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THetAZEL GREEN HERALD I= = rsttlbHshed March 4 1885 Mndo Famous In tho Story of Jonathan and His Continent by Max ORell = = r = = =1I I 1 ICImThe= = Oldest Most Popular Most Widely Circulated and Most Quoted Paper In the Kentucky MountainstllIN AliVANCK A YKAlt = ===TilKTKKXTII YKAU HAZEr GUEEX WOLFE COUNTY KKNTtCKYI THURSDAY IllAR11 1SOS NUMBER 43 uc T WOLFE COUNTY Il Swanno Springs Jaylul1II Swango w Harmon Iof Monday Harrison SwnitRO and wife spoilt last Wednesday iin JHael i rum Incio Hugh Coldirou Iis very sick nt j j the homo of his nelce MIr Thoi It Mis Ktlid Word of Harel CJrnen i toot dinner with Miss Mullie Swango Sunday 0Curtl and Mi Carrie Swango visitedI a treads nod r latives in Campion from Friday till Monday j H yL Veil nod charming daughter MM IollrIIf StillI I water gnvo thtsrunti II munity a pleasant visitI Ilast wool r Horaco and 1 lames onlIf your I tI Stuldat+i I place s J4111IS C OI I I ID oro Dolnrjs Inclo IHI b iickcll was in Daysboro I Friday taster polio Taulboo was in Day f fboro Friday rrJcso Oldlields was in Daysboro tlnr I ing the week Trumbrt Niekoll of Sollnr was in I Daysboro Friday tncle Kly Phipps of Grassy was int I Diyiboio Friday i i iAlec Nickell was visitingi at tho homo of ye scribe Sunday I I I thisI1 i Marian kills of lilmore was in this I vicinity cue tiny last wool 1 II Clay lIaoy wont to Hazel Green on business use tiny last tllff I To jolly drummers John IFvans and Willie Colvin were in Daysboro Friday I IlIoM1 Xiokoll of rawly was in Daysboro one day this week on business I IYlslribl will Ileave today fur Campion where heI will hustle fur Tin lliiiin I IPrnnk McKlroy of color returned this I 101Ii Miss Imru Wilson ono of Jilmores I IblrlAt Ihwors was visitingi in this vii clulty ono tiny last wcel I IGcrr Adams colored was in Days boro anti went on to Ilascl Green on I business ono tiny last week I I teachingIon Monday the Ifith inst login teach I IIngat the Amyx school house French Jove of Grasy Creek was in I Daysboro one day this week and says ho i hvays carries Tin lliuui in Iris pocket anti that it is equal to a letter from his lost girl I plncobetterDaysboro Friday and informed ye scribe thatI ho wnj SO years old was able to ntItend to his business and eau cut andI I split iOtl rails a day hasbeenlolIl1clIferpast 1 rriclay accoinpanietl by his brother 111II Th probnblylocatenear Oct Hi Cnttttt Toilvor TopicstHurrah for Tu KlJiiitA ii I IJanlcli Hush has moved to Win ClarksII 31rs I sickiJohn tofAeashuyiWillie throughFWIll ofI hasmoved rnI I theISundny3tisI I relativesantat Campion this week n A 11 tlcwife anti Howard Mu uhf and 4C a Ln metIlI Ililt night i 1 1 Catrou anti wilt were the guests Henry Stamper 8111wife Sunday j i H A Mannin JJ II MoNabb H 1 F Holing and Howard Mannin rue attend ing court at Campion this week Willie I j weerjtht guests of Mrs McClannahans par 1 entH near Iliiel Saturday and III1ln1 W T1 McVabb of Hazel Urecn jiawed through Toliver Monday movinj Hill Combs of color fu nut Kel1 to I HaelI I l trton Joe Iewiis the standing candidate fu matrimony 1pulled through lucre the1 other day but she doesnt live in then puts Joe go on Little Arch hay the I It year old h1 of John Day living near Maytown1 was1 OoorgePerrys t J arm cutting the largo artery lkilHiuS him instantly Ho Iloaves a nether live sisters and brothers and a host of friends to mourn huh loss Jan IS SIIINIIU Ollmoro Gleanings The writer will attend circuit court this week There was a good title recently and the log men are having a good tune I MM IL M1 I laddix whoso illness v 0II have spoken of before iis still living b1 gradualjy sinking Horn to tIll of statutes M1 1 lily Jan I11 twin buys weight lty1 and IIi pounds respectively Tho mother and buys art doing well This makes two pair ofr twini boys for Mr Fly and wife Tho tlilIenrlwriter lens never bean able to tell ono from the other Mr hay and wife have been married 10 years and have six boys anti throe girls all living JIIIIIIil a launch Iopnblican anil if ono fourth ofII thnt party could equal hilll ill boyl I time would como that till IDemocrats I Itwould have a poor show Jan I17 rsvti Ki irs A Cure fee Lau Hack I My daughter when lofovoring from an attack of fever was a groat sittlotor from pain in the buck and hip+ writsI Louden I rover of Sardis IKy II ftlfi using quite a nitmbur of rcmcd ION with r out any benefit she tried ono bottle of Chamberlains Iain Halm and it has given entire relief Chamberlains 1aiu Halm is also a certain euro for ritetu unit thm Sold by JII 1 Day Haxel Jreen MORGAN COUNTY Consolation Chat Mrs James Oldlield is very sick at her home JlIilll Wheeler will preach at thus place Saturday ll1ttl Sunday J1 W Motley U working hl1Iline black saddle horse in a two bursa wagon John Oldliold was visiting in this neighborhood this week nnd soiling Ind rues JI W Motley moved from his fathers to tilt Cutter lurk of intssy whore ho will make his future homo Mrs1 AII Hlankenship iii confined to home with fever cud Dr loyndon iis attending her Miss Honnioand John Cecil and J 1P Motley attended tho wedding of Miss Ida Murphy Thursday and reported a nice Joseph LykinshasI moved to HigCaney Richard Franklin moved iota tho houic vacated by him and Green Taulboe moved in a hoc II e on the farm of Sobron Walters Jan 18 IVxcii JustJ before the late November IrcI thou some one took from my horse n pair fair leather saddle bogs Through n friend I have located them and If they ll returned where I can get them that j will be the end of it If not HOIIIO one will have to prove tho pWlc81louII tf Dii J A TAIJIHIHV Joe Iicratt nf Hlackwatcr was at i too bedside of his nephew Uciiry Pioratl ono tiny this week a V 1 iWoqtea 10001jWonuii JJoys anil Girls to l1R1t111IjJ1 may Mccuro theta Ill + oncr 1 1lnIttake1 tthem att FiftyI Cents a Year 11rI HESERALDl- iiiis tilt ohlost mostt popular Illllltl nu st IUtltllt paper in the Keni1 1 IItueky ami acknowledged by pross and pcnjh tt be the aeme of American country newspapers It jjives ALL THE NEWS 1ALL THE TIME j md iis so popular with thi people ami so reliable withal Ijthatt I II is nearlyI alwaysI refer 1 t 1 hlIIIIDEH j 4 i Xo other 1n1t111fl1u1 ini Ken ttlllli11 l111lttallll11Il IIIIIIUIlIl1 and international reputation to petal it and no other local paperI in I KentuckyI boasts a1 I lady contributor from across ttho briny deep Wo hae ttwo And for the present year ISMS TIM I UrnI 111 promise t to 1 be BETTER THAN EVER BEFORE I 111I Though till price is butI 111 This oller is open to all IIIII subscribers and It IIolll ones I who pay up arrearages IIInd- oIll vear in advance Those on the list who are now in ar rears will bo takent oil unless at once renewed under this frcii I FOR THIRTY DAYSD DjUYO L Dont wail until the ttime is nottuxtonding it The time to subscribe is NOW and then you art assured of having the paper paid for for I 2 months and of receivingi it f weeks Subscribe today and tell nil your neighbors how cheaply they may receive the paper and nave till trouble of bor rowing At the low price of 50 CENTS A YEAR no person can allord to not take it ami we shall expect every ono of our friends to bringone nowsubscriber each at least Go to work friends and help us to make our list of paid up snbsoribors even 2000 1 f all our friends will 4 heartily help us we win have them befog 30 days are up t no n I I ICOL A W IVERTON 01 rwnhlort Gives Ills Views About the Dovulopuiout ol this Section tho fnturo Financial Salvation ol tho 8atoat Lnroo 131S93tI SPKVJ ir CtxMll llnzel ireiti JKy I Dear JSpeiieer Your paper of tho SOth ult containing mi article in reference to omc MipgealiniK I hudI innde to tho Motgnii County Mown er tvrls sent mo 1 presume by yourself nod the kindly remark therein about luysulfanti ou i old school days brought vividly to my rccolleitiou the happy days we spent together nt AlcdnoV school WhIt a pleasant little gentleman McOeo win Uuling by kindnoK + and example ho won tIlt hearts of hi + school and M I recol lect today ho had few to pmiMi during his tutalage Tho pretty girls wo had at companions at that school Iis 111ntlIlhllI very much like to know the future of all of them and to ttco them again For the pint ilO yours I have taken a great intoim in tutu development of tIlt timber and mineral resources of the mountains of lKentucky and have often predicted that tho future greatness of tho state lay in tho opening to commerce of this legion Ton years ago geologists estimated that the IViiinylviiniu 1110111 nlllillhatl I I I lucky would have to furnish till east with the lORI that Pennsylvania has been delivering to that sretinn With I I fcodcis miming out to the C IL O your rI easyreachChicMgo and with till extension nf the Norfolk nnd Western with its you would have another fNlerrlII to the smrbuautl I The cnnnel coal field of Ivaitorn 1ICon lucky is tIlt liirgcal in the world aunt IfII i pioporly brought to the Attention oftt investor wOlllelIIf itself tiring speedy development lull you have beside this lino liituniinoiH coal Iniilillnx 111111I timber and llroolay to ray your agricultural products which wuiild ht greatly Mimiiliilud by shipping facili ties I IIIIhliO what Mil engineer Mr IP M1 Woudmin whn was sent to cxiiinliii our laudit in Morgan county has to say in regard to till agricultural possibilities of your part of till llItlIIvpcoiiilly was I forcibly Improved nothingIcleared of tiintuir will yield fair crops of corn tobacco small grain potatoes and superb frult this Mction being expo daily adopted to the growth end n Hord ing tho best fruit IniiiN in IKentucky by ruiiMUi of its high locality IIn privato con vernation Mr Woodiot told mo ho had nova toted applin of 85luua flavor an ho found in your ruction Now consider what tho fruit crop would ho to your people If you had the equal fiicilitlcn of other favored suctions to get lit to tIll Kiulcrn markets It would olniOHt rival the viiluu of your coals cud add iiiiinuiiNoly to your wClllthIPetition your IcKislaluro fur n 1111111II amount to set forth your claim to iho attention of tIll outhlde world and thlmI fonn yourselves into a committee of the whole to induce dottlemcnt and railroad Insulin inent of your country and the day Iis not far distant whim the hum of Industry will bo heard on every hnnd and iho mounlniiiH of IKentucky will bu the financinl sat vatiou of tutu ttlalo If any ono should doubt It rend the history of Pennsylvania West Virginia and tutor of Alabama and Tennosuo cud then rend with shame the history of your own state with its great UlllloVlII oiled resources and its cnrelen disregard of its grunt wealth A Pittsburgh a Wheeling and a CMiattunooKa lay con coaled to tho eye to buy in unseen Ken lucky but your mountain country will 0110 they reproduce thorn and that day 1 nm sure Is nut far distant IIII I With kindest regards and bust wiI hell I I am dear Spencer Your most trulcA W OVKJITOX P S II the mounlnln counties would net Rotnonriint la tho way cities do In I1tlC vcrtldilig tholr advantages It would bu a great feature in rolling attention to theta Have n cominUtcu of your best inou to act no the beards of trades do in t cities nnd let all who cnro for tho devel opment of your section contribute to tho cost of getting information nnd giving it to the public and I am sure It would not ho lung befoie you would have good resultsI Tho progressive Indict of Wcntflold Ind issuedaOmans 11Mltion of thn Westllold NOWII bearing unto of April iII ISiti The paper isl tilled with matter of interest to v onion and wo notice Ihn following front n correspondent which treatsrUHII a mutter of vital importance to their sex I The best remedy for croup colds and bronchitis that I luivo burnable to timl is Cliaiulurlalns Cough j llemody 1or family use it has no etjuul I gladly rocommond 2rt and 8l cont bottles fur saint by J T lty1 Intel lirccnTiin ii N i TD 1Till Into South Easlsrn Kentucky Railroad Sparks Tho roud which extends front Yer snillos to Irvine 1II distance of 611 lades cud formerly known in thu IL N f I IL is to bo extended says the Lox ingtou JHerald The Louisville I South eastern Unllroad company now the own er of the lino louts executed at Veisiilllen first mortgage lauds to the Union Ft list Company of Philadelphia to the amount of 2iOn000 Tho purpose of raisinj this money is to mako tho abovo men tlollllltextension which will utter tho ullthcllllternII ItlllllllllllllIIKmttyvllle ron was built about six yetus ago and was origi nally intended to run from Versailles to neuityville The funds wore however expended before the roadI was tlnishod and tho lieu was nut continued beyond IIrvine lira road was never n HUCCOWM Mind win recently sold by its receiver JohnI McLood Persons who are irotibliMl with IndlgOH thou will bo Interested In the oxperionco of Wm II P nn chief cleric In thu railway inillntrviionl Dos Muinci Iowa who writes It gives nm ploaniro to testify to tho merits of Chainborlaiiri Colic CholiiM cud Diarrhoea Komodjr Fur two year 1 hlloltllilowtrom itiili gostlou unit am subject to frequent sovoro attacks of pwln in the stomach and bowelsI Ono or two doses of this remedy novor fails to give perfect relief Price itf and M runts i for wile 1 by JI TI Day hazel U rIll II Charlo1 JI I imbert private socroUry to Auditor tStone tins sent in leis rcalgnu tine to take itlecl on the 23th lust Air Lambert has brut appointed prlvuto sou rotary to the general pinsengor ngont of the Chicago Hiirliiigton and Quincy railroad with lioaibiuartors in Chicago ColI Stone hiss nut yet decided who will ho his successor HOW TO FIND OUT FillII biittlo or common glavs with 4 urino nod lot it stand twentylour hours a sediment or settling Indicates a tits casod condition of tutu kidney Whim urine Ataiiis linen it Ii positive evidence of kidney trouble Too frequent dcnlro to urinate or pain in the back IN nine convincing proof that iho kidneys and bladder are out of order WHAT TO DO Thnro is comfort in the knowledge HO often ex pressed that Dr lCllnursswanrp- Rent the great kidney remedy fulflllit every wish III relieving pain In the back kidneys liver bladder und ovary part lit the urinary pasutgiift It correct ina bility to hold urine and In passing it or bad cflects following Use of liquor wine or beer and overcomes that unpleasant necessity of being compelled to got up shay times during the night to urinate The mild nnd the extraor dinary elect of Htrninp Hoot Is sons roalired It aland the highest fur its wonderful cures of the most dltrewdn ease IeOU need n medlclno you drugI r fi sent free by nailnuentlnu1ttl llAZKr GlUm HIMIAII and send yourCuUloot- olllco address to Dr Kilmer A Co 1 ninjrllamptou N Y The proprietors of this paper guaraiitco the genuluqncw of this oiler n To pare a Cold ia Oaf Daf Ta o Lnzailve Bromo QiiLntnoTabtetiu All dritgnist rcfuijif tupneyU U fails ttk4 curo 23o Y w t J ilror Iy J tsd1 a J PHE HERALD I IPEliOER COOPER Editor I r 11lHUItSDAJ 1 11 I IT MAY or tiny not portend evil to theItI IrcttlItI1drclllhf i IIflnyend of Hurcl Green between the Mibur jj- IIID and the Morgan county line live W N Nickell Jreen Tun I bee nnd Richard Franklin the hist mimed of color and teach of thorn has six healthy KIIIH who 1 will bo voters homotimc The three men i named are Republican in politic antia it is fair to presume thus theywill rear I their progeny according to the faith that ibin theta PreMiniinp therefore that If nilof them live ti become enters while they reside where they do the outlook ill an exceedingly gloomy one for Hazel I ireen I the banner Democratic precinct I of old Wolfe lust think of a total of j 21 Kcpublican voters in throe fin ilies i nnd I nilof them within a Mones throw I of each other Nor is this all So run I Walter who belongs to the party fll I protection MI called also liven within t this radius that mny l1111 covered with the rays of a bulls eyo lantern nnd he i rearing n nephew who will likely po ns I Iris nnclo goes for as the twig s bout the tree will prow Contemplate whatj u cotiMdrncy may omo day bo hatched in thin circumscribed district tinier a change shall come oer tin spirit of their I l dreams Tin HIUAM however hope t to eillCt a chnnge in their conviction by winning them over to the free coinage of silver at the ratio of IG to I and thn Have theta MrI Nickell jis already n convert ay he embraced that religion l and Will baptized into the emir llast fllItj and may eventually become a Democrat i in full fellowship For the other I wo can only nay nnd point the way leaving their enlightenment to the 11II ItitioiiH of time and thu justice of thlI freecolniipe catite Si sifter nil out fears mny bas t route lIi s n were tho e I of thutzyof this town who a few years I ago trot one bright 11sy morning and I remark ad II Oh Lord i am so afraid I I shan be laid up with rhriimnti m next j winter though she hid not then our I hud ever 111111II Myintoin of Ithe 111111111I INAHVIUTINTIY we last week failed to note that till Democrat a neat little free Milvjyrcraft hailing frtim KselI hllllI immU nt our port on her initial trip I T I Inrr ix mimter and CharleyIay Vlor who win formerly stoker to ChidI Kngineer Cassity on the Morgan County I e Dumocrat which suck on tho Mecscnger I shoals of Nest Liberty ill first unite anti handles the wheel Iion old mariner I She shows clean deck with a shade too f much white mnybo clod coming from III1otterI I in the silver trade and curry bullion for free coinage at JG to 1 wo with her and her crew n pleasant voyage every vek while sheV in the trade Hut come to think of Itwu havent tteen her nniln this week and wo now remember that the wan the taints boat sunk nt Went Liberty hut rebuilt anti newly ofiicered Can it bo that she has again struck n snag or run on the tdn nl or ill she becalmed nt1j Hun for want of a headwind The latter is hardly probable considering the ability of her new navigator mid one i + nt n lots to account for her nun arrival Hope iill f Qxprcnod that some incoming pnngy or theItidings that 1111clI And she may J after nil never have cleared for n trip last week but absence of thin informn lion is agonizing anxiety Luter The mate mutlned nnd the master Wilt left without n crew SOUK of our friends were n few dnyj since discussing the remarkable memory antindividual who standx idebted to this office Wftmentioncd nod we Iinstinctively inquired j Wonder if he reuiembere the 3J due us and unpaid Y It was n crtlel question perhaps nod conceived in in iquity but when We thought of LIt retentive memory and the retention of money justly Burs the idea of his twin gifts KO exactly alike raised the oldII harry IIof our human nature BO high a thitwe durst not eupprra it if we Ot defiled u H a- r r offi y artyY r q- 1Mr a 1 THE coal in the Big Sandy region in the finest in tho world said Congress man Fitzpatrick of Kentucky recently to the Washington Times I got the government to send a corps of engineers I down there to survey and inspect It but they came back after taking u look nt it They unit they were afraid of getting mixed up with the HntfieldMcCoy feud I That in nil stall You could go to the j home of llntfleld tomorrow and hed i take you in and treat you like a gentle mat McCoy would do the Maine thing sight of a McCoy to n Hat field or of Hnlflcld to u McCoy ii like n red Hug n hull but n stranger in alwaysi welcome The mountaineers of llen tncky are the finest people in the world breathe the pure atmosphere toe water as it comes sparkling from the mountain tops eat plain food live in the open air II lilt take plenty of exercise Their eyes ore as bright and clear nn the dew drops which sparkle in heart of their native flowers The blood which courses through their veins is an pure as the air they breathe They re big brawny stalwart men Their hearts Oft as big as their bodied They are strangers to the vice and tainting ins flncncs of the cities Many of them are uneducated yet among them you will troll natures noblemen The moon taineers are the must slandered of topic in the south If a man is looking for u tight he can always get it but there are no better folks none more kindly hearted none more ready to help a friend than these stone people Door locks fire unknown tin latchstring al ways hangs on the outsize and the t ranger miles he Ibe n revenue officer iis always welcome Tom thisi is a pretty picture antiso prettily1 paintedI lwllt i a U pity to mnr its bounty Especially I ince we can endorse every wordof it Bllt with all their iKiblc qualities Ill EY WILL NOT PAY FOR Ill Ell 1A IKll tyro niter their solemn promise to do so At least that isi the way many of tho debtpayers1 have treated us n Tin ILexington papers Lying ti till news that our old friend W IL Iulk late of the Argonaut stall has purchased the pood will hold fixtures of the Lexing ton Observer nwncztun so ably edited by till late lamented JohnI O lodges1 and that ho will resume its publication at once Mr1 Iolk has had vast expe deuce as a journalist nod during Ills career has edited the Sherman Texnsj Hegister the Lexington Transcript Tin Drummer thin Weekly Cilobe Middles born Daily Democrat mid other papers nut it was on The Drummer that he learned toII do Sunday school stories and as he will make the Observer a Sun fay sheet that experience will now stand him in hand Ho is n vigorous and versatile writer anti we were about to add ono whose veracity can oat be questioned but remembering that this font iis short of vs well have to close the sentence without saying it Our JherJ close communion with Charley Towns send will agree that he is all wo claim for himITin Mountain Voice of last week contains the following compliment to our distinguished follow countyman A F Ilvrd the new commonwealths attorney iis rigid and inflexible in the dihclinrgo of his duties and from what we have seen of him wo believe he iis a brilliant lawyer and will do his duty to the commonwealth without fear or favor p In a Nutshell Mr Samuel inmpcrf president of the American Federation of Labor sums up the reasoiu for the opposition to the Wall street plan for reform of the cur rency as set forth in the Gage hill in the following forcible language 41 We oppose your currency bill be cause aH has been well said it is n bill to provide for the abduction of the soy cretin power of the government to the banks for the strengthening the hands of the speculative cliques enrichingi the few and impoverishing the many Tho laboring men of the United Stntes sere deceived and driven into voting for McKinlcy anal the gold ctundnrd in IS9G Lint since they have tasted the bitter fruits of their folly they will not make the mistake the second time They are for the free coinage of silver nt 10 to 1 independent of the action of any other nation and their votes will in future elections turn the scale against the gold standard and in sponsor the Republi can party Louisville Dispatch Whether itVaKtubborn cold or just n sniffle you can cure it for god with Dr Iklli Pine Tar Honey This famous remedy taken in time will stop the proS ress of consumption antI bring the color Sr health to the pallid cheek John Davis of the firm of Rose ft Davis the enterprising blncksmits and wngon builders of this plncc is in Jack son negotiating the sale of n lot 0f teIto that place It pays to advertise I- JTIEYER WISE 9 KMOJIEN I M TOUT KPS AMI iOMKIilW OK FURNISHING GOODSIHOSIERY Underwear White Goods NOTIONS FANCY DRY GOODS 225227 Race St Suinl U Tern MCalI leheu CINCINNATII Lexington and Eastern Railway Time Table in Liiect Way 1C 1397 ESl I3UtNIDS- TtiONS No f Xo 1 IIIIIIIt Ilailv Siuidnv Ivxiiitton I bi imam IAI 20I pin JlIIIllIlhlSlcrt t l IllIairlipoiladian1 pmClayi 01111111111 S 10 sot 11 0 n in lillfllI 7 Oath i 10 ISaw IIlIlIdI 7 IStmn 11017 nm Nat Iritlji 7 10 HIM 10 0 am Tornlit j 7 1M am ItI 26 ini IifHttVVl I If 7 tf tun S 00 mil ThrllIklol 0 A3 am 7 in inn tthol It 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Hallow U wliulc wIth or wltfiovt a moutbturat water Tlicy rUN nil tonuirb tn alili t Lan Wi jJnloducoIrrp I rr tluiut llfr An InvaluiiMu fIIeIhwt Hprltw HMllcine No miter what toe muter onp will do loa rood One plrwI rllfI n sum will mult Ifdlnvtlonx aril fciIUiwiil Tnt nt nhPMkIUltl anl1ot 3t tolrt iutnt I all Ipno tl prutnbnn that aimnit- an1dnggtat n lIUIJ1IbllllCqlllloct iyacuntanTt do toO I hut In M1 capeainfoc- arton I 1111111 tatanndewilllorot at arteialdtoapyaddrrtfcrlincentlurthmrNIcrwardnl NwreStNwlnrk entltthnywdarethor f ClIlbl Inll WIICIo1 10 tbt 1011 I itlrn will tieruppllej nt it prrtcewhich will riUow t 1 doyen fAro tunrfnrsennttnnmUllcsntr 12 norm ill arluulforatbytnaafor2 G irrcmTM nu10nll tar PI1o I5 firs 11aD eMlak for U cah with tla oNr In errry raw 11- 1fiylht or crpna cuarytt nt the bujiT1 colt YOUR FORTUNE1 lair hind lourhnpdneaItIn your uriiicUi Ktrplhe llrnil mill Throiit rlrnr nod bonltlir mill vnnr nilmlntxl lirnln l ntwnTa litn t nnd rife VU H NIt19ItOl IINIIAI6111athe i crftlcn rvllf to mankind In nil hrnd trounlm LIKEN COtIIN NO UK TIIICOAT CA T1KKII That nwful odor ofCutnrrh dlinr Knr tif Ili IIM Wnmlorfnl In liar unaadArtLmn iVIHTV OXIY CTNIIM ANH Jsntihimtx ultra co ntfuulI uu c e1 HOWARD iSTAMFER A ATTOnSBYATLAW 1 CAMPION KY Will practice in the courts of Wolfe and the I i adjoining counties All buiiiiessentrujttdI to ox tare will receive prompt attention y k na 1 Grunt Cloying AND I SoleICOMMENCED SATURDAY OVEMBER 20 AT f Louis anus Straus LEXINGTON KY 110OJlS line Sal uttte Ovenouts at SlLM1 other dealers I1 ice 11- n 309 lions Long liters at yOthey dealers price iO 105 Cassiinere Suits at 100 other dealers prim 130 330 Foils Casiinerot Suitst ntt So other dealers1 i rieo750- JoO pall oMJoys Oordurriy Palltsl at JH cents other deal ers rice 7tcentst 750 pairs tit Boys heay Cassinure IPants at 3S coiits other dealers price 75 Cuts I Every Departoieiit is overflowing win BailsS 1 cfte will put on sale 2jO dozen Mens Tau and Black Sul1at 5 tints per pair other dealers price IllJc A line of colored shirts at iif centst other dealers prices e aIm Jiovs luni Coats at SlrlO other dealers price 250 Louis a CMS Straus I LEADING CLOTHIERS I The Best and Cheapest School In Eastern Kentucky t I filJZEt RiEl AaAnllMl I NORMAL BUSINESS PREPARATORY 898IS 3 Full Courses Sustained in Every Department iCollegiate Preparatory Normal Business ana Bible Thorough Work is Required in all Studies Pursued j Tho Expenses are as Low as Possible i Iiiinnl fjtii IMI Tuition Aciiilvinii oo oo oo u n I Tuition Scholarship ItookKctpinj SliortliHinl nail TjpewritiiiLMi1 s SO en I I For Turin of Tnuiitxvthrtu Vouks t 1 For Catalog mud further inlorniaiion write tot WM H CORD Principal HAZEL GREEN K- YcIE R Aris-C P1C iC1T 0 BLACKSMITHS AND WAGON MAKERS lIAXEL GREEN KENTUCKY MAKE A SPECIALTY =OF BUILDING FARM and ROAD WAGQ WE use the Bt Material and Guarantee Satisfaction Call anti get our Pit r and1 when you need anything of the kind give me your order Home People get only Honest Work and be Happy I IN THE nORSJ 1 SIiOEIG AND REPAIR DEPART1Il 7 employ only skilled labor every man being an artist in hit fpeci 2 your work b respectfully solicited I G l HERAI4 GOoyAC OC= 1COCQ- AGO ERG LIrlnGgooooooooooooxoQOOO John H KVHIIS hag gone to Powell county on 1 i business trip JJurnie Finch took a load of court at tenda Its to Camptun Jlonlhty- A T Combs VheriHof Wolfe county was in town Friday iiipht on ibusiness Charley Kcyccr of the Tracy shoe house VAs a guest of the Day Home Tuesday niuht Hob Wills and wile of Maytownwcrc the gnf ft of F X Day trod wife Satur day anti Sunday Curt lacey Jim Finch and Johnny Pdulkncr lire visitingi relative in the ad juicing counties for their health John Hay one ot the academy stu dents was baptized in lied river Monday afternoon trul Cord wlhciating Major W H Taulhte of Morgan Ipawed through town Monday en route to Campion to attend circuit court Jolly John Iieratl iattending court nt Campion this week and incidentallyI trying to tllia few of hU famous wid dies W I SeiU the jolly commercial tour jat wart here Monday tctriewtng our merchant and stopped at the Day Notre t Marshal Drake Ipisctl through here Friny with Newt Doggiiis of Menefee charged with violating the internal rove nue laws Wilt Havens ot iralty creek wa tifiiing hits brother Monroel of ilii r place the latter pert of last cud first of this week Win lIImh colored has rented the Iieratl property recently vacated by Dr Andy Nickell end moved his family arum Ell The trial of Jerty Cardwell charged with the murder of John IHargU in the lw citcnit court last week resulted in a hung jury Arbury rooks contemplate a visit to Pascal county in the near future aril while there will solicit subscriptions to Till llr11- W S lleery and wife of Mat Wood Murgiii county were heio Sunday to visiti their daughter who isi attending kchool at this place Mrs Mey and daughter Mrs Mary Nickellsister tad neice of Mrs lou Dny left Sunday morning for their home in Lexington Horn tit the wile of WIll Jones Thursday night a bouncing boy baby Will isi awfully proud of him but cant decide what to name him Miss Alice Smith of Wolfe county and T IVico Cole a well known young merchant Bud lRepublican politician of Jack on were recently married ForI tllA firstclass improved White ellI machine with all attachments and rood as new cost 4Ilf but will bel told for ipi Apply at this other Horn to the wife of JJ IU I llImktlf this place on Friday the Hth inst a Democratic boy Richmond says he I yelled for free silver befure he way nni hour old- 1enrl I Strong a proiriiient farmer o Ureathitt county was found dead about HX miles from Jackson lIt11rtlaiIt iis presumed he way thrown front his mule lIutl tilled I Icvi Couch and wife of this county j ClaySmithI j j I I 111111I I j ssye j the Mountain Voice correspondent at tint place Nee Nickell made a flying trip tll Caniptou yesterday Well flying may not be the proper term but when IIlI parsed hero with hii wagon his rnulc here flopping their ears j Iemncracylion1 I a gum of the Day Hmito Monday night i and left Tuesday for rmpton where he has come biiHincHs in circuit court The quarterly comiiunion will be ob SUIIidayI j j I j EverybodyInelted aIleudiome1 under the reduced price they are railing I I In from every quarter Keep up the Pd1 wnrkt frjenj and wellj soon have- tut quota For TJiF IIERAInA lu WOMAN Tie not the silk that womanOrmay The lowers gay upon the bonnet Or lilacs in the hair T posefheTit nut the richest ornncumitLThnt makes the womiin grand TU not the temper some mny how From Hffs first cnrliutt morn Or ll1I1t graceAmidTIs the eyeTheOr lipAhA life that points above the t kiN Where worshiper may smile A heart that never knew disguise And1 free from art or guile inodrstyIrigbtestembletaschugAndi Where purity fouiilidn overflows And love eau neer forgot These four true heavenly iial5tiiis When linked Into n baud Together with a Christian life Will snake the woman ninii SAM WMSOX n A young noun mimed Terry a sun of George Perry and Arch Day a son of John Dry both mere boys became in vol veil ilia dillieulty during church ser vicesI at Sandlicld last ThurMhiy night After Mine hot words they went outside and Day ns we understand told Terry thej would se tile their troubles thou and there To1 this Terry objected say ing it wns no puce to leave a light lUy then hit him twice with a plliuf hone made knueks and at the second lick Terry reeled and fell Im he soon re gained leis feet and as he did so opened Ills knife with which he cul Day in tiltIi shoulder The knife thrust severed I IInlllli I Terry ccu had hit sillequently Mirren dered and was placed l in jail Circuit wart being in M iun it Iis probate i his trial will bo called at once llmtI are all the particular we lucre been able to leant tlf the alltir and whether they aro absolutely correct wo Ire unable to ay The adair was very unforttinaie alld1 the friends of buth families regret it very much i The data fit =prndlhag recently erected by the IUuscIHlms withstood tho title of Stinrdny The water Tonne a cievnwe on ono side of the river however nodI washed out sand fur the space of a halff Hers carrying inniirrm pine trees away While the daniHgu I incurredI will cost i bite or more to repair it will III 110 wle interfere with the operation of the millI tit that place during the present stage of water nut when till water gels low IIIi the summer they will be compelled to j hCHtlloCI Kusdl who told us of liii ni5 fortnne seemed to take the mailer philosophical Ily and will move along in the tell temir of his way Topics for must at the Christan church on Sunday lilt Move Forward at 11 a m rind1 The Way into His IKingdom at tiilit p III IEverybody ii is cordially invited to attend Inth cervicfH Kernember ihe Lord Supper is observ e1on every Lords Iaywd no Christian cm aljord to iibcnl himself from ibis observance Thu Disciples mol on tIll lfirst day of every week to break brwl1I and give thanks mill too followers of Chril today should1 1IC just as regular laft Sundaylvui IL Conn Prof Mt U Marion writing to the JIIlk OIl Hustler from Lake City Flu has the following about two former well known citizens of this place Dr Mickel who iis favorably known in your section and who is now located at Madison n totsee me a few days ago I never saw him looking better Rev J1 J K Haney a Morgan county boy in at Lcrthu rg inI South Florida I saw him about n monthI ago mid he wan dressed like a prince NIA pbtal card front Elder D H Fallen jWilrner Dallas county texas under date of Jan iI lIIIIU Editor Hazel Green HrrAM I wish to exprrd IOYI thunltH to many of my old friends for words of sympathy received since th death of my Inloved wife mid ask thei pnycro that I WilY live a lranspnreu life Glad to say my little girl in im IIproving Iletto send me Tin HKHAIH for ensuing year 1Mnnroe HaycnH of this place accom panted by William Smith of Middles boro n piano and organ tuner left fo- Rest Liberty Tuesday afternoon Time i latter to tune all the muslcal instrumentB he can engage and the former to Indulge- In a little chin music on his own account Mwy afw Ca pton CarrencyhI IHuutI week and reports nice time I Miss Carrie Swango charming young In brothIrI family I Misses Stella and Lilly How of Lacy j creel entered school here on Thursday last They have taken rooms up stairs at tile parsonage I The protracted meeting isllItill in pro grcss and up to this time there have been l2 conversions It is well attended I both day fled night i The following gentlemen compose the grand jury A H Landrum foreman1II S U Murphy I111clls1 N Sword i B X Howling L G Stamper Joab ienco II A Manning BJ Ilash Leander Iunu W S Trimble timid John II Hrook i Circuit court convened at this pace Monday with his honor D H Hedwine j on the bench Commonwealths AltorJ ney Hyrd presides with dignity IlIItlllllll1 bility in hits new dice There Iis quite a large docket includinir equity and ordi nary causes and indictments toIle dis j poseIof The petit jury Iis as follow First panelJ S Campbell IHenry Crane JJ JI N McCjiiiiin Elijah Collins S S lime Henry Patrick Timothy Graham J 1- 1ihhnolils1 1 IF Stamper John I IlIltOIl1 sraud U W McNabh Panel No 2 Hnwatd Maiiniu Jas IIt Itosc JI II Vest Jell Edwards M ML Shackclford W T1 Tyler Floyd Armit Prcslon Hollon ITltl following nro roeUli red at the Conilis Hou e W C Ierkins Hasjol Green S A 10111111Ii JI J II Iierutt It Harry h IrkimII I 15 A I 1IIhIIi I ID io1seyIt It Jiilm H llollop Daysboio S H Wilson IDivid IIS ludwiiio Hokum Carlo Haker lift t1IcIIIr C 15 fakir O W MoNabbf Toliver John nxIIJohn Tester Still water Wm IIII Tuulbec Leo City S N lItllII II II H May Snlyorsville- Ci i C Oliver Ilat Il H Taylor Louisville Henry Matlock JICnoxville Term 1 I leader I H ILjutlral The people who sumo into town iindI HIIthat one has to wade through mud twoII feet deep to get around them ought lo lure a titan lo pay They neednt be surprised if they Hud ihem unhitched I occasionally either for there aro people who wont walk around them and one of ihem is Jan 10 MIIK Gut MIY Jim l rill of Lacy creek bought a line saddle Monday laid his ma anl pa war as well mitke their arraugcieuts 111 get along without Iris services pretty 1soul as he is evidentially beta on sparkII ling awhile and then choosing lj wife u ll ililJIIV 111 fiq1 i Stop h tl H That N fWilYHoney A KiiMrniitrril cough rrin g tdy wholly urillketillutheranettcr Ji acts directly on tho IIIIKOIIH mcmJri truncR hculi tho IIIIIKH and rrtplrn Jf I oleIorgan eyitem und Invigorates UieJ DR BELLS I aratI HoneyI Ieoftlnlnl the onfntrftlfdbeallll virtue of old and tried nedletnaingents extruded by a new 5crAlin ifrKl tips lnli of ills it noLL IMt1r- 1aw o t lth t- qil i j l An Open Letter ilAKL GitKKN 1 Kv December 20 1897 rH s Dear Sir You will please excuse me for in trmling on your valuable time but as I have not hail the pleasure of seeing you for sumo mouths past I thought II would once more perrhaps before death remind you ofit solemn oc currence that took place long long ago1Tow this is a painful duty for me to perform and perhapsI 1 when1 you receive tins1 salI intelligence1 your own heart will be burdened with sorrow Hut I should keep you in suspense no longer In days past and gone you bought of mo goods under a solemn promise tthat payment would he made in at few days What on earth iis ilio matter Are you dead or still living If dead write aleul1 II will donate the mount to the education of your children nutI if still living fill Id 1 your promise Call ami pay what you owe me and thereby imreiiso your 11OS pvts fur the I Internal City Dont let the devil tempt you arid IlongerI that rise up in your manhood and fulfill the teachings of the Holy Vrit I r3 J1i In 1nI= 7ngtVery 1 ivsjioctfulh JI F PiERATT i o RUSSELL BROTHERS Ic1 MILLERS AND SAWYERS ia1ISti 1 ovrhauled 1IIIltllllrnlltllhrIII1II1 the machinery d1 J 1 MAY MJM nt ilael1 Urceii we are now pre =to tiared to attend to the want of the public in ALLI MILL1 MAT e = 111SI not 11111tnnrnesai factiii in mil cues iijud days =iceIirKsDAYS1 FKIDAVSaudSATrUDAVSI l Twill l hit Iigl- Uhatehtilding t TaterlalI of Ail Kinds =I or We are nlsu prepared to ilo custom niwing at ill per 1000 j feet III on the halve+ mid WI eat on short nnthr furnihli FIUOU iINt fiiLlN U WKATIIKIMlDAItniNC sJIKKTINO sued momell kinds of Huilding Material in wood at the LOWESTI I THICK When you want to save money give UH a cull Our 4Prr = CJ IB wIIdt IU the finest ever erected in thin section and MIICO we bars been 1 1 = illharLclIfil we huge made AS UOOI IFLniJl AS VAN IIK =1MODI iD IIN ASS 1AKT OhIlflI MATH from the same Iquality of wheat white and sweet llrill UH good wheat and toiII = OUIt WAKEXt HJt3VJD- A I i Spradling on Red Kiver i v now I in operation and wo lire pre I apare to nake II up rior oinilily of meal at tunic toll UH above r urI will UIMNII In KVKliY DAY IIN THE WJ5EK Sunday ex j ccpud Soliciting the public painmaijo we remain terdA BUSINESS EDUCATIONs WUlAIiii 1 your truliiing ut the eho d that HtiindN In the very Iront Ullkth B YANT STRATTON BUSINESS COLLEGE Louisville Ky BOOKKEEPING 1 Write lor Ilionntllnl hook gtvlnr tcNtlrnonlul from frnduntc no j SHORTHAND enpyint jiromineetposiIloas sal over tilt Trilled 8tatttit wallsIfELEGRAP1i1I III IIInllel mud otlicoThlml and tlfculln I WinOnester Bank I J KYJldfcntJCbler Paid up Capital 20000000 Surplus 6000000 This Dank solicits the account of met chants farmer trailer and business rocs generally throughout Eastern Kentucky and otters its customers every facility and the roost liberal terms within the Jim tlof gltlwatebaaklag ctl8lT S l 51tf r I TRADERS DEPOSIT BANK I 3T STERLING KY e CAPITAL 200000 I Suluvue 30000 O I J bL BIGhTAFK Pretldent rG L lcltJltW so i Wtrespcctfiilly solicit the btulneu ofnier i J cbnntu farrnerd trader and tiuilncm meti j generally throuKliont Kadern Kentucky A iVgeneral bnnklng bufcijifi done Give ui ris rrchance tomll you a bank book ayjfti jH check and tr4Wit tIr it t f t iII if Iii orI III i h toSs i iii J r x io 7 h rr Wttffi tIt W str NY if rf7 v tI v ffor Lt rt rW r o I t I I Js- r tt 0ej dT O 1 THE LEGISLATURE a TafraFifty Slx Bills Introduced on Friday Prison Investigation Called For 1 A Bill to Reduce rialanei- SKATK January 12The senate after decid lag upon in committees anti receiving n number of new bill including the ami schoolbook trust measures adjourned1I until Wednesday f HOUSE Representative Clmrlton moved the adoption of the following Hawaiian rcw1 lution Tuctday Whereas There is litIt present pending in the foiled States Heuato n treaty providing for tho annex I noon of the Hawaiian i + laudand whereas annexation would ho tnnta i mount to the admission of a Mave etnlii the representative of which would nuc C8nrity work and vote for Ale enslave meat of labor therefore lw it riolved1 That wo urge the United States to reject the treaty of annexation mid tu take such other sups as mny be note + iry to maintain amicahU relation with IIIa wnli Charllou made a speech HadI Mnequot mOlt1 to refer the matter to w the committee on federal relations The house by a vote of 8 S to 67 refused to refer and the vote came on the resolu dons proper The icsolutiuii WM asap cd bu big majority on n viva voce vote PKNATU January 13 Wedtuvday 11 II Jones presented the following resolution whichI was adopted Wheroa During the Inte civil War many ICcntucklaiH enlisted asI Htatu volunteer and rendered clJdent service in behalf of tho union i and whereat many ofcettid soldier wure wounded while in service or contracted disease i anti wherea + there has steno been any provisions made for jxnlouini rue bo it therefore reroutes that our nenalor and rtproientntirot in cougrp s front tintstate ta reqiMMifld to5eurt- he e pnstago of kuch laws ai will t eure to the volunteers suck tdvwnUiKcs for pension ns tile now enjoyed hy tUoso I who were regularly onlfated in the Untli ted States army JIOfSR rlMlulliollgUng Cabins AndItkhti lKentucky cotiRrcMtnon to uu thoir hitlitrnco to i have the United Stntra arknowlodgu Ihe belligerency of the pattiols The ieso lotion was adopted 11I r Conner of Joonr introdiifixi rf lIlan Inn furoring the rednctiunof nnliiriiS and fees tpeidi l to public officers whether jmid by thlitl1 ten or the state Mr Fnrnignn Rep of Ohio county proiontod tlInlllt resI olntion almut pensioning Kentucky vui1 untecra an Junes presented1 in the cnnte Wednesday and it wai defeated Mr lusrnuis rcAolutinn asking congtei to appropriate money to cm n channel1 around Cumberland falU in the Cumber i land river MI as to Admit jmngo of tin J i In said river was AO iefotitci NAT j January HS1t bill presented Tol i abolUh the otlicc of rrjjisttr of land ofllce and to con + ulidato Iit with the sec retary of state to protect unoccupied1 hou ei Makei it a niidenuiinor for j nnv perton to occupy an untonanted house without pcrmiMion from the own j r cr For the benefit of farm lalxtrori Gives said laborrrcr a lien for their I labor on crops superior to all other lien except landlords lien The secretaiyof Mates report offt j tlcmenti of the auditor and during rend the past year was treliurorI Senator Welch presented n resolution i c joining with the house in inviting W J Bryan to apeak here Senator Tiller introduced an act proI riding that in towns of tho sixth clan lti whore omcers are not elected the county i judjto shall appoint road overseers j Ij Senator Haya Giving tho Filion Cmt the state reports i An not providing a jail1 phybiclan for Louisville Senator Smith Au act proyidiug forI labeling mixed Hour j Senator 1ayAn act providing for I IISenatorI I the CflUftC of action nsnlu liabilities ofI master and servants for its citations e anti neglects of crvant employe or agent and action therefrom r Senator llenuntt Au act providing for the R8cerlnlnluent or helrain cases of I i Iatelltancy nDcliclentlflention or dexlsce s4 I alao an act ranking it unlawful for per Hens to walk across railroad crossings I Itesohmpnij providing for ccilntivo t manuals wni pawed Then the senate adjourned until Saturday at 11 a nl 0IIOLSiK January t4The full homo wai 1 ttendance in this morning at 1l lIcloclc1 I A call of the counties brought forth n I Ilundof bills Uy IteproMMttativo Sargent An art to clln + olidate the OmCC1 of ihcritrand jailer I in each and every county in Kentucky I lido an lId prnpnifn an noon Iment to i tho cnnitttutiou to allow convicts to LJ 1wnrkrd outside the wall on public road and building An act to repeal tb I i separate teach bill Another giving rail i i roid rnnductiri polici power W G G Iiubb1n amendment to Aucondcla city charter perKiittinj i workhouse keeper to contract for furn falling broken rock to till city j Mr Demon An ac requiring fence along railroad j Mr lint urlyIn act fixing punish tnont for dhturbini public worship I Mrr hepperd1n act to provide furjj pcrninnrnt improvement of public road MrI Ingram An net ittntndinK schooljiiI law rolttiu to reciing school tru tce4It Mr tthopI act amending revenue laws relating to tale of rrttl estate Mr1 11heulrr1a act reducing fee j of clerks to the clerk of court of appeal Mr IInufer1n act providing state Ward foi cmbnlining- Mr j i I 1 At wood Smith An act empower ing tine board of jouraf nten to examine hor cltoors I MrI IPetty Amending ectlon 106 articla J chapter KM of the ruvonuolaw I Mr Letterle An net to protect poops i from runt oslat tlmrfcs I I Mr North Au act to ropeal an net toI exclude Cnib UrchnrdSjiriii from Crab I Orchard Aim an net amending thII j moL raw bill and protecting per oiii andI 1ii property from nibs i Mr Drown An act extending jurN j dUliou to Huhordinato courts j Mr WlhuAmentlin tho fish law1 j reculating catching i Mr Chlnn An tact regulating sale nod nmuwfacturVi of drugs torlil1 stud drink j b erltt4II Mr Cantrill An act providing forjii taking acbrwil cen u4 of Louisville Lou iiville momhers agreed I Mr North An act to prov nt runniiif- at l llargo of locr I Mr Iurkins An wet atnouding the j i law an an to not make imprlionineutt mandatory for carrying cacenlellweal one iIr North Haloing the amount appeal + to 5411I ofII MrI I onla act to prortiit cheap i ItIbliu4jl1fnt teats Mr Irdeyrlu act rojuiatiug the pttnishoient for hog stealing Mr May Hegulatinj time of holding magitrtitm court Mr Cautrell Providing penalty for usury Mr Uawlins + An act regulating I pawnbroker and pawnshop + I II Mr Perkins To repeat statute rust ling to theI con fu iou of judgmentI in i j j penalcnes Au act amending local I i option law- Mr 1 I Cooke An net to prohibit sale of oleomargarine as butter Mr Chinu An act repealing charters ornil hunk granted by general assembly I sinco IStri and which do not accept tillI now taxation statute on or Infore July i 1 settsJ11an his nut to provide for state I ij Ipublication or supervision of schoolI hooks used in thi + state Mr Morris An act amending election I law requiring ballots to be retained and countedwithin three days at county I dents instead of being burned Mr IInllAn act fixing dog tax noIan not abolishing the board of oqualiza I don jI I MrI IushaAn act repealing the mu j f law An act regulating private torpor dons I The houso parsed the joint resolution I providing for an election of the librarian j January 20 tbllteprosentntiro 11nsw ell leading thei I Ikepublicaus oUercd a resolution asking that a new committee on penitentiaries i j composed Hepttblicati and lhniocntt t I jbeI appointed and make examinations I IIegiuulnsjj tion This brought up n political light I Representative Trimble declaredr th j was a scheme to corer up the present corrupt prison contracts Mr Dradburn I spoke against the substitute declaring I an ctfort to handicap the corcmlttcc ItII Mr Trimbleti substitute asking cot I Silaw Has adapted killing Chnrlton VVK olwtiou asking the passage of the law IA hut debate ensued between Ugdon Haiwcll llepubllcnns nnd Tritablojl l sls n ant other Democrats Trimble otter ed a resolution aiking the apK iutmcnt of n committee to investigate during Browns administration It was adopted ISENATE COMMITTEES Annoaccod by the Steering Cosuultteo antJ RatJIiail by tho Soncto Fnxl1lltrth Jan 1 l1hceni nte comuiittetv were announceddn fife ibody at noon Tuiday Thc committee were made up by the Democratic tlN1 4Ing committee tad were presented b- rJ1r ti fioebel The election of the jiteering rommitloe were then ratified by- till senate in open se fun The lit Iis ai follow I Cjntitutioial Amendment+ Ja + S lc v H CJ 1otri Thu 11I Hay + C J I Hron teti Will lioebel U C McChonii McD hur us n- trpnrntiondIl l C+ 1 Bulr NinvtonI jFrazle U O Jones Win Goebel IK S 1I i 1 I ffriplrttIxecutiru Atlair + W II Clark 1 Ht IE Miller T K Welch Mini W Shanks i Newton FrlzirII IContucky Suitttta Fcnton Sim W O lone 1L III Carter Fame S IcI1I Win lillebcljJudiciary C JJ HrotHtnn Wm Use j gels Fcnton Sinn C McChord W J Hole lII B Drown John Bennett I i Library and Public Hiiilding + H S JTriplettL H Carter C C McChord lC J llrotKon Jn W Shank 1A nod M1 College Jame W shank i i Park C Smith C Smith C JJ BrunIi Drwuston J T WiUun and JIJ John SOli Agriculture mutt Manufacture J Hi McCoruolI JJ C Gillmple 11 loon fllulI1 1 + Park C Smith Wm Dingus A ID Kobem- i W II Clark DauL and Insurance Ja W Shank p W IIJ Miller IK M Jolly liiorge T i Fuit Newton Frarier- i Charitable Insiitutlons George II I Alexander C 1 1 Dron ton Jnme W ii j J 11 j pielIt1 Code of PracticeH D Hrtiwn II- III L Carter I j 1111DwguI ll1l1kollu1ilillc Ferpu on C C MrChnrd Win Goebel C J Dmnston I j 11bln06 III IHayes urge II Altsawder F K Welch I ltrfonuIIbtltnaI I1 J TI WIUnlI tlI McConnoll L H Carter Itailroad and Commerce C Me Chard Thonm 11 IHay + C J llron atop Wm Goubol JJ C iillospic IFen ton aim + W T Voire- iievetiuo and Taxation Park C j J I 1 I I JJ TjlJI shaw It In Drown WOIIJ J C lcChor1ulrra Election Newton Fra eIl 5 Stege and GiHirRt1 T IFarris U SALARY CUT lltucllII I to ofiSenator 1111 Jone of Darren county whirli i11 now before the senate 5 ii at trading attention The present bill a licet the salary of the circuit jtnJgo of the stair in addition to all the state i oIliciaK and abolishe the otlice of re i iiter of souls andmritou ttto general thereby saving the state abut tt 20000 during an administration of four jiyear+ The cut are ai follow GiOOIt iooo prestoIAuditor 3000 at present SflCiK laborIState inspector and examiner 2000 and traveling expenses at present H 000 i atisj1 Judges of the court of tppcaU 3000 i each at prtwut 0000 f2OOOI I i traveling expenses at present 2 J i Secretary of state 2000 at present I 2000 r 1 Treasurer of eta e 2400 at nrcjcnt 3600 r I I t- y j f 7Z ZLL r SC2CC + SIPC1QGS i rk 7 JA Howling Ciricn iis to have a new tele phoue CUfIIIIIUIIIA1lJurt S White of Ix uisvlle 11111111I I diary to accept the connuNblp to Africa lIr1tl i veyor of the port ut the 1Jr ulsvillo cus f tom It ladlCIi I IIwere dttroyed county be replaced I W C Parrnh of IiuNvfllo bay hell appointotl to a place in the government i printingnQitc I An attempt at jail delivery was made I truanttctlt 1Th licence cdo4 j of the city a aiim I lawyer at Dowling Green was djcidedi tin favor of the forlllerIi The Sinking Fund cnntmiiiouon have i i decided ti mpioy ftttale guard + in the Frankfort penitentiary j j jTho Mile of tin Mauimcuh C4vo rail1 i rnndwhich wa + ot fr Monday last has ben postponed for sixty days Clell Uichariinn attempted to kill hi + i ter Dura Clay and iii aiotherinlaw I1r Itrants lit Valley View Friday I I The condition of lodge 1flnatAS 111- i Him1+ at Frankfort i + such that his physicians believe that he will live but i a few days j The Lfxington election ca + o which grew out ol the providential oloction ofJ ISJVi will come up for trial in Loithvillc February 1 Addrts e upon the subjectthlivqual1 High toj for Wumon were deliveroil in the hu r representative Saturday by iprominent women A building of the IL F1 very A Son plow factory ILuulavfllr was destroyed l by lite Friday inJs 75 nltt which i is covered by insurance 1A telegram from 111F Norris of Lox 111thattpoolI IThe Roberts faun of 200 arro was sold at Shelby villo to tilt highest biddy r for i9lV by vittue fun order of the Ji llr ou circuit foitrt The election contest in IMinon on county resulted in a victory for the Democrats except In for cat of county jugde county clerk and jailur Hon JJ Morgan Chinu will introduce a hill in the legislature which bus fur it purpote the repeal of the charter nf state institutions of loan and discount Mij Calhotin who + e name teat with drawn during the caucus for state Ii brarian has accepted a position aM i teacher in a college in a neighboring i state Oov Dradley ha+ inurueted turnpike owners of Doyle county to applyat once for county guard + In the event that guard are refused the governor will I JorderI Chairman Wood of th railroad com tniion hli issuedi a call for the com misoion to meet at I Jla ow Jiinetton toI iiivenigato the Fmtiklin Coal company and the Glasgow electric light compatiy CftC1IJ I Judi e Deard of Shelby countyt will i j have a bill introduced in the legislature Hiking that fiscal courts le empowered lease turnpikes for ten yiirs or longer at reasonable price the roads tn be main tuined by the counties through which they run j i At n Ulind tiger on Sandy Fork j Leslie county but week Robert Cald well Smith Helton Julius Williams lIIdI i j Tom Wilson all colored were killed and j i Will Durgn mortally wounded Whisky was the cause of the tight all the parties being drunk j The examining trial of Thomas Hoi her for the murder of Crit Walden and who was rerently captured bllIthor11 hies in Texan ended at Painlsville Friday I The defendent offered no proof eSurtlwlthoutLIII J Representative Saundcrs iutroduced i resolution in 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