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Digital page images are linked to the text file. 51 i 451 ry r- Yi J I 1 i t +t A dim k it i ke NZ it YIiA W Yw k 4 Lnk9Yititw=N 4 t t l Tft13 J f f E t i GREEN Hfl1i 1 EiUllsS iJfcrch 4 1865 KidTamous in the Story of Jonathan end Iifi Continent by Max ORell t JoX k apErctttoWner coolIugOlitst Mist Papular Mist Wifely Circulated and Most Quoted Paper in thi Kentucky Mountains 1 i J JONA vA1fcxa ir iuitR Y- Ii FOURTEENTH YEAR HAZEL GREEN WOLFE COUNTY KENTUCKY THURSDAY JULY 21 1808 NUMBf li IiHCHES OLD RELlALE II TONICCures Chills gpo 41 1100 Bottles Druggists Eavo It k IMPROVED TASTE PLEASANT nrBtlBlt CIncorlorRted it j GREEN SONS- WHOLESALEk- ij i BOJtSSJlOCSJj ti25 W MAIN STREET XL 1yX YXiura Sftr l 1 MENDEl GOSLING ct CO V tftHATS jj riAPsIISTRAWGOODS iiGloycs Umbrellas i 627 and 620 V Main St- LOUISVILLEi KY 7Jrj rSSSHuttlewoitli Go MAX rFACTUIlEIlS AND JOHHKltS OK MENS CHILDRENS AND BOYS C LO TH I N G 007 West Main Street LOUISVILLE KY t lDj I JgJ Jeans Kersey Casshuere Corduroy Pants and Suits Ix IxUCJI COATS re to be Superior to July produced Sizes guaranteed as marked 11 r1 tSTSOLD BY 11 i DAYiKY M ROBINSON NORTON CO I IJ LOUISVILLE KY mEYER WISE 9 KPICNKE IMlOrTKUS AND JOIIIIKIS 01 n FURNISHING GOODS HOSIERY ij ijUnderwear Whito Goods 1 NOTIONS FANCY DRY GOODS 1 225227 Race StJ I HoyorSIRI CINCINNATIj Arnold II Kaili n i AIU S SIIX Manufacturers and Jobbers of BOOTS SHOES 5 RUBBER- SNof W PEARL STREET I CINCINNATI H I eI1 tlG57t t t JLJ CINCINNATI Tho loading house for FANCY DRY GOODS FURNISHING GOODS and NOTIONS Always have BIG Drives KTSpeeial attention to Mail Orders AGENTS WANTED In every County to Supply tho Great Poulnr Demand for AMERICAS WAR for HUMANITY Told in Picture and Story 1lumpfed ami written by SENATOR JOHN J INGALLSOF Tile most brilliantly written nest pro Jurely and artistically Illustrated and most intensely popular book on the subject of the war with Spain Nearly 300 Superb Illustrations from Photographs Agentsei AlaOnce to N D THOMPSON PUBLISHING CO 4 ST LOUIS MO or NEW YORK CITY t I r1k t NEWS NOTES Wont is attCor WIIMAM J BRYANS Nebraska regiment is ready for service TILE last yellow fever patient at Mc Henry Miss has been discharged GOOD rains throughout Virginia in sure a full crop of tobacco in that State DRY weather has nearly destroyed the grape crop in some sections of California UNITED States ontrialrobberyVKYLKU theSpanlehon the war volunteersHastingsfor inMexicoarmed force- ESTIMATES aato the necessary strength of the regular army after the war run as highas 200000 TIIK let New York Regiment of Vol unteers has been selected for irnrrisou duty at Honolulu Tin output of gold in tho Klondike it ia estimated nt Dawson will exceed 25000000 this year TUB President is confronted by a del- Icate question whether fcchley or Samp aon should be promoted first A Sim load of Irish sod has just ar rived in Philadelphia It is consigned to un Irish fair in Sim Francisco IlKAit ADMIUAI MIMIMI sailed on July 20 for Honolulu to take formal part in the annexation ceremonies TWENTY thousand exConfederate sol diers are holding a reunion at Atlanta Ua from July 20 to 23 inclusive f THE eight public bath houses in Phil iiidefphiri were patronized Inst week by 230b 5 men women and children Tin next point of attack on Spanish territory will be Porto Rico Gen Miles and a large force are going there AT DAWSON CITY Klondike the price of flour has fallen from 75 to S a sack and gold dust is selling at 15 au ounceSix members of a family by the name of Von Zostrow of Sherburiiu N Y have died of trichinosis from eating raw pork OTIIEIIS have been received at the navy yard Charleston Mass to expend 10000 in repairs upon the old frigate Minnesota Tun last of the monuments erected in Chickamaiiga Park hTs just been dedi cated It is to the memory of Wiscon sin soldiers Tin Germans aro very aggressive at Manila they sue surveying the Luzon coast in both directions landing sup plies and fraternizing with the Spaniaids- EXSENATOR Don Cameron of Penn sylvaniaI has offered to the government for a military hospital tho free use of his fine estate on the butte Carolina coast A METEORIC stone weighing four tons in Hume Austriafell on a warehouse and set it on lire Ibo stone crushed through the house and was found bur ied in the cellar MAJ GIN OTIS will sail for the Phil lippincs at an early date so as to be in Honolulu when the formalI transfer of tho Hawaiian Islands to tho United States takes place ADMIKAI CERVEIIA has been taken to Annapolis Md where although a prisoner of war on parole ho willLu practically a guest of the United States at the Naval Academy AT CiiiSTBRFiEiP Ind Michael Hronneborg was taken suddenly and vio lently ill last Saturday tho result of eating cabbage on which paris green hind been sprinkled while growing to kill cabbage worms A ST PfiTEitsnuRO newspaper characterizes tho destruction of Ccrvcras lleut as brutal slaughter anti accuses the Americans of employing some kindof new explosive machine or bomb contrary to international law OKFiciAMi of time Treasury Depart ment report that the entire war bond issue of 200000000 has been taken by the people in small amounts mill that t tho money sharks have been balked in their intrigues to secure bonds by fraud ulent means Tin Nebraska State Hoard of Agricul ture reports this years wheat crop of the heaviest ever raised n time onoII exceed 2O000OOOThe yieM will IMS mind time grain isi sound and of excellent quality Corn is also in splendid condition maid all inunCnse yield it nn ticipated A CASK of goods received in New York recently from Liverpool Iollihad the fnllnwil message written on it in large letters May SUCCc and n glo victory attend you Hrotherl- IsiconsAmer Englishmans wish Successevery true JW Uand stripesto the stars i fir 1Rt wc v H SANTIAGO TAKEN Seven Thousand Mauser Rifles ud Fine Cannon Were Delivered to the Amer ican Forces TIE SPANIARDS WILL BE SENT HOME SANTIAGO w Crime July liTell thousand people witnessed the hoisting of the American flag over Santiago to day Gen Shatter said it would have cost r 000 lives to have taken it LU9 vault The Spnnish troops at Guantanamo and all those in tho surrendered part of the province which comprises all tho country east of a lino from Ascrradoro on the south to y gun do Tatnano on the north arc included in tho surren der Altogether 24000 men lay down their arms Seven thousand Mauser rifles and fine cannon were delivered to tho American together with largo quantities of ammunition WASIHNOTOX P 0 July ISAn advertisement will bo published in the newspapers tomorrow calling for bids for transporting tho Spanish captives from Santiago to Spain The advertise went does not specify any port of de livery except Cadiz und even that with the proviso or such other port of Spain as may hereafter bo designated WOLFE COUNTY Lacy Creek Links W C 1crkins went to Stilhvater Fri day on business Wm T Perkins went to Stiliwater out day last week Samuel 1rofltt attended church at Stillwatcr Sunday Henry Hounshell and wife wero visits ing in these parts Sunday last W C Perkins and family attended church at Sandficld Sunday hint Dr A C Nickel of your town passed through here Friday morning W T Swango was buying sheep in this neighborhood one day thus week Missed Lou A Johnson and Bertha Sample visited on Stilhvater Monday lust W C Campbell of Laurel was on this creek Sunday but I did nut learn leis business Ira Day and Uncle Sam Profit went a fishing Friday but I do nut know just what pucccfti they had A F Johnson rued two daughters Misses Myrtle and IVarlic attended the laureluntiny1tlu Maytown Missives Curtis and Charlie Hose passed through here Tuesday from Mt Sterling court John Henry returned this week from Mt Sterling whero ho has been attending court Jlev Kvenolc mind others be an a uro tractcd meeting at the M JC Church Tuesday night Unclosed Gad 1 for which pleaso send Tin IlBUAM to Jordan Wills May town Ky and James Wills Hil droth III limo school at this place was opened Monday morning with n splendid en rollment mid quite a number of the patrons present Maytown and surrounding ununi ty wero on last Sabbath viuitcd by ono of the hardest rains over known by them ruining corn oats etc jtcv Barnett lilankcnihip who has been preaching at CllftYIJ1nllllecl through hero Monday Ito was preset at the opening of the school Mrs Bottle Horton and little daugh ter Nettie from Camargo arc now vis iting her father and mother Jordan Wills and wife mill otter relatives and friends hero this week The heavy rain on last Sabbath wash ed away a logwagon of Robert Wills which ho had placed in tho creek near his home and so far only a portion of it lias been recovered as it was torn to pieces by the rushing torrent Stlllwaler Sparkles Oats are badly damaged by tho recent rains 0 S Cecil opened his school on Trace fork on the 18th Roscoe Wells began school in District No 12 on the 18th J F Dunn bad 28 bushels of oats w I 1 pSr or 1 r threshed from 40 dozen bundles last SaturdayJeff neighborhoodudday last week The Association will begin At the bridge on Friday before tho third Sun day in August McNabb A Bolan threshed 133 bush els of fine wheat for 0 T Center on his Stillwatcr farm Miss PhLorah Turner of Rrenthitt county opened her school in tho Hurst district on the 18thIA largo crowd attended church at tho Taybur afterwards administered limo breath and wine Samuel Koso loft hero Monday for Lexington to join the army lie went in company with Samuel Hurst of Campion who had been homo on n fur loughGeorge Taulbeo passed through hero one day last week dressed in n blue uni form Ho Iis homo on u furlough JJrack Amyx also passed through Friday for Daysboro Squire J N Chambers is still im and wo hopo he will soon be up and able to attend to his otlisial duties He has lull a bad spell unit for some time ills friends thought he would not recoverJuly IS OMIUIA Tolivor Topics nightfromJ It McNrbb has a fine horse sick something like lung fever Henry Manniu and W A Oldlield wont to ICzel Monday on business Rev James Brown will preach at Saud held school house next H1II1I11IYi Miss Leu Sweeney of Hig Brunch nth tended church lit muidhelll Sunday John Mannin of Morgan county was in the louver neighborhood Saturday on business IK M1 Pieratt went to Young Breath itt in Morgan county last week to see abut getting u school to teach The storm II considerable damago in this part of tho vineyard Sunday washing out gimps and blowing down corn II 11 Swango superintendent of Sun dayschools of Wolfe county gave an excellent lecturo 011I Sundayschool Work before the Sundayschool at handheld last Sunday Sandliild school opened Monday morn ing with an enrollment of 13 pupils Among those visiting were Will Toliver I L Honaker C M Klkins 11 A Mannin and W A Oh field Witli ox ccllent talks from tho trustees and teach hllrmonyBanfurd Several of the young folks of tho neighborhood enjoyed themselves at a carpet tucking at the homo of Miss Frances mid Willie Sweeney Among HolingXllnnluMannin LOll Catron Liwin Mannin quid Nannie Tolivor Messrs W 1C Lull drum Albert Lackey Courtney Man nin Hruco Holing Clarence Pieratt E- lf1 Pieratt and II M1 Mannin It was Saturday night when they mot but Sun day morning when they parted July 18 5nl lIt Fair at Hazol Qroon This Fall The editor of this paper is in receipt of a letter from J Taylor Day who is now at Hot Springs Ark in which ho asks us to agitate the holding of an old fashioned Agricultural Fair at Hazel Green this fall and to this end requests that wo call n mooting of all the old stockholders and all interested in time matter to meet on the fair grounds at this place Saturday August lJ 1818 at 1 oclockmj and formulate sonic plan by whichI tho fair may bo hold There is not in Kentucky another fair which hits done HO much for the com immunity in which it is hold an tho fair at this place and it would be unwise to al low time enterprise to lie for lack of en ergy on our part Tho1 projectors for tho list two or threo years havn lost n small per cent in trying to maintain this institution but compared with tho general benefits which have been de rived from it their loss was insignifi cantly infinitesimal Talk up tho fair and be on nand Saturday August 13 to help organize a company THU series of meetings at time Presby tertian church cloyed Tuesday night mead Hey Mr Shoemaker left for hid homo at mornlugDuringgreeted with good congregations every evening and his listeners were rewarded for theIr interest in his remarks by his reasoningMrhappy faculty of interesting his listeners is so well developed that his ivory word was heard distinctly nnd time rapt nttcrj lion accorded him leads to the conclusion that they brought conviction to many k LATE STATE NEWS H PAIT Jonjf PATRICKS company 1 tlid Fourth Kentucky lifts been unlformedr1 A ClARENCE VIN OAR Colored WM Ulug k GEN JOHN S WIMIAMS aged 80 1 SterllaghartPADUOAII suffered A fire lost week r which destroyed property to the value of event thousand dollars WHIM roof at Paint Lick In tllrraltl cooIy6Git eorge 8abaaUan dlfa Midilonly of heart lullure TILE planing mill of R P Scobee l dtro1eitbyLEXINGTON business moo are forming nil iiivociatlon for the purpoflo of holding a State Fair at that iiUco during the tail of 1809SSTEPHEN n WlllTK Of IMchmOud linn bought or ItobliiHon t Hamilton Lama raster Hy the trotting Mnlllon Jess re UlmGo1lnADlEv linn made requisition on the Governor of Now JUliO for Louie SehwciliK wanted in Lexington on charge i of grand larceny TOM CintiiAX of Louisville was as muilicd tHnnday by Martin Boyle and Joseph Hiicll AH n result of the difficulty Cumin tabbed hlllllllMlllllllta to death WiNCHiMTFit amid Mt Sterling have each funiUliid a company of colored troops tar thu KMith Volunteer Inlantry which IU liclng mobilized at Newport AuiEHTllKHARiwoN n sailor on tho New York who win vounilcd by u burst lug shell during the bombardment nt Sun Juno pawed through Lexington Thursday euro ii to to his home in iJhelbyvillc Dn WM TiriiNEit of Howling Greene a member of tho Court of Inquiry In tho KorrlntcrCaHtloman controversy was lit Frankfort last week to secure arms for tho new nillltary company at lilt town Two warehouses woro consumed by coiilhiKratinn in Mt Hterllng ono night lust week loss on each about 1000 Tim many recent fires lead to thin linprciidon that in uumllnritH are getting In their work Gro JAOKHON ngcd M and n colored boy mined Ilrown were involved in u dim unity at Ilidueali lust week Jackson heat llrovvn ovei time head with u heavy olub ln dieting laud Injuries and was arrcxted GAITI JOB illsrrofI tho Fourth Mis Honri VoluntucrH U Scott coun ty during a for days furlough Mo Is a nntiyo of Stamping Ground that county but Ifor several years lius lived nlUnrrolllon IluOIIialIAunox superl11lc1Identofthy null jailed mime till Ill Innt iimu rtt time charge hU wife who in in n delicate eoudltunIt In suit thut hu whipped her severely lIN Tin Republican League of Club at Omaba Nub July M W Jt Ilainnoy ot London Ky was appointed on time Nation al 1 KxcRtitivu ConiiMittcu sad Augustus K UlllMon of Kentucky was named on lie American College League WIIITEOAPH at Clovcrport took Chan rata away from the custody of Town Mar shah llali and lib deputy and gave htm n severe whipping with IHehrll While lung dur time Inlliienco ol llijiior 1 atu load whip lied his wife1 sister mid father i SHEIIIY county which linn only fur nlshcd ono eongrcKNtniin during her 101 years was taut week awarded tho Demo crutlo nomination In the person of Hon A lourgo O Uilbcrt who defeated James II McUreary nnd proiuUes to roll up a bin majority for him EDWARD KANI keeper of tho Louis villtt Legion nrmory in mining nnd nlonjj with him some 100 military ilrtii coats of jaekotsInvestlgntlonHold to secondhand dealers and the jackets to borburs and bartenders t WM HKOKNKK n white convict froJ iiirrard county cftcapml from tho Frank fort pen Thursday JIo was n trusty working ouliddo the walls and failed torshow up at night Ho is described ni hayrI G oMtfectJAM 0 SiUHHJ tho only congress man tint ever went from Shelby county served from 1811 to 1813 In no altercation with a member of Congrcrs from Ieuniyl van la S tend ono of his oars bitten oil by tho Irate Quaker Ho never returned home and the Pciiimylvanlnn was duly Cx polled frump tho house WIUIAM McCov who killed his lathFerinlaw David Whltehcad at CarterKvllle In Garrard county In 1889 using both knbe amid plriI durhtg n drumken row peat Y without provocation was last week located at Taylorsville where ho was under arrest on a trivial charge lie use been at largo n over since ho committed the crime 1ir44 Ir TtLrglnmr arrested in Louisville last Week and will he returned to Chlckainauca for trial by eettrtr1 martial lima lattermid Ills reason rft4fverting was that he could sot iNdia Hl write and had consumption while theoth stated that ho did not get MOttlk U1 INI F ttlOQtvWi- v gf fjV Jtri- M ff4 J I1111Lk i 4 OD Cool it Editor HAZEL GREEN KY THURSDAY July 14 1898 k DEMOCRATIC TICKET 0JOB CONGRESSlOxii DISTRICT t Hon Those Y Fitzpatrick OF FLOYD COUNTY WHAT did you do nt the conven tion at Campton yesterday JOHN naked the editor of this paper of JNO H Ross one of our prominent Republican politicians His lacon ic reply was SKIT whereupon tho oditor remarked And FIT FATKICK will do SKITX in Novom ber and what hell do to him will be a plenty SOHLKY hnq proved himself n modern DELILAH and shorn SAmI KON of his strength It is eternal1 1I evidence of tho poetic justice of events Ignored by the Adminis tration when it needed an admi ral Almighty God mode awn for SCHLKY to show his superior ity over SAMPSON nod he did his part like a patriot TUB HBKAUI looking back over the political promises made Jast fall remembers that among other things wo were promised tho best system of county roads that ever obtained in Wolfe notwithstand ing that during Judge SwANi1N lust terns our roads wore compli mented by everybody as being equal to turnpikes in the interior of tho Stale How has that prom iso been fulfilled Alas not at nIl If there be a diiVorunco in tho condition of the roads now and before the present incumbent ascended the throne it must bo illI favor of the former At least this is so in case of the roads we have in mind Hut Judgo Civnu has always been a man of his wordai man who hUH advocated and worked for internal improve monts and wo hope that ho may yot redeem the pledge ho HUlIlI Wo shall continuo to hope so at any rate For Publication in Tun llKKAin- OAMITOV KY July 14 1S KDITOII HiniAM Sir In regard to your article in Tin UKUAID entitled Rottenness on time Torrent iMail Route I desire in justice to the cllicient post musters on the line to state the facts in the case Last Saturdays train behind time and no Saturdays mail down the lino brought here On Innt Monday the same trouble existed and only the Sat urday and Sundays mail brought hero on Monday No mail brought Saturday to our as wellliS your sorrow Hence your reason for not getting any mall on Monday mud llanolito date on Tuesday These are tho facts and I- beg you air to llourish same in your report to tho detectives and to hell with tho outcome Yours mildly HBXJ SKWKIX P M piuchUlAs wo said wo did not know whore explanation g explag F t tiesack containing THK HERALD mnil was returned to this office the sane day it left hero And KENNY try and master your temper hereafter Dont go oil into tantrums over such trivial things t or time will make crowtracks askant your alabaster tomplo em you reach tho turnstile of man hood Ho who nccopts a public trust must bo prepared to accept also tho publics thrusts Now BENNY dear dont go and do it J r any more We have a very high regard for you and did not intendf oX dAj f rt1 ttka a vJa L J in any way to interfere with either your political jpr personal aspira tions Ata ci lZOI1 as apublish er and as a patron of the post office it was proper to call attention to the matter just as wo did and that what wo said was porti nent to the point you boar testi mony in tho above And my dear dear boy dont use such naughty words again Dont you know its dangerous to send hell by letter through the mails Tho post office authorities have ruled against it lest tho accompanying until bo ignitedand consumed POTPOURI Of Political Paragraphs From Paragon PARAGON MORGAN COUNTY l KY July 10 1808 Editor HERALD There is much speculation here in tho woods as to whom tho Republicans will se lect as their candidate for Con gress to bo beaten by Mr Fitz patrick In my opinion they have only one man in the district who could make a creditable race and ho leas too much sense to run I refer to tho lIon Ed C ORoar of Mt Sterling OHoar is a young plan whom nature has endowed with n liberal supply of brains of tho finust quality and as a we doubt if ho hits an InworI COnSid011tI1crot of his intentions not to orator tho race for Congress but I hopo I am not betraying his confidence I heard him say that ho would like to make the race for Judge of tho Court of Appeals Since the gerrymander of this district was turned down by tin Appellate Court tho district is in all proba bility safely itopublicari told the Republicans could not bestow the honor ofn nomination for this high and responsible position upon any ono more competent told do serving Wo understand that Mnj Suit sometimes called Boss Seit on account of his domineering po litical methods wants the lie publican nomination for Congress This piece of information is not n surprise to anybody because everybody knows that ho is a chartered political bore by right divine und has boon wanting provender from the public crib ovor since hi left tho batiks of tho Susquchanna and pitched his tent upon the dark and bloody ground Personally the doughty Major is a fino follow Ho is a man of fair education and is noted for that proverbial hon esty common among all tho Penn sylvania Dutch He is immensely popular among merchants hand ling hardware in Eastern Ken tucky among whom ho has traveled for sonic years and far moro competent to posy upon tho merits or demerits of a crosscut saw or n hillsido plow than to grapple with financial questions or any other great problem of State Ho possesses those told ninny moro ster ling qualities yet ho hasnt sense enough not to run for Congress in tho Tenth district Tho Republican party however poly have to tako Seitz after all as no one else scams to want the nomination Fitzpatrick by a muster stroke of his native and creative genius laid low tho dy nasty of tho House of Langloy in IS9t111111no opposition will do velop from that source Col A T Wood tho old Republican pack horse who never could got noth in nohow will probably not raise his lightningrod this tine Rep Hall has the Mt Sterling postollice and wouldnt swap places with McKinley John cl Wood by ginnyisone of the brainiest biggest hearted and most popular Republicans tin the dis trict and could get the niSniina tint for the asking bttl bo has a good thing and he knows it and like ORear he has too much Souse to run as a Republican for II Congress in this district against tho invincible Fitz So it seems to be Seitz or nobody and tho Re publicans will have to take their medicine however much it may smell of sourkrout LiniburgerI and wooden nutmegs f i fi f r The convention that nominated Fitzpatrickat West Liberty had its big row at tho beginning and ended like an oldfashioned Methodist lovefeast Foes became friends in the twinkling of an eye anti every delegate went to his home with a good taste in his mouthshouting for Fitzpatrick After all the nominating of Fitzpatrick was tho best thing to do not only for tho party but for tho people as well A man is practically without influence during his first term in Congress and can do nothing for his people nor take any prominent part in National legislation Fitzpatrick did all for his people that any other man could have done and when one of his constituents asked a favor at his hands ho cheerfully granted itnot stopping to inquire whothor he was a Democrat Republican Populist Goldbug humbug or whatnot He made a good record and discharged nIl his duties faith fully and well Ho is a man of broad intellect and lives above tho petty prejudices in politics and in his personal relations that characterize the narrowgauge sta tesman A time like this demand1 strong mind great hearts tree tiiith and ready hands Men whom the lut of oftiuo does not kill linyMenMen who bust honor men who will not lieI Men who cass stand 1t yore a demagogue tad scorn his treacherous latteries without winking Tall men liulIcrOIICIIwho live above till FOR In public duty and private thinking Such a man is Hon Thomas Y Fitzpatrick who will receive the solid support of a united Democ racy in the Tenth Congressional District next NovemberSCASEITY Cards of Thanks- I wish to extend my friends sincere thanks for their kindness to my sister Mrs Nannie Clark at the death mid funeral of her husband Mr Josiuli Clark which occurred a few days ego The kindness of time citizens of Hazel Green anti vicinity shall never be for gotten by myself or my sister May Sod bless them and send tlioni prosperi ty WM IHANKY Lexington Ky July S 1SDS I wish to tender mv heartfelt thanks to my neighbors and friends of Hazel Green for their kindness and help dur ing the brief illness and death ofmy husband My1 ap reflation of their kindness is beyond expression of words fins XAXNII CrAUK f wr 7 Granny Metcalfe tllN tINNtNOftINtlNt1N I aN M rarWd tttt owj bit tit et lbe rouititod lane rt mll tt loa i tfn Mid dltloi tnj Ut1 and rr lb UlfClcf tbnofftlnf I 111ay- lh l I betr ud ant rtmrj pull to DaHILL ImiTiMlioit II guar Snub and rrrmtDfol ft llffln grlpw it d1is then moth Wf Inp It IB ur boa all IM urn and would not be wllhool It Uu U i MitCiiri 7M Souiti 4tl 81 ffciutt E1 DR BELLS I Pine Tar- Honey r Iptrr H j 3 t IcLEXINGTONIrthlsor any otfier weed ASK FOR 400 Sj00 J J J- sinico 1Ie 0 CUTPRICE SUITS 6 They are Great Values and BeautiesAT Louis Gus StrollS LEADING CLOTHIERS LEXINGTON KY iOi =t Id- S Rather Take a Whippingc f comerff J ho knew just what he wanted and ii11no store seemed to have it until he us and now hed never go any ri1whoro else l exclude from our assortment I riffIiE 1Suits S4 to S10 j itJ i The J TI Day Racket Store j 1JJHAZEL GREEN KY oaaooeaYell LlLlyt Lo- dopoor oasooaooosooaosoa wvoovvvot t The Other rf11 FellowsII Want 250 8n c SPRING FOR STYLEIJl IJ SHOE WE WANT ONLY fS i THE J T DAY RACKET STORE t IIh IJ T T Reliable War Bews IN THE GREAT NATIONALFJMILY FJMILYNEWSPAPER Furnished by Special Corresponfoflli at the front WjI editionSpecialm 11 Careful attention will be given to Farm and family Topic Foreiff IICorrespondence Market Reports and all General News of the World and Q Notion Z ELLIIIII j 01 CSSeutl till orders to TITO FIEliA PAM RESTORED MANHOOD OR tlDli 1k ILThe t IntorLoetManhtod tllo lroneraU1o Ol1l1n ImpotencyNlahtljYudeglonYo0WrawbI IMentaliVorr = ozcetMveueofTobaccoorOp11101whi- chlteumpuonndnnlty Wlthevury N order weJlve bOilcSfItIIJIIOZ a l ie J- AJrr t a w4i1 t Constipation fully hall ttm sickness Ila the world It tits3lns till digested food too long In the bowels r bUlousuess torpid flyer lndl d produces Hoodcoated 0 IiomnluI I Seureconstlp3Uon and nil Its- wiults easllyand thoroughly 25c All drutglsts i PrepAred by C I Hood S fn Tnwill Mass i Toe only rills to take with Hoods Sarsaparilla t JfME HERALD 1r r JOHN DAVIS made a flying trip to Ezel Sunday t f Miss OKA LIU DAVIS of Ezel is visit- Ing t her brother John B Davis THKRK will bo the usual service at the Presbyterian church Sunday night at 8- pmr OWING to late arrival our Daysboro i and Consolation letters are crowded out r this week r FFHESSY PISRATT has employed a mu slcian and French harp to entertain his r customers I IEDUAIt JONKS deputy postmaster spent Sunday with the old fullsat hume I near Daysboro Jolla WILL TAULHEI will teach the Atnyx school 72 scholars and ripened I for business Monday t DR TAULBEB reports HornTu t South Coldiron and wife on July 10 n- t boy Admiral Dewey t r MnS Tolls EVANS Inns been quite sick for everal days past but at this writing is much better i JAME4 B CECIL of Hlackwater came up Monday with 10 bushels of wheat to have ground at our roller mill All parties indebted to me or to the form of Rose it Davis are requested to cullaid settle immediately Respectfully Tolls H host fEIlllm II ADAMSI will begin a pro traded meeting at Wellington in Mcni fee county next Saturday night Miw Lot DAY has been suf1 ring with erysipelas for several days past matt in consequence did not go to Hot Springs as contemplated Miss IDA ROSKI began teaching till school at Rose Chapel on Lacy creek Monday with a good attendance out of 72 scholars enrolled YOU MUST have pure blood for goo health Hoods Sarsaparilla purillcs the blood Take Hoods Sill saparilla if you would BE WELL Miss ROA B ELLSWKK formerlyof this county writes that her mother is dead but the letter does not give the date of her demise She was a victims to consumption ELDER H ADAMS reports two additions to the church on Lacey creek TueS- day night The ordinance of baptism was administered Wednesday night The meeting closes tomorrow night ACCORDING to a letter received here Monday evening by Miss Lula Evans from the commander of the regiment to which Curtis Iieratt beloncs he left Wednesday of last week for the 1hillip pine Islands DR TAULRKE was called on the 18th to see Geo TaulhciN corporal in Com pany D Fourth Regiment Kentucky Volunteer Infantry He is at his home in Lee City on furlough and has pneu monia very bad THERE will be regular service at the M E Church South on the fifth Sunday held by time pastor There will be no services on the first Sunday in An Kjist owing to the quarterly meeting ser vice at Pine Grove Dn URKCIC TAVLREE of Mt Ftcr ling wrote Mrs Jane Jxnjr mother of Mat Long of the Sixth Infaitry who was wounded in the fight at Santiago de Cuba that her son would arrive in New togetherhhand would probably be sent to Fortress Monroe or Newport Ky Tin State Superintendent of Schools on Friday fixed the per capita of the common schools of the State for the current year at 2W This is 10 tents over years rate There are about 710000 schoolchildren of the State Time amount to go to Louisville teachers is reduced over last year The rate was fixed on figures furnished by the Auditor Friday hospitalCorpstit Lexington came home Friday on n jlenldnys furlough and has since been and friends in and about Daysboro and other points In this f yesterdayandregent 41krs t W T CABKEY and wife visited Tom CaskeT and f reportthatbeen Ciskeyh fortlgbtGevedonmayo Dutira a talk about our poet w psinte FdOneymust have been oneandadded t It consists principally roamantics i ji Jer truehapplufS8painteruon a railroad in winter where there iis lots of tokeepi protected side have a poke full of cold tobnccoThato Catlettaburg HPierattfriendsinlIerndonnightweektoTILEpOilflblothatservice he has forgotten former friends 7 JOHN SrHASTiAX Moody Lacy and morningforI alreadyfilledsome other company They prefer to go in his company because it contains mummy from thia and adjoining counties with whom they are acquainted but will go to fight the Spaniards in any event and with them go the well wishes of Tuff IIKHALI and their many friends for their safe return after the war is over Help Those People and bo Happy Mr and Mrs Richmond Deltusk who live on the Xickell fork of Oiasy hud the misfortune last Thursday evening to have thefrliousc and everything they possessed consumed by tire They are young housekeepers but people who had IlxceptiollalI I hnmeI1 dishes furniture cooking utensils etc I 1etc and not being blessed with an over abundance of this worlds wealth they have nothing wherewith to replace their loss They are tlifrefore dependent I cumImuuitywho possesses the milk of human kind ness will aid them RcnuMiiber that it isi better to give than receive old that in crediting you account of deeds done in the flesh charity eovereth a multi tude of sins If you hue that spirit which prompts yoii to do unto your neighbor its you would that he should do to you no appeal in behalf of theseI young people is necessary and you will have done your duty ere timid article ar I rests your attention They need cloth ing furniture dishes cooking utensils etc and everyone in this broad land can give of what they have and bo the I richer for so doing The more liberal you give in a case of this kind the better I you will feel after Of thin there Iis i1110 manner of doubt andsre do hope I that every person who reads this will I i help these young people as liberally as their means may allow and help them I now Clothing for Mr DcHusk cloth I OIrII gests it Aye and an A11 seeing Eye will put on record your deed and it shall bring its reward in the sweet bye and bye I I ILLWOMEN iI NINE TE1tTH3 of r all the pain- andcickncwfromjII II 1which women l I causedliI derangement In the organs o- fmenstruation ij Nearly always I when a woman Is not well these organs are affected But when I they are strong and healthy a I woman is very seldom sick tfleofWd0i l I IIsnatures provision for the regu i latlon of the menstrual function It cures all female troubles It I Is equally effective for the girl In her tens the young wife with do I mestlc and maternal cares and t tthewoman approaching the period known M the Change of Life They all need It They arc all benefitted by It I IFr artc In cares reutrtr rpecuJ i directions address ptvlnp symptoms the Lades Advlccry Depirtment Tho ChittanocBi Kedleico Co Ctuta DOC6 TeM 79jj ITltOSI COOPER Tupelo Klttrartl II Mr sister tuffcrtd Iron dory Irrtgulir and pslnfut menstruaUcn and doctors cask not rollers her Wine of CarOI- enll cured her and 1of UHarINIIr UUOup Iik tlallli- II w Yr 1lj JAM WllJiON People Believe rul they read about Viols Sar5apurilla They know it iis nn honest medicine and that it cures Get Hoods and only Hoods Hoods Pills euro all liver ills re lieve constipation assist digestion 25c TIM and time again have we notified the leaders of TUB HERALD that obitu cries must be paid for but for all they continue to como in ItS news matter Superintendents Notice of Institute Office of Superintendent of Common Schools for Wolfe County HAZEL GRKKV Kv July 8 1SUS To Teachers Trustees ami Patrons of the Common Schools of Wolfe County The Teachers Institute will convene rt Campion ICy on Monday the 1iit day of July ISIS and continue fivet days Teachers who fail to attend the full session of time institute forfeit their right to teach in the public schools dtr lug the year or to obtain a certificate toI teach during the year unless they lire Superinlendetfor tf actual sickness or other disability hlttrrlmllIt ty are invited to attend dayliespectf 3t II C LACY S 0 S I I iost i No Hills I II I nilthisemiI MRS S B KASH Fashionable Milliner HAZEL GREEN KY I I I t r = = == STATI or Onto CITY or TOIKDO l s51cctj FRANK J Curxnv makes oath that he iis the senior partner of thu firm of F JJ CIIKNKY it Co doing business in titPity o Toledo County and State afore said mind that said firm will pay the sum of ONK HUNDRED DOLLARS for each mind every case of Catarrh that lanI not be cured by time we of HALiri CA TARRH Ctiti FRANK J CHKNKV- Svorn to before me and subscribed in Ill DecemberJlJ h A I A W Notaryuliic Halls Catarrh Cure iis taken internally and acts directly on time blood ami mu coos surfaces of the system Send for testimonials free F J CHENEY t CO Toledo 0 Sold by Druggists The Halls Family iJIlire the best I vi ICJE To the Overseers of Wolfe Coun ty Roads I I hereby notify and rciiitctt till the overseers of the Wolfe county roiidn to warn In their hands final put their muds in jjiiid iir der lit once Now iis a good thaw lo inukc and improve the roads an It1M tint iinmt leisure tltiK of time year with the farmers and the roads will have tllllt to settle lie fore winter I ifI repaired lit once ThuNpriiit letiHon is the best time to repair roads UN you etui see how ami where they need to Ilie drained and they would have more tune to settle but in view of time tuet that the farm ers were very busy and lahind with them crops this lprillll11I1c Mifleml the rood In be excuse for further delay will he accepted I nuggon thul each overseer warn in their liandK anil work nl lent J drays each week until the roads are jitit Iii fond order I Nape each and every overseer will take an interest in repairing their rule not only for present ass hut fnrwintur use They should he well drain i ed and thrown up and fills made where they get muddy in winter and If this iin done we will have good road even fin winter There are some new roads needed andI Borne changes nepcusarv to he made in tileI old roiiild and the pulilin does not teem ttoI understand how to pVocced and for their benefit II will give them tills information Application to have a new roitd opened IllIIUIIIIty five Innd owners of the ulllltywhich peti tion shall set forth in writing n descrip tion of the road cud what part thereof In to he altered or vacated If fur II new road the names of the owner and tenants of land if known and if nut known it hullI be HO stated over which tins road Iin to pees the points at or near which it is to cum mcnce its general course and the place at or near where It terminate Previous toI the tiling of the petition notice thereof sisal lie given by potting written or printerII I inotII f road shall he located for at least 20 day e prior to the term of court at which such pe tition IK to be preMtfiit d which notice nhall state the time when such petition It to bn presented and time substance thereof and I copy of the advertisetnenl shall be filetI with the pulitlon I G T CKXTEB J W C C f 4 etucac Cusmeuy ior lueg if19 tion throat disorders and all broacfeiil troubles la found In Dr Bells Pine Tar lI1a81iamong the most Important remedies of the age Suffered 20 YearsI tWIYfff7116fJnr MARY LBWI8 wife of a proml Mold farmer and well known by all rcaldotita near Belmont N Y writes For twentyseven years I had boon aconftaut sufferer from nervous prostra lion and paid largo sums of money for doctors and advertised ruraodlod without bone Ut Three years ago my condition won alarming the least noise would startle and ahnumber of sinking spells and lowly grew worse 1 began using Dr Mile Uentoratlva Nervlno cud Nervo nod Liver 1M1U At dot tho medlclno seemed to Iiavo no effect but after taking u fume bottles I began to notice a change 1 rested bettor tit night my appe tite began to Improve and I rapidly grow better until now I uui an nearly restored to health as ono of my ago may expect God blctsDrMUesXcrvInoI Ur bides Kemudles V Dr r no sold ly all tlrus 4gistsguarantee first bottlo Nervine benefits or money re Restorefunded Iksmiron ills Hoekhaloes vO nerves free Address Ult MILKS M1CUIUAL cu Klkhurt lad FOR WATCHES GOOD ONES 350IBETTER ONES at 600 JXANI IHWVUIH ftf And Watch Repairing uo TO FRED J HEINTZ 1j K Main LKXINOTON Kv Sheriffs8 Sale for Taxes Ily vlrttif of taxes due limn Kherlll of Wolfe county tar tine years IMiVlliH I hciigm1 Iotinlv Court day helween use hours of ii oeloef a in nil I oclock Ip in al file court house dour in the town of Campion 1 Ky expose to public Kale Ifor cash In lout 515g11111111111Ire1l11IM may he necessary to sat fy tine taxuH and COsts towil l 12 acres of hind assessed In the mauls ol hum KiiHsell maid iidjolnlni the landu of yentarIMlViMiIlS Total tux IIIIIIIIINIi flUJH S Jl WllXiN H W e By John II Hollon U H HAZEL GREEN ACADEMY is Tho Cheapest nnd Dost School in Eastern Kentucky The next seasloti ulll begin MONDAY SEPT 598t thoroughITho discipline is tho best Tho expense is the lowest rSend for catalog of part nnlnrM WM H CORD Hazel Jrcen Ky It 31 BRYAN HAIKHMAN yon Pearson Clark- I WHOLESALE + GROCERS LEXINGTON KY 1 4 f fI i 0 jl 0 if 0 Lexington and Easton Balmyy1 Time Table la Effect May 15 Iii t jEASTNo 5 STATIONS No4 Dally ex Daily Sunday I I putAVAHIllnYlnohcMtcr i Fnirlic 8 45 lUll t t7 piiit poiClayl Stanton t 2fi dot 4 UIm s pmIhmuleo1 I pmNat11mJlCftttvopmThreeFks putJackson WEST BOUND I No 1 I STATIONS Dally ex No 3 Stnrfny Daily pmAtholI phiThreeFksCprollenllyveputTorrentputsatparDundeeImFIIIHln patChippmIndiaI JIolIlrlle11mWl1wheltcri I punAvon1 putIexi5gtoIS J It HA lilt Genl Manager i PIUS SCOTT thmlIUlI Agent FOB SALKDiNirimr to dust out my lituliuS nt thin place IIotlcr for solo all of my Blacksmith Carriage and WoodWorkers Tools consiNtlni of tho latest innilols Also Mn lirial cud Supplier u great variety nail tint liiht Utility 11so Tvo Saddlo and Harness Horses 1111lllcrIHI titans lliiifify tinil hornets HOlSIUlOU FOItNITrilK Ac- jjuTTarllrs In need of any of the iitmvo fan Menrc IniiijnliiK liv calling oil JOHN II HUH Ihuul Gruvn Ky iilt E tG r rttii iatiltj t JJJ WINCIIKSTMU KY N H WITIIKIISIOOX President Jl H HUNTKlt Cannier Paid up CnpHaT 20000000 Surplus 0000000 This Ilnnk solicit limn account ofmer uhantN farmer trullcrM nand hiiMlncM men generally throughout KiiNtcrn Kentucky mend oiler UH oiiKlomcrH every facility and the IIlllt lihorlll terms within the llmfts of hegltluonteImkbig octlSly TRADERS DEPOSIT BANK MTSTKIILING KY 1 CAllTAL 200000 1 SURIIUS 30OW n J MI HIOSTAFP Irenldcnt- G L KIltKIATHICK Vice Prcslilfnt 1114 THOMSON Ctt hlor oWe respectfully solicit the hlllllnlu oftner clianlN itirinerK tritdcrx and htislncita saeI- generufl throughout lastenn Kentucky A guneral fiankliiK huNiniUH done Gin UNA chance lo tend you a hank book pay you clocks and IOHII you money when in feed W W TnoMiSON Cashtter TONSORIAL 1PARLORI 1 C L MAYBERRY Proprietor O Hair Cutting Shaving Shampooing nnd Biiuofactlon guaranteed C35TYour patronage solicited SILAS B KASH M D 1IIVSrCJAN AND SURGEON t HAZEL GREEN KY Oflico at residence and cull answered nt lilt hours Obstetrics a ipcclnlty i OLMN A KA8- I1ATTORN 4 EYatL AW HAZEL GREEN KYtWill practice in the court of Wolfe unit time adjoining counllcn and attend promptly 1 + all collcctloiiN eritriiHted to him J ATAtTJfcBEEjXo 11rte Physician and Surgeon t a HAZEL GREENb KY Ym J 1 Surgery and obstetrics a upccUlty trfJ IrI1KIMTIK ljtLDOJtilJblV Mri th 0- t1lV i cioiIi 4- J fIJIl I p Lc tto H j i 5 rt cI f7 r x w jj t R t L a- i b ie JlVt1H t 1 J TAIN SOLDIER RESENTS I1 t ttl thihtoi Eera11s OfhuioeWer- deriLrefallo flash tlyaltl vfMr CtMtrjWby UII Marl Ltoklig CAMP COKBIK 4Tii KY VOl INF LExnu ToN KY July 1198- Editor j of the Lender I nm sorry to aeo the following reference to the Fourth Regiment iu youreatccmcd morning con temporary The Herald r Hut not BO with the Fourth tho reg imtnt of mountaineers and moonshiners r of feudlsU and scrappers They will go from this point of mobilization bedecked and bedizened and uniformed and equipped until they could never ho recognized as tho hard lookhmg crowd that began to make Its advent to Lexington about ten days ago The uni forming will begin today when Captain FriahyH loll county bOYS will bo sup plied with linen white and raiment fair To each men Vr that ntiserablo II push II Liout Suplco will allot ono IOUHC one pair of trousers etc It Is truo wo lire mountaineers It inI not truo Unit wo are moonshiners feudiuU and lawbreakers That wo arc fighters wo hope to be able to prove Wo have enlisted under tho ling of our country with the undorHtaiuHng tint we will follow it to victory or defeat that wo will yield up our live in its defense Wo come from that portion of the State noted for its loyalty and wo hopo that when wo return to our homes wo will havo bees guilty of no act to change tho general reputation of the people of the mountains It is truo that wo wcro a hard looking crowd when we came to Lexington We have been nursed in tho hip of pov erty and lived lives of hardship and pri vations Horn and reared in log cabin far removed from towns and cities wo have worn tho liomeMpun eaten tho corncnko and bacon and have had a lit tlo Hcliooling in time log acliool houses locatediII muddy roads limo uniforms which the iovernmcnt is furnishing UH may miiko our appear unco more acceptable to tho gentleman of tho Herald but it will not increase our loyalty nor will it iiwko us lovo our hag any more I1 hope the gentleman who wrote the above extract did not intend to refer to us nil that miserable push Wo feel that he intended to say something also not quite so hard I know wo have tthortcomings Wo are not perfect but we hope to mike good soldiers millHO conduct ourselves in tho trying limes of war that when wo return ever Tho Jlice old will respect us It has been stilted that Indies are tint inclined to visit our camp Wo hope thllis untrue for we are not only glad to see the good lathes of Lexington at Camp Corbin but extend to thorn a cur I dial invitation to come At present wo arc not as proficient in drilling as wits the Louisvillo Legion but we hopo to learn the tactics and maneuvers HO that wo can furnish entertainment for all who are kind enough to visitI our camp W lI1 XOUIIIH 1rivnlc Company In WATSON Who Is to Command Our Floot In Span ish Wators n Relation oi J L Watson of Lexington Commodore Watson who him beet or dered to command tho European Flying Squadron and who will doubtless attack the Spanish coast was bunt in Frankfort Ky August 21 1817 Ills mother was Sarah Crittonden Watson who was IItntel1111nnformidable rival JIll active naval career began in January ISGJ when ho Furragutsllagship raguts Hag lieutenant Ho was in tho battle of New Orleans Mobile Hay Vicksburg and Port Hudson and it was ho who lashed Farrngut to the rigging in tho historic struggle in Mobile Hay Ho is first cousin of Mr 1 L Watson of the firm of hithriu +C Watson of i this city who is justly pro u of tho dig tinction that has como to hit famous p kinsman Mrsr L Watson also has nI brother 1 in tho naval service Captain Todd who commands the Wilmington vessel of Commodore Watsons licet lie may also go with the llcot into fpan ish waters Their subsequent career will be especially Interesting to Lcxing toninns Lexington Morning Herald Regarded as Honorable The terms under which Gen Tonil A surrendered 2 untlngo to the Americans t it regarded as honorable by tho Spaniiii t government Gen Blanco still miss HO 000 troops at Havana ItIt- e 7- s KENTUCKY CROP REPORT Condition of Crops set Live Stock July 1 18M Eatttrt teat sky Ahead eiOtra For the July report replies were re ceived from 148 correspondent repro renting 115 counties Wheat Development of the wheat crop during time month of June shows tho following results in the great wheat growing States of tho Mississippi Valley j In Ohio and Michigan the crop is fair both in yield and quality In Illinois Missouri and Kanaha tho crop has suf fered greatly during Juno from rust and chinch bug and the quality will be pour owing to damage from these sources limo quality is greatly impaired by the presence of an unusually large number of smut heads Whore threshing has begun the yield Iis very disappointing In Iowa Wisconsin and Nebraska win ter wheat varies from very fine in some sections to poor in others In these Staten spring wheat Is threatened with rust owing to tho extremely rank growth of the plant In Kentucky time exceptionally fine showiug of Juno 1 has not becn main trained and the crop is fully from ono fourth to onethird short of what was anticipated Tho most frequently men tinned cause of damage is rust which scorns to have been general The crop ripened prematurely and tho filling is very imperfect rarely more titan two grins to tho mesh being found Tho berry is lacking Iin plumpness which together with the presence of consider imbue siuut will materially interfere with quality In tho western section of the State time crop has been damaged by rain since harvest Time estimated average yield per acre for the State is lt bushels In 1897 the estimate yield Julyr 1 wnu 12 bushels and tis bushels for a corresponding date of I18JO For tho western section the yield is lit bushels for time central and eastern itI is I15 mind 11 bushels respectively Corn Favorable weather conditionsi have prevailed during Juno and the corn crop iis now in excellent condition The average for tho State is tlimitt im provement of four points during time month On July 1 1807 the condition was 87 In tho western section a few counties including Union Webster CIIIllwollllllel Trigg report tho crop siiHering for want Utf cultivation which has been interfer ed with by excessive rainfall In tho central section time drouth has been re lieved in those counties along till north era border and tho crop is Gist regaining lost ground from this source Taking time Stale by sections tho con ditoiiH are For tho Western D Con tril 1H5 and Fastern 100 each being an improvement during Junel OatsThe condition of tho oat crop is 80 for tho State as against ill on June 1 On July I ISfr time condition was SO limo crop has improved in time cen tral and about held itOWII in time east ern section but in tho western section it has fallen olf from M on Juno 1 to 71 on July 1- 1ohllcco1ho acreage of tobacco compared with 18l 7 is I1JJJ per cert or ll 03S acres for tho State Tho eastern section reports tho greatest increase I7m per cent IIII the western sec lion the acreage Iis increased 21 percent while in tho central section tho increase is but 9 per cent The condition of the crop shows an average of i2 for time en tire State July 1 ISHi time condition WIIlIiSlInll on saute date of ISUl lime condition way 9I12 IIn the western section the crop is to some extent foul Grasshoppers and worms arc reported preying on tho plants and tho utmost vigilenco will be required to maintain present condition of 113 IIn tho central section lima crop is very spoiled and time stand is poor Tho first sotting is growing nicely but the re plant scents to bo gutting n poor start I which gives the crop a ragged appearll- t t COlIIlMldIIn sccI I COllllltiolllaJlPonrllcd acreage Meadows and Pastures The acreageI of clover meadows cut as compared with I 1S7 is H7 The yield both as to quan tintntityt1817 is IIIII Time yield is light and time quality of much of it is poor owing to tho presence of weeds Pastures are most excellent tho condition being Oil Live stock is in satisfactory condition Time demand for stock owes has greatly increased and farmers are turning their attention largely to sheep breeding r LUCAH MOOIIK Commissioner of Agriculture ay et J Jj Jjj I i JI I JI j j N CouiouAL G P DYKB Company A Twentieth Infantry AMIKADY the prediction iia freely made that the Fourth will ho the finest regiment to leave Kentucky It will go from here with 1300 men big stalwart fellows already hardened null perhaps more able to stand severe service titan any other regiment of volunteers in the entire country In fact there is no doubt but what these men could under go right now just as many hardships as tho regulars Of course they are deficient in military tactics but being ca pablo of standing so much work they can soon become drilled Lexinglon Lender An Emperors 46 Portraits and Poses With five German warships facing Admiral Deweyu fleet at Manilla and the intentions of the German Kaiser still a matter of sonic doubt tho lending nrti cle presented in The Cosmopolitan for July will be read with interest The IoiiTYHiv PORTRAITS AMI rosra or TIM KMPKROR WILLIAM which illus Irate tho article are in themselves an ex traordinary exhibit They might be de scribed usIIte Involution of an Kmpc ror shown by fortysix human loch ments Undoubtedly large a nunn her of portraits were never before galh erect together of any royal or imperial personage Cincinnati Llvo Stock Market Thn Cincinnati Live Stock Record of Friday sires time following as the best prices for that day Best price for cattle 180 Top pricu for calves 700 Top prico of hogs Sl100 Rest sheep brought 100 Item Iambs brought filO The above were actual stiles but it should bo borne in mind that they repre I sent the best of their claw on the market that day TUB HKHAID will each week give the best sales of the Friday before which is ulnae worth the price of the paper NV is the time to subscribe tif1KVKK KKKfJ HGES A Book forYoung and Old I iK OUR f I RECORDSr fete 1878 8 250000 T Kk DISEASED f MEN tJ ICURED WE CURE NERVOUS BLOOD OtK sKIN fPRIVATE K DISEASES K nI1 250000 CURED YOUNG InnrlIUwhen unornnt of tho tcrrllilo crlmo you weroennunlttinr 1idyouonly evilhabittlhlo rosulti woro your eyes opened tu your peril Did you Inter on in Innn I ImLOOlII PytnptoumRvI IIIllI lis nfnhluntwithIIOKH cniuivl liy curly nbii o or tutor ox a cores Hnvo you luurcnryT Thl booklet tvihllalmtoutto i runtiI byI1 wo eon UUAItANTKK TO CUUIJ A PAY11oI vviiirociiM SYPHILIS HKKT I siUKTI I Oil AIUJKS K1DNKY mid 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