tr rl tr f l n tY a m VW n VgiVVd Don t play with Nature s greatest gift health 1 EUltEKA ClIKMICAL AND WfO CO LA CllOSSE WlS Dear Sirs I have been n tobneco fiend for many years and during the past two years have smoked fifteen to twenty cigars regularly every day My wliolo nervous system became afiected until my physician told me I must give up the use of tobacco for tho time being at least I tried the so called Keeley Cure and various other remedies but without success until I accidentally learned of your Unco Cnro Three weeks ago today 1 commenced using your preparation nnd today I consider myself completely cured I nm in perfect health and tno horrible craving for tobacco which every inveterate smoker fully appreciates has completely loft me I consider your Bnco Curo simply U W llonxiCK Yours very truly t wonuertul and can iully recommend it No-To-B- St Paul Min CW September IIoiwick Sunt 7 LgJ 1894 Fourth Street near Maii CINCINNATI SONS f GKO WKBEUS Innngcr MorpJ SSuThe patronage of Wolfe and counties solicited Â¬ QLARENDON HOTEL KY l Â¬ Cnr Short nnd LlmoKtoiu Street This house is onlv two souresfrornlo iiiRton and Eastern K U depot is tm class aud rates reasonable The nalJonsfts of tho mountain people is solicited nmlW uest trentment assured JOS M SKAIN Pronrietor LEXINGTON I Ifyouarcfcellnp G djp C rowns O ron llirowits Iron Du Â¬ sters A few uot jfifn tttih and tiHHit BlnKthcmostrelia- guii auciiKiiiciimj Hiiicuicnicwincni ami cant work ii ocelli aionccinK out of sorts weak and ccncrallv ex haustcd nervous liave no appetite Z5ZiZ2ZZS23ft2v7Z 0 f f H A 4 11 A w CD Ptxrc r STY ISA Wholesome D II Sample 10c JF LOCKHART Hat no superior fjRcj55ESw BssarcE EZEL KY c m liters Dyspepsia Plcuralglat ties cure benefit cotnes from Uie very npii nose ti pleasant to its take jfelrfeSfeEII Allosrro latttmo Ud timo gJll C B m A It Cures Kidney and Liver Tjrpublcs UkiI Rlnn1 J- AbOlutclyjrand wholesome f With ten pennies get a onnvplo It It Is f Hon- - est tri nVs all suf- - fl cicnt tor success Nvlllev- - or fol- - low notsat-ls-fac-tlo- Quaker City UAKUJorownnii Is of nil 7evo found tho best Omit JT2L FLOYD TtYUn r w W Claims aplacoubovo tho rest Ho fnmntmiKi wa f - Of your Grocer an- - y day Omtt n your pennies will re pay P ATTORNEY-AT-LA- A Fnllnro thcrci will never bo Omit right o r K 7f To bo religious should moan tp hd likd Christ and doas ho did- Pno of tho greatest enemies the salmon has is tho mother who teaches her boy tepray Points for Uhrlatiau Business Men Constinatlnn AIaIarIn - jfFgle r iiiiesdtt others aresuh stltutct iOnrecelinof twoacstninniwe wlllcendrjjet of Ten BcdutHui WorJdc S I rair yiowsnn oooK rirec BROWN CHEMiCAC CO- Wpmcna comphJnts CetniK1hi fcmilni It hiif rrrofi rit the wrauperi All DACffMOREMP Neryou5 aUmcntfi Scg gSiS pHnm tddroj Quaker Cilj 31 T Co ThosQWhoxJsoQ T Abstracts of title furnished colkj tions made and prompt returns gunrAutwJ Connected with the law firm of Wood AMI I Mt Sterling Ky in civil practice llichmov1 Ind HOW ART STAMPER JlJL ATTORXBY Afrll CAMPTON KY Will practice in tho courts of Wolfdflndjjl adjoining counties All business cntrns to our caro win receive prompt niieiH J H BwAli T O JOHNSON HazeiGrtei Camnton SWANGO JOHNSON s KiA w- V -- tjiat Christ goes to your place of business with you ovory morning Have weights and measures that Let it DEALER ES bo soeu by your dealings HARDWARE QUEENSWARE TiNWAR ATTOUKEYS-AT-LWill practice in tho Wolfo county A wall - V 0 tiV - P feV Wmff-pBpfesi rf -- ihg throne Milcliolilagons Qwonsbord Wagons i as religious in your buying 7TO v t sw I3TUu want to learn xyjftnei soiling as you drin your vixcMoriiiicit jDiiutors una 4viowqis x lijnghig and praying Steaiu WhiMoy Soiid Steal Binders andMowci rf ssrllepairs kept fp Mtockor ifoOoimclc WJiitploy and liLot Holiness to thoXord boJIT STERLING JvY sontimout going out with ovo- Collars Ciilft Umlorwcnr taTn inclnlS GhamVnon fMacliineiT OrancrcX and IVov May ilakcs tio v v f ft competent V your ciotlilng that you wish to luvvb lnuii I ri itfK lT ty thing you have to sell i Vfii jxyovy una lviaiia xouuiu joiioyeiiows tl rlod in ft superior ninnnor vliont advertise your religion on J W CltAVEN Agdiit Hazel Grocn Ky 5rmi tLtbKMrPJ r cifoulars and billheads but mix it Witlf all your dealings in a way to iOPERATOR customers thatyov f convinco youi VHto havo something that isnt taughi Livery Feed and Sale Stable V TWTKrfinrnKr- TCY at a commercial college HAZEL GREEN KY J8wr do a questionable thing ml Queens ware in order to make money Money o0ut- - Throat Prices CloMdnaBllTfrlTdW - ft fl 3irDoubJe and Single mado in that way costs too xuuoh Rigs unrl Saddle Horses MANTELS AND GEATES - stand tho light of tho burn- - He SHIM W Ms Laiign Artct a Ptiil Lino of Agricultural Implements and abstracts of titlo furnished notica on d HwWWtw IQBi r - v- T1 - f JUwl Crow t Stoves and Ranges on the Market at u Tiio K k Hifc vl mGB0Ft ypfplr m i MPi toipw rBbino men it- Aorusty bnoliklbrsays A wo YlBto Jceops spowtJiat she cIooh would be null if fg3tl will also attend to nil calls for iui would follow her ex tionoyrjuy uml jiollclt bnslnusis of litis kind JUiiMuiiHy It ficv for hire Pflrties convoy cd to nny point on mason nblu tonus M i JOHN if yiEHATT nj Farmers Friend North Maysvllle Street 55Jt Sterling Ky - KB -- tit M Ktt 9- i 1 - - - IIjuA KlrWUiwJ Urawtrt UtUr Cora Xttmtnwt tro Jk8w KW d Wlin7 BUnf feiM ro gJ20 rulu 4tw raftf BirtPrtiyij VfJ Hkllfr ilrt train Vamft i - IMIfM ei4arrt rp cuikW i vrwvftM bu JSiH vw S5JK W rfcV f W J tf n r j uii LhMWI r BEES FORM FRIENDSHIPS t- J O COLONY i a rii STMMMffi A rwpgPf cr K- 3TH1 r X WONJMSttMJL Lb2 jfewJEPriot100 of a 10im naliy Ran Bliop Hljt 4or A r lliFbr Ifc WhoIWIIlingly Yllita Aorwia Mnn In e Ml Anolhor riviB robontly rcturnoil a tfcw Yorlccr who uflcrniorolgn tottrwiya tlmt the city never before lAmnl During le I t of that city lCSllo h0 offlin WYorkio Xorly years i tho arid region Tho site of tho Greeloy colony writes W O Smytho in Century was not well choson or at lca3t it did not in Tho Safest Best and MOST RELIABLE Agency all respects moot tho expectations of thoso who selected It Thoy wero there- Â¬ in Eastern Kentucky Hates Reasonable fore unablo to i caltzo all their plans ThoyJmado somo serious miscalcula- Â¬ For instance thoy estimated ASSETS OVER tions r t tho cost of their canals at twenty thou Â¬ LOSSES f i sand dolhtrs while tho actual cost was moro than twenty times as great Address A HOEEMAN Mt Sterling Ky t culturo was mentioned in tho Fruit prospectus as certain to bo an impor tant industry but tho soil and cllmato proved unsuitable Tho dream of an 7 improved household economy based on Ti a plan for cooperative bakeries and laundries also proved delusive Thero were other disappointments but tho JU fundamental claims of irrigation wero c all vindicated at Greeley na thoy havo AND been whenever and wherever brought twenty years x mfairly to the test man a ll i nf i fjiso in which to get in the A few years of intelligent labor when It came his turn brought a high degree of average pros- Â¬ when the barber shave and perity baied upon substantial foundn 5oxt would resign Ills place to tionj Even the severe panic of tho He will mn in waitingagainst the summer of 180G did not materially dis- Â¬ Xcknpfor his rights there turb these foundations During thoso vSorlJl I BVe hCOn many lcluirrcK trying weeks when mine and smoltcfs nnThVO or three fights between men shut down and banks and store closed there was CHEAP u iitinu to get shaved when their doors water soil and sunshiilo as to whHi one cnine in lirst n crowd continued to do tholr perfect work in one day u iwaaugry myself gettmg lm hen a Groelcj seemed the Union colony booth Mow who had been like an oasis of prosperity in a desert of Insurance may cover actual loss of goods burped Im NAPOLEONS HORSES the i ifl in the rear of seen barber thop doea not pay for timo and trade lost vhilo reestablibliing up Tho iattlo Corponl Wun Aery loml of tha despair The farmers received as the it stepped anitwhoinlhad not reward of the summer3 labor more --jiifX business TREVENT THE FIRE WITH A BTEMPBL Nollo AiilmalB Chair which I was about to take to a than a million dollars in cash for tho me iV In the present revival of interest in single item of potatoes But this is tho and bald ho had come in before SPENCER COOPER Hazel Green Ky agent for Wolfe and iv y Napoleon little attention has been paid chief crop at Greeley after the neces- Â¬ Morgan matter if another man is m Counties erCall and seo tho Littlo Wondor UhQinustcatjhn train or if hi wife to his love for horse- - A study of this sities of life have been provided for -too side of his nature would reveal some inisansioai about iiimheeiiuie he is and the wide reputation and hundsomo for dinner you wont give up your- teresting facts In Egypt Napoleon orlata iinancial returns won for the Greeley WT9 ira Iiff7fm r Ji l v 3 mT- m r acdered the capture of every horse ridden potato illustrate the wisdom of a sur- Â¬ turn in the barbers chair on his o Tlicro is one of his rights a by the Mamelukes where capture was plus crop of the highest quality ccrant man will stand up tor ana you can seu possible Nearly every horse taken was Greeleys civic institutions nro like CINCINNATI O 165 167 Hnttnnlinrbers shipped to France as many of them her potatoes They represent tho best Xf Tho leading house for FANCY DRY GOODS FURNISHING t IWlimil went abroad I found the were of the Arab t pe One of the standard available and nro the pride of Alwarys havo Big Drives Spooinl alteniipn- England and France In ships on which some of the captured the people To sell any kind of intoxi- GOODS and NOTIONS same thing in London once I asked a barber if he horses were shipped was wrecked in atcating liquor within the boundaries of to Mail Orders could not put me ahead and he tempting to escape from a English frigf the U nion colony invalidates the title to answered sharply that he would not ate Another ship on which Juuot the soil Thi is one of the original plans is oniy 1 a yenr nnd it is acknowledged to tie the best local The sailed was captur d nnd Junot was that worked well and the bcIiooIn Kentucky do it for the bank of England HERALD paper published in it will containSuhseHue mow and bocuret all the good things this year- hen Napoleon heard churches libraries and lyceuins are all 1arisians nro polite everywhere ex made a prisoner shop when their the news lie expressed more regret for in keeping with this high utandaid of barbers i ceptn the Vthrn comes and you would have to the loss of the horses than lie did for public morals A careful study of the flKht a duel if you asked one of them that of his favorite secretary after development of Greeley alike in its u- to Iqt you get shaven oeiore mm wnrd marshal of France social and industrial aspects would causo your soup was growing com The horses thnt arrived safely on throw much moro light upon the prob- Â¬ i It was in my programme after see-f- - French soil have left their mark on the lems of arid Ameiica but this cannot 6S1 M a horses of France and this country bo entered upon now ingfrio French and English to take s Solicits orders from merchants for triuthrouirhthe hurmanos oi oeoiianu Their descendants can be seen every jl saw plenty of historic spots as i mide day on the streets of New York They 100 iUinv vrav far up on the Grampian hills S100 Reward have driven the Clydesdales aud Eng lwhera tho frugal swains fjed tuir lish shire horses out of the Ameri- Â¬ The renders of thi3 paper will bo pleas -c floks fand further yet where the -- B can markets and the smoothly turned ed to learn that there is nt least one pcnuOniireast tlie waves out i wuum trappy rapid walking active Normans drcnded disease that scienec hus been SI giro them all away for an experience I and lcrcherons are the result of the able to eure in all its stages and that is fiwmifiMijirwmii iiHfmwrtui had when I cached an ancient town capture of the horses of the Mamelukes catarrh Halls Catarrh Cure is tho only h jt j- beyond the Grampians one Saturday by Napoleon in Egypt Their blood positive cure known to the medieal fra BROTHERS afternoon At the inn 1 asked for a lines were so strong that the grays pre- Â¬ tcrnity Catarrh being a constitutional Kirhoi- - s T wnntnil tn cro to church tho dominate and it is a common occur disease requires a constitutional treatlEiinextdav and must be shaved When rence U sec nurses iuui vn imi uyviu ment Halls Catarrh Cure is taken in- Â¬ 6 l got to tho barbers place ins oniy of one thousand pounds with tho clear ternally acting directly upon tho blood cut head wide throttle sharp pointed and mucous surfaces of the system J chair was tilled and four or five cusKY MT a ear and beautiful mild eye of tho Arab thcroby destroying tho foundation of the torocrs were waiting their turn in mwiwiwtii P few momenta the chair was emptied difcuaso and giving tho patient strength type nnl T nnnn1 nnn rt tln rtlOll by building up tho constitution and as TOO MANY GIRLS mm mmmm would spring into it Not a man ino sisting nature in doing its wori moved Tho barber looked at me What They Do In China When Such la proprietors havo so much faith in its V Vara SolJTo Consamcr For S3 Ycnra 24 powers that they oflbr One Hundred tho Cano I smiled and told mo ho was ready for eavhw tnem the dealers projUt Woaro tho Olilcot aim mrcrt waMiiaoiurcra jn America liMllnir work tho Chinaman Dollars for any case that it fails to cure me I said to him in alow voice that As maid-of-a- ll Kc nay ft eight Tin way cnipBuiijeciionpprovni both toavi If not BatiBfactory tmnir war screral others had been there before lias won a fair reputation but he is un- Â¬ Send for list of testimonials ranted why pay an AccuttiO to 50 to order for F J Chenhy Co me T dinna mind that Address vnul wntn vmir own orrtor Doxlnff frin Wo he replied doubtedly wrong on the woman ques- Â¬ iuka all tbo list of dtuuego In shlpplnj Toledo Ohio I VouVea stranger up here maybe an tion A correspondent of Frank Les- Â¬ No 130 Road Wagon WHOLESALE PRICES American and the stranger always lies Monthly tells of her Chinese servauarsntcoa Sprins WononB S30toS45 SJpStJsil AsOqotl cornea first wius rrfl eama nn soil for tea to S7S 11 stylovof I glanced at the ants peculiar conduct when twin girls IX t a Rnnrl Ko l Farm Harnops Wngono Suireyo with lenjr fondftrs60Srift ft other men as if toapoloirizo or to se- - wero born to tho household caoeagBOllfortitttoeiOO Top Btinrnloaualotv curo their assent 5vfJ Ayo said one of Sue Kung had been with us three MS33 PhaotorQttsiowassOS Miera the utrancrer must always bo years when twin daughters blessed SwaSSiwS SH HARWESS riSitilnt here wo can wait I took tho our homo Ho came in to look at thorn Rescued with a strong Arm Odttylos Blnclo Double nnd Farm TUdlnp Baddlos chair with thanks nnd tho prico of a and laid a now eoin on their pillows f Iirloloa und Ily Notiv Bond 4 coata In otaiaps to tiuvitostsco 112 lmiro cataloeilnl and willing Heart saavo wns two pence and some tiny cup3 under tho crib and ulli I boys W B PRATT Secretary Elkhart Imf Tho Boycn wonders of tho world all then asked No 41t Wagon 40 Him girls or sho Wra Farquay merchant St ovens Station Midi f Vour Kidney and put together and With tho addition of We said two girls faco was a Tnu writes Ur Conner His iOfl eurod u man hero with Cleopatras rfccdlo in tho Central park nnrt wildlv waving his hands JlasUticuo Ouro has disease whom the best KidnoY and Waudor SMITH TDO BT D MOORE AK01 p would not have impressed mo as deeply with tho gesture of wringing tho nook tihVBlcmusluul given mi to lie Up ig now ui WITH won ami sound Your medicines gtvoroat rJ trz I was impressed hy this romantio in of a fowl ho said satisfaction cident nevof before paralleled in my CO BEN YILLIAMSON Too much girlio ling hlms nock In More Benefit From one Bottle Too much girlio cost too havo traveled from Jios- - China V Ifc Ferlenc0 yrUont V fl Wogant Santa Cruzo Col muohco alloo tlmo want nico clothes I received moro boncflt from pndjrattlo of d Orleans yithout over hearing of Too much boys good causo thoy makoo vour Kidney nd WackacboCurotlian uny Successors to Carter Bros t Co umil7 0T tin Irinn ihlnu I have round muohco monoy in tho banks sH I d linf nnnnnon tlof tnnnir Ainor- Importers and Jobbers of When ho eawo in tho next morning Sole ngdnoy forSoulli Ilond Plows DR you bolly vory Mo llkco Possess sStillclenii brain power to ho said any 4tffN iuvq in the moral truth of this Inci- - much but mo no like to stay inallco Kidney and Baekaciie Oure rrUAULES JHL yet for all that it is truo as tho placo whorohlm gottco two girlies WITH AND IVlOTEOWiS DID IT Km juuaoi mo jiigmnnuBoi ocov samotimo and irtnf LOUISVILLE HY Ho jnado us numerous A Great Renal Depumnt EEEDJ Co Patronngo of tho mountain morchauV l presohts such as beautifully ombrokb II I Slhn T n highly ab Cures all diseases of the kidneys oladder most respectfully gnliti teiL out WHOLESALE iu d vaiuo acic to jnow x one 11 crcd mantel draperio and some pret- Â¬ urinary passages Female Weaknesses hundkerchiofa nnd not think t1 wia any thiug orcd silk jnchildrcn Dropsy Heart for wus or RonBitionil about it E Goods ty china trinkets and ornaments our Heel Wetting Rheumatism Skin and Blood Disease thorn too much girlies and loft BrighUs Dis veiled Limbs PORTSMOUTH 0 Diseases fihft ICiintir ffifttu m ense Impotencyetc t a toachors association Jn Newark employ r Sample irce FO tinliiid Ui Satisfaction guaianteed If Qtaerdavai1njurtf irfn11 rOHi1rmi w Lawyers ar0 JjQfcUQre t rca than other Dr Konnorn PeHot3 cuo Blclc Hoadiichos tfving an exorcise in phemiog tho o ibtlDatlon etc Tho 1twt Family lhyslc Slips SfOm jCarWhoiiiu MtStorHDyWa 3Sr Wnclier had riitttivnr1 lftrrpf ill nubile Bpttalcor TVTm A Viv Fcnnor8 Oormaii Eyo Salvo cures l descriPtios 8Q you need anytliing of thu kind fflVn Rnr rVOA CrilClCOd IiIlSlMI08tilCltl Eruptions to a W call on WO01 ol tonZJrwo1 desoribQ nP brooic vineiitiaia vfc Dr Fonnoro upugn Honey br vo nnllnvoa any coupji tmthiiut otr In an liour a tf Vh t i ItaOia Jmt doinamlB vu uu uirougn nm Mmlrf that of iltrbr totuor Afow Dr Fonnera Ooldon Rollof A bjjocHIc OATAToriU15S f ffiibronu tStl1vnfhllwtly on thogronrtd 1y hitov an KngUsk dg after a In any JnllamuiatTon Hollovcs ourns tooth Â¬ YlfTTKUirKAttS 4 An3tliiBtlitcrnu Vo proprielor of tlio ottnn xip wnn tnie fc t on at inU und lttl nolso sho asked For rheumatism or any paJnJn KM VULOXJfiS ItoajnliiutA Oui eacolie yBppiwladyon nulol BARBER conump ones -reim a w littlehniwl wqro vniend 1found Mio prison w1i tholr tarynnd w also fcrooch tla n Uttln THE HERALD OFFICE T wns TT tlon Ono dosocurw IiaurJppo Mii 8n MvlUo lUilCUa Ul uinuvHvM what is tho answor 0 Sou A Cliennutto 1 sale by John M 11ob0 and Mrs Low Areeu 1 MAKBI OltKEr KY to nay tmt thoy had gone to DayorHazel Green Ky moon lwtlonctl i UOOt Willi xnwir ucuc u lipcd out tho littlo ono kindness than would All a 1 have icnown ot u bkuhuuk ijiv i Lnev the needy and of a pas- i0glSm olevatcd car reslrninr his vrtinau ami oi iv a -ficaiww-Christian symptoms and of handing his lighted cigar io n Htrimiror who jrhtCHU inmost of a- human being Hirht and i had a match when anybody i Jn nnd of a woman who would of another without to beauty an entertainer who of and for his Puest a bettor piece of steak than he kept for him PJV and even of n curmudgeon who unon occasion give proof that Sri fi ns a streak of virtue in him All things one can safely expect at It times in the world - um n rii5tnmor llttt tnoug n shops in Bi barbers 1 BV 1 witcXof scon moro nets of courtesy Happy People nnd a IIlRh Stfttilftrd of Public Morals Tho Grcoloy colony was composed of man in goltfodwed glasses behind tho Â¬ dairy counter as ho handed down a tho best elements of eastern citizenship and tho first and most important honeycomb for tho inspection of an idlo customer according to the Now York lesson it teaches is thatf pcoplo of this n call aa IjUu Yhcn 1 was on tho farm ho class nrjresponBlvo to such Mr Meeker put forth Ho did not ap- Â¬ continued I could go all about tho hives and not gel btung atid nono of peal to the1 Instinct of speculation lie for new tho others dared go near tho bees Wd pleaded Ideals institutions nnd aimed and ho found that men nl high used tb Imvo an old farmer como around of cultttro and of nic7aiisvororoadVtQ and tend to tho owarms but ono day cooperato heartily in ouch an Under whouOC was a boy working in tho flolfla taking This lact lends encourage Â¬ I heard a great humming nolso up In ment to those vho are hoping ior great tno air and saw a swarm a cohilng thlugstp como from tho development of Well picked A Kxprlnr THE QREEUEY of a Voutitr Mnn to Whom Tliey Took ft taking UI always Joyed bees said the young J Tin 1TT1 Merchandise AAiww General Dealer WhAST Mwjm Mrn Largest Stock MttMtt4MM W I ft MY 35 Vv TV v Vf Vi i A on a Cash Basis t ti Lowest Prices ftKW M vA r u HOFFMANS FIRE LIFE ACCIDENT vlp7t PAID rt J J rier Vi C wcvs fou 3ut S A - - nv -- 1 C K Ti I up n tin pan that was thero and hammered on it till the bees sottled on tho end of a fence rail Then 1 thought I could tend to tho swarm as well as the old farmor bo I got an old hive washed It out with honey and wa ter rubbed my hands aud arms with burdoclc juice and honey wator nnd went at the bees I got them off that rail by tho handful nnd they never stung me After that I regularly tended to tho bees Whenever thero was a swarm I rolled up my sleeves took oil my shoes and hat and went at them I havo taken them from nil sorts of places but I was nover stung only onco Theyd light on my head by tho dozen and crawl through my hair That used to send cold chills down by back Some Â¬ times my arms wero so covered with bees tliat irom wrist to elbow you couldnt see the flesh The one timo when I was stung I had found a swarm on a high limb and was ae wing it off and at tho same time holding on to it that it should not fall to the ground with the bees In doing this 1 squeezed one of the bees and It flew straight at my temple nnd stung me just above tho eye Since I left the farm the folks have given up the bee business Theres no doubt about it bees like some folks and hate others and 1 dont know any rea- Â¬ son for the difference 26000000 27500000 V SAV I Ml i ni mrsc HfUH i jj YOUR HOUSEi mwmm SIMPLE RELIABLE HANDY ffl m 8J--- U F 8r Â¬ 1 Â¬ f mm THE Race Street pmwa hsiddiou m mmmn vhul J Sk I I Art mT - Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ I r iiiili mrnmi 8 -- miC mi mmKY W Main Street LOUISVILLE 111 TRIMBLE Â¬ h-h- - r Tinware Stoves Ranges Stove pipe Elbows Mantels Grates Holloware Cutler Send for complete catalogue and price list Â¬ WHCimgBAlaH m STEBLING ISS3 s ifi3 m 1 S i -- Â¬ W Jt Given op to Die vu urg tfu J m v it if Hardale OutlerycJ ft FENNERS pt BUY SB M PEEBLBS 3 Dry Notions or jej oMwirui 9 C v lIn aU k a - 1 llu1 S1 i HfrLEE FISHgR- - ml WMr Ufi V lli 7JhnA wir SHOPH cy ft i - A II wsv Mmim i tofigwpac it mtmmmrJj mi wnM i M t 11 rM ul LW17 J UI- tj I VM a nnr t MnMWIiTTMHi IFTi 5899BR 9 Wilt WWHrS - -- J i IV r - 0 H y A JPQUtCAT AKB A JEALOti I0YKR HifigQftaKCSMSQS 72 1M w r Ai M Li iRdr Mtuawton d tliVchie ouri- V ijrin L lai if ol of tho Nebraska beot sugar fl SMltir people Tho argument aro likely to be interesting from a legal n hi iai standpoint whatever the decision may bb The first examination of appli- Â¬ cants for appointment as composi tors in the government printing office sincovtho employees of that establish men t woro placed undor civil service rules is now boing hold Thoro nrojuoro than two Inmdrod applicants and it will CRIMEN KY MAZfcll to com- Â¬ August 8 1855 tako tho tost of tho weekthorn nil THURSDAY examination of plete the - urngnu- - i win TI10800 who got tho roquired J po WMJ DEKOCRATIO STATE TICKET o contago jvill p plqcod on tho eligible list and appointed when Ir99JDk BMfoWkJMJtikJF k -i mti r Tv TTtvi TvTrr i y i wtl Th Femar GitECNur Throwji Isto tkn Midst of a Dancb -i- - Ivy f For Governor 1 WAT IJAUDIN of Mercer For Meiiiciinnl Governor 11 j T TtfliKR of Fulton ri - 11 Sv WAI aH 3 T ut w 0V 5 4 F 1 i Wi V j if m m fev p i overburdened with admiration for thd wisdom displayed by tho ques Â¬ OF tions asked Ono of thorn who For Auditor has hod wide experience both in C NOKMAN of Boone newspaper and job ofiicoSj and who For Itogistcrof HiQllnm0fliccj is credited by all who know him tQ J J SWANOO ofojfc j tjjjjo t afirst alass all around prin Â¬ Gcifcfiji For Attorney ter being equally at home when i J IIKKDUICIC of Fleming sDttitlg typo making up or read Â¬ down ing proof was nskecV what he Daniols lost no time in gotting For geerctuiy of State thought of tho questions asked at outsido to see the author of tho HAfcty of Graves HEX HY the examination Ho replied unpleasantness and seeing Spen- Â¬ ForSnpt of Pubjfc Instrucyoh Some of thorn were good calcu- Â¬ cer gotting away started in pur- Â¬ RD LOKTiilVTHOMrSi pf Offelfn lated to show whether a man had suit overtaking him in n few min- Â¬ iflr Oonimissipncr ol Agrlqnlturc 1 tlip Knowledge every irst class utes and brought him back to 40K jj NALL 6olvJHo printer should have but others whoro tho crowd had gathered out- Â¬ were in my opinion absoluto rot sido tho houso Several modes of For thoXcialaflue Olsfc Biatrict dealing with matters having no punishment woro suggested but 30EIH 0 LtIvlK connection with any of tho prac- Â¬ tho ono that met tho heartiest aptical branches of the craft with proval was tho following which s ml which I am acquainted was suggested by Miss Wt t and w nil ii iiini IIS ii When in Lexington do not A businoss man who has just carried out immediately Spencers ill In tho primary hold Saturday from a tV4t through Flor hands were tied securely behind o An 11c nt jEten J 0 Xykins of this returned fail to July 27 v vtlll Thoro is intense in- Â¬ his back and the skunk fastened ihi says countyj vasiiQminited nstbo Bom terest in fflqrida over tho Cuban to his breast in such a manner as ooratic cnnditliite xoiw this 91st revolution and every scrap of to mako it impossible to escape JoglUativfidtnct ovoi Uobfiit G news from the sont of war is eager- Â¬ tho foul odor arising from it The Louis Bus Strauss was then told to ly sought for and read with a RosgjiIsIJIi county by 101 Everybody down there avidity Â¬ fellowdistant followed go homo a by several mile majority t SinW tfto primnxy Mr thizes with tho Cubans sympa- to see that he did not got tho ani- Â¬ and if it Main St H Opposite Phoenix Hotel Lykifift jmaid thafcliis proforonco wore not for Undo Sams intorfer mal looso Tho proceeding broke for thUB senate is Simon Boli enco I believe that 10000 yourig up the dance and alo won tho Lexington Ky ver Bucknox but tho following anu cinnug spirits vouia leavo tno young woman for Daniels disptttch from Rchmond tho homo state at a days notice to help the Jonathan Clovo to Green Cubans in their struggle for lib HI Creary indicates that thoro orty of tSJir2IZC2SI2I The state press is making a great is nnfebhar undbratandink How There has boon considerable talk ado about the statement that Uncle ovorNMrlyjns is tho Democratic among tho politicians about a Jonathan Quicksall of Wolfe had noiniiOjVad Tub JJbbald is a statement from an apparently deserted the Populists and returned V J wuissfin i frMMULwuM m iJZr to the Democratic fold I nele wo nto trustworthy sourco that Secretary JemQexai inO SM5Kscet Lamcmt was not in accord with Jonathan realizes that tho distance igarrararncria vffrwrjWHyaapwTaBrTtvvnwo fotf Jiim whntorvefinsTpxGforonce iiiiUiWMmbM President Cleveland as to who between tho two parties is so small that tho transit is eaily made 3ut ImrosffcliS dispatch ought to bo nominated for presi- Â¬ B IuforjatrwwacoiVrM Hpro todny dent by tho Democrats Accord- Â¬ Uncle Jonathan is quite a good old h Br IS Cis Sf mm Jr in tho fjVonlinitftu in Wolfo ing to this story President Clovo man and wants to help his neigh- Â¬ m M m fiiinouuciu MfiHH mrfflHHaa sind Morgan 6oimfig of tho Mpn Joseph laml wishes tho Democratic con- Â¬ bor Green Swango becauso Green Lypns Dtfinocrnti h cntiuiuattJ for rep vention to givo him a chance to do liolpedhim in his race for the con- Â¬ m ylins is fbr tho Georgo Washington third term stitutional convention Wo sup- Â¬ rescntntivoqver IVqq J eoud moittyutid IcOrehfyl Tho Dom doclination act by nominating pose that Green was ns much of a TIT 1 Y ocrniic smajbrfty in thq dlblilct la about him by acclamation and after ho Populist while he was helping f 1 has doclinod tho unexpoctoi Jonathan as Jonathan is Democrat 000 11 III 110 lldulh honor otc ho wishes the conven- Â¬ while he is helping Green Tun BailenyhfftLyldna yi tion to nominate Socretary Carlisle MAJESTIC Tho last part df tho program is MINISTERS OF THE GOSPEL eo lSoitl Jqforo bo goss to tho wnoro secretary Lamont gets in Coaijleffl iji ThoyaTO pftV IUjll his kick legislature ENDORSi r niin isTaiiljpi Ho doesnt object to UiblladjSKoflojvji giving Mr Cleveland u chiince to Sett tocO II only HQC in ignominious clifeit dowhnt only ono president over i iUL hnidn opportunity to do but he LLLU 1 TvIk Koj is mubgritifiedat a doeS ooiftol to mnkiutr Secretary partial result of thplato primary Carlisle tho nominee of his party Rqv John I Hogors Danville Ky kt points out how weak Secretary It n uilrucle ut loast Tho Epd riyr Vallqy Carlislo would bo with tho silver Rov is Z mystery to me almost a Ky Mook Catlettsburp livo years volod noarly nino toono foij hjnr iParmooratg who tiro not ready to 1 jmvo 5ou tho Jilectropoo tor agctit o md Hud it invtiliulblu ft curutivo forgive his desertion of them and pqdtllly is it eflloncious in euses pf leoble women nud dcjlicnte children WASHINGTON iLETTER Oxprossos tho opinion that Rov Robert Barrott Louisville BapWlritnoy would mako a tist Seminary Electropoiso cured alter nil other reme much stronger candidate than Mr trSinmV TT3A3SJCTTfnWilM vnr Oomptroller Bowlor still has tho dies Carlisle In taking- this position Rev failed Bruoo Hustonvillo Ky Coutor of tho stagor his coming WW decision of tho constitutionality Secretary Lamont shows that ho Ktcctronnisc cured opium luiliif possuaws grnuiiuuu wnicp is rare Rov Geo Moans Covington Ky of tho sugar bounty law being tho intoo plenti- Â¬ In 0110 night tho Eloetropolso relieved is superior to all others rinpial topic of conversation in1 ful public lift and notLamont left broiu congestion and vertigo anywhere When oiliaial ciralos Tho Louisiana Washingtpn in 2889 aftor serving AVo could fill this paper with similar re Twenty two of these Ranges cqngrGSsuirinl delogation plnyod clays is poets but think thia ufiioicut sold four yoars as President ihoir lifghost trump when they private secretary o Clevelands vim uvJBSnding for book on theto interest good in auhjeot of yas probably health Ktcctiopoiso rented four months work for these times told Secretary Carlislo that if tho poorer than when ho accoptecflhat for 1000 goes to show and money appropriated by congress the was npt paid by thoir constituents position Itwas then that lfr goods are rep- Â¬ they are omploypdi vLamoitt to that tho state might as woll bo Whitney his street rail way to be And we pro- Â¬ resented inter Â¬ 509 4tU Avenue Louisyillo Ky wiped out of tho Democratic col- - look aftor pose to sell Seventy five Tby ests and it was notl long uofbrq hQ siimn as it would suroly beoomo a was drawing 25000 a year salary 1st 1895 So come Kopublicnn state AVhat offoct if besides boing l6t in on tho ground any- this will have remains to bo khmh an millinery s ore now and lloor to some voiy profitable splcu soon If it be true as has been charged that Comptroller Bowlor lations When Secretary Lamont is only carrying out a proarrangod retires from public lifo ho will New Spring Styles probably jlan to Jioop that monoy in tho connection resume hisv profitableInduce your neighbors to buy one and they with tho Whitnoy intertreasury his docision will be will be happy They are the of GOOS against tho law anyway If on uhlh jul uiingH conBiaorou ic is Hats ant Bonnets JUNO not that Lamont should J tho other hand tho president do ovonsurprisingPresident Coolung becomes a pleasure Magainst Clevelands OF EVERY GRADE AND 3JJIICE siroa this monoyto bo paid it will msueaa 01 lull line in stocK at bo an easy matter for him to find wishes bo in favor of tho nomina- Â¬ Fancy Goodf Flowers ITair fyalds tion of Whitney prices Ribbons the reach of c at prices to suit tho times times a comptroller it Mr Bowler is not convinced by tho arguments made Elder W II Cord principal of MAGGIE GILLUM Ms A COOK BOOK with description who belioves tho sugar bounty to Hnzol Green acadomy who ia this No 31 North Broadway Lexington Ky sent to no constitutional and who will week teaching tho tfowoll county address Kecently removed from 10 N Broadway not hoaitato to approve tho pay institute will arrivo horo Satur Â¬ IF YOUWANT snont of tho money appropiatod day and will hold sorvices at tho hi purposo by congross In Christian church Sunday morning for that H addition to the ontiro congression Â¬ and evening Bro Cord has boon WPRI al delegation tho Louisiana sugar spending his vocation in Mason CALL AT THIS OFFICE inforeta are roproaond by Judge and Owen counties For Treasurer II CFORD of Clnyfc 4 V printing jfHco Judging hoixi their talk tho compVVwhQjiaVO takonf tno examination aro not hop is needed at tho govonimbnt 1 J aud wont hunting About 10 Oclock thoir dogs caught a skunk which they intended to tako homo On thoir way homo thoy were compelled to pass tho houso whoro tho dance was in progross and upon looking in at tho window Spdncer saw Daniels and Miss Wost standing a little closer to Â¬ gether than ho thought they shouidg This further enraged Sponsor sd much so that ho took tho polecat by tho tail and threw it at Daniels His aim was not good and tho ani- Â¬ mal struck Mis3 West squarely in 1 tho face nearly knocking her dance on Brushy fork of Tygart crook Wodnesday night which wos attended by a majority of tho people of that and ad joiiiing neigh- Â¬ borhoods ciuling with asoiisationdl inpidimLOnnrffo DnniolM Jack Siencor were rivals for tho hand of Miss Lotta Woat and Daniols atcomanied her to tho dance a proceeding which so ourngod Spen oer that he did not attend tho dance but secured a companion July 20 A big JSSCZSZSGZv fix vTVT VjrVTTTrriVTpTg ni LULUS i is t STRAUSS THE LEADING CWlI KENTUCKY M Largest Stock west Prices -- est Goods Â¬ mil plf w in in t II k JJG frA6AJA -- iir ffii mmulu ulili pltSGi lliilyKi v 11 t mammmtmramm umuudllUll ill v - n cnTPnofu mjt Our reputation I for handling strictly first class goods is proof Â¬ positive that Â¬ - m - ten Dubois Webb what pretty that January BUY A MAJESTIC BE HAPPt stovjus qruageryi a at within greatest any Hk UEange any NGE JOB I Win o h i MT STERLING KY tn t U 5oV f wVih tta e Vi Mi it hm JL V htm m Sfftt r L MlrtWiWIilllU FIE HEMLD BVm Hi nemo aai Arofca iv 11 rr frk whothor at Unfair of Jnckuon IlKBALbifoiondGarT Tw The rTs MTutt intowglffi jttdgor6ooi0r of Mb Sterling was in tfovU last wok tobnccotoloui3vino jpSlovonson lias shippod ha Flder J T Pieratt pronchod at Tolms h brouglit Vnnsant of Oampton tlio poll books over Tues- - Sevoral horsos aro o expected to into training at the track this is still suffering Ho hopes to bo veok jl1 Pioratt with rheumatism out 30011- - jllggdftinos att Of and A B Pior- Â¬ Ezol aro visiting in town J M thiahveok Vitaev purses and bettor prom- v i I 1 Liiuna i at the fair this year than ever Jjofore lm1 Tho premium thia5 list for tho fair year will soon bo ready for came in Tuesday l I drink tho mineral waters and view tho mountain scenery to Kino visitoro Tho greater portion of I m composed of excitement I thofftir and receive your part life is Attend Get your horsos and mules in There wi 11 l shailO for the fair riimsf for all sizci and classes Dont forget the date of the fair Septembor 25 25 and hid yoar 27aiul come and so tho trots I IiQV ic fined to his room for several days J T Pioratt has been con flfronlover heat in the harvest field understand that several Iforsesaro on tho May track at Sal- h versjyillO Lot the good work go on 3Vtr Lydia Stamper and little s y ow am Hiisat01 rl m wcomo visitors in our miust last t - vw week pi 14 if I llveelc s Valentine Pieratt of Greasv visited the family of her sons Jobii H and Jas T Pieratt last Jifra Lot every man who has an inter- ostein tho better development of l 111 thejt00k of tho mountains boom rthdfrtir L Ir John H Roso who has been 11 i i uu ihq hick i use ior severali woeKs 1 lmsKis now slowly imiroviug Imt i n Ums if f m bheffoy Jamos SMQ has tho thanks of apples for pro Campton UUliWl It lW4 basket Of pink crab serving purposes vvbu Villi IliO J IU1 il IK- - f tnfl lamily ot Jl Piorntl and othor relatives and mends this week EdrCaoil our friend and follow W vTrimS Bel1 Combs of Ife Lcitizen 1 for will please accept the s somo lino boots agi ujtjouuoninums ueiier- - uernble Win Caskey 1 om follow townsman MS m0 1 T Cagkoy is quite feeble and L Tho Chas Andro book keeper for J T Day of this place loft Sunday Claronce 11 Day son of Col L for a ton days visit to his rolativos M Day formorly of Daysboro but and friends in Leo county Virginia now a resident of Beattyvillo is visiting rolativos and frionds in The prospects of tho Hazel Green and around Hazol Green Clarence fair aro very encouraging Tho is a cadet at West Point N Y managers on ticipato a larger crowd and is now enjoying the only fur- Â¬ this year than on any proviouc lough allowed in four years which year occurs at tho end of tho first two People all ovor tho country are years tho time he has already preparing their stock for tho fair spent in learning to bo a bold soldier boy His entire class 08 Do not be taken by surprise but in number aro just now enjoying bo ready for your share of tho the same freedom Clarence says premiums he likes tho life of a cadet very Boys got up your ponies and much though it is something of a mulos Big purses will bo given lazy existence and thinks that by the fair and when ho gets into the army proper win tho race this year got if you you must a move which will beat tho end of two on yourself more years he will like it better lie is looking fine has grown wonMisses Laura Rawlings and Min- Â¬ derfully sinco he lived among us nie Day who have been visiting at and our citizens will be glad to Beattyvillo Jackson and other welcome him to his old home points are at home again They report a fine time The firm of Roso Davis have turned out in the last two or three Circumstances over which wo weeks some of the best road wagons had no control caused us to lose eVer seen in the mountains of tlw issue of the paper last week Kentucky Among tho number but wo sincerely hope the like may we note one for John Henry Camp- never occur again bell and one foi John D Kose jr S S Combs of Campton has and a critical examination of the work will convince any one that made several trips of late to the they aro penny wise and pound Amyx farm near Daysboro where foolish to patronize anybody away he expects to have Mr Broasmark from homo when they can secure off a depot ground Selah tho best workmanship and the John H Pieratt mastor of Miz most superior material right at pah Lodgo No 507 left Monday their own door Monoy spent at home distributed among our for Louihvillu toplacein the Louis- Â¬ own people and every one or nearly ville Widows and Orphans home every one finds benefit from it the children of the late Thomas Send it abroad and not a penny Pelfrey eer finds its way to your own Be wise and patronize puncheon enterprise It is the lifo of homo any community and people who Toll What eschew the idea aro never pros Â¬ perous One night when Mr Isaac Reese was staying with me says M F Hatch a prominent merchant of I Washington Quartermaster Has Dono for Thorn heard him groaning On going to When our baby was thrco weeks old his room I found him suffering ho broko out with sores which tho doctor from cramp colic He was in such of eczema Wo tried called a Bovero agony I feared he would die I everything thatcase could think of but ho wo hastily gave him a dose of Cham- Â¬ failed to get relief Wo consulted soveral berlains Colic Cholera and Diar Â¬ doctors but their medicine was of no avail Ho was soon re- Â¬ Feoing a similar case which had been rhoea Remedy lieved and the first words ho ut- Â¬ Cured by Hoods what was that stuff Sarsaparilla wo determined to try it I tered were I informed him procured somo Of this medioino and it you gave me A fow days ago we were talking proved to bo tho only thing which gavo about his attack and he said ho satisfaction Our child Is now two years was never without that remocy and elht months old and weighs 40 now I have used it in my family pounds Ho is a sprightly lad and is vory for several years I know its fleshy Ho has been completely cured by a worth and do not hesitate to rec HoodB Sarsaparilla This has provedhis case In this vicinity and ammond it to my friends and cus- Â¬ celebrated euro has been a surpriao to all those who tomers For sale by John M Roso it J T Whamjv Hazio Â¬ Â¬ i- - nniiinlnSn self with tho romody which will kogp Min Bjtreiicth aiul nrovon ill noss and euro suchSillsas aro liable to come upon all in evorydaVlifeT a or instance Upodfl Sorsaparilla o fewuiui lomoy ana to Jcoop tho blood pure andless liable to absorb the germs of disease will bo well nigh invaluable Change of drink Â¬ ing water of ton causos serious trouble especially if one has boon used to spring wator in tho country From a fow drops to a toaspoonful pf Hoods Sarsaparilla in a tum blor of wator will prevent tho wator having any injurious effect Hoods Vegetable Pills as a cathartic cause no discomfort no disturbance no loss of sloop but assist tho digestive organs so that satisfactory results aro effected in a natural and regular manner fc pleasuroor uA bllBinnsn wi w -- WliTriW - fWRegulnr Steals xu u iu io o p m J 12 W SHORT STREET LEXINCT0N KY 25 cents ir5Sr iim ik 4J ji jptcss-fe-jssjm-iJj- ptjB MTiSfiwffSriffiig f t v Tf wi tv mumucwbin piih ii i iii m upippiMfp m iv i irnpa Meals to ordor at all hours ouppor trom 0 to v p in Breakfast from 0 to 9 ft m Dinner from M V Vim tiSHi Oysters Lamb Fries Fish and Chicken a Specialty -C GHTS XctrXGAE4 htswlm1km V0 imoiii w iiiwh ifnnnn wiiimi m The many friends of Carl MiKo will xegret to hoar that ho is iunV ill at tho homo of his parents with something like fever Tho track at tho fair grounds is being put in fine condition and thoso m management aro now ready for your horses Now seo that your blood is pure Good health follows the use of Hoods Sarsaparilla which is tho ono groat blood purifier f rA jjm j- Vj I i 1 lAini ki ATi still iff II 11 7 jJPBA0TI0AL I I Im cAJ unurniG If I Bll 36 9 m t W ri Iff iT n imfi - JewiFi8isiiiuia HAZBBvGREEK Diamonds V 3 tilH ICY JP matmtme waiqnos s Pino Jowolry Tl 9- - Vtr J A M jti i 4Mb - m xifonzes JJU1UUJJ5 VA Silverware n T WK sc - ac a sw v JpSTSpecial atlontion toKo JUJ 4vlIlUH VV 2S jCSSrSowing Macliinos repaired at tho lowest figure t 1 uuMummuuuiummMUM si cttcttfcrV 5vy V HAZEL GREEK ACADEMY NORMAL AND 3 PREPARATORY Session of V I895f98 Begins First Monday in September Mhm zm Full Courses Sustained In All Departments Exponsos tho LoWpstv Discipline the Firry Q3ts Instruction Thorough This school hns been before the public for tea years antl H stnnus second to no othor school in Eastern Kentucky u nfiy jiur- - fvjk ticul Enlargements have been made in many vvaya to meet the jnAffS creasing demands of eacli year m Soiul for Catalogue of raitlculitrrt Wm H CORDs Principal Ilazul Greon IvontucJcj tfy t r I 31 -- uiv f e mZ3 sssPST h Lexingioii and Eastern Railway Time Tablo Iu Effect April Mth T MOST IN QUANTlVfe Js P3 a aetk n tiz rm j fk EQTNQUAUTY V ft- - nwiitfjN VNsfe am r nH ft ifl aa WHJTPS 6REAH ft ft J t 1i n tAKSSUi I MVIXOSTON CHAS SCOTT V Has loci uU VORM Kornodibs VP Lien Manager Geu Pass Agont 9EVHRY BOTYLE GUAOANTEED - 1395 xtfr WH iSIa Jfj jSOX WEST BOUND STATIONS No 1 Daily Lexington Avon No C Daily ex saNsteJslErK A vrrir i v jiaMrPSxiKa s JiV AWj jiTtuaajaxe 1 ya ro STronifl LSC j wS Sunday G32 pm 3 15 put 2 00 pm 1 Wiucheste r Fairlie Indian Fields Clay City Dundee 10 30 10 02 0 12 0 27 0 10 51 S 42 am jun am am a hi JflEflSiil3Bl8rtM Impprtew arfdobbers of 0 30 -- Stauton Filson Natural Jlrldge ikattyvillo Junction Three Forks City Athoi LI kutuuu Jaokson k 8 7 7 urum am am pm U 0 pm 10 IS am S 12 S 07 j 0ri Liiw 5lnm nni 1 10 17 nm am 10 07 am 1 23 am OSjiift Iii 8 nv rr DRYlGOOOSjiDlfiOTIOflS m 2Sr0S 37 580 ttticl jail inn LOUJlVILLB mKfiilC - j v JPWwt S4 am 7 10 am n it Main Street KY J MM ily 0 Off ivm BAStf 53QUJD STATIONS I timW A 1 3iIER0HATS ONLY Iiiff 11 u dl -- know about Green Jionuuodtohisbed I Msitirrg to y Turnorwho has boon friends and rolativos in aboupnnzol Green returned her homo atMt Sterling last V61UUIVBUU ostabf Vnj dispatoh was Ull wed hv linn nun J kSS1 JaA tt ful1 ri0ifc of tho i wik i1 UIO livli- crTjin - wJio has boon h will wilt JTi Pffl loft Sttudoy fw I lffiWllath9P lay oc the iirm of Day r ffelrT Koas at Torrbnt - In a Grant Lacy who had engaged to toach the Gillmoro school in this county loft Monday for Gatosvillo Coryoll county Toxas whoro ho has secured a position as book- kooper and salesman with a mer Â¬ cantile firm of that place Mr Lacy taught school in Coryoll county a yoar or so sinco and whilothoro made tho acquaintance of tho gontlomen who compose tho firm Ho is a young man of tho highest integrity and hi friends hereabouts hopo to hear of Jus suc Â¬ cors in tho lono star state Rev T T Pioratt Jias given us HO nr lift meal JllstQlT lit Tf nf tii UJ lA threshing maphin0 gays the first over in thiircounlry was built by oy unoig Madison Cfr005 m r Kentucky Tho record of remarkable cures effected enables us truthfully to say that LiigtonMMMMj A 2 H im Prominently In tho public oyo today Bo Do KIkatnvaVV fr suro to get ttoods andonlylHoodfl Jaoksou tV not bo inducod to buy any othor i Hoods Sarsaparilla Is the Only Triue Blood Purifier J 1 jrjiiuiimrktli jiiiuuittitr m iQ 99 11 b fflVflv Dundee r NaturaWlridgeWrrl KHSWmoS fir Pit innnru 83 41nm OI A 1f 11m i 57 k I - pm 2 00 pm 02 fjnii i 05 pm 70 O 1111 7 1 5 8U pm 3 25 pm 1 12 pm 82 5 f8 pm DO u zz J in 0 OH pm 04 0 SO pm 20 pm U am SWiun liuggy Ureakaml all kinda of Harness 1H lit I1 uiUnm Tho Sew IJniHM Htaplo Cojlivr Ahtnm I145nm I Tli UrcuttiHt TliliiK Out 12 10 pm il4tii Fi2 Ah voJI iih uvryUilntra horHO wofl i inlnni 3 20 plu R p pin MlCni NlhO Daity oav fjuiiiuiyj V 0 7 1 RlfUNLFiY aitStor Kv m HARBISOHATHRIQT TUOKYSPIUN ami 30iW LOUISVILLE KYMm ufaoturers of KJSN 08 aiii au otiib SAiDlKS ni t116 Iu Uri I am cftttiug ready to start after apriiry order Will reach you in plenty of timfn However if yon have any special time to buy write me at Jit Sterling Mytrado is bfp I want it bigger Buy from ine ami Well both be happy Iteapcctfnlly W 3t f NUNLFA to to He MfxniVa IFlllSieasyJneJfeeta5o take S i 1 1 Wos 2 3 and arrive and depart from C Q depot Iioxington 8 and 0 iroru Ft eight ilepbt at Nutherlaud JN09 3 and 1 run Sundays only No 3 going west leaves Torreut at 430 p in and No 4 going east leaven Torrent at 1010 aw lwniiiwirniwwiiwjwwtwwwiigiiwwtwwwiijiMWAiiwiiiiiiiiiwwiiiit II John M Rose jfi itiHif M j H U i a WE Alt ONLY rrip HUSK LION BRAND 5 BO f5 JUDOK AMOS DAVIS 1VKST AVIT1I II HAZEL GUKHN KYj Is the only firm in tho tovn whiclx liMii una mo iikiiy ceiouruieu JLXHISUTY KY Boots and Shoes lrom tho wholesale house of ft Cml0 fiUS tllGir luring no timo or lYinnov in grpuhdhog6foroUmfetime nftr AmiinAvasHhroshod dut by trnnWnW t0 make ittio boaty flails x orrrtr iiipod coutby horses m half ln tTack3 wlionrthtfchaff was fanned away th sitf by a sheet nolrvniirW building an old time MANTTFACTUltKD BY CO 1T KENTUCKY JEANS CLOTHING Bettmaiiy Bloom Co M0FAGTUK WHIN6 O 00 Wost Venrl Street OlNCINNATI The trade of Kentucky morchauU iolo ted and saUKlactlon guaranteed Xk P Tracy PORTSMOUTH Q Mr - - LOUISVILLE KY jpiEvery pair warranted OHIO y5 glvo klm rVhn you Jt call want the BKOT Mrr yjfrwvr im rilT4 ltl RMPti J ir n pfC fM SWi s fit A r ii 3 ifti i ri- j h ril fotffiM5 5t ja v n A Ploneerar HecoKaeiuUtl porterhouses sirtplns and prime ribs OH while other cuts that in aro too high J W p Vonablo iof Dnwnm uni lAu Ill I iho hands of skillful cooks would be onoor oi t ui v3 AjuHYiimea county fnai frh riviifnltfloiililiireturn to America Vd J F i Tho Oaroaas as It la Prspaxd for equally good aro too low vj Tortlfiim JiHtaorte standing says Whenever Inm trnni to find tho broken column the Markot Â¬ it n Woa by th sXl No Uso or 8mp npon the Uwn of tho Vaux resi nnj dence perhaps covered with ivy and A soap dealer who should open Kvenr Ounce of tho AnlraI Oo Out of agency in China ii fcWufa with looking down tho ages rathcr-scorn-nl- ly WWHh would losairioriey In tho HlatiKhtor ilouso a CohunorM- rltv H1 i at the degenerate civiliza- Â¬ r1 T 1 pcJrtMH l Vttk Ilelplra Women clal CotninoiUty -- lront nineteenth century vr isohera nun t ft tion of the Ar j oi tho JJortior Ho was horrified to hear however that J1fln beinjr in need of a Afr Vmix riot In a recent interview with a Nov r l i Jt Itrl us i t was Ohineso forests whcro but a la the norMivrcsst most hideous boldly Into a lawn roller incndul duty invnat YorkAwholcsalera rcprcscntativo of tho day ahim every motherwas tho asked Â¬ by J M Kosu It i day indig Wash fovrfretirJi affo vice v 71 stilling lv Dont Stop Tobacco s V TlXT nant response ho was novdr Washed jparaded Hsolf in the pubHo jrazo anil capacity for a long timoj and is garcung mo ircauncnv oi ocui nmmai possession of the inmlly1 atttpirfst to tho present lurlccd but little since ho was born Tho tohnnnn hnhif in roiiarlug it for tho market On a tmealqd in the neighborhood of jopu- - i SOUpklio TO DEiilfARED n n iint i Such beef as f handle said tho in CLOWN WORTH MIlllONS iuiLii iin iii ma nervous 8yfitemvi Eifr experienced uuarch lous communities dcalor will weigh fiOU pounds that is iously nffeotod inipnirin jfattsto find nhy vestiges of tyo deprav- - Thoy VfouIdHVoJleou iJehendod tJndor twoidea will weigh 400 pounds each In Twenty Yonrfl Jhtmnto lias Acqulrm I S3X - - r- UioJUMinl Custom over eioooooooo fort hoaltli and harm moSa nLii i r4 ivj taar formerly prevailed occasional tTlie stipulation iivthc treaty of peace This is dressed boof all of which is out Paris has a Icing within us wans to- - quit suuuoniy is loo sovprofljiQni i i 11 3 up and sold There is no waste Tho between China mid JtipanU that day one whose infested mi now rulscHthe entire northwest re- - Chinese who - have been eapCured tho fat and bones are sold Such extras as ago throughout subjects do him horn- - to tho system ns tobacco an by tho world a decidedly indignant ii V gioit -- votorato you spo on tho butchers user become asiln vi as for tho against such monstrosities of innoapajiesojanuiouiers wnoisoiu sup brains tongues liver tripestalls monarch is nono other than oni esj oxtails fcttSff pHcstd tho Japanese trpopS in their llarnnto tho king of mines who tho Innt that his systom continually the past P w etCi do not come to us as dressed beef lowest computation is worth oneathun- Â¬ craves Baco Curo is a soiViWsftBe Axtdyct saya the Chicago Journal it march through Manchuria and pliant Thcgo aro special lines handled by spo BP JF- euro for tho tobacco halntin alliK I dred and twenty million dollars ago that ling islmll noV be inirtished by tho ciaVmcn was only eight or ten years Chinese nutlioriUqsY inspired by A Twenty years ago says a foreign ex Â¬ f cefy settlement in tho pineries and the liumahd considerationswasItis tho cus- Â¬ There 13 a steer and tho dealer change a circus which had traveled firms carefully compounded mlaing camps of the northwest vied tom tho formula of an eminont Piv of China to behead such of her sol- Â¬ pointed through tho glass door of a re Â¬ goodness knows how from England to one with another in infamous and law Â¬ physician who has uspd it ifiU frigerator as big asasmall house that rii less practices Citizens otmpro than diers as iaiiirttb the hands f tho enc weighed 800 pounds when lnid on these South Africa nrrived at Kiinborloy It private practice since 1872witIiout i one locality in Michigan oriAYisconsint niyt and arcafterard returned to their scales to day I paid J cunts a pound was not a big circus in fact it was only u BJ MI country During several naval and iiuiuri composed tho man otit tho improvements of afir pointing the appearance of their land engagements upward of five for it Dont boliovo these 11 and 13 agers wifo ofa tho manager two trainedÂ¬ rfimriintoorl purely vegetable tniul- M nnrfimf clown and a decade in thousand Chinese troops were captured cento stories for thoy aro not true It mules thriving oity conchide n tribute to the l on can uso nil the tobneeajvou by Japancso and it is to prcservo their cost mo 72 at tho warehouse I hauled At that epoch Kimberley was not tho warn wmti uiiving iiaco moral standing of tho plae ant its citli HvfeS iujQji that tho foregoing provision was it horo must pay my men to cut it up diamond town that it has become since seas wltn tho sitatpmcnt that a seorO tf inserted in the treaty The same con- Â¬ and deliver it and all that What will The circus did a poor business and one win nouiv you wiipii to stop wa 1 yslars ago thiswnstby xoputation Jtho irive iiwritlmi miiininf I get for what cost mo 872 morning the director and directress laost disreputabie town in the United siderations influenced tho other provi- Â¬ Tho rump will weigh 40 pounds for fled leaving the clown with two mules nently cure any cusp with threesion rolativo to tho purchaso of sup States which I will get 10 ccnt3 a pound or and thirty shillings in his pocket ooxes or reiuno the innny withJQ Â¬ In ovoryvlumbering town was to bo plies from Chinese subjects Tho curi1 this connection -v fund fromiwo to a dozen Moelmdcs ous fact develops ainsinglo prisoner of wmtho round immediately i below it which is Tint miiph in Pnrrmo Iin t wliJrli j iuiu Jiiiuisi Jie iur0igj jii nn i China has not VUK that Iuuuub ut wti uuiiia ui- Js stiJ1 lcss at lho C of oia jj nou a sui utute lut u scientific deis of infamy where womanhood wasj war belonging S750 tno sirloin 80 pounds at an averto Japan During a ride in tho outskirts of Kim U ures wimout un fticfj Xlie united Press dispatch which ago of 14 cents for there aro at least berley he found in the field traces of win uuii Atilrsi tiipretoodoa contained u oriental prinee cuts of sirloinj it depends on tho diamonds he took somo stones showed win powpr ana witn no inconve 1 tho exclusive announcement three freemen ted shcttSjlfitcr inVyWvays of Â¬ 1120 city finally rtilrcjatlng beforo tio that tho indemnity of two hundred mil- - butcher that makes pounds the porter- thom to a miner and entering into nience It leaves the ystenj j1 the will weigh partnership with him went to sell jun uuu iici- - iium IIMOIIIU a8 tl6 lion taels Will bo paid in seven yearly house in a steer of 800 advanc 6f public dficfcncy to tho cover CO pounds and of tho vobls half a milo ifzom any installments diifors from oilloial roports price or 012 20 cents is the market them in the town Then without di- day when you took ynur ilrst chorf vulging his discovery he bought the or smoJce higli way Hither wcro brought young previously received which limited tho hold hv nil drufreioft payment to five instead of sovon install- Â¬ Next comes what wo butchers call field where he had made his ilnd took with our iron gijjlis enticed from Ohicago lyiinneap clad guarantee olis anf oven more distant cities ments It is believed however that the eve of tho rib and what Is known out only a few stones for fear of arousper now tliroe boxes JiOdavYi liU Kverydiyohad Us procuresses in every tho statoment contained in tho United on bills of fare as prime rib roast ing suspicion bought other fields and treatment 250 or Kent direct Press dispatch is corroct While no There will be 100 pounds of this at 13 soon found himself a large landholder city within reach Under tho control Next is tho chuck really It was with these fields that the fa upon receipt of price Send bx utnl jnon and hardened women definite information ha3 been received cones or 515 of t the matter it is understood a fine portion of tho carcass but a mous Society of lioers was created of stamps for sample box the youthful victims were inducted into regarding- indomnity There is 00 which Mr Jlarnato is now governor booklet and proofs free will take the form sufferer through its name UvcSu of isbanac1 never to bo rc that tho their Eurotal issuo on tho part of Jeasqlintil deatb Jcamo High walls of a bond bo rotircd during aChina the poundsorof this and it brings to day 10 with Sir Cecil Rhodes anil another Chemical iv Manufacturing Colli Immedately adjoining it each of theso three gentlemen now reperiod of cents of sis1eiJAfG0fc timber placed on end bonds to soVcn years and to bear interest at five is the neck 80 pounds much of which ceives an annual salary of one hundred puny manufacturing chemists La At tho sntouiitietl tho rudobuts n iKciiiKin barred gateway waa kept a kennel of per cent per annum The presumption is sold as chuck The price is live cents and twenty five thousand dollars from v ris to still very strong that the indemnity or 5150 the company 13rie5iu11dogB tVained to pursuo only Below tho neck comes the loose flesh When the first gold mines were distho imfJrtunate wpmon that might at- Â¬ will be paid in silver Until tho beginning of tho war bo that is called in the slaughter houses covered at Johannesburg Mr linmato The Lexington tain pt an almostnsojcssrflight tweou The disappearance of even tho very nau China and Jnpan each countryÂ¬ the hanging piece and in butcher rushed there bought as much land a consular jurisdiction over its sub- shops tho brisket It is good boiling as he could find organized sovieties tljatiheltercd these iniquities is valts jects in the othor country It would beef but is much in demand for corn- Â¬ on the London market and become Business Coiieg omo wcro Komutliing inUrvelous now appear that Japan will no longer ing There aro 50 pounds of it at 5K King ot tne mines Sjaaofl tp li ground by woodmen lie nho went INCORPORATED grant this privilege to China although cents a pound or 275 MksJdli in for politics and although not a fol- Â¬ vfertric4 pi the immorality they fos The section marked ribs plate and lower of Sir Cecil Rhodes noH v ho oxcopta fow stipulating for a continuance of this tred All havo vanished tirhichstuntl decaying and deserted re right for herself Tho explanation navel is the cheapest moat on the steer eaus d himself to be elected deputy to jmiufdVpfTlkeQldBtroiJgh61dfl One of given for this oxcoption is thnt Japan It is for corning and soup meat particu- Â¬ tho Rritish parliament from the Cape of hcj pino woods across tho is now acivilized country with a code larly will weigh SO pounds and Kells Hood Hope fcfeoRc iVin Now Mr llarnato lives in London The shoulder Menominee river from Norway Slick of av3 based on tho highest prin- Â¬ at 4K cents or S3 40 ciples of justice and equity and that piece beneath which lies part of tho and only goes to the cape for the parlia- Â¬ toiV ot ilm niot notorious resorts It wis vy ofh4ifenoiitcrMrg5ojrr Wjthin tjie sho Can bo safoly trusted therefore to brisket is sold witty tho shin and is mentary sessions He is a little man about forty five story deal fairly with the Chinese subjects generally called scup meat It will utockadotood a commodious frame housiv Thto atockado itself was living within her borders China on weigh 55 pounds and sells at 4 cents years old wearing a slight mustuehe In dress he is very simple and behind a Of plankingi sateen foot higli viOi a tho cior hand it is asserted is still a or 243 strongwgato facing tlib front ontranco barbarous country and foreigners there The flanks weigh 35 pounds and aro pincenez mounted in gold it is tho of the houpovon cituor Side of whicii must receive the protection of their mostly fat selling in their entirety at only trace on his person of the metal own country since little will be waisa ubhnOl of aogS Tho escape afforded to them by tho if any authori- Â¬ six cents or 8210 The hind leirs vicld king he has two eyes of an incredible local 85 pounds of meat at4 cents or 8151 vivacity of a woman disguised as a man to doceivo tho dogs was tho ties 1 have now accounted for 715 pounds in order A CURE FOR IDIOCY of meat The remaining E5 pounds is rntfans of bringing to notice the char Â¬ NICHOLAS II IN PEACE acter of ithd place and its tenants ItuBBlna Inturnflts Aro fat and bones At least 10 pounds of It Remains to Ho Soon How Successful It nt This Tlmu All fat is thrown in with orders people Will He She had beeivluvcd to thu place with If U Opposctl to IVar A cure for idiocy is one of the latest araux ancoso reputable employment having learned to expect it and There is no safety in predicting any cents a pound for TiTice bbforef luko hnd attempted cents per achievements of surgical science which turn in a game in which a youthful hundred for bones fat and 35 82SC at tho has taken so many giant strides of late Oto escappv eluding the dogs bylicr will yield THE PRACTICAL SCHOOL OF THE SOUTH monarch of years that it may bj almost termed one change of appearaticoj but had b6an but thoughRussia holds a strong hand outside IrnnS Ounnretrdwiththr titntr A If many rumors have been overtaken by the keeper of tho place running Tho total receipts from the steer of the wonders of the century ExperiOniclul VnaorMOitinU IJip Oot Illliiittho Commonwonltli Ui- freltfcat around about tho new czar that cost mo S72 will bo 7520 a profit ments were made on tha skulls of two tyrnor of A prominent lawyer in Norway swore the Statu Collide nd Uip Horzvlarv c4 stayo master Nicholas II there seems no probability of only S320 or would bo a profit if I children who had been idiotic from Trt Mxuror of tlu Hcurltv Trust and fcaMr ont a warrant against the Of nult Co Klornliiir Its ninlmiins undertaking any inflammablo ran a business that entailed no oxponscs birth and the latest accounts aro that ami secured conviction and a heavy redohissays Col JtJi rmy ftf HUPCW5MJ ltIX03IJJKMii npRrrjritp IiundrciSiu T O Dodge in the whatever they are not only surviving the shock xtudnnis whuxe uuUrlPRitY fine A few repetitions pf tlstroat r Forum Itussia has so much more tn litriiuiil i l 1111111111 nwinfc cpnvinucd him of tljadigjibjUfy imiKllKXCRti Kearm of I am not a slaughtorer now but I of the operation but are giving prom Iiloniw and bunlnoas ia u wlott ralln2 fro frifwJl peaco tljan war IJarely a third ise recovery of husincisS ljiu botoblc flfa cintngo of coppcvWning country gain in ntmy has the new small bore know enough of the business to know ties of Ita would be morethe mentaltofacul- Â¬ anri jmtroiis HyMlciu of aflurl iiracdcal qopalViMiNlilt oflicr tvpi IllMtruftloil lined correct sav himself to the that tho slaughterer loses nothing A mnt mnkpsatnoctljstqtiulJbvill nnv pHiorplc on tho lioro of Lak Superior and on- - riflo and It will bo two years boforo steer goes into an abattoir on tho hoof says the Washington atar that thoy Out llrst tho other rogitnonts ate so equipped every ounce of him goes out a com- Â¬ are gaining those faculties for the UlplomnsPremium1 atGold ind iri McdnMi etc tho luforuntlmutl JII Ilerrovcuues aro none too groat Russia and idiot from birth has no development iVinlcr Kxnniilllnii nvr1nl tit- hi KtPm tf now the possessor of afortuno of Jtvo A 1200 pound mercial commodity IfpodP liol lCcLilni used In ill weeds licr monoy for tho great trans stoer r hnndred thousand dollars- will not 800 pounds of beef Tho until tho obstruction on tho brain ia re- Â¬ ir iiiuIiich iXtmrfmciit 15 ttlLi rwilui Siberian railway and she ought not to hido is sold to tho taniiers A limited moved This is exnctlv tho nroces in pxporlonce nHbook kpopornnd t xiPrt oivounttw Tho house ho onco occupieiVyhon en blow out of it tho months of big guns number of go dealers ox tails tho presont trials Holes arc drilled in IUtllUVN KXIM1SITZOX to AlPHCft W J gaged in his soulless business still fm ni wnortiinnu tiuiKlit 2o doubt thera is a tension in many of and spcoiaitails to buy the intongues the skull of tho child at the top of tho lllO lllclltt rniIfimoiitnIn tlila Coiiofc ana In 41in tVorW stands dilapidated and tenanted only dealers to theltendof OurBhortlinnd Deportment jn uy mo nornuie assosmiions antl per the international relations but tiiat is and in Chicago go to tho canncra of head where tho Fontanollo or soft liuurv iciiurnT irnm inn nninora OI HUB yaitwt J TKIiKOltAlIIV hatps by tho suffering spirits of the pasfc aiwnyn present ana diplomats aro There is a limited spot is usually located In tho case nulliyny una Xclejri NimorliilomW iil aofenre lunch tongues record r tiyfttcui fircfas nolo reasonable It virnntlnl iwtncirmnA trxm ua iuc uccuyiH livmuworic oi this- bla that what has been said of is proba-J- - demand for brains All livers And a now under observation theso spots had nf 14 years Chief npii IllHTintrlinrlitiswith iffcl It tho char ready Train stockade still hang the long planks acter of Nicholas is lining of tlm paunch becomo hardened at birth and thus upcrator to Kiulnnswl V in tho main true knownsalo aud tho is growing in such tho expansion and development of the JnrRcat Trunk llncs In AmericaMiinnrlntciiaFnHi Uncrators Train DinnmlinM separated by wide gaps through whiclx as trlpo O leadlnc rnllwoy companln may be seen the desolation within Tho and this should lfaadhim to follow in favox that it is all disposed of to deal- brain had been arrested Tho opera- Â¬ and Only SvUool In and telocranhownlnff mi 1tto ttio tVorlil P uporaung n compioto jiaiiway bysiemjw tion was therefore to make a now or purnosn of UttliiK Its Kraduntos to go dlrceM U gjitoand the konnols aro gonou Tho arid make Russia still tho1 dictator of ers Who pickle it From the pure fat is cxtiactcd tho artificial fontanollo Great care had to iui iiumuiiiin nn prncucni opnraiora til UCaKNUIVintJAIj V It- looks apoacd ijoiiUjare broken through oloo oil This is ho exorcised of course to avoid injur Â¬ JppnrttiJcnta No CIimminsthccixoK I Work No man will borask enough to say highest quality of IiiKU with any fcouwo lenmanBhln Uuwnwf ing tho brain and thcro lay tho main HLwhatit really is ono of tho last of its exported to Holland Commercial Law ComiaercW that war may notcomo Every ono of generally into tho makeup of thewhero- dillicultyof tho operation Tho scalp Corrospondonco oininnir Miid giltviitiiuiuiiu aim it cntcis XOMlTIONS win yuiiuneuis inia spots vuuroan acci Exaggerated stories occasionally edged Dutcn commands is drawn anew over tho apertures in tent trep Wrlto for It ur Gunmnfeo Ilan dental outbreak the bluiidor of an fancy prices butter that From JlOMi study will Bavo you monejVWfl reach tho public of tho revival of thead other tho skull thus made and tho little or in England ovorzenious servant inay woric snoh a fats como tho lower grades of oleo oil brain is loft to cure itself Tho chil- Â¬ our Instructions S7900fl0 Clunnuitro iK ColleKfl Ivnu rnnrcioiitoii or moiipy old haunts but their untruth is evident tit funded o SQfnegrcat From wimJax mAV jsiSM 7 from the character of the inhabitants hardship actualvoiidesil I3W Delected bones is secured by dren thus operated on aro two years owned erected and funUshed by tw to nf power as shall call for an excited de boiling Unit now make up the population Like lx gelatine which is the buiis of old It is of course a question just rcaulrpments of our practical system of Jntrotlon 1 iniincolloni iictrloIljtliJ v all sections of tho country there is mand for reparation lit js thonthUt all cheap jellies and marmalades when the patients should bo subjected mnoct yeimiauon The JnrKOst aim ni r more or less immorality permitted in cool heads if not lliiclc skins tire In Slcarind ujfcd nssa base of chewing to tho experiment and tho ago of two ectly onulnpQd ItiiHlncM Collryo IwlB V0 fKr thd northwest towns but the old timo demand and it is then that tho offer- gum nnduVfor many bftvr purposes ia years has been chosen as tho Btarting ii4Aiir Nomo coi pccs wiio io rfsp 3 niht resta unpntho r Word onliV Will ifill Z vescenco of journalists in searclifof atockades have disappeared So too thoy will klvo you tho amo PJ1 the product left from the process of point It has been considered prob n2 J circulation or notoriety does most harm prcssingvoUtolco oil or ff thbrouch uoUrsoMit loss time able that at this ago tho child if it have the gambling resorts around mnnnvtintr ilni It iln tn rnmnlPtr i animal according to siicliclftiij cpursti with us whichso much lawlessness contered Tho human silliest of all nisimalsnif his itoivnro CatalORiP8 All hoofs aro foiled and the valu j should recover its health and gain In Â¬ lirynro ftlH y IltUHtrntPd of wo The stirring scenes that made theso lcind is tho Addrena q a oiu commodity jcnpyn as ucavsfpofi telligence will bo scarcely bekind oth Â¬ AlUOUnclplKV localities so interesting from a distance measure him rightly I Jcuow of no ouis securel The horns are sold to or children of Its own aire a dozen lire unknown now succeeded by tho 1 othor that is capable of such irrational manufacturers ofcombs fttid fancy years later Ilylhattlmo assisted na ST J TDAX HAZEL GBEKKi 4hi rrhnrto rtC hiialnnna nnmFl rtl irqa8 BUU JC 18 on those that peace jori goods The hoofs af for botjihg aro ture would have caught up with itself ocrvnnco of tho Sabbajih and of tho war nangs py a lialr Uut to resume also used in the making of horn orna- Â¬ as it were Thcro may bo fiomo cues- I do not believe despite all tho talk ments Everything Tv clvilied customs of Christendom is not that is lcft blood tion in tho minds of ultra sensitive peo- Â¬ Tji1 yoxr wast n tiKipmasr oh the Ihiritan order but does notdif- - that there is in tho present status of entrails etc isfmado lintq fertilizing ple as to whether it isrrigki fpesur rv4 wittier tho far from that of any section of tho pro leadworld a set of conditions which will material not Mho least valuable com Â¬ gepns to experiment in this way apon Mhawcat tho most eirfLlnir tiio religifjilp to early war the purest tho iiiost complete gressive west These parts have lost modity turned out of tho abattoir jlhavo helpless children by performing opera Â¬ Bifper in J2ftatorn4 Kentucky 8Ubscrib0itl i tlielr well oarned reputation as tho no positive figures but I boliovo that tions that may cause dWtli Y ot tluiro TiiRBiDMsSwottDr- Subscription pWiW On a crowded elevator a young wom- Â¬ will probably bo no goiicral outcryj toughest In the united States an arose upon the ontrance of an tho 400 pounds of offal tho term used against such an effort Jri Some sense oy conavuyear MubllsTiounontiiiy M elderly ono and with a wavo of tho ss applying tp everything except the death is preferable to life long Addresfl fJ uK Biilk SwoiiPiJel Mill I Mr Vatjxn Inwn ItoJIer hand toward tho seat which tho new Â¬ actual beef will not the killer from 20 Few parents yould bo likely- - to idiocy -- Ij 1 object Tho late Richard Vaux of Phlladol comer scorned roluctnnt to nccoptsaid to 23 Tho wholesale slaughterer Gto the experiment upon their own un does not got any the worst offirat any iphia was a boliever in progress and Ago before beauty Thank you fortunate1 offspring if cohdtictod with Jiad liWo reverence for antiques as such wna the roply as the nowcomor stage of tho gamo w Nominally tho retailer amicus much the care which should nttand all such his hat to tho contrary notwithstand dropped Into tho seat but ono would larger but expenses are dangerous proceedings ing A relative told recently how Mr neod glasses to see tho beauty Per heavy profitstrqublo histhat owing to a is The soction haps was rejoined miiotly but none faux rooeiveu u p w wiw-foolish prejudice against certain cuts Hardware nuuiuuu uk wourt lift renniroil- tnnnn nrtn 4 Dw Try TnB Herald for ono yoar v fmwm JV pJWt miMmyii-- ir - v - a - ill III j II WMIlf nilil Wiiiiii Vlt iiiiiI iiniii Jill i mi iii I iiifiininwiiniilUU llll 1 CUTiOTG lit A STBEJtt Mill I Fortv - 1 iji m cei c J A BAH M A zii rT bi vi - i - 1 1 Â¬ - ii -- Â¬ Â¬ t - Â¬ - - x - Â¬ AwJi aSsa1 F to flfcfcfji fetal ti ttja sssssJj SSS WL -t- 8 - Â¬ - N rn J W j - - j- m Â¬ 1 - -- - I - M - ii t -- woji-proson-- ed mm- A - tj i max UMM ffln- - wmt ii fl it 1 t tfi a- - W o a 1IU Ii t n vir tt tmsm J fSi tito A a hA r4 1 ryi 11 V i5 V Jl ill If tV 1 11 W - Ka ll 7 fW v cf -- r5t SHE TOOK THE L Bid heart Is set- V - IMMMmtMMRMMHMI r JM NMWhH iS w 11 STAGE VIANDS Tho Klucl of rhr1ly A ffOo1 if Kentucky Ueiudcratic SUta Platform The Dcmocmcv of Kentucky convention assembled congratulate tho country upon tho repeal of the Mc Kinley tnnfllawand upon the evidences we have on every hand of returning prosperity under the operations of reduced and ecnlalized taxation and wn deuouueo at fraught with danger and uigasier 1110 turcatoi our Republican adversaries to re establish protqetivd tarii nnd to reinaugurato a policy at unequal taxation which in connection with general mlsgovernnient by tlio lie publican party culminated in the bus sinss panic of 1803 SncosfD Tho Democratic party which I103 always stood for tho separation of church and state for tho eako alike of civil and religious freedom does not lies Uato to couaemn all efforts to create a distinction among citizens because of dilTcrencc in faith as repugnant to an enlightened age and abhorrent to the in stincts Of American freemen Third Wo reaffirm without qualifi Â¬ cation the principles and policies declared by the National Democratic Platform of 1892 and declare that our present National Democratic Administration is entitled to the thanks of tho party for its honest courageous and statesmanlike management of public affairs- and we express our undiminished confidence iu tho Democracy and patri otism of President Qrover Cleveland and lin distinguished co adviser and Secretary John G Carlyle of Kentucky Fouutii When the Democratic par ty came into power in 1807 the bonded indebtedness of Kentucky Was over 4000000 Tho nominal value of tho assets of tho sinking fund was about 88000000 made up in part of internal improvements thnt cost over and were carried at a valuation of 4 800000 but which yielded at that time no net reve- Â¬ nue nnd wero worth in cash ony about o00000 thus showing an actual deficit iu the sinking fund as compared with our indebtedness of about 900000 Since 18G7 tho bonded indebtedness has beeu reduced to 050000 and tho avail ableasscts of the sinking fund more than equal that sum We have increased the annual appro- priation for support of our charitable institutions from 250000 in 18G7 to 500000 in 1895 and while improving bur judical system by increasing the number of courts and the frequency of their terms we have been compelled to increase our expenditures ono of the greatest items of which is the cost of criminal prosecutions and a not ceablo fact iu connection with which is that the increase U greatest in districts controlled by Republican officials We have nevertheless beeu ablo to decrease tho cuer rent rat of taxation for general rev nue purposes from twenty cents on the one hundred dollars of taxable properfy in 18G7 to fifteen cents in 1K95 The Democratic majority have voluntarily increased the annual expendituies for the support of common schools from 250000 in 1807 to about 2000000 in 18r and by wisely providing separate schools for the two races are today giv ing to the childien of the colored race ippnrtunities for education they nowhere else enjoy In the face of unexampled difficulties the Democratic party has succeeded in wholly withdrawing convict labor from competition with free labor and in abed idling the practice inherited from the Re- Â¬ publican party of leasing the convicts to parties interested solely in making profit out of their labor and in adopting the modern and improved methods by which the f tate and its officers are made directly responsible for tho management of our state prfeons and under which our penitentiary s yatom has been and is be- Â¬ ing greatly improved During the twenty eight years the people have intrusted tho Democratic party with the control of tho stato gov- Â¬ ernment its administration has been characterized by the strictest economy and integrity and iu this regard wo in vito comparison with any Republican btate government Fifth We express our confidence in tho wisdom and honesty with which tho present Mate administratiioi has conducted tho affairs of our stato government -- Incline VnnnfrcTriwnlcr looifi woman wlioso iniiHaUoforit asked How much will you give thpgirli after a little reflection That ThO man offered five dollars too little the youncr lady declared was and finally one thing leading to another sho put the precious volume up The gentlemen never at auction drenming that 6ho could be in earnest piled bid upon bid till the price stood at sixtyflvo dollars Mr Jones said the Tt is vours I but remember my terms arc spot girU II cashi and you must let me make a copy of it Tho langh was on Jones and his Companions forced him to pay tho Miss Blank delivmoney on the spot ered the diary and of course there was nothing for the joker to do but to re- Â¬ with his compli- Â¬ turn it unopened Â¬ Â¬ fnnied from her purpose SutiU Vwomnnaccorilinff to tUotftw York Herald was on a steamer from Liver uos oi nor poeicet pool last summer Eoncy lo J represented us a million-Â¬ aires daughter is devoted to tho Knst mlbfcioni and in addition alio id8 mucli of licr leisure in crochet Sir wonderful nnd useless things which sUo persuades her wealthy MandjJ nnd admirers to buy at fabulous nriccs for tho benefit of tho poor On the steamer sho did little clso but crochct thitiffs and then soil themex ceptlliat alio opont conaiderablo time Somo of tho frionds in Illliaff a diary slm hod inveigled into buying tvboni fanc VWorlc fell into tho trick of laugh her diary and linally iiifr nl her about a little conspiracy entered into I sHy now Miss Blank wild one We arc we litiVc decided to strike not gOinff to help your tenument houhc l iCathcna another cents worth unless How much will I vousett ub your diary S 1 dichcoaskj uuswer IS wn tors partake of the stngo tho sometimes they nro not SOinethliOS the IUyn urnlRhcd to Actora In a repast on miust oi many hi the nU Are the vidnrtsrouir Xho ihnir nrn tmil in Finsr JOHN HROSE 1 r ttsbr1 tei ri a v f y 4 HI w V- - - ments iJEY FOOD FOR WILD FOWL with Uhlnone Plunts on D Experiment Columbia Slouch Likes The carp having played havoc with theWipatoes in the sloughs and ponds on Sauvies inland on which the ducks to feed Mr ffeeso and swan used Reedcrj of Itccders Landing has se- Â¬ cured a lot of Chinese wapatocfi which FIRST WATCH EVER MADE he will plant as an experiment and if linf An woll will frv tr jntrrulnnn It Was Constructed of Iron and Ig 3tUl In S balvinis recent produetiona was Friend Fritz in ivliTrli VAtVAU t t typical stngo bronltfnrf Tho writer happened to bts behind tho scenes on the first night of tho play in Philadelphia and ho overheard a conversation not intended for tho ears of the audience between IMtz nnd uanezo while seated at tho table From the remarks it will be learned precisely what constituted the menu Must ta jte his bisque and givo me your opinion said Frit aloud Tho soup was tasted in silence Then Iinnczo remurked sotto voces Its awful governor theres Ho salt in it then aloud Doliciousl deliciousl to which Frederick replied Perfect perfect Enter Catherine with tho fibh which was a half loaf of rye bread cut in tho form of a fish and garnished with let- Â¬ tuce and floating in a gravy of soup JosephB violin was heard by tho au Â¬ dience while the fish was being served but not Fritzs remarks when ho whis Â¬ pered Eat the fish boys I cant governor said Iianezo rye bread doesnt agree with me The pork pic was next served but instead of pork it contained apples Alia exclaimed Fritz aloud this is your favorite dish a pork pie to which Iianezo replied with a jolly laugh and then whispered Governor I cant eat pie Im banting The Rhine wine and claret were gen- Â¬ uine and the glasses were always set down empty This is accounted for by the fact tht Salvini is too good an Italian to drink a poor quality of wine and the bottles generally contain tho best that can be purchased In New York said Mr Salvini to the writer a little later a friend of mine presented me with a bottle of port that was said to be forty years old and the company drank it before the audi- Â¬ ence which no doubt tlwught it to be cold tea or burnt sugar and water But the breakfast scene was played with an unusual amount of earnestness and ac- Â¬ curacy that night OnooiMr Â¬ PRACTICAL ia 11 LAGK9MITH AND WAGON MAKER o m HAZEL aEEEN KY f 1 Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ make a specialty of Building Farm and Road Wagons use only the Best Material and guarantee satisfaction CALLAND4iET MY PRICESt and wHen you need any things of the kind give me your order i V -t f f - K sSPatronize Homo People Get Only Honest Work and Be Happy A i etc sajs the Port The Chinese here consume a great many wapatoes and aiso1bring over from China many which are of a different species being larger ami rounder The only improvement thcyWJU bo on the native kind is that they are too large for a carp to swajhnv while tho ducks etc can perhaps bite thorn in pieces and swallow them in the lakes land Oregonnm themi Several efforts have been made fc introduce nlants on tho island whipli might attract the waterfowl and take the place of the wapatoes and widgeon weed proved Ituiinlns five t J uttemptb huvo h failures Wild rice ny tue sack hn been brought from Wisconsin and sowed here the seeds of the wild celery which gives flavor to the can vasbacks of the Potomac and the Chesapeake have been wwn and the but all such thing from whut any of these llailtsilinvr 1nfn nnnitutmnn nnl 1 coversjliem with several feet cf water It will pivo you Appetite m Just at the time when thev bhould be It will pivo you restful refreshing Sleep making their growth It will stimulate your Digestion If something It will restore your Nervous Energy cannot be dono to preserve the native It will Purify your Wood plants on which the ducks geese and It will change your weakness into Strength -iutvi nii iiuxt generation wui It will bring you out of sickness into have no wildfowl shooting on the figures a small knob for convenience of Health KINGS ROYAL GERMETUfilt CO- The early fee ling the time at night AilnnuvGiw rHAD TO SEE THE BALL GAME watches had but one hand the hour mainspring of hardened sErsBENESS ftiUaclnlphtit Lawyer Who Jtornsod to hand and the iron had no casing but was merely MftEMWSrttl rZ33T3 p lJrcuk mi Knirnironmut confined by four pillars supporting tho If-- A lawyer with his client called one back plate ftiy at thQ office of a gentleman who is 1 couMderert to be one of tho leading A HIGH HAND jfrHen oMho Philndolphiu bar Tho In Many pwvyershad an important case and ho The Cosmopolltiins Many Itolea The Herald and Courier-Journ- al Lnnilr Wanted tO fcllrn thn 1o nl lJo- mm 175 a your The old fashioned operation of rob- Â¬ n adviser says tho Philade- Â¬ WWWWWOMWWWI pay Paul was lately re- Â¬ UJUimi IJIIIMIIIIMI to CURES HOTIIIRB HUT PILES if lphia Timijs lie oxplained his busi bing Peter large scale at Lyons by a on a ness ami said he and his client vivedwith a Russian name who speaks man A SURE and OER7AIK CURE jronlcl bo back in tho afternoon eight languages and is well known in known for 15 yoars ns tho r uu ua nero tuon saw tno Paris While in the capital the swin BEST REMEDY for PILES gl fcItmt I imvo nn engagement great tthreooqlQClfnnd I wont bo hero dler gave himself out to bo a tho i BOriT Muscovite magnate and eo dazzled C0 eviouw V PrepitedtrSICEAEBaOlTHEJ thatonC But there is a five proprietor of n music hall and tavern I Sick headnche thousand dollar f CO in this for you ex- f that the Rubsian hymn was played as Cant the sheni princo strutted proudly kTncd Itll yownffor lawyer Pains m the back P flp it wpnt bo here You will have through tho place At Lyons tho pris Â¬ Cause Sallow complexion to come to morrow oner induced eomo persons to join him Loss of appetite and ti Jjllt m cllcat cant como row in an alleged purchase of pictures Exhaustion which were to bo resold at a profit Ho Caufc Drcc my engago liitmT11 from ono sot obtained large advances SpATSTRfiDE fcnId There ia only one curewhich is After somo of victims and then repaid the otfjars lho fionior 2 1 u iUllfewn8nBr6ccltliat a moot - with Interest Tho supposed Russian COPYRIGHTS rbQ1hol1 Wmb night a That after- also ropresouted that ho was about to rxx T OllIATMAhonctt optrlon wrlto t II IATEKTf Tor PIUS prompt tuiswc and n If Sa lavInr ttoUUns clso to do tho purchaso tho oolloeUon of Princo Paolo who Ijtno unJ uoaririlhy yoor1 illUXN i AND forged oiporloncolntho jtncnt liusitiow Coniraunlo Â¬ Ui W SiDflftwyWnnlliUittIunfe went ton Borghoso nndofshowedassertions docu A 11 n ml Imnit uf In tloiiH nrlctlr txniflduiutnl n tloy saw in lamo JLhQ flr WITHIN YOUtt JU5A01I afo formation concAniinK InUuiiK iU how to ol ments in proof thoso rouna was tb taiu thorn Bent true Also a cniulosuo oi lucclinn kffiCl0 hurrahing for groat lawyer otitainad about Six Jmhdrod pounds in Bciontlilo boo sunt free IchI mid tho VPhlllios this mmmor and then dcampcd to One Plnlc PHI touches the liycr and Intouu taktU turounu mumi uo rccoivo nnnninl iiiiMimi In flii Hi lmitUln Amnrlritll atul il7iuIlhoveorOfJiiluuffp Tiint Madrid ivhoro ho was arrested Jha removes the bile j tmw nru brotisht widely boore Dio PlUMovfltb out cost to tho Inventor Uhlo fnloudld tifctmn k JlisnportoiitQnemiroment Ncad- - accused Caused somo merriment in vlt PhvRift1nnnnfl- RnrDAnTv fjrYr -- One Tonic Pellet nightly acts as a r r lasuea wpoKIv xlwnntlY Hluatr tttwi bna tr fax tno jorgcac cirfitluttou of anrcciontJUc worjc in Uto ilirr1i0KJ lh0 laydrU praotiqo nets court WhOi R tho president rcmindod in keeping the bowels templet copIp mm it laxative ft a year HAZEL GREfiN KY M frjBnnionoycttoli yeur to moke Mm tlmty ho had also pawed ns apriuco gentlerestores the digestive organs tones world 2a cnt Kivnr piuuber coutniria COboau- UulldlrK Kdltlpn taonthly pU n oar Klnsto Itlficpendeut open plos iu that BTurgory ami obstetric aspsjfJiE luttaljvhp nn8weredBahl titul iltui in tolora mid iapornph8of now nervous eyetem and makes new houtcB with piuTit eunbiiiDr lAHiaurn to wort tut x atnnjj filnmeso cOUntrya man who eats macaroni is a up the Li wciro wntractiu Anarea two J uiot flMlHiis JX1nw vonu aui boadvav MAAJPIN Yuutlu Complete treatment blood of rich Hum a co u number of boyaaro dirtfnt wnfl whOftror orders a fillet AYJYJI oue price 25c medicines sonple free at any store to throe years Cfo Treatise and THE IIKRAID RBBD ilIcrent thlnff8 Ono learns rtriniw Wtfsontwwea jmQWN UVQ CO Jfow York l0llf WIlOMSSAIiE WRY OOPJpS MA typowritlng nnpricmiui MWtmMrtmt WWWWW1 a7 J V AOOK AND JJDB PRIIH1H6 HOUSE iVTrtl AMfl L vj ySki yoou joji womt to xn Riiit V Vn- - Whon they return to Bring us your job work and read duino OFFICK It yuu want BOHvorJtt U AM ICY wlth i sono differ kUntrl tkeR to rcitsoiiivUlo prle v R on impart to others TJIK HCKAbP jf f Â¬ Â¬ l The Jutte rise of the Columbia different P fatten at the Kiamath lakes nlantedt but nnno of tliom fluriilii have been is a very Nuremberg constructed a portable watch made entirely of iron A private collection recently brought to New York from Berlin contains the first watch that as ever made and one that is still in working order an iron watch of Peter Henlein now universal- Â¬ ly accepted as the inventor of the pocket watch who was a locksmith of Nuremberg and was born in 14S0 The present watch was made certainly not later than 1520 The works are entirely of iron The back ot the case and tho cover which are of bronze and the dial are beautifully ornamented with arabesques of ingenious design cut into the surface and delicately chased The dial is divided into twelve hours but has no minute marks on the spaces Above the figure 12 there is a small thorn and above each of the other Â¬ Â¬ About three hundred and seventy years ago the first watch was made and it is still in running order Clocks were made long before watches the year 900 after Christ being about the time when clocks with wheel works the power being given by hanging weights were first made But these timepieces were stationary Later on smaller clocks were made but it was not until the beginning of the sixteenth century that an ingenious locksmith of Orur Â¬ jj n ii x your worn is respecnuiiy soiiciiiea1 1 -- lajIn the Horse Shoeing and Repair De 4 employ skilled S manpartment Iartist in onlyspecialtylaTojgjj every being an his andg WHF N HTf8 Wk fHp MYU FEEL RUW D0WW Â¬ And nil worn out then strength and health fail If you want to enjoy in its fullness that buoyancy of health nnd spirits that add eo much to tho forces nnd pleasures of life use that greatest of all medicinal remedies 5 Fred ill 4- - a CALL ON 4 flk Ht J HeinM Manufacturing Jewelerr Ousioin Kouso Square TB fiTTP 3 it Â¬ Gteraetuer eoeic eye if iii - JJ IITUTI tipation Â¬ Biliousness to-mo- r- I fK WER iffifflr f m clonic Pellet oyr r rices PEEBLES EVERYBODY ajj i i m m mi i s pSTr v 1 kiS0 kC i TftJ H -- mmi green 1 wi i 11 v Br h MJ wiiy 4mHiJ o i f j fv ftVF 0 tAf Tt X IV Vt r i irvrt o t i 4 r FrwtOw Oatli A htfar from ntlr nl yM 6flDln - klMut tonding the ifuirJJiiB JLchmII J - Li yty i Mm x i t u m ft- vv th other day bringing outbid the olden tinio When Jifo was young and gay I received f f ter a Bisc weolca aofftnm llpy Smith litis rotiunwl iif Green whore ho Ami a read iulowjy Old comrades laying lowly VVftro atern and awful truth Ui the grand old mountains Our boyhooda native home Rise grandly up around mo Onco more I am little Jerome Ken JKS w 1 y ub omnllSi Several bids aro bmtm from bands to furniftlrl 1 tho fair Tun T TAy4 T fvvumt patronizing homo folks andrm quontly is for tho m - Halcyon days of childhood Though filled with wars nlnrmt Bring mo back tho wild wood And angbl mothers arras boys r - fv wrHos Minf - l iui uuiuurii oiiT JnWroncoiwi 1 Iin n Comrades dear who have passed awnyLong since to tho other shore The booming canons tho bugle call- - J A I hor them all once more horseman and will bo sfrictlv it when ho enters a raci 6 tw rVh7iiwi L nn i it IF vV v r Uamping on tno western pinin Ajrain Id bo with you You pay my lottor did not tire Uut created new born joyuj That it Becmedliko getting a letter From ono of your own dear boys shks 0 captain if you only knew How often Ive thought of ybtf fc r I desiro to say to 5- MEfr fee4A-io apj VVt - rnt 47 r VV1VV fcfcJ 1 fc hs- it wi W When you sec thpni one by ono Tell them well meet again In the great reunion above Give all tho boys my loyaj n X man appeared in tho Bosque Com- Â¬ et of Valley Mills rroxasihurs- dav June 20 and waa written by a privatbirirXJapJb VvP Samplo company jubd auac ina roLuui Capt from a visit to the captain Sample cpmmancdo Virginia cavalry VrHich was mus Â¬ tered in1une 1801 and ho was in command of the regiment on the day of the surrender though tho Awhile 22d did hot surrender after tliowar lidevor the mem Â¬ bers 6f the regiment wore sum Â¬ moned to appear at Lebanon Va where they surrendered their mu aiitibns of war and subsenbed to the path mado and provided in sucli cases Capt Samplo ed the 22d inthe last chargqit ovormade which was at tho battle of High Bridge Va Ho moved to Ken- Â¬ tucky frpm Russell county Va and for three years lived on a farm Ho then moved to near1 Ezel Maytowii wlioro he still resides and enjoys tho respect of all who have tho pleasure of his acquaint- Â¬ ance And that ho may live long and prosper is the universal wish Ui iAJL lJ AL1UU il Tho abpvo testimonial to the character and integrity of a good wjii-- mi if mmmmmnmmnmmrumuimwmwimmitm rMIlii MK E mk m wLJm m m BMT itSKifcrTBRBAVrt of oiricors primary Juno 27 it that monoy will bo paid for services as soon as received h election J district chairman Rov unm H P Pieratt WCDC - mimfi August the Baptist assWl wiu do noiu at tno Unity ch house Rev W B Bnrnnv H1nnl-L- quests us to announce thntonM uay ooioro uio iourtii oaturdayj tvkiiwi preach the introductory frs iJiuvu viicn4 sermoj of George Wheolqr Duuui Hiv AuegflftVi1 ISd ornoon from strangulatgdhemi rago ot the Jungs Dr JJI wub juiiuu uuu iiuro no cs roach her bedside life wab extk 1 ho family have tho sympathy tho entire community Monroe Havens the oiu ciockb nint nave jpweleii I tins piace nas just cleaned Monroe knows Jioy clocks em and you ought toseVemnj for 75 years Tho works aret wood yet they aro apparent little worn as tho latter day Deeniai n rSI Joe Williams a prominent Kj sou died at Canev on Moudajl and was buried by tho fratcnfl on Tuesday the obsequies under the auspices of Greeavi Lodge held at Walnut Grove Morgan county Dr Taulbedi some others of tho Masons attends the funeral from this place is tho beat patent imedicl in the world is whatMrhv Hartman uf Marquam 0k says of Chamberlain 8 Uqlicuv era and Diarrhoea Remdy M leads mo to mako this assertio from tho fact that dysoutarymj worst form was prevalQUt ar here last summer and it never over two or throe doaos of tfi remedy to effect a complete ami For sale by John M Kosp V It Atf6uttfioPrbposod Railroad Mr J j0rXykin8j of Oampton Wolfo Qourityj came in over the jfjexirigtoii Wd Eastern this morn- Â¬ k nv 0 ing bringing with him a commu nicatioiifrom the people of Wolfe to tho Chamber of Commerce re- Â¬ garding tho poposearailroad thro that county Tho communication was given to Mr J A Curry chairman of tho Railroad Qominittoo of the It wjis in Chamber of Commerce a soaled envelope anil will not bo opened until tho committeo meets so it is impoBsiblp to give any of tho contents until then Mr Curry said that the com- Â¬ mittee was still agitating cheaper frieght rates and he was informed that a meeting of the general freight agents of tho lines entoring Lexington would be hold in this city shortly to consider tho ques- Â¬ tion of discrimination in rates against Lexington and in favor pf Cincinnati and Louisville Lex- Â¬ ington Leader August 2 - PT Paid To fhout Discount mon a good practico a fact that all friends hero will appreciate n May town and t place for a woek accompanied his wife Ho says ho likes SaW villo vorv woll and is buildiDg at Daysboro Dr M C Kash of Salyej8 was visiting relatives and iw h aV 4st- Mount People EzcliBiely CljJjJlg 4 Another Richmond in tko Field W W Tnmanncc nallivllv TOSUltS a snrinn or other iniury or rheumatism for which Chft berlains Pain Balm ix-n-r- found it an excellent remedy lameness and slight wounds Mr C G Strong principjl tho public sohools at AnJ Cal savs I have usedCt borljiin1B Pnin Balm ana WHr J A Washington dispatch says Henry I Godsey of Hazel Green chief of tho stamp vaults of the internal rovonuo bureau doosnot intond to remain there all tho tmp The dispatch says ho ia ambitious and this time a year hence Jio may bo heard on tho stump in the Tenth l nvwl iinnniinllnd igp IV ft i O 5ii ll 25 Cents -- u01iilj9ren iriider 10 Years Old Free f l fords almost immodiato rohei in a short timeoffeots apennjl euro For salo by John nu will teach hal tho school on GillmOro tO 4 lin frilBffi3 l Iit nrtAl itltn trV1fBtO i1 fT for a more luorativo job aoj Alias Ida Swango for congress Although a year in advance of the primary election Ittrjr is setting up tho pins and his friends in tho district aro also quietly working up aGodsoy sen Â¬ timent Ho prpmisos to be a for- midablo candidate Mt Sterling iV district announcing his candidacy irf ccac3ccct3aaati2aaaccEEL2ECE aiisi3iBnBiniEBiniririswKiaEianaa3t7 -vMc mrn M r J w f Irj jf J 1 f President - mornirig wo Know mat it Bua Tgjji uuk auoui mo 42jieiarwpvowv j JmI fUunoOnn llPJir III nlina W Times Ht w 4 J AW -- i i Ng tf B tjijs place turned out and assisted in cleaning up the Hazel Green burying ground which now pro- ents a very neat appearance Weeds had grown up over the place until it had a very unsightly appearance and tko Judge thought JiOtotf to mako a move in the toht Hroctkn which h did with fc B Swango whp was visiting hero last week many ef tho citizens of At the solioittttipn of Judge G - Tf y - Q V I b- J i 8j JT I Secretary Kllh rtlln tlinf h Im fln nlil irftntnicnt tllfllJM vw 1VP1K uoimcca tho cao iiicumuio j -m mako tno claim mac jyu vii vi- - it iictt with nil eariidstnesa Umt nounced incurable by you Bician is n nnli niviiiMvi uiu MldWlDyn R famlV 11 field for tion of tlioflcctropolao Mm roiif rfrtif linriRHflrV HLMi nnd I a V VI Ufh- tb p unoyp 1 juit A Will Be Sold at Private Contract Ppr Further Information call upon or address PF P TXERATT Committee s - gumon Â¬ a caeoj likely toJo U aVuPbut m B i toftihy Wea 1Ih rew TXu 5f 5rwtKLli r i to u i Ill It it faU5f this itrt rfC3 IIHH ULU -- iraln ril luruurcvuuvr T VTWk 3 hI wmm eWl fflsSSt Ol ii i n I vj - P I 7 M1 fifi miiiiu