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liberal terms wltufclhe limits oI KefelUwatebankinK r octlSly LnvnloponYIt jr COUNTY NEWS NOTES 0 flftKTo inauro Uipcrtion AU corres byMondaythttt nearby on Monday lIIornllI SWANGO SPRINGS SAYINGS Tns Spencer of Still water tool dinner at the Springs Friday Edward Ouoy returned last work from u buaincM trip to Jackson Misses Lulu Johnson of Lacy crouk was tho guoat of III iss Corniix Bins last wook Mrs A II and Miw Allis Swan go were visiting Mrs Margaret Onoy cno duylust wook A trio of young Indies from Ilazol Groen pasBBd through horo Sunday going to Daysboro Anson nnd Samuol Lowo o Lacy creek worn visiting Ernos- and Peery Swnngu Sunday Mrs K E Cecil of Stillwatur stopped over Tiiosclny with us nnd on Wednesday in company with Mrs H II and Harmon Svvnngo anti wife spent n plOIRnnt etA at her daughter I Mrs11111nll- neol of C rojtoy May 22 UKO 3TILLWAT13R SPARKLES D Li Putts wife is very low nt thin writing- M t i iins Malvio Smith wewttoCnmp ton Friday to attend the wciiminn tion Jamos Neff and wifo were visit ing on our oreek Saturday and SundayMort Swango andI Curl Mie at tetllied Squiro G N Chambers court lFriday- S r Taylor a littlo son of JlL Taylor has boon on tho sick lint for sonio timo Miss Sally A Ttitt is homo from Campton whore sho has boon going to school for quito a while Our singing school at tho bridgo will bo continuod for 10 Saturdays and Sundays with Rev John Wil son as teacher J M Taylor of this crook has n job of won thnrboarding and paint ing tho Devils crook school house and is now doing the work Hilly Wolls whom I mentioned a few weeks since as being at Loa ington under treatment for hitHtOnl4 has returned homo with hjs sight greatly improved Quito u crowd from this crook attended the Wesleyan ncadomy out rtninn1tllt at Campton Wed nesday and Thursday nights and all report a good trip and time B D Rose who took his former wife and loft this crook for parts unknown has returned with his wife and has got hor at homo new with him as his presiding wifo at thus timo Thoy say they wont to Wisconsin and saw a great deal and had a good timo Thoy bought a fine buggy as they came back through Mt Sterling T F Dunn who loft horo some timo ago and onlistod in tho Third U S cavalry has boon moved from Fort Ethan Allen Vermont to Jefferson Barracks Mo Ho was kicked on tho leg by a horse on the 25th of April and has boon in tho hospital over sinco but thinks ho will bo ablo for duty in a fow days He says ho likos soldier life and is well satisHod Ho say tho gunboat Nashville pass whore ho is and that it fired 21 shots as it passed May 22 OMKOA LEE CITY LOCALS Born to tho wife of Floyd Oraso on tho 20th a big boy Clay Roses wife has boon very eick said to have fovor Charley Patrick has finished his now dwelling and moved in Mr May and family of Grassy nro visiting relatives in Loo City Mr Bailoy of Paintsvillo paidI our merchants a pleasant call lust wook I would liko to hoar from Lane Boys take Till HERALD over thoro and give us tho news from that I By special arrangement with the jmblisliors our Hazel Green I Campion Tolivor Loo City andt Dayaboro subscribers will this week each receive sample copies of the TwicoaWoek Courier Journal and the Cincinnati Bnqui rer For the nsxt 30 days the CourierJournal will bo clubbed with THE HERALD at the low price of S1JGO a year for both pa pars During the same timo the Enquirer and THE HERALD can be had at S125 per yoar for both papers Now is tho Limo to subscribe Send subscriptions to this office IllsltelDfI dotWilliam Center anti wife lanro tho guuttta of Elder Dunegan Sat I urdu fJohn HmrelK of Lane mad our silversmith a pJun rwt can uno day last week Tommy Lykwn ought of fiX Sluriir Vibioh tfuOworth of onk timber last week puyinfc tthe on ah higff fhie cow and ulf Ion yearling mule lohn Mnrbhnll pAHsod through Lfc City lFriday mowing back from IllinoiswlmPrehobhslivedfor5etn0tiume I Copt BroRS passed through town Friday 1m route to Pin Hook Ho bought 1000 white oak trees of L F Joso 011 tho homo farm and con tracted for nil time grain and hay ho had to spare which is a pretty good sign that his road is coming I noMuo in the Daysboro news that something like a tblind tiger is there I think it must have heart seared away for I saw something of tho kind on our streets Saturday morning It lu Rnusod much ex citement butl think tho good citi zens will soon roust him out May 22 G B MAKONHV CAMPTON CURRENCY HovT L Wrest of Corinth is in our midst JI II Stamper wont to Kentucky river Sunday Jho eh + iol tonaheri examination passed oil quietly 0 N Lacy of Ilazol Croon vis itod relatives horo Limo past week U TI Byrd of Jackson took in the nlcrlainmont hero lust weok- W C Iryor has sot up a say mill at Vortex three miles from this plaice Miss Nannie Drake and hor little brother Smalloy of Estill county are visiting relatives hero Rouse Catroii of Pomoroyton who has boon attending schoolat this place loft for homo Saturday I Several Hrtzol Green bounties attended tho entertainment and they made wonderful impressions upon many masculine hearts Frank Russell of Clay City will put up a stave mill at this placo inn fow days Ho will now buy all tho staves that may bo dolivorod heroMiss Sally Hurst won tho modal in the girls declamatory contest at Wosloyan academy last weok J Miss Sally is charming littlo lady j We did not attend tho entertain mont James Hollon son of Hon J nII Hollon won tho modal over Cud j Hanks Letchor Byrd Willie TJerII Hannibal Hurst and Willie Kolloy in time declamatory contest at the Kentucky Wosloyan academy com mencement Jimmio is a bright j young man and wo shall watch his career with prido Wo did not wit ness the contest but wo have boon told that all of the boys did well Wo are not partial in tho matter but wish tho boys abundant suc cess through life May 22 SvrrrF tech Ova Swnngo and wifo nee Miss Dora Craiii paid a visit to her main the Spradlipg neighborhood n 1 7 MORGAN COUNTY iCONSOLATION CIIATrJ 15 F Cecil and wifo visited EJJ- z McCluro Sunday hogsforC C Long made a flying trip to Torrent on business lust week SlrIylor and daughter a tlond od church on Laurel crook Sunday James Haulaey was in this nook Wednesday surveying land for R D Motley Mort Pieratt and John Evans woro in this neighborhood on busi ness Saturday 0 W Cocil has boon in Magofiin county helping Sam Jackson plant corn lust weok Mort Cecil is afflicted almost as land an Job with boils but ho is not us patient as Job- llov D A Whitakor of Omoi what the jfueat of S ll Tyler and family fridaynight Clarenoc IManluMiship wont to T Abel to gee his lust girl Clarence you an too foung to marry Dr Curt Opvodon was called to see 1trc0k11nllis Friday null found him in a critical condition with iinflammatory rheumatism Our poctnml artist was tho guoat of yoHcrilw Sunday and ontortain od us by singing and playing sumo of Iris choicest pieces on till organ Lacyhave1 Oldtiolds barn and Druo says the huavuno declare tho glory of God but the firmaments showoth Drums handiworkOn last yo scribo had tho pleasure of taking dinner with Mort Pieratt and n bettor meal ho never ate Mort is a cook in his heart when it comes to chicken and dumplings and biscuit Mort said he could notgot timo to marry May 22 Trim DKAKK JAMBS JANGLES James Shockoy is on tho sick list J R DoBusIc was in Hael Groon Friday W S Wilson wont to Rod river Saturday visitinginCurti Rose and his best girl passed through horo Sunday Jamofl Shockoy lost a fine steer front eating too much clover Joo McCluro an oxsoldier of the Fourth Kentucky was in tho Jambs Monday Roy Harry Littlo preached a most interesting sermon at old Grassy Sunday Kolly mind Herman DoBusk have just returned from a fishing spree in Rowan county Mrs Ella Nickell who has boon sick with fever for some timo is alowly improving Mort Swango and Miss Icy Do Moss of Hazel Groon passed thro tho Jambs Sunday Mrs Joshua DoBtisk and daugh ter Miss Fanny have gone to Par agon to spond tho summer Elder Win M McCluro and G W Byrd attended mooting in tho Callabobso Saturday and Sunday Alex Niokoll and family who havo boon sick with lover for some timo are all improving oxcopt Alex Miss Callio Taulbqo took in tho sights in and around tho Jambs from Friday until Monday Como again Collie MIZE MITES E H Oldfiold made n flying trip to Rothwoll Saturday- J K ROM was visiting round and about Mizo Saturday and Sun dayJim MaUioMcOuirowere day Frank Ol4f1e1i1 and family woro visiting on BUdkwatpr Saturday and Sunday Old Aunt TiJdalHaghcg fjineral will be preached tLongd ran h e Illp1IIrlnl1lurph f Jtnck Old flolt and family woro SnturdnynnlSul1dny itov Hfey Littlo1 doUVorednn eloquent ncrmon ton largoaudi SrinilaytK Storhngiwhoro willho Itovharryinvited HENIFEE COUNTY I i t McOAUSEY MATTERS Bon Cox of Mt Sterling was a y visitor in town last week rlillgwns111 Salitlahuri litSterlingi W 1C ii it pneoolthroughI to May town a um111h1CopofI Thurnday S S Pinnoy John EvjmmHti Bi havens nod a Mr Davia oro in tOliming our morchanta last wook Chins Petryof Mt Sterling and Vlt1nlur and son JJ of Roth woll paid our placo a Rico visit last wookMiss boonini iting her sister Mrs Sam Tabor of this placo TJr Hovermale editor of tllo- FroncltburgAgitatornntl Dr Rooso FridnyComoCharley French gaud A L1l RapidsMirvisit lust Thurfldayand Friday McCauficy is improvingi Vory rap cottn168XgoingAll wo uoud now is good water nnd stroot en rH- oHonry AVhilakor tho wittiest man of MeCausoy or tho surround ing country was at our place last poultryQ good und bringing such high prices hobnlybindto sot and that not having any doorknobhatching n Wntorbury watch which I WhOl1itMay 22 Siioim Look at tho late lifter your immq and if bo hind on sttbsori tion WALK UI AND PAY TODAY iVo MUST have some- mouoyandhavoitpdo qthat is right away I fJI0 Lexington company of the dubsThursday HorvicoOnod for sorvico in tho Philippiuoar Conglied 25 YearlII suffered for 25 years with vcough and spout hundreds of dole tITars with doctors and for medicine l1li 1rI3pllePinemakes weak lungs strong TTt has Ttag9ELiaGrantsburg Two deaths from cjpinal moni gitisjn lItiaB than 10 Jidurfl and ono Iothort seriously ilLfif thofflKme dig ease wai the situoapEf In the fiiml Jy of Q5pt Doatloy oipven boxer r- ttst Ttiui day t hr UobSprangf mef1RStwoskncm1 bytlila trip Jc Wl iil Y Tfv 1 f ti vf y 1 r i I ql fi JII J j I- VI Li v I1iY 4 L f at n y a1t- rt a T w- II i tt- t 1 1 ii- a 11M 11If i1r 1e r iiii 1I 7f1i t t J r At y5- L I r 4 Y t I 1 6 kIrv F s f r lr t J 1 1 r- r tS I ppt- t r t I I i 11- r 1- t M 1 7- e f t r- h 4Rt1 1 4 1 pIlB HERALD SPENCER COOPER Editor HAZEL GREEN KY THURSDAY May 25 1890 FOR GOVERNOR P 1 NAT HARPIN OF HARRODSDURG +AnnOUnClE m8nt C for tilnto Auditor Wo nro authorized1 to announce JOHN 11 OIIKNAULT of Madison county nS u cnn didate for Auditor of Kentucky subject to the nctlon of tho Democratic convention in 1699 nJ TUB Democratic stato conven tion to nominate stato oflicors will bo hold at Louisvillo on Wednes day Juno 21 not quill ono month from today Tho situation as now presented and wo speak ofcourso of tho gubernatorial race is just this Mr Hardin iis by far tho favorite candidate and it looks liko ho will bo nhlo to organize tho convention and bo nominated on tho first ballot Wo have road the news from all parts of tho state and this is tho conclusion Wore all precincts liko this of Hazel Green whoro thoro is only ono avowed adherent for Mr Stono and where Mr Goobol has nono it is plain to bo soon that Mr Hardin would be accorded tho nomination by acclamation But fow sections of tho stato however aro so substantially Democratic as is Hazel Groon though tho martyred horo of 1805 now has a following all ovor tho state that makes his future indeed bright That trickery will bo resorted to in tho coming con vontion to thwart tho will of tho pooplo is as plain as tho handwrit ing on tho wall and Mr Hardins friends must bo prepared to com bat all kinds of chicanery Tho pooplo aro against bossism and the pooplo are Mr Hardins most ar dont admirers Wherever ho hits opposition it will bo found that His from the politicians who hope to defeat him because they despair of debauching him If thoro bo in Kentucky today a mint who is ab solutely incorruptible that man is Gon P Wat Hardin the peoples candidate for tho Democratic nom ination for governor and tho poo plo will BOO to it that ho gets tho place HON JOHN B CiiENAurr accom panied by his cousin Courtland Olionault of Montgomery county rniahoro Sunday on route homo H lu boon in Floyd Johnson and Magolllu counties for a week past mid IB well pleased with his pros pects Mr Chonault has made a thorough canvass of tho stale and thinks ho will bo able to capture tho nomination for state auditor without a wrangle Mr Chonault isono of tho host equipped mon for tho position to which ho aspires that can bo found in tho state and Iboing nearer to us geographically considered than any othor of tho tAspirants to auditor ho should and v WO boliovo will recoivo tho dole I gato vote of every county in the fc Tenth Congressional district In deed it is plausibly probable that ho will got tho vote of every county 11010hefI TO CUfUi A COED IN Oril alt TabletsAcure 25or Tteie8UlhehasLBQoo 1 L htbltt 1 t r Written for Trrs HKBALP THE MKKUY Dr1YJ Ob the merry May has pleasant hours And dreamily they glide As If they floated like tho leaves Upon a silver tide Tho trees ore full of crimson buds And tho woods aro full of birds Anti the waters flow to music Like a tune with pleasant words The vciduro of the meadowland Is creeping to the hills The sweet blue bosomd violets Are blowing by the rills j The lilac has n load of balm For every wind that stirs And the larch stands green and beautiful Amid tho sombre firs There perfume upon every wind Music in every tree Dews for the moisture loving flowers Sweets for the sucking bee The sick como forth for the healing south The young aro gathering flowers And life is a talo of poetry That is told by golden hours If tis not a true philosophy That the spirit whet set free Still lingers about its olden home In the lowers and the tree It is very strange that our pulses thrill At the sight of a voiceless thing And our hearts yearn so with tenderness In the beautiful time of spring Lix7ii L Lass TiiRiin boing now no doubt that Wolfo county is for Gon P AViit Hnrilin for governor CB Hill for secretary of state John li Chomiult for auditor and Wilbur F linger n native of Magoflin but now at Ashland for treasurer it follows tint tho delegates from this county should go to tho state convention instructed to cast tho vote of this county for them and to use ovory honorable moans to secure their respective nomination To theso might bo added that of lion Tobias Gibson for commissioner of agriculture and so on throughout tho lit of candidates as they dovolop as choico of the county convention By going instructed they can do more good aye much more than to go uninstructod Lot us thus show those gentlemen that wo are not halfhearted in our friendship and by our magnanimity demon strate that tho Democracy of old Wolfe is true to its tenets NKISON C WADDIIJJ who some four years ago was a valued adjunct of thus ollico is now editor of the Center News published at Center Indian Territory and is making it an uptodate Democratic weekly Mr Waddill is a proficient printer and tho mechanical gotup of tho News shows that his hand has lost none of its cunning in tho art pre servative THE HERALD hopes him a long and prosperous career in his now field along with others of iris friends in this section and this week places thoNows on exchange list Tilt Owonton News thinks Mr Goobol will provo a poor third It sayst If tho News had tho faint est idea that Mr Goobol would bo in tho race VQ might pay our re spects to some of Uroy Woodsons vaporings But tho poor would bo political dictators are doomed to an ingjorious defeat for tho pooplo are awako and will allow no bossism this Limo Goobol will bo- n bad third and though they may count and prophesy about all tho slick ones boing for him it will 1 cut no icoIt nonrlydOIdcough Mynoighbors recommend ed Chamberlains Cough Remedy I did not think that any mcdicino inghimnoticed onobottlotho boat ovorhailMoouESouth salebyIl hisfarm123neighborhood to Thomas Leo for 1100 Thp improvements consist of a small dwelling good barn and goodorohardl ered a good ono I ttt S i S R Collier may be found at Hazol Green from May 28 to Juno 4 prepared to do all kinds of lou tal work such as extracting tooth and making tooth Gold fillings a guarantcodIhis slay is short and jf you need his services you hind hotter cull af once His work is his recommendation His charges are reascna blo After 14 year of honest toil it loops as though I suoilIJust walk up and lay nI dollar down and Ill bo- n happy man in town 1 Y2 HClQ OrderUU a DQII UiJOII 4 DY OUYINQ DinrOT FHOM Qy E ROSEHBUnC rlJ k CO I 202204 E 102d St NEW YORK CITYI Tho Largest Clothing Manufacturers AmyOIlcaJ outs GREAT BARGAIN OFFERI 6 16SUITSa with we Pay Izprclliaic Thee Salt are ramie op of All Wool Ca lmerev Irlmnml with ftbit I Sntuo the bul of woikmnn hip cut Ilvubl Ilrcamcd Slcn j to 9 lean with Silk Embroidered Sailor Collar 10 to ij years with out Siillur Collar All Pant hive InUp walt DadWr send piece of the cloth find ciao buttons with each suit Kladljr mention IHarge or mall for ait When orderlnt tend peat ODic CiprcM M nejr Order or Heflitered Letter oba are at Intt birthday agehoneyMtUfactary ade stamps for meesurtnrbeaks r Y fL O O h r FRED Ja HEIHTZ MJIlltIotllhu1 JwfrIu- DUrlt r is- Wafes decks Jtolry Diamonds 3ILTORWAB3 OPTICAL GOODS Solid Gold and Silver Medals and Class Pint SSTUnoxoallod Repairing Facilities lad i Male Slrlt xn netf L XiNGTON KY Price List for Watch sail Clod Retiring Cluiiuihg Wntoh American make lf0 II Old Kngliih Lever 200 Mnln Spring lCO Cleaning Clock Ainrr S tiny lJC I It French make 350 h I Nickle alarm style 50 Main sping in cloel Amur make 100 It II French make 250 Mending solderirgOold Spectacles 2C35c II I SteelI 25c ZTllepalrinc Jewelry according to nature of repairs New pins fitted1 into bronchos pins 15c Rf H BRYAN SALKS3IAX Toil Pearson C8ark9 WHOLESALE + GROCERS LEXINGTON KY SILAS B KASH M D PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON HAZEL GREEN KYII Office at residence and calls answered at inn hours Obstetrics a specialty Groot CLOTHING j uI8i y i Ate loisLEXINGTON KY trDu 9 j i 6 Beautiful Cassimere Suits at 50 Beautiful Blue Suits G A R style at 6fcp t Genuine Imported Blue Serge Suits at 10r 04 j Best S5c Underwear in the Worjld I 1ti Our Merchant Tailoring Departm 1e- 11th is the most extensIve in Kentucky ud in fit workmanship c we defy the world34 Our stock of Boys and Childrens Clothi n I is complete representing the products of aMl tie leading manufacturers of the United StagfWIt nJSalef Our reputation for the past thirty years is a sufficient guarantee LOUTS 2 GUS STRAUS1 j 1 fi Clothier r t J Ii I have fcel1laU111r n t SIJ oea oW 1 11q Also for the convenience and accom modatiou of guests of the Day House at TorrcntfII stables where I will keep buggies saddle horses and hacks for hire at all times Persons wishing a vehicle to meet them at McCauscy can telephone me and have any desired vehicle or saddle horse promptly jj- I ii will also have a lull supply of hacks for hire to d comers which will bo In unnrge of cnrenulIriers and for which they cnllicontrnct y the day for any length 011time p 1rsonsI shipping1 Day and Swango water fresh and free on ice and tap tot guests at L Park Hotel 33TAYLOR DAY1v = n Un 5 e j LYO JRriLe lcaniIlD TlIjflee t of BIsteIn Ke1uOky Offices Boattjvillo Jackson Haiel Greonrr nlJVI I ion PATKONIXK MOUE AGENCYI MOl1SrPILLS ottherngorLnaManhood lmpoten Nightly Kmlillon Youthful ErrorS eoaumptlongunnttOxeltor8uor r iii r1 TI hn 1 iii 0 j II 2 i T 4g4 t t A i1 t pods Pillst Are prepared from Na 4 tures mild l ativesiand while gentle and efficient They Rouse tUae Uwel Cure Sick Headache Bi- lpIousness Sour Stomach r and Constipation Sold- II everywhere 25C per boxF- ropercdbyCInoodCoLoweUMas3 ff M lFW IT 11 1R Jlt iIJlu4Red River Valley Railway Cos TIME CARP Train leaves McCauley nt C oclock n in connecting with irniu ut llothwell for lit Sterling lUturnlnur leaves llothwell nt4 p n JAMES MllU rise Agt- Itothwell Ky nA-fr FARM JOURNAL Great From now to Doc 1903 Off YaNearly 5 Years Dy special nrrangOl1len made with the publisho of the FAlt3l JOUUNAL wo nro enabled to offer that paper to every subscriber who pays for THE HKUALD ono year ahead for only j1UO both papers for the pried of ours only our 1pa per one year and tthe FAKM Toun NAL from now until December 1903 nearly 5 years The Faust JOUUNAL is an old established papa enjoying great popularity one of the best null most useful farm papers published This oflfnr should ho accepted without delay n tl HxJn Jos P Rose attended court at West Liberty this week Dr Silas Kash reports Herbert Nickolls wife as improving Dr Nickoll reports the birth of a boy to Carrio Coldiron May 14 About 80 applicants worn at Campton last Friday and Saturday at the county examination Dr Taulbee reports the birth of a boy to the wife of Alono Jones near Daysboro on the 18th inst Judge Gr Wheeler who has boon in Ljeo county on business for the past week returned homo Saturday Tom Cox and wife of Greasy creek were visiting relatives and friends loco from Friday until Monday Rev John W Burcham requests us to announce that ha will preach at the Frank Johnson school house Sunday next Mrs West McClure and a daugh tor of Will Perryof Pleasant Run paid Mrs S BKash a business call Saturday last Misses Polly Noblo and Minnie Lykins of Caney bought six hats from Mrs S B Kash for them selves and friends bout 35 from this silo of Wolfe flmty attended the commencement at Campton last week and all report an enjoyable time Born to the wife of John Will Cox of Toliver on the 9th inst a boy Dr Taulbco reported this last week but it was misplaced HOODS Sarsaparilla is the One Purifier Great Neryo Tonic Stomach Regulator To thou sands its great merit Is KNOWW Miss Minnie L Day and brother Robert and a number of others of this place will attend the com mencement at Jackson this week TAYLOUS PHOTOGRAPH GALLKKY is now in Hazel Green and will re main about three weeks Now is tho time to have your photos taken Smith Bailey of Magofiin sent up in 1802 for 21 years for man pardonedbyMarried at the residence of Jeff SaturdayJohnChenault Rev Jeff Edwards offi ciating Porter Lacy received a letter from Wilburn Lyons of Fayette ville Ark one day last week in which he stated that his father J Phillipsformorlyof ly married Some 20 or 25 years ago a gen tleman of this place was elected constable and although ho had no opposition his nervousness as to the result was quite noticablo all during tho day Aftor tho polls closed and ho was declared elected ho hied himself to the river bank in tho meantime having armed himself with an old pepperbox pistol ono of the earliest patterns of tho revolver and shortly after was heard to go through this colloquy with some ono unseen Point ing his pistol at a syqamoro tree ho exclaimed in dignified and dra matic stylo HaltI I am constable of this district and command you to halt I You wont oh Well hero goes bang I I hate to do it but it is in tho discharge of my official duty Now I told you to stop but you wouldnt banglI Just then tho old popporhox became unmnnng able And bnn bang I bang I bung I wtgut tho remaing four loads The firing soon attracted a crowd and the tree was thus saved But notwithstanding the episode of the sycamore and tho scars it still shows the gentleman is said to have made a good officer and the incident was only recalled the oth er day whet our man about town wits nosing around for news The Alumni Association will give the following entertain mont on time lust night of commencement week at Hazel Green academ Iaouati1 Invocation 2 Music 31 Address 1 by President E 0 Taulbee 1 Alumni nIlltetruln Knsh 5 Keprefutitntive of class OA J S Adams G Representativet or class 90 Carl Mire 7 Music 8 AlumniI Prophet ohiss 97 IYOLou K Maxcy 10 Historical Sketch Minnie L Day 11 Music 11 MOONLIGHT FETE All are cordially invited to be present Mr Cooper I noticed in tho col umns of the dear old HERALD of last week whore I had begun a 5 months school at this place I wish to inform tho ninny readers that it is a falso report I am hero to teach only a week for this ronson Last fall my fuel gave out Hay ing notified the trustees and re coning none I dismissed and by request I came Pack to teach anotl or week MALLIK JAMES FJIEXCII May 18 1S9S Tho editor of tho Farm Journal oaks Why have a mortgage on tho farm poor crops rheumatism sour bread grip leak in the roof hole in tho pocket skeleton in the closet or any other pain or trouble when you can get the Farm Journal for the balance of 1899 and all nearlyhcvance for TUB HAZEl GnKExllEit ALU This you can do if you are not too Into Cull ut this office and get a sample copy As an evidence of the efficacy of advertising wo note that John M Rose of this place ore day last week sold a handsome bill of goods to Boll Kash who lives near Excl Mr Rose says ho is so far mighty wpll pleased with tho results that his trade has been beyond his most sangnino hopes Mr Rose carries a first class stock and shows his appreciation of tho trade by invit lug tho peoples patronage A The Earjle Kino of All Birds is noted for its keen jight clear and distinct vision So are those nglolsore eyes of any kind or granulated lids Sold by all dealers at 25 If you want anything in the photographic line I will bo pleased to receive your orders I also carry a nice lino of frames and soil them at tho lowest prices possible Como and see my work Very truly c M B TAYLOR Ha2ol Green Ky G B Malonoy and wife of Leo City paid our office a pleasant call lust Thursday Mr Malonoy is tho silversmith at that place and he tolls us that his advertisement in TILE HEn trn has brought him quite a good trade Blood and Nerves are very closely related Keep the blood rich pure and healthy with Hoods Sarsaparilla anti you will have no nervousness Hoods Pills are best afterdinner pill8aid digestion prevent constipation Wntten for TnRIigxiinlT- iIhd1 S OF TU14 VAfcT Iyft written on lovely women And seen them In my dream Ive painted tho fairest lily That decks the mountain stream Ive mused upon the bnttle Geld And seen the heroes brave And dwelt on odes upon the dead Within tho silent grave Ive sang of natures grandest scenes Anti lovely works of art Or oceans seas and foreign lands Where beauty could impart Ive mused upon the willows cot And viewed misfortune there Ive graced the richest palace door Aud seen its golden glare For temperance I have tuned my lyre And plead for true reform i- On politics I dont write much Fur that I wasnt born Sometimes I range above the clouds T Xfjiiniip Yunici Mnrs And the prettiest theme of all my song ID of the beautiful start Now one thing more before I close Ive missed one beautiful art In jotting down ate mouy thinf 1 lorgot my true sweetheart SAM WlISON Hud Green Ky I have luun u sufferer front chronic diarrhoea ever sinco tho war and have used all kinds of medicines for it At last I found one remedy that hits been a success as n cure aid that is Chamber lains Colic Cholera and Diorrhrea Remedy P E GKISHAM guars Mills La For sale hyr T Day Willie L Day who is clerking spoutSaturdayhomo of his parents Mr and Mrs F N Day und with other friends hero n THE BEST OF THEM ALL 1 1 IPPINCi S riTxrx aGAZI v do numburand entertaining rending matter So contlnnett foren trhict are ao otiJtettoHalto to nod readera It should be in every household SubIcrlptton 8300 per year whomthoJ B LIPPEICOTT COMPANY Publishers PHILAOCLPMIA JOHHADfiHT2D35 This celebrated uglish hackney stallion imported to the United States on Juno 3 ISM will make the HCBROU of 1SUJ lit the GreclliKbeauty considered of SO TO INSURE A LIVING COLT Or 85 To Insure A Maro In Foal money due when the fact is ascertained ithtr cast A lelu on the colt will bo re tillh lid fur the season moneyr and in ovonl the mare is traded bll or bred to another horse the money will then he due Every care will taken to prevent accidents hut I Will not be resjioiuiblc should they occur r DESCRIPTION AND PEDIGREE CONUUC lIT 2ND 3512 is ft beautiful hay full 10 handx iiitlif black nmne and tail good style nod action and a fine road slreJbybyUcllnllooKcllanco M7 by tontlUencu 168 dam by Hi ileiiian 67- 0orli111s complete pedigree covers many crosae of the thoroughbred and quoteDrecdersI nnd examine hii pedigree at my stables llespcctfully J 11 IlEUATT J ULnEEMD Physician and Surgeon HAZEL GREEN KY XfiySurgerv and obstetrics specialty J TAYLOR DAY Wholesale nnd Befall dealer in General Merolianilise Lumbar Real Estate c Also President Hnzel Green Fair and Driving Park Association and the Farmers Exchange to d dd j BIGGLEBOGKS lGIVES L Farm library tf lneQullcdTalicPmti a1 Uptodate concise and ComprehhsIYcIlaflt solely Printed and eutIfully Illaratcd v 1 By JACOB BIQGLE No lBldQLE HORSE BOOK Alt about ltoraa Commo senaer estlsewitbeer7- 4illustrdionsastasdar4work Trice 50 Ccats S No 2BIQQLB BERRY BOOK All about grotrinjr Small Fruit md and leara hovr j contains 43 colored lifelike reproduction of oil leadlRg varieties and 100 other lUuitratlojit Price so Cuts No 3BKWLE POULTRY BOOK All about Poultry the best 1oultry nook la exUtenre tclU everything lth2 colored lifelike reproduction of all the principal breeds wVhi wj OthcrJUultratloq s Price 50 CenU No 4BIQQLB COW BOOK All about Cows and the Dairy BuiineM s having a treat1 1salet contain 8 colored HfeHke reproduction of eacb breed with ija other illustrations Price 50 Cents No 6BKK1LB SWINE BOOK Just out Alt about IIoR Breedlnar PeedlnK Dutch err Disease etc Contains over So beautiful halftones and other engravings Price 30 Cents Tbc bouneversawore having an enormouaaleEast11est North and t South every one who t a liaise Cow tog or Chicken or grows Small Fnllttouahl tQ tend tight aWAY for the OIQatD BOOKS The FARM JOURNAL Is your paper made for you and not a tnUfit It iIs at 1- 0 old it is the great boileddowuhlt thenailon 0ie quit aaer you hnveeald it Farm and household the worldthe blgxtu paper ofits sire In the United uraII ofAmerica having over a million awl ahalrregular Any ONE of the BIGGLE BOOKS and the FARM lJ YBARS remainder of 1899 locoj 1901 igoa and 1903 will be eot4by mall to any addre u fur A nULLA 1314LndcrculardertribtngBIOOLU000t5Ike ISauipleof PAKM JOURNAL XVILMBR ATKINSON Addre FARM JOVfeNAIfUILADXLVHUk CIIAS F JENKINS 1 I aJON iL 1 Sw ieJale i ie al Q Q i tha Live Stock Staves Ties c HAZEL GREEN KY INVITES the attention nf tho citlzeim of linedI Green nail vicinity to n largo tockIf DUY GOODS DltEES GOODS NOTIONS attn just SWlugoceArlOf REENE BMBRY 0- MelidilalitsLiv SStofiik Cmmni ion r CIKCINKAT UNION STOCK YARDS Long Distance Tolophono 7356 LP ALL SALES GDARAHTBED r nv Th Old WDngon HAZEL GREEN KY ID rile RUSSELL Manager j The above old established and reliable mill huts been thoronghly overhauled aud put in first class shrpo and is now ready for btiwiuoBB SAWING 30 DENTS PER 100 FEET YpILiWAant isfaction guaranteed in all vases E M RUSSELL Manager SiniH AND VIGOR 30Days TrialThe mtrrototu power pzortedbr rnr Electric Holt and Appiuinccx Indacon ino to ofFer U to iiifterlnif men on M Darr Trlul M certain am I toot it willcuro land that you will dlads pay lortheusoottt To men who have stomachs with drug I wane them to ororclo tbelr udgemont and consld that llnctrteltrItheI gronhetpo war on earth Ito UD seen currant puts lira anil force Into wliatorar It touches Tim conitant ttnidr life extended by my KevUloctrt Appliances KivenlnrUntrpllofandnoTer 1roubl0llPAllLotVltallUWIOA zL FOR 00 DAYSand you will tlion rcaUEI why I have such confidence inttM toennr 1 It to you ON TUTAL wrttotoday IIlllrodWUmoolal Leinventor Mcb Do You Want to Make Money 81OOO to 93500 pnr Woek Ouarartcd We want intelligent Inutling representa tives to handle the most beautiful nnd pop ular line of fast selling books nail Illblcr ever itJraed by pay house Up tordatequick railermandfulr j Credits Given and freights IlaldWp wan- you with us Dont male your platin till you bear from us Wrlta naby return mail THE HUDQINS PUB COw je8 Kiier Building Mlanta Us- OLD l PAIEns Mean HI1 Hiei fens ale t this else rat AY teats He a t TO 1 UItt TKE HARTFIELDI HcatlQitnrtCM Mt Sterling Kjr aernE9B- NTsCUCCENHEIMER Col ftTmporWsS tones and Fancy Goods We manufacture ie toOverallsseeAhim i U C ROBINSON 5 fir OF BEATTYVILLEX io- WITU 1 B fitE J PJi1JtTOR Kentucky Cider Vinegar WorKs a LOUISVILLE ltVt Your patronage is respectfttll9eel l 5 YOUR MAIL ORDErFor anythinjt and everylhinttIh thVUnt 8 of DUU08 SUNDRIES TOItETARTIff cr- OLE PERFUMES SOAPS TODAcCOIIr neeI8ItJJifJNbeyou cant find what you want in you iwht stores JAB K COOPER DrHMWitJ J 7 6118 LEXINGTONr t 6 116 aIro p u I f1 att ney a IJ Ui OOL LFCTIOKS A SPEcLtr f l I J1X8 POiriPTLYA 4Gl V UJ ISO JA W tP r- u v- to t J + WIc f r Jo r 1Jiri 4i tifrtJ F M- p1 r t1 I a i r K r I t z t + h- ii ati 1y s y 4 r- cr a vJ t t R n 1 1 11 1 J t t at lf rx tit i j I f t t i r a r v firI a t Ii I tI t tt tY t Spa wa1a t Jt d r Ifomen SbiBttitl Know It I a jkftity women Miflbr untod ngdny and itiiry because the Tintufc of tlielr disease k noi correctly understood They have bee IrtJ to believe that Womb trouble or i female wcnlfiie of Soma fort IM WIDWI h1hi fur the niftny ills that Ipsct womankind JNcurfflgen nerrousneas headache puffy or IlukIlrclti wider tho vye rlieiUi stihn H dragging pain or dull nclir in tlie ImcU vctiiims8 or leaning dwn tf- reatreiAn prtUII ort wwiity supplyof urlrio witlf suoinj odnr rrqullit drsirf to IfliSltwILh nofiin ttt bnrnhjr stnsft tiunt Hliiiient in iit after standing In n bottle i r cniiuium lnoei fr3Y hours nr aljrM of fciilrioy II lilT Wtidrlrr tnalblr- The ttbovo symptoms rtro often attrib uted by the pftUont luuaICor by liar physician to fernulo wonkneiw or womb trouble llMice so many fnil to ohl lu rcliof trcu e tlity err trHlioK not thfi dfnoflsi ii Off but a rDrdtiun of the prf mnry cnuoe which iU kidney tnniblo In fcflt wtunpii us well UK m Iii srr umde mirsbie with kldnoy and lAdder 1 trmilile unit hob tired the sumo rMnudy 1 Dr tvilnifr Swamp Rout iU the grent OJicoyprir of the eminent kidney IItIIMadder KpcciiitUt sill iii cav to got auv drug plan for 50 Ionts or 1 1 To prove UM wonderful incrii you mny 1iiiv n umnolr Nittlft mid bank telliin HI1 about Jt bothrent absolutely fro byI fGIUCItl f to nr Iilllwr JnlnhmJlonN01 n YT iilERCIAL CONVENTIONs Tbo Scirn1 Amaal Meeting to Do liald- lu Ly JnvlIo Z 2oi day tad Tniainy- tiay 4U jnd 30Ui 1989 To THK ClTUItNd or KlCSTUCK- Yiho ttnclorrixtwdi appointed ns rill XtKltijeoummittl1 nt the first simercral couvontion of the stale tlf Kentucky hold in May JSflS vreatithoruod to call the wcond tiinul convention at such litho nUll place in tho month of ilnII I UU IIi they judged best Tho Cltnmiltee held a meeting rnrch IS nnd ununimouslyl agreed upon holding thi convention in the city I vt Louisville Mondnv and Tuos lny Mny 29thnnl 80th I limo purposes for which this con I vention is called should enlist tho interest of ovary Kontuckian It id solely for tho promotion of thoI material welfare of our common vonlth It is strictly nonpolitical 1 Alt of our citizens are now invited to como together to take counsel na to how brst promote Kentuckys material intorests in all of itstj branches = whether agricultural financial manufacturing mercan tile mining or timber Other states I are taking similar notionthe i fltnio of Tennessee has recently held her second state industrial convention Georgia has hold her first adonO iis now called in tho I groat state of Now York By uni i tad olTort and friendly counsel FiKA will eertniny Vxult- Tho program for tile convention has heed partially prepared The t MbjectH chosen for discussion are of practical anal general import nnco Distinguished speakers from cUtfcront sections of time state have been invited to nnd will introduce those subjects null every one pros out will bo invited to tako part in tho discussion to follow The full program will bo announced later us soon as tho invited speakers have till been hoard from It is proposed as last year to publish a journal of thIs conven Hon Tho publication of the pro ceedings of tho lest has boon distributed J widely and has boon of service to Kentucky The local oommittso It enter tainment nro arranging plans to nmko tho visit of delegates pleas ant in every way Tho transpor tation committee will arrange with t io railroad anti steamboat compa nies for reduced rates of faro Tho mayor of every town and city in tlua Btato and the county judgo of ovary county will bo for mally requested to attend and to name list of delegates to represent with themselves their respective towns nnd counties Each industrial association in the state viz Agricultural finan cial manufacturing mercantile lc is entitled to one vote and their hearty cooperation is ro quostod Every newspaper will bo invited to Bond n representative who will Iw onlitlqd to nil the privileges of the floor and in addition all other good citizens arc most cordially invited to bo present at the sessions ref the convention Let us make a united effort to bop Kentucky abreast of the most entarprising and favored of the states of the uniouI Lot us como together to discuss too boat UBO to take of the advantages which wo 4Mioitsess and give outwtho I orma- yi fy i lion us to tbcwo advantages to tho whole country go that the Jknowll edge may redouricll to hor prosperIty nnlllinI The executive of ovory newspaper in tho entire I stall tho publication of tho foro going luldrHtli1 Wo nil rocognizo the powerful influence of the press or public KCifx find its coopera tion ii eirn Hty invoked1 to make this stat + convention in every Way success Rwpectfully JOHN V YERKBS UJfnirmnn Many old eoltlieya now feel the effects of the hard tnrrico hey en dwr xl during the war Lr Gno- s Anderwn of ItoMvtftoI York county Ptiin who save the hardest kind of service at Iho Front is nov frequently tronbIM with ncr+ u iimtbm I lada noycre attack halt + ly he 81MImel procured n bottloof Chamberlains ruin Balm 11thsutiuch good that I would like to ItnoWw hat yon would din r n me far ogle d zon bottles Mr Anderson wanted it both for his use und to supply it to his everyfamily in ttheir home not only for rheu matism hut lame back sprains Ot1tS bruiaos and burns for which it is unequalled For sale by J1 J iiIay0 OUR BU3HTON BUDGET A Wolfs Covuty Boy YiBHfg Uto Erooai Gem Oenior Telia of Iho Pcoplo awl SoatIN Uf5 Dsacorittd Doi 3erl Corn planting is the order of the tiny TJHill will tend 77 acres of land thiayenr Tom Day said hA struck it easy whon ho hit John MOJO n a riding plow Curtis Pieratt of Char1cstrninsh- elm sick fur n feY days hut is now much hotter t Hurrah for tho HAXKI GKKKN IlKitAU Joseph P Rose and P Vat Ilardin Curtis Pioratt of Bushton says Uncle Sam wants him to work for about threo yours Marion Tolivor was heard to say few days ngoCI Boys those are tho biggojt bottoms 1 oversaw There will bo a great deal of broom corn planted this year It is now worth 110 per ton hero and still going up Well this ba fine country Ev erything looks well hero now looks like people might live Hut thou if I had THK HKHAII to road it would satisfy my mind morn 1 will be buck in Kentucky in time to make my cropK under tho root tars feet Tlioro is n man on I ncy cask Most ovoryUotly knows III IK n perfect gcntloihnn Ills immo IIB I I Itooe Ito won the nniuliintlou Not very long ngo Ito is going to be elected This wo know is to No Had can over bent him Itest assured of that He is the very mnn wo want A Free Silver Democrat And when November mils round All Democrats will go And when the vote is counted Twill show for Honest Joe There is another on the track Anti wo know be is nil right Look out friends Ill tell you He is sure to wit the fight When the election docs como oft Then something is expected When once the vote Is counted Hordn will be elected IJANFOKD MANNIN Buihton Ills In tbo Spring When all nature smiles and all humanity is happy i Whon your clothos are now and you are looking your prettiest Then is tho time to have your picture taken If you know anything about pho tographs you know that TAYIOHS AUK TUB IJEBT Mrs Della Edmunds was award od5000 damages against tho L iC N railroad at Bowling Green last week for tho loath of hor hus band who was a froihtconductor tuna Irritation 13 tho forerunner to consumption pr Bolls Pino Tar Honey willI euro itl and giyo such strength to the lungs that a cough or a cold will gooddrtiggietei II I ii rI 1 I Weal Eyes Are Made Strong dim vision made clear styes re novod and granulated lids or sore oficcI rutXilltee by all good druggists Mary and Jennie uibson aged 10 twin daughters of Goo Gihon of Sorgont Lotchor county ware shut by oxSheriff Shade Comjis that county on Wednesday niiht of lat weak Mary was slightly wounded but Jennie died within two hours While despondent James Payne aged 25 and ft prominent young man of Cwlialo attempted to com mit Htiicide last week Mike Prituhard a private in the Third whitun route home fell from the train tear Birmingham Ala and was killed 2iiSicV2 r iILIjII t 20 YEARS It OHIO 250QQO Csred i- wEcuREsTcl tu i tCJr1 0II i ltnuantof OUft ned nallnccl tnennrutroubbudwiththidiwmscwtnyttinnrly gvy f i 1 13 tramGrprrIl1r1tlIMeh to en cne1nr wenlc- Jr ia rmllrne nod r11l t nt nereou t drriilheyI InlJ 10 nowtlitdI nurtfUI 4 NIu by fIUItI 11Irvtrlilnir yon floiI ville1reyourdillrr HtATa4 hartrcmI I I rietnropettnnncnt17 I r c 11rrtnta Nil IilIn rnttcr- itu tr drrcuirn fvut buiuc + yon- rtuJat LoeautlorgiueNrutn ogh llII Tl o iicrvw ore iriivi rated the WLjcf umnluoil iclun1 IIDIII 1 ui i6Ibt RE J r4f ar rJW lit fliaviiitfI t1 4 1tolilycualillu11y tatr Ly lhi di y1- t 11- Io I They Art frMuctttly unc mIn r- h iI 1 of IhocauionfI tiioco FTinplo 118 Ucayli Vo4Vkiicw Unnatural lidnl1f FfliI 2h has Maiihnol NorvotifticF Icor f cry Irritability nt licie binnrtinp IqIJAIcation Sunken Eye with dark Went nark Gcnenl Doprecfi at lick f of Ambition Vntlcorelo MinmUen I HIII V thoso fpcclnl dltcafco diint olJllw CII Consult 1 NccialiatatrltohavomoleL life rtinlr rf Iil cnFcfof ilonniul Womnn OurNKW MKTIIOI THliATMlINT will fOFi lively euro you Una thonsniul dollar for n ev3 vro accojit for treatment and jfj cunuotctirc Tormjmo fora cure CURES GUARANTEED rr Wo trcnt nnd euros KMISSIOXS VAUICOIKTK RYIMITLIS JhKFT Itr STUirnrilK IMlOTlJNlY SKCIIRTf- TJ IHUIt I NATniALnisriiAmi f2 INI1lV andI 11LA IInlm ULMIFF niNSlITATION Flag HOOKSor j forfii TUlJATMliXT t r MEDYSK 1GAN 1122jt IV FOURTH STREET CJMCIMNATf O l 1 it S n tso G 1809 T8EESPURTSVNES I Fruit and Ornamental Trops Shrubs Small Fruits Everything for Orohard Lawn and Garden CWWo employ no ngonts but soil nt reasonable prices Strawberry nnd Tree Cata logues on application to H R HILLENMEYER LEXINGTON KY Phonle 278 O B MALONEY J n ADAMS MALONEY It ADAMS SILVERSMITHS and JEWELERS LEE CITY WOLFE COUNTY KY Repair Clocks Jewelry of nil lowest prices Watches anti kinds at the and guarantee satisfaction in nil cases Special attention to orders br m- allHair Store Wo have in stock n full hue of Hair Switches from 100 to 1000 each Wigs Curls and Putts Pompadour and Empire Combs nil styles of Hair Pins Corsets StampedLinenscents per skein COLOUINE for changing the hair to any shade SOrdiru by iiinU will receive prompt attention MRS M A KETCIIUM Upptr and Church Sts Lexngton Ky 1h IJI OrttJ tfr I lP ftai 1 Ii UJ IK j Ni 1iJI ttI i I Uilif J J IwLwrrS tf e ENVELOPES r fj nOTEHEADS t CJIe LETTERHEADS SALEBIJJI48tJ PBOGRABIS aJ ar CIRCULARS CATALOGS 4 I i MINUTES t C JCS S3We have Three Fest Presses a Power Paper Gutter and 40 Years Experience enables us to Court Conn q parison ana Defy Competition When 1 you want PRINTING cciue and see jgr I Bespectfuliy BoJ us c 1 SPENCER COOPERcf 0 CJfiiitpnJE9oJ J r rpC i 1 eJ t A GENERAL WRSfHTHL- KXINGTON KY For circular of hIs famous and rcaponsllla COMMERCIAL COLLEGE OF KY UNIVERSITY Aunrdcd Medal at World Ezposltlon pnItinnCoat lion Hooks and Hoard in family about tOO SpecialtiesBSThnawarded Rrnitnnte Literary tourfefrop If drelre- ilNovnrntlon Kn tor now Graduates Kiiccecffnl In order to pare your Irtlm reach lit address only GENERAL WILBUR R SMITH LozlngtonEyJ- fotf Krntufliy Unfrenitv rrfnureti IJOIOW and had nearly ItxjO tfuJtnti in attendance last year un Anrnro pornllnr n tt trll R118CMlrn ma J quickly H fr i or nn iwrniHi IM II y t aftitiMi imminlrn 11 onBMricilyMiuiihrutIi1 Handbook on Patents sent frill tillllt 11n y for sccuring Patent Ilitinta talon tiin ucli Munn t Co rucelvi- eelal anti r tvlth ut clmrsc tti tho Scientific Tterlcdu A Imnrtsomclr Illujtrntod weakly Ijirccst cir culation of nny rclcntltlo Journal Terms 3 a your four months tl1 Sol1 by nil nowsdoal- eirfyiUNNCo301003r New York Urooch Offlco C23 K St Washington 0 C- ROBEDAVTS THE BlaOkSIltitnSs s AND WaUDIlIItakeIS Have no time to write an ad this week but desire to announce that they are still at the old stand and ready and willing at all times to do any work in their line for cash or prompt paying customers Those indebt ed to the firm will please be considerate enough to call and settle at once as we need money to run our business and must have what is due us ts payour own debts GREENBACKS or Government Money At close of our Civil War in 1865 there appeared in the London Times the following policy American Republic during the late Civil War in that country should be come indurated down to a fixture then that government will furnish its money without cost It will have all the money that is necessary to carry on its trade and commerce It will precedentinthe wdrld The brain and wealth of all countries will go to North America THAT GOVERNMENT MUST BE DESTROYED OR IT WILL DESTROY VERY MONARCHY ON I THIS GLOBE The famous Hnzzard circular to capitalists in New York and the Buell Hank circular to United States Bank ers both emanating from London and the fabulous corruption fund raised in England and Germany estimated at 1500000 were the agents that se cured the closing of our mints against silverThe H walk into my parlor policy of England during and since the Spanish War is the latest evidence of English Diplomacy in shaping the destiny of the United States Govern ment Notwithstanding the famine price of wheat the Spanish War and fabu lous expenditures of money by our goldhasand all other values decreased in the proportionFor understanding of the money question or silver issue the Cincinnati Enquirer has uniformly given evidence of its ability to teach explain and produce all facts and truth It is a paper that ought and can be read by all classes with pleas ure and profit I I PostII No iI tills iI I II i I I Ion this wall I LI 1 1J MRS S B KASH rLJ III Fashionable Milliner THAZEL GREEN KY I II I I I I I III I I I I I I DAVID S ROSE Headquarters Ezel Ky IIKPRESEJOS SLIWGLUFF JOHNS 3 CO WHOLESALE BOOTS + AND + SHOES Hopkins Place BALTIMORK Mn Respectfully solicits a share of the trade ot mountain merchants HERALD BESTs d thechapest cof I err 0 1 Rti I If L j 4 I T IJI 1 t i rW 4- IF r s j 11t 1l IF II- i c r I i j I 5t5II t I 5I 3 I t 3it I I itI ita itr I