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Iii Sr j Li J 1UE M Bi bORt13f tiV It ME l 03101E 9 t rYa r- j J IIw I Published March 4 1886 Made I FtJI oiu i t8torrotJotktka 04 lYia Oatlsib1 XU O1tell feds = 1 wJ Cw1 L t Y l jrtNOgN COOPER Ownr and Editor Oe w xib 11 lrerla Rltl xn JJUi xaMuLrissVrls aKU 1MNCr lIjIwi In Mvsns g = 4I J fI THIRTEENTH YEAR HAZEL GREEN WOLFS COUNTY KENTUCry THURSDAY NOVEMBER 961897 i s jt IM r t t kr I ORRePOnDen e + I JH WflLFE OOURTT H etcMri P F Doling is on the sick list bblt and bird hundncls the order Vtsed yinToliver 1J WBorrell of Cllfty was taking in 8undayfroft 0 Cox J S Cu- rT Uer have gone to Beaver to work Jfeaglat Catren and Hamilton Old fcidi of Pomcroyton took in the meet jtfSunday A meeting will begin at the Greasy creek school house Wednesday night EferfDody invited if g E Vaughn and Dr Neville of Cinpton were over on a bird hunt eking pictures and extracting teeth W Misses Lou Havens Lena Cecil and ton E Bryant were the guests of Miss Nannie Mnnnin Sunday and taking in tA meeting f A fortune teller was in Tolivcr last week telling fortunes for the boys but tome of them pronounced him a story Duller Instead Misses Carrie and Etta Swango of the springs were at the meeting at Snndtield Sunday and took dinner with J B Mc Nabb and wife NOT 23 SinNEIL Ivaago Springs layings biro Ellen Kash visited in these parts lut week Mrs W T Swango was a pleasant tiiitor among us last week Mrs Lark Lowe and little Nannie Swtogo are on the sick list this week- t Uncle Harry Swango and wife spent pert of last week visiting in May town Misses Lula nnd Rhoda Samples of Laurel visited their sister Miss Rebecca Saturday night Walker Lowe who had been in Morgan county for some time paid his par tats a two days visit last week Miss Mollie Swango nod her brother Ernest spent from Thursday till Sunday visiting friends and relatives at White Oak Carl and Bruce sons of D B May ladwife of White Ouk are the guests f their cousins Ernest and Perry Swans go this week Quite a crowd from here went to Hazel Green Sunday night to hear Rev J R Word and were very much pleased with his sermon Misses Gallic Oney Lula Taulbee Cornla use and her brother John J F Woodand daughter Mis Hulda attended the services on Lacy creek Sunday Miwcs Ncttio Wheeler nnd Mollie Hancy with several others from Hazel Green were enjoying the scenery and partaking of the health giving waters ef- the Springs Sunday afternoon H II Swnngo nnd Hiram Blankcnship started this morning with tho household Plunder of Rev W T South of color MontgomeryQuaty home having charge of a church at that place Nov 23 lso-t DoingsLeeBrooks vBud Little went to llnzpll Green today U C Lacey went to Hazel Green to day Ju creekSunday HazelGreenCurtis oned47Mrs inbay5iUncle Holly Nickcll was in Daysboro Goo day this wcok Miss Lula Taulbeo went to Lacy creek to church Sunday Chfles SIcCue representing the Paris L1 t elirluti SlIIoeCoonedayherconain t Green Monday Amanda Sarah and Dory Brooke were t visiting their grandfather J F Drools one day last week daughterArabella I J ridge one day last week Rev James Little and wife of Jackc sin were visiting J C Alexander and family Saturday and Sunday I John Sebastian who left here Satur day to accompany his aunt Sarah Shock er and Mr Burton to England returned Monday after going as far as the Still water bridge John seems to be delighted with his trip but glad to get home again John Brooks shot a fine red fox one day last week but after carrying the fox home n distance of two miles bethought he would hare a chase aa the fox was not quite dead So calling up his hounds he dropped the fox and away he the fox went The last time seen the fox was going up Red river near Lee CityLast Friday nfgb Drue Lacy dreamed that he died anflrJ went to heaven and was talking with Jeremiah the prophet when some one knocked on the door j Come said Jeremiah but first whos there Squire John Rose saida voice clear and distinct We1laaid Jcietaiah You had bettor go back down yonder to that other world and attend to your courts Billy Blankcnship is inhere and I cant let you in You defeat ed him in the other world but you cant do it here John do you ever read the bible I read the new testament sosac timeliDo you ever read the old bible No sir When you go back read the 8th chapter and 7th verse of Jeremiah and you will find these words Yea the stork in the heaven knoweth her ap pointed times and the turtle and the crano and the swallow observe the time of their coming but my people knew not the judgment of the Lord Neithe- do they know what n man will do when he is elected to office Nov 23 ClIAKMK MORGAN COUNTY Consolation Chat Little Flavins Cecil has been quite sick for a few days Mrs C C Oillaspie wont to town Sat urday to do somo shopping School at this place dismissed Thursday evening for Thanksgiving James Motley has been hauling logs to the Hazel Green mill this week Nelson Nickcll attended court nt West Liberty on Monday and Wednesday Charlie Rose was in this locality last week hunting for some roots and play ing ball Nov 211 NVM Jambs Jangles Loran Stnmptr has moved back to the Jambs Allison Wilson and wife visitedi in the Jambs lust week A v Harlan McClure and wife are attend ing preaching on Laurel W T Caskey und wife of HazelII Green visited in the Jambs Sunday Revs DeBusk and Adams preached at Licking Union Saturday and Sunday Miss Rebecca Wilson Is visiting her lister Mrs Clay Wilson of Red river E F Cecil bought 1 yoke of yearling steers from Jell Brewer Price G750 James H McGuire and wife of Black water wero visiting relatives in the Jambs the past week Elder Sam Taulbee of Leo City win s the Jambi last week in the interest o the Center Lumber Co Nov 21 ELKBWATAWA Sellars Sunshine News is scarce Revs Joe Peyton and Sam Taulbco preCJidtat Sa1emSuRd1 IsvhtiagHM Clark Long of Hatel Green visit ed UI this vicinity a few days last week f iW F Jones and South Stamper ai tended circuit court at West Liberty I Mon4aytYo acribe Will so set back by the elec Non that he has not been able to write up the news- TomJRaanic is building a new dwelling house assisted by Charley Skecne of Fleming county Andy Gone and Miss Rosa Ward were quietly married on Blackwater Sunday Rev B F Blankenshlp tUd the nuptial knot May their every effort be crowned with abundant success is the wish of Nov 28 MOUNTAIN BOY A Wet Piece of Work Kelly Jordan and Floyd Barker who wero charged with robbing Mrs Lou Coldiron an account of which appears elsewhere went before the court Tuesday evening and confessed The jury fixed their punishment at two years each in the penitentiary at Frankfort and the sheriff yesterday morning started to that placo with them Taken altogether this is a record hard to beat for rapidity They were arrested on Saturday spent Sunday in the catlaboos8 of Hazel Green were indicted at West Liberty on Mon day sentenced on Tuesday started en route Wednesday and landed in the pen Thursday Judge Kinner is n hustler and no mistake and the case reminds us of the lines in an old song Saturday night I stole a hone On Sunday I was taken Monday was my trial day And Tuesday hung my bacon eeUllel the T P I C E The active members of the Y P S C E will meet on Tuesday at 630 p m in the study of the Home The topic for the evening is Intemperance The following program will be carriedout Leader Wm II Cord Scriptures bearing on various forms of Intemperance will bo read by Misses Fiord James Maxey and Messrs Adams and Roark and Mrs Cord Papers on the subject will be read by Miss Wheeler and Carl Mize Every active member la urged to importancerwill come up for consideration Bring your bibles with you Come in tho spirit Trying to Keep tho Wolfe Away If those debt paying good as tho bank men who owe us on subscription would pay us in money meat potatoes cou or some other produce they would enable us to pay some honest debts and keep the wolfe which Is already gnawing- at the porch posts away from the door But they must be p d q about it or het will pass the portals before they arrive Prompt action will give us much to beI thankful for and as this ia thanksgiving day it is a mighty good time to pay An Artist and Poet Samuel J Wilson the poet laureate of the mountains and artist of HazelI Green tins just given the furniture of tho Day House a hard oil finish and the effect is magical It looks like now and Sara says he can take any old thing iin tho furniture lino and make it look as good as new A trial iis all he asks and as he works very reasonable those who wish to put a new face on old furniture can do so at little cost He Still Loves tho Ladles Dr Hudolphus Gardner of Jackson passed through here Saturday en route home from West Liberty The doctor iis just as young and handsome as be used to be when a resident of Hazel Green several years since and apparently as fond of ladles At least in conversation n with THE HKIUID he inquired about tho health of a guy and handsome widow in this vicinity and thus we judgo him A Bnnch oi Hogs for Jackson J 0 Yocum and Curtis Oldfield paw ed through here yesterday with a bunch fof 18 hogs which they were driving to Jackson Five of them including four shoats wen not weighed but 13 of the bunch averaged 223 pounds They cost something over3 per hundred pound- Jr Yocum will sell or trade them for I bopestIi I if a i 1J i rir Se s PMieiN Dr Lady 0 Nfckell wu appointed postmaster at this place tact Saturday t vice H f Pioratt removed hjr rsse ef iTJkli I Jenaiafonaatlop1 I and Is ofifctilas It appears ia a circular issned by the poetetbee depot sent giving appointments dreJIjeach day Just when he will assume the i duties of the office depends upon the receipt of his commission the JUiag of I his bond etc and it ti possible that eII way net be installed before the beginning of the new year BIB appointment ren dens general satisfaction and his friends I were congratulating him Tuesday neD kg and yesterday on finis good luck I A Merfan Tarot rat IaliIElsewhere in this paper is advertised a farm of 175 acres which should command the attention of any and every man who I wants a nice place It is the Miles Kash farm 4 miles below Ezelon Blackwater Mr Green Trimble of Mt Sterling now owns it nnd wants to sell it Indeed he is anxious to sell it and so anxious that we believe it can be bought on exceedingly low terms Write Mr Trimble about it if you are in earnest about buying a farm and you will be surprised bow easy you can buy and pay for it A Bargain for Some Nan A bargain is offered somebody in the sale of the McGuire farm ora part of it which will take place on Saturday De ember 4 under the auspices of Master Commissioner Vaasant of the Wolfe cir cuit court Embracing 210 acres 60 of which It cleared and under good fencing the balance well timbered and on the place a fine coal bank this should prove a valuable purchase to some enterprising man The terms of 012 and 18 months are quite liberal and will aid the purchaser to pay for it An Excellant Teacher Miss Lula Kash has been selected an teacher for the Frank Johnson school on Lacy creek and will fill out the unex pared time of Miss Lou Byrd who mar tied and abandoned tho school room for her household duties The trustees arc to bo congratulated on securing the ser vices of Miss Kash as she is one ef the best teachers in Eastern Kentucky and one among tho few holding a state cer tificate Her experience as au lover a period of nine years er more She opened school Tuesday morning Quit Painting to Farm Will Alexander who is visiting friends and acquaintances here used to live a- Mt t Sterling and followed house paint ing for n livelihood With his father who was killed in Montgomery he did several jobs here tho Mlzo and McGuireI residences But he has quit psintlng now for more profitable employment and is farming at Strcetcr III where he says any good farmer can net =1000 a year and added that if the people there worked as hard as people hero do they would soon all be rich Texas and Kentncky Tanlbeei Dr Brcck Taulbee of Mt Sterling who has been visiting his father Major Taulbee of Morgan county since Fri day lost was a guest of the Day House Sunday night together with his cousin Frank Taulbee of Georgetown Texas who has been visiting bas uncle Major Taulbee also for a week or so The both left Monday morning for Mt Stet ling nnd from there Frank Taulbee wilt1 go on to Logan W Va to take deposi lions in tho case of one of his clients iin Texas Stnok on Soldiering Niles and Wes Taulbee who some three years since enlisted in the U 8 army and wero located at a fort in Texas recently finished their terms of enlist ment and rocniistcd for three more Miles ii now located at San An tonia Texas and Well Iis at Port Thomas in this state The many friends of these two young men in this section were somewhat suprised and disappointed that they did not visit hero before again joining the service likes a alders Lift Mrs Ellen Pieratt a low days since re vrheS is JnthetJitfl scary and Ilocated at tb Presidio of San FVancUcp Cat Car writes that be title arigr jifolrirraie1 p r qtrt J r 1 tJ i d on t rIUrn Lei Ooldlrcnt a widow Uvlrg Mi the Uurpayfork was Ist week wbood + et 13S la cash some notes duebl lheiaadapes discovering her lets at Nee aspect Kelly Jordan lies iepfewTior witatonce had a warrant maid TIM warrant was placedla the hails of s Hort 8aao town marshal who deli U od Noise Nickel to assist in tke arrottt After tko warrant was istved it wa- sIeaneithstFleylrkerwaslrpUeatetlE ti in tko steal sad tko ofleers at sacs bipa n search for the two After hunting the woods and probable haunts of the two la a and around Haul Green they learned late Friday evening that they had ben seen on the road to Campton That right they followed and on Saturday morning about sunrise arrested Jordan and Barker at Martins mill two miles below Torrent Darker had on his per son 10 of the misting money and Jor dan5 The latter had spent 450 for a suit of clothes and between them they had disposed of some for liquor a supply of which they had at tho time the arrest wu wade Officers Swango and Nickell brought their prisoners to this place Saturday evening and placed them lit the calaboose for safe keeping over Sunday Ea route however Jordan pro duced the pocket book which he had thrown away and later on at another place got the notes and due bills Tho prisoners were taken to West Liberty Monday morning and as circuit court Ila now in session at that placo tho presump Lion is that they will have a speedy trial Jordan a few days prior to the theft of the money stole a bushel and n half of meal from the mill of Judge U B Swango and took it to the home of hit mother who then lived on Uncle Pros Trimbles place where Judge Bwangu a few moments later found it He lit also accused of shucking out andearryII ing away two shocks of corn from the field of Curt Lacy Betides fife above he stole a dollar front the editor wife by going to her and representing that he could got her ten nice chickens if she would give him the money He got it and went on his way leaving our better to mourn the todI of the dollar and regret that she did not got the chickens Barker was a few years since arrested on account of passing counterfeit nickels therUnited States court at Louisville was dismissed the judge holding that on ac count of his youth he had probably been duped into doing as ho had This is the criminal history of the two as TUG HERALD hears it and tho people hero will rejoice that they are rid of them for a spoil at least MorganIcircuit court Monday and their trial set j for 10 oclock yesterday morning ban in each case being fixed at fMO failing to giye which they wero sent to jail The lain Sailed WiUont Then Mrs Sarah Swango widow of Hiram Swango and a sisterinlaw of J Henry Se bastian left hero Saturday morning accompanied by her nephew John Sebas tian for London England whore she goes to claim one million dollars of the Burton estate for which she has a voucher John Burton of Breathitt in one of tho heirs to the estate trbicli amount+ to many millions He ia iafatro groaty marry gv ing her one in advance Sbo refuses to submit to tho tying of tho nuptial knot however until she finds the estate to be aareality but chaperoned by her nephew as abovo stated has gone to England with Mr Burton to investigate LATER Since the above was put in l typo we learn that Mr Burton met Mrs h Swango and insisted that she marry himJ at once As the wealth was net in lights she very promptly declined to do so and he in turn refused to foot the expense of Itho European tour Tho trip and the wedding are therefore Indefinitely poet ponexl Mr Burton is 72 years of age The worst cold I ever bad in my life was cured by Chamberlains Cough tern edy writes W HNrtoDtof ttrjCreek Cal This cold lefinio withI arcough and I waa xpeclraUilaJ the time The BcsBedrcaredages M t T1t t M theaaI0d4a lioWby J1T DGJ t i 1 14 J 6 v J fJ i 1 V y i 1 m t r iiy- e 3 1 9i r i iy t rq a WiIIIIpi+ 1Y in10Z1011fL Zllat J HAZEL GREEN ICYII THURSDAY Nov 26 1897II SPENCER COOPBB owner and editor ofjj THE HERALD this week assaned active management ef both the editorial sad business departments neither ef which have bad his full attention for Mmetisae I owing to his buolness interests oa Eagle CreektaloRgthe banks of which IteI pent Host of his time in recreata and a learch for health neither of which he feud in fact He remount the tripod sow with a largely reduced revenue but chock full of determination sad if his J friends will help him bold up hill beadI and his hind ho will again give you the sear old HFKALU week after week and clothe it in all the pristine beauty which it used to wear when it WHS the acknowl edged premier among papers iinil these parts But he must have your support moral and material if you would have him succeed Can you will you help him If so delay not the hour or the day but come to his nid at once Pay him if you owe him if not extend him your patronage with one hand and the cash with the other It takes money to rua a paper and you know his ambi tins iis to make his the best Shall we help him to do so Let us forgive and forget Ho has dune wrong grievously no perhaps but has the mural courage to admit it and crave your mercy aud your pardon Cau we as a Godfearing enlightened chrUtian people refuse to grant his plea Remember that aagels even have fallen from grace and surely no ono should consider him infallible That we have not sinned is probably because we have never been tempted as he WAS and remembering the pitfalls all along our pathway in life let us rescue him with tho hope that should occasion offer which laud grant may never be he will do as well by us or ours He has promised to do his part and surely we can do ours by meeting him half way Aye let us do even better than that and go into the highways and byways the hills and hollows and find yet others who willaid him for truly he iis weak and needs to be succored that he be sustained With charity for all and malice toward none he commissions us to say that he iis ready and willing to extend to all his good right tr In the same spirit let us meet and fellowship him GEOIUIE B CLAY of Pike county i- a iis candidate for the nomination for con grew in this the 10th district and goes before the people unxhnckled in tIny way whatever Since be arrived HI nanhood estate and he is now 84 years nf age he hat always been a Democratin fuel knows no other politics As an evidence of his ability it iis sufficient to say that ho was made delegate to the last national convention from this district which was certainly a distinguished honor when it is considered that the district abounds with young men of brains He was thus in touch aud very much in evidence with everything that happened at the cenven lion which nominated William Jennings Bryan As to his fidelity it is only me awry here to state that when Judge Ilecknor WAS a candidate for congress the convention being held at BeaUyyille ho was the delegate from his county and by change of horses nnd hard driving reached the convention in time to present his credentials though forced to over come many obstacles CD route That ride brought him the name Paul Revere I and well he deserved it when diffieultie- he encountered are considered Pike county is the largest in the state always has supported the Democratic nominee for congress but has never had the honor of naming a native for the place New she presents Mr Clay asks fur him your confidence and promises in event of his nomination to roll up the biggest Demo cratic majority ever accorded any mar ia the district Individually Mr Clay iis a gentleman of fine presence and address a man who will personally pro possess any one either in civil life or iin congress He is sober discreet alway- ready at the call of duty be it daylight or midnight and always will be where and when Democracy is involved Such raea deserve recognition and ef him we aYlll sometime have more te MJ Old papers 20 cents per hundred N OU9ritlC Bill of llie- ieut ahard nounciI caadida e forlenreningHerk of the lower o1of the next general assembly and we hope he may pluck the coveted plum j There iis not in Kentucky perhaps any an who has done so much for Democ racy and got so little in return as Breck Hill sad yet be is always ready Hit service as county clerk his practice M attorney and his experience M ceuaty judge of Lee county all combine to It him for the place to which he aspires in a degree seldom attained by say mac and if exactness bea qualification fer the office he should certainly here the I endorsement of every representative who would avoid mistakes and delays He Iis a rapid writer and a perfect penman which coupled with his experience should be also considered Nothing mere aeed be said of his ability but to these representatives who have never had the good fortune to meet hint we can say lie tin a melt genial gentleman an entertain ing conversational and an accomplish edatorytellcr This is his picture gentlemen and the prize is yours for the choice Brecks a beaut boys and no mistake lies a peach of the clingstone variety and ripe in richness s TUB Democrats carried every emigres sional districLin Kentucky but the 11th the majority by districts being as below First 6862 Second 3649 Third 810 Fourth 1816 Fifth 1119 Sixth 4 110 Seventh tfOJj Eighth 121 Ninth r806 Tenth 1M9 Eleventh Rl123i Tbe official vote in the Tenth district was as follows Shackelford Bailey lireathitt 1242 701 Clark 2113 1097 Elliott 1173 483 Kitll 1WJ 1145 Floyd 1397 109J- Jobnuou 907 1017 Knott 646 19 Lee 653 806 Martin 247 705 bfago fi a 837 1246 Menefee 601 384 Montgomery 1597 1243 Morgan 1338 930 I Pike 1988 2106 Powell fi7U 597 Wolfe 806 643 Totals 17417 1868 Taking the ShackclfordBailey vote as- a basisI the indications are that the next Kentucky delegation in congress will be solidly Democratic excepting of course the Eleventh which is irredeemable from Republican rule TilE HEHAID will help make all of them Democratic Now will you help TUB HERALD SOUTH THIMBLE representative elect from Franklin county is a candidate for speaker of the next house of represents tires subject to a Democratic caucus ef that body and judging by the perfumery of the boqueta the state press has been pitching him he will get there with both feet Nothing that could happen in the political passing of prizes would please the people ef Wolfe couuty and Hazel1 Green more A native of this town and county the people here have watched his progress with parental care nnd very naturally holil for him a pardonable pride THK HERALD bun frequently mentioned bis qualifications and advertised his ability in this connection and it is now only necessary to refer our readers to an article published elsewhere in this issue which is reproduced from the Frankfurt Ledger his home paper to verify what wo now say and have heretofore said viz1 That if elected to the speakers chair he will honor the state honor his constituents and honor himself Now honor bright what more could be said TUB jubilee edition of the Tacoma Daily Ledger celebrating the eighth an niversary of Washingtons statehood iis certainly one of the finest boom editions of a paper it has ever been our pleasure Nnv11897sand consists of 24 7column pages which are replete with the resources of Washington and every article is written in a masterly manner It also treats largely of Alaskan possibilities especially the Klondike gold fields If you wish to know all about Washington write for the anniversary edition of the Tacoma Daily Ledger A SOCIETY paper in Lexington says flA dainty lunch was served at the end 1 of a rubber Up hero we call itII a whensmeat is very scarce Then each of the family tastes a bacon rindat the end of a rubber until it is jerked back by the next In lino And can it be possible that the enlightened elite of Lexington lithe h1fneI I P ftJ fill zLlaz Ji r 1 v k i r t Nw W fha e Itierries MAre Ripe 4 L I w Aru 1lAnY r +6 1I temptinqthan willnotbebonghj for 00 little aeney so we veer t ttThe First Bite in 200 mens fine all wool suits in Clay Worsteds Cheviots and Bannockburns two and three button cutaways in blues and blacks swell tailoring in garment and lined IIUperierI oneofu Now Pluck ttt Other BitesI Iareoffered in 200 mens Moleskin Pants at 45c a pair elsewhere theyll cost you 75c t t storetas any well 111 as a shirt nnd wear like iron addthatPlucksun t CLOTHIERSItsw LEXIN6rr Y 41 41 41 41 4141 41 4141 society since the memory ef man runneth sot to the contrary Well people HOW TO FIND OUT oilla bottle or common glow with urine and let it stand twentyfour hours a sediment or settling indicates a dis eased condition of the kidneys When urine stains linen it is positive evidence of kidney trouble Too frequent desire to urinate or pain in the buck is also convincing proof that the kidneys and bladder are out of order WHAT TO DO There is comfort in the knowledge so of ten expressed that Dr Kilmers Swamp Root the great kidney remedy fulfills every wish in relieving pain in the back kidneys liver bladder and every part of tho urinary paseagaa It corrects ioa bility to hold urine and scalding pain in passing it or bad effects following use of liquor wine or beer and overcomes that unpleasant necessity of being compelled to get up many times during the night to urinate The mild and the extraor Binary eflect of Swamp Root is soon realized It stands the highest for its wonderful cures of the most distressing cases If you nceda medicine you should have the best Sold by druggists price fifty cents and oue dollar I For a sample bottle and pamphlet both sent free by mail mention TilE HAZKL GKEEX HERALD and vend your full pout office address to Dr Kilmer Co Bing Hampton N Y The proprietors of this paper guarantee the genuineness of this otter The Largest Fire in Two Centnriei London was visited Friday afternoon by the largest fire for more than two centuries The fire started near the site where the great conflagration of lUG originated and raged for five hours The low is estimated at 20000000 to 130 000000 100 valuable warehouses a nam her of business blocks sod a few dwelling I houses being burned The district burned was the center of the dry goods district The Church of St Giles the scene of the burial of Milton and the marriage of Cromwell narrowly escaped No loss of life ia reported The fire is suppotcd to have originated from an explosion of gas due to a search for a leak I that was being made by a naked lamp inI an umbrella makers shop on Hamaell street An area of about seven acres watt swept by the flames Louisville Dispatch Great Mule Otter Send us the names and addresses of three or more performers on the piano or organ together with ten cents in ail ver or postage and we will mail you pieces full sheet music consisting o popular songs waltzes marches etc ar ranged for the piano and organ Address Popular Music Pub Co In dianapolis Ind To Cares Cold In One Day Take Laxative Bromo Quinine Tablet All druggists refund money if it fails to cure 25c t a t ROSE D iszIS f- OBRACTICAL 0 BLACKSMITHS AND WACON MAKERSSSI I HAZEL GREEN KENTUCKY E MAKE A SPECIALTY OF BUILDING FARM and ROAD WAGOft Y use the Boat Material and Guarantee Satisfaction Call and get our prim andwhen you need anything of the kind give me your order ratro tIt Home People get only Honest Work and be Happy IN THE HORSE SHOEING AND REPAIR DEPARTMENT WE employ only skilled labor every man being an artist in his specialtylil your work is respectfully solicited wiiioiiesieieI BanK WINCHESTER KY N H WITI1BRSPOON President- R D HUKTElt Cashier Paid up Capital 20000000 Surplus 6000000T- his Bank solicits the accounts of mer chants farmers traders antI business men generally throughout Eastern Kentucky endoffers Its customers every facilltYIand the most liberal terms within legitimate banking octlSly 1ft I1 wxLsVr1 p l Practical Painter IiHAZES GREEN KYaHardwood Finish a Specialty Mull Orders attention receive prompt IuP FARMV FOR SALESfI ofler for vile on liberal terms my farm lying on Hlackwuter four stiles Inlow Kiel i known as the Miles Knh farm I jt acres ot I which is the most valiiHhle tract of unim proved land in Morgan county with timber on it duthcleul to pity fur the fund I will divide the laud to suit purchasers and sell the improved part separate Inquire of STEVE PIER AIr Exel Ky or address J C TRIMBLE lit Sterling Ky MY J A I1JLBEE 111I Physician and Surgeon HAZEL GREEN KY Ilfa Surgery and obstetrics sspecWtJ MAS OP BTa 5 ATTORNEYATLAWCAMPTON Colltrllonl a tipeelalty I W J SEITZ WITH W M KERR 00 I JOBBERS IX Hardware Agricultural Im lento IRONTOK1 tending a sketch attd dtlCl1poor I IADFOa8icn ln our opinion trM 11 II IOnddenllaJ probably ptentable rtaadbookoa- II sent free OldN1 IIOcr for sec If- lItentaI taken through Nuna a- sptdat coda without chart In tM I Scientific flmeric A handsomely IIhlltrale waektr- Tcutanon raptof any IctenulSe Journal TSfour L Bold DyQI M a9B1Broatisor New 1iBeach omce GI6 F BL Wuh1llrto AllOWARD STAMPER ATTORNEYATU- CAMPTON KY Will practice in the courts ofWoll i1 adioinJogcountler All busiuesscpg to ou care will receive proUlpatteJl N Y t I jiqfE HERALD 11 x0qAL+LIClnG1 + P Lacy of Lee City was in tawa 6n yry James 3II eafferini froia aTerr 4 jrfjlarllt Jidge Carson of Lacy creek sae In tow Moaday- W J Wallis is complaining of seme tbS like flux Dont forget the printer but bring en those provisions gIN Lilly Ri of Lacy creek Rae into M shopping Monday Mrs Joe Miller of the Murphy fork wig fo town shopping yesterday School at the academy adjourned yes Unity evening till Monday Morning W Armitage of Frenchburg was a Till or here for a few day last week Hon D S Godsey was visiting his wife at this place the first of the week Frank Kasb of Oakdal is visiting his father Dr J M Mash and family Prof II C Quicksall and Willie II 1kratt paid Ezel a flying visit Sunday Mrs Funk Duke was in towntur day selling premium starch with success John Tcator of Still water and A T Combs of Campion were in town Mon day Rev J H Wallin and father Sulaw Charles Fallen gassed through here last week Sam and Dick Russell made a flying business trip to May town yesterday after noonGeorge Sallee who Will recently elected uaessor of Wolfe county was in town MondayMrs A C Cope of Frozen creek is visiting the family of Dr J A Taulbee this week Newt Vaughn and eon of Campton spent Sunday with Judge Carson on Lacy creek Rollin Kash esq of this place left Monday afternoon to attend circuit court it West Liberty Kizer Wilson of Montgomery county iit vuitlng friends and relatives on the head of Red river Taylor Whitley has been moping about fur a few days past his complaint being something akin to flux Misses Russ Little and Lizzie Linden of Gillmore creek paid this office a pleasant visit Tuesday Thos Lee and wife of this place visited Yes Norman and wife of Morgan county one day last week Robert J McLin is in Louisville buy ing a winter stock of goods for the J T Day stores here and at Torrent Rev J II Walliu will preach at the Presbyterian church in this place next Sunday it being the regular day babybornand seems very much discouraged at the outlookTom Hall who bas been living on the JI berry Link place on Gillmore on Tuesday moved to the farm of Jet M Kwe of Lacy creek A F Byrd and A II Stamper two of Camptond leading attorneys passed thro here Sunday en route to West Liberty to attendcircuit court everclyfromJ fact that he consulted Sol Adams and his laying on of bands We still have a quantity of good news thingtIJ r walls of your cabIn Only cents for n packpge of 25 buybabyIsey creek on Friday morning last and says he is n Democratic recruit Dr Silas abayTaylorenheforgotHenry Pieratt killed one of the fattesB b sectionandI a forielicntohindquarters For Whisewinto tlaudI bsoldi e Apply at this office w y Harie Nickell has accepted a position a clerk ofhiupon ofthei andhasthebestto be coBgratulatedj aptaleCuifn hit services and we bope be afarsecure a good trade in eens uence Al ad ia alsohelpHrnry Wlll8n overseer uf tile state road from Daysboro to the county line bighiltand tbe road is said to be u god now iu the eyesorebeforand 25 feet of fuse in the work1 but uthe job iin a permanent one aud entirely satisfactory will prove ao economical expenditure for the county John Craven of Roth well was here Sunday and again chewing that old old chestnut about the extension of the coal road He says it is a go this time sure and that the road will undoubtedly be extended 12 miles er more in tbe near future Ood speed the hour lad the people hereabouts will be glad to aid the enterprise if there be really anything in it Shove her along John If there over was a time sing tbe foundation of the world when A poor sinner needed help now is that time and tho editor of this paper iis the manor sinner We need what is owing ua on subscription aud if you are in arrears please call and settle your account We nerd your help every way and will be I glad to have it by your patronage your py- Uncle andii Hugh Coldiron whoi makes his I home with his nephew Crock Coldiron near town iis confined to his homo with t a carbuncle on his neck which is said to be of the severest type lie supers the I most excruciating pain notwithstanding his physician Dr J M Ksmli is doing I all he can to ameliorate his ditionII Charley Swangu who was connected with the Nashville centennial exposition from its opening to the close came home Saturday for a short visiti but left again Monday fur Louisville where he today- plays iu a match game of foot ballwith the Nashville team uf which he is the captain aud another team j A picnic was held on Sunday last at the cave ou Majpr W HTaulbeed farm about 6 miles above Hazel Green in Morgan county which was attended byjj 100 or inure This in an animal with the people uf that section CcatuwII or ftfr what we are unable just now to say Kelley Jordun the yuunt man arrested for stealing from his uunt Mrs Lou Coldirou is a sun of one Dr Jordan who used to go up and down this country and cure or pretend to cure nil manner ufII disease by tbe laying ou of hands perhaps accounts for Kelleys propensity j Dr Hells 1iue Tar Honey in an im portant addition to the list of the worlds most valuable medicines Harmless in j its nature yet almost infallible in its action it is undoubtedly tbe most clEcn i cious means known today of curing coughs colds and kindred diseases EIChurchthe Rose school house on Lacy creek Sunday and was greeted with quite III gathering of the good people of the neighborhood He also preached at this puce on Sunday night Miss Ada Cecil daughter of our friend Oscar Cecil near town was shopping in town Muadiiy She has been un invalid for a year or more and in that time been from home but seldom She iis now the picture of health und her cheeks bear the bloom of yout- hSS+ Dormnu the polite and accommo dating colored porter of the Day House arrived home Monday and assumed his duties after a weeks outing during which he courted the belles on the bead of tbe river and hada jolly good time as he putts it Floyd Bailey left yesterday afternoon for Magofiln county to visit his wife and family and sympathize with his cousin Jim Bailey who vas recently defeated by Sam Shackelford for the appellate court clerkship Elisha Chambers and daughter Mrs throughthere Monday on their wry w West Liberty where Mr Chambers has a suit in circuit court for the recovery of land Quite a number of the boarders at tbe Home are taking ndvantcge of the two days holiday and rpending the time with I their parents f+ k4ir bya Aq II I s e t rvS a+n gnw Ctr-I vr- 4tttt H F PDCATP r Out V r JC THE ORIGINATORS l OPPRICIHTBAZBIi GBHEST IIYvY INGdepartmentr defiance of our competitors that we can and will sell you yourI ws a tv CLOTHINC FOR LESS MONEYtr than any man in Hazel Green AVe also carry a complete line of General Merchantt disc which we will sell as low as any man 1 + m OUR DRUG DEPARTMENT Iernof all doctors and the people generally j STAZLLforny to stop with us Parties conveyed to any point in Eastern Jvcntucky Also Agents for Torrent Campton and Hazel Creen Telephone Co When in need of anything in our line dont forget the place F ElLCC 9 5aThanking all our customers for their liberal patronage we remain Respectfully I CUrrnrwFLm2rnwThis in Thanksgiving day And Id like by the way Right now to have my par Hfiulcr vlut do you say r i LostOn the streets of Hazel Greea Nov 24 a plain gold ring Finder will he rewarded by leaving with Kd Tnulbeu I at podtoffice j Luther Day student tlf the academy left yesterday for a visit to his father and mother Mr und Mr Will Day Frozen creek midi will return Sunday ofII Waller Arimtrong representing the l notion and sent furniHUiug goods house I I of George Co Knoxville Tenn was a guest of the Day House Tuenduy night j John II Pimitt will tomorrow leave for Jackson where he Iis engaged UH auc tionecr to srll the Riverside lintel furni ture etclIn Saturday at 10 oclock m1 I Hon J U Lykins of Campton passed through here Saturday for West Liberty r Court opened at that place ou Monday I and Mr Lykius ila attorney in a suit there Elders 1 M Adam of Krenchburfr and H H Adams of this place will be gin a series of meetings at White Oak Morgan county Saturday night Noveni her i Dr Nickell reports that little Muttia Evans who has been very illof fevrr Isince Saturday week iis improving and thinks with careful nursling she illhon be well Itunnc Hunt uu4 wife of Stillwaler visited Mrs Hulls mother Mrs Isaac Murphy of the Murphy fork ovrr Sun dgy and passed through here Monday en route home I Lindsay Ware who butt been swinging around the Illinois country fair circuit I with his running horse writes that he bus been quite successful und will be home this week IHubcrt Nickel who has been confined to his bed for ten months past with con I sumption is now able to nit up some He a eon of Andy Nickell of the Cox ItoI mill nufhborhood- Fryca natural geographies have been adopted for use in the academy and will be introduced in the classes ou January 4 1898 They take the place of the eclectic geographies I IEldcr II D Adams Iis erecting a dwelling house on the farm near town which he recently bought of Ed F Cecil and says he lure come to stay and 1lIing the songs of Zion Monroe Havens went to Frcnchourg Sunday to bring home Mix Lula ICusb vho bus been visiting relatives and friends at Mt Sterling Moorelieltl and other points and returned alnyI Mrs Silas Kash who was on the sick list last week ia now able to be about her household duties and requests us to RBI that she has the finest display of hats and bonnets ever wen in this section Topicd for sermons at the Christian church Sunday arc Imitators of God at 11 a m and Seeing Greater Things- at 630 p m All are invited to be present at both serylces nod all will be made welcome i t 4 The nut and Cheapest Scfcdal IB Caatera Kentucky iiiite iiiiie ACiDIMt NORMAL BUSINESS PREPARATORY JOlt Session DogsNenesda9 Sept 1 1897 Full Courses Sustained in Every Department Collegiate Preparatory Normal Eusinois aid Bible Thorough Work is Required in all Studies Pursuit The Expenses are as Low as Possible 00Tuition1000luitionand T 00ForIur Catalog and farther information write to WM H CORD Principal HAZEL QUEEN KY n TRAINING AND FEED STABLE 1 have opened my Training and reed Stable and will keep on hund plom of food uJdn full supply of vehicles and trope Parties coming buro front a diHtanco who may doeiro horses pastured for a fov days or weeks can huvo tlio bust puaturu ut reasonable rates LIlEE Y SX EI EAlso for tho sod of guests of tho Day House 1 bavu Stable whoro I will keep Saddle Horses and Hacks for hire at nil times 1orflons a vehicle to moot them at Torrent can mo and have any douirod vehicle or saddle horse I will also have a full hacks for lure to in of careful drivers for which they can by tho day for any of timo Persons to visit will bo met at either ploasuroin e FOR ALL KINDS OF s fifi IIi ttnuax OFFIOEir A BUSINESSwho would win success in life This being conceded Its of the first fO your training at this school that stands In the very front rank the ti I j2LiK 7f I i opuncd nearby u Livery Buggies wishing promptly drummers charge contract length Swango Spring m fIEDUCATION importance BRYANT STRATTON BUSINESS COLLEGE GrlsrUNKyt BOOKKEEPING TELEGRAPHY cunvoniouco accommodation lirBtclaha telephone 8UIIIIf intending Cd7 BdORTHAND Write for beautiful book glvl jr testimonials fro0 t cypJiu uresBlaeat poiltloss all user the Us Ited RtatskwNS y be mTTed ran College buildia and oiiceThirdeiadSTA1te16N j 1f r r t 1 1Fy- I Ki 4tJtce 7 + IR fGJ i I A new Baptist church will be buil- t1esrllIlatlipCllwxy couuty Tlaitre ire aI eue ofacarletferer i 4 aIII1itC DI la arroJlLon Bat 4C0npny F 3d Kentucky atate guard McRderton was last week mustered out 4 aagdnetthetVftthe pox JDukc Crotson was given twenty years tp the penitentiary for assaulting Mrs rGI8 at Newport- llan f fc Curry whu killed JOn Oorley jjraa Thursday committed to the insane MyiaM at Lexington 1 The Eminence city council has closed IIa t contract for a new Ire engine of the largeat and latest pattern A new pMtoffice has been established in Harlaa county by tho name of Avon t dale with Wm Leo as postmaster v John Kirly jr was stabbed four times fcy a man named Ilodgcra ut Eureka laat week His condition le serious v The court of appeals has affirmed the twentyone years sentence in the case of tlohn Dugan who killed John C Colson Lock No7 on the Kentucky river Is abut finished which will Insure slack water navigation up to HIckman bridge Charles Martin and Davo Justice have il been arrested at Cullettsburg charged with killing Lazarus Vinson two years ago The city council of Louisville has cre aced the office of stenographer to the f mayor and fixed the salary at jO per r month boughtVmilcKof turnpike roads in that county f Hat a total cost of 14000 and is trying to buy more f v Last Friday was an important day in 1aducah They had a hanging a circus a church cornerstone laying and a state doctors meeting t 1 Eighteen tollgates were destroyed in ofSlaetinterfere with the mob Wm Jacobs of IJcndcrHoti attempted b suicide by taking 20 grains of morphine Despondency on account of not being able to get work was the cause tjODn Melton the Purchase newspaper v correspondent of Paducah who bas been k in jail at Havana Cuba has been par 1 dontdand is now en route homey The girl wife of Gen Cassias M Cloy of White Hall Madison county has dc sorted him because she was not allowed 1 to go to parties or visit her relatives lima L R N has compromised with J II Oriidnrf of Stanford for the killing of hie sOn John Orndorf of Stanford who wnS a fireman by paying him 3 boo Henry II Ware a former resident of Oeorgotown curd for mnny years clerk in auditors office ia a candidate for chiefJ tI clerk islaturo of the lower house of the next leg t Tho Democrats of Darren county last week passed resolutions requesting Soon tor Lindsay to resign his seat the ground being that ho does not represent hit constituents George Romans who shut SheriffBare of Trimble county in September 1895 and who made his escape was finally captured in Indianapolis Ind last week and is in jail at Newcastle Charley Alborti an enthusiastic edu cator and prominent politician died nt St Josephs hospital1 Lexington lust week of pneumonia tho result of u cold j contracted on election lay r history repents itself In 1891 Messrs Lovott and ICcath ran for county uttor fey in Marshall county and were candi dates again this year Mr Lovitt was elected each time by a majority of 1116iA B Thompson of hart county has announced his candidacy for doorkeeper of the lower house of tho next general assembly Mr Thompson ia an allwool yardwldo Democrat who never crossest scratches scales or postpones when it tomes to yotiug r The negro tapster of Knights saloon at Fulton says the Mayfield Mirror had a sensational experience Ho wont into tho cellar with a lamp to draw a jugi and tho whisky took fire as it was run 04ni11lut of thV tiarreT1 Thriceth caught fire pnd was badiy bufncdarirl t it quirednollttl effort to prevent the dMtructIonof the building t r Vt fur e nc At Freucbburg court last week one wan wau jelled for thirty days far ateal ilag ftfcuk tt of good No crimiaalt case m tKf doeket ajdjlhf cifil itfa Lion requiring only a weeks term speaks volumes for the sobriety and peace of that model county SentihelDeraocrat There will be declamatory contest by six young ladles of the Eueplan society qf Georgetown a Saturday evening December A The aix young ladles wh will take part are Misses Jessie Board Katie Bradley Catherine Baughnian Lucilo Menifee Miranda Burgees and Mary Spears Georgetown Enterprise Gor Bradley last week remitted the floe assessed against CapU J 0 Bryant of Lexington for carrying deadlyI weapons Bryant drew a pistol at the late Fayette fusion convention to quell a riot but did not shoot anyone The governors indorsement on the petition says The intrusion of eutslders was unauthorized and Bryant as a member of the convention had a right to stop the IntrudersThe Optic which sailed from San Francisco last Thursday for the Orient will convey to Japan seven thoroughbred stallions recently bought by Y Mataraokes a representative to Japan and exporting manager of the great Japanese trading company The animals are all dark bays and none are lets than 15 hands in height Their average weight 1000 pounds and their cost delivered in Ywkotna will be about 460U each They were bought at Lex ington How To Cure Bilious Colic I suffered for weeks with colic mind pains in my stomach caused by bilious ness and had to take medicine all the while until I used Chamberlains Colic Cholera and Diarrhea Remedy which cured me I have since recommended it to a good ninny people Mrs M F Butler Fairhavcn Conn Persons who are subject to bilious colic can ward oil tho attack by taking this remedy as soon an the first symptoms appear Sold by J T Day Henry D Adams returned homo Mon day evening from Bath county where bo had been holding n meeting and re ports that ho had great success The 0yearold boy of J A Johnson of Lynn Center III is subject to attacks ofcroup Mr Johnson says ho is natis tied that the timely use of Caamberlains Cough Remedy during a severe attack saved the little boys life 110 is in the drug butanes n member of the firm of Johnson Bros of that place and they handle a great many patent medicines for throat nod lung diseases He had nil these to choose front and skilled phy ttiuiaus ready to respond to his call but selected 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 country over for its cures of croup Mr Johnson says this is the best wiling coughmedicine they handle and that It gives splendid satisfaction in all cases Sold by J T Day Tho Lexington coal men are in a quandary over tho coal supply There is plenty of coal but the roads have had such a call for freight cars that there is not enough cars on hand to carry the freight limo same condition exists in other nearby towns Sound Lungs are kept sound and weak lungs are made strong by DR flKMS PINHTARHONBV n scientific remedy of the most wonderful efficacy in all lung affections A yraraeo I had a long iprll of fuvrr that nttUxl In my lunch and catinwl n w rcre couch My phjilcUnit thou ht I PunTARltOlCltyand noon re ilomf the to hearth OEO A ALLEN Clear Springs Ky DR BEL- LSPINETAR HONEYi- s a certain specific for coughs 1 colds sorc throng bronchitis asth J croupPrtritkWdruggtebs kitiwlMi r 4Ma e IMwO ly i t 1 r s r Per lfMk r Si the HMM Secth Trimble Franklin cjuntya rep resentatlve elect subject to the action of the cancMof the Democratic members of that bodwill stand for speaker ef the next Kentucky heure of rcpresenta tires South Trimble waa born in Wolfe county this state April 13 1864 A8 Trimble a returned confederate soldier assassinated at night in his own home because of his loyalty to tile cause of the south and the same loving arms that held father close to mothers heart as he breathed his last prayer at the same moment cradled the infant form of their baby boy In blearly childhood his mother the daughter of Col Jerry South removed with her father and child to this city Here the subject of this sketch attendtd the public schools He was modest obedient studious and after finishing the course of study there pre scribed he mastered special course at Excelsior Institute Leaving school he went with his mother to their farm in this county where they have since made their home and where early and late- a a farmer ho has labored with mind and hands that he might earn the daily bread for which we are taught to pray South Trimble has for years been a close home student of the great economic questions confronting the law making powers in state and nation and there aro few men with broader information and none with firmer convictions or of more courago to dare and do for the best good of all the people He has had experience in deliberative bodies In the Democratic state con ventions of 1888 1892 and 1896 he was chairman and leader of the Franklin county delegations At the state convention of our party in Lexington last year he was for this the Seventh con greogional district chosen and commissioned a member of the Democratic state executive committee The contention of this year rccommisjioned him a mem ber of the same committee Last year when the Democratic convention of this congressional district convened here to select a nominee for congress all the parties in interest real ized that there would bo a long hard fight that many complicated questions of parliamentary law and procedure would arise Mess re Settle Bronston and Carroll the contending candidates for that nomination each desired for chairman a brave man of learning hon est fair and just They agreed on South Trimble He was elected and was the presiding officer of that body In all the history of the state there has been no more turbulent convention nor ont with more complicated questions for decision by tho chair Yet no word of complaint has been spoken against his rulings by either of the gentlemen named or any one of their respective supporters Thus was it demonstrated that as a parliamen tarian he is the peer of the beat He is an orator of force and reason he has contributed much beth of his for tune and his effort to Democratic success in county district and state He is much beloved by his homo people as shown by the fact that in our late elec tion his majority in this county was nearly four times as great aa was Mr Bryans last year Learned lovable brave an honest man tho pride of our young Democracy we commend him to the favor of the Democratic members of our next house representatives as one in all things worthof their support and entirely capable of making for their body an ideal presiding officer Frank fort Ledger 1100 in Gold Given Away The Youths Advocate Nash villeTcnn a 115 page illustrated journala paper that is read with interest and profit by people of nil ages oflcra 100 in gold to tho person who will form the greatest number of word from the name IDraugh on It also offers free u bicycle gold watch or scholarship in Draughons prac tical business college Nashville Tenn GalveJton or Tcxarkana Texas or in Homo other school Every person who enters the contest will get n premium of some kind Send at once for free sam plo copy of too paper which will explain all Contest closes April 20 1898 A Costly Turkey Feast Two young fellows of this community concluded a few nights since that they would have A turkey feast and repaired to tho turkey roost of Svbron Trimble of Lacy creek tw get the turkey They secured a fine fat gobbler and took him to another place and had him cooked The next day Mr Trimblo heard where his turkey hind gone and WAS about to issue n warrant for their arrest when they compromised tho matter by paying Mr Trimble 2 for his turkey Turkey feasts conic high but some people will have them at any cost L c x1PIY 1 Christmas Advertisingt+ 10 Cents an Inch Each iiine for 1 itch or 100 Uckei but 10 ti takes for lees thai S100 Te part however who will tate 6 iiohei or aore for 4 coiiecatifo week I will a- lasks the rate 712c per inch per issue No better opportniit wai II t over offered merchant of Lezing ton Winchester or Mt Sterling a to secure the mountain trade and f a trial ad now will convince then1Othat THE HERALD can lend then a peraaieit patronage if they will tily me its columns to invite the people JDeTSend copy at once acconpaiied by the cash to LoSPENCEHAztL GIIKKN HY1IP OIII IIyl FOR WATCHES t GOOD ONES at 360B- ETTER ONES at 600 +r ANn IIWAIUH And Watch Repairing UUTO FRED J HEINTZ IMainIKY j RIPANSPacked Without Bass fiMFOR flVD cis ptrpnmlfromleapt put up for the punwm of m ytlnff tho unlTcrul modern demand for a low priM btdtimewholn with or without a mouthful of water painInducoalnepprolongWe Iinu spring Medicine ita matter wh tii the nutter one will do you rood One nrn relief I a eure will result If dlrrctlona are TIle nY1Hfnt ptukaor e aro not rolloteIIl all dmlrrn althoush It Is probaliln that almnxt onstamptorwanted requetedbyaewGmcrtodoar ronta1nlnRtentahulcawill belent pwt lII SprucestNewYork Until the goods are thor Iioixtbtj Introduml to the tnrlea irrnjiaiMl I dlen will too supplied et n price which IU allow thorn a fair margin 1 1 down car tool fortoanteD man4roante U flown Illl carton forlafbymallforlal t irroM TM rartooO for tJOit 40 roll are cartons for trclcbtorcspntcautltsatthebuycnccost I uddrm WILBUR R SMITH I LEXINCTON KY Yon circular of his famous and responsible I COMMERCIAL COLLEGE OF KY UNIVERSITY Kxpoalllom5Lrg TuitlonlIoo111 Sbonhud TypeWritingandTelegraphy8peeialtim Mae1he Kentucky 1 a sealqUrniluatriiucceurolit oarsWILBUR WT COLVIN WITH TRIMBLE BROTHERS WnOOSaIB Grocers MT STERLING KY S- L 4A Lexington sand Eastern Raitaj trl mid Time Table in Effect ray 16 1897 01f diWESTSTAT thJOhiDallyLexington050 piaAvon ln JHVinche3ter iPFairliepntIndianinClayamStanton 1ant hDundeeam Jjy Nat UridgeJ 7 40 amTorrentsinBcattyveThree FksC amtheamAtholduJacksonamvimh EAST BOUNDII =NolI STATIONS icgDullyCrt NfAvonnmWinchester ilia- I i II JligIndian tillriDamStanton A legDundeeJ1mtn1TorrentHeattyve Jc 5 lit 1 oatTlireeFkat the patJackson Un u Nos 1 and 2 arrive slid depart from CI tle O Union depot at Lexington All frelilt on trains arrive and depart from NetherlandBil J K HAUItBGenl Manager L CHAS SCOTT Gen Pass Agent trawi = r TRADERS DEPOSIT BANK- MT STERLING KYI0WefCAPITAL 200000 I SURPLUS 130000 I 0LacJ M BIGSTAFF President S G L KIRri PATRICK Vice Pretldfd 11Wbl We 0rcspectfull solicit the buslnllI oCID Ihil chants tarmera trailers and huslnell l11CenernlrI Kentucky daglnernlchance to send you n bank book rayynf checks and loan you money when In affilCob W W THOMPSON CnhurA aod ba- rt ti1lbtI1Jtt rJtFTIlE nEXl4 itbii IS THE BEST ADVERTISING Y 11era f MEDIUM IN EASTERN nom give wok 1I1trteri v 114Clay tIpr YOUR FORTUN hear 110dKrflpI nndTour mindandhrnln I ala eatrert 5 toel1allllANH MFTIrOI INUA- Inflatet tenor to mankind In all lead t- VI1RFA COLDS NOME TnROA TAKHII That nwftil odor of t- apeesrs brJ tile WnndrfnllnnlAiUima prRtIY ONLY UUala II aaat Mr fIOOInCCMUiS save 00 rrlaaleusR a fri