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The Hazel Green herald: n. Thursday, January 27, 1898. The Hazel Green herald. 300dpi TIFF G4 page images Spencer Cooper, Hazel Green, KY 1898 haz1898012701 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. The Hazel Green herald: n. Thursday, January 27, 1898. The Hazel Green herald. Spencer Cooper, Hazel Green, KY 1898 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. 1 r Vi l THE HAZEL GREEN HBRALw rstnbHshed March 4 1835 Mado Famous In tho Story of Jonathan and His Continent by Max ORell = = I 4 S Krirvrrat hncr onrrThe7= Oldest Most Popular Most Widely Circulated and Most Quoted Paper In the Kentucky Mountains jOCKNTH tN AIJVANCK A YKAB y a =THWTKEXTH YKAR HAZEL GREEN WOLFE COtNTV KENTUCKY THURSDAY JANUARY 27 1SOS NUMBER 14 l WOLFE COUNTY Swanrjo Springs sayings Success to the dear old HiitAii Itch II Illankensbip of Consolation attended prayer meeting at Tlios Clairi1 Fridayrnight Miss Carrie Swango returned Sunday froth u protracted visiti at Camptou ant 1 reports an enjoyable time U v J 11 Word and wife of HazelII Green visitedi here Sunday and tool supper with llaimon Swnngo and wifo Find encloed uO cents for which con tiaue Tin HiiUAin for another ear tto H II Swango of this place lie says he cannot tit without it MU Hannah flair daughter of 011r fellow coiinivman Then Clair who has been cunllned to her bed for three year past seems to be growing worse Fill1tenclosed t 0 cents for whichI aeud1inI Hiuvil one year to Colts 1 h Miliin Tmy Woodford county Ky Now Mr1 Cooper you see IUIIII not only drumming for the Springs but fur the dear ol llritviP aim 1Mwiird Oney left Friday for Win chester where ho will enroll in tho lion tucky Wesleyaii college at tint place ftl viird IN nn intelligent business young iinti and hertz wishing him success IIvlgar loner out of IIICIIIt bright and intelligent young men who iis attending the Intel Oreen neiiileiny potion II through here Friday enroute home ii I srHMirlSaturday and Sunday with libIi potent TIlt people of this community have or i RKnill la weekly prayer meetinc which iN lid 1 evtry Siturdny night The next iiueiiig will be held at the residence of Era uiy Brooks Kvorybody iis invited to count and take some port in the ser vice cither by singing talking or pray ing Ilobl Ih Mnhin of Woodford county but Iced of Million1 Rwhere he bus been doing busines for the It N I 1ttH railroad for six year+ iis now at the Springy spending a short vacation and tryiiiif the virtue of its healing Ijniwer which iis proving to lie anions fur winter as din for the summer MIIMIII Jan iVi LXo Tolivcr Topics Moving i the order of the tiny IL A liy of Maytown was in Tolivcr Monday on bu ine s Miss Mollie Cox way the gue t of Misi Jlannie Miiimin tnnday Miss Mandii BlIICk vo iIuf Maytown t wai visitingi hurt from Friday until Sun day Clay Cecil of nenr IIlnael Oreen pis ed throiigli Tolivor Sundnv en routo to 1 Kzelllev lell Browor nod lamos Shtekoy of hut y were in Tolivcr Satunhiy on a Hiding epedition S B Hounclicll of HaJiol Green Ipawed through Toliver Sundny Sam was you looking for her eh Dob HiggiiH and Biirnie Finch of Jlicl Green passed tluough Tolivor Friday to move flub GilleyI H M1 Manuin of West Virginia re turned home Sunday evening accom panted by hiUllllt Bad cousinI Mrs Dannie Fortncr and Miss Uirdio et- sunJunSntauaMOROAN COUNTY Jambs Jauglos throllghJlerC buyiucattleg Miy Mottle McGuircis vWling her P reuti on Tom Branch this week Thero t reporaOonpromiHcd Kelly not to vlaitintheirr Xickcll t weekoni MrCpamIIou tocatedtoDIckar- a y Holly Wlhon Iij attending the bedside of its sMin William wlo Iis sick with measles at the Academy Runic I Harrison Nickel has bccn trying toI make a snow sled to go to Alaska onI but we think lie has failed for he Is now J I feeding his milk cow in it II 1IIItJHrhllhI Int 1 Friday Rod quite a crowd were i i present The attendants weie II reek I Amyx and Miss Fannie Deltitsk II F j IHaiiltiisiii united them I l AO T1 1Jnll for lostjvcek 0 Ezol tvolnUonsIA TI IPieratl Iis goingi to the blue grais We hate to lose him us he is a good man i The weather iii good for eorn gmhuring i Heniiinl Walker and 11 II Power have lean hauling in today Frank Prater of Magotlin and Wil i Ihiss IPrater of Morgan are visiting friends in Carter CIIUlltII Alvin Mans sold to Iewi Hilton f Pieratt Ii steers forflCitI Thats leaving some money in the country I The new county olllcers are hutling I around1 lohn Curter was the guest of 01 II Power the usher night 1 millI I andIIWrt flubbed nod shout 200 bushels of corn in they ongngediu dancing a parII I I thou of tho night 1 1 1L Prater is spending the winter with his only daughter Nannie 1II 1 Power in Morgan county He iit not i apt to spend many mute winters on I j earth as he iis 71 veins old Ian 11 TOM Soo What Wo Give For Only Ton Cents TVKK1 urttLVon urn given n I choice of one of the following articles i arid The Home ft months fur only 10 I cents Ford IUies Daughter by hr1 lotte M Urneme Ruokof 0ll pages HII I I Crocheting and Knitting or a htnmpiugj outfit of M patterns many new designs I iiirliiding centerpieees dollies etc 1 lie excellent stories for nrhich The Home i noted will be continuedI the I abion and fancy work departments will be kept up to a high standard Kate IIIIj how will continue liei bright tih Brad Iniksnudevery one of the numerous i departments will be increased and made brighter I Illustrated Premium List or outfit for i ZasyiiZ sent free Tin II mil Im Oo Ml Milk St1 Boston Mw I A protruded1 meeting at tho lit tillI I I church southI will brobably Iwnjn next Flu r dayuight 1He V P WI IVeples of Campton assisting the pAstorI Uev las Word Hev tPeoples is one of the greatest church workers In the state besides being ono of the best preachers of j his church Tho other churches of thej town nio cordially invited to join us iii tbee meetings tho minimors especially stud by n concentrated shirt wo tiny I hope to nccomplish great things for our Mn ter in common 1titts IL Woiin A jf A Curo for Lamo BncltIH My daughter when recovering frllmI nn attack of fever was n great from pain in the hack and hips write Louden jrovor of fiardi 1 Ky H After using quite n munburof remedies with out any benefit she tried one bottle of Chamberlains Pain Balm and it 11114 given entire relief Chamberlains Pain Bulm Iis also n certain cure for rheu nut tism Sold by dI T Day Hazel Green Formula lor Hop Cholera Hero iU the government formula Bi carbonate of soda 2 Ibn hyposulphate of suds 2 lbs nodium sulphate 1 lb Hodium cliloride I lb sulphur 1 lb i charcoal 2 Iii black antimony 1 lb Tho boat way to give it is in tho slops I twice n day estimating one tablespoonful for every 200 Its of hogs Cincinnati I Live Stock Record Now that we have reduced thepriceof Tint Iiin tin to FIFTY CENTS A VKAlt we shall expect every old solo kcriber to renew at once and caoh bring io one new lubtcrlber 6 J tI tIC 1 tJ 4tI iI p waoieii 1000111 Women Boys and Girls to subscribe for Tin HFKALU for tlio year 1808 liar hat I may seeure tlieni at OIUT I wiJI for the next Thirty Days take them at Fifty Cents a Year PAYAIJIK 1 IX DXJ HE IEtALD is tilt oldestt nul1 j populall mostt hlllyltirrtllltrd111u1 II1I1 stt iioted paper in tilt mountains all EasternI Ken1 ttuckyI and aeknowlodjfod1 by press and eoplt to bt the trust of American count rv nevvsjiapers It irivos ALL THE NEWS ALL THE TIMEI and i in popular with tthe people and so reliable withal that it is ncarlv alwnvs refer red to in tthe endearing term DMAK OLD 1lEILLni Xo other local paper in Il n1 tucky ever attained a national and internationalt reputationt to equal it and no other local paper ill Kentucky boasts a ladv contributort from across the briny deep 11e have two And for the present year 18J8jl I I IHEI I I I I I II BETTER THAN EVER BEFORE Though the price is hut half This oiler iis open to all new subscribers and all old 0IIsl who pay up arrearages and one year in advance Those on the list who sire now in ar ivars wilt bo taken oil unless at once renewed under tthis toiler which will be in turret HIF THIRTY DDAYS OONLYL Dont wait until the time is up and tthenI abuse us forl not extending it Till time to subscribe is XOV and then you are assured of having the paper paid for fOII1 I2 months and of receivingi it fw weeks Subscribe tojilay HUt tell all your neighbors how cheaply they may receive the piper1 and save the trouble of hud rowing At tho low price of 50 CENTS A YEAR no person can alVord to not take itnnll we shall expect every one of our friends to bring one new subscriber each at least Go to work friends and help us to make our list of paid up subscribers even 2000 Jf till our friends will heartily help us wo will have them befor 30 days arc1 uprear r I rW fl a J+ Y k ff 1i WASH LNGTON LE1TE11 0 From Our IUfjular Corn iionileiit ICubit had nn inning in the louse thin weeknud for n time things were quite liyely nud In doubt Speaker Reed sue ceeded in holding his party solidly together and con quently iu defeating tho uumeroiM cllbrtn of the Democrats to add Cuban legislation as n tider toI the Diplomatic anti Consular I ton bill but it was not an IIllrOprlltlI nod owing to the existence ofa stronj Cuban Knlinicni among the Kcpubli cans it would have been well nigh im possible hud the rllltIIf the hou t not ulro IIHHMI at stake It was realized by the Republican leathern that if the rules of the house were overridden in this matter all control over legislation would I be lust If the question of the recogni tion of Cuban belligerency could bett gotten before the house as an independ cut proposition no purser on earth could prevent its going through by a large thllilthibe taken as a hint by President olefin hey as to the necessityof come action to words Cuba If tho oiuite dues nut get ahead faster iu its debate on the Hawaiian annexa tine treaty it Iis more likely that three months will pars before a vote is reached than that the vote will be taken in IIII mouth ns Senator Davis has said he t thought it would be Thu furling be tween the advocates and opponents of the treaty both iu and out of tho senate is dally growing more hitter It iit1 openly charged that the sugar trust Iis Uinu fraudulent methods to muke unti meat HRiiinM tho treaty ninon those I interested in the Mlgnr bwt industry Iii counterftct this ecretnry WiUon has- in u Vommnniciilou to the Minute said that nnnovatiou would not injure tho sugar hIt industry Civil Service Commiwiioner Hnrlow U i I alMiut the moit unpopular man Iu 11nsll iujton with the government clerk i sinco he told the Senate Civil Service j committee tint the government 1 lIldI enslly snvo about SOiiOXX a your I clerk hire mono by compellingi employe I of nil tbo department to work sven hours a duty instead ofsixi anti onohidf And he didnt top there He expressed1 the opinion that millions might be aved if the government1 busiiiees was man aged like tliMtof largo business establish miiits after a genurnl rocla sifieatioii of anlarie and the drojiping of tmnccrtmiry employcH Mr1 llarlow has discovered wont has been jibdn to cverylMidy who has tnkeu tho trouble to look into the I tllIIlluclIrrc paid out of all proportion to the im pnrlituce of tho work they do while tho few who ilo responsible mid dilliculllI work nee underpaid There Iis nothing new III all this except that a government dflleinl should ny these things At a meoting of tho exocutivn com milted of the AmorlcanI Itimctnlllc nhllstollIlIrrllllliterary the upon tho Cage flnnncial Hchema rm represented by the bill pre pared by Secretary Gage and to reply lolcltllrvI enlarged by providing for one member from each mate and territory and tho District of Columbia The calling up of the resolution de churl og toll I S bonds to be payable hi silver dollars at tho option of tho gov ernment by Senator Vest and his notice that it would be proved to n vote iis probably more ofII move in the press dential game than tw secure legislation and everybody knows that while it can bo easily adopted by the senate it can nut oven reach the point of being con I sidered by the house There nro tvcutoru demoleraticI o vote on this resolution but thu silver Democrats nro determined that tbejr hall either vote on Itor openly dodgo the vote when It ia taken This Ila nil n part of tho tactics that have been adopt ed by tho chairmen of the national com mittees of tho three parties that sup ported JJrjan andsilver hit the last presidential campaign for the pur bf unltlDj aUr the friends et liver I t the congrtwleaal1CIlrof M1r r J L iAi Yi t f r 1 fr f 3 J F f q Zs41 f ti I I 1f app vI- I tho flrttt step to n similar union in j won They will UM thin nvsotutlon to force every senator to declare either for II or against silver or to acknowledge hla self a dodger Twenty years npo Senator AIIUou voted for ihN Identical rc olu lion but he Iit not likely to vote for it tilt time CougrcM IU called upon to dccido poitmnMcrIthoroughlIn or e out the seven to nine daily until deliveries in the residence ccctlons of New York sod other large eastern cities will sat serious Ily inconvenience anybody or the local representative from the cities All ctcll who My that the reduction will cripplo- I the mail service of their re pectlvortlln IIf the ilecisiou IIs iu favor of the RllnlrlaI pay r carriers that the postmaster general wnulH- 110 drop to Ovoid n detleit In thiii years IIOltnl appropriatiom The rum pun IK quite lively and if it continues to Rrow it is trot likely that thorn letter carriern will be divpped It leI really iHtoiiishini how much fuss even the moat economically inclined senator or rcpro sentntivo will make when it Iis proposed to eurtail govorument expeudltutes In Ids bailiwick An Irish Letter MyI Dear Nephew I huveut isent yo a letthcr oinco tin last lima I wrote to ye bekase we have moved from our for mar plaeo of livin and I didnt kiiQv where a letlher would llnd ye but I now nit pleasure take up mo pin to inform yr of the death of cur own livin undo Ned Fitapatrlck who died very suddenly a few days ago titter a lingerin lllnw of six weeks Tho poor fellow wai in vio lost convuUionri tho whole time of hits slckne lyln jperfectly quiet and entirely site chile 8off thin while talklnMjico herently and cryin for wather I hud no opportulltyof informin ye of hid death Mtoiior except I Irntu to yo by the lust 1611t which same went ell two tluys before he lied anti then ye would love norttnge to pay 1 am at a loss to tell what bis sleuth was occasioned by but I foar it was hU hut sickness for ho was never well ten days togither during the whole of his confinement and I believe hisI death win brought about by his nibs too much of rabbit nulled with pnis and gravyor pnU and gravy B tu Hod with rabbit but be tint ns it mny when be bmthcd Iris lnst his doctliur gave up nil hope of his recovery I neednt tell wellIbeen lust soviet thc years old Inckln tin mouths and had ho liycd till that time he would have been jut nix months deml Ills property now devolved to MA next of kin which nil oiled some ttmo ago M that I expect It will bo divided between us Bad ye know his property which was very large was sold to fjiuy bU debt and the remainder ho lust nt att 4InonllDllwon the race if the baste he run ngniiut hadnt been to fast for himtI nicer HAW n man III nil my life and observedi a he did He eald ho would ns Icvfl dhrink i bitter ai sweet If it had only the sans i taste anti ipecaknna us whisky punch If it would only put him In the untno humor for lightin Hut poor cowl I he will nicer eat or dhrink tiny snore and yo havent n livin relation In the wandyexcept nimlf and yrr two cottanshnr were kilt In the hut war I cnnnfildrell on the mournful subject any long rrand shall sale me leather with black lallnwat y and put iu It yer udclea coat of arms y i- So I beg yo not to brako sale when ye r open tho leather and dont open I lentil two or three days of char ye rcire tMf and by that time ye will be prepared JBtif it- it the sorrowful tiding 1er nldnWat theart sinus liar love unkBbwiirttff ye When Jnrry McGhee arrive w Awtrlol1 r JrbringI tint its thin hue that aprkee r4bout7er uncles death anti wdtd 101 black 11- remidnyerefft I etionateal4jtaadrothir zr 1tiaInturt O HpoltOui 2 lIhl7Nro JiIrpen Jfll1trMI i tu rtrtt r H f 1V 1R 17 t THE HEI1LD PKHOER COOPER Editor = ttI f GREEN KYHAZEL j 1the TIIUR1AYJnn L7 1tliI t IIn f Turn members of the IrpUInturr we t take it arc then of honor They did notI go to Frankfort to pose aHpaupers Inc1 1IIany one of them who dcrires to Veep s posted M to the arses of the day iis stnmplypaper that will best inform him of cur rent event To force the people of the Htate to pay TOO for newspapers for the representatives to read while iin Frank fort was a piece of unwise legislation nnti unjust to the tax payers The JxHiisville Dispatch baI good paper as I good or better I laybe than any in till in Mate surd deserving a liberal patronage andtsupport from the Hernocratic party lint that support should le tenilereil by Democrats a individual and paid for to by them as they pay for board etc The I tax payer of K ntllclnru no more obligated to pay for papers for their flPh resentative to stud than are they to furh wish them with other luxiiricn and the members who voted to Middle upon the i tax payers thi ijOO orSOi debt acted in bad faith with their constituent to Hay the I1cn si Tho Louisville Dispatchi being a favorite lie lpnJr with the ma a jority of the members of tin eji latiire might have been endorsed by them hut1 of the members should lute been left frI to take nail pity for the paper that iini their individual judgment united thrillh best for which they should pay like other honorable men We are nut tnn king war on The Oi patch for it Iis a fnIof orite with us and with + ntrpcople butI wo make the kirk Uomie tie xpeusc I in uujn l to till tax payer lint tIll prcc dent thus laid down by the legislature a had one It would be just as reasonable to f require the tax pnyrr to pay for rrpr c Hentatives having their hoots blacked1 hair rats shave quailnn tOfH and n nice suit of cluthrs with n silk hut nntr dlnmond chirt studs for each member and then name the haberdasher clothier etc who liould receive tl leipatronage ThlI legislature htiiig Demo era ticof tn piopluuat for the people was expected to inaugural n vstem of IihtltI I eI txpcetaion isi not likely to Ii e realizedl mud mires the hame Ikform nud1 retreiuh is the blopun of nenrly every man that odeisf for the leji laturo whilo he ih in the race to win As Ion 1111II ever ni he is electedt he targets the oRbltt or nji longer remember their nipuning and insteadllof retrenching pluu cs into ifrii representative is one that has heretofore been but little sought tnt if the trio n herd are to hll furnished with yuck I shnei nail free thinei lobster lunches chnihpagne and claret broadcloth shit arantiI silk neckties nnd diamond scurf pins nt the expense of the people the oSMce w become s i popular that every man illthe each legislative district will Lea political pie hunter To titoft 1110101t phrase + hHt who runs way rend1 the leghlntiue ndllsut the expense of the iIImill the taxpayer has no recoiim Wo repeat it iin unjust uncalled for UtHlfCII essary and n usurpation of parser by ii tfw Horvanta of the pf pl of tviii h they khoiild he ashamed it tends toward increasedl taxation and the people w not roach min jer tolerate sujh le isle tionS 00 Mr of the bills introduced in the present le ilatiiM nre nut nlth unctud tutional but utitmo and jinjut ns wi llI r The bill to CMiHohht tlu offices of i bheriff anll jiilvrnmij the bill to nilow I the judjp iimtetdof the jury to pre scribe the pI+ aUy in ci cs of convictionj nre among thin The bill tl consolidate j the otlbw of sheriff and f1ttAt onee 1 i i hid it passel would itel Wojuthe 1stis j unjust law over enacted by nnyboly ofI I i men Nearly every jailer oleo ipe snore or less money in the campaign 1tI fall mill to now take the oflice away from them would ho robbing them noty onlyof the olHee but also of the mom e legitimately spent in securing nominn done etc And the ono man power uimcd nt in tho other bill delegated t much authority trad would snelyI hrare i ben abused tn mummy instance I Fled thejeglslaturc tilled them anvil ho iifi 1 b rwTIi likewise kill all ora emSlar I h ix jli Y iF 11 I IB invitation of the citizens of Lex both houses ofI ington the members of I the general assembly were invited guests I I I1III nilIthefj I courseIfooted the lllIjI I I Mn DltossTOXV bill to take away from the finking Fund cominisioiuia control of the penitentiaries in time f ght of recent developments stcnngo i scandal is a good measure and should become law at once We hnZlll relic up 1 in ourcoun try saidn gentleman from Kastern I Kentucky which could t1111 thrilling ory if it were only provided with tongue anti brain It iU an old rifle 11Danieltho stock fifteen notches have been cut numiberI I i slew during his numerous expeditions tho wilds of the then young state ofII thilllimcriI bEfitfllftV ThIII flintlock was given an uncle of mine ha trapper named Dudmon who lived on Powells river in Virginia anti whose grandfather had fishedanti1 trappedI Iwith the Kentucky wntun on many njj occasion =LouisvilleI Post I HOW TO FIND OUT Fill a bottle or common class with urine aiil let it stain twtiityionr hour HliiiKnt or settling indicates n tics cased condition of till kidneys Whon urine ntuins linen it iis positive evidence kidney trotiMe Too frequent desire to urinate or pain in the hack iis aUo Cinvincini proof that the kidneys and Are out of order VIIT Tu UU There isi comfort in the knowledge so ten ex preyed that Dr ICilmersSwaniK Knot the great kidney remedy fulfills every wish in relieving pain in the hack kii IIHVS liver l bdIPI titid every part of inneVility to hold urine and scalding pain in milfunplciiiunt necessity of brio ronipelled to get up many times during the night to urinate The mild snot the extraor dinary Jict of Swamp Hiot iiIIltlrt 11 It stands the highest for its rtiinderfiil cures of the most di tresing onrh nrii hrtve the host Sd1 by drug iI price lilts eents and one dollar For a sample hectic surd pamphlet both eat free hy tailmentiou1IIr I11 1x11 tiirrN HKKMU and send your full po t aildieis lo HrI Kilmer iN C i Hint Hampton N V The proprietor gctwinculrli There has hero ton cases of mpnolt1 nt the Home hut all are now well and tin health is gpiieinlly goivd This iin the flftt time In the history of the Homef that m nle5 or Bay similnr disenso ha ever liven omocg the bomders As staled in a ftirnirr 1 issue the form of messleu anions the student hits been very mild1 II and light and ns such nothing serious Inn followednny cure Till pirum + who here sick hud tho Veit uf attention earn fwd certainly should le very thankful that nil is MS welleR it i isIill1t the CnVstinnchurch on Sunday topics for sermoiH xlo Christs uf ftrriu11hyfat 1111 m and Keep inK In the Iovoof UuJIt 015i I p m HememlttM that the Lords supper UI ubcrrellon every lLords IIny rs the t+ Iho ciutom uf the apostles and that thoI Sunday nclicK meet promptly MI 030 n every IvmU day inorulng This Sun dayxcltad Ui grotvidK in intercn AndII number of pupils every week WI11itlt lumv ot our uiiiattib the editor of thi i paper was a few tiny since dis eus I K the Mdvautneef of allvertfsfu the town when Dick 1liipp= one of tho part remarked11ell thetas min- I thing I run Bey for llnzel linen Shes always Lkuiouratic MUll in xIV cinergen cits AndI thi crowd thought it bra to let it go nt that A bottle of Dr lulls 1ino I Inr Honey should be on the medicine shelf of every home In n sudden attack of croup iit invaluable allaying the irritation milli 1 II ending time danger in less time than iit would take to go for the doctor 1 It stAnds preeminent as a remedy fur cough colds anti all kindred diseases yWantedA few bushels of Irish pota toes at this office on subscription Thi s is a good opportunity for people not noon n taking the paper to pay for it without tho outlay of cash- To Once a Cold in One DIY peInto Laxative Itrumo Quinine Tablets All dnipgists refund money it it tails to cure 25c Sound Lungs I are lcpt sound and weak hmp pmaIJ remedy of the most wondcrfifl efficacy in nil lung niTcctions 2 1 A ytnmco I hul n tune HT if fi v rjthat antes in my limcn and oniiMi a K sere fiililiI Mv lihyircliiliii thnuklit I J uiuM tii ncovcr i ui lu IIKIIH IINL TAiiHnVKV utomKtl the couch ut and w on restorHl mt In litnltli onccII I OKO A DR ALLEN BELLS Uttar tprlllo lv iPNEoTARci I H HONEY i IIs a ccrtnin specific for colds sure throat coughsiiinn whooping cough mid o IfWv lie tve mill U a JruiirHiH or irM ujxiu receipt of by 1 1aliih Kj LooooHmrooosr ataaollt ccb Subscribe Now The lr cl rttas1ll11 Oii S 1 l aic1I A STKAIOMT DEMOCRATIC 1IA PElt I sHOPSKn I1Y Till LAST CoNVKNTIOX ASTIIK OrnciAU OIUIAX of DIM ocitAcy AXI Ilail COI1l Snc- uiitKn 1 For IIY IaiaN- IilICtii A SHIM niv Fir the rice Coiuaue of Silver I 11 tin Ihicago Plntform Fur the LliinncrHtic Nominers Fur time Interest of time Masses All the Latest Telearapbtc News All time Ilttlt State XiW All the Latest Market Report I Correct Market IINports Correct Court Kerorts Kelinble New Reports honest Ivhtirial Policy nWEELY LOUJSVILLE DI FATD ASM 1Ir1 Both Ono Year Only 8115- AiUrej3 SPENCER COOPER Ilavrcl Ciioon Kv 11kEFiS r1tl lllU t 11trrnnrN1 dlTl 1111111l iFURIilSHINSeOODSl i HOSIERYi I IUntlolTeal Vhite Gooiu NOTIONS ft FANCY DRY GOODS 225227 Race rtIninl II I j r Yr 1 i1 UlIilClWWATI1 I r truh It It11 bun iLexington and Eastern RailWay Timo Table in Kfffictf nay 15 IonII 111J ST lHCN r i No 6 iTATIOViJ Xo 1I1ail1 I Ij licit u dll CXIi l pwAvmi11mWhhltujI j pmNblrlleI j putIndianpmhtri I 1 Stanttln j S Meta U to an Kilxio 7 Mm 10 4 urn rwgI TrttnfMt j ij 4 aw 9 b ear arueiThreelksiI I Athcl II u am j Ii fd mi J nkann I C lip nm I A J i nm I BAr r BOUND I tiISTATIONS y 3IlM11r fJIIull IrII eiaadtty Ictiiigtdi a 20 pm ft 40 Avon 2 54 ti IS 111II WinrliiMur S 12 ImII 0 4ft Fnirliy 1 i piu 7 J5 aliIII Iniliah VIA A lo pn i s Yo tin IICIny lIt3 3S 1111111 t lu nm i I xniIriNonI I l 11undeeIan11f IS 26 ijn j puijI Hoattvve Jc 5 Irt put 1 fs jui- ThrecFksi ll ft 2U jut 2 3 i pro r pinJiicksnnI Nos 1 anil 2 arrive unit depart from Cr0 Union depot at Lexington All freliht trains arrive and depict from Netherlands J 11 DA f UKCieul Muingf r- GHAS SCOTT lien Past AGent I Greut CtHgk I crf brti Fd 3 uOD nIIe1 COMMENCED SATURDAY NOVEMBER 20 AT uslvMO Mens tine Satinctte Overcoats at Lotll1 dealers price 4- aOi Glens Long Ulsters at So other dealers price 3W I0j Cassimere Suits at 100 other dealt r price UiO 3i1tlSJ Cats inllIc Suits at So other dealers price 750 LoO pairs lit Joys Corduroy Pants at JS crag usher teal ors I price 73 cents 70 pairs of 1 joys heavy Cassimcre Pants at 3Scents other dealers price 7o cents Everi flDarrofl1 is Overllowig wiln Barg8in 1 J3lnckSuekse A line of colored shirts at Scents outer dealers price 50i 300 Joys Gum Coats at 1 110 other dealers iprice L uo Louis CUB Straus LEADING CLOTHIERS n nrwonwTn rannannnnwlnmnvsamf 3EOSSE3 i 3E ATllil1S0 l HACTICAIoI HANDWAGON MAKERS IIAXEL GKKEX KKNTUCKY o lHjK MAKE A SIKCIALTY OF B1 L1IIGi i TAltM and 1O111AGO JIJ use the 11st Mattrial Burl CiuaraiUte atijfaetion Cull and jvt cur prlf1- a stall when you need anything of the kind give me your or Ur IatroUi Home People set only Honest Work nivl be Happy uarr runrrw tfjflffiSPIN THK HOIIK SIIOKIX i AND KKPAIU DKIAirTMKXT WE MfrIemploy only skilled labor every man being an artist in lib ytcilutltd your work is respectfullysolicited R a Hlr orrnYftTQ Ntl V tA N nl a1A11 N11I1M r 1 R = U = = = = c c on ttrJIV I I And Watch Repairing Ii UO TO tFRED J HEINTZs 1 I 1011 E Main KyillI i IKXIXCTON i 11I r ItItDLJcxjI Pad1 tlititot jII- N ftmYIEf IS- 1h1 1 + urhil rrt1ctII1 fr1 ra I tit llolnII14n I i jly i nt up rut the I m r r 1i111113 t ii inl nmdvn lUinmul fi r i I Vi pt1IeTIIIf1 T ko nn II 1 tIoIHurtr1 time ur aueu wr ycu 1111l Sv HI nreultII 1 Ioh IIn1- ind II tn161rt in am +t- 114I l4irrpl and tY h Alt li 11I 19f- S 1 ring Vli1 n Ir Ut utreIllnailit 1riti1nI I r i n I errIisill InIetKti11e1IItiI 11 111 dterIIIiILtalnarllI 4 tn OI ricracnaypldInurdlr I I I Il CI CobteRfl Iyitnlncwl 10 I GIN 1 r1h ticM1I IIIII 11Inrw L 1 tinnfisrtatr1tIn of l roitrli C jI in rr19 wittlnr nun ccrJ iI fAilI fr tI itt y i kill t I rntt 1 u J tat COItu1 fur KJI iiH I JtlJ I lOt JII eau 1w lLc il 1IIn tttur r Uil1fVdlt tlc lrN tC j f JFORTUjll I roar lniih Viiirni ii I rv I yUfrllld rlur 1iIIIIo IlcuM nnil Tliroi c it ry IItsCCSUUXr TlrJUI I I p TAICUII Thai ntrIiiiilnrnllittrrt1 nrrr br lt n 1Prg4rrtnl In III Fy AilhnIor rUI i0lV KIIutr- I r 6 iiOl I I Iind rr II1 ftl IsII + IC i ittC v I l PSI i A IIOWAKD ATTonE1ATfAnERttt CAMPTON KY 1111 practice In the cottrtsof ilolfesfld- tiadluiuiugcoantice 411 busint tttechllota will receivelOot are prowt I rtl 4i P E ImIUUr 1 I n o cf Frewchburg is Ej Armitnge nI ueet or the hay Iltiusc I I I Cnrti + Iierntt of laze was visiting 1 brother Willioof hi+ Iplan ycjcrdhy 1b = I T hullttr Mi Vt w isI hrs iug1 a Jell drilled uu his place in that town j j Willie Ilti5111 lugs our thanks fur throe newsubscrbersuul Curtis Quiebsnll fur I tlr0rr i The Sunday schoolI I at theI I1rebyterianI I church will be hell every Sunday morn i in tat tI uchk Courtney Comb of Campion Wihji yisitins his sister Mrs H F 1ieratt ufI jj I this place mday Hilc Phillip + ii preparing to btiUil himself a residence on tin state road near Public square HtJ 15l Hurl return vii home lrij day from Campion whini ho had been ultemling the pfl1trlCtcIIIIICltlllJI j I J M1 Duvall rtpricniin limnsuii 1k lo Ctttlitt burK wn a guest of the Day louse yesterday for dinner Jim Mclue i now traveling fur thcI Harvey Hasan k Co lluntinjjt W- Yiand his friend + nil hope him success i The academy isi now iMijoytng the lai gent attendance ever in its history 111111I glad work is being dnie liy her pupils j Jim hockey a sfIl of Klias Shockey of tliir county has bought the farm of Jell IlrewiT on Grasy Morgan county for S5 I I F M LunI IIII bought out the inter est of hit pjirlner J lIt Amyx in till raY and grist mill recently owned by I them jointly A great many have taken advance ofr j our cut rates and Milncribcd to fillII HrtivM and a great many more they will di so in a few days IIII d For llcA first eIi improved WhiltI I I wwiii machine with all mid ginl as new rasa sli bat will llti wit for M Aptly at this oiliee Uev J II Wall ill will preach at till 1robyterian church neat Sunday niorn tag at 1 111 Ilicluck and in the uvcnint a i Iiiiui The public iis cordiallyi iinvited A liitliiliilil of Did Franklin living ruar town had its trill di locatd Sun I day 1r Tanlbee wni uminone l aril I ItI I a irel1 memberI 1leaving the IIII tie sunr resting eay Home of the people of Und river worn ftbhItllli hurts Imt the law o define itI from 4 its heard ti its junction with Kentucky river I ear Iiy Mibiribed to lit ilrBAInJi fur linn f nod sends two other1111- to C i j II l Lacy Uiisuon IIIand ono tnIj j I1 I I1wv MriMmvn if fveiy sub Kribcr wunhl do as well our lit wonlil I Kvn or alllI I mold auk I JIg i U Swaogo his our thanka hilrtr l II I Jesse svjirgo Swnngn 111 MrsL lint lan Wirrenswrg tin 1id IISII Hunks IIlitlfr Mo nullItthree othrrII In jiiiry as to the condition of Hfnry 1imtt I at night brought the following from I I1aulhee hi ntt ndiiig pityi- caI I Henry remains aont the Mauri i very little fever hut weak Troublet with his ttmich ijII w annoying him j Miif Niektll of Morgan bought ufr i I lirli IVe Fri tnbin a lot in our toI11I j HKIUI a half here fr which he paid Za i CthIII hmd Me will build a residence oili iit ti umnifi uad oeeitfiy it in tliOj fdJr trI I iiureMinx thu population ofr i 11sz liII aereral- also l I I A of bitlners without I Iveriviiint in his town paper l Hhoi grave withouti n turabsiton or biKikl j agent wiJiout A tongue Koitlior anti ia 1j known Avertiiiu Iis prrxching the i S 111lIf1 hiisines to thoe who buy wr ought t1 lUyBi Stole Gap Poet- Uir j colored friend Wiil iIVinoII r j VSOM Tii1 HuyMiHt I uIiatlcI 1 report Hiujwr weddill which was already In type IK ears I Lit Little nc 011 p of the tnpi i j and1 did ampleI justice to ttheI repast rnrdwhich I sulnTOothersJust j I I eleclionr palofi j Throughfriend aII them au 3 are returned where I can get them thn will j be the end of it If not some one ttitllave to prove the porsesyiun tft DrJ A TAUJBEE t- I 9 t1rY albR dt1 p i Thooit otrijt odiclalI Of thiNenttntv 1ltiistratcsJ3 m W U I I l toImnv cbniMeutly point with pride When they were inducted into I ofilce the county owed 1l1IJ for j I eruct ptirpofes and 200 on Lridcos strictIJ II economy they paid oflthi entire Irlllc tllI jedness during the three years and left jj the county in till haiuh of the new urnI calls Jan l It withI balance in the treasury of il609S3 The sale of the1 pur farm however which brnught703- as to be credited to this sum The balance I SSOtS 8 reprtstnts taxes raised for cotta jtyt inri oes Vtll dyne pod and faithful servants should lIe the glad I acclaim of every citizen old every tllx1 i payer who reads the reeorJ will nMcc Ifall the friends of Tin llrKAlD would work as faithfully and persiitllIt1I trlllItlIi we soon thcIluhalf hundred He handed in a list of 17 Tuesday and in Ices than I0 minutes had looked three more Do we appre elate his sorvieei Well whenever Tin Hitll or its editor iis called upon to reciprocate well shore you And by ithe way cant you do Ius wel1 friend Ask and ye sallreceive Iis exemplifiedI Iill solicitiii siibcribcrs to Tin HcrAin nov The friend who brings in the lar gOst list will receive a handnnleptcseut At tIlt Public Square school house 1111I lat IViday night there al IIitc debate bciwegn ldirar and IIlilCIIl I 011 tIll aflirmaiive Mull Willie and Frnnk liltI Suffrage was ait I ex Iulllallicellenl style by these master minds ofIII eloquence and despite the inclemency of till weather there wa + a goodly number of people present including the apeatkingI i Outtht the cret Itnllot be Alxli herl will IP dijenslI All should attendI these debates if possible Oil Friday the VSth inst there willI 1to tilt errand debate at the IIlIjj TIll first speech will bcuin al j4IlIj promptly The rot jCt to be dienMtlI ioTlillt TencJier Vitittejjtes Should I Ilij 1111111II Annually The allirinative siKersI lire N mil Iiui Mariin1 unityantI t Clay Cisco ami the negativo speakeis are Alony 0 Joins Albert Wtbh andI itubert Jnh11Otl everybody attend this dieitsshm The question is surely a vital one TriHleos of chooU IlldII patrons nhotild attendI Tile 1progressive lelirr of Weifie i 1 ludisUfdI I 1 x Woinans Klition of1 lin 1Wtdidtl Sew bvmiiig Ute of April i ISJfi paper is filled with matter of intern to women load we notice tlu following front a correspondent whirh1 I the cdifjr printed railiivg that iit treats upon a tatter of vital iinpnrt v t I to their sex The best remedy for eroup culdi and brtuuhitiii that 11hnYUI Ui i able to flail Iis ChumUrlains Coiijili nmedy I Iot family use it has u equal I ladle nojinniftid iii J andI V J eent botlli + cur sale ins J1 T Diy I11 axel Lirccn Persona wlIlllfo iroiibletl1 with Illlllrl lion will Ihe intertJJtct in the eaerienc of Wiit 11 Penn chief clerk in tilt railvny mall t n 110 ilL Dis Moims lown who writes It Rives me plea urc t o testify tu the merits of Clumbeilitiii RemedyiFor two year 1 Iltat ulrr ijliitiHi Hari um subject to fa lulu sesclo atmcka uf pain in the siuiiiHrh Mild bowel One ur two ijoaea of chi rrruedyever fails m give wrfvct relictf Prie YS all a0cent j ittwlB by J T 1tjay Illtwl Greell Milt Lykii axe lulu gee us Tuediy Uo renew hh subscription and we ii II uireU xbut toe cattleI martet knuwint him to lea denier in Imvims Me suidI lit hud lICit bought any in he hud nut been alb to id limefiad he wanleil biu hm sold a few steer valve namelyI To Rbt Motley fees and to JimI Jan IIVtinllt a gd price No man rr woman III Uoite county iorin the moitntains fur that lllttlrr I c Is now tau pour to Mlll cr lit to Till IjrK AU Just tbink of jjettiii a bright uacyy paper Uryr less llian one centa week CUll y111 aHorilI to be without il when it only vests you FIFTY CLfSA YEAH IThe honest debt praying citizen that L 1atfor it in advance and receive the pups r just so bug as be bnllUi fur It but uu another issue after1f t rt tt I The branch railroad from tho L M II which it will intersect at a point on Wallu creek about 1 mile cost off J T rent and the Hush tunnell is likely tot be sure yo Floydt hay of Winchester Leo Congleton of Torrent and Uobl J Mo Lin of this place who have been op ralingga tiamroad from that judnl for y one tine past and who recently boughtt 707 acres of heavily timbered land from SIIHJI Smith nt about 3000 to 300Ii j are at the head of the movement III ronllII I contemplate the construction of a aid fcAUge for time reason that IltrVtail ace transfer of timber and cost of ears by iiiing Cary of the L r i1C curd ithc- rallruad i + which will go through to their I i destination without bother of Irnmft- when l once loaded The timber bought I of Mr Smith lays within A or IJ milt i of Campton and when thruad iyi boil I to take out the timber the probability fillII that the projectors will extend it on t Campton and thus secure the freight I and passenger trafic of that place HazelI ll 11alnuIi l t I I cost of abroad o road idol engine I fullII covered by the saving ill wine the cars lof time L 1C IK and other railroads I and the east of unloading loading ct Thi company has also an option on h acies wore of 11rFmitbH timber land KI I and it iis to get this timber to market primarily that they purpose to build th road If nurse the amount of thuhlI- II in these tracts alone would out justify the construction such a road but thI incidental freights and practical 11111111I Ir the timber awl Inmber output contingent Mad terminal territory tIke as a whole will return them a reunnlC- attye revenue on their investment JI IrII Day the prime noose in till project i n KiMitlcman of indomital will and in- dffatLitldi1 nterprise ahibcuIr with time fret that there iniiiioiis i it fur till nine or men who tint Jft III 1road iota thi + tenitory I leuls to the con idUfion that the road willc rudnlybf built Work will Iin alwuit Manh I Ior mniiior and tIll nunl will bi posJi 1 itll completion a rapidly Ioo po iil Ptindav school w M orunizrd1 at the tPIytPrim church Ilist Jnndiiv ncin L bvHv JI III Wallin TIll oiikcrs ar lobo IL11e superintendent luaus I5is asistant IElsa Lime Hcreiiry aid treasurer Ilobt I1 Day as itniit The tMicliers art George llyrd John II IUMM Mr F N Day Miv IJlieTi iuII N aiid Minnie Ultlaf1 Tveitv Out boas a rrprrert amlulrr ar 1itlI11l t rural M X unday wwn wltnrnnwwn11NI TnrwMnv1T 1f1- m1Om mmIDJl1 r r FOl Mothers7 = L 1 rIm 1isCOIl c Cr ill1 1f3t 01 j l I Ciihl1trthc11 1- r t- be ulmost tn II WUIII IIlaCUlCciallSf ttfJ r J j mlCCtliut sl thifr 1j1Men It fcivcs tj 1 1fIer the ruts tuin1 1COllditinal to do theiri vork perfectly Tht r dn prc njuicy IMS pninful Fhortcn 1 labor ami hi ttnsrecovti alter childbirth Jl hclua n voniui i Lear strong healthy cliildrjti W 1EFEC TI t I112g fl lllua tUlflt emr JtII l Itrs also brought 1 places to Ii rrthmuHl or lume l rict for brinl1jllYfor n darling baby No woman fl houtd neglcctto try It for thLt U trouble JtcttteauulCCaststact IV111bof C rdui f5iu3 per bottle t tallt1J I n 1ea LI r r 1f7111 =h1Anoct5LA1ctuGc GiYa Dioci Tcnn Mrs LOUISA HAtH s ct Jcrcr r C Ujt 1 When I frl toil Wine cf Csrdul buttany months later 1 hatai flna girl biby i WANTED usLEIlright noun to 1511 r cnour nifUi itifli Lubrlcntht Ollr suti fSreaii Snlnrr and ixiirmm Knoloiie stnuiii fur tiurticnlurs Aihlrok- CRESCENT OIL CO- t Minneapolis Minn I Kay old papery at this office 100 20c l q E E q 7 to ttP 1nI + rrm vr I An Open letteracwJwtltifnttlu HAZEL GISKEX KY December 20 1897aras teaJJ Mu 1E Dear Sir You will please excuse mo for in hoInot had tho pleasure of seeing you fur somo EE months post 1I thought wouhLonce more per =6E haps before death remind you orn solemn oc 11UlleJ1el tthat tool place long long adoToff rthis is a painful duty for me to perform and == perhaps when you receive this sad intelligence tlYOU1 own heart will be burdened with sorrow ClIII i I In days past and gone you bought of me goods under al solemn promise that payment IIrunlel lie made in1 few days What on earth Itl1i1+ t == is5 ttheI mattert t Are you dead1 or stillt I 1 livingI p = IIf dead write lilt and I will donate the amount ctothe education Ill your children Hut if still == living fullill your promise Cull and pay what tlJ you owe me and thereby increase your pros dlilI= tempt you any Ilonger jHut rise up in your HolyII 4cs Writ IIIC I r 8rI = VeryI respectfully rfO F PIERATT IuI cJI IcfftIII rrJ12Jtla L = f1 nyin cjat J 1tY ILHR1w1w1w A11ww wwwnwwnw wowwwrw wwoNwwlmnlwwwweR wlrw 71 f y 1 t 1 ff i yrilfr t fty ir f 0 elf4 cJt- tRUSSELL BROTHERSg= MILLERS AND SAWYERS crlIuI = of tle jJ lr MAY MILL n Jlil i iWn IgMlf i L i gr1i = 111HlloIlllI CanalI I ntiIIItiLtdI l lIthlt I 1 l nrt = Building Material oJ All Kindsj ja WI nre a + I prep in 1 to rn ciHtom MW lug nt il per 1 11110 ti cnf or on the holy itnd weiHii mi hog1 n liiv Inrniti Fl Xilt j naQfNi kindtof Iiiillini Mattmil in m1 illIh LoAKTi PIJICK X Nvliiii hI etyrssc1lP0rQtrlt1 I I 1 I I I I I U in clirvi fit we have mile AS lilllil IlTK 1 S AN HJJ g Ian rHuMVii J ANY IAJtT nrjIlK MVI i from till r8IItu- i t jmliiv IIC wluat white AI11Href lion n+ K Xd whint and IIJsyouI wilt get gmtlJ liitr1 in rr turn Try u + 1 1aethtI I vvny in 1 q IS find1 di- ifouz II-i fD 1 1 TA3iaKa Hiri fill t r I 4fPcl ii Y frtI iir j LI ii iii M IIIlur niiHiitv j miiilI m nine lulln + nUIIItlI S li 4111sill CIMNii JVIIIV 1 IAV JX Till Itludalx tV1 ljIIIl 111illnjr le puMio halt r tlht wo rcKiair ftit O tJI 1 h6t t h t lj 11 4 t b J t b t 4t b LTMIIITwLf11 Mr1N n111LIwIFIMI I LIIwtt11 1Nry IItT wyTlw wrmnl TIRRrMATMN1 NJii l I I i r VIIl IIINII nr vmiiiK WIIIII wlm Miiuld win miiMi w in lilt Tlii I r i lit ioiunlf itij I IInl 11111111 Ij r yuiir triinirnf it IlN nchoul limt ktjii in tliv very tuNi rI rhu r D YAHT STfiATTQUi tfUSIHfcSS GULF E EI Louis if ie 1y nOOKtEEPIX0 Writ lor 11111ftjjnc hutinoiiiU Irfini utdlniKt ffRIIORTFA t niyiiir iiioinjtunt ipifiii x111rer ih I Ilritfl Mnli Jt 1 il1 IrELljItaT11i 1 iI iimilctl iiE i llctt 1lIiIlilllltlljl1tIi Thin ami iii- II111T11111f1 w1NMIT M1 1111 wHwT1plTllr111111MwRY11NIM1TV f1 11 ISSI S a WiLkQflo1er111Cl1STIIt KY nanIrII N II WrniKKSPOOX Prelilenl i 11 D HUNTii Cashier a i Paid up Capital 20000000 Surplus 6000000T- his Dank solicits the accounts of merchant formers trader and business men Eastern Kentucky axJII the most J beraJtersu witbio of legitimate bsnknr oetlllf w r 1 i j rf t11- Ij n 41 f+ r l TRADERS biTJIT STERLING KY w- o J 10 CAPITA 200000 I SURPLUS tOQOOt t iii- iJ M niGPTAFFI Ii D llttenti 1 G L K1KKPATIUGK Vice President + W W TH03ISON CablerjR 0 l t We reipecttrulJraoUclt th + baslatrsrotper i charity fnniier iradrrs niid hurlnueee + x- ienerr1Iv ttirnllghol1tEA nXIturkli rt 1t1HIIIJ banklug bsinen IlPr give iMA L s- elknt10 enrlyiius bank iikr isv1checks Indfi x2nlity vrkeli bi w+ r1t011 1ANi tt i0 1r h jf c t2 t f i L i ri Yt t f9 mOt j511art r 1t L p7 N tS 1 1 rl 1 rWjhr T fs tlrrv hJ 7 gr = f zt 1 WJ W lo2YorI l V JJ c THEI LEGISLATURE I a y WHAT THE SOLONS ARE DOING TO EARRH HEIR PER DIEM iV i Senator Bronston Introduces a l- 34to PutjPonitontiaries in the Hands J3 raCvvv Caminiisionors Bills iffnod ant hits Advanced lI rISTIIK SrNATK 1- r1i Now Illllx IntroiliiiTilytC PluS lOln Kv Jim ISAmonll Ulio most important bills inroduccd iin the senate today was thnt of Senator lirouston It provides for taking out of i tho hands of the present sinking fun d f commissioner the management of the penitentiaries nt once The hill contem plates the election of three commission ors by the present legislature who slut IIij i have absolute control of both peniten tim 1 I I i rjes They shall be elected before March 10 1S9S and serve until Feb 1 1900 when the governor Mhnll IInll1 with the consent of the senate appoint their successors to hold for four year The bond ift S25000 each salary 100 Senator Creiifthnw An nctto compelI corporation employing not leill than 1 10 laborers to pay them iin lawfulI moneyofI a the United States as often 1111 once every two weeks Senator Goebel An net concerning tho liability of owner posiccioM or i operators of railroads for the negligent or wrongful nets of servants and fellow j Hcrvant jj i Senator Ictrie An act to prevent and to punish criminal abortion Senator darter1 bill roquiriiiK n I city oIlieoM in eitius of thn fifthjclus i t bo tsleuted by the people lttxnlof by i J the council Senator illII1I net whereby IIi j j i renter sue give a lien by writtun contract oil thu entire product of his crop made during tenancy and ecuie the rent of f landlord nod thN lien shall have priority t lienst1 Senator Ferguson An net ninoiiiigi tint section of the act on seduction j o 1 Iwhich lprovides that no prosecution duelI i follow Lifter marriage if the couple living together after three years or lireI been divorced by n court of competent jurisdiction Senator Bennett An net regulating the admission of member to the bar andjI fixing their qualitlc itions alul an net to require all passenger trains to stop at allII rosinjs of other romls n ullicient tied t to take on pas enger and inggagc I Senator Lay An net making it unhuv j Tul to Fell for food the fleshof n calf loss than four weeks old j i Senator Hayes An net to amend the provision of the civil code concerning I executions from quarterly courts also nIi bill providing for the holding IfclIl1rl tetly threecourts every whichI 1 arc to bo presided over by the county I judge except in counties exceeding j3ii 000 population where said courts shinI becontinuousSenator O Jones An net providing that tho judgon of tho court oftor appeals hall elect a male citizen as libra rian hereafter Senator Vories An act requiring railj roads to weigh nil freight consigned to themSenator I AlexanderAn act for the settlement of the public school system j Senator JolhAIIRCt requiring allI I I lien notes or bonds on mortgaged real1I estate to be produced to tho clerk am jI destroyed in his presence before a mort gage cnn bo released I Senator Triplett An net for the main groundsInilli Uiimrtoil 1iivornlil T4o abolish tho olllco of register of theI land office Providing that railroads shall furnishIII froo transportation to tho railroad com I missioners 1roriding that the court and not the zjuryshall fix the degree of punishment Changing the time of electing school1 trustees a Providing for holding teachers in- stiqtutes i in Juno and September instead of Tuly and November I To repeal the act establishing a system P of public schools in Mndisonville c i To change the name of Dawson City to Dawson Springs I To repeal an net to exclude Crab Or chard springs from tho limits of Crab OrchardtTo prevent the board safety in Lou- isvilleJj I front forcing v 1lbomon to remain- aal wi Y r a t while under suspension as to- Jt aftlatY- l hlt 1 rf k- v JUI 4J J v n k J Y r Wtrr Jof 1srl t 4tPyr t lUll imported AUventelr To prohibit the sale of oleomargarine or butteriuo in imitation of puro butter To repcil the separate coachlaw To consolidate the oilicc+ of jailer and1 11Bhcritfin each and every county to take erect at once To confer puller power upon ngrnt and employe of common carriers o IN Till lIulSI New IIIIU Introilurtd FttlxI0It1I1C yTnIl18Tbisheill g bill day there was a Hood of new bill i iintroducedturd the committees will have itheir hands full in weeding out those measures which should become laws The list of bills introduced iis Mr Minor An net to prevent the driving of ducks geese turkeys etc along a public road without being1 branded Mr Ilaswell An act to prohibit tb ei sale barter or loan of any intoxicating beverage liquid mixture or decoction in the local option districts of this state1 calf providing a penalty therefor Mr Walker An act enlarging andI further defining tho duties of the coin JlllhlicIroads The bill adds public roads to tthe title and the cnmmisioner mustt alo look after the public roads of theJ tnteIMr Meloan An net to amend theI statute and to give railroad canonic j sinners power to speedily condemn tin safe truck striictuiei or equipments Mr1 lender ollA act prohibiting ball playing on the Sabbath and provid 11tug n penalty therefor The bill alsoI punishoment nt tram 5 to I100 Tim bill dues not apply to cities of the tint or secondj j elms Mr Watkins An act to uncnd the statutes tolnling to drifts lugs lIudII j timber also an net to amend th I tntntfs relating to game nod hlrdsI The bill niiikps it unlawful for any per j i acme or person to kill or untnip birds to I ship out nf the stater Mr Hobbs An act requiring the appointment of at least one woman phy hiciiin in curtain institutions in cotnmonweiilth aUo an act to thiI1 I aiili reonapt a certain oat for tho tureen menti of cities of the second clnol relating to city clerks The net reduces th band from SMOoOl to 10000 Mr Humphreys An act to regulate voice for liuinitH against railroad com pauses or common carriers and to add attorneysl fees to judgments in said suits also an act to abolish the ollicc of rum monwealths attorney Tho duties according to the bill lire to be performed by county attorneys Mr Weatlierford An act to cucour au the planting of trots and improving school grounds Mr NilsouIn act prohibiting toll Igate keepers from keeping dogs Mr Wheeler An act to amend the I I statutes relating to injunctions also I I act to amend andre ennct sections1111 ICcntucky statute also an nctI nmend endreenact sections SlO and SID Kentucky statute also nn act to prevent railroads telegraph telephone bridge or common car tier companies tfrom consolidating their capital stock or pooling their earnings and prescribing penalties therefor IIr anlAn net concerning the of policies of lire insurance Mr orthAII act to amend the slat arcs in regard to debts also an act to assigni cities and towns of this comnon wealth to tho classes to which they Jbelong j also an act to amend the statutes in regard to licensing lawyers Mr Ogden An act concerning attach incuts against property of insolvent per sons or corporations Mr Smith An act to provide cheap text books for the pupils of the common Kchools of IKentucky Mr Charlton An act to regulate the convict labor in the state of ICcntucky alsoI nn act creating a bureau of labor defining its duties nod appropriating tones for its maintenance Mr CombsAn net to repeal subsec tion S of section GOt of civil code of emergencyTho rlEnllto1hopanics doing business in Kentucky Mr CahillAu act for the benefit ofI sheriffs I Mr Mocquot An act to provide for the rebuilding of the workshops in the Eddyvillo penitentiary also an act to- mend I the statutes The act provides i that a city official can gives guaranteei I 1 rrJf5 + M J4fi ltf ff r iI- I i i company bond instead of an individual one Mr Williams An net to amend the I statutes in regard to sutTrage and dec lions Mr OrrAn net to regulate the nIl of leaf tobacco in time public markets of Kentucky also nn net to amend the j election laws Mr ILiltjelil An net to amend ti law in regard to working public roadsII also an act to amend the law and pro vide for an efficient system of common jI J school throughout the state I Mr SaundersAu act to regulate the I I pay of laborers in this commonwealth also an act to miko women eligible to j the oilice of school trustees nnd members tinII I I for such offices Mr Cooke An act to regulate the i business nf foreign corporations j 1 Mr1 Perkins An act to classify the1i town of Providence Webster rurally aI i a town of the fifth clasi j I MrI PettyAn act to amendan act I j entitled an tact to provide free turnpikes and gravel roads j j Mr 1rncydn act to amend the law J i in regard to government of cities of the second class Mr Conner An act relating tothe asylums for the tarsus and institution ii it for feeble minded children supported by i ithe state Mr Hall An act t estnblibh and1 1iI j maintain n uniform sjstoli of turnpike 1i plank and gravel roads in every enmity in Kentunky also an act to restore the defacement on and further protect the grave of Daniel none in the Frankfortt ClmetcrIMr mmgiuntlAn act relating to vol notary assignments theI1 Value of the hoimstcad right from ZI00 to SiOO pere sons corporations and nociatioiis own tug or operating street tare to provide for the well being of their employees IEvery company must provide a screen for their motormen during the wrote months I Mr IlallAn act to change time time Ifor holding court in the rrtit t court judicial cli fwulltylxthjj Mr Lackey An act to l ta n tiuei j j Agricultural and Mechanical collogo ofr I Kentucky I The hitue arhJoturucllat 2 oclockj until 10 oclock tomorrow morning j 0 j I HUN Ailiniictul mill Onlrrril 1rlntiil To abolish the state board of equalii tion Reported without an expression of opillionII of appeals where the amount involved bless than SJOO The present limit iis 100j Authorizing sberills to collect school taxes where there iis no county treasurert Repealing the law that state guards shall be sent on application to quell1 nub at the expense of the state To prevent the killing of quail for tin years Reported adversely but the house ordered it printed Making it unlawful for individuals or corporations to discriminatei against labor organizations o Illlls KIM M- lTo tax the dugs in this state Extending jurisdiction of quarterly courts tocascs involving as much as bO- Olbnpen election polls at G n m instead of 7 Prominent Kontncklans J 1 C Lack of Jnckson Kywill he a candidate fur district judge should either tho Deboo or Evans bill go through Representative Fitzpatrick introduced bills to remoye the chargo of desertion from the record of James Stone and forI the relief of Win Koberson nnd ElizI abet Hovins last week Representative Wheelers speech on money question delivered in tho housejj of congress last week is conceded to beI one of tho best over made from a si1crJJ standpoint Ho has already received1 demands from congressmen for severalI thousandcopies to use in the tall cum palEtncIf YOU happen to lx one of those who owe this oflice PLEASE come in nnd pay us To you it nutty seem but a small amount but if all will pay us what they owe we can make tho paper n great deal better and not be worried to death over the delta we owe Come in today and pap up dont delay it tf JJ + u I LcACF + sIFtCrnG liZITMi-ss t Margaret Ingels tlu beautiful woman orator of Paris has retired from the stage Till church member of Lexington againeIthe open Sunday i I Dr Such Trice one of the oldost andI I best known citizens of Lexington died Thursday morning e I It W catch a stuck trader of 1a iessj county drowned Thursday in Pun ther creek near Owensboro I I hoedII- I threetotherI ears connectedI withI it WintulIIare preparing to meet a sawmill in COliii nection with their grit Iflic lIIilljj k Ironjill I I elected directors for this yearCThieves are still getting in their work j in Trimbleccunty Corn chickens etc + are disappearing every night I Attorney ILStcde and Simon Finn of Owenton were injured by being thrown from a buggy over an cnmbn u Went I Six young men will present at the jKentucky University of Lexington some time oon a comedv The lack of I All j TradosII Several of the taxpayer of Hath conn j j a ty ecru registering a kick against the boards of supervisors for making big raises on reed estate 01 There were 1 Ul 7 legal voters found i Boyle count v This by tho usual methodj 0of calculating would give the county a population of I71S Prof Charles C Cooper of Dayton 11Ky has donated to Central University at Richmond his extensive and valuable geological collection Kayetto county donated 1000 fir the erection of a stutcUdd1clluws Widows iand Orphans Home provided it will h located in Lexington The tomato growers in the vicinity 0 Walton will hold a meeting at the Wai laLlihrI III uniform price for tomatoes ij District Attorney Smiths term ex Aired last week and justice Ilarlan willI BdClltB The Kev Dr M IP DeWitt the 1Ilt 11 1 I CnutberlumIIrebyterian Chris Merry recently arrested at Princeton in this state was Thursday found guilty of wife murder at Chicago after an nil night session of the jury Desha Breckinridge has acquired thent i interest of his partner Sam C5 Boyle in IthlI Lexington Herald Mr Boyle nit 1IIItlill devoteI Iiris time to Ihis American Stoc the FIrIIIInI IL 1P Willis of Adnir county has a11811 watermelon which weighs about fifteen pounds maul iis rile and in a good statet H i iI IlI iis of preservation It is the second growth from I5tmil ccIITIi The Third Appellate District DemcI critic convention will be held at IebanI I on July 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