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Iir- Jr I r ay r THE HAZEL GREEN HERAbDI h = 00 o Established March 4 18S5 Mado Famous in the Story of Jonathan andIfla Continent by Max ORoll I COOPER Ownor and EditorSPENCER dk or R Neb world1 With Nnwtp From All Nntlon LuiMhrlnc nt ills JAck +s SIOO A YEAR Always In Advance THIKTEENTH YEAR HAZEL GREEN WOLFE COUNTY KENTUCKY THURSDAY MAY 20 1897 NUMBERSlUIIooa I i I L raCZ2r I CORRESPONDENCE h Z7sLit71iZ s7 44 I 2 yv want a letter from each corres pondent every week to reach this officeI not later than 1nVnJay evening even It it con talus nothinir more important than 1nrKon Jones and Itrotliir Smith swapping nags This may seem foolish to you lint you dun we say and we will answer for the ctmse iiiiiutM What Tin IIiiti wants is a record of plain tmts of interest to time pcu- 1It11I your neighborhood null not n verlione Illusion appealing only to the egotism and vanity of the writer 0 WOLFE COUNTY Lane Lilies Farmers nre busy trying to plant corn between showers Thos C Hoi Ion is confined to his room with heart trouble- J K Elkins has got sixtyfive acres of corn planted Heat that Grassy Creek if you onn Wo have singing every Sunday even ingat the new church Taylor Sewell is class leader William J Hollon of Jackson passed through here Saturday en routo to Mor gnu county to lee his first love Nathan Hollon is preparing to move to Hazel Green We havent learned as yet what his occupation will be On Thursday of last week Caleb Camp bell of near Campion in the latest style led to the altar which was tastefully and charmingly decorated with the rarest and sweetest lowers n lovely and beau tiful bride Miss Itosa M I ml ion and then and there before the eyes of Divine Providence milt many earthly witnesses was united in the holy bonds of niatri rnony This capped tho climax of the long expected wedding and everything culminated in a blaze of glory The ceremony was read by ex Jailer Joint It Hobbs The attendants were Thos C Hollon and Miss Hello Patlon The bride is a beautiful lose of 17 years tho groom is a young titan of high ability and sterling integrity May their path way ever be strewed with Mowers is the wish of- May 17 SiiAxniiAi From Our Kcuuhir Correspondent Key J A Sewell preached at Elkins Chapel on Sunday lust Scott Gibbs who has consumption is very low with no sign of his recovery Jlning this week George Terrell who has been on rrMrs list for several days is well to bo out again Benj Sewell tho newly appointed amonghisJohn Graham is dangerously bad off lIe is not able to tell what ails him but the opinion of the people is that he has got a heart trouble Uncle John and Aunt Polly Hollon two of the oldest persons in this section paid their daughter Mrs J A Sewell a viit on Sunday last Several of the prettiest belles and nice young men will take a flying trip to Campton the latter part of this = week to tale in tho entertainment of the K W1 College 4 l Little John Scwe mysteriously disapi ltomcftSyndtiyWlienber hatbeenhave befm dovn to G S Terrells enter OlutfetLel I J J Way i8I GOLD Duo oliver 1o lIWmroJiver 8 Uncle nuVMcNabb IssufTeting much lthrbe mtltI8mI Aaron Mnnnin of Omer stayed Ml fover ff nelghlborhoodtV There spill be an entertainment tit Sandfield Childrens day Particulars will be given In our noxtIWe learn that Frank Mannin has acv onfreight a 11ii tr pt t Stephen McPherson mornII mornfogendcavorIbrowA series of meetings are to begin a Saudfiold next Friday night to he con ducted by Revs Tyler Combs ami Fulks of Campion neighburlmod tcrtaininent at Campion Of course they expect a nice time Miss Lou Ward of II G Amul Miss Mollie Cox of lulllern toll are spending a few days at homo with friends IIIIclreIl arises in this part of the moral vineyard The Sunday school at Sandfield is progressing well Wo have an average of fifty in regular attendance and much interest iis being manifested Slay it grow in prosperity Uncle Jim Whcatlcy tumid John Shoe maker have just returned from Kentucky river where they have been on a fishing expedition They had good Iluck and caught about eighty pounds of fine fish May 18 SlllNKii n Qlllmore Gleanings E C Jones hints gone to Lee county on business There will be some fruit peaches and apples but not a general good prospect for most other kinds W L Close and E C Jones returned Sunday from taking Mrs Elizabeth Hush to the asylum at Lexington Farmers are about ten days late in this vicinityowing to so much wet weather Corn planting is just under good headway this week May is Uxcu IIMI MORGAN COUNTY West Liberty Whisperings Rev S J Adams preachedlat Cancy Sunday W W Mankcr of Maytown is visit ing III town Iho toads fr m hero to Morchead are nearly impassable J II Cole lost ten fino hogs last week caused by eating burrs W M Kendall took a nice bunch of cattle to Elk Fork lat week to graze Robert Dickon says he will commence making brick tomorrow if winter breaks We have looked and looked but have never seen the air ship vetnun still looking Forty or fifty conversions at the Methodist church during Bro Ilonneys meeting A great ninny of the town folks at tended meeting at tho Wells schoolhouse Sunday evening Ye weary traveler can find rest at J II Coles new hotel as it is about com pleted Jolly Jim can entertain and care for you May 17 16 TO 1 Ezel Exotics Misses Ora Cecil and Liza Henry hove feverJ F Haven salesman for a Cincinnati grocer ompnQY interviewed our merchants last week n tII l Misses Rachel t 1 ickehIsand Myrtle AVoolery vial 141 Mu MaryIograjji on Grassy Sunday bujggyka kj JhoyijidJ- MiMLaunrzDentii8 wfieso I Inrgswdit have rClJfrT CIicrctoforo jsnp Aboter j andjicrJBcoy himI lbought to be doubt v fu- hfr I 11H I I If s Vi A ftfti nrmeroFi4rasayl4e4 of Dr ttlclcYl jSatuVtlitr rifeht tad- rItf J t ISunday Yai Iiiiohdon OfJ1t8Y rcckpreachjcd a very i tercsjJIIgerm ni1 1 liousdlSundayp ingh toeiuo ti4jv- EJt13ifaudiencetV fp7+ roH1 jQWarnrd4JJ conceived that 1 was not entipfdwith I th6 way the county primary tcrniirJttcd Mrs S B Kaui of Hazel Greon visit ed Miss Lqiira pennialom Sunday till Monday rnornimr len she rotntmedto Uazel Green to attcnflto neriniDinerJ trade 4 I I 0 4 t 1J If It1 J 1 tJ u MADE FAMOUS In the story ol loimllinn anti His Conti nent by Max OHell When you want to rend a real live newspaper THE llAKI nYtlIrulI8 freet1 tlIlhAcrllSlllIllIlIhscrlltllllllnll1SIKNCK COOPKIt hazel Ireeu Ky Kerry Picratt and David Rose Eels drummers left yesterday for noth well from which place they will go to tho L ift K and C R 0 railways respectively to drum for their houses Jas Nickcll and Q C Daniel have tho contract fur building the new school bouse at Ezel their bid being thin lowest JfLeingion and ere lung Ezel will have the best school building in the county- A T Pieratt our genial postmaster and merchant left Saturday for Kidd yule Montgomery county to accom Ipany his daughter Mrs Dr Ix ckhart to Ezel They returned yesterday even ing Mrs Lockhavt will spend a mouth with her parents and relatives here Your scribe attended church services at vldI Grassy Sunday at 11 am and heard Prof llalley deliver his last ser mon in Morgan county for n while any way and perhaps always Services were attended by an immense crowd and all seemed to enjoy the sermon splendidly after which your scribe partook of a luxurious dinner with Scott Oldiield of MizeMay 18 0 K The rule of this ofhVo is not to boom any local candidate who does not an nounce in time Tin If1nALnEfJB- aytown Missiles All of our peoplo that could get a cow calf sheep or pig are on the Mt Sterling market Too much rain to Iplant corn hence the traders nil gone Uncle Joe Clark the boss carpenter of the mountains of Kentucky is putting up W W Markers mill house Tho prospect for a good wheat crop was neverJ better hero the 20lh of May lira Moniker will he ready to male lour by harvest if he has good luck Uro R Lockhart was elected from Maytown church as a delegate to tho district conference at Campion Mrs Hello flanker and Miss Lillian Patrick delegates to represent our Sunday school at the same time and place Our f Sun day school on Sunday elected Miss Nan min Day a delegate to represent our school at tho Sunday school convention jto bo held at Elkins chapel Wolfe coun- tyI July 3 1897 Find enclosed cash for bills ordered for Hall ft Co carding machine Many 1 thanks for prompt returns EnJ Time Ifirm will start a corn mill next week J T Sexton has the contract for building Ithe mill house and will Ihave it ready I for the machinery1 this week Hope the readers of THE HERALD will not under stand mo to say that ho did the work No not Tom iIM never been accused of that he being president of the sons of r9t jX nm e ycarcfulabout making my weekly report iilS WINGLESS tAcademy Notes pupUspIcates to teach Iudley Howard left Saturday to ar range for teaching a school this Bummer aea 7 dW IsoJ FBentdn k r Alin NaomV Osborn ia visiting her p nfonJj thia week and Samuel Oaborn ia ot 1frhornOfn account of sickness Examination begin tin Monday at 8 6rclockjf = Faithful ptjDJj remain in a4bQD1 irpughxoxaminationeSblrkingi- at sncha tiaipho i icksef thorouglf ItttrkilPt s C T r AcADEMITE 1 itollowlirg postmasterfl fortr fo ElktiirkFrcnchburg famqa Aicmitage Lonesome SfeneYca county G M Hana nj Lykins Thes Keetorif Mary IF Montgomery Hager 8 PBimor all in Magoffln i Pay that scription n 0 THC PENCILER AND THE OAT Adam Didnt Know When Ho Was Doing Well and Eve Broke the Bank U Suppose you were II mint asked The Pcneiler of Isis Cat as The Cat saunter I led i in with a spring feverish sort of an I expression upon its face and a difgwalcd look in its one eye 1Vell Im not n man and Im glad of it broke in The Cat II Hold on Im not through yet Test HUpK so you were a man what would be the first thing you would do after o- ultiednrtrl your ghost entered the land of dreams so to speak The first thing Id do repeated Tho Cat Why thats easy The first thing 1M do would be to hunt up tho ghost of Adam and kick it full of holes and then if I could find Mrs Adam whose maiden name was Eve I would proceed to pullout all of her back hajr You see my boy its this ray continued The Cat as it stopped to scratch beneath its data Aden and his wife are responsible for all our troubles Things are not carried on as the Creator intended that they should bo In the first plane tho Garden of Helen of which Adam was made overseer was not laid of an n temporary park or lower garden for Mr and Mrs Adams solo benefit whore they might haven private menagerie HUll loaf ing placo generally with monopoly on the mida stands nil milk shako machines No sir it was not so intended nail in time name of humanity I protest that there has been a great misunderstanding of tho original plan remarked The Cat The Pencilor waited for The Gilt to resume and presently it continued 11 It was intended that the Garden of Eden should last through all the ages for time enjoyment of the millions of amen mill women who were to inhabit the globe Under the original plans and speci lien tions man was not to work at all mad all seasons were to be spring There was to- hel 110 diease no trouble mid no plagues Think of this Say that this morning instead of being at work you were out in that section of the Garden of Eden which took in the medical spring down on Dicks river and that nun as the sun is coming down hot and tho air here is fullof clods you were there swinging in a hammock with a trained monkey on one side tanning you with a palm lent and another ono ready on the other hand to answer your commands As you lay there entirely oblivious of fusion tick ets gas hills the bank tax etc the breeze would steal down time hillside bearing tine incense of a million roses and from overhead would come the songs of natures choristers When tho dinner hour arrived a glanco from you would senda monkey scampering into tho neighboring grove and directly he would return bearing dates bananas oranges broiled quail manna cigars and tho morning papers without a thought from you as to why whence or wherefore You would then take a nap and after dinner your whole family would go out for a walk through the zoological garden In the evening you would return to your hammock wrap tho drapery of night about you and lie down to pleasant dreams Now this is what I would call a very rich snap resumed Tho CatIIJJutlook what Adam didlI Ho couldnt aland prosperity Like many of his offspring of today ho didnt know when ho was well off although wo are told that it was Mrs Adam who broko tho bank so to speak and put the garden into time hands of a receiver Anyway tho couple developed a welldefined case of swell head and concluded to run things in op position to tho rules and regulations Then our troubles btPh With tIle advent of the snake into the firm camo all the other ilia which have be n multi plying until this cjay AlongTwIth the fall of Adam came high laundrjed eel Jars iusjead of 4tie cool and flexible giapr flprfgwhtek IJisiagiBiB Garden of Eden swell placed pbintj their necks j andwhen Eve cast off hoc charming gofrn of fig leaves she put on tyrannical stays hot and stiff and fluffy shirt waists and all that sort of thing In fact all of the curses of clvllizatidhfrom mean whisky to the afternoon teas are trace able directly to that conspiracy between Ereand the snake Adam might havo I oavcdthe day but Ere the original now I woman bossed the old mini and he fell Thnts why I say I have a personal griev mince against thin whole layout and when I do enter the other realm I ohall square myself with Adam Evo and the snako or raise tho biggest muss that will havo been seen inspirit land remarked Tho CatHarry Glovannoli in Danvlllo AdvocataKentucky WashlnrjtonSenator K J Hampton late a candidate for United States marshal for internal rove nue agent for Kentucky and Tennessee Time matter will 00n little surprise to Mr Hampton who knows nothing about what his friends have been doing for fightforof tho most deserving Republicans in tho state Tho Honntor willingly endorsed hum for tho position The place pays about 5000 and expanses 1 It iis said hero tonight that Mr N T Neal will bo Harnctts deputy in tho surveyor of tho ports ollico It in thought that time eleventh district will ho well taken care of in the minor posi tions Dr Hunter has been ofiered by this president his choice among four foreign missions Peru und Brazil are tho only two known one is thought to be in Europe and the other can not U located Ho is now trying to mako up his mind just which one he will take A party of successful and unsuccessful pie hunters and a few others called upon Dr Hunter this afternoon and presented him with u fine gold watch Adjt lien Inn Collier hind another long interview with Senator Deboo this afternoon but could get no satisfaction He was informed that Barnett was cur tain to bo surveyor of time port Congressman Pughs pie hunting con stituents are doing n lot of kicking be cause Mr Pugh has not worried him self very much as to whether or not they get offices They say that ho ban been saving his powder for Judge Thom as and has made everything cluo a sec ondary matter All of which is doubtless true Senator De hoe and friends of Gov Bradley expected him hero yesterday The governor evidently changed his naiad and concluded that ho would do friends morn host than good by coming The afterthought was doubtless wise upon tho part of the governor Tho friends of Crumbnugh and Buck ncr still claim that they aro in time fight to win There is either some big bluffing going on or Senator Deboea slate will receive a severe fracture Tho four Republican members of the Kentucky delegation last night indorsed Dr James for marshal There mire soy oral ninnies on Senator Dcboos slate that will hardly bo thus honored If so it will bo reluctantly Most of tho defeated candidates for istato offices will go home tonight At torney General Taylor Col Taylor of Ohio and Auditor Stone will also leave Washington cor CourierJournal May 10 AN ACROSTIC ForTiiKllKRAin Written to Miss Malta James by E O Moulin of ISushton mon receipt of a letter to her at that place announcing the illness of her ulster Miss Virgle of our town Morning dawnn n purple glow hang oer cintcrn skies And everybody U merry but faryoiti sea It In your eyes Lot night you got a letteryou must at once depart LordI This theta is the trouble which haw settled on your heart And it fa your darling ulster who on her sickbed lies Jesus too ii at her bedside He Is everywhere WAnd your sorrows and your troubles will not bo 10 hard to bear More hope more love more friendship there will In around Every place nnd every home where Jesuit can be found 80 drlye away your sorrow friend for Ito will surely care No More Hard Tfaee adjustlugl bJJ 1 T a L A ti t tA e i A t 11 ri ME HERALDiU- OER OOOFE1 t Editor Ii HAZEL GREEN KY THURSDAY Mny 20 189- 7ANNOUNCEMENTS for Slate Senator Wo are ntitlmrlzeil to announce JOHN A TAULBKK of IIazel Orten ns n nnmllilato for Ktnte IHvinilor for the 11th Senatorial iIlNtrlct subject to tau notion of the Demo orutlo party For Surveyor of Morgan County WflRre nitthorltud to 1111111111 lie JAMES S HALSKY a n candidate for County Stir veyor of Morgan county subject to tnu lc clslon nl the voters ut the November 1807 election RESPIRATIONS KIIllY HOC HAH HIM HAY Ole Doe Hunter don Ion his grip An abut 11 well not mile dot trip Knze Jilts Delioe don got er slack On nil tint pleN eliry iiieh Stun IK apple ami stun nr pencil Inut oh Iiu Hunter he cant reaeh Cms an1 ull litong ter Jima Dehou An he gvvIiiKlli hit ter dent he ken lie ilon prontlk tint rehnti plaeti Ter Kiiuie llnmpln llWa oh grace Dnt klvem KnliitMc1 tutu Tenernee i An Mnrs Kliuee ho gin mill dein fee Him inter he n pnpnti 111111 Will do Sun mi1Iohlleau chum Down licit In Clark WlnchrMcr town nut tie Publican pnph hit wen down An IKin ter Wastiiiton went terstn Whnr ho am tor din berry doL- L m An all dot time look In1 wld one rye Fur ii trait bigsliee oh Klnlry pie An now hues Rot hit pood till slut 411ehope hell neither ax fo mo John llotley otter lull crohnnec lV du part he playa In dnt dnnce Ill went ronnnn spMolierfird An on Demerernts allim Hid An lies nehber yet jHot ward or pay r- 1 Hut eliry dog will hub libn day SKKATOU HUNTKU nit iill in for n place in Peru or some other foreign shore and lie will probably hcscnt thereEE 1 j that lie cant trouble ux any more R 1 TUB dispatches announce that fit Hunter hits been presented with n gold watch by friend in Washington He 1iuil n watch at Frankfurt if we mistake not which announced both time and testimony upon which ho wax indicted for bribery and maybo this latter pre MHitaUnii was 0111n gcnllo reminder of that affair t iNOiUTlTUm la the basest of all ants to which the human kind is Mr and when one think of tho noble and suc cessful struggle Hunter made for Brad Icy it looka like friendship iIs a snare Who but hunter backed bj Hannn could have lauded Bradley a backwoods statesman an a winner in this state and yet bee swiped from the slate by the ingrate Yes politics is hand no mistake AFTKR reading our eulogy on James D Black In our last issue one ef our friends remarked II You were instrumen I tal in the election of one John Young x Drown were you not and ho turned you lownYIIJsV wo replied ho gave us the cold shoulder It was all that lie could do for by nature hes untrue he asked us to be his friend and his wile a I a letter did tend saying if youll help r him in the race I will see that you get a place Hut when he came to dish out the pie he proved hed told a lie for from tho state senate ho had a man resign that he could go to Covington and hold him in lino Ho wanted to go to the senate of tho United States but the legislators said wo dont want lngrftcs lies now a onohonw lawyer in the town of IxwUvllle and a very small grist in that I oliticnl mill And now that kfo- punlshmout Iis just U let up on him we must but ho should bear in mind that fom from no conditions rise net well t your part there tho honor lies J koryJbI Children cry for Cutlrla And Republicans for pIe nut confidence trnot restord And prosperity noways nigh COMMENOEMENT WEEK H 0 A Order el Exiroisei at Hazel Green Acad emy Beginning Saturday Evening May 29 and Closing Wednesday Evening June 2 1897 Saturday evening at 8 oclock young mens seventh annual declamatory contest and young ladies sixth annual declamatory contest Tho contestants arc W IL Wlilttof Mngolfin county C E Ledfordof Montgomery county W H ltonrkof Mngoffln county E P Rogers of Estill county D M Miinnln of Wolfe county and W C Campbell of Wolfe county MINA Evn Jackson of Montgomery county Mils Lydia Led ford of Montgomery county and Miss Monrovia Testcrman of Morgan county Monday May 11 at 8 oclock p m public entertainment by tho two ocic ties Tuesday Juno 1 at tt oclock a m j final session of school at oclock p m annual meeting of alumni patron pit plUatul friend of the school at oclock p m a debate between representatives of tho limit ct Don and Utile Dului HO cietieHj nfllrmativeH W II Kash and E O Taulbee of Wolfo county i negu tinesR K Nickcll and Noah Cisco of Morgan county Wednesday Juno Commencement day at 10110 n in atldrew by II E Onev subject Alone Yet Not All Alone address by Ilev J C Kend rick of Danville1 1 Ky i presentation of diplomas medals etc i at 8 oclock p in annual address to Y P S C Eo by HOT Kendrick after which will be held the I l annual fete on time lawn nt time Home lime Wmitielil lull News prints thoII following in regard to an old resident of that placo Frank MeAvoy for tinny I years in the employ of time L N A S 0 Ky here IIIIYI I have used Cham berlain Colic Cholera and Diarrhua Remedy for ten years or longerann- ever without it in my family I con skier it tho best remedy of the kind manufactured I take pleatiuro in rec ommeiiiiing itII It is n specific for nil bowel ilisonierc For falo by J F1aym The supply of cattle in Eastern Ken tticky in not equal to the present demand Purchasers art canvnsmng the country closely mud where a cow is well bred her produce ill wilt at 810 the purchaser taking till risks Cattle in Eastern IKen lucky have been greatly improved mud hone the ususiial deniand There in Ito I n great demand for hogs but bunt hogs and cattle mire very sctrccMt Sterling Advocate The courthouse ut Lexington was do strayed by fire last Friday morning Nearly all tutu records were saved limit tho fine marble IIllItueII Woman Triumphal t Joel T Harts masterpiece was completely demolished by the heavy bell falling on It The ladies of Ixsxing ton have already taken step to replace it with A copy It is thought tliat the clay model is still in existence in Italy lion W O Mire of Hazel Green wax in the city until Monday on business vlllitIcollege this year From Duivillo Mr Mite goes to Cincinnati on business He will be absent from homo several weeks Mt Sterling Advocate Each and every molder of stock in the Hazel Green lair should not fall to at tend the meeting of the association next Saturday and help to make the fair next full a success We must have a fair ball means Miss Hcrtha lames one of our attract lye sweet Ilxlt yearod girl has re turned home from Hazel Green where she has been attending the high school JeOcrsonville car SentinelDemocrat Mrs A J Day of Oaney had the misfortune Sunday before last to fall and break her wrist since which time she has been stuttering much pain There will be nn electiontor school trustee on Saturday Juno L 0 AnYOR1IhIr aIt haMddegtiptlQule11 ucertatn me wbtbu as IbY I prohthlr aen bI cnmlnntcoaaltaua1 01rq oreecVrtajIn WublnatnaPatIp 1 iiaktLt CI tae ttNt s AMEIIDANbMUtllJIY I ebCIJaUoaot1IeIDttloJ10 IUr mmU 1I lDoa lUIIH and 1 I100K OX lATMTtl MOt fTOO AddrtM MUNN A CO Ml BrmUwar New York Pay your subscription aud Hv6 bnp y 4 UnU u mmmtmmmmmmmmtMmmmwwmmmmmmN I GREAT CLOSING SALE = t FILOUIS GUS STRAUSI I W LEXINCTON KY +r I The 88St I j 1 1 Elder J T Picrntt from Bath county He at church on the Stone fork of Salt Lick night and night where he in in one recreant and two tho latter of which he by Dr Pieratt iis a and on tho alert for the lost of the fold Under date of May lu it to tho lust from West gives time l News hums just hero of a light which is said to have the Whites on the North Irk It is statetl that two of then were dan if not by their cousin The arc nil related mud time cause of the cannot be ascer tained A to time Post says news has here that Abe aged killed Allen need in von and young Allen it is said were in u row and the old mUll tried to it and was by Allen with a knife up a club and brains out him 1 Iis pros trated over the affair and to his extreme age it is that he cannot recover 0u THE wI i V u u o i o For the elr g Fo the 1J fg For the 8 For the Atl fault d 8 e t ilOita tt iI O IfI lhili r r p Sal hrid Ob iTt i4 thi flrtA t e1 tCj which ttlll HNn Aprr 411 t t 500 Suit 750 Suit Suit Kentiictg1ii MAIL ORDERS PROMPTLY FILLED = When you visit Lexington do not fail to E call on Louis Gus Straus 13 duaireiiedNUN1UlNUUUddlldldl dldlUlllld6lddddUUUlUUIdddldUlC returned Tuesday preached Pleasant Valley Quarry Saturday Sunday Sunday succeeded roping brother lassooing mavericks branded baptizing hustler always sheep special Evening Liberty following information reached general occurred between yesterday gerously fatally wounded parties trouble Paintsville special Evening Reliable reached Wiseman sixtyfour Linvillo sixteen MugofTin county Wisemans engaged prevent attacked whereupon Wiseman picked mauled Aliens killing instantly Wiseman horrible owing thought OOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOl NOWomlptgast WEEKLY LOUISVILLE rJDISPATCH UA STRAIGHT DEMOCRATIC tJNEWSPAPER Free Coiilii16ovsil CMlctio Plttforil Democratic Nominees Iittrtil tffajHaiiei tlio hateetTdlebratNe il1Uhe Latent Latteep tstateNern- AII MEPgaeD9FJIralt Iwi Wipat- cL ilt1fnitc Hze1Ji Hml l1OJT iuMtrlbe iippeltrth lbcitYINt ti418IGE tt 1000 in =1 I DEATHWhen it refers to the end of our earthly career hits n horrible sound In any saintly lint in the sense we use It it refers to the annihilation of high hutlbtl Irenders everybody happy especially in hard times See our prices on a few Arbuckle Coffee 15cpur pound only 6eII i Q5C1sI 90cISODA4tPIE uuly1Cipound ean SEA I When yon want Uargains you cut he gratified calling on t1CJoIC2OA- T wr MIZE KENTUCKYrI I Merchantable taken in Exchange for Goods Cashi FOIt WATCHES 11 GOOD ONES P t 360B- ETTER ONES at 600 4r AI UlWtltl3 44 And Watch Repairing I GO TO FRED J HEINTZ 135 Eo Main- LNXUrQTONI KY NEWIMib A E tiII MilS 8 B KASH E- P ionafctle Milliner IprlnJhnewelL styt lit MUliMeCookt thelokrest prior and aaks the IIn dies to await hrr coining belore making Ihejr snrlii purvhascs r NEweST T 6SrtOWESrPBl ES J r11 IVy aLyc9FIyIrIvi ilkYDw TRiM LL 8RO1R8t- T UI 11 OI1 Qalp 9 u II oS lartrMT STE j i43q 4- o t I 1Cof L 11 l tjta Io IrH CO 1KlghtAP- IlOnLponndI GRASS ROPE 20e50 reel lor OpHalf2G leeForAll Other Goods In Proportion by Produce otherwise TAKE YOUR CHOICE a HERES A GOOD THING The hazel Green lferald1 00 Thrioe a Week World 1 002 tb Doth Vapors One Year 163 HERES ANOTHER The lintel Green llemld1 00 Cincinnati Weekly Enquirer 75JI iS Uolh Papers One year 1 J AND STILL ANOTHER The hutch Green Jlern1c1t 00 Louisville Weekly Connnrcinl 1 Of2oo Both Papers One Year 1 5 THIS IS A CORKER The Hazel Green IIlrahlI 00 Louisville Evenlug Post r oof6 d Hiith Pupen Out year 1 jtl YOU CANT MISS THIS The Hazel Green herald1 00 Toledo Weekly Blade 1 oof 6 Both Papers bile Year 11 JUST LOOK AT TillS The Hazel Green lIernlll1 00 11 Twice aWeek Conrr Journal 1 ootJ Both Papers One Year 1I ANOTHER BARGAIN The Hazel Green Jlem1c11 00 home k Farm semlinonthly olBoth Iupersone year 1 I ONCE MORE The Hazel Green lIeraldt 00- The VIIIIIIIUII UlUIIUIBJ i 00ukBoth one year THETBEaTfOF ALL Ttie IlszeltUeen lIerI1cI11 00 x42f1DuthI a aalrThis offer Is open tOfC1 nubirIW year hi advance amid wall ok- eitbscrlhetx who pny up arrears an4Ja year in advance Now Ii the time Wfscribe Send for sample copies jtffAuy iiuhlication In the United SteW will be turnishejllnI Url tacllun wtnJiHEHALD nhd our snbicrlbcrs allo1 diicbunt Address ThE HEkALb Hazel Green Wl JWSEITZWITH 11 M XERRI CO J 1itJ I lonnsa8 tat Har4 vim ate rt firt Agticblfuratl ImI d4 nI tR 11TIr I jets r r- tJ 1 IflfUCDiin jFOft ALI Trlx liltiHtnALU OF JOB PIti TJ- I MS 7 s fl I 1i Ii f I r au n JItRE HERALD 3 Frank Havens the grocery drummer wiw hero Monday Clarence Hush has been appointedI postmaster nt Torrents Mini Rosa Ito0 Curwin of Lucy creek I was hero shopping on Tuesday Judgo Lynch representing 1utton Uros Catlcttiburg wee In town Wet nesday MM Kelse Murphy and slater Mfaa Susie of Hlackwatcr wcro hero shopping on Tuesday Curt Quicksall miide u dying trip to West Liberty on Tuesday returning the same uvenlnir Dr Nickell reports the birth of u girl1 baby to tho wife of loin Adams 1of Lucy creek on the 17th inst Ova Ixjwli wan here Tuesday after Dr Mason Kawh to go and see Miss Laura Dennis of Kel who is dangerously illI with lever A subscriber in remitting for fit Hiitvu writes I would rather do without sugar in my codec than the glo nails old 11itt ian Mrs Eliza Henry daughter of John D Ilenryof Bbmck +water hits been quite ill of a fever but was on Tuesday con sidered in n fair way to recovery After having II good home with W1 Ciiskey and wife indctul a daughter Myrtle llingo was culled home a few days since to tho regret of both Mr and Mrs Ciiskey II R Iieralt hay purchased the in terrst of hU partner Curtis Quicksnll in the linn of H R Picrnlt COI and isI now going it alone MrI Qnickwill iis still with the house however and will be glad to meet and wait upon hisI friends DI not fail to read the advertisement of H R 1ieratt in this iissue Strange as it may appear to those to whtun be has extended credit bo now wants Mime of the coin of the realm and wants ii- p it I d 111 or hell hove something nmre to say to you There will be a wedding today in which tho destiny of a young man in Wolfe and a young lady of Morgan county will bo united fur life and let us hope a pleasant one Will give names next week MudI the prospective bride his promised us a piece of tho wedding cake Our young friend Ova hush of Kzel was visiting hero Saturday and Sunday TUB HIIUAKP man remarked Saturday night that he was mighty glad to see Ova as he hud brought us two nice jobs of printing nndIt young lady present echoed the observation by saying nod the saute back at you The Kentucky valley medical associa tion will convene at Torrent on May 28 mud 20 A banquet will bo given by Dr H D Cox IIrl president of the naswicia tlon Good music and a special progiam arranged by Drtt Bush Pryse und Irvin will be rendered The Clark county medical society will meet with them A cordial invitation is extended to all Roo Havens announced day or w ago that he would next week leave for Yule His hearers at once jumping to the conclusion that ho meant Yale col lego exclaimed in ono breath What for you know it nil now 1 And he replied Why you blockheads I dont mean Yale university but tbs Yale lumber camp in Until I where Im going to sell some goods T A Kustride the photographer iill again in Hazel Green mid nil who wish sliouldneefour weeks He is so well known that an introduction is hardly necessary iIII many of the people here having me I mentos of his work lint if you want a I good picture pall pri him how vDont wait andsaynfterhe hh gon4ll wishI n picture man would come along I III IIIdlclte bounce A few weeks since we notedJJ tho snlo of n week old calf nt 8 cash imndon Saturday Frost Wood sold one exactly three months oldfor 1f in tho coini of the realm As neither of these innocents could boast of any blue blood imported or otherwise and both were II comparatively diminutive in size it ap pear that the boomer breed is on the rise J I MrSovenInKbatetaiI 3bhadbeenopeningduyFrI11 presents grandest display ever teen in our town nnd 8h08ldtlhe nlso carried a line of substantial goods which she could tried and sell very cheap considering the mat tcrials As an instance of what sho can do in time matter of prices she told of some sales she made at Winchester while tn route humo from Louisville whcro she sold six finely trimmed hilts Time milliners there asked just twice as murh fur tho same article and land tOI because theyhavehomo she sold 21 more hats This better than anything else indicates how cheap you can buy n frst class article Tier display of hats gannets and trimmings renders her store n regular bower of j beauty and our lady Irieuds who have tint yet visited this emporium of fashion I 1should do so at once and our word itl they will be delighted with tho fMII play To name this lint that love of I a bonnet and tho exquisitely trimmed holy would occupy too much of ourspncc foldl give ClIIInil indefinite idea of the dream of loveliness one beholds upon env totrealize the ridleM there to be found is to- go I and see for yourself Mrs Kash will give you a cordial greeting and take I pleasure in showing her stock She is an elegant little lady nod deserves the success site is sure to have I I A 11111of this town a few days since killed a forlprn looking hen thinking it hud the cholera and subsequently dir I scaled her to arrive at a scientific solti tion of the cause of the disease if such it proved to be Tiio hen wa cut open but proved nut to be diseased unless aggravated case of eggsageration can 1111jj termed an afllictioti In tho egghag were 1U full sized hurdslioll egjs and I even well developed ones with soft shells Our man about town dH not seethe I surgical operation performed or cat- of the hun fruit tints harvested butt this is eggsaotly tho story as told to him egtidlIits If so lot em eggsclaim Three young ladies of this place visit ud our ollice Saturday night to bring in some copy for the dear old HiitAli and for the short space covered by their stay it iU safe to iay this uflice contained more beauty than any print Miopiii IKentucky ever saw Misses Virgil and Malta James and Mollie Ilancy composed the trio three graces as it were KlziiiI James was their escort and Mime how i orII other the old story of HaUl and the j Beast bobbed up in the mind ofour man about town and may haveconlrnll cd his conclusions although KV i is mainly passable in his Sunday clothes lien Bigstnir well known in thllice tion as a Presbyterian evangelist but now pastor in charge of the churches at St Helens Athol and Frozen Creek I passed through hero Sundiy en route1 from the latter place to Bath county Ben is n jolly good fellow much Miked i by nil the old cnnfrdrruo soldiers with whom he was a comrade in arms thollhI now n soldier of the cross As A rttlUlIlI ward was wont U express ltf hn is nmusin too when reciting war romiiiis ccncev and as our man about town re cehtly 1ItrdnuulIg woman express it he has no bejectious to talking uf those times While Ova Kaih was attending school hero recently he was called by time matron of the dormitory to see about his IlIlItIi dry and asked how his linen was marked JleropHedIIYnu can put all that ii0- K in my pile The lady did not at first catch unilnd thought him a little impudent in thus slinging slang us she surmised The fact that these Were his Initials however suddenly dawned upon her and the forming frown upon hlrI physiognomy quickly grunted right of way to a broad grin So our man about town hearn The mudhole sp kcn of in our last peeks issue is now a thing of the past sod no more a menace to the pence and dignity of tho human horse or mule race Town Marshal Noddloy anjkp wo specially summoned on Friday rocked it out of existence after firAt giving it n good brushing It was game to the last though and1 overt time one of the posse bit it with n bowlder it squirted back slush In self defense But they were too mnnyibr it and after a fight furiously waged for hours it gave up the ghost ISubjects for sermons at the Christian church Sunday are How to SucceedI at 11 a m and The Beauty of Cbrista Character at T 15 pm jII w t H ri =N = f2112 = v== V bI 1t 1 V HIV 11 H F PIERATT I 1 11 1IJ Dealer in ii MERCHANDISE IAND COUNTRY PRODUCE Im j tiJ l II1j Co necessitates a settlement of nil the business nt once and I earnestly risk cllehII ijmid every person who owes said item tiny amount to call and make settlement sell r1Iwish to say that credit will bo no longer extended It takes money to run busi IcreditII anti money I must have I hope no one will get oHended when I refuse themthis j UcmomborIIJ1Irtf 1 her sell goods on a credit j 11jij Ir 8 Flijt r The Friend of the People PIERATTJrJIPi v I + oI = = ==W = I IuENGLISJB ITC P E12 W SHORT STREET LEXINGTON KY Regular heals 25 cents Meals to order nt nil hours Breakfast from 5 to 0 n m Dinnor from 110 n m to 8 p m Supper from C to 10 p m Oysters Lamb Fries Fish and Chicken a Specialty GUS TimutAxev P1 O1ictJovd u Salesmen Wanted to Soil Spring beds and braces patent lock pin clevis TiirkoHiisaiaii baths nod appli ance4 in connection with physicians and specialties Address 1 JI mavens Ha zel Green Ky Great Cures proved by thousands of testiiiioiiiaU slimy that Hoods Sar Ill pa 1111 possesses power to purity vitalixo null iirioli tho blood Hoods Pi 1Ism tho only pills to be taken with Hoods Siui aparIli Fort PAM Scholarship Iin one of time best Hiiiinej 8 colleges in Ohio i cost 50 will sill for U5 Address UKMOCKAT Greenup Ky The program of clueing exercises at I J W academy at Camptim will be as follnwn Mny 22 Declamatory contest lies li Commencement sermon i May 21 Gvrcral entertainment i May 115 Mutual entertainment IIIt Is The Best on Earth illi what Edwards Parker timerA- That chiitof lltiin GnHny ofChainbcrlninH Iiin llilin fir rheumiitiHm lame back deep seated and muscular pains fold RylIJ11DI y 1 i Quinft1IOt baths amid lint drinks nt j fbmtlit8 for a cold ten derungo the fViiuiioiiH upon tho pores and make the HV tiin susceptible to mure i ode1riLllj 1ino Tar Honey goeo to time local of l w diMMillthouHheJ i The calender clock the wrought jiron J range and tknSt Jcd nplpltre1Iore Sr le familiar to the memory of Nan hereabouts andnow we hnvn H newcnn didatc for our consideration the Tncw ideal spring sent sulky for plowing Harrowing etc v nub Dicker of West Liberty waiver Friday and Saturday to sea how Uncle Pros Trimble white mule IK dnin and Jo visit other frlendu and acquaintances Mud Is tnidvtn almost atlor+ the mule or Bomethin or Other down to Uncle Pressr a + v t 5 VII ICnl the poet oj painter1 oil our t wn has arranged with mum artistic ton 4riu1 architect hero to rowf his upper lip with A moustache and talks of posing u n modern Adonis as soon HH ho hideH from view the entrance to that grub BJtjk I of liisn lie to speak FORTUlilEImill niir iiilnlnpd hmln1 MnlwRT 11nm ndsMb OUNIIMANM MKNTIIOI IVIIAIEK lube Rt tt rellnf to mnnklniljll nil timid UjuDleI CATARRYopinri br It ne Wnmtfrfnl In liar T rand ellIt1IMTAKI M II Ut all M fMlfc MM4 hr Kwk mlWI frtf- cCtlllllX pave CU IicKuslli C 40 WantedAii Idea =0hhj Io patel Profour HOP MIM CM1 WrtU JOHN WBOOSHBURM OO r eat AuMn WMMwtHk D Xiot MMr ACE Mtar N Qt pal liraMO tarwtWM WMfia opppoooooppobooopoboooooooooooooooooooooooopbobdbopo 121 i NORMALPREPARATORYt 1 t 1 I iOI is t q J0m1ej1 01THC J I IIS Cheapest and Best School in Eastern v Kentucky 1 tJ 101jig BEGINlgMONDAY 1897IslItEVIEWo0 Of the Public School Course wIll he given IJlre Iit Jlrcllurco0 t- II 0tdStudlus lu tlijpilcgulur Course nmy be taken withoutI extra eo tTfc irt L i o Tuitiot for thovTcn rook 500 Matriculation 100 8 8IlUntor on ii IJiiI b0000tOOOOOOOOOOOQ0000000000000000 tQ99Q90900o81 ROSJE DAVIS t Q T PRACTICAL 0 BLACKSMITHAND WAGON MAKERS HAZEL QREEN KENTUCKY WE Homo 1usorIN TILE HQR8E SHOEING AND ItEPAIR i employ only ekliled labor every man belne an artl DEPARTMENTWE your work le re pecttiltl1 II Jlcltedjrf1 j bIdII2 iA J T E REAT NESS TRAINING SCId00L TSOUTH t 9l fflnI1IIIHiI If a 7 TlitCOUIfTRY Mr TlON KWAPa 1oCI4PiOsNALTRL 4 447hUr THE HERALD n S I 18 tag REST ADVKRTltflNG 1 c MEDIUM IN JEA8TWIN ft Sri =y T fit N v 1 iConstipation I Causes fully lialf tho sickness lH thvTTorld It tlM the digested food too long la the bowels ami produces biliousness torpl l lvcr i 111 PIO twat yule coated gut ttauidac1c In abiAnlasctc Ylootls11113 cUfecoMUIaUOfIaDd all Its Pillsresults easily thoroughly Be AlldrusRlsts Prepared by a L Hood fa Co Lowell Mass The only rills to take with Hoods Sarsaparllla jU1V1WWVlII llll 11ul u1wfiliuJ STATE SIFTINGS fi mrnrnmmm1J1l1llJf r Thirtyfour pupils tfero grnduntcdt from tho normal school at Waddy- Drf Wilson of Perry county shot nnd killed two men reported to belong to the kukluxtIrs John Hush living near Cnrbln wus fntully gored by n vicious bull the other day Four hundred coal minor in the WIN lidmsburg district nro on u strike against dczrcnfco in wages VWhllo making railrond tics ClaybornI Reynolds was killed by frilling over clid in licit county TohVMeddlngjlof Hanging Rock 0 was kicked to lentil ba mulo at Olivo Hill Carter county Tho Versailles school board has plans underway to erect a 1000 school build ing for coloredchildren Tho Ashland con nnd iron company hnvo made n reduction of 10 per cent in the wages of 100 furnace hands The penitentiary investigation unearths n lot of inhuman abuses which nro a disgrace to any civilized com munity As an inducement to make subscribers healthy thu Morclieml Advnnco oilers to iive free n box of liver pills to each no n subscriber E 0 Million the gold Democrat who was nominated by the Republicans of Madison county for the legislature hasI declined to accept At a meeting of the stockholders of tho Cinrrurd county fair it was agreed to I have 1800 in premiums Hugs chick I cnsnnd sheep wino to bo excluded Two highwaymen attempted to hold up Thumpson Jordan at Jlarrodslurif tho ether night Ho ran and was fired at five times one shot going through his hand The Democratic municipal primary election at Mt Sterling resulted as fol loge For Mayor Gco W Baird for Police Judge lien R Turner for City Attorney W II White Thlrty two car loads of short horn cat tip wero shipped from Kentucky to the Panhandle district of Texas last week They were principally heifers anti were parebased atyfrom 20 to 4Qpcrbead At a festival near Hell station Cbrji girllain DO 4 fatal wounds Greta claims that the shooting was nectdontal1cabler wSevenwen kayo been wwHiuatcd thus far to represent their S t4iU e dkUicla ia the next general VWmbly Perhaps some neM urea m y be taken topaas a general legal adyerw6IItW ter thoatat a intproaipttledo fight took pWcojJrq t If Blccllo church one night recently lea rokepp themeeting The pastor I wa 1 tcnse atd aIhlfbance that be o erededolkuraiece idr their scalps if brought U him the next morning Pete Xraaloy the Jca er of the Weder faction which has been ready for yean to shoot any member of the Bodon fac I 1trift 6ri light was killctf In Leslie county aa he sat in his cabin door A bigmob is in pursuit of the assassin who may b killed on sight James Barto who claims Philadelphia as his home utole a steamboat from the wharf at Louisville aud started down fhe ricer with It He was caught just before roing orcr the falls and brought back Ttb litrge rovolvera and 1fiO cat trldgjee were found on his person A valuablo stallion and two brood marealclpriging to Erasmus Dunn a CTaVrard ctUBty stock raiser wore polsa OBe A short time since and died f MrNI great afoay Two weeks before Duans barn was destroyed by Pre and ktWikih h be tlctimcfl wmcen rIf Yw t- t Capt Noel Gala of the ilcCrenry guards of Frankfdrt was requested to ojI1 conduct fn the leis senatorial contest Capt Qnincs refuses to resign ns eight of the signers to the petition say they signed it thrddgh misrepresentation and1 fourteen others bad been previously roo duced to ranks for Unbecoming conduct He is willing to stand a court mnrtial JTho Wnddy correspondent of the Louisville Evening Post reports the fob lowing circumstance On the farm IIfii i J tl WhitehoUsc a well known nn I neighborhoodLn cow yesterday dropped seventy calves Sixtynine of them were about the he of rats but fully developed in every way They were nil marked very muchI as their mother They did not livo bun short while but were active while alive Tho other one is a full size calfi and is living It seemed as much sur prised at tho pretence of so many brothers and sisters AH tho people who were at trncted to the spot by tho unusual oc currence A few years since Mr Clarence John son with n party of other Louisville I people mode n trip to the old world andj while in Jerusalem ate grapes from vinesi of tho various holy varieties which nroi an often mentioned in Biblical history 1Ho saved the seed until he lend quite a number and these ho sent his fattier N L Johnson l tJ East Jacob street As an experiment the latter planted them Tho result is n nice lot of vines and this year they are bearing for the trot time and are full of grapes so when tho time comes for tho fruit to ripen the family expect to enjoy a rare treat Mr John son sr says he never knew n more prolific lot of vines Louisville Post Tho Beat Romcdy for Rheumatism The Fairhavcn X Y Register says James Rowland of this village states that for twentyfive years his wife has been n suflbrcr from rheumatism A few nights ago she was in such pain that she wins nearly crazy She sent Mr Row readtof Chamberlains Pain Halm and instead of going for tho physician ho went to the store and secured a bottle of it Ills wife did not approve of Mr Rowlands purchase at first but nevertheless applied tho Rain thoroughly and in an hours time wins able to go to sleep She now applies it whenever she feels an ache or a pain and finds that it always gives re lief lIe says that no medicine which she had used over did her ns much good Tho 2C and 50 cent sizes for sale by J r Day 4e IniUntanepua pbol + graph of Curt Quicksallr ai ktbappeared Tn his new brown straw hat t 11Congrc8Sman ed a petition from a number of his con sUtucnta asking that a thrift be levied upon a Canadian seed thatjgpedy reo sembles the Bluegrass seed TJfe peti tion says that this a cd is mixed with the bluegrasa seed and beaideemakiugt tho grass practically worthless for gnat ing or any other purpose does an immense amount of damage Mr Fitt patrick said that he thought ho could get a tariff placed Upon it after he made explanation of the case EltVOUS I1roUI draper mpavenfiueauioou la is tho Onot JOOd8Sarj a l HOW TO FIND OUT ItJ Fill n bottle or common glass with urine atd let it sJ ndwcntyfour hours n scdj invent or settling indicates a diseased condition of the kidneys When uri stains linen it is positive evidence of kid ney trouble Too frequent desire to urinate or pain in the back is also con i wincing proof that tbo kidneys and blad der are out of order WHAT TO 1IO There is comfort in the knowledge often expressed that Dr Kilmers Snrtun I Root the great kidney remedy fulfil every wish in relieving pain in the back kidneys liver bladder and every port of the urinary passages It corrects innbij ity to hold urine and scalding pain Iri passing it or bad effects following use of liquor wino or beer and overcomes thrt t compellctd to get up many times during the night to urinate The mild nnd the cxtrnordij nary effect of Swamp Root is soon realI ized It stands the highest for its won derful cures of the most distressing cases If you need n medicine you should buye the lest Sold by druggists price fifty cents nnd one dollar For a sample bo t tie nnd pamphlet both sent fre jy tint mention THE HAZEr Gniiv HEIIAID and send your full poatoflice address to Dr Kilmer Co Uiaghiimpton N Y Tho proprietors of this paper guarantee tho genuineness of this nflcr Tho Best Novel A very highliteniry authority has sug gested tho 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Lungsi u lungsarePnBTARHod Ya scientific wonderfulefficacy fwwthateeoreIwouldaonceandOXa A ALUUI at r Bprlag Ky as leDRPINETAR HONEY v coughscolds asthmaPrice croupre wduL L etMrlaa1W h r ar HQWARD STAMPER O 4 iO Tro3BjrSJ t TLAW OAMPTON KYdWill practice in the court ofWolfe and the C adqinJotrcpinte Al buaidega eatrt sled J to ou care will receive prompt attention J A TAlT3ti EE 2II D Physioian and Surgeon 44z dREJEI KY j iapec1altyi r Mothers l noH8discom- fortsI andd- suRera of childbirth can be almost en finely aTolded- WiueofCanlui relieves ex pectant moth toen It gives tonetothegenI italorgausundIs condition to do their perfectly That makes workII nancy less painful shortens labor and hastens recovery afterjI childbirth It helps n woman bear strong healthy children Win M ofQrduiII has also brought happiness to thousands of homes barren for years A few doses often brings I longlor II should neglect to try it for this I trouble It cures nine cases out of ten All druggists sell Wine itofCarduiieo per bottle specialdlretlon nL1Thenooga Tenn Mrs LOUISA HALE of Jetrerson Ca says II When I first took Wino or Cardui buttmonths later I had a fine girl baby TAX SALE KyAllon the 20th day of May 1SU7 between the hour of 10 t clock n in hurl 4 oclock p in- i at the courthouse door I will proceed to sell at public outcry to pay school tUXI Immecayears ott IIInBwithjsailllllstrlclI be needful to pay the taxes due and costs an indicated herein The laud levied on the property of Win Spencer who is niljj rSS for taxes is hounded on the south JoephHnrrisI Alexander west by John II Horton undI Iuin Spencer and listed in the name of I Win Spencer Given under my hand this April 2t 1897 JOSKlH JIAKRIS Teens School Mist No 7 Wolle Co Advertising foe 1 Wincnaster Bank I WINCHESTER KY H WITHERSPOON PresidentIIt D HUNTER Cashier Paid up Capital 20000000 9Surplus 6000000 This Bank solicits the accounts of roe chants manners traders and businessmen generally throughout Eastern Kentucky and offers Its customers every facility and the most liberal terms within the limits of egitlm ate banking octlSly WHLLIS Q WMEELEE HAZEL GREEN KY Blacksmiths and Wapniakers Isl1olI andIpurchnsed complete line of black luiltmug and wagon making tools and materials are prepared to- tloaU kinds of work in our line and at the most reasonable rates Give us a call nod trial Respectfully WJ WALLIS G W WHEELER FIFTY DOLLARS A WEEK srty Made Agents wanted in every Io entity for Hon W J Urynns treat and only hppk The First Battle The best seller ever produced Agents are taking as many 200 orders per week Beware of fraudu nt imitations Send for outfit and begin J at once W I1 CONKKY COMPANY Publishers 341 Dearborn street Chicago COMBS HOUSE CAMPTON KY J B HOJjLON PROPRIETORS The patronage of the traveling public is- spectfully solicited Table the beat and every attention to the comfort ofgueiti FLOYD BYRD AS Campton K- yATTORNEYATLAW ffAbstracts of title furnished collec made and prompt returns guaranteed DaytgAS T4 BYRD ATTORNEYATLAW OAMPTON KY to ollectIons specialty Lexington and Eastern Railway b AM a Time Table in Effect IRy 1C 1C9B WEST BOUNP I- ISYSTATIONSI exDnilI I 2 I pntAvonI I I I pblWI 1 Fairlie Indian pmFldHlS f 2 I I n f8tllntoll1 Filson 511 amBundeeJt amNati 4lI I 1 1ThreealnAlhoJI y amJacksonf EAST BOUNDa 4 No j STATIONS No 2 Daily ex r INoDaily I Sunday IecI j 2 30 amIi I j i DrnWinchester1I Il I amIndianI amClayaraStantonamFilsonDundee pmNatpmTorrentI pmUcaltyvepmThrccFkspmjJacksonpmAtholI j Not 1 and 2 arrive rind depart from C freighttraitsJ R BATIK Genl Manager CHAS SCOTT Gen Pass A- gentACTINA TheGreat Restorer I IThe Blind See- The Deaf Hear I Only CATARRH CURE IA4I centurrlforb1lts I I via rrosbjoiIo Common Soro Eyes or web f5peetact1 bandmrel1Actlna not a snuff or lotion but n Perfect tlce trie Pocket Battery nwblo ntall times andlntl- tIpiaceabyyoungoroid Thoono Inttruracnt will tBt of tho abovo forms of dlieu Prof Wilsons Magneto Conservatlve garments Care ParmlyiU Hhoumatlsm nnd nil ChronIc Forms of Iiseaao These Oarmonts are La puzzling to tile hytlclans as is tho wonderworking Actlna A Valuable Book Free on application Con tnlns trcatiio on tho Human System Its dlieascaua sure and thonands of Itotorcncoa and TcstlmonUlit Agents Wanted Write for Terms Assnr1 1 tS Walnut St Katmnf City a- roR1PANSPacked Without QloM EMPQR FIVE CENTS otnlpana7atntlrelaptrpntedfrom letOy put up for the pumoeo or meeting the i IIHEOTJ8Tah I UbolewltttorwtthoutamouhruThai ano all gtomaeh troublr i UnUh p ln I J follJenesmtt Ono glreerellet an wW rrunlt ldlrecttons are tolbwed I Tne eroocII naelncrra are not yittobohidof nalUIPI1111hfn1uwjbyaculomClto tradearrnteandneddlenwhlha5uppnednfaprlcewbIchwill oartonaUIIcu1OlIITSIJCrWnIIt andtretc1I1 TRADERS DEPOSIT BARK JIT STERLING KY o CAPITAL 200000 I SURPLUS 30000 0M PresidentQVice President W W THOMSON Cashie- rWerespeetfullyeollcitthebuelneuofiner 0cheats farmers traders and business men generaflythroughout Eastern Kentucky A general banking business done Give uaa yourchecksW W THOMPSON Cashser Secure the sgea your St AGENTS etchcr locality Iud AiItJeteAi country Dt once son Is close ah nCTbe I BELVIDERE Stretcher works on a new principle It draws your weight with tbe carpet carpet can be folded under and two thicknesses stretched No pounding fin gems orgetting down on knee Drives GO tacks per minute Operator stands in upright JiIeJi agents THE GOODARD 11 ALLEN COP 110 State street Belolt WIs 1 Y r 1 d U = JItFI HEi1fiL 0 AI ia w W A JL L LaumtA1JOrnI g t a N U t r f aga US u V 1f 44 s 444aJa 4 a441J Noah Cisco made n flying trip to Tor rent Saturday Severn of the yuung folks have been attending the cruinty examinations Wiley Perkins und wife of Lacy creek were in town shopping Saturday Henry Cecil whu has been attending the H G A here is now at homo re cruitingMiss Lula M Kash who tins been visiting atTincaslle for quito awhile re turned homo Saturday The many friends of Mrs Cora Andre will regret to learn that she iis IHln ring with granulated elidl Richmond Doliiiok and wilu were vis iting Dr Jwhn Tiiulbee and family theI latter part of the week John M Rose bought of Miles Nickel of Morgan county several head of cattle pitying 175 for the bunch this iis examination WKCK at the acad emy and allI are also busily engaged in preparation for the entertainment There will he an admission fee of 10 cents charged for the declamatory con tests mid the detail allothers are free Mrs Godsey will picnic accept the thanks of the editor and his better J for a bountiful mess tutu of Jlettuce end onions Arbcrry Iroocs returned last week from Powell eountynuud says be likes everybody there except a certain section hose He has our thanks for a subscrip tionIr n Miles Vilson of Lacy creek will pleuse accept the thanks of the editor and his better for v line mess of the largest and nicest onions we have seen this season The Lexington and 1Kustern railway has put on a Sunday train for the sum mer season Train leaves Lexington at 74 a nt and returning leave Jackson at 225 pm Little Lizzie Krancis Ruse daughter of Dave Uise and niece of Mrs Ed F Cecil has the thanks of the editor and his better j for n fine mess of extra fine pie plant or rhubarb Butler Kasor colored of Daysboro last week made 800 rails with three gluts The gluts were made of unseasoned wood and Butler iis still using the same this week in making more rails h Dr Hells Pine Tar Honey is an im portant addition to the list of the worlds most valuable medicines Harmless in its nature yet almost inlallible in ils action it iis undoubtedly the moat effica cious means known todavof curing coughs colds and kindred diseases Squire Harvo Vest of Gillmore was here Saturday to attend the fair meeting and told our man about town that he tree expecting every day to lose his hetll He didnt mean that he is going daft but referred to his probable decapitation by the new fourth assistant postmaster general as In is now the p m at his place Sam Tabor of Rotlnvol is visiting friends in and around Hazel Green and drinking the mineral waters that hen i abound for his heal thoPer Sam spends ft few days with us every spring or fall and says that he always returns home recuperated nitiially anll physically owing to rest from his labors Std the rejuoatilljllIlr Married at the residence of the brides father Frank Johnson of Lacy creek on Thursday May 20 at i oclock p m Willie Rice of Magollin county and tIiHi Fannio 1E Johnsonr Elder J T IMoratt officiating The couple left Friday morning for Mngoflm where they will make their future home Wishing them a successful voyage on the ten of life we wish to remind them that Till HEUAU would make home happier and now is thn time to Rub crihe Tho lumber camp at Gate City Mene fen county is now a thing of the past tho Gardner and Holdcrby heirs having operlltlngfrolltNickell late mayor and chief cook i5r therefore now out of a job but only temporarily as ho has engaged to H F Pierutt and will uo to counter hopping after July 1 Mr Nickoll has a host of friends here who arc glad to see him again with us and when he takes his new position will render him a hearty welcome yuz u n I Married at the residence of the brides parents on Grassy creek Morgan county onTlturaday the 20th inst Mr William Iliallclai oi I111ne4 Wolfe county ani1 WilHpnlycuruiofvMbrKarr I tyI1 jJrLJtriI knot that binds Two fedulswith but it single thought two hearts that beat as one and pronounced them man nnd wife Whom God 1ms joined together let no man put nssundor The bride was dressed in white trimmed with orange colored ribbons and lace and her trousseau which coming was admired by all titogetbejjwore the regulation black and tho pair presented very The attendants were Mis Maggie hof our town who was also attired in white and iris ICash of Morgan They too made an imposing picture and iit is whispered that the young lady was re hearsing as it were for the part she iisI soon to ploy in n similar affair Through the kindness of the bride and the cour tesy of Mrs S U ICash and Miss Magjie the editor his better J nnd Tut IIrnu crew were treated to a bountiful supply of the wedding cake for which we return thankb We wish tho happy young couple n happy vnyago along lifes tem pestuous sea and hope they may never encounter any breakers or ill wind givntT ihnn little squalls Now is the time to Ill b cri heIIJev Mr Mann 111IL well bucks made a few days since and remarked ilLI I the time that he had no well but send he was going on the principle of a man he knew that bought n horo blanket A friendseeing the man with the blanket asked him what he wanted with itI IWell he replied J hud the money tilli buy it it suited mo and I bought think hug that after awhile maybe I could raise money to buy me a saddle and IOnICj time perhaps be fortunate enough own a horse Brother Shunt said tojj bad the same hopeful view and while he had anopporiunity to get the well bucket securedI it thinkingI time might1 1 1Ihim tho well Our man Shout town did not think it at the time but this nttv t be a gentle hint to the members of his I fl icc tint a well wul l be u liiitidy thing to have about the house j I I On Saturday night at Cmiipton the I Kentucky Voileyan academy gave itI first entertainment and we putt say it ruts a success Miss SallicTutt daugh ter of Steve Tutt won the medal in the young Indies contest in which there were seven young ladies and all of tin m acquitted themselves well On Monday night the general entertainment spoke well for the school The Juu e was full it to overflowing and it ws grand The II drills were very good lint time Tenting on the old camping ground hruight many a tear to the old veterans eyes as the wounded tend dying lay around the i old camp fire It was so natural j IHesscd be the soldiers was uttered by many n one Hurrah for the K W A You certainly have made a good begin wing Let the good work jo tin Commencement at Hazel Green aca I cmy May JJune 2 Declamatory contests Saturday even lug at 15- An11na1 j sermon Sunday at 11 a m nt I the Christian church t Public entertainment by the two societies Monday 815 p m First annual debate Tuesday 8lf p 111 Commencement exercises Wednesday 1030 a nt- Annual address to Y P S C E Wednesday 8 p m Several young jtcoplo of our town at tended time declamatory contest of the young ladies at Wesleyean academy Campion on Saturday night last and say the entertainment was quito u suc cess Mii tiusie Tutt was awarded the medal The judges were Rev L E Mann and Clay Lacy of Hazel Green and Thos 0 Johnson esq of Lee county Mr and Mrs Will runes of l inc lltle are visiting Mrs Elln Kash Mrs Jones will remain ihe guest of her mother until after the entertainment at the academy but Mr Jones will probably return home to look after his business interests Do not fail to read the new ndof Louis and Gus Straus the clothiers of Lexington which appears with this Issue and when you go down to the blue grabs metropolis give them a cull Misses Minnie IIDay and Nettie C Wheeler attended the entertainment at Campion this weekund report n nice timeClay Cisco returned Sunday evening from Salyersvillc where he bad been ntI tending the examination r Y r wYadau 2T + nr Iri r = = == n t i rs v 1 + fae + + r = b at rn1t r Oxrg AIf r t S l nvnerti r rda ILi 111 i 111 IF PIt r Ulllu6 n1 1I I IV I l w llstlr otlrpi1t4ii4ir1 t i41 Ilitrrstytbl r TIMTV SiIi I 7r f yr E s T n3f1Irl ViV H l1a + 11 Dealer in1 ijJ GENERAL MERCHANDISE Ii AND COUNTRY PRODUCE r V IfJJAij EjT1L JR idl 1E3T AJFEl4L Ijt brfaving bought of II C uulrsall his interest in the flint of 1r F rlerlltt C Co necessitates a settlement ot nil the btlsinus at once and I lnrncstlJPusk each find every person who owes said firm any amount to call and make settlement and I P jt Iwish to say that credit will be no longer extended Jt takes money to run busi W I llRJness and money I must have I hope no ono will get offended when I refuse them Mi credit for this I am compelled to do in justice to myself and business llemcmber WIitti this is no childs tall but an actual fact which will be demonstrated bv a refusal to Wtttl tller sell hoods on a credit llE Thanking you for 1past favors and hoping by selling AOU goods cheaper than IfIB 1 Imy plan to merit your patronage I remain yours t respeifilJIH Fi r 1 t The Friend of the People HAZEL GREEN KYn = V 1 f = IYt Mr IMIMr11 wIrMII M Ir Y1rp 1 3 w11w N11 f = ro 11r IwA = ===V = C Ir1 Yr 1 1 +11 = = i u Fh GLiSi KITCI FJN12 W SHORT STREET LEXINGTON KY rSarRogulnr ronls 25 cents Meals to order nt nil hours fromjTOysters Lamb Fries Fish and Chicken a Specialty u u f ee 2ViCtJ1 IOH WATCHES II1- jj I GOOD ONESIf t 350Ii BETTER ONES i at 600iit 4 lU lItWltlJs =ti And Watch Repairing UOTO FRED J HEINTZ 115 E Mnln LliXlXOTOv Cv j TAKE YOUR CHOICE HERES A GOOD THING I The Hazel Greco IJlruJcI1 K- TlirlocuAVcek Vnrll 1 0u2 00 UotirPaicrn One Year 1 C5 HERES ANOTHER The lliucl Green Ilerald1 00 fe Cincinnati YiTkly Knqiihfr i1 Tft lioth Papers One year I 160 AND STILL ANOTHER The Hiiel Green Herald 11 00 LoiilavillcWevklylnntuirclul 1 002 00 Bath supers One Year 1 25 THIS IS A CORKER The hazel Green I1eruld11 00 Louisville Ecnlng1I8t i OOtJ 00 Idith Tapers One Year 2 70l YOU CANT MISS THIS The Hazel Green Ilernld1 00 Toledo Ueeklv lilndu 100 0 Butte PUller One Year 1 25 JUST LOOK AT TillS The Hazel Green Iernld1 00 Twice aNcek ConrrIotirniil 1 002 00 Both Papers One Year 1 oO ANOTHER BARGAIN The Hazel Green Jlernldl 00 Hoim it Farm semi mmtlily LO1 0 linth Papers One Year 1 25 ONCE MORE OpTim 00 Hath one year 1 Su f THE BEST OF ALLII The lintel Green Louisville Weekl Both Papers One Year 1 00II CCrThts offer Is open to new lub flldjIlIhscrlherl I TrialiIERALnI discount Address THE HERALD HazelGre ni Kyr opooppopppoooppoppppopooppooooooopopbopodpdpppplfpppoNORMAL ofNORMAL PREPARATORY I AiaittswffcAta ig 4 10 i nWJlTH E o A 8 CheapestI and Bast School In Eastern t en luckyt Ii i t 1 gTHE NEXT TERM OF TEN WEEKS WILL J i IIijg0 i I BEGINII IIi l Iol I rg or the Publlo Saltnol ffgSfflIll gtivetl her I Inn nppartutihy to preparo 81 fur fcnclacr CertilluteH 01fifr1h11Begtlar Course may bo taken without extra costtftsj 10 IgTuitiunI for 100ao tEntor on the 29th j o 10 WM H CORD Principal j oooooooooboopopQbpppoooopopoooodrpoo I 01 j oo pooo I tno t ROSEDAVISOPHACTICL 0 BLACKSMITHS AND WAGON MAKERS HAZEL GREEN KENTUCV MAKE A SPECIALTY OF BUILDING FARM and ROAD WE use the Hrst Material RIll Guarantee Satisfaction Cull and get and when you need anything of time kind give mo your order WAGONSIHomo People get only Honest Work and bo Happy IN THE HORSE SHOEING AND REPAIR DEPARTMENT WE labor every roan btinb an artist In his lltdHltvllrd your work Is respectfully solicited BJNESS mil tk SOPTHirl9Urrl1IEiioorin 1r WANrtP1CMoctrlouRNRITRfEr r THE ERALDIS THE UEST ADVERnBlNG J MEDIUM ilNiE S1TJIXJC I t w r 0 rr t r1 d 1 1 I PIdJ BiliousnessutliIsedbr tontht dyer whloh 11 tteod Q ferinanty trtfJI Then follow adtclYt H dmt oineaa and- o fit f II emlllalloMS- PlIk attlfla111tothe stomach nlstense the ItVrr cure hradnchn dlrrlncss con rtlpatton etc Z cents Hold by nil lriiciilit Jffaontrm to take with lloal9 Harsnpnrllln g ti iiiiiHHU1IJll1l11JlW1mBlW11I1-V a STATE SIFTINGS Im- mmrmrrrnmmrrrrnmmmffill1 1 1 Tho Kaaliah colony At Middlcsboro W celebrate Queen Victoria jubilee in Ioyitl style Mrs R P JlcChnrd of Urooksvllle lint four barrels of sonp made in the last year of the war Mrs Mecks the Shelby county woman from whom Louisvillo doctors removed n tumor weighing 215 pounds died a few days later A mob destroyed tho tobacco beds ofjj T J Rogers in Scott county All tho I plants yore pulled up and tho C IIIIIIII torn into HlmIIThomas IHggins and Charles Arnett were sentenced to two years each in tho penitentiary for killing Ilea lllsner in Mugoflln county Five Caldwoll county children whoI hnd been bitten by u mud dug wereI taken to 1uducah recently to have the mad stone applied Trent excitement was created in the Warnock neighborhood in irccnupI COUllttby the finding of parts of a human body in tho woods runners throughout Clarrnrd county are suOering losses of homos and hugs with pink eye and cholera Ono man lust yO hugs out of a bunch of 8J The grand jury of Nicholas county refused to indict 1cto KingI for murder committed 25 years ago and fur which oflbnso ho Will recently lodged in jail At Iinovillp Samuel1 Ditnon and Dayo Young quarreled over tho aireotions of Fatinlu lirown Young wet perhaps fa tally shut All the parties aro colored Mnnliim Hllrllnf Clark county sent to Ircftdent McKinley a large Kycamoro pipe with a howl two inclius deep The present was nekhowledged In u courteous letterAt Flatwood Oarrard county Win Conn jr shot and killed Jacob Cnllo way and fatally wounded Robert Hroud dus constable Tho trouble was about u womauJohn Jones who died at Corhin tho other tiny was born on tho 21th day of the month was married on the iMth died on time 24th mind leaves a widow 211 yearn of nge- rl1mnndn Kash colored was given n Ijcaring nt Maysvlllo on n charge of utl fcflhg counterfeit coin anti was sent to jail She slivered pennies and them for lilacs fWhile Louisville Covington mill other epics in tho state have hind on increase lit tho number of children of school ago Lexington shows n falling oil of 1531 children from last year Fouryears in tho penitentiary for stealing tour chickens is n pretty stiff price to pay but that is what Virgil Mukes colored got for breaking Into n chicken kouio at Carrollton R JOodboy A prominent farmer Cflioy county has in his possession A lilWo published in 104R Although tho leaves are yellow with ego time print Is- IS clear na though It had just come from tho press John Bailey attempted to force nn en trance into n room of Gran Uurtons rc idoncevfttilydjn whore ho hind left n jug of whisky Burton bccatno enraged and bent him perhaps fatally with fence rail The jury in tho case of hard Jennie Jildd xviilow I of Thomas Judd of Cut lettaburg against tho C t 0 railroad for 40000 damages for tho killing of her husband gave tho plaintiff a judg went for t86QOIAt Paducah 8lnon Gregory aged tens killed by Dave Colo aged 83 sloth jcre inilaates of the county Infirmary pmCo1e became incensed at Gregory ate his hands trembled and struck IiJo the head with a club B V 1uttIct I rtns w 1y r l Cerisei i county and when the smoke had JtJMI IJ I IR7 jltt 1d9tCoru tt and Scott were dealand the other two badly woun II r x ying n J1prJ1b i hiesejyLps1 JIlle nay of that place killed 184 rats In 21II hours ThoTaihKeBtucklnn Citizen commenting says Mr Hnmcy made n rattling good record and mnst have made a raid on tho rodents while they were holding n ratification it cctlng At Murphyavlllc MiiBon county 15uf fington Forinnn n popular young man 100 with n felran o foot race for yards low on horseback Art they were return lag Forman suddenly sank to tho ground and was n corpse III a few minutes When ho fell his companions thought he was fouling and then began to throw I clods at lalmtJJ H Hoggs has n knife of the heavy hawk hill pattern that has quite n history as It was this weapon that dill the cutting of the hoards and the digging of the tunnels that liberated him and 24 1 companions of the confederate army from the white onk dungeon nt Camp Douglaw nn tho nightof October 17 18IH Nicholasvillc TourllnlII Too members of tho Inyotto countI fluent court are discussing a scheme to replace tho burned courthouse with a half million dollar structure covering I the entire equare to contains in addition to time court soma old county ofllcc4 a largo auditorium Hiiitnhlo for state con ventions and capable of seating f000 business olficcs and offices for profession nl men J 0 Caldwell sold to J W Hales agent eight hundred head of fat cattle at 1G5 per hundred Ouo half the cattle are to ho taken within time next twenty days and time remainder about July I As these cattle will average about 1100 pounds to the head the sum total of too deal will approximate rili 000 Mr Males is night for time Schwat uliililSchultbergor cattle company ofI New York Chicago nail IKansas City Danville Advocate Tho Bost Remedy for Rhemuntlcni Tlio Falrhaven X Y Register snys tunica 1ewland of this village states that for twentyfive years his wife hns been a snlleior from rheumatism A few nights ago she was in such pain that she n WI nearly crazy She Mint Mr low land for tin doctor hut he had read of Chamberlains Vain Malm mid instead of going for tho physician II went toI Ion store and secured n bottle of it His wife did not approve of Jlr Rowlands purchase at first hut nevertheless applied tho shunt thoroughly and in an hours time was able to go to sleep She now n ipllell it whenever she feels an echo or a pain mind Iftuls tint it always gives re lief Ho cays that no medicine which she land used over did her as much good Tim 25 and CO cent sizes for stile by J T Day Her Conscience Smoto nor Too Soon By ono of those lucky inspirations that Boinqtiines come to people a young society budat tho races Saturday with n jolly party put a 182 bill on Hum IIbug just because as she laughingly explained she liked tho name When Humbug a CO to 1 crossed tine lino win ner Miss Hcauty was speechless with surprise and excitement She explained that her parents were bitterly opposed to race betting and now that she had won n cool hundred dollars she was afraid to take it homo She wits boo t veen tho devil and tho deep blue sea In milking her choke as to what to do it turned out tint she fell into time tea for she hot all of tho hundred dollars on Nancy Till in thin next race nlHllot- itIller parents had heard of her win before sine got homo that evening and wore greatly pleased They offered her con gratulations Instead of scolding her it makes n lot of difference whether you win or logo in determining how wrong gambling is and then she until to con fess that her coward conscience I made her Icso it almost M noun as shin had won it Evening Post 1fbo Woitfield Ind News prints following in regard to an old resident of that place Frank McAvoy for ninny years in tho employ of tho L NA C fly here 88II have used Cham berlains Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy for ten years or longer never without it in my family Icon t8ldcr it tho best remedy of the kind manufactured I take pleasure in rec- Ommending it It Is a specific for bowel disorders For pale by J T Day Poll SAIK Scholarship in one of tho beat BuiluesacoHcgca in Ohio i cost GO jGrhenaprKt j HOW TO FIND OUTS villa bottle or common glass with urine- ilhftI It entyfuur hours n scd t or etld indicates n dl8enlled ItI bfJldneys When urine linen it is positive evidence of kids hey trouble Too frequent desire tJ j urinate or pain in the back isI also can I vincing proof that the kidneys and bladI dor arc out of ordrII WIIAX TO IO There is comfort in time knowledge so often expreyed that Dr KlInersHwami Iluot the great kidney remedy fulfills every wUh in relieving pnin in the loci kidneys liver bladder and every part of time urinary passages It corrects lnibil tty to hold urine and scolding pain in passing It or bad edicts following use of liquor wine or beer mind wvcrcomcs that necessity of being compelled to got up runny times during time night to urinate The mild nod tho extraordi nary eflect of Swamp Root is soon real ized It stands tho highest for its won derful cures of the most distressing cases If you sects a medicine you should have time lest Sold by druggists price fifty cents andone dollar Fur a sample bot tie and pamphlet both sent free by mall mention Tin HAXKI Gniiux Hniuin 1I11111llIdollr full pojtollico address to Dr Kilmer it Co liinghumpton N Y Tie proprietors of this paper guarantee the genuineness of this oiler Pay that subscription you owe UH and save further expense A Big Drop in Values The state hoard of equalization has completed its labors and given out the following statement as to its work Total value of property in the state ns assessed Iby the coun ty assessors 1530085351 Total value of time same prop erty as c iinlicd by the board r lt 409771 Last year the total assessed value wasI STiMlSli I and time equalized value 7092G702 This shows that tho as sensed value this year was 2JftOO000 less thnn last year while tho equalized value is about 21600000 less than last yearLust year the taxes due under the 121 cent tax was 2115iS while this year the fr31 cent rate goes into edecl and time taxes will amount to 2SSIJH or an increiiso of over LiOOOO flnwfawmrw woimfrsD ftR 1m IeuMD U6lbiillr I Ine Tdrfloitey will stop yourcouh and cure the causeBol- dby nil drunrt U or sent upon receipt of prlceMc 80c wij I1 per bottle by Toe Co E 8BTIIUULANO MEDICINE CO IADCOAU IC- YIIOWARD M A STAMPER ATTOUNBYATLAW OAJirTON KYt Will practice In the courts of Wolfe and the adjoining counties All bushieis entrusted Ito ou cars will receive prompt attention TOUR FORTUNEKvoorthnII oil VanrliMpin m U yonr mmnirib hmlihJoUUNinilNN MKNTllOI IMIAIKIC It Hid firontert rollnr to fUnllkln11 nil IIInd trouts C1ItItimivlistAuburnd ayII rmvIllalsJ SEITZ 11W WITH W M KERR CO IIJOUI1XRS IN Hardware 86 Agricultural Im foments 1 IRONTON O THE HERALDI FOR ALL KINDS OF JOB PKINTJXG TAX SALE School District No 7 Wolfe county Kj As tretiatlrer of the above named district All the SJth day of May ll Aour of 10 oclock u in nod 4ociockpurfi 4 Ml this courtliousc dun r 4i t JJlrnfI Itn Veil at public vinery iy viy rll jlue IIIII nr trensurcr M tllti Jllnve Uamoll Mlshricf tot the years 180J WrQ lheilaitJi illie fnllowini niiinud person situated Will Ii said district or to mubli tHeW6f liii kiOi be needful to pay thii tnXea due andcollta indicated berets The hind levied on n I the property of Win Spencer who is 1qt fVOs fur tnsoi I14 bimriilcd on the sotithn the lands of 8 F Allen eiist br Josep Harris nod Joseph Spencer north oy Henr Alcxniulur west by John U Horton ant Luna Spencer mid listed in the name 01 Wot Spiiicur liven under filmy hand this April 2m J 1891 JOMflll 1IAU1H8 Trcns School lsi No 7 Wolle Co Advertising tee 1I- goooooooOCOOOo00o00000000 oSUB8ORIBE NOW u 0- o mrlGtt + 0- o 0 8THUV g I WEEKLY 1 LOUISVILLE I DISPATCHI 1 u 8 8A STRAIGHT DEMOCRATIC 0 0NEWSPAPER g g For thoFroo Coinage of Silver u For too Chicago PlatformJ 8 For tho Democratic Nominees a 8 For tho Interest of the Masses o All the Latest Telegraph News J 8 All the Latest State News c- Allo o the Latest Market Reports gJ 88 Correct Market Reports 8 ag8 Honest Editorial Policy 2 g Tho Weekly Louisville Dispatch 8 0 O O AND Till g 8 Hazel o Green a Herald 2- o O o M vi vii ItHCIco c O rJ3 ti lIhIj1t NClV nul InKin wllli- UH Co first I UIIKII UlN Ilepuch Wltlfll Co wilt npiniiir Mm HDUiiinl wnit IIn Apr- ilooooooooooooooooooooooooo c V1111G11861e1aI HanK t WlNCllKSTKlt KY N 11 WrrilKHSlOON President It H UNTEIt Cashier Paid up CapitaT 2000000 Surplus 6000000 Tills lank solicits time nccounts of nici clmntfl fanners traders nail business mCI generally throughout Kiihtcrn Kentucky IUd odors its customers every facility nn time most liberal terms wjthin the posits o e itlin utc biinklni octlSly hn WHllIS i WNEECEB HAZEL OttBEX KY Blacksmiths and Wagonmakers Having leased tai shop known ns th I 11111IcomiiUtellneorblnel ntnitliini sad wneoi jRi making tools and materials are pre iareil to do nil kinds of work In our line and nt the most reasonable rates Ulvu us n cull nnd n trial Hewjiectfiil- lyV WALLiS O W WllKKLKIl FIFTY DOLLARS A WEEK Easily made Agents wanted in every lo cality lor IGai11 J IlryanH great nnd only hook The First Hitttlo The best seller ever produced Agents are taking ns ninny ns JOU orders per week Beware of fraudulent imitations Send for outfit summit begin work it once W B CONKKV COMPANY Publishers 311 Dearborn street Chicago 10MB3 HOUSE CAMFTON KY J B IIOLLON rnorniKTOR Tho patronage of the traveling public IIs respectfully solicited Table the host nnd every attention to the comfort ofguests FLOYD BY11D A Campton Ky ATTORNEYATLAWftr dons made and prompt returns guaranteed DayMtJAi WAVJMKEE 31 D Physician and Surgeon HAZEL GREEN KY N Surgoryand obstetrics a Lexington and Eastern Railway Tlmo 2Effect 11G 1396 J h H r- r I Tt rW uNJ1 I ldt iioJStNI nidpJH Do iJlieztli oq I Mlu t LeJdngton111 CO uui iI 0 l0 pui I I 120 pm 24 stnt lillina 47 pm Winchester 0 05 nut 1il3 11111I 11 pm Fnlrllc I 8 r2 nm 5 17 pal 1 CO pm Villas kIds 8 atluin n 02 pni 1 05 jim Clay City 8 1U nm 4 45 pm 11 40 nm Htanton 8 10 nm It 15 pin 11 20 nm Filspn 7 fil am 4 21 pIn 10 48 nm Dundee 71i UIIII 4 07 pin 10 17 am Nut llrldgc 7 40 4 hl pin 10 01 nm Torrent 7 24 am 1 47 pm 9eG u in Itetttyve Jc 7 03 ate 1 20 pm 8 00 am Three FksC- Atliol 0 f I u in II 1C pm 7 10 inn 01 Wnm 2 C5 pin III 50 am- tJackson 6 00 nin 21 pal SO nm EAST BOUND 1104 No6rI STATIONS 102 Siintlnys Daily cx 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