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Umbrellas 027 and 620 W Main St- LOUISVILLE KY Je 11 Suh11owor1ft Coe MANIIFACTUnEIlS AND JOIUIKIIS OF MENS JOYS CLOTHINGCHILDRENS I 1 1 1 f 607 West Main Streot LOUISVILLE KY irrlBJeans Kersey Cnsslinere S Corduroy Punts and Suits DUCK COATS Are acknowledged to be Superior to nny produced Sizes guaranteed as marked BSOLD BY J TAYLOR DAY HAZEL GREEN KY J M ROBINSON NORTON A CO LOUISVILLE KY HUe H ES I OLD RELIABLE TONICClirseusRhilIS 50c Ie 100 Bottles Druggists Have It IMPROVEDTASTE PLEASANT UlcorporatedROuIfSOfret BODE HARDWARE COMPANY VIIOLESALEfiRlTh gd QtTrt Rg CINCINNATI O Reference J Taylor Day Hazel Green S gs GL 3KSsi1657 Race St I VUVJUvTciNCINNATI The leading house for FANCY DRY GOODS FURNISHING GOODS and NOTIONS Always havo BIG Drives CgrSpeclal attention to Mail Orders S t= Manufacturers and Jobbers of BOOTS SHOES RUBBER- SNo W PEARL STREET CINCINNATI idtt t r tttJ WINCHESTER KY N H W1TJIERSPOON President- R D HUNTER Cashier Paid up Capital 20000000 Surplus 6000000 This flank solicits the accounts of merchants farmers traders and business men generally throughout Eastern Kentucky and offers Ho customers every facility and the most l1ber31 terms within the 11m tB of legitimate banking octlSly GET YOUR JfOTEIIBADSi letterhead Catnloeuod Envelopes Sate nUll tc printed at UKBAXII once f COUNTY NEWS NOTES 0flSTTo Irfsuro inportion ALT corres must be in this office by Monday night of each week and that nearby on Monday morning CAMPTON CURRENCY Henry Lnndenw of Holly Crook has boon visiting his mother Mrs placeforJohn McPhorson of Neado t Branch was in town Friday s Farmer John Campbell of Boar Pen was hero the past week on businessMiss Dora Cable one of Wolfo most fascinating young ladies was in town the past week visiting rel atives Miss George Ann Wright of Trontsvillo has been visiting the family of Z T Hurst for several weeks past Mrs Rose A Madden of Still water was in town the past week on business Agontforin town the past week A F Byrd Don Sowoll J 0 Hurst Joe TWilliams and others went to Kentucky Driver on a fish ing spree the past week Willie Wyalt has gone to Wis consul to look him out a location Mrs J X Vaughn and her son George made a flying trip to Jack son tike past week M F Horton Deputy Collector for the 8th Collection District 8d Division destroyed a moonshine still on Buck crook this county a few nights ago boonvisitingfor some time past Beverly Quillin of Quillins Chapel has gono to Indiana Samuel Force of the Calaboose a member of the 8d Kentucky Vol Infantry has returned homo tho regiment having been mustered out at Savannah Ga Miss Susio Brown is a guest of Capt W L Hurst and family Samuel Faulkner of this place a member of Co E 3d Ky Vol In ft returned homo several lays dischnrgodbysomo time boforo his regiment was mustered out Ho made a fine record as a soldier and stood high countyisbo held in high esteem by his countrymenEugene who was at ono timo ft citizen of this county was stabbed near his home in Johnson county by Robert Johnson a few days ago His attending physician loft sumo medicine to applied to the wound but the nurse through mistake gave him the medicine internally and it killed him in a fow bourse regret to hear of the sad occurrence There will be a Sunday school picnic at Bethel six miles from this place the second Sunday in Juno Two Sunday schools will participate in the exorcises Bethel and JToliyor Rev J W Doano pastor thoCongregational church at Bethel is making great propa grandtimoIt seems that the officials of tho Wolfe Circuit Court do not appre ciate tho services of our bravo boys who wont out to fight for their countrys flag in the war with Spain If they appreciated their services thoy would file all tho cases away that are against some of our soldier boys But I had forgotten that Wolfe county has no officials They are only sub stitutos SUPPLE JACfc LEE CITY LOCALS Clay Roses wife is bettor at this writing Tho boys have a good timo work ing tho roads Charloy Elam sold to Mr Ratliff a cow for I18 4rtI I T B Munkhollon was in town SundayWalter Day was in toWn on busi Ross SnturdnyISubscribe for tho HERALD andI hoar tho railroad nows Elder Dunogan and fancily visiting ftionds at Lane this w Our prayer mooting is every Wednesday night May the good work go on merchantwa call Friday andsold somo nice bills of goods throughtown roadsThe birds seems to sing nowmol prospect Rev W M Davos about 75 old last week tho second time h a over stint a gun in his life killed a hawk TO yards Jambs Ely was in own Saturday and told your scribe that ho wus in Japkijpn on Thursday and gang of workmen wore at work at tho mouth of Frozen on tiginot rail road 1 May 27 Mtt B MORGAN COUNTY SELLARS SUNSHINE ilinghorpnronts Mrs Ann Wilson is taking in tho sights hero this week E r Calaway is working on J B Amyxs farm this week througlSellarsi Dnysboroisvisie week I am afraid that some follow got his feathers schorchod Sunday last viaitinginSoUorsi i always a wolcoino visitor organized They are having good attendance and good bohaviwr Torn Ranio and J T Murphy passed through here Saturday oni their way homo from Pike with a largo bunch of sheep and cattle Morgan Co RAYS Literary Note GuKKWiTHES by JoannottoH Wul worth tho powerful complete novel in the Juno issue of Lippin cotts Magazine is a tale ofstrong human interest touching as iiti does on ono of the vital questionsj of tho present limo Mrs Wai worth gives to environment its fullI value in leading tho reader fromi the old world to the now How pathetic is tho situation of tho ill fated millionaires daughter whomi wo moot in Rome I Then tho vig orous independent heroine of tho later pagos Both aro harmonious ly and artistically sot forth Tho snapping of tho green withes of convention and tho inevitablei awakening ore told in a forceful1 and interesting way calculated to arouse tho doopost sympavhy Bad niana ementkeeps moropeo anyotherono must look ahead andplan ahead so that when a favorable opportu nity presents itself he is ready to take advantage of it A littlo fore thought will also save much ox prudenta bottle pfChamborlainsColic Chol era and Diarrhoea Remedy in tho house tho shiftless follow will wait until necessity compels it and thou ruin his best horse going for a doctor and havo a big doctor bill to pay besidos ono pays out 25 cents the othor is out a hundred dollars and thou wondoIs why his neighbor is getting rich while ho is getting poorer For sale ly JTDay The brightandi captivn iIi y6 ng lady Miss Mnry Tylor is the gupst of Mrs Sao Davis thig roek aV ivi d i The Keiticky ChauUuqit The twelfth annual eosSiaaof the KontuokyChautauguawill behold in its beautiful homo atVoodland Park Lexington Ky June 27th to July 7th inclusive iueludokJ Ham Hon 2 T Sweeney Dr NowolL DwightHillis successor of Boochor and Abbott in Plymouth Church Goo E Vincent priuoi 8pal Ohautauqua S Parks Cad man Now York Citys most elo quont preacher Frank R Robor son just book from Manila with steroopticouviottsofgrontilttarostHon Congressman J P Dollivor of Iowa i Dr Louis Albert Banks and oUlors1horenders Isabelleaform i Miss Marguerite Smith un Bijrpassod in child dialect Mr and Mrs Francis Labadio in Slink spoarian recitals and dialogues Al caricaaturist with instantaneous pictures intfeats of magic j now wonderful moving pictures illustrated songs Tho music will bo unsurpassed in the history Chautauqua Sax tons famous band Miss Louise Roman piano soloist Indiana State University Glee Club seven teen rollicking college boys tho Ariol Lady Sextette Park Sisters instrumentalists popular on two continents j Miss Sibyl Sammis Americas greatest soprano Miss Oortrudo Smith soprano Harry Follows tonor Alias Harding con traltoThe school work will bo more dignified than over Bibical Exposition and Ministers Institute by the Rev Louis Albert Banks and Rev M 11 Parkhurst YoO T U School of Methods Miss Clara C Hofliman Tho School of Orator of Columbus 0 will have KontuckyChoutnuqun elocution by Prof E A Fox and music in all its departments by Prof S G Smith Sundayschool work in three grades will bo con ducted under the auspices of tho Chautauqua und State Sunday school Association There will bo tho usual college contest for prizes on July Oth A great 4th of July celebration with politicians of national reputation and some hero of tho recent wnr A mammoth childrens night with marches tabloauxandspocialmusio Mooting in tho interest of Womans Club and Womans Missionary So cioty No hotter Chautauqua program will bo offered anywhere in America Hero is a chance within tho roach of all to socuro a pleasant va cation and at + tho sumo timo to gather inspiration and pleasant memories for all tho drays to come is will purchase season tickot thirty magnificent entertainments groundsboardthe hotels and in tho homes of Lox ingtonEvery indication points toamost successful season Detailed illustrated program and all infor applying tiger Lexington Ky I I was soriously afilicted with n cough for several years and last fall had a more sovoro cough than over boforo I have used many remedies without receiving much relief and being recommended to try a bottle ofChamborlainsCough Romedx by a friend who knowing mo to hon poor widow gave it to rao I tried it and with the most gratifying results Tho first bottle rolioved mo very much and the socond bottle has absolutely cured mo I have not hind as good lhealth for twenty years Respectfully MM Mary A Beard Oiarqmoro Ark Sold by JT Days c to It is whispetod tlattjwodJ ng will lakoplacorbefore loi Z 1 f f T GreorW GUM Wf 1r j sii 1 r NOT AFRAID OF IflfcE tITypewriter JaNewn York WrknDeny WICk Oao Perched Iles Maetrtae tQl1omc are aaldlof rlc typevtriterIni her constant cpmpaniQh when shafts at her work He is n neat trim wellfed little fellow who sits atop other mn chino in the cunnlngcst wnyt seeming partleulnrlyNew York correspondent of tho Phila delphia Times Tho young lady says that by home means the office boy fastened tho mouse up in the machine ono night and that she found it there the next morning perched on the roller frlghtenedand- hungry She gave him a bit of the cheese that she had brought for her luncheon and made the little fellow understand that she was good friends with him So from that day to this he has slept in tho machines every night and seems now to know and to wantno other home So attached link tho young lady be come to her queer little pet that she says ho is her mascot and that she would not know how to type her notes without the bright little companion who has been with herso long In the Spring When all nature smiles and all humanity is happy AVhon your clothes are now and you are looking your prettiest Thou is tho timo to have your picture taken If you know anything aboufipho tographs you know that TAYLOUS AUK THIS HEAT Mr P Kotcham of Tike City Gal says During my brothers late sickness from sciatic rheuma tism Chamberlains Pain Balm was the only remedy that gave him any relief Many others have testified tothoproinptroliof from pain which byJLook at tho date after your name and if be hind qn subscription WALK UP AND PAY TODAY AVo MUST have some money andhavoItpd- dqthat is right away I W C Perkins and daughter Miss Emma of Lacy crook re turned today from a pleasant visit to relatives and friends in Magoffin county IF=ALL WOMEN I JIMCTBITTHS Of all tho pain- andsicknesafrom which women suffer Is caused by weakness or- derangomentln the organs of- menatruatIon Nearly always When a woman to not will trimi organs are affected But whoa 4 they are strong and healthy ft woman la very seldom Lekii WifleofrdPnatures r latlon of the menstrual function yiIaher teens the young wife with do iriestlo and maternal caret the woman approaching the a isTheyi benefltted by It j r tFart j tlrect LLaAlesidMrl Mc sIt if i Chili Irt Depettmest The ChatUaooe lUdMMCoV CUiMai c I aoop TeasrtIt1 2ir j i 1 sMyelNwrrNered sfend MloW iMMtru Uon M4 cweMeeher Wise ofr Mr Jf h MlMr ale1lltrouIhe1 I trf f r 1t ROLAN AKABifr r inr re It f ifY f- h yJd A Ke ey 1 awl ItJNGFrW ri 4 nniaY lt4ri e wash 1 t y UGr r 44- S 4-4- r l 4x 4y r II c- aa 4- a IY tt 1 1 xitx wa I 4I f 1 a s 1 4Y N 4 = r t u f tj 1 II I 11- i 1- t il f I f I r Ye a A S I HERALD rMCtt Coonw Miter HAZEL GREEN KY THURSDAY r Juno 1 1890 FOR GOVERNOR P WAT HARPINO- F HARRODSBUIIG +AnnOnnflemBnt + o For State Auditor TVe are authorized to announce JOHN It CHENAULT of Madison county tin n can diddle for Auditor of Kentucky subject to the action of the Democratic convention 1800 Fou a week or ton days past thoro has boost considerable oxcitomont about tho building of tho railroad from Elkatawa to tho Coney coal Holds owing to tho purchase by several parties of corn and hay along tho proposed routo Many take it as positive proot that tho road will soon bu built and base their belief upon tho fact that tho forage purchased is for tho use of tho construction company Others however opine that thoro may bo a job to got some other route to do nato something to the road Three several linos have boon survayed viz From Mill crook to Walnut Grove from Morohoad to tho coal Holds and tho last from Klkotawa to tho coal lands Mr Walbridgo wo understand lulls said in black and whito that ho has never yet decided which route ho will adopt and as ho yoems to bo tho power behind tho throno being president of tho American Coal Co which owns tho Cany coal lands his say BO should have somo weight Some parties contond that tho more purchase of a few hundred dollars worth of corn and hay would bo a mero nothing if projectors con pull nuothor lino for timber tion etc to aid in tho construction of tho rondoSo thoro you are and you con form your own conclusion Wo havo always maintained that tho Mill crook route is the most prac tical easiest constructed and tho v companyyhasabout tho routo or anything in con nection with tho construction or tho conduct of tho road nftor it is built wo simply give tho case as WO see it To the Democrats of Wolfe County You aro hereby notified to moot tit Campion in convention on Juno 17th 1800 at 1 oclock p m for the pupoBO of selecting delegates to attend tho Stato Convention to bo t hold at Louisville on Juno 21st to nominate mon for tho various State f offices of Kentucky to bo voted for at the regular November election in 1800 E T KASH Cur Ex Com Wolfe Co L JOHN JlNaAU8oxUuitodStato- sfk senator from Kansas has anarti olo in tho Now YorkJournal under t p caption Legal Monster are Trusts iand their object is public1 robbery which wo shall reproduce for the- ediflcntion of our readers next vreok and in advance Tjospoak for iV ft careful perusal f WE arc in receipt of an invitation to tho commencement oxor osos of the Collogo of tho Bible Tuesday morning June 0 and note tai pleasure that our former townsman Prof GNobon Steven iohffiB tho valedictorian t 1diU t1 O t niBtho guest of JIrilSH IKash till week tr WJB hoped this week to present our riwyier with Gen Harding MunfordBvijIe speech as a supple ment but they failed to roach us and wo shall havo to forego that pleasure until a future date In the moatimo they can rest assured that ho is still the formost man in the fight for tho nomination May 25 1899 MR SPENCER COOPEH EDITOR HERALD DEAR SIRTo my many friends in Eastern Kentucky whom I flat ter myself would be glad to hear from mo I wish to say n fow words through tho columns of tho HKRALD concerning tho country in which I now sojourn Central East Wisconsin is a beautiful section of this torrostial sphere The climate though somewhat colder is moro conducive to health and moro do sirablo being loss changeable than that of Kentucky Vhon winter begins hero snow covers tho ground until the warm lifo of spring dis polls it and it is no moro until wintorreturns When spring conies ovorythiug springs into lifo with astonishing rapidity and under tho exceeding warmth of tho sum mer sun all grain and vogitables mature quickly wheat oats corn and almost any vogitablo grown in Kentucky produce well hero and many varieties are of bettor quail ty This country is now and rich in undeveloped resources both in farming and manufacturing Two great railroad systems spread over country like n vast network of steeljnbor connecting almost ovory place of note and together with tho groat waterways of tho lakes and rivers afford unbounded facil ities for the transportation of min orals anti lumber of which this country can furnish an almost exI austless supply This is also the hunters paradise you EOO Hocks of door everywhere you go tho rivers are alive with fish and tho lakes teen with wild ducks fish etc Common labor commands from 20 to 85 dollars per month and skilled labor from X55 to 100 por month Land improved is worth unimprovedInmi fine timber is worth from 4 to 8 per acre For want of time and goodMrpresort Very truly HENMIY M Swoon Pound Wis S R Collier the dentist who has boon hero for a week past ro public ments ho will bo compelled to leavo on Sunday but hopes to return on or about tho 15thof August Dr Collier graduated at tho Ohio Col logo of Dental Surgery in 1891l prnclicodinmor months and built up quito an extensive practice That his work is entirely satisfactory is evidenced by tho pooplo of Morgan county and especially West Liberty which place ho hits mado headquarters Tho editor of tho Farm Journal asks Why have a mortgage on tho farm poor crops rheumatism sour bread grip leak in tho roof hole in the pocket skoloton in the closet or any othor pain or trouble when you can get tho Farm Jour nal for the balance of 1800 and all of 1000 1901 1902 and 1908 pearly five years by paying a year in advance for TUB HAZEL GREEN HKR AM This you can do if you are not too late Call at this oflico and get a sample COy A little son of Millard Brewer living on Grassy was killed Thurs lay or Friday last under very dis tressing circumstances His father had called to him to fetch him somo water and tho little follow with a brother started to him when a doadonod tree foil and killed him Ho was about five years old Alex Nickoll of Daysboro died at that place on Monday of fever aged about 40 and Was buried on Tuesday at 10 a m Ho loaves a delicate wifo and eight children to mourn his loss I TO CUUK A COLI IN ONE DAY I Take Laxative Brotuo Quinine Tablet All druggists refund money if It falls to cure 26c The genuine has L D Q on each tablet r If Miles Taulbee who has for the past four or five years been in the regular nrmy is home on a four months furlough He ia now a sergeant in Troop Lof the 6th cavalry which iis in Porto Rico and in conversation with TILE HERALD he speaks in glowing terms of that country its fruit fine lands etc but thinks it a undesirable country in the rainy season Drs Taulbeo and Nickell on Wednesday removed tumor from the hand of Mrs Elsberry Little of Gillmoro crook which for some time past has given her considerable trouble After 14 year of honest toil it looks as though I snoilIJust walk up anti lay n dollar down and Ill be a happy man in town I Al Little of Jackson who was shot n few weeks since and subse quently hadn leg amputated on account of the wound died from tho effects of the operation on Saturday last V nfll 00o QOMans BY BUVINO DOT mOU 1sTC 14 E ROSEHBURGER S CO I203204 E 102d 8t MEW YORK CITY t Tho Largest Clothing Manufacturors In America OUR QHBAT BARGAIN OFFKHI 5I I with 6amraI I we Pay Eiprcauft- Tbu Sulta art mod up af All Wool Culmrtea trlamid with fait black Sotttn tbabttt ii wtrkoai hip cat lUnfclt Brtaitcd Slot j to a ywrs with aUk EmbrUm4 Seller Cllar 10 tis T tara with let Seller Cllar All Paota hart PaUat Walit Daoda WtMid pltctirtbt clth ad nits bittaat with tack salt Iildlyugoa If larjt or mall fir ap When ofiltrlog send Pot OflUt Biprtx Macjr Order or KegUtirtd Utttra also1 are at lat birthday sod If large or small for hb ore lf arr cbtcrfullj refunded If not satisfactory Send ic itnrafw for sample tape measure atatarlof blobs fit f f FRED Ja HEINTZ- manufacturingg Jeweler DKALKU IX Watches Clocks Jewelry Diamonds SILVERWARE OPTICAL COODS Solid Gold and Silver Medals and Class Pins mt Unexcelled Repairing Facilities 135 K Mntn StreetaLEXINCTON KY Price List for Watch and Clock Repairing Gleaning Vuteh American make 150 Old EuglUh hover 200 Main Spring M 150 Cleaning Clock Amer 8 day 125 I CI French ranke 350 h Nickle alarm style 50 Main pplng In clock Amer make 100 CI II French make 250 Mending soldering Gold Spectacles 2535c 11 II Steel 25c TRepairiut Jewelry according to nature of repairs New pins fitted into brooches pins ISo JH BRYAN SALESMAN FOR Pearson Clark WHOLESALE + GROCERS LEXINGTON KY SILAS B KASH M D PHYSIOIAN AND SURGEON J KYJ at KU hours Obstetrics a specialty I Greatt OLOTHINGSol At Louis Gus Strous j i rtr LEXINGTON KY J t 6 6 o Beautiful Cassimere Suits ftfr 500S Beautiful Blue Suits G A Restyle at 500 Genuine Imported Blue Serge Suits at 1000 Best 25c Underwear in theWorld Departmentisthe i ln tit workmanShip c we defy the world Ourstock of Boys and Childrens Clothing is complete representing the products of all the leading manufacturers of the United States We do not deal in Shoddy Goods Auction Sale Goods or Fire Sale Goods Our reputation for the past thirty years is a sufficient guarantee LOUIS 3 GUS STRAUS Lexingtons Leading Clo- thiersTRAININO AND1- FEED STABLES aLo1 bare opened my Training and Feed Stable and will keep on hand plenty of feed and a lull supply of vehicles mid trap Parties comIng from distance who may desire horses pastured for a few days or weeks can have the bczt pasture at reasonable rates LJVE11YI STl tS11 l Also for the convenience and accom modation of guests of the Day House at Hazel Green and L Park Hotel at Torrent I have opened nearby two firstclass livery stables where I will keep buggies saddle horses and hacks for hire at all times Persons wishing n vehicle to meet them at McCausey can telephone me and have any desired vehicle or saddle horse promptly I will also have a full supply of hack for hire to drummers which will be in charge of careful drivers and for which they cnnlcontract by tlto day for any length of time rsons intending to visit Day and Swango Springs will be met at either McCnusey or Torrent with team and driver and I will have pleasure in ship ping water for them whenever desired Day and Swango water fresh and free on ice old tap for guests at L Park Hotel J TAYLOR DAYt F A LYON ER t Tie leaning Inoiironnp liblllaliuu HyGUl Inont 111 nf Eastern KentunRg Oflicos Bonttyvillo Jackson Hnzel Green PIETD ATT has charge f the Hazel Green office and nil WTJ r 1I drCri I I business entrusted to him will receive prompt ntten tlon PATRONIZE A HOME AGENCY RESTORED jANJffiJQD DRMOTTSNEBYEHIXE PILLSTim reatremcdrfornervous proitretlon anl2 all nervous dUcasotoi the cerHjrallTuoivant of either itex aucb nn Nerroua Proitration Kall Ina or Lost SanhOOdlmwtoIKT NIshtlr tmllllion Youthful Errors AtantaIWorty oseeNvensoorotaccoorOpium wblch Irnd to Con umptjon ond In anltr With oyerr Norder wo Blvo n written ituni 1OAperboxAhoseaforY5tb8 r S I A- LJJ I tf f 1 1 i t t i i i I f i t t Y s 9 9i 9j I 4a I t o- a J 0 r wJ r iIJ 1 title DoseTWli the story When your headaches and you feel bilious constipated and out of tune with your JUltburHoods Pills pillsYouyourheadacheliver and make you feel happy again cents Sold by all medicine dealers tTHE HERALD Red River Valley Railway Cos TIME CARD arTrnin leaves McCanseynt tJ oclock a m connecting with train at llotlnrcll for MU Sterling Returning leaves Hothwel at 4 p m JAMES MUIIl Gen Agt Kotbwell Ky A FARM JOURNAL Great From now to Deo100- 3Offer Nearly 5 Years By special arrangement made with the publishers of tho FAUST JOUUNAL wo nro enabled to offer that paper to every subscriber who pays for THE HERALD ono year ahead for only 100 both papers for the price of ours only our pa per one year and the PAlm JOURNAL from now until December 1903 nearly 5 years The Rum JOURNAL is an old established pa per enjoying grunt popularity one of the best and most useful farm papers published This offur should ho accepted without dolay Mrs Maggie Duke was in town this week shopping Chas Crook of Bonttyville is tho guest of C M Wnlleu this week Our poet and artist has finished a beautiful job on Mrs Sue Davis furniture Mrs William McNab fell on the stove recently and sustained quite a serious accident If you want photographs come on I dont aim to stay hero all summer M B TAYLOR Rev J H Wall iti will preach at Fronchburg on Sunday it being his regular appointment Monroe Walliu will leave iMon day for Hazard whore he will spend a month with friends Now is the tonne to got your Photos Im aiming to leave horo in a short timo M It TAYIOK Mrs S B Knsh will have on ex hibition another display of fino millinnry somo timo next week Miss Annio Hello Combs ono of tho bolls of Campton is visiting Mr and Mrs Henry Piorntt this week Monroe Gevudon of Grnsy Lick was in our midst lately and by his smilo ho must have seen his sweet heart Quito a crowd of Grassy Lick people wore here this week and purchased several fine hats from Mrs S IJ Kash Iwill remain in Hazel Groon until tho 10th of Juno All who want photographs call during this time M B TAYLOR Born to tho wifo of Will Stamp er of the Stamper branch on Wednesday night a boy and Dr Taulboo says hes a Democrat Mr Cord father of Prof Cord and his brotherinlaw Mr Harri son arrived hero today Thurday and will stay during commence mont Rose tL Davis sold a wagon to Albert Wells of Caney Morgan county Thursday of last week also one to J M Patrick Good work always goes- People Believe what they read about Hoods Sarsaparilla They know- it Is an honest medicine anti that It cures Get Hoods and only Hoods Hoods Pills euro all liver ills re love constipation assist digestion 25c WdtteRlerTxEhI ALDj TKUK TILL DEATH She was one holelife way true To love rein early youth And day by day more faithful grew And pure M beautiful truth lifers was a heart devoid of stain Where pearls of modesty shone No other woman bore a name Like hers oa puritys throne Suitors bowed before the shrine With loves most brilliant hue On sae alone her heart inclined One faithful friend so true Year wiled on time grew apace She bore the same fair name Though youthful beauty left no trace Her heart was still the same No costly jewels no bribe of gold The world could eer Impart Could lure from the love untold Which beautified her heart Death came and cloyed her starry eyes God bade her soul ascend She carried an Image to the skies Till Image of her friend SAM WILSON Hazel Green Ky LOOK OUr for tho Cst signs of blood Hoods Siinsnnnrllla is your safeguard It will purity enrich anti vitalize your BLOOD A wagon containing Prof Stov ouson Willie Pioratt Carl Mizo told tho colored driver Noah Taylor turned over coming down tho Quillin hill some two miles beyond Campton on Sunday lost and came nigh proving a serious accident to all the occupants The driver was thrown onto tho double trees but hold to his linos until tho wagon passed over him fracturing some iof his ribs end rendering him insensible The other occupants wore meanwhile held prisoners in the overturned vehicle and drag ed for a hundred yards when tho tongue fortunrtoly broke and re leased thorn from their perilous position Counting up tho casu alties it was found that none woro seriously hurt except time driver nudn doctor summoned from Compton whither they went to prqcuro another wagon adminis tered to him an opiate which ena bled him to much homo with but little further sulTering and tho party arrived here without further mishap But t goy worn all ngrood that it wtiK n nim teen thicentury inirnclo thnt ithey were not killed rain= S1EN6iu rAHD VIGOR SO Days TrialTho marvelous power oxcrted hr mJ Electric Welt and Appbancw Inducers mo to over It to suaering men nn 30 lay Trial to certain aw I Wit Itwlilcaro md tbst you will elHcllr 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Michigan man who happened at Torrent a few days ago The wngon was built by Rose lL Davis Prof StoYouson a student of Kentucky University at Lexington and for a your assistant teacher at Hazel Green academy visited his friends here Sunday and Monday CONNAUGHT2D3M2 This celebrated English Hncktiey etnlllnn Imported to the United States on June 3 1Stl3 will mtiko the season of 1899 ut the stables oftoha 11 Pieratt Rt lintel Green Ky nt the extremely low price blood nllll beauty considered of SG TO INSURE A LIVING COLT Or S5 To Insure A Name In Foal money due when the tact Iis ascertained either case A leln on tho colt will be re tabled for the season money and in event the mare is traded oil or bred to another horse the money will then be due Every care will taken to prevent accidents but I will not be responsible should they occurDESCRIPTION AND PEDIGREE CONNAUUHT 2sii 3512 is n beautiful bay full 16 hands high black mane and tall good style and action nod a fine road ster U years old this spring He was sired by Victor of llectly 1587 dam llonnle 1925 by Highflyer 1000 Victor of lJectJey 1687 by ItilinncuCG grand dam by Congress lIH Ucliitnco 007 by Confidence 158 duet by Hi llemni 67- 0NoTlllis complete pedi ren covers nary crosses of the thoroughbred and quoteBreedersnnd examine his pedigree at my stables Respectfully J II IIRllATT JAaTAU1JBEEnxa Physician and Surgeon HAZEL GREEN KY StafSurporv and obntetrlcs a specialty J TAYLOR DAY Wholesale anti Retail dealer in General Merchandise Lumber Real Estate c Also President Hazel Groon Fair and Driving Park Assooiation and tho Farmers Exchange YOUR MAIL ORDERS For anything nnd everything In the line of nnnis SUNDIUES TOIUTT AUTI CL1W IKKFUMla SOAPS TOBACCOS CIOAIU and lrescrlption Specialties will hI prongltly tilled hy us Write us when you cant find what you want in your own stores JABH fOOI I U nrlljlJlll Sl13 LEXIKQTON KY O fi I5 RRIIOn+ ftttorneyaiLCLW COLLECTIONS A SPECIALTY AND Ri TURNS IJIOMITLY MADE 451 W 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lumbago heIquent desire to urinate often with aI burning eeuontion the flow of urine be inp copious or scant with strong odor If allowed to advance this reaches the t Second stager or Bladder trouble with heavy pain in the abdomen low downI between the navel and WH tor passage in creasing desire to urinate with scalding sensation in passing Hmall quantities being pulsed with difficulty sometimes necessary to draw it with instrument tIt uric iicid or gravel hits formed it will prove dangerous if neglected The Third BtnRO isI Brighis Disease There is comfort in knowing that Dr Kilmer the great kidney and bladder specialist bud discovered a Remedy tarn out for its marvelous cures of the most i distressing curs and known us Dr Kil mers Swamp Root It is sold by all druggists As a proof of the wonderful virtues of the great discovery Svvunp Root a simple b ttlIIIld book of valuable in- S formation will bo went absolutely free by mailon application to Dr Kilmer t Co llingliamplnn N Y When writing kinul f mention that you rend this liberal ofler in TUB IlAxniCrKKKX HEKAU f Letter From WisconsinMay 7 t Tho following lines woro suggest i b1 by an incident which foil unde tho authors notico in the city of Chicago Whilo standing in tho door of n cafe on Milhvaukoo ave mio 1 uoticod u little castaway of tho stroot standing on the pave ment gazing wistfully through tho show window at tho rows of sand vichoa and other articles of food which ho so much noodod and yet did not have tho moans of obtain ing A vory nicely drowsed gon tie man carpe sauntering along and tho lad ventured a timid appeal for n diino with ttho result doscrib ed in tho poem Tho exceedingly dolocate cast of tho lads features suggested tho iidea that his parents did not oolong to tho plobinn or mediocre ranks TilE T11KKT WAIF A poor little waif on tho iiavcinciit stood And looked through u window on plenty of food Ills garments wore tattered and rngged and old And Mi pale pinched features of delicate mold Told a pitiful story of hunger and want That upectre that stalks through the world 10 good- Followed by nil its attendant train Trio wretched pour in rug nod pain A rich man paused along tint way tilmtne a dime pleaicI will you prnyl A small voice piped in a Hhlvnring strain Which told a lIormoru simple and plain Than nil the words of eloquence old x from silver tongue or lips of gull A story of luUcrlng of want of bread For hungry ups of a soul unfed By moral food in this worlds great school Where nil might learn the golden rule Were it not for the fearful curse of grid The love of money and Its shnckelcd hold On the calloused hearts of men- The rloh roan did not turn his head But whistled a lively air Instead To drown the throb of tho lads appeal That in hit heart he felt must feel Most bitter want to drown in team The sweetest joys of his tender years He steeled his heart and posted along And minded again with the busy throng Ah little he dreamed that in lifes warnI flood On that street waifs reins flowed his own life blood Begotten In sin and vice nail lust Innocently out in the cold world thrust To beg and freeze and fade and die While the upper tendrum pass them by Jostled aside by the grand and high Who brought them into too world to sigh And perish alone In some attic old While their parents hoard their piles olt sold Such is the story of sin and shame That will bring dlsgrnco to many n name Of bowled wealth and blue blood pride When at tho judgement bar theyr tried fut the Master of earth and sea and sky Will never pass those street vrnlfa b- yI 4 from the streets so choerlllII and cold Falls theta to walk the streets of gold d instead of their rags nnd batters t shreds give then white robes sad crown thou r 2 heiMji WHhftlio stars of heaven and dry their tears Vj yearsmotrVtml ienjes thew phone In the street to die xoublo curaq tip on their minute Wgavo thorn lire in aid and shame AaiCwhtm they ask for a crumb of bread jjalye tbC1t hume oral stony Instead tQfan dlsoaso has laid thorn low Only li etl of sleet h9Ws r 8WOUDf AYtropeiaYv 3tr Ail tlgltls rleerved l ljtl i o TOoMUCE FOR nuts 80 Xeair illaoe Hl Last Vlatt He tact FerIJOUUoJT anghavoUi velf la Ckareli j For ten long years he bed not been to church One Sunday morning bo con eluded to lay aside bis heathenish wnys anti surprise the rector lie is naturally ota timid disposition when it comes to publicity und with n sweet girl friend hanging to his nnns his best suit of clothes on a collnr bJgber than Uuuul nnd tbe prospect of meeting number of friends who he knew would be ready to guy him bo was anything but com fortable when he walked Into tbe church and was shown to n sent near the front by tho usher says the Louis vllle Commercial For an hour be managed to stand it but It was nil nwful strain Tbe per spiration oozed out nnd wilted his col Jar It dripped from his finger tips there wits n hot time In the old church for him Ho glanced behind him and noticed that his friends were smiling Then he concluded something was wrong with his apparel lie feared It might be hisI hair hud not been combed At com munion he could stnnd it no longer und he asked the fair girl if slue was rendI to go She assented and they hurried out As he went the srnilon the faces i of his friends deepened and here nnd there one of them made n peculiar motion He had forgotten lila overcoat in the excitement and they were trying to roll lila attention to it Once on the outside he missed his coat nnd then it nil Hashed upon him Out he would rather have lost his coat than have gone after It Just as he wns about to abandon tint garment to the foreign missionary society n boy came along and he gave the youngster 25 cents to slip In and get the cant When It wan once more in his possession nnd he was on his way home he made n mental resolve hot he would not go to churnh again until he was more com pOlledII Wonderful Nntnrnl Illntorr Atrium In donor of Pirnnn Wbltf of Srlliornc A memorial as appropriate 03 it is well deserved is about to be established at the main entrance to the forest ofiWoolmer once the crown properties of England reports the Boston Tran script This Inclosure is to be set aside as an asylum for the wild birds and animals of the country Gamekeepers and watchmen will guard it day and night Neither cot nor dog nor any known hostile intruder either man or beast will he permitted to enter nnd at the gate will be erected a statue of Gilbert White the parson who lived and ministered in the little village of Selborne and Immortalized It with his natural history of the place lie was neither warrior statesman poet nor irtist but a simple henrted and reverent gentleman who remained at what wns considered n lowly and unimportant post nnd mantle dally discoveries among the mysteries of nature right nt his own lovingInUmncyanimals He knew their habits and chronicled their histories He did much for science but more as n teacher of humanity in ways of kindness und as nn Interpreter of the lower life to the high er We might have had n Thoreau anti n Burroughs it there had not been a White but there can be no doubt that their philosophy Inns been enriched nnd their tastes stimulated by his labors Humble as was his field apparently his achievement has stood the scrutiny of memoryIsfore Many names greater in their time have had their day and stand before us only in moldy memory but his fame grows fresher with each returning springtime SIIYur Or Sii An Etithnia to Lntvyvr AYIco Spread It on Too Thick In Defend 14 Ilia Client There is such n thing as werdJoiug your part declared a man of the law who now inns tho knowledge gained by touch experience intwas upon to defend a man who had drawn a revolver on another and threatened to kill him The accused did not have a character above reproach but tho prosecuting witness was also shady in reputation and I plctu1ttIblmous type a man that wns a constant menace to the community and one who would recognize no other law than that of force Such men ns he I insisted laude necessary tho organization of vigilance committees nnd injured the I fair name of the west among the older countryTheverdict of guilty nnd my man was sentenced 10II a years imprisonment As soon as court adjourned the foreman of the jury came to me and said Young fel ler you pprend it on too thick After that there rlpsrortin imocch of yourn we couldnt do nothin else an whntwe done t Idont understand you sir PeFoundthagciootguiltycause lri y pf w 14tjlazel Green Doattqv e Normal and Preparatory School PRIMARY AND INTERMEDIATE DEPARTMENTS English Course Latin Scientific Course Preparatory Classical Course ICooneIthe I +g history of the school 6 Second term began January 2nd and ends June 7th 1690 I WM II CORD 6- t Jan 19 1899 Principal t oeooooooaoooeoooooooooaoaoooo- oii tto u L RSrteee The Leading Specialists of America 20 YEA R SilN OHIOI f 250000 CURED WECURE EMISSIONS Nothing can bo inoro demoralizing to young or mlddtoaaOlI men than the pies enco of the o nightly losses lhc iittxluco weakness ncrvoiiroon a feeling pe of dlgutnnd a hole tmlll ofsymptoms They unfit n man for business married life and social hnpplnc No matter whether caused by evil habits in youth natural weakness or sexual excesses our Now Method Treatment will positively euro yo- nNO CURENO PAY Reader you need help Early abuse or youExposure r are not safe till urN Our Now Method will euro you You run no risk 250000 CURED feeblepfl cltablo You become forgetful morose nnd despondent blotches and pimples psunken eyes wrinkled face tooplnIU fonn nnd downcast countenance reveal the blight of our existence U WECUREVARICOCELERNo ho or how long you map have had it our NLw Mt1ruou TREATMENT trill curo It The wormy veins return tnl their normal condition and hence the sexual organs receive proper nourish menu Tho organs become vitalized all unnatural drains or losses cease und 1 1 telUpomryhenofitNO CUHH NO PAY NO OlKHAi TLON NEt4ESSAItY NO DETEN rION P11031 liLSINhSSrCURES GUARANTEEDW- e treat and euro BYPHILIS OLEET EMISSIONS IMPOTENCY ST1tIG UltEtVARICOCELE SEMI NAL LOSSES BIADDKH AID KID NKY diseases CONSULTATION FRET nOOKS FREE CHARGES eallhwriteforTREATMENT x xsia- KENNEDYS KERGAN 122 W FOURTH ST J CINCINNATI O SJPltXNG 1899 TREES PLANTSVINES Fruit and Ornamental Trees Shrubs Small Fruits Everything for Orohard Lawn and Garden KMWo employ no agents but soil fit reasonable prices I Strawboiry and Tree Cata logues on application to H F HILLENMEYER LEXINGTON KY Phonic 278 0 U ApAISMALONEY SILVERSMITHS and JEWELERS- LEE CITY WOLFE COUNTY KY Repair Clocks Jewelry of nil lowest prices Watches and kinds at the anti guarantee satisfaction In nil CAses Special attention to orders by mall Hair Store 1We have in stock n full line of lisle Switches from 100 to 1000 each Wigs Curls and Puds Pompadour and Empire Combs nil styles of Hair Pins Corsets StampedLinenscents per skein COLORINB for chunginc the hair to any shade sauOrdere by mall will receive prompt attention KETCIIUMrUpiytf And Church Sts Lexngton Ky tf IOau cJ- t f INTI1J Q0 4 GI ENVELOPES NOTEHEADS BILLHEADS LETTERHEADS jjI t 1 SALEBILLS t 1 PROGRAMSf CIRCULARS f CATALOGS MINUTESii c cc yjj We have Three Fast Presses tj a Power Paper Cutter and 40 Years Experience enables us to Court Com parison and Defy Competition When ppyou want PRINTING come and see us Respectfully c 0 o Y SPENCER COOPER D ii- I j I 9 ev y 1 I dddrt GENERAL WRSMITH I LEXINCTON KYf I For circular of his famous and responsible COMMERCIAL COLLEGE OF KY UNIVERSITY Awarded Medal sit Worlds iI eeIUII Refers to thonundf of I Cost of Fall IDe sees Conne Including Tuition book and Board in family about 190 I I I SpeeWtiearh I warded graduate Literary Course free If desired i NotrataUoeItnteruowOraduateucceufnli GENERAL WILBUR B SMITH LexlngtonKy Not Kfafwly Vnitfrtilv rrtonrrn ttfO000 had nearly 1000 tiudrnU in aUtmtanc tart year 0114III HU n H I I i Anyone sending n sketch and description ma quickly ascertain our opinion free whether Invention U prohnMy pntcntablo tlonidtrlctlroonndoutlal Handbook on anII tent free Oldest goner for securing patent8 Iatenta taken through Slunn A Co rccctrc rprciol noUu without cwtrgo tn the Scientific American A handsomely Illustrated weekly Tersest ell culaUon of any clontitlc Journal Term t3 a byannewsdsalersMUNN Branch Office Cis F SU Waahlnirton D0 RDSEfDAVIS THE BlaOlSIIlitQSl s AND WagoqDtakeISo I Have no time to write an ad this week but desire to announce that they are still at the old stand and ready willing at all andI1 I do any work in their I line for cash or prompt paying customers btIadI will please be I 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 I GREENBACKS or Government Money I At close of our Civil War in 1865 there appeared in the London Times the following poiicy 1 American Republic during the late 1 Civil War in that country should become indurated down to a fixture Ithen that government will furnish its money without cost It will have aU the money that is necessary to carry on its trade and commerce It will precedentin ofITHAT GOVERNMENT MUST BE DESTROYED OR IT WILL DE STROY EVERY MONARCHY ON THIS GLOBE The famous Hazzard circular to capitalists in New York and the Buell Bank circular to United States Bank- i ers both emanating from London and inIcured the closing of our mints against silver The CI walk into my parlor II 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 mcntSNotwithstanding 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 silyer issue the Cincinnati Enquirer has uniformly given evidence of its ability to teach explain and produce all facts and 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