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MyT T-M1ev + r t- I t IV + fi A i fin AaI 4fti- l y4 M r- ti fiE H EL GREEN IiERA Il Establishedf March 4 1885 Made Famous in the Story oruJonathan and ltta CoaUtb Nav Oytlillti n SIXTEENTH YEAR HAZEL GREEN WOLFE COUNTY KENTUCKY THURSDAY TUrN 10 Ifl00kIr emir IoTheOldest Most Popular Most Widely Circulated and Most Quoted Paper in tIke KlfttwckJ MewN tattleAd kCOUNTY NEIYS NOTES IfflTo Insure insertion AM cnrrc nondencc must be in this ollico by- Dtonday1 night of each week and that nearby on Monday morning Ourcorrcapmulentsarederelict in duty gad wo want to say that henceforth they wlll not receive papers except for the 1 week they have news letters We are dependent upon them for the news and when they fail to send in their favors llfcey put us to great inconvenience r SUNNY SIDE u Callie Oney enrolled 10 pupils tact week Wo wore glad to sco that Days boro letter last wook W T Caskoy and wifof yours s town wore visiting Undo Nowt Lacy and wife Sunday It Hero is our hand Clearly Come again every week Wo always on jVjoy your letters Mrs M J Onoy spont Friday afternoon with Mrs F N Day of f your town who is quite sick Clay Lacy and family of Gill k moro spout Sunday with their parents I Uncle Now Lacy and wife f Wo wtfnt out to Daysboro Sat urday to purchase some littlo tricks Thoy have plonty of them up there ff Uncle Rastus Brooks and wife pelt Saturday and Sunday with t their sister Aunt Kitty Nickell of a Grassy crook Ii GroonIiday Mrs J A Taulboo and children 77lpent Sunday at the Sunny Sid- ot homo Cone again Mrs Taulboo 1 you know that our latchstring r hangs on tho outside Wo worn dolightod to see so many riII corre8poudontHlast no to write regularly and most OH peeially would wo urge Goo lnul boo to write A letter from him il appreciated by all Edward Onoy loft early Sundny lorning preparatory to begin his hoot Monday How can wo do without thorn children and how p can wo live up to our name when everything is HO gloomy Hut tho sun must die or shine Como V back my dear brothor and soo us- at your earliest convenience and we will moot you and greet your in otho old familiar way And whoa you como firing us a littlo hand r abeontMaterand hearts for our mothers face thyWishpreacher so wo could go away and got good yollow gravy to oat Yos j youmutt butdowfBRuths thoHoldWM unconcious of tho feet that sho J would find favor with Boaz j it was on account of hor goodness towards thinkthatt Mt movercouldI t wouldne1er tholhostof verylisti dotoafatheragotruths imitailnuogloatod Wo always J J thePcueihility fathoriILIdInd ingjwosacn nietorol osaupf8UBiR SUNDKAU i f x Mt 8WANQO SPRINGS SAYINGS Miss sickUUBMissCorllln SundacrooktookSwangonmciDr Mason Rash of Hazel Green plo8surcSaturdayMrs Salons passed through horo Thursday and gave sumo of our good people a callLanford Craft loft Sunday for callbooksnndday Misses Fannie and Joso Uoao in ofStillwlltorshorthuttllodllughtorsMarytogothor untilSundayHow bright our eyes did grow whom they foil upon tho pages of tho doer old HKUAID which soomed to glow with more lottors than its had for ages There was Campion timid Daysboro doings with bright spangles from Spradling too und while tho gleanings from Gillmoro woro really amusing wo had the Ezol dots to carry us through Now is a very busy season of tho year with tho people of this sec tiontho best blackberry crop wo pastisour mothers while tho mower and thresh ing machines are entertaining our fathers with their music i tho children have searched the bookcases and attics and now with school bags and dinner pails aro hastening to tho school room whoro tho youths of our land aro putting forth every effort to im Provo and instruct tho tender young minds tiny Ihoy realize tine great resposibility their po sition and take care that tho seeds they sow may yield a rich harvest in tine end is tho wish of yo scribo July 17 UNO DAYSBORO DOINGS Bro Jim Daniel 1preached an- excellent sermon how Sunday =Quito n crowd from Hazol Green attended church hero Sunday Miss Moilio Onoyof Sunny Side was shopping in our town SaturdayMiss Taulbop loft Sundy for Paxton Breathitt county to Login hor school at that place Miss lloulah Thomas of Ezol wins a pleasant guest of Montio Fallen Sunday Visa Emma Valium and Laura Wilson gave yo scribo n pleasant call Sunday July 17 LUNA MORCANCOUNTYMAYTOWN Succoss to tho dear old HKRAID Tho sick of our town aro improv ing ncely wo arc glad to noto Coasnr Hurst of Campion was tine guest of R A Childors last Thursday night Schylor Hamilton wife anti lit tie daughter worp guests of R A Childors and family Sunday A P Dyo tho boss carpontor has just completed an addition to tho house of John Fields of Ezol Tho public school began horo Monday Inst with Miss Ida ROBO principal j Miss Ora Cecil assist ant Mrs Sarah Wills and pretty lit tie daughter Ruthio wore guosts of John M Honry and family Sat SundayJ ono of Mor gan countys jowols was the guest of hor COUMII Maud D Ulackwoll last Saturday and Sunday Loan Honry passed through town Sunday owning on routo to Camp ton whoro ho is engaged in haul ing lumber Lona scorns to Have 4- ee I J CnmptouTherei j in tho cnBOIProf B M Mann in one of Wolfe countys must deserving ambitious young mon attended the Masonic lodge nt this placo last Saturday inight nd was slinking hands with 1 his many friends Illof whom Iwish nine an abundance of thriv J doubtsbutft shine bright as tunic rolls by 1111111 LKOIKNK EZEL DOTSIMiss Lizzio Pioratl is visiting at Sponcor Ihiford Pioratt told family are in town for a fow days Born on tho 12th to tho wifo of Uobt Combs a girl Miss Clara Pioratt of Paris Ill is visiting relatives in town- J M Myers was visiting near Jericho from Saturday until Honda Mrs Phoeba Yard of West Liberty is visiting hor sister Mrs Gillie Pioratt- J A Lacy mad wifo of West Liberty woro guests of Dr A B Nickoll Saturday Q C Daniel and Willie Mnnkor have purchased tho May town mill and will soon remove it to West Liberty lho whiz and whir of tho threshing machine now disturbs the peaceful quiet of Blackwator neigh hood About all the teachers of our town have secured schools for this litl1renma Pieratt Kzol i Mrs Radio Brooks Grassy j Miss Ora Cecil assistant at Maytown undor Miss Ida Hoso July 10 LizAiiBTii ANN CONSOLATION CHAT J 11 I Buck and wifo attended church horo Sunday Littlo Lillian Taulboo is quite sick at this writing T1 MI Loo and wife rondo n Imainisrt trip to Hael Green Friday Cal CuntlilVand funnily of Laurel crook wore visiting in Consolation Sunday MMI Sylvester Norman of Days hard was visiting hor sister Mrs J W Wallace Sunday Mrs Maggie Jackson mud sister Mrs Julio Jackson were visiting in this neighborhood Sunday = Jimmio Blankonship of Broath itt is visiting his sistor Mrs John TauI boo who still continues ill MrsLcandprKhimI anti daughter of Johnson wore visiting tho faun ily of S II glam from Friday till Sunday Wo welcome Charley back in our midst and also Lena and hope they will both give us newsy letters every wook K L Blankonship A J Blank onship and WJ Wallaco attend ed tho democrat convention at Hazel1 Groon Saturday Misses Lillio IIavons Hester Bishop Easy Browor and Emmie Oldiield of tho Jambs attended church at this placo Sunday Jim nun Bob McCluro and Willio Carter of Grassy ILick passed through horo Saturday on route to Stillwator to visa friends Honry Elkins of Stillwator candidate for assessor was lection coring in those parts last week and was tho guest of W J Wal lace Thursday night The two Misses Skpone of Rod rive daughters of Elihuo Skoons former resident of this crook woro visiting Miss MyrtioGillaspio Sat urday and Sunday- JRDoBuskof thoTambfland his sisterinlaw littlo Eliza laulboo passed through Consolation Satur day on route to your town Rich mood reports his mothor as some bottom1 July 17 EINNIM VVf MONTGOMERY COUNTY SPENCER ITEMS Sponcor wills visited by a lino rain Saturday valuablohorsemorningMrs inns boon quite sick is Bomo bettor Ed Hall is visiting tho family of Allon Myers this week Misses Lodford and Henry at dayslustMiss Mattio Young entertained Tub10thHenry S S Pinny James McQuo J WWilkorson throe hustling drum mors wore in our our town Satur day Nowton Duff entertained quite a number of little folks July 4th in Ilonry1ofrosluuonta hour Miss Lizzio Henry will accpm Ipany Miss Nancy Mapol to Kidd villo thou they will go to Bothel whore they will moot Misses Lydia anti Uobocca Lodford Spencer is honored by the throo charming hellos Miss Elizabeth Honryof West Liberty MissNa nay Mnpol of Hazel Green and Miss Emma Iioratt of Ezol who are visiting tho two popular daughters ofHC Ledford The Missos Lodfords entertained ono night last week in honor of their guests Misses henry Mnpol mind Piorntt Music was tlto order hyMOStoolo Toy all report an enjoy able time But how could it ho otherwise Fine visitors in our town uro Mrs Martin Uamoy J D Ramoy Taylor Fitzpatrick Minnie Hall RamoyMayFitzpatrickIIirdioAirsnsityl1stimor11ilsom Turner Mrs J L McCormick and daughter Minnie Cecil ninth Lizzie Henry Nannie Maple Emma Pits mutt B U Kilgoro Fred Adams and Perry Alexander Misses Lydia and Rebecca Lod 1111IelEmmaonce and Georgia Daniel Messrs YoungIaniolCrooks Anderson Howard mud Jas Oltoar attended church at Inion Sunday conducted by Revs haw son and Frank Then woro enter tained at the homo of Miss Ethol BarnesJuly 10 SIMCV HKM MENEFEE COUNTY FRENCHBURO SPARKEL8- J T1 lodgerI our elliciont shorilV J is in Mt Sterling this wook on legal butfinosn Thomas Hull one of Monofoos popular young school teachers wins tho guost of D L Pholps last week Elder Henry Adams of Hazel Groon filled his appointment at tho Christian church hero Satur day night and Snday taut and preached to good crowds at each service Undo Johnny Fortnor ono ofI our most vonerablo and popular citizens has boon quite sick for I several days but has recovered gotdownGarfield Mitchell who was shot in tho thigh by tho accidental dis charge of a shot gun in tho hands of a companion n few days sinco is improving nicely and will soon bo out again placohavemonte in tho brick ly purchased by tine lodge and thorn room on thosooond floor will soon bo roady for occupancy lIon Amos Davis of Morgan county Bud lion iBanford Whito of Estill county two strong on trios for congressional honors in I this diatnof woro mixing with I i tt 4 Nf r 1 raee hornduring i A box supper managed by tho f fondsforlawnSaturdaylittlo Hunt raisod A ptoplc pirniokotl townSnturdathose in attendance tripped tho onohnntiugstrains i bohhulthot poutlunchl or has just completed n good jot 1 ofLitffllLod in nnittfllirr the Christian church building From what wo can loarn Mr Wilson will do con I1azolOroon hyhisprosoncoJuly1 T- Miffiqorgl Tie Latest Spring styles TRIMMED AND- UNTRIMMED HATS HAT TRIMMINGS o t ultollnteof requestedtoI 0 DRESS MAKING In connection with my MILLINKIIY STOUK I have n line of drew trim tnliiRM including idiirt waintn shirt waUt gotlll ole etc nllli lUll prepared to tit f and ninko drowcii in tho Intent Htylcs and do MOwliiKIn I nm prepared to Mill very cheap and giinrnnteo mitUfno tion In nil CASCM MRS P N nAY ttuuuoooo +ooeoaeoi t II A KAMII W II KAHIt KASH KASH flUo7ney atLate HAZEL GREEN KY Iriictlcii In courU oT the county and1 Kia gecclnl ntt ntlon locollccllon rr- 1iiidthtrJnit1t 00000100 WINCHKiiTKR KY N H WITIIKIlfllOOtV Preililpiit It I HUNTKItCftshlrr Paid up Capital 20000000 Surplus 6000000 Thli Hank solicit tho Recount or nter ohnnti fiinneri trailer and btmlncii men KentuckymildI the noel Ilheral term within the limit of- ekUllunlehulking ofltlaly J W ClIAVKN WM iw KABul CRAVEN X KASHiM I UAXKL GREEN KY 1 We have a nice hearse anti a full tock oftCOFFINS nod CASKBT8 on html at nil line which will ho old on the moil rea i flittor and furnish coffin and hearse upon reo queit Soliciting the public patronage we are reipectrully etc GRAVEN KASH A A lGET YOUR HERALD NOTKHKAD8 KavolMM iGLetlarheaar 0atalKree dIIt111111 4fprtate4 At HKBALU MM 8 t 4Il MdTax hepiM w xtletNt c 0 i t A 1 s 4 rr y 4- L yt 9- J w Of r N P WI 4y r l fiHE HERALD FINCH COOPER Editor HAZEL GREEN KY THURSDAY July 10 1000 j DEMOCRATIC TICKET volt IHKHIDKNT WILLIAM JENNINGS BRYAN of Nebraska lima VIOK 1MIKHIDKN- TADLAI B STEVENSON of Illinois +RnfloU n emEnTi Hlllto nud dlNlrlet ntntnaneeutotllN I IIIUMI ennhcnau ly IIIIIIIMIIIIJUIIielllll fiH No imiiniiiicciiieiitinmlu iintlt Iliu fee M jmhl- KVI I Fur ilmlitn Court of Apprnt AppalIntoIIIIIIItllIl1 thlll Dlntrlel miltjtwt to your 1111 1111111 Klcc tliiu November HHH lliMiicrlfnllvI 1m C OHKAH I Jour Uo r nfintnllv illlit IMMrlrl IIIII CECIL nro iiulliorlxoil to nn I l I IIillilliI r i iI IIIII i DAVIS I j f I nil COMBS nru nuthor I to an00uueo i J W CON ii ioN UN n rnndidntoi for the olllco of County JuilKO of Volfo county i I for the olllco of County Juilitu of Niilijuot to tlio action of the I party Inr HluTlir 11111 Vo nro nuthnrloil to nn 1 n A I I IN nn n ciunUilnta for oflloo nfHIidln of Wolfe county Niilijuct to the action of tho Democratic Puny JIifl ore nutliorlxcil to T PRANK I nN n candlilato lor tlio olllco I I I I 1 county Mihjcct to ofl nntliorlxctl II to anII Torrent IIN n cntnliiluto for tlio olllco I Domocrntlu of Wollo County party milijcct to ofl iiilIt PERKI Wo IIIIIIIUO ofIpartybJIIllIflJIIIII1111f Ietnoernllui 1111rnllllltlllo LINDEN VII KN the 11111 S1AMPEIIlVo IH1tlllFlt the pnrtyNiiIIi IIIII1oftho TKUKINa of Lacy crcokni nTnniililato for the olllco of Hliorlll of Wolfo county Iff Kudjcct to tlio notion of the Democratic r yr Vor CountyAttorney IIIII1111f FULKS IIOIIIICH I canillilato lor County Attorney of Wolfe Niilijcut to thin notion of tho Demo 11I l ttcllntyparty For tlnllnr III coniesIWI are niilliorlzcil to noiinco USA AC CU111t9 n camlltlato for Jailor of Wolfe Iif I jcot to tilt notion of the COIIlIYu1 IIjUI7 ivrin nro to an Inner of ClerkYr of III I Wo the tonne W 8 TUTT HI can lor reelection nr Clerk of tho IIIdidale Court party subject to tho action WolloI t HOLLON cfOPEllwe I n We are to announce ni n candldato for Clerk of tho Wolfo County Court itibjoot to the action of tho party For AultIr 01 annonn Ht lcNCrz lt no A candidate theII1Ilr WILSON 18 KASH 4rIAULBEE RIIIIInllllro InRIII1I0lllleo Rn1 II authorized Flnounu lUlVlWeRre uthorlUI Authorised ITClltlfNU Il HOUON Democratic Wo nro nutliorUoU to nn nnunco PRANK 1IIKS WILSON M n raniUdnto for AMCMOI of to tho nctlon of tho Wolfo county subject Ill party tDomoorltlo For County 8ui rlnt HiUit uIWo ore authorized In am liounco MISS IIJLA KA8II Ii lI if tho of as Wolfo a Democratic candidate county for party inbjcct County totlUICrIlUOlllUmI I Wo are RUUlOrlUUI I cattdluato m for Couuly 8411 h ultfJI4tJectaral t TUE convention at Loxingt t today will decido who shill bo tho standardbearer of tho Domocrnl party in the gubornatorial oontc in Novombor mid for tho Biiko oC harmony it isi hoped that Jam D Black will bo choHon As 1JII HKHALD has all thu timo main tamed ho of all mon in tho party can como nonror harmonizing thu fnctioiiH than auy min in thostat I and thoroforo iia tho only man iin our opinion that can win with onHO Mr lIockham with tho part machinery and hid henchmen iin tho field might ho able to pull through but it is doubtful Whotl I or Mr llockham or Mr Black ro coivos the nomination tho forme Hhould call a special session of tho legislature null roponl the Qonbt election law With that odium meatniro on tho H tututo hook no democrat can win and with i it wiped off much of tho ammunitio tho republican are using would 10 lost to thom in tho campaign TUB HKHALD fought against tin enactment of tho law whoa it wa first promulgated because it doom ed it unfair undemocratic am unamorican Hut it was enacted tried and proved an ignominou failure a regular boomerang to thu democratic party It lost to tho party not IOHH than 26000 votes and caused tho dofoatof tin tickot It should ho wiped out- ofr existence tad in lion thoroo nn absolutely fair election lacy should ho enacted Lot Inch oloc tion hoard ho composed of oqiia numbers of both Limo democratic ind republican parties anti m man can have cause to complain Should Mr Black roceivu the noin nation and Mr licckham have the law repealed or amended as to give ouch party exact representation tho f democratic majority in No ember will easily be IMXK to 10000 In tho last election several Jiousand good democrats voted for Brown and for Taylor for no othor oason than because of thiH infa nOun election law and wore it tipod out they would return to thu fnltl If Mr llocklmm is today warded thu nomination thu boat thing ho can do to enhance his lection isi to call tho legislature ogether anti have tho law an lulled It will old thousands of otos to his columns and if hu loos not do it we can hardly hope tu win Whatever Limo result of tho deliberations of thu conven ion today time roponl of tho Goo hol oloction law should follow and our chances of success would bo roatly enhanced It imiafbo ro ooled or wo nro without hope fill ticket nominated at Kansas City on tho ith inst is tho finest ombitmtion that was ovor pro opted to tho American people lid that it will prove a winnor in ovombor is a foregone conclusion Mr Bryan is stronger by thous andy of votes that ho was in the last race ho made and Mr Stovon Hon in himself hasstronth n0l1Mri Bryan Now York state will givo Mr Bryan a handsome majority in tho noxtolootion whoro asi it wont against him before amminy and all tho othor powers that woro against him whoa ho nado tho Taco before aro now alidly for him and tho loading emoorats of that state soma of whom woro against him before havo this your pledged him that ho shall havo tho voto of tho state horo is ovory reason to believe thlt Mr Stevenson will carry Illi foist Indiana and Kentucky and r tho triumphant oloction of tho ckot ia thus assured beyond a msonablo doubt Tho pooplo are rod of republican rule Mr Mc inloys policy with Porto Rico and the unholy war ho js waging aiust tho Pilippinoa havo djs J lutaU troD AmoriaauuWholove liberty null whoso sympathies go lOUt to all who arc fighting for lit orty They aro tired of militarism and paying a rovonuo to mainta I a standing army for tho purpose to which President McKinley haH used it and in November thoy will rebuke him for his conduct and rologato tho republican part 1ho pooplo are opposed to trusts null tho republican party which fosters thorn They are oppose to tho centralization of capita I and tho republican party which encourages it The republican party has dourly demonstrated that it iisI for tho classes instead of the inns sos Itoncurages plutocracy amon the classes and creates pauperI among Limo masses The people are alive to the situation and knowing that thoy have it in their powor in November to change the aspcc of affairs and place tho govon moat in control of people that the know to bu their friends tho don ocratic party they will do HO by n decisive democratic majority OC tho pooplo by tho people null for thu peoplo are principles alway maintained by tho democratic party and tho people realizing this fact will place thong in power this full by a very decided majority JAH B CKCII of Morgan county is u candidate for representative of tho counties of Wolfo and Morgan the 01st legislative district and submits his claims to the demo crntic party ill convention or oth erwise as tho party may elect MrI Cecil though a native of Virgina has been the adopted son of Ken tucky for LJ yours and has there fore attained the majority of 21 yours on her soil lie has always boon a domocract always1 supported the nominees of the party mind ilways lout his time and used his individual mount to further tin Interest of tho party and its cnn lidates But notwithstanding all this 1 he has never before asked for in office not ovon u school trus teeship and thinks now it would only bo fair to receive tho nom inn tion for the oflico to which he as f piruH promising that in ovont ol his election hu will do all und everything in Iris power for the good of tlie mountains generally mind of thu counties ho represent in particular With this introduction we loaves his claims in time lands of his constituents confi lent that they will deal fairly with Illnm11hy send away from homo for tianoes organs sowingmachines buggies itc whet wo cnn nnll will save you money und goods will be irstcluss Wo soil direct from factories timid save you the jobbers profit which is always big enough Vo will repair your sowingma ihinos watches clclctllc in first iluss style and at reasonable prices Wo cat astonish you in prices on Inu bibles picture frames wutohos owolry ote oct KindlyI solicit ng the patronage of Wolfo and Burroulll till couties Mail orders shall have special Mention When unaworing this idvortisomont say you saw iit in the HABI GIIKKN HKKAII I am Very truly f T SKVKDO- N3tf Ilnzol Croon I I Ifyou want to keep posted on theI olitical issuo take TIIK HKAAID I nicolylauI1t1riod hould call on Robert Cord agent for tho Lexington Steam Laundry tho work of which is superior to hat of nay laundry in the state tf FARMFOR SALE A SMAU FAIIM of tie micros milo oC North Middletown Bourbon iltprovomoitsiouty Call on or address J S SWINNKY 28t North Middlotown Ky m1n41llrt 1 THE LEADING CLOTHING HOUSEH KENiTcLouis Straus- LEXINGTON Y NO ADVANCE IN PRICES = = = = = NO ADVANCE IN PRICES III 440000 WOrt of Fine Clotbin =AT THE OLD PRICES Goods have advanced 60 per cent but you can have them at the old prices Beautiful Suits at 500 Other Dealers ask 1000 Unautiful Glag Worstoff Suits atSOO5 Other Dealers ask 1000 Beautiful line of Boys and J Childrens Clothing WeaWIll save you 4U per cent Largest in the state j When you come to Lexington make our store J your headquarters r LOUIS 5 GUS STRAUS LEXINGTON KY nil Orders Filled Promptly IJ 1eR7r M 013 berms ni eetlt 11W 1 o0r Zrtd jj- I When You sujY 1 yourSellfiin one 5 of Bose f Company rev sect fitting uirs toJHfiya firm strive to pleiiHo und they thrlrJLlinkJUFt t innilitineriHiiiMiJlN Its fit utnllH well trimmed They t ire The Orlglnatord ol Low 1rlccn nfnr ciiHtoiiMinulu KarmentH andrJJl havulfacllltleH which no others rockmBIG SAMPLE BOOK P rCall early nnd make your Helectlon of n Suit or Over m + coat 1SAMPLESDISPLAYED v DY V1 iiSOLE AOINT X1r J EIIHAZEL GREEN KY i iNN1 OINTMENT FOR HORSES 1 stands attheheadofnllveterinnryrctitcdlcs Such troubles pI Spavins Curbs Windpuffii SDlints lluncbcn have no II Iwell1 Prico also UlailWY lINE SffOES 1 I have just received tho Guest lino and greatest variety of LADIES AND CENTS BOOTS fSHOES over brought to tho mountains nnd having bought thorn before tho riso 111ol1oyonovorymy Btock1or the price I cnn show tholll a frontlnco shoo that is a feelthati i stockRCSIQLfuUy M ROSE a rx Ms u m 1 jy 4 ltj T I Tonightk 4 If your liver is out of order canning Biliousness Sick headache Heart burn or Constipation take a doao of Hoods Pills On retiring and tomorrow your llitt gestive organs will bo regulated and readytfor any been tbo experience of others j It will boyqore HOODS PILLS arc Bold by all medicine dealers 25 etatt =fIE HERALD t =Y A FARM JOURNAL I Great From now to Doc 1003 Offer Nearly 5 Years I fly special nrrniigoinoni inntlo 1 IIy with tho publishers of tho FAUM I JoURNAL wo aro enabled to oiler that nnpor to every subscriber who I pays for THE 1T10RALD ono your nhwul for only 100 both papers for the price of ours only i our pn and tho FARM Jouuono yourper1 NAfc from now until Docoinbor 1903 iiuarly 5 yparo Tho FAUM t JOURNAL is nn old establishedI 1pu por enjoying grout popularityone t of tho best and most useful farm papers published f this olYor should bo accepted k without delay I Mrs F N Day who Ins been quitoIIt ill for tho past two weeks is slowly im proving Dr F M Ihomas of Ezel was visit ing his brotherinlaw Q C Daniel of this place on Monday l I John Mt HOMO and John Brown ore litI R Mt Sterling with 85 head of cattle HlillI sheepr I Minnie L Day opened school at Public Ii Square July Hth with n large enroll l ment and1 groat Iinterest is being mani f leafed Revs John Adams and Dick Childers 1 will preach at tho Johnson Hchool honlioII on the fifth Saturday and Sunday of thlI monthII John Davis has secured thcHorviccH ofI Din Barnett n firstclass blacksmith and is now prepared to attend all whoII weed work clolleII IINDIGESTION ttolllllch resulting iH relieved from by Hoods Snrfiuparilla ttho nrretit uloiu ach tonic and euro filr DYSPEPSIA Mrs Hilda DIY who hud an operation performed by Irs Ilreck Tnulbcennd A ONickellM mo ten days ago and hUH since been confined to her bed was HOIIIO better Monday but in still quite sick Catharine Hollon was on Tuesday ar reigned and tried before Ksijuiro John D lose Jr on the charge of breaking into tho house of Grant Minion on Qlllmoro creek mill held to circuit court In tho sum of 100 AH she was unable to give bail she wits sent to jail at Camp I ton LMI Dora Swango began her school at it Conwlalion Monday morning with a l largo attendance Several of the patrons 1wero in to see the school open and were I pleased to see HO much interest being tmanifesled This in Mrs Swangos sec t term nt this school 111111 gaVe general satisfaction last year Mrs Dora obtain ed in Juno n lirHtcluss cortlllcate Ik First come first served so inarch upI and pay for TIIK Hiunin n year ahead 1I tWe have a clubbing arrangement with y that good little paper tho Farm Journal f1byl which wo can semi our paper QUO year and tho Farm Journal nearly fi yearn re mainder of 11100 and nil of 1001 1U02 IT4 wilhoullll1yfurtlwrpnyPay lit JW it re A LYON JIt j y 1 agIA Insurance Agentt of Eastern pluckye oaeu Benttyvillc and Jn keen i DEMOCRATIC CONVENTION Tho WolfeKeet Oaaptcm Blackrumiant ountychllrmncountyact the17thdelegates to tho IexiiiRton convention to nominate n candidate for governor The byCllnirnllul OBwas elected temporary chairman IOI forwtemporary secretary mill motion carried I On motion of W H Kash the tempo ponnnuont1hereupan mitlco on crcdentlnhvlz 0vHollionA cominlllcocompoapdof 0 RSwnngo 11 F rierntt J 11 Hollon Dave HnnkH and L F Vaimant was appointed on ren olutioiiH The committee on credentials reported and they were unaninmuidy adopted rcportedthc thelimacon vention Resolved 2 That wo approve tho n ndmlllilltrntlon t 0Resolved hlhefor president nnd Aillnlu 15I SIOVCIIHOII thedeuutcraltethe platform endorsed by that conven lion anti nameUesolvedI IllroInllflerthe man whom they bcliovo to bo the strongest for governor nod vote on all ithei party demoerltidy Resolved r That A T Combs Ivl a ward O Tnulboe OI II Swango W II Kash I W Combs 1 II Hollon 0 W fallco U IU Carroll W L hush Jr P- Itose111I Linden J ATnulbceCI 0 Hanks James X Hose Davidl Hanks nnd II F 1iernll bo nopointed delegates to attend the convention nt Ix xington and tlicywill vote ana unit Oil all questions arising in said convention as n majority may determine J F Vansant introduced substitute- to the above resolution asking for in nilnotions for J C W Hcckham but the substitute way lost h In tho shnlllo- On motion of J H Hollon the con vention adjourned sine die A T CO11US KiixVAiti 0 TAiinri ChalrmnllII Special Otter In Music for Readers of This Paper We are in receipt of a copy of KI T InuUs latest mill greatest march just front the press entitled paten of theICentury March The title page I I work of art withotiHoubt the handso mefcl overseen on u piece of music stag niliccntly lithographed in five colors Mr1 1iitill is known nil over the country people who use music as being hyJJ of tho celebrated Hen Ilur Chariot Race March which is a universal favorite Otter famous marches composed by him are Charge of tho Light Brigade America Forever A Warmln Up in Dixie great characteristic piece etc Thin new march of Mr TnullVDawn of the Century is said by competent judges to bo 0110 of tho best over placed on the market Mr Uaull is styled by tho leading New York music journals liThe Now Marcia King Every plume and organ player should have n copy of this piece It has six full pages of music In consideration of our mentioning this now mnrch In our news columns the pub lishers agree to furnish any of our read ers with a complete copy of the piece for 2rc in postage stamps or silver pro vided this notice and this paper is men tioned otherwise the regular price fiOc will bo charged The publishers also agree to furnish free to any render of this par for a 20 postage stamp a cat alogue of their publications containing thirty pages of music This special offer cnn only be obtained by mentioning tills paper nnd writing direct to the pub fishers lK T 1aull MulcCoMW 29th St New York Jolla rieraltof the Murphy fork was in Ml Sterling Monday and ho says It was ono of the dullest markets ever scan cattle on there ThereOthic00 the I were loft I over and about tho same number of sheep but tho demand was light Hoftj conspicuous by their absence u were horses sold well one ho noted at 1 1W and mules teemed in fair demand of Maylown paidI I Doc Knah sand wife call Thursday loafs pleasantour offlco a manipulation of the type ea nlllKIIb quite R mystery TeaBVSIITUN 10QODonrthoughtn TntIIwithMrMurlhycoke cronin wo could oat and I toll you it was a good dny to houRoJoopingtlo town usIa7olvoryquiotin ourhousee live ini n Kentucky neighbor hood j they have till boon AO nico to us Thoy have ollVrod us free access to thoir gardens which woe vory accoptablo as wo did notII glrdonrhoyj largebasketThoy havo tho lincst crops hnro- I over saw There aro hundreds of oaten of broom corn raised in this neighborhood 1 think they oom nionco cutting it soma tnnu in l i gruntclunlI nm getting along nicely with my church work Wo have good crowds every Sunday and wo have splendid Sunday school about 125 enrolled but not that many regular Sister Alice Fraier has tho infant class and she is doing n good work Sho has 70c children unrolled but about IO in attendance Tho children seem to think n grunt deal of her and Homo of them call her mother and in speaking of them she will say my children n Lot mo say to the married sisters purtjllou can do If wo will work with will 1 do hope that our school that hits done so much for Haslnrn Kentucky willlot bo moved from llaxol Green JfI the hoard couldonly known theI anxiety wo all have and know the good it has done and will still do they surely Would lot it stay Wo are truly sorry to hoar of tho death of Howard Wilson Kindest regards to everybody in and near llaxol Green I am as ever your friend J T PIKUATT rttDont Emulsion Stop weather be y until you are curedIt will heal your lungs and give you rich blood in sum mer as in winter Its cod easyL Ills Mrs George Perkins of Canoy who was taken to Iouisvillo Homo two months I since to have an operation jicrforincd upon her for tumor in the side returned home last week and stopped at 111 Longs en route 1ho physicians at the hospital where she was taken decided that tho danger in performing an operation would bo too grert to insure its success and her recovery and abandoned the idea Silo In said to suffer greatly Willie Kadi of Browns Valley Cali fornia on Tuesday arrived at Krel his homo prior to his location in Calliornia whore ho has lived for about six year ITo is n brother to Hell and Ova Kash of IKzcl and will bo remembered by the pays and girls who were his former asso ciates Ho is hero to visit relatives of whom ho has n boat besides his brothers nod tp recreate torn couple of months or more Ho is delighted with California nnd thinks his remaining days will be spent there Tho colored work in Biggie Berry Book is an imnienw old to berry pgrowers It Dhows tho leading berries true to sire rtiapil nail color They were first care fully painted by an experienced artist anti then reproduced by lithography at a coat of over ono thousand dollars Aside from tho color work there are scores of reproductions made directly from photo graphs of berries no that the render may have nn accurate idea of them The price is 00 cents by mall j address tho publishers WlimcVAtkinaon Co Phil adelphia tiCircumstances Alter Cases In cjwof of dyspepsia herrouineu catarrh rheumatism eruptions ete thoelrcura iincc may lo altered by purlfyl rtmd efcrtekuur the bloat with Hood HariaparUU Tnlt j Heeds Plus euro blllewwem tatfacfce i- 7t I KtCGVvY ktofcttsvw tScvSaTdn Kvv Refierence 1 IngtoInbsakalmOmclal Award at twnworld rxpasoteographerefur0ourlUorernorslNeaa- rereitt I iMioB Join Bt k1tutIeplnnwIlhllcttratarpllcatlontoWCesndbinuto aught alo YhuUtw iriti AqIradualrauuecoaluLPhonography Xo Yi alive 5- s85 tO Can fcViRflllJllllontloof and taard frr young turn at thli OolUw who m mow latoI Itallc N KyrtKItlr1TI prqrwora mratj year Umuahuq rust rIU0 O Married at tho residence of Spencer Gaper on Wednesday night tho 18th inst Nouh Taylor and Miss Sarah Inom Elder Henry Adams ofllclattiif The groom is the well known Korea trainer null driver who lull been in the employ of J T Day for tliu past several years and who is regarded us ono of tho most honorable colored men of the county and who has a hOlt of friends in both ahlto and colored circle 1ho bride has taco In tho employ of tho editor for nearly three years past as cook and house ser ant and is 0110 of the most stylish look ing colored females in tho country Silo has a host of friends also among white and colored people nnd nil hothII know tho bride and groom congratulate I them upon tho happy termination of nIcourtship which has lasted some three years That or lIIorcII ling drummers Ike Hartllold represent hug Ollggellhelnwr Co wholesale dry goods and notions Lynchburg Vn was guest of the Day Ilouse from Saturday until Monday Mr Hartfield has had n coal in Tin HIIIAII fur more than n year and he regards the money spent for it as the best investment he has made Mince he has been on till rood Certain it is that ho sells more than other smiles nut advertising and he attributes much of his MUCCCHH to the ad in Tut IIiniAli Hence ho renewed his card for mother year and besides made us n present of n very handsome French briar pipe for both of which acts he has our thanks Oh for an hundred lartllelds and Tin HIUMI would bloxom as a green bay tree A mad owcrclltcdcOllllhlernhlo excite meat In the Consolation neighborhood c Wednesday Sho first appeared at I axel Green and entered the printing olllce but way driven out Hubiuqucntly situ got litter Mrs nom Swango who look refuge on a fence Two school boys who were after water encountered her and escaped her wroth only by beating her oil with clubs Su caught a colt by the tail and swung corners with it for some t tune null wns on till war path generally Homo men In tho neighborhood alarmed e at the antics of the animal started out to kill tho brute but whether they suc ceeded hills not been learned ft TO TIIK 1lAlCA sick lady cured of her deafness and noises In tho 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opera house had boon tranBformoi into a veritable flower garden Tin decorations wore very graceful amI undor palms and bountiful tropical ilowors by tho light of many col orod globoB tho groat ball woi opened at 880 to tho music of tit Fifth U S cavaly band ThotroopwaBhonorod by tho pros onco of Colonel and Miss IlalTorty Captain and Mrs GuroviuOnptoll1 and Mrs Moginnis 1st Lieut and MrA Gray Lieutenants Richards Cooper Hall Halstoad Nadal Lieut P W Arnold tho prosonl troop commander and 1st Liout S If Elliott tho rogimontal ad jutaut tho organizer and tho fathni of tho troop accompanied by Mrs Elliott Everyone seemed to havo a royal good tame and tho refreshment served undor direction of the troops choC do ouiaino Putrid Dunio assisted as much toward tho general onjoymont as tho ex ecution of tho up to dato dance programA pleasant nature of the celebration was tho prosnco at tin ball of many of tho city nfliciaU and thoir families Mr Toillard tho French Consul maul ninny oth ora kindly presented tho troop with flowers and showed the grontust in I terest in tho success of tho occasion f Time dancing was kept up till 51 a in when after tho Hinging of Auld Lang Syne thu few remain lug hours till rovoillo worn OCl- UpimllJy pouch making First Ser goant Miles K Taulboo carrying off tho honors Ho gave a history of the troop and exhorted tho members to always hnvo before them and follow their troops mot to In Unity is Strength sea History sr Troop I fllli ttnvnlrjr Troop iafith Cavalry was ro organized at Tampa Fla Juno 21 1808 under tho command of 1st Liout S II Elliott 5th cay On that unto twentyfive moo wore transferred from the older troops of tho regiment and to this nu cleus sixtyfour recruits worn added two days later The troop was fortunate in securing at the start a particularly efficient set of non ojmmiBsionod oHicors and undor thoir skillful instruction the troop rapidityThobulk and not by piecemeal and in this tho troop was more fortu nato than some of the udder organ izatioiiH About July fth remount horses wore received by tho regi mont and tho troop received its quoto lly decision of tho rogi montal commander all tho oft col ored horses wore assigned to II U troop So tho mount was pinto iin the fullest souse of tho word ranging as it did front snowwhite to coalblack This was rectified to some oxteutwhilo tho troop was atlluntsvillo Alabama the whites and grays being turnod into the j Qurtormastors dopartmont and thoirrlacos filled upon the muster Ohio volunteer cavalry by bays taken from the mount of that regiment Notwithstanding tho hoat of tho L Florida summer and tho general sickness of Tampa tho troops worked hard and uncomplainingly and soon lost ita character as a re cruit troop On July 20th it was assigned to tho 1st squadron and was considered fit for any duty In point of drill it became tho poor of any troop in tho regiment and its discipline and attention to duty has always boon from time day of its reorganization a matter for congratulation to every officer whoso lot has boon with it Tho troop sailed with tho first wing of tho rogimont on Nov Oth lSDS V and lobarkod at Maynguox- J Nov 17 1808 It was nsaignod to 1station at Los Marias and arrived at that point Nov 24th relieving company M 1st Kentucky vol infantry On May 24 18UO it changed station to Mayaguoz where it has remained with tho oxcop tion of San Gorman tours over since h Tho troop lost Us first commander by his detail as rogimontal adju taut Captain Schylor its com mander is at present Col 20th U 8 vol infantry and hia succoesor CaptaIn B B Bryan reooivod tho y v appointment of rogimontal quar tormastor The first sergeant of tho troop Toronco Hamill was rocontly commissioned R liouton- nnt in tho Porto Rico regiment Captain W A Holbrook the pres ont captain of tho troop is now in tho Philippine Islands a major of tho l8th U S vol infantry OlIBKUVKK Ifyour horso or mule has a lump bunch bone spavino curb splint or any liko ailment go to 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