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Digital page images are linked to the text file. t I1rwP9NVM IP YiML lrr- vyNMwyMMMHEfiA2Itflt3ENii ji llEAttrJftJ ii c Established March 4 1885 Made ffAteaoui nth Story of Jonathan and His Continent by MAX OXell f f F g ENOER COOPER I Owner and Editor or i N Ujr World With N wg iron AIINANoea Lawbrlnj nt HU Hack t Ir MseerI lif THIRTEENTH YEAR HAZEL GREEN WOLFS COUNTY KENTUCKY THURSDAY JUNK 24 1897 1 3 i ipJA Ifi DO YOUR DUTY SOW How oft Kee memory brought to mind I One scene of long Ago I Mow olt PVC heard a voice no kind i AprakingenR and lox r U was my mothers voice I heard l1pWhile sitting on her kne- eAallket the singing of n bird I These words sho said to nu Always do your duty lOll Though others go astray I Always do your duty son No matter what they say o Whatever lot you choose In life II Wherever you mny be- Jt t righttJ Were her me Ugo on In this worlds strife If Those words have been my mark JVt times Im tempted front the right At times m1klea are darkt- Atid I wheni the clouds hue all passed oer I TIM the light again I hear her muse as before I Tht same sweet soft refrain t t Always do yanr duty son J Though others go astray Always do your duty son u1 No matter what they say f Whatever lot you choose In life i heito right me WIIKOX If 1e Kill and Len OHO Mother L Rupert was ten years old when ho en jtered college It was in the autumnal1I seawn when the stately trees had just ten stripped of their gorgeous brilliant foliage and when the fan of a spicy odoriferous breeze was cool and pleasant Rupert gained tho confidence lovo andI JL esteem of all the students from tho start p RV was no superhuman person only one of the real human beings reared up by loving hands of n good father andI mother and ho gained the lovo andI 7 good will of every one with whom ho- I Ii kindi1 I to all over conveying a warm greeting jof genuine friendship No matter if ho chanced to meet n person a half dozeni times a day more or lest ho would alII ways meet him with a smile on 1m face and would speak a friendly word to himi before leaving him Sometimes he wouldI lilYClWhy hello I am BO glad to HCO f you How are you making il1 andI then quietly go on attending to his owni affair realizing that ho had done hilt duty as tho feelings of his heart hail dii rectedEverybody presenfcod I land cheerful and always had at handI something real nice and handoomo toI say or talk about Of evenings youi could find him in his room reading the bible the most glorious book of n1lrsome other book of a religious character A number of tho boy students went ono evening to pay him a visit and foundI him reading tho biblo with almost nb sorbed interest Rupert told his proudI r visitors that ho had been a constantt d1 halearneditL was a glorious book of precious truth and that ho nhynys found great consola lion in reading and studying It ThenII seeming to bo aroused with frosh onthuII JrlcndahoWhat is most astonishing and im3 I restingd andyingr ovalastingco and striking manifestation of Ills lto vo1 I for us And if Ho loved us ao oughtII not anntlmerThia 1 ct and 1 Itlibtenerse a se- moo r I but it answered and lint its InOuJonce for wkindhost that stood around him could not keep from liking him and lending him their attention J Kindntss is a commendable characterIStlC nml Tn bowouldY often for ho very kindnUll wb vtreattllOina ftheirertblcnaaenwholed good lofollowi j Them theholocommunitYwht stricken down with the fever and tho I I doctors had given up all hopes of his deathItway s gain The students wore badges o mourning for several days A reign o I sorrow was spread all over tho communi ty Why i Not because Rupert was dead but because his acts of klndnt and the smiles sunnyfacoevery n kindness emanates a golden ray of ba pluses Tho procession that fallow I Rupert to his last resting place was a largo but solemn one antIas Iit pricelellstrenlluro tears Among Euperts possessions was foundI an essay entitled Bo Kind and Lav hnndwrhlngSpeakt laRn easy task Coldness Indifference and harahncHS kill the best and moo tender feelings of tho heart and mar the brightest and most admirable charms ofr beauty It always pays toliDo kindII and love one another Casapton Ky BEKJ SRWKLU Nit a Tariff for Revenue When time Dlngtcy bill was bofore the house the Free Press took occasion to re nark that whatever else it mighfbe iit was not a revenue bill because it did not provide for any revenue It looks very much now as if tho same remark would apply with equal force to tho senate bill Ono by one the revenue features or what were exploited as such in Senator Aldrich programme havo disappeared Senators have awakened to tho know edge that revenue tuxes have to bo paid by somebody and they hiiye begun to suspect that their own constituents may bo among tho number of thoso who will be called on They must not all believe that tho foreigner pays the duties on iim- pArts but tho most of them think they can make their constituents believe that Wiry tale while thoy know by sad cape lienee that no such shirting of the horde of revenue taxes is possible oven iini iimagination It is a hard tusk the ecnato has set tit self by its latest move the task of satift tying tho taxpayer tho consumer and tho producer nil with one and tho sum o bill We do not believe it will succeed Tho chances fire that it will meet with the iota of tho father and son in tho table and in trying to plcaso everybody will end by pleasing nobody Rut if tho senators will only adopt some kind of a bill got the hoiiio to concur and then adjourn it will merit tho warmest thanks of a suffering country Sugar thanks to its action is going to bo high and there Is likely to be a heavy deficiency in tho revenue for the coming year Rut these aro minor evils compared with tariff tin leering Tho country can adapt itself to almost anything in tho way of a tan utter its experience with the McKinley act Rut it cannot adapt itself to con tinned uncertainty Detroit Froo Press Two Views of One Situation This said an able citizen as ii looked over the columns of his home paper is what I call a spicy sheet it scorn to bo absolutely fearless anti when ever it sees tho head of an evil it gar thatovil a crack Such a paper illus trates the true mission of journalism it is not only to educate the mosses from dishonest people and tit correct abuse this can only bo dono by aggressive Hello tho blamed paper says I am utterly unfit for tho office to which I aspire Now of all the contemptible reekin rotten reprehensible newspapers in t universe this is tho worst I never want to sco a copy of that scurrilous sheet in my JIOUHO again nail I am gem to knock the shouldcrblado out of that grassfed editor Enchangn For three years wo bravo never been without Chamberlains Colic Cholera and DiarrhoMi Remedy in this house nays A H Patter with E C Atkins Co Indianapolis Ind and my tt Ito wouldI as soon think of being without flour as a ottle of this remedy in tho summert season Wo have used it with all thrw failedorcure riot simply atop pain but cure absolutely It is all right and anyone who byoJ T Day Pay that scription and be happy S t Tho Way to Win Success In anything is to keep everlastingly at It This IIs true whether you wan toIthe People Who Buy Goods Through an advertisement or to cnrn n living in some other way People manytimes aaiI same adrerttner- and their renders It is Nut by Fitful Advertising an Immense business Is built up pThis has renders who rend other dpapers perhaps but seeing your ad In tho Hazel Green Herald Will give Ita reader confidence In you More confidence menus more bUllne 1Thllllnler has readers too who ten tradGthluTIIKI mae ness suttees by advertising in this Or Any Other Newspaper Knows that he did It not by occasl1 waittlag to see what happened But By Keeping Everlastingly At It adICORRESPONDENCE WOrn COUNTY Teltter Teilcs LouIation Sunday J n McNabb and Courtney Mannin are among tho sick n M Mannin made a flying trip to Hazel Green Monday The late storm blew down onto tree and fencing but did no other damage Rev Yocum Whitt Hunter and Ty for T1I11begin a meeting at Q realty Huhool h house on July I W a3 M Anbury James Hankx and Rich Hollon of Campion were visiting in these parts Sunday George and Aunt June Oldfield of Grassy creek visited relatives in this neighborhood over Sundaywtiles lout Cntron of Ponicroyton and Misses Lcmnliteraiid WillianiHof French burg wero visitors hero Sunday Quito a crowd of people attended tho meeting at Sandfiold last week tvhic held over until after Sunday all tb near churches being represented ani a much of tho Keat power of Gad was manifested nn Ypourcd down from th unfailing fullness of tho Throne Th e services were conducted by Bro Tyler a zealous worker for tho cause of Christ Wo hope ho will again give us a call 1 in tho near future Juno 22 SHIVIMI Lass Lilies Mist Xerilda Sowell is visiting at Camp 0tea this week Taylor P Scwcll took a flying trip to Camptoa lest week Roy J A Sowcll preached at tho new lusteTim Graham had tho misfortune to llose his only plow mule last week palittciartlohnfiQratnes m esKae quit tho merchandise business and iie now a faithful worker on tho Our young friend Tommie Italian con templates running tho next race forbo matrimony Isaac MiHeris his opponent Somo of tho boys of this vicinity arc going hog wild because they can twostatnohoyoung place Juno 22r4atuDuo COUNTYngJambs Jangles Elder J1 Pioratt and Mien Virglo James attended tho meeting hero Sun day Aunt Robcccn Caskoy has been very sicksince Sunday but is some bettor at this writing + v D n Oldfield has just returned from hocluit Crops are assuming a different appear auto sinco mho recent rains and our fa more Ira preparing to harvest the wheat tio Joshua IoBuaVfe d5t6e misfotluno I to Ald 1 h ave a four huutlrcd pound box e dry goods fall on his foot aid crush i brokentEd Coulter Eil Taulboe and Mart Pioratt of Hazel Green visited In The Jambs Sunday took In the mooting and s usual Mort took dinner with Mr andI Mrs Holly Wilson Juno 22 TKCUMBIW ltkeleaere listsJames II Bwango who tae been 10 cated at Memphis Tens tar the past year JJi at bomo for a weeks visit He lmmigrna k Trimble formerly of this place ia pros dent He bee traveled extensively iin the Mississippi valley and In the follow ing summarizes his views M to the different sections The country it full ef rolling atones who imagine there is a bonanza In itore for them just ahead but like the pot gold at the end of the rainbow it sorer found The average home Beek usually wishes he hd gone just a little farther As a rule the average home seeker had better stay at homo At alliI rants ho should know Just what he ma expect of the country in which be is t make his new homo In the past tea months I havo traveled over 10000 miles in 14 of tho Miasiwippi valley laic and It is my belief that the souther- farmer is thinking loss of the haul I than hisncighbora in the north and north west Tho aggregate wealth in tho lane- sections is far greater than in tho former but the per capita of money in caveat lion among tho whites Is far greater iin sceprcnt time and for some years past there has been a large immigration to the southern states from Iowa Illinois and tho adjoining slates Tho land there IH very high and the product of the farmi has been Iwlow tho cost of production t and this condition of affairs is forcing tho poorer classes to a cheaper country Tho west having bent filled up tho tido is now turning toward tho south which hllo it is nn old country is in many respect undeveloped There are many people in this section that contemplate making a change My advice after ai years experience in tho land buoincM Iis isthat they stay at home unless they will I Naand family are dissatisfied and to so n cooeSi experiment True tho mountains arei behind in many respects and alwaysi will be yet Hazel Green and her contin goat territory compare favorably with a great many other countries The pro ciao ef Illinois and Iowa are bcnutit and fertile beyond compare but tho creole farmer in tho mountains making a as good a living hero as ho could there and with ono third the labor Tho old 2axioma bad ono A tour of our people hue gone west or south and made fortunes but tho root of them have regretted the day they loft Old Kentucky Pass Him Around A stranger appeared in town Tuesday and sat around during tho day Do 4oagent a 4 moonshine still others thought ho might a detective and yet others conceived tho idea that he was a foreign count iin disguise for tho purpose of capturing antd anusd his moustache was waxed and twisted ini Italian He engaged in conversation with several of our citizens of loistr and to each toldnot exnctiya tale of woe but each so wpfully different from the other as to excite comment on his voracity To pun ho said ho was n imtlvo of Owflloy county that ho had been Iin Cincinnati under a doctors treatment and that his father was to meet Win hero l that night or Wednesday morjiiug another ho said ho liycd on Grassy Morgan county and to others yet other stories With each narrative lie appended a different name as his apparently leI gitimate property and tho plot thickeni ed tho while Night cameonttnd h j Tiouit 1 while time guessing gossips of Vazei Green sought their own domiciles I to 1 dream of detectives murderers etcetera + w tdE L JT T L bytitelry wlww he was sq snugly oniconaod 4W not succeed in finding him fn his roost and tho URaiadr dlicoverSa b f1iilict BuccrfofMtaJiUti typaHlrt weals a bed payWho ho caste problerethindepkrlure IIt has boea Intimated that he ortthesementionl anotierpintappareatlyboutgray f8 medium IItapounds Ue bats Ort a dstkcoat era 4 Vwt gray trousers and black suit bat Kinapar eyeJopt toofItIethatrye dancing muter aid soaped to stay that way Ho taro herd fro Oampton and Drake evidently Iinprcseti atyelerloufY rteMonday night but what be tdCremtownet dIbreatheequery and what was ho where from and where answersrWolfe County Sunday School Goaveatloi Time annual convention of tho Sunday hools of Wolfe county will bo hold at Elkins chapel on Saturday July 8 An iinteresting program box been prepared and all who are interested in Sunday school work are specially invited to bo Ipresent and participate in tho exercises Wo herewith append tho- lJtUIIIII 000 a JUSOlli Who In OU tho Lords ililo IUAYKII 015 n ui Welcome Address Mis Kflle Elkin- sUCNIIONCH H Hurst Jr 1000i n in Opening Address Ircs II 1L Swango HONG 1020 a in Subject Homelhlng that tv SIN pcrintciidenl should know A F llyrd S 8 Comb workiftrnbtinglland Heury Taylor 11301 a m Subject Tim Illhle In tho Hun day School Rev J K Deg sonilorf W 0 Mlze and Hevi L K Mann 1220 p tnSong ItecoA- AArrrmtxoox HFWIIOK ul11Kenyaf and Addresses by ladles from various Sunday schools of tho county SundaySchool 2208ong GSuhJeot Preparation of the Sunday School Lesson CaptW1 Sample tannins310 SubJeot Peed of tansy and Ilex to r raise It John W Taulbee A If Cecilfi4O8ubjeot Work John Brook Wm Graham Rev T1lerattmor14 Song aAsap and Addresses by younjf men from the various Sunday schools of r tho county- 400CloslngAddrciS by BonJ SawclU HOI Ur JIKNKDICTIOK t LKK CITY KY Juno 17 1817 Dear Sir The iisuo of TJIK HKKAU x oGJuno I did not reseal this office uutllJ Itoday Juno 17 J R CAnnorr Postmmtstoero4 TUB Hunxu Is malted at the Hazel eveningind dolayff account for Letters from our correa pondents along that route rfro oftonfto bhvein1lolJrGpseQrasajrfiunday night anti cuss fliat1 suffering with a dislocation of the wrist joint and a fracture of mho radius caused by being thrown Irll si mulet I olleat daged the fracture add reduced the 4k t location after wbUh the patlent ftHMttt to bl reining early jof v f ly- T 0 7JFcT s tiiiL i1 i y E M1esNl a s ss a 4 HAZEL GRK1N KY I THURSDAY June 24 1897II 11 ANNOUNCEMENT Yet Matt Stuttt- WA are authored to aaaotace JOHN A TAUL1IKE of Hue Green ss a candidate for State Senator fez tie 34th Senatorial i district iHljcct to the actkm of the Demo cratic party 0Per Sunrsytr etKwrfu Caratf We are authorized to announe JAMES B J1AL8KY M a candidate for CoMtr Bar veynr ofMorgan conty nbJe t to the de 17Ielectloa HrKIKLKY MID FROSFEBXTT c Jnmr Creel man recently wrote the York Journal from Cleyeland ndI t I Ifromhis letter we take the following ex tract an an incident showing the deer cerate extremity which hai overtaken the working people at tbo home of Mark henna t u i Q black niul bitter Ie the spreading T misery in Ohio tlmt native born mechan t Jell nro actually leaving their own cull to seek for n chance to earn bread in EngI landr fa the most terrible and impress Ito thing yet seen in the industrial and commercial gloom which deepens everyday said some of these poor ffellows have j been driven from their little homes in thin country in which mark Ifnnnn has j risen to wealth and supreme political power Listen to tills ll f I Htrnllfd thin morning across the bridge that lends from the nIy center of Cleveland toward Mr HannaH prince ly homo on the shore of the great lake Inky elands of smnko whirled up against tho Hiinlit sky Tho glancing murk of the river was beneath me I was lialtcd tx by ono of the local labor lenders who introduced y mo to a sturdy deep cheated young man who curried a black glazedi i valise Ho was nn engineer I never d saw n bettor faro n stronger foss or chin n clearer eye 11m oil for England ho oaid I cant got work in Ohio and I dont want to give up my trade or be a tramp Walk along with me for I cant stand hero or Ill miss my train Wo trudged news time rumbling bridge In MIonco fora few moments I glanced1 nt tho exile outof tho tail of my eye and slaw that htt eyelids wero red Eo had just token leave of his brother uIL1I tough ho aaidI dont know tool in England Why dont you try to hang on here for n while suggested The now I t Septemt ber at the latest and there may be some i improvement in tho conditions It is f juUtako to leave your country for a country densely populated Her con i ditions aro unfavorable to poor men Tho tariff lie said bitterly What will the tariff tUI for me In September or t December ur any month It will mat clothes dearer and sugar dearer and J everything I use dearer How will I be i iclped by that The fact ii I cant get jib in Ohio Tho shops are closing down oTerywhcre or running on short time The farmers are all ruined It will be wens next year Wages are going 1nif T cant get a job IB By ceantry I nustg to aome other country ADen rat Xo Im a Rcpubltcau I rote4 for McKinley end rm not sorry for it either I think he It a gsod than I tbje t come and ia not golsg to oeaie for a bag time Aad so after that touching iDcident I 4oo1c the trouble to fellow it up aM 4earae l that A great Mray engineers aid other mechanic hate been leaving Clove land to seek employment in England The local laber uateu have received re 1 pert on the subject Some of the sen t salve naked for card to tie British lobo i I vnUns la there a tbeughtfal matt e I r caro Icten Argonaut L CAT SALES prove thegnai of Hooda BarpaliUa Hoods Jareap rilUi sells becauM it acetupUhea GREAT CURES I WI BRYAN AND JEFKKUSON t- 1JtWaIjf apriato that William Jg4U if ftryia ftnld address the sa cIM if t famtis JnatUuuVROf Jlearn 1 itj1 fewNtafij the father of 5emocracjr The unlrerfUy of Virginia ia one of the foremost educational centers of the couo 1 try and In ita pint career and iucceM Thomas Jefferson lIes with thetItforce perhaps than in any other of great bstitutioni of tbla country to the J ccnstructloa of which ho contributed ao 4 muchThere are many points of resemblance 1 ia time character of Jefferson and Bryan and the latter is in every way worthy to I lead the party which the former founded No unprejudiced man can read the works ef Mr JclTcraon and the speeches I and papers of Mr Bryan without theirII impressed with the similarity of ideas their sincere devotion to popular J rights and their clear conception of pure Democracy Jefferson was undoubtedly the greatest Democrat of modern tlmellI He did more to give life and vigor to t the worldwldo movement for Democ I racy in Its broader tcnre in the latter part of the last century and the earlier part of this century than any ether manI Whatever there I Iuf Democracy In1 America is duo chiefly to Mr Jeffersons J teaching and whatuvct hope there is to t return to the first principles and the res toration of the perof the people cen tern in Mr Bryantt Jefferson was not onlyI the lIther ofII the organization of the Dcmumlic party but be was n father of Democracy in ItIbroader and more general implication IIIIjj 1IsI 1 J organization because he linn declared ax I I IJ no other man has since JefTcnioii the great truths of Democracy There Isii also marked similarity in the political career of the two men Mr Jefl rson was n candidate for tho presidency in 1796 and the campaign of that year was in ninny respects similar ten tho cam paign of last year Tho alleged better j clement of the old eastern and southern aristocracy the iiilliicnco of whatever wealth there was in tin country at that time the united power of tin pre n nod i the1 pulpit wero arrayed against Mr Jcf fcrfton To the cry of atiuruhy and rli + order wits added the charge of the meet prominent ministers of various Christian denomination that he hud1 llcumi im hued with the spirit of infidelity and the I Frtiiehirevolution The maHAo of the plain pro pie were for JelJerson lint the ouiilnr idol wn defeated In IWO Mr JellfKOti was npiiin a candiilate for the presidency 1and win triumphantly elected mind with lids election tho oxulonce of the Demo cratic patty began and the tuition was saved from a backward step Unit cerjj titinly would have resulted in an oligar j cliy or perhaps thu early restoration of I 1I10narohyIII In 1900 Democracy will celebrate its i centennial jubilee in the United Stilton 1aj miccctuor of Thomas JoRcrson Louis yule Dispatch The WellSJlichardsDit Co of Burlingi II ton Vt unto our thanks for n double column electrotype cut of the editor of proprieaiiI tors of Iainon Celery Compound which for nervousness and general debility Injj our experience has no superior in aI tonic No other remedy Kit reuUlrr llcvcs that tired feeling which IIs wont Ilre ingt Nor Is there is there any nos arum to our knowledge as efficacious ns ann energy builder Celery alone is a cure for neuralgia rheumatism and their kindred ailments and nines CompoundI alleviates the pain incident to theso die eases aids digestion and imparts vigorI After our experience with it wo can confidently commend it to till who need toI do so A dispatch from Lexington says lion Joseph Lykint member of the legislature from Mvrgan and Wolfe i counties said here tonight that his suc cessor would be A B Pieaatt n free sil per Democrat Lyklns is a gold man anil is Much discouraged the outlook IID bis district for the yellow rectal ad vocates There are four of these gold bugs in the district and they should organize themselves into a party and fuse with the Republicans rHundreds of thousands have been It- t I duced to try Cfeamberlaino Cough Remt edy by reading what it has done for fear themselves are today its warmest friendI For late by J T Day Ed Hefflin and wife of Tilton Flenl lug county are enjoying the scenery y around Hazel Greea fI I J JI rillI i Cherries lilI i Are Ripe with us and theres nothing to be dono but the plucking for we offer bargains more tempting than the cherries you ever saw We have to offer two bites at these cherries as one will nut answer urn such great bargains that youll hardly believe these goods can be bought for eo little money so we ofler The First Bite We have sold I Now Pluck OtherI Iurooffered in 200 mens Moleskin Pants at 4ric n pair elsewhere theyll cost vou The 200 mens k blue Cottonade pants lit He They will cost you Tye sit r any other store 200 mens Linen pants nt 7flc n pair and youll have tx pay fl60 for them for them any where else In the world We have them in some beautiful patterns nnd theyll wash as well ai a shirt and wear like iron Of course you know what all these goods are without further description but will add that theyre all new goods Now GusTHE PIONEER CLOTHIERS I LEXI17 T Krttttttltttt P I ITC E12 W SHORT STREET LEXINGTON KY safRognlnr Meals 25 Meals to order nt nil hours Breakfast from 5 to 9 n m Dinner from 10 n m to IB p m Supper from 5 to 9 p m Oysters Lamb Fries Fish and Chicken a Specialty GCS riCJGli41tro 11otni tfOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO SUBSCRIBE NOW 0 0 U 0 0 8 THE W 0 WEEKLY i LOUISVILLE o 0 DISPATCH ll- o I 0A STRAIGHT DEMOCRATIC 0I IONEWSPAPER Om 18 For tho Free Coinage of Silver 81I 8 For the Chicago Platform 81 8 For the Democratic Nominees 8 0 For the Interest of the Masses 8 O 01 8 oAllo All the Latest Market Reports 8 iI 8Correct Market Reports s Correct Court Reports 8I Reliable News Reportso gII o Honost Editorial Policy The Weekly Louisvillei Dispatch I AND TillO O Hazel + Green Herald oar tAIL F0Ie BI03 mr P SiiUnorlbe NOW and becln wllli thr tint iue r the JliJtch which will appear the ivconil week hi April XOOOOOOOCXXXXXXXXXXXXXJ waius WHEELER HAZEL GREEN KY Blacksmiths and Wapmakers lisping leased the shop known at the Frank Tyler lioj and purchased new and complete line of black imll11 K and wagon muakin and materials are prepared to do all kinds of work in our line nnd at the nioul reasonable rotes Give us a call andl a trial Respectfully W J WALL1S G W W11EELER DOLLARS A WEEK III made AgenU wanted in every lo on11bookever produced Agents are taking as Many is 20o orders per week Dcware of fraud lent imltatl6i Send for outfit and begin work at once W n CoxKEt COMPANY rubltsher 941 Dearborn street Chicago Our correspondents should write us letter every week regularly I bIdseeeoooeosoeoo 9 I They threebutton oneCBitesIPlu- ckLouis StrausI EEiiicents FIFTY ROSE DAVISOPI ACTICALo BLACKSMITHS AND WAGON MAKERS HAZEL OREEN KENTUCKY MAKE A SPECIALTY 01 BUILDING FARM and ROAD WAGONS WE uo the Bi at Tutorial and Guarantee Satisfaction Cull and get our prices and when you need anything of the kind give me your order Patronize Name People get only Honest Work raid be Hap- pySIN TUg HOUSE SHOEING AND KElAIll DEPARTMENT WE L employ only skilled labor every man being nn artist in his specialty and your work is respectfully solicited ITRAINiNG AND FEED STABLE I hnvo opened my Training and Feed Stable and will keep on hand plenty of food and n full supply of vehicles nod traps Parties coming hero from n distance who may desire horses pastured for a few days or woeks can have the bust pasture at reasonable ra- tesr153LELIlE Y I J THE HERALD J YV ILL KEJKR IN lerrierllsa0 1 Also for tho convenience fill accommodation of guests of tho Day Houeo 1 have opened nearby a HrstclasB er9 Stable where I f will keep Buggies Saddle Horses and Hacks for hire ivt all times IersouH a vehicle to nuot them at Torrent can telephone me and have nay desired vehiclo or saddle horse promptly I will oliO I hove a full supply of hacks for hire to drummers in charge of careful drivers for which they can contract by the day for any length of time Persons intending to visit Swango Spring will bo met at either Rothwoll or Torrent with team and driver and I will have pleasure in shipping water for thorn whenever desired TAYLOR DAY SE1TX yITR W CO IODBER8 IEONTON wishing IS THE BEST ADVERTISINGY z WT COLVIN WITH TRIMBLE BROTHER Wholesale rooers MX STERLING KYI a A- i a i6i t E I t i t1 fHE HERALD rr Gp dPtL LA ONiv P4u N + i L t r- ii nniI the guests of JlisaegtilU Hurst were Minnie L Day Mondayu II ff Hazel Green was almost deserted 1laU Sunday nearly everybody having gone to tho annual footwashing at Gr Lick ThooaU crop ill tills immediate ncigh bothood Is almost a total failure n nu feer of fields not averaging eight inches Wjh John M ROae and daughter bliss C- rie MiR4es DIIIIY Day and Mattie Era sent to Torrent yesterday to eee the iJht W O Mire went to West Liberty Monday last to take in circuit court nnd lIb some collections from tho poor tax ridden peoplethThe fair is a sure go and nil who want to secure advertising space in the cat Jkg should send in their copy at once as the time U limited Miss Mary lillcn Trimble was on Mon day taken with a very sudden attack of fsnmethingor I time was thought to be dangerously illi j Spencer Cooper the edits of TI HEBALU has been confined to his b i the past few days but we are glad state that he is now improving and able to lit up againll Ref J K Deggendorf organized n I Sabbath school at the Presbyterian church on lact Sunday afternoon All are invited to be present every Sunday and take part in the work Everybody in cordially invited to at i tend the services lit LOUR liranuh on the second Sunday and Saturday night be ri fore The young divine Wm H De Busk will do the preaching H F Picratt bud his livery barn ubitewnxncd this week and talks KOIIIU of having hU Htorchoupo freshened up with a coat of bright paint to be put onthe by the artist of artists Sam Wilson 4 The police force at Jackson bas been reinforced and meters lilt raids are being i made on the blind tigers in that town i The law abiding citiznns of that com munity are determined to wipe out th evilVin S i Dayiat lOtfO oclock and in tho event mIl A H I18tampcr fails to Till the appointment at that time Mr Delta k willttllllluct the servicesI Dr E K liiirtruin ihu dentist who was here several nioijthrt ngoWili again visit Hazel Green the litter part of next OarrttIfuuse for two weeks See his ad in tliii if sue- Secretary N L Ware of the fair as oclrttion did a splendid piece of work in revising the premiumi list end parses After submitting his schedule to the committee it was adopted without a dill Milling voice and Mr Ware coin H mented for its completeness Topics for sermons at the Christian church next Sunday are Womans Jtec rdAt alboinges IIlInre very cordially invited Sunday school at 980 n nt The BillIe ckft will tudy the first chapter of first Curlt tbianeMisses itfortr at Clay City Sunday withfrlootIlIllIJ TIHERAIuwithU4utabs very l entertaining yourladiclute beheld1 nextlirOmicrto be er evheldIIItereticili shouldtherenIntl1rellling An urnulgenodin another column ofOn this issue W T Whaley met with n Hoero a- cident c lust uptbesmokestacknt Taylor Hays rolj ter mills the reruoandAWhaleytr badbutIlft allutaollrhok ad the hails knocked off several toes ieeame time atII CtUtftThoannouncing the Bail new Department of Hazel Green Acad emy have been Issued by this office Tho I jalreadyj g The complete busfnes department willI elect the waoGl of many and our Eut1I Kentucky young men and In new find just what they need teII give them a good practical buslncsa education right here at home We hope J oilYI the first and only school in Eastern Ken departmentmthe spirit f of the institution Write to the princi palof the Academy for circulars of an ofarnrfriends and acquaintances to this school with all its departments The cost of tuition has been put at the minimum anHazel Green Fair AH will be seen by announcement to bo found elsewhere in the columns of THE HERALD the annual exhibition of e Hazel Green fair will be held on September 14 Ifi proma S the greatest one ever held The list of premiums and purses his been revised and sums up a grand total1 of 1SOO Class racing on each of the days will be one of the features Ar rangements ere on toot for a grand bal loon ascension and parachute drop sac kindttnod r i is totdI ortohave I Vanity Fair in connection with thej l 8etup 1 big pumpkins gourds etc us well an having their stock in unit chuw rendition injorder to show visitors from a distant what can be done in the way of raising stock in the mountains A Handsome Plato The Academy Home is being rut into first class condition for the accommoda lion of students at the next ression o fothe academy The entire building is being thoroughly nnd modern linprovenients are being made A fresh coHt of silver gray paint Imx been put on outside IiyI that artistic manipulator of bristles Sam Wilson which makes the place have an inviting Ilook The lawn in front of the building is being interspersed with beautiful flower bed and all in all it will be an ideal Home ge1 1 J Tho Hazel Green Drub fur of the latest StoreIi I flrstjclllsI i manage j ment of 15 K ltkinsnnrJir Day 1 h ft yesterday morning for Cincinnati Louis villa und other points to lay in a cue plete stock of drugoI toilet articles etc curd says that he iis determined tbisbnl be the leading drug store of liiMtem1 Kentucky When he returns with hid new outfit ho will place an ad in Tin tlKRAtn letting the people know nili about the Hazel Orten Drug titers Tho Now Assistant i G Nelson Stevenson of Prince Ed wards lIsland rectally of Lexington j Ky has been employed as second assist not teacher in the Trawl Green Acnd emy Mr Stevenson is n graduate of Kentucky University and the College of the Bible Ho ih t+ teacher of many yenta experience nnd is ali a preacher We understand he will spend the greater pnrt of the summer months in Eastern Kentucky preaching and soliciting for the Academy 4 Misses Minnie L1ay and Nettieofjj Wliecler attended the Baptist loot wnt u ing at Grassy Lick on last Sunday nnd drnpendeitencounter InrgOlllltl vqnom snake Nevertheless they report large crowd nod an interesting meetingaII Henry Wilson of Daysboro informed beganbI Hwarming Tuesday ttntIIi four swarms settled on ono limb peach tree and he succeeded in hiving them rat safely J MI Ujiveiiii returned Tuesday cyen sub from West Liberty where ho went Monday nod says he savor snwbusi iiciw so dull anywhere as there Ho i didnt ice even the distant shadow of prosperity in that community Misses Cora and Lennie tombs Mrs I j llsrlFddleteDaniel have been visiting relatives lid I j I I j puntyfew days I Wm H Cord is taking in Went Liberty this week and advertising Hazel Green Academy J j I o- I e n n 0000000000000 w 9 SrI f 000OOOOOOOOOO00OOOOOOOO0 ti i IIt q HERALD nT SAi f This Space Belongs tot i BfiP PIBII6TTIr who is so busy that he has not the time to write an advertisement for this issue but said I am still selling Goods at Gold Standard Prices and i aci anybody else who desires to stop with me a I poooooooooooooooooooooocr oooooooooooooooooooo JdJ ooooooooooooooooooooooo NOTIONS JJa 000000000000000000000000 SUBSCRIBE NOW 8 8 THE w1 8 IgIWEEKLY p 8 LOUISVILLE i o g DISPATCH I 0 A STRAIGHT DEMOCRATIC O gNEWSPAPER g 8 For the Free Coinage of Silver g 8 For the Chicago Platform 8- 8 For the Democratic Nominees 8 For the Interest of the Masses g o o- o All tho Latest Telegraph Rows 8 8 All tho Latest State News 8 tho Latest Market Reports 8 jAll o o Market Reports g g Correct Court Reports gg0 0 8 Tho Weekly Louisville Dispatch 8I orJo00ggI O 5 Pi wllhSo8 g tprllOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO000000CG00 0 01 Tickled I because I extracted hisitooth without pain I can do the same for you Neither pain nor after effects result from my extracting My method suggests pleasantness and satisfaction instead Ive the experience thcII know how and the facilities for doing the best work at the I least cost Gold Fillings in serted in n manner that makes i them permanentINo charge for examinations I or estimates i E E BARTRAM tDr DDSat the Day Home Iloel Y GttCUII THE JOFJ 1 I I ITIToI I We have iii the Past nix moutlii cnoyc I your liberal patronage and it roinnrr ofor us to ktlll olfer von our goods nt ten+ nnnble rata nlonx with fnlr drnlbcg and defogI wliHt we IIn Our lluv ol niirclmmll iInuuuuhJrcthatge CO 1KijhtArbl KpperonlygI 2pperj pAI Ladies Good G G Shoos QOrWhile they lust SO 4Ppir PIE PEACHES IQppound cniioiily v 1OfLpounil r QftnITIN CUPS 1Orllnlf giillon tiiurtiiinl pint nil for 2C KpIorAll Oilier Goods In PrarliofL mrrrhrwln6leproduceronnge unit1 rtiiuiin yours truly your JA J R DeBUSK CO Mize ETy H t y Tho Best and Cnoapost Schtlal In Eastern Kentucky I Z G h tt1u r1ItS1 tJ U AAJ ilwY1i t UtNORMAL BUSINESS PREPARATORY 1897II 9i s 1 DopartmentICollegiate Preparatory Normal Business anti Biblo Thorough Wprk is Required ill all Studios Pursued The Expenses aro as Low as Possible 1000Tuition1100ll1ltlUII + i mid TticwrilliiK r 3000 IFurferm of Twenty Wcekf r 0 Iur Catalog and further Information write to WM H CORD Principal f HAZEL PREEN KY f1 BICSHOWCOE1BNCIp Wetl LiBIr S Great United ShowsWill give nn exlilliltion nt Hazel Green Friday July Q 1897lit 2 oclock p in FREE STREET PARADE at lrsxoNFREEtmfriol nXRE AS I II 11II It is tho largest hour that Juts 1 Qiilfjiittther 25 Cents for Adults Children unlltf nsmnmtAi e Frye r 4r44 y f y d At Ezel Saturday July 3 abdWeat Liberty Moatk1Jalr I w Ji of x 9II I I to L 7 Al t L tI ConstipationCrr- ii I It Mi MotMvNed 1e1oe engirt tClo bowele WiIII tedl I x wIBBB 1 reMKseullrandthorouBnly SSc All ctrontltJ Prepared by c I Hood At Co Lowell Mans be- STATE oajy Pill Jo tako with Hoods sarsaparillA J SIFTINGS rfr Old cora kselling tl2 per barrel iin the crib in Montg mery county Grasshoppers are destroying crops 5a aI porti H ofJkecklnrldgQ county w A NicaplasTilte mnn was shaved last week lor tho first time In th1rty iwo years e Several crops of new wheat sold iin Mercer county last week at 06 cents a bushel It was so hot in Bath county last week that onofarmcr declares hishcns Inid hard bellcd eggs- Lousvillo is flooded withI countarfo- ewe dollar bills fro pod Beep to knu how they got there A call has been lulled in Garrnrd county for a convention to Dominate a free turnpike ticket T Republican candidates for county 11 offices in Hancock county are making n honto to house canvass t While catching logs in tho Kentucky river at Ford Grant Watts a 14 year alj colored boy was drowned I f lion Bradley a Mlddl burg negro who killed his wife with a poisoned ap I ple was given a life sentence Young society ladles acted as con r tl ductors of tho Lexington street cars ono day last week for sweet charitys sake t Sam Miller a colored fiend outragedI a 6 yearold daughter of J B Withersi t II IIof Eddyville and will likely stretch hempGoods to tho amount of nearly 300 wore stolen from a store at Wingo tho other night Tho front doer was broken den with an exo Miss Sophonishia Breckenridge of Lexington has patsed tho examination t at Chicago University and taken t degree of doctor of philosophy i The jury in the case of Clinton Garrett charged with tho murder of Tom counLybi A ghost Iis causing excitement among Albaniyi 6 a sheep and then bellows like a bull Henry Marshal colored who is charged with criminally assaulting n 16 ycar old mulatto girl in Woodford county was CApturedand lodged In Jail at Frankto Peter 8 Chinn brought suit against tM Louisville ft Nashville and Che puke ITC Ohio railroads at Sholbyvi fw 5000 damages Ho was put oil the trainMiss 1 Mollie Collier seventeen years old was burned to death in McCrackcn c uaty She was washing and her ctothlig Ignited treat the fire wader tho kettle Joha Corloy ono of the oldest travel Brag aaleuaea of Louisville was shot death at Corbin by Dan L Curry w claltts the Louliville man had insulted lila wife MAYfieldI blullyamaglngr damage 1 Jesse N Kirkland who shot and in t staatly killed Jack Johnson for abductt log his 13ycsrold daughter was Indicted at Mayficld for voluntary man slaughterWarrants were served on tho Farme bank and Deposit bank of Frankfort by tho city marshal arresting the offi 4 cers for not paying city license The hanks paid C J Caufield clerk of tho lddyvi prison has brought suit against tho Bradley administration to retain tho officd from which an attempt was madons1 1tout him J E Sullivan wanted for the hr jjric crime of out bfi Jiia sUtcria lwj f0w n 1 8tnk Itt taoalrl1TMltlepiotttntyrorI I i nrrctfd in pQ1Mklcounty and lodged in the 11ihidmeburg janj Stunt 1 Aljca and wife of Hancock county lived together filtyflve yean- and died within a few hours and we I burled in duplicate Collins in tho sam I graVe They were cighljr two years old J W CaperUn of Richmond bought neasr 000 worth of blucgross land that Cal Caperton Gas bought in the last thrcoi weeks LnReceiver Wllahlrc of the defunct First National bank at Newport authorised tho statement that depositors would beI paid in fun and that stockholders weal JtheirAlbert and Moses Coffey brothers i quarreled over their nick father estate Albert fired several biers at Moses butl fortunately missed his mark James Coffey the father Is a wealthy farmer of Casey ceiinty Henry Hart teller of the First Na tional bank at Owenaboro and for many tinted charged with embezzling t2l00 of the banks funds Ills friends madei good tho deficit and stopped litigation Tho model of Joel T Harts Woman wigitdovstroycd in the burning of the courthouse at Lexington The model was destroyed five years after Mr Harts death While looking over some old records at the courthouse in Owensboro thc Messenger observed that of tho jar which tried Curtis Richardson on tho charge of murder and returned verdict of guilty on September 13 185J owl two memberllllunhc John Hunter a wealthy and eccentric bachelor living on Otter creek near Richmond nnd reputed to bo worth 25 000 threatens to convert it into green bucks and then burn it up when ho lade ho can no longer live lie says nobody shall enjoy wilt he could not- 1dsuoralfhyCbamberlalnIColloCboler a and DUrrhcea Remedy is the Beat 1 Because it affords almost instant relief ih case of pain in the stomach colic sad cholera morbua 2 Because it is the only remedy that sorer tails in tho most severe cases of dysentery and diarrhoea 5 Because it Iia the only remedy that will cure chronic diarrha t Because it is the only remedy that will prevent bilious colic heG Ilecauso it is the only remedy that will euro epidemical dysentery 6 Because it Iis tho only remedy that can always be depended upon in cases ef chplera infantui 17 Because it Is the most prompt and most reliable medicine in use fer bowel complaints 8 Because it produces no bad results t Becauio it is pleasant and safe to take 10 Because it has saved the lives of sore people than any other medicine in the world rtThe 25 and 60c sites for solo by J T Day Hazel Green LovettIgoIn an historical article recalling the bytheard in the July Ladles Nome JoarnalI will show that Dolly Madison the mss beloved sad popular woman of her day was courageous and fearless in the face tampedfonte into1 Madbowas to seek safety in flight and her final act before quitting the white house as the enemy advanced t KM to seize the declaration of indepen donee and carry it with her to n place of Mfcty As the white house was immedi ately looted and burned by tho British Mr Howard delares that but for the bravo Dolly Madison the priceless parch meat would have been tllltroYCtl Last summer ouo of our grandchU Iron Vas tick with n severe bowel troub le nays Mrs K G Gregory of Frcder romcdirs I rshad failed thou wo tried Chamlxsrlnina I Colic Cholera and Dinrrhroa Remedy which gPro very 8peCt1r lIeforsale by J711av Igo11o dcsiro tho services of a corps of good correspondents ono at each post olllco in this section Such as will write a news letter every week can call onus for information J H Fieratt Jolly John took iin putt at Wcat Liberty fire Weik L t NOW TO fiND OUT FlIlabottleorcommotglut with urine and let it stand twentyfourhourv risejl iment or tettljng indicates a dlseat d daeoy aejT treuGle Tix request desire to urinate or pain in tho back ia also con vincing proof that the kidneys land blad der are oat of order WHAT TO DO There is comfort in the knowledge so otters expressed that Dr KllrccrsSwamp Root tho great kidney remedy fulfills ovary wish in relieving palaiatbe back kidneys liver bladder and every part of the urinary passage It corrects u- I inabll dity to hold urine and scalding pain in J passing it or bud effects follpwing use of liquor wine or beer and vercomcs that unpleasant necessity of being compelled to get up many times during the night to urinate The mild and the extraordi nary effect of Swamp Root is soon real izcdj It stands the highest r Ha won dental cures of the most distressing cases If you need n medicine you should have tho best Sold by druggistst price fifty cents nnd one dollar Fur a sample bo e and pamphlet both sent free by mall mention Tux HAZKI G it HEX HKUAIP sad send your full postoftico address to Dr Kilmer A Co Bingbampton 1N Y The proprietors of this paper guarantee j the genuineness of this offer 1CZwtaL11o Niagara Falls Tho annuall excursion of tho C If D Railway to Niagara Falls will occur I this year on July 8th The rote from Cincinnati 0will be 700 Tickets will be good fivo days 12yNoon The accommodations will be first class in every particular Elegant day sleepingycars The route iis tho most interesting of any Going via Toledo Detroit and i tho Michigan Central Railway through tho beet port of Southern Canada direct to the Fulls This is the only line that passes close to the brink from which a j full and complete view of both the American uud Canadian Falls can be seen to advantage Niagara Iis ono of tho greatest wonders on tho globe everybody knows of Niagara and every body wants to go there The C H D railway was the first to inaugurate these cheap excursions and always has the best accommodations provided for its patrons Persons desiring full in formation about this excursion should address tho underpinned ndR descrip tive circular will be mallcdou D G EDWARDS Passr Traffic Mgr C H fc D Ry Cincinnati Ohio iGrann Mctcalfe IerMr NIw14 wswtnlN ttecIIILeJtalcwttIItte 111pN ueII u ittw e It w Mq 111- t ItIlseEta BEL- LSPineTar Honey rsoelpttpt by fl L L nNleY1 rML r Mwk fi- rA FLOYD BYRD CamptonJ- vyATTORNEYATLAW ConteIprompt guaranteed DIYlitA HOWARD STAMPER ATTOUXEYATLAVT OAMPTON KY Will practice In the courts ofWolfe and the adoiiiing counties AU business entrusted to ou cnro will receive prompt attention TILE DERALDIS THE BEST ADVERTISING MEDIUM IN EASTERN KY t- V TRAINING AND FEED STABLE orthancoming hero from a distance ware may ileaih horaea pastured for a fow days or weeks can havo tho boat pasture at reasonable rat- esL4IrERY srrAJ3L cororuidrivers a Persons to Spring will bo mot at either r Rothwoll or Torrent with and driver and I pleasure 4 in shipping water for them whenever desired J TAYLOR DAY ALL KINDS OF w 11 0 It btit m vnU I 4CALL THE HERALD FOR WATCHES GOOD ONES at 350B- ETTER ONES at 600 V sitao UlWtuus 4s I And Watch Repairing I OOTO FRED J HEINTZ IMsiuaIKY I NEW MILLINERY MRS s B KASH Fashionable Milliner aIS NOW IN HAZEL GltEEN with a tall line of the latest and newe styles of Millinery Goods at the lowest anti asks the laI diva to await her coming before making their spring purchases NEWEST STYLES LOWEST PRICES Woftos1ora Bank WINCHESTER KY N H WITHfiitSrOON President B D HUNTEUCMkUr Paid up Capital 20000000 Surplus 6000000 This Bank the accounta of Bier hanU farmers traders and business raea generally throughout Kentucky and often IU customers every facility and the most liberal terms within the limits of legitimate barking octlSlj WHLLIS WHEElER HA ZEL GREEN KY Blacksmiths and litlUlllllfflH Having leased th shop known an ih e Frank Tylorahop ant i an11complete making tools and materials are prepared to do nil kinds of work In our line the most reasonable rates Jive us n call anti a trial Respectfully W WALLIS G W W11EELKR FORTUNElirenlfUlKHpretan4ese11U1IHANn troublesCURECATAHlnlapp CUN1IIIANllIf faccsltaliA JI J1Al1LBBE y M D Physician and Surgeon HAZEL GREEN KY MSufserl and obstetrics specialty t Also for tho convenience and thentt ll5mwill keep Buggies Snddlo Hers8111 lIockH for hire nt an times Persons wishing a vehicle te meet I thorn nt Torrent can toltphono nle and have any desired vehicle or saddle horse promptly I will also R intending visit Swango i team will havo FOR AT OFFICE prices solicits Eastern Lexington and Eastern RailwaY I Tlaa Table la Effect May 16 1897 1 I IVEST BOUND 1 I 5STATIONSex exDaily pmApmWluchltllerpmOulrllcI Jln1IIIIIIInj ImClt I amStuutonamFilionj sinjamNatI amTorrentamBcnttyveI amJacksonamThreenmAtliol J i EAST BOUND r j t titI 1 exDailyI I I nunIj I ourFairliel4t ImllauKMs 3 40 pm II OS am 8 30 am Clay City 3 53 inn 9 27 am 0 10am 201m11olbtlnI j pmii proBenttyve pmAtholpmJackson 1 No 1 and 2 arrive and depart from C A iIO Union depot at Lexington All freight trains arrive and depart from Nctherlahd J It BAltitii CHAS SCOTT Jen Pass Genl Mulngcrtt FR A 5 1 WHIIHt 0IaUIVB CENTS 11troaon1u1MIHKOnaNBrTrJc PM U tnal r Dad 1jIIw wem ion 1NIfIYaUo U toaafr- stlstlioatarwt J tlrimr u fodOOnii 11 UI4 J nm r bQQ i y l a u t dlrnottalSfMofI MVDotrrttotwkil of tr Sa anal SdUIa a propenei + d- Jer JIIIYUta A I r1alnk will eant pale al to UI1 eddweerwateentsh ants r 10NApree= ptolwbkb e1pte0ew Jj tau of It0 I Ijarur 1o rto rt rt4Jb7maUrortJR HdSIwlMM for 11 irroM M i- nri CUIa wtUa Ute 0Ntr11 lor CarjfW lie tawioot i TRADERS DEPOSIT BANKi11 i KYi0 j CAPITAL 200000 I SURPLUS f80OOOljlj 0 J- i J M 1O1j Presidente ji We relpecUaHYllollclt 0ff chants farmers trader and business men 1 geucrahthroughouL Eastern Kentucky A J general banking business done dire us a chance to send you n bank book pay your cheeks and loan you money when In need W W THOMISON Cashier AGENTSSecure1 our lllc ngen conk l Carpet tStretcher nut Tncter and canvass 1 your locality nnd surrounding 1 country nt once as the spring season U close at hand Tho II HELVIDEUK Stretcher vrorkft on n new principle it draws your weight with the carpet carpet can he folded under and two thlckncssca stretched No rounding fingers or getting don out kneel 1 Drivea GO tack per mInute iOperator stands ia upright b pOllUtion special price to agents tor saw Ile prepaid Good commission Write nt once for cartoon circular and terms to agents Tax GoDDAnn di ALLEN Coq 110 State street Bclolt Wis p i II s p p j i filE HERAtD I I LOCAL LACONiCS m P frt Emma Hauls left for Campton se 1i l lr aim Minnie L Day has been quite sick for a few drtya pnlt Robert IcLIn went to Torrent Sunday MJ hmincM and returned Tuesday it Matthew Long the young Boldterboy I rem Ft Thomas iIn town last week btrs Roe DIY has the thanks of the i edSor and hls better for a basket of fine green penllIlittle Sundt school cunyentioa held at Holly lastl Saturday was u pronounced success In every feature Miw Minnie M Wullace returned kolas Monday from a weeks visit to her lrter Mrs IM1ie Hnlof Grassy ORnbert Hash line secured a school in Lee county near the Powell line and 1 efii begin teaching in a few weeks I IT Q Trimble of Mt Sterling is rleit- I sj jtg his daughter ore JJ T Day and ft other relatives and friends at tha plater H 1 f Willie lKadi has secured a school near L Floc 8tle in Leo county and will begin f fJ fJtkhtnl oon but just when we do not 0 know Mrs H F Tieratt and family returned ywterday from Campion where they faire visiting S S Comb Iu Pieratt I father II C Quitball etude trip to t LVilogtou Inst weekand nlfr tnVing in the Fourth of July at Torrent returned home Sunday night t tTllylur Day is in Loimvllle nnd Cincinnati working up advertising for the fair catalogue and may return home the litter part of the tvrok- YI I Dr Xickcll reports the birtH of n buy I bltbyto the wife of Miles Caskey last l i Saturday and says ho was ft bjunm 111I McKinley of course f jThe show lust Friday NV C Clarks clrcu was about the beat exhibition o tw kind tluit has been teen in tlhIItC lion for the last several years Mesdanies Hanks Hnriuon 1nuier IoU Olhir left Tucsdity moiniug fu I their respective homes much to the reo I gret of thir relatives nnd friend k J iJIarvc Nickel the old trine counter hopper is now nieuMiringcuMii for II F I Pieratt nnd would be glad to v fM Ilss f old friends 111 s ipcWy iuvitd Mrs F N Day rctivrned home Mon I day from Montgomery where she IIMr I I IM = n vi iII her nlIlhluhter lIudIl b aII otker relatives bur over two past 1Itxeat udiftliona ltd us to believe I p that our I In V talk would full to pieces L I rite lii inv were Icece illi the ull VIM tit V Ii butfhe IPr 1 up t1t we k i Md nut IUII N a drum 4Miss Mary tsbitt of NVinelu tT llns been In our midst for a few days xMing f fiieuds She wll muke nn extended I Vuiv at Ircstonsburg before she goes t I ter house rMis Rildti Horton accompi ied ho- rtaunt Jlrs F Nay homo and is now f In our mhlst vlfithigI relatives and friends She IIOIlC of Montgomery countys bright young girls Mrs S U Hash is jjust now in receipt of n brand new stock of the latest si IIn hats both l rim iiicd mid untrimmed our1l iuvitcs tho ladies of Huzel Green nndI vicinity tu inspect them I Several of our young people went to gloriousfourtherected in the first undertaking during u MTblfritig heat but failed to realize u I S the last f Whether its a stubborn cold or just n sulfite you tun cure It for good with Dr iMls iuo Tar Honey This famous t grogtr of health H the pallid cheek visionhisg and Wend loft for Illinois nJlIUivclI1I I I company with his several aunts andI i liter a brief fcojourn in the sucker state I I J Will return to Memphis nnd business 1111I l which hu 1 isjiDgngcd nt that place i r Mies Kash and two daughters oft j reintiveeI teWB il rri I CuhIf nT t i Our young friend EwnrdOnoYt just Academybas I DlstNocengratuIRtedmilting their selection and the patrons will find that It pays to employ just the right kind of a teacher better than to take any that ofJlrhor the draw attributeayoung and his example and dally walk in lira will be worthy the emulation of every scholar In attendance He his the edu cation to nitike an eiccptlonnlly fine H gogue and If the patrons full U get value received from him we nro no judge of personal character or worth Ho has a widowed mother and two Utpi dependent upon him for support and while lie is rendering the patrons of this school district the very best service obtainable for the money the trustee and patrons should in turn do all and everything they can to hold up his hands nnd encourage him in hill new lifo work Thus the patron the pupil and the pedagogue may bo mnteiinlly benefitted and the public weal advanced At the Christian church next Sunday the topics for sermons are It 111 a m Stephen the Martyr lit 830 p m Cornelius the Good Man New Testa meat Christians always assembled them selves togcthur on tho first day of the week PaulIIIIR tI1INeglect not the assembling of yourselves together tis the manner oftlClme I k Keniemlxr the Lords day to keep It holy It should be a dayspent iu holy service for tile I Master Draw near to God and He will draw near to thee Drawing near toII Him gives strength comfort forgiveness i m itt In line I of lifo Attend the ervlcls at the Lords house whenever posible Mr and Mrs VT Swnngu will plea e accept the thanks of tilt nlit ir and his betterl for n frreieerful of delicious raspbury ice cream WhNting Wilio dont do things hy piece meal in demon strated In this tire IInstead of n saucer full he brought over tho frceT full When one reilis that Mr 5WlIlIgo IiII over a mile from TllK HKIIAI n home iit shows that either the eilitir nnd its l liI thefI paper wonderfully popubr Anyway we highlyI nppreIat II1M little tc ti monial and can tort Mr and hl1t t viingi that nil conmclid1 1with thc ullilo fullestr dltoSquiir just below Hazel Green and 11111Irather subscription ins and rendered such valuable assist ance ii toachiig the young i ha how to shout that the trusties employed her on her merit + in which they will nut be mistaken She iis a patient piMistaking little lady and the scholars arc nil sure to love lice Wherever this is the cart between teacher and pupil teaching snot easy task and a Ubor of lute Some of this loafers sitting aroundI Teary Pleratts store a few mornings sluice were led to discuss womans drew t 1111I1l1 nilof course hold different views drescoin old fashioned chinlz calico wns III prettily attired as mrUl or matron could bi nUll with the euggestiun ejectedi tho query Why is it that you novcr see chintz sullen w tls n rlet soy more Hurvo Nickel the new clerk answered tint he didnt know unlrss it Wit owing to the scarcity of the chintz bug And the crowd let it go nt tint Mrs Lillie McLln wIll pleine accept the thanks of the editor and his better for a bountiful basketful of vegetables The lower tier of tho basket was filled with n lino mew of fine pens tho upper tier with n liberal mess of tender juicy green beans and tho top packed to tho IlbetuMr nnd Mrs Robert McUn moved into our immediate neighborhood we con grntulalfd ourselves that they would be good neighbors but wo hail no idea tlsc would do things so grandly Our yofJig friend H U Quicksall has secured tho public school at this place nUll will open for busncss on the IUh last He taught us such n satisfactory school on n former ocetwnn thnt any en Icomlum upon his merits now would be superfluous and it will suffice to say that ho will render satisfaction I I Mrs Ida Cecil irs Swango accorn panted1 by her mother Mrs TIIIIO Swnngo was brought hero Friday evening from her hums in Virginia Rod foal Torrent to this place lay on a rot in the hack Sho is very ill anil much emaciated but withal cheerful nnd her friends hope to sco the bloom of youth s8n adorn hetIi I cheek L I L I r Ii I tIIIo DRY G0 qsa N GROCERIES t oRT t + e = x h tiM11M EA II J r 4 ra t f t I tfTh J i tt Itt C IS Space Belongs to imti r rIrATPwho is so busy that he has not the time to write an advertisement for this issue but said I am still selling Goods at Gold Standard Prices and running a firstclass Liyery Stable for the ac commodation of guests of the Day House or anybody else who desires to stop with me i r m 000000000000000000000000 oooooooooooooooooooooooo CLOTHING J 000000 OO tfDlr no fZ rJ4 a C=1J6711w4 I 1 3 u Uv TickledI because I extracted his tooth without pain I can do the same for you Neither pain oar offer effects result from my extracting My method suggests pleasantness and satisfaction instead Ive the experience the know how and the facilities for doing the best work at the least cost Gold Fillings in serted in a manner that makes theta permanent No charge for examinations or estimates BE BARTR 1M- DDSIIDr lit the Pay Ilmm HHI Omii A ARE YOU THIN RING4 nl liiiyltiK u faro in tin lllurtriu f- TliK lt1isiliij Tfi lKMoritT with Its huge flrculation will help you to hll best bnrgnlu through n smulll iviuyn ibunleut Try it Iubllilicd twice u week nt lAO per ynr IJJUU= S DONOVAN lrulrllfr- Willchttr Kjr FIFTY DOLLARS A WEEK Iasllymade Agents WIiIlIt1111I every II0i cnlllvior lion W J nryauncreat unil only honk The First Untile Tlfobeat seller ever producedl Agnt are tttkiiiK nn funny us O0 orders jar wt 4k JJ1ir nlI frlindu lent iulltatlous4 ellHi riutitt und lregiu work nl one W H JCOSKIIV COMPANY IlIblbhufll JU Dearborn iftIItIIIIIt y tI J BEITZ wa WITH W M KERR CO tounKns IN Kurdwari Agricultural Im limintsI- JIONTON O T COLVIN ys WITH TRIMBLE BROTHERS WkllSIC GrOG IS MT sTEHrlT KY FLOYD BYHD A Cnmpton Ky ATTORNEYATLAW per AbKtritcti of title furnished collet tlniii mode and prompt return guaranteed Connected with the law Inn of 1oadk Day Jit Sterling ylu civil prattles IIE BEltAlrD IS TIlE BEST ADVERTISING IMEDIUM IN EASTERN KY J 6- f l f WHERE TO CET ITTo On CrsTOMKitH jM FIUKNUH rrinhllfnrt tloltigucon9deittint country cO Coffee1lightI Arbuckie Coffee 1 per pound only1 V c i 6It CI Q5CtaCWhileSODA4c PIEIQoJpounilI APPLES 100IIpoundcall only SEA CRASS ROPE OApi0 Ices lor 10cI12G 5cForAll Other Goods in Proportion ktuauthcr WI trill Intv you tilt highest uulrkct prlrt for llll klndaof nlercballnble willlint IIIUrllllIItrulyJ R DeBUSK CO Mize Ky Ju Tin Dost end Cneapost Schdnl iu Cas torn Kentucky S1 Et G RI iv A AII1t1 NORMAL BUSINESS PREPA1TOR- Yexl Session Begseaesdai S Pt 1 1 1897 Full Conrsos Sustainod in Every DoparlluonltI Collegiate Preparatory Normal Businoss and Bible Thorough Work is Required in all Studio Pursued The Expenses are as Low as Pocsiblo Jlllnrloo 40 00 Tuition Aimlvniic oo 10 00 f 11110111111111 Shorlliunil tuldfyptrrlting flQ 00 For Term of Twenty UooUn 1 Iur Catalog and further fulonunttoii write to WM H CORD Principal HAZEL GREEN KY TRAINING AND FEED STABLE I hnvo opened my Training tint hood Stable null will keep pu i hand plenty of feed aud a full 811111of vehicles nntf traps Purtits i corning hnfo from a distanoo Iosiry horses pastured fora fort days or voeka can hnvo the boat pasture at reasonable ratest Also for tho convonionco and ncconunodation of guests of thu Day Manse I hnve ononod nenrby a llrstclaps Livery Stable where d will keep JhiggioH Saddle Horspo anti HnokH for hire nt nil times PtlrtlIHtH wishing n vehicle to moot 3 them nt Torrent can tolephono mo and hnvo any desired vehicle oc saddle horse promptly I will kiwi hnvo n full supplyof hacks for hire to drummers in charge of careful 1N drivers for which they can contrnct by tho dRY for any Jenglk of tins Parsons intending to visit Swougo Spring wilt be met atiithor Rothwell or 1orrttat with teams and drtvor tutu I will have pleaeWrtf- ill shipping wotor for them whenover douircd 1 rrAYJ ORDAY r 1ir = Y i t t- x THE HERALD f1 a year Sub xriW Q jJli t Clf3 h 11- n It t 4 1 11 J EIGHTH ANNUAL EXHIBITION OF THE 1 HAZEL GREEN PAil MID DRIVING PARKr i rASSOCIATZONv r- 5 R SEPTEMBER 14th 15th 16th and 17th 1897 II FLORAL hALL EXHIBITS I r I I- Mont iNeateat made Silk Quilt 3 00 Best and Neatest made Wonted Quilt 8 00 4 ltawl Neatest mado Calico Quilt 1 00 Neatest made piece of Patchwork 2 00 Neateat made piece of Tatting 2 00 Neatest ado piece of Crocheting S 00 NutlJIll ad0Jalr of Pillow Shims 1 00- Neatiat made Sun Bonnet a 00 Neateatnltled pair of White Yarn Socksrr 1 00 Intent knitted pair of Brown Yarn Socks 1 00 Neatest mado Hemstitched Handkerchief with embrtider cd initial by girl under 12 yelnii 2 00 Largest and best Wheat one peck 1 00 Largest and beat White Corn one peck 1 00 Largest and heat Yellow Corn one peck 1 00 Largest and best Oats one peck 1 00 Largest and best Millet one peck 1 00 Largest and best Hyc one peck 1 00 Largest and best Sugar Cane one dozen etnika1 00 Largest and best CnMbngc three bends 1 00 Largest and best fleets imlf dozen 1 00 largest and bent Rod Tomatoes one dozen 1 00 Largest nnd best Irish Pbtatoes1 ono peck 1 00 Largest and host Sweet Potatoes one peck 1 00 Largest and best Onions one peck 1 00 Largest nut best White Bonus one peck I 00 Largest nod best Poaches one peck 1 00 Largest and boat Apple one peck 1 00 I Largest and best Watermelon 1 00 t i Largest nnd bent Cantaloupe 1 00 latrgerl and beet nCnllWJio1 J 1 L 1 00 Largest and best Pumpkin 1 00 it Best Red Popper one dozen pods strung 1 00 Best Sorghum Molasses one gallon 1 00 nest Honey in Comb one gallon in glass jar100 Best Boll of Butter ono pound 2 00 Bret Loaf of Light Bread 3 00 Best Fruit Cnko ono jlico to be out 3 00 Best Layer Cake ono slice to be cut 2 00 Meet Pound Cake one slice to be cut 100 Belt Apple Preserves half gallon i r 2 00 Best Peach Preserves half gallon 2 00 Best Blackberry IfCJIervelt half gallon 2 00 Heat Raspberry Preserves half gallon 2 I00 Best Tomato Preserves half gallon 3 I00 Best Currant Jelly one stand 2 I00 I Best Blackberry Jelly ono stand 3 00 heat Raspberry Jelly ono stand 3 00 heat Apple Jolly one stand 2 00 neat Blackberry Jam quart 2 00 Best Applo Butter quart 2 00 Best lVatermeIoniickles quart 2 10 Best Cucumber Pickles quart 2 00 PresrN WARE Secyother J- JiIIY r STATE SIFTINGS Suits hate been filed against FAyette s county citizens for unpaid stato taxes amounting to over half n million dollars It IIs so hot Iin Louisville tt that automatic tiro alarms nre turned on causing great trouble to the fire depart went Blxty saloon keepers are expected to foxed out of business at Louisville as the result of too much McKinley Gill who is charged with tho murder of Wm Letchmn in 1S94 was arrested at Jcllico Tenu Ho is now in jail at Beattyville Rev R Lynn Cave of Nashy idle Tcnn was elected of the Ken tucky University by the board of cura tore to succeed Louis Loo resigned Ernest Ills a 14 year old white boy a recently from the penitentiary by Gov Bradley on account of his j tyouth Is In jan AtRlchmolld for theft Miss Lucy Foul tho UVyearold daughter of M IJo1tord a farmer has r filed suit in the Johnson circuit court for S 10000 damages against Mrs Pris cilia Ramey for alleged sla n- dorBHIOUSnOSSI r Is cAused by torpid liver which prevents dlgts tiou and permits foot to ferment and putrly In the stomack Thou follow dluhics headache I H HoodsI Insomlna nervousness and 11r rIblood Herod poisoning bilious Ilootla fever t stlmuUto the stomach Pills P ft rn1 I e 11 BesL Sweet Plckle qullrt4 J 0 Best Toronto Cnteupyqu ert i7rfrrn 2 I00 IleetChow Chowquilrti1o 2 00 Prettiest Flower potted not over gallon size bloom con sidered vw 1 00 Prettiest Flower potted not over gallon sizel foliage con sidered M 1 1 00 Prettiest Cross made of iitlly to be two feT long 1 00 Prettiest Heart asado of Cedar to be ontifout across 1 00 Handsomest Boy Baby under one year 5 00 Handsomest Girl Baby under one veart I 00 Handsomest Boy or Girl under 8 years onehalf hours ride un tho Flying Dutchman to be judged nt 2 oclock p m on the first day of Fnir The Bey Baby Ring will be judged by three gentlemen in Floral Hall at 2 pm on tho second day Tho Girl Baby Ring will IKS judged by three gentlemen none of whom shall have served as Judge in the Boy Baby Ring in the Floral Hall at 3 p m ou the third day of the Hair Uunrds will attend the Judges after the awards are made until the Band plays Hume Sweet Homers First Day Beet Duck any DCQf 4 i t rrU1Lt tt t2 10 Best Ewe any ago t p t 2 10 Best Buck Lamb t 2 50 Best Kwo Lamb 2 60 feet Boar any age 2 50 Best Sow any age20lest Boar under G mouths 3 and S1 4 00 Best Gilt under 6 months S nUll 1400 Heat Bull any age 5 and aii 8 00 Best Bred Cow any age to and SST 00 Heat Milk CW any age 5 and 3at J 8 00 fleet Calf either sex under 8 months li and 3 8 00 Best Fatted Steer or Heifer under 1 year f3 nnd 3 8 00 Best Pair Cattle any age f6 and f3 8 00 ItUXNisa HACK Free for all j half mile heats j best 2 in 8 Purse 40 j 25110 and 5cPACK ou TKOT For horses that never won a race j mile heats 210 3 Purse 75 j45 20 and 10 MUIK HACK Running half mile heats i 2 in 3 Purse 8 jj- U 2 fiO and 1 50 BALLOON ASCKNSIOX 3000 feet high at 430 p iu Second Day Best Pair of Mules any age single ownorship 5 nnd 3 3 00 Best Mull mare or horiItny age 3 nod 3 8 00 Beat Mule Colt 5 and I R 00 Best Harness Stallion any age 5 nnd 3 8 00 J DAY IIILSend Secretary Catalogue information 1 YWLL intensely prosperityJoseph president pardoned Newton Trusty who killed Mires Barnett in Brcnthitt county last February was taken to the Frankfort penitentiary last Friday where ho will servo a life sentenceAt ex Chief of Police John McKlroy and members of the present police force filed suit against the city for 15000 felony fees deciden to be duo the flitera by the court of appeals Seventeen guests of West Baden Springs Hotel wore poisoned by eating young potatoes Paris green had been used to kill bugs on the vines and this was the cause No serious results While attempting to escape arrest for detaining a 17 year old white girl Martin Moore colored was shot in the back by Constable Willard Collins of Woodford The wound may prove fatal At Marion Miss Kato Cook sister of ono of tho proprietors of Crittcndon Springs died nt the hotel of peritonitis superinduced by cold water baths taken during tho warm weather of lust week Tho Winchester Democrat is respon sible for the statement that Asa Brock has n hen which each day las an egg about as big ns the end of the thumb and all shapes curled twisted and crooked Capt Win Ham a member of the city council at Vnnccburg and n leading G A R veteran was arrested 1fwar rant sworn out by his son charging him with renting out his property for im- moralr purposes to his mistr III I In less than 10 minutes the jury in the case against Tol Stone the negro I who criminally assaulted Mis Nellie Cobb Moqre nt Glasgow returned n ver diet of seven years in the penitentiary Iu the case against him for arson got n sentence of 12 years A big to do was raised over tho sending to tho pen of Jim Oscntcn of color ngcdll years last spring for breaking a show window nt Catlettaburg to steal l fifty cents He was pardoned by Goy Bradley He was a notoriously bad Ho is in the toils again for breaking into n grocery I Seven depositors of the defunct Ex change batik of Fleniingsburg have sworn out warrants charging Cashier Watmn Andrews and President David Wilson with receiving deposits when they knew the bank to be insolvent President Wilson is also charged with swearing to false statements of tho bunks condition Now is the time to subscribe for TilE HEIULD only 81 a year in advance QUA5 I Croup whooping cough and colds arc quickly allayed and danger averted by BELLSI HONEYTh- is famous remedy will cure nn attack of croup in the time it Evcryhomethe time of need It is an infal lible remedy for nil bronchial and lung affections perhotneThe L F ettkerlud s4Ww Pe rUiuk Kj a Best Harness Mare or Gelding any age ffl and 3 8 00 Meet Saddle Stallion ayaKo 8 00 Best Brood Mare any age with sucking colt 5 and t3 8 00 Beat Sticking Colt 5 nod 3 8 00 lest Pair of Farm Mares or Geldings any age to wagon 5 and 3 8 00 CLASS Mile heats in 3 Purse ttOO i 125 4and30 RUNNING RACK Free for all j half milo heats j 2 in 3 Purse 40 j 25 10 and 5 TIIOTTINU RACK For Buggy Horses strictly never track Flourj200lbsBALLOON ASCKNSION One mile high at 430 p m V77jrd Day iBest Harness Mare or Gelding any age f5 nnd t8 8 00 Bent Saddle Mare or Gelding any age i and f3 8 00 Best Harness Mare or Gelding 4 yra and under i and 3 8 00 Best Saddle Mare or Gelding 4 yrs sad under 5 and 3 8 00 neat Lady Rider not under sweet 10 5 and 3U 8 00 CLASS Milo heats 3 in 3 Purse t200 i 125 t4i and t30 TKOT ou PAcEFor Horses owned in Kentucky mountain counties mile bents i 2 in 3 Puree 10 j 25 10 and g5 BICYCLE RACK Half mile heats j 2 in 3 Purse 3 5 2 and 1 FOOTRACE 150 yards heats i in 3 Purse 8 i 4 and 3 Fourth Dav- Best Walking Horse Mare or Gelding any age 5 and 3 8 00 Best Roadster Mare or Gelding any ago 5 and S 00 Walk half male pace or trot half mile run half mile 1 and t3 8 00 CONSOLATION RACK This race is for horses that hue started in ono or more races during this Fair and failed to win a race i mile heats i 2 in 3Jul1te 35 20 10 and 5 CLASH Pace or Trot j mile beats j 2 in 3Jursc Q200 j 125 45 and 30 NOVKLTY RUNNINO RACK Free for all A dash of three quarters n of a mile Tune too j fIt to horse that is first at tint quaater SlfiJ to horse that is first at second quarter and 25 to horse that is first at last quarter fourtimlti BALLOON ASOKXSIOS Out of sight at 430 pm = u P r TAYLOR L rt to the for and be not re tODo1IItltlt county j ho one i I 2 2 TRADERS DEPOSIT BANK- MT STERLING KY o CAPITAL f200OOO1I SURPLUS 30000 0J M BIGSTAFF President G L PresidentW 0We respectfully solicit the business ofmer chant tarniem traders and bualnesa me- geuerafly throughout Eastern Kentucky general banking business done lire us a chance to tend you a bank book pay your checks and loan you money when in need W W THOMPSON Ca- altserRhPANSIPacked Without Ulan flN FOR FIVU CENTS TblegxwdalrortaotatlrnTRhe1e4preamltray of meeting tee puunlranrd for ft low prko bfdtimewhole with or wltbont a moathful of water They rare all loouch troubles I banish rdn I indueeeleepl sights An InYUiuble tank Ifcwt Hprtnir MfitWn No matter what1 tho lukttrr oewm do ywi Rood On Bin relief R cure win remit If dlrrctloni are followed Tn arcxxmt pAckeet are not yrt to lw had of nil dmlrr klthouahlt U protMbU that amot etwlllobWnaeuppiywbentMoeedby e1rtn tOntAlnllj tentahulew01besent port ttAmflllotJ Hnruc KL New York Vntll the coodi are thor LItddknthem a fair margin of rnntUi I dozen carlong forte centbr mAfl Cf ronta Udoatmllll I carton foraby mall forlt 1nc11WIUcons for Ltf taro tJIO i andfreight i YOUR FORTUNE clearoandtbonllbyand IbelIfnoCI traubloUKCATARRUFererandMthmn HItarputcwiuiix nuwi cu risiMiiM IMJ usTi AGENTS HUSTLER Brightest nllll best pn perpulilishedforugls todaten line SiKCiAl OPPKK During the next GO days will give you jinter one year and a I line nil two times for SOc cash Or 100 nice envelopes neatly printed sent prepaid and paper one year for 50c cnsh Notehcads some Cltonpest and best jirlntinff Address AUKXTS HlTSTLEU33 Maw SL Murray Ky Lexington and Eastern Railway Tim Table ii Effect May 16 1897 WEST BOUNDii o I o 5 STATIOSS II cz Daily INI l aINI I I pmATonpmWlnchpmJolrlleI pmIndhtnpmClayStanton K 10 sin 4 35 IDI 11 20 am- Filson i 50 am 4 21 JIm 10f8 aw Dundee i 45 am 4 07 put 10 Ii sin Nat Bridge 7 40 am 1 Ul pia 10 03 nm Torrent 7 24 am 3 47 pro 9 25 am Benttvve Jc 7 03 lUll 3 26 lUll 8 00 am 740amAtholJackson 6 00 am 2 25 JIm 5 30 am- I EAST BOUND STATIONS No2 Dally No II ei Daily IINo4 Sunday Lexington 2 30 pm 7 45 nm 5 40 amI Avou 2 54 pm 8 13 am C 13 amaa Winchester 3 12 pm 8 30 am 0 45 am Fairlle 3 24 pm 8 G2 am i 45 am Indian FIds- 3 40 pm 9 OS am 8 36 am Cluy City 3 58 pm 9 27 nm 0 10 am 1 Stanton 4 OS pin 9 36 nm 11 20 am Filion 4 21 pm 9 49 ntn 11 51 nm I 4hatBridgc pinipmIlcattyve 3Threelks3 pm Jl nm 5 O lintJNos 1 and 2 arrive runt depart from 10 Union depot at Lexington All trains arrive and depart irom Nctherland J RUAIUIOeal Manager CRAS SCOTT Gen Pnss Agent J A TAlXqgHEj MD Physician and Surgeon HAZEL GREEN KY ISurgery and obstetrics specialty THE HERALD FOR ALL KINDS OF JOn PRINTING