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Digital page images are linked to the text file. fJ liOn tuteesEatabltahodMarch tlAZEL G 1 BENIiEi M 4 14 tile 7 4 4 1885 Math Famous In tho Story of Jonathan and YIie Continent uby Max ORII JI 1 1 L COOPER Owner and Editor ff DaokI 1100 A YEAR Always In Avan 4snna J THIRTEENTH YEAR HAZEL GREEN WOLFE r thuNUUIlER20 l t lr b rn I- rsee Li CORRESPONDENCE roesianestnlO WOLFE COUNTY t orShocky Sugar Loaf also wellCrops nro looking efu l into Dullness energies nre on foot thorTholaboring men are waiting turn logj mro 1 job Ella tihocky hue been sawing a nice jjetof lumber James Shocky made n flying trip toI Jack on tho other dny ICE 1 Building tram roads anil splash dams 1 1ife the principal business of lire day s storyP Alex Shocky and wife are visiting 11Jtfdendsand relatives in this part of tho 1 1Country It Old man Prosperity baa failed to visit n hex ronr people under tho McKinley admin titrationf 1 Tbomiui Taulbeo had tho misfortuneI Jlna iffIfjOttlllg his IInklo dllllocatcd Ian t JIn f 11111 jrThnndny pmt j jv The public school at this place inn an ilia rEnrollment of 60 and everything ii- uanoring iaI 1 along nicely 11111 E f Vote the Democratic ticket in Novenanm 1 nm Q IVI are the words that proceed out of I thnniAnt jjF Diedon Wednesday of last week zion Robbins at sin Mono on lied river n abovo Leo City Wo sympathize with u the bereaved family and relatives ny j Wo nro sorry to say that there are InDIUi Lilahis part of tho country Wo are afraid 111111l jtbfy will live and dlo and hover know 0111 11m j J ai what Is going on in tills hurry worldI 1 of- b I silt ours Wo beg them to nuunijiiuu andI I weeknn1 j likenpInn red to tho Irishmans pup it was n RepubI 11111 Inn arena before it got its eyes open and a ion Democrat afterwards They did not bare their eyes open in November 1890 I ttberefsro they were Republicans but 1 qhey will have em open in November 1 1897 and vote tho Democratic ticket whenIleutheniff marked treatment of politeness andI courtesy was tho towering figure tho- rrf World over The poets snug to laic hon- ori tho historians paid him tribute andI Rations howedln i i crei1 t forgiving God August 9 PLUCKY BILL Leo Oily Lilacs Hiram Roso hail a sunstroke a few IIdays noeorero sectionYCdneeday quitetickMSB Loula Taulbee of Daysboro was lilting in town Thursday Marvin Carrollhant this writing Dr linker townLereralpast f Quito a crowd from this plnco wont tot I trial at Daysboro Thursday 1 Monroo visitingTfriends hero this week I James McCuo representing the Power grocery company was in town Thursday AUaL P ofrubsseveral dasy last week O quitoLickII- Mr i days Is able to ho outagain Robert J McLin watt in town severalwys the past week t canractsW F drummer1IJ frlJd Wells Is d putting np a flno grist i law mill Which Will soon be In rum wordorJa hIs little son Stovie and 3t a6n Ftxt lnwSaturday expectingMrphotographer to locate here temporarily Uncle Joe Nlckcll and wife of Grassy wore visiting relatives and friends in town from Saturday until Monday Charlie Byrdand wife who have been visiting his wifes father on Kentucky river for several days returned homo on Thursday enterprisingCarmer young cattle which ho will dispose of In September A letter from Samuel TnuUico who recently left hero with his family for Kills county Texas states that they ar rived safely and wore well nod satisfied- A B Moore sold his property at thus place to Clay Roso and bought n house nail lot in Frenchburg Ho anticipates moving there as soon as ho can dispose of his crop Zion Robbins after nn illness of n tow months died of pulmonary consumption on Wednesday and was buried Thurs day evening He leaves n wife and soy sisal children who have the sympathy of nil who know them If you do not believe that our little city is the center of n religious excite mllnyIministers havo been with us recently Thero may have been others but I now call to mind Revs Wilson Denton Lin don Long Lacy Stamper Stacy Nick oil Davis Taulbee IJaney Phippn Ad ams Wheeler Blankenship and Halooy IIbeg pardon It is to ho hoped tho brethren may dwell together in unity August 9 TUTIIIX Tollvor Topics Aunt Polly Hosu is suffering with a sprained ankle Bud Swango and family wore visiting Jr J Citrons funnily lust week 0 W McNabb mill family visited W P Perkins and family Saturday remain ing over Sunday Many of tho young folks of this and Maytown neighborhood attended the picnic at Bethel Saturday IOllllrlol4 Sweeney wife and daughter Mrs Asa Landrum were visiting Mr and Mrs A B Landrum Tuomlay Prof Frank A Groscclosc of tho business department ef J C I was interviewing our young peoplo n few days since on tho merits of that institution August 10 SllINKU Lane Lilies John W Fletcher is on tho sick list James A Scwcll went to Jackson on business Tuesday Our young friend Taylor Scwcll wants to clerk powerful bad The littlo son of James Spaulding is very bad off with fever Roy IJB Mann tilled his appoint ment at Elkins chapel Sunday Stepping nail his amiable lady visited Wily Hatton awl family Sunday The school that is being taught by Miss Xerilda Scwell is progressing finely Born on tho 6th inst to the wife of- T W Fletcher an S pound girl name Zcrilda I guess Rev Tyra and others preached nt the Spring Branch school house Sunday to a largo gathering Miss erilda Miller informed your scribe the other day that she had canned 32 gallons of blackberries Take her in Doug and get those berries Some of tIle Uoliyitcfl wont to Still water Sunday and got foundered on cako and pie but wo think they will got over it all right August 10 SifAJffliiAf MORGAN COUNTY Maytown Missiles Jordan Wills Is very sick at this writ ing Our flour mill will bo running In about ten days A J W Childcri void part of his farm to Arch Day 1- v 41 1 George Sexton and family were visit ing Sunday In Kzol inks lloslo Sample is visiting her Ills tat Mrs K B May near Maytown Vise Lillian Patrick is visiting her sister Mrs Dr Kushat Salycrsvllle this week Misses Eliza and Lllllo Henry of tolrllill Ida Cutron of 1OD1cro ton wcro visiting in town Sunday Robert Combs and Charley Lyons of Frenchburg have taken a very sudden interest in this part of the moral vino yardThe thermometer ranged among tho nineties most of last weak and our peo plo sought tho Mindd nut littlo news gatheredA Dye has bought another farm of George McCormick That Is three farms mid two houses null lots Albort owns nil in sight of town Please say to Supple Tack this is n common country of ours nail common people road TIIK IIiitAU and it would bo best to got off his porch from among tho stars and stay close to terra firma until after the election Wo are nil for the nominee Rev II 11 Mills nnd his good wife of Frenchburg visited our town Saturday mill Sunday for their last thou during this conference year llro Mills preach ed us three good sermons Ho huts been faithful in tho discharge of his duties and leaves tho class at Maytown in a greatly Improvedcondition Judge Kinncr of Catlettsburg and Judgo Amos Davis of West Liberty were in town last week guests of W P Sample Judgo Kinnern reelection will bo one sided in this country Our pco ple nay a hotter team could not bo found in thus judicial district than lICInnor and Redwino Wo see where they are right and rise to second tho motion August 10 WINOMWH West Liberty Whisperings Mr Priclmrd of Carter county is visI iting his sister Mrs B F Klam- Finloy Figg who was lately appointed United States commissioner will locate at this place T A Kastridge tho photographer Is doing a good business and sending out good work Ho will remain hero until after tho institute Well did you heir of our now paper which will staft at West Liberty 1 Dem ocratic in politics and fullfledged IIi to 1 S S Cassity editor Tho election which was lend hero Sat urday to determine who should ho post muster at Wesl Liberty resulted in n majority for Mrs Nickel She will get tho appointment Undo J S Adams preached nt Pan thers branch yesterday j W B Lykins at tho Wells school house God bless the gospel nail keep it sounding until all tho nations of the earth shall hear nnd bo savedMr of Lexington is hero taking bonds and fixing tho distillers up to make tho damnable stud which destroys soul rand body nnd yet some of our can didates are in favor of repealing tho 10 gallon law and favor opt saloons in our town and county Such men ought to bo voted out of existence live us good sober men to fill our offices run whisky out of tho country fluid thou wo will havo good prosperous times and a roll gious people August 9 16To1 Jambs Jangles Dr Curtis Oovedon is sick with fever Droves of cattle and sheep passed hero today on route to Mt Sterling The school at the Uurphy school hUfO Is progressing finolv with a good attend once Little flyer Elnm took sick Monday with cholera infantum and nt this writ ing Is no better J M Oldfiold passed through Tho Jambs n few days ago introducing some fine bibles a thing much needed Ohio Murphy son of Susan Murphy was grinding apples yesterday caught his finger in the mill and bad it crushed so badly that amputation was necessary 0 iI IA difficulty occurred last Saturday night at Caskcy school house between some boys but fortunately It was far enough away net to disturb the services II F Oldfield is down with fever at tho homo of his father J A Oldfield life wife nUll tho family of her father Logan urlhnro thought to bo on the mend Win II Dullusk and H D Adams havo been conducting a series of meet- Ings as Cnskoy school house this week theyIwilt continue over Sunday Died at tho residence of his mother Benjamin Ferguson son of John Fergu two lieu unit been sick since stet Christt mar Ho was in school in Hazel Green where ho took sick and had been confined to his bed ever Mnco A very serious accident occurred yes terday Klbcrt Mooro was hauling to bacco near tho houso when three of his children came to meet him Ho askad for their little sister and on searching for her found her in tho well drowned The famous Denton who line boon raising HO much nand nt Leo City and SilentI passed through The Jambs on Tuesday en route to Kzol where ho will stir up more trouble It is woll for noun who are out to pruacli tho word of Ood to preach it If raising disturbance and putting whole neighborhoods variance Is union wo would thank HOIIIO ono to define division for us August 11 Intro Consolation Chat The tresses woro in this neighborhood ncirly nil of last week novo Barney Bliuikcnship went back to his work til Salt Lick last Saturday Mrs Isaac Klkins filth three children paused through lucre en route to her sis ters Mrs Win Puck Morton and llonnio Cecil and others attended too Baptist footwashing nt Stillwntur lust Sunday Messrs Grnvos Inns Collins of Swango Springs woro in this neighborhood last week taking in tho picturesque scenery of our loycly little glen School is progressing nicely fil en rolling out M On liiNt Friday eveningi wo hrd a grand spoiling battle in which all present took much interest and noted n marked Improvement since last year Wo are very sorry to chronicle tho dente of Little Kelly Pack who has been sick for none timo Ho was quietly buoied lust Saturday Wo extend our heartfelt sympathy to tho bereaved par ents snit family Littlo Kelley linn now loft tin And Ills inltiK are comml ami ntlll 1hnughtin god that lion bereft UN We can ever any Tin Ills will August 10 NVM Another Correspondent Tho people of this neighborhood arc making preparations for the fair Mrs Laura Klkins of Lano is visiting friends anti relatives in this vicinity Elders Adams mid DoBusk bold n meeting at tho Caskey schwa louse this week The young folks meet at Ed CcclPu Sunday evening and had some very nice singingOur standing candidate Jo Lewis has bolted tho convention and nays ho dont caro about marrying nohow Misses Lilllo Evans and Minnie Wai Taco of your town zero visiting in this neighborhood a tow days ngo A wedding to report noon Mart to of fering 10 reward for the mistake ho made Sunday by not going in tho direc lion of Gilmoro creek John Cecil contemplates leaving Mon day for Tajtowoll county Virginia where ho willspend A month with friends and relativesAugust 10 Tar DIIAKK tae Lie Watermelons are getting rlpo Applo paringIs the occupation of tho gentler sex Dr B F Nickell of Caney attended ehitschhere Suaday v 1 Frank frees Wilson of Leo City cam down Sunday to assist In the meetlif J Undo Wiley Wilson and wife visHecT Boono Oldfiold And family a few days last week f H Mrs R M Jones and Mrs EmMa t Wilson went to Hazel preen shopping lait Satuiday Too Frank Govcdon mad wife of Qrafl sy creek attended church lucre Sunday anti took dinner with G 0 ByrdyS U Wilson pasted through hero last f week on tho hunt of Oy Cockrdl who escaped from guard nt Squire ScbastlanI court Rev Too Long of Jefferson vi lie was in this section n few days last week preaching anti visiting relatives and friends Tout Nlckcll paused through hero Sun day evening on route for your town where bo is engaged in blacksmlthing with Roso fi Davis Edgar Jones and Buford Nickel re turned Tuesday from Balycrnvillo and other ports in Mngoflin county where they have been visiting relatives hndj friends for n few dnysIhoy report an enjoyable time Your scribe hind tho opportunity of hearing Praf Denton preach nt Salow Saturday Sunday mill Monday Ho U lidentified with Tho Church of God at this place mill whatever also may bo wild of him ho is a shrewd man and wolf versed in the blblo August 10 MOUNTAIN Uov- MAQOFFIN COUNTY t Cyrus Chips Dolnycil In tho mall Stacking outs is tho order now Judge Coopers wife Is yet on tho sick list Sam Collins Is building a now ntoro houso says thu old ore in too small Bottom corn Iis considerably damaged by wet weather but hill corn is looking fine Sol Irene his mysteriously disappeared from home Ills parents would bo glad to hear of him D Mr Cooper is building n new dwell buildingdlloburn Tho oil stream at J P Conloys U still flowing He bus heat oflored 1000 for n half interest Ho sells ell nt C cents a quart Tho cattle trade in good hero Jesto Borders gave n young cow nut his stcorn for n four yenr old mare rand mule colt time other tiny J S Adams is going to canvass sovora of tho mountain counties for the Hazel Greta academy next week Ho is n One young man and n good teacher Ono Week Later Drying apples is all the go Fruitycrop good Hay harvest nbout over The yield Is much larger than last year Judge Coopers wife is not expected to live long She is thought to have con sumption Everybody has gono to the Democratic convention at Salyorsvillo today ex copt your scribe and rows Iis scarce I The oil excitement Iis yet high Men coming from Ohio Pennsylvania and other parts offering to lease land or buy but no trado JIM boon made AS yet Hogs and geese nil green with oil J II Coopor our school teacher left hero between two days last week and said be was going to Texas His would bo wife Carrie Pickle loft fer Lewis county Kentucky A tow days age dtp Stanleys wife says tho name tie editor chose for liar boy sounds so much like Caps choice that she didnt believe she would have the Bryan to It but was willing to have McKinley Af ytlr scribo Is not a very strong Republic and a good friend of Cap I tblik firswill ajrreand call U Mack August 7 OLD Tnr- t B GhtMbwIalRft Oell i OMr awl Diat rhcu Remedy always affrU itatMpt ireslief NrlelslnJ5y- f 0 t JlJ r it I j1 I J THE HERAHK lfIIoD COOPER Etitr r r 4 HAZEL GREEN KY i THURSDAY August 12 180- 7ANNOUNCEMEN1S For State Senator Jr 1Vo nru authorized to announce A n i rr 1tOHERTdotONIsvcolintyusacandbialtor j 1 litrlct abject to the action of the Demo c ratlc party For Magistrate We ore nnlhnrlzcd to announce W II I ULANKBN8HIP a candidate for MHR p rte in tho First Magisterial District sub U Jeet only to too voice of the people at the I elecllnu1897IFor Surveyor of Morgan County 7 We are nnthorlzvil to 111111011 lie JAMES 8 1IALSEY nt n cntullilnfe for County Snr veyor of Morgan county subject to the tie idea of the voters at the November 1897 election r DEMOCRATIC TICKET For Clerk of Court of Appeals SAM J HHACKELFOUD of Dnvicvi For Circuit Judge 1 n II mmWIS of Jlrealhftt- l 0 For CoininninvcallliM Attorney A K lYnn qf Wolfe r For Itepniiontnllve A H IIKHATT of Morgan For County Judge aTCKNTKH J AttorneyJI For Circuit Clerk JJ V VAXSAXT For County Clerk SILAS Tirrr For Sheritl- ll AT COM 113 For Jailer I W COM US For As osor 0 W SAUEH- Kor County 8u eriiiUiiidwnt of Helioolv 911 TAUIIIKE i For Coroner J F SAMPLE I SurveyorIFirst MnuNtorlnl DNtrlnt 1t01CuusuibleSYIVl x AN Second MitKUtorliil District Justice of the PuneuI1 It LEiC- onstabluJ II DUAKK i Third Mnglxtiuhil DUIrict Juitlco of tho IoiiceIllESS HOUOX Countable W HOSE r rho Democrats of Wolfo county lire hereby called to meet at their rcsucctivo voting precincts on Saturday tho Kb day of September 18J 7 at I oclock p in to select delegates to attend tho county convention at Campion on Mon day September 6 to send delegates to tho convention ot Hazel Green Ky one Monday September Ifl 1SD7 tto nomi unto n candidate for senator in thljj the Ullh senatorial district Each precinct oeryIiOvote for each fraction vote over 25 inch trcllsthinforth this fact be signed by tho chair man and secretary of tho county convert tion which will be carried up to tho ircncrnl convention at hazel Green on Precinct 18 meetings will bo called b the claimant of tho respective precinct committees and iin his abncnco by some ono authorized by him and In ClIO no goodnemocrltE T KABH Chm Wolfo Co Dem Com I TUB Nicholasvillo Democrat Is now owned by Louis Timelier ho having pur chased tho interest of T F Pitcher The Republicans of tho 21st judicial district composed of tho counties of Bath Montgomery Rowan and Menetce nominated Judgo GudgUof Owings ville for circuit judgo And Cal A T Wood of Mt Sterling for common ATCulths attorney TUB Wlachestor Democrat has been eslarged to A ninecolumn semiweekly 0 The proprietors Meesre Uielm tc Dono van found it necewary to make this lame to mwt Ike demands of their ad t rtWariit1IONIt and give the aewa of r aINi ttlttf al THE primafwlnjstcr of Spainaetl Tanovas del Castillo was assaiaiuated at SAnta Agucda a watering place by an Italian anarchist What effect this will have on tho Cuban question cannot be conjectured as yet thought it is to bo hoped that the Cubans may soon gain their independence ELBKWIIKRE will bo seen the nnnnunce ment of Elder A D Roberts of Owuley county who aspires to tho nomination for state senator In tins district anti on tho Democratic ticket The late arrival of this announcement compel tin to cur tail our present ronarkr but we will have moro to nay next week A former student of II G A who in now teaching school at Xenn Powell county writing to TIM MHUAID him the following to say about one of our best citizens who is laboring for the cause of Christ Klder J T Pieratt of Hael Green began a protracted meeting at this plnco August H and will continue several days He has been tho menus of adding 17 souls to the Kingdom of Christ here on earth already and the prospects ore promising that n great many more will come in Greet crowds flock from far and wide to hoar him preach and it is wonderful what a great work ho has done for the church at this place Some of too Haptistst call him Tnl inane Bro Pitratt says that Talmage may bent him preaching just n little bit but ho cant baptize more people than he can Almost daily letters of inquiry in re gard to tho Iliirel Green fair which come ofTFeptember 7 fl 9 art 10 have been pouring in and Secretary Wnro has been kept busy answering them The fair promises well to surpass all others notwithstanding a few disgruntled out eiders The attention of our renders iis directed to tho advertisement commissioners sale of the estate of the late K McGuire and all persons desirous of buying the best farm in Wolfo county will do well to noto too day and dateSaturday Aug tint tilI 1817 Tortile six twelve and eighteen months Tho doily balloon asconsions at the fair sire a sure go nnd will attract many people to too grounds who might not otherwise come Secretary Ware informs IIH that ho has closed a contract with a that claws balloonist who will be hero on tho evening of September H Word reached here that in a difficulty at Jackson Ins t Friday between John Frazier and If IP Ian Drown tho litter wax hliot in the forehead with a Ucnbi her pistol and instantly killed Some people in this community have given it out that there will not be a fair but reference to tho lust pogo of our m per is convincing proof to tho contrary It Iill always gratifying to receive testi monials for Chamberlains Colic Cholera and DiarrluM Remedy and when tho cndorrtomont is from n phymclon it it es pecially aim There iIIIn moro satisfac tory or elfictlvo remedy thou Chamber Iains Colic Cholera and Dlnrrluva HmcclwrhcK Dr R K Hoby phy sleian and pharmacist of Olney IIIj and as ho has used the Remedy in his own fancily mid sold it in his drug store for six years ho should certainly know For silo by 1 T Day As To Judge Rod wino In Judge Redwinp tho people of tho Twentythird judicial district have found all tho elements which combine in the makeup of an acceptable official and this fact was loudly proclaimed when his party in its primary endorsed him for re election by a majority of 1400 votes which was a larger majority than any circuit judge ever received in a primary in this district Let us briefly tuimmar Ire upon lila administration and examine his record as circuit judge so that tho foundation constituting his acceptability thinydelnecltIn tho first place during his term ofof neo there has been and is now less crime in thoTwcntvthird judicial district than during any former period anti time rec orbs of the courts furnish aluindnnt at testation of this claim and wo defy any one to deny it This is duo in a largo measure to his vigorous and strong appeals on tho bench to public sentiment enforcementcooperation to tho courts In the admin istration of justice Under Ills powerful appeals public sentiment was aroused it readily nfcsorlwd tho moral sway oxerted in behalf of thin supremacy of the law and caught the hand outstretched to ole vate Uf common conception of low and to establish that profound reverence for it which society sternly and ri idly do rounds it Is entitled to because it is tho temple of society of tho building of BO cioty and what society ordains must prevail His charges to tho juries in criminal proceeding have always been replete with the prime necessity of tho enforcement of law and If convictions were not had where convictions wore no cry ton fault could not bo laid at his dar Briefly this outlines Judge Red 1 EtcJ Ej II Of fflt 41 4141 lIt Aral I i rllltII 111withus anti there nothing to bo dono but the plucking for wo offer bargains H moro JI1 II a than the ftnestcliorries you ever saw We have to off r two bites at these cherries as one lure tt boughtfurI C Ii U j I + =The First Bite i I in 200 mens fine allwool suits in Clay Worsteds Cheviots nnd Rannockburns two and three I I1 I11fbutton cutaways in blues and blacks swell tailoring in every garment and lined with stipe A rior farmer satin We hove never old these goods for less than IIJ 15 and S18 and not I iof them cost us less than 112 wholesale but you can pluck one for 919 I Now Pluck onoIi 1 Ii Iii Other jareI j nrP Ito the v t 111tt I r rRI1 II shirt and wear like Iront11nthat Of course you now know what all these good arc without further description but will add i 11day 111 coodII f Mfg J MI Louis I 1 faI Gus Staust1 I I noun 11THEPIONEER CLOTHIERS 1 IIinto U ttrEXINGT SS N JaC9e YsMCsitA- 55 5- 5ingn I U tthasi c7 tI W 04I4I O4I MI h wines position as it relates to tho supre macy of law its enforcement and the diminution of crime No ono can suc cessfollytitnten1 that his whole life as an ollicial has not Iwen soulfully and nncompromisingly directed towards the dutyJudgoJ methods of holding court as compared with those of the courts of other purls of tho state have been time subject of much favorable com meat Expressions of regret havo been heard from those who have witnessed the proceedings in his court that the state courts generally aro not conducted on the same bushmcss like plan that ho per sues In some of our circuit courts by fur too many a lazy lawyer who hits failed to hpreparei his case or ono who has a bad case which ho tines not want to bring to trial can get up with any old Ho on his lips and secure a continuance lie can run oil tho iimportant witnesses mind that insures the continuance desired Witnesses under bond for nppcaranca- may fail to conic at tho timo required and when their bonds have been for feited the forfeiture can bo set asidu with n little smooth talk to tho court mill tho continuance goes Every pre text for delay seems to meet withen coil rtgement ongwiiided speeches about nothing simply to consume time tolerated Judgments mire set nsido on hairsplitting technicalitits and now trials grunted and tho same old routine of continuance goes on thus time bus ness become congested Mid the busincHs of time people whoso linterest demand prompt adiudication greatly flU fllr Slierills and their deputies who fail to use due diligence in the exercises of their duties arc leniently dealt within Judcc Hedwincs courts this H dif ferent From the moment of opening court which is at seven in tho morning when a rush of business demands It until the adjourning hour all is business Attorneys litigants witnesses and court OI1lCIIlIIl are promptly present nnd not a moment + time is lost Lawyers cannot got continuances simply to thwart time suds of justice If witnesses are not present either time officer or witness in held accountable for it Arguments of unnecessary lengthare not tolerated Lawyers cannot quibble with tho court If iinpnrtantpCniirt papers are lost some body is held responsible for it Perfect order prevails in his courts at all times Such methods as these inspire respect for law anti suppress crime nil well as being n vast saving to the states expen soy in holding court which alone I In TudgeneetlnlOno of tho many things which can be said in Judgo Kcdwincs favor is that during his whole term of office ho has never been absent n single tiny from the jspecialjudoproceedingsthinsof the taxpayers He hums always been at his postsick or well rain or shine Iwentythirdjudicialwino bo continued in office A change of officials will bo n serious mistake and we as n public journalist deem it our duty to impress this upon tho minds of I ofIji fled with Judge Hcdwine and wish to rn tain him in office A few ring politi elms and tricksters desiro a change but thcse unscrupulous tricksters who Jiavo none other but personal Interest nt stake must not nod shall not be permitted to endanger tho best interests of the dis ofjudrel ing is known except that ho in Identified with corporations and whose sympathies are with the corporations and not with the people JACKIOQ Hustler I ElleDIR SEc E4z1 i OPHAOTIOALo eat ohEh BLACKSMITHS AND WAGON MAKERS I ne a IIAZEL GREEN ENTGOYiI 1 E MAKE A SPECIALTY OK I1UILDING FARM and ROAD WAGONS Clnci IUKO Call and l I IIUCIIIt Homo People get only Honest Work and be JluIPAjItr I C IN TILE HORSEl SHOEING AND REPAIR DEPARTMENT WEliMnemploy only skilled labor every man being an artist in his specialty your work is respectfully solicited Iwrlkh p Jllfb olb II practical 3 rjig r tert4i 41 Mull Orders receive prompt fP I uttcntlull t se IU tUV 1 I WIRLLIS fJ WjIEEiEH BlaCk hadIWgn ak6rS Having ICIIKCI the shop known ilK the Frank Tyler shop and purchased lie v iinil com Bete line of black limit 11110 and wagon I lrclltrLilIOdnl most reasonable rules Give us a call and u trial Regpectmlly 11 WAIUS iS Av11IIEILi- 1LW T COLVIN AIT- HTRIMBLE BROTHERS wQoaSala GrOG8IS MT STRIDING KY WJ SEITZ WITH W HKERRCOroansns Hardware r Agricultural Im tents IRONTON 0 Jon WATCHES mw c I III7hr- I I I I ofII a I nellfiIIIlnntII as n- tltronl I I IGOODI ONESII i At 350friendBETTER O JESJlICnFF week e at 6 00 ad tic I In nr- dytNI+ utWtRI4 srimeofflllfI Orntstill p fillAndGO TObel nu FRED J HEINTZ 135 K 31mI- nxmxeTOa Kv urll thtfeadl0AStretcher nndTncrernndtfinger your locality and BUlfOrtnncl tl country at once us thetp d etiulil sea is clOse R u IlELVinERE IrlOneworks on n new arc leI draws your welgn J carpet carpet csa ilLcnJj and two thimountmountstretcledgers urgetlitigdoDpartak1 IIhero r stnndiOperator Mem poiuuon Spec al + rice to USIUC p pie express prepaid Good Cafter I Elieuto10 State street Beloit WIs s- Take4 = 4 to 1 m EY to Operate peculiar to Hoods Pills womandye features II1Clcllt Umo rout SI Idsoss J Ui 1 11- i HoodsI WiI Mhlatettnererknowyaun1 1 U I I1 I Q Sorcrghtrrorletor lowell Dias- tI TM only fllH to tko with IIood 8wsalarllW I L A 1 HEKALD IpC reo one III I 11qtSE I IOGALI I f tLACONICS Mlills 1 r- uI I rr rn on Wednesday Augvst 10 to I 1 1the wife of Ellis Jojnron a boy rollII t jHcfnioiHTEikinii of Campion wns I 1111 i caller at Tin HKKALU office on TurK u1d 11 JiidayI J Mrjs Emily Cockrcll left Monday morn 1 IIJ lag for a visitI to relatives and friends nt j Mt Sterling StuArt Hnper mid wife of Brenthilt I 1 IIII r county Rro visiting relatives and friends rr ratlwja8 vicinity countyLt j iI i f i iDgnfterbiiHinpsx = 4rrr W T folvin representing Trimble 4r Bros Mt Sterling wns n guest Ut Mrs t rEllen KllshlI over Sunday = NVL Ware iis on a trip to Mt Sterling C 1 Lexington and other points in the interest k of the hazel Green fairy II D AdaniH leaves tomorrow E R SElder fur Licking Union in Bath county to begin a series of meetings Wilson the painter has been doing sumo pnintinir for John M Murpliy about four milts from town this week I ICRr Mic returned Monday night his trip to the seat shore and other points of interest much pleased with his trip T M Havcnn accompanied by W S Sharp of FIcmingsburg left for May town yesterday where they will spend 21 iiidays 1 B Thompson and little dau h 1urv JJlIrM io of Clay City but formerly of cnine upon InuiuotK Stiiday r TuesdayI 1 tnnrninir Irs Nnniiio Furnholl nee Hord of AGn119 Cincinnati who hay been visiting her weeks1nttoniull I pastt wns theI kieat of 11iss 11 i iy laH Sunday NT WE ffMrs 1atinii Miickey who has been a inltyand rue+ t of Mrs Ellen Kash for several week returned to her home at Mt Ster ling yesterday accoinpaiiid bv Hiss Ella KVh l V MrsI Lydia 1 Stamper of Campton accompanied by her little daughter Hes j sie was in town Tuesday and while here embraced tho opportunity of renew ing her subscription to TUB Hiuui That rasping in tho throat N forerun ncr of lung irritation In such cases Dr Bells Pine Tar Honey gives almost in k slant relief It I is lust becoming famous r us a remedy for all ndlctions of the tfr thrust and lungs J F Wood nnd daughter Huldah who have been visiting relatives and friends on Holly and Frozen tho pact week returned homo Monday much pleased with their trip They also visited the grave of Mrs Wood and placed it tin order The Winchester fair hoe been declared oTas the following item from the Dtm ocrat lhowU A number of papers are still publishing Winchester in their list ringIIf fairs notwithstanding that n denim brOil frequently made tint there with a le no fair held hero this year Oliver Murphy the lli ycar old1801l- ofq Mrs cJnsrn Murphy hind tho misfor tune on Tuesday morning to severely 1 crush the fingers of his right hand wHIe the feeling n cider mill Drs A 0 Nickell Itidtojptd find the young inn t is doing na well us ntcould be expected One by 1110 tho visitors to our town althare leaving for their homes after having ieenjoyed themselves in roaming over tho Mountninn nnd through the glens and er partaking of the lifegiving water which hero abound Capt J A Loudon of Memphis Tcnn returned homo Tuesday after a sojourn of several weeks at Mrs Ellen Knihn I i n u PROCEEDINGS Of InstltiteTheI I CnmpItonI order by County Superintendent A F i i llyrdk I After tho usual opening exercises tho duties of the teachers were explained by the county superintendent when Prof M 0 Marion was introduced as instruc tor of the Institute and Malta James won elected secretary with Ida Rose as assistantThe was called by the secretary the teachers answering to their names by the numbers of their schools Tho afternoon fesofon was called to order at 2 oclock Music by tho choir The first subject Psychology j teach lug value and how shall the teachers study the subject was assigned to E R Bishop It was ably discussed by Ir Profit and G 0 Byrd with a general review by Prof Marion habits and how formed the next subject was discussed by O 1f Stamper who was followed by Prof Marion in nt instructive talk Tuesday mornings exercises were open ed by O C Byrd Music Relation of imagination to character discussed by Prof Marion Opening exercises as a means of discipline anti control by 1 W Taulbce was the next subject He was followed by Mr Barker and MissesI Ida Rose and Malta James Class mAn- u tIIIClIl was discussed by IiC Grahnm Prof Bichop and Mr Taulbee School Rishexpositiouiop Noon recess Singing by the choir and roll call by tho secretary H N Horton G B Stamper and J C Byrd gave their viewsi on the study of arithmetic II E Oncy pave n talk on primary physiology and1 was answered by II 0 juicksall How the child may acquire healthy nerves SstX Ilobbs Prof Marion thought tooI much time was wasted in teaching phy siology Wednesday morning the exercises wore opened with singingi by the choir nrnyer by E E Bishop and roll call Primary Paulgratuuuiarbee II C Quick + nll illustrated tIme necessity and use of capitalization nile1 punctuation Prof Marion suggested1 readthatA C Jones asserted writing charts were useful ArithmeticI method + etc wasI lliihupiissiuittlboth of whom gave short lectures The afternoon w ion began with ling jug by the choir fllowed by roll call S N Ilobbs gave a talk on geography and was followed by Profs Mario and Bishop Iin a brief review G BI t Stamper told how to teach advanced grammar Abridgement by Prof Marion Primary WillisciI I Walters Thursday mnaruul 11guuisic prayer and rollI willI I Physiology and hygiene was thoroughly discussed by Profs Ma hiriouiei views of ventilation 0 B Stamper schoolgnwhite discussingi school discipline Mv tires of punishment was discussed by On Hose and Prof Marion cavo a germ eral review of the subject Noon After music and mullcallI I punishment was again taken up by Prof Bishop Coin so of study was discussed by E E Bishop and Prof Marion advised that wa stick to the text honks Friday morning opened with singing by tho choir prayer by 11V Taulbce punishnientriuidwas again ventilated by Profs Marion anti Bishop and kinds of punishment discussed1 by J C Oiitron L C Graham thenamidtaken up by Prof Marion who in picture teaching and said pronuncia thou should receive much attention es pecially proper accent In tho afternoon the committees on program for teachers associations rcso lutiens etc reported and mutter adopting same tho Institute adjourned The teachers associations will be lucid as follows Stlllwater magisterial district Setrtemlreron i Campion district at Campton third Saturday in October j Hazel Green d is i SaturdayiNovemberRoger Parkins who shot Green I I Butler at Mt Sttrlng last Wr k was hound over in the sum of ViOO Ills J brother ChnrVja was also bound over in i like sum as accessory Butter wag im proving at last accounts rind no see 2ou e results are entertained t liED BLOOD Is thofonn RICH Of good hcttlth That liwhy Hoods Sarsaparilla the One 1Tnio Blood Purifier gives HEALTH u I U J I B 1t pIflATPT- HE a i ORIGINATORS UP LnWJ PRICES Jr flAz3t DEEN XY S CXdepartmenttitOdhlianCQr CLOTHINC FOR LESS MONEYIP llClatIelchnndisct t 4ow nilD RDIIP nCDA DTIICMT is completer and imces unequalled in East atroIiagoaof all doctors and tho people c 3f4 10foranyone 1entnckytm CoAlsoWhen in need of anything in our line dont forget the pltlcert t 44F ca J3 1C rT 5 fr r 4 Thanking all our customers for their liberal patronage we remain Itj Respectfully 1 o IVa xCs xGxC TSTif1CeFlatltttahr 31 3P PXHRAUK1 cfc C0 dkX m E aA Remarkable Curo of Chronic Dlarrhcoa In IIbliU when I served my country as I a private in Company A With PennsylI i b vania Volunteers I contracted chronic diarrhaa It hUH given mo a great deal of trouble ever slues 1 have tried n dozen dilHrtiit medicines rod several prominent doctors without any perma sent relief Not long ngo a friend sent mo u sample bottle of Chamberlains Colic Cholera mud Oiarrluua Itctnedy and utter that I hoiiLht and took a ftO cent bottle anti sow I can soy that I am entirely cured I cannot bo thllllkfllij i j enough to you for this proof and recommend it to all sudcring vets rums If in IiubtI write me Yours gratefully Henry Htciuberger Allen i town Pa Sold by 1I1mty I Blood and Nerves are very closely relied Keep the blood rich pare iiiiil 1 healthyI 1 with HoodH Sarsaparilla mums your will Ihave no ncryottHiicss I I I Hoods Pills arc best ntterdlmicr pills aid digcslion prevent coiistipation tJiPmmPISJf1DS1IllWI Win M4 lirdilihas demonstrated ten thousand limes that It is nhuott infallible fOR WOMANS I PECULIAR I WF KNF n SESJII Irrfpnlnrltlcs It has bcc moo and th dlrlllllemrnbII for tliir iliu of a wonderfully healing Btrciftlicn Inrr nod soothing IlIuuelt o upon thu uioiiHtrual organs It cures whites and falling of thu womb It stops floodluK nuu relieve sup IIprenel and painful menstruation of Life It la the but inedlcluo made It Is beneficial during nrrinxucy and helps to bring children Into homes barren for yearn It Invlfiorutvs stimu ayNd to all aIDlcted vroiuen WilT will Army woman utter another uilnuto with certain roller within roach Winn of Cardul only COlt 1100 per bottle at your drug stow For curies n tain rrqulrtnj iptHal dint ttani adtlrtH virtnj aymptrnua tltt fxidlfi Ailitonry Dtpartmtnt Thf tftatttinouva MiA kin Co Chuttanwya 2HIIIIRev i W SMITH Mr wits used Wine el Csrdul at homo for falling of the womb and It entirely cured liar u 4 n- e Wincnoster Bank WINCHBSTER KY iN H WITHDR8POON President B D HUNTER Cashier Paid up Capital 20000000 Surplus 6000000 This Dank solicits the accounts of mer chants farmers traders and business men generally throughout Eastern Kentucky and offers Its customers every facility amA the most liberal terms withIn the limps of legitimate banking oetl8ly H f+ 1tT- hin Best and Cneapost Sclidal In Eastern Kentucky s1aytik s tbt ja 1 m SJ m thi1 m 1tnrU b iJ b lWYJliJ NORMAL BUSINESS PREPARATORY next Session BOUiQSs VeaQess au Sete 11887itit h Fell Courses Sustained in Every Department Collegiate Preparatory Normal Business and BiblotThorough Work is Required in all Studies Pursued The expenses are as Low as Possible I 0I 00Julllniit unit J I I 8000loriVrni =fur Cutalog anti1 further Inlormatlon write to WM H CORD Principal HAZEL CREEN ICY WW+ y Mr a4 TRAINING AND FEED STABLE onhnnles coming hero from a distanco who may dosiro horses pastured far u four days or weeks clot hnvo tlio roost pasture at reasonable rates IJlL 1R S AI3 A FLOYD BYRD 1 Also for tho cuiivonionco and accommodation of guusts of tho Day lioiiHo I liuvo oponod nearby It fiirilolai8 Livory Stable whoro I will keep Jluggios Saddle Horses and Hacks for hire at all times PursoiiH wishing n vehicle to moot them lit Torrent chin telephone mo have any desired vehicle or saddle horse immu tlv I will also oCearoruldriutfttimoJnrsonseithorRothwellill shipping water for tthong whenever desired J TAYLOR DAY r IA BUSINESS EDUCATION1Is absolutely necessary to time womanwhosetollrBRYANT STRATTON BUSINESS COLLEGE Louisville Ky BOOKKEEPING Vrlto f r benutlliil hook givluir tcstlmoniaU from RmdiiattH rto yl1lTELEGRAPHYS I FOR ALL KINDS OF I 4 ti tt fl4zCALL AT THE HERALD OFFICE I a Compton Ky ATTORNEYATLAW colleodoo111110 oodtfDayMt to 11 and A HOWAnD STAMPER- s AnOILN1yutJY OAMPTON KY Wll practice in the courts oW JJle tlUIw adiobdugcosatleg All beslaeuieskIekal ltd ou care will receive prow fit ftUaU i e j 1 4 f I 4t lrii of U THEL 1 j HAZEL CREEN FAIR T NJ j i- esV r J i DRIVING PARK ASSOCIATION iii- i E Tuesday Wednedayihursday Fri- dayfTEMi111 J DI I 1 0 1 I thll- lJ I SI I fII 1 fl JrJ t1 1I iesytt J bas tr FLORAL HALL EXHIBITS Rent and Neatest rnnde Silk Quilt 3 00 nut and Neatest made Wonted Quilt s 00 Dent and Neatest made Calico Quilt 2 00 Neatest made piece of Patchwork 2 00 Neatest made piece of Tutting 00 Neatest mndo of Crocheting 2 00 Neatest made Pair or Pillow Sham 2 00 Neatest made Bun Bonnet 2 00 Neatest knitted pair of White Yarn Sock 1 00 Neatest knitted pair of Drown Yarn Socks 1 00 Neatest made Hemstitched Handkerchief with embroider t ed initial br girl under 12 years 2 on target and beet Wheat one peck 1 00 Largest and Let White Corn one peck 1 00 Largest nod best Yellow Corn one peck 1 00 Largest and best Oat one peck 100 largest and beat Millet one peck 1 00 Largest and best ltyl one peck 1 00 Largest and boat Sugar Cane one dozen talks 1 00 Largest and best Cabbage three heads 1 00 Largest and best Beets unit dozen 1 00 Largest slid bet lied Tomatoes one dozen 1 00 Largest and beat Irish Potatoes one peck 1 00 Largest and best tweet Potatoes one peck 1 00 Largest and best Onions ono peck 1 00 Largest and best White Itam one peck 1 00 Largest and best Peaches one peck 1 00 Largest nnd bent Applet one peck 1 00 pfl Largest and beet Watermelon I 00 Largest and wtt Cantaloupe I no flI I Largest and best Kcnthnw 100 Largest and best Pumpkin 1 00 Best Iced Pepper one dozen pods strung 1 00 Best orchutn Mola ei one eallon 1 00 t Best Honey in Comb one gnllon in glass jar 1 00 Best Roll of Butter ono pound 2 00 Bert Loaf of Light Dread 2 00 Dost Fruit Cake one slice to be cut 00 Jlest Layer Cnko one slice to be out 2 00 Dcxt Pound TiitP one sliro to be cut 2 00 neat Apple Preserves half gallon 2 QO UOAllench11r1I0ell half gallon S 00 Dost blackberry Pro ntlf half gallon 2 00 Best nJtlJ1herr lrfWrnlI half gallon 3 00 heat Tomato 1 rf1CrntC half gallon S 00 heat Currant Jelly on stand 2 00 Dest Blackberry JIehyone stand 2 00 Beet Itapberry Jelly one stand 00 heat Apple Jelly ono stand 2 00 Dent DiRckborry Jam quart OJ Dest Apple flutter quart 2 UO Beet Watermelon Picklon quart 2 00 Dest Cucumber Pickles quart 2 00 Best Sweet Pickles quart 2 Ot hd 1 dU J i i I I are 81 cents a for wheat inl have been in a great deal of work in is from an of foyer The China of think they nro heirs to a largo estate in Phila aged 43 died at his homo In from tho effects of nose near 1 The of tho state treas 1 urer shows to Mrs 8 K Ford and Mrs S J near are for school in Pike Laba aged 12 by bee in count 1 The boy was over 200 times Mrs near Mid ii to death be cause her her aud re- fY waves to return boys from are on rL i tbelr why to the gold field arc to soil oat and start for the gold mines Gold in has been Mile rim 1In tbe pope kM k IJlet iked1 ever the Red Ll alp head the ft bwt+ Wt t of1 P J- I r t- rt pent quart W 00 Best 2 00 not over size bloom con 1 00 not over size con 7 1 00 Cross made of to be two feet long 100 Heart made of Cedar to be one foot across 100 Boy Baby under one year 0 00 Girl Uabx1 under one year 6 00 Boy or Girl under 8 year one linif hours ride on the j to be at 2 p m on the first day of Fair The Boy King will be by three in Floral Hall at 2 p m on the dny The will IIC by three none vji have served as in the Roy Baby King in the Floral Hull at 1 pm on the third day of the Fair will the after the nro made until the Band Home Sweet Home Beit Buck any age 2 iiO Best Ewe any ago 2 50 host Buck Lamb 2 60 Best Ewe Lamb 2 50 Best hoar any age 2 60 Best How any ago 2 60 Best Boar under G S3 and 1 4 00 Best Gilt under 0 3 and 00 Rest Hull nny age 5 aud tH 8 00 Beat Milk Cow any age 5 and 3 8 00 fort Calf either sex under 8 6 and 3 8 00 Best Steer or Heifer under year tj and 3J 8 00 host Pair Cattle any age 6 and 3 S 00 HACK Free for all j half mile heats j best 2 in 3 Purse JOj 26 10 and 5 PACK on Titor For horses that never won a race j mile heat 2 int Purse 75 M5 20 and 10 MiMt RACK half mile heAts j 2 in 3 Puro 8- t4 2 50 and 1 60 feot hieh nt 130 p m Mont Pair of Mulos any age 1 and 0 S 00 Bent Mulo mare or home any nge 5 and IL 8 00 Best Mule Colt mare or horse f and 3 8 00 Best any age jand 3 8 00 Bent Mare or any age 5 and 3 8 00 Bent any ago 8 00 Dest Brood Mare any age with colt S and 3 8 00 FCDAYa 30ItrIttwillIIAiIo0N IlecBestotiheatIIIHuettiatBestJftBllltgypteatandjele fWalkmittinlODtimelttrIIAIrOOI1J1 TAYLOR DAY Pres L WARE Secy r tho to Secretary Catalogue and information STATE SIFTINGS Farmers getting bushel Owcnsboro Thieves getting Madison county lately Whitmilic Davicts county suffer- Ing epidemic typhoid family Lexington delphia Huron Profit Knott county bleeding SheltonHarrodsburg monthly unpaid warrants outstanding 171753497 Salyer neighbors candidates superintendent county Nisbmai fatally stung bumble Qarrard stung Leona dlcaboro I starving husband deserted rFour Alasknn Many people trying paying quantities TwejOwen county DAvlwceauBty bfotrtuH tutlw rape Tomato Catsup ChowChow flInrtICPrettiest Flower potted gallOn sidered Prettiest Flower potted gallon foliage sidered Prettiest Holly Prettiest Handsomest Handsomest Handsomest Flying Dutchman judged oclock Baby judged gentlemen second whomhall Ring Judged gentlemen Judge attend Judges awards playa DAY months months 11Fatted 1 Rrxxixo Running BALLOON AECNqON3000 SECOND DAY single ownership Harness Stallion Harness Guiding Saddle Stallion sucking tLSend for other report amounting herself Guards FIRST months I wheat and oats whichI were sot on fire t engineIj Last week Demarcus Burgher of j HardwickH creek killed a wild I measuring 3 feet 4 inches in length 18 inches in height and weighing GO pounds A newly married couple at Corbin were serenaded the other night and judge of their happy feelings when the serenaders begun with The Fatal Wed ding Miss Carrie Peters an and beautiful girl of 1C was acciden tally shot and killed at Lexington by her brotherin law George E Roberts who was cleaning a pistol In n section of about thirty square miles In tho corner of Davlcas Ohio and Hancock counties no rain has fallen since early in May Farmers do not think they will average five bushels of corn to the ante and other produce is in propor Lion William Saddler and William Parks Garrard county farmers were struck by lightning and instantly killed They lived miles apart but In the same coun ty were struck about the same time and by lightning from tho same storm which wept over that section Frank Miller a Lexington newsboy whilo going to the Herald office after his papers the other morning was attacked by a burly negro who attempted to rob him Millers bull dog took part in the affray and tho negro put to flight len- In behind his vest and a head of cab bags A man by tho name of Moon was presented with a beunclng baby girl by his wife That a now Moon tHe happy father was M overcome with joy at the advent that bo went out and got drunk That a full Mean whoa be got sober St M4 orir ft wU Ja all pocket e tr That was the lust quarter Nicholaavillc DemocratMiss I aret Murphy tho kinder garten teacher of the Garrard graded school has won the honors in the teach ers convention in New York as being the beat speller in the United States Miss Shumate of Danville whose par eats reside in Garrard county and who I who spends a portion oflicr time there ranked second best A Frankfort special 8BClJ Wise Hagin tho Breathitt county clerk cently sued by the attorney general for the auditor for failure to report and pay certain amounts thought to bo due the state was hero today He settled with the auditors officn and showed that the state owed 1037 instead his owing the state anything ofI had been no credit given him for counts that he believed had been lowed The suit against him has been withdrawn Hagin who Iis a Democrat and a candidate for county judge is sore over the unjust actionbrought against just nt this time and over the publicity given tho matter HOW TO FIND OUT Fill a bottle or common glass with urine and let it stand twentyfour hours a sed Uncut or settling indicates n dLeaeed condition of the kidneys When urine stains linen it is positive evidence of kid Hey trouble Too frequent desire to urinate or pain in the back is also con vincing proof that the kidneys and blade der are oat of order WHAT TO DO There is comfort in the knowledge so SwampRoot I every wish In relieving pain in the back kidneys liver bladder and every part of tho urinary passages It corrects iinabil sty to hold urine and scalding pale In- PU810R it or bad effects following use of- liquor wino or beer and tvercomea that OmpeUedto 1 pl Best Sucking Colt 5 and 3 g8 00 tJ JII tt- HcIIt 1 SlKCUr PltKMILMIIIY J TAVIXB J dilkllti 11 CIAM Mile heats 2 in 3 Purse 200 j 125 41 and Bfoi Purse MO 25 10 and 15- TKOTTIXO j fri RACK For Buggy horses strictly never track bl1 theOOlbtPleb 1bJ THIRD DAY It 5 I f30 CIASB Mile heats 2 in 3 Purse t200 125 M5 er I Mnl1HOrcounties mile heats 2 in 3 Puree 10 25 10 and 5rberj BICYCU RACK Half mile heats j 2 in 3 Purse y8 5 r2 for I and 1 last FOOTKACK 150 yards heats i 2 in 3 Puree M j 4IInd t2 blilI t Net I FOURTH DAY k la Best Walking Horse Mare or Gelding any age 5 and 3 S 00 t hero and fa 8 00 11 saptCoEo1ATIo5 j mile heats 2 in 3 Puree 35 20 10 and 6- CIAPH f this Pace or Trot j mile heats 2 in 3 Purse 200 j Will 126 45ltnd 30 ho NOVKLTY Rrxxixo HACK Free for all A dash of threett 9unrters U of n mile Purse 50 11 to horse that ill fiat at t 11 hrnt quarter 15 to horse that is first at second and lii a oftof j J1 JI N S fan nor I the a 1AI x A n was Collfngsworth Freafonaburg tl j cat accomplished 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