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I THE IIERALDstablisheds7 Tvt r5 Story of Jonathan and His Continent by Max ORoll r M == = =SPENCER COOPER Ownor and Editor s Of n Nxlr World With New From All Nntlotup = Imiihrlnp nt Iile Hack 1 SIOO A YEAR Always In Advanoe= = =TWELFTH YEAR HAZEL GREEK WOLFE COUNTY KENTUCKY THURSDAY FEBRUARY 18 1807 NUMBER 47 KorTHK HKKAII UNOLE ALLENS NIGHT HUNT Occasionally iill looking over a plilwr wo see n hutting story of mine kind juid us for myself I nlvvavri rind thrill When I was a boy men hunted fur profit hut in our dajH it is called sport Iirgc basins in tho sides of the hills nod stone times in the bottoniH near stream + were the drinking places and nil hear the silent marks of the counties herds of outfald elk andI Itllr that oncu roamed over our forests They were called deer licks Near thu month of Mud Lick branch in Ureathltt county and on the land of William L Hurst is one of these licks About onefourtb of a mile from this lick and at the back lido ofa bottom now called Hanks fitId there once stood n beech tree on which were curved the initials of Daniel Boone and bearing the ditto 17il This tree was destroyed ninny years ago but was free quently seen by my father and others when the settlement was in its infancy No doubt Dan and his comrades shot and killed many a deer in Mud Lick as marks on tho trees indicated thnt they hind remained here long enough to re plenish their supplies of provisions From the above date or near that time until the present tho extermination of game has been the pride of the huntet Well I promised to tell of n hunt and must proceed but before doing BO I wish to say that what I have written iis true and what I am going to write is as mOAt stories The hunt took place about llr years ago nod was one of those exciting coon hunts so common in those days The time of the hunt and the place of meeting which was at my house had been fixed Chief among the hunters was Vach Gibbs Vach lord a coon dog which be called Hurley Most everybody around hero remembers old Hurley The time for the meeting had conic and tho hunters pact net Old Hurley was the only dog in the hunt and no one in the party doubted his ability to catch or tree every coon which ho might scent the sign of fur many hid been the coon hides mid possum skins caught by old Hurley and sold by his master at J H Elkins Btore Well supper was over the moon was up and Vach declared it was time to go So I seized my rifle and we were off Our hunting ground lay on a creek called Frozen We were not long entering the woods and were soon on good hunting grounds Old Hurley was now o8 and busily hunting for game laying gone a short distance into thin woods we thought proper to stop and wait until tho dug came up Wo did not wait long until we heard old Hur leys familiar bark about n half toile away That dogs treed said Vach Olf we went and were snap at the place There was old Hurley looking up info a big white oak which was standing on n hillside so steep that it was almost 5m possible w got to it Looking up into the tree wo could plainly see an animalstlllldingon n limb and looking almost an large as a big dog Thats one of the biggest wild cats that run these woods said Vach We both com menced moving up tho hill in order to get in better range for ho and I were tho ones in the party who hind guns I began to stumble anti fall and as I went my gun struck a tree and as T held onto the stock tho barrel went sliding down the hill I caught it however and pro ceeded to tic it together with a hickory withe While I was icing this Vachs gun fired limn animal began to utter some of the most fearful growls I had ever heard Shoot that catamount said Vachflits going to jump and will eat up my dog and us tooIIII cant tell how to aim said I 1110 got a withe around my gllnIIShoot quick and take sight afterwards At the crackof my rifle tho catamount uttered 1 another fierce growl and leaped directly Upon the dog Vach ran up to save the l dog but before he could reach him the t catamount had torn him almost into rings Tho catamount now bounded upon Vach lighting full upon his breast 1 was near at hand and seizing the cata quicklybut1 into him behind his shoulders I then I drew it and cut his throat but it was some time before Vach and I and time lather two men who laid just come up i t mull pull him loose This ended our hunt for that night as untie of the party wanted to take the chance of going thro another niieh an encounter This was the lust catamount I ever saw killed and riot unlikely the last one that was killed in Itreathitt county Lane IKy Uvcu AllKX 0 Foreign Christian Missionary Society This is an organization of tho Chris tian churches Disciples of Christ t with headquarters in Cincinnati Ohio Presi dent C L I4unof Kentucky University U the president of tho society mind A McLean of Cincinnati Ohio is the ror riipondinj secretary The whole world outside of North America u its field It was organized in 18ii and already limes prosperous missions in Japan hina- IndinTurkeyScnimdinuvinmludI i England and a mission is soon to he opened in Africa During the past twentyone years this organization has rmuiscdmind dis bursed nearly one million of dollars Last year the receipts Amounted to fl3 8t721 This society supports 1M mis sionaries huts 4000 members 20 day schools with over 1200 scholar and 71 Sunday schools with 1300 scholars in foreign lauds It hums eight medical min sionaries and last year they treated over 128000 patients The various mission stations last year raised about f 0000 This organization has property in foreign lands valued at nearly 200000 This is a growing enterprise Last year six new missionaries were sent out and a larger number are expected to sail this year There has been an increase in the nnnual receipts of about sfSOOO in less than five years The time the Christian churches make their contributions to the work is tho first Sunday in March We have no doubt that the church in this place will do its full share IF M1 Ruini Cincin oath is the treasurer From the figures of Dr II K Carroll special agent of the Inited States it is learned that this religious body Chris tian church made an increase in this country of 14 per cent from 1890 to I1g9 In fifteen years ho says this body has considerably more than doubled it self The increase is at the rate of nearly 1G4 per cent They now number 1OOH 672 members WI H Conn Hazel Green Ky Feb 11 1897 Here Is Another I Inuring the late campaign the Daily Kanawha Patriot was the capital Orgasm of the wing of tho Democratic party known as tho gold Democrats Saturday evening there was much surprise at n leading editorial in its issue in which was announced the intention to advocate I in the futuro the cause of free silver Its editor says in part The Democratic party proper cast nearly Jl1000 votes in West Virginia in the recent election while that party styling themselves gold Democrats cast less than 700 vote For the success of the last named wingof tho party wo have heretofore been laboring but we have become fully convinced that in stead of achieving anything for Democ racy we have only been working for the siiccesH of the enemy Running a gold standard paper is only helping tho opposition and receiv lug naught for your pains they get the spoils while you got laughed at for the political muss you have made of yourself The gold standard humus been fully tried since W As to its success tho idle fac tories and unemployed millions can testify The bimetallic standard can not make our situation any worse Wo are fully satisfied that even a fiftycent dollar if there is such a thing is better for the toiling masses than nil appreciated dollar that can not be got for labor or tradeA Judge A lute ruling of Judge Oliver in time district court at Rock Rapids Iowa is to tho effect that a roan and his wife are both responsible for tho payment of a newspaper taken and read by the family Judgment in time suns of 28 was ren dered in favor of tho Gcrmania Publish ing Co on the ground that a newspaper is a household necessity Judge Oliver appears to have rend newspapers to some purpose J FAR FAR AWAY Where oh where lias confidence gone Far fur away Twos promised in chunks by the ton Fur far away Elect mel vIll come was McKInleys cry Murk Iliiiinu swore it tray no lie Now Wall strerl point us up to the sky Fur fur nwuy Where oh where till prosperity go Far far sway IIi time tiling tvr nil would like to 1 know Fur fur nwiiy Tin banks they lire liurstiiiK by the score Wages are lower limn ever before And prosperity is on the other shore Far fur auay Where oh where rim we find the Julll Fur fur away Twnnld mike us nil rich we wero told Far fnrnwny They soul it would curve mid start the mill Ilurd times and poverty it would kill limit it never caiii closer thou Wall streets till Far far away Where oh where can those jobs be found Fur faraway Flint lulior was to gel if money WIIK sound Fur fur away About those juts they told us a Ho The only jolt isI MuKinley pic Fur now they are winking the other eye Far fur away In nineteen hundred when will they lie Fur fur away From an outraged people theyll hove to flee Far fur uwtiy With Wall street promises theyll nut lie caught Tho voters with llryaii will east their lot And send guild hugs where the Ill 11111 It is hot Far ffur nwuy TWO OLD BUILDINGS Oldest Church in tho Entire State The oldest church in Fayetto county if not the oldest in Kentucky according to the Lexington Leader is the Walnut Hills Presbyterian church located eight miles from Lexington in East Hickman precinct The church wets established in 178 when the congregation of Pre byterians built a house of worship of logs near the site of the present church For sixteen years this pioneer church building lid service but thin congregation grew in numbers and wealth and in 1801 the present church building wits erected It is built of Kentucky limestone and IB fifty by sixty feet square and about forty feet high There Iis no attempt at archi tectural effect further than the four gothic windows on each side and the large gothic door At limo time of its erection it was the finest church building in Kentucky as its cost was 1000 The first pastor was time Rev Alexander capacityIprominent ministers who were pastors of tIll church may bo mentioned the Rev Robert JJ Hreckinridgo and the Rev 1 J Bullock who was chaplain of the United States senate M First School House In Kentucky On a hillmde near tho border line that divides Woodford from Fayctlo county stands n dilapidated stone build ing that was the first educational insti tution erected west of the Allegheny mountains It is considerably more than 100 years old and the school conducted within it walls was an original branch f tho famous Transylvania university Two presidents George Washington and John Adams made liberal contribu tions towards building and maintaining this school Among the famous men who as boys received tho first rudiments of an educa then in thin stone school liounc were Gov Allen Triigble of Ohio Gov Clark of Kentucky J Cnbell Ureckinrldge the father of Gen John C Itrcckinridgc Dr Robert Kreckinridgo and leis sonex Com grcssmaii W C P llrcckinridgo Thos F Marshall Kentuckys famous orator mind Dr L W Green president of Hamimpden Sidney college For the past ten years time historic building has been utilized as a store house for plunder s An exchange tells of a delinquent sub scriber who paid up all arrearages and ono year in advance and recovered from n severe case of chronic rheumatism Come in gentlemen and throw away your crutches CONSPIRACY To Kill Judge and Prosecutor Confessed DyIIDnd Gratz Arnott- A Puintftvillu specie to tho Enquirer says This morning in tho Mngoffin circuit court GraU 11 Arnett made a confession in which ho stated that Lean der Risner encouraged him to make tho attempt on time Iifof Judge In H Red wine He al o stated that they intended to callon Commonwealths Attorney All Howard tho same night but owing to tho excitement in their call on Judge Red wiume they thought it best not to do so AH soon as the confession was made by Arnett Commonwealth Attorney Howard had till ease of the common wealth iigainst Leander Risiier rcdock dell In tho famous RisnerDeskinH battle near t5nlyerllilleull new years duty 181M in which Hill Dcskins and John Davis were killed and a number wounded Leander lustier was indicted for tho murder of John Davis nod after several unsuccessful attempts at securing n jury Commonwealth Attorney Howard agreed that the case ho filed away during good behavior of the prisoner Risner was arrested and placed under 2r00 bonds nod tho case sot for the Juno term of time circuit court FOUR MEN AND A BOY IN JAIL Accused By tho Coroners Jury of Mar dering Cockram- A Ml Sterling special to tho Enquirer says The cold bloodcti murder of James M1 Cockram theJ cJerilon i lie merchant at the house of Widow Kenned Tuesday night produced another sensation today when four moro suspects besides Bury Hay wood were landed in jail Tho in quest was begun this morning before Coroner George C Eastin and lasted till late in tho day and when the jury returned from their room they exploded a lbamlmhell The verdict was We time jury fluid that time killing of James Cockram was tho result of a conspiracy concocted planned and executed by Ilury Haywooy John Smith Henry Hawkins Robert Chambers and Robert Sheppard The lust four were witnesses in the case and eagerly testified in behalf vf their friend Hay wood Before they could get out of time city warrants wero served on them and all were placed in jail Chambers and Hawkins made every effort to secure bail but were not sue cessful Chambers is constable of pre cinct No 4I this county and is a candi date fur reelection his excuse for being at tho Kennedy womans house on the night of the killing and his failure to arrest Hay wood was considered itisuf ficient Smith is from Clark county and in u stranger hero Hawkins is n farmer tumid a shrewd politician but has never been in verious trouble before Sheppard is only about 14I yeats of age but is regarded by time authorities an tough as they get them for his age It may bo that ho will turn states evidence and tell the whole Htory There was groat excitement when the arrests wero made but coolheaded men have quieted timings and it is believed that tho law will bo allowed to mike its course unless Sheppard should tell it all and then tho prisoners would be in great danger NftublUhed house in Kentucky Hiihtry 780 payable 15 weekly amid expciine Inidtioii permanent llefiireiicn Knuloxit aelfnddrex ltulldimiglIdcngoI Likes Its Politics Al AMH lilJCIIANAV Goy M Feb Jl Editor HritAMc Enclosed find 1 to pay for TftH 11 Kit A u one year I like Tin HKKAIDH views on the money question as well as others on politics Heing a native of Wolfe county your paper is quito n treat Hoping you may convince many of their mistake on finance III the next four years and wish ingTnli HKIIAMIMICCCM I am Respectfully MoMii Lrrru WANTED Walnut and Cherry Logs 10 incites and up in diameter 10 to 11 feet long Apply to GIrt n itr UIIOH LUJIUKII Co Louisville Ky RICH RED ILOOD IB the foun of good health That IB why Hoods Sarsaparilla tho One True I Blood ruriilcr gives HEALTH WOLFE COUNTY Oat Cue rreeoy Died on the 16th hist infant child of Leo Taulbee of Deylln creek torn to tho wife of G1 W Iovolnco n gold standard boy name McKinloy Rev George Hlcronymous and wife are visiting their son indaw G W Robe iiiHbu j Rev J L West was called to Torrent today to see John Tutt who Is not ex pected to live J N Sword of Flat has sold a fine I lot of poplar timber to 8 F Allen who will haul it to Devils creek whence tho lugs will be floated to market Mrs Liza Iloggof Jackson is visiting the fatally of hor u1JawlnmesIutt of Stillwater this county She is time mother ot tho title Thomas Hogg of Jacknon and David Hogg who was for many years clerk of tho Wolfo county court but is now a resident of Indian territory Tom Hollon of Lane is attending school at tho academy lucre and who lieven truly that courtship and boII ship will mix started for Aberdeen Saturday evening but was arrested at Oklahoma and brought back The last wo saw of him he was standing in front of a dorabell ringing hia hands i On the 13th lust John Putt son of Elvin Tutt of Campion wan finally shot i by Dave Spencer near Torrent station on tho L R 11C railroad in this county According to time information able to obtain it was one of tho foulest deeds ever done on Wolfe county soil Tutt I fell in with two lewd women under thoII escort of Dave Spencer mind Adkins kills and Spencer were drunk and iminc dlotoly began cursing and IIhulllngruttfSpencer drew a pistol and Tutt who was f unarmed begged Spencer not to IIhooljj him Hpcncor hesitated lId Adldnrtold hint to shoot if ho intended to Ho I fired four times at Tutt with thn rCHuIttt that Putt WRIt shot through the body i twice and can riot recover County At 1 torney A II Stamper went to Torrent I on time 1Hli and took Tuttn dying declaration Adkins in in jail hero and will have his examining trial on the 18th Ii inst Spencer in at large Fob 18 SIOGUM i Weilsyan Academy ItemsIEnrollment to date 1li7II r Five new students arc expected to enIIroll this weekISecond society programme given Rat urday evening Miss Ilicronyuioun of Leo will enter i school next tern and will take normal i course and music Mr R Gi Htimlong of tho industrial d9 department hUH tho shop in under and is working on furniture for school iim Music department in collecting a variety of pupils arid instruments Timers iin considerable mimic talent in tho faculty sins Pepper plays the cornet violin unit mandolin Mr Hutnlon the vlolon Miss Quickoull the organ and MUs No lie time piano Rotdraaklng by Convicts The only WilY prisoners can be employred without competing with free labor is to put them to work on public improve ments that could not he constructed for yearn to conic but for tho IItillzntiollff upon then of labor of this sort In thin WilY there may he secured improvement of inestimable value for all time that the public might not have felt warranted in constructing under other circum stances There In no doubt that good j roads would bo worth almost any amount to a community but It is practically Im possible to get taxing bodies to take fromjj time people tho sums necessary for construction Making of good ronellijj would bo in many respects ideal employ t j1andj1 IJenoupbIJ 1 i I argued that the popular sense would revolt at the eIght of convicts under guard at work In the presence of tho public This objection has some weight but It should not be made to appear Insuper able Chicago Uccordof J a 1 i r k hJJ iC IrI t t6 HAZl atf Y IkY i RE1S tY Fpb lE1E0- 7ANNOtNCE4ititi j a o f iai t Oantrra q 9forl7 i 9f WlU JJofI le RqnrNlrrrn JUj t- nLtlki n U u II c n4 i tft fur ClltftC- Jut1Mp tit Mnro+ p Cnentj RNtiJert It artter eft t 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to New York in n regular poultry car 3800 teas 200 geese 125 ducks andI TiO guineas Mrs Marion Owens died in Bourbon county a few minutes after upper and while she wax telling her husband how wall she felt Mra Kitty Wnrreu an aged ludy was found dead in Ithu western edge of Laruo county with her neck broken Foul play suspected A movement has been set on foot toI have all the largo distillers in tho stnt I form a pool similar to the one formed by the tobacco warehouses Tho 7 year old son of Mrs Mary Hoi landof Mt Savage swallowed ten pills instead of taking one as directed und may die from tho eflectfl Frank Ivtkrldge a farmer residing near Hardinsburg raised lost year l00 buflhels of corn on 150 acres with n Hinglo plow anti did all the work himself Willie Jeffries of Middlewburg caught an eagle which incntuircd six feet andI six inches from tip to tip in a steel trap Ho tied a boll to it anti turned it loose Mrs Jennie lillie who is said to have 25000 which she recently drew in n lottery is suing her penniless husband1 for divorce at Lexington charging non supportFloyd Harper a 1C yearold boy died very suddenly and mysteriously in lion tcrsvlllo the other day The physicians miy it was caused by excessive use ofr cigarettesWalter Collins aged 20 while walkin n alongside A small stream in IVnMhingt- ocounty was seized with a fit and Jell inI and was drowned Tho water was on 10 inches deep A llrentliitt county man deposited 1200 in the Deposit bank of Eminence ono day last week There was a 9500I gold certificate and the balance in greenbacks and currency Several of tho wealthiest and mos prominent citizens of Marion county have been indicted for giving to the as fcssor Irfcorrcct lists of their property The penalty 11111 fine not exceeding 1600 A boiler exploded in tho county jailI at Frankfort utterly wrecking tho office and seriously injuring several persons who were in the room James 0 Rogers ono of the injured men has since died Mt Sterling bachelors have organize- themselves d into a Gander Club nn- meet nightly to havcIIn good time t Appropriately named for any womn who marries ono of them must bo a gooseA Acellnger an old Knox county farmer was shot and killed by his son The old man naked his son for a revolver which ho carried when tho young man ropUcdIII will giro you part of it and shot him through tho heart killing him instantlyCharles Howard who lives within n few miles of Vine Grove has n hen that Is 21 years old says the Eizxbethtowt- News She is still halo and hearty an nothing seems to mar tho happiness or tbo appearance of the bird except the loss of ono eye A Tcnncssecau came into Middlcsboro during the recent cold spoil with seven small children and offered them to any bodywho wanted them Their mother had just died and ho was unable to support them Ho had poor success and took nil back but two Fifty soldiers of the Louisville Legion accompanied William Black the negro who assaulted Mrs Clark in Marion county to Lebanon Black pleaded guilty to attempted rape and was given the fall limit seven years at hard labor id tfat penitentiary He was delivered there the same day A wen known Christian county mer goat nkicil afcOMg ether cds acme U rat traps from n wholesale house When the traps came one pffthcu had six large rodents imprisoned which it is supposed were caught at one transfer station while II en route says the Hopknsvillo Kentuck ian The merchant declined to receive time catch nnd the wholesale house was notified by the railroad agent thatIItbe rats shipped its customer were refused and were held subject to their order Several days ago Dr Davis of Clifton allowed his cow to run about in the rear yard says the Louisville Post She broke into an outhouse and ate n barrel of apples That afternoon when the maid got through milking she was surprised to notice that tho cow had given n gallon nnd a half of pure hard cider Instead of drinking milk that evening Dr Davis family enjoyed the cider Many people heard of the strange occur fence but did not believe the story Dr Davis invited thorn around to his house the next morning nnd to add proof t the strange incident he allowed tho colored man who works nt his house to drink a quart and time negro became drunk VA TElJSglm FAITHFUL MK trench to travel for responsible es tablished house in Kentucky notary Si80 payable 15 weekly and expenses Position permanent Reference Enclose selfaddress BulltlnSCbSmall Wagos Probably tho poorest paid mail con tractor in Kentucky if not in the United Stano ford Interior Journal That paper says Ben Hiirdin who is just back from Monticello tells us that Charles Burton who carries tho mail daily except Sun day from Burnsido to that town gets only one cent a year It is twenty miles between the points and it is necessary to travel forty miles n day or 12f 20 miles during the year The payments on star routes are made quarterly and the ques tioa arises as to how Uncle Sam is going to pay time quarter of a cent but tho con tractor will not likely sue if tho pay meats are postponed till tho lust quarter and then tho government can forward the copper which will be in full The worst part about the business is that Mr Burton has the contract for four yenta at tho same rote The cause of the re markable low price for the contract it that Burton was determined to taco tho route over an enemy who was also a bidder and besides bo had stages and hor ses which he had been using for years for that purpose He hardly ever makes passengersncome out even At any rate ho will en hoyTo Care Cold In One DoT 1Tako Laxative Bromo Qnlnine Tablets All druggists refund the money if it ftt11- I to euro 2fic MA Catastrophe The train was roaring along about forty miles an hour and the conducter was busily punching tickets full of holes when n little thin old man who sat in ono of the corner scats plucked his sleeve Mister Conductor you be sure and let mo off nt Specrs Station You see this is tho first time I overrode on steam Cjirs and I dont know anything bout them You wont forget It eh Q1 HAII right sir I wont forget lockdwith increasing wonder at tho flying exclaimn ing Gracious1 1 By gum etc Suddenly there was n crash and after a number of gymnastic moves that made him think of his school days he lound himself sitting on the grass of the em bankment alongside the track Seeing another passenger sitting n lIuplortlingr across his logs he inquired fils this Specrs crossing The passenger who was n dm miner happend considerable pain No this is catastrophe Ills that so ho irritably exclaimed I Now I knew that conductor would put moot nt the wrong place Harpers Round Table TRADERS DEPOSIT BANK- MT STERLING KY 0CAPITAL 200000I SunpLUS 30000 0J JI BIORTAFF President Q L KIRKPATRICK Vice President W W THOMSON Cashier 0We respectfully solicit the business ofmer chants farmers traders and business men generally throughout Eastern Kentucky A general banking business done Give us a chance to lend you a bank book way your cheelu cad loan you money when ia need W W THOMrsoKt Cashier That Tickling1llIcTnrlJoneyn byInflammationbranes of the throat and respiratory organs A purely vegetable com healIngandInvlgoratingmedicinal propomost stubborn coughs ns well as LaGrippeDR BELL- SPineTarHone everywberoat3cob0c receiptorThe K K Motherland Medicine Companr Paducah Kentucky TAKE YOUR CHOICE 0 HERES A GOOD THING The Hazel Green Tlerald1 00 ThriecaWcek World 1 002 00 Both Pllllorll One Year 1 C i HERES ANOTHER- The Hazel Green lierald1 00 rineinnnli Weekly Enquirer 751 75 Both 1apern One year 1 50 AND STILL ANOTHER The Hazel Green Tterald1 00 LouisvilleWeekly rommrclal 1 002 00 lloth Papers One Year 1 25 THIS IS A CORKER The Hazel Green IIlrRld11 00 Ixtulsvillc Kveniiifi Post 5 006 00 Both Papers One Year li 70 YOU CANT MISS THIS The Hazel Green lleruld1 00 Toledo Weekly Illade 1 002 00 Both Papers One Year 1 25 JUST LOOK AT THIS The Hazel Green ITerald1 00 Twice nWeek CourrJournal 1002 00 Both Papers One Year 1 50 ANOTHER BARGAIN The Hazel Green llerald1 00 Home k Farm nemiMioiilhly 50I 50 Both Iupersone ear125 ONCE MORE The Hazel Green IIcrlllll1 00 The Cosmopolitan monthly i 00S2 00 Both one year 180 tiTThls offer IIs open to new sultsrlbcrs who pup one year in advance and to nil old subscriber who pay up arrears and one subs scribe Send for sample copies EWAny publication in the United States T1lEtdiscount Address THE HERALD Hazel Green Ky VNTIL NOVEMBER 1st u500 Watches at 000 u 800 000 u 1000 700 45 2000 1500 u 10000 7500 FINE DIAMOND RINGS 750 nnd upward GOOD VALUES AT 1000 nnd upward Alarm Clocks at OOc and upward Fino Clocks nt 350 and upward A line of Sterling Silver and Plated Ware suitable for Wed ding pals at proportionately low pric- esFRED J HEINTZ 135 E MAIN STREET Near Pt 0 LEXINGTON KY T COLVIN Wo WITH TRIMBLE BROTHERS WnOlBSalB GrOGBrS MT STERLING KY Lexington and Eastern Railway Time Table In Effect April 1 1896 WEST BOUND I I INo5I exlI STATIONS I eX1DLexington 10 Avon 9 31 am 3 55 prn Winchester 0 10 am 2 25 pm Falrlie 8 M urn Indian Fldx 8 37 am IputI 8 19 am 11 40 um StantonII 8 10 am 11 20 am Filson j 7 55 am 10 48 am Dundee 7 43 am 10 17 am Nat Bridge 7 38 am 10 07 um Torrent 7 24 urn 9 35 not Realty ve Jc 7 03 am 8 25 am Three FksC 0 53 am 8 00 am Athol G 32 nm 7 18 am Elkatawii 6 OS am C 30 am Jackson 6 00 nm n 10 am EAST BOUND NoC STATIONS No2 Daily ex Daily Sunday Lexington 2e0 pm 6 30 stn Avon 2 47 pm 7 OS nlll Winchester 3 07 pm 8 10 am Fairlie 3 21 pm 8 54 um Indian Flds 3 37 9 24 am Clay Clty1 3 55 pmtI 11 45 um Stantou 4 05 pm 12 10 pm Filson 4 18 pin 12 41 pm Dundee 4 32 pm 1 15 pm Nat Bridge 4 37 pm 12i pin Torrent 4 51 pin 2 00 pm JleAtte Jcl 5 III pin 3 05 JlII- IThre fkll SO pui 25 pm Athol CIIi 48 pm 4 12 pm Elkutnwu 12 pui 5 05 jjm Jackson 20 pm fi 20 pm Nos 1 and 2 arrive and depart from C S 0 Union depot nt Lexington All freight trains arrive told depart from Ncthcrland J D LIVINGSTON Vice 1res and Gen Man CHAS SCOTT len Pans A- gentRhPANS1 Packed Without Glass TLIrJ FOB FIVE CENTS nlpansTsbnleslrprepemtfrom Icollr put up for Ibo purptwe of meeting the unlrtnuU modern demand for ft low price lltCtmoNBTakoo one et meal or tat time or whenever you Swallow le whole with or without a mouthful of water They MIre all stomach trouble i banUh rain i Induce rirrp I prolonir lIfo An InralutMe tonic Slut hprltxr Medicine No matter what the matter one will do you good One plTiw relief a cure will nvult If directions Are followed Tile nroccnt peckag a ore not rlt to be had or all dealers althooBh it Ia probable that almost plywhcnrtquesteIbyacusbmertdoooi carton OntelnlnJttn uihnlnt wfll bo cent purl agepaht toanyaudniMforflrecrntiiin + mpa fornarded to the Untlthelgroodtaretlioru- oughlylntrndue1 flplUtfl lit New ork tothetnulo irenUnnd dicta will Iw rupplied rt A prle which will allow them a fair margin oflIt tli1 Idotrn car tuna U dozen lU cartons fora9bymallforLrt arnswiUc- artons for 81L2 U prom Jeoo cartons for ilfrX Cauli with Um order In every case and freight or exprccn cbargca at the buyers cost I TIBLERJSPILBBUOK OINTMENT CURES NOTHING BUT PilESiiA SURE and CERTAIN known for IB years as II BEST REMEDY for PILES SOLD mr ALL DnvaaiftTftrr- mridtrlMHAlDSOHlttD CO CTtGCIS THE INCIDENTS OF LIFE Write to T S QUINCEV Drawer ICO Chicago Secre tary of the STAR ACCIDENT COMPANY for Information regarding Accident Insur ante Mention Ihlj paper Dy so doing you can save membership fee Has paid over 00000000 fiaccidental injuries Be your own Agent uU MEDICAL EXAMINATION REQUIRED n Wioes1er Bank WINCHESTER KY N H WITHEUSPOON President RD HUNTER Cashier Paid up Capital 20000000 Surplus 6000000I This Honk solicits the accounts of mer chants farmers traders and business men Kentuckyzand ofleiltlmate COMBS HOUSE CAMPTON KY J B HOLLON PROPRIETOR The patronage of the traveling public is respectively solicited Table the best and every Attention to the comfort ofguests J A VAtHCiBEE 81 D Physician and Surgeon HAZEL GREEN KY Ifil Surgery and obstetrics especially WantedAn Ideasw patatr tic Pro rour 14AUJ ArtIt1M THE TWCEAWEEK 1 1tit rCi t 100 A YEAR Issued SaturdayMornings Ueplnnlne Jnnunry 1 1897 the Weekly Court rJourniil WUM chuitvcl to the Twice ftV ek CourierJoiirnnl Publication days are 1 icdncsiliiy timid Saturday The Wed 1 taper will lhe devoted to news and- political topics The Saturday issue will be devoted to stories inlseellunv pictures po etrv eten perfect family paper Iliaeh 1 Issue will hi six pages or 12 pages n week an increase of tare pages n week 104 pages or SUI column a year The politics of the paper will not be- cbnogednmid the bAttle for pure Democracy and true Democratic principles will be con tinued successfully in the future ns In the past In spite of the expense iifvnhcd in the iniprovenientu noted the price of the Twice n week CoiirierJonrntil will remain the same 1 u year A feature during tho coining rear will he the editorials of Mr Henry Wntterson on political and other topics ot time day Daily CourliTJoorniil 1 year MO OH llnlly nod Sunpny 1 year K Ot Sunday alone 1 year a 00 TWICE AWEEK i1j U1Jil 1J tVbUlr AND THK HAZEL GREEN HERALDE- ACH ONE YEAR 1z1 150oU1T t We have made a special clubbing arrange ment with the Twice n week CourierJour nut and will send that paper and ours forth price named to all our subscribers who will reicw and pay in advance or to all new subscribers who will pay in advance Sample copies of CourierJournal sent free on application All subscriptions under this off or must be sent to TIlE HAZEL QUEEN HERALD John R McLeans Great Newspaper Without a single exception there is beyond doubt no greater or more popular newspaper in the United States than the Cincinnati Enquirer or a more successful publisher than its proprietor Mr John R McLean The oldtime prices for the Daily Enquirer have been maintainedand its circulation largely increased each year j hard times and cheaper jour nals failing to 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