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J vfr ffir JJry w yy0 i h r 714AAiWW1Wwlbdk +yFW erMap tiW N 4+IM hti I lY Ir iTIE tlAZBrlIuORS12N Hna jj March 4 1885 Madff mOM to the Story of Jonathan and His Continent by Max ORell 0 4 Owner end EditorCOOPERSPENCER ora NotayWorld wtth Nw From All NfUoa umb rtg nt rrti Enak tU d A Y1AII Always In Aavan l b S THIRTEENTH YEARyCOUNTY fiENTUCIZYTftUR DAY NOVEMBER 18 1897 N I l I I i lfl oAREPOnnE- I e + r IU VttFE COUHTT h Ttlim Tcilci- In B F Molina ia on tbe tick list InWt and bird hunting is the ord1 when I gtt time ii time bill I ow e idlIb those bills those countless bills r I till not be slow Wen I get tlme tlrenm of blissffyj glorious Atoalharear Nn yens from now Bat I cnnt finish this I have no time Vogue =c O 7 = = == t3 40 EPOnDEnflE + I WOLFS COUNTY M Daysboro Doings lid Graham was in town Saturday Moody Lacy went to Hazel Green Ilast tj kndayIt Oney passed through Daysboro Monday Uacle Billy Kash was in this vicinity Jfeedy Will Henry Wilson went to Hazel Green Monday French Jones of Grassy wasin Days Uro Saturday Thomas J Amyx went to Hazel Green Sae day lost week Drue Lacy was visiting in this neigh borhood last week Jib Maud Taulbcc was visiting Miss llollle Oney Sunday J N Lacy wns visiting on Lacy creek Saturday and Sunday Amos Nickell wont to Hazel Green on business one day last week Henry Shockwent to tho head of Redriver one day last week Lee Fallen went to Hazel Green Sun day night to attendchurch W G W Crucy of Lucy Creek was ID this neighborhood Monday Alonzo Tones passed through Daysboro Saturday going to Hazel Green Major Wm H Tanlbcc was in Days toro one day last week looking well- J W Taulbec attended the teachers association at Hazel Green Saturday Mrs Alice Amyx went to Hazel Green Saturday to attend teachers nasociaton Dfra J N Lacy visited her brother W T Caskey nt Hazel Green Sunday throughDaysboro Green Ira W T Caskey of Hazel Green xna visiting with Mrs4J N Lacy one day last week Some of the boys are having a fine time running foxes slut running themI it nil they cant catchem Born to the wife of Joe Roberts on the 1m Jnst n boy Joe should name hun for his cousin Senator elect A D Roberts A letter from I S Farmer of Haystack to your scribe says i All us Re publicans got in Powell county nt the j HellHalfor1 certainNov CurrencyGeorge Sun4ayI registeredHouse Saturday Capt W L Hurst has been in Tuck Ion all the past week Attending court Robert Lee Athy returned from Jack IOn Friday where he had been on busi ness n H f oClayweekon I W l Morris the Banner mhn hasgono back to Jackson H M Sword iis sow Bangorcor16 JACK H Tollter Topics B F Doting is hauling ducks to Roth well this week BI Mannln toCamptonLon Clnrk took a fine bunch of cattle I t Mt Sterling market Fridayr Jeff countylast JSG G Cox and Miss Lou Ward took in tho sights at Campton Saturday I Constable elect Willie Cox of Morgan county was in Tolivcr Saturday I John Short midwife of West Liberty were visiting in Toliver Saturday end SundayMiss of no + a Leo Wills hns pone to POh ellcounty to stay a while with relatives and friends Misses Corn and Lizzie Mnnnin Klsie Bolin antI Frances Sweeney were the guests of Miss Nannie Mannin Sunday Clarence Picratt of Grassy seems to haven hankering In this neighborhood from some cause best known to himself Severn of tho young people of Toliver attended the regular meeting of the new preacher Rev Eversolc at Mnytown He is a fine young preacher in his teens A meeting will begin at Sandfield on Friday night conducted by Elders Yo cum Whitt Murphy Borders Hunter Moore and others Everybody invited A Floyd Byrd commonwealths attor ney elect and present county superinten dent paid his last nnnunl visit to Sand field school Friday He gave an interesting and sensible talk as he always doesNov 1C SHIN KB Lee City Lilacs Miss Lane Taulbee visited in town SaturdayC and n M Elam have gone to Louisville to lay In goods A Mr Smith from Troublesome moved into our town Monday Miss Monta Fallen visited in Hnzcl Green from Friday till Monday The school nt this place is progressing nicely with an enrollment of 85 John Wilson Logstou passed through here yesterday enroute for Uoone Fork J F Havens representing Ryland Auxicr Co was calling on our mer chants Friday W T Colvin representing Trimble Bros Mt Sterling was interviewing our merchants Friday- M H Courtney of Clay City was iin town Saturday in the interest of th Center lumber company Mandy the little three yenr oldlaugh- ter of Charley Patrick foil in tho firei and was badly burned on Saturday Oscar Fallen nnd It F Anderson have each bought nn ornnn of J T Geve don and Brit Stricklin started to the station yesterday nfter them Rev Long in company with ThomasI Cnskey passed through Lee City Monday on their return front Mngotlln where Itavlong had been holding n series of meetingsNov Trrmx MORGAN COUNTY Consolation Chat I Quite n crowd attended church at thisI place Sunday Hon A F Byrdof Campion pns co through here last Monday Rev Dr Gevedon filled u his appoint ment here last Saturday evening Monroe Havens the little Hazel GreenI jeweler passed through hero Monday Toe Miller and wife and others were guests of E F Cecil and Gamily Sunday Carl Mizo and Miss Ava Swango were pleasant visitors in this neighborhood t Monday Mr anti Mrs Wallace and family were guests of Oscar Cecil nnd family last Sunday Several from this place attended the meeting at Caskey school house Sunday evening w 1 rW + a13r GSi+ 7r Rev H D Adams returned home on Monday from SalycrsTille rhere he had been to preach Services were held at the Consolation ltoyeJos ticipated John and Morton Cecil attndcd the Presbyterian services at Hrizel Green n night nnd enjoyed Rev Wullins sermon very notch IUncle Jim Oldficld now has nearly nil l11IIIt Ulysses Ar and John Whitaker sanKB Undo Dove Whitnker pnsscd through Rlust week on their way home from West Virginia where they had been 11tradingNov 10 a NvetH MAGOFFIN COUNTY Cyrus ChipsIHealth iis good and news is cnrceHCorn is better than it was expected to be and gathering is tho order of the dry The boys have quit drinking since thor election guess they have to pay for their own liquor nowalQuito a number front here will shortly go from hero to attend school at the Hazel Green academy J L Adams and W H Roark of Ha zel Green after n short visit with reIn ton tives and friends returned to their re spective duties at the Hazel Green send easy The election is over and tho boys areIt preparing to tree n trip up Salt riverL I I Only one Democrat elected in the coun ty and that was justice of tho peace at fin the head of Licking river hart times for DeinpcratH in old Msigofliu Nov 9 QinTiMrK Congress Again The congress of the United States will assemble in regular session on the first Monday in December This IIMH a rather portcnlioiH sound about it but it has but little practical significance Noth inn of great national consequence is likely to be done The tariff tinkering Iis finished so far ns the present congress is concerned It Is n failure but its authors dare not take up the subject again for four they will make n worse failure Tho currency question will in nil probnbility be in the some condition at the close of the session as it is now There will be some ambiguous advice in the presidents message and some bun combe talk at both ends of tho capital but the senate and the house ore eo far loopefor legislation Bankruptcy and cuts gration bills may bo passed but they will not be measures to give tho legisla tors historic prominence There is not much chance for congress to get out of commonplace lines unless it pushes tho Cuban question with greater vigor titan the ndministintion does It insure that l not till of the senator and Representa J tines will be indifferent on tho subject and thero will be frequent throwing of firebrands If tho speaker is in go on exorcising full power over tho house of representatives ho will be n most impor taut factor There was n sort of n com J bination between him nod the president during the extra session of last spring and last summer Mr Reed was to bully the houso so ns to get n tariff hill1 through and many of tho Iepublicn- nicntbers I submitted to being bullied be cause they did not want to get out of line with the new ndminisLrnlion so early Mr Reed played the part because ho did not like McKinley mill thought the picasi dent wns pursuing tho policy that would be fatal to him Mr Reed has been as sisted in his tyranny by the members o j the majority because it was understood to bo port of tho party programme Tho time may come in tho next session when the members will want to have some thing to say themselves They will not submit to being domineered over forever because they love the speaker for they do not Cincinnati Enquirer To Care a Cold In Ono Day Take Laxative Bromo Quinine Tablets All druggists refund money if it fails to cure 25c 0- I c f The New Senate The new state senate will consist of 2G Democrats and 11 Republicans Of tho members elected recently 19 arc Dem crats and 3 Republicans Following Is a of complete list VRVf MEMnEHR to Second district Ballard Carlisle Mar shall nnd McCracken McD Ferguson Fourth dist Caldwoll Crittenden and- 1VebtcrIlugh McConuellt Fifth dietllenderson and UnionJ up Thomns Wilson Sixth dlst Christian and Hopkins C Crenlha- w8eenthdlstOhio Muhlenburg and in ETurnerf Eighth dlst Diivicsa and Mcl an S Triplett- Tenth BrecklnrldgeHancock and L Jollyf Twelfth dist Bullitt Gravwn an- dardinS 0 Jones Fourteenth dlit Nelson Shelby and Newton Frazier Sixteenth dist Clinton Cumberland Adair and Wayne W E MI- ler Eighteenth dist Lincoln Casey Oar nt and Boyle G T Farris Twentieth dlst Anderson Franklin Mercer Llllard H Carter l Twenty second dist Jessamine Scott and WoodfordDr T R Welch Twenty fourth dlst Kenton William n Goobel Twenty sixth dlst Bracken Pendle nnd Grant W T Volcrs Twenty eighth dlstlJourben Clark nUll Montgomery Capt J M Thomas Thirtieth dist Harrison Nicholns and Jnraoa C Gillcspic Thirty second dist Boyd Groenup awrence nnd Elliott J J Johnson Thirty fourth dist Breathilt Mngof Morgan Owslcy and WolfA D Roberta Thirty sixth dist Jefferson county andt First and Second wnrds of Louisville Thomas IL hays Thirty eighth dist Eighth Ninth Month Eleventh and Twelfth words of the oily of Louisville George II Alex dcr 1 IiOL11 algItBoFirst trictJoultnn Hlckman anti lrnvcs1I Elniore Third dist Lyon Livingston and Gal lownyFenton Sims Ninth dist Logan Simpson nnd Todd l II G Petriet Eleventh dist Warren Edmonson nnd AllenT 8 Lay Thirteenth dist Hart Lame and- Green1V J Bale Fifteenth disk Mnrlon Washington nnd Tnylor0 C McChord Seventeenth list Laurel Pulaskl Whitley Knox Hell Jackson and Boc- kcnstlc1111 Clnrkt Nineteenth dist Barren Metcalfo and Monroe W II Joncsf Twenty first dlst Henry Oldham Carroll nnd Trimble Park C Smith Twenty third dist Gnllatln Boone I nnd OwennoH Drown Twenty fifth dist Campbell W J isaemt Twenty seventh dtstFayetteC J llron ton Twenty ninth dlst Madison Powell Kftill and lxe John Bcnncttt Thirty first dist Mason and Lewis D Ruminansf Thirty third distlerry Clay Letch or Harlnn Floyd Pike Knott LeslieI Martin and Johnson Win Dingusf Thirty fifth dist Rowan Hath Flout Carpetrntcrf Thirty seventh dist Fourth Fifth Sixth mill Seventh wards Louisville Christian Stcgof Democrat Republicans fi DemPop t Tho Kentucky legislature which hat U just been elected consists of about 8 Democrntfl nnd 20 Republican and 2fi Democrats to 12 Republicans This ia most complete revolution Deboo was elected senator by n majority of 2 on jninl ballot The Democratic majority on joint ballot In the next legislature wilt be about 7f About tho only panacea for hard times is n dispositon to keep the dollar moving Spend your money pay your debts e pecially the printer but live within your means and thus avoid hard tutee I J It ff Q fr J u J c LWlii ItoliNl In100kIDIfur R dentally discovered I an ola minute f book the proceedings of the town council Newport extending from May KJ ITW Marco 1 1834 The citrof Newport was In Ijta InflicT then as some extracts from the record show i The first pAge of the record IU allies by n copy of the net establishing the town of Newport It must lhave beta Ycrv small then for the act states that there wore only seven trustees Thi rasa 1796 The trustees were Thomas Kennedy Washington Berry Hehf Hrh car Thomas Lindsay Nnjhan MellyjakJames McClure and Daniel Diignri They met at the houso of Jacob Fowler Moi dRY May 0 179G for organization JaeaTaylor was appointedclerk Age must have had tho preference In those days as the board ordered that the oldest trustee should Jpreside ma chairman of this end all subsequent meetings The minutes for July 28 1803 show that n deed was executed to the United States for n parcel of landcontaInIng five acres nnd six square poles of land lying on the Licking river near the mouth and extending from the Esplanade to Taylor street for the purpose of erecting magazine arsenal etc This Will the site of the old Newport barrack The following peculiar extracts art taken from the old record IIAugust 5 1796 Ordered That the town surveyor of the streets do with tbM hand within the town limits Make and keep in repair rends opposite tho following cross streets to extend to the water mark on Cabot Columbia and Monmouth streetsMarch 17 1817 Ordered That a tax offloO be levied on tho inhabitants for he purpose of repairing tho streets and alleys Ordered That Toi M Pike nnd John McClure be appointed assessors their compensation to be 1 per day each while actually employed June 17 1817 notice was given to tho xx- wner of the courthouBo that the seine watt n nuisance nnd must bo removed before the 30th soak under penally oC the lawkMarch 27 1820 tho ordinance estab lishing the Newport market was pasted Article 2 rellllIAny person who shan buy arty nrliclo of marketing within the town on market dove between ti and 10 1except nt tho market house shall forfeit Profanity a was not allowed according to Section f Any person who shall make uso of n blackguard or indecent expression in the bearing of any female who may be at market shall forfeit It for each ofToiiHC Thu town clerk who had rcrved many years being absent one evening was discharged and his Hucccssor elected all in one night At n meeting held April 1 1820 Arch ibald Brown being absent without any known entire it was ordered that ho be fined 50 cents On June 11 1833 30 was allowed for filling up Pink alley or so much thereof r8 is necessary to erect n market homo upon Resolution was adopted allowing Stephen Chipincn 112J for draining r the water from Jessamine alley down Y the river bank Thomas Winton 35 for plastering tho market houso anti J II McOlurn 10 for lime nulls etc for tho market house It was resolved that John Taliaferra bo allowed tho sum of 2fi for his eery vices as clerk for 18T2 liDO In Gold Given Away The Youths Advocate NnshvilloTena paperUt people of all ngcs offers 100 in gold to r4 athe person who will form tho greatest j number of words from the name Draugb on It also offers tree a bicycle gold watch or scholarship in Drnugbons prac ticnl business college Nashville Tenn Galveston or Toxnrknna Texas or irt some other school Every person who trLr enters the contest will got premium of some kind Send at onco for tree eemr y espialsrtp i all Contest closes April 201898 ftv f es i Now is the tine to snbecrIbi d it tLc r s tgt Att J THE HERALDt uUOD GOorD Uttr HAZCL CHECH KY THURSDAY Nov 18 1897 TiOS Y FITZFATMCI A Cudidtte for ReEIectloi to Congress lion T Y FitzpmricV who him so faithfully looked after the interest of thus congressional district during this hit first term will ask an endorsement the hands of the party and in fact he in this as has beeu usual from time imme morial deserves it richly Mr Fitzpat ride Iis in the rich manhood of hit prime endowed with splendid intellect and ca pabililf and has rapidly made himself Kcquaintcd with the workings of congress and the nerds of the district and to elect H novice in his stead would only be to lose the valuable time and experience of a first term ofa good and faithful ser rant which is an uncertain experiment to say the least lie has never been a chronic office seeker having I tit once before served in the popular branch of the state legislature during the session of 812 and in which he tuck high rank and drew Ms fellow members to him as r U rlinv friends It is a characteristic of this big hearted brainy Kentuckian nmnitestcd riot only then but equally ma- LL in the national congress where no south irn member stands nearer to the speaker Plr Reed than he Ills merit j jnp predated and he is now on several im 111 portant committees notably pensions Hud the worthy old veterans have a staunch friend in Tom Fitzpatrick In fact he is H working member rind just Mich an one as the district needs We speak nut disparagingly of others who tray ask the nomination should there be such for there lire many worthy Democrats in our great district in the mountains and the hive graves but our heart goes out to Tom mill oimpleI justice says givsbu n- an endorsement by a rcnominntion So mote it bo THE WINNERS Come nil ye Hiiuu reamers And listen to anysang Thru hit this candid world decide If I urn right or wrong DIXTO Ilcdwlnc reelected It was the peoples ta to To put this judge right hack again To fill his honored place lies been nn lament judge for all At leant t nin Inclined To say with other that tin fault With him could tiny find There A 10 Ilynl comes next In line Whose principle arc true Youll neer regret the longest day That his friend pulled him through i Ins host career a spotless one Nn better cnn be round To grase the courts throughout the land This star of Ciitnpton town 01 Thrasher Combs Ill tunic my llyre And sing n line or two It was PIrratt mud Hazel Green That safely put him through No matter if Isis friend proved file Opponents round him thick lint for good men like Thrasher Comb Well nlways turn the trick Twould take up too much tissue and space To write About them till Hut I rim glad Wolfe county rolled The Democratic ball Hazel Green Ky BAM Wttxo- Nocooooo0000000000000 i NUGGETS 00000000000000000000 THE Morgan Meswngcr came out list weak bearing the euphonious title Tho Old Rag Tnt total vote cast in Kentucky at the recent election was not far from liooooo A nOYAb decree granting autonomy to Cubs will ho otllcially announced about c November U eassTiiliu is said to be a movement on foot to organize a coal trust by the opcr ratomsf in the Pittaburg district i a Tin BenttyvHlo Enterprise is now ed a ted bv James W Stcele tho lease of t XvJ w11ag ilsiviug expired auverat- yi J rao w i sJ I i si rt aFa SAKUELSiucKELFonu recently elect ed cleft of the court of appeals was Married to Miss Mariamner Magoflin of Duluth Minn last Wednesday SINCE the defeat of the RepublicanI tbllliTomI the leadership of the party in that state A TRAIN on tho Missouri Pacific rail road was held up in tho cerebrated Blue cut near Independence Mo the other day by five masked men The rubbers only secured t2SCi tI AND now the negroes of Indiana are agitating the caus of organizing an in dependent party and cut loose from th Republicans and Democrats on account of nonrecognition Tilt Frankfurt Capital after moving to Louisville and accomplishing its pur pose of defeating Todd for mayor has suspended publications It way one of the Courier Journal ofFcpringH SENATOR CHANWKU of New Hamp shire has written a letter to the Washing too Pout in which he predicts a Democratic congress in ISJR and a free silver bill signed by Win J Bran nl president shortly after WOO if the Republican party abandons the cause of bimetallism for the gold standard TilE Union Pacific railroad was recent ly sold at public auction under foreclos lire of mortgage ut Omaliu Neb for 571l00000 the largest sum eyer paid for any piece of property ever sold in thin country ItWitH purchased by a syndicate until for tho first time the guy ernment comes out without lows is A nilr will bo presented to the nextI Miiino legislature to punish sportsmen a who accidentally shunt or kill men in the wood The rniiiMirc is prompted by the number of fatalities which have occurred lately It in claimed that thw hunters who kill jiersons mire green tpurtsmen who become excited rued blaze at army moving object they ecu MIKH MARiAiiirr IINOFIS who mnde free silver speeches in Kentucky during tho presidential campaign and who re Gently joined a dramatic company writ 1I that she has tint withdrawn from the race for Mate librarian but ill still a CUll dilate for that position Sho has to earn a living for herself annul invalid mother theIstage temporarily 1 n IT is rumored that the next 1 legislature will mako some changes in the election laws The probabilities are that the party dcnlgiiH will bo dune sway with and will be further modeled after the Massachusetts clccium law requiring time voter to write tho name of time candidate for whom he wishes to vote This may do well enough in souse places but riot in time south where M much illiteracy exists especially nmung time blacks ONI of the saddest stories in our po litical history is that which tells of the btnlcsmaii in Andrew Jacksons tune who cMtno to Washington to obtain ids share of tho spoils mud who departed enriched only with a pair of old boots This historic precedent It now eclipsed by tho record of Dr W Godfrey Hunter who aspired to the proud position of governor of Kentucky and who sinks into oblivion UK envoy extraordinary mind min inter plenipotentiary to Guatemala and Honduras This seers to ennui forever the hopes of Republicanism in Kentucky New York World it Tun Hank of English ndmul Us branches at Marengo Ieavenwortli mind Cannclton received deposits until late Friday afternoon and failed to open their doors Saturday morning The owners of the four banks J H Weathers and II II Willctt are missing Assets will probably amount to 100000 while the liabilities aura said to be over 300000 Tho county treasurer of Crawford count bud 118000 on deposit and school true tees had sums ranging from 1000 to 2600 deposited in time various bunks One depositor who lost 7000 says ho will spend 10000 moro to catch tin convict Weathers and Willett Groat Music Offer Send us time names quad addresses ofII I three or moro performers on time piano or organ together with ten cents in ail ver or postage and wo will mail you ten pieces full sheet music consisting of popular songs waltzes marches etc ar ranged for tho piano and organ I IIIJdfannpolillInIJ I iri Ri IE E3=3=3m 1Ie I Are Ripe t oJ 11withus and theres nothing to be done but the plucking for tolI II than the finest cherries you ever saw We have to offer twc answer They are such great bargains that youll hardl so little money so we offer I Inut 1 t e First Bite in 200 mens tine all wool suits in Clay Worsteds Cheviots s ebuttoncutaways in blues and blacks swell tailoring in even riur farmers satin We have never sold these goods for 1 less ji of them cost us less than f12 wholesale but you can pluck oiNow Pluck t Other Bites are 76cJOOt storetany I as well 111alla shirt and wear like iron Of course you know what all these goods are without further description but will add that theyre all new guodII Now Pluck I us Louis Gus Straus I THE PIONEER CLOTHIERS 1 LEXINGTON Y 1L Truth Prophesied Five years before silver was demone tized or in 18CS it was prophesied that that the demonetization of silver would paralye prosperity wherever it occurred 180 it has Time prophets were Count Wolownki and Mr Seyd two distinguish ed European bimctallists They pup 18G8Ihilltintroduction of the gold standard was begun in Paris ThIlllid The de monetization of silyer by any great civilized tuition must produce tho following results I Tho international trade of the world will instantly show signs of decline to time special injury of the countries having the largest international trade 2 The spirit of public enterprise in railroads and other useful undertakings will be immediately checked and conse quently the general progress of civiliza tion will suffer 3 The decline in price will compel countries internationally indebted to depart more rued moro from the principles cf free trade toward n policy of protec thin 111 Tho nations of the world will be tralllIIlIgtween them unsafe and precarious ft Throughout the world a decline in prices will follow injurious alike to owners of real property end the laboring classes and advantageous only and un justly srto the holders of state bonds and similar securities ii Ono of tho principal difficulties in this period of general depression will be that the people will look for its causes in sill possible directions The advocates of the gold standard will tiller all possible groundless and fantastic excuses or rea sons of n secondary nature onlyI and the real cause the demonetization of sliver will bo overlooked until the perspicuity of the phenomena and dire necessity shall force thinking men to point it out gets prophecies cans boast of such liter al verification of their predictions Nash vine Sun For a demoralized partywhich the Democrats clerrly were in entering upon this election they have achieved won dory in the conflict with a uifitcd and a triumphant ene It is ominous for time future and time Republicans will du well to acknowledge rather than ignore iit 1kt ton Herald This was n bad year for busies Tom Platt announce that he will retire from active leadtrihip in Nw York The Coxdon the toe of n boot and the voters of Ohio threw u brick at Mark llannn that disabled horn for life Ionisville DIs patch Of 20 circuit judges elected in the state 21 are Democrats and 5 Rcpubl cans Of 2U commonwealths attorneys 23 are Democrats nod U Republicans S S Combs uric of Campions rcpre off ROSE DAVISO- PRACTIOALo BLACKSMITHS AND WAGON MAKERS IIIA EL GREEN KENTUCKY r Jr= II E MAKE A SPECIALTY OF I1UILDING FARM and ROAD WAGON 1use the Best Material and Guarantee Satisfaction Cull and get our prica 1I when you need anything of the kind give me your order Patron Homo People get only Nosiest Work nod be Happy IN THE IiOItSE SHOEING AND REPAIR DEPARTMENT WE employ only skilled labor every man being an artist in his Hpccwltyw I your work is respectfully solicited Winonestor1 1 1 Bank WIXCHKSTKU KY N II WITIinUSIOOX lre ttentIIt n II UNTKlt Cashier I Paid up Capital 20000000 Surplus 0000000 Thin Hunk solicits the nccountN of mer chants il rill Irll traders and business men generally throughout Hasten Kentucky Ilndthtlegitimate i uuklugoetl8ly I W1LH OZ- ar 1fJPractical Painteri II IIAKT OltKKX KY 4 iiI IHardwoodI Finish a SpecialtyiI Mall Orders receive prompt ftII I Ij attention 1fJ1 o 1J4tiJ I 1JV I I FARM J uU I II FOR SALES I I olltr fr vile nn IHienil leriii my farm j Tying on Illiickwiiiur four miles liclmV Kiel known an till MiltsI hash firm 175 acres oi i i which is tilt minot vaKinlilo tract of unim proved Und in Morgan county with timber nu it miflleleat to pay fur the lurid I will divide the laud to suit purchaser and sell the improved purt separate Irani ire n STKVK IIKItArr Kzel Ky or addres- sJ C TRIMBLEMt Ky rt ff If- u 11iJ 1le Frt a1 Physician and Surgeon HAZEL GREEN KY- rSurmervE and obstetrics sepecrhf r1tPIATTORN EVATLAV CAMPTON KV rCuileetlusosperhnltytJ WJ WITH W M KERR CO JOIIUKUB IN Hardware Agricultural Im len- IRONTO tI ft HOWARD STAMPFR A ATTOfNEYAT4tr OAMPTON KY Will practice In time courts of VoH enlrllttl aadtlt adjoining comiHe All business to in care will rerelvn prompt attend wnms W IafIJIAZIrJ GREEN KY Blacksmiths and WagonmaW Havlin heated lint 1t4IHue of input complete limit II soul + iiep rank hng tools and materialI are j rel dr do all kinds of ratesGnnr IlIll lIullrltl1 a most reasnnaldi un trial Lesp- cctfullvfv f WAlU O W VI1KEI f THE HERA lDFon J J Pl IJ1J 1 1J 4- v + t a fHE HERALD sr pf AOAOa1 itO ALLIScIIZGS + Dont forget tho printer but bring on those prOVisinttstfiamplo UI and brother Steve RRfPOnDEneE + tig cot VMFK COOKTT lay hfIUYICI t at Irs B F Ming iill on the tick nit Jday j ordiHlIlIIluct in Menefee for some months past is again making her home in Hazel Green Misses Ida sad Stella Roso attended the association of Wolfe county tencbera I at Haiel Green academy Saturday I IDr John A Taulbco left on Monday morning for lint Springs Ark where be will remain abont a month in search of health Preaching lit the Methodist church next Sunday night at 7 oclock by Rev JoitIVurd All lire cordially invited to be present Mrs J H Thompson who has been suffering with a severe rising on her face for Mice time had it lanced last week and is now some better Born to the wife of Joo Roberts on Sunday morning a bny1r Nickell officiated at the ceremony sadsays the new corner was n Bouncer There Tbc regular services at the Hose school house by Rev 1 It Word next Sunday at I11l oclock in the morn ing and 2tO in till afternoon There wins no services at the Christian church Sunday night the congregation went to the Tresbyterian church to hear Rev Wnllin the new minister of that church Henry 1ieratt wants to leave for Hot Springs Ark within the next few days and wants all who owe him to cull and settle at once as he says he is compelled to ruiro money Dr Nickel Will called to see George Handy on Laurel lust Friday who hnd severely cut hill right foot while chop ping wood The wound was ninth Live inchc in lengthand an inch in depth Dr Nickel dressed the WOIIIIIIIIIIII took five or six stitches in time rut Topics for sermons Sundayat the Christian church roc Our Gifts at 11 a m and Knowing GodIlt MO p in It iis especially requested that every member of the church be present at tho morning services Everybody is cordially invited to attend both services Itev11ir I Wallin the newly appoint elll minister for tho Presbyterian church at this place preached an eloquent and instructive sermon Sunday night to a crowded house All gave him a heart welcome to our town to which place he willsoon move with his family Quinine hot bathsI null mot drinks as remedies for a cold often derange the functions open the pores mad make the system susceptible to more cold Dr BellTar Honey goes to time sent of the trouble and cures the disease without the slightest injurious cllbct At the prayer meeting on next Ved1 cuddy evening in the Christian church tho subject will he Tlic Prayers of time Apostles If the prayer meeting is II the Iindex of the church spirituality some member of the church do notslmw much spirituality All the members aru urgod to attend tho midweek meeting J Prank Taulbec a practicing attor ney of Georgetown Texas and a cousin of plneefasnight en route to KQ W VH on legal1 business He Taulbeehispromised to call and see nlldrellew the acquaintance of old friends ache onMillaway about sixteen years Oving to unforeseen circumstanceIIhenry iron8utrtiogI I wt 1londnyail wasseryemIbeendrawnStatesCOUrtto hoInuI DecemberIreI I It undergoiuornu1I liemayI I p u uhyur corn nod Potatoe- kSr I v Dire John T I countyIstheSmallwoodM will bean heireaa to many thousands if odClMetoaudeettledhiJosephThePendletonhe JonnthanEheirs MrIIAone them The Cincinnati iost sometime Inlluirillg which lends credence to the story that the Smallwood estate I In reality and we hope to see our friends come into their fortune as soon as may be A Thanksgiving service will he held in the Christian church next Thursday at 1030 a m Tho members ofall churches lire asked to join in this service Let everybody assemble on that morning and join in thanksgiving to the Giver of nit things Merchants should close their places of bucines during that hour mechanicsI and workmen should reuse from their labors at that time housewives should not ply their cares then and every one should be found in the public assembly Cant nil of us spend one hour together in such a service Let 115 sec The teachers association fur this lang ill eritl district met at the academy chapel last Saturday afternoon nnd was well nttcndcd Profs Curd and Stevenson gave interesting talks on time necessity of education and the need of good teach ers throughout the land Time program which had been punished in Tot flea AM was fully carried out nod ullre spnnd cheerfully to the themes assigned them while others who were present made appropriate and timely remarks Old papers 20 cents per hundred HOW TO FIND OUT FillII bottle or common glass with urine and let it stand tlIII four mourn a sediment or Httling indicates a ills eased condition of the kidney I When urine stains linen it is positive evidence of kidney trouble Too fnquent desire to urinate or pain in the back is also convincing proof that the kidneys and bladder are out of order WHAT TO no There iis comfort in the knowledge MI of ten expressedI that Dr Kilmers Swamp Hoot the great kidney remedy fulfills every wish in relieving pain in the 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receive the usual quota of mail at his olllco IVt dnei lay I evening Quite a number nf our citizens I minscd their daily papers I IlIarry It Manpini the jovial reprrctn- tatlve j i of herd IVeblcH Co 1orln- nioiith 0 win a guest of the Day HOIIHO one night thiit week and interviewed our merchant Ml Sterling papers report that lint Monday was the best November court lily ever had in that city over 4010 heallIfcalth in tho pens and good IInlllIi i We still have a quantityof rood newspapers on hand which are jnttt the thing to paprr Imo walls of your cabin Only it cents for a package of 5W Next Thursday is thanksgiving day and yon should not forget the editor and his bet hrlJu t bring him a nico flit turkey for the ClcclllllnlliSubscribe now and get Tim HKFAIII until January 118981 for one dollar IILiUle Multio Kyans in on the sick list this weekI rri Mothers 1 nit discom I dInI childbirth can be almost entirely avoided VincofCnrdui relieves ex Ipedant moth givesytonetothegenitalorgrutsand i puts them in conuuion to tmo tuetr won prcFcless painful eliortcnt 1naneyand hastens recovery after It helps a woman j bear etrong healthy children i Win Il 10fQrdui laM also brought lanppillcsl to foryj joy to loving hearts that miijj for a darling baby No woinuu I Iehould neglect to try it for this It cures nine cases out of tell All druggists cell Wine ofCardui Jioo per bottle IFcrI advice In ca3 s rfqjlrlnc exc aIl ThstomslthoCh tunocca Hedlelns Co Chitu nao3 Tenn j I ILALSIJeircri8nCaMji vhen I flat took VIno of Ctrdul butc1 could not have any ehltdren nine later 1 hid a too girl taliy I Imontu wZL 4 1 01 i 1 Itl i jOIir The nest and Oneapest Sclidal In Eanlcrn Kentucky iiSiL tibi i A a lItIf SNORMAL BUSINESS PREPARATORY Next Session Begins wetQUSaag Sept 111897F- ull I Courses Sustained in Every Department Collegiate Preparatory Normal Business and Bible i Thorough Work is Required in all Studios Pursued The Expenses are as Low as Possible 00flllllulI1000J1 nod Ts 00KurTerin Tor Catalog and furl her Intormiitlun write to WM H CORD Principal HAZEL CREEN KY fi = 06 a TRAINING AND FEED STABLE I have opened my Training nnd Ihorn Stablo and will keep on hand plenty of food nud n full Htipply of vehicles and traps PnrtioH Ri corningi hero front n distance who may doHiro horfitH pastured lor a fuv hays or wookn can havo tho biHt pantnro at roaeonablu rntoa I 4i1p11soaccommodation of gucsta of tho Day HOUHO I hove oponud nonrby i1 nrrtlulnpH Livery noble whero r fl will keep IJnygioH Saddlo Horaca and JlnckH for hire at all times PiTHoiiH wishing a vohiclo to moot them at Torrent can telephone mo and have Buy desired vohiclo or saddle horse promptly I will also have n full BIIIM of hacks for hire to drtunmorH ill charge of careful drivers for which tlIIY can contract by tho day for any length of time IVrHontf intending to visit Swiingo Spring will bo moL at ojthor plosnroill t Ar FOR ALL KINDS OF f4 lt li1c1tfl4fJ 1f IIt l f 9 tJ7 GALL AT THE 1IEHALU OFFICE s y n EDUCATION tr +3 A BUSINESS 1is absolutely iieec Miry to the young IIIHII or Young WOIUMH Wilt would win snccesN in life TliNbeing conceded it Is or the first Importance Igd your training at llm school that utaiiiUlu the vdry front rank the BRYANT StRATflHi BUSINESS COLLEGE Louls illo fy 4 BOfiVKSFiPING 1 1vric or lionulHiil honk itlvtiitf ttet lrnni iiii JiJjrtTUlrl f 1 SHORTHAND ciipiliiL hnnttlncntpiritlous nil over Ihf u1Uf gtpijt rNl TELEGRAPHY be wulletl IKEE College bulJdl V uhCiJeeJtliJrdMiJtf eNMBr- 4 M1S yii iiJAff i ii 8It t 0 l iI1 q i1 11 tT o T f Jt f i f jItyJ + 0 lr- r Tollgatu raiders aro lignin at work InI Bulb county r rMadiNm4 is trying to get a cotton I mill and may aucceed- John 0 Carlisle lisa finally decided U move to New Yurkor A broom factory has been started at Soutislfl g Erttill county Sheriff Craycroft of Springfield was fined laO for shooting a man A quarry of fine lithographic stone has been found in Rock ltie countyI Daniel Adams n Lctclier county des perado was killed while resisting arrest Bloodhounds tracked burglars to a church in Logan county and broke up aI protractedmeeting 8 F M Walker a Maysvillo florist whose hand was cut oil by a circular saw died of lockjaw The Columbia Spectator was the recap lent ofn beet of this years crop thatI weighed five pounds Nino hundred cattle from Chicago will be fed and wintered at flocks dis tillery near Carrollton A coal dealers association has been formed at Lexington with a view to look after shortages in transit Middlcnboro foundry and machine works went up in smoke last Wednesday Loss 250000 insurance lf0000 At Qestvllle in Henry county a heavy windstorm blew down tho Baptist church 1 and live dwelling houses tho other nightI len Curry tho slayer of John Corleii the Louisville drummer at Corbin has bean adjudged insane and sent to the aaylun Clarence Ncwhall a Louisville youth J wouldnt let tho little cigarette alone and BOW ho occupies a cell at the Anchorage 1 1asylum l After the term of the present fiscall court expires the aflairs of Kenton cOlint ty will ho managed hn board of three commissioners In Owen circuit court Mm Ml1rII Dougherty got a verdict for 50 damn t gc against the town of Grntz for allow ing a nuisance Judge Xhidgoll of OwingsvSlIp is of b 1theopinion that the militia will have to be called to Bath county again to litOIii a i tollgate raiding While taking part in a practice game of football at Lexington Willio Bron atigli sustained n compound fracture of I the collar hone rfl Tho dormitory of Central universityd at llichmond was burglarized night of a geld watch nnd a lot of cloth log and beddingfThe nerviest thief on record is in Newport Ho stole a hone and delivery wagon while tho driver was delivering groceries at n residence 1 Last Friday the first game of football Ii over seen in Mt Sterling was played bet I tween the K lr second team of Lex ington and a home team Jessamine county is making prepara tions to appropriately celebrate its cen tennial next year It was formed from apart of Faycite in 1798 rho McCrearv guards Frankforts crack militia company will be mustered out of service on December 22 but will bo ImmodlatolreorrllIircll Mrs Thomas Glonson the young married woman who was so brutally assault f cd by a gang of toughs at Newport is r reported to bo dying from the effects Tim fiscal court of Mnion county has adopted rn order that no pauper shall receive aid outside of the county infir mary except in the way of medical ser vicesA small sired cyclone passed over apart of Graves county recently lift ing one dwelling house from its founds Linn and demolishing about fifteen to I bacco barns Miss Blanche Molloy a teacher in th publio schools at Owcnsboro attempted suicide by jumping into the Ohio river Overwork and excessive study caused F temporary aberration Charles Leo Harrison telephone oper ator nt Owcnsboro was cowhlded by Mrs Maggie Brandon Slo claims that ho listened to conversations of hers over the telephone and repeated them Walter Illracs and Fleming Jordan the two young men alleged to have at Itempted an assault on MillEmmIlS- utJiiTat of Lewis county iwaived rjcnmim vt to li a r n tion sod were held over to circuit court Hltnca in the sumof lf60 and Jordan in the sum r300 Both gnvovbond T Theslate treasury was relieved of 530000 last Friday by checks given nut by Treasurer Long OrthUfSJlI 000 goes to county superintendents and represents the40 pet cent installment to school teachers and 13000 sell to thb deaf and dumb asylum At Danville Shelby county is overrun by a gang of thieves who seem to bo well organized Farmers have been losing considerable property and money of late while at Hemprldge the dry goods store of Pigg ft Co was robbed of a lot of goods and the jvwtofflce and depot also suffered from the depredations of these fellows Leon Taylor a young Harrison county tanner committed suicide by hanging A short titto since Mitts Mary Burns of Cynthiann to whom lie was engaged committed suicide in tho stone manner because lib failed to come on the wed ding day after all preparations had been made Tho following lady school superintend eats were elected in this state lust week Misses Kate E jar Bourbon county Mary Anderson Montgomery Nora Wil kcrson Clark MM Orr Pcntlleton and Mrs Stone Jefferson All Democrats Misses Marshall of Marion and Keith of Fayetto county were candidates but defeated How To Cure Billons Collo I suffered for weeks with colic and pains in my stomach caused by bilious ness and had to take medicine nil the while until I used Chamberlains Colic Cholera and Dinrrhrcii Remedy which cured mo I bare since recommended it to a good many people Mrs 6L F Butler Fairhnven Conn Persons who are subject to bilious colic can ward oil tho attack by taking this remedy as soon as tho first symptoms appear Sold by T Day- Cabbages are usually wintered by bury ing the heads in trenches A better way is to put the routs in trenches the close together anti slanting so as to shed any rain that may get to them Coyer the heads with straw or salt hay and then use boards if the cabbages under u shed no boards will be required When tho heads are buried they begin to rot as soon as the ground thaws but in this manner tho heads cane cut oft as wanted nail tho stalks which are alive will send out sprouts in early spring to be used BH grlcnsE The 8 year old boy of 1 A Johnson of Lynn Center III is subject to attacks of croup Mr John con says ho is satis lied that tho timely use of Onimberlnins Cough Remedy during n severe attack ved the little boys life lIo is in tho rug butanes n member of tho firm of Johnson Bros of that place and they a great many patent medicines or throat nnd lung diseases He had all these to choose from and skilled phy sicians ready to respond to his call but elected this remedy for use in his own family at a time when his childs life was in danger because he knew it to be su perior to any other and famous the coun try over for its cures of croup Mr Johnson says this is the best Felling cough medicine they handle and that it gives splendid satisfaction in all cases tIll by J T Day Stop Thatcoughing Tho finlfkoit and surest way In to take Dr Belts PlnoTnr i Honey A Kunrniitrrri cough rein tr cdy wholly unllko nil othcrllblUcrjr acts directly on tho mucous niein brnnos heals tho IUIIRH and resplrn 1 tory organs nnd Invigorates tbo whole system DR BELLS PineTarll Honey contains the concentrated honllni t virtues of old and tried mcdlclnalngenUi extracted by u now tclontlilo process 23c 60o nnd 91 ntiift Al all entflltsrH t roD n 1 z atkell- 11W1Chwkly u0tJ laa ta ray 4- ie 1 C t 11 l t1 t iiqjcjvlll44frf3 dThe Way to Win Success tI tJof In anything is to keeri everlastingly at it This Is true whether you Hunt i to j1ROloh4 Through an advertisement or to earn a living in some other way j j jneedJ to ire each other a great time before forming rlelll leoilioEEI 1 JJI It IIt ranch the saute with r and their renders It IH J 0 JIIIy Not by Fitful Advertising i f That nu Itiirnonsie hu lnrM Is built up This paper ha rend era who rend other papcm perhaps but seeing your ad f r In tho Hazel Green Heraldn 1 1 t U I IWllljct s its renders confidence IIn you J alt More confidence means more bU rhls paper bas readers tun who llIelIJno other They mnv not now t with you but tire almost sure to doiii8o if you are u constant advertiser In J TILE IlKItAlli Any luisinesi manp7r who linn laid the foundation of r r ness Mitcess by advertihing in tills qI- Or iI Any Other Newspaper e4 Ii J Knows that he did JrlIot by occasiI 1 IIorallyinserting an tid and then wRIrJtog to see abut happened w aBut EiDovertlsemcnts you havu rend thOIlC l Cal aa k feeNs Nstill tillt Charles A Dana In their summing up of the character of the greatest editor tf his time tbo re viewers all agree on one point Charles A Dana was the New York thin and the last representative of that journalism in which the editor made the paper Now ij mann1gfrI I in their advertisement pages than InII II their editorial But Danas pageIintellectuality I tremendous personality pervaded every part of The Sun Ho had a memory j equal to that of Gladstone No inIj II America had a mind more nbumlantlyI or more accurately storedwith nrtaII There are many mere bookworm but Dana combined with his book knowledge I a power of language the rarest and feeling I as quick and warm as those ofn l school boy The combination made him I irresistible The English used in the I New York Sun was something for all Americans to be proudof and to imitate lu accuracy of statement in matters of fact gave rise to the famous a inguIr I you see it in The Sun its so DanaI character apparently underwent n curious revolution He started in life a radical of the radicals Human liberty i freedom of thought new and advanced ideas he advocated with fiery eloquence As the world goes he was unsuccessful foul1l11RndI liberty and advanced thought did not pay in money When he took holdof the Now York Sun after he hail failed In a newspaper enterprise in Chicago hejj had nothing left but the indomitable I will and the splendid intellect Warned by bitter experiences he then seemed to turn his back on nil that had gone before t and went in for money and worldly suc I cess Ho got both in abundance The I 8tilllretnlnedtion His wonderful wil and fiery energy phicalligoras few men have been loved in private I life His grievous fault in the conduct of his newspaper was a vindictiveness that never forgot or forgave and never let up Except for this The Sun com bined tho best features of both the old and the new journalism Take him nil in all its veteran editor was that rarest greatest anti most useful tit mortals nnIold tinier who kept up with time I time The worst cold I ever had in my life was cured by Chamberlains Cough Rem edy writes W H Norton of Sutter Crock Cal This cold left mo with n cough and I was expectorating all the time The Remedy cured me and I want all of jny friends when troubled J I with a cough or cold to ue it for it will 1 no them good Sold by J T Day A western editors definition of tho word editor IsItAn editor is a man who carries a pair of scissors in his coat pocket a load pencil in his vet pocket a memorandum book in his pistol pocket and his wealth in somebody eUes pock et I 10 ItI 9 S WATGHESt i- II ONESiat 350B- ETTER OWES I f at 600IuII ANI VJWAllMS r ii- f I I And Watch Repairing GOT II 35 FRED J HEINTZ j 135 E Main Ij k i LKXIXOTON KY LW II RIPANSPacked IPackrd Filta Y L CEN1S TIlIItIIIIMIWIJIIIrromIcmllr l ut up for the purroso of tnHtlni tint priceIIIUKUTlOMBTike nr bM Uric or whcntTfr you fI poorlr HwiUlow wlmlf with or vlthont A mouthful of water Thpyrnronll utomtrh troubles i UanUh jln I liulncn lnp 1 prolong lit All Inrnltinlilo tonic bud Pprlnif Mixllclnc Ko tatter wb f tbo tnttcrrno will do yon pood OnerlTTdrrllef a taro will treats If directions aro folio Inf- InnfVGClntiwkwnronet yet toLIhatnr- all dales klthnngh It U protuililo tint aloof AllUrplbllIrtqumtIcarton rnntnlnlnrt trntatnllMwillbllmtpont nICorardrdlu- J1nIMHNfwYorl I Irtll thOROortunrrthnr ctKthly 11110 Intrwturol t sutgdtot tnlhotnulpiuTntimd Rt A prtee which wilt nilowf I a fMr margin of prntlt Tlz i down cent 1Un tu Udntrndltforrtstbymanrnrrt fi fi CArton for UJ U tint 3rt nUoII 1100 Owh will tin orlrr In every raw mljlt urvijnKcuajkvuat tlijLujcrJCurt t m I1lawesOookKieplrloDusluiss FoaAPHONOGRAPHY Sltualiall WfljltlgTellgraph w i iI CODYRICHtt0 Add WILBUR Re SMITH LEXINGTON KYV For circular of bin famoni ami rcsponslblo COMMERCIAL COLLEGE OF KY UNIVERSITY Awarded fi i1nl sitlyorbla Kxpoaltlon posltlnntaot TultlonlIoo1111 SpecialtiesI1arlterarrnurefrreIfdelred11oynratlnn irolustctlccesful1wonlyWILBUR W T COLVIN WIT- hITRiTaJBLE I BROTHERS eGrooerst j MT STERLING KY Lexington and Eastern Railway Time Table in Effect lay 16 1897 WEST BOUND No fl STATIONS No1 lailvV exDall PAonI pIn11iitcllesler1 pnmFairlicpmIadiuar I pmClay a umSnumtouumFilsoni j I1IUI1 stnIteattyve lunII l amJacksotlI J I r EAST HOUND p NO c STATIONS I No2 Daily ex Daily Sunday Lexington 2 30 poi 1 10 nm Avon I 2 54 pin ti 13 urn Winchester 3 I12 pm fl 15 am slurIClay Cft1 t M pm 11 10 nm FIlsonII 4i OS pm 11 20 urn I 41 21I pm 11riI nm proNatphiTorrentputIleatlyvepmThreeFkspin1thnpmJackson Nos 1 and 2 arrive and depart from CA O Union depot at Lexington All freight trains arrive and depart from Nethcrland J U ItAIlUOenl Manager CHAS SCOTT Jen Pass Agent TRADERS DEPOSIT BANK MT STERLING KY 0 IPITAIi200000 I Srrrirs 30000 o J M niGSTAFF President 014 KIn 1 PfHI CK Vice Prcsiilent W W THOMSON Cnshitr 0Wo respectfully Bolklt the buslncBS oltner ehauits farmers traders and hnsines mtl1 generally throughout Eastern Kiiitiicky A general milking ItUHlniss done Give ni I chance to ncml you a bank book pay Feat checks and loan you money when In need W W THOMPSON Cnsluer 7 TtTIQJ1tTATJ tr11r1ftSttdsWtleIt itdl k h n t WICK lt J O IS TIlE BEST ADVEUTISlXCf I MEDIUM IX EASTERN Kt irutuarnueunrauscsrv1I i111il yrv Ii i 1 FORTiJNEIKeepthountil nbnlfltl eeesr nAM I 1itLEi0nirtett lfl AC UIti N COIUN Monl TIIUOtTM nratnrnf114apeenreI Asthma rrlny OSIY UNLIICA It r1 ranl 1l It 11 nrvettad fr It 1 111 10I re be nk M 11- CtslU1U hN llItlI V nnKuno lip r a Ie 1