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Digital page images are linked to the text file. pt J jltr j f I HflRALPw c J II = J J rIIfllgNOEPtJ OOOPER Ownor and Editor sm Of n Noisy WorM With News From AH Millions laiiuhrlng nt Ills Jlnok e 1001 A YAR AlWHY In AIvs fttV t TjilRTEENTII YEAR HAZEL GREEN WOLFE COUNTY KENTUCKY THURSDAY AUGUST 10 1807 NUMBER a4J i tl X1 l jfeORRgPonD8nCl E + p IWOLPE COUNTY t1 1tt Leo CityMacs t of jrr1 Itnry Putrick Is quite sick nt- l tl inntthl DIr+ Fs11Mclberllon+ U visiting relativesp i loDtgomlry county 1 ioward the little ISOn of Clay Rose It y4 been slek for several drys1- r4 J LoKall Wilson who has been 1 W lUe sick IR much better at thin writ y toA0kLM Hollon and will shortly move to I radian territory yP W T Colvln representing Trimblo Mkt Mt Sterling wns calling on our I Lienchants Monday Charley UUfljoll of Clay City who Is- i tuo employ of the Center lumber com pinyisin town Mr Vaughn the photographer Is in- i he city doing Homo tIlenelid work nllll i Kill remain for eeveraldays I Crops era good fruit and vegetable llehLy and if wo only had n railroads J would be the Queen city ray Lcnndcr Lacy preached nt this jttco Sunday morning and afternoon gstb services were well attended Major W H Tnulbce who has boon iiiiitine his son 1r1 13 Taulbce at KJU Sterling returned home tho other l Mmjroo J Wnllen who has been visiting fifitlitlvw in nnd around Leo City for two Kr throe weeks past returned homo last Monday fir Mrs fohn Hall who has peen yelling Jet father A B Moore nt this home for several days returned to her ast Monday accompanied by her sister Miss Mary Moore J Mrs Jn Wnllon mid little daughter Nettle who have been visiting her father M Fallen of Gillmore and other hives at this place returned to her home at Hazard Tuesday mid was ac ompanicd by her brother J L Fallen is far as Jackson lion A F Byrd our efllciont countys- uperintendent who is a candidate for ftoramonffeaHhH attorney was in the city shaking limits with his many friends this week If all tho iudifeinl district Mil stick to Mr Byrd like this precinct ho will have n glorious victory nt limo November election thisfplaccof Cnrapton Only a few relatives and tjpccial friends wcro Ipresent on tho occn nrrtvodWhereroom and time grooms parents Mr nnd dinnerinmonths to como bring them tho fruition glorifythe andtheonSammyAugust Iti TrTiux TopicsAaron tllesollutflnOrDboySome I ri nttoudingCourtweakWilliamVi i raceforashlsopponentK totonT4 H A Mnnnin W A 01dfi Il Bethel v Carter and Isaac Mnnnin are attending i tho reunion at Salt Lick i Jlgo Blnnkenshlp passed through hero 0fDi route homo from Maytown lie was v v somewhatiuRevs Doano and Walton called at tho school ibspentthoafternoon brIefuttalksTho fieldwillI AQldieldYoUIDay James 1 ilson and wife of Mt Stor littledaugldervisitingtheirRmes I Sundayrbhol ItcLFunconventionInmJoj organ comu to tho conclusionIthat I ticketr county Ho says ono voto willelect 1 him August 17 l iKin- Cawpton Currency r trleil058 ral 1ur lunacyuaThursdaynbefore Judge to the n- ld ndJudlte1 Ihnnc Ire was taken Deputy tt11m at Lexington on Friday by FU W LuveInco and A IIotnmper M1 t ann To Drake daughter of United iastbe eplllir Marshlll Oco7AV Drake who rapidlyrirxWing a fruterCCl1rr of Falmouth wlan has been IRA feekIapt 1v141iHurst for tho past returned home turned Ieputx iollector S SL Tutt ions lust ro been nmm Brenlliftt county where lIe hu t bUInusuti SUPlLK JACL otY ji ep f J 1 1 f U tirt J pn lNr Gllltnoro Gleanings WI nceldelltoclockycslerduyflanks 1 Inatalltlwhile rolling on him HIllrotherethe extrlfutellflue log was 14 feet In length and 31 inches in diameter Ills brother sonLeckIdoubtthreelivesnodfriendswllurlill WIIbrightwhen asked what their conversation was lust before the accidentI werotulklllgI lIeliryremorkedlimit ho was ready and Immediately tho call came Ho was a member of the Christian IllstiurernlnubyI fnmllyhuqrg wnkotillviitTiviii aouir rcg over death hell and thotJrijin Amp jt luornl jIIK vim sawmill i l sawlunil LHI umthis1 C IL Allen 11ash JVra MI nj tnsr A elAhborhoodliorlioodItreck Hack a row days inujv urn in HA n tree and barely tuwapod with tiir i f- was thought for several days that lit n jiu1 hoptwItocrutches Win Kugnto and wife have gone to Jack Soul to roinuln n few weeks August 17 UNCIK HlJitS Lane Lilies John Graham hiss tho Ahukn fever George Sowell went to Torrent on liUBinofH Monday John T Urnhnrn mode a Hying trip to Stlllwatur Sunday George Sou ell time little merchant of Hal Ily bought a 3 months old bull calf for filn No big dinner to report lint If Jolt Gra ham dont quit having no many prirato con versations with Jack we will bo expecting ono soon Jo King the tenor singer attended singing at the 8 H rchool house on Frozen and his ninglng wius onjoycd by all August 17 Gorn HUll MORGAN COUNTY Consolation Chat Little May Taylor ling been quits sick this week IM and Oscar Cecil returned from Ml Sterling Tuesday evening Lice BlanljoiiKliIji who was qnlto nick hut week is stile to lie out ngnin Mrs Isaai1 Klklns and children were visit ing Mcidainus IKtl and Oscar Cecil last week LIHJe WldUiker of ItUekwnt IIt now htayini nt her uncle Seaborn Walter nail attendhiK school in this district liovM Logan Johnion Davis and others held quite nut Interesting ineptlng at this place on lint Saturday and Sunday Oscar and Piekett Motley nail John and Morton Cecil of tills plneu took In the mooting mid dinnorontnegronnd nt I ncy creek Inst Snndny Ellen Cocll roeolvol gory jialnful and ugly woundI lust Friday evening While jumping up to reach an apple on n tree she fell back man clank from which n rusty mini protruded andnun through her loft foot pushing tho skin upon time top of her foot On lust Friday evening wo wore all most gloriously entertained at our school by ilcssr IH M Caldwell Chas n Morlord recd K IK Atkinson nud Miss Maggie Ktuh who rendered some of the grandest picccn we have ever hoard The children especial Ily enjoyed How Iluby Played by Mr Caldwell Mr Morford nn experienced teacher snoko in glowing terms of the school Tho house was orowdol and all went away feeling glad to have I In there Among those present were Me w Charles Collins Charles Barnett nod Jnuios Graves i Misses Lula Kash Hilda Horton and Carrie Swaneo mud MM F N Day and little daugh ter Virginia August 17 NYM Canoy Cnlllngs Plenty of rain nail crops looking fine Success to TltK UicrAln and its army of renders Is tho wish of Dr Collier is now located at Canoy ex trading filling and putting III tooth JIo lis giving gencrnllntlHfllellOn Willie ntid Albert Wells nnd John Cnn dill and wife have gone to Louisville to at tend n big meeting and see the sights The fair Is being boomed In this section and n great many talking of attending Tho twin Caudill brothers and their wives say they will ho there all through tho fair Preparations are being made for the big association which Is to bo held Friday Sat urday and Sunday nt South Fork on Cnuoy August 10 EXQUHIKII Exotics Corn crops are good but rain Is needed K P Kash nail I N McGuIro have gone to Mt Sterling with a fine bunch of cattle Clay Wade Womack and wife of West Liberty were visiting In town Saturday stud Sunday Tho sickof Logan Murphy family on Greasy are doIngwell with ono exception Willie whose case is thought to bo exceed ugly critical k The people have most of their summer work done now and are sow giving the r t t ar j I TMR t e A 4 r 8 Fg r II11 fl t f 1ti= iIia g nttf ntion to marl working which has been 10 badly needed toFzeJofbl1loballI userMorgan Messenger Yes they came wo presume with full Instructions to do infurmedDlliiIngdlal1llolnhnenttheyeven get to hum their sweet song M the score stood 22 to 15 In favor of Kiel The game opened promptly at 3 p in Saturday mil was interesting from the beginning to time end There was nn immeni crowd VestTdbertywssCellrepresentedby tho West Liberty boys they conducted thuinhtlvcs well and played ball like Jury nnd have the descry JoC repeat duo them songtosungAugust O K Maylown Missiles Little Stella Mnuker U quite sick Our free school Is moving on nicely Mrs Henry illlcHlson tho sick list this weekMiss MOllieGrooMisses lK It nail Ltllio Honry ol Irel at tended church in town SundayI nightfrontMtlo market vl Oliver nail sisters Misses Letlle and j JJ if Mt Nterllntr stopped over in town I lt Irfv n route for your town and Wo t ib tyttic urmsalsorvieeofltcvJ1Lockharl MujiU Ororc Sunday was attended by n rrr ur4ii ii4e S3poMons passed through fi lnndsyeroniug nr ITJbA today was in n cornfield of LO iikfi it itiu farm of our JnllcJrJ farmer Win Ilea y ub Unusy Ho Ruyx ho plnnlcd bo fore the mow in April worked Iliovorbofore his nulghbora wore Uunu plmitinj Jfeplow ed summit hood through tho cold srmsp and atl said it would make nothing but the worst sore in the field will iuiko ten barrtU f cornAugust 17 AVlXoLKM- SSellars Sunshine A badly needed rain full hero Sundujr Frank Lucy nnd wife of Lee City attend ed church hero Sunday Governor Wilson amid wlfu visited roll lives and Irlends Sunday Sebum Nickell and Miss lkrtlo attomled the meeting Sunny John K Nickell amid wife of Dnyaboro attended church lucre Sunday Ainyx and Ihlpps moved their saw and grist mill to iillmurc last week Jtev Iiander Iicy of Leo CIty assisted in tho meeting Saturday amend Snnifny Sam Carroll of river was syfax inn In this vicfnltynt rdny and Sunday Prof Denton closed out his series of meet kings at Salem last Friday nldit lie wont from lucre to Frozen Ho will begin a onniji meeting at Lou City Monday Trimble Nickell South Stumper and wife Josie Gose nid Lulu Jonos took dinner with x111I Junes Sunday and hail muskmelons and wnterinolons in profusion Dick Ihlllwe understand contemplates moving Orcon in the near future We regret very much to lose such n good citizen but our loss will bo tho oltyH gain Itev A D ItobertN of Iloonovllle iironclr ed an old apostolic sermon nt Salem Snndny Urn Roberts I111 candidate for stalo senator and we verily believe ho Is tho man that should have time ofilco Why cant every correspondent come to the front every week as many of thom did last week Ity so doing wo can make Tug lliutun the host mud newsiest paper In tho mountains Como one came mull August 17 MOUNTAIN Uovi CHANDLERS LETTER Explains tlio Fall of Sliver and the Casual Spurt In tho Price of Wheat Scnatsr Win E Chandler of Now Hampshire has written time following letter to tho Washington Post in regard to the fall in tho price of silver mind tho temporary spurt in wheat Many of your readers nro asking mo what effect 1 think tho Continued fall in silver will burn upon tho prospects of bimetallism of time restoration of silver free coinage by international agreement or otherwise I reply to them through your courtesy that I think the progress ivo depreciation of silver ought to expo preventIngwhich mankind must Buffer ifnil the commercial nations of tbo world are to continuo to move toward and arc to ful ly nnd finally reach nnd permanently ndopt gold monometnllsm Ono of tho most important facts I have learned In connection with tho study af this question is thnt tho progress of great economic changes is very slow nnd that tho effect of the demonetization of nilyer by the nations which begun in 1873 was only partially folt during tho twenty years prior to 1813 in which year the India mints wcro first closed to silver and that such effect has been by no means fully realized at tho end of tho four years since 1893 This slow propo gAtion of tbo result of economic shocks is clearly depicted by Prof Francis A Walker in his work on bimetallism and is amplified by mo in my remarks In the senate on February 18 1897 a copy of which I will send to any person upon request 11111 point is a most Ianportaat If aot- a vital ORB If the complete reflate of Nww mew i l t + I fJ1p fi t O t r lwlr t t t Ireir I r k v Yi C 4 1 rn It 1t tam i d t I i i j l j j i i I j J i I j j t 6Ldiscarding I I 7 Y I 1 J5 Roberts Owiliy OMit a to the Morgan Meweftr ef 1 A D Roberta candidate dil rtrom this 34th Iieof Boonville mwyat n stronger to you and your p v It feeling of timidity MM that we address the W but wo feel that wnOJ e justified in making A few ct defense of n cause which we ifIiI of Owaley eoMider and shall reel truly gratetaIn kindly allow time required valuable paper outset we write to state thatJshall bo directed to the of Elder A D Roberts for to tho office of state this the Sith district and assure the reetlora nktYa that our statements are bII of Ownleys handful ef rc hemmed in as wo are byyof howling llopubllcans nitJof prosperity in generalrglad to note tho gonereua by time Morgan county whoso puma trim failed to learn to make the race against I amid heartily opprovo time Morgan U taking for Oweloy this race For tbo bonoflt ni 80 fortunate ns tp bo acquaint we submit the following Roberts IH tho son of Col A of Nicholas county Kyv in that part of tho state un of ago and cast his flrit John 0 Breckonridgo fur of tho United States and being symp11thizer Wlllt forced In after which ho went to and joined time confederate arthrough time War at tho which ho was in Virginia re this county nnd cast his next tho lamented John MI Elliott boon faithful to tho In tho Democratic party during Aleo taking an active part of fcknintor linger mind front this county to tho at tho time lion W 0 MUo nwuiro tho people of tho dIi t j should ho receive tho nomloa urr choice could bo made asRyilrty morality ability otc N uvV turn never furnished i r r which Is one oC M i nonHo rqr ir S MU ti + IMB the boys UfctM INttn thcin andyh ifln p Gmdb rA r 0 Cold Winter Proultfwt t tho fatuous wont1rtr iVllmill ho can to initlgilU1 alias of tho boated weather by pit terrible winter fur Kentucky j J mercury 20 degrees below zero 1 newspaper man ho lmidrgoing to have n terrible winter will not only bo severely tho cold will bo peristent and Wo will havo twentythree JeIlLuckrfho first will tall be three Ico coldest weather will ho IKJ dates of January I and 1C ico spell will be in December tho Ice will bo from three to thick In January tho Ico five to seven inches thick day tho thermometer wilt 22 degrees below zero Till 1HIt day or January Look tartar this timo1 HOW TO FIND OUT or common glnas with urin stand twentyfour hour A Ked settling Indicates a dlaoancdi of tho kidneys When urinerit is positive evidence of kid Too frequent desire to 1 pain In the buck is also con that tho kidneys std blade of order WHAT TO DO In comfort in tho knowledge to c1 thnt Dr Kilmers Swamp great kidney remedy fulfills in relieving pain in the back liver hlalder and every part o pa agcn It corrects imsi bil F urine and scalding palm IIn or had oflccts following use et or beer and overcome that necessity af being COMpelled t many times during tka night Time mild IlIel theextraordl I of Swamp Bootie won real stands tho highest for IGt woes of time mostdistreulngCayesk a medicine you should have Sold by druggists price Kfty one dollar leer a nsmpte1 betjboth sent free by melt Tlta HAXETJ GRBRN HERAI your full postofllco addrenq fri e Co BinghnjjpU0i N T011 this paper ZIaraslt = = Js of this offerrAT IAIIEIPamlIWt 1 ot hoods ersseirtI S M ri1 Ibemuse i+mse GREAT OIJRe rI I Ji y rtt Ii t tY f cJ t 11jFlr 1J1r I Ii 1 4 + rWkp L UI f r S 1 j r t p JB 1 J1t iro tt1 i j r iJf t rr ti = rii THE MERJLtD j max room Eiittr HAZEL GREEN KY THURSDAY August 191897 ry ANNOUNCEMENTS L Per State leaator- Wo ore authorized o Announce A 1- ROHKUTS Of Oyrtleveonnty mi candidate for 8Ute Senator fort1u34lh Sennlorlul- UAtrlct subject to the a lion or the Demo rcratle party Per Magistrate We are nnlhorfied to announce W H IJtANKESBIIIl a candidate fur Slrgiw itMin In the Pint Ifnnlrtrrlil Dltiflr loll Meet only to the oleo ofrthe people hi thu f Jforcmber election 1687 0Pit Imeyor ef Morgan Coantr i AV an uthorUe l lo nnoune JAM K8 g IIAL8UY n a cnmltrfjrtB for County Sur k von of HlArxR matt Muhjrot to the de lilon of the voters at the November 1897 t election 1 TIE HAZEL GREEN PAIR Owing toromo complication and con- fusion1 exlsline in the hazel Green Fair I and Driving Park Afiwciatiun it was con sidered best to reorganize To this end i k a few of the enterprising citizens of the town nnil county got together Wednes day and after drawing up nn ngrecmcnt perfectly witUfttctory to nil parties J organized a new company hy electing FA V Cecil president and VT CiiHkcy Y wcrctary and treasurer 11T Swnngo II F Plemtt David Linden T E John non and Spencer Cooper were elected P director cone ttwenty of the most d Hubitnnlial ItnnineM men mid farmer ofkAl Agreement and Claus insure the fair to be- n success In every pnrticnlnr Harmony with n big II Iin our rallying cry nnd everybody connected with th nwoctutlon newell an tlrcettizcns generally lire doingi iR their utinont to make the fnir n grand uccetis and we feel perfectly safe in aying to the people of Wolfe rul the surrounding counties all Extern Ken tucky and Uo world nt largo that l weather penaltttnjj we will by the Grneo of God1 this jxr jjivo slhe biggest and tho boijt exhibition ever held on the Hazel lroen fair grounds and can assure nil who attend that they wHI have four days enjoyment equal to any to be found anywhere at tiny time Tho fluent baud in the stain lint IWit engagod to furni + a tlio IIt4Ile wl1iml RilmillIelonhorses for tho rpeod rings tiaRa wo have ever Jmd Tho floral hall will bo full of p the finest fruits anti vegetable native to our siil together with thq fluent display of nettle sadother handiwork of the fair hands of our own mountain maids nnd matrons Jellle preserve pickles cakcH bread otc etc all tho auako ofa our own hoiiftcwivcs and daughters will ito under the ninnagoiaont and mmc ditto control of four of the hamUomest dailies in our owu lair laud Indications nuw are that the attendance py u tHII1 boJargertliaji ever known before in the history of the fair which bus always foceii good An ample police force ivlll f lCccc the haft of order and ladies cans children may feel as safe jn our fair c growsJuns they would in their own par l ilora at homo Every stockholder will use liii utmost eflortfl to mnko the fair 4hU year nut only the best owr hold M Utuol Green but the best orate good as say ever lurid in Kentucky mid those who attend wilt say that it is M before the exhibition closes Tell your friend auto your neighbors j everybody indeed who comes within r r s tho reach of your voice that tho fair at Hazel Green this year will be ns nearly A miniature Columbian exhibition ns is sYpossiblo to he had in any country town And to bo sure nnd come if they do not wish to mitt a real good thing ItoniQiu bar the date September 7th 8th Oth a Und lOthj 18W and be hero to take it ttUJn Tnasinuch na tho impression has got abroad that thoro will be no fair holdnt this plat this year TJIK JlnnVM will esteem it an especial favor if each of our exchanges will make the positive state niao ill that tho Hazel Green fair will be f 4dd on September 7th 8th Olh and 10th arasadvertiRed- r vdMMb riaiHV Colic Cholera and Dior jJww JReHwdraiwMjM afford prompt re jfII+ F rll1J T Dy D L e y- i a ii l WAVfifS pblitica wo feel sorry for Judge GpRrlejv 8 jdally ho it a good fellow A jiico gentleman and un enter taining talker None of us aro perfect nor have we a right on that account to throw atogca at another IJut prone to tho sin of induction and having suffered the torments of tho dnmued in conse quence ono knows how hard it In to break away from surroundings Iteing seduced hy a corporation into acting as counsel may bo a laser degree of sin thnn those written on the tnblow of tone And lignin it may be greater we can not say- Conlturr company will ns certainly contaminate ns will the smallpox inocu Inte and Judge Gonrley iishu more liable to epcnpo its evil rffuclH than arty other of tho human family He can outlive the suspicion entertained of him but it will take n long time nnd our advice is that ho first cense to consort with the corporations and livewellenv a quar ter of n century in Mickclnth nail ashes nq an evidence of his repentance If then ho has proved sincere the people will think better of him and other things being equal consider his claims in connection with the circuit court But not now judgeI Oh nolI You mny mean to forsnktj the CIof corporations nnd sincerely desire to do HO but tho flesh is weak antI the people knowing it want to see you time tried IN oiru local columns this week note the sale cf 126 head of cuttle at 2000 cash Some funsI Republican will rend that nnd yell JVoopcrity So it iit tit tho few citizens of Wolfe county who were fortunate enough to have the cattle to sell lint what about tho other citi zens of Wolfe unfortunately n majority too overwhelming to contemplate who have not n hoof to 01l1 And what about the people In Owen county Prosperity at ono place caused by poverty at anoth er is oat prosperity in its true definition or within the opinion of any fairminded man be his politic what they may Its a prosperity that will do thoo who live by the Ullog in the manger title but ItI advocacy will never proven puwport through tho pwrly gates Xo right thinking Itcpuhlican will SIIYl0 either lint then cornea tho question Can n Ito publican think right 1 If lie could may ua hed be a Democrat Logical conclu sloe eh 1 OtU friend Judge Gourtcy announces in his Campion npfecli that ho once drove nn OK tcntn and Mottled coal to bathe his brow in honest sweat Alas how have the mighty fallen1 livery honest farmer and the yeomanry of tho land will hold Judge Gonrley in high o lcetn for having onco pursuedso honest n uallinc slut when lie steps across the Styx ian it wore and is hcndbfoitb ringed nil eorporfltion cownwl conscience forbids that they commend Limn Thin tho noble deeds of his young manhood pivo plnco to bin ig noble ones in Ihit maturcr year mill the people are afraid that Huch a retrograde movcaicnt in event of his elevation to tho ermine would corrupt the circuit court sod of cournc tile country Renee it is that they willsteer clear of him and hit craft netter for you judge that you hind continued in the honest but humble calling of ox tinier and con heaver sad never listened to the siren volco of corporations K KADI NO the speech of TudjioGourlcy nt Campion rccontlr reminds us of that olc1l1nngCoTho Hounds of Louisville It was early one irtontlntr In 1SH I thought rn celt quite lucky to tied myself Alive So I h lue1tllAnliwet ImflurIIn place of hauling fire load T did not html lint four For IrOUadrunkInShippharportlcouldut hnul nn mare The bOlt bows being open null liquor be rig fret When one irln sq wn cniptlcd nnnthvr was filled for mo Ono can easily sco how in the happy lourIcyhaps ho then called it the Rounds of ItaittyvillQi and substituted Proctor for Shlppingport nUt nil tho wanes wo we him with hU companions nnd hear his slivery voice as ho merrily joins in tho popular refrain And thus in our minds eye wo see hint hnpny again Hut- HOlIOV Horatio Alas nnd alas llox F M GiiiiKiTitH of Switzerland county waa last week elected to fill the vacancy in tho Fourth Indiana congres sional district caused by tho death of lIon Win J Uolinaii by an overwhelm ing majority Mr Griffiths is n straight Democrat ono of thoo who never wa vend in tho freacufW fie of silver and will uphold If congre99 the honor of his district maim fanjou+ bylithe watch dog of the treMlii + H3 Nfir III CherriesI1- III Are liiu I1aHdoooeosoo I with us and theres nothing to bo done but tho plucking for we offer bargains moro tempting I 1 than the finest cherries you over saw We have to ofiVr two bites at these cherries ns one willj not answer They urn such great bargains that youll hardly believe these goods can be bought I I for BO little money to wo offer I The First Bite Illill threebuttoni aupeiand not one of them cost us less than 12 wholesale but you can pluck one for 999 1Hi1 Now Pluck j11t Other Bites t 1 111nreoffered in 200 mens Moleskin Pant at iCc a pair elsewhere theyll cost you Tfr U 200 mens blue Cottonade pants ut 4lc They will cost you 76c at any other store 200 Linen 75c and youlll have nnyII i 1111 1nia shirt and wear like iron Of emirs you know what nil these goods arc without further description but will addIci that theyre all new goodsrIll I low Pluck 1Louis Guy Straus e 1 1 PIONEER CLOTHIERS L I Grr a 11 HoxT Y FiTziATitiCK congresstn n from this district will please accept our thanks fur a copy of the August bulletin furIlIhhed perllormmITin Republican state convention which met in Louisville lust week nom hinted Hon James G Bailey for clerk of the court of appeals Mr Bailey is a native of Mngouln county nnd was a member of the legislature which recent ly went to pieces after accomplishing nothing at a great expense to the state Tin Republicans of LonlsviJlo are having a Kilkenny cat fight anions them solves and MnyorTudd the Republican incumbent threatens to put negro police on In the German districts This linn iiroiifed the ire of the Germans and they will largely support Weaver the Demo cratic nominee for mayor Jrixu GOCHIKY intimated at Canip ton that he intended to do us up If its a fmht hed after were his persimmon but we demand that the time shall ho in the Into full nnd fried oysters the enI1115 Then judge well say to tho wait ertlIny on Macduif nnd damned be he who rant cries Hold cnoughuOh1 Im With ye jpdirp Tim initial number of the Campion Banner has reached our ofllco smith we welcome it to our exchange list W P iI l1IIlItI and eschews politicians and we lope the proprietor may fill a plethoric puno by iLi publication More anon when wo become better acquainted with ita jiims TJIB assistant editor of tho Acoru pub disked at Marshall Clark county ill IM Miss Ida Gusaway and tho prcsinp tier is that when the editor itfq short on Acnsalion he juit say Ida Gaaway timid lets it go at that until the hook iIt full Tito Acorn by the way is publish ed by John SWell who was raised iri this section and in a brother of our lei low countyman Capt James Sewell WHKK such men as Bill Chandler rocked in the crsdlo of Republicanism nnd reared a Republican politician who has been a cabinet officer iis now a senators and has always been a sender among tho elite eastern politicians of his faiths says that the rise of wheat and the full of silver have no connection whatever his statement should coinmntd respect nt lent Hence wo reproduce it else whore I Wr HAVE frequently wondered at the facility and versatility of our young friend Benj Scwell but the matter is fully explained since wo realize that he I perhaps inherits it from his undo John of the Acorn And perhaps who knows but he has imbibed sumo of tho assistant editors breathings May be ho thinks her name n slogan of encouragement III his effort to jet there Ell and shout it the end or beginning of each tonlcnco The Alpine boy whew ho felt his cour ago fail exclaimed Excelsior and forged ahead Ben aayj Gasaway and gets there just the same ii OQ I 1 1 y hu ROSEcDAVISI0 PRACTICALTO- QLACKSMITHSANDWAGON MAKERS M HAZEL GREEN KENTUCKY AGOSW6 J InUll when you need anything of the give me your Homo People gel only Honest Work and be Happy M t IN TIlE HORSE SHOEING AND REPAIR DEPARTMENT employ only skilled labor every man being an artist in his specialty vour work is respectfully solicited i a n AgainWenight from our Kentucky visit aftcr nn absence of two weeks und one tiny Our last weeks let ter eluted by stating that wo lint met with runny relatives and old acquaint antes oil we expected to meet with many more Among these is COUMII Jolt Tuition who JH the Republican nominee for representative in tint district John is n shrewd muss and if elected will make a good rcprotcntative We met err oldi friend t H Burst at his residence at Pearlrce Brinthitt county He has nn interesting family in wt II tads in this world posvsaionH and made extended inqniricH concerning Iris relatives in Mar hbnll anti f lark county III lie is post muster nt Peurtree J M Elkinv mer chant and postmaster at lame Wolfe county who was a student at Stillwalcr seminary with us nt the outbreak of tit retnhlylieI citizens Dr Ira Profit nnothrr cou in of Cuinpton in saill to bo the leadinz physician of the county He visited us nt our brothers and contributed very much to the pleasantness of our trip Win L Hurl is the loading and oldeH PllhJicunresidence in that city rend took tho painx to hnv uu through rail the rooms as well as to describe many unique and lii lnrinl articles in thnni He wWus hid Clark county HativiH to furnish him with their funnily liitttritlll5 ho is preparing to publish a book contuinhiK limo cnIII uIty of tho Hurst family from their mi cratinii from England to tjf present tlmIT Hunt in niM ihr Campion lawyer I hnIrntertcinI l r l city CiMipi IIM fire of tin linttIpllldic aqb1I iiiliiii in El tM KIn lurkYUldBUnOrl JtIlHdIchotlft VV had the pltiif uro tlf fretting with In1II addressing tIc tracfcrr of tin COllnlrI who wen hIt1ln an jn titut pr sidil over by their county Mipcrintniltjnt who j Ha fine tchn11ar nnd iipcaRnnt gentleman I Wodncsdav and Thursday nights wo i stopped wfth Mr and Mrs Millard Hor ton and nt ItfO Friday morning accom panted by our brother James we drove i k t r J cjto Torrent where we took the train f home arriving here SAturdny morn at ibU Marshall III Acorn j H C uictsallnod Mihs Laura IU dings J M Pieratt and bliss half r Wheeler Ed Coulter and MFS ilin Day Ed Taulbce and Miss Hilda flortij Will Pieratt nnd Miss B llo Cal Courtney McGuIre nnd MhiLillieEv connilnQedn delightful little party tW attended Johnny Kasha Tuesday ant to eat watermelons They had inch good time that they felt kindly to mankind and in consequence prcteij the editor nnd his better f with aMj melon for which they will individywj und collectively please accept our than The following postal card iiudrMw to Mrs Ellen Pieratt and received this office Tuesday evening is self planatory Comer IJUKH IowA AlIC Hlw3D- KAII 11tiarrivedI hertz lists wW unit Will leave for Onlifornin I in A fen l0 tires Write tft me nihl sciiil me TlIK W Aiu to Pitctj Dlv than Frnnciico Cw sin Write ut once CtI1TIH Pisnilrt We hope the next time we heard Curtis that ho will give both tle p parry and the regiment to which 1re 1f ached together with the name pfj captain lieutenant colonel eteJ would bo mure satisfactory to hiifnfc here all of whom we can nssurti will bo glad to hear that he iis J well nnd cnjiiying life on tho l S Slope 1 dRev Creed Oney formerly pred- either I vf thin M J church for thllld but nbw located t Carlisle as paMOfi been assistingI Rev Mr Mann iaj meeting on Lacy creek which Sunday afternoon after eight dayq ration During the meeting much Ij est was manifested and 2lflddcdtl church Bro N G Robinson vrl o oItcd passed through here Mond1I route for his homo in NlchollJ A Wnii Cod letter ruin HW l T Tin IlKtiAto states that ho will WJ in time to fill his nnnointmcnU Jj Christian church nth Sunday morns evcninu Subject 10 Living 1S Ill and The Keys of tic Kingdoms f 1i IIIIi 4 Constipation fully halt the plcknees la the world lpep U113 digested food too long In the bowels ptOduces biliousness torpad liver h- rdlHoods coatedonoJe18Db etc noods Ill eti1eonsUp3t1on anti all its PillsI rtptlticasllyandthnrnngttly 5c Al1drugllstsI Irepared by C I Hood do Co Lowell Mass- iito only Tills to take with Hoods Sarsajarllla t qHE HERALD rtjtfjocm ooroeooocoooo 0011 +LOcAL +rItmG + a- I r1C0004QQGI 00JQOGO- fMunrne1kk Havens left Tuesday for a short visit to Olynipiii and Ullie mupbe t All the cattle men 1 irons this Bccllnn rfdid well at the Mt Sterling court lust Munday Courtlley Combo of Clllllllton wns visiting his sister In Alice Pierutt on Wednesday IJudle G 13 Swuugo wlllllILlenccept roiir thanks for delicious delicuuien Conic W again Judge There will bo nervicca at the Laurel church next Sitnrday and Sunday Elder Join Brown officiating if BoS Xodlty who returncd from lIt V sterling Tueday hays ho heard a score Illr more people nay they coo coning to ithe fair W U 1pof this plnce went toI Both well Satnrdav nijjlit after his wife twhrt linn been in Mt Sterling and rc 7 turned on Sunday 1 rDr Brock Taulbce of Ml Sterling r accompanied by his little snag Koly paid1 Mitel Gniii a tlyiug visit last Friday Vreturning home Saturday 11 IIlrllilre Sharpe anti Morford the gnu a Menien will have been boarding with vMr Ellen Kiwli left Tuesday morning for thtir respective homes Rev J IK Detrgcmlorf will preach at Salem in Morgan county Sunday morn ing at 1000 and hero at night at the usual hour All arc invited Fridaynightkniiivn as tho Northbend church 8t miles north of Stanton Iowcll county C Messrs Snnford and Jones of Owen countywere here hint week buying cat tie and succeeded in getting 120 head for which they paid about 2000 cash A man named Henry Bank WAS killed MondayHo ofKilnUncle John Ruse of Lacy creek will please accept the thankn of the editor eatlogLacy EtlI Meeks will grind wlllut hereafter at the old mill run by Judge Swango and guarantee satisfaction Ho will grind on Tucrulaya Fridays mud Satur days of each week Roset Davik have turned nut several new vngnrife in the last few weeks and have to double their force of hands to keep up with their work So much for ndvertiaing its theydo lib 111y CovingtonfeetIftany friends in this section She will prohaly remain several weeks and is now the guest of Mrs F N Day menlnrytICT Taylor Day is president which means muieItllIowlngbirthBreckMalohl girltogirl i Tom Day marshal of Morehead qn whomIse1 brother of Charley Day who WitH n few ininPeople Bolicve what they rend knowItI cured Get Moods nut only Hoods revliveeroughasj pnper nothing gives such n prompt andf TarlfonevPleasnmittofailing n bottle today lfuzelGreenI 1 tcitd with the HASSEI closes HKIIAU i stateLcrlugton somewhereThey I 1 i forTree4- I l 1 x I Dave ndCea were fortunate weektsomething to sell Iioward Bud Dare eod 49 fur 93700 II I IIazOllOreen1o1M fairdrgonothwithslandingI Scntinil Democrat IUlldcr sighenure1 work must bo done between MayI nn 1 andl I lefint winter travel and it behooves road overseers to get a move on themselves godRnndltlsee gain hunters in hu store like lbees nroun n sugar lumple his big ad in thi paler and whoa you want 1 worth of callhmon lr John Xuuibte who ban been undo abltof laythllt1 personal property and practice as he contemplates locating in the south MtSterling nnfriends0 toIhemanFrom bEdI received 819 oundsof lour nnd 11 pounds of bran Isun well pleaded1 with both quality nnd quantity of iluu node me- August 17 1S1 7 Si CAKII II pailCasee her father Sewell Combs who is suffering with leis eye11 and confined to a dark worn Hu hits recently hail anI cllclIrllgedtoI sight A letter from Frank Tyler III Mt Vernon Tenti says that all ore well andjI happy His GHinblo mare however went blind and Minnie his young black marc has the fistula Frank says he iin coming Greco the folks of Hazel Greati this full anti attend the fair as sure as he lives One night of last week Dr Xickell wasI called tnljnurcl to see truce Pel fry whoI Will siifPering from temporary liberation of mind superinduced by Mme cpinnlt nffectinn Ur Nickel ailministered t Koine medicine and soon had him quiet steadilyimproving Mator Taulbec a few days since received a letter from Joe Tuulbcc 1 son offf I the lamented Pro+ who isi now at Sostt Joesnyssoldierlifemakeshim realizing that it willlIIake a man of him if he con hold out faithful he has determined to do so even to time end Uncle 1rea Trimble who iis 77 year- of ato and who hits not beets to Mt Sterling before in 1i year iis now thereon a visit to his brother J G Trimbln and other relatives sued friemlc Hu maJo the trip on horseback Ho may extend his visit to Lexington and Frank fort sad his friends here hope him a good time Uncle Jetw Swaneo of Swango UN ft brother of Uncle Hurry Swatign rod Newton Swango of Charleston Ills a son of Uncle HllrrylIro visiting relatives and friendu nt this place having arrived I Tuesday evening last Uncle Jesse hits nut been here for 12 years or more and this is the first visit in about 9 ycnra fur Newt Cattle aunt sheep both Joldwcll at the Mt Sterling murkvt lust Monday There wits about 3000tlf the former dri the market aud inany nice feeders cbhnged hands nt 4 cents Sheep were nut to plentiful but sold well One bunch of wethers 801t4 high an 3 per heal several other lutRatSliG for tirst pull and 2liO for mediums Bucks brought II cents We desire to return our thanks to the 1Hazel Green association for a compli mentary ticket to the Hazel Green fair which ia to be held Sept 7 8 9 stud 10 The Hazel Green fair has always been one of the best In tho stnto much interest being manifested In Iit by the citizens of Wolfe and surrounding counties sal it promises to bo better that ever this year Hcaltyrille Enterprise J E Stuart Cane Ujdge J8 Forman V J McConauRhhay Jackntown Jlour Ism county J A Umstated Oakwood Fleming county G SchnfhnuBcn hnd n Mr Million Richmond and R M Caldwell MillendiuTff Wni Grain Flemings burr Fleming county James Graves Peed Mnson county Charley Darnell Snow lull Fleming county are ivmong tho visitors at Swnngo Spring this week Prof R M Caldwell Kehpickys Jill mitable Impersonator Elocutionist and Musician nsaisted by Miss Sally lord I anti Rev Mr Potgcndorf will on ntur tiny August the 2Sth She an cijftertain meat at the academy building lhejro groan will consist of musical eclcctioni recitations nod impersonations Bud the proceeds go to the benefit ir the school Prof Callwoll come very highly recommended nnd n few of our cillrcns who have had the pleasure of bearing hIm speak in high praise pf Us talents andjii vcrsatilltpa I 1 a = Ii J T L 1 Itia fI 11 I jn1THEt RIGINATORSS OF cLO t PRICES IN DZ1mL JEr I1Tit We invjtpitho attention of the public to our Ia I X J tllolcfittncoyou your S irCLOTHING I FOR LESS MONEY P thhn anj hian in tljaxeV Green Vfo illso carryall complete line of General Mcrchan alise which we will sell as low as any manY OUR DRUG DEPARTMENT complew anal prices unQlluallcl ill BastII Iicittlicky anlwO iinvite tho patronage of all doctors and the pG plo generally I Wo still keep u firstclass LIVERY ANDI FEED STABXfHfor the accommodution ot the glleststf the Day House or any oilo llso who desiresto stop withl us Parties conveyed to any point in Eastern Kentucky 1I Also Agents for Torrent Campion and Hazer GreetI Telephone Co 0Viicitin need of anything iLOU Unodpnfcforgct the place F J3I c 5SThanking all onr customers for their liberal patronage we remain s I Respectfully tm Es or XAVLrGE SiLY91 ftn7Jr Ji 1ERAL i1 CO R jfZ F r rE X7 Xu A Stranno Dream IWl chanced to ho nt Sunday school nj ticlightettI with the proceedings The afternoon I rrjoicWeTbiiH tint evening was paused nod sable niuht came on Then wr closed our thij1 suite called the twin sister of depth sleep We saw U0 Sunday school an pcrinteiidentd 700 teachers anti 120001 pupils all robed in white and each cine with innSeal instrument in hand The sweet strains of niiific filled the air with delightful melody They IIWIO from tho1 earth with multiplied thousands with Ithem Tin1 piece played wan Come up timtj timte ways Xo night filnill be in heaven no withering Vloom l Shall oVr that lund cnpc cone i Xo tears to full in sadness oer those flowers Tliiit breatlie their frngntnce througli the I A IJOIICriII1 earth from which nro o avast multitude Theywero robed in black i nut n smile I pavTed their lips i their eyes were ns dull ns lend They too arose to the distance- of thirty yards but slowly juul waver causedOne held a quart bottle in hand anotheri a jar another a Smith k W8110nllnl other n Colts repeater another a Winj cheater nnothera great pack of old clo thing which appeared nil if ready to cist HI Each was FO burdened heII denly they all fell to earth from they tHmehUmt thou art and unto I dust thou shall return we said III our dream lust at that period as time dark pees grew morn deep wo saw Avanne FnntociouK i nnd Diabolus mnke their hid eous npprarnnc0 and with them n legion of less r evil spirits Then thunder tones rent tho air and sulphuric odor followed mixed with tho clamor of a mighty throng and I awoke Lone Ky THANK HATTOX Columbus Gillaspic who lives near Hazel Green has a Colts pistol that CodyBulfulohillshighly dcr ntled on the Cylinder with pictures ofU S troops and Indiana lighting antiotherwise ornamented by engraving It bof the powder bull and till pattern nt lean 9 inch barrel mind shoots a ball nl outi18 calibre Its total length is about 18 incher it weighs G pounds and MioOts to the slim 210 yArdc though it will holdup nearly a mile A rKlondyke miner would give several ting guts for it and any one clllllcrrpllltiuJr a trip to that country could make n nice speculation on it Thrasher Comla Demncratic candi unto for sheriff ol Wolfe1 county has a mil tract for taking n large amount of timber out of Lacy creek and its tribu tides mad is spending A large amount of money among our people He is build inn n tramway 2j miles long at a cost of 500 and 5600 and when ho gets that finished willrequire H larger number of hands This is prosperity for the hand employed for the limber men nnd for Mr Combs wo hope Dot neither the Republican party Mr McKinley nor Mark Ilanna caused it Not by n dam site1 Drue Lacy who in working for JoTAf lore of Lacy creek has luen Iiaving latelyTbrhttestWiftv Perkins died nUll VCllt to heaven Sl Peter met him tit tllt stomata and nM Comp in Well raid Wiley if you dont mind Id like tri go back and stay another week with Ellis John semi Andb18 Ellis is Mr Perkins close tt suppoftipn is that thou pet along nicely Jn etbcr How htnudI ful to dwell In unity one withanothe c c I J j KnlnekrII j II I tIlilU I J1a DS lI I tINORMAL BUSINESS PREPARATORY 1 Next Session BOuinsi VeffQos agg VL 1 I 1897 Full Courses Sustained in Evory Department Collegiate Preparatory Normal Business and Bible Thorough Work is Required in all Studios Pursued f Tho Expenses are as Low as Possible Hoard o0IuitinminoJlIhloll 1ForIcnuI tft 00 ofrwunl Ituok3 V L For Catalog and further Information write to WM M CORD Principal HAZEL GREEN IY t TRAINING AND FED STABlE II0111111111iontXcoming hero from u distance who may lesifo horses pastured for u few days or weeks gnu have tho best pasture at reasonable rates IJie JE 1r J3LE an- A OUccdoolDayMt Also for tho and accommodation of guests oftlto Jay Jlottee I have opened nearby J rJtinesPersonsthorn at Torrent can mo and have any desired vehicle or saddle torso nnuiintlv T will also ocltreruldriverstimoPorsonsoitltorRothwellpleaatiruint 4 A BUSINEEDUCAT15 I tt= young rnnn or young VOWMH who would win SetyourBRYANT STRATTON BUSINESS COLLEGE Louisville ft BOOKKEEPING SHORTHAND TELEGRAPHY I l aucatpyloatbo mailed FitEi College building and office Third and Jellcrson FOIL ALI KINnS 01 L G + it+ f 0m j t f 1J ir tcCALL AT TUB ITERALD OFFICE if FLOYD BYBD Campion K- yATTORNEYATLAW 1 pfactfceY L I IIj a p- n 4If convenience telephone anoM = A HOWARD SrAMPJR I ATToRzJtiY AIi4 c- OAMITON KY SVtll practice In the enrtrhs ofWnlM aial o- fadluleipgc rare All baeIafseaa igi- tv e15 wit r eite prgltlpt Mesit ti f Sv 6 A 1 I ff W oj rt t I ILrq i EIGHTH ANNUAL EXHIBITION OFTHE fli I i Z l iIMZEL 1 CREEN UW FAIR w t 2I1 l DRXVINGPARKASSOCXATffNTuesday Ir M SEfTEMBE 1 S JND 10 1eS1d fFLORAL HALL EXHIBITS 00hI 00IBeat nnd Neatest made Calico Quilt t 2 00 Neatest made piece of Patchwork 2 00 r 00rNeatest inudo lair of Pillow Shams 2 00 Neatest umdo Sun Bonnet 2 00 a Ncatcat knitted pair of White Yarn S Cklfh 100 Ncatott knitted pair of Brown Yarn Socks 1 00 + Neatest made Hemstitched Handkerchief with embroider v ed Initial bv girl under 12 years 2 00 Largest and beat Wheat one peclM 1 KOO Largest and best White Corn one peck 100 Largest and best Yellow Corn one peck 1 00 Largest null best oats ono peck 1 00 Largest and best Millet ono peck 1 00 Largest and heat Uyc ono peck 1 00 00LargestLargest lull best Beets huH dozen 1 00 Largest and bet Red TomatocH one dozen 1 00 Largest and best Irish Potatoes ono peck 1 00 Largest load bust Sweet Potatoes one peck 1 00 Largest and best Onion ono pock 1 00 Largest and beat White Beans one pock 1 00 Largest and best Peaches quo peck 1 00 Largest lord beet Apple ono peck 100 Largest and bent Watermelon 1 00 Largest and best Cantaloupe 1 00 F LurgoHt and best Korshaw 1 00 t Largest and1 best Pumpkin 1 00 Best Red Popper one dozen pods strung 1 00 f Beat tforfihtmi Mulcmc use gallon 1 00 Bent Ilotity in Comb one gallon in glass jar 1 00 Best Roll of Butter pound 2 00 Best Lonf of Light Itrrad 2 00 Host Fruit Cake one slice to be cut 2 00 Best Layer Cake one slice to be cut 2 00 Best Poundsae one slico to be cut 2 JO I Best Apple Preserve half gallon 2 00 Boat Peach Preserves half gallon 2 00 k Moat Hlack berry Preserves half gallon 2 00 Best Raspberry Prowrvog half gallon 2 00 n Boat Tomato lWervc huH gallon 2 00 Best Currant Jelly ont stand 2 00 Best Blackberry Jelly ono stand 2 QO Host Raspberry Jellolle tstaml 2 00 Best Apple Jelly one stand 2 00 i4 Best Blackberry lam quart i 00 J I Best Apple Butter quart 2 00 I Beat Watermelon Pickles quart 2 00 Moat Cucumlit Picklrx quart 2 00 I lest Sweet Picklm quart 2 00 Iii == CCcc ki and r n WChicken thieves are clearing up many t roosts in and about Lancaster lifts a sunflower stalk 1 feet 5 incite high sad still growing Thioves are stealing wheat by tho An Owcnsboro druggist was fined 100 for selling poison for a dug to n boy under 15reurs old A trade measuring six feet from tip to tip way killed on Otter creek Madison Crttttuidon county owns a leather horse collar that n belle of Nicho laaville rode across the railroad bridge tit and George Moore quarreled over n board bill Miller shot and killed Moore Gold found in Hardin county and there are fortunes In sight for those coal war mId consumers are taking ad vantage of it by laying in their winters supply It is said that some of tho mountain counties will average 311 bushels of wheat to the aero thin season tho largest over known Rockcastlo county wns recently visited by A severe storm Hailstones eight In r It has been figured out that in Kentucky at tho present time there are 20 000 ahlo bodied men In search of n living id public officey A one eyed anda coon had- A fight with knives rocks and sUcks atfo L 4fterL F W an ox convict IlnsJ IUWJ J wpi la riMiM ta iua MaVNMti rt i + t J l r tFet f d1w 1 II d c I Best Tomato Catsup quart 2 00 Best ChowChoir Uartio + 2 00 Prettiest Flora potted not over gallon size bloom con sidered 1 00 Prettiest FlowFr potted not over gallon size foliage con sidered 1 00 Prettiest Cross made of Holly to bo two feet long 1 00 Prettiest Heart made of Cedar to bo ono foot across 1 00 Handsomest Boy Baby under ono year C 00 Handsomest Girl Baby under ono year 5 00 Handsomest Boy or Girl under 8 years one half hours ride on the Flying Dutchman to be judged at 2 oclock p in on the first day of Fair The Boy Baby hug will bo judged by three gentlenen In Floral Hall at 2 p in on the second day The Girl Buby King will bo judged by three gentlemen none of whom shall have served an Judge irr the Boy Baby Ring in the Floral Hall at 2 p m on the third day of the Fair Guards will attend the Judges after the awards are made until the Band plays Home Sweet Home FIRST DAY Best Buck any age 2 f 0 Heat lave any ago 2 fiO Best Buck Lamb 2 f0- BcstKwo Lamb 2 60 Heat hoar any age 2 f 0 Best Sow any age 2 fiO lest Boar under G months S3 and 1 4 00 Best Gilt under G months 3 and 1 1 00 j Best Bull any age 5 and 3 8 00 Best Milk Cow any age 5 and 3I S 00 Best Calf either scx under 8 months SO and sa 8 00 Best Fatted Steer or Heifer under 1 year oj and 3 8 00 Bast Pair Cattle any age 5 and 3 8 00 RtrxxiNO HACK Free for all half milo heats j best 2 in 8 i Puree SJO 510 and 5 PACK on lnorFor horses that never won a race mile heats 2 in 3 Purse 75 45 20 and JO MmK HACK Running half mile heats 2 in 3 Purse 8 I 1 2 50 null 1 BAMOOX ASOKXSIOX 3000 feet Inch at 430 p m SECOND DAY Best Pair of Mules any age single ownership 5 and 3 8 00 Best Mule mare or horse any age o and 3l 8 00 Bwt MuloColt marc Ir horse 5 and 8 8 00 Best Harness StoJHbn anv ago 5 aura 3 8 00tBeet Harness Mfire or Gelding any age f anti l3 8 00 Best Sllddl Stallion any ape 8 00 Best Brood Mare any ago with micking colt Innd 3 800 i ID Prs WUTPICASKEY Secy4SfliikSevid to Secretary for Catalogue other informationFt ibAbbW 17Zt1FailrmG Livingston Ion1tuclY BybeeW yearsMifla bicycleThree orNcwportfatallyAt localityLexington IcinitylAr onolegged jalllKjnlLbndJyjfurknmp Etidyvihof 60I The traders deposit bank of Mt Ster ling has filed papers at Frankfort to tho effect that its capital stock will be reduced from SlJOUOO to 100000 Garrett Patterson a popular young man of Jessamine count v was drowned while trying tosnvellissInrrietHocker 7n friendi from mooting the same futojj i A ofnineyearold daughter nms- I Scaton was playing on n 1110 of lumber I nt Oweiifiboro Taw pile topplrd ovoron the girl and she is probably fatally in lured A magic lantern showman shot at John Brown an desperate character mid ox convict and 15 year old Kldrew Plumber at a school house just outside of Vanceburg Three brothers are candidates for office in Brcathitt countyJ Wise Hngins wants to be county judge D F Iin Ins county school superintendent and A L HagiiiH circuit clerk Wm Miller tho principal witness against John charged with the murder of John C Colson nt Middles boro was ehot and killed at Cumberland Gap by a traveling showman The largest and probably tho oldest pear tree in tho stato is located at tho parks homo near Mnyslick Mason county It is over 100 ycard old and is threo feet six inches in diameter A fire which originated in the kitchen of the Green hotel at Wllmorc caused the destruction of that hostelry together with Joplin A Cos general store aud Whitnam Cos cigar factory caughtthotiro control of the Richmond Register on the 27th lust the proceeds to bo used infirmaryWilliam near Morehcnd ono tiny last week When the body was found part of the lower limbs had been devoured by hogs Gov Bradley has offered a rewardof 200 for the murderer I Williams was lynched near Brush IJnekKnox couutv He and his brother Tom wore accused of outraging Miss Vina Bays a deaf mute girl Tom mar tied the girl and escaped lynching but is in jail at Barbourvillo charged with assault Kentucky la coming to the front in tt o I spite of Klondyke opposition Lend has just been found in Russell county onyx eau bo taken out by the load in Hart Edmonton and Monroe and theres gold in Hardln and Owen There are bettor places thnn the Alaskan country nearer home Sanford Aubcrry living on Mill draujjhs Mill killed last week n spotted make eight feet long anti nearly as largo i I mound as a mans leg weighed pounds and is believed to be the largest I hiiake over in the county says the News lie also killed tho sumo week the largest rattlesnake ever seen on the hill It was four feet two inches long and had thirteen rattles and a button A Remarkable Cure of Chronic Diarrhea In 18G2 when I served my country private in Company A lG7th Pennsylvania I Volunteers 1I contractedI chronic diarrhroa It has given mo a great deal of trouble ever since I have tried a dozen different medicines and several prominent doctors without any pcrma nent relief Not long ago a friendsent mo n sample bottle of Chamberlains Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy and after that I bought and took a 50 cent bottle and now I can say that I am entirely cured I cannot be thankful enough to you for this great Remedy and recommend it to all suffering veto rans If in doubt write me Yours gratefully Henry Steinborger Allen town Pa Sold by J T Day Night prowlers have been on tho wark ma I linrdensvegetables which our hardworking people are trying to raise to keep them through tho winter Wo would advise these same nIght hawks to look a leedlo out for they may get n dose of cold lead B8 several ofour cltirens are Irtying fOr them Elder J T Pieratt returned homo ChnpelSouthjust closed a two weeks meeting Dar ing tho meeting ho had 07 additions many of whom he baptised He also or ganized a Sunday school aud prayer lItt- P iC4 1 l- U 4a Z 4 QOBestwagon ooSrKcrALBest Jack any age 10 and 5 15 00 Class Mile heats 2 in 3 Purse 200 125 45 and 80sRuxxixo HACK Free for nil half mile heats 2 in 3 Purse l0a 2510 and 5 lPOTTIXO RACiFor Buggy Horses strictlt never track Flour2000H100ItiBAUOOX AsfKxeiox One mile high at 130 p m THIRD DAY 00BestnoBCit00JlIt ai IIIBestBest Lady Rider not under sweet 10 5 and 3t 8 en- CiAss Mile heats 2 in1 Purse 200 1261 and 30 mOllUhcoBICYCU RACK Half mile heats 2 in 3 Purse 8 2 anti 1 FOOTKACB =150 yards heats 2 in 3 Purse G 4 mill 2 FOURTH DAY oubeatdaWalkand 3 00 CoxsoiATipx RACK This race is for horses that have BturU I in QUO or nl6re races during this Fair sort failed to win a roc mile heats 2 in 3 Purse 35 20 10 and 5 CLASS Pace or Trot milo heats 2 in 3 Purse 200 i 125 45 stud 30 NOVKITY Ruxxixo RACK Free for all A dash of three quarters Jn of n mile Purse 50 10 to horse that is fim at first quarter Sib to horse that is first at second quarter and i to horse that is first at last quarter flurtimesBALLOUX ASCKXSIOX Out of sight at 430 p ILL Ou FASHIOXKD DKMOCHATIC BAitiiKcrnun Sopt 13 isjff j FaCECIL the Bteta t Sb hasbcen killed Dugan wagon killed as- a It is always gratifying to receive tr gti monists for Chamberlains Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy and when tho endorsement is from a physicion it it es pecially SB Thero is nomoro satisfac tory or effective remedy than Chamber lains Colic Cholera and Diarrhrca Remedy writes Dr R E Roby phy sician and 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