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Digital page images are linked to the text file. f- c o 1IIf HE IIflRALDEatnbliahed tq j in the Story ofIt Jonathan and His Continent by Max ORell U I COOPER Owner and EditorENCER Of it Nulll7 World With K wi From All Nntlonn IuraJrlug nt JIll Back da SIOO A YEAR Always In AdvancerHIRTEENTH YEAR HAZEL GREEN WOLFE COUNTY KENTUCKY THURSDAY JULY 22 1897 NUMBER 17 frtonight Thursday u Little Stcvic Junes has beet- for several days past Copt J A London of Moinpj II a guest of Mrs Ellen Kash Miss Malta James began tl Lee City school lat Monday Everybody invited to the 1 meeting Sunday Dinner on tl Mrs Berry James has bee her father George Byrd on L J M Havens necompanlertj Mauford will take a trip to chapel today Rev lien lligstufipaed t 1 1 n9vtal n tJ or CORRESPONDENCE osIZ+ n MORGAN COUNTY Jambs Jangles tops are looking prosperous in this lion uito a number of our young men arc log the west this fall John Fugnte has been down sick fore list week with fever Hirlan McClure has gone to Winches this week on business lenty of peaches and apples andi nderful blackberry crop I C Cnskov and wife spent Sunday th Joshua DeBusk and family The wife of H F Oldfield who has in down with fever is convalescing He school on Lung Branch common 1 this morning with Richard Hard us- ichtr Willie Lockhart will commence teach g at the Cnskey school house next onday Emma McClure and brother spent turday night and Sunday with their win Ida Oldtield The first religious services were held the now chinch at Grassy Saturday idI Sunday by Kids Long and Adams Two young men from Knott came rough this section a few days ago and- e seemed very anxious that everyone fightingboA number of young men about here- ofIk taking a business course this win r in H G academy It will bo the oper step for them Our young men ire been in need of an opportunity of- u kind for many years I R DeBusk and wife who have been Hog goods at Mizo for the last six JDths left last Friday morning for xs where they purpose on locating r life Richmond leaves a number of urn friends around hero who are anx W to hear of his success FridayhtII Moore of Long Branch who haR- D engaged in building a house for hit Cecil died suddenly with cholera thus Uo was a good citizen and riitian and his unexpected death was nenttd by all Jly 19 Tin Bit Eiol Exotics L okout Shiner hero we are Plenty of rain and not much sickness d doctors Bl Kash youngtieSterling market Volney Nickell and Carl Kash nttend church at Old Grassy Sunday G W Goad nominee for county atToy has a severe attack of sickness orn crops look well but owing to the f weather in veryhtSummer David peso last week made e good sales to the surrounding coun f merchants Miss Rachel Nickel called books at the Yourbethe name day MiltonI wlJlthisupper counties to T cattle Luck to you boys 11Millardj Jno1Mmice two year old steers for 206 Green Berry Pierntt will start this 4 week on an extended trip through the I workIfor his firm I SundnIenjoythemselvesoxceeding iI plealir rMrs Alice Kash and little son Walter of St Louis are visiting relatives on Greasy and will visit Hazel Green Mt Sterling and Winchester before they return to their home The new school house is completed and a better piece of mechanism in the way of n school building cant be found in the county It adds greatly to the beauty of our little town and the prog Teas of its citizens July 20 O K Maytown Missiles John Sweeney and wife are very sick C A Sample is on the Mt Sterling market with a bunch of cattle Mrs Barlow Lane died at noon yester day with fever Mr Lane is also very sick Miss Rosin Sample of town visitedI Misses Liza and Lillie Henry of Each last Sunday Mrs Win C Fernholtz nee Hoard of Cincinnati is visiting her parents Mr and Mrs H C Hoard 11 A Day and family and Mrs Alex Patrick have just returned home from Salycrsville where they made a weeks visit to relatives and friends A very sad occurrence happened near town Sunday evening about i oclock Four of Jimmy Wilsons little girls were playing in the yard under an apple tree when n bolt of electricity came thunder- Ing through the branches of the tree in stantly killing Pearly aged 9 and Vernia aged 4 Elmn 11 years old was uncon scious for several hours and badly burned but Dr Kash of your town says site will get well Little Sudie aged 7 was not hurt unit ran in the house picked up her baby brother who is nearly as large as fiho and ran with him 100 yards to her uncle Tho + Wilson who came and found the smoke rising from the girls Bro Wilson and wife and oldest daugh ter were at Sunday school at the time The two little girls were buried yester day evening in the same casket nanr their home in n beautiful grove the sere vices being conducted by Dr 1W Kendrick We have never seen sa many people at a funeral before The chil drens pet kitten was under the tree lead The family hare the sympathy of the entire community Ye mourning parents whose streaming tears Flow oer your children dead Say not In transports of dUpair That nil your hopes are tied July 20 WlNOiKSS Consolation Chat Footwashing Sunday at Consolation churchNewton Hurst was the guest of R D Motley Sunday Ock Cecil has n very polite dog and calls him Sport Miss Minnie L Day will begin teach ing in this district Monday July 26 Rev Harlan CotUuf Lie City iii visiting friends and relatives in this vicinity this week J P Motley the prodigal boy return ed Saturday from Pike county where he has been nt work this summer July 21 Tm DRAKE Sellars Sunshine Plenty of rain hero Sunday Bob Whitt of White Oak same over Saturday to see his folks Rev Dopgendorf passed through hero Saturday en route to Salem Frank Duke and wife of Daysboro took dinner with J Miles Nickell Sunday Logan Wilson and wife of Leo City came down Saturday and returned Monday James Castle and wife of Caney visit 0- p PI I IThe Republican Nominee for Circuit Judge ems t a ro Tin Republican party on Tuesday nominated Judge G W Gourley of Beattyvillc as its candidate for judge of this judicial district and in doing HO proved once again that it is the party of and for the classes as against the mas ices Judge Gourley is a corporation nine in every sense of the word Ho Inns been and is now attorney for several corporations which have fattened off the sweat of honest mens brows and why the Republicans should have token him up when they could have had Judge Wheeler stems strange The only reason we opine is that they intend to flght tho people with corporations and were it possible to elect him the people would have no more show in his court thnn a cat in hades without claws Judge Gourley was attorney for the defunct Thrco Forks Deposit bank of Beattyville and when that institution went to tho will was made longedtorhave been told have they ever been able to realize from their investments and we rise to askof the people of this district if such a man as Judge Jourlcy is the proper stuir to preside over a court wherein they may havo to appeal for justice Nay Naomi If the corporations own the court where will lie tho justice for the jpeople Anticipating the power of the corporations in nominating n man of their ilk our special artist designed picture of tho said George Washington lour Icy and the wreck of the Three Forks Deposit bank which we reproduce ourIcy is a slick citizen as smooth on the surface as oil and if tho people allow him to be elected to the otlice to which he aspires what he will do for them will be aplenty ed their mother Mrs Kitty Nickell Sat urday and Sunday Rev A Stamper preached to a large audience Saturday at Salem His text was This man being dead yet speaketli Mrs Abbey Wilson and daughter Mrs Clara Jackson were visiting relatives and friends and attending church Satur day and Sunday Quito a peculiar accident happened to Uncle Wiley Wilson Sunday morning He had taken down a martin box to roe move tho nests of some English sparrows and while trying to replace it the box became detached from the pole and struck him just under the left eye in flicting a dangerous wound Ho was unconscious for some time but is able to be about at this writing July 20 MOUNTAIN BOY MAQOFFIN COUNTY Cyrus Chips Judge Coopers wife is on the sick list Born to the wife of Capt Stanley n big boy Says ho will plow soon I Crops are looking well farmers are llaying by corn and oats harvest is on Tnt HnnAin is a welcome visitor here and we wish it plenty of subscribb ers from here- Students to the Hazel Green academy from this section speak in the highest terms of your town and the academy Not having seen anything in Tm IlKRAU from this section thought would writo you a few lines We arc located 5 miles north of Salyersville on Lick creek W H Roark who has been visiting relatives and friends nt this place foi- icIi this pat week returned Monday Hazel Green whero he will spend next year attending school at the academy July 15 OLD TIMES 1 WOLFE COUNTY Daysboro Doings Scott Lacy watts to clerk In a store powerful bad Mrs Sarah Shockcy went to Hazel1 Green Saturday John II Evans of Hazel Green was In town Monday Uncle Amos Nickoll passed down tho state road Sunday Curtis Swango and Robert Brooks went to Lacy creek Sunday Mrs Alice Amyx began teaching the Daysboro school Monday Squire J H Sebastian and wife were visiting H C Lacy and wife Sunday Mr and Mrs S C Alexander were visiting the family of Din Davidson on SundayMr Mr Lark Lowe of Swango Springs were visiting his brother Antony Lowe Sunday Edward Onoy began teaching school1 at the Shockcy district Monday and J W Taulbce at tho Rose chapel on Lacy i creekAnyone having lost a stone churn withI an iron band around it can havo sam by calling on your scribe My best do brought It home the other day He had the churn over his head and how he go home or where ho found it will probably always remain n mystery Quite a numbor of young folks spent hornIl Taulhco ono day last week I I Among those in attendance were Miagei 1 Hilda Norton of Montgomery county Misses Minnie Day Nettie Whcclei and Lillie Evans Messrs O H Strong and E O Taulbcor toJuly 20 CitAniJE t ToUver Topics Dr Volney Nickell and Karl Kab o Ezel pasted through hero Sunday fI Mrs J H Hollon is very illat her fathers house with fever Amos Lawson was hurt with a plows which caused him much lIufTtrlngf W T McNabb and wife have just re turned from a short stay in Mngoffln county 0 W McNabb and A P Clark have gone to Mt Sterling with a tine bunch of cattle J U Pieratt of Hazel Green and J Rich Hollon of Cauipton pulsed through hero Sunday Married on the IStli inst nt the home of the bride J M Honnker to Milt Rhoda Lawson Elder John Wilson otll elating School opened at Strad field on Monday with Banfoni Mnnnin as teacher Some nice talks from visitors There was a good attendance and all went to work in harmony A very sad scene was witnessed Monday by hundreds of people Two little girls of James Wilson of this neighbor hood who had been killed by lightning were laid to rest God seeing fit and knowing best reached down and took them homo to dwell with him Be it so for of such is the kingdom of heaven Another of Mr Wilsons children was badly shocked t tliennino time July 20 BinsKn Lane Lilies Inaac Btirkhart lost a fine sweet potnto patch during tho flood Stepping is in fine health and he paid hit parents a visit this week J F Hatton was the guest of tho Sewell family one day this week Our honored friend Frank Mutton took a flying trip to Campton the latter part of last week Tho Spring llrnnch school will bo taught by Miss Xerilila Scwell this year and will begin Wednesday July 21I Jolly Georgo Terrell has swapped nfr Iris long necked bowlegged saddle maro to limo Whistmnn for a moon eyed horse A destructive cyclone swept through this section last week mid did much narnngo to farmers in tho way of com flattening Little Isaac Miller hits had heart trouble since Sunday last On Sunday morning he started to meeting feeling very well but ho canto back singing We are traveling to the judgment Married on the 18th inst Harrison Ranks a well known and bright son of James flanks to Miss Julia OHair H charming daughter of Will OHair May they live in bliss sublime tho remaining day of their wedded life On Sunday last Harvey Cockcrham an antic and bold little son of James K Cockerham started from his homo with the intention of seeing his beat girl but before ho reached the homo of his dear sit dear his horse became frightened and threw the little fellow off into n mudhole His partner Arthur Kincaid brushed tho mud off his clothes and they decided that it would bo best not to go any fur ther In that direction Several of our blooming youths at tended the meeting at Antioch last Sun day Of course the crowd was expecting a fine day and to be in fashion tho young ladles wcro very careful not to forget their dusters etc The crowd re ported a fine time but Gold hug Iii of the opinion that thoso fair belles camoII I very near getting drowned I will not theygi made your scribe promise not to report tf the sight July 20 GOLD Bud F An Arkansas editor hearing that a t young lady in New York was kneading e bread with her gloves on said Ob that is nothing wo aro needing bread t with our boots on wo aro needing Iit with our pants on and pretty soon II- r if our subscribers in arrears do not pay up o wo shall bo needing broad without anything On Troubles aro duo to NERVOUS bjood Hoods Sar f I sannrilla is alto One Truo Blood M I Purifier and NERVE TONIC f J jd P 7a I I t tt0riVmaw i HERALDI lI r r aSPSISQ i t elOPER Editor f HAZEL GREEN KY TJK5HSBAY JTnly 22 1897 f AUNOUNCEMENTa For State Senator 1 Wn are authorized to announce JOHN 1It r111111of HiiTelCirteii UN n ruinlMntct for Slate Siinitor for the Hlli SVnutoriiiil I DtmatI erode party i oL tForSurveyor of Morgan County F AY1 tire authorized tn anuouniJAMKSS HAISEY us n cuuiliilutc for County Surveyors of Morgan comrty mfiject to the ile I 4 ciinn oi the voters at the November If97 election I RESPIRATIONS 1t e i IT IK said thut the New York Demo I crat will fight their local political battle on local issues entirely ignoring nationalI i Junes u WllltS the tmiritf hill was reported t- ii the house giving the sugar trust FilCh an advantage the Block at oncu junt i WfrlllnI SMln1 I 1MHI I u A Xiamen of congress who bud a talk with President McKinley on the subject I E rtyt that the prt dent will send his cur I rency riimmissinn mcHVigo to congress as tOIl as the tariffbill hns pawed I IIlpnllltetIi 1 t IMinm 0J I larriit deceased by GovTay tor ofTennev Mr Tnrley IIs a lend I I ing Memphis lawyer and a dyediihc woul Democrat I Titr Chicago Chronicle the only Den orraUc lather in that citywhich bolted I the regular nominee 14at1 Ilryr i nid MJpjMirul the MeKinley aidi l society in thet eampnKt lii4 full lute ii the error of iits ways M + nl returned to the fold de nouncing the HdioiH of I tte bolioerat of Iowa and Kentucky IN sprnkiilltguf tits present gut urn triut campaign in Ohio which also in eludes the United Stales sonato hip till Defiance News cays The money ques i tint LM the lending political iissue in Ohio this year 1 Kspecinlly with Mark Hapin If And it iis n question of how much t IUfIl1C more 11 what lLulof money i with him but rest n sur11 Ito will u ii iallhe thinks necrs aiy JOHN IL MrLivx 1 thdrinii from the Democratic senatorial race in Ohio nll this leaves a clear field for Paul Sorg There way no mo opposition to tI r McLean irid his withdraw1 leaves tIme silver forces of Ohio practically united and harmonious Obioer manful be counted on to go Democratic this fall t nnd this assures n Democratic senator to succeed Mark UaniiA tin boss Tit t penal rial convention through t 1feratttI Klgar Kash etc comes to Hazel Green t this year Jackfon nod Campion were strong bidder but the kindness of lack Arneit for Hazel Green nud her people brought it to our town Precinct Ion volitions will be held 011 tlw fourth I theIthu lout 111PlmorncWIIIIB of Henry county a free silver Democrat and prospective candidate for lieutenant 1 governor wan ii Louisville during tho holtocrat convention he mot with Hon A T Carroll chairman of tlt Lcdy Bill Paid Mr Carroll this convex ton is going t111J tho greatest gatherhg of brainy turn thnt ever happened in Kentucky Youd better join our party Well Ill tell you Tony said lion Billcif I wns llookin1 for brain 111I join you but Im lookin fur votes nod Ill stay with tho Democrats TUG boltocrat convention last week nominated the lato Lieut Gov limey and the CourierJournal mouthpiece for tits Notional Democracy soya tho Republican party will ondowo him and he will be elected To think that Henri s ofti11emocratie ol1ldbl the Republican party and be J r w elected Tho atnr eyed goddess 1ms in 1 I do4 prostituted llcrself below tho lines of degrcdation cvS known in tho party of which she was once n queen Shame upon you you wanton profligate hoMey I Jt trbution will como to you as to nil other wayward lovers and tho end ofI sour woe Alas no man knows it You dlrthy upalpcen began wid ye THE Accomack Pews Vol I No 111 has reached our table nod with pleasure jI wo place it on our exchange list The proprietor James C Itowlc 1Wl8 our I protege some fifteen years ago anti we I are glad tto note hit advancement The paper iis published at Onancock Acco stock county 110the eastern shore a section of country which next to KenI tucky we love better than any place we ever lived And Timmie we want to advise that you make The News strictly Ilocal1 Whenever John Wise George Piirraniorc Jinuntc Fletcher or It nyother of the denizens of Drummondtown visit your town note the fact and you will make Dont tr to publish n ourlselfnews of the county and nil the towns in it People who have ever lived in dear t old Accomack will be glad to hear of I every move HfIlr man in it and the people tlicnifelve will like to see their i j names in print Success to you and may your publication bring you a pie I boric Jpurr l7II CAMITOS KY July H 1 f Mil KIUTOH Allow me through the theofollowing for the consideration of your umtlproud of it I delight to honor the stars and stripes that lloat in undying glory oer the American people Iex poet to tIKS a Republican until the iherI moon turns to Mood until the sun is j blown out and the dinntotulstars falljjif from the heavens and crumble into oh livion unlcM my mind changes lint I I intend to vote fur A T Combs the one gallnsMd boy for tihcritVoLWulfc conn i ty He was not horn with a silver spoon in his mouth or nursed on the lap of Invtiry but what he is he owes solely to his own individual efforts No person j in need ever went from hit door empty handed And in the humble cabin and j around the biir hearthstone Isis name tutu fame will ever bloom as a paragon worthy of emulation Calm browed history when tracedI with impartiall pen will IIiII ways amign I his name on Iher precious pnge as tint pour claws friend I call upon my ill publican brethren in lhlI name of justice and fer the sake of the II young manhood of Volfo county to fall i in line with me and help carry the hall tier of the one gallu ed boy to the j sunlit hills of victory The heavens stay roll together like a scroll the gift tering stars may refuse to show their I twinkling eyes and humanity may full i to sleep and expire amid the crash of i matter and the wreck of worlds but jj never willI1 go back on a friend Loyalty i to frionds is a duty tint I owe to myself j j I to my country rod to my God I know i that the God of nations is upon the side IIfulho one galliissed boy and victory j i will perch upon his banner The boyshh in the trenches have their fiirhting clothes II on and when the smoke of Novembers battle shall lucre cleared away the face of tit one gallnsed loss will be wreath I ed in smiles of victory I jI I Sti1I1 J tJ I I Anything pertaining to the school hind will be of interest to the teachers II of tho country Tho Courier Journal of I i Tuesday huts time following on the subject from its Frankfort correspondent Toe school fund for time year may not be cut11jj down at such a wholesale rate os way in timated in the CourierJournal of yester rlhtccIIRIllI smaller than ever in the states history is a foregone conclusion Tile change III i tho bank tax system not only cuts off a tremendous slice from this years cchool i fund but the increase of the tax rate without tiny increase in the school funds i proportion of tho revenue trnVc smaller time proportion which gcca ta it from the I revenue produced by license fees clcI Owing to n deficit found in the fund the I per capita for last year wits cut from 280 to Onllli tho auditor agrees that the per capita for this year will be j much less than that of last year This j I is trite oven if the school fund does not jj I have to pay back to the banks its shire jIi i of time rebate to which tho banks are entitled because of the excessive state tnxII t they bare ben paying the past several years The only savior clause for this I years fund nt all is the fact now de veloped thattho states fiscal officers do 1 not intend to pay at all until they are compelled to do so Meanwhile many j 3 r I I I OherrjesI1jj I r O 0 Are Ripeteitemptingthanhardlyfurj The First Bite j I in 200 oleos flute nil wool suits in Clay Worsted Cheviots n I eorII t I I OtherBitesI Inreoffered in 200 lasts Moleskin Pant at 4ni a pair cUcwii ytr pantllllt e p tvnltere elseI in the world We have them in some beautiful pa- ta a shirt and wear like iron I Of course you know what all these goods are without t I goodsI i Now Pluck f I GusCStraus IE I Grrr Y bank while still lightingi the tax ques dULlcoIto get much of the rebate to which they are entitled by allowing the two years time in which they must make claim of such rebate to slip away I1nr Tin II rttttao- I McKinley Times It seems strange that anyone would risk his reputation as an intelligent searcher after political truths by asserting that there was no crime committed ill 78 or that we tare having1 good times now Dont this look like good time hilhIthousands of people are being rendered homeless and millions of others having to tramp the country over in search of employment Does this not constitute crime How emu a reasonable mind be come so dwarfed as to believe that a sys tent that hits the soul idea in view of ap predating the value of tho dollar tumid depreciating the value of labor can be a harbinger of prosperity fur those who llllImuch more of the product of labor must itI into tits coffers of tho idle few yet this U what the gold standard advocates wont which is all right for the money peculator but no good for the laboier Now friends Iif a band of robbers would pass through the nation every 10 or lf years end carry off till the valuables of lhllnIsacs being that the people would know how it was done and it would he touch easier to get in line and put a stop to it How tummy one that lives by honest tailor lhcIquell contraction of legal tender money canIprejudice Hut this is not all Where is the prosperity that was promised hI the Hanna advocates in ttlG Oh just out of read they say Yes and I am afraid it will never ho reached as long as McKinley by Mark Hatina H ruled toes sny wait ohwllit give us limo to something Can n people wait when 1111 are perishing 1 Suppose my friends you were flakingi into a bed of quicksand and help near 11Iyou imagine that your frantic cries for help would delay instead of hasten the outing of succor No I fancy in such a case that the scales of prejudice would very quickly full from your eyes It is a parallel case Would you have the people sit still and say nothing or do i nothing while a lot of money lending vampires of the ILIIIIIld Lombard street variety ore drawing away their substance and fastening the shackels oCI individual slavery not only upon you and your children but upon the genera i WnlllIstreotruled your soul with the spirit of lust I i and greed you octet recognize that as long as tho people continue to suffer ail Ter agitation cannot and will not cease Now gold Democrats and Itcpublicans m 0 R SE DAVI0 PRACTICAL 0- BLAGKSMITHSANDWAGON MAKERS HAZEL GREEN KENTUCKY o MAKE A SPECIALTY OF mMLDING FAKM and ROAD WAGON WE use the Ilest Material mural Guarantee Satisfaction Call and get our prix and when you need anything of the kind give me your order Patroma Homo People get only Honest Work mute be Happy MEINI TUB 1IOKSB SHOKING AND KKPA 1 11 DEPARTMENT ff fiPC employ only skilled labor every man being an artist in his s specialty your work is respectfully solicited you had better have a little serious pri vate conversation with yourself upon this subject Cast aside that cloak of prejudice which never was very becom t fog anyhow and do as many thousands of your fellow Republicans are doing Uenounco forever your allegiance to tho infamous money power and declare for Itryan timidhintamiity iinI1HOO Politer iKv HAKfonn MANNIX i iTeacbors Institute OITICK Stir or COMMON SCHOCIS I CAMITON KY July 5th 1811I To Trustees of Common Schools I Gentlemen The teachers institute Ifur VoIfo county for the current school year will be held at Campion beginning July 25 1S97 timid continuing live Gays j Please to notify promptly as the law requiresi every teniher III your district Observe that in addition to direct oral1 or written information written notices are to be posted If you have contracted with a teacher who is absent from the i district maul county it is your duty to write him or her at once That you stay avail yourselves of tho opportunity of hearing and taking part pertnimmingsrim ursday willj I I bo trustee day A F HYIU Cvtinty Snpt i Henry D Adams and Win H De j Husk will leave tomorrow morning fun Cirnwall to hold a meeting whence they go on an evangelizing tour through Powell and Ice counties llmtntrd5eo buckets of good fresh j 1111centsi JicrclIIllII1 shore in Hazel Green and must I in prime condition J TAYIOU DAY The Sales of Hoods Sarsaparilla arc tlw lar ptt in the world because the cures by Hoods Sarsajmrilla urn wonderful perfect permanent Hoods Pills are the best family cathartic and liver medicine 2flc Fun WATCHES I t p- GOOD ONES at 350B- ETTER ONES at 600 tsn tJtIU O And Watch Repairing HI TO FRED J HEINTZ lEI Main- LLxtyGT 1 tS Kl j AGEHTSJFggStretcher your locuiitytuI turrouud country nt once IUI the fprlnj son iis elose at liniul 11KIVIHKKK SeK works on a new 1rriucjpk draws your weight wlljj I ll carpet carpet cut be umliT and two thick stretched No poundinf orgettingdoWn1UDrives 1t r MMUJcnllnrpositiion Special price to n enl ff plet express repaid Good stomas Write at oncu for eortnoucireutnraadtr to necnte Tutu otltllUI A tuC110 State street Uclolt IsJ1 II 1JtHE MEI1LD U S B S S S S a AI a S S S S S S U S 1aa s ap t I LOCAL LAGONICSS 1 3 l I SSSS 555 55 U SSS USS- S S I S S U I S S I S S S S S S S S S P Sa S SU S SI S S S S S Miss Monrovia Twstermnn was iu town TuesJtiy shopping Prayer meeting at the M b churchI tonight Thursday Little Stcvio James lias been very sick for sennil days past CaplJ A London of MeinpliiisTemi1 IIis a nuet of Mrs Ellen Hash Mis Malla James lbegan teaching the Lee City school last Monday Everybody invited to the Pine Grave meeting Sunday Dinner on the ground Mrs Bur Tames ht4beeu visitingi her father George Byrd on Lacy creek T M Haven accompanied n Mr Mnnford will take a trip to Goodwins chapel today Rev lien Higftnfl passed through town Monday on his way to 1rozen to meet an appointment Taylor DtVIIflMjtISt purchased for his daughter Diy a handsome liitlc pony nnd pony ctrt Holly 1 Amyx who lives just above Dtysboro had his leg broken hn lug rolling over him Hev T K Degnendorf filled his regu lar appointment at the Presbyteiian church on last Sunday 4Porter Lacy is homo on Lacy creeL creek recuperating for a few weeks ami i I visitingi hill brother James Lacj 1 Misses Hilda Hortun and Minnie L Day have been visiting their grandpar entsI and other relatives at Maytown this week John II ItofO who was confined to his bed several days the past week with- In attack of fever iis able to be outt again Carl Mize left yesterday morning for n months trip to Washington Old Pointt Cuinfort and other places of interest inI the east Till heavy rain lust Sunday made a g oJI logging tide iin Itl river hut t nearly allI the legs had been run out itl was nut of much benefit Notwithstandingi allI tho talk of reduction iu hank taxes etc it lis thtI reported that the per cnpita will be the Hume as last yeirO- IItev IL K Mann leaves for Trench burg to visit ISev III1 iIt Mill1 who will leturn with him to Pine Grove where tlioy willi I I hold a ten day meetingi Owing to the teachers wishing to litt tend tIll institute next wek more pub lic schools were opened iu this evinly I than ever before known so early iu till season TIIK HKUAII ollice was graced iat imlny afternoon by the presence of Missl es 1aI itt anti Yirga James who called to investigate tIll mysteries of theCurl preservativei The Hazel Green public school TRI thrown open to the children hwt Monday with Curt Quieksall as principalI and Mis Llllie Evans assistant The enroll locaL was 87- lIt1kitalS5y1er hardware company of Louisville have ollered a line plow a II special premium at the fair Watch these columns or secure a catalogue for I further iinformation Hid JT Pieratt returned home the fore part of this week Irma a successful triuf enlightening the natives in the western part of this county on the beau ties of loving Christ The catalogues for the great lair will be ready for distribution in a sisort little Write lo Feeretaiy Ware for otto and he will gladly furnisli I it Kemember the Uat Sptember 7 S 9 stud 10 Do you Waist to secure any of the fair privilege IIf you do stow iis the timei to make your arrangement before it iis too late CIIIIOilI or address N L Ware secretary for full particulars lIewhlerewiI 1 e found the cllrdof I Saul Wilson the painter Mr Wilson i itt IL thorougb nrtijt in isis line ami tiny I needing painting dono would do wellI toj vommunicnte with him nt this postollice Many iibeers sated by the timely ute of Dr Hells Pine fur Honey When u cold cTep upon you or a cough racks your mugs no remedy IIso propuit or eftcctual Can be given to children wit5 IlrolIucc t u fToplc3E I The toc3 of theor July 1897 are 28II 11tisskitItvsgLender Mngjjie Knsh I I Song j Prayer j Song lt Mnjt the lot by throe endcavorers vu Maggie Kwli Nettle Wheeler Warren Farnr II Song Mir I o nil In the Sistine of the Lord Col 3 17 i Willie H IierllttII l o sill Iillte Evans WorKing with their hnnt8IEph 4 2P Avn Swnugo 1ruytr Song 500 j Tonake not the weekly lueotlug lleb 1024 21otilsi J1t hII Work out your Vlrpn Jftll1uIUlitsdiu to those who work SoollHomj 2 10 Curl Mize j Song 3Ij I Kenmrks iu general on the tOlllIIi MllAll I Whilo out taking a stroll la t ThursliI day Misses Minnie L Day arid Hilda1 Horton came ncros a snake of tho blowing viper species near the front gate of Joists H Evan property Pearler and undaunted Misn Minnie grabbed up aj rock which lay near by and let fly at his snakeship so disabling the reptile that H few blows from a untidy club mashed his head to a jelly MissI Minnie has killed ijuite1 a number of venomous reptiles in her perambulatings this summer and ifIi 1he keeps up the pre cnt gait she will i soon till t rival the famous St Patrick ofIf Old Ireland jI iflllrl willI be preaching at the Chris j titus church Sunday morning and even ing 1101 W H Cord will slot leavo for visit lo Mason county tillI Monday hillII ic for sermons are Church linaiico at IlnI in aod No Other Foundation at 815 p in Every member of tho con gregation is csuecially urged to be tires ent at the morning services Some mat I ters of iimportance to nilwillI I come up AllI Iothers who will Iret cordially invited to attend j j 1nele IHill Moore of IpjMr LMijr I j branch was taken Middenly illatI Wrst Liertv wild an attack of cholera rnor1 bus nnd died Knday night 1 Ills remains I INO brought home on Saturday stud ltrl consigned to their last resting planI at till Old Grassy burying ground Sun tiny morningi Kev Win Yociim cm ducting tthtut services IHe wx in hubs 7 Uli year soul leaves a h Inrge circle of ivlatlvr I and friends to mourn him We have an agentI at Cyrus Magotlin county 1 and sill wits may wish to snb Mrihe for TIm Herald iin that neighbor hood can call OlJ1 W IKjark who will Ij I I gladly receive your money nnd send us your statuses As much news asi eats be gathered in that tcctiun will be publish Icd with each issue of Tuts IHriAtnI w as to make it interesting to sill in that coniinuniu Hev L 1 Mann pastor of the M1 K I church insole hiol church and Sunday school miinbers happy by presenting them sixi down sots honks till Young IPeoples IHymnalI 1111illi ho willi I now have have plenty of singing or know why In MX short week from next Tuesday the gates of the IHazel Green fiir and I rivitsg1isitk association will bo thrown open ami the fun will commence I llringj in your big pumpkins iitd corn and have j j your fast luurs trained so that visitors may see what can be done in the till 1111 111011111 The funernUof Mr4 lHlbrt Hrewer j I her Ilittlei t baby HIIIII iinfant of MrI and Mrst Lummi Iie will bo preached at tthe old Baptist church on StillwaterI on August S by llro Caudill aunt Craw ford The foofv rtlihg will be held on the same dayI Wolfo county had tire applicants lot state certfient Miss1 Lula Kasli John I ClI11IlIll1 which institutionI I I they were nilI students iI Me1 rlJcl Allen of Sharpsbnrg I IJ ivce Allen of Milletsburgi and J II j Itlnkc of Nichols county lire recupcr Mtii In ths neighborhood and partnkingi of i lfo 111 bhIii waters of riwango trit1gs The P 15 Gravely Tobacc Manufac tories lit Danville Va are the Lgt and only pure Tobaccos sold and chewers will get their moneys worth For mle by 11 F Pieratt Co md W T Gas key Chew Kate Gravely Tobacco the only 1 IUPK Tobacco sold I fl2VflI1WttLMpranrtta ywta ttaJa7atTutaa nanW hWWTW flfl llLJ Jt twaztUI1IV aaq 1 2 q f4 PI11E1J1 iI TJj Hr r 11 Jib cir THE ORIGINATORS OP LOW t PRICES 1 xa TiilZJtf Jii i UNi Y i fB 4I 8 6 tJ Wo invite the attention of the public to our 4 I I I 3ig thelelflhflOM U you tj i MONEYPiI Icrchnll 5 j I 1titsej which we will sell as low ns anyman Bs flllD DRUG DEPARTMENT oinplete and prices unequalled in East Si UUn 1ciittcky and wo invite thopatronncc j3 of all doctors and tho people generally STABLEgagO to slopwith us Parties conveyed to any point in Kastern Kentucky js Also Agents for Torrent Campton and Hazel Creen Telephone Co placeP1 IIo J3 C 5SNcI ThankingI all our customers for their liberal patronage we remain I N Respectfully w Irh NIQJCELL ftaXouuuu jf F VIBKAW fe CO IIriiHazel Green Academy To psi rents who have children to editJ catt within a radius of Ifive miles of 1 Ha1 Green academy IzdLet mo vail your attention to sonic worth v of ymtr consideration IDo you wantI to give your boys and girlsi a uood education Then enrollI them fin our school at till beginning of the ses sion September 1 IIt willI I be to your advantage and theirs to keep them here for eight r ten months in tIll year Their progni will lit ni ri in ire sati factory than if theyiuutuill in two sohonN wilhin that tiim Thev mny easily ouno from home to school every clay1on have horses and mules they can rule nnd you cnn rent stable room roifonably You win probably pay their tuition t produce from your farms I w10I1I I 1 1 glad to fio any parents who wouldI i 1t to timke such nil wiiinuement fur tin uetiuss llt inning utt the Iirt ivyI of Sop tember We CHII UC gnen and iliiiic I fruitsI jHitaloe corn lilly out molasses chickens eggs lung and beeves on tadii linn or board Should ofJthese and want to educate your chidron I in this way let me know Very respect fully WM III Conn Principal I IHazel Green tlulyJll l 1SH7 I P1lII54sU hiit July 7 18li IDiau Eitrron 1 thought I would write for the first time I can not ex press my feelings when I s1uitif ihcii people of IHazel Green but we have learned tint to go by our f lings hilt tho i sighti of the dollar I make 1 121 per day and1 then cant hardly Ilivei III j I have two lots and house of ft rooms thit cost tkO situ paid for The white pro pie ask me how IIsave money Iloniiod i tho secret in Wolfe county We mourn oil1 for two years for the jeoplo thero hit have outlived it Kentucky I s Mie lean I lest place wo know of We hlo1i chlU dunl the baby being namedllor iIrt Hilda Day It makes me hippy to read Tinn HIKAII I close in hope of s h my old home agrfin Yours trulyI 1lcuo 51Icln = j FOR SALE I Xi nehcn ID Shares Torrent and Hael Green Telephone Stock IlcfcrcncCH Henry Franklin Iirratt Cliristouhcr Columlni Jlnnkn J Hnck Hollon Solomon SoiilfliiT y Combf vlio are a majority ol the Directors anil itt a position to cxphiin to any ono windingi I to buy how w6ll the company i lI1lNIIIIJ id 1 T II- crxLso Ir DAY ra ii 1 Practicalt Pai1e- rs r tIIAZEI UllKKK KY 1 L Hirdweai Flalsb a Specialty I Mull Orders receive proiujit attention LAi IeTho Best and Caeapost Schdal in Eastern Kentucky A1 JEilUil JUJiIMt PREPARATORYINoxi Session Begs V1effesffa1J am iI 1891 Pull Courses Sustained in Every Department c1Collogiato Preparatory Normal Business and Bible Thorough Work is Required in r11 Studios Pursued The Expenses are as Low as Possible MiHiril IIIltlllllIINIIIIIIIi ItIHIItSJ blIuIITtrl nittti It 0- 0f lot Torni of Tivonty Wtul Flit r tnU p suit1usntluirl I iiituriiiiition n rltn to WM H CORD Principal HAZEL CREEN KY 4W+ tteIorTit b EIGHTH ANNUALI KXIIIHITIOX OK HAZEL GREEN FAIR DRIVING PARK AASSOCIATIONUll September 7th 8th 9th and 10th 1897 11800 Spot Caslk i ei6ihotts A Fair Distinctively for 1897 Every Fealuro ot Former Years tNti4x MANY NCW SIGHTS AND SCENES u YOUR 4 PROSPERITY ADVANCED MY AlTKNDIXO DISTINCTIVELY AGRICULTURAL Its every usuilnuulotsul fvuttru + wil lo the ot vMtom to the Fair j DAY N L lo for IUt nml other l I Wrltf fo jrlvlntr ne IOHOIIII nil over the United will bo iuailcl KKEK and Third nUll C of codec tioni mnde nnd returns cunranteed I SI DAILY BALLOON ASCENSION THE DISPLAY OF LIVE STOCKI I every SEVERAL RACES EACH DAY UNEXPECTED PLEASURES I iBOUNTIFUL 1 PREMIUMS u tiSUl Eltt tN OF MUSIC trontriliiito pltlIlIlItU a fiitertuliiiiivnt TAYLOR Pros WARE Secy jbDhVnil Sicritury 1rtinlinn lnforiNiitlnnrrr A EDUCATIONJJ Moirmnlio rcrllrBRYANT STBATTOH BUSINESS COLLEGE Louisvilla Ky BOOKKEEPING licnulllnl l tonI tmtlmnnlaU frosts vrniliiatc SHORTHAND iiipylnK jiromliieiit tIlnlllIh TELEGRAPHY College building office Jeflvnon FLOYD BYRD A Cnmpton K- yATTORNEYATLAW jrdtrAbttrncts title unsuited prompt VaTMt ofIRtlCIIIII A HOWARD STAMPER VTTOBNEYATLXW CAMPTON KY Will practice in the courts of Wolfe md tkt ndolulug countJjd All bualHCM e8trinti to ok care will receive prompt atUatlt Et 1 i j Gripejtake to J tins My to operate Iis true of Hoods Tills which arc t respecttI PillstInIHfIts 25c C L Hood 14 Co Unwell Mass Three only rills to take with Hoods Sarsaparllla J wSTATE SIFTINGS i IiF Mumps and measles are both causing much trouble in Lotcbcr county Robert Artls a Mexican veteran died at Indian Fields Clark county last week aged 71 years Since the Inauguration of the coal atrlko Lexington dealers have raised the price three cents a bushel During the recent heat quite a number of HnwcHvillos citizens camped in the court house yard at night Mrs Daisy Kemery secured a 11000 verdict against the L N at Frankfort for tho death of her husband The 500000 in state bonds wore sold to the Louisville Fidelity Trust and Vault company for 537350 While ginseng hunting in Pike county Caleb Johnxon fell over cliff upwards of 70 feet and wan instantly killed Dugan tho murderer of Corley has bccii granted n change of venue to Knox county and is now held at Karbourvillo jailNow wheat has been Felling In Mercer county for 75 cents per bushel and is Bald to be a bettor quality than has been raited for ycara The Kentucky association race track at Lexington was sold commissioners into last week to Charles Green of St Louis for 23335 A foot to make a new county out of pats of Elfl t Carter and Rowan and call it Olive with Olive 11111 as tho county sent Near Bowling Green Ed Cowlcs and Ills sweetheart Miss Nellie Liuher sui cided together by drowning in prefer ence to being separated in life Lark Jackson a Carter county moon shiner who walked away from a deputy t United States marsh t while under rIrest was recaptured at Covington The practice of stealing and riding away horses that are left at the hitching places in Owen ton hns become so common that farmers are almost afraid to come to town Raymond OToole junior partner of Pruden OToole the Lexington Garble workers laid a plan to rob Mr Prudcn but was arrested before tho plan was carried out The Argonaut boasts that Lexington in a city of sensation and says What ever happens anywhere else Is sure to happen here all you have to do ia to wait long enough Reports front Pike Knott Harlan andI Perry counties state that a cloudburst and wathout last week extended throughout these counties and did great damage Cern crops are almost ruined In Me teal fo county Uncle Ezekiel Creuslmw who Iia now about 85 yours f old and his wife who ia near tho same ale railed a family of 14 children 7 boys and 7 glrlsa1lor whom are uow livingBourbon county fiscal court bas filed a suit to condemn that portion of tho Lex ington and Mayovillo turnpike lying in Bourbon county Col Baldwin the owner of tho pike recently refused an oMar of 15000 for it At a mass meeting called for that pur pose the citizens of Lexington and Fay ette county decided that the burned court hbuso should be replaced by the insurance companies and an order to tkis effect was issued by the fiscal court Th expenditure will be 31000 John Huff sr oqcd 90 and probably tits oldest man In Eastern Kentucky died flt his homo in Leslie county last week He reared a largo family of chil due and at the time of his death had Urfag 78 grandchildren and 142 great fMMdehitdrea and 14 great great grand elithdrott Tie llywr old daughter of James J riIUI i etJftketoKjity twakted to I start n tire with coal oil when the can explodedstatteringtho burning oil over heneldond two brothers aged respective 1ly 9 and C Tho girl died in a few louts and the boys were probably fai tally burned The decomposed body of a female was found in a coffee sack beneath a straw stack near Danville The head had been severed from the body as also the love limbs The body was decomposed beyond i recognition oven to tho point ol- i telling whether tho deceased had been white pr black anJ there was no clothing other than footwear with the remains There is a great complaint from far mere and stock men generally about the flies worrying cattle and stock The flies have been worse during the pastt four weeks than ever known before nndII in a great many instances cattle have been no bothered that they have quitt grazing at all during the day andR8 a consequence are becoming poor andII thinA correspondent of the Danville Ad vocate says Every year I hear of cat erpillars destroying whole orchards and there is nothing to dispose of more easily I bore a hole deep enough to reachI the sap fill it with sulphur and the I plug it up The result is magical The sap takes up the oulphor to every branch and twig and the caterpillar at oncet dies I have ncycr known of a tree in jured by It and I havb pursued the course for years Peter Brush left Bracken county some thirteen years ago for California Hi wife refused to go with him and he left her with two baby girls aged respective ly 3 and 1 years He returned lust week and found his wife had married anothe- man about seven years ago lIe is in good circumstances and made no effort to regain the affections of his wife but will havo the girls who are now 16 and 14 years of age and willing to go with hint to his western home if he has to go to law about it Reasons Why Chamberlains CollcOholera and Dlarrh a Remedy Is the Best L Because it affords almost instant re lief in case of pain iu the stomach colic andcholera morbus 2 Because it In the only remedy that never fails in the most severe cases of dysentery and diarrhavi 3 Because it is the only remedy that will dire chronic diarrlxua 4 Because it is the only remedy that will prevent bilious colic 5 Because it Is the only remedy thatI will cure epidemical dysentery G Because it is the only remedy that can always be depended upon in cases of cholera infantum 7 Bocauso it is tho most prompt and most reliable medicine in use for bowel complaints 8 Because It produces no bad results 9 Because it Is pleasant and safe to take 10 Because it has saved the lives of more people than any other medicine in tho world The 25 and 50c sizes for sale by J T Dry Hazel GrcenIFalling Oil The school census for the state of Kentucky has been completed and Super- Intendent Davidson gave out tho result today aa follows Children In country districts 582087 Children In Loulsrllle 82014 Children in other cities 65631 Total No children of school age 730782 Last year the total number was 736 105 The falling ellis attributed to the fact that in former years some of the larger cities sent in padded census re turns Last summer one of our grandchil dren was sick with a severe bowel troub le says Mrs E G Gregory of Freder iokatown Mo Our doctors remedies had failed then we led Chamberlains Colic Cholera and tJinrrluua Remedy which gpve Tory speedy relief Fo silo by J T Hay The secret service has given notice o the discovery of a new counterfeit ten dollar silver certificate It ia of the series of 1891 check letter D with tl small carmine seal tho portrait of Hen Bricks and tho names of Messrs Till man and Morgan as rcgiatcr and treasurer re spectively The counterfeit is describe- asnpparently woodcut production very poorly executed the seal being light pink instead of carmine tho numbering irregular and tho printing and engraving b HYouwill net find another medicine equal t Chamberlains Colic Cholera and Diar rhoea Remedy for bowel complaints It IB pleasant sate and reliable For solo blJ Thit e MOW TO FIND OUT Fill a bottle or commbn glass with urine and lot it stand twentyfour hours a sed Iment or settling indicates a diseased condition of the kidneys When urine stains linen it is positive evidence of kidney trouble Too frequent desire to urinate or pain in the bhck is also con vincing proof that the kidneys and blad rder are out of order DOfThere is comfort in knowledge so often expressed that Dr Kilmers Swamp Root the great kidney remedy fulfills every wish in relieving pain in the back kidneys liver bladder nnd every part of the urinary passages It corrects inabil ity to hold urine nnd scalding pain in passing it or bad effects following use ef liquor wine or beer and overcomes that unpleasant necessity of being compelled to get up many times during the sight to urinate The mild and the extraordi nary effect of Swamp Root is soon real ized It stands the highest for its won derful cures of the most distressing cases If you need n medicine you should have the best Sold by druggists price fifty cents and one dollar For a sample hot tic and pamphlet both sent free by mail llrattnnand send your full postoffico address to Dr KilnlcrC Co Uinghnmpton N Y 1The proprietors of this paper guarantee the genuineness of this otter Kentucky Fair Dates Lancaster July 16Two days Versailles July 20Four days dnysIDanville August 3Four days Lebanon August 10Three dasILawrcnceburg August 17Four days daysrBhclby villo August 24Four dasIShepherdsvillc August 24Four days Madisonville August 25Four days ttardstown August 81Five days Rarbourville September IThreo days Puducah September iFour days Horse Cave September iFour dnysJJ Howling Green September 8Four daysEminence September SFour days Winchester September l8Three days HAZEL GREEN September 7 Four dayseGlasgow September Four days I Morgantld October bFive days rut Mall Service Many complaints are made about the mull facilities in the mountain districts of Eastern Kentucky but here is one that beats all records Seven years ago last March F J Biker of Princeton Ky registered a letter to a party at Ezel Ky Lust week he received the registry receipt the party just receiving the letter The question now is where has this letter been during nil these long years ColIINlith Woodcock of Danville Ky who traveled in the mountains 32 years for a Cincinnati house saYiIliThe I Democrats have A cinch on Kentucky this year and will carry the state by from 20000 to 30000 I find hundreds of Republicans in the mountain districts where I travel who have come over for free silver A special premium of a years subscrip tion to the great and only trucDemocratic daily published in Kentucky the Louis ville Dispatch Is offered at the fair Further particulars later M 1 bungstlungsareSPINRTA1tHoNHV wonderfule tnfrthatIwouldPitaTaailoxxy healthd t Ky DR BEL- LSPINETAR HONEY coughsoma whooping cough and croup sa4uggwsbyB I at1i G TRAINING AND FEED STABLE have and onhandcoming hero from a distance who may desire horses pastured for a few days or weeks can have the best pasture at reasonable rates LI 1 ESIfi LEtla have supply hacks for hire to drummers in charge of careful drivers for they can by the day for length of time Persons intending to visit Swango Spring at plensrtinI OF w M440 ooP ltJy t CALL AT THE HERALD OFFICE TRADERS DEPOSIT BANK- MT STERLING KY 0 CAPITAL 200000 SURPLUS 30000 o J M BIGSTAFF President KIRK PATRICK Vice THOMSON Cashier 0We respectfully solicit the business of mer chants farmers traders and business men- genvrnflp throughout olUtern Kentucky A general bmklng business done Give us n chance send you a bank book pay your checks and loan you money when in need THOMPSON Cashscr Woostere e e Bank WINCHESTER KY N H SPOON President- R HUNTER Cashier Paid up Capital 20000000 Surplus 6000000 This Bank solicits the accounts of mer chants farmers traders and business men generally throughout Eastern Kentucky and offers customers every facility and the most liberal terns within the limits of legitimate banking octlSly NEW MILLINERY MRS S B KASH Fashionable Milliner IfcSufS NOW IN HAZEL GREEN with a lull line of the latest and newest styles of Millinery the lowest prices and asks the la dies to await her coming making their spring purchases NEWEST STYLES LOWEST PRICES T COLVIN- eW WITH TRIMBLE BROTHERS WnOIoSaIO Gr008rS MT STERLING KY WJ SEITZ WITH W KERR A CO IOBBKR8 IX Hardware Agricultural Im mints- IRONTON O AGENTS HUSTLER Brlghtet published and forngts best paper canvassers and mail order people Up date monthly 25c a year Ads 20c a line SPECIAL OFFKU During tho next CO days will give you paper one year and a 4 line two tines for SOo cash Or 100 nice envelopes neatly printed sent prepaid and paper one year for 50c cash Noteheads same Cheapest and best printing Address AUK TS HU8T1KB 38 Main St Murray Ky FIFTY DOLLARS WEEKIEasily made Agents wanted in every lo I entity for Hon W J Bryans great anti only book The First Battle The best seller ever produced Agents arc taking as many as 200 orders per week Beware of fraudu lent imitations Send for outfit and begin work at once W II CoXKKY COMPANY Publishers 341 Dearborn street Chicago t ARE YOU THINKING of buying A farm in tho Bluegrass TilE WIXCIIKSTKU DKMOCRAT with Its largo circulation will help you to get the best bargain a small advertisement Try Published twice a week at 159 year BIK1IN S DONOVAN 1roprlctorn Mnchuster Key fRlIl1 UERJLLD IS THE BEST ADVERTISING JJEDIUM IN EASTERN KY Also for the convenience and theDaya firstclass Livery Stable whore I will keep Buggies Saddle Horses and Hacks for hire at all times Persons wishing a vehiclo to meet them at Torrent eau telephone mo and have any desired vehicle or saddle horse pronmtly I will nlsu a full of which contract any will bo met either FOIt ALL KINDS l r t i+ Ji M4+ g l Q L President W W to W W D its Goods at before M If to 20000 ad A through it per Lexington and Eastern Railway TIme Table In Effect May 16 1897 WEST BOUND No6STATIOXSexDullyLexington 9 50 JimApmlinchesterpiaFairliea putIudiaunmStantonpmClayj nmFilsonumDundeeuitNatamTorrentsinIleattyveantTllreeFksC amAtholamJacksonEAST BOUND tfSTATIONSexDuilyI ex Lexington 2 30 pm 7 45 am 5 40 am amWinchesterFairlie 3 24 pm 8 52 nm 7 45 nm Indian Flds 3 10 pm 9 08 am 8 36 am Clay City 3 6S pm 9 27 am t 10 am ie Stanton 4 08 pm 9 SO am 11 20 am Filson 4 21 pm 9 49 am 11 51 am pmNatpatTorrentpalBeattyvepunThreeFkspussAtholputJacksonNoi 1 and 2 arrive and depart from C dO Union depot at Lexington All freight trains arrive and depart from Netherland- J R HAltUGcnl Manager CHAS SCOTT Gen Pass A- gentgIPANSSacked Without QUa o FIVE CENTS RslwuTabnleeuprepzMfrom ically pat up for the punx M of meeting tho unlnrial modern demand for a low price I bedItmeI I withoutamouthfulofwterThey i Indue sleep prolong llfo An Invaluable wide IMrt prim slosh No matter what tho Bitt r one ROOd One gives relief a i followedavecent ofdalesupydrs eptuc br torward a 4 lit cS lwUlObCAllluupplhenretufltltfttJJ tIddhrl I ttonnriioeenuotufafiIsebatodoseen carIIC- JAltolll CI1OIUt torttsix CMh with the Utq avert aro and tntaM or exprtM charge at the bncrt cost WILLIS 8 WHEELER HAZEL GREEN KY Blacksmiths and WagonmakersrHaving shop known as the Frank Tyler shop and purchased a new and complete line of black smlthinc and wagon snaking tools and materials are prepared to do all kinds of work in our line and nt the most reasonable rates Give us n call and n trial Respectfully W J WALLIS G W WHEELER YOUR FORTUNE strenutbKeepthotandeaeCUNIIIANK troubllCURFII1CATAIUUIappears hrlta use Ynndrtlliin liar Kerer sadAatlimix hrXlCY OXXY CVHIISTAVH DJatrrrttuuas JI1161rrdSEE M Ds Physician and Surgeon HAZEL GREEN KY Jj Surgery and obstetrics aspeclaltj t