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creeksfnirosttluwerswctk b fur Uevs Peoples of Cnnlpton and Word of Hazel Sreen visited the Springs one day last week 45 Rev W II lingo Presiding Elder of pleusnutcall brightlitt1oSat 1 5nuuguurduySwapping horses and selling cattle seem to bo the order of tho day among wjmo of tho good people of this commu twicehitepriceFeb UNO Tollver T piIIII C M mill Minnie 0 Mannin ol Outer were visiting ut Toll vcr this week rtheJ Miss Bird niKiJMorgan county tofj were exceedingly good Huh for the railroad When shall it boY It should ku Huh lJlthounUMisses Frances Sweeney and Lizio Alminiu of 10 luwritingj uwTho telephono from Ezcl to JIarcl Green I What is to be lone 1 ID it over to bo built Y IIt seems that the wire ed should bo stretched soon neighburbuodWillie Clark and secured two of his hens Hut his dug giving tho alarm ho was card quickly in the midst of them and by applying hot lend made tho thieves II ropw thom Lookout fellows ho knows you tho Feb UL1 Smxni tlLeoIIINcwilMiles Linden was in town Monday on business Rev1 A Davis of Morgan county trus iu town MondaytlClay Hose went to Hazel Ibeen ono I tWfwas in town Saturday on business her Miss Maud Tatilbce was tho guest of to Miss Alary Tuulbee Thursday night last James Slricklan who has been in n improvingPrice tiny night lust anti we had a jolly oldnl time you but on P W Davis enrolled at school here Monday last Caesar Linden also en I rolled Monday Dr Knlhef Hazel Green was called to BCO Lucien the little son of A Mm Nickell of this place who is very ill is with pneumonia last Thursday Clay Rose of this place last Saturday Knight on going to his barn found a couple of men busily engaged in feuding their horses mi4 conversing in n low tone Ho overheard their conversation for and was surprised to find that they wero laying plans to make a raid on bin corn crib Ho lay very quiet until they got us their snrks atidstartcd for Iris crib He then called on them to halt and on not being obeyed bo opened fire on them findal succeeded in capturing one of tho millw crcants Owing to circumstances 1 will1I not give the name of the thief Feb 21 Ttrnux C Ollmoro Gleanings Mrs Harlan Pratt is on the sick HiltC4 Mrs K M Maddox is still improving cOUlltVJhILI 8wifeWm Wooton It soiling out his goods and effects preparatory to moving tohh j MleseurinA J Kuskirk and Elgin Wilson have finishes their job of logging on the creek and gone home Elder W T Hayncs of Menifce coun ty was visiting friends and relatives in this vicinity a few days since 1 Moving seems to bo the order of the day G W Davis has moved tram thle place to Morgan county The widow Thomas Spencer and children have mov ed on the farm of J II Vest Jews Fol eon has moved from B F Elys farm to Howard Littles faxip Ccascr Lindon isattending school at I ft vJ W Y q e a tsyl Leo City taught by Prof I W Taulbec fis a good teacher and wo arc in iota a full school Mrs J Marian Ely is very sick and Inn criticalcondition inlying r lUlTll DIUK for mo time and livid vertnntly overlooked us and failed to mention about her Feb 21 1Nctlltners Stillwater Sparkles Tell M Kosq is sowing grass seed thillI week on IrfsJivlicat Innd Sowcll HOKQ who bas been down sick some time is able to be out IIgllllIIIin It M Cecil superintendent ofa IICWI road will begin work Monday with sumo bands C C toile is removing his fence for a throughhisJailor I W Combs was over from sleighhors Horn to the wife of lice Taylor a fine bigdu1 Marion Goveden of Morgan county was visiting his brother on this creek Saturday and Sunday TIM II KitA ii is showing up well Ince tbo price fell to 50 cents gver ouldsubscribe told lot the good want goon H F Swango who went to the Indian a taw weeks ago with J ll wrote his wifo to come nodI she kills gene J N Chambers H D Rose and Lish Chamber attended tho seta of tho late IP lurks clfl tH Thursday and H IaO bought a few cattle thiof tlhnlIknight last week ills bravo son George n re tod two caps in an attempt to JimII the prowler and ran him oil H L Carroll had a shrubbing one elllvC st week anti tho hands did good work what suited your seribo the most ilK the lino turkey told other good things that was spread on the table fur dinner A 11 Stamper county attorney lUHfl through here Friday un his road to Lucy creek to prosecute one Runes Lin J dun who was before Squire Hoso for on knocking one Martin Graham in tho head with a rock Watch out buys How will starch you every time ho Some unknown loafers a man nnd passed through tho woods near corner of L W Combs Jt L Cur roll stud S J Wells lauds and set lire tu woods and cnmo nuns btiruiug a good of fence for them Lookout you wools if you are caught you will bo prosecuted to tho full extent of the law Iin John Moore the famous trader of tills creek within a week has told to Jolla I Watson ono cow for 82i Taylor Hatton our heifer 516 sad uwappod I to H T Moore for a cow Also 1 bought cow team Win Stamper forI 18 nnd bolero ho got her homo swapped to H ID Hoo for another cuff Dud wind up the weeks work swapped IIh gun to Jako Tester for two pigs Feb 21 OMixiA at Campton Cnrroncy Capt W h Hurst returned FridayC from Jackson whore ho business lion Arburv Brooks the hustling gent of TJIB llEKAip was in town onu day last week lion TO Lykins will in n few days to his farm near town whore ho building n new residence Tho citi zens of the town regret very much to ive Mr Lykins up as ho is a gentle uiiui in all tho term implies J DjGilley of this place and W II Vanclcvo of Mullens point will leave Wisconsin nhnut March I where they will reside in tho future Wo recom mend them to the people of Wisconsin good citizens andtvu regret to give them up- Deputy U S Marshal G W Drake Sam Tolson last week for selling I without having paid the special and took him to Jackson where horhall his cX mlnllljtrial bolero U and wa acquitted lion A IT Stamper our efficient attorney is a candidate for con gross in the Old Tenth before tb Democratic convention Mr Stamper was born on Laurel creek this county 8 years ago of poor but respectable parentage anti loft without a father a tho ngo of 2 years lie kind to tweak fo- is books and studied his lessons ut by n pine torch kindling his fire with the bark from tbo loge of his little cabin home At the age of 18 years ho was grunted a first class certificate to teach schosjl He studied law while teaching and in a short timo was granted license to practice law Ho hoe been twice elected te the office of county attorney on the Democratic ticket and hall given general satisfaction Feb 21 StIPPLE JACK J Wo have beon short a hand this week owing to ubo illness of the devil anlt hope our friends will excuse deficiencies f o 1- fJ 1 MORGAN COUNTY Consolation ChAt J M Motluy is visiting his parents vlaltlngInlute Hobcrts is giving his children away to go west himself The Widow Coldiron has moved to form below O W Cecil Jumolt Taylor Is moving to James Yocuuis farm down in the Jambs Constable Bishop of the Chapel was this neck o the woods on official boot III 1 n Wheeler will preach nt Cons la lion church Saturday tit 2 oclock and Sunday tit 1 II oclock- II C lung nnd his sisterj Miss Lizzie statorinC C Long wishes U extend his many thanks to tho neighbors for their assist unco during the illncBs of his wife Wo uro going to have a wedding but woof tell who it is until Wnine Smith and Mina Cricket Gillapo eta married Mrs 0 C Long is some better at this writing under the treatment of Dr Ouvcdon She had n severe attack of pneumonia Feb 22 Tin DRAKE Jaabs Jangles mek Philips mill is in good order for sawing throUKhhereTbo wife of Columbus Long is very with laver IIO Caskcy has about 100 logs ready float to market Miss Maggie Haulncy is Hufforlng very with measles Holly Wilson liaa been in Hrcatbitt buying cattle llarlan McOluru has been attending mieting in the Ialahoone Jell Brewer huts bought Monroe Nick ells farm on tho Murphy fork of Grassy I or 57U- URevs Jell and John Brewer and Misses Esther fwd Nannie Belle Brewer visited Laurel Sunday Boone Phipiw way arrested near Salem Sunday and taken to Frcuchburg where lynx wanted for stealing about tofrom Leo Gibbs Feb 120 NlVIA BREATHITT COUNTY Jackson Jottings Mill Mahalii Byrd is visiting relatives tuinpton Judge ID B Hedwino I attending the Elliott Circuit court this week Miss A niiio Cope a popular young ladyt hero buy been seriously ill for some days Court Stenographer W P Norris is l meeting with marked HUCCCBS im a short teacher hero Hcv W F Taylor of the Methodist church here Jilted tho Methodist pulpit Keuttyville Sunday Rev1J II Wallln of Hazel Green i ile his rot Monroe at the S 1 leer- ollegiate institute this week Andy Hurst brother of Heft A T Hurst of Campion has gore to ludian Territory to bunt for locution Judgo C O Curdwcll of Stillwater and Copt Win Hurst of Campion weroI hero on business a taw days IIgoITho fever for war with Spain rages high with Itrcatbilt patriots anti their lighting qualities aro unquestioned 1111ccker editor cf the Clay City I Chronicle mixed with his legion of old friends hero trout Friday until Monday Clifl Cope of Frozen Gco n Bryant ond Alfred Allen lire the lat st departure for the Indian Territory for farms Hey Shoemaker of Georgetown filled his old pulpit ut the 1rcsbytcrian church I here to a largo audience Sunday moro lug and evening lion T T Cope J B Marcum Marcum T P Cardwell sr 001I thescapital on business Interesting exorcises were held Tues day night in the chapel of the S P Lees ofeWashingtons birthday District Chairman Judgo G S Miller of this place will next Monday County oftandrplace for holding tho Democratic Con gressional convention for the Tenth tile trlctlIon 0 II Pollard of the law firm of Marcum k Pollard will be a candidate for tbo Democratic nomination for cen grew while his partner lIon J B Mar cum in talked of for the Republican nomination for Judge of the Court of ubpeals from this district Both gentlemen will make strong candidates on their respective tickets for the rcspsctire mI eel Feb 13 LENOX This Iis the place to buy old papers I t 4 2ere 2qrJ f i t1 i n I asALL WOMEN I JINCTBNTH Of all the pain andslckneslromwhich suffer Is caused by weakness or derangement In the organs of- menstruation Nearly always when a woman Is not well these r organs are affected But when they are strong and healthy a woman is very seldom sick Win Mf 107irdu replatloIt cures all II female troubles It Is equally effective for the girl In her teens the young wife with doe mestlo and maternal cares and the woman approaching the period known as the Change of Life They nil need It They are IIbenefltted by It 0rpeetddtrociionrDepartmentThenooga Teiin J1JtJe TH08J COOPER Tupelo Miss ultttII My sister sutured from very Irrttultr and painful menstruation and could not relieve her Wine of Card nllrtlr cured her and alto hdptd MI mother through the Change oiuis CHAS BUCHANAN Practical Boot and Shoe Maker HAZEL GREEN KY n Ladies ft Gentlemens Fine Shoot Miulo to order Special attention given to repairing mid Hiitlnfuctlon tiuranttod Hhop at UM Bucket Hlorc 4111 C Qnicktiill visited Campion on buKtncM Wednesday A d IteI Tbis item was sent us in response to our t solicitation ins news Tuesday nnd one Iis in Iloubt whether the dlie means the trip or the business feature of it Maybe both and thus is the credulity of our roan about town imposed upon Ina civilized eonununlty Elder Adams returned Monday oven ing Init from Licking Union in JJuth county where ho prencbod Saturday night nnd Sunday Ho haul quito a dis agreeable ride porno lu tbo snowstorm but secured n cutrate derby en route with which to adorn his classic brew and that compensates him for nit the dlsconi torts bo suffered HOW TO FIND OUT i Fill a bottlo or common glass with urine and let it stand twentyfour hours sediment or settling indlcatcH n die eased condition of time kidneys When urine stains linen it is positive evidence of kidney trouble Too frequent deslro to urinate or pain in the back in also convincing proof that the kidneys and bladder are out of order WHAT TO DO There In comfort in the knowledge so often exprclIlCd that Dr Kilmers Swam Root the great kidney romedy fulfills every wish In relieving pain in tho buck kidneys liver bladder and every part all the urinary pasnagas It corrects ina bility to hold urine and scalding pain in passing it or bad elects following use of fi liquor wine or beer and overcomes that unpleasant Necessity of being compelled to got up many times during the night U urinate Tho mild and the oxtraor Binary effect of Swamp Root is soonprealized It stands tbo highest for Its wonderful cures of the most distressing youwushouldgists price fifty cents and one dollar You may have a sample bottle and pass phlet both sent tree by mail upon the receipt of three 2 cent stamps to cover cost of postage on the bottle MMtjoo TUB HAZEL GREEN HKRALD aa4is your address U Dr Kilmer A CotI31rg Hampton N Y The proprletarofc Dose paper guarantees the genuineness of tuller0lor To be blind or dean a terrible aksJtlon and It pains us to recordtkd fast that there ito many In this seettofcja r i tfiapPfalleither cue some of the artily ehenlvd i 111 ii inform them See date ifUr yevr BtsW tend if U arrtiirs s UltI up f f Ir J 11 Fif 1lIi0 rm Stt yfifIf I w iIJltl I i Jc Ji tJISi 71 tIHEHEPALDJl MSNOER COOPER Editor HAZEL GREEN KY t THURSDAY Fob 21 1898 THKHI is no longer any doubt now that A Howard Stamper our present county ntterney will make the race for tho Democratic nomination for congress in this district In n letter from him Monday he says ho Iis in tho race to the end Mr Stamper is so well known in Wolfe county and this immediate sec than that anything we might say would be superfluous Hut in tho outlying counties of tho district ho may not bo BO well known anti wo therefore give a sketch of him by way of introduction Ho was born nn Liiurcl creek in this county April 8 ISCi Hisi zither died when ho was only two years of nge nod he was thus forced to hoe hiOWIl row und earn an education by the sweat of his brow The lirst school books he ever owned were bought with money worked for at 1t cents n tiny At the ago of IS Lo obtained certificate to teach school This vocation he pursued meanwhile studying law at night until ho obtained license to practice in ISIO He hind no means to attend a law school but burned the midnight oil in order to get a knowl edge of his profession in which he has been quite successful Since ho became county attorney nnd he is now serving a second term ho has had tho interests of thu county at heart and discharged the duties of the position to tho satisfaction of nil In polities he has always been a Democrat and was ono of the first in the county to advocate free coinage in brief this is his history anti should the Democratic party nominate him as its standard bearer they will I llid him well equipped and always ready to meet his Republican opponent in tho discussion of both state and national affairs As stated in our lust 1 issue ho has n host of relatives and friends who will stand by him like Spartans Wolfe county has never been honored with tho selection of n congressman and slur is tired of forever waiting to Ire called Now is the time I lenvoIhit claims with a conscientious constituI ency in the assurance that they will do hint jjusticet u Tin passage of tho penitentiary bill by the legislature hUH lilted Frankfurt with n horeltlf hungry ollico hunter and the election of the three commis loners will doubtless brink to the wire thirty or more starters in the race The prizes are worth contending for howuyor mill we hope they mny be won by good1 men Incidentally we learn that Judge Swango will bo an applicant for ono of tho places nod as Eastern Kentucky i entitled to one of tho three wo know o- no man wo should rather see secure it Ills long acquaintance with public affairs eminently qualities him and his services to tho Democratic party entitle his claimI to duo consideration TilK destruction of the battleship Maine in thy harbor of Havana last week in which 27ft men were drowned burned is attributed by many to Spite jib treachery and the United States Cloy ernment is now investigating tho divas ter Should tho finding of the commission of niucry verify the suspicion uow wa with Spain will undoubtedly follow lV believe from what wo hnvo rend that war will result and it will not surprise US to hear tie tocsin sounded before our next issue Tim race for governor wains to have narrowed down to two candidate Major Johnston of Lexington and Mr Goobel of Covington in which case wo aro fo- h the major The papers indicate that our gubernatorial candidate has announced1 bin desire to bu attorney general It Iis ncciMm to soy wu ore for him for an thing he wants even though it bo the presidency and wo are sorry ho quit the gubernatorial contest Tin United Slates is not today in a position to engage in war with Spain but if tho investigation now pending amid i cates treachery upon tho part of tho Dons shin can soon get ready for tho con met And that thoro is a spec of ten r now in sight Iis plain to bo seen To Care a Cold in One Day QlIlnln01nbtetRrdruggists money a Chin 250- j f j v lIt J xass i y isI u Wrlttenibr THK IlKRAin SWEET NHTT1IVH WKIHHNO I UK8S In thingIveTheres ono to which my heart still chugs Although it brines me tears glowWithAN on that happy day when oh Twns Notticn wedding dress Her life was filled with love HO true ciRriAlltl through Along lifoK rugged way j And often when reverses CAme oppressI the same An when she wore thin dress Long years have pnud since she linn woru This token of her love When nngal carne front Beaten one morn And took my pearl shove j No morn her loving ejeH lidinhl passThis than gold treAKurerlIIore dressSAM WtttiON TllKiu bus been so much raid about the Goebel election bill pro nail con t that we hardly i now where we are at I and tho Democratic party is divided in j opinion an to its eflect should it become a law Major 1 P Johnston Senator Hronston nnd many other equally good and true Democrats define it as being ns infamous ns was time Lodge bill in which case we are certainly forninst it rhoc Fuyette senator says of it II The detested force hill was mild in comparison No party could over be fore nn intelligent people justify such n I Ipublicindignationt I a I tical enforcement We may justly coin 1 plain of the action of the Republican party in the Eleventh Congressional district which it is charged WitH stolen hot we oulellloer justify an elllirt an a preventive measure whereby the party in power might destroy popular govern input disfranchise the popular voter and steal a whole state stud every district city nnd county within it a Whilst its a partisan I dislike to differ with my brother Democrats I could nut j give my support to such a measure MAJOR JOHNSTONS CANDIDACY Ho Has Not Resigned tlio Charnunslilp of tho State Committee Nor Will Ho Until Ho Sees Goobds rove A Cincinnati puper printed yestorduy a story to the ellect that Major Johnston would soon annouiici his candidacy fur governor mind at the name time announce lis retirement from the chairmanship of dl1jorJohnstonI slot anticipating such a movo at once lie didnt yet know when he would fur molly announce his candidacy for goner nor Major Johnston in already n candidate for governor in effect although bu hUll undo no formal announcement of his candidacy He practically admitted to II Lender reporter today that ho was now as much a candidate as though be had announced Ho is now looking after uponIianti purposes t candidate Major Johnston said that when the time crime for him to publicly announce himself a candidate be would resign us chairman of the Slate Central commit tel but be yet doesnt know when this will he He hits yet begun no open ram jmign for the nomination as ho thinks it 1ms too early sat Major Johnstons rea sons for resigningi us chairmuu of the State committee have often been pub canfi1atufpublicly support party that he should gn o up the chair manship Future developments however may cause Major Johnston to change his mind about resigning JIo certainly would not do so if there wax any indication of nil effort to elect a successor to him who would nee his inlluenco in flavor of any candidate for governor and this condi howrheard anything about MrI Joebel intend ing to resign as u moniberof tho commit tee Mr Goebel Iis a member of the committee of which Major Johnston is chairman and it is more than likely that IIllfllIlrI committee peoplelIIlIay shipIllsin politics Iin too well known among IDemocrats for this charge to be miuln with any degree of seriousness or for it to ho accepted with nny degree of ere surerthat Major Johnston IU not going to take any hasty action in giving up tho choir uuuifdiip of the State committee and it would to folly on toms part to take such seineyup membership on rnmo committee nod until it is clear floebels friends will not try to elect n Goebel chairman Lexington Lender PENSION LETTERS Somo Remarkable Reasons Advanced as i Evidences of Disability i Assistant Secretary of Interior Davis receives some remarkable letters from ptHllllonclnlmMono of tho Southern states who thus praphiially describes pntliologicnl condition of his patient ns follows rtr date Koarmrrly ills stuinlk tube was lined to lily nervous system but now It has rotted oil coning grille pxpcctorlng and linrTl of breth Your Obdt Hcrvt Dn J HAHKINH M D It will bo noted tho it Dr is mixed in dates as well as pathology Jflcre itanotbcr doctor whose treatment could well ho confined to horses Amblers hum 8 ISOO1enr Sir Yours rniilved I treated Win Akens1 alter ho rom hoain from limn mirfils for polypui In Jlnfhoexposure Thu wounds emu from the ciek of a hoarse LAMISS WiAVin M n- And hero is one on tho root doctor Stratin JIarch LO 1SHO President of IciiticiiLrs I let you no I wor tilted rIL root nnd crh doctor He gave me pawing milk weed tier running soar and no nvnle Ill my stilts is loud I CUll vonte wrath a frc conehenls fellowwho Hut hero is one from an old hurl no faith in doctors und cured him self IJerbersvillc September 14 189iSir At Iternunla hundredI taut a great dual of trouble with my howells The doctor gave eta quhthuno good One tiny a member of our band the IIIIKC drummer gave me liar boxes of Hrandiths pills At lied limper I wow again attacked with despepsin uiiil howells I went mid got n bottle of French red wine lord a pound of cheese Uhleh cured me at once time doctor did me no good While in Tennessee I got u sunstroke and 1 now hnvc cold air resting on my Ilungs and angflinn pictorials which the doctors says Iis a result of sunstroke J II S II I think said the secretary one stand the bottle of French red wine and the pound of cheese but the atigelina pictorials are to be dreaded A weekor so ago he continued II I had a letter from a German whn claimed pension because on the 1HI of Septem her ISSIt 1 lifted n ling over n fence and have sullered from asthma seer since Abe CIIICIlIIthat name will dotellsa- m j soya1Ve thu enunl nroun haul No 10 We wax calico down trees under water Tim was a tug stnnnboat rllilewnrother end to the tree Thu rope sine under thu tuner I war in the water the water ropebuttooted thn rope titencd nnd I war throne hell to brekfnst nod now by gum I wont n LouisIa1be Chronic Dyspepsia Cured g 7 FTEH suffering for nearly thirty years 1i from dyspepsia Mrs n E Dugdalo wUo of a prominent business man of Warsaw N Y writes For 23 years 1 was a constant sufferer from dyspepsia and a weal stomach rule lightest food produced distress causing oovcru pain and tho forma tion nf gas No matter how careful of my did I turfcrcd agonizing palm after eating I was treated l y many physicians and tried numerous remedies without Ipurinanunt help Two years ago I began taking Dr Miles Ncrvo and Liver Iilto and Kcrvlno Within a week I commenced improving and per sisting in tho treatment I was soon able to cat what I liked with no ovll effects I ICCL I them at hand amli singly dosodlspols jnrtold alt drugDCSarc by l gistsunder n positiveIVU L Guarantee fret bottle Nervine Rostoraafunded IeIIL a ncrvcu free Addrats l DR MILKS MEDICAL CO Elkhart Ind The 9C JiI 1- LOJs ilJc Disp UtCir A STRAIGHT DEMOCRATIC NEWSPAPER KjnonsKi nv TUB LAST CONVENTION AH TUP OlTKIAI OlUlAN OK DKM OCUACV AND Hill COIIKH SUn sciitHUi FOR UY PHEHKKT GKNKUAL ASSKMIILY For tho Free Coinnco of Silver For the Chicago Platform For the Democratic Nominees For the Interest ef tho Masses All tho Latest Telegraphic News All time Latest State News All the Latest Market I ItcportriII Correct Market Reports Correct Reliable NewsReports Honest Editorial Policy 10 Th WEEKLY LOUISVILLE DISPATCH AND TmY HAfcKL ftttRHS HKRAIxB S115IKy t i Brent Clot inn jyjy- r A o Overcoli 018i i COMMENCED SATURDAY NOVEMBER 20 AT Louis and Gus Straus LEXINGTON KY 140 liens fine Satinctto Overcoats at 124 other dealersiT price 4 300 Mens Long Ulsters at 5 other dealers price 20 405 Cftssimcrc Suits at 100 other dealers price 450 350 liens Cassimcro Suits at 51 other denIers price 750 250 pallS of Joys Cordtroy Pants at 38 cents other dealers price 7a cents 750 pairs of Boys heavy Cassimcro Pants at 38 cents other dealers price 75 cents Everg DeDartrQBQtt to Dverfiawi1itI Dargais 1 We will put on sale 350 dozen Mens Tan and Black Socks at 5 cents per pub other dealers price 12c A lisle of colored shirts at 20 cents other dealers price 50c 300 Boys Gum Coats at 140 other denIers price 260 Louis Gus StrausLEADING CLOTHIERS OSEcD VISOPltACTICALo BLACKSMITHS AND WAGON MAKERS HAZEL GREEN KENTUCKY MAKE A SPECIALTY OF I1UILDING FARM and ROAD WAGONS WgJ use time Best Material aril Guarantee Satisfaction Call and get our prices and when of the kind give me your order Patronize Homo People get only Molest Work and be IHtippy aKagjIX THE HORSE SHOEING AND REPAIR DEPARTMENT WE B4 employ only skilled labor every smut being nn artist in his specialty and your work is respectfully solicited = 7= I ilLt DC HAR1L BEST IN THE WORLDI For keeping tho Systom In a Healthy Condition CURES Hondoohti CURES Constipation Acts on tho Llvor and Kldnoys Purlflos tni Blood Dlspols Colds nnd Fovoro Bonutlflo tho Complexion nnd II Ploaslnp and Rofroshlner to tho Taoto SOLD BY ALL DnuaaisTS KfA nicely Itllfttratril elclilypapro Lincoln Story nook given to every purcttarrr oil t fiiigeot Lincoln Tea Price 25c Ask you drullrlat or LINCOLN Tan Co Fort ttaneiN I x1IOInrralIImlll1i nl CulnliiKMP WI ricil vprt tin only Midnl nwanlnl In Jilt llni nl llieNuHhylllf bxPJ J I2nbarrrrHvAntrdnltittrorldkairhlcagnandttlnnpnlixrwl4lanI WrUMn j OJ=oooeooeawoooeooeooe oeeooooo000oooooe+oeoeeo j RESTORED MANHOOD PILIIt c1ltI 1 a Tu ugmntroajelyfornorvnunpmstntlonnndaltnorvo I t MtAlnnhiextIngalraryNlrlltlyLmlxrlanplautpmutk toIP tlo JII onmpttannI IIQIlIt wltharerymi5anlernoiivanehdpll tr- lllkULLLAN tlatU9laU tiitt to IroyrotIlTi ts mnllt HC aylii0 trcian4l m I ra ltk t- N J Constipation pluses rally hall tho sickness IH the world It r r I bowelsI a f Hoods SsouinlacureColIstllatioll a1ll1l1l1IKJU1U easilyand thoroughly 25c AHdniRRlsts Prfoarcd by C I Hood Co Lowell Mass Tho only Tills to taku with Hoods Sarsaparilla =fIE IIIALD CtXOOGCOooooooooJI pulu bust mu show with Dr MlliB1 Putn rilLi Willie 1ieratt inado a flying trip to Ezcl Sunday J Mortie Tieratt made a flying trip to Campton Sunday Some one otolo a bcegttm from Uncle Sun coilof Grassy ono night last week Miss Ilinda Pelf daughter if Riley Pelfry of Laurel lets been on tho sick list several days George Samples of Laurel has beets confined to bin homo for a week past with malarial fever U A C Niekell nr tin old nnd respected citizen of the Blaek eater neighborhood died Saturday night Tt Iliivons returned Monday from an extended trip through Morgan Lien fee and Hath counties KeyKcr Wilson of Montgomery county is visiting relatives and friends at the head of Red river in this county Tom Mayne tho popular drug drum mer fur the Hall Warfield Co wai here thin week and sold some nice bills A Mr Magee representing some dry goods house wits a guest of the IDay House from Saturday until Tuesday Judge Imps Davis of West Liberty representing Hettman Plooin IC Co was in town Tuesday interviewing our mer chants n llobert Dieken the boss bricklayer of Eastern Kentucky camn over from Cain ptoa and spent Sunday with his best gir- lHOODS MSarsaparilla 5ill till Olio Iurilier rcrl Ncrvo Tonic Stomach lltogulntur To I lutu Biinds its great uncut Bs liMOViMi Henry 0 Shookuy on Friday wild to Mills Niekell near Daysbnro ttwo suckling bull calves fur fl2ir0 They were solid red in color und about D months old Kollin Kash Frank Kahh and Xw ah Taylor colored left Sunday fcr Louis vine whore they wero summoned in the caw of Curt Lacy charged with selling whisky in violation of the revenue Ilaws That rasping in the throat is a fore runner of lung irritation In suck cases Dr Hells Pine Tar Honey gives almost instant relief It is fast becoming fam ous as a remedy for nil affections of the t throat and lungs followingbgrthsof Laurel on the ICth inst a disfran chisel Democrat girl also to the wife of Grant Spradling of the Murphy fork a Kepuhlican buy A Mr1 llartlVldt commercial tourist Was a guest of the Day House several days last week and left Thursday for West Liberty and other points under thin care of Arhury Hrookn who is acting chief engineer of ono of Picratls hacks StonewallIndiansays tor HnrAM Dear Sir Please change wy paper from Wnllville I T to Stone wallanti oblige ns it gives us tho news from countySuccess HazelGreen1hipps on FrenchLurgchargedwitha theMenefeenndGeorgoA EveryTIIIu rheumatism UII8r1Ibit ChRmCII ofL1 G liCrGI sizes for sale by 1t 1ny r t7 r The debate at the academy a the evening of tlio 2Jnd proved equal to tho goollnndiI fenturoI byInTho following was tho program for the occac schoolDebateAAirutedI more for hU country than Lincoln I30SXeJlIthoUEdtlIrICIIIltICunuirugPIl byfourNettie WheelercTho New Feature participated in by A C Junes Noah Ceo W 11 Hash Win II Curd O N Stevenson II C Quickaiill J A Taul LibertyChorusBy men Tliun ended one of the best entertainments ever given on a similar occa shun rile crowd in attendance was large and much interested They will all re turn on the 18th of March U hear the question Character is duo more to ed ucation than nature discussed by right speakers four from either society GeorgeRiceand lead Isis attention directed to a bedstead and wardrobe butts of black walnut with white walnut panels the handiwork of Mr lice which will compare favors lily with any of the brought on furni ture Indeed in our opinion it iis much superior both in material tumid workman ship Jocularly inquiring if matrimony was contemplated JlrI lace giinncil and llIieJII Veil I dunno cf I found tho right voomans I might Im going to make a parents stud vashstand to match dose Then it was learned that he was in correspondence with u handsome Lex ington widow and our m a t knew ho was hot on the trail Wm II Curd preached eight sermons at the Christian church from the litli to the l0th and received into the church an persons When these sermons were begun ho or anyone else never thought of protracting them but the occasion was ripe for persons to conic into the fold and at the services front two to eight persons castle each night Thrrc were baptisms at the river on the Kith Mtli 17tb Huh and22nd On the 1lth ho baptized John II Hose nn elder in the Presbyterian church and suh enthem dent of the Sunday school Thus in our midst much good was done for the bias ter when least expected uII Our man about town being unable tllllfllctthe devil who Tuesday was verifying the quotation II when tho devil way sick tho devilto1 monk was he dcpnlhvd the poet laureate to whom he gave a unto to souse parlies in town requesting that they send us rely news they might hun j Ho returned with several itims among theta the following II Wo take this method of expressing tho opinion that there are more tid fools to the square inch in this town than ever before All of which is respectfully submitted YotNoBSiUims iKY Feb 1798 Spencer Cooper hazel Grrcn Dear Old Friend Kudosed lied Mamps to amount of f0 Cents Ilenco send mo tho wel come IlKltAln Do not fail to hare another fair this full us Hazel Green iis the only place for a Na 1 fair I will close now hoping you will pet nil tho subscribers you want and then some Old uncle I understand you have quit drink Stick to em old boy Respect fully WM CJAYTOX Hut Bro you forgot to put in stamps else they evaporated on route Mm W T Caskey will please accept the thanks of tho editor and his bstter I for a flute largo squash of the genus cu curbita The culinary artist of Tnt Ifnit AU household under the aupervi lion of the said I built some beautiful ccl1lencoalso the pies speedily Next Tho meeting at tho Methodist church is still in progress and will be continued indefinitely Up to the present time sev oral conversions are reported anti mulch interest is still manifested Rev Peoples of Campton is earnestly assisting Mr Word Dr Govcdon Rev Mr Wallin and Mr Brooks are also aiding in con ducting the services By Its Record of remarkable euros Hoods SaiMiparilla huts become tho one true blood ptirliler prominently in the public eye Get only hoods Hoods Pills are tho best Vaiiuly cathartic und liver medicine 25c No man or womau in Wolfe county or in the mountains for that mailer now too poor to subscribe to THE J illII AUV Just think of gettSujr a newsy paper every week iu the year fur t ft aflhrdlobeyouFIIfyTHE COURIER PROBLEI Ho Travelod 402 Miles an Hour and 4828 Miles In AlLHow It In Worked ImIIlmIuthat our academy students should tako u thuLuuisvilluattention says that paper and tinny con woolthoughtNurse of tho answers was correct Lately a number of letters have been received asking for tho True solution and tho Fvening Post ono day last week gave it The problem it will be remembered is aa follows 4 Au army is 20 miles Mug and travels hUllrll1hlfrom tho rear of tho army at the lime the order to march is given i goes to the head of the column delivers his mesiage and returns to the rear reaching the rear just as tho order to look for the night is given How far had the courier travel ed and at what rate of speed did ho travel 7 The answer is IIo traveled at the rate of 10UJ57 miles per hour and the distance he traveled was 48842suites Prof E II Mark superintendent of schools for Louisville gives tho follow tug as tho two best methods of sowing the problem both being by algebra The lust solution is according lo this formula Let x equal till number of aunts ad vanced by the army before courier reads cd tIll head of the column Then x di vided by lj or Ux divided by ft will equal tho limo of advance of army before courier renohcd the head of the column 20 plus x will equal tho distance travel ed by courier before reaching the head of tin column and JO plus x divided by o t divided byp or 100 plus ox divided by ax will equal tho rate of travel by the courier Then JO minus x will bo tlio distance traveled by thin army while the courier was returning from head to rear of column and lI minus x divided by 111or CO minus lix divided by 6 will equal the time of travel of army while courier was returning fruits heed to rear IIfccolumn and x divided by 1110 plus fix divided by Ilx or ex njuaro divided by 100 plus fix will bu the lime wf travel of courier fouts head to roar of column Now this time is the smug for both army and courier therefore equating wo havo jO minus lx divided hi equals JJx square divided by toO plus fix Icaring of fraction wi havo BOiU minus Ifix1 square equils ITix square collecting wo have SOx square equals i000 x squtuu equals JOO and x equals I11121I niilrn hence the rate of travel iis I OU87 miles per hour IIlItilhe total distance traveled hy courier iis 20 plus x added to x equals 20 plus 21llIr 182842 miles Tho other solution starts out with x representing the rate of travel of courier and is solved by algebra also nr fWrHILttfOft l ao Q n- ryati t Q 33- AK I f ifthe bell hnoy ormtilM tlio murlnur to avoid niinktMi rocks uinl RhoalH 10 Dr hells riiioTnr Honey ward air tliu Hurloun tuni o tioncei of H Cough neglected It StOH limo COUKll Ullll CllrtK tlli OUlllO I WM seriouaiy nVcnl with ucoucli Cu- r2IMn 1uld hunilmli of ilollurn to tlu- eWnnd for mullein but veryllilMKfullr l until I tried fur Hulli Plni T Mloiiey Tbllt wonderful rmiyl 1U11 my turn J U RONKI lrantahurg IIIf DR BELLS PineTarHoney I w all throat lung nn t chest troutilrfl Including fuithrnn brunclillln la tlrlpix1 whoopliiR cough croup 1Lridrardru1d JOoIIIIi or set roa Irt of prlM ill TM L K xurlad- MNI5 lwlwli Cf Onaac TIE GREATEST BOOK OF TilE AGE i Should be la Every Home and Library TnU Peoples Bible Bistorg In nrllten br IlUht Hon Wllllnm Kwiirt plycltnno lrlramler or 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oktorrv end 57 Iohallrr yor- furyier 5IfnretIon rite IIaNiY U HIIHIAtl- pIoblhLcrt uu1 Zlll4onrcII ecIClllcauUllnu r pv rt f iof8 Logeeks I have been confined to my room and as I am still unable to look after my business I DO HOPE x that every man without farther appeal will call on H Ce QUICK BALL at my store AND PAY his account at once 1 I must have some money in or der to moot my obligations and make this last appeal before plac = ing your accounts in the hands of an Attorney for collection You will not ignore this appeal if you have a symaathizinn soul Respectfully t H F PIERATT f V4 ff Y y V =0 t =Si RUSSELL BROTHERS 3= MILLERS AND SAWYERSII =vs 1tfaa- i TDTAVINGI overhaiihd until thoroughly repaired Ihu mnchinory rIk I1rd public in ALL MILLl MAT a JTUS and will niirintci atlsfaction in all cases Grind t1lI1I b t Ttl 4IAFIillAVSund SATlIiDAYS Toll Otto Eighth I Building RTaterial of All IKinds gI We sure also prepared to do custom sawing at ia per 1000 =OR frt or on the halves and we cuss on short nutlet liiniiili 1 iOOltr4 ING CEILING WICATHKUISiJAKDLVG SHKICTING and Ill kinds of Building Material in trued at thin LOW Eil PU101C = t When you want to savo money give us a cull Our = JRcLs7 FI1JL t t- II Ih tho finest ever erected in this section und since ue have beenzl i in cbarco of it 0111101111111 AS GOOD lFlOUlt AS IAN HB =4 I 1UODLCKD IN ANY PAHT OF TUB STATIC from tho MIIIIO hilts hit of wheat white arid sweet Ilring IM good wheat lurid rI Iyou out will get guild Hour in return Try us Tlints thu way to OUlt WAWEK SKXXi =I t Siiradling on Ilcd lliver is now in operation and wo are pre r+l 1At to make H superior nuallty of IIIclIlItl camo toll us above t I will GUIND KVKIIV DAY IN TUB WKBK Sundiy ex r I Soliciting the public patronise wo riinain rteIed JI t fi 6646 6 6 G 4A r I i 11 THE GREAT- NATIONALS yy- F lVIILYN- EWSPAPER wW Fox FJlltltlERS alit VILLaGEB 4 AM YOUlt 1AVOWtTK 1IOMK 1APRR 1rnl Ut11tfffYUlJI M lUH ttnw J 1 A4 u 4 JIUV lEQOTX ONE YEAR FOB ONLY ltC8Sond all orders to THE IIEHAIn I THE N1Y TRIBUNE ALMANAC wo PAGES A National Book of refer rI cnco lorCiOvdntuientnl anti political Information iI Conlaliu the Copitltttion of the United States tho CoriNtitutlon of Ihu State of New s i York Iho DJiiKlev Turin Hill with a cotnpnrttioii of old rid new rates 1ronMcttt Me iI- Ii Kinlcyn Cabinet nnd appolntecH Anihiumidoni Conxiilo etc thu iuroiinc of Coiittfefi j1 ridNavy1h y 111111 unmdtteos eOIl1J1lutc articles on the Currency Gold mud Silver and a vat amount ii 01119llelctic I ficJrBendIi m o 5i15 + 1Jl EVf J ynPi OJ J J j 1- fhl f f 0r sJ It l t oahb KJNfJ ltATllrtfl II J 2 flOJfJUfTTW AT TJlIIIOrnCt ANytT1AR T 1Mt1 4 if h100 ttit YC4J1 JV j i f i J l lijriyi oJo1 11 f J I t r2- jiTrfiIt1 rU Local Option illa The flight over the llobortu local option t bill Wad short this morning ns on th0 1 question of nppial which is Htfll pendi- ngytbC O was ono short of a quorum voting t and the Bcniito voted to postpone th i iH I appeal until tomorrow nt 1050 r Tho bill IM it now rends to one of the r J entloenloptionuensilreseveofferedr 1tloRof 22 percent of tho legal voters In a community tho judge nlmll order nnI election upon tho question us to whether or not liquor of any kind shall ho Mold not less than sixty days nor moro thanI ninety days after fillne tho petition These petitioners may call for an election either In the county city district 01 precinct as tho case may he 111111 the bill provides that from tho timu the petition iN flied until tho election is heldI and the vote III certified no liccnso slimI be issued within said territory underr Any circumstances By this mean whether local option carries or not the filing of petition anti calling for dice- S tions will operate to prevent tho issu ance of nny liccnso and these elections can bo ordered and hold onto in every three yenta The hill tide provides that the voto of the larger territory stealI always control as against tho vote of any nnr alfcr section of terri tory For Iinstance when ft city of tho third fourth or fifth class has no loco option law but the county outnido of the city has localII option it compels the city to also como under the operation of the law nut inI nn case con the vote of any city town or e district control as against the vote of a larger territory of which they are n part and tho county judno clot not order a separate election for any city or town att r beforn tho time for a vote in tho whole county This means that the county if it wants local option will have to vote all tho towns in tho county in provedbigshall control every precinct in the count forbids tho solo loan or barter in ran way of liquor of any klll 1nlld fixes tho penalty for violations at fine and imprisonment It goes further and makes lia blo to tho penalty any person or common carrier who liringn liquor into n commu nity when this law Inn boon voted and no railroad company or stage line 0 r private individual can carry to another pecan in the county may liquor without becoming liable to the penalty Tho carrying of any package containing liquor or causing name to lie curried shall h- considereI prima fWIn evidence of tli tp knowledge of the carrier of the contents and ho shall ho liable no matter how innocent ho may hav been III accepting tho package for delivery Suction atI makes it unlawful even if tho entire county votes for the sale of liquor to xlII precinct where the sale is now prohibited by special act of the legisla ture The bill with Us stringent and far reaching tedious is of vastly store im portance than at first appears It means that upon tho Democratic party will rest the responsibility for having passed tin- moat stringent local option law ever pu E on tho statute hook and it means many thousand of votes when the question of the law is fully understood Louisville Dispatch Nelsons Hawaiian Hair Ellxer This is to certify that wo handledI Nulsons Hawaiian Huh Elixir for ton months mid cart truthfully say that till aalo of it Is phonomiiiHl We have sold1I ten times as much of it nH of till other hair preparations combined our salesI amounting to over GOO bottles seven other drug stores in tho city handling iit at the same time Wo consider it by far the best hair preparation on the market Ucspeetfully WILSON Duio Co Lexington Ky Lee Gordon Company Haul Main Street KyMyI two years ngo to fallout and I was nearly hail After using Nelsons Hair Restorative it has produced n now suit of lair and has ItoJlIotlt from falling out I used two find that it will do all that he clams for it Oct f 1895 L 11 Gounos Spencer Cooper Agent for llrcnthitt Magnum Morgan Mcncfeo and Wolfe cpuntlea 1 par bottle Here Is Success for You Inside figures are always Interesting and the following arc certainly Nonr striking ones about The Ladies Iloin u copiesI thoroughly sold that tho lattor yea issues are entirely out of print It con sumes 142491V pounds of paper in a year and blurbs 30002 pounds of ink It runs 28 presses Tho advertising col umns contained 498325 worth of ad vertising during tho lust year Th- Y editors received 9290 manuscripts andI r r ncceltedThe24648 letters hun been received aidI answered in the year by the editors ofr the correspondence columns The Jour 1sal has over 15000 actiye working onI the road getting subscriptions It hasI educated 442 girls free of charge untie its frco educational plan In a single day it has received us high as 18000 subscriptions 300000 copies of the Journal aro sold each month on the news stands alone 425000 people sub p scribe for It by tho year It YOU happen to be one of these ibo owe this office PLEASE como in J pay us To you it may seem but a r JII amount but if all will pay us trkat they owe we can make the paper a great deal better nnd not be worried tot Jfotk over the debts wo oeCmcln tfkr I It Kl Nr rt i s t 5J4P s Harfii for Johnston ExChief Justice Thomas F Hargi of Louisvilels at the Grand to nrguo u caso today in the Federal Court of Ap peals Touching upon State politics the- o Judge said I think that Major Phil P Johnston of Lexington has tho inside track for tho Democratic gubernatorial sestina lion Mr Johnston is the most ropre Rcntntivc nine wo could nominate as he lis closely identified with the great agri cultural interests of the elate The grand bulk of tho free silver constitu ency in Kentucky in made up of our roamers than whom there in not n sore intelligent yeomanry on earth By rea son of his legal acquirements and expe rienco in tho legislature on the bencli and in the Constitutional conventior Major Johnston would make a typical Kentucky governor Ho is as upright and honorable a man ns J over knew nod calmly courageous in his convictions Ho would not lie to he president of the United States Ho has created no per sonal antagonisms and hay commanded respect rind admiration lie is in a posl thin to draw strength from every duce lion nun would poll as ninny votes ris nny man tho Democrats could put up rind wo want to put our best foot fore most and not lose what we brave regained in Kentucky this lost year The result of the election of 1899 in Kentucky will hove a telling effect upon tho presidential campaign of 1900 and wo must not make any mistakes Them is much sympathy for Gen Wilt Hardin on account of lids detest nnd domestic sorrows and ho has considerable strength lefttbnt not enough to got tho nomination again Senator Goobol is strong and has a number of tho active politicians in Louisville for him but Johnston and Hardin have a majority of the mas csof free silver men there Cincinnati Enquirer Fredericksychronicy1 lienyfully n question of anhort time until he would have to give up He had been treated by some of the best physicians in Europe anti America but got no permanent re lief One tiny he picked up newspaper nnd chanced to rend an advertisement of Chamberlains Folic Cholera reel Diar rhino Remedy Ho got a bottle of it the first dose helped him and its contin red use cured Ism For sale by 1 T Day Married In Cincinnati H Clay Turner of Mt Sterling and Miss Laura 1richard of Martinsburg Elliott c+ unty Ky were married in tho parlors of the Grand Hotel in Cincin theItral Christian church of Cincinnati The bride is a daughter of L C Irich ard Mm Lizzie Turner and daughter Mrs Hello Miller of Paris III Mrs Wilt A Doris of Graynon Ky Mrs Ann K Turner sister of tho groom of Mt Sterling IImlU number of others andEgroom night for Florida Igor HKHAID will bo clubbed with tho at tho price namedfollowing papers Freo Press twice u week 1 00 Louisville Dispatch itiNew ork Tribune weekly 100 fI fI Cincinnati Kn iulrer weekly 1 00 If II CourierJournal twice a week 1 00 4 LoulsyillolosttinilyI 810 A Mouse In a Mules Bead Last week a mule owned by Nat Hog ers of Cane Itidge died under peculiar circumstances says tho Bourbon News The which seemed tIt be brain mnladii which made the animal fractious dolled the skill of Dr Jameson and tho inulu suffered convulsion after convulsion finally rushing into n pond and drowning When tho mules head was opened n mouse was found in the animals brain It is thought that the mouse crawled up the mules nose while the mule was eating in the hurl I have given Chamberlains Cough Remedy fair test and consider it eno of the very best remedies for croup that J have over found One dove has always been sufficient although I use it freely Any cold my children contract yields very readily to this medicine I cnn conscientiously recommend it for croups t11wttuFin sole by J T Day Carious Typographical Errors Dr Daniel of tho Texas Medical Jour nal referring to a recent editorial in the Statesman on typographical errors gives an amusing experience in that lino Ho says he wrote Dr Juo llailyhache andedied = Imagine his disgust when it appeared In the Journal 111 Bellyache ate 74 years of corn July 2 182l sad died If you aro a true friend oftheItlcnr old HERALD and wo have always so considered you you will now go to work and help 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