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Digital page images are linked to the text file. 1- q 4 v r- sr f n r j yyx 4 a dtt I II r jT i l t Yr yi- v QIt M Of J L tI 4S4 ca t A uvath 4S3 a- a aof q- BuL hiN9r f i 1 t i1raEstabUahed March ltd 3iratfaettt pr hoax tTl 1 f J ia MCERerY Ot ft IfoUy World With Jfewi FromAll Nation KiiVrfp at m I Jtaek 1 n THIRTEENTH YnOU n C Y NIP YtIURSDAZ JUNE 31897Li H G A n OMMENCEMENT EXERCISES AT THE U ACADEMY tleath geulon Come to a Close fn a Blaze of Glory t 0 t young Iladies and young meua J declamatory tpntcstr pn last Saturday- c etwHng was well nUcnded W H Dc jfat presided as chairman There wore strong efforts made by 08CbofthecontesUntU being decldcdly mre- 1iof the best contests we have over Ja JitdeMed1o the history of the academy- The young ladies came first on the pro ariai followed by the young men After tLDVocatlP prouuunced by Rev Deg gendorf the spcakers Vere introduced tbfcjfirst being Miss Eva Jackson of Soeiccr Ky subjectJTho Keeper of the Light followed by Misa Monrovia Testerman of Grassy Ky subject Sio Dumb Savior and Miss Lydia Ledford of Spencer Ky subject= Tho Confessional After tho tHrce young Iftilfes there was muolc given by Misses Hall and Rose Then came W HJ- subjectWhitt of Perlie Ky Thc World Needs Light W H Roark camp next In a thrilling patriotic speech titled liTho Unknown SpjoaJter The Tiext speaker was C E Ledford of Spencer Ky subject The Rising of 76 5 then C P Rodgers of Furnace Ky was introduced his speech was a very touching titJetIITho Lonely Deathbed then B M Mannin of Tpllver Ky was introduced his sub jest being The Centennial Last but not least came W C Campbellof Hazel Green Ky his subject being c The Fall of Pemberton Mill All of the speakers received the best of attention The judges then retired and Miss Bernice Hall entertained the house with s vocal solo after which the judges ro1 turned and in a neat little speech Rev Pcggemlorf awarded the medals to Miss Eva Jackson and Clay Campbell The young ladies and gentlemen acquitted themselves with honor and we are sorry we have not moro space to speak of the many superior qualifications of each ibut certainly success will be theirs if they will only go on Prof Cord delivered the baccalaureate sermon at tho Christian church Sunday morning his text being in tho question oC Wherewithal shall a young man clear his way And it was so plain and to the point as to impress all who heard iit Jis a most appropriato address for the occasionOn evening the entertainment gluon by tho two societies of the acad emy was attended with great interest the crowd being so largo that the seating capacity of the hall could not comfortably accommodate more than half the audience The program was n well selected one and showed that the teachers had spared no pains in preparing their pupils to render it both instructive and effective eapecfatlyentertainment was a success The doba to on Tuesday night in which four of the finest speakers in tho school participated was a pronounced success from an oratorical standpoint The subject This Nation Will Fall as all Others Havo Fallen was affirmed by negativedbyE 0 Taulbco of Hazel Green repre seating the first society and R R Nick and Noah Cisco of Morgan county tho 1 byWillioby Mr Nlckcll for the negative Then E 0 Taulbee for the affirmative and Noah Cisco closed for tho negative Tho judges retired for n few minutes consultation and brought in their decision which awarded tho medal to Willie Kash as the best speaker and tho argument in the Utile Dulci representatives OneydoJivcred Yet Not All Alone which was both well written and well delivered Indeed it was so good that if wo can do so wo shall reproduce it in our next issue Elder J O Kendrick of Danville do Jiverfyl a lecture on education its use fulness whoa properly applied how every 1I f 4- w T 64A one was made better by it whether on the farm in alawyerthem that if it were only to accumulate money education was improperly used andone had better be and remain in ignorance than to put knowledge to such ignoble use His lecture abounded with objectlessenspress Then tho award of the diploma to II E Oney as graduate was made by Prof Cord who alto presented tho medals as follows R K Nickell Index for schol arship and John W Profitt Democrat for deportment andattendance On Wednesday evening Elder Ken YoungPeoplesvor at tho Christian church Thus closed the eleventh session of the Hazel Green academy in a blaze of glory and brilliant success tiI Mt PRESS INFLUENCE A Nashville Clergyman Commends the Press of the Country The Rev W T Rodgers recently de livered an eloquent sermon in Nashville to a largo congregation partially consisting of newspaper men In the course of his remarks he said Wo understand that newspapers are great news gatherers and the same ques tion is asked on tho streets today that was asked at Athens centuries ago II What is tho news To gratify tho desire of people newspapers wero estab lished All people read them The newspapers havo the eye and car of tbo worldand newspaper men are writing the worlds history They see and hear everything which happens and tell every one about it Great libraries exist and are multiplied because of the writers printers and printing presses Some of our greatest newspaper men begun their newspaper career as news boys and then step by step they climbed the ladder of fame until they reached the pinnacle of tho profession Trained muscle la just as necessary in getting out a newspaper as a trained mind I believe that tho Church of Christ Is not taking as much interest in newspaper men as it should I have searched tho records but have never found n special sermon for newspaper menNewspapers have exerted a great influ once upon the public This great Con tennial could not havo been what it is today without the great advertisement that thin newspapers have given It Then newspapers correct evils and right wrongs The opportunity for doing good break ing chains of depression and other great things that these men have aro untold- I wish that the newspaper men would minimize the evil and maximize the good I also wish that newspapers would be moro careful about personal matters A man wronged by a newspaper can never be righted sufficiently to erase the blot from his reputation- I believe that newspapers ought to put sin in its truo light and on tho other hand put virtue in its right light I believe that tho truo and righteous print fog press is the greatest enemy that the devil hasIThese men are largely the leaders of the people and they ought to bo the best men in the world Although newspaper men have great temptations with the help of God they can servo Him as well at the printing press as anywhere clso in the world A man is not fallen but that God can lift him up so that ho may bo a blessing to tho world Conscience is tho voice of God I dont taro how good or how mean a person 1s he has a conscience Newspaper men as other men will have to give an account of their actions on the judgment day I congratulate you newspaper men for your glorious opportunities and sincerely hope that you will use them in elevating and Christianizing the people I believe that a glorious crown awaits a man who has consecrated his printing press for the uplift of the people May God bless tho newspaper men of this country and use them for the good of tho people is my earnest prayer Newspaper Maker Miss Zerilila Wood and brother Al fred are visiting relatives and friends on Holloy this week f w f MADE FAMOUS A- In the story of Jonnthnn and Ills iCoa neat by tyix QKeH When you want tel read a roil live nowapaper THE UAxrr aydwatkwrlc tat1hPJI IttPEh al ullljslllO dt f eltAdfertillerttime they secure space Seudsubsoriplloriiy mid write for ad rates to 0 8P 0JOHaxol JUyt Oft 1IOLAY 1 Is the hate ia Bath Ganaty Says JaI CI sapTheI due here last night to release Johnson failed to materialize Ever thing is quiet here today yet every fcie is on the alert and the snapping of a twig is enough to call together a force of frightened men Judge Gudgell in an address to tho public says in part Tho law to suppress mob violence will be sustained by tho whole power of the state Wo have a fearless and vigi last sheriff and thin backing of the law abiding clement of tho community We need have no fear of the result of tho conflict The law will prevail The question of free pikes ins submerged in the great issue of law or no law CI It is useless to discuss tho one It is absolutely necessary to maintain tho other Tho private and pubic property in turnpikes and families living in thin toll houses will bo protected as long as wo aro the countys officers It may be necessary to spend more money in sixty days than would buy all tho roads in the county and maintain them for five years We have now no lawful way to obtain tho money for the purchase and mnintnlnmcnt of free pikes but there in no constitutional limit in tho power of court to levy nay amount to preserve the public peace and safety CI There aro fifteen gates in the county that have a right to demand protection from tho county Ten guards at each gate at t2 per day with tho necessary guns and ammunition will coat in one month as much as we now raise by our annual fiftycent levy Every foot of land in thin county is mortgaged to pay this debt It falls heavy upon the small farm with its capacity already overtaxed to support the family but the life and legal right of tho humblest toll gate keeper in Bath county are worth it all and if it takes every dollars worth of property in tho county it is better spent in enforcing tho law than suffering the depredation and destruction at tho brad of tho lawless bands of midnight marauders There would bo no need of spending 300 or 400 a day defending toll gatesI if tho tax payers will dp their duty by either persuading their neighbors andI tenants or informing upon them Mur der arson robbery dynamite and raidsI on property and citizens are openly andl defiantly advocated in every quarter Has it come to tho pass that an honest man is afraid to denounce these outrage sI at all times and all places T No Do your duty as good citizens and wo ca atop this in a week Judge Gudgoll also offers a reward o 200 for the apprehension and conviction of persons engaged in Friday nightsI raid This is in addition to n simile reward offered by the governor Thirt guards Bro patrolling Owingsvillo tonight to prevent raiders from burning the town Boone Stamper of Stamper branch Was taken ill about three weeks ago and has since been confined to his homo una blo to do anything Ills neighbors very kindlyvolunteered their services and planted his corn for him and should h I not get hotter they will aid all they ca- in n making a crop Such neighbors are an honor to any community and when one lives in a neighborhood peopled like that ho feels that ho is among friends It is to bbo hoped however that Mr Stamper will soon regain his health Thos J Dunaway of Barry Station Harrison county is hero under treat wont with Dr Mason JCasb Mr Duna way is about 78 years of age and some 30 years ago Dr Ivasb when yet ayoun physician reduced a severe dislocation of the shoulder slhce which tithe they have been fast friends t l w tit ic gORRESPONDENGE YIIXI ofmm I R 4 rN11 Brothers 1 rrr1a daeep jtlill- and others preached at this place Satur day and Sunday Iwtto acrowded house andgood order pro VHllod i Old Brother James F Ely hat beent stricken down and Iis very ill and not expected to last many days He isI paralyzed in one Bide and but of his mind and knows nothing apparently of what iis going on Ho is sinking fast and no doubt ere this goes to print ho may have passed away Juno t UNCLE REMUS MORGAN COUNTY CeiieUUei Okat Prayer mooting at John Davidsons Sunday at 2 oclock Jeff Brewer will preach at this Big Branch school house Saturday night and Sunday at 11 a m A free silver man on a small tributary of Grassy has just finished planting 100 acres of corn Beat this on as small a creekRev Barney Blankcnship was homo from Friday to Sundy from tho big sawmill in Menefee county where ho hasi been at work for two months Did anybody over see a crawfish catch a duck f Tho Drako saw this and it was one of tho pekin breed of ducks We can furnish proof of this if necessary Corn is worth a dollar a bushel ini Mexico and as Mexico has not changedI her money standard the dollar which tho farmers gets for his bushel of corn I still bo a dollar to pay his debts an I taxes railroad fares anti hotel bills antI1 buy a dollars worth of anything ho needsI from tho merchant Corn is worth twentyfour cents a bushel in Chicago and since our money standard has beer changed from tho double standard to tho gold standard tho 24 cents which tho farmer gets for his bushelof corn pity 24 cents on his debts taxes railroad fares and hotel bills where formerly a bushel of corn would have paid 48 cents on his debts taxes etc While tin change in tho money standard has cut his price of corn half in two debt taxes i railroad fares and Interest rates word not correspondingly reduced This il lustration has n wide application which every intelligent man will understand demonstrates the injustice which tho gold standard has done to all classed except tho money lenders monopolists and those who have fixed incomes which are not affected by tho general condition of the country Juno 1 TJIB DJIAKE Caney Callings Born to the wife of John A Wells on tho 30th ult a fino redheaded girl Miss Pet Whtttaker of Canoy is at tending tho closing exorcises of H G A nJackson Day and wire who have been tirofpast with broken bone are able to b e lout again Mrs Mary Gullettc wifo of Mason anydI not expected to live Sho has something like consumption Juno 1 E rQU1ltEn Mrs Eliza Swango looked for her sont James H Swango to arrive home on Monday evening and was disappointed 1 that he did not About the time how ever that she expected him in the fleshI handedoa letter from him with two handkerchiefs enclosed Sho gulped down her dual pointment in not seeing him and sat down to shed tears in relief when itoud dcnly dawned upon her that providence had provided her with the handkerchiefs nt an opportune moment So she wiped her weeping eyes with Jims newly ar rived linen and contented herself in the hope that ho would be hire the last of the month at which time he baa prom t agTHE HERALD 4- f1if1 t t J d FOR ALL KINDS OF JOB PJtlHTJNG F Vu iJJThiiU LedIK ITiaai3r ptw seats an inlaite variety of strikkiflr a iiwraeItr a- p Jordan os1l at Victoria1 Ha itself ji C progreM4Fthe coronation oMbeJsngUsh Sovtrtlfa Coming ea QuefrtOn QHeeas JM iJ Ilee U is especially timely TIle MtaUUh a toiAetbgdlaptin intIrlcrieb6e i asistereetisg article by YWJScott D D on When JoIn Wfifcy llVesleya describe the first Methodist MBMM in Aerlcaw6lch was dollvcred1r1O Weileyrand hIt Sundayschool which Htltef I M4a t world UaslealluaeCwt lnNeyPaJ4h1 l3tes Treasury fe rcoctcfJaad kowIt 4xL gulljyjenrleni carefully avoid revealing their identity EtwartlY Bok makes an appeal that h the poor children of the cltloi bo given an outing in country during A part of the summer Ho YigMftttsty denounces The Oflenio of the Colored Shirt also discusses tho Itch to bo Been1 Lovers of fiction will read withI delight Ella Higgluatons short story One a Them Still Stubborn Kinds and Alice S Wolfs romance Her AftorFame Charles Dana Gibsons drawing Tho People ef Dickons most interestingly pictures Mr and Mrs Mlcawbor David Copporfield and Traddlcs RId a page of Mr Woolla waifs gives a most touching insight into what summer means to the S children of tho poor in cities A song SponsorILittlo Tycoon etc will bo welcomed by UeodyaIarticles discusses lingo in the Evan gcllsts characteristic lucid manner and broth chats of Humor and the Hu monists Along tho more practical three are Mrs S T Rorera Cooking Lessons on veg ambles and their preparation IIA Simples Way to Swim j Tho flack Yard as a Summer Retreat j Lamp Shades for Summer Cottages Tho City Womans Garden j For Wear In Summer Trav c1IIWhnt to Epcct from a Young Man by Ruth Asliraoro articles on dress needlework ote Tho Juno Jour nal attractive interesting and Inatruc tivo from cover to cover By the Curtis Publishing Company Philadelphia Ton cents per copy ono dollar per year Excursion to Niagara Falls Tho annual uxcursion of the C H v D Kail way to Niagara Falls will occur this your on July 8th The rate front t Cincinnati 0 will bo 700 Tickets will be good fivo days Trains will leave Cincinnati about 12 Noon The accommodations will be first class in every particular Elegant day A coaches Pullman and Wagner sleepingx Sri cars The route IIn tho most interesting of any Going via Toledo Detroit andPthe Michigan Central Railway through directepasses close to tho brink from which asfull and complete view of both the American and Canadian Falls can be seta to advantage Niagara is one of the greatest wonders on the globereverybody knows of Niagara and every body wants to go there The O H D railway was the first to inaugurate a5 these cheap excursions anti always ins the best accommodations pfovldedrol A its plies Persons desiring full hiAformation about this excursion should address the undersigned and a dwcrip Idve circular will bo mailed yourD G EDWAKDi rawrTraffleMggOHDJly Cincinnati Ohiou1 Prevention Is better thann curt a Koch your blood pure your appetite good and your digestion perfect by taking Hoods Sarsaparilla Hoods Pills acthaiTnonioiwlywliit o i nood Patl ldJigcutt llatf7 t- DrdrsieKaahgave a dhsaer teawe- rfrler3toaday tawbtok wteKi at- yotusr tit it iwIksof towa hadath aylte- a f md jse They say Mrs j Is h eZUet rtrrriLi oMk k r tip r t7 rt 1 j1 f s n y f 7 t tt- f t- v W ILf II2je 0 J r Jr oJ II- u I l I s c 1i i L HAXCtCREVN RYv THURSDAY ut3t 1SB71 1 L ontANNUNCEMENiS rer IMe eutM s f WarfcMtiorli edlte at1nR JOHN A SedptoraIIj e dhrtrlet ffelte the aettea tlftke Dwab I I lraUep i j 0ler NrVey r of M wU Ont We are authorised tn announe JAMES S IIAL8RT as A candidate for County San vejer of Morgan county subject to the det Nuvember1897fig RESIPIRATIONS S JUDGE GUDUEIL of Math county is the hero of the hour and an honor to Kentucky Were every county In the i atate blessed with suchan executive n officer mob law would won bo a thing of c the past His manly nddrcrs to the peo plo of hie county published elscwheroln this ittuc in which he appeals to the tax- iI payers to do their duty ns good citizens Jis a document that deserves preservation nmong the precious papers in the archives a of the state and the example set by him in worthy the emulation of every county Ir f judge in UM commonwealth under like s circumstances Good people everywhere e 4will eiiiK him penns of praise and hold up hia hands with pen and press for his t 2 Inuilnblo and lawloving course in pro t t testing tho property and lives of all tho citizens of his county for the first of which ho is tho trustee and tho latter unrdiiui In commending hits course ono can not help contrasting his charac I ter with the craven cowardice of other county judges in this old commonwealth IH so celebrated fw its chivalrous and coui nd cons cltiioiu But the recent conduct of the latter in too odious for comparison Cudgel iaa glnflliitor worthy any in tho 4 knight crantrv nets of old and then asI 1ra t now would hate been n hero worthy tho horango of nil honest citizens As t tho matter of free pikes wo hare nothing to say except to go on record with this prediction Through neglect nOli Cor other reasons they will winner or later bnconip an intolcrnblo nuisance and prove an v incubus upon our Industry But that every citiycn ought to bo protected in Jib property rs well as his personal rights f no honest man can or will deny Tills lIs J what Judge Cudgel is doing and for j + yrtitch ho deserves commendation The icry Down with the gates until those who own them have been paid for their 1 property is only flying in the face of freedom the red rog of anarchy and 1 t if tint speedily suppressed would very soon reduce our country to n stnto of ruin second only to that of Russia where nn nrchy nlhilUm and their IslnSixtd evils1 run riot Tho owners ot turnpike stoc- rr nod toll gates arc as much entitled to tb Y laws protection as is the merchant hi s merchandise or the farmer to his live i x stock or produce Any Won contrary tto 4s this principle cnmnattn front n brain K l firldincendiary an should be Instantly extinguished Tho r people of Bath county should nece i Judge GudgcUa dlagu is of the diwase p ivUh which they aro prostrated And withj railSitl 4 apparently the only remedy for read r relief and its quick application wills 1r expense All honor to Gudgoll Would tkero were sore of hits I c THKcentwt for the Democratic nomi- natioN of a candidate for clerk of the njppellato court now on at Frankfort the promises tobo decidedly warm T strength of the six candidates Indicated l y the instructed votes and on estimates M to Instructed tote will bo about ai j fellow eft the fret ballot Greene 262 J JtlclianfooD SS 8hackef rd191 Fqrd 553 Vateon 1151 Mason 104 Xis f 3 ytlu ehunce for the Bqwittailwi ecma O77 = tAAIl JraV few frle lliwlulga the hope f altiaatltI aj t 6 YhxV f drw7Qt weM atsa 3QI4 rK MOMSeui Clroes a4esiy rrlIr A 4tkr pets T c = 11 rait 7 rlfJ t YatL a JI 1- 4wt 1w f itt HMk IMIrI lHMtI1rJaNIIroe0 yWMt More refrhlBr after filM week work hw been cMrtfally wd WBKioiitiiHMly perfomed ttertTHE HBRACJ nd hertz what their com pniow are dolnjf Likes letter from home IbxWgb more elaborately it will Mch week tell you ef Those with whom sift kagerMlktfd toHedLbr toyed and atw rett1tlhje let umt Iwe Caii ytlw aftrd 40 deny youreelf this little laxury 1 We eplsK aot and we therefore mod tly wg ent that you subecrlbe ate Yeti cad tend in 3fotlr address afterward Step litf sad eco us It slag be to yitrInterest to do so Disnvcr earthquake shocks were felt PtpeolYeetfetes oa Monday afternoon oclock Afl it seemed to bo confined to seuthern states usually Democratic in politic the ehako up appears significant of the wrathof providence against them for passing under Republican rule But this 1Is only a forerunner of what they are vet to feel fortbcir foolishness and It should be an especial warning to gold standard Democrats for their wayward course in deserting the free sllver cause The K VI A Proceedings of the fourth semiannual meeting ef the Kentucky Valley Medi cal Association held at Torrent Ky May 28 and 20 1897 The following members were present Dr D D Cox sr Dr W G Daily Dr B D Cox jr 0111 II Stamper Dr Profiit Dr J II Stamper Dr W H Bush Dr C B Baker and Dr B Little page Tho president Dr B D Cox delivered the address of welcome Severn mem bors had papers which were rend and discussed by all of great interest to the medical fraternity Dn W B Bush as nn honorary mem ber of the society ulso read an interest paper on dentistry Ira J II Stamper J1 W Ish IOnic trod n Littlepago were appointed a com inltteo to arrange a program for the next meeting The society wn given n banquet by Dr B n Cox rl the spread consisted of birds fish and all the delicacies of the Beacon which was enjoyed by all present Dr J W Tshmnel nnd Dr Hdmblin were made members of the association Music and dancing was brought in to while away tho fleeting hours and make gladoThe meeting was ore of the most sue cewrful that hat been held and while it WAS not attended nt it should have been it wasa hauling succrsa In every sense of tho wordJ Moved and seconded that the associa flea invite the doctors of Clnr nnd Mbntgomeay counties to join us Car red rho association begs to extend to Mr and Mrs Gaines their henrt felt thanks for their kind nnd hospitable treatment The next mcctlmi will be held at Cloy City ICy September 24th 1897 11 LlTTLKlAOB M n Secretary In taking n Sunday stroll our man about town encountered Jimmie James mid inquired the news Tho little 6yenr kold duringspaperjnnn and eyed with n wistful look our dog Boston To have n talk with this precocious youngster our m n t asked him what ho would give for the pug Ho said he didnt know nnd wai then asked if ho Wouldl nut givo n horse 1lltgive you a bear when I get one Thp reporter was puzzled at the remark and in explanation his fnther said that ho and Rama rat hia friends had been talking isof littleyLentvotalk and jumped to the conclusion Unit bruin would be cwijrht whether or net Henco his proposition and it was ono that would do credit to nn older head Tbo kilt are awfully bright as a generall rule and this little fellow has a bend on hint like old folks Mnv CurtU Govedon Dr Govodons daughter Miss Barbara nnd a XliVWil lIiUllSInil of the Cbnpel neighborhood here visiting hero Saturday andprovided headwcargj Charley Shlveley representing James A Shuttlaworth Co Louisville cloth low is Ktihe Day House He came over rot C wpt W cMterdliy having tele Jie dHF PJerttt Bro fra hack M mK W at first place U l t L- 7p 11 t n 3 I If CObemes Are Bine as i 1 s til l t w wre temptingtliMo willntboughtlorI v The FirstBite f j in 200 mens flue all wool suits in Clay Worsteds Cheviots and Bannockburnn two arid three t supnor j t 1 of them cost us less than 12 wholesale but you can pluck ono for 999mone ill PluckOther11I pre offered in 200 mens Moleskin Pants at 4Co a pair elcewhere theyll cost vou 76c l 11 200 mens blue CoUonadepant8 At 44c Thev11 cnst you 760 nt any other store i 200 mrna Linen nt 75c n pair and youtill have to 150 nnywhere11 as well 11aila shirt and wear like iron addthatt Pluckti iTHEi CLOTHIERSPt11j E I Grr 9 Ii 1 Some ono stole n fine saddle from the born of Sheriff Sam Henry Wilson of the State Road fork on Sunday night A siHpInious looking party ridingn horse with only saddle blanket nnd pockets to accommodate his seating capacity passed tho barn late that day and when the theft was discovered the conclusion that he got it was the sequence Acting upon this theory Mr Wilson nnd his nephew Will Henry Wilson started in pursuit of the stranger But whether they overhauled him nod recaptured the pigskin or it proved n cold trailour man nbont town did not learn LATEII They caught their man near Prestonsburg in Floyd county with the saddle in his possession from which ho hud removed the fenders nnd stirrup btinps nnd brought him back He is n young man and his father G A Brown lives ut JeOcreonville Montgomery county to whom he has written of his troubles There will be preaching nt Toliver Chapel on Sunday nt 11 oclock n Rev Mr Dunn the Congregational miu inter will conduct the services nnd nil arc invited to attend Misses Myrtle and Mud Maxey of West Liberty availedsf the occasion Iud bought their lints of Mrs S B Knsh whilo here this week Mrs Rebecca Caskcy the venerable mother of our fellow townsman W T Caskcy lies been ill for several days past WlLLIS f IiJILLLEII HAZEL GREEN KY Blacksmiths and Wagonmakers lining leased the sloop known OR the Frank Tylcrshop and purchased a new and complete line of black endtliun ftllllUnnn j I 0 I totloi most rcnmitiable rates fibre n call and u trial llcspeetfully v11VAthlsG COMBS HOUSE OAMPTON KY r J B HOLLON PRopntm ron t Tho patronage of tho traveling Jjobllo iiis respectfully solicited Table the best and j every attention the comfort ofgue6ts A FLOYD BYRD e Ca ptonK- yAiTTOttNETATLAW I colleedonllDayMtJ EITZ c We WITIt W M KERR CO nannaIN Hardware MgricvlturallM ItnJSI- ItONTtN l i 0 f1 t fi 1t i 1 w re T 1- tt 1 r I OIftHeo4 19I i I i f m us c I DEATH JWhen It refers to the end of our earthly career has a horrible sound to any butttsaintly lint In the sense we use it It refers to the annihilation of high prIce a renders everybody happy especially in hard times See our prices on a few rtiyliC Arbuckle Coffee 150Iper pound only 6CperMen 95CAsQC11tillc SODA4CPIE PEACHES OcUpouiiil can oulye OJLight Vl2jiound ROPEOAlBO4 ATIlulf2Cal priue Other ProDorfi t When you want Bargains you can be gratified by on J R IEf3IJEiEC COf6Aa MIZE KENTUCICY nrtft Merchantable Produce taken in Exchange for Goods otherwise Cash j TRAINING AND FEED STABLE keephandp coming hero from a distance who may desire horses pastured fjrS fow days or weeks can have tho best pasture at reasonable rates a IEEE 3r I3IE have a fun of hire in can tho day toftes1erW12WIIESTEIt o KY Bank N II WITHEttSPOON It D 11UNTER Cashier Paid up Capital 20000000 Surplus 6000000 Dank solicit the Recounts of met chants farmers traders and business men generally throughout Eastern Kentucky IIDatbeejjltimnte KIFIFTY DOLLARS A E Easily made Alpnhr wanted tn every 10jj cRlltr tor IlmmIV1 lrItI rclt and onl The The over pro I dente urn taking as ninny j us 200 + rims perseek lltnrure of fniudu lent Imitation fur outfit and begin COMlNlubh8hcrY A 11I0VAttH PER Artoan ATLAw OAXIITON practice in the courts ofWolfe sad the eimtrantedto 4 y pr 1 TijLt C09 J Tin Bucket 15cror the very low of All Goods In calling Also the convenience accommodation of guests of tbg Day House I have opened nearby a firstclass Livory Stable whorl will keep Buggies Saddle Horses and Hacks for hire at all time e1thome1 saddle horse promptly I will ales supply hacks for to drummers charge of carotw drivers for which thy contract by for any length of times oith81rRothwell President This banking octlWly book First Unttle bestseller lucol trod KY Will for anJ NEW iItC1i R 1 MRS S B KASH Fashionable Milliner tapIS KOW IN HAZEL GREEN with u toll line of the latest und newest styles of Millinery Goods nt the lowest prices fnd asks the la dies to await her coming before making their spring purchases j NEWEST STYLES LOWEST PRICES WT COLVIN WITH TRIMBLE BROTHER WkoIesa1e OrDCBIS MT STRULING K GRAS IiTItD ATTORNEYATLAW j CAMPTONKX- aColtlectioai abpeclalty II y 41 tlkiri T4ii KrYr 4 F t H i11 a UOU HlIM t i S littit r HAZCtCRKCNKY THURSDAY Juiro 8189- 7ANNOUNCDMENiS Tar State IiiaUr i We orb Kiitliorlxedto announce JOHN A TAUMIKE of HIIM Green is u CHiidld tc for Btiile Senator for thc1 JHlli BeriatorUl illitrlct MlQoot to the action of the Demo partyh 0 Onrtyypt We nro niithorUed to announu JAMKS 8 IIALSKV u n nndldnto for County Sup r vcyor of Morgan county iiihject to tne iletI 111011 of the votary at time November 1807 election 11BSIPIEATION Junaii GUIHIKU of Ruth county ia tho hero of tho hour and an honor to 4 Kentucky Were every county In tho AUto blotted with such an executive ofllccr utob law would KOOII bo a thing of the peat Ills manly address to tho peo plo of hlIi county published elsewhere In this issue in which he nppcals to tho tux payers to do their duty as good citizens in a document that deserves preservation among the precious papers in time archives of tho state and the example sot by htm is worthy tho emulation of every county judge 1 In Uc ooinmonwonlth under like ulruumstniiccs Good people everywhere will slug htm prans of pralso and hold IIi his bands with pen and press for his laudable and lawloving course in pro At0otlitg limo properly cud lives of mill tho cllirciis of his county for tho fret of which ho in the trustee and tho litter + KUiirdliin In commending his courso yea one can nut help contrasting his charac ter with the craven cowardice of other county judges In thisold commonwealth so celebrated fur its chivalrous and com ngoous citUens Hut tliu recent conduct Of time liilter iHtnootlloiiH for cOlIIlllrllloll Oudgcl ten glnfllnlur worthy any in tho knight crnntry lists of old and then an r now would lmx boon a hero worthy tho linmngo of tilt honest citizens As to 4 tho matter of ftco pikes wo have nothing to nay except to go on record with thin prediction Through neglect and for other reasons they will wonoror litter become an liitolernhlo nuisance and Provo nn incubus upon our industry Hut that very citizen ought to ho protected In 11114 property rs wet as his personal rights no honest man cnn or will deny This Is a what Judgo Qudgtill is doing and for 4 which ho deorrvcs commendation The yUDoWII with the gates until those who own thom have been paid fur their property is ugly flying In tho face of S- 4l freedom the red rug of anarchy and If l T taut speedily Mipprctwd would very JMIOII reduce our country to a state of ruin second only to that of Itussln whore 11111 i itrchy nihlllvDi and tholr kinrcd evils stilt Limit Tho owiirru of turnpike stock nil loll gates arc mis much untitled to tho laws protection as Iis the merchant to hisa luorchnndlso or the farmer to his hive- S stock or produce Any Idea contrary to 1 this principle uinnuiilvH from n brain KO dinonsed us to bo as dangerous an n lire branilJn tho hands of nn incendiary and should bo Instantly extinguished limo t people of Dath county should accept Judge Gudgella diagnosis of tho disease with which they are prostrated find with him unlto In prompt trcutmcnt to eradl onto It ore it become epidemic Ills IID npparontly tho only remedy for ready I relief and its quick application will save tixponsc All honor to Gudgoll Would IhcrO were morn of him THU contest for tho Democratic nonil- imtloii of u cnndldiito for clerk of the iiipillato court now on at Frankfurt promises to bo decidedly warm Tho strength of tho nix candidate indicated t by the instructed votes and on estlmateij l4t its to unluatructed votes will bo abaut ai follows on tho first ballot Qrcono 262 JtlchimlHOt 233 Blwckloford 101 Fqrd- K3 i Ywt8on Mtf iMttson 101 King 4 J Forda chance for the nomiualloii BOCIUB i urlticnl but hU frioudft Indulge thu hope fig thnthe niiiy come in ou a combinationrzMaY- t L r this young men Anti young f nateN of Hrtkel green academy will 4Xbwke upon thoniselyoa the renpousl = A b Uty JK eofeelching and Jft them IMpaat e 06d8ayDr w ilq trtl ttctU yoteg it eoa wader their eon that knowledge they bare to awlduouilr labored to attain wbllo ft ndlng the academy Wlub more refreshing after the weeks work has been carefully and C0necfentio lv performed than to read TilE HBRAC and hear what their com pantone are doing Likd a letter from homo thocgh more elaborately it will melt week tell you of those with whom yfdu hat0 talked tolled or toyedand always triad tldingM let UN hope Cau you aflbrd to deny yourself this little luxury 1 Wo opine not and wo therefore modestly evggwt that you subocribe at once You can send lit your address atrward Step ifa and ice us It shay bo Id your Interest to do so Disnxcr earthquake shocks were felt At various points in Kentucky Tennes ice West Virginia Alabama and other states ou Monday afternoon abut 116 oclock Ae It seemed to bo confined to southern filII tell usually Democratic In politic the shako up appears significant of the wrath of providence against them for pausing under llepubllcan rule lint this ile only n forerunner of what they are yet to feel for their foolishness nail it should ho an especial warning to gold standard Democrats for their wayward course in deserting tho freesilver came The K V M A Proceedings of tho fourth semiannual meeting of the Kentucky Valley Medi cal Afsociatlon held at Torrent Ky May 2S and 20 ISHiITho following members were present Dr H IU Cur sr Dr W GL Daily Dr H n Cux jr Ir II II Stamper Dr IVoffit DrT H Stamper Dr W IIi Hush Dr C H linker find Dr II Little page The president Dr H U Cox delivered the address of welcome Several mem bore had papers which woro read mind dlsciiKsod liy nilof great interest to the medical fraternity Dr W H Huhh as an honorary mem her of tho society also rend an interest paper on dentistry Drs J II Stamper l W NhmaleI and II Littlepngo were appointed com mittee to arrange a progrum for the next meeting The society wn given n hUlllllot by Dr H ID Cox sr the spread consisted LlII1IICIIIlr1 W Mimnel seal Dr IMmblin were Hindu members of tho association Music and dancing wns brought in to while away the fleeting hours and make tho hearts of the doctors glad Tho meeting was ono of tho most sea cessful that hut been held stud while it was not attended sir it should havo been It wnsa hoveling mccess in every ncnioof tho word Moved and seconded that time associa tion invite time doctors of Clark tumid Montgameay counties to join us Car riedThe nsHoclntion Ibegs to extend to Mr and Mrs Oalnes their heartfelt thanks fur their kind and hoHpitablc treatment Tho next meeting will be hold at Clay City Ky September Ulth 1SD7- IJ lirnKiAdi M ID Secretary- In taking a Sunday stroll our mini about town encountered Jlmmlo James mid inquired tho nowe Tho little 6year duringtimepaperJnnn und eyed with u wistful look our dog Iloston To havo n talk with this precocious youngster our m a L asked him what ho would give for pug Ho salt ho didnt know arid thoII then naked If ho wouldlullt give a horw IINII sir ho quickly replied but Ill give you u bear when I got one lime reporter was pearled at time remark and in explanation his hither Hold that ho and Homo of hili friends had been talking of going bear hunting Stevle tho little fellow referred to lindihenrd tho bear talk and jumped to the conclusion that bruin would be caught whether or not hence his proposition nnd it was ono Unit would do credit to nn older tend Tho kids nro awfully bright ns n general title and this little follow has n hoed on him like old folks Mrs Curtis Govcdon Dr Govodons daughter Miss Barbara and n Miss Wil Hums nilor the Chapel neighborhood wt ro visiting hero Saturday nnd iprovided themselves with some pretty headwear from nrl5 S IX Knsha up to dnto stock Charley Shiveley representing Jnmca A Shuttloworth Com Ixnilsvlllo cloth mere is nt tho Day lloiuo lie cnmo over from Campion ycaterdhy having tele phpncdJI F PleraitA tiro Torn hack to meet him ut that placo tt m Cherries U Are RiDe seoa11 l ooadoooooeoo H6i with UB and theres nothing to l o dono hut the pluckinpr for we offer bargains more tempting than the flncut churrlcM you ever HIIW Wo have to offer two lutes at tliiHO cherries nil one will boughtfurlI The First Bite in 200 mens fine nil wool suits in Clay Worntedn Cheviots nnd Unnnockburnp two and three f button cutaways in blues amid blacks swell tailoring in overt garment and lined with Dupe nor farmers satin Wo have never Hold these goods for less than 12 tiC and 18 And not one T of them cost us less thane f12 wholesale but you can pluck ono for S999II I Now Pluck fff I Other Bites 0 I 11nrooffered in 200 mens Moleskin Pantu at Iin a pair elsewhere theyll cost von The 1 200 mens bluo Cottonado pants at ilc They will cost you 75c atany other store 200 nirii f KIIICII pants nt 76e 4t pair and youll have to pay fn0 for them for them any- whereI t1 elio in tile world Wo have them in sumac beautiful patterns and theyll wash as well 1 1 1aiiU lhlrL IIIld wear like iron m Of courso you know what sill these goods are without further description but will add t tthattheyre all now goodsNowPluck tt Louis Gus Straus IndTHEPIONEER CLOTHIERS i iii T4 I CXrJrO Some uric stole u line saddle from the burn of Shied IF Sun Ileery WiUon of the Sidle toad fork on Sunday night A sit plf1ioIlH looking party riding a horse with only middle blanket stud pockets toI nccoiiunodato his renting capacity passed tho barn late that lay and when the theft wits discovered tho conclusion that ho got It was time nciicnec Acting upon this theory Mr Wilson and his nephew Will Henry Wilson started in pursuit of time stranger Hut whether they over hauled him and recaptured tho pigskin or it proved a cold trailour inn about town did not learn LUKlt =They caught their man near Iic touHburg in Floyd county with the Middle in his possession from which bo had removed time fenders mind Htirrup htrapH mill brought him buck Ho ill n young man mind his father G A lirown livoH at Icilcrrouville Aloiitgomery county to whom ho ban written of his troubles There will ho preaching at Tolivcr Chapel on Sunday at 1111 oclock n m Uov Mr Doan the Congregational mi Inter will conduct tho services and all mire invited to attend Misses Myrtle and Maud Maxey of West Liberty availed of the UCCIIIIIIII mind bought their limits of MM S H Kimb while hero this week MrsI Iiebecca Cattkcy the venerable mother of our fellow townsman W T dinkey han been ill for several days past n = == = P W lLIS f W EELE JAIif 11t11N KY Blacksmiths and Wapmakers IIuvliiK tended time shop known an time Frank Ty1 IcrNhop stud purehiiNvd new and cum dcto 1ny ufltlllllI NinitniiiK mind wuuon mnkinir tails and niatcrinlM mire prepared to do sill klndH of work in our line anil at the most reaiKinable rates lilvu us u cull and a trial Neglectfully W J WALMH O W W1IKKLKII rSOMUS 1IOUSK- V OAMPTON KY J IJ 1IOLLON Inopni ron Tho patronage of time traveling ubllo IIn renpeotfully vollelteil Tablo tho host RUt every attention to time comfort of l uebts FLOYD BYRD A Cnmpton K- yATTORNEYATLAW collecd01l1l UnyMtWJ EIT WITH W M KERR CO lOUUKHSINi Hardware f AgrlciilluraMm lements IIIONTOX 0 1t l j DEATH 1Whin It refers to the end of our earthly career has n horrible sound to nay but Itin mostly Nut in tin sense we use it it refers In the annihilation of high jirlcfjiij rendurM uvurybody happy especially in hard times See our prices on n few ttaptej Arbuckle only5Cper pound CCper95CAH90C11hilc SODA4cPIE PEACHES lOCjionml VAII ugly Light 2 only I When you waist IlnrguiiiN yon can he gratified by on ft iJG MIZE taken in for Goods Cash I huvo opened my tutu lKccd Stublo and will kcoppa Ii its id plenty of food md a full supply of vehicles und traps Partiw coining hero from u distance who may ilowro horses faro fury days or weeks out lava tho boHt panture nt rotes t S timid of whore will null time mc them cud will also havo full supply of him to in of caroiu for which they can by the day nny of time Persons visit will bo met at Iutlt with team and driver will in water thorn desired f TAY LOU J u Winonester n o Wl CI11 SlIm KY N II Prtnlilcnt It 11 UNTElt Cashier Paid up tI This lank olicitR the accounts of riser chants tiirnicra traders nnd men Kunernily Kusturn null olfon its uiutonicm every facility and the boil liberal teens within tho limits of egltlmntc banking oollHly FIFTY DOLLARS WEEK I ICiidlty made Aunts wanted in every In liryuusttreutundoulyhunkt over pro lueo I I A enu nrr Liking lllIn lu ll Piles per week lieimin of lent Iniilatlnni Mend fur otitlit and begin work nt unco W II tosKuv COMPANY Publisher IU1 IhMrliiiru trect Chicago HOW AHD l i A r KY Will practice In the courts of Wolfe und the adoinng counties All Imslncn etitrii ted to ou care will receive prompt attention 1 IS f D n 9Copounds for 1 A pound cnn J Vv SE ROPEOAnfiOfeel rtilHalfi foFurfo All Goods in Propori falling JIEJJ3J CCftc KENTUCIYa Merchantable Produce Exchange otherwise TRAINING AND FEED BlE1 TruiniiiK postured reasonable I4IZIF EtLIJ Bank bushiena Also for tho Iii accommodation of guests tbi VII y HoupitIl havo opened near b JL Livery Stable I keep Buggies Saddle Boreal IIiiolcH for hire at nil Persons wishing n vehicle tam at Torrent cult telephone sits have any desired vehicle dr horse nromntly I a hacks for drummers chargo drivers contract for length intending to Swango Spring either vollor1orront und I Jmvo pleasure shipping for whenever DAYj WITIIEUSIOON Capital 20000000 Surplus 6000000 throughout Kentucky A us frUlIII1 A STAMPER rouNtevATLx w- OAMPTON APPLES Other convenience lirstolaes addle NEW MILLINER i MRS S B RASH Fashionable Milliner fcfcJH NOW IIN HAXE CillKKN Iwith u hill line mil tho latent and Jnewest styles of Millinery hoods at the lowest prices Itnd links the 1ft m dies to await her eoinlnj beloro Jmaking their ipilug pnrclmsen fl NEWEST STYLES LOWEST PRICE W T COLVIN WITH I TRIMBLE BROTHERS W oossIE Groors MT KT iRULING KY tS BTllD ATTORNBYATLAW CAMPTONK 8Collections a bjcelalty w t t i 1JTTT7TtzAiiEitiTLOCAL LACONICS Mr Sella representing the Ideal Sulkcy Co was a guest of the Day House this week Derry Pieratt with Trounetein Bron Cincinnati is nt the Day House with ilia sastples MrLovc i representing Jeff Newbury A Co Hunting W Vs1 was a guest of the Day Houieoer Sunday Harry Maupin for Reed Jordan Fostamouth 0 was tnaiipin around the Day House from Friday until Monday Fon SALE Scholarship in one of the best Business colleges in Ohio cost 60 will sell for aG Address DEMOCUAT Greenup Ky Judge Davis representing Bettman Bloom Si Co Cincinnati was a guest of tho Day House Monday night and took in the entertainment T J Jackson and Richard Costigan of Olympiii Bath county were here last week trying to buy cattle but our man about town failed tu learn their success Mrs S B Kash was on Saturday and Sunday confined to her room with a bili ous attack Monday however she was able to be about and iisloyly improving Judge 0 B Swango left Monday for Frankfort o attend tho convention to tr nominate a Democratic candidate vfor clerk of tho coUrt1 of appeals The judger Is for King Ford of coiiicc f The quarterly irieetipg at the Rose uchoolhouite on Lacy creek Sunday was attended by tho largest crotfd seen in years and the buppy event wits made further enjoyable with dinner on the ground Scott Lacy who left lHero about live years ago with his uncle JeflUellfi for Bedford Iowa is homo on a visit for a mouthor so Mo had been living in Parker Kansas since September last farming Aunt TildaShockey niotlierof Squire Ella und Henry Shockey is qulte illat thus home of her son inlaw Squire Jim Henry Sebastian of Dayaboru and her advanced age renders her condition criu cal to say tho least Lung soreness is a forerunner of ser ious trouble If you feel the slightest indication Dr Bells Pine Tar will allay tho inflammation and prevent further progress of the disease It ix the must efficient moans of curing coughs coUh and bronchial affections found in the an nals of medicine Our man about town hnllllearned from what he considers a thoroughly reliable source that there will be u fair held here this year and that an effort will be made in make itn big SUCCCHS It will probably be held in the light of the moon in September tho dates to be de termined upon hereafter H L Center the second hand cloth ing man had his store closed lust wick and in the time it was closed sonic one entered and stole sonic of his gouda Ho knows positively of four coats missing and thinks other articles were also taken The thieves effected mi entrance through tho office and thence iuto the ators Ho thinks he has a clew e In a truth at Lee City on Monday for rights of property between Frank Center I and Leandcr Dunn the mutter in contro plllilltiff transferred thcmto Kollin Ivash his litII torn C in payment of his fee The cause was heard before Squire Jim Se bastian and Charley Brydrani was the opposing counsel Floyd Day formerly of this place hastt purchased a half interest in the big saw j will at Clay City to which ho will addI his stave plant and endeavor to run onI J I full time It will bo called the Clay City Lumber and Stave Co and James Swann of New York pity ialimy part ner in tho deal with one ex 11 1111tbQj It jI II Charley Byrd ewjr of Leo Citytt J passed through hero Tuesday morning I en route to Campion where he was cuj eased as counsel jn the trial of Marion I Adkins who surd out a writ of habeas I cotpiu for the purpose of having his bail Il now 3000 reduced Adkins is charged I I with complicity in the murder of John TCI t agobpeaee4 I out oil bUd of fIQOO 1 d11 tI1 1pfa u dt i fllliMI FMXTTV th Ibftttt MtAia4Yy1111M IT theDeretElderJThlernttand1 i t11 E M Pierntt of Maytown attended tke I entertoiii BtUonday night 111 Frank JackiOD of Spencer IB visiting bl1II sister JClirEni atftc Home MUi iJKle Peed tof Grassy tick viu the I guest ofHr and Mrs J H ETWU I t Jw Polly RcClurc ol Grassy tUUed J I B Wallls and wife Saturday sight 1 MMI Llule and Derry Pieratt of Ezel J were guests of Judge G D Swnngb i MfagAnna Belle Combs of CaHiptpU visiting bier elster91ra IJ F JleratlWI j Joe Kemper and ClArence Thomas of Spencer were guests of the Day House 4 Jonathan Oldfleldand lion ofntllokrnte visited Joe Lee Wilson and wife Saturday night t Sire Ilalney Mrtckey arid daughter Mit7 Nannie ofMt Sterling are guests at Swongo Spring fc- Tsewton Kashs son and daughter of Beoi ver were visiting Dr kasha and fatally over Sunday 1yl Our young friend George Vaughn of Campion took lu the entertainment Satur dav night VhitedmkV7aulbee flWtflI i Monday night Misses Maud nand Myrtle Maxcy of West Liberty were guests of llr1 M ICash on Monday night- Courtney Combs and Miss Alice Smith of Cumpton were guests of Mrs II P Iierntt Monday night Hiss Ida Itone of Lacy creek was the sliest of her cousin Mrs II P Iieratt on Monday night Miss KttaSwangoof the Spring and IillII Nannie Mavkey a guest vlslted lit Ur J M Kashs Sunday Johns Admits of Perlfe and Eugene At kinson of Powell county weru guests at the Home this celITom Grecnwadc of Spencer mill Sam Grecnwudv ol Jit Sterling were registered ut thc Dab House Mrs Martha Thomas and Eddie and fofnI mid Daniel of Kxul attended the entertain meat Muadny night Willie and Miss Florence Qulcksnll of Dlacdwuter attended thu duclnmiitory eon I test Saturday Hight Miss Rebecca Wilson of Mize chaperoned J Morton Iierutt of our town at Monday nights entcrtulumetit Miss Pet Whltukor and Jnines Sebastian of Cunry are guests of the Nouns and ink fug In the entertainments Ova Kash anil Garland Dentils of Kzel and Curl lush of Dluekwuter were bursts of Dr J M Kush Sunday Mrs LIzzin Byrd and children of Grassy visited J It VullU Hill wits Mrs UrdLII parents over night Saturday EH Frank Picratt of Kzel and Clarence Pieratt of Itlaukwater cure guests ol J H Plerutt and wife Saturday IIlghtII Mr and Mrs Henry Lodfqrd and son Jtcld and Miss Mottle Dull of Sjiuneer were guests of J H Kvans and wife Jonas Vansunt our elliclent circuit court I clerk of Campton was a guest of the Day House and took in the eiitertulnnient Miss Laura Wilson of our town nccom I panied by Miss Lulu Alleu ot White Oak paid our office a pleasant visit yesterday Miss Vina Pointer of Spencer a former student of IL 0A was the guest of MIis Nettie Wheeler during the entcrtollllnentI I Jlisses Lizzie Peed and Mottle Duff ofI Spencer ehaperoned by alias Llllio Kvaus of towu puld our olllee u plea unt altI yesterdayDr I Carroll Dave Patrick Robert Moore John Moore and Steve Wilton of Lee City attended the eiitertalntucut Mon day night Joe Ruse and son and daughter Curtis and Miss Stella were tho guests of John M toile nod wife over night Monday elilltlluk in the ellterllhtulCIltII Prof E E Bishop of Kentucky Wesleyan Academy Cumiton utteuiled the declama I tory contest ut II U A Saturday night and I acted as ono of the juJteJIII George Goad Democratic candidate fur couuty attorney of Morgan county and 8uIIIIf Kush of Izelt came up Tuesday night toII hrur the debate ut the RcndeJJ A letter to Mr+ S B Kash brings the slult news tliut her husband Dr Silas JJ KafhI hoe passed his exumlbatlon and that ho will I leave for home Saturday morning i i Asa Goodtrln of Ezel who has been at Kentucky Wcsleyun College Winchester pursuing lily studies during the past winter aad apring arrived here Saturday and hut- stlaee ees eeoying ties etstcrtaln ents s- j i b cr I I WHI1 i F1PIERA Dealet in trt f fJ ft t I y 4e I GBNBRAL IBBCBIC L AND COUNTRY PROVO Jj w j 1 t 4 J r 0 l E NESI APPEAh 1 a l1 PierattCoA nskcachand I mako settlement sndI M businessthemcreditm S s Bcmembor iHj this is no childs talk but an actual fact which will be demonstrated by a refustlito wf farther sell goods on a credit ri i Tllankin you for post favors and hoping byselling ou goods chcapct thanl 1 any man to dnent your patronage I remain yours respectfully t rLW H fie PIERATTM The Friend of the People HAZEL GREEN KY j JtitlIq ENGLISSIKITC EN KYLto n a m Dinner from10 a m to 8 p Ill Supper from 5 to 0 p m Oysters Lamb Fries Fish and Chicken a Specialty GUS LUXQRID JJnoBnttfn Paris Salyer and little brother of Lick burg Magoflin countyare guests of the Home unit visiting their sisters Misses Rosa and Belle who live at iK Mtzcn and Mr Kash respectively Miss Florence IeMaster of Lonisvlllc H attending the cl slug excrcl8csuof the acad emy and enjiiyiiigthceritrrtqlninentR Miss LuMaster was educated ut tho Masonic Home Ixiuisville mill sluice January has been visiting friends and relatives at French burg Sum Tabor of Rothwell who huts been lucre ten days or two weeks recuperating loft for home Tuesday morning fieljig liken new mini There is no place on earth where you CUll no easily rid yourself of that tired feeling as right here Come and try It and be convinced Mrs 0at Burgess of Indinnnpollf Ind president of the gener 1 committee of the C W IS 51 and Mrs W S Keene of Wln1 chester president of the Kentucky C W n1 M visited at the Academy Home from ji Thursday until Saturday Pressing engage ments elsewhere precluded the possibility of their remaining to witness the closing exercises at the academy a pleasure they relllllul hell under JrotustII The many friends of Little Hubert Kash wilt be glad to learn that he bins secured a school in Leo county to teach during the coming term end rejoice also that he has ft certificate authorizing him to do t1Jed JClg Bub iill tho way you must address him now Aprop s of this announcement it fiords us much pleas ure to recommend him to the people of the district in which lie is to teach and ehnuld ho piovo remiss or recreant to the trust he willI disprove our estimate vii that 1m is every inch a little man I3reck Amyx was a few days since summoned to MtjSterl ing to nU11I1ri meeting of tho ArlingtnnAdclphi Cot i be hold in that city on the 7th inst The company in a real estate organiza thin in which Jlreek holds a largo slice of ntock among the belohglngB print a hotel in Huntiugton W Va and several business houses at iilumbus Ohio ilr Amyx will also go to Huntington nnd lookafter his business interests there John Allen who was married May II to Mrs Uhudn Clark of the Cox Mill neighborhood han gone to Magotlin to remove his family and plunder to hit new home which he will make in the house recently vacated by Purler Clark nearby htll brotherinlaw Enoch Kickcll Timi Allens third matrimonial venture and tho fccond game of hazard fur n husband that has engaged Mrs Clark Her firmer union leaves no jilIlle however while hula two lira rich in resources he tins eight children five of whornbe will lbring ti bless his now home and Its fur then he migrated to Magoffin I PEIlFECTandnermancntare be the MtOOlt makes jmrei beltr healthy life sad healtLflrliif LOAD r a T Co Tt i 0000000ooooaoooaooooooaooooo00000000 ppppp li NORMALPREPARATORY i Jtwi l jloo s 0a a THE NEXT TERM OF TEN WEEKS WILL BEGIN 8 oo MONDAY MARCH 29 1897 r jgj A WHOKOUXK REVIEW f gOf the Public School Course will ba given Here I Inil nrenaroO0O o jJSJStudlcs In tho Regular Course may bo inkan without extra cottSZR 0 g8Fruition forS0lon rWoof 500 JratriculafJon 100 2000Ion tho 20th glglJUEntor War II CORD Principal 8 J000000QQQOQO00QQOQQOQOCtOQOOQOQOQU0t7UU 1uUUuu- vwtiJuiiirx 8 J r OPRAOTIOALo BlAOK8MITHS AND WAGQN MAKERS HAZEL GREEN KENTUCKY t IHE MAKE A SPECIALTY OP BUILDING FARM and ROAD WAG OX IIuse tho Best Material and Guarantee Satisfaction Call nor prltes andwbfn you need anything of the kind give me your order Patrunb Hurtle People get only Honest Work and be Happy IN THE HORSE SLWEING AND REPAIR DEPARTMENT WIJIIIIIrel11lJuy only skilled labor every man bejhgaq artist la Idly tip4qlt ltyi sal TOUr work Irespectfully solicited b IIZWl Ia S TIjEREAT B NESS TRAINING SCHOOL T 30tFtHi + tt PffdrJIdIitfJIftJ Hg110Att tK OANATE met qt r- KwllV IIEtIONMf M6t111TNi tG1NN ittMIM i f Hijff THE U 7f1 0 THE HBBAfcDd cco y f rt l p J t Jw F f rr1 lttirii Blhb r Au ESri nVu t- MDICIxN LwrgKS NCx t t r t i- T C11yi x EHE HERALD LOCAL LACONICS Mr Sells representing the Ideal Sulkey Co was a guest of the Day House this week Borry Pieratt with Trounstcin Uron Cincinnati ut tho Day House with hit Mmplet Mr Love representing Jeff Newbury A Co Hunting W Vu was a gucit of the i ay Home over Sunday Harry Manplri for Heed k Jordan Postamouth 0 wns mnupin nround theI Day louse from Fiiduy until Monday Fon SAM Scholarship in one of th t best Business colleges in Ohio j cost 60r will Nell for aG Address DEMOCIIAT Grecnup Ky Fudgo David representing Bettmnn Hloom ft Co Cincinnati was n tue5 of tho Day Houso Monday night an took in the entertainment T J Jackson and Richard Costigan of Olyinpin Hath county wero here hint week trying to buy cattle hut our mat about town failed to learn their numm Mrs S IU Kash was on Saturday andI Sunday confined to her room with a bill OUH attack iMonday however she wan able to be about nail U sloyly impioving Judge 0 B Swunj left Monday for Frankfurt lo attend the convention to nominate a Democratic candidate fur clerk of tho court of appcaln The judge ii for King Ford of cnnrpu The quarterly meeting at tho Rose ncltooHioiii on Lacy creek Sunday way utlunded by thu largest crowd seen in years soil the happy event way made further enjoyable with dinner on the groundScott Lacy who left here about live years ego with his uncle Jeff Vtlln for Bedford Jowa is huulu on a visit for a swath or iO Flo him been living in Parker Kansas bince tSeptember list farming Aunt TildaShockey motherof Squire Kliai and Henry Shoekey ill quite ill at thti IIIIIIIR uf her son inbiw Squire Jim Henry Svbai tiara of Dnyaboro sad iier advanced age renders her condition crib cal to Hay the least Lung soreness In a forerunner of ser lons trouble If you feel tho slighta iulicUion Or lUlln 1ine Tur will allay the iiifliimmution and prevent further progress of the disease IIt in the must efficient moans of curing eonjiliH cold and bronchial alledion found in the an mils of iiudlcine Our mull iibiiut town hits learned front what he considers a thoroughly reliable source that there will bo a fair held here this year and tint an effort will be made to make it a big mierex It will probablyl bo held in the light if the moon in September thin dater to be de termined upon hereafter II L Center tho second hand cloth lug man had his store clotted hint wnek and in the time it was closed Home vine entered and stole some of his goods llo known positively of four coalH micning and thinks other articled were olio taken The thieves effected an entrance through the ollico and thence into the Hturs Ho thinks ho has a clow anM In n trial at Lee City on Monday for rights of property between Frank Center and Leander Dunn the matter in contro versy being two sheep Center the plain till way awarded the sheep find at unto transferred thumto Ilnllin Knsh his litItorney in payment of his fee The cause was heard before Squirt Jim Se bastian void Charley Bryd esq was the opposing counsel Floyd Day formerly of this place hllllI I purchased half interest in the big sawmill u at Clay City to which he will add his stave plant and endeavor to run 011II full time It will bo called tho Clay City Lumber and Stave Co and James Swann of New York City iil4limy partner in the dual ThisMs with one exII ception wo believe the largest mill in j tho United States Ohnrlcy ltyrdesgr of Leo City J pawed through hero Tuesday morning I en route to Campton whore he was en gaged IIH counsel in the trial of Marion J Adkins who sued out n writ of habeas Ih corpus for tho purpose of having his ball l now 3000 reduced AdldulS Is charged I with complicity in the murder ofJohn J Putt hi this county some time agoIII Spencer the man who did tho killing is Out on a hood of f8000 I 4 Y iQJYIr WIIOWAL POWTI v Ibton attkit theDayofEhlerJT1 i t E M Pieratt of Maytown attended the entertalunicut Monday night t Frank Jnokion of Spencer IU vM ting hle homerJllii Jlrzlc feed of Gruwiy Lick wits the guest of Mr and MM J U Evans a fn Pollr RcClurc ol OrallY vUltcd J n Wftllli and wife Saturday nhMiSlim Llute end Berry Plcratt of Kzcl were guests of Judge 0 II Siva ngo IMINI Anna Ilellu Coiiibn of Campion IU vhltlng her ilitcr Mn II F Ilerutt oftSpencer were giiekts of the Day 1101l1C- lllckwnlerjliltednight blisst1 uregticsleutHwnagod Newton KutfhK non and daughter of Ilca ver were visiting Or hash and family over Sunday Oar young friendcorge Vaughn ol Campion loot in thu enlurtalnmcut Hatiir IdaisI i nghL Joe mill John Henry Taulhie of While Oak wen guest of their uncle Dr lohn A7aiilboeMix t WdIM and Mclviii Sartin of 14est UhiViy attended the enterlainmcut- Mondiiv night MiviP Mitud toll Myrtle Maxey of Wt Iiherty were guests of Dr 1 M1 IKaxh on Monday night- Courtney Combs amid Miss Alice Smith of Campion were guests of Mrs II 1 V1iurutt Monday night Airs Ida IORI of Lucy ureek was the Kiiist of her eoasiatitiv II I Iieratt on Monday night Mis1 KtaSvangoof the Spring and MUn Nannie Mauktty a guns visitedI at Dr J MI Ka hN Sunday Jolts AdaniN of Pitrllc and I iiienc At kliiMin of laud anuiiytieru yiiitiln at live llomt hits wcelc Tom Onenwadc of Spencer nod Saul CireenwaiU1 ol Mlt Starling were registered at tin Inv HoiiNe Mrs Martha TlioiiiiiN and Ilddle and Tom min Dunlul of Kxel atliMidud thu fiituKaln meat Muitday nlxht Willie and Miss Iloruneu Qulcksnll of BllleL wilier attended the duclamatory eon teal1 Saturday Hit hl MIss Iteliceira Wilhon of Mizi chaperoned JJ Morton 1iunitt of our town at Monday nijhtH eiitorlaliiiiient bliss Pct Wliltiikur nod Jamen Seltastian of Cam r am iieuls lit the Home and Ink big III live ciiturlalninunlH Ova Kimli void Jarland Dtiinis of laze and Curl Kiikh of llhukwiitur were guests of Dr J MI Bushy Sunday Mr LII ltyrviwind elilldrun of Oras y visited1 J U WulllH and uife Mrs ItyrdV parents over eight Saturday IIi Frank Ilem t of lzulveld Clarence Picratt of lUaekualer uere guests ol J1 J II Pieratt and wilu Saturdiiy eight Mr avid Mrs Henry Iedford 111111Mill Held wad Minx Maltle Dullof Spiincer were guests of JI 111 Kvaim and wlfw- JOIIIIH Vauxant our elliuiunt circuit court clerk of Campion WitH a guunt of the July House and took III the entertainment Hiss Laura Wilson of our town accom panied by M IKS Lulu Allen ol Wilito Oak paid our ollleu n plea+ uut visit yesterday Miss Vina Pointer of Spencer a former MtUilllIt of II G A wan the guest of Miss Nellie Wheeler during thu entertainment Mivcs Lixiu Peed and Miitliu Dull of Spencer cliapuroncd hy Alley Lllliu KVIIIIH of town piid our olliuu a plciiMint visit yestcnlay Dr John Carroll Davit Patrick Hobert Moore John Mooru void Steve WiUon of Leo City attended the entertainment Mon day night Jou auto wad sou anti daughter Curtis and Mln1 Slulla tutu tho gnuHln of John MI Muse and wllour night Monday unit look In thu entertainment Prof K IK IMshop of Kentucky Weideyan Academy Campion attended the declama tory conicBl al II U A Saturday night fwd noted as one of the Judges jieorgu tond Duiuoerulic cnmlidnto fur county attorney of Morgan county and Sam Kusli 4if Jixelcause up Tueiday night to hour the debate at thu academy IA loiter to MM 8 II Hash brings Ihe ghid notes Hint her husband Dr Suits It Ku h its pawed his exnmlliatlon null That ho will leave Par home Saturday morning IJIIu Goodwin of Ezel who bus been ot Kentucky Webleyllu College Winchester pUMuiug hll ntudlcf during the punt whiter and ipriug arrived hero Saturday anti hUll efface been enjoying the etjtcrtuliiincnU Y e = I H1 F5 P1ERA11sirI 1ffl Dealer in r ffi 4 4 GIlNERAL IHBCBII11I8st r t1 1 1 t J AND COUNTRY PRODUCE rbt va a It r r iiloT EA R TEST AhPEAI J l PiorattCol enchlI wish J r busirjE RClllCmbelItgoods on a credit fill lll EjtEj1j F PIERATT fr l The Friend of the People HaZEL GREEN KYi=== T 4 4 v = = =0 rwwIww + wIwwlfww O A = Mi1= = = J O = t f4 iENGLISHCSKITOHEN12 W SHORT STREET LEXINGTON KY tt rRogjilnr Monls 25 contH Moala to order at till hours Breakfast from C to 0 111 m Djnnor from t 10 n in p in Suppor from 5 to 0 p m Oysters Lamb Fries Fish v SpecialtyTTa o h ParlK Salycr and little hrotlior of Lick hurt Ma ofliu countyore guests of the Home and veiling their sisters Mlfmen lioNii mid llcllc who live at Mr MlzeV and Mri 1 Kaflix respectively Mrs Florence IeMaitir of Louisville I altendin till cl sing cxcrcIpH of the used ciIyitiduuJuylugtbeentertnhiritentsg Mies litMaitcr Wits educated at thu Masonic Home IoulNvile and ulncc January has peen vlsitiiif frlendN nut relatives lit 1rcacb hurt j iSIIIII Tailor ol Ilolhwcll who hits been I here ten days or two nclN rieiiicnilliifc loft for homu Ttncday moniingleelyg like i IIIlhItired Ifeeling an right here Come nut try lit nail hit convinced Mrs1 O A Burgess of ImllannpnHx Ind president of the goner Iconitnltlco of the C W 15 M1 nnd Mrs vicctie of WinI chcMcr president of thu 1 Kentucky C W 1111 MI visited at the Academy Home from Thursday until Saturday ProNniiij engiifie mums vilseu here prculuded thu io nihlllty of their remaining to wilncus the closing excrrUcH at the academy a pleasure they reliimuUhed under proteit I The ninny friends of Little llnhcrt Kash wil1 he ghnl to learn that he has seemed n school in Lee county to loach nilloltlilltI to dn eo Iediitfog lib iis time way you must address hits now A prop H of thin announcement it allird IIH inticli pleas tire to recommend him to tho people of I the district in which he JH to teach trod should ho piovo remiHsor recreant to the trust he will disprove our cKtlmnte vie that he In every Inch a little mail Urcck Amyx was a few days Mnce 511 Iii ttititiCd to MtSerling to attend a meeting ol thu ArlingtonAdulphi CoI ti he hold in tint elton the 7th ItIThe company Iin a rent estate or ana lion in which lireek lioldn a largo slice of stock among tho 11I11I1IgllI1I Ixinif a 5IlrllllhUoAmyx will also go to Iluntingtnn and look titter his business intercHt there 1 John Allen win WIIH married May I11I to airsI Kluidn Clark of tho Cox Mill neighborhood linn gone to Mngollin to remove Ills family and plunder to hit now home which h lie will make in the house recently vacated hy Porter Clark nearby his brother illlaw Hunch Xlckell Tills i + AllenH third malrimoniiil venture I nod tho cccond game of Inward fur htiBhand that hue engaged MI ClarknII Her firmer union leaves no iyuej however while Iris two aro rich in resources I at lie IIIIA eight children five of whom he will bring to bless tIlt now home nnd it is fur these ho migrated to Miigulfin I PERFECT and pormancntnro the Siimitiarillai bo cnn o it makes pure belt healthy life and healthgiving BLOOD 4 r Cti r k rI J A 111 ppopo6ppppppoopppoopoppo6666b1bbop6pppp6pbd 6 NORMAL PREPARATORY i I t l 1 a 1f l4b1tr Q- 14THE0 Kentuky0iI r 01 goff THE NEXT TERM OF TEN WEEKS WILL BEGIN irr MONDAY MARCH 20 1897 g 0 0o0 or tile lIablc School I Coarse will1m given Here U au opportunity to prepute g Certificatesg cnIG 110 18Tuition for tho Ton Wool 500 Matrictilation flOO aIIOIIrl f2000 tit- ia jWKntor on tho 20th gi war ir CORD Principal g 8Igh yuvuuuu w wu ren aenrfe r Miinnni 1 jfcHM i 4 sIBLACKSMITHS AND WAGON MAKERS HAXEL GREEN raNTUCItyr r Tim 13 MAKE A SPECIALTY OF BUILDING FARM mill ROAD WAGONS 1ueo the Beet Material and Guarantee Satisfaction Call our prlrei and when you need anything of the kind give mo your order Patronize Home People get only Honest Work and bo Happy nvgP rN THE HOUSE SHOEING AND REPAIR DEPARTMENT WE Kffv employ only nkllled labor every Ulan being an artist in his ppeeiHltyHnd your worl IH rcupcctinlly solicitedaJiIt t hYiltZk liuITIj BEAT B JSINESS TRAINING SC t 9lC rdr 1 ClJna1I1 1l UND JlEDS or GRADUATtHOtoIRGriscT1pII j- 111IIf 1A uP7tiIYnWII iRECOIIYIMDED eY THE UADIM tuIUft IIitl t ewrFs I THE COUNTRY MxJrioNtlmacWANT rjPWCV tPVIlHJLRlE 1JItJY4cla THE HERALD y- y If rw I i Ji 1 1 V I rdl r tRY J S rl lRE f ADVEIbIll4il F MEDIUM EafrixX ZY frw 1 i Lb k e L o L P 1 II GriNp1Rwl- lyiiitarelN 1 +tro im Tbe ksiMi i r4oaied pall whkhRcar1 u at f ate lbel N k wild lleods Jttotak oodsroIl ood =c- rnladaif I C lII1l i I r MRIISI1Wil4IIIILll1I1illlllflHIWILEIJJILI1fl1IIlII1LllllJ L STATE SIFTINGS1 t n fly the caving in of a sewer nt Owens bt re James Alford sustained fatal In- juBes S M i t t1tM Piercy ofBarren county dug j juiiabriar root which weighed fourteen r pejindi k It Iis reported thnt lcm Pflrtnn killed hlicousln Ad Portan in Leslie county l tue other day I4farmera trust has been organized at Versailles to hold wheat until millers pay n living price for same A iiiit is on at Paducah in which the plaintiff asks 5000 from an A poA r lodge or breaking his leg while Initiating him k Clarence Vinegar colored who killed his wife in Scott county lust April has been sentenced to hang at Georgetown July 2 In twenty ono years a Harrodaburg undertaker bus burled upward of i00 l people and ridden ir 00 miles on fi licnno Judge Henry M Buford of Lexington r committed suicide last week by drowlng I ills remains wero taken to Cincinnati and cremated Tho twovcnrold child of Mr nod Mrs t Caudoll of Boonoville was so badly burned hut week that it died after six hours inlonao HUllering Unclo Austin Golnkor supposed to be f tho oldest living playinato of Abraham f Lincoln is lying at the point of death at his homo in Laruo county + Tho county judge of Nicholas county hat been notified that if the court house clock Ie not mndo to show sun time the building will bo dynamited Wm Mattingly has been awarded 1000 damages against the Lt N railway company at Lebanon for Injuries BUBtnincd while employed ns bridge car penter By tho premature explosion of n gun Brooklyn Taylor tho 10 yoar old son o- t30 f Taylor of McCrncken county had1 nearly his entire bend torn oil while huntingMrs Lizzie Stuart of FlomingAburg stepped out into tho garden otter finish IllS cooking tbo family dinner and fellI dead She had previously been In ex cellent health A mulo said to bo 7years old recently died nt Mulrsstation in Fayctto county Tho mule served through tho civil war in Gen John Morgans command std participated the Ohio raid Six young toughs who tried to throw n Mnysvillo street car ofl the tracks by filling a frog with rocks wero severely larruped with an oak pnddlo in pullco court by order of tho judge Jonathan Kstlll of Madison county will put out a small crop of coffee this year ns an experiment Ho built the first tobacco barn south of tho Kentucky river and it is atill standing on his farm While helping to put n piano into n freight car at Corinth Scott county a s man named Finloy wan crushed to death by tho piano overturning on him Several f employees of tho road wore more or less injuredAccording to tho La Orange New Era 1thero will bo a good halt crop of apples a third crop of peaches a few cherries y and plums and an abundant crop of blackberries from tho present indications hi Oldbum countyI Iy Burglars attempted to break into the Hopkins County bank at Mndisonvlllo but tho watchman heard them nnd opened fire wounding ono of them Tho would bo burglars escaped however leaving their tools behind The Shelby News In giving nu account of Hi cont freak In that county says Quilts a freak is reported by II C Lewis of tile Bagdad neighborhood A mare r iclcribjE to hIm ftMcd K mule cWtfon r T I lirelirif sw a IFrtu casti April 2 Both were perfectly formed the former reg I rtIrnGWIcey kNown AI ilte o + haterrlUa on the rock pile Recently ho apo preached the marshal ind indeed if he didnt have some time to his credit rAfterlosing oast hlj books the marshal Ml4 Hw lien were three days to hh erHft t bu T5 nOt to woreas In a few dny lie jve Moed tkcpl Next day Hog was in the lockup bud lie hind somethldg to bis credit It 1Ik1ct Mortier prop itrl oj tub Burton House Burton W Va nod one ef the moil widely known men In the sUlffwaiturcdef rheHmatIsm after three yenta of suffering He says I have not sufficient OTmianclofJungtiaget6 con veYlny idea of what I suffered my pity sicians told me that nothing could be done for mo and my friends wore fully convinced that nothing but death would relieve me of my suffering In June 1894 Mr Eyuns then salesman for the Wheeling Drug Co rccammcndcd Cham bcrlnins Pain Palm At this time my foot and limb were swolen to more than double their normal size and it seemed to me my tel would burst but soon after I began tiling tho Pain Halm the swell ing began to decrease tho pain to leave and now I consider that I am entirely cured For solo by J T flay Large Salaries The largest newspaper salaries In time world are paid to special correspondents by Lwndon journal Henr do illowitz tho Paris correspondent for the Time gets 50000n year and tho man who writes the column called Paris Day by Day for tho Dully Telegraph has 1 lf00 n week George Augustus Sala received the sumo salary for London Dny by Day The London limes pays Rudynrd Kipling us war correspondent to Greece a salary of 5000 n week For years tho Times paid Archibald Forbes 00001 n year merely to hate him in readiness if a war took place He has now retired without ever fulfilling his mission to write Boston Globe Fur three years we have never been without Clmmbcrluins Colic Cholera nod Dlnrrhtirt Remedy in this house saye A II Patter with Eo C Atkins C Co ImlianaiH Ind and my wife would ns son think of being without Hour as n bottle of this remedy in time summer season Wo have used it with nil three of our children told it has never fulled to curonul simply stop puin hut euro ab solutely It is nil right and anyone who tries It will fluid It so For tale by JJ T Dny Whats tho Matter With Mr Dana The Courier Journal cnlln upon the American Dialect Society to etymologize tho word syfnxiiig Jfuilgo Hubert Kiddell of IfciillI tells n story of his early practice in that county in which n number of citizens wore being tried beforo time local magis trnto for engaging in u free for nil fight Riddell was conducting tho cross oxnnii nation nnd naked tho witness tho ques lion Where was Jim Pocket during nil this timo it Tho answer of tho wit ness wits Oh ho wits just syfnxlng urounel JUddell quick Iy Interrupted him to inquire what lIxfnxing meant where tho exIknow tho meaning of Byfnxing would not be courtClayOltMr Dana Hundreds of thousands hove been in duce to try Chamberlains Cough Rem edy by rending what it has untie fur others anti having tested its merits fur themselves arc today its warmest friends For sale byir Day When time Hartford Herald penned tho subjoined editorial it told the truth and nothing but tho truth Tho Humid says The best dollar n man over gave is tho ono ho gives for his county paper Ho gets moro rcnl worth tumid n fuller return for that dollnr than for almost tiny thing else for which ho could upend It Tho paper keeps hits Informed of tho doings of tho world of tho news of his country it educates his children amid cnnblds him to converse knowingly upon tho topics of tho tiny It is an nntliloto for ignorance a constant ndvfccr n con tinuous flow of general knowledge nnd a companion whoso word can bo relied upon The 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necessity of being compelled to get up many times during time night to urinate The mild and tho extraordi nary effect of Swamp Root is soon real ircd It itimda tho highest for Its won derful cures of the most distressing cases If you need a medicine you should hare the Lent Sold by druggists price fifty cent and one dollar For a sample hot till and pamphlet both sent free by maili mention TIlE IlAm GnKKJf HRRAM and send your full postoflicc address t Ur Kilmer k Co Ilinghampton N Y The proprietors of this paper guarantee the genuinencis of thin oiler In the Toilso- fn cough n hacking racking rasping cough that irritates the lungs and lends to dire results It is in such CRIes that DR BELLS PineTar ffl Honey efficncyrhceradicatedthe irritation is i- tlayedtlie I lungs arc healed nnd strengthened milt cold leaves the system nu snow disappears before the sunshine of spring I5r llflli rin vTarIIony U nn Ino folllMe rvmrdy log all lung snit hmnrhliU drUIClllstlluwill be neat upon receipt of 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when Wine of Cardui will relieve her It costs jroo nt the drug store Why dont you get a bottle today requiringo lug symptoms The Ladies Advisory Department The Chattanooga Medicine Co Chattanooga Tenn eOMe Mrs ROZENA LEWIS 1 nisiIwith ttrrlbl pains In mi head end back but hut bun ntlrtli rsllnd bi Wins ol Cardui FOR 1 WATCHES I I GOOD ONESII at 350B- ETTER ONES at 600 titNI IMWAKDS + I And Watch Repairing I jO TO FRED J HEINTZ ll IK Jlnlu- LexmrTOS KV t I OOOOOOOOCOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOCO i NOWfiQi ft imTTffi ft 8 THE wv 0 8 8 WEEKLYQ i LOUISVILLE S 8 8gI A STRAIGHT DEMOCRATIC C NEWSPAPER g 0C fFor the Free Coinage of Silver 8 For the Chicago Platform g For the Democratic Nominees 8 8 o For the Interest of the Masses g t o o- g All the Latest Telegraph News oo o All the Latest State Newso o All tho Latest Market Reports 8 o o Correct Market Reports Correct Court Reports S o Reliable News Reports o o Honest Editorial Policy g TliB Weekly Louisville Dispatch 8 0In TUBgHazel Green Herald g 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