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Digital page images are linked to the text file. -- i r IImelGrees SPENCER COOPER OwncC and Editor JL JL JCj Jl 1801 mnnammmm Of u Noisy World With News From All Nations Lumbrintf nt His Briok 100 jtjllVJ A YEAR aiSVHXTH XKJhl touisaqu S STftAUe J miimiin i uw jlim HAZEL UlEKX WOLFE COUNTY ICY FRIDAY MARCH 20 AlwylhxT nno NUMBER IJC i STATE SUNSHINE AND SHADOW over the World in a week Lucas Corttst nged 82 and deÂ¬ Clothiers of Kentucky LEXINGTON KENTUCKY wwt Stocfc 1st of lew M HONEST VALUES -O- -W PRICES HIGH GRADES When you Visit Lexington do not fail to give us a call SMAIIi ORDERS PROMPTLY ATTENDED TO NEW STORE NEW GOODS Fall X Dry Goods Notions Boots Shoes Clothing Mens All Wocl Suits Only 750 iT4nTniXG mate business Tr is reported that W II Pope former Are now ru n a Fresh ami Choice Stock of teller of the City National bank Louisville who disappeared about a year ago with 70000 of the banks funds ha been caught and that part of the money will bo recovered To which tliey invite the attontioijif the citizens of Hazel Green and vicinity consist- A society belle nt Dover gave birth to a child and hid it under an old kettle in the back yard where it died from Also FARM IMPLEMD fs AND SEEDS OF ALL KINDS ncclcct A prominent vounij man of that town is supposed to be the father of the babe Great excitement prevails nnd the clothing dcjirtmciit is chock full of bargains GUKAXrEED AS REPRESENTED OR MONEY John Williams of Hopkinsville a brakeman on tho Louisville and Nash- Â¬ ville railroad fell from the top of a moving freight train at Guthrie and had both legs broken below the knee The The shattered bones protruded through the llesh Â¬ Rose Swango Winter Goods vry WM JJbckktth was convicted of the murder of Mnrshnl John T Hubbard nt crepit was jnorrlcd to Mary Fregor aged 17 at Coluntbus Ind last week Tho Louisville in 1887 At Falmouth Jofl Bray received a groom ha boon thrco times married and ildren while sentence of sixteen years for tho murder raised n family of eight has been married four times the bride of Thornton Lucas last fall besides this nnd fourtimes divjhecdV LmnvAY Lrcwis who killed his father in Harlan recently has been taken to All of hci husbands arcOt alive except She has a family ono who was drowned Stanford jail for safe keeping of thrco children Pnkumonia is tho prevailing disease Celcstlno Kaltcnbach tho oldest at MnysvUlo and the mortality for the postmaster in tho Northwest died Tues past two wcojes has been unprecedented at his homo in Potosi Wis Elza Canpentkr aged 21 years and day night He was appointed postmaster aged 80 unmarried wife drowned at tho Forgo at Potosi in 1838 nnd with tho excep- Â¬ mill dam in Slate crcok two miles east tion of two years held tho position until of Owingsvillc his death Aim ah am Cmne who has been mys Â¬ Thomas Massey a prominent mer- Â¬ teriously missing from Indianapolis for chant of Milwaukee Wis while leaning nearly a year has turned up in Louis out of his attic window to dislodge some villo alivoand well icicles lost his bnlnuuo nndsfcll to tho Tin Maysvillo Democrat has changed sidewalk below His skull was fractured its name as well as ownership It is now and his neck broken causing instant known as Tho Commonweal and Hon death Samuel M Gaines is tho proprietor and -- The Tennessee legislature last week editor passed a bill requiring all railroads who Judoe Thompson of Louisville de Â¬ ther run by steam or electricity to procided that horse racing is not a game of vide separate cars for white and colored chance and that the pool rooms could passengers and to see that tho latter not be closed as they were doing a legiti rode in the cars provided for them Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ NO PAY NO PAPER collect v i to ena Â¬ ble us to meet our expenses ami wo hopo all may renew promptly In solf dofotiso wo MIbt drop from our list all who do fiir SwpWe are compelled to subscriptions promptly not do so without further notice C35T YOUR SUBSCRIPTION Expire hoping you will renew we remain Very respocfully yours J f TDil 180 Thanking you for past patronage and SPENCER COOPER Ifyou have run over time paid to the date Will show from what time you owe and you will oblige by remitting tho balance he It ever so little ANNOUNCEMENT We arc authorized to announce GKQHGK W DUAKKas a candidate for ShifrllT of Wolfe County suhjcot to action of tho Pern oerallc party c While Mrs Ferguson wife of Col P Ferguson of Milnor Ga was baby in dressing her front of the fireplace tho child bounced from its mothers lap into tho lire and burned to death Half of the regular police force forty mail carrieis fifty postal clerks and hundreds of others at Chicago III are As pneumonia mi fieri ng with la grippe follows in many cases tho mortality is great John Pinnell traveling for Monroe Bros Si Co Philadelphia died suddenly at Clarksburg W Va from nervous prostration and insomnia resulting from D threc-month-ol- d Â¬ I IAZKI ipJIEEN KY s 1 Applcton and Miss Kate Witty were married in a buggy in front of a liyery AND DPALKK IX stable The lady was visiting relaties Appleton took her buggy riding pro posed was accepted and obtaining a li cense they were married And Trimmings of All Kinds In the trial of Will Dudley colored iot- iiml at low prices COFFINS OF AM illor charged with the murder of his stepvnH vViWiVS10 rnnMb ik i tviMJa AM SIr from tin Ilitimusf k i vi J i nm minimii riiinni c i i i r father Mason Thomas at Georgetown nan tvon can hnv the trimiiiiiicM i i Pr tfhns from nj liave a line licarse and a win ilcllver colhns cheap the jury disagreed and were discharged Tom Trumbough colored charged with OP ALL tho murder of Win E Wade was dis Â¬ nient ue such that I pan fimiUli Timniic - charged on the ground of self defense TOMBSTONES from miv kind of Mnrlilc nr Vimitn imi n Dan Douolah was accidentally shot till fry lowest prices Vcryrespcct fully Ac J W CKAVKN in his shooting gallery by a colored girl named Emma Hickman Ho stooped to pick a cartridge from tho lloor and just as ho raised up the girl pulled the trig- Â¬ ger A large hole had been inflicted by PKV1 l in the bullet in the right temple and the Emma is in brains were oozing out jail This at Louisville UNDERTAKER COFFNSCASKETS - At Hopkinsville last Friday Robert riSSky tea Â¬ a young lady rePetersburg Ohio while stand siding at ing in front of a grate had her clothing ignited causing injuries that resulted in her death John Liighman a saloon keeper at Lima Ohio took a dose of sugar of lend instead of suits the two being in similar packages be lind the bar His life is des Â¬ Â¬ alcoholism Miss Idr Burkcy Â¬ paired of A - 1 FURNITURE KINDS REPAIRED IT General JSCarries CASKEY GIUCEX KY Dress Good ljy Goods Merchandise HAZEL J H Si a complete lino of Notions Boot Shoes taple and Fancy Groceries Drugs and Patent Medicines to which he invi tes your ttontion and which ho will soil at the lowest prices for cash lien in search of bargains lie sure and give him a call and youll save money MWMtNnaaMBHaMHaaHnHBHMaHMaaa Livery Sale Stable II ZKL OUR o PIERATT n ky WSTDpublp and Sngle Turnouts and Saddle Horses for hire Pat t es convoyed to any point on reasonable turm o- - will also attend i hM calls for nuctinnui ring and solicit huMnebs ol this kind Hoxpuctfullv ku JOllN II I IKK ATT I For Lodges of all kinds printer in tho best stylo nnd at the lowest rate Just now wo nro offering Masonic By Lnws a neat little hook of 2 p IxOJ inchew with a neat cover 100 copies prepaid b tail for ony 1000 KaTThis book contains Iiy U Rlesf Order Fu Â¬ neral Services at the Grave oic and all roasnnnhln o made to suit tho Lqdgo making tho order gend ror copy of n0 your order now if you want to save money 9 SMAl iOyM Usfor Any Kind of Printing AddtchS Tire 1ER AiP oCrNoecf Cut Ills Throat Another breeze of excitoment struck our city yesterday noon Young Georgo Anderson aged about 20 sou of Dr Bob had a difficulty with n negro named Jim l800t00 havo been legally imported Ewing ovcrtho Rhine in which Ewing n threat previously mado to flog him completely sovered the largo muscle of at San Francisco He mot them with a shot gnu and killed Hon tamer at Paris France was his neck on the left side missing tliqf Tarlton Brndshaw ono of their number Soon after ho moved to Tqxas and in torn tc pieces by one of hlslions as horjiujmln- Sy n imirfs breadth It is sail I poij Waylaying a blagk hjiV ihi 1880 he was brought back Mpou an in- was driviifg them to heir aigesv after t HiogfMjJylHlt tb i dictment for tho murder oT Bradshaw uay s ruining Ui wniuiriiniiiil but was acquitted His tijial cost him Parry II Hill ndvfliiconggjitfi DginQarj heavily and ho at once beg m suit to re- - drnmitia enmjmny was finedl and cover Hit judgment is np ainst well-to- at frU iifity Jliio to thrwlng do citizens near Columbia on th jthult XA ofyQaj enr v UnrW A Nnvut Falling Hoim dy Meoiumink tho only pe incut euro Ohio whk instantly killedj hij ralgin urjf tree railing oiKhimMna for all forms ol headache n T - t vlll relievos tho pain in from l l vl utcs For salo oi positive T Â¬ Â¬ 1 3 south bound train on tho Chesa peake and Nashville- railroad jumped the track recentlv at Beothpaye Tenn The mail car and contents were burned The special train carrying tho re- Â¬ mains of Senator Hearst arrived in San Francisco on Friday last and the funeral took ph cc Sunday afternoon Francis Murphy the great temper- Â¬ ance orator concluded a ten days meet Â¬ ing at Warsaw Iud by holding a mon ster farewell last Wednesday Lovcis on tho Lower Mississippi are breaking on account of high water and all tho lowlands arc flooded causing seOak Bottom rious dairngc to plantations The citizens of Black Lewis county have been greatly annoyed Corporal Tanner of pension fame by thieves luring the pst winter but has been appointed member of tho Stato have been unable to locate tho guilty Railroad and Warohouso commission by parties Last week two farmers lost a Gov Fifr of Illinois lot of meat corn and chickens and next Eight miners descending u coal morning followed a trail to a point ten shaft at USallc Til fell a distance of miles below on the river and found the 100 feet All wero badly bruited but ufiilfn frindn nn n fiiinilv bout none fatally injured On Friday last Win T dunlin cT Judge Colbert of the Creek Nation Texas obtained a judgment in tho Fed- Â¬ sentenced Sam Logan to bo shot to has eral court at Louisville for 10000 dam death n Cheekotah I T for the mur- Â¬ ages Thrco years ago Cundih lived der of oo Mcintosh near Columbia and fgr somo reason was During tho past four months 00000 Ono night twenty of his unpopular pounds of prepared opium valued at neighbors camo to his house to carry out Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Tor KojjlNtrr or tho Lanil Ollleu The great big heart of tho Sentinel Democrat goes out in sympathy for poor old Uncle Tom Corbott as we pencil these lines heralding to a politically paralyzed populace the sad intelligence that your Undo Thomas has at last a running mate for tho Democratic nomination for Register of tho Land office Judge G B Swango of Wolfo county member of the Constitutional Conven Â¬ tion from the counties of Montgomery Powell Wolfo and Menofee is announced as a candidate for that office subject to the action of the Democratic party Judge Swango is our friend and neigh bor Uncle Thomas is our friend and whatever follows in support of the claims of our friend and neighbor arises from the fact that wc do not lovo Ctesar less but Rome more and tho odium of com- Â¬ parison is not to be understood Judge Swango is one of the best known men in this section of tho State and as a citizen an official and a Democrat there is not a blot upon his record Faithful and true in all the relations of life he commands universal esteem and he possesses sufficient qualifications to discharge well the duties of any officoju which he might nspiro He has iauurhis mark in the Con Con as ono of tho most active and level headed men in that august assembly and tho fruits of his labor and judgment will tell for good in the new constitution if adopted Latek Since writing tho above it has assumed the aspect of a tri uominal derby Maj Alex Grant of Franklin county a well known and popular Dem Â¬ ocrat having just announced his candi dacy for the nomination Sentinel DemÂ¬ Â¬ Â¬ v i t - hi - ocrat Other Suu Jlllll Hon G B Swango of Wolfe county is announced as a candidate for Register of the Land Office subject to the action of tho Democratic State convention fudge Swamto has served ono or two terms in the legislature has been county v judge of his county and is now a mom her of the Constitutional Couvcntfqnir ipoteiftnndfr He Is in every respect well fitted for tho efficient llLolinWjrtfor the duties of the office to which h el 1hMA uMl2fl3r pi res and it nominated ins administrajfrik tion of tho affairs of the office wiIEsp alike creditable to himself and the pcoplp t of tho State lie is by birth and rest- deuce nn Eastern Kentucky or mountain man and will doubtless receive a pretty solid yoto from the eastern section of tho State Catloltsliurg Democeat An 1 Â¬ Â¬ r knit h g rn Mill- - Vkiidkmirc tr iimiAin iniiuu m lison St r liujJnywJ - 1 V im I had mado up my mind to stand on my half defiant but tho ashy pallor or his I trbd to oootho him but was not dlsa Confederate for many of my dearest I recall the last words I had checks tho haunted expression in bis nointod at my failure A mnn wM kinsmen and friends hnd onrollcd thom dignity Bolvcs under tho samo banner Captain heard from hor lips words that out mo dark eyes and tbo norvous twitching of rypo about his neck and tho gallows In Bront I doubt If ho was regularly com Â¬ and pained mo moro cruelly than tho tho lips told how keenly ho felt tho sit- Â¬ sight Is in no mood ta listen to plati tude missionedcommanded boforo his ar- Â¬ shell which subsequently at Bonton uation Go Harry I gavo him my hand and said as I Promising to spond tho night with rest an irregular troop who hrd givon villo toro oif my right arm him I went out to attend to tho duties themsolvos tho namo Partisan Hang- Â¬ Wutts and join tho Lincoln hirelings If led him to a seat iiCStnrfof Love and ers Frank I am mighty sorry to find you that had loon my excuso for coming to Thcso mon had shown themselves you will but after you havo takon that to bo oxports In gathorlng up horses step I wish novor to sco your face in this fix camp Dick Bobingon Every few min Â¬ I havo no fault to find with my be Â¬ utes I dropped into tho telegraph office whllo they wero cruel in thoir treat Â¬ again UY MAJOR ALFRHI It CALHOUN I repeated thcso words to myself as 1 ing a prisoner for that is tho fortune of at headquartert In tho hopo of hearing ment of tho non combatant Union men of tho State Unfortunately such con- Â¬ neared tho placo whoro I know I should war ho said with a nonchalant air that a favorabllv answer had boon reduct was not peculiar to tho Southern find Carrio for sho was beckoning to As good or even hotter men than my Â¬ ceived from Mr Lincoln but ton mo as I approached But when I saw self havo had to submit to capture But oclock came with increased wind and CUAPTEK I When It was found that Kentucky tho beautiful palo faco and tho expres Â¬ I do object to beingconvioted of a orimo rain Without a woriV that might give For Gods salo dear Harry cotno to that her valleys and hopo to tho condoranodvman mo at onco Brother Frank was capt- Â¬ must tako sides and battle Holds Frank sion of unutterable woo in her oyes I which I am Incapable of committing hills woro to bo forgot tho dignity I had promised my- Â¬ But thero must havo been ovidonco ured by your people at Lebanon ten Bront ONTINlKI NEXT AyKKK and I parted in anger ho to go self forgot tho Indignity with which against you I said quietly daya ago Ho was charged with being a South with John Morgan and his Lox- - sho had dismissed me and feeling only So thoro wasl ho exclaimed but npy takon to Camp Dick Robinson and W V JUSTIOE tuon after a trial that must havo been a Ington Rifles and I to don thobluo and that on my sido at loast tho lovo of from first to last tho condemnatory part judicial farco ho was sontenccd to yellow and fight under tho old ilag Ho our early association had survived tho was porjured had boon recklessly bold In his coming parting I reached out both hands and You rofer to tho murdor of John D E death and his going and as a conscquonco Harding nqar Perry villo said huskily Is so prostrated by tbo nows Mothor Office on Fairfax Street 4 Doors Ilelow ho had brought on capture I got your lottor Carrie and I havo Yes thats it Captain Harding was that alio can not leavo her bed and I which I rogarded ashlmsolf tho from tho Bees II011se lnovitablo como killed how or by whom I know not but feel as If my senses wore deserting mo first and ho was now threatened with a WINCHESTER KY jyly Shogavo mo hor right hand and I I do know that at tho date of tho mur- Â¬ If brothor bad fallen In battle light Â¬ death which many belloved ho deserved could soo in tho half averted faco dor I was still with my command two ing for the causo so dear to him and to the struggba botwoen pride and feel- Â¬ hundred miles away said Frank with TSAAC W HOSE his family tho blow woilld havo been still CHAPTER II ing Sho mado an oiTort to speak but a fierco oarnestness that convinced mo hard to bear but It would havo boon as Tho following afternoon found mo ovorcomo by Attorney-at-La- w her omotlons sho dropped ho was telling tho truth Heaven compared with bolng hanged with my troop at camp Dick Robinson But could you not provo yourwhoro Into a chair and covored hor faco with like a dog and this for an offonso of when I at onoo reported to tho com- Â¬ MAYTOWN KY abouts at tho time I asked her hands Will pjMiee in the Courts of Morgan and which ho Is entirely Innocent old friond General Boyle mandant my Wolfi doiiihVas Special attention to collec I heard hor low moaning whllo her Provo my whereabouts at tho time I did not think during this strupglo Tho Gonoral had known Frank Brent to ask a favor from any man woaring a sinco that unfortunate young mans slonder form swaged as if sho would bo ropeated Why bow could I bring tion ihd returns prouuptlv made blue uniform nor should I do so under childhood and I found him In sore dis Â¬ rock her agony to rest this and tho tears any of my mon boforo a Yankco court MAY any othor circumstances I am em Â¬ tress ovor tho execution which was to pouring through hor llttlo whito fingers martial to provo an alibi Â¬ But aro thoro no Union troops who boldened to appeal to you when I recall tako placo before ton oclock tho follow- Â¬ and falling on her heaving breast unlttorney-at-La- w nerved mo moro than tho unoxpected might havo been aware of your vicinity that your family and mino woro neigh- Â¬ ing morning appearanco of all Braggs army could It is your custom to lot your where Â¬ bors since long boforo wo were born MAYTOWN KY I am powerless to help Frank said abouts bo known I said that you and Frank wero playmates In tho Gonoral after wo had been talking havo dono Will pjactice in the Courts of Morgan and A man novor appreciates his want of Frank Brent rose and bogan pacing Wolfe bounties Special attention to colboyhood and that you woro classmates a few minutes for tho ovidonco is all nt Contor Collcgo when tho war burst against him It was any othor man If powor or roalizcs how utterly holpless it tho floor whllo ho stroked his soft lection and returns promptly made upon us nor can i iorgot mat tnoro was i naa not known him sinco bo was a is possiblo for him to become so much brown beard in a porplexcd way Sud Â¬ F IJYlli a time when I hold moro than a sisters h hi ami tita tMnr tw wnu n as when ho tries to check tho flow of a denly coming to a halt boforo mo ho placo in your heart By tho memory of school girl I should say without hesita- Â¬ beautiful womans tears By an oJTort fixed his oyes on tho floor and said ATTORNEY AT LAW Thoro is ono of your men an old of will rather than becauso of my well- the happy past I invoke your aid in tion that ho richly desorved his fato this tho hour of our sore distress Recalling tho fact that mon on our meant attempt to pacify her Carrio friond of yours who is now in Libby CMPTON KY I was in command of a troop of caval- Â¬ sido as woll as on that of the South Brent brushed tho tears from horchcoks prison who if ho wero here could the Courts of Wolfe and Will Drawee ry and was on my way to join Burnsidc often had to dlsguiso thomsolves in or- Â¬ and springing to her foot cried out in a provo that on tho very day John Hard Â¬ adjoiningcounties Special attention ing was killed I was in Powells valloy collcctioi and furnishing abstract of titleto at ICnoxvillo For two months wo had der to get through to soo their friends voice full of pleading and passion near Cumberland Gap boon hunting Tinker Davo Beatty Oh Captain Watts savo my brother when on leavo or furlough I said Who is the man I asked and his bushwhackors in tho Cumber Do not lot your pcoplo becomo his mur- Â¬ Under tho circumstances It seems HOUSE Howard Scott la d mountains in my nativo state protty bard to charge a Kontucklan with derers Hazel Gitrnx Ky Howard Scott a prisoner Kontucky and woro glad of tho recall being a spy I ex Feeling that it would bo cruol to re Â¬ Ms LOU DAY lronrietress to a more congenial field peat to her what General Boylo had claimed Tins liiisc lias been recently refitted and Do you know tho circumstances Yes captured by mo on tho tonth reJimiiJed and the table is at all times sun- Wo woro encamped on tho old battlo asked tho Goneral told mo or to assuro hor of my own ina day of October tho day of tho murdor plied wth the best in the market Bates field of Mill Springs tho first complete bility to assist her I said vaguely Only in a general way I replied reasonable Sanfple room attached and spe a iUory of tho war whon a black Union For your sake and your mothers as mind you captured by mo two hun Â¬ cial ratM to commercial men ratromige is Ho was captured in citizens dress dred miles from tho placo where Hard- Â¬ respectfully solicited noar Lobanon explained Gonoral well as in tho interost of humanity you ntily I am usually Boylo but wo might overlook that may depend on my doing every tiling in ings body was found woro it not for tho fact that on tho trial my powor for your brothor But I should well mounted but no horso could mako HOUSE it was provod conclusively that Frank llko to ask what you know about his thatdistanco in a few hours said Frank Brent with a norvous laugh Brent a fow weeks boforo his arrest case CAMPTON KY I shall not deny what you state Wantonly murdered an old and re Â¬ I can toll you Franks story as ho I S S COMHS PKOlMtllTOR spected Union citizen over on Chaplin told It to me and I never knew him to I said but as you can not corroborate it it uoes not npip your caso As wo creek near Ierryville He had a fair lio sho roplicd Tie patronage of the traveling public is Is it not true that Frank was in cit- Â¬ aro not exchanging prisonors now respMfully solicited Table the nest and trial and thero is no getting away from Lieutenant Scotts presence is out of everj attention for the comfort of guests tho evidence izens dross whon captured I asked And has ho offered no dofense I is but you should know how dif Â¬ tho question though I will confess It asked ficulthow oven impossiblo it is for that his evidence would savo you over FRED KELLAM Ho had ovidently been thinking WITH Ho mado a statement but thero was Confederate soldiers to sccuro proper h every chance to avert his sentonco for nothing to confirm it uniforms Go to camp Chaso or look at M S TIMMONDS Then thero is no hope for him tho prisoners recontly brought hero and ho said quietly Gonoral Boylo believes ho can got I fear not said tho General com Â¬ you will soo that although captured in pressing his lips and shaking his head battle not one half bf thern aro in uni- Â¬ your President to postpone tho dato If POUTSMOUTH 0 that is done Scott can bo paroled spe Â¬ iplSly But ho added aftor a pause lam form sho said cially exchanged or his evidence taken making an elTort to got tho date of tho I was forced to confess that if I had in Richmond can sentonco postponed been on tho court martial I should not a flag of truco be sent through under CHARLEY SHIVELY Ho does not like me WITH What havo you done havo paid much heed to tho dress worn and thero is no lovo lost between us 1 havo telegraphed tho President anu Co capt- Â¬ by tho prisoner at tho time of his Julius Louchlieim ho a bravo man and am expecting a reply at any rnomont ure and although I did not tell her so but notis even to got squaroho would not Clothing with me for And if a favorable answer does not I was very sure that tho ofllcers who lie tho trick that led to his capture LOUISVILLK KY come by to morrow morning tried Frank Brent wero not influenoed THE HOY WAS WELL MOUNTED i I Then said tho General solemnly ap23ly Branch of Philadelphia in their verdict by tho fact of his not nor did I not ask whatI this trick was was shortly to uream that diu boy came to my quarters with tho lettoi I must do my duty as a toldier in Â¬ being in uniform hear from which tho foregoing Is an extract deed I am powerless to stay tho execu- Â¬ His command I said is roported of tho infamous story from tho lips HAKLEY QUISENBEMIY tho man In question Tho boy was woll mounted and bis tion to be down near Cumberland Gap How WITH Every thing I said doponds on spattered dress and tho flanks of the And Miss Brent is bore does ho explain his boing two hundred animal which woro covered with crim Â¬ Yes poor girl I have givon her my miles away from it and within our lines tho outcomo of General Boylos efforts with tie President If thoro is a re son foam told how hard ho had ridden private quarters You will find her when captured prieve and I sincerely hopo there will Jessamlno County soventy miles to thero or at tho prison replied tho Gen- Â¬ I will concodo that ho was rash in be wo may got Scotts ovi- LEADING CLOTHIERS tho north was my old home and on tho eral coming into this part of tho State as ho donco in time to Lieutenant Meanwhile save you LEXINGTON KY vl8ly other side of tho Lexington piko from Feeling my holplossness tnoro than did she answered promptly but his keep a stiff upper iip and command my my fathers house was the flno blue over and dreading tho meeting which purposo was not to play tho spy purse and my time I shall bo hero till grass farm of tho Widow Brent tho I had recently been so anxious to bring FORD What then was his purposo noon to morrow WITH black boys mistress and tho mother of about I went to tho Generals quarters You know Miss Mattio Vernon and I roso to go and again gave him my Miss Carrio Brent whoso remarkablo whither tho boy Ike had preceded mo family at Versailles Co her hand Still holding it he looked about letter I had just read I will confess to having trembled and Yes very well WHOLESALE CLOTHING Havo you come straight from Nich felt norvous when in tho past I heard And you may havo heard that sinco I asked tho boy after I tho irregular rattlo of rifles along tho olasvillo IkoV oven before tho trouble Frank has boon 109 W THIRD STREET bad directed an orderly to havo tho horso skirmish line that always impressed dovoted to her CINCINNATI a31ly mo like a prelude to tho opora of death cared for I had heard something of this but MI came ovah from Nicholasvlllo last but such experiences wero calmness I also knew that Miss Vernon and her T H BENNETT nigh1 sah wid Miss Carrio an I dono Itself compared with my sonsalfons on family wero in favor of tho Union and left her dis early mawnln wid Massa onco moro standing in tho presenco of that it was generally bolioved that sho CO Frank at camp Dick Robinson whar doy tho girl who from tho hour of our was engaged to Howard Scott a young JOIlDEItS OF toloherso how you was jes bout ovah cruel parting under tho locust and tulip Kontucklan then on Gonoral Carters heali so sho tole mo to flno you an gib trees boforo her mothers house had atafT so I simply nodded in responso to Hats Gaps Gloves Straw Goods novor been out of my heart you do lottab said tho boy Carrios question AND UMBRELLAS I ordored my cook to give Iko some Â¬ It is not lovo that leads mo to extol Learning that Mattio Vernon was CIIILLirOTIIE O 82 N IWIST ST thing to eat and then I took a turn Carrio Bront for in a land famed for tho very ill sho continued Frank in tho about tho camp to think ovor tho situa- Â¬ boauty of its womon sho was an ao- - hopo of seeing her was making bis way VORIS tion through to Versailles when ho was capt Â¬ Representing ured then to make suro of convicting It was early November 1S051 and word him they charged him with a murder bad como North that Longstreet was M ROBINSON CO pressing Burnsldo at Knoxvlllo that was committed when ho was away bard LOUISVILLE KY with his command In East Tonnossoo Troop woro being hurried South by Headquarter Mt Sterling Ky whoro This of courso was her brothers way of Cumberland Gap to tho help of complete line of Muuplos nui heeea story and she at least bolioved it as If tho Ninth Corps and as tho rest of my It wero Holy Writ regiment was in East Tennessee my MAUPIN Asking hor to romaln whoro sho was woro to push through and join it ordora with for tho present I securod a pass from without any unnecessary dolay to CARPENTER tho provost marshal and wont down D If I bad not received this lottor I tho inclosuro within which was tho log should havo boon riding for tho South Â¬ WHOLESALE DRY HOODS houso in which tho condemned man was east within an hour but I wjs suddejily 5J ill NOTION BOOTS SlIOEjc confined reminded that wo noedodalargprsupply OATLiynsnuHGfcr f0oiy of ammunition for our recontly reived LOAN MB YOUU nnops and that thno would CHAPTER III nod V ANT 1 I must confess t having ofton felt an to mako suro that ho could not bo ovor- t qr toCamp DJelc Rob k intonso doslro to oapuro Frank Bront heard thon bont towardsmo and wills JAMES tup oi ts for nboiitduv and on his part ho had boasted with pored Violation ot W S Dicft f something at an Indians forocity that Thoy havo takon away my knifo Hat House Cor IearlYine CINCi ho would wc army scalp athis bolt bo- - loan 1110 yours I was in tho act of pitting my hand Invites all of his mountain fr foro tho win was ovor But tho joy I merchants to g hud anticip ted in his humiliation wasJ into my pockot wJuUi his purposo peoiully the city K ME HER IHOHT HAND when in the 8w bello Two years bad noJsaWj lion In tho dusk of that struck mo and I wltlj ion It I said for Itisncralnsttho tt IPSBS ng wo stood faco to faco years of it arch tiTi o last wo met CLARKE uiui irw cannot expect tsaw Frank Bront ho was you to -havo a knifo yt and lMJfiO was t jtbat had solaced with t mo as good soldior fcl tiinlniM tltrfc a youth as could bo found iliancred my character Inform u iis Whit I will not h gi ho said with 10 Grass country but tho ivtnil liov toMhat of u u PJftKfffSV ay- some way Sievers Garson Har 1 k MJiriTr vcr strife and privation had ilstor will holp jtnissanu inoaorriuio or- fn nYfitri Mint l1n nil I wfr 111 U W QSt JUUB SrIWmr 037 1 KftUHl ItHWUniolIS uw iiduun wTT Â¬ Y y War Â¬ TR NTIST V Â¬ E Â¬ A I DA pOpS Wholesale Grocers Wholesale 0 Louis Gus Straus Â¬ SK Mack Stadler YANKIE bIP nm I WOT-If JE 1 J Hli V w H 02 v ft L Vfl m my ipMIll A11 uiiji7 t HJ ml mmmm3P - lr mammrww mm Y LOUISA i m ISi 3jTl1xi yFWv V 5 lt T 7fHJBnBfIPSB sw- - MlDWv WWTW awrri 1 w i rss r B Hi K- -- r SWIFTS SILVER MINE A SLDING UP OUR HANDS t - i Triton IiitorHHBiv V I Tasco City Woifi Ooiivtv uv Febrtinrv 97 turn i MR SPKVnll PnnniM T of I ob 20 1 see a letter taken Lexington Transcript signcclnui iof in writing up Torrent lcttor Oampton in order to ntho Swjft more interesting refer V mines and the one Hit woman who searcher the od Vn fruitless search Jias spent a fortir st jD 1 iHlcncoshehafornrrITytny I will wrr 1 tlnt j pltf0 am dese Airly sixty three years old from tllc oW Kentuckv protecting the whites from lost ravages I rather partake of the IwHn pionccniy paternal grandfather having rnininc typo of that period as I now perforin as much physical labor as most of my box at thirty and forty years of age Now as to the fortune spent The amount has been only about 2000 not much considering the object of search But having to superintend the business in person I have had to endure many rdships Though I have realized noth vJr M ing financially up to this date I regret neither the labor or money and am still searching It has been something over years since I became satisfied that fifteen ffl I had really located these mines It is true that several years ago I sought to have some oneppen up or develop them Although I claimed to have located them and had done all the work tho great risk was in I failed to get any one to do any- Â¬ thing in that line It is well known that I have done nothing relative to mining or searching for several years No one has lost any Â¬ thing by my searching yet a general allusion to myself in regard to the Swift mines makes false impressions or some burlesque There are a few who have always treated tho enterprise with res- Â¬ pect and some faith and among them Spencer Cooper of the Hazel Guekn ri cclliiKly Complimentary Kplatlo loin Our Imminent Young lrleiul Henry L Goilncy Danville Ky March 1 1891 Mn Coopeu My Dear Friend The Heuald was unusually interesting to me today when I read the editorial upon the possibilities etc of our community I feel that you aro especially deserving the hearty hand shako and approbation of every man who is in sympathy with the interests not alono of Hazel Green but of all Eastern Kentucky It was a step in the right direction teeming with that love of country which is ever seeth Â¬ ing in the veins of Anglo Saxon people In it was a patriotic motive stirred by different events and surroundings but truly akin to that which fed Alfred when ho wrote tho charter of English liberty and that which established this Republic and today maintains it It is not always the inventor that utilizes his invention but tho glory will bo nono tho less his Nor docs tho man who de- Â¬ siring tho advancement of his countrys interests points out from time to time tho needed reforms that present themselves always enjoy the gratification of scciig instantly the fruits of his labors But they will not be in vain and in time will bring forth au abundant harvest Our people arc a people who love to give honor to whom honor is due and we have lived already to seo vast im- Â¬ provements arise mainly duo to your efforts and I am confident that we stand upon the threshold of still greater things I do not believe in waiting for a man of merit to die to be appreciated but on the contrary shall always hope to en- Â¬ courage the living by due recognition of all good I felt moved to write this after reading carefully your editorial and it is the production of sincerity I hope you will not think it unbecoming in me to be thus complimentary Kindest regards to Mrs Cooper -- Ashland Park Stallions for 1891 BERMUDA vear-oltl-rccoiour-yenr-ol- tlal217 ed Yearling exhibition 239 word 2294 throe third heat record 222 2204 iourth heat two-ycnr-o- 5874 ld -- FAYETTE WILKES 203 Trial Oct Â¬ hl WEST CLOUD 5105 31 1881 d 2lii live-vgiir-o- 9 1880 223J4 Out of tho dam of Black Cloud 217 Ills siro out of the dtUu or Wilson 21GK Bay horso foaled March Bay horse 15 hands 3 inches high foal Sired by BANKER 1144 ed May 3 1878 Tho Own brother to Lymuuler Hire of Lvsumlcr handsomest son of Hoy 220 Watt 22445 William lvearacy his great sire and UtfiOUt Lvsniinor lilif I1U1I first dam l5nttie Pntohen trial 238grandain the handsomest of of Chestnut Wilkes 229 by Mambriiio any trotting bred Patelien sire of the dams ofOuy Wilkes horse in tho United Astral 218 Jtosn Wilkcs218K Kl 215 lilluek June horKO 15 15 1883 hands 3 Inches high foul Hrcd nt Ashland Park Â¬ Ashland Park Brcdat Sired by ABDALLAII WEST 2583 Siro of Wilkin 227 First dam the dam of Black Cloud 2i7 by Pilot Walker pacer Second dam the Cluko pacing mare NOTK Â¬ others in the 230 list Second dam Mnndy by Stmihopcs Blood Sired by George Wilkes Hawk sire of dam of Ahnont 227i and Aloy Wilkes 225 Third dam Pattio bv Downlnga Vermont Siro of Harry Wilkes 213ft Guy Wilkes 2lo4 MikoSoWilkes pacer 210i Wil sire of tho dam ofliiiiinu 220 Mambrino So 217 son 210 Wilcox pacer Hrnec 210 oil sire of Kit Curry 218K 215 ltosnWUkcR218Jl Wilton 219K Wilson 225 Hills Vermont sire of Hon Joe Bunker 219K Kloru Wilkes pneer nor Hoy 223 and sire of the dams of Abel 2 19 Tom Bogcrs 220 etc Nelly L 224 tf Col Bradshuw 220 223h Gnmbetta 225 The King 229X5 Outlaw 229K loarl 230 First dam Sallv Hamlet winner of Fourth dam Jesse by Thomas Jefferson Hamlet Stakes in 1875 by Hamlet lie is a beautiful black with right hind A V Pantlind sire of Loretta V 218 ankle white stands 15 hands high and is IjuIv M 223 Truro pacer 222 2205 a perfect horse all over having both bone Leontine 223V Brookside Flora 229 and and substance combined with the form and Cvolouo the dams of Thornlcss 218 finish characteristic of the cross he so well Graceful 225 14 and 223 Granbv225 represents vir Ilamblctouian sire and Mam Hamletta 229 brino PUchen dam This cross stands as the very best because public performances have Second dirn Sal dam of Coarser 22GJ4 Cap demonstrated its value Of its many repretain Clay Driftwood and grandma oi Mar sentatives not one is the superior of Bermulowe pacer 215 by Canada Chief sire da for not one has demonstrated the same of damsof tovernor 230 and Joe Hookability to train on Irom year to year begin etc er sire of Maud Maccy 217 ning in tho yearling form none aro bettor Third dam the dam of Sofe that produced bred or better looking Blanche 225k bv imp Yorksliiic siro Asa sire he is of course untried his first of dam of Ashland Chief sire of Black colts being foaled in 1889 now yearlings Cloud 217K Judged nt this age no stallion over sired more uniform natural gaitcd colts with speed unprecedented lie will stand for mares lfourth d am bv Woodpecker thoroughbred siro of Prince 227J ten miles in 2808 season ot 1891 at 200 TO INSURE the money to be paid ns follows 100 at the The fee of Favetto Wilkes is within the time of service and the other 100 when the reach of all and lower than that of any mare proves in foal Being limited to 30 out side mares parties wishing to breed to him horse of equal merit in Kentucky had better book their marcs enrly SEASON IOO 29 virn218K Cleora 218 Jlouri 217 and States 222 Â¬ West 1st dam Miss Coons dam of Wilson 2li5 by Clark Chief 2d dam Ohio by American Clay 3d dam brought from Ohio and represented to be by Browns Bellfoun dor Abdullah West died at six years old Ho was the most promising colt ever bred Abdallah West 2583 by AJltc two-year-o- Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ West Cloud is a rich mahogany bay 15 bauds 2 inches with blnok mane and tall and black legs extending above knees and hocks He is a powerfully built horso for his height and has the most finished net of feet and legs its possible to get on a horso of any breed AA a he gavo evidence of being possessed of rcmarkablo speed as with little handling ho trotted n half mile in 118 1 5 and miles in his work in 2 i9i At three years old ho was not trained owing to a very severo attack of pink c c Ho also done no work on tho An a truck ns a ho was jogged and trained lluhtly more for tin purpose of ascertaining if ho was entire Â¬ ly recovered than with a view of testing his speed In a few months he trotted a full mile in 238 and half in 115 This season 1890 he served a few mares of my own and Mas not put to work until September and his improvement was most remarkable Ho repeatedly trotted halves in 110 and I am fully convinced he will with a seasons train Â¬ ing trot in 220 I will let him servo 20 mares season of 1891 outside of ten of my own nt 00 THE SEASON money due at time of service or before removal of marc The usual return privilege is given to return mare in 1892 should she not get in foal two-year-o- ld four-year-old live-year-o- ld j 1 1 8 y I breed sound highlv finished trotters and havo Mares bred bv the season not nrovine in foal have the usual nrivi lege of return i for sale high bred colts and fillies out of producing dams bv a greater number of ii uiiiiiiuiii sires ii iiiuii any farm in it land For iiiu sale at prices on actual individual merit For further information seo catalogues which can be had on application Mares kept at regular rates B J TREACY Ashland Park Lexington Ky ii n1 l Official Directory of Wolfe County the solver of alf things will ultimately test my work For tho bene- Â¬ fit of L C D Those mines were found long sinco and some time in tho near future may bo opened Mks R P Timmixs Time KIND WORDS FROM A Herald STRANGER m Letter From a Imly nt Arilmnrc Inillnn Territory Who lias Seen Tho Herald To have our faults laid bare and made subject to public gaze is humiliating but by the request of many friends when I left my old Kentucky home after a de- Â¬ lay of fifteen months 1 now attempt the task not with feelings of delight nor yet with feelinesof absolute wisdom What a blessing could we all be wise as ser pents and harmless as doves I dont expect to weary you As Tun Herald has found its way to my sanctum thought I would write a short article and perhaps it would give me another call It was a welcome visitor and felt like I had met a friend from the old State Doubtless tho folks back there would love to hear something about the wilds of the West Cant give you n full history this time as I am in a poor mood for writing my head appears all blank this morning but trust you may catch somothing through tho medium of the pen of tho writer that will interest you I live in Pickens county two and a half miles from tho railroad and ten miles from the post office Thats tho fruits of a frontier life but I am enjoying that lifo much better than I anticipated I would for 0110 who has seen tho frosts of seventy winters This is a good country Wo aro surrounded by tho blessings and ben efits of this life Think if I was a farm- Â¬ er I vculd enjoy farming hero in this lino country It is not so irksomo n task to farm hero as you Kentuckians have No stumps to dig no briars to cut Hero tho broad prairies spread out as far as tho human eye can reach and to seo tho big herds of cattle feeding for miles away it looks liko some far off city Tho farmers hero uso all improved imple uents riding plows harrows drills and Cotton is tho principal binders Â¬ CIRCUIT COUKT II C Lilly Judge Meets second Mon day in January and July HON C BRECKINRIGE HILL J P Marrs Commonwealths Attorney J N Vaughn Trustee of Jurv Fund AT THIS OFFICE All KnthiiNiaKtU Call Upon Him to Uun W F Flkius Olerk of Circuit and Common Pleas Court for State Senator in thin Dlxtrlet J F Vunsant Deputy Clerk We the undersigned Democrats of NOTEnEADS COMMON PLEAS COUBT Lee county respectfully ask C B Hill LETTERHEADS S II Patrick fudge Meets 2nd Monday of this county to become a candidate BILLHEADS February and for State Senator from this district We in A T Cofnbs August Master Commissioner STATEMENTS also ask tho Hazel Gueen Heuald to SALE BILLS COUNTY COURT publish this call MINUTES S M Tutt Judge Meets Jst Monday in A C Bowling Green Creech each month Quarterly Court Tuesday after Larkin Morris Sam Hill 1st Monday in March June September and Any and everything nt the loweat prices December W T Lucas F G Meguiro O Ivkins County Attorney Joseph Itollin Stone Anderson Johnson James B Hollon Court Clerk C9 a C O Hanks Sheriff G H King fe S 3 F W Lucas T F Stamper Jailer M D Malonev Arch Lutes II N Hortoi School Superintendent Wm Creech John Abner Sr J F Pelfrcy Coroner Yours truly 3J0B Â¬ Â¬ JZ Hexky L Godsey FRIHfUN I A i 666mo4moe t HLfTT TITTaT JUIJL xJl JkJ J hJ Jk trootc 44WW6444QM -- Dillard M Lutes Curtis Lutes Sam Markham Robert Lucas Jas Markham Sr Jas Markham Jr John Creech Jas W Dickinson John Lucas James Crawford David Lane Shelby Crawford Matt Bowman Anderson Crawford A G Hampton Calaway Jones E I Cahtree Breck Jones W C Daniel Owen Crawford J F Sutton Wm Creech Sr A B Estcs A M Carter E R W Cox John R Chambers Preston Slorne S P Hill A J Bowman C J Blount L R Abbott Thos Sparks Sam Lutes W G Phillips Wm Pitman M B Lanuum W S Spencer C N Mooro J B Gum Timothy Johnson Jesse Broughton Elihu Vernon J T Robinson Shade Slouc Henry Miller Simeon Spencer Robert Markham Campbell Creech Eli Couch William Couch Alexander Lucas Joseph Parmer Christian Parmer Pleasant Lucas W G District No 1 S P Murphy Wednesday after 2nd Monday in Mareli June September and December A B Landrum rriday after 3rd Monday in March June Septem ber and December Â¬ Â¬ II Lacy Surveyor JUSTICES OF THE PEACE W Crewey Assessor Green Ky and will servo mares atTKN 10 TO INSUltE A LIVING DOLLAUS COLT money duo when tho mare ibals with a lieu on the colt until tho money is paid or if tho mare is parted with or bred to another horse the tnonuy is then duo DKSCIIIITICN AND PKUIGIUJK This combined young stallion will mako the Benson of 1801 at our stables in Hazel or - s rf j o District No 2 A F Johnson Thursday after 2nd Monday in March June Septem ber and December J H Vest Saturday after 3rd Monday in March June September and Deaember District No 3 W B Duff Fridav after 2nd Mondayiu March June September and December L M Brown 4th Monday in March Juno September and December District No 4 P It Lcgg Saturday aft er 2nd Monday in March June September and December Isaiah Spencer Tuesday after lih Monday in March Juno Septeni- uor anu iJecemuer Distiict No 5 Preston Ilollon 3rd Mon day in March June September and December David Banks Friday afterlst Monday in March Juno September and December Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ n hi 8 3 8 s S g T3 w S3 Hg GOLD DUST is 0 years old tho 28th day of May 18U1 10 hands high a beautiful chestnut with star and white hind feet beautiful mime mid tail His power stylo and action are unsurpassed Ho was sired by Senator Hlnckburn ho by Dillard Pud lev ho by John Dillard the granddifc of Phil Thompson record 210 Eric McCloud and Nick with records better than 223 His dam was sired by tho Phillips horso the siro of Blue Jeans he by Gen Taylor c Also at tho same stables will bo found tho elegantly bred young trotting stallion il i I Si- - Post Boy Jr DB80MITION AND who will servo a limited number of approved mares nt10 TO INSUltK A LIVING JOLT on tho same terms as above PlDIGltKB POST BOY Jit was sired by Post Boy record 213 he by Magic siro of Clomnuu G 215 Alice Stonor 224 Mystery 22u Ac dam Mollio Kmcry sired by Strath more siro of Santa Cuius 217 Tucker 210 Cricket 210 Adonis 211 filinl jiummer -- iv coiou - w sister v -- i Charles Derby 220 Faustina 220 i Bon Â¬ nie Wllmore 222k Kluzeberrv 221 U and 1 District No C S S Bosn Tuesday after 3rd Monday in March June September and 1st Monday in March December December M K Ollalr Saturday after Juno September and i J F Spencer John Cochran Matt Barrett To NervoiiH West Mooro Henry Grass cember District No 7 Kllas Shockey Wednes day after 3rd Moudav in March June Sep tember and December B G Itose 2nd Monday in March June September and De Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ VJ Debilitated Men If you will send us your address wo will mail you our illustrated pamphlet explaining all about Dr Dyos Celebra- Â¬ ted Electro Voltaic Belt and Appliances and their charming effects upon tho nor vous debilitated system and how they will quickly rcstoro you to vigor and t hero and yields nimnciantiy on 1111s manhood health Pamphlet freo If soil Tho averago yield is 1000 you aro thus afllicted wo will send you Ah pretty n sight Belt and Appliances on a trial la to tho acre mvo seen in tho Nation was 000 Voltaio Belt Co MarsliallMich in cotton and imiin all in full A Never Fulling Itemcdy Wish I could givo you a full Meoiumine tho only permanent euro of oYcrylhing but have written h already If this is lucky enough for all forms of headache and neuralgia 1 District No 8 J M Burton Thursday after 3rd Monday in March Juno Septem ber and December W B Vancleave Tues day after 2nd Monday in March June Sep tember and December Â¬ Old Papers FOR SALE AT THIS OFFICE 2T for CO Â¬ Â¬ Dr J H Stamper Judge Court third 100 for Monday in each month J P Hall Marshal Dont wait until thoy nro all gone HAZEL GREEN POLICE COURT but come and get them now D S Godsey Judge Court Friday aftor nnvrllllU forlninihrtn Auiiln wurkfur ui by Anna 3rd Monday In March Juno Boptembcraud iTfiai and JnaHuiin Toldo Crhlo December J W Howcrton Marshal sracui uinrtarauincua CAMPTON POLICE COURT for 10c 10c 25c I lWlUHl iUn Oflnltnt llllllllin lif nil BOY JH Is a beautiful chestnut with no murks 0 years old May 15th 1891 16 hand 3 Inches high and gives promise of being heard from hi tho future among trotters Any one who la fiimlllur with Shiners Post noy win readily recognize rosl jJoy Jr And last but not least will be round at tho same stables the well known and highly y V tf i 1 appreciated jack i v a LEE OITY POLICE COURT of held May Hose Marshal There is no record who is Police Judge uor when court in of work cn b innxlt our IKW lint tlioM or riUly ind Louoiablr by llirmyouur or old anil Inlhlr An own W r- - lw tnv iL a- rv - Ba good breeder A11 care will be nHtin rlnucrarllr cldents but we will and atari yuu Can work la Mara Mm wotk- - should they oceHr Wi mowajr or all ilia rim nbiyuur noma ram noutli You on do lb work art lira L WTWW- II liuuif 7V MrelK tem a M orrw vu m i lf who will serve nmren at 10 TO IKStm A LIVING COLT on same term tWik uesennen iins ihck Mas n m Mrfr wstf kt i m prevent reeeoHaiible inwnimi MHalI4ttfcCllmMMrrHHmlJklialMO nrnr acid ra Falhtra imknown a wnijnrrui lkm JT all F DAY r o tho wasto basket doubtless I relievos tho pain in from 15 to 20 min mq again Wish success to The utes For sale on positive guarantee at MONEY W llMhuiaaWiiy M I d and itscditot Catharine i -- aHenky 1 1 tn Writliig Papers Knvelopw Pens Iuk tlxwork Thlln joattptn allrtly nr Ud Jn4 utto wonderful iur tu tr wvik Udles Ac Jui fur sale at thin ortice Hrrinnrrt r Miulnir from tti to MO ixrwrtk tnd urrtl The Hejami oflle or sent postpaid by tn4 mom nr Mill iprUnc W rn furnMi jut IM m Not Ppr only 10c ft quire jll Onu v of price 60 i mail o centi a box WuMh rKkx 1jkuk Utco mftfri tuut whou you need Htntloneryr Hr Srt ZwT t it rtrjlhla frnla mowanii orUyoarllmto C- - luclllir bt rcrtrthty llrt Ktirto Hum obi cm ild ihf work 4ntii tun you No rUk ou Mur Ml HalM m taakHtTkHl a wm Iww WrM twwMw ha Mart a 4 vra a M tNrwriwifaMawulrufafei awA 4UfcjkMaTinal m U ITfc wa aaaaa -- - r a koasa at mumvi Uaara4 i - E W HkH WT ri i i MWr iarf 1 mmC f0ni A ljWW WEf1 Wnml 9 J JwIWrttonW bpt -- H TV pallor or hlsi Jiq I nrti I trlfil to aooMm him imt vnU -- f nBn 1 Squire W B Dun of this county lust week published in these columns an open letter to tho tax payers and asked SPENOER COOPER Editor that wo givo our views upon the location HAZEL GREEN KY of tho jail to be built by tho county - March 20 1891 Not being sufiicicntly informed as to the proposed site wo hesitated to hazard an opinion upon tho subject at that tinio Since that paper was issued however wo have made somo inquiry in the mat ter and find that Squire Dun has rea sonable grounds for complaint The site is said to bo not an appropriate one by any means and we think tho County Judge and Magistrates should take testi- Â¬ FOll LIEUTENANT GOVtillNOIt mony of tho people and act in accord HON M C ALFORD with tho popular verdict Tho tax- Â¬ OF PAYETTE COUNTY payers right to a voice in the matter Subject to action of the Democratic Party can not be questioned Hazel Geeen Herald Friday Â¬ Â¬ KA ejt a in c sin -- S w it WA- - AvRT KtlfflraLr f With tlio present isauo Tub IIbuaio Dr John D Clardy is still making a cntcra upon its seventh year and wo vigorous canvass in tho interest of his hope at the end of that time God will- Â¬ candidacy for the nomination for Gover- Â¬ ing to write n moro successful ono than nor and if he does not succeed in getting the six preceding it The- paper first tho instructions it will not be his fault appeared as n six column folio all home Allianco men look upon him as represent- Â¬ print and was started under anything ing the interests of their organization but favorable auspices Hut realizing and as he submits his claims to tho Demo that work alone could do anything to- cratic party he has a chance to draw ward the attainment of success in a field strength from the two powerful political in which it was the pioneer paper wo at factors of the State Should he do this once enlisted our ovcry energy in that ho will bo a hard man to defeat for tho effort A few months demonstrated that nomination Like a majority of tho wo had struck tho keynote to popular Alliance members in this State Dr favor and we enlarged to a seven column Clardy thinks all needed legislation can folio patent inside This was maintain- best be attained inside the Democratic ed for a year or more and tho popular party and that a third party would be demand was then so groat upon us that alike dangerous to both tho Alliance wo again enlarged using an eight paco and Doninerntie intonvsts Hmicn it is patent inside To keep this up to the iint ilf Sliimim iju i in tl TimwV -W V requirements 01 tlio tunes lias been our cratic party constant aim for over two and a half yean and how well wo have done tho Hon Mitchell Alford has so far had work assigned by our ambition has been the esteem and confidence of all possible attested by frequent comment in tho candidates against him that no one has State press and the approval of our army had tho temeritv to moose him In- ot readers Tho paper has never been WiI it is n imnonillv iwniMiivi1 hv nil what we had hoped to make it as we concerned that he is deserving of the have never had the means to make it so nomination that no amount of persua Jhit every dollar that we could control sion has prevailed upon any of the pros has been spent in that direction and the nective candidates to enter the lists Democrats all over the United States midnight oil wo have constantly burned against him Not only is he considered will rejoice that Gen Palmer has at last uas oecn m the endeavor to have Tin deserving of the placo but those who been chosen Hkiiald in tho vanguard of village might otherwiso be induced to oppose to the positionby tho Illinois Legislature of United States Senator newspapers Our overy energy has been him recognize his superior ability and The faithful 101 who stood by him from expended in this direction and we have business tact and evident defeat in that the first were awarded handsome medals been gratified to occasionally note that direction doubtless also deter them Ue for their fidelity and the glad acclaim our eilorts have in a measure met the that as it may the magnetism and man Â¬ of well done good and faithful ser- Â¬ approval of tho masses Excelsior liness of the man has attracted to Hon vants goes up from the heart of every lias been our watchword and having Mitchell Alford every man who had the freeman who loves his country Gen passed tho goal of village newspaper bee buzzing in hi bonnet until he now Palmer is the first Democratic Senator greatness that wo gladly hoped to gain stands tlio brainy broailnumleU leader from Illinois since the death of Stephen the witching words higher and higher of the Democratic party iu the race for A Douglas thirty years nijo and insures havo spurred us on in the hope that wo man to the Democratic party thirty nine votes Lieutenant Governor And every shall somo day make Tin JIbuald the who has the good of his State abiding in i the Senate The Republicans have acme of family newspapers To this the secret place of his soul will at the forty seven and the Farmers Alliance end and pandering to the popular voice nominating county conventions cast his two Gen Palmer was raised in Ken we today issue a paper mado up of two vote for Hon M C Alford Among the tucky and this is additional reason for five column folios all homo print and prospective candidates have been thoe much rejoicing in this State A sketch nearly double the sizo of our first issue whom we are pleased to class as our per- 0f his political life appears elsewhere in In doing so wo appeal to the generosity Agonal friends but with due regard for this issue of overy nran who loves his country and that personal friendship we have from would aid in its development to lend us tho first felt that the interests of the j The Darren county Farmers Alliance his help Hoping that all will unite in State and the Democratic party alike has pledged itself to support no man for giving us a hearty support and join us demanded tho promotion of our friend the Legislature who will not promise to in our march on to victory and eternal Alford to the position to which he aspires work for the passage of a law making it glory wo bow our obeisance to the popu- and wo have therefore unceasingly ad- - a felony to carry a concealed deadly lar will vocated his claims weapon Tho Alliances of Eastern Ken- tucky could profit this section of the Elsewhere in our paper will bo found Hon G D Swango our Delegate iu State by emulating the example an ndvertisonientof the Courier Journal nnd tho attention of our people is direct the Constitutional Convention has an Our neighbor the Jackson Hustler ed to it No paper published in the nounced for the position of Register of Judge Swango has has adopted tho eight page form and tho Land Ollico United States bus done so much to re- Â¬ form tho tariff and lessen tho burden of done much since ho was elected a Dele- Â¬ last weok appeared iu its new clothes taxation upon tho peoplo and every man gate to endear him to tho people of the the improvement being marked Tho who belioves in an economic administra State aud especially here in Eastern Hustler deserves well of its people and Kentucky First his efforts to quiet should receive a liberal support tion of afliiira Government and State should be a subscriber to that paper that land titles about which our people have Tli Cun Did Not Como to Trinl ho may keep posted upon the issues of suffered so severely nnd which has de In tho Christian county Circuit Court tlioday Uy special arrangement with t erred development so long and second week the cases of tho Common- Â¬ tho publisher wo aro enabled to send his appeal in behalf of tho free school last against ex Sherifl John Boyd and both tho Courier Journal nnd Tub II bu interests nud the measures introduced wealth to foster them These to say 0 S Brown his chief deputy and ex ald to nny address in the United States by him of like matters which havo had Sheriff Cyrus Brown who wero accused or Canada for tho low price of 180 per nothing his attention should be sufficient to in- - of defrauding the peoplo of tho county year nud now is tho time to subscribe Boyd was stiro him tho support of every man iu out of 17000 were called court and through his attorneys asked Tho constitution of tho United States this section where land titles and free guarantees to overy man tho right to schools are perhaps of moro iutetest to havo the indictments against him dis missed or his caso tried at once The worship God according to tho dictates of than iu any other portion of the State Commonwealth attorney objected to a his own conscience Ignorance and and wo doubt not but ho will have a Ho will not make a trial without tho presonco of tho State projudico nlono attempt to circumscribe large following his viowa by sectarian lines A higher personal canvass of tho State being iu auditor aud 0 S Brown who disappear education and a broadminded view fath Â¬ duty bound to render his services to the cd last fall er the formor sentiment whilo the lat- conveuiuu uul asns wu SuMurt ui uiu j Whcu Jmg0 n M Cooloy died last ter is tho narrownijnded child of bigotry people and especially in this end of tho wcob nt gt Pm Mn t WM 8Upp0801 State Judgo Swango has many friends 0 1cd pennile88 but u few dny8 aftor aud sedition among those who have heretofore figured his 8on lcked nn ohl coat ho hm Domocrats should bo wido nwako to in oiiuc iwiiucs iiiiu ui aiuu luuro uro HVV lbjt of venrIll llIlfi honr -the importance of precinct and district many Confederate soldiers who will re Â¬ ing something rattlo ripped open tho organization ami no opportunity to add member him ai a member of Gon Henry lining and discovered 9700 in certifi- Â¬ to the strength aud solidity of tho party Giltuors command aud tho influence of cate of deposits and bank bills of largo ranksi should escape those entrusted with theso two classes will givo him a follow- Â¬ denominations ing that will prove a powerful factor in iu u6ce The United States grand jury of figuring on the final ballot That ho is fro Wi 0 P Brektnridje who is at thoroughly qualified for tho position uo South Dakota hits found indictments Fsjwmojm FU for his hMlth whs last one will for a momout doubt aud though against tho Sjoux Indian Plenty Horse wok reported w uo very in out a pmt 10 has opposition the prido inherent in for tho murder of Lieut Casey during iron mm mi hm myr purmeiftt Eastern Kentucky hearts will unite with the Into uprising and one against Leaves us in the hope that he may win the priae His Woman for the murder of Isaac Mil- BOWS lUtU UU 1UUIS1 1W Ue covets i ler a rawhmfcii Â¬ Â¬ I W W -- W W WAao Kentucky River countynt least we Disc Ha knows ci ali s pi ice iVllun 0 loN Writtcn guar Â¬ hear no expression to the contrary and Evans U hoksi Cokn Plantiks 0 years antee for this being tho case we can say that wo The largest stock of Cook and Heating Stoves of any house hi KusU tucky do not know of any man in that county who is so competent to the discharge of Cutlery Shears and Builders Hardware a the duties as is our friend Breck Hill East side S Maysville Street MT STERLING xy Tho next General Assembly will bo one of inoro importance than wo havo had for years and it is absolutely essential FGK sjff INDIANAPOL IS IND that men educated and versed in the V law should represent us in that body that our interests may bo properly cared for Such a man is Mr Hill and if his own county and the district can unite on him 2b No 7 h -tho Democratic party will honor itself in Price 18 00 at Factory m wV II II VS il MTfJ casu wita ur honoring him Brcck Hill not only has IK 1 l il xnSr the ability for tho place but his knowl Â¬ J edge of men is such that he flould be Wnrnum 3 i moro likely to render entire satisfaction Striotlr ririt Cli -All Mvunil Growth Hickory Stcol Axles and 1 1ms than any other man who could be named s NV Low Ifent Scat Arms rcrfciil y lltllllllCCll He is a good mixer an entertaining conLoni ICnsv Kldlncr Oil Tomncrei I5ot Wheels uml Dot All Over versationalist and capable of convincing IF VOU CANT FIND THEM FOR SALE BY YOUR MERCHANTS WRITE UB argument Any ono acquainted with the workings of legislative bodies knows KELLY JJ DAY FLOYD DAY J TAYLOR DAY that theso essentials are requisite and wo therefore hope that the Democrats may choose Caleb Breckinridge Hill as their standard bearer in this district And aside from our feelings for the best inter ests for the common weal a strong personal friendship for Breck Hill prompts us to do all we can in a fair and honorable way for his promotion To this end we ask that all give his claims a favorable consideration Tho citizens of Leo county or at least a largo majority of tho prominent men of that county in another placo in this paper call upon MrO BHill of Heatty D villo to announce himself as a candi Â¬ It date for tho State Senate from this naruware yueensware iinware district Brcck Hill has all the qualifi- Â¬ cations necessary to an intelligent dis- Vulcan Chillbd Plows best made B F Avkry A Sons Stbbl Plows charge of tho duties of tlm position and Ball Mitchbll Cos Stbbl Hill- if ho should bo chosen and elected as tho hum Plows Democratic nominco will make a faithful Imihovbi Malta Douijlb Shovbl Plows and elllcient servant It is generally Oliviu Chill and South Bbnd Plow conceded that the nomiueo for Senator Kbpaihs should como from Leo or some other Stoddards Nkw Climax and Tiuiat wa WMcinBXX IN fftCnN 9 full Agricultural Implements Â¬ EvC Witl PinnrR ITahuOWS MoWys Solid Stbbl Bindeks and HAY IttjGBK AND GltANGBUULK COOKS PAft 1 1 A WENS IT Fish linos P IOEV AlOBATOttS 3 Invr Cfifl Oane MiljSi CJtJHATBDWaCIONS Sciaty OO yPl CLtf t fl v wMz oo V v w w I Â¬ Â¬ J T DAY WHOLESALE Largest Stock CO Â¬ HAZEL GEEEN KENTUCKY Â¬ AND Â¬ RETAIL Lowest Prices Have invoices arriving daily and stacks upon stacks of goods to meet every department of trade Live Stock Country Prodiice and School Claims received in trade on notes accounts or merchandise J T DAY CO twrcrtmF HMain FW f FW FwnFvEl ML KY West Short Street A Model Restaurant in Almost Every Feature All 12 JEaJULiAa JJi hunsoiis IJluc Points JAiJjiMlA LEXINGTON Â¬ J7 till SEATING CAPACITY 150 Mobile Counts Freli Oysters at all Saddle Itocks New York Counts ami Meals to order at all hours Delicacies of the season always on hand The most complete and modern kitchen in the State Among the recent additions i a Miller Improved limine tftc finest in the world with eighteen fires six steaming at tachments two larue broilers and hot and cold water reservoirs This range will cook anything from a half a beef to a tid bit of sweetbread and is the only one of the kind in Kentucky nov21ly A hearty welcome and the most courteous treatment to all REGULAR MEALS 25 CENTS GUS LUIGAKT J M Proprietor KKLIA President WM IIItiGHT Secretary and Treasurer Â¬ WHENEVER YOU VISIT LEXINGTON CALL OX TI IE Â¬ Â¬ Lexington Foundry Go Office 99 EAST MAIN STREET Shop STATIC K U RAILROAD near 7th St Thev are operating THK LAHGKST l WXDHY AND MACIIINK SHOP IN THE east of Louisville BOILER jsA All kinds ofTin loavistAND ENGINE lufcDONE at iiviko rnicis Oflico 99 REPAIRING SKILLFULLY J M KELLY President fiS Fonnlry EAST MAIN STREET on K U RAILROAD Lovincrf JOLy JUeAlHgLOIl ITtt m9 WHOLESALE MANUFACTURING DRUGGISTS KY CATLETTSBURC Tho Lnvgost Drug Houso In tho Ohio Vnlloy Manufacturers of 228 REMEDIES that are Sold by tho Dozen 10000 Squaro Foot of Floor Room 28 Hands Employed rCt 6oowfrmo r arFoit Sam td-afrtttttti-Mtt- Â¬ Sole proprietors of the famous x O I N P D V fT k I N jThe only remedy that is sold on an abso lute guarantee to euro nil iatni ami Aches Cramps and Colic Diarrhiea lys entery etc Used internally and exter- niwiv iiiu ulsi iininieni iu inu wuruio X IniCK 23 CENTS X o PM6oMW44 by Duuo Stoki j- - IlillK SlUU and Country Stoiiks Evekywhiiu the For the permanent cure of Pains Hack and all disorders of tho Kidneys and Frinary Organs Thousands of cer tificate of those who have used this i remedy t ill hn sent on application v Â¬ uiunrin iinucv nnonil In Solo prorietors of tho rciiowiiciltS5X I I m w hn 440W49e44aW4 2U PENMANSHIP Etc -- BOOK KEEPING SHORT HAND TELEGRAPHY BRYANT Sl STRATTO 400 THIRD STREET NO U0A Who - MSWjvtan n S JrfjS KV ilffl I r MfiX desires to better his or her condition life ttould write for the Catalooue or UOl 1 U X m HBw Lgvlfe BUSINESS COLLEGE 8VILLE nil In THE HBjEviiIjIcntch only the Kentucky SulxwnV Jittvul v to be tlio a yenr and it Is acknowlotlinwl local minor nuMisliol tnAx hings it will contain this year l 2D ALmLmHfel kUPBa fV v Advertisements inserted for less than 3 ami iiiu iiimny oi one oi mem months will ho 75 cents an inch for the llrst Pot Hoy Jr in coming to the fron insertion and 25 cents an Inch for eaeli sub in trotting horse circfes Strathmorc till sequent insertion 0Alti TlUNStKNT ADVKUTISINO MUST sire of tho dam of Post Hoy Jr has i HE PAID IV ADVANCK score or more of representatives in thej ST A N I I N f A D V i ItT KS KM PNTS 1 inch C 00 230 list and 112 months at the recent sales in tho 2 inches 10 00 bluegrass Strathmore stock commanded i inches 12 00 1 inches 15 00 as good an average in price as any sold r inches 17 50 Tho sire of Post Boy Jr has a record of 20 00 inches f Liberal rates on larger advertisements 218 which has never been lowered by made known on application but two or three stallions and then only Obituaries tributes of respect etc 3e a by a second or so It will thus be seen line Count six words to tbe line and send Wo will write that Post Boy Jr is rich in trotting money with the manuscript obituaries and publish at 5 cents a line blood on both sire and dam side and ho Local notices to be interspersed among reading matter 5 cents a line with a dis ia individually a grand horse count of 5 per cent where they run a month Tho Academy Dormitory or more Marriage and denth notices not exceeding Our townsman W O Mize returned ten lines solicited and published lHKK 7fj lillis KOIt IlKtULAit ADvritnsiNO Tuesday from Lexington to which placif PAYAHIK QlAKTHKIY ON DPMANI he went as tho proxy of Prof Cord to Address SPENTEU fOOlKU meet with the State Board of the C V Hazel Ureen Ky B M on business connected with the Academy The Board decided Saturday Elder D G Combs preached at the to erect a dormitorv at a cost of 2000 fvOhristinn Church Saturday and Sunday and havo it ready for occupancy by Sept Tho religious and social ostracism of 1 lSJl They also tendered to Prof tho few by tho many seems to be the Cord the presidency of tho school for order now live years The dormitory will be of almost incalculable benefit to the school Measles are raging in tho neighborhood ofCoxs Mill and there have been sev- Â¬ and is designed to accommodate GO male pupils Prof Cord is to be congratu eral very severe cases reported lated upon his course which has won for Tho trial of Harnes for killing Kclley him tho high esteem of the Christian Day will come a special term of women and further prompted them in the Mcnefee Circuit Court Juno 8 the action stated Â¬ XaMMHMa MMBHHj i aH iiijr v See rBI2 advertisement of Gold jgppt Hush lnrirer Hrttnliitloii In Vnlf Mm iruit Loral NfWHltninrH rrnEXTM and Ilreatliltt tlmn- nil nthor iiuiici h In tlin Post Hoy Jr nml John Morgan IIIO I rrtfH UlUIIg UI II 1UU11I iitiwnpupui Jin W ni WC8KP i i up r l17 iueait merchants in Mt Sterling W hi- - bB 3 at tho stables of J T F Day licstcr Lexington Louisville and Ciiicin Bllt tlwki IW lllnllv ro lea to uelieo cscnrce represent it Tho iaentitv and personality of tho edit uio mui ulll find it tiik iikst mkihum through U1 IUIS Pwv- best breeds in their specialties that have cannot l0 collccftIe1 or nvoUlcd lio ADVKltTISINO hVTES uvu iwi i uimuiirau in uo iiiihiiiuumk 8penk3 hJlllsef nnl UJ hia realtr8 know TltANHIKXT 1 - Hazel Queen IIekald t tlio jbifflBBr JBBBBPr itil s - - - - rV55V mw93 fVtffV s9 J w aI -- SftMfe 3S 1 l r ujat 1 Our Alliauio Department We hoped to start our Alliance depart ment with this issue of Tin Hehald Miss Maggie Stevenson who was teach- but the gentleman whom we expectexLto ing school in Morgan near Lykins Ma take charge of the same has not yet fur goffin county has returned home and is nished us the copy We hope however attending school here w4 to have it nguipg in a few weeks and our 717 7th St Louisvilu Vicie South wife of our colored fel- Â¬ Alliance brethren will get the gistot the J March 14 1891 low citizen Taylor South near town news of their order Space has heretoDear Cooper I am attending the died Monday night of heart failure She fore prevented the publication of the Â¬ amount of matter pertaining to this lectures at the Kentucky School of Medleaves a family of children bo here until about tho organization that we otherwiso would icine and will Tho Masonic fraternity should not for- havo done first of July when I expect to receive get the called meeting of Mizpah Lodge the Degree of Doctor of Medicine And iot Uh Have a Square Deal this Friday night and all who can do ua i imvo not read anything from my so conveniently should attend It has heretofore been tho custom for nativo hills except a few private letters all other religious denominations to give from my friends you find enclosed 100 Squire Billy Havens was in to see us way to the one having a previous regular for which you will send me your most MHIHMUHl Monday He has been confined to his or special appointment Hazel hme nearly all winter and looks badly Green and all fair mindedhere in recog- Â¬ valuable paper The Hehald people Yours truly but ho told us he was improving some nize this as the correct course The Ika G rilOFITT M D now might of a large denomination no more Dr Kash Swango will probably locate gives them moral right to domineer XV T Cankey IcailH in Low Prices than at Moorefield in Nicholas county for does the might of a bully over a physi- Â¬ W T Caskey has a handsomo double the practice of his profession as he has cally weak man Do unto others as ye column advertisement in this issue of received from the people of that place a would that others should do to you un- Â¬ our paper to which tho attention of our Mattering call der similar circumstances readers is directed Mr Caskey carries a full line of the choicest nrticles usually Our young friend Tom Cummins will It StorlliiK Court Notes found in a first chiss general store and pull up stakes and locate in Mt Sterling For an exception to the rule Monday will sell ns low as tho lowest Price his soon At least that is his present inten Â¬ was a beautiful day at Mt Sterling and goods when you go to the post office and tion Tom is a first class shoemaker stock sold reasonably well Mountain you will bo surprised at the low prices and will render satisfaction wherever ho dealers received fair prices for their cat- Â¬ We He is tho efficient postmaster may go tle good ones selling briskly All Z L Instead of the second Sunday Rev J Haney will preach at Gillmore on the first Sunday in April at 3 oclock P jr Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ -- 9 him and upon him rests tho whole re IW sponsibility of all ho says Self respect and an ardent desiro to do woll and to rc deserve well at the hands of his subscri fcfi bers and patrons prompt him to strive constantly in season and out of season so to conduct his journal as to reflect credit upon himself and upon tho community in which it is published The first and most essential thing in tho conduct ot a country journal is to have it clean No line or word should be admitted to its columns that might not be repeated in the family circle In its dealings with men it should bo fair and just if occasion should arise for praiso or blame it WUVUAl should bo meted out Personal prejudico 1 and bias for good or ill should never con- Â¬ y 1 trol tho editorial columns Asa purvey- Â¬ I or of news the weekly paper needs much fa D To watching and constant scrutiny these essentials for tho decent conduct of a newspaper must be added the need f the earnest co operation of tho com- tnunity among whom it circulates and for whose benefit if properly conducted it does so much No class of men know t better than editors tho bitterness of tho want of appreciation and of moral and S material support If people would only realize what advantage it is to a town to decent well conducted paper nlve XX they would with one accord tender such encouragement and support as would lighten tho editorial burden and lift up the editorial heart The labor bestowed o on a live local journal is very great and W should meet with a generous recogni Â¬ jt n tion on the part of all who arc interested tevr -- rithoJsuccessnnd prosperity of the place jn which it is published i Â¬ V RESULT OF FOUR BUYERS o IN THE EASTERN hF0R MARKETS - f FOUR WEEKS- KyI ttt nvnmico roaennQlilo 1tit Jt1 VAXWV XVUWWIU JVW ui iucs IImWII t LANDSBERG 3 SONV Brim full and running over r with all thats nice and new ana aesisaoie is our DDrinK TIytt V VVIKJ onH Slfnnlr rr JUAJT frnnnc WVl Twill- imery f jxn i immense stocK s selected wiim great care ana m judgment Our DRESS GOODS i department is a treat to look atxonrorism s THE LATEST NOVELTIE and fullest line in the State trom 25c a varaTVTilliniQvTT ud niininQof XTXJLi CiLXVt cmrl Tl ia VUUXWVOU a nrst ciass x rimmer means a m beautiful Hat or Bonnet ands VTX A ATJbAA i i v j i A JT C gn Q - Â¬ a V U I VI WINCHESTER KY Â¬ VJfrziM grggraJirei sin reniwii lit Street ocs No 5 Main WINCHESTER KY FURNITURE CARPETS WALL PAPER China Glass and Queensware UNDERTAKING our Jolly John lioratt the honest hos- Â¬ tler has his livery stable advertised in this issue of Tun Hkkald and the ad- Â¬ vcrtisomcnt is ornamented with a picture of tho kind of turnout you may obtain from him for a small consideration Kash is tho way to write it now It used to bo Mack you know Ho paid us n pleasant call Monday afternoon and in answer to tho question of where bo had decided to locato for prac- ticc ho said he had not yot decided Dr M O Â¬ I tf ur- Clvuwiauu m oaiyurevuie was a guest of tho Day House on Monday and availed of tho occasion to subscribe to Tho doctor formerly The Hekald lived in Hazel Green and always finds a warm welcomo when ho visits our town - Seo thtf advertisement of Tyler Hose blacksmiths and wagon makers which appears in this issue of our papor Both of these gentlemen are practical and in- Â¬ I genious mechanics mid nny one desiring work in their line will find them thor- Â¬ oughly reliable Maggie Ella and Tommio Gillaspie who are attending tho Academy and hoarding with their uncle and aunt f Caskoy and wife visited their undo Caskoy Saturday Ho has been quito Ick but they left him improving bun- o lV R8y Vl lins caskets etc to bo found on tho t pago of our paper today Mr Cra- also deals in monuments and tomb- nes and has erected eomo very hand ijf t TI can It mq ones in mis section inr- no sh design in any kind of htone and his rices will be found quite reasonable r J not tau to reau tno advertisement V Craven undertaker and dealer in T Iay Co Will Ho Paid Judge Barr of tho U S Court at Lou isville Friday granted an order in favor Co which has tho force of J T Day and effect of a preferred judgment and cles we carrv they will rcceivo every cent due them as When you do eomo down make our store your head Â¬ soon ns tho Receiver gets possession of A Katun Jootl ruper CO AVIXN quarters There is no disputing the fact that the monoy to satisfy their claims This Brer Spencer Cooper of tho Hazel will be good news to people in this secJAMES KENNEDY JAMES B TIFXON GitEEN Hehald is getting out ono of tion m iii m G T Center CnnipromlnoH the snappiest and most vigorous papers in the State While twenty miles from Indirectly we learn that G T Center a railroad ho gets out a paper that has compromised with the K U Lumber DKAIEUH IN- eclipses hundreds of more pretentious Co in tho sum of 52000 receiving as a ones Ho will no doubt commence a voucher a preferred judgment Wo daily when a railroad reaches his town congratulate Mr Center on his good luck PAINTS OILS VARNISHES AND BOOK8 AND STATIONERY Lexington Transcript and tho people gcnernlly as they will now receive their money Man Kllhitl on tliu Koiitucky Union Ieo City LucuIn Tho train on the K U ran over and jS frTho prescriptions and orders of Doctors especially solicited and given special On last Tuesday morning as Mrs Jay care anil attention in cnmiiounuinir killed a man Sunday evening nearThrco fohO ly Nono but pure iiiedioiucN and uriigH iiHcd Forks City Tho man was from Michi Leo with two small children was crossing gan and had been in charge of the K u tho river on horseback tho Middle- turned Mr No and all fell into the rushing waters booms near where ho was killed Leo happened to bo near and rescued blame attaches to tho engineer as the man had been drinking and laid down on them all Regular Squire Hftes who has been in the track in an unconscious condition this neck o woods for tho past twenty and failed to heed tho danger signal years has left for tho upper regions w w VHHHHH lrcaolihiK at IruHliytoriim Church Who will think of old ReglarV ab Rev J Z Haney will preach at tho senco Presbyterian Church in this place Satur Â¬ Joseph Back of Rousseau has bought RR HeUMATtfM Uej Foi The ftsY Personality of tho day night Subject a lot hero and will mako this his future Office Sunday morning Holy Spirit rl APPUCTlrl CjRE tho Work of Re Â¬ homo of tho Holy Spirit in Woll Undo Remus tho prospects look Unity of Sunday night PEEDY demption a leetlo bit better for an early spring Believers Our veteran is attending tho G A R Ku Uoutu to Went II bur ty lodgo at Salyorsvillo this wcok Deputy Sheriff John Cox of this coun Co lias Hold Tho firm of 0 B Allen ty waa a guest of tho Day Houso Tues Pugh n day and was en route to West Liberty out to Shockey rK A J Dykes will niovo ngpin in a few in charge of Frank Hurley charged with KYM i concealed deadly weapons in days carrying jrirCetiMigHmentof Produoe and th patronage ofMounIii NwbMfct mrpH a twbf March 10 fttly ollcjM ad fall MtWfuetiou Bia Ike Morgan coil 1 dealers sold out except Salycr from Johnson who only disposed of six out of 95 Rose Bros of our town disposed of a good bunch at a small profit Fancy horses were in good demand and mules sold moderately well havo added largely ta our stock and now occupy two large buildings and carry as complete a line of goods as can be found in any city If you havent time to make tho trip to our city write and we will send cuts or samples of any of the many arti- Â¬ that THE FUllNITUbE Â¬ Kaafl m -- Pure Drugs Medicines Chemicals MT STERLING KY mnttFiM fc IGHTNIN6 INIMENT CJU s FOR MAN OR BEAST vYtWi gfAtfV AFE URE Â¬ Â¬ TRIMBLE BROSWHOLESALE GROCERS MT STERLING gurntd o no ao is N A iHKa aLHaKr - iMHn VH fWlWWWIFTI7 V - - Ill I T - - - - - - - - t - 7 I HE rag- Kl uH riwEJP 1 l IBS NKl taX ft mv- - IkIK - a v M I K X w- I i t Mk la l t f i H i by competent teachers If tlio child nnrnittu nrn Inn tinnr In fliminil tllPtl THE SCHEME WORKED woks tho Stato will furnish them wilf ouft How Two Clever Schemers Defrauded at - March 20 1891 incly It seems to be tho pride of Honest Country Merclmnt Stato as woll as our National Governf peoplo snail no cuucatei incut that her 2v50BS5v NE of tho early SCHOOLS OF KENTUCKY that thoy may hotter know how to assis traders of Wa torford Me Â¬ An IiitorcHlliiR History of the 1liHt Oiioh in sucn measures as win rcuouuu to mi honor and glory of our proud old Con writes a correIn tho Statu Established spondent was u to go brick to tlio monwoalth It will bo necessary thnt in tho earlier We nro kinsman of the Primnry Schools previous to our Com- Â¬ dawn of informed system that any oflic our school renowned Arte mon School system Tho first school ox for fenr of mus Ward who teachers wo lmvo nny account of in Ken- Â¬ seeker tlnred not this ouestion defent dil How was known in tucky wcro Mrs Cooms as early as 1770 nrcss himself on ferontitis todavl Ono who would ad his towji which at Ifarrods Station and John May at vocato such au idea would bo considered was then new McAfees Station in 1777 who was aft- Â¬ a common enemy to all mankind Oun erwards killed by tho Indians and 1838 has been sparsely settled At that time tho boys wcro required progress in education since like a ireatV wonderful v to carry their guns to school and as tho wheel rollinc Today it is than now as down an inclined plane 1 -school nouses wcro orcctcd far out in tho Squire Brown speed in overv revolution Woe Mr Brown kept store and acted as a wilderness tho teachers were often at Â¬ eainine to the tacked killed or captured School books stop its man or people who attempt to mediator of tlio peace Trade used to accelerated speed It is wonder- Â¬ pcomo to his store from quite wcro rare oue boolc often served for six a distance being or eight pupils Thoy often used a pad Â¬ ful to note tho increased efforts part Tnd far up in the woods umon thu lui- ftrth bvlleachcrs in tho eastern nut dle on wliich were cut or written A B of Kentucky A great number are now is amusing to think that this cold windy day late in autumn Cs p It i i n in paddlo often served two purposes After Ann1mr wlifnliifimmnr tlm hot iimtifltw SCCdy lookinff individuals Stood Oil they had completed their paddlo side of In this a roc icy blulT which overlooked tho course they passed to Dilworths spell- Â¬ tutions this thoy can Lexington teachers beautiful nnd quiet village below in tako the institution ers and Dilworths arithmetics Such course which prepares teachers in all the close consultation as to how they could wcro tho devices for education at that branches required to bee initiate themselves into the good graces timo How interesting it would bo to commoninschool State Besides this llicy of Squire Brown sufficiently to ob Â¬ this taught know how our ancestors were educated can tako a business and a preparatory tain n supply of provisions to last them under such difficulties yet wo are in- Â¬ Thh through tho job in contemplation for Lexington University formed that they wero educated to n courseimportant step toward tlio future1 clothe themselves for the colder limited extent Though tortured by in- Â¬ is an progress schools in themnun weather and incase their foot in now cessant cruelties of savages thoir un- Â¬ tains of of common So long tif warm boots in place of the well worn and Kastern Kentucky qualified and indifferent teachers their mo thin soled ones which at that damp mo- Â¬ uru unxiuus uuuui uiu poorly constructed houses the distance they peoplebo secure but if they luuuur ment covered their feet They stamped should will which thoy had to travel by cut roads fall into apostacy the future would W their feet upon a dry roek as they con- Â¬ through tho unfriendly forest where the in danger of relapso and barbarism Tin jured red face lio in wait tho frightened deer common freo school is the fountain whostr I have it said the elder of the two bounded by and tho wildcat screamed stream will make glad all tho lands ol clapping his hands in high glee I from tho unfrequented forest that would liberty And we should endeavor UV will go in first and get comfortably bo demoralizing to our school boys and avail ourselves of its advantages lest wr girls perish through ignorance William 11 After theso primary scenes passed DoBusk in Hazel Green Acadenust there wcro seminaries of learning estub tablishcd One at Danville which con- Â¬ Iocullarlth H of tht Luttur E tinued until 1789 when it was removed It is well known that the letter lo to Lexington From this seminary en is used more than any other in the Eng Â¬ tprpriso grow tho Transylvania Univer- Â¬ lish alphabet It is seldom that we meet sity which in after years under tho with a sentence in wliich it does not ap presidency of Dr Holloy rivaled the pear Each of the following verses in mo and excellency of Harvard and contains every letter of the alphabet Yale colleges Strife befell its manage Â¬ except the letter e ment consequently its usefulness was A vial swain should not complain io destroyed Of any buxom fair In 1798 county seminaries of learning Who tnoeks his nuiu and thinks it gain were established by a friendly act of the To quiz his awkward air Legislature donating six thousand acres Quixotic hoys who look for joys AH VI of land to each county This valuable Quixotic hazards run endowment was soon wasted by unwise A lass annoys with trivial toys management Now by nn act Congress Opposing man for fun Meddlesome Matty appropriated a largo sum to each Stato iAi-i-s-s ftBsr Of this appropriation Kontucky received Attractive OarmeutH 8AJD THE ELDEIt OF TIIE I nAVE IT one million four hundred and thirty TWO Visiting Aunty Why in the world do three thousand seven hundred and fifty you buy such mannish looking clothes seven dollars By act of tho General Assombly in February 1837 eight hun- Â¬ You surely cant think the things seated then you come in and we will give each otber titles and play whale dred and fifty thousand of this sum wero pretty N o aunty theyre not That is we will talk property and busi- Â¬ Lovely Niece forovcr set asido as a common school ness Cows that pretty and I dont wear them much fund replied the other I think Good 1838 tho law passed to establish a Aunty Then why do you get them In Nieco Oh its such n comfort to see that must work system of common schools in Kentucky Accordingly the first speaker entered and this was drafted by Judgo William them around N Y Weekly tho store and taking a seat by the fire F Bullock who was a devoted advocate proceeded to fill and light his pipe after Not to lio Downed of popular education Previous to the Edith aged ten My grandfather which he pulled a newspaper from his war this system languished without any decisivo results as to progress until at was tin English lord and mamma says pocket and to all appearances seemed deeply interested in its contents length there was a tax of five cents on Im not to play with you Soon the door opened and number two aged hix very indignant for com Carrie the one hundred dollars levied Captain Good morning This increased Ill lot you know Ive blue blood in my entered mon school purposes tho fund already in tho treasury previous veins too My grandfather was one of Lord exclaimed the new comer as he to 1847 Tho school bonds were burned tho pilgrims that came to this country in grasped his companions hand Good morning Squire Andrews or destroyed in somo way by uu unfriend Â¬ tho ship Sunllower and landed on Glad to sec you ly administration but this imposition Plimpton rock Judge returned the latter which was so appalling to tho cause of But what has brought you up hero this Convincing Hln Wife education was restored by tho efforts of cold day Do you want to buy a dog his super returned the Dr It J Breckenridgo during Oh urgent business No sir I do not intendency which extended from 1847 I nm about getting ready for lnttcr to 1852 After this time the common Thank you thank you My wife my winters job on the lot I purchased schools wero nut upon a more prominent wants me to soil n favorite dog and buy hist year over in lsiacicguaruh tiistnei I basis than before During tho succeed her a sealskin sacquo with the money Indeed replied his companion ing years there was but littlo change if but I reckon four hundred and three am on the same errand As I failed to any in tho new system save by tho rav positive refusals to buy will convince get my price on my pine lot I con ages of war After tho civil war our her of her folly Munseys Weekly cluded to nut in a crew and clear the common school system assumed quite a lot of pine and then sell for what I can EiikHhIi ii She In Spoko diflerent attitudo tho per capita was in- Â¬ get Brown Say Jones do you know creased teachers wero better compen In this way they went on talking of sated peoplo realized tho importance of Rev Dr Thirdly mortgages big oxen and farms until education During tho superintendoncy Jones Yes Hes a very good man tho astonished mercliant notwnnsianu of Z F Smith in 18G7 au increase if Brown a little later to Smith Say inrf their seedv and cheap appearance tax from f cents to 20 cents on the 100 Smith do you know Skinny Pete the actually thought them two old miserly of taxable property was levied This act Milwaukee Terror nabobs who cared more lor tno nngmy was riltificu by n majority of twenty fivo Smith Yes Hos a very good man dollar than personal appearances thousand This increase of schoorrovo West Shore Before leaving thoy informed Squire nuesand tho enactment of better school Brown that as tbey wcro to do a big Way A Ily tho laws maiked n new era in tho progress of Caller Your husband is out of town business during the winter and wcro Before this time schools our common short of money just then their help be tho school term was three months now isnt he Hostess No hes at home Be hasnt ing poor men who must havo their pay it was increased to fivo Teachers wages every Saturday night they would liko increased moro than double There was been away for months Why Caller Oh nothing nothing at all to run an account for a few weeks long new lifo infused into education through Shortly after a pair of heavy out our Commonwealth Since then our By tho way I wonder what has become legged boots incased tho feet of each pretty Widow Wilkins Good schools lmvo continued to increase Theso of the Clothing and stores of tho men measures oro greatly duo to tho faithful News of food necessaries wero shipped to and efficient management of Henderson Contrary to Vrecedont camp Tho indebtedness had reached thon J D Picket who succeeded Mr Well said Mr ITojnclc young Mr up into tho hundreds when the squire Smith as superintendent It is hoped by Trotter is in the toils at t I under Â¬ learned that ho had been duped by two all who are interested in tho cause of stand he is ongnged to worthless shiftless fellows Shoe and education bat this system which has al Â¬ He wont like that replied ITojnclc Leather Review ready dono so much good in our State interrupting ho always objected to Sproutlliii for JLeiiKiiu Around may continue to prosper as rapidly in toil of all kinds Chicago Inter Ocean all subsequent time Tho marshy overflowed lands sunken Woll can wo remember when our lots and half submerged river banks Â¬ ren of Cotton schools in this part of tho State were Inquiring Youth Fndder vas deso which givo thorn birth the seeds of mataught by tejichers most of whom could clodings made haluf cotton so dey nod laria impregnate tho air and nro inhaled not today by law get a certificate Old shrink at overy breath by thousands unprovided against the methods lmvo passed away and all Dealer No dey vns mado haluf cot- Â¬ with any adequate- safeguard things have become new Wo no longer ton ho do gustomers vould nod shrink baneful influence Yot such oxist po Â¬ hear in tho school rooms tho babbling of from do price Oood Nows tent alike to remedy or to prevent puro Â¬ from 60 to 100 tongues This has quiet in its constituents and the professionally Too ly passed nwuy A bettor method has recognized substitute for tho hateful Fractlccti It been instituted All peoplo who have Cumso Your help is Irish isnt drug quinine Its numo is Hostctters Mrs Stomach Bitters a family specific and anything to say on tho subject of educa Â¬ Bho v Â¬ safeguard foremost not only as an antl tion admit it to bo ono of tlio most essen Mrs Fangle O yes tial requirements Wo hear our parents doto to malaria but albo as a means of Docs she boliovo in homo rulo staying that thoy never enjoyed theso Woll I should say sol Sho just permanently romoving dyspepsia and liver complaint blejuinga that tho young of today enjoy bosses tho housa Drnkos Magnzlno relieving constipation nnd bladder ail Â¬ kidney rheumatism Thir earnest solicitations arc for the Appropriate Large ments and nervousness Among invig youBjf people to qvail themselves of these Tlio IIontT Waitor Xeuso mo sah orant it takes tho first place nnd it is la not their experience wor also a superb appetizer Uso it systo jy our attention 7 If we uo not acquire Yoa five mo a nfedrato bill Colonol Grace from Richmond we have tnatically Ei education we need not sHy eld U has Thats all right If you and tlio land Â¬ no opportunity for every Every family in the mquntains should freencceea to the common schools five lord of this house nront cofafvderatos v- j IHK0 xnm tnouUta lAJtMsh ywuy which are taught Ill swallow my war recortL Jndiw Hazel Geeen Herald AMENITIES OF OUTTEIl LIFE B COURIER JOURNAL LOUISVILLE KY Fkiday Wi ihL w Subscription rates Daily nnd Sunday 10 year Dnily without Sunday 8 a year Sunday 2 a year Weekly 1 a year n The Weekly Courier Journal lnrcct circulation of anv Demo cratic Newspaper in the United States and a proposes to double or treble us turcnuy large circulation Has the UflW 9 fiBY GIVING AWAY nUW r EACH AND EVERYDAY To sonic one a splendid High Arm Sewing Mnchiue or a Handsome Gold Watch fliay ABSOLUTELY FREE 1 Full particulars in Weekly Courier-Journa- l Sample copy free Send for one more JjtMi Address W N IIALDEMAN President Courier Journal Company LOUISVILLE KY IfSy Ifcend the following club rates and scud in your subscriptions at onco Hio AhbchsoiI Valuation of Property oh i Shown by tlio IlotituiH Hazel Guien Herald and Ol OH 1 The assessors book for 1891 shows the Weekly Couiuek Jouunal J VOUi ptal assessed valuation of real and pcr- Address SPENCER COOPER hnnl property in Lee county to be as Hazel Green Ivy follows 133 101 i acres 1 It 21 P valuo 76 103 town lots 414 value 251865 llUAJUt AKAtftt JCWJLtiS2 8 stallions 325 707 horses 48403 1 jack 184 mules 40 1521 15705 cattle 30649 1231 sheep 23001 The only Protection that will effect 2484 hogs 8730 52 stores 33488 watches 6000 gold silver and plated ually protect all people all classes all 478 ware 74 iewelry diamonds 150 household goods 150 paintings labor and all interests is that styled fclUU nrick stone and other building Self Protection acquired only from material 2350 professional library a truthful knowledge of ways and 40 pianos organs etc 37073 safes 1027 wagons StilSO raw material to means legal and illegal just and unbe used in manufacturing 44018 man- Â¬ just by wliich the burdens of govern ufacturing implements 150 agricultu- Â¬ labor and industry are ral implements 100 agricultural prod- ment profits of divided ucts 2258 slaughtered animals 28 so unequally present annual value of annuities nnd That knowledge is power and ignor royalties J0 one steamboat 2500 steam engines and boilers 35300 wines anco its slave is forcibly illustrated whiskies etc 3182 miscellany o182 daily in all walks of life among all total assessed value personal property people in all countries subject to equalization 273214 credits Where knowledge is used as a power or money at interest 58292 all other demands against corporations in or out or a means for gaining wealth without of this State 3107 money in posses labor or an equivalent therefor it besion or on deposit 43945 bonds of all kinds 1100 stocks not paid in by cor- Â¬ comes necessary to deceive or keep ia porations 1010 value ot all judgments ignorance of such methods those from 5347 value of all other property after whom the wealth is taken hence it is deducting debts 305 total assessed value of personal property not subject to that of the ten thousand newspapers equalization U310b grand total as Â¬ printed in the United States less than sessed value of real and personal property 1400290 Males over 21 1202 le- Â¬ ten are absolutely free and independent gal voters 1279 children between G and of the power or control of some class 20 years 1771 G licensed studs jacks party or monopoly whose interest it is and bulls rate per season 13 tavern license 14 pounds tobacco 3110 tons to keep tho great mass of peoplo iu of hay 249J bushels of corn 128827 ignorance of their methods bushels of wheat 797 bushels of oats The Cincinnati Weekly Enquirer is 3935 acres of wheat 178 acres of corn G5S2 acres of meadow 807 acres of one of the few if not the only one wood land of which there is more than absolutely free from such influences twice as much as shown by tho assessors It is the most honest thorough able book 50413 cattle exempt 180G valued at 297G7 The total assessed value teacher and exponent of truthful of all taxable property in Leo county knowledge of reliable data free from last year was 913955 showing an in- Â¬ bias fair frank nnd explicit crease for this year over Inst of about 50 partisan per cent There are 19 2 10 miles of the to such degree thnt one cannot but feci Â¬ uri nl LEE COUNTYS WEALTH 1aiII Â¬ i Â¬ Â¬ W ih Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ -- Kentucky Union railroad taxable at edified and capable of forming correct 10000 per mile adding to total assessed Such a paper value of 1400290 the sum of 19 2000 conclusions therefrom household Sampta on which 432 will bo collected for local should be in every Special Cor Herald purposes copies can be obtained by addressing the publishers at Cincinnati O THE LATEST WlilNKLE Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ The Enquirer and Thk Herald will both be sent for one year for only 180 Send in your subscriptions now Â¬ - StttoM 9 m ik Vim Â¬ JOKE ON JUDGE TUTT Told fB Kyo- - Obtain 1iitunta Oiveutu JPPP Marks CopyrlulitH sent B A pamphlet of Information and nb M Wstractof tlio lavrssliowliiK How iomf a TrmlnMk 1 frttMr v 1 ly n NulBh1or Who Wart An WitnoHS to tho Solf Intllcted - llinlHhniuiit A good joke is told on Stovo Tutt County Judgo of Wolfo county Judgo Tutt is engaged in a number of business enterprises iu Wolfe and is ono of tlio stirringest men of his section For somo months ho has been engaged iu logging for tho Kentucky Union Lumber Co Tho temporary cmbarrassmont of the company has annoyed and interrupted tlio Judgos business considerably so much so that ho wants to kick himself for ever engaging in it The story goes that a neighbor was passing the Judges house a few nights ago and heard a ter riblo switching going on Approaching nearer Judge Tutt was seen with a heal Â¬ thy well dovoloped two year od Hickory sprout threshing himself vigorously Ho would occasionally stop and put- such Are you over questions to himself as going to log again Didnt I tell you What it was mean work anyway am I going to do with that hundred yoko Lexington Transcript of old oxon - HI CASNOWGO Opposite Patent Office Washington ttucli nnjr furly D Caveats and Trailo Marka obtalnod and all Pat ent business conducted for Moderate Fees Our Ottlco Is Opposite U S Patent 0 Wee and wocnneoctiro patent InleBBtlmotnantnoso Â¬ rcmoto from WaBhlnjjton Send modol drawing or photo with descrip- Â¬ tion Wo advlBO If patontablo or not freo or charge Our feo not dno till patont Ib BccurcUj A Pamphlet How to Obtain Patonts wltf names ofactual clients InyourtHato county vuuruas lowu Bum ircu C mi j onnn vTurr ho montr yZ - A YRAft lnliJeiui irwnofellhtr nIJLILJ ncrliitruitJOivUloriludulrioulT VSfcklV fr munlrMufifMhliiLuT l 1 iiAivj - Fulling Uemody number who art niklnjt tawWl Zi TlfB li ViJ5 SOI I la MraniMiNi the only permanent euro and c Aiaiaux toiZiibrAtiruCuFMlRZ jb for all forms of hcadacno and neuralgia TinPQT DTTTt reliovea the pain in from 15 to 20 min Â¬ MVWUltlioUXUJUfl utes For sale on poiltivo guarantee at rriiiHM in host htyl u officeLpr sent postpaid by Thk HkraJ rncoi niV l Mil omee tocmiusyourordd mail ou receipt ot nil vmti u oox A JNovor ju Fyd Jii i j 3 izB M WWW BWW JUllfeliUjU JOHN M UDGE LYNCH PALMER CHOSEN JHL Sice Unltod Sliito Svinitor l rom UUiioIh After Two Months llnllotliig is to Open Court at Mt Ster- - f r for tho Trial of a Family John Macau ley Palmer United States senator from Illinois was born in Scott r wljt fi U1IMIHIMK rft Willi county Illinois in 1817 During his in Â¬ Tins AmihuI Confess thotrt fancy his father who had been a soldier tost atrocious crimo ninong the in tho war of 1812 removed to Christian list of murders occurred in Mont- - county Kentucky where ho remained lory county three and onc hiilf miles till 1831 when ho emigrated to Madison hi Mt Sterling on the Gth instwhcn county Illinois Young Palmer received During tho summer Ilium Ferguson nn old and respected a little schooling B 0 Watts and of 1838 ho formed tho acquaintance of his icr inddnuuhtcr Gociu Boyd wero pol Stephen A Douglas then making his led from arsenic placed in a coflee pot first canvass for Congress Young elo Ferguson and Watts have died tho quent and in political accord with Mr h who drank but little is still in a Palmer he won his confidence fired his IticiU condition The whole affair at ambition and fixed his purpose to enter it was one of those mysteries from upon tho study of law and he was ad Â¬ licit a clew seemed impossible but mitted to practice in 1839 From that ler a weeks trail of frhrewdness siis- - time on ho was much interested in poli ion rested on John Wiggintoit and tics In 1813 ho became probate judge In sons Frank Charlie Jim and Fred Id they wero arrosted and brought be 18 18 he was elected to the State Consti ta Judeo J W Groves of tho City tutional convention where he took a lurt aud they were sent to jail for safe leading part In 1852 ho was elected to the State senate lie ran for Congress Benincc and a mob in 1859 but was defeated In 18G0 ho Tho excitement ran high nili1nd lioliovimr tho parties wero was Republican Presidential elector for 1 iI i 1a I tV and were uuiurimuuii una muy the State at large In 1851 he was ap Â¬ ild suffer death by hanging but by pointed one of the five delegates all Re Â¬ inititiJ 11 vT Minvj Miitiur1 tlinvf publicans sent by Illinois to the Peace vj llllVltllUIUII 1 ttten wiitinwi persuacieu to awau iiirinur uuvuinp- - congress at Washington When the civil conflict broke out he ments When the officers went out with warrants of arrest they were found in a offered his services to the country and field shucking corn and their actions was elected colonel of the Fourteenth Il gavo them away The youngest boys linois infantry and participated in the cried aud begged for mercy Fred and engagements at Island No 10 Farmiiur- Jim children only ten and thirteen ton Chickamauga and Stone river and years saying if father only said so they for his gallantry at tho latter place he Under Gen would tell all about it and finally they was made major general Sherman he was assigned the Fourteenth told tho horrifying story They said Charlie and Frank took the Army corps and participated in the Atpqison which had been bought a few lanta campaign In February 18G5 he was assigned to days before aud went to Mr Fergusons Charlie went into the kitchen the military adniinibtration of Kentucky house and put tho poUon into the coffee pot Gen Palmer was nominated for governor while Frank remained on the outside of Illinois by the Republicans in 188 Mrs Wigginton knew about it but says was elected lxya large majority His she tried to prevent it but Charlie being political course during his term was such desperate aud a bad man would not as to alienate him from his party and his acceptance as a Democrat which he listen and carried out his plans knowledge has over since been but though a force Frank stoutly denied any of the matter but finally made a clean in polities since then he has remained in breast and implicated the whole family private life He received the indorse Ho said they all knew about it that they ment of the Democratic State convention had determined to kill Mr Watts at all held in June last for the office of United costs and that he and Charlie left their States senator and tho instructions home about 10 oclock Thursday night which every Democratic senator and and together went to Mr Fergusons representative elected in November last effected an entrance into the kitchen received wero considered as obligating and Charlie put ten cents worth of ar- him to vote for no one else for United senic into tho coffeepot where there was States senator a quantity of coffee left from the evenJfersons ing before This Mrs Ferguson added And thoso Neuralgic nervousness troubled with resulting fresh coffee to for breakfast Mr Fergu- Â¬ from care or overwork will bo relieved by taking Brotvns Iron Bitters Genuine son Watts and the girl drank of it He has trade mark and crossed red lines on wrapper was aorry the old man and his granddaughter were poisoned they had nothA PITCHED BATTLE ing against them Fought in a Kentucky Hull Itoom Tho Wiggintons removed to MontgomA terrible battle is reported to have several years ago and last ery county year raised tobacco with Mr Watts and occurred at Kilgore a small minjng town because of a misuhderstnnding in a set- Â¬ on tho Newport News and Mississippi tlement they claiming that he owed Valley Road about 20 miles west of Cat them 17 more than his accounts showed lettsburg on the night of March 10th and because he refused to settle their Six men are said to have been fatally way they decided on the above plan to shot and several others slightly wound- Â¬ ed For several days the belles and the kill him beaux of tho little hamlet had been KINGAIDS CASE making preparasions for a grand ball to Tho Trlnl To He No linger Postponed be given at the public hall To make After a years delay Chas E Kincaid tho occasion more delightful the young is to bo arraigned for the murder of the men purchased gallons of Ashland forty lamented Hon W F Taulbee A spe- Â¬ rod The timo rolled and also tho jugs cial from Washington March 11 says of red eye 0 Maurice Smith and Judge Jerry The ball room was crowded with men Wilson appeared in the Criminal Court women and children Early in the eventhis afternoon and appealed for a con ing tho men began drinking and as the tinuance of tho trial of Charles E Kin night wore away to show signs of intoxi- Â¬ caid which was set for next Monday A cation Exactly what led to the battle telegram was read from Senator Voor no one seems to know moro than that a hoes associate counsel in tho case who quarrel arose between two of tho dancers is at Hot Springs Ark suffering from over a young lady present Suddenly a an attack of rheumatism stating that shot was fired and a panic ensued Men his physicians had advised him that he women and children rushed for tho pass would bo in no condition to leavo there ago to the open door Tho doorway be for at least sixty duys Smith and Wil- ing clogged with the mass of humanity son requested that a continuance be whose only object was to escape from tho granted until the middle of Juno Dis- - shower of murderous bullets being fired trict Attorney Colo objected inasmuch in the hall The first man to fall was as it was over a year einco that tho crime Sherman Lucas a miner As soon as had been committed and that some of Lucas fell his friends rallied to his rescue tho witnesses for tho Government wero and a regular battle was tho result already on their way to Washington Between ten and twenty men wero en- Â¬ Judgo Hagner held that with three such gaged on both sides and it is estimated vtblo attorneys as Judge Wilson 0 Matt- - that between 50 and 150 shots wero fired Smith and Judgo Grosvcnor the in- - Tho firing ceased only when tho ammu Â¬ lresui 01 mo uciouunui wouiu uu uiru- - nition was exhausted During tho fight run- - guarded While ho would bo glad the lights were extinguished which fact ho said to have Senator Voorhees asso no doubt saved many lives When tho ciated in tho trial of the case and was smoko of tho battle cleared away six sorry that ho was sick ho considered it men lay on tho floor badly wounded an abuse of judicial discretion to grant Soveral others were slightly wounded further postponement not sufficient to call In medical assistance Tho wounded men aro Sherman Lucas Many Persons Are broken down from overwork or household Charles Bunting Sam Bunting Andy j Howell Browns Iron Bitters Jeff Waugh and David Waugh rebuilds the system aids dlgettlon remotes ex- ildrcn were Injured cec of bile and cures malaria Get the genuine i No woinc son-in-la- hi e3H4o9 Citizensflational Bank WINCHESTER KENTUCKY PAID UP CAPITAL Â¬ SR E 1 Hull -- iuL J 17500000 o WASH MILLER Â¬ o2i ilSfSirSBSM list 4 S PRESIDENT W WILLIS VICE PRESIDENT I 1 1 A H HAMPTON CASHIER wb J W P0YKTER ASST CASHIER oCo Â¬ T 2H4 n IffiMHH Hfttffi AMMMRftHM JL E IBEMH- illilWK KU- -i- I a 4 irSfAsr- iisu- - ase n HKCrESSkMfcaF - ILWiXm v ft ruvrii-uCivL- -- g33rsffgsJi2 JL u tBasasaBXSiaBm lj jjw3ss r Z jttjBs2HWmm -rn- r-7tiiiiH Has amnio facilities for doing a general hanking business So- l J lllIIN z - cA rori -- - turns gives prompt and careful attention toall business entrust ed to it and extends to its cus- turners the most liberal accom modations consistent with cor rect banking business UlpUSllS Illllhltt COIIOC- - A RECORD OF CRIME Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Tom linker tho ltiul Mini of Itlttor Creek Safe In tin Stanton Jail A Stanton Ky special of the 10th Deputy to the Courier Journal says of Wolfe county today Sheriff Drake delivered to tho jailer of Powell county Thomas Baker indicted for the murder of Win Patton and the serious wound ing of James and George Sheffield near this place Dec 25 1889 Baker has a bad record for crime for a young man having committed many offenses in this and other States and is now wanted at Portsmouth O for killing one man and wounding another For this last crime he was arrested but made his escape from jail and came to Lee county Ky where he again had a shooting scrape and seriously wounded threo men named Angels mid was himself seriously wound- Â¬ ed After getting able to travel he had trouble with Thomas Fulks and shot and Ho made his escape to wounded him Antigo Wis where he was captured and surrendered on a requisition of Detective Drake This is the eleventh man arrested on requisition secured by Mr Â¬ NKFNIT PKY IH lWv tyygvyytyy7V ENTRAI LWAY HA 1SLUK CSltASS ItOUTH IN EFFECT JANUARY 4th THE 1891 SHORTEST AND QUICKEST ROUTE FROM CENTRAL KENTUCKY TO ALL 1OINTS ttfrtfro40ttoete6W4fr OLD KENTUCKY ROUTE Mississippi VnlloyCo E D j Newport Ncra NORTH EAST WEST AND SOUTHWEST FAST LINE BETWEEN LEXING Â¬ TON AND CINCINNATI WASHINGTON PHILADELPHIA NEW YORK THE SEA SHORE BALTIMORE OLD POINT jjSTSciiedule in Effect Feu Sooth Hound Cincinnati Covington 1a Ar I 15 1891 No 0 Accoin No 2 Daily LxprcRH Fst Lo KxSiin 2 20 pm 2 2011111 No 4 Daily And nil Eastern Cities Tho Direct Lino to Daily Â¬ IMchtnoml Corbin Paris Lexington Paris Wiuchcbter 8 10am 8 00 pin 8 18 am 8 08 pm 11 18 am 10 23 pm 12 lOnn 11 00 pin 11 271111 Ar 12 1 lOnn 35 pin 05 pin 0 jin 25 pin 50 pin 00 pin 45 pin 20 pm 5 0 5 0 7 30jim 20 pin 37 pin 15 pm 20 pm LEXINGTON ST LOUIS LOUISVILLE KANSAS CITY CHATTANOOGA MEMPHIS Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ MillleHloroiiLli 7 A LADY IN MISSOURI Cumberland Gap 7 I 4 Corbin 5 Seniln Greeting to The Herald IlcmlerH Williamsburg Jcllico Ar Gulf Polk County Mo 1 Li- 150pni Richmond J March 9 1831 4 45 pin Lancaster Editor Hazel Green Herald I Stanford Ar 5 20piii have been taking your paper about 12 No 5 No 3 No 1 Dailv Dnily months It like to read it fine Wo take North Bound Express Daily Ex Sun threo papers It is my choice paper to Stanlord 7 00IUII Le read Wo are having winter weather Lancaster 7 50 am m rt C 10 15am Ar OQ hero now tho worst wo have had this Richmond 8 15 am Jellico Le winter The farmers aro all housed up WilliamHburir 8 50 urn waiting for tho1 sleet and ice to molt oil Corbin Ar 55 5 0 35 mn 0 25 urn I think the peaches aro about all killed Cumbd UapLe 45mn iMKMllesimrougn here Wheat looks tolerably well Wo Corbh s a i oj 0 25 am moved to Missouri six years ago last Livingston 11 05 am Ar f V 11 15 mn May I like to livo hero I think it is Livingston Ic Lc J 05 am 12 J p m a grand place to make a living tho land lUclimond Winchester Ar 0 55 am 1 10 nm We havo fino schools Paris produces well 7 45 nm 2 33 pin Le 7 00 inn LOOpm 3 45 pin here and good Sabbath schools I dont Lexington 7 5tuin 2 45 pin 4 25 pm rails sec but what the health of tho people is Covington Ar 10 44 mn 5 40 pm 0 37 pm Ar 10 50am 5 50 pm G 45 pm as good as it is in tho mountain parts of Cincinnati Kentucky I was born and raised in W L Munhon Trav Pnss Act Leo county Virginia Cincinnati Ohio 5 - Drake Livingston 3 4 And nil Points West nnd Northwest nnd South and Southwest KABT HOUND Fast Fast API Accora Express Dnily Dnily Dally ex Sun ex Sun 7 45 nm 11 ija -- Louisville Lexington Winchester Mt Sterling Olive Hill Ashland Cnttlcttsburg Huntington WFST HOUND Le 2 35pm 0 10pm 0 55pm 7 20pm 0 03pm 10 30pm 10 43pm Ar 11 07pm 40 urn 5 25pm 12 3 5 45pm 35pm l 2npm 0 35pm 7 30pm 10 15pm MP 5 35pm 50pm 0 25pm ChnrlcHtou AhIiImhI Huntington Cnttlettsburg Ollvo Hill Mt Sterling Lc 1121am 1 1 1 1 Winchester Lexington Louisville Ar Ar 2 4 5 5 0 12 50 nm 10pm 0 00 nm 25nm 20pm 40pm 135 am 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iih i - I S3 I i I i Mi 1 jooks tho Stato will furnish them will - March 20 1891 mgiy it seems 10 oe ioo pnuu m uun How Two Clever Schomor Defrauded at IIoncHt Country Mnrclnuit Stato tt well as our National Governf bo cducatci NK of tho early ment that her peoplo shall SCHOOLS OF KENTUCKY may hotter know how to iwsls trndcra of Wit that thoy in unnli iiwinuiirnu nu will rnilntiiid to til torford Mo An Intoreiitliijr HUtory of tlio VI rut Ouch honor and glory of our proud old Coin writca a corre- Â¬ Katnhllahuil In tlio Htutu i spondent was a wi Minimum ii It will bo necessary to go back to the Wo aro informed that in the cnrliofl kinsman of tlio Primary Schools provioiw to our Com- Â¬ dawn of our school system that any olllc renowned Arte School system Tlio first school aenknr ilnrnil not for fear of defeat CX mon mus Ward who teachers wo liuvo any account of in Ken Â¬ nrcss himself on this Question How diiP was known in tucky woro Mrs Cooms as early aa 1770 ferontitis today Ono who would ad his towi which and John May at nt JlarrotlH Station vocato such an idea would bo considerer was then now McAfees Station in 1777 who was aft- Â¬ a common encmv to all mankind Our and erwards killed by the Indians in education since 18118 has been Rpar8ely settled At that time tho boys wcro required progress wonderful Todav it is like a croat W than now as to carry their guns to school and as tho wheel rolling down an inclined plane sVlM Squire Hrown school houses wero erected far out in tho gaining speed in every revolution Woo l Mr Brown Icopt store and acted as a wilderness tho teachers wero often at to tho man or peoplo wno attempt to Trade used to tacked killed or captured School books ston its accelerated snecd It is wonder mediator of tho pcaoo 1icw wcro rare ono boolc often served for six ful to noto tho increased cflbrts being Irntnn In IliH Ntnr frnm nittf or eight pupils Thoy often used a pad Â¬ put firth by tcaehers in tho eastern part and far up in tho woods umong tho lum- dle on which wero cut or written A li of Kentucky A great number aro now oer camps Cs It is amusing to think that this availing themselves of tho Hazel ureen Ono cold windy day late in nutumn paddlo often served two purposes After Academy which is ono of the best insti- two seedy looking individuals stood on paddlo thoy had completed their In this a rocky bluff which overlooked tho tutions this side of Lexington courso thoy passed to Dilworths spell Â¬ institution they can take the teachers beautiful and quiet village bolow in Such course which prepares teachers in all the close consultation as to how they could ers and Dilworths arithmetics wcro tho doviccs for education at that common school branches required to bel initiato themselves into tlio good graces timo How interesting it would bo to taught m this state Ucsidcs this they of Squire llrown sufllcicntly to ob know how our ancestors wero educated can take a bushes and a preparatory tain a supply of provisions to last them under such difficulties yet wo aro in- Â¬ course for Loxinuton University Tim through tho job in contemplation formed that thoy wero educated to u is an important step toward tho clothe themselves for tho colder limited extent Though tortured by in- Â¬ progress oi common scuoois in mo futurcf weather and incase their foot in now moum cessant cruelties of savages their un- Â¬ tains of ICastern Kentucky So long u warm boots in place of thu well worn and qualified and indifferent teachers their tho thin soled ones which at that damp mo aro anxious about tho poorly constructed houses tho distance flmv peoplelt uniiire lint if thov luturc ment covered their feet Thoy stamped will shook which thoy had to travel by cut roads fall into apostacy the future would bi their feet upon a dry rock as they con- Â¬ through tho unfriendly forest where tho in danger of relapso and barbarism Tint jured red face lio in wait tho frightened deer common freo school is the fountain whos I have it said the older of the two bounded by and tho wildcat screamed stream will make glad all tho lands o clapping his hands in high glee 1 from tho unfrequented forest that would liberty And wo should endeavor t will g in Urst and get comfortably bo demoralizing to our school boys and avail ourselves of its advantages lestw4l girls through ignorance William 11 Aftor theso primary scones passed Eirish in Hazel Green Acadeinist there wcro seminaries of learning estab One at Danville which con tablishcd IocullaillloH or tho Inttor K o Tt in woll known that the letter tinued until 1780 when it was removed to Lexington From this seminary en is used more than any other in tho Eng- Â¬ terpriso grow tho Transylvania Univer- Â¬ lish alphabet It is seldom that wo meet vy sity winch in after years under tho with a sentence in which it does not ap r jj ii IUf v presidency of Dr Ilolloy rivaled the pear Each of the following verses Sfffcl tamo and excellency of Harvard and contains every letter of tho alphabet If iJrl If Kvitf UH ift Yalo colleges Strife befell its manage except the letter o i ment consequently its usefulness was A inviul swain nImhiM not complain destroyed Of any liuxom fair vSW STt Vi tZKhJ LIB In 1798 county seminaries of learning Who mocks his imiii and thinks it gain wore established by a friondly act of the To quiz his uwKwurtl air - ftAA ll r- Legislature donating six thousand acres ml MS pi nrrr i Quixotic hoys who look for joys ii vy V of laud to each county This valuable Quixotic hiuurils run endowment was soon wasted by unwise A lust annoys with trivial toys management Now by an act Congress Opposing man for fun T Meddlesome Matty appropriated a largo sum to each State ii2 Of this appropriation Kentucky received Attriwtlvo CurinontH I nAVK IT SAID TUB KLDEll OF THE ono million four hundred and thirty TWO Visiting Aunty Why in the world do three thousand seven hundred and fifty seven dollars By act of tho General you buy such mannish looking clothes Assembly in February 1837 eight hun Â¬ You surely cant think the things seated then you come in and we will give each other titles and play whale dred ami fifty thousand of this sum were pretty Lovely Niece N o nunty theyre not That is we will talk property and busi- Â¬ school forever set asido as a common ness Hows that pretty and I dont wear them much fund replied the other I think Good In 1838 tho law passed to establish a Aunt Then why do you get them u comfort to feeo that must work Niece Oh its such system of common schools in Kentucky Accordingly tho first speaker entered and this was drafted by Judgo William them around N Y Weekly the store and taking a seat by the lire F Hullock who was a do voted advocato Not to llw Downed proceeded to till and light his pipe after of popular education Previous to the aged ten My grandfather which he pulled a newspaper from his Edith war this system languished without any decisivo results ay to progress until at was an English lord and mammu says pocket and to all appearances seemed deeply interested in its contents length there was a tax of five cents on Im not to play with you Soon tho dooroponed and number two the one hundred dollars levied for com Carrie aged six very indignant Captain Good morning This increased Ill let you know Ive blue blood in my entered school purposes mon tho fund already in tlio treasury previous veins too My grandfather was one of Lord exclaimed the new comer as ho to 1847 Tho school bonds wero burned the pilgrims that came to this country in grasped his companions hand or destroyed in somo way by an unfriend- Â¬ tho ship Sunilower and lauded on Good morning Squire Andrews Glad to see you ly administration but this imposition Plimpton rock Judgo roturncd tho latter which was so appalling to tho cause of has brought you up hero this But what Convincing IIU Wife education was restored by the efforts of cold day Do you want to buy a dog Dr It J Ilrcckenridgo during his super returned tho Oh urgent business No sir I do not intondency which extended from 1817 I am about getting ready for latter to 1852 After this lime tho common Thank you thank you My wifo my winters job on tho lot 1 purchased schools were put upon a more prominent wants mo to sell a favorite dog and buy litbt year over in Blackguards district basis than before I During tho succeed her a sealskin sacquo with tho money Indeed replied his companion ing years there was but httlo chango if but I reckon four hundred and three am on tho same errand As I failed to any in tho new system save by tho rav- Â¬ positive refusals to buy will convince got my price on my pino lot I conages of war After tho civil war our her of her folly Munsoys Weekly cluded to put in a crow and clear the common school system assumed quito a lot of pino and then soil for what I cau EiiKllrth iii Sho Im Hpoko difiercut attitude tho per capita was in- Â¬ creased teachers woro bettor compen BrownSay Jones do you know get this way they went on talking of In sated peoplo realized tho importance of Row Dr Thirdly mortgages big oxen and farms until education During the supermtendoncy Jones Yes 1 los a very good man tho astonished merchant notwithstand of Z F Smith in 1807 an increase of Brown a little later to Smith Say ind their seedy and cheap appearance tax from f cents to 20 cents on the 100 Smith do you know Skinny Pete tho actually thought them two old miserly of taxable property was levied This act Milwaukee Terror nabobs who cared moro for tho mighty was nttificu by a majority of twenty ilvo Smith Yes Hes a very good man dollar than personal appearances thousand This increase of school reve West Shore Before leaving thoy informed Squiro nues and the enactment of better school Brown that as they wcro to do a big Uy tlui Way A laws marked a now era in the progress of Caller Your husband is out of town business during tho winter and wero our common schools Before tins time abort of money just then their help be- Â¬ tho school term was three months now isnt he Hostess No hes at home Ho hasnt ing poor men who must have their pay it was increased to five Teachers wages cvory Saturday night thoy would like increased moro than double There was been away for months Why Oh nothing nothing at all to run an account for a few weeks Caller new lifo infused into education through Shortly aftor a pair of heavy long out our Commonwealth Since then our By tho way I wonder what has become Good legged boots Incased tho feet of each schools luivo continued to increase These of tho pretty Widow Wllkins Clothing and stores of tho men measures aro ureutly duo to the faithful Nows of food necessaries wero shipped to and efficient management of Henderson Contrary to Vrecedont camp Tho Indebtedness had reached thou J D Ticket who succeeded Mr Well said Mr ITojnek young Mr up Into tho hundreds when tho squiro Smith as superintendent is hoped by It I under Â¬ learned that ho had been duped by two nil who aro interested in tho cause of Trotter is in the tolls at last he is engaged to worthless shiftless fellows Shoo and education hat this system which has al- Â¬ stand He wont like that replied Hojaelc Leather Bevlcw ready dono so much good in our State ho always objected to may continue to prosper as rapidly in interrupting HpruuiUiiK for Lciikiiu Around Chicago Inter Ocean toll of all kinds all subsequent time Tho marshy overflowed lands sunken Voll can wo romember when our Vavh of Cotton lots and half submerged river banks schools in this part of tho Stato were Fadder vas deso which give thorn birth the seeds of ma Inquiring taught by tejichers most of whom could clodlngs madeYouth cotton bo dey nod laria impregnate tho air and aro inhaled haluf not today by law get a certificate Old shriulc at overy breath by thousands unprovided methods lmvo passed away and all cot- Â¬ with any adequate safeguard against the Dealer No doy vas mado haluf things liavo become new Wo no longer ton no do gustomors vould nod such oxistpo shrink baneful influence Yet to hoar in tho school rooms tho babbling of orcvent miro nut nlikn to remedy or do price Good Nows from 60 to 100 tongues This has quiet- Â¬ from constituents and tho professionally in its ly passed nwuy A bettor method has TraetlccH It Too recognized substituto for tho hateful been instituted All peoplo who lmvo Mrs Cumso Your help is Irish isnt drug quinine Its namo is Hostottors anything to say on tho subject of educa sho Stomach Bitters a family specific and tlttn admit it to bo one of tho most essen safeguard foremost not only as nn out Mrs Fangle O yes tial requirements Wo hear our parents doto to malaria but also as a means of Does sho bollovo in homo rulo nayinf that they never enjoyed theso Well I should say sol Sho just permanently removing dyspepsia and Wliuige that the young of today onjoy bosses tho housa Drakos Magazine rolioving constipation llvor complaint Â¬ Ttteir mvjimi ftolioitatione aro for the rheunmtiam kidney and bladder ailApproprUte Largox Among invig yiwujf people to nvatl themselvea of theae ments and norvousness The IIofid WRlterXcuse me sab oranU it takes tlio first place and it is rivUfg la their experience wor toy our attention If we do not acquire Yoa give mo a nfedrato bill also a superb appetizer Use it systo we need not aay we have Colonol Oraeo from Richmond matically a w opportunity for every child haa Thats all right If you nd the land Â¬ free aqceae to the common tchoolt five lord of this house arent coftfdraW Every family In the mountain ohould It jvm n nuwYi mj r ivvuruynirw ULifoi I J lK tM Hazel Geeen Hebald by competent teachers mrcniH aro ioo jmmji w minimi If tho child j wl 1 AMKNITIES Or OUTTFlt LIFE TI THE SCHEME WORKED COURIER JOURNAL LOUISVILLE KY 1 Friday l T llivT W Subscription rates Daily nud Sunday 10 Daily without Sunday 8 a year a year Sunday U a year Weekly a year 1 The Weekly Courier Journal Has tho largest circulation of any Democratic Newspaper in the United States and proposes to double or trchlo its already largo circulation Qr BY GIVING AWAY UnU 0 lIUW f EACH AND EVERYDAY To sonic ono a splendid High Arm Sewing Machine or a Handsonio Gold Watch iay Â¬ i 1 more ABSOLUTELY FKEE Full particulars in Weekly Sample copy free Courier-Journa- ia l Send for one mMP LEE COUNTYS WEALTH Address W N IIALDEMAN Presidont Courier Journal Company LOUISVILLE KY Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ j i I Â¬ illS vMn lm I 1 11 -- Y l rzfi t y 52rV Â¬ ayRcad the following club rates and scud in your subscriptions nt ouco rlio A8Hohho1 Valuation of Property as 0 01 ILvzrL Guhkk HriiALD and Shown ly thu KiititniH Tho assessors book for 1891 shows tho WmKIA CoUIUKH JOUKNAli j VliUUi btal assessed valuation of real and per Address SPENCER COOPER hnal property in Lee county to bo as Hazel Green Ky follows 13310111 acres K 21 P vnluo wx WGJjlOS town lots 414 value 251805 KlUAi AHrftftt WWJLi B stallions 325 7G7 horses 18403 1 jack 184 mules 40 1521 15705 cattle 23051 30049 1231 sheep Tlio only Protection that will effect j343S 2484 hogs 8780 52 stores watches 6000 gold silver and plated ually protect all peopleall classes all 74 478 jewelry ware diamonds is that styled i150 household goods 150 paintings labor mul all interests 100 brick stone and other building Self Protection acquired only from material 2350 professional library n truthful knowledge of ways and 40 pianos organs etc 37073 safes un1027 wagons 0480 raw material to means legal and illegal just and be used in manufacturing 44018 man Â¬ just by which the burdens of governufacturing implements 150 agricultu- Â¬ ment profits of labor and industry are ral implements 100 agricultural products 2258 slaughtered animals 28 so unequally divided present annual vnluo of annuities and That knowledge is power and iguor 20 one steamboat royalties 2500 anco its slave is forcibly illustrated steam engines and boilers 35300 wines whiskies etc 3182 miscellany 5182 daily in all walks of life among all total assessed value personal property people in all countries subject to equalization 273214 credits Where knowledge is used as a power or money at interest 5S292 all other demands against corporations in or out or a means for gaining wealth without of this State 3107 money in posses labor or an equivalent therefor it besion or on deposit 13945 bonds of all kinds 1100 stocks not paid in by cor- Â¬ comes necessary to deceive or keep in porations 1010 value ot all judgments ignorance of such methods those from 5347 value of all other property after whom the wealth is taken hence it is 305 total as sessed deducting debts value of personal property not subject to that of the ten thousand newspapers 113100 grand total as Â¬ printed in the United States less thau equalization sessed value of real and personal property 1 400290 Males over 21 1202 le- Â¬ ten are absolutely free and independent gal voters 1279 children between 0 and of the power or control of some class 20 years 1771 6 licensed studs jacks party or monopoly whoso interest it is and bulls rate per season 13 tavern license 14 pounds tobacco 8110 tons to keep the great mass of peoplo in xM of hay 2494 bushels of corn 128827 ignorance of their methods bushels of wheat 797 bushels of oats The Cincinnati Weekly Enquirer is 3985 acres of wheat 178 acres of corn 0582 acres of meadow 807 acres of one of the few if not the only one wood land of which there is more than absolutely freo from such influences twice as much as shown by tho assessors is the most honest thorough able book 50413 cattlo exempt 1800 val- Â¬ It ued at 29707 The total assessed value teacher and exponent of truthful of all taxable property in Leo county knowledge of reliable data free from last year was 913905 showing an in- Â¬ bias fair frank and explicit crease for this year over last of about 60 partisan per cent There are 19 2 10 miles of tho to such degree that one cannot but feci Kentucky Union railroad taxable at ediiied and capablo of forming correct 10000 per mile adding to total assessed Such a paper value of 1400290 the sum of 192000 conclusions therefrom on which 432 will bo collected for local should be in every household Sample purposes Special Cor Herald copies can be obtained by addressing 1 Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ I Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ TIIK IATKST WlilNKLE the publishers at Cincinnati O Â¬ The Enquirer and The Herald will both bo sent for one year for only 180 Send in your subscriptions now Â¬ Â¬ iSBSAfffltlJ A AGENCrforN Â¬ JOKE ON JUDGE TUTT stract or tuo iiwssiiowtiiK i pamphlet of Information and ab Hovr Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Told Ily a NulKhhor Who Wntt An Kyw- WUiiuhh to tho Siiir Inlllcttiil riuilHhmoiit A good joke is told on Stovo Tutt County Judgo of Wolfo county Judgo Tutt is ongaued in a number of business enterprises in Wolfe and is ono of tho stirringest men of his section For somo months ho has been engaged in logging for tho Kentucky Union Lumber Co r Tho temporary embarrassment of the company has annoyed mid interrupted Caveats and Trade Marks obtalnod and all iat tlio Judgos business considerably so cut bushiest conducted for Moderate Fees U S Office Office Is much so that ho wants to kick himself and Our can eocuroOpposite IuIcbsPatent than tuoso 3 wo patent time for over engaging in it The story goes remoio irom wnaniwjion Send model draw with that a neighbor was passing the Judges tion Wo advtso iflug or photo or not descrip-of freo patentable house a few nights ago and heard a ter cuarco uur ioo noi uno tin paioiu 10 Hccuruu A Pamphlet How to Obtain Iatonta wifi m riblo switching going on Approaching 01 actual nearer Judgo Tutt was seen with a heal Â¬ names ecni ireo ciionm inyuuroiuie cuumj town Auuress thy well developed two year od Hickory snrout threshing himself vigorously Ho Opposite Patent OjflceWahlnilon D C would occasionally stop ami put- - such Aro you over questions to himself us J iL going to log ngain Didnt I tell you What it was mean work anyway nfrliiirutUoiiwerkludwiriouil imii rni mrr IkkMtud Boll am I going to do with that hundred yoko w lVklTH8hmrpi Lexington Transcript of ohi oxon u Vb i ri Sirrunh Obtain mtoius cnvoiim Traun v3iarxs InpTriaiiiB imt Jrtt Addrw MUNN CO Ny01 llromiwuy ivvf ork to mm CASNOWGO 3000 J l I 1 Â¬ E I nt A Nover Vailing Heiuedy MkgiuminK tho only permanent euro for all forms of hcHdacho and neuralgia relieves tho pain in front 15 to 20 min- Â¬ utes For sale on positive guarantee at Tun Ilitfua ofticevpr sent postpaid by r an vl ix uv niHit uu iri iHiui iiii VMl UrlrJrtuL J i 3 trV imt -- I tj555k ami t lowest rtes nt till omvwt HH i your orilH v HYlRHI DTTTt lAVJlUiJ JJIJUXJM i rniitru in ityV die KSEfil I mmanm JUDGEJJYNCH Troatons to Opon Court at Mt Stir ling for tho Trial of a Family JOHN M PALMER CHOSEN A After Uultuil SlntiH Senator 1iom Illlnolx Two MontliH Hullotlng ltiaiK1 I With rnlHoiilnj Throe of TliHr Tliu AtTUHOjl Goiiiphn Neighbor tutional convention where he took a leading part In lSf2 ho was elected to the Stato senate Ho ran for Congress in 1809 but was defeated Tn 1850 ho was Republican Presidential elector for tho Stato at largo In 1S1 he was ap Â¬ pointed one of the five delegates all ReB IlllUrVllllHIII Ul IVinu vwunnvi kiiuj publicans sent by Illinois to the Peace persuaded to await further develop congress at Washington When the civil conflict broke out he When the officers went out with ments were found in a offered his services to the country and warrants of arrest they Held shucking corn and their actions was elected colonel of the Fourteenth Ilgave them away The youngest boys linois infantry and participated in tho cried and begged for mercy Fred and engagement nt Island No 10 Fannintr- Jim children only ten and thirteen ton Chickamatiga andSlone river and years saying if fatherAmly said so they for his gallantry at the latter place he Under Gen would tell all about it and finally they was made major general Sherman he was assigned the Fourteenth told tho horrifying story They said Charlie and Frank took the Army corps and participated in the Atwhich had been bought a few lanta campaign poJBon In February 185 he was assigned to before and went to Mr Fergusons days the kitchen the military administration of Kentucky house Charlie went into and put tho poison into the codec pot Gen Palmer was nominated for governor while Frank remained on the outside of Illinois by the Republicans in 1858 Mrs Wigginton knew about it but says was elected bya largo majority His she tried to prevent it but Charlie being political course during Ids term was such desperate and a bad man would not as to alienate him from his party and his acceptance as a Democrat which ho listen and carried out his plans Frank stoutly denied any knowledge has ever since been but though a force of tho matter but finally made a clean in politics since then he has remained in breast and implicated the whole family private life He received the indorse- Â¬ lie said they all knew about it that they ment of the Democratic State convention had determined to kill Mr Watts at all held in June last for the oflico of United costs and that he and Charlie left their States senator and tho instructions home about 10 oclock Thursday night which every Democratic senator and and together went to Mr Fergusons representative elected in November last eflcclcd an entrance into the kitchen received wero considered as obligating and Charlie put ten cents worth of ar- him to vote for no one else for United senic into tho coffeepot where there was States senator a quantity of coffee left from tho even1ersons ing before This Mrs Ferguson added And thoso Neuralgic nervousness troubled with resulting Â¬ from euro or overwork will be relieved by taking fresh coffee to for breakfast Mr Fergu Browns Iron Hitters Genuine son Watts and tho girl drank of it He has trado mark and crossed red lines on wrapper old man and his grandwas sorry the daughter were poisoned they had nothA PITCHED BATTLE ing against them IoiiKht In a Konturliy Hall Itonm Tho Wiggintons removed to MontgomA terrible battle is reported to havo ery county saveral years ago and last year raised tobacco with Mr Watts and occurred at Kilgorc a small minjng town because of a misuhderstanding in a set- on the Newport News and Mississippi tlement they claiming that ho owed Valley Itond about 20 miles west of Cat them 17 more than his accounts showed lettsburg on the night of March 10th and because he refused to settle their Six men are said to hove been fatally way they decided on the ahovo plan to shot and several others slightly wound- Â¬ ed For several days the belles and the kill him beaux of tho little hamlet had been KINCAIDSCASE making preparasions for a grand ball to To io No Tongcr ImttpuiUMl bo given at the public hall To make Tho Trial After a years delay Chas E Kincnid tho occasion moro delightful the young is to bo arraigned for the murder of the men purchased gallons of Ashland forty lamented Hon W P Taulbec A spe- Â¬ rod The time rolled and also tho jugs March 11 says of red eye cial from Washington 0 Maurice Smith and Judgo Jerry The ball room wns crowded with men Wilson appeared in tho Criminal Court women and children Early in the oven this afternoon and appealed for a con- Â¬ ing tho men began drinking and as the tinuance of tho trial of Charles E Kin- - night woro away to show signs of intoxi caid which was set for next Monday A cation Exactly what led to the battle telegram was read from Senator Voor no one seems to know more than that a hoes aisociato counsel in tho case who quarrel arose between two of tho dancers is nt Hot Springs Ark suffering from over a young lady present Suddenly a an attack of rheumatism stating that shot was fired and a panic ensued Men his physicians had advised him that ho women and children rushed for tho pass would bo in no condition to leavo there ago to tho open door Tho doorway bo for at least sixty days Smith and Wil- ing clogged with tho mass of humanity son requested that a continuance bo whoso only object was to cscapo from the granted until tho middle of Juno Dis- - shower of murderous bullets being fired triH Attorney Colo objected inasmuch in tho hall The first man to fall was as it was over a year since that tho crimo Sherman Lucas a miner As soon as had been committed and that some of Lucas fell his friends rallied to his rescue tho witnesses for tho Government wero and a regular battle was tho result already on their way to Washington Hetwecn ten and twenty men wcro en- Â¬ Judgo Hagner held that with three such gaged on both sides nnd it is estimated uiblo attorneys as Judco Wilson CMau- that between HO and 1G0 shots wero fired Mlco Smith and Judge Grosvenor the in- - The firing ceased only when tho ammu Â¬ jVmui oi ino ueiuuuniii wuuiu uu cure nition was oxhausted During the fight Ijilly guarded While ho would bo glad the lights wcro extinguished which fact said to have Senator Voorheos asso no doubt saved many lives When tho ciated in tho trial of tho caso and was smoko of tho battlo cleared away six rry that ho was sick ho considered it men lay on tho floor badly wounded m abuse of judicial discretion to grant Several others woro slightly wounded further postponement not sufficient to call in medical assistance Tho wounded men aro Sherman Lucas Mnny Portions Are broken down from overwork or household Charles Hunting Sam BuuMng Andy mnt Browns Iron Blitors Howell JefT Waugh and David Waugli rebuilds the nyMcw aids digestion remotes ex Â¬ genuine No womo iildrcn were injured cess of bite au4 cures malaria Get the 1 1 1 Tlio most atrocious crimo nmonc tho long list of murders occurred in Mont gomery county three and one half miles from Mt Sterling on tho uth inst when William Ferguson an old and respected B C Watts and farmer his granddaughter CJocia Itoyil wero poi soned from arsenic placed in a colleo pot Mr Ferguson and Watts have died tho girl who drank hut little is still in a critical condition The whole aflair at Hist was one of those mysteries from which n clew seemed impossible but after 11 weeks trail of shrewdness sus Â¬ picion rested on John Wigginton and his sons Frank Charlie Jim and Fied and they were arrested and brought be fore Judgo J W Groves of tho City court and they were sent to jail for safe keeping Tho excitement ran high and a mob assembled believing tho parties were k B I uhih tlwtt jy ann wen uuwmiiiihuu lift uiuj lid suffer death by hanging but by son-in-la- Â¬ John Macauley Palmer United States senator from Illinois was born in Scott county Illinois in 1817 During his in Â¬ fancy his father who had been a soldier in tho war of 1812 removed to Christian county Kentucky where ho remained till 1831 when ho emigrated to Madison county Illinois Young Palmer received n little schooling During tho summer of 1838 ho formed tho acquaintance of Stephen A Douglas then making his first canvass for Congress Young elo quent and in political accord with Mr Palmer he won his confidence fired his ambition and fixed his purpose to enter upon tho study of law and ho was ad Â¬ mitted to practice in 1839 From that time on ho was much interested in puli Â¬ eSE4 CilizeiisfJolioiiiilBmik WINCHESTER KENTUCKY PAID UP CAPITAL H9B 17500000 o WASH MILLER M S PRESIDENT tics Â¬ In 1813 ho became probate judgo In 1818 he was elected to the State Consti- Â¬ W WILLIS VICE PRESIDENT A H HAMPTON CASHIER Â¬ vo J W P0YNTER ASST CASHIER Â¬ ilLZIisij A aa- - rajfrgvfjftvwyyv Has amnio facilities for doing a general banking business So- Â¬ licits deposits makes collec Â¬ tions gives piompt and careful attention toall business entrust- Â¬ ed to it and extends to its customers tho most liberal accom- Â¬ modations consistent with cor- Â¬ rect banking business Â¬ RECORD OF CRIME Tom linker Uui A 11ml Mini of Illttor Creek Safo In tlu Stanton lull Â¬ Â¬ Stanton Ky special of tho 10th Deputy to the Courier Journal says Sheriff Drake of Wolfo county today delivered to tho jailer of Powell county Thomas Raker indicted for the murder of Wm Patton and tho serious wound ing of James and George Sheffield near this place Dec 2r 1889 linker has a bad record for crime for a young man having committed many offenses in this nnd other States and is now wanted at Portsmouth O for killing ono man and wounding another For this last crime ho was arrested but made his escape from jail and came to Leo county Ky whero he again had a shooting scrape and seriously wounded three men named Angels and was himself seriously wound- Â¬ ed After getting ablo to travel he had trouble with Thomas Fulks and shot and wounded him Ho made his escape to Antigo Wis whero ho was captured and surrendered on a requisition of De- Â¬ tective Drake This is the oloventh man nrrestcd on requisition secured by Mr Drake A zizffZzizsnrriBOKgzzN KENTUCKY CENTRAL RAILWAY HIUI5 OltASS KOUTIC IN EFFECT JANUARY 4th S 1801 ZZDZvS2525 TO AM THE OLD SHORTEST AND QUICKEST ROUTE FROM CENTRAL KENTUCKY POINTS o44freooowtt K KENTUCKY ROUTE Mississippi Valley Co D Newport News NORTH EAST WEST AND SOUTHWEST FAST LINE BETWEEN LEXINGTON AND CINCINNATI IgySciiKDULi Â¬ WASHINGTON BALTIMORE OLD POINT PHILADELPHIA NEW YORK THE SEA SHORE in EffwtFkh No 2 15 1891 No J Â¬ Sooth Hound Cincinnati Covington 1uriH Â¬ Paris Lexington Winchester Richmond Livingston Â¬ Daily press FMt Lc Kx Sun Le 8 10am 8 00 pm 2 20 pm 8 18am soapm 2 2Cpm Ar 11 18 am 10 25pm 5IOpm 12 Klnii 11 00 inn i 20 pm I 5 tpm 11 27 am 0 15 pm Ar 12 lOnn 7 20 pin 1 Wpm Kx i 7 Daily No 4 Daily A ccom And all Eastern Cities Tho Direct Lino to LEXINGTON ST LOUIS LOUISVILLE KANSAS CITY MEMPHIS CHATTANOOGA Corbin MiddleHhorough 4 fiOpin 0finn Â¬ Â¬ Cumberland Pap I 100 pin Corbin 5 IT pin Send flroetlnff to Tim Hm nlrt IWuulerH Williatiibburg Ar 6 20 pin Jcllico Gulf Polk County Mo 1 Le 100 pin Richmond March 9 1851 1 pm Lancaster Editor Hazix Gkkrn Hruald I Stanford Ar fi20jmi have been taking your paper about 12 No 5 No 3 No 1 Dailv Daily months It like to read it fine Wo tako Noivrn Hound Express Diiily Kx Sun to threo papers It is my choice paper 7 00 am l o Statiiord read Wo nre having winter weather Lancaster 7 50 am a cJ 2 10 15am Ar UQ horo now tho worst we havo had this Richmond 8 15 am I winter Tho farmers aro all housed up Jcllico 8 50 am WilliaiiiHbtirg waiting for the1 sleet and ice to melt oil Corbin 35iun Ar Sana 25iun I think tho peaches aro about all killed Ctunbd JapLc Gm3 S C 145 am MlddIesbrough hero Wheat looks tolerably well Wo It 25 inn c a a Corbin C M moved to Missouri six years ago last Livingston Ar in5ani 11 f5nm Lu May I like to livo hero I think it is Livingston 1C aorani 12 11 pm Richmond n grand place to mnko a living tho land Ari U 55 am 1 10 pm Winchester Wo havo fino schools Paris produces well 7 45 am m ri jnia j 1111 Lu 7 00 am a 00 pm 45 pm and good Sabbath schools I dont Lexington here 7 511 am 2 45 pm 4 25 pm runs sec but what tho health of the people is Covington Ar 10 41 nm 5 40pm G 17 pm Ar 10 50 am 5 50 pin 0 45 pin as good as it is in tho mountain parts of Cincinnati Kentucky I was born and raised in W L MUNSON Trav Vain Aif- tLeo county Virginia Cincinnati Ohio LADY IN MISSOURI 2o pm 7 50 pin And all Points West and Northwest and South and Southwest KA8T HOUND Fast Fast MM Aecom Express Dailv Dailv Dally ex Sim ex Sun Le 2 1Jpm 7 45 am 11 J 10pm 11 40atu 5 25pm 11 1 55pm 12 45pm 0 35pm k 7 20pm 1 xopm 7 30pn 11 0 03pm 3 35pm 10 15pm i 10 10pm 5 85pm 11 10 4iimi 5 50in 0 - ija Lexington Winchester Mt Sterling Ollvo Hill Ashland Uiiuiliigton LntdHvillu CattlettHbtirg WKST 110 UN I Ar 1107pm 25pm Charlchton Huntington Cattlettsburg Afdilaud Ollvo Hill Mt Luxiiiirtnn LouIhvHIo Sterling Winchester Le 1121am 12 50 am 1 10pm 0 00 am 1 20pm 0 26 am 0 35 am 1 40pm 2 58pm 8 47 am 8 45 am 4 32pm 10 52 am 0 25 am 5 12m 11 45 am 7 15nni Ar 5 45pui 12 40tin 8 10 am Arl 0 15pi 4 50pm 12 15pm KxijtKflS 1 andhasVestibulctl Pullman Dtiflut Sleepers between Lonifivlllc Lexington Washington New York and Old Point Comfort This train is made part of tho eolebrated Hast of Huntington on tho C Limitkd Vkhtiiiulki runs daily Jknnii OiiiNOKii S ENGLlSlullADE STEEL PENS different patterns In 2rNffkcltfla WCch Bex nent noet pAld oa receipt of 10 CKNTS PERRY A It u tin daily Runs dully from all stations except the Rowland DivUlon which Is dally except Sunday No 3 Daily except Sunday No 4 Dally between Cincinnati and Lex No 2 No 5 iiiKton Noa 2 cinnati Fast Mail Tkainh run daily except 8tui day between Lexington and Huntington Mako direct connections at Huntington with S F II Moiink AhhI Oon Paw Agt At Ashland with S V Itv At Office Chamber of Commerce Htiildiiiff Winchester with K C It It north and Cincinnati Ohio south bound and at Lexington with L No 2 Daily to all points except llnwlaml N L 8 and 0 N O T P Ilallroads DIvInIoii which let dully except a u tiny Lkxikoton and Omvk Him Accomo No 1 Hiiiih daily from Lexington to Cin C P Atmouk It Anott uon lnnn Agl lralllu Manager Jcnoral Olllces Louisville Ky F F V O route CO 11 Â¬ iiation dally except Sunday Conneotaat Â¬ at Lexington with L WlnchcMter to and from K O polnta and S It It for Louisville r For full information In regard to Rates Itoutcs etc apply to any Agent of this or connecting lines or to O L Browx and 0 make connections at Win II E Huntington V P rhiVO M M V 15 D O Chester for points on tho N N U 8 ume 819 Breriwar New Yetk No 2 Carries through cars from CJiiuIh M xixotox xy at Thk Hkrald office at 10c a nati to MiddleubnrotiKh and CuwWlKHd G W BAKXKY W 8 HAlilOX dosen or 76c a Krow Call and purchase Cap aad all intermediate stations and rwn G A Lexington Ky G AAkhWtL dally writing easy some you would 00 London Erifcn24 lAto jrirtM if nuke ty l k yS 4fa v L III s I - HKibh - ar Hfrf xnifi upwji j- SryTnnji HwPLo iHir JHwliE t c ilt i - VJJ i r Jh fti M MffGERN KENTUCKY i Sayings and Doings of tho Citizens in Our Neighboring Countios A Ilniirilntul Soon 1 IlornW Corrtnnoii tdunH mill Hastily Wrltlon up for Our Army of Kendo MORGAN x im Wont Tilbnrly VIhm Roo Patrick and other particH wore ar rcyted and bound over for trial for tlio illicit fielling of intoxicants in thin place Charley Keyser has returned from a trip to Covington with timber Ho re- Â¬ ports good results considering losses in W T 4 timber David Lowis Jr and Miss McClain wero married last Thursday near this place May peace and plenty over hovor around them Dr B F Carter one of our ablest physicians has been prostrated for sev- Â¬ eral days with something like la grippe but is now able to bo out Frank has taken special caro of himself which is ono of the beat remedies yet known to sickness according to our opinion As Tin IIkuam can no more be called a patent sheet its work being all done at home why not homo patronize it Any ono wishing to moro liberally subscribe for this valuablo paper or desiring to advertiso will please step into tho storo of J T Govedon and get rates During Circuit court which begins on the 23d inst wo want to send at least fifty cash subscriptions to The Heiiam Your scribo in company with J M Atkinson of Salyeraville started for Farmers on Monday last in a littlo jo boat and with great eflbrt reached there on Tuesday in timo to tako tho express train for Cincinnati Our frail bark was only about 12 feet long and could not carry more than two passengers but by great precaution wo managed to keep the little jo boat in the current of the meandering stream of the Licking We took tho Western express for tho Queen City where wo landed at 7 A jr on Wednesday and the grand sequel is the purchase of a full line of goods which So aro for the benefit of our customers como one come all and see how far your hard earned dollars will go Too many merchants break by trusting Tom Dick and Harry and there is really no good business souse in this careless credit sys tem which has ruined so many business men and caused so many to buy beyond what they wero ever ablo to pay So wo bid a long farewell to tho credit sys- Â¬ tem and cordially shako hands with all who wish to pay cash or produce We want 1000 pounds of nioo whito or part ly mixed feathers at 42 cents per pound 1000 dozen eggs at 10 cents per dozen and all beef hides at 5 cents so says J T Govedon f Â¬ Â¬ March 10 Elite r Grassy Crook IriMttt Wo had the pleasure of visiting Hazel Green onco more and while there paid The Heiiam ofiico a visit and found everything in first class order Mr Coop er informed me that ho was printing tho paper all at homo now which will niako it beyond a doubt the best paper ever published in tho mountains Win Havens justico of tho peace who kept his odlco in tho store of Good pastor Stamper recontly destroyed by fire lost n number of very valuablo books somo of which belonged to his ofiico and others to himself individually Tho burning of tho storo at this place a short timo ago owned by Goodpastor Stamper was quite a loss to thorn and to tho neighborhood generally as the loss was about 3000 as boforo stated and tho insuranco was only 2000 Miss Sarah Barker who died a fow days ago was ono of our nearest neigh Â¬ bors and a nice Christian lady Wo re- Â¬ gret very much to hear of her death but must bo submissive to tho will of God Tho log men on this creok got out a number of logs during tho recent tides which will bring some money into this country and it is badly needed Dock Stamper of this place has gono to Mt Sterling on business March 10 Ox the Wing Â¬ Stephen Gum of this county who Austin Tieratt was down from Camp ton a few days ago to bid the hoino folks has been in Washington Territory for at this placogood byo Ho has changed several months has returned home He his notion and instead of going to Mon Â¬ says ho likes that country splendidly C F Amberg formerly with the Ken tana as reported by your Campton cor Â¬ tucky River Lumber Co has accepted a respondent last week has gono to Texas position with a largo mill company at A company consisting of F A HarriWo wish him lots of success Tyrone son and O M Matthews of Lexington F A Lyon Jr u man of no small and Jamca Combs of Ezel have rented importance to this and tho country con Â¬ B F CoekrclPs farm and stills for three years and they are going to make things tiguous hereto spent several days last Is a question hard to answer week prospecting in the counties pene- Â¬ hustle in great shape But as to who is selling the Taylor Henry of West Liberty last trated by the three forks of the grand cheapest goods in Hazel Green week traded somo town property of that old Kentucky River Mr Lyon is ac- Â¬ is easilv told place paying tho dilForoiioo to James tively engaged in the real estate business Lacy for his farm near this place for- Â¬ and is doing this section a vast deal of good by singing praises of this vastly merly tho S G Samples farm rich territory to those inquiring Long John Tieratt recontly sold his Judge L F Mann who was in Louisfarm to Noah Lovely of Breathitt coun- Â¬ closing out Jf Low Prices ty for 1000 and last week Mr Tieratt ville several days during last week and aro this lias returned and brings cheering are what you want we have bought Uncle Win Oakleys for 100 news concerning the R N I B rail- got them Hon J W Kendall and Rev W B road Ho says that Judge Richards Lykins of West Liberty passed through President of tho Ohio Valley Improve hero last week to attend Circuit court at ment and Contract Co has sold 000000 Frenchburg worth of bonds to Now York parties and James Combs formerly of Booneville that the outstanding debts of said comJUL I has rented propeity of W H Niokell at panies will bo paid oil and that the work this place and moved into it last week of constructing tho remainder of the VVe are going to sell AVe Dr George Boliu of this place has railroad lino will commence as soon as been on tho sick list for some time but possible making the early completion of have got prices to suit hard times All we ask is to give is now improving our road an assured fact Joseph Amyx from Red river was Mr and Mrs D N Young entertained us a call i visiting in this neighborhood last week quite a number of the young folks of CO H F PIE11ATT Win Oakley is going west as soon as Beattyvillo Thursday evening in honor of their friend Ashley Kellcy chief he can get things in shape Died on tho 16th inst son of John clerk of tho Three Forks Deposit Bank P S All outstanding notes Among those present were Judge and and accounts must be settled Murphy M Wheeler O II Pollard and nt Bruavr March 17 ome or you wij pay c0st wife Col 1 A Lyon and wife Mrs G p cV pA io LEE COUNTY E Kelley Misses Ruth Twyman Conic- ia Smallwood Edda Jones Nettie Mc- tmttillu Iti uiulitus J II Flanery returned from Frank- Â¬ Guire Lucinda Phillips Julinn Cann fort this week Tattie Mahan and Messrs Robt Farvin James Collier of Owsley county was C W Sale Marion Stratton Brownlow WITH in town Friday Jamison Win Young and a whole host The robins are here and will proba- that space excludes from this notice bly nest again The K U and the R N I IJ ought JULIUS BENCKENSTEIN GO to consolidate their forces and build n John H Ward of Lexington was in branch road from the Kentucky River tho city last week Manufactiucisand Jobbers of Hon R C Hill bought several good bridge at Walkers Creek down tne north side of the North fork to Beattyrafts during the recent tide E M Tryso has been in Middlesbor villo As we understand it from men who profess to know the line could bo ough this week on business built reasonably cheap The distance is Joe Bowling stabbed Tom Canter one only about l or 1 miles with an easy night last week in a drunken row grade The building of this branch J II Robinson of Charleston W Va would greatly facilitate business interests was in Beattyvillo a few days ago in Beattyvillo as well as being advanta Win Parker of Manchester was reg- geous to the two roads The business of WOONSOCKET istered at the Pryse House last week this region of country will very shortly R B Franklin editor of the Enter- necessitate the construction of these two roads and why not make a move in this prise was below on business this week AGENCY direction at once This branch would On account of a landslide on the K U we didnt get any mail from below last be profitable to the K U at present be Â¬ NO 105 WEST PEARL STREET cause the shipment of coal and lumber week from this place would be immense Judge J J Hampton of Daysboro CINCINNATI O March 14 Divah was among his Beattyvillo friends this lOOCZiOhO JSst week Wa w i wv W Every family in the mountains should 1J 1 a vear Onlv p Sherman Deaton and Miss Dcbby E tako Tun IIiram Eversole of this county were married F SUTTON c Friday BEATTYVILLE KY James K Roberts returned last week WANTED I frohi an extended business trip to Frank- REAL ESTATE AND COLLECTING i AGENT nNbw and Liberal Terms fort and points below -- I890-9I- Who Killed HAZEL GREEN ACADEMY Second Term Began vantages in n Â¬ Â¬ Feby 9 1891 coiKSK In jfRfj Hiiel Gieen Academy offers unusual ad HFP1ERATT5CD citiuiug Jjuiiij a tiiorotiLii iiunikkhs course id a coMiirn tkaciihus col iisu Oar Eiil lisli Cottrxu is thorough and prepares for1 i entrance into Kentucky University and col J leges ot that class Our Teaehcis iourseW embraces nil the brandies within the Comfl Talks audi iiidii School Luu together with Our lJusiucwj Lectures on School Topics Course prepares for the business transactions of every day life and for Npecial positions as eleiks hookKeupcrs accountants eie Ftii KNoiiHit Katih or Tuition per Session ofo FIRST GRADE GRADE THIRD GRADE FOURTH GRADE SECOND 1 1 MontlisA Â¬ payable one hall on entering school tne other half at middle of the term Â¬ 6 Ot 7 50 10 00 12 GO Â¬ We Wan o Se Â¬ FKKi TUITION given to one student oiu eacli ot the twenty mountain counties1 upon pieseutatiou of certilicate of good moral standing signed by the County Judge Only two stuS and County Superintendent dents have applied for free tuition thisycarl Good Board can bo obtained at from 200 to 250 per week tO lnpils from a distance will be undo school the sunct vision of the Principal of th to in enm Teachets of Public Schools votirsolvcs your profession Io you want to be a trttt tcachei i 11 so attend school at the llnzeH ii ccii Acnilemev mid take our NorimdJ Cmu se dining the Winter and Spiing AVt3 oiler you better advantages nt a less cx pensc tliau any school in the mountains of1 Kentucky You can INfKK AT ANY timk Vfl Foi further information address Do you want for better work hit lit m i 10Im WM Aug 21 H CORD PRINCIPAL 1890 J P ROGERS TPIE WINCHESTER BANK WIXCHESTEIl KY X H Â¬ WITIIKUSPOON Iicsidcnt It I HUNTER Citslilcrl Â¬ DTSlS ES Tins Rank solicits the accounts of mer fanners traders and business nieitl generally thioughout Eastern Kentucky and oilers its customers every facility uiitli the most libeial terms within the limits oH octl8ly legitimate banking eluints 1 Paid up Capital 20000000 Surplus 3000100 Mt Sterling National KY Bank MT STERLING Â¬ Â¬ RUBBER Capital 100000 Surplus 16550 LEWIS AITERSON Prisidknt II R FRENCH Cashiers customer fairly Mountain business is respectfully solicited with the assmanee that we will treat ever II j ti J Traders Deposit MT STERLING Â¬ KY T r Collections and remittances i Mrs D N Young who has been visit- Â¬ inatle Correspondence solicited piomptly CSTAddross A J COLE Gen ing at Ilarrodsburg for some time reoral Agent Barbourville Ky or V TYIKIl JOHN II UOSK JOHN C OGDEN Nurseryman turned here last Tuesday 71y Somersot Ky Dr J H Morrison who held a series iSfe TC 73ZOZf COC of services at tho Court House last week HAEL GREEN KY has located in Nashville Tenu J It Sharp IJrucc Trimble T O Denton Col O F Bunker manager of tho p i I 11 i mi DENTON TRIMBLE inreo rorKs imai jo oi mis pince lias gone on a visit to his home in Indiana MT STKRLIXG KY A XI Tho Kentucky River Lumber Co s big Have now a complete line of mill commenced operations last Monday Clothing Hats Boots Shoes giving employment to a number of men Furnishing Goods Rev Welburn and another brother of We enrrv a stock of lion and Wagon Ma and Gents klu1 nul ve HIei1 attt tho M E Church South held bcrvicea at Mils We Solicit an inspection of V tion to Horse shoeing tho Court JIouso Sunday and Monday pn- ouryoous 11 J M MfiSTAFK Piesideut G L KIRKPATItICK Vice Picsideat W THOMSON Cashier i TYLER ROSE rrCj I ffliiMMimiMiSHMP WACON MAKINC DIIIECTOKS ANDKUW FrSIKH G L KlIKIATKICK J T Highland Da R Q Dpakk W T Tyiib J I Riad Jl S STRADEB Successors to 71 E S0NM Co I J A IAM LEXINGTON KY Main Stukut Wholesale Dealers in nightH p EXCliange I D Marshal Watson had his examining trial for the killing of Madisou Monroe boforo Judgo Maloney Monday and was Mm I 1 OI KentUCKy KY I ami guuruiiiuu OliaiRlll Onhf Vnnhinhx ICIIIUUM Brandies tlihiplinC c Sti IfllldMDOi att MT STERLING satisfactory and articles as FINE recommended NEW- - Wines aequitted O II Pollard cashier of tho Three CAPITAL SIOOOOOOO We have moro Hiwul Green business than any other bank anil want to inerease it Semi in your account and we will treat you well H j L i Kzul Involution i i rv - v i Dr Lockhart returned from Cincin Â¬ nati a fow days ago where ho has been for somo timo working for a bIiccd akin on dontistry and notwithstanding il lrnitiy drawbacks and misfortunes and i whilt therelie has bepn successful itrm tlte way the Cincinnati Dally En qufw puflb him to muat have been the 4irfpeikrutote4fM that ever left that collet V K Forka Deposit Rank of this place re- Â¬ turned last week from a business trip to Louisville Robt Chambers who is located at this place spent several days with his family at Frankfort last week returning Friday of this week Gcorgo Maloney brother of our Conn- ty Judge and a prominent citizen of tills county died very suddenly of pneu monia on tho 5th inst C R Hill County Clerk was very sick tho first of tho week but has atitli ciently recovored to bo ablo to tako a trip to Frankfort leaving today TIiq 4th inst was pension day and tho boys from tho hollers were in fixing up tneir voucnorg rension money is about tho 6nly circulating Inedium in thla neck u tlu wooxU t present MMQ1S Capital Wm BANK 40000 M OLD WHISKY A SPECIALTYl CIGARS AND TOBACCO Agents for Old Pugh Old Pepper Old Tarr anil OIU Taylor MT STERLING KY GUS MEYER WITH I OJOCIIKUS INO 250000 Surplus Chas J PETERS JOHN G Piusiiint WINN WITH 0smin Mirciinu President Gnuiins Cashier Hardware Agricultural Implements FOSTER bVOVE i I J DRY kW DINGFELDER The largest capital and surplus and individual deposits than any bank in tilts sec tioi of the State nrrvrn piiiiled plows MALTA PLOWS VVk TW M ROBINSON Importers and Jobbers of CO CHAMPION REAlERS THOS J AUTISTIC Giinru JaJ0ly CUMMINS GOODS AND NOTIONS Boot and Shoe Maker HAZEL GREEN KY jSMrltiirhir Shop in connection tee satisfaction in all eases STODDARD AND ACME HARROW r DOORS AND i ASH A SPECIALTJI Nos 110 A U2 Second Stieet IUONTON OIIIU lly MoWERSv C37 f39 and fill West Main Street LOUISVILLE KY t- 5S and at lowest ratck nt U oflice Send as your order HOUSE BILLS xsrot m rx r ii ij iri ia af vjs w it Printed in the host tvlo rJfiSiQAW VrafiAiffA y K OnV Thos Henderson WIIOIiSAIK ASHLAND WT SEITZ AVITH y Son KY -