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Digital page images are linked to the text file. wmr ri mi X SPENCER COOPER Ownor and Editor SKVEXTIl YEAR Haz el Green Herald Of a Noisy World With News From All Nations Lumbring at His Brick 100 A YEAR Always In Advance HAZEL GREEN WOLFE COUNTY KY FRIDAY MARCH STATE SUNSHINE AND SHADOW 27 1891 A NUMBER 2 NO fMJiuiiivKiynvniimmmm numLLUurxrtT touiaatGussTpAus Clothiers of Kentucky LEXINGTON KENTUCKY OVER THE WORLD IN WEEK Â¬ Lapt Stod lest of lew M HONEST VALUES Tin Farmers Alliance of the Ninth Congressional district met at Vancohurg last week and organized a District Union with J S Rail of Fleming President Wm Luttrell of Mason Vice President and J S Moritz of Lewis as Secretary The action of the Stato Democratic Ex- Â¬ ecutive Committee in calling mass meet Â¬ ings in the various counties instead of precinct meetings to select delegates to tho coining Stato Convention was de Â¬ Resolutions were also adopted nounced demanding that the rolling stock of rail- Â¬ roads bo made subject to execution for damages for stock killed and that the State establish a uniform system of text books for schools and furnish same at Â¬ Now Jersey lias passed the new Congressional redisricting bill United States navy enlistments havo closed The limit is reached A lif teen inch vein of sand rich with gold has been discovered near Boston Mo NO PAY PAPER aro compelled to collect subscriptions promptly to ena Â¬ ble us to meet our expenses ami wo hope all may renew promptly In self defense we must drop from our list all who do not do so without furthor notice IsF MjGFWc The Kansas wheat crop is in better condition than it lias been for years at Expire 189 this season Thanking you for past patronage and Patrick OSultivan in Joliot 111 hoping you will renew wo remain penitentiary for lifo for killing Dr Cro Very respecfullv yours nin is after a new trial SlENCER COOPER Ifyou havo run overtime paid to the While resisting arrest at Pine Bluff date will show from what time you owe Ark George SiniH a desparado was shot you will oblige by remitting the balance and be it ever so little dead by a Deputy Sheriff fiSy YOUR SUBSCRIPTION -- 9 jit Hcnry M Stanleys Zanzibar valet was recently ejected from a California theater on account of his color At Lynnville Tenn Town Marshal James Hellmick shot and killed Turner Alexander while resisting arrest A citizen of Logansport Iud re- Â¬ cently became violently insane caused by religion and losses in lawsuitv Lord Tennyson has declined to write a song for the Chicago Worlds Fair opening He says that he is too old At St Louis last week Frank Casey colored hit John Perry also colored in the head with a brick and killed him Jonas Hoover of Goshen Ind is before the grand jury for writing a letter in which he called a man a dead beat While blasting coal near Brazil Ind one man was instantly killed and another so badly injured that he died soon after The town of North Washington la was almost destroyed by firo recently Supposed to have been the work of incen- Â¬ diaries Kate McClellan of Springfield O was arrested for making Artensia Johnson drunk and allowing her to go homo in that condition Harris Uilbert shot and killed his son for trying to prevent tho father from shooting a negro over a game of cards at ANNOUNCEMENT cost The members pledged themselves to vote for no candidate for the LegislaLOW PRICES HICH GRADES ture who does not favor the demands of the Alliance Near Cornishville Mercer county Saturday afternoon William Stines and AI Woods two lads were hunting Stines asked his companion to lend him his TO pipe and Woods passed it to him first filling it with powder over which a few crumbs of tobacco had been sprinkled After taking a whiff or two at the pipe the powder exploded entirely blinding Stines in the left optic besides seriously impairing tho vision of tho right eye Are now receiving a Fresh and Choice Stock of daughter of A John Nance colored lives with an aunt near Fairview Christian county by whom she was cruelly beaten one even Â¬ ing last week and then turned out and To which they invite the attention of the citizens of Hazel Green anil vicinity consist left in the bitter cold all niuht When ing of found next morning the child was in a c dying condition Her face feet and Also FARM IMPLEMENTS AND SEEDS OF ALL KINDS hands were frost bitten and her body terribly scarred from being whipped The Diilinies of Cincinnati have pur Â¬ and the clothing department is chock lull of bargnins K5T EVERYTHING GUARANTEED AS REPRESENTED OR MONEY chased 200 acres of beautiful blue grass REFUNDED land just outside of Lexington adjoining the Cassius Goodloo farm and is one of the most beautiful locations in the State for a breeding farm The Duhnie outfit at Woodlawn near Glendale Ohio will bo moved to the new farm and will be further improved Senator Carlisle was summoned on Friday last as a witness in the Kineaid AND DKAIKIt IN murder trial at Washington The At Â¬ torney General however notified Mr Carlislo that he would not be needed ex Â¬ When you visit Lexington do not fail to give us a call MAIL ORDERS PROMPTLY ATTENDED are authorized to announce GKOItGE W DllAKK as a candidate for Sheriff of Wolfe County subject to action of tho Dem ocratic party We Â¬ NEW STORE NEW GOODS Rose Fall S wango Winter Goods little five-year-o- ld Â¬ Dry Goods Notions Boots Shoes Clothing Mens All Wool Suits Only 750 JWT ORAVEIKT HAZEL GREEN KY And Trimmings of All Kinds UNDERTAKER Uartman Ark It takes about three seconds for a message to go from one end of tho Atlantic cable to the other This is about 700 miles a second Mrs George W Miller of Sweet Springs Mo committed suicide by the arsenic route because of a criminal as- Â¬ sault by a negro The famous Laguua do Tacho ranch of 19000 acres in Tulares county Cali fornia is reported sold to an English syn dicate for 1000000 The first conversation by telephone between London England and Paris France was exchanged last week and was highly successful At a reception in his honor at his old home in Macoupin county Illinois Senator Palmer said ho was not a candi Â¬ date for Vice President In Australia recently a remarkable feat in sheep shearing took place Forty seven men in ono day of eight hours took the fleeces off 6978 sheep The cotton receipts at Savannah Ga having reached 1000000 bales this year the event was celobrated with wine and music at tho Cotton Exchange Mrs Mary Cash Cheairs of Bolivar Tenn was a remarkablo old lady She predicted about two yearH ago that she would die on her 91th birthday and alio did it Inst week Henry Tow a township trustee of Tipton Ind dodged thirteen shots from guns and revolvers and had Gabo Mofllt and Curt Bass his arrested for attempted murder Mrs Thomas Williams living near Bradyotto Tenn has given birth to live children within a year twins at ono timo and triplets recently They are all girls and weighed six pounds each at birth John Stout of North Lowisburg O is not what his namo represents Ho followed his runaway wifo to Mechanics burg to havo her arrested but weakened when she swept past him without speak Â¬ Â¬ sons-in-law COFFINS CASKETS to 1 am prepared to furnish on KINDS AND SIKS from the cheapest to the verv finest I can furnish colli us cheaper Covington had only been in the employ than von can buy the trimmings Trice of Collins from 5 up I have a fine hearse and of tho company about thirty minutes will deliver coilius cheap when he met his death Matilda Coyce a colored woman of Hopkinsvillo said to be 100 years old ro I can VjOI Momiincnts from anysuch that Marble furnish Tombstones or was run over by a freight train receiving IWJH kind of or Granite and at the very lowest prices Very respectfully c J W CUAVKN injuries that will provo fatal One leg was cut off E W Mlukitt of Hopkinsville sued for 10000 for breach of promise by In dia Hays has compromised by paying DEAIKK IN 800 and an agreement to support the child John Wkiointon Sit implicated in the Ferguson Watts poisoning was cap- Â¬ tured in Mcnefeo county last week and KY safely lodged in Mt Sterling jail CSrCnrrica a complete line of Drews Goods Dry Goods NotionsBools Shoes At Louisville Theo Schwartz Co Staple unci Fancy Groceries Drugs and Patent Medicines to which he invites vour private bankers failed last week for attention and which ho will sell at the lowest prices for cash f00000 The assignment carries to tho When in search of bargains be sure and give him a call and youll save money wall tho Union Tobacco works A new trial was refused Evan Shelby J- at Padueah convicted of murdering and robbing Mrs Sallio Mooro four years since and ho goes up for life HAZEL GREEN KY The post office at Paris waH burglar-Â¬ o ized one night last week and money and CSlTDoublo and Single Turnouts and Snddlo cash and stamps amounting to between orsos for hlro Parties convoyed to anv noint 700 and 800 taken on roasonablo terms Nancy Snellino of Montgomery I will also attend to all calls for mictioneftrinrr nml county sold 800 worth of household efiolioit business of this kind Itespeutfullv Ao fects and eloped with Charles Stevison JOHN II IMKKATT a farm laborer Hon John W Wauiunoton of Cincinnati has been admitted to practice as VK C feWb lATO an attorney boforo tho Court of Appeals of Kentucky UV w For Lodges of all kinds printed in the best stylo and at MAnTy John Blew lias just been sent to tho tho lowest rates Just now wo are offering Masonic By Frankfort Pen to serve a lifo sentence Laws a neat little book of 20 pngetj 4x01 inches with a for the murder of tho Foster family 25 neat covor 100 copies prepaid by mail for only 1000 years ago fiSyThis hook contains By Laws Rules of Order Fu- Â¬ Tin slaughter house- of Martin Gob m r neral Services at the Grave c c and all reasonablo hardt K s at Covington was entered by bur- Â¬ anges will bo made to suit tho Lodge making the order Send for copy of tho glars and a quantity of beef carried off I ana mako Vour order now if you want to eavo money Wm Stone wanted in Graves county for attempted jape on Mrs Roberts whs Write Us for Any Kind of Printing You Need arrested at Pauucab Address THE HER rYTiel Green Ky cept in rebuttal Gko Rohekts who was recently killed short notice and at low prices COFFINS OF ALL on tho Kentucky Central railroad at FURNITURE lOLUI OF ALL KINDS REPAIRED XTT CASKEY General Merchandise HAZEL GREEN H Â¬ The proceedings of tho City Court at Decatur Ala wcro interrupted recently in a novel manner A trial was being held to compel the Judges of tho Probato Court to issue a license authorizing the sale of liquor at Falkvillo whoro a law prohibits tho sale of intoxicating liquors within threo miles of tho town Both sides were largely represented legally and the court room was crowded Ono of tho prohibition leaders opposing the issuanco of the license ihiittempting to hang up his overcoat in full viow of tho court accidentally lot fall from ono of tho pockcLs a flask which struck tho floor with a crash The application of Mary E Dewey of Goshen Ind for an original pension brings to light a queer happening of the war She served in tho Twenty sixth Ohio Volunteers disguised as a man and passed as Charles Dewey While in the servico she received a gunshot wound in tho limb which furnishes tho basis of her claim The Missouri Legislature has passed an anti Trust bill makinir it a misde meanor punishablo by a fino of 100 a day for each day that a company or cor- Â¬ poration is a member of a Trust which has in view tho raising of prices Mrs Quigley sister of Arthur Day who was hanged in Canada for pushing his wifo over Niagara Falls confessed just beforo she died that sho incited tho murder and helped hor brother to push his wifo over Rev Elipluilet Kent of Shclbyvillo ono of Indianas oldest Prcsbvtorian min isters celebrated his 91st birthday on tho 17th inst His wifo gave Vico President Hendricks his earliest education Henry Poe who claimed to have been mysteriously assaulted when leaving tho homo of his sweetheart at Columbus hid recently has confessed ho wanted to make her beliovo ho was bravo Col James R Snccd treasury audi Â¬ tor under Cleveland and a well known Democratic politician died at Chicago on the 17th inst Wm Cox in jail at Anderson Intl whittled a key out of wood furnished by his mother and escaped but was recap tured Deposits of kaolin recently discov Â¬ ered at Huron Ind has raised tho valuo of real estato in that vicinity to fabulous prices Commander-in-Chie- f Veazcy has or- Â¬ dered a general observance on April 6 of tho 23th anniversary of tho G A R An English syndicate it is said Is about to sccuro control of tho Westing house interests Ulllqilll IIUV Cuius y livery PIERATT Sale Stable Â¬ JMyiwwJWr MtaW Immww tMWmZkmiirA M MW8 - Â¬ ing Son While James Pollock and son wcro riding in a carriage near Dallas Ponn recently thoy wero overtaken by a whirlwind and tho men and carriage woro lifted bodily and carried somo distanco and hurled against a trco Each of thorn weighed above 200 pounds They were badly injured The whirlwind wan con- Â¬ bear the responsibility fined to a narrow comp and did no non suited accordingly I Y Tribune other diunage Â¬ A caso uniquo in the annals of litiga Â¬ tion was decided in Ireland recently Ji lady who was among tho survivors of tho disastrous Armagh Railway accident and 800 damages for injuries sho recoived sustained brought further action against tho railway company in respect to hor infant which was born prematurely after tho accident and was so malformed that it will probably be an incumbrance for lifo Tho Judges hold that the company had entorcd into no contract to carry the unborn babo Thoy had issued no tickot for it and hud no knowledge of its being In the eye of the law thq on tho train mother was the carrier of tho babe and not the railway dompany and shemutv -- i ii- JLKKI J i I k Ui The mother wa K London Cor tyx v t i j - lt T 1- - w T 1 MuJLJi liWwIWfcaTW cwrww f f v Hazel Green Herald BPENOER COOPER KY oner I mado my way back to tho log llOUHO Editor look but sho asked ft K Friday HAZEL GREEN - March 27 1801 x rB2Bk I X ft tSfftJtKKrfmftrfP 0S8 WV fillk It A Story of Love and War J1Y MAJOIt AliFllKI CALHOUN CONTINUED CHAPTER IV 8L I had no appotito for my supper with Wo loft tho food un Gonoral lloylo wo discussed Frank tastod whllo tf k fH M r k if - k Thoro aro two KontuckianH in Wash- Â¬ 1 said who should havo camp ington I looked at ray watch it was ten min weight with tho Prosident if they woro to intercede I am suro thoy know utes to six In four hours Frank liront In tho place of exe- Â¬ Franks kinsmon if they do not know would bo standing direction of which I cution from tho him could hear tho hammering of tho men Who aro thoy asked tho General Advocato If on making tho scaffold ready Tom Spoed and Judgo I was about to walk out with tho Gen oral Holt oral when tho clicking Increased In a fo IJyTovo Captain I did not think of thoml oxolaimod tho old man as ho verlsh way and tho operator called out Walt gontlemon I think there Is Join mo in a tele Â¬ started to his foot somothing coming soon once graph and wo will send it at Wo turned back and bont ovor him N thiB timo tho word tolo reading tho words as thoy camo from his gram had notoomo into uso Wo hurried into tho telegraph ofllce pencil Washington D C Nov 10 1SW and within ton minutes thomessago was Commandant Hoylo General J Washington thoro to hoing flashed to Tho Pres Â¬ bo duplicated and copies sent to Tom Camp Dick Robinson Ivy ident directs mo to say that af tor an In- Â¬ Spoed and Oonoral Holt Aa a drowning man is said to clutch terview with Messrs Speed and Holt ho at a straw so I drew comfort from what deems It best for tho Interest of tho wo had dono and at onco wont down to servlco to Then tho writing stopped and tho tho prison to communicate tho fact to clicking died out while tho operator Carrlo Uront and hor brother I passed tho guards about tho onclos nervously worked tho switchboard key uro passed tho guard pacing boforo tho but without making a sound What is up asked tho Goneral his door and camo to a halt on tho thresstrong faco twitching with excitement hold Within I saw ton soldiers woar Tho lines aro down to tho North wo ing tholr side arms and standing at aro shut oil from Washington and wo parado rest It was my ilrst oxporlonco with a military execution but I did not must romaln ao at least for tho day need to bo told that thoso mon wero said tho man tho death watch and that thoy or their CHAPTER V rollof would romaln with tho oondomned Goneral picked up tho paper and Tho man till ho stood on tho scaffold and tho aftor reading ovor tho fow words in was sprung trap threo diiTcronl ways ho oxolaimod A dim lamp suspended from tho heavy I think I havo onough to act on rough hown cross beams rovoalod tho And you will postpono tho execu prisoner and his sister seated bonoath I It whllo In front of them stood tho old tionYos Iasked justified In doing so till I fool white haired post chaplain hlmsolf a hear further from Washington Kon tuck Ian 1 That ploturo impressed mo poworfully ly Without waiting to hear more fair flow down It Tho rain camo down on tho shingled was of Carrio to tho military prison for I had been thinking minia- Â¬ roof with tho rattlo of a hundred and praying Carrio I ture drums to tho accompaniment of Sho saw had boon hoping in her awful mo coming and tho winds shrill ilflng I had grown fa Â¬ miliar with funeral dirges and hurried oagerness sho ran to moot mo Sho must burial services and although I novor havo divined my message before I spoko for her white faco flushed and tho witnessed ono unmoved tho most sol omn of them had novor aifeoted mo as hunted expression lied her eyes Cry- Â¬ did tho preparations for death going ing out Thank God for tho good news sho throw her arms about my neck and on boforo my oyes Many a night when lying noar tho our lips mot in forglvonoss and rejoic- Â¬ mangled doad and listening to tho ing At ton oclock that morning tho troop hoart rondlng orlos of tho wounded wagons wero ready to draw out and my Ihavo cursed tho oruol barbarities of war and this fooling of loathing has mon stood by their horses Impatient for grown on mo with tho years As I the ordor to mount I had bado Carrlo looked in at tho will to faco and loved and her brother good bye and her last form of tho woman doaror to mo than words woro still ringing like music in What you havo dono for mo lifo I folt llko shrieking out a protest my ears any and mine Harry Watts can novor bo against tho conditions that without dosorvlng had orushod her puro bravo forgotten Holding my hand Goneral lloylesald hoart Find out if Ilrent was In Powells After a fow words of oxhortatlon that Valley at tho dato ho claims and If lmprossod mo as bolng tho very essence of hoart born oloquonoo tho old chap- Â¬ you can got evidence to corroborate his lain bogan Tom Mooros oxquialto sa Â¬ statemont send it through by ono of your scouts at onco If this is not dono yo disconsolate Como cred song Â¬ whoroor yo languish During tho sing tho postponement which I havo as ing in which tho prisonor and his sis- Â¬ sumed may turn out to ho a groat mis ter jolnod I wont in and sat down bo fortuno to all conoorned Tho old soldier knew tho secrot of Bido her and with a broken voloo I trlod my interest 1 promised to do all that as did tho stolid guards to glvo ompha slsto tho closing lino Earth hath no lay In my power thenof with mutual our common prayers for tho success sorrow that Hoavon can not heal to call again boforo day Â¬ cause I swung into tho saddle tho Promising light tho ohaplaln wont out about buglo sounded and my troop rodo out twolvo oclock and tho fury of tho storm of Camp Dlok Robinson On tho oresc of tho slope winding to soomod to bo intonsliled by tho sllenco realizing tho aouthenst I turned and lifted my 1 mado an oilort to apeak but hat and through tho mist and storm I how woak words woro for my purposo I whlsporcd to Carrio that I would go saw tho flutter of a whi to scarf llko an down to tho telegraph oilloo and find out angels wing and I folt that thoro was if a mossago had boon recolved from ono Union troop followed by tho pray ors of a Confederate woman Washington This was my second visit to Camp Nowovdyot 8irroplled tho opera- Â¬ tor to my inquiry and ho added as DlokKoblimm When horo boforo wo ho bout his oar over tho receiving Instru- Â¬ wero preparing under General Thomas ment Im afraid wo can got no nows to advanco against ZolllcoiTor whosoÂ¬ host untrained and boastful was raid from Washington to night ing tho shores of tho Cumberland War Why not 1 asked Tho storm oovora a wido area said soomod a grand thing to mo in thoso whon noarly ovory reglmont days the operator and I foar our ootnniuni bo shut oil marched to the stirring atralns of its etion with tho North will own brass band and whon ovory prlvato before morning had moro Impodimonts than a Major IJm this happened boforo Thon tho trap Â¬ Gonoral carried now ym wvwftl tlmos pings of tho horses woro regal In tholr And How Ions before repairs wero splondorand tho oflleors woro moving mtrjH rtKMftwtt tlw yM twenty four pictures framed in bluo and gold and shoulder straps wore so beautiful and novol thHt it was said som o of tliw I IWlaff tbtfe Tim tho element Werfe yoUnjfcr men woro thou whqn lix bod W fipw tn MT whiwi W9J bSK x w i imJ i LuJk Â¬ Brontsohancos questions she know as woll as if I had told hor that no word of comfort had been recoived from Washington I suggested to Frank to lio down but ho shook his head and said grimly Tho timo is too Bhort to spend it in sleep When tho end has como ono can rest through otornity It seemed as if tho sun had gone down for tho last timo so long was the night Just boforo daylight tho chaplain ro turncd and thankful for tho oxcuso his presence gavo me I again sought tho telegraph olllco Thoro I found General Uoylo and ho did not need to toll mo that ho had not closed his oyes in sloop during tho night In answer to my question thooporator said Tho direct linos working west from Washington aro down you can not com I gasped Then munioato with tho Capital Yos Cincinnati has just aald that they woro about to operate over tho long circuit by way of Cleveland Buffalo New York and south along tho coast but as tho storm is moving rapidly in that direction I should not bo surprised to find all communication shut oft be Â¬ fore ten oclock said tho operator Whllo wo stood bonding ovor tho Instrument on whoso mysterious ticking so much depended tho gray dawn of a stormy morning stolo in tho room and tho rovoillo wont ringing through tho no Â¬ Carrlo gavo mo a quick searching IJAt Poen in tho army Ya as kinder off an on like but I cant go too far away from tho ole wom an howsomdover I got two boys a fight Did havo three in fob tho Guvmont but ono got shot down Shiloh way long with Meester Neolson Whatcommandsaro your sons with convinced us that ho was ono of tho enOnoa in tho Second Aist Tennos emys scouts from whom wo had noth- Â¬ soo Cavalry but ustor bo Kce ahtahs Now and then a pull of ing to fear crittor rogiment foah ho got to bo ginral smoko could bo seen spurting out from an tho other thats Mike bos long somo cliff far overhead and tho crack of abushwhackors rillo would follow If no harm was dono wo passed on un Â¬ heeding If a man was shot wo encircled the mountain and novor returned with And so for six days we a prisonor pushed our way through to Cumberland Â¬ Tho roglmontal bannors asldo from what thoy symbolized woro things of shimmering Bllkon beauty now thoy woro shredded and riddled and blood- Â¬ stained but thoso vory rents had bc como oloquont with memories that thrilled us as tho now flags nover did Our oillcers carried no insignia to dis tinguish thorn from tho men Tho trappings of tho horses wero rusty and cracked our uniforms woro faded and somo of them rdoly patched our carbines had lost tho gloss of finish our troop guidon was a tattorod fuded rag and tho scabbards of our sabers woro dontcd and worn Tho cheer tho song and tho wild halloo of oxultant youth woro no longor heard in camp or on tho march On tho faces of tho youngost and tho oldest man In that troop was not twonty sevon thoro wero sot lines thorn stern that mado linos that had been burned deep in tho fur nace heat of battle Put though not so fair to tho oyo each ono of thoso mon was worth ton of tho volunteers of tho early war Our march to Cumberland Gap was ovor tho routo takon by Prairgs army a year boforo when after tho ilerca light at Perryvillo thoy foil leisurely back laden with tho rich spoils of Contral Kentucky whllo tho tardy Union legions mado only a show of pursuit Still tho track of that unhurried rotreat was vislblo through ovory dofilo of tho tompest tossed Cumberland rango Tho log cabins clinging llko odd birds nests to tho mountain ledges wero abandoned or inhabited only by women and children Tho fonces that had in- Â¬ closed tholr patches of potatoes and corn woro gono and tho mon who had built thorn wero ihtho field or sleeping on it Along tho hard rutty trail lay scattered tho dobris of wars flood broken wagons tho skolotons of mules and horses and ash spots marking tho sito of old camps horo and thoro a grave and over all tho naked crests and rain washed valloys tho spirit of silonco and desolation Now and tlnn wo caught sight of a horsoman far oil from tho line of march and tho fact that ho kept out of reach Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Increasing ovory moment Thara right smart deongor tweon bar an Knoxvlllo That Isnt news I said I reckon not but hits a heap sight wussn youuns think fob Wy thara Chonowlths mon an Wheelers men an P routs Partisan Rangers jlst a Bwammin bar bouts Feeling that It was my placo to do tho questioning I checked him and asked Did you say I trouts Partisan Rangorsaro noar hero Ya as Kernll been bar nigh ontor goln two months ho said promptly adding after ho had sent a stream of saliva into the lire An a lot o hounds I aint nover seed Is Captain Itrent with thorn No ho loft Did you ever see him Hot your lifo I did Whon did you see him last Hoforo Miswering this question tho old man shut ono eye cocked the other contemplatively up at tho sky and bo gan stroking tho gray tuft of hair on his chin with both hands At length ho said I remembor hit was nigh onter bout tho middlo o last month He was ovor noar my placo when ho started oir alone fob Kalntuck Ive hoard his mon say ez how hit was all coz o a wom Â¬ Â¬ at tlo old mans coolness ana loquacity T VR W Office en V JUSTICE 4 DENTIST Fairfax Street Rees House WINCHKSTKH Doois Iteiow KY Jyly TSAAOV KOSK Will practice in tho Courts of Morgan and 1 Wolfe counties Special attention to collcc- - j tions and returns promptly nuuic TJ1 Attorney-at-La- w MAYTOWN KY P MAY Attorney-at-Law MAYTOWN KY Will tit milieu in the Courts of Morgan and Wolfe counties Special attention to col- lections and returns prompuy niimu 1 A F BYItD ATTORNEY AT LAW CMIPTON KY tho Courts of Wolfe and win uniPtifw adjoining counties Special attention to collections and furnishing abstract of titles i an for aich I aez moah fool ho Put I wish thoyd all clared out bout the same timo This certainly confirmed Frank Itronts story Concealing tho pleaauro tho old mans words gave me I deter- Â¬ mined to tako him in hand seriously What Is your name I asked answorod ho Georgo McKeo On which side do you stand On tho side o tho Guvmont an Alst DAY HOUSE TOIT DAY Proprietress Mi Tins house has been recently refitted and JT refurnished ami me uiuiu is m im unninui hi plied with the best in the market Rates reasonable Sample room attached and spi- - Jfl Patronage is3 nial rates to commercial men alily respectfully solicited Uazmj Green Ivy f promptly Tennessee Â¬ pOMBS HOUSE CAMPTON S S COMPS KY 1 Proprietor The patronage of the traveling public is respectfully solicited Table the best anil everv attention for the comfort ot guests FRED KELLAM WITH M aplSly S TIMMONDS Wholesale CHARLEY SHIVELY WITH Grocers PORTSMOUTH 0 tfM iyihfeft mww- life i Ta M - 1 Julius Louchheim Wholesale uiotmng LOUISVILLE KY Branch of Philadelphia Co i a Gap ap2ly Â¬ Â¬ the ovoningof tho soventh day wo went Into camp not far from Claiborne creek and well below tho Gap Sinco noon wo had boon hearing tho hoarse booming of guns coming from tho South Longstroot was making his last fierce assault on Fort Saundors sixty miles away but tho conformation of tho val Â¬ leys carried tho sound without break tlil ovon to trained oars tho fighting seemed loss than an hours hot rido bo On CHAPTER VI CHARLEY QUISENBERRY WITH Louis SviSly G us Straus KY it LEADING CLOTH9ERS LEXINGTON r V tSf-i2- V iTwU v i i w l I t - cS C Â¬ low Our proximity to Longstreots corps and Whartons ubiquitous rangers did not incroaso our vigllanco that had nover boon abated Tho hopo of soon rejoining my regiment cheered my mon who now began to speculate as to the old friends thoy should find loft to greot them for on tho march wo learned that our boys had been badly cut up at Camp- Â¬ bells station whllo trying to check Longstroots advanco from boforo Chat Â¬ sgssss L gm WITH MCKKE V hJ K FORD WITH Mack Stadler 9 Co j Whllo I did not permit my lovo for Carrlo liront to blind mo to tho interests of tho eauso in which I was onllstvd still sho was novor out of my mind and bosldes this I folt that it was my duty as a man and a soldier to save hor broth Â¬ er If I could Wo woro now on tho ground whoro Frank claimed to havo boon when John Harding was killed near Perryvillo and I determined to so curo whatovor evidence might bo in his tanooga 109 W THIRD STREET with Martins Pattory P Aist Tonnsoe CINCINNATI n31lv fightln foh tho Govment and the old man emphasized this declaration by an II BENNETT other bombardment of tho firo WIT1T I questioned him at length and bo CO camo satisfied that ho was a good Union JOHBKHS OP man and that his object in seeking mo out was to guldo mo through to Knox- Hals Caps Gloves Straw Goods vlllo by a routo that would free mo from j and tho swarms of Confederate horsemen 82 N Paint St urnuKtuuo CII1LLICOTIIE O JH thon In that part of the Stato Altera visit of two hours McKeo roso VOllIS and said Representing bo back long afoah sun up an Ill bo ready to pilot von plum down to Ill CO1 M ROBINSON tho Holston but ez hit aint wlso to have LOUISVILLE KY follors hold carbines to yor head whllo bo obleeged if youd Headquarters Mt Sterling Ky where you explain Id mo a wrltin that 11 mako mo free complete line ol samples inaj no bet w glvo Â¬ T11U INTERVIEW WHOLESALE CLOTHING YANKIE SEIP J Â¬ J JE Â¬ favor I had just oaton suppor and was on joying a smoko with my only lieutenant Walter Arnold whon a mounted troop or rodo up to tho firo a cocked pistol In his right hand and a gaunt old man with leathery cheeks and buttomut clothes marching boforo him said tho Camo into our linos sir troopor saluting with tho hand that nold tho pistol and says ho wants to MMTIt I gavo tho old man a pass ordered a fei trooper to soo him through our pickot 11 TV TT lino and after ho had gono I wrote out all I had heard about Frank Hront and WHOLESALE DRY GOODS had Lieutenant Arnold sign It with mo j ovvitr jiivi To mako suro of getting tho informaCATLETTSItUKG KV j ft Oly tion through to Camp Dlok Robinson I 1 decided to entrust the lettor to McKeo P FANT and to send him back as soon as I felt JAMES THE OLD BEMABLn auro of my ground Co CONTINUKII NEXT WEEK Hat House of W S Dickinson soo tho olllcor in command Vine CINCINNATI Cor Pearl KproailhiK fur Iourihih Around This man was a fair typo of hundreds ii t i llll tlr tt iiiwuintMii Prinmlu mid el of Union rofugeos I had seen In tho early Tho marshy overflowed lands sunken lllVllln tho m merchants to give him a etui part of tho war Ho was as straight as lols and 1ml f submerged river banks peeially tlio city when in an Indian and thoro was much of tho which givo thorn birth the seeds of ma- Â¬ aborigine In his complexion and im laria impregnate the air and are inhaled CLARKE passive bearing at every breath by thousands unprovided WITH Tho soldier turned and rodo away with any adequate safeguard against the and boforo I could framo a question to n LWrlumrn Pn 1 Ol Yet such exist po Â¬ put to tho prisonor ho advanced boldly baneful influence ud mh naiunaic uum tent aliko to remedy or to pievent pure to tho flro and In tho peculiar accent of in its constituents and the professionally 637 West Main Street tho mountain mon In that region ho recognized substitute for the hateful said drug quinine Its name is Hostetters Hits a flno ovnln Kernll Stomach Ditteis a family specific and It might ho worso I replied safeguard foremost not only as an anti Â¬ With Intmltablo coolness tho old dote to miliaria but uIho as a means of man took a blto from a plug of tobacco permanently removing dyspepsia and then sitting down on his haunches be relieving constipation liver complaint side mo ho asked rheumatism kidney and bladder ail- Â¬ FOR SALE AT THIS OFFICE Ho you the head ono bar ments and nervousness Among invig IOC I nni nrunt it takes the first place and it is OK fnr Hear from Kalntuck K 50 for also a superb appetizer Use it syste M Yea 100 for matically A gwlno on tor help wouns an l fi6y Doiift wnit until they are nil Kn A Novor Fulling HumeriMeester Purnsldo down Knoxvlllo way Jk Yes MnaniMiNM tho only permanent euro but come and get them now Waal ho needs all tho hole ho kin for all forms of headache and neuralgia relieves the pain in from 15 to 20 inin Kit f aupporo so utea For sale on positive guarantee at Printed in ilio ucai Y n8 indecdy Put I say TCornil The Herald ofllce or sent- postpaid by ami at lowest roles at office Semi us your or What nut I askd my amazement mall on receipt of orkcdlLccnta h box Â¬ youuns to como an go az if I was ono o HP MAUriN fJATCPENTEIt iUlliiC h JJ j w HJ aomb LOUISVILLE Â¬ If HI I A ntilTY Hd Â¬ - HOUSE BILL - aaevmL ys lfa4WlJO r aMWv4W- - JJ1 j vl MM I firm jifijilwy ii fl IHIWHIIJU AGjAlNST ALIENS in Kontuolcy Tlu previous question being ordered tht substitute offered by Mr Goebel was yeas 87 nays 81 where lint a can e Col No one not a citizen of the United States or who has not lawfully declared his intention to become such a citizen NoiShutl liihiU llo Held Uy Allen Ioiik shall acquire by purchase any lands or m Than Ullit IVuri interest therein in this Commonwealth nor shall any one not n citizen of the Tho Constitutional Convention seized United States hold or own any lauds or tho opportunity to take n whack at pret Â¬ interest therein for a term longer than Frankfort Cor Courier ty uear all those portions of ereation not eight years Journal already covered One of the adopted DISGUSTED BY PROTECTION sections expresses the antipathy of the delegates to the alien land owner and A South American Smjh It Shuts Tliriu serves notice to such wealthy English Out Ithu a Stone Willi gentlemen as aro now engaged in building Anselmo Morago Chilian reprcsenta up and civilizing Eastern Kentucky that tiveat the PanAmorioan Congress in an they aro not wanted and must keep interview with a Chicago newspaper man hands oh Salaries were tampered with said some more and the rulo was laid down The Pan American Congress will not that no oilicial in the State should he do this country one bit of good It was allowed to receive over 5000 annually a foolish expenditure of Uncle Sams except the Governor The ollice of Pub Â¬ money and it might as well have been lic Printer was abolished and a provision saved Look at the intended trip through inserted requiring that all printing in the South Just one delegate would tho future shall bo done under the con- Â¬ have gone We have seen enough of this tract system Of course it will be sad country and want to get home We are to say adieu to that popular and distin- more than satisfied that the United States guished printer journalist and warrior does not want the trade of the Spanish Col E Polk Johnson but candor com Â¬ countries Some of the merchants tire in mm T pels tho writer to pronounce this innova sympathy with us but they are power- Â¬ tion a most excellent one It is purely a less Your Government does not want I JKftgS4MffoaH7rr Zg SMlfiJLvKffi5iHOT legislative function this provision but to trade with us and if we had known as the General Assembly always seemed that eight months ago tho invitation to to take too much pleasure in toying with look over your industries woidd never those who scrambled for the place and have been accepted Today the United would have doubtless held on to the old States stands with a massive stone wall system the Conventions action in this around it We see no place to enter and particular should be commended IS we cant very well tear it down to bring One of tho principal features of to- Â¬ in our goods days session was the speech of George The cry of protection has heatily Washington of Newport it was in sup disgusted all of the Spanish delegates port of an additional section to the and they will only be glad to get home General Provisions report ottered by him and begin the work of bettering our icquiring that in all trials of civil cases trade relations with foreign countries a verdict may be rendered by three We dont ask you to allow manufactured fourths of the jury which shall have tho goods to enter free of duty Free trade same force and ettect as if concurred in in every sense of the word would be in- Â¬ EDITING A NEWSPAPER by all the jurors The speech shows jurious to the United States and almost Ik Not tilt- Soft Simp Soino Sup IIcnUs careful study and preparation and was as bad as the present state I dont think Think It To Itu an able presentation of the reform advo that Chili will feel quite so friendly to There is nothing in tho paper said cated by the gentleman from Campbell this country after this Our Govern- Â¬ a young friend dashing it to the floor It was equally as forcible as his speech ment has taken off all duties on all kinds KENTUCKY CENTRAL RAILWAY Nothing at all its miserable stupid upon the secret ballot and the two efforts of machinery and every week mining j HIli GUASS ItOUTK Â¬ will rank among the ablest and most no- machinery from this country is shipped Look again my dear friend at the careZS2SZSS22yCZZDS2iS2 table delivered before the Convention to Chili We dont charge you a duty fully printed columns tho different head Mr Washington is undoubtedly one of yet when we try to send our wool here ings Foreign home and domestic news SHORTEST AND QUICKEST ROUTE tho best equipped men in the Conven- Â¬ you shut out our trade by high tariff the wit and humor Think for a mo FROM CENTRAL KENTUCKY ment when you gae at it how hard tho tion We are not going to force our trade upon editor has tried to please you There is There were numerous motions entered you TO ALL POINTS probably no class of men more overwork- Â¬ to reconsider again today and it is eviWo feel sorry that the expensive dent that the overhauling of the adopted trip over the United States will not be ed than these no labor more wearing NORTH EAST WEST AND SOUTHWEST articles will consume a great deal of worth two cents to the people who so than mental labor It is so easy to cry Nothing in the paper for those out time Jinny of the delegates think they royally entertained us but that is not FAST LINE BETWEEN LEXING- Â¬ will finish up by the middle of April our fault It lies entirely with your who know little of the drudgery the TON AND CINCINNATI but it is really questionable whether Government If your tariff laws had painstaking the hours of mental weari It is a CSS SCHEDULE IN ElKECT FEU 15 1891 May 1 will see the end There are six been amended before we came then the ness the tedious compositions common thing for a person when not reports yet to be considered result would have been totally different No 0 There is no Â¬ The general provisions report was taken We have seen what a grand country you exactly suited to exclaim No 2 No Acconi In a railroad car I South Hound Daily Daily Daily up at Section 21 Sections 19 and 20 being have here but before the Government thing in the paper KsprcbH Fxt Lc KxSnn once observed two gentlemen purchase passed over by agreement until tho re- gets ready to trade with us it is possible Lo K lOaVii 8 00 pm 2 20 pm copies of the same edition of a paper Cincinnati turn of absent members It was adopted we will have forgotten you 8 18 am 8 OS pm 2 20 pm Covington One soon handed his to a neighbor ex- Â¬ Paris r 11 KSain 10 2ipm oKlpm without amendment and requires that 12 Klnii 11 00 pm 0 20 pm claiming Here Sam have tho morning Lexington A LETTER FROM TEXAS on tho adoption of the Constitution by l e 11 27 mn 5 17 in 1nriN paper There is nothing in it today it the people the Governor shall appoint 0 15 pin Wiiiiluster Ar 12 lOllll County Jlrl Our Tho other Jticliinnixl 7 20 jim 1 67n three persons learned in tho law who A Wolfu Aliout Lite in Tells Wont Ilcuilorh is hardly worth reading tho 3 gentleman continued to bo absorbed Livingston pin shall revise the statute laws of the State Floyd Hunt County Texas ITiOpm Presently the man by his side asked him Corhin to conform to and effectuate the Consti- Â¬ 7 25in MithlltHhnrnuLli March 14 1811 Every- CiiinlHirliiml Ciiip 7 50 jni what interested him so much tution Such revision must be laid be Diau Mk Editoh I am just a little thing the paper is well gotten up this Corhin Le lr0pin t foro the General Assembly for adoption homesick today and feel like writing a If morning the editorials are especially Williiimsliiirtr Ar 0 20 jim or rejection lulliuo pin eulogy to my dear old mountain home This proves that what pleases Richmond TiO Lc Dr Farmer submitted an additional in Wolfe but it is the unpardonable sin fine pin I I5jini section providing that no alien should be for a person who came from tho moun- one does not suit the other Re assured Lancaster Stanford Ar 5 20pm allowed to hold property longer than tains to intimate that they are homesick that it is no childs play to edit a news- Â¬ No 5 No 3 No 1 Daily eight years This elicited a great deal of to a Texan When a Texan asks you paper It is a very tedious and impor- Â¬ XoitTii Bound Daily Kvprcss Dally Kx San discussion Among tho speakers were where you camo from and you say from tant responsible position and tho man 7 00 am Lu Messrs Farmer Bullitt Maekoy Mo the mountains of Kentucky they will who manages a well circulated satisfac- Â¬ Stanford 7 50 am Imcuhter 10 15am Ar Dermott Laban T Moore Jacobs Goe twist their necks and say Arent you tory newspaper has nlmost tho wisdom Kiclimond of a Solomon Let those who doubt take Jellico 8 15 am Le 2 a rt bel and others so glad to get out of those horrid hills a2 3 8 50 am tho editors placo for a while nothing WilliiiuiKlmrg 2 tes Mr Jacobs thought that tho section I have met very few native Texans 0 H5 iiiii Ar 2 3 more is needed for a grumbler Our Corhii really enlarged tho rights of aliens Most of tho people in Hunt county camo 0 25 am Cunilid iupLu 0 15 am hii Tho common law rule prohibited nn from tho Middle Atlantic States I was friend when he is tempted to mako such Middlesbrough 1 i H 5 f a 0 25 am alien from holding land in Kentucky at very much suprised at the country being silly remarks had better pause to con Corhin K - 11 05 am Livingston Ar sider whether tho fault bo in tho paper all Ho doprecatcd the adoption of such so well improved 11 15 am Lc I find heard a great Livingston Exchange Lc lioriuii 12 10 pm IMchinond a provision as unnecessary showing also deal about the Wild West but it lacks or his silly littlo head tf t Winchester Ar 0 55 am 1 10 pm To NorvoitH Duhllitutoil Molt that tho treaty regulations of the Fed- Â¬ a great deal of being wild This is fine 7 15 am 2 33 pm Paris Lc 7 00am 2 00 pm 3 I5jiin eral Government were superior to and farming country and tho muddiest placo If you will send us your address wo Lexington 7 5tain 2 15 pm I 25 pm controlled the statute regulations of tho on earth when it rains Peoplo frequent- will mail you our illustrated pamphlet IParis A iirltntfti KM I am HO pin 0 37 pm Commonwealth concerning aliens Ar 10 50 am 5 50 jiiii 015i in ly have to stop in the middle of the road explaining all about Dr Dyes Celebra- Â¬ Ciiicimmi Mr Mnckoy dissented from this view and clean their feet When they get mud ted Electro Voltaic Rclt and Appliances thinking tho dclcgato from Boylo was on thoir feet so that they cant walk and their charming effectK upon the ner- W L Munsov Trav Pass Agt Ciaciiuiati Ohio mistaken If his position was correct thoy say thoy aro bogged Cows and vous debilitated system and how thoy C I ATMOItK Mr Maekoy said aliens could be protect- Â¬ horses hog as well as peoplo Tho wind will quickly restore you to vigor and S II ANOTT Trullio Manager Jen Iiikh Agt ed likowiso in their marriage and other blows all tho time here Thero have not manhood health Pamphlet frco If General Ollices Louisville Ky relations differing from tho established been any storms sinco wo hnvo been you aro thus afllicted wo will aend you S V II Mokkk Asst GenIaHH Agt custom Ollice Chamher of Commerce Building here but we nre living in n dread of tho Pelt and Appliances on a trial Cincinnati Ohio Mr Goobel for the committee sub famous cquinoxial storms that aro so vio Voltaic Helt Co Marshall Mich mitted II Sllbstitlitft fnr tho Fnrninr snn lent hero in tho spring Well Mr Ed- Â¬ No 2 Daily to all points except Rowland liilvnrlrl IIIh Arm Division which Is doily except Sunday i It contained similnr restrictions itor this is the laud of bachelors I am No 1 UniiH daily from Lexington to CinWhilo Philip Volz was driving piles ijy putting tho common law more forci- - aiming to try my luck in trapping for cinnati on tho Chesapeake and Ohio railroad No 2 Kiiiih daily ono who lives just across tho way from near Mnysvillo No 5 Buns dully from all stations ex last week tho pile ropo Mr McDcrmott thought it unwise to us but dont you tell papa or ho will broke nnd tho hammor weighing thirty cept tlo Kowlaud Division which Is daily establish a great rulo of property upon make mo come home If I am not suc- Â¬ eight hundred pounds fell upon his except1 Sunday No Dally except Sunday tho spur of tho moment especially when cessful I will be homo in u short time No I Dully between Cincinnati and Lex right arm completely pulverizing it from distinguished lawycm upon tho lloor of I am enjoying my visit finely Dont lot ington Noft 3 and 0 make connections at Win the convention differed about it Ho my Kentucky boys all marry while I tho elbow down Volz is in a critical condition His homo ia in Dayton Ky Chester for points on tho N N M V K D wanted tho wholo matter left to tho am gone No 2 Carries through oars from CincinSallie E Graham whero ho has a wifo and family nati to MiddlcNborough aad CumberluHd Lcgislatnro P S Please send mo a few copies of Gap and all iutertuudUte lUlloas nwd rNWH Mr Sachs also opposed tho measure 1 a year Subscribe for The Herald The Herald daily Foreigners Forbiddon to Purchaso adopted lows Lands or Interests Therein It is as fol- Â¬ yaffil S4S3 CitizenslMoiiolBflnk -- WINCHESTER KENTUCKY Mm i1 PAID UP CAPITAL v wm 17500000 o WASH MILLER PRESIDENT S W WILLIS VICE PRESIDENT Â¬ Â¬ B83WUBd Jl Hi III m i KSI 17 111 f A tr H HAMPTON CASHIER 3HKiHffii9aHG WWfb Ira MISM5 J r V r rUIlNTMC oOo ASST CASHIER fffiS -- a general Has ample facilities for doing banking business So Â¬ Â¬ Ti1 t licits deposits makes collec- Â¬ tions gives prompt and careful attention to all business entrust Â¬ ed to it and cxtendsjtto its cuh- tomers the most liberal accom- lllUUHWdlin rect banking business lIMIMSMIll Willi UUI- - - Â¬ vwyjjzzzzcxzzrytszz IX EFFECT JANUARY 4th T1IE- - 1801 Â¬ Â¬ ftttOfrMt0Ott OLD Â¬ KENTUCKY ROUTE Newport 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Lexington Wanhlngton New York and Old Point Comfort This train is made part of the celebrated Kast of Huntington on the C Â¬ F F V O route Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Fart MahTiiaInb ran daily except Sun day between Lexington and Huntington Make direct connections at Huntington with C 0 At Ashland with S V Jty At Winchester with JC C It It north and south bound and at Loxington with L N L S and O N O T I Itailroads AND OLlVIt IIlLI ACCOMO Â¬ dally except Sunday Connects at Winchester to and from K C polntu and nt Lexington with L 8 It It for Louisville TiKXINOTOV Â¬ DATION M J Â¬ Â¬ For fall Information in regard to Rates Routes etc apply to any Agent of this or connecting lines or to - J3 Jf Ws H E Huntington V P ami G M 0 L Browx 0 P Â¬ LKXINdTON JtV V A G W IUrwkv Q A Lexlagta Ky W 8 Hakximk Qi X AiUhwdTtr- - v r Vi MJ Ml I 4v wrf ii w a V WW mmwimwwww f i - mmmw w A BHEC52 W T rinr Hazel Green Herald SPENOER COOPER Editor KY i ik Friday HAZEL GREEN i March 27 1891 t -j- g--j-ii fr M -- A Sinco our last issue an anoymous letter mailed at tho Hazel Green postofiice and intended for uh though addressed to another person was intercepted and destroyed This wo regret very much for though wo make it a rule not to publish anything unless it is signed by a respon- Â¬ sible party wo should havo departed from our custom in this particularcasc and havo given tho communication the airing it deserved Wo did not get it and we are thorcfore denied tho pleasure we might otherwise today have enjoyed The young man who did get it and who destroyed it says that it was insulting Â¬ Dr Clardy is adding fresh laurels to bis brow and nearly every mail brings news of bis having been enthusiastically received at some point Gen Joseph E Johnston died at his residenco in Washington on Saturday night from tho eiJeets of a cold contract- Â¬ ed whilo attending Gen Shermans funeral recently Ho was born at Cherry Grove Va in1807 and graduated from West Point in 1821 in tho same class with Robert E Lee Ho served in tho Mexican and Civil wars and was the last save Gen Beauregard of the six full Generals of tho Confederacy Â¬ DEALER IN UnrAwnm nnrntwnrn Tiniuorn and a full naiunaic yuccnonaic ininaicncofv Agricultural Implements Vulcan Chimii Plows bet made H F Aviuy Sons 6wau Plows Cooks Patent Evapouatoiis Plows Oliviu Chill and South Bini Plow Havens Pioneer Cane Mills IlKlAIKS Fish Huos Uelehuated Wagons SroDDAitDs Niv Climax and Tioint Jones U S Standard C Ton Wagon K vans Tiuplc Hauuows Wiiitkleys Solid Stlll Hinders and Hall Mitcihll Cos SrnnL Hill- - Movius Columbia Tiann and GitANanuSuLKY stm Plows Hay Rakks IMiitovi Malta Dolmili Siiovll FOR MEUTEJfANT GOVKKNOK HON C ALFORD OF FAYJ2TTK COUNTY Subfcct to action of tlic Deinoeratic Party EDITORIAL BREVITIES Somo people ore so opposed to nudity that it makcH tlicni uneasy to bo in the presence of the naked truth Tho Con Con doomed development in Eastern Kentucky by its action against alieiiB Home capitalists will do nothing The row between the Census Bureau and Now York City threatens to last until it is time to begin taking the next census Ithodc Island is a very small State but she has four Gubernatorial tickets in the field this year and she has no Farmers Alliance either Â¬ La grippe seems disposed to make anFt will not other tour of this country be difficult to get along without this none is tho only demand we make and so far as rests within our humble power llussian importation we shall insist upon this demand being Every man feels disposed at somo pe- Â¬ complied with Tin Hiam has been riod of his lifo to write a book It is always for the right It asks for nothing said that United States Treasurer Hus Â¬ but right It will insist upon having ton is rapidly approaching that period right In this simple demand we have He has our sympathy the e idorscmentof all intelligent people and they condemn the anonymous letter It looks now as if the Chilian insurg- writer in severe terms Now in conclu ents would soon be in absolute control of sion we wish to respectfully remind the the Government IJow few of us appre- Communistic correspondent that anony ciate as wo should tho privilege of living mous letters and bull dozing threats will under a stable government in no wise deter us from doing our duty as we see it and doing it upon all occaSenator Gorman is to bo presented sions If however this Communistic with a silver punch bowl by the Balticourse is endorsed by the people of this more Democrats The punch that the community they have only to say so and Maryland Farmers Alliance will try to we will depart in peace Hotter that givo him this fall isnt the kind usually than to be murdered bv an assassin in Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ filthy and threatening A nonymmiH com munications aro the weapons of tho Com Â¬ munist but for six years or more wo havo lived in this community and at peaco with the world not dreaming that any organization so dangerous to society as tho Commune was secretly working in our midst And oven now notwith standing tho threats of tho anonymous letter writer there is not a man woman or child of whatever political or relig- Â¬ ious faith to whom wo can not extend tho right hand of fellowship and back it up with our friendship Personally wo have not an iota of ill will toward any fellow mortal in tho whole world how over much wo may diirer with them It is the province of a newspaper to stand up for tho rights guaranteed to American citizens and this prerogative wo intend to exercise so long as wo run this paper at least Allairs of Church and State come within tho scope of a newspaper and whenever the peoples rights are trampled upon no matter in how small a minority that people may be we intend to defend those rights Equal and exact justice to all with special privileges to Â¬ Evans Disc Hauuows 2 ncasi CoitN Plantlus Scales price 50 with a written guar- - anteo lor o years J Woodford W Longmoor tho Clerk of the Court of Appeals died suddenly in the Convention hall at Frankfort on Friday evening last While talking with a party of gentlemen and almost imme- Â¬ diately after the remark that ho never felt better in his life his face was seen to twitch as from pain and he called for a drink of water This was handed him and he drank it and seemed to revive Leaning upon the arm of a friend he started to go to his office but at the door of tho hall remarked that his left leg was paralyzed the other was amputated at the hip during tho war lie was laid upon a sofa in the cloak room and his family hastily summoned but he ex pired in a few minutes and was never conscious of the presence of his loved ones Tho Court will probably appoint Green H Adams his deputyaud brother-in-lato the position until August when his successor will be elected w The largest stock of Cook and Heating Stoves of any house in Kastcrn Kentucky Cutlery Shears Hardware a Specialty East side S Maysvillc Street MT STERLING KY and Builders FAKKlrr MFG OO INDIANAPOLIS IND No Trlco 18 00 rx jr J7iit f X ml uaali with Order at Factory 71 X fil ltl - A ift ttJ C fl A CSC rnk II 1 1 mt 2tA In Strictly rirst Cliw All Wiul Cironth Hickory Snl vlo mill 1 iriLs V urmuioil V Perfectly linlnnccil Low Horn Sent Arms Lone Pjiy KltliriR Oil Tempered fciring Best Wheels and Best All Ovr IF YOU CANT FIND THEM FOR SALE BY YOUE MERCHANTS jP w WRITE US tH J TAYLOR DAY FLOYD DAY KELLY B DAY Kentucky ltosorvtxl for Koiituckimis In the current number of tho Fort nighly Review one of the leading magazines of England tho Duke of Marlborough who as everybody remembers married Mrs Ilammersly of New York has a very entertaining article on hore breeding in Kentucky It closes with this advice to his English friends Go to Kentucky and ce for yourself J T DAY AND CO Â¬ HAZEL GREEN KENTUCKY WHOLESALE Largest Stock RETAIL Lowest Prices what the country is Your ancestors went out there 150 years ago and their descendants live there Thero is plenty of room for more thero are plenty of farms to be had for prices you can ailbrd to tjive You will enjoy a refined home in which to settle and bring up your children Instead of going to tho North to invest in prairie lands turn your steps to Kentucky and you will bless me for having written these fow notes on tho old homesteads of Kentucky and admir- Have invoices arriving daily and stacks upon stacks of goods to meet every department of trade Live Stock Country Produce and School Claims received in trade on notes accounts or J T DAY CO merchandise Â¬ Ml 12 - VSLesiW a IZfffiAlfetfWi MMMMttl misgyum nil 5- put bowls California and Pensacola Florida according to a report of the Marino Hospital Bureau have the honor of having the lowest death rate of any cities in tho United States Charleston South Carolina has tho highest This is a queer old world The F M H A members of tho Illinois Legislature woro abused because they did not end tho Legislative dead lock and now that they have ended it they are abused all tho more Tho man who can please everybody hasnt yet boon born Â¬ San Diego It is now stated that it will bo neces fary to first get Germanys consent before tho Koh rings Sea difficulty can bo arbitrated Alaska has been more trouble to Undo Sam than all tho rest of his big domain and nobody has been benefitted by its purchase excopt tho Alaska Fur Company Â¬ Fow gatherings of men havo taken placo in this country tho deliberations of which wero more carefully watched than will bo thoso of tho Commercial Con gross of tho Western States which will asscmblo at Kansas Cjty April 15 When this movemout was Htarted it was not in Â¬ tended that it should bo in any senso political but owing to circumstances it may turn out to bo a very important factor in tho political events of tho Presidential year Many politicians will be guided by tho action of this body and it will bo well for everybody to note its actions M N i V- seems foolish for tho Italian Gov jentery etc Ised Internally and exter- - 3tilieates tif those who have used this ijivr Tl ernment and tho Italian residents of this S reined v t ill be sent oiiiilly The hfst Liniment in the world application SI nt tl 1MUCE 2 i CKNTS I PRICK loA country to bo indulging in belligerent C talk because of tho lynching of the ifriTFcm Sam hy Dnuo Storks and Country Brows EMnYwiiniu8Lj Oint twolvo Italian members of tho murder Â¬ yAi ous society known as tho Mafia which BOOK KEEPING SHORT HAND TELEGRAPHY PENMANSHIF jOjtvi has terrorized New Orleans for a long Mini A Jf into by tho people of that city They -- 1 r Jfjr Di were Hot killed us Italians but as proven ocmt murderora who had defrauded justice by Govt Who desires to better his or her condition in life should write for the Catalogue of erupting r jury and they would ltavu forci mtt Um mime fate Jpul they been native BUSINESS COLLEGI Tom NO THIRD STREET LOUISVILLE KV We dojiot favor Jyncli law Anuria B iy - Public Instruction but our entry Col oi Mthodj for meting out junutes For saloon positive guarantee at s on v Sl 00 u wr muJ t is ncknowleda made tic toft In wm cam nothing elw will John 0 llodfc seems to be tho favorito Tin Herald office or sent pootpaid by HTTTTn TTTTT A A LJLXJ to be tho best local paper published toil Senti wail on receipt of price 00 cents a box in Kentucky Subscribe now and catch the good things it will contain thid yC Jk Uif pool Â¬ Â¬ It jWfwkr able breed of trotting horses On Tuesday last tho Convention which has been so long sitting at Frankfort Our young friend Alford candidate for Lieutenant Governor is every day add- Â¬ Ky engaged in tho drafting of a new ing to his army of supporters enthusias- Constitution which is to be presented tic admirers Thev are drawn to him bv when they get through if they ever do a desire to do their duty towards one get through to the voters of the grand who has already done so much for Dem old Commonwealth for approval or rejec- Â¬ ocratic success in this State He has tion adopted in Committee of tho been politically and personally weighed Whole tho following provision in tho scale of public opinion and in no No one not a citizen of the United case found wanting Ho fills tho meas States or who has not lawfully declared uro of man to a heaping level and all his intention to become such a citizen who lovo to honor one of Gods truly shall acquire by purchase any lands or noble sous havo rallied to his standard interest therein in this Commonwealth Alford for second place is the slogan nor iliall any one not a citizen of the of his supporters and right merrily it United States hold or own any lands or rings through tho corridors of tho grand interest therein for a term longer than old Commonwealth His followers are eight years Now this is not a new feature in law already assured of his nomination and that he will bo elected by an overwhelm- Aside from tho eight year scheme which no Court ought to and probably ing majority is a foregone conclusion none will sustain against a vented right J L Ellistoti of Mt Sterling is said it has been often heard of It was the to bo making a gallant fight for the common law of Great Britain and both nomination for Attorney General on tho Coko and Blackstone eloquently sustain Democratic ticket Mr Ellistou is said it upon tho ground that foreigners ought to bo well learned in the law an elo Â¬ not to be permitted to overcome a coun- Â¬ quent speaker and ho would doubtless try through tho purchase of its soil Many of our States have by statute fill tho position ho aspires to with ability Hut what about tho gifted Jack Hen established tho samo principle and if drick It is more than probable that he memory serves the Congress of the Uni has already received tho promises of a ted States has placed restrictions upon large number of tho dear people and foreign purchase of vast tracts of our in that case they are certainly not for National domain But if Kentucky will kindly permit Joseph Either one of tho gentlemen would suit us admirably but our friend tho suggestion a State Constitution is Hendrick probably mado himself solid not a good placo in which to legislate The peoplo may chango their minds and ore neighbor Joo announced it is hard to change a Constitution The Mark tho prodietion If designing best of Constitutions aro thoso that are politicians succeed in putting three tick shortest Aside from the outline of Gov Â¬ ots in tho field which will certainly be ernment and tho Bill of Rights little is attempted tho Republicans party will needed When you go beyond and seek scoop all tho State offices Jt is there in tho fundamental law to usurp tho fore important that overy member of provinco of legislation you mako sad tho Old Guard tho valiant Democracy and serious troublo for coming genera shall stand bv his nuns and see that thev tions 1 II oy any nnsguuleu aro not It is better to leave legislation to tho spikou sentiment Precinct and districtprgaui Legislature Cin Enquirer March 20 ration should bo looked after and overy A Xttvor Falling ltmnotly precaution taken against possiblo defeat MrouiMiNR tho only permanent euro There is a warm race for the Demo- for all forms of headache and neuralgia cratic nomination for Superintendent of relieves the pain in from 16 to 20 min- Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ West Short Street - sim mwamWAK LEXINGTON KY i A Model Restaurant in Almost Every Feature SEATING CAPACITY 150 IJlue Points Fresh Ovsters at all seasons Saddle Hocks New York Counts nmUj Monlq in nrilor nt nil limns DiliiMicii nf lip srimi nhinvs on hflllri The most complete and modern kitclion in the State Among the recent additions is n Miller Improved Hiuigt the finest in the world with eighteen fires six steaming at tachments two hirje broilers and hot and cold water reservoirs This range wiH cook anything from a half a beef to a tid bit of sweetbread and is the only one of the kind in Â¬ REGULAR MEALS 25 CENTS Kentucky A hearty welcome and the most courteous treatment to all GUS LU1GART Proprietor WM nov21ly J M KELLY President HKIGHT Secietary and Treasurer WHENEVER YOU VISIT LEXINGTON CALL ON THE Lexington Foundry Go UIlJLUtJ W JIiJlOJL n onop xl u itiiij iituiiJLF near 7in otj J x 1 UflLLlN O i SuJh i fn i j Qiiv iimi uuai in n i iuiiitviiii BOILER AND ENGINE REPAIRING SKILLFULLY 1 WA All kinds ofTin DONE at J M KELLY President iowkst living iiticrs OfflceOS EAST MAIN STREET T TTif fidTFonndry on K U RAILROAD Thev are operating THE LARGEST FOUNDRY AND MACHINE SHOP IN THEM 1 r J0t I If JUeXingLOIl Xiyi win g1 -- Â¬ WHOLESALE MANUFACTURING DRUGGISTS KY CATLETTSBURC Tho Largest Drug House in tho Ohio Vnlley Manufacturers of 228 REMEDIES that aro Sold by tho Dozen 10000 Square Foet of Floor Room 28 Hands Employed gTlie only remedy that is sold on an ahso lute guarantee to cure all Pains and Aches Cramps anil Co it Diarrhou Dys- I 9 torn inst O T wer jail Roll jirStilf proprietors of the famous NPDVP kl Nni uiunrtn iinurv rnnnioi f flor the pennnnent cure of Pains in the Itaek mill f and Irinaryall disorders of the Kidneys Organs TIioiihiiihIh of coro Z I - X Sole proprietors of the reiiownud tiA X Sim Wil Oibl f Â¬ 1 xr terna sj wuteswvnaiH r m Â¬ BRYANT 00 STRATTON III ixvxx T Tl III AUD 1 j hit iki i ammmmimmmMmmmmrmm3zc sii vuttn Hazel Green Herald lfns a larger circulation in Wolfe Morgan tind Hrcnthltt than all other papers in the Htnte Ami merchants in Mt Sterling Win UheAtcr Lexington Louisville ami Mucin natiwill find ItTHKiiKST mkdium through vhlch to secure Mountain Trade ADVERTISING HATES Advertisements inserted for less than 3 lu 7 cents an inch for the first insertion and 25 cents an inch for each sub sequent insertion montliH will Â¬ Tit ANSI KNT fSrALL TltAXSirNT Advkhtihinu must PAID JN ADVANCK STANDING A D V KIITISKM KNTS 12 1111 1 Inch tl inches -- 1 months G 00 Liberal rates on larger advertisements made known on application Obituaries tributes of icspect etc 3c a line Count six words to the line and send money with the manuscript Wo will write obituaries and publish at 5 cents a line Local notices to be interspersed among reading matter 5 cents a line with a dis count of 5 per cent where they run a mouth or more Marriage and denth notices not exceeding ten lines solicited and published IKKK 7SrlIMS KOK UlKHIAK Advkktising lAYAMH iLAKTKItlY ON DKMAND glEVCEK COOIKK Address Hazel Green Ivy inches 5 inches inches inches 10 00 12 00 15 00 17 f0 20 00 Â¬ Where does the Commune meet Three new pupils entered the Academy Monday Taylor Day and W O Mize attended Court nt West Liberty Monday return ing home Tuesday Â¬ Lewis Wright n well known citizen of ML Sterling suicided by jumping into a cistern Little wife of Rev James M has been quite ill for several days Little past but is improving some Mrs Dr Taulbee was Wednesday called to the head of Gillmore Creek to see a Mr Pratt who was reported very ill Hazel Green capitalists should now organize and extend the telephone line from Campton to this place It would be a great convenience Â¬ Taylor Johnson and family have re moved to Ezel and we learn that Mr Johnson has secured a situation with credit some big lumber company leave a host of friends nt Campton who wish them abundant success in their future homes Sam Faulkner was arrested by Deputy Sheriff G W Drako a few days ago at Stanton He was charged with forging some orders from W J Rose of Calla boose to G T Center He had an ex Â¬ amining trial and was held over in a bond of 500 which he gave James and Joseph Little aro under arrest charged with breaking into J N Vaughns store some time since Trial is set for today Monday at 10 oclock G T Center has completed his tele Â¬ phone line from Campton to tho Tunnel To Itouiii tho CoiiHtltutloii Colonel Dennett II Young is Chair Â¬ It operates nicely Mr Vansant of Martinsburg is in man of tho Committee appointed to pre- Â¬ pare an address to the people setting town March 23 forth tho strong points of tho now Constitution The other members are ATTENTION Messrs C T Allen II R Hourlnnd Robert Rodes Frank P Strauss Samuel KnrnmrV and Laborer Union Editor Herald Dear Sir Will you J Pugh W II Mackoy Chas J Rrons ton Curtis F Rurnam G B Swango be so kind as to publish tho following As President for the Tenth Congres Â¬ and W R Ramsey The Committee is strong in its make up and ought to sional Union I have called a meeting to be able to pull the new Constitution be held at Lee City on tho head of Red River in Wolfe county Ky on Friday through Lexington Leader the 10th day of April 1891 at 10 oclock Tho Kliitiild Trial A m for the purpose of taking into The trial of Chas E Kincaid charged consideration the best method of electing with killing ex Congressman William P officers at the next August election to Taulbee on the l2Sth of Februarv 1S0 fill the different State offices for the State was commenced at Washington Monday of Kentucky before Judge Bradley It was thought The County Presidents in the counties that Judge Hagner would preside but 1m 11VIQ HlfiL rPii tirtvl rf ii Jiijmuii jmi i composing said district are requested to uuu aii nuia ui vi iiwilliw call county meetings at once and elect jury was very tedious as many men iiati three delegates from each county to repformed opinions Our latest advices in the district meeting state that seven jurors had been chosen resent them A J Ringo and in all probability the panel would be Prest 10th C L U completed Tuesday Rothwell Ky March 18 1891 v Title Touring Unriur a Col Green Berry Swango of Wolfe The above was postmarked March 20 county candidate for Register of the the date of our last paper and accounts Land Oflice subject to the action of the for its non appearance in that issue Democratic party has been in our town Editor and county several days making the ac L V Notice F quaintance of our Democracy As the Whereas the President of the Tenth Colonel is on the Licking he thinks all Congressional district of the F L U on the Licking should give him their has made a called meeting to be held support He is a good honest and prac- Â¬ with Lucky Lodge at Lee City Wolfe tical man and would fill the oflice with county 10 on the 10th day of Â¬ Cavorting In CmnpbHl County Tho latest news from Judge Swango reports him as actively engaged in his Ho was in Campbell county canvass week and met with many who will last stand by him in the County Conventions Everywhere he meets with encourage- Â¬ ment and if Eastern Kentucky will only do her part his nomination is assured That no man has tho interests of his sec- Â¬ tion inoreat heart than Judge Swango is evidenced by the work ho has done in tho Convention in behalf of the people of Eastern Kentucky and ho should receive from them a solid support 3fLD 8 I if -- ga Sitoa msgTcgrj Jfe J RESULT OF FOUR BUYERo IN w THE S- EASTERN 4 MARKETS te FOR FOUR WEEKS- - un Â¬ Brim full and running over with all thats nice and new and desirable is our Spring Stock of Dry Goods and Millinery An immense stock selected with great care and judgment Our DRESS GOODS department is a treat to look atcomrarismi THE LATEST NOVELTIE1 and fullest line in the State from 25c a yard up The Choicest Millinery and a first class Trimmer means a beautiful Hat or Bonnet and we promise reasonable low prices ji Â¬ Â¬ M LANDSBERG 3 SON Sr WINCHESTER KY Newport Journal Sold Out mill Gone West Wiley May and wife nee Emma Kash Uncle Joe Amyx was in to see us on of this place who have until recently Tuesday and informed us that William resided on White Oak in Morgan county Oakley living on Black water in Morgan irc now living at Odessa Mo county had sold his farm to John Pie Rev J Z llaney will preach at the ratt of that neighborhood for fl00cash church on Gillmore on the first Sunday He also sold all his household fixtures in April Services at 11 oclock in the farm products tools etc and will move to Stillwell Kansas about tho 15th of morning and 8 in the afternoon April He has a son M N Oakley liv- Â¬ Our Caney letter dated the 13th inst ing at that place who is a subscriber to was received on Tuesday the 21th and The Herald was therefore eleven days traveling That Do Suttlo It about the same number of miles The doom of Hazel Green as a sum Frof Cord of Hazel Green Academy mer resort for the sick is written in the will on Sunday night deliver a discourse following lines from The Herald The instruments for the Hazel Green on the subject of baptism at the Christian Church in this place and all who Cornet Band have been ordered from Chicago and before another Herald is can do so should turn out to hear him printed the everlasting toot tooty-ti-toWe have received the matter for our will have begun A teacher has F L U Department and it will be been engaged and practice will begin as commenced in next weeks paper if our soon as the pieces arrive Bourbon supply of paper reaches us in time If News not it will begin the week after and bo a Cauiptnn Currently permanent feature of this paper thereWe learn from our own observation after Rev James E Wright of the Southern and what information wo can gather from other sources that a new era is about Methodist Church of this place will hold an Easter service at Mnytown next to dawn on the people and country along Sunday morning at 11 oclock In the the line of the K U R R The railroad has severed connection with the other same church in tho evening Rev W 11 Grain of tho Northern Methodists will K U companies which it is believed now aro only things of history and will hold services in the future run the road for what thcie Tho instruments for the band have is in it Rates are being cut down on an been shipped from Chicago and J W average at least one third and will Craven leaves shortly for Mt Sterling doubtless still be lower Men from diff whero he will get Mr JJusby who is to erent sections of country are now begin teach tho band and returning bring the ning to pour in along the line of tho instruments with him from Rothwoll road to engage in tho lumber business Oompah oompah to deal in logs staves tics tanbark etc This will make money for tho road for Tho following Powell county prisoners wero taken from tho Montgomery county the men who cngago in tho business and jail to Stanton for trial Tuesday Dan for the country John Tevis of Louisville was in town Reflet for shooting with intent to kill Simpson Rush for wifo murder and Saturday and Sunday It was ho who Will Smith for the murder of Andy becamo the purchaser of S M Tutts saw logs on Mill Crook in Powell county Oibbs Sentinel Democrat on March 12th at Receivers sale Mr Tho following is a list of tho registers Tevis has been located at Jackson Brea at tho Day Hon so sinco our last issue thitt county for more than a year just O W Meyor Ashland R P Adams past O S K Ford Mt Sterl A T Hurst returned from an extend fincinnati McQarty Cincinnati Amos ed nip through tho lone State and other iMVH J A McGuire West Liberty parts of the South and West a few days Minor Swan Ulanchester Ohio ago Ho makes a very favorable report Â¬ ot April at oclock A M and notifies the County v Pcsidents to call their County meeting and appoint delegates for the same Therefore I James II Sebastian Pres-Â¬ ident of Wolfe county F L U hereby notify the Sub Presidents to call a meet Â¬ GttlWMtfl ing and appoint their delegates to meet at Hazel Green on April 4 for the pur- Â¬ pose of appointing delegates to meet with No a like committee at Lee City on April na 5 m tIlCToererff 8fL Will WlBffll KY Main Street WINCHESTER A L - 10 1891 Jas II Serastian Pres W C F L U Felix Pence living near Lane P O Wolfe county has posted a stray ox as follows Description 8 years old weighs about 000 pounds mosilyred with white head and some white iu right flank white spot on top shoulde marked i crop oil right ear and swallow fork in left Owner can get ox by paving charges for posting feeding etc 2 tw FELIX IKXCB Lane Ky DO YOU WANT TO SAVE FROM 25 to 50 CENTS ON EVERY DOLLAR YOU SPEND If so write B We have added largely to oui stock and now occupy two largo buildings and carry as complete a line of goods as FURNITURE CARPETS WALL PAPER China Glass and Gtueensware UNDERTAKING Â¬ can be found in any city If you havent time to make the trip to our city writo for our Illustrated Catalogue and we will send cuts or samples of any of the many arti- Â¬ containing illustrations and prices cles that we carrv of everything manufactured in When you do come down make our store your head Â¬ the United States at manufactur quarters THE WINN PUllNITUllE CO 10000 ILLUSTRATION ers PRICES all linus represented catalogue JAMlvS KENNEDY JAMES IJ TIPTON Â¬ mailed free on application Address CHICAGO GENERAL SUPPLY CO No 178 West Van Buren St CHICAGO ILL 11 ItaniailiF -- iaRI 9 IN- - DKALEIIS F TYIKR JOHN II ROSE TYLER ROSE KY AMI Pure Drugs Medicines Chemicals PAINTS OILS VARNISHES AND BOOKS AND STATIONERY nnd given special fobO Â¬ HAZEL GREEN MT STERLING KY SO Tlie iircsoriptloiiH nud orders of Doctors especially Holicltcri cure and attention in compounding None hut pure medicines mid drugs used ly WAGON MAKING Wo carry a stock of Iron and Wagon Ma terials of ail kinds and give special atten tion to Horse shoeing Â¬ Â¬ Is113 J 1 b ir I liR Â¬ - rfSP5 A V 1 J r - J Mm it It vJPijmJ M wi R Â¬ Dr Clardy of Christian cotintv Dom- - of what he saw whilo ho was gone Ho ocmtlc candidato for tho nomination for will move to Texas this spring if his bust Governor was hero Monday and made a incss matters can bo so adjusted but if forciblo and sensible speech at Masonic not he will go in tho fall PERRY ft CO London eiuib24 Tomplo at 180 p m Tho Doctor square Â¬ Prof M 0 Marions school at this SIO BrMdwty New York ly oppose tho sub Treasury scheme Ho placo closed on last Friday no will U 8 uwM JISLa1iI at TlIU llvu it n nffim at Ifln o mado a ilriq impression on our people start to Texas in a few days to make it dozen or 75c a glow Cull and purehwra ptrComWHrnrnti of Produce and the patron fully wlieitt4Uml Ail MtlMfwUfHguaranUl his futuro rJme Professor mid wife some if yon would make writing eay si Sample Pens different pattern in 1 dCa Nfckcl JPlatert Matck Ilox Beat post paid on receipt of 10 CENTS taraAB arAlfofrtt STEEL PEKS CURES NOTHING BUT PILES A FOR 15 CURE SURE CERTAIN KNOWN THE BEST REHEDV FOR PIUCS AND YEARS AS LOUIS M0 fc PREPARED BY RICHARDSON TAYLOR MED CO ST TRIMBLE BROS WHOLESALE GROCERS MT STERLING KY of Mountain KJ j lf rtliMiti ytgMtt mW a J I r- fc T Vy V V ifP - I I 0 JT imhwv t Hazel Green Herald SPENOER COOPER - KY Editor Fihiuy HAZEL GREEN - March 27 1801 THE GRIP WE HAVE TO CARKV For each nnd nil In wnys nlonir It mattcra not if vvonlt or strong Or whothor young or whether old Tho way bo poor or Htrown with gold Thoro Is n grip to carry It may bo glided or bo worn Itll nil tho Hitmo it muut bo Thororf no usenpo no uio to try Tho hotter way In Hhnulder hlgli Thu grip wo liavo to curry Our brother Jiwt noross tho way Scorns highly favored duy by day Womuriniir at our lot and pine To think ho has tho best of wluo And has no grip to carry But ah his grip Is tlnsol tlppod Ills wtno too bitter to be dlppod Wo can not lift tho weight ho board We can not know anothers cares Till wo his grip would carry I bnrno To each and all Is stinted out Tho ono adopted for the route If largo or small If old or now Tia suited friend to mo to you Tho grip we have to carry Thon lot us march with shout and song Twill mnko tho way loss hard and long Tho burden borno will lighter grow Till wo shall almost cease to know Wo have a grip to carry Inter Ocean BROTHER Lunatic BENT Tho Quoor Panoloa of a HarmloBB Ho lmd so much dignity this old num so much in tinner Unit I hud been quite impressed by him Wo lmd walked up together from the post otllco several times and as I board ed near his house I often saw hUn in passing and thus we struck up an odd sort of friendship for I was twenty while ho was nearly seventy Wo used to talk on various subjects politics religion the people of the town and tho geology of the surrounding Â¬ country and I found him well informed and liberal in his views and better than all tolerant of the opinions of a young man I supposed that this tolerance im pressed mo the more because owing to my youth I hail been recently rather snubbed by some of my male relations and on that account had come to try my fortunes among strangers So it was that when this courtly old gentleman showed me such marked and polite attention I felt rather llattered and greatly comforted thereby 1 never had met any other of his family al- Â¬ though I understood from him that he lmd a wife and an elderly daughter who lived with him in tho great man- Â¬ sion hnlf hidden from tho street by a growth of trees and shrubs I often stopped to talk with him at Ms gate and ho had invited me in more than once but 1 always refused until 4lo you one day ho said abruptly know that I have taken such a fancy to you that I want Hen to see you lien is my brother you know he lives with Ho is not quite right at times a m little flighty perhaps but you wont mind that I iiuv that ho was thoroughly in earnest and to please him 1 said that I would go in and seo lien As wo stepped upon tho broad piazza Must a word my friend hesitated lien is very please before wo go In sensitive about his his troubles lie is just my age wo tiro twins in fact and physically he is perfect yes per icct but there is something wrong with his head Ho is all right on some things you know but he has some quoor fancies poor follow The tears came into his eyes and he cleared his throat with a little cough as lie opened the door and ushered me Into a broad handsomely furnished hall Ho led tho way from this into a cheerful sitting room and excused himself for a Â¬ Â¬ Iloth ladles had lovely and reilned faces which differed but little fromeaoh other Time had marked the lines deeper upon that of tho elder woman and her hair was white but both wore the same sad anxious expression as though some great sorrow was hanging over them iM other I have brought my young friend In to see Hen said the old man and I noticed that a meaning glance passed from tho lndlow as the elder one replied in a pleading voice Father Hen Isnt so well to day Hadnt you No better wait till some other time no mother Hens all right All he needs is a little cheerful company With theso words my friend left the room motioning mo to follow him We went across the hall to a small room furnished very simply There were some cases of books u leather lounge and a couple of arm chairs drawn up before a largo mirror Walking proudly to tho mirror which roilected his erect form and handsome face tho old man introduced me to Hrother Hen Of course I understood it all in a moment the painted looking glasses the sad faced woniivi and their reluct Â¬ ance to allow a btranger to intrude upon their sorrow It was a complete surprise to me fdr I had never suspcutcd tho least thing wrong with my friend and 1 had be- Â¬ lieved in his brother Hen without a shadow of doubt Luckily the ladies entered then and by their tact relieved me from my embarrassment Tho old man told me how much he and Hen enjoyed each others society and he complimented Hen upon his ap You are looking well Hen pearance old boy and I am pleased to see you In such good spirits to day Soon the daughter suggested that Hen might be tired and I took the hint and made my adieux As I bowed myself We see no out the younger lady said body now you know but father enjoys your company and If you would stop in to see him sometimes you would be doing us a great favor and I promised that l would come I went quite often and nearly always was taken to see Hrother Hen because he had taken such a liking to me the old man said I learned from tho ladies that Hen had been drowned when he was a boy hut of late tho hallucination that he was living and was insane had been fixed in his brothers mind One day my friend told me that he was worried about Hen lie seems to I fancy said he be failing a little that his mind is less clear than It was I have noticed when talking with him he loses the thread of the conversation oftener than formerly Hrother Hen was llo was right failing It was pathetic to hear the old man say Hen my boy you are a trille You should take pale to day or care of joursolf brother you better think too much and sleep too little I had a private Interview with the aud we decided that ladles ono da Hen would be better for a little trip away so tho mirror was removed and we told the old man that his brother had gone for a change of air Hut he worried about Hen and missed him so that we had tho mirror hung again and told him that Hen had come back lie was overjoyed he hastened to the Wn 1 have Hen dear old mirror so I am so glad that you missed you he said brokenly patting came back And the glass gently as he spoke youll stay with me always now wont You wont leave me again you Hen for we havent long to stay now you and I and something tells me that we will both go together old fellow He failed rapidly after this and soon he could only with diflleulty get to his old seat before the glass Hen were almost there he would say and then he would ask us If It were not pitiful to seo Hon looking so Â¬ Â¬ A LHNGTIIV ISTKUUUlTION H ENGLANDS SNOW STORMS TK COURIER JOURNAL LOUISVILLE JvY F- vUI t J U VS malm -- I 11 i BlMfil M mniAy Iwni OT tf I mWJ A liCTli m ri rt jH i fkMm WAX Frf M K1 Sovoro Wlntors Whloh Will ways Do Romomborod A Al- Â¬ Im Iterord ol tho Odd Simpi Kxjterlenccd In Ireat llrltuln During the lutit Thii CentilileH SIx Montliti of Ntfmly Smnv Subscription rates Dnuy and Sunday 10 Pally without Sunday S n year a year Sunday a year Weekly a year 12 1 The AVecklv Courier Journal lias the largest clieolatloii of any Demo cratic Newspaper in the United States and proposes to double or treble Its already large circulation Â¬ wmsm tit Wl JL m Mr Cates of the moonshine district You started t marry us this mornin parson an got as far as askin us when her whether wed hev each nt ole man came up The Parson I did Mr Cates Well weve swum Snake river clum over Hald mountain an waded Simins swamp an now that weve shook him wo wanter say yes an wind up th ceremony Judge ir Keeping Mini n Lover Mrs Sharptongue Dye mean t say youve been married ten years an never had a quarrel with yr husband Fair Stranger That is true madam And ye always let him have the last word Yes madam I wouldnt for tho world do any thing to lessen my hus Â¬ bands love for me He might tret care- Â¬ less Careless Yes We are jugglers by profes- Â¬ sion and at two performances every day I stand against a board while ho N Y Weekly throws the knives A Stitch lit Time Jim Snively has just returned to Austin from a pleasure trip through Kentucky his native State Ho tells a good story about what the guide told him in tho Mammoth Cave lie asked the guide if he Snively could not break off a small piece of stalactite and take it along with him to Texas No you dont responded the cus- Â¬ todian of the cave If we were to al- Â¬ low every darned fool to carry off chunks of rock it would have got away Texas Si f tings with the whole cave Tuklng Stork Clerk Wo dont seem able to do any thing with our Consumption Cure sir it dont sell even at the reduced price of ninety nine cents a bottle Proprietor Hm well just keep it in stock and in a few weeks well work it off as imported lymph at the same price Harpers Weekly lie Couldnt Stand tho Water asked What kind of goods Is it Colonol Mood of Kentucky when his wife displayed her new gown Its watered silk Ah thats why it turned raj stom Muuseys ach as soon as I saw it Weekly He Wanted tit Seo sight Kind Lady Poor man will you not tell mo how you came to lose your eye Mind Man All right inarm but first let me seo the money you are going to give me Texas Sittings Still Uumiliig Were you at the opera lust night Yes What did 3ou hear Indeed it was and our tears would start as wo saw tho relleetion of tho trembling limbs and vacant wandering gsize poorly i V t V While ho was gone I looked about tho room Thoro wore quaint chairs an odd stand or two a rosewood cabinet and an old fashioned piano with mother-of-pearl keys on tho walls were a fow portraits in oil and some good en- Â¬ gravings of an old style Tho thing that struck me most how Â¬ ever was a tall pier glass let into the wall botwoen two windows From the bottom of this up to within ti few inches of tho top it was painted over with a thick coating of dark paint and this was ornamented by a landscape stiffly painted in rather crude colors Thero was another and smaller mirror in tho frame of the clock and this had bKMi troatcd in a slmilaV manner little fUxtnui of bright showing here and through the br vtMMonod thatdark paint of tho X tho surface had boon marred cither by tlata41r dampntfit and that this paint few or iijj M4 tom 1Mb on to cover up these de- f was fMMff l tnmigiy JK A moment Yes Mother night and called I father I am here she said gently am going home now and Hens going too I am glad I can take him with me for he is so feeble and so Uighty that he wouldnt know how to get along with- Â¬ out me poor old boy and then he might bother you mother If l wasnt here to sort of lookvtirter him He nestled down among the pillows Yes looking so happy and contented as we Hen wo are going together just came he whispered and In a few minutes he was home with Hen Marie More Marsh in Chicago Times Tho end eame at last peaceful and He had been in bed some days calm in ti sort of half stupor He roused one Â¬ A very interesting conversation be tween two Indies and a dude in ono of Life theboxes Taking Ilhn Down Theso portraits belonged to my great great grandfather said Lord Al Â¬ bert Hall proudly Was he a dealer queried Miss Ida week 13 JI came another severe snow Â¬ In Hoo Puck storm during which several mail Named lit Last coaches had to be dug out of the drifts Teacher What was tho most Impo- Â¬ among them being tho noted Quick- Â¬ rtant event In the history of New York silver once famous for its rapid trips Ooorglo Citizzain you may answer seventy men were employed in releas tieorgle The discovery of America ing this coach from the snow before it maam Munseys Weekly could proceed on Its way During the last forty years there have been several It Seemed trohahle severe snow storms but none great Miss Elder Will you love mo when enough to warrant us In contradicting Im old our grandfathers when they say that Lover Well I dont expect to stop these times are nothing like the old loving you quite so abruptly as that ones for snow storms or any thlug West Shore else Â¬ The great snow storm when the Thames was frozen over for nearly four months occurred In ltM 81 says a writer in Lon lon Tid Hits The frost continued without intermission from December to February snow coming down almost continuously so that some parts of the country were well nigh Impassable To add to the discomfort a bitter east wind blew all the time Ships anxious to enter the port of Lon don were obliged to remain at the mouth of the Thames and crews suffered great privations Provisions were dear horses and cattle often died of cold and scarce- Â¬ ly a bird lived through the winter The citizens of London however resolved on having some profit out of tho ex Â¬ traordinary weather built a regular colony on the ice bound Thames Shops booths for coffee houses taverns dramatic representations printing of- Â¬ fices and similar buildings sprang up like magic Tills winter was probably the severest ever known In Fnglaud though the following one of 10S1 S5 was famous for its extreme cold In 1710 came a weeks fall of snow In January followed by a long hard frost Provisions became so dear in the west of England that bread was sold by its weight in money and coals were forty shillings a quart The year of ITS was remarkable for another severe winter Snow began falling on the 7th of Octo Â¬ ber and foil almost without intermis sion until the Jd of April in the follow- Â¬ ing year or for nearly ISO days in all In addition to this a strong frost preThe vailed during the same period Thames was again frozen over in 1788 170 anil 17DS In the following year the last of the century a terrible snow- Â¬ storm raged throughout the midland counties In his work on the Climate of England Whlstlecraft says that dur ing the storm a poor woman named Woodcock a native of Cambridge was buried in the snow for eight days She lived for several months after being rescued The year 1812 is famous in history as that of the terrible retreat of the grand army from Moscow in which Napole- Â¬ ons forces were weakened by the loss of four hundred thousand men This year saw some exceptionally severe snow storms in the southwest of England Hray a local magnate of Lavis soclc returning from Exeter by way of Dartmoor found the snow so thick at Morcton Hampstead that it was impossible to proceed farther on his home Â¬ ward journey At Morcton Hampstead he was obliged to remain for no less than three weeks until the snow had cleared off sulllciently for him to re- Â¬ sume his travels The winter of ISM is still remembered by some very old people as that of the Great Frost Snow was so deep and remained so long on the roads that the mail coaches were prevented from running anil communi cation between the chief centers of population was extremely ditlicidt and In some eases impossible Six years later the southwest of En jland suilered from another terribly severe snow storm On Dartmoor the snow was several feet deep and numer Â¬ ous fatalities occurred persons not only icing lost but tlnue who went out to seek them also perishing in the great drifts The snow storm of December isuv was the most severe fall known to The England since that of 171l snow began falling on the tilth and con tinued over Christmas day Into Hoxing day Iy the evening of tho latter it had drifted in some places to a depth of forty and even lifty feet This snow Â¬ storm extended all over the country and numerous lives were lost in it Business was almost at a standstill as the moil coaches could not run and cor Â¬ respondence was delayed for over a Â¬ Â¬ 1 Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ UniWO nUlf J BSrllY GIVJNtt AWAY EACH AND KVEltYDAY To some one a splendid High Arm Sowing Machine or a iliiiiilsoinu Gold Watch a IfclTA HSOLITTKLY PUEK Fall particulars In Weekly Courier-Journa- l Sample copy free Send for one Address W N HALDEMAN President Courier Journal Company LOUISVILLE KY CSTKontl the following club rates and scud in your subscriptions at onco HaziiGuiin Hiiiau and 01 OfJ Wkkkiy Coinmu IounNAi j VliUUi Address SPENCER COOPER Hazel Green Ivy UEA1 THIS TWICE The only Protection that will eflect imlly protect nil people till clusaes nil labor nml nil interests is Unit styleil Self Pkotection acquired only from n truthful knowledge of ways and means legal and illegal just and un- Â¬ just by which the burdens of govern- Â¬ ment profits of labor and industry are eo unequally divided That knowledge is power and ignor- Â¬ ance its slave is forcibly illustrated daily in all walks of life among all people in all countries Where knowledge is used as a power or a means for gaining wealth without labor or an equivalent therefor it becomes necessary to deceive or keep in ignorance of such methods those from whom the wealth is taken hence it is that of the ten thousand newspapers printed in the United States less than ten are absolutely free and independent of the power or control of some class party or monopoly whoso interest it is to keep the great mass of people in ignorance of their methods The Cincinnati Weekly Enquirer is one of the few if not the only one absolutely free from such influences It is the most honest thorough able teacher and exponent of truthful knowledge of reliable data free front partisan bios fair frank and explicit to such degree that one cannot but feci edified and capable of forming correct Such n paper conclusions therefrom should be in every household Sample copies can be obtained by addressing tho publishers tit Cincinnati O Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ I Â¬ The Enquirer and Thk Herald will both be sent for one year for only 180 Semi in your subscriptions now JfcSr Â¬ k i U0P- - SiVBiFRICAN -- v AGENCW PATENTS A pamphlet oMnfommtlon nnJafo- slruct o mo ias8iiiwiiiK Mow to Obtain llitonta rnventu Trailo Murkii CopTrmtits tent jrtt KsAddr MtlNN 4l GO A aUl UronHxwty sXi New ftfcgakoy urns tavonta nnri TrnuVMarka obtained and all cut liusliiedn conducted for Moderate Fees Our Ofllco Is Opposite lat Itll Cashley Oh pshaw Those stories are always exaggerated Dashloy They even thought of cannibalism Avhcn they were thrown upon a desert island but even here they could got nothing to eat Cashley Oh they could have worried along on i littlo moss or sea weed or something Dashloy Think of it no cigars to smoke Cashley with suddenly awakening yontman returned id 4iju91kr to wlioiu interest Poor devils Horrible wasnt it America if i - Â¬ I crudest pangs of hunger In Terrible tredlciunent Dashloy lust been reading an ac- Â¬ count of a shipwreck A erew remained for days hi mid ocoan suffering the Will you permit me my dear Mrs Zellnskl to take that chicken bone aunt to day whom I had Hot seen since Wo have friends to dine to morrow I was n baby and she wewarked that 1 was muoh changed Do you notice it Jury II a wold The Women of Keundor No How Hawold Ilawklngton The females of Ecuador are proverb stwa nge Jo wclors Circular ial for beauty those among the aris tocracy being said to hove the fairest A Modem Iimtunee of any In South Ameriia She tit the ball I dont know that I complexionpossess large while all soft and ex- Â¬ have over met you In the evening before pressive dork eyes tho blackest and and I hardly knew you In a dress suit most abundant hair the whitest teeth gentleman here who occupies Isnt the well rounded figures and small hands the same apartments with you and feet Like till women In the trop- Â¬ He No He htuyed lionio Life ics they mature curly and fade quickly but perhaps their uvorogu span of forty llotli Hard at Work Advertising Poet There Hell Ive years includes more hcort happhiess got out three linos of my poem already thon coms to wouien of colder elltirs His Good Wife And vo got out in three score years mid ten for these three Hues Of my wash Harper Ua are horassedr by no corking cores or Â¬ Â¬ Thu IiiiiikiH Time Itrltit I visited on old Cholly Cholmondeley and wo can ocruro patent in IctJH tlmo than tlioso ronuitu from Washington Send model drawing or photo with dcscrlp tlou Wo advlso If patentable or not freo of chawo Uur fee not duu till imtont id Hocitrcd with A Pamphlet How to Ohtaln latont namos of actual clients luyourStatc county or town uent ireo US Patent Office CASNOWCO upposiie raiem umcc wasninoion v omlMtV Aunrcas v kcaili tliu0i or t m viin uMi ti hi li ru ran mm llial anwuiil noinonrr nr intuiiir ucrrttluui lally anJ qulckur Irainnl I ilvtlm lull oua uurkrr Iroinalvr ill Uric I orevvuty 1 ratli hataalrraly lughl ami mitll vtltli iiitinrt a laia liuinbr MbotmnaaliiciivtrtfSOOOawarraib liiMllV nil NOlin Km iilkuUr Vy illtf at om Mux 4UO Auuuatu JUulHV Wit 1 I 11 1 utrk Imliuirlouitjr HJhlW inlru Ttirtri VUU1 J iflir In isri Ikminlll llmuuarf iltafunillha ar thrlruMi allllnu I rillitvllMlv H T g fl fl 3 n A r A II tclir r J I D fk1 lM I n 1 i irtfirir ilir rltftml 111 to briefly vOio Dull In It III Ill sr high ambitions tzKSsb IrliitL U in ihi itut tuvio mid at lowest nitvs nt tuitf office oiiul us your onlor HORSE BILLS il cm- - - a wjafcwiuniuiuiiimjiunMjBjim THE ALLIANCE A A LUCKY FIND Ex Sonator Ingulls Glvos Ills Opinion Upon tho Subjoct Tlie ist Ihiilm vntlmiitoK tho SlmiHi niul tin KtiiNoii of tint Or liitnlrutlnn Ex Sonutnr John J Inpiills of Kansas was in Baltimore- Mil recently niul in ripcakiug of the Farmer Alliance Mini This movement is liiiiltlititr irreator than the majority of tho people in the Eastern alone aro willinc to admit It presents one of the most interesting po- Â¬ Here in tho litical problems of the ago East whero industries andinployments aro diversified its progress is not appre ciated and tho strength it is gaining is In tho West a purely not understood agricultural section it has taken a deep hold on tho public mind and tho evolu Â¬ tion of tho movement is closely watched by our deepest thinkers and political economists These farmers have concluded that there are wrongs existing that need ad Â¬ justment Tho growth of tho organiza tion is not ethereal or spontaneous but has como with a strong undercurrent of reason that will ultimately laud it on a solid foundation which will defy all the efforts of political agitators to shake Of course the blatant demagogues whoso claims aro unreasonable and untenable will not bo the ones to carry this move- Â¬ ment to the success I look for it to reach You will find however that with the force behind it ajjdwith even partial success these agitators will be forced to give way to the more conservative element and the leadership will be assumed by men impelled alone by philanthropic or patriotic feelings and whose counsel can safely be followed with the assur Â¬ ance that it will lead to tangible result The adjustment of the tarill tho ex pansion of tho circulating medium and other measures tho absence of which thinking farmers believe underlie tho stagnation that now aillicts them will be advocated by the bet minds in the movement in such a way as to carry with them a strong popular feeling I think it may bo compared to the wave of Republicanism which swept over the country from 1830 to 1SG0 This re Â¬ sult mightbc more quickly reached could the West and tho South find common ground on which to stand Tho East and the North have recognized all along and lmvo very adroitly prevented any coalition They know that in the South anything that endangers local govern- Â¬ ment by the white element will be resisted and that every other interest will bo sacrificed to this end They have managed to streuthen this feeling by an occasional menace In tho West section- Â¬ al feeling has been resorted to with vary- Â¬ ing success until this year when it sig- Â¬ nally failed Such plays on tho passions and interests of the sections have about reached their limit The sections are becoming apathetic alike to appeals and menaces and when the one dies out and tho other is allayed wo may look for a coalition that will produce tangible reÂ¬ Inllor IiiIoicimiIm n Uovolvri mill Am- munition Intended Torn Prisoner One night last week Jailer Coombs of Glasgow Ky and his family who reside in tho lower part of the Jail were awa Â¬ kened by a peculiar noise Mr Coombs arose and went up stairs whero some ten or twelve prisoners aro confined to investigate and see if all was right Finding nothing suspicious tip there ho went back down stairs ami opened tho front door to look outside when he dis covered a handana handkerchief lying on tho stone steps directly beneath one of the upper windows in which was wrapped a new Smith Wesson pistol loaded and a belt filled with cartridges A piece of rotten rope was attached to tho handkerchief It had evidently been let down from above and a friend of some ono of the prisoners had tied tho bundle to the rope which however must have broken as it was being drawn up There are two or three desperoto men confined in the Jail and had tho pistol been secured Mr Coombs would likely have been given some trouble when he went tho next morning to servo tho prisoners their breakfast It is not kimwti which of the prisoners tho pistol and cartridges were intended for but tho Jailer ami others have very strong suspicions as to who it was and also who the friend was who undertook to convey tho things to him Tho Grand Jury which met this week had the matter before it for investigation and will likely reveal tho identity of tho Â¬ Ashland Park Stallions for BERMUDA record 22111 1891 11 1834 Yearling exhibition d lour-yenr-olil 1 5874 V two-year-o- FAYETTE WILKES 203 WEST CLOUD 5105 2 21 a five-year-o- ld Â¬ record 222 third heat 2 23a Trial Oct fl fourth heat 220 trial 217 lllaok horse lr hands 1 Inches high fold Day horse lfi hands Hred at Ashland Park ed June 15 1883 3 inches high foal Sired by HANKER ll M ed May 31 S7N The AuU3MiaPam Own brother to Lysaudor sire of Lysander handsomest son of Hoy SS0fcf Watt 22 W William Kearney his great hire and Lvsnnder Chief HMO 2Ui First dam llattio Pntohcn trial 2iSgrandani the huudMimcst of of Chestnut Wilkes 220 by Mambrlno any trotting bred hJnllLaaakBaaaaaaaaaaaaar Patchon sire of the dams ofGoy Wilkes horse in the Initcd 215V Astral2KS Rosa Wilkcs2lSK HI vtra 218 V Cleora 21S States Hour 217 and 2 others in the 280 list Second dam Mandy by Stanhopes lllood Sired by George Wilkes 222 Hawk sire of dam ofAlmont 227 and Aley Wilkes 225 Guy Wilkes Third dam Pattie hv Downlngs Vermont Sire of Harrv Wilkes 213 WilMike 2lf 2 UP SoWilkes pacer 216fc pacer sire of the dam of tfnigma 221 Mautlirlno So 217V Wilcox son sire of Kit Curry 218M Hell Hruco Iliuii UMIL uKtx WMItmi Jiinit Mill Wilson 22 Sills Vermont hi re of Hon Joe Hunker 2104 Flora Wilkes pacer ner Hoy 223 and sire of tho dams of Abel 22 Vi Col llrndshaw 220i Nelly L 2 1DV Tom lingers 220 etc 2234 Gamhetta 225 The King 221Ki Outlaw 220Vf Pearl 230 First dam Sally Hamlet winner of Fourth dam Jesse bv ThnmuN Jefferson Hamlet Stakes in 1875 by Hamlet lie is i beautiful black with right hind sire of Lorctto F 2is tf A V Pantllod ankle white stands UW hands high and is 220Truro pacer 222 W Lady M 223 ii perfect horse all over having both bone leontine 223 f llrooksido Flora 22 and and substance combined with the form and the dams of Thornlcss 218V Cvolone finish characteristic of the cross ho so well 223V Graubv 225V Graceful 225 and represents viz Hamhlotouinnsironud Mam- Huuilettn22i brino Pitchcn dam This cross stands as the very best because public performances have Second dam Sal dam of Coarser 22dK Capdemonstrated Its value Of its many repretain Clay Driftwood and grandain ol Marsentatives not one is the superior ofHermu lowe piiccr 215 by Canada Chief sire da for not one has demonstrated the same of dams of Governor 230 and Joe Hook etc ability to train on from year to year beginer sire of Maud Macey 2lning in the yearling form none are better Third dam tjie dam of Sofe that produced bred or better looking Blanche 225V bv imp Yorkslihc sire Asa sire he is of course untried his first of dam of Ashland Chief sire of Itlaek colts being foaled in 18Si now yeurlings Cloud 217V Judged at this age no stallion ever sired more uniform natural gaitcd colts with speed thoroughbred unprecedented lie will stand for mares Fourth dam bv Woodpecker miles in 2SU8Vsire of Prince 227 V ten USUI at season of 200 TO INSURE the money to be paid as follows 100 at the The fee of Favette Wilkes is within the time of service and the other 100 when the guilty party reach of all ami lower than that of any mure proves in foal Heiug out The prisoners are now all confined in side mares parties wishing limited to 30 him horse of equal merit in Kentucky to breed to iron cages and can not get to the windows had better book their marcs early SEASON 100 l0 Out of tho dam of lllaok Cloud 217K his sire out of tho dam of WiUou 21GK Â¬ Â¬ Urod at s Sired by AI1DALLAII WEST 2583 V Sire of Wilkin 227 First dam tho dam of lllaok Cloud 217K by Pilot Walker pacer Second dam the Clukc pacing mnro Hay bono fonled March Ashland Park 5 Â¬ 2lu NOTKAbdallah West 2583 by Alllo West 1st d im Miss Conns dam of Wilson by Clark Chief 2d dam Ohio by 2UI American Clay 3d dam brought from Ohio and represented to bo by Hrowns Ilellfonn ilor Abdullah West dled ntstx years old He was the most promising colt over bred West Cloud Is a rich mahogany bay 15 hands 2 inches with black niuiio and tail and black legs exteudiuu above knees and hoeks He Is a powerfully built horse for his height and has the most finished not of feet nod lcp its possible to get on a horse of any breed As a he gavo evidence of belni possessed of remarkable speed iw with little handling he trotted a half mile in 118 1 5 and miles in his work in 210 V Atthreo years old he was not trained owing to a very Revere attack of pinkee He also done no work on tho Ah a track as a he was jogucd and trained litrhtly more for tin purpose of ascertaining if ho was entirely recovered than with a view of testing his speed In a few months bo trotted a full mile in 2 38 and half in 115 This season IMO be served a few mares of my own and was not put to work until September and his improvement was most remarkable Ho repeatedly trotted halves in 110 and 1 am fully convinced he will with a seasons training trot in 220 I will let him serve 20 marcs season of 1HH outside of ten of my own nt 00 THE SEASON money due at ttino of service or before removal of marc The usual return privilege is given to return mare in 1802 should she not get In foal two-year-ofour-year-ol- two-year-ol- d - Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ d five-year-o- Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ - Â¬ Â¬ - Â¬ i titov hittkhs It Will euro you and kIvc a good iipiMjtlte by till dcnlcrs in medicine IF YOUIi HACK ACHES Or you lire all worn out really ool for nothing it isseucriil nobility Try nmmss Sold 1 breed sound Mares bred by the season not proving in foal have the usual privilege of return highly fmishedtrotters and hnvo for sale high bred colts and fillies out of producing dams by a greater number of prominent sires than any farm in the land For sale at prices based on actual individual merit For furtberinformation see rj i I nvfnivlnn AoMind ln catalogues which can be had on application Mares kept at regular rates Di Ji InLAUT ASfllanU Drl L8Algl0n Njfi rdlKf rnpinv Â¬ BURNED IN HER HUT Official Directory of Wolfe County CIRCUIT COURT billy Judge Meets second Mon dav in January and Inly P Marrs Commonwealths Attorney J N Vaughn Trustee of Jurv Fund W F Klkius lerk of Circuit and Com II 1 -- Â¬ Â¬ The Charred ItcumiiiH of n Woman round Among tlio Antics Mrs Barbara Sheltou an aged woman who was living alone in a hut on Stink- Â¬ ing Creek eighteen miles from Harbour ville was burned to death on the 18th inst She had been living alone for some time having separated from her husband On the morning of the I lth some persons in passing near her house wero horrified to find that her hut had been destroyed by fire and was marked only by a heap of ashes On clpser examination they found a charred and half consumed skull and a few bones of the cxtrometies lying in onocorncrof the building among tho ashes Whether the deed was the work of a murderer and then an incendi- Â¬ ary to conceal his crime or an accident is not known One thing is rather striking about tho aflair however and it is in tho fact that about four years ago within two miles of tho same spot tho celebrated Poo family tragedy occurred This latter deed is without parallel in crimi- Â¬ nal records The cauo of the death of Mrs Shel tou will bo immediately investigated and determined whether it was tho result of an accident or the deed of some murÂ¬ Â¬ Â¬ 4v MM 59AT THIS OFFICE - C FM nfxm G Â¬ mon Pleas Court J F Vansaiit Heputy Clerk COMMON PLEAS COURT S II Patrick Judge Meets 2nd Monday in February and August A T Combs Master Commissioner COUNTY COURT Tutt Judge Meets 1st Monday In each month Quarterly Court Tuesday after 1st Monday In March June September and S M NOTEHEADS LETTERHEADS RILLHEADS STATEMENTS SALE HILLS MINUTES Any and everything at the loweHt prices lltrJrfi T9MFwllvit K kLilftl r HiiVFSfffllTPnMi VlJIV GOLD DUST I December Joseph C LvkiiiK County Attorney Court Clerk James It Hollon C C Hanks Sheriff T F Stamper Jailer H N llortoi School Superintendent J F Pelfrey Coroner V G O 9 W Crowey Assessor G II Lacy Surveyor WSl Â¬ -4 i s s g OS o v r This combined young otallion will make the season of 1811 at otir stabltfl in Hazel ireen Kv and will hcrvu marcH at TKN DOLLAllS fill TO 1NSURB A LIVING COLT money due when the inaru foals with a lieu on the colt until tho money is paid or if the mare in parted with or bred to another home the moiiuy in then duo DKSlltllTlCJf AND PKDUlllKU V Murphy Wednesday District No after 2nd Monday in March June Septem ber and December A It Laudruiu l riday after 3rd Monday in March June Septem Â¬ JUSTICES OF THE PEACE 1S or Ty c j 6 S 5 6 Ji J ber and December sults Tho existing political parties how over may by their platforms and the candidates nominated make such conces sions to tho Alliance as to cause the members to return to their respective folds with tho belief that evils that they seek to redress will bo reformed in their households ON TOBACCO DEALS A Suit Â¬ Kloven Thousand Dollar rilmt In Covington to llocovcr Suits wero filed in tho United States Court at Covington last week by II II Hoiunau representing Charles Rodmaun it Co of Cincinnati against G W Good pastor and Charles L Gray Tho plain tiff advanced to tho defendants tho sum of 11000 on an agreement that they wero to purchaso tobacco and pay tho Â¬ plaintiff interest on tho amount of money advanced Ho claims that tho defend Â¬ ants lmvo failed to meet their obligation and asks for a judgment for tho amount and for nu attachment of tho tobacco now owned and held by tho defendants In Montgomery county Ky Tho attach ment was issued and tho papers served AJoodpastor now lives in Bath county Â¬ mt formorly lived in Morgan wo believe and lias for years been reganled as a very wealthy man A Xovnr Fulling Huincdy MromMiNK tho only permanent euro for all forms of headacho and neuralgia rolioves tho pain in from 15 to t0 min- Â¬ IMDIKS utes For salo on positive guarantee at Needing a tonic or children that want building III II01II1 IHKO Tjik Hkiuid office or scut postpaid by IIKOWKS IKON 1IITTKIIS OT J1wnl mail on receipt of pricc GOcoita u br I District No 2 A FJohnson Thursday after 2nd Monday in March June Septem ber and December J II Vest Saturday after 3rd Monday in March June September and December derer District No 3 W 11 Duff Friday after 2nd Monday In March June September and THREE MURDERERS CONVICTED December L M Drown ith Monday in March June September and December Christian County Xvgi ofs ucl t jMenjio With Their llv District No 4 P It Iegg Saturday aft In tho Christian County Ivy Circuit er 2nd Monday in March June September Spencer Tuesday Court last week George Grifley George and December Isaiah after tth Monday in March June Septem m o w a - n Murphy and Ed Murphy three colored ber and lJecember men wero convicted of murder in tho Distiict No 5 Preston Hollon 3rd Mon first degree and sentenced to tho State day in March June September and Decem David Hunks Fridayafter Prison for life Tho murder was a most berMaroh June September and 1st Monday in December atrocious one The three men ran down S S Hose Tuesday District No a colored man named Uutledge in tho 3rd Monday in March June Septemberafter and southern part of Christian county last December M K Ollair Saturday after summer and shot him to death without 1st Monday in March June September and December provocation Tho caso occupied three District No 7 Klias Shockcy Wednes days of the Courts timo and created day U 2 after 3rd Moudav in March June Sep much interest Tho prisoners accepted tember and December It G Kose 2nd tho verdict with apparent indifference Monday in March June September and De cember and seemed thoroughly satisfied with the District No 8 J M Ilurton Thursday decision after 3rd Monday in March June Septem ber and December W 11 Vanclcave Tues On Trial for Murder FOR SALE AT THIS OFFICE day after 2nd Monday in Maroh June Sep Several days last week woro taken up tember and December r for 10c in Judgo lloyds court at Harbourvillo 10c 00 Tor CAMPTON POLICE COURT with hearing tho evidence- in tho caso of 2flc 100 for Dr J H Stamper Judge Court third the Commonwealth against A K Ilraf Monday in each month J P Hall Marshal ittjif Dont wait until thoy aro all gone ford for tho killing of James Tugglo but como and get thorn now HAZEL GREEN POLICE COURT somo four years ago Tho difficulty camo ii o viuiinuj inmxi i uuii ruling uiivi miuclttlU rurtunMbavalxcnmaaf up over somo trouble which lirafibrd and ml Monday in March June hepteinneranti Autllti aaaaaaVWaaaaVV woikfwr u by Anna la r and Jiio Ilvnn liilcd Ohio Tugglo had concerning tho employment December J W Hnwcrton Marshal hi cui uiiniaaiouioaiiu Horn iitblyuM aii uiarf IMOIW a of a teacher for the school in tho district nionlti Voucandolb woik and LEE CITY POLICE COURT tjikaiHilliaiiia wbrrryouar Knl 4fSa in which they both lived There is con Â¬ Balnncraar Mlly aarnlnv Irvmfalo Clay Rose Marshal There Is no record tr lav ii lonaT uu aiwn siderable ovidenco against Hrafibrd going of who is Police Judge nor when court is and nriyou Can work In iiit llm lima Ilia monay rarwbik frail Ilia t to show that ho and others who aro in held CaaBaaJafL VI IVtallura unkiniwn amour Ibin III ultra tt nanilairul dicted with him murdered Tugglo in lIHlleUl5ollir4UA4rllHriHiHi fn txrnMturICWllniaf wrtk laiililly and tiuoonblr t Ihowi of cold blood Wittier or eliltnl Inlhtlr Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ GOLD DlIdT Ih 0 yearn old tho 28th day of May 181M 10 IuiihIh high a beautiful chestnut with Mar and white hind feet beautiful mane ami tail HIh power Htyle and action are unsiirpaHsed He wiih Hired by Kenator lllaekburn he by Dlllard Dud ley he by John Dlllard tho gratKUlro of Phil Thompson record 110 Erie McCloud and Nlck with recordii better than HIh dam was aired by the Phillips horse tho hire of lllue Jeans he by Gen Taylor Ao AIno at tho Name HtahlcH will be found tho elegantly bred young trotting stallion Â¬ Post Boy Jr DltfCMlTION AND PKDHIUKK I who will serve a limited number of approved marcs at 10 IV LNSlKB A LIVING COLT on the same terms as above POST HOY Jit wan sired by Post Hoy -- ll hu by Magic Hire of Clemmio I G Mystery 220 Alicu Sinner Ac data Molllo Kmery sired by Strath more slro of HimtA Chios 217 Tucker 21U Cricket 210 Adonis 2llMj Slial 1 record lir Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Old Papers Iluiniuor 210 Charles Derby 220 Faustina 220 Hon nlo Wlhuore 222 h i Hlazeberry 221 U and a number of others in tho 230 list POST HOY JR Is a beautiful chestnut with no marks I years old May 16th lbiH lo hands I inches high and gives promUo of being heard from in tho future among trotters Any one who is familiar with Shiners Post Hoy will readily recognize Post Hoy Jr And Inst hut not least will bo found at the same stables tho well known and highly appreciated jack eolon2tl Sister V 218 John Morgan 1 4 -- H 179 a araiB terms m nbovu described This Jack has ho superior as a good breeder Cl All euro will bo taken to prevent no cldeuts but wo will not ho responsible F DAY J T should thoy occur A LIVING COLT on same who will servo marcs at 10 TO INSUJIK Â¬ I address THE IIEli ZiTiu on tau tlu ih urink Iiir In trim Mt rumWh rrrryllilnx W tun on M rlk 1 utt can iJrot your trur moottqit or kl jour lima to lha roik Thla U ait tuUnrly wa t lajani tiring on Jciful tucoti la ry wot ktr rtrrinnvmaiw nrnwf irom vsa to vau xrwrraana upwiiui you ika am and rom ante a Unit iMtluo Wo can furniih teact yo I Ml V y traralu ciplala brra Foil EMyratbt and rukk juik tkeo fouii MONEY own lotiliilrtMlitmrtiitity lift Any 4Em thvk Ink Writing Paper KuvelopcH Pen hudlcH o for Halo at thin oftice Ac Call en us om Paper only lOo h qHlr when you iMthyotiemkly bow hiaw ftwMfot vivouay ai Hit aian Minor oa H co Main aaiaa all Mot in WHaVf Anoira you c cmico at aMaHUlaw loc an jtiur iiincor iuw lk work AU U new Una atary workar wo i ararHMn KASIIr VAKXIVVUAk r H MtomMmi S1INMMI vm HMbfl a yr la Mg tmitJftfim R OoodnlnTriyNY4wTiri HmhUt maka you may not M limatibttt via rait fr lum npd Utioury mnun mw TniTurezi rp vv rs y m imMfmfmmiffm iJJBri e mi ii i -- t I nil ITTUU iF il III A- - Mc J t T K TIP vvllr Hazel Green Herald SPENOER COOPER Editor KY Friday HAZEL GREEN March 27 1891 flWHFvMp - J f v Vm aJ plaintlils by which ho sold them all the whito oak stave timber on said tract and all tho poplar that plaintlils should re quiro to carry on their business Tho plaintiffs wero to pay 1G0 per thousand for tho staves made and 15 cents per hundred in tho tree for the poplar The plaintiffs mado about 80000 staves and took ofl about 18000 feet of poplar and entered a credit on the noto for theso nmounts In 1887 plaintiffs brought suit on tho note Defendant set up that there was enough stave timber on tho tract to discharge the debt and that it was plaintiffs fault that they had not used it Tho proof on this point is con- Â¬ r S5T 7 If u IfJJ IV J y t fcS 14 v w r r comparatively speak Â¬ ing a stranger to the peoplo of Elliott but wo hope tho time is not far distant when it will be a welcome visitor to every house in this county This county is located on and includes tho headwaters of the Little Sandy River and abounds in timber coal o Tho timber lumber and stave busi ness of this county is very extensive and furnishes employment for a great many men In fact it seems to be at present the only source from which the people can get money to meet their immediate demands stock c being so low that people do not sell unless forced to do so Sandy Hook or Martinsburg tho county seat of our county is located on tho northwest bank of the Little Sandy Itiver and contains about 175 inhabi Â¬ ther notice Cnnoy GltroiihiloN tants ono doctor six lawyers three Treasurer Huston seems to have as Measles aro raging in this vicinity c ministers two hotels two stores much difficulty in getting out of office Married recently F Lykins to Liddy Kkioktkk March 18 as most men do in getting in His last Prater resignation which was thought by every Joo Halsoy of Grassy Creek was hero WASHINGTON LETTER one to bo final heeais to have met the this wcok on business same fato as its several predecessors and Washington March 20 1891 Died on the 6th inst a little daugh It is believed by thoso who make a it is now said that Mr Huston is to re- Â¬ ter of Dave Lykins of measles constant study of tho undercurrents of main iu oflice T J Burton has just returned from politics that Mr Harrison and Mr Blaine A blast fired on tho side of Lookout Moyors Eddy where ho had been with have mado an amicable arrangement re- Mountain near Chattanooga dislodged timber lating to tho Republican Presidential 100000 tons of rock One hundred kegs Olaronco Maxoy of West Liberty was nomination next year and that it is of powder was the charge and a ledge of hero today on business best known to something liko this Mr Harrisons rock was broken up and thousands of himself friends aro to announco unofficially of tons rolled down tho mountain side Greon Stncy G B Lykins and W A coumc that he is a candidate for renoni Tho railroad track was destroyed for 200 Burton havo been nt tho Ferry measur- ination and that Mr Blaine is for him yards ing timber for ono month If the announcement which by tho way Thk homo of ox Congressman Thomas Thcro has been moro timber floated has already been pretty extensively Turner at Mt Sterling was burned last down Licking this spring than over be- made is cordially received by Republic week Co havo run mis who can control the party machinery fore Stacy Burton in tho sovoral States that can be counted about forty rafts 25 PER WEEK t 8S- 5- SALARY Your correspondent has just returned upon to go Republican it will iu due Wantkd Good Aoknts to bkll ouk from Mt Sterling whoro ho was almost timo bo followed by official announce Gknkkal link of mkkchandisk No AllOVK 8ALAKY WILL UK an oyo witness to tho horrible death of ments from both Mr Harrison and his IMDDLINO LIVK Foil FUK AOKNTS Secretary of State and tho name of Mr PAID TO old mail Ferguson and his by ADDKKPS THKK INFOKMATION Harrison will go beforo tho convention CHICAGO GENERAL SUPPLY CO poison with practically no opposition 178 W Van Buren St Chicago III March 13 Falcon on tho other hand the announcement If Tho IIurnltlMH Vuvorlto AVlth Km shall not bo well received and tho fact Exchange Bank of Kentucky Mr Spencer CooperSir You will shall become plaid that Mr Harrison MT STERLING KY find enclosed 50 cents which please place will meet with strong opposition in his to Hi rain Greers credit and send him party ho will at tho proper time an Â¬ Tin Herald six months Tin Hkkald nounce ofllcially that ho will not be a CAPITAL SIOOOOOOO is such a favorito with us that wo would caiididatoand tho full strength of the as soon do without dinner as it You administration will bo thrown to Mr will plcaso noto his subscription in the Bhdno This seems to be all right as far We liavo more Hazel Green business than paper I would give somo news but I as tho two gentlemen named aro concern any other bunk and want to increase it Suml us your account and we will treat am not yourscribo and On tho Wing ed but what about tho claims of Mehsrs would think I was taking too much on Algor McKinley Depow et id Not you well B J PETERS PltKSlDKNT myself So moro anon of prophecy being possessed of tho power Grassy March 18 Unolk Davr JOHN G WINN OABinnn I shall havo to content mysolf with ask question leaving the answer to ing this BREATHITT IDINGFELDER thoso moro directly interested Tho acting Secretary of tho Treasury Taokitnu JuukotH Tho colebratetl Lusk Millor caso was has under tho now law declined to ox CO M ROBINSON This caso chmigo gold bars for gold coin unless VjMvpoood of on tho 13th inst iVVfobratcd for its voluminous mid to tho parties desiring tho exchango will Importers nml Jobbers of dldWioonL Tho history of tho caso is pay 4 cents por 100 tho Government aboiilptowa In tho year 1882 tho cost for converting tho coin into bars DRY GOODS AND NOTIONS ylaiuuffLMaud Day loaned Miller Tho oxclmngo is usually mado by parties lQ628iVpi fat tract of land on who wish to ship tho gold to Europe mid Miller exe Â¬ has heretofore been made frco of chargo No C37 530 mid 5- HWar Creek i cuted lila wM tvtjmAHMt to run 5 It i believed by tho treasury offlciala -- West Min Street date that this charge will prevent tho specuyear witb LOUISVILLE KY euenauw tffttM vltli lative exportation of American gold improving under Dr Taulbces treat inout John Henry of Grassy is sick at tho residence of his father Win Henry but is a littlo bettor Tho Sheriff liny caused some of our boys to visit tho Grand Jury room unwillingly this week Win Miles tho boss coal diggormovcd hero last wcok Ho is a Christian gen tleman and we welcome him Sovoral of our citizens will attend Circuit Court at West Liberty while some of tho boys will take to tho hills Rev J T Pioratt preached two ablo sermons here last Sunday and will also preach hero tho 4th Sunday iu April Lot ovorybody come March 23 Smckir Â¬ Â¬ flicting Plaintiffs witnesses found from 32 to 47 stavo trees on tho tract and do fondants witnesses attomptcd to make 1000 Sayings and Doings of tho Citizons it appear that there were about stave trees still remaining on tho land in Our Neighboring Countios Tho Court Judge Patrick boing advised judgment for something Ah Hoard ami Hoon b Henihl Conontoii gavo plaintiflsa over a thousand dollars and costs and a HiiMtlly Wrltton up for duiitH ami Our Army of IlimduiN Wo believo the Court lien on tho land based his decision in regard to the lien MORGAN on tho land on the caso of Purcell vs Hitman 81st Ky Plaintiffs wero rep- Â¬ lllackwator HiihhloH resented by Sebastian and defendant by Nowh Ih acarco but mud is plonty Capt Hurst and others There is some Tlio measles aro dying out by degrees talk of an appeal and it is fortunate for Jnmcs 13oso of Grassy was visiting tho parties interested that tho K U is here hint week about completed to Jackson so they can Lula Murphy is at homo on a visit ship the record by rail and secure carCkank load rates from school t Some of our peoplo liavo very bad ELLIOTT colds almost like tho grip Sauily IIoolc SeruuM Frank Handy has moved to Grassy Editor Hkkald Not being a subscri- Â¬ Orcokou account of his wifeH health ber to your paper but having learned Dr Taulbco extracted 21 tectli for is devoted to the special interests Aunt Liz Ward at ono sitting last week that it of Eastern Kentucky and tho develop Mrs Harry Oldfiolds is reported to be of its various resources hence this EASTERN KENTUCKY which will if it turns out to bo truo bo very beneficial to the peoplo at large but very injurious to gold speculators Hon Jorry Simpson scorns to be catch Â¬ ing on in great stylo Ho tolls mo that ho has received numerouB invitations to mako speeches in tho East ami that ho has accepted ono to speak beforo a frco trade club in New York City There is and has been no excitement in administration circles over tho killing Is a question hard to answer of tho Italian members of the Mafia at New Orleans and tho action of tho Ital- But as to who is selling the ian minister iu connection therewith cheapest goods in JIaxel Green Tho minister presented a protest from is easilv told his government and Mr Blaino tele graphed to tlio Governor of Louisiana for information That is all thcro was of it No important international complications are oxpected to ariso from it are closing out Low Prices no one expects that the Italian gov Â¬ and tire what you want we have ernment will mako any unusual demands ml flinm VV although a delegation of fool Italians O from Chicago turned up hero this week with their heads full of wild ideas about t apologies indemnity and other absurd Who Killed HAZEL GREEN i ACADEMY 5 J890 9J WMMmm HFPIERATT5C0 If Second Term Began Feby 9 1891 Â¬ Â¬ Hacl Green Aeadeinv ofliTH unusual ad vantages in u kuii Knoiihh coVusk In eluding Latin a thorough ntsiNKSS course a comimITK thai hi km coiiisK Our ling Huh Couise is thorough and prepares for entrance into Kentucky University and col leges of that class Our Teachurs Course embraces all the brandies within tho Com mon School Iuv together with Talks and Lectures on School Topics Our Ilusinoss Course prepares for the business transactions of every day life and forspeeial positions as clerks bookkeepers accountants etc ItATis oi Tuition per Session of 5 Months payable one half on entering school the other half at middle of tho term Â¬ Â¬ FIRST GRADE SECOND GRADE THIRD GRADE FOURTH GRADE 5 00 7 50 10 00 12 CO things For tho satisfaction they re- Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ ment letter The Hkkald is Â¬ ceived thoy might as well have remained at homo It is regarded hero as a State We are going to sell We and not a National affair although if it can bo shown that any of tho men killed have got prices to suit hard All we ask is to give wero Italian subjects Congress may de times cide following tho precedent established us a call by tho Spanish mid Chinese cases to vote a small sum to their families as a CO ATT F gratuity it having been stated in the acts appropriating tho money in tho forS All outstanding notes mer cases that it was so intended and and accounts must he settled was not to bo considered as indemnity once or you will pay cost There is a probability that Cuba may be tho first country to feel the weight of CO 13f3m the power granted tho President iu the reciprocity clause of the McKinley tarifl act which empower the President to re- Â¬ store the duty on sugar removed by that WITH- act from any country that refuses to negotiate a reciprocity treaty Spain hasnt exactly refused to negotiate a JULIUS BENCKENSTEIN CO treaty but the action of her minister in insisting that Cuban tobacco shall be in cluded in the treaty is equivalent to a Manufacturers and Jobbers of refusal for even if the administration was disposed to let Cuban tobacco in free which it isnt it has not the authority to do so Mr Blaine has sent cx Minister Foster as a special envoy to inform the Spanish government that it must fish or cut bait mid if a favorable messago is not received from him by April 1 tho date when tho sugar schedule goes into effect it will not be surprising if Mr Harrison issues a proclamation ordering tho retention of the present duty on Cuban sugar until furÂ¬ Well II P to Si 1REK TUITION given to one student from each of tho twenty mountain counties upon presentation of certificate of good moral standing signed by tho County Judge Only two stu and County Superintendent dents have applied for free tuition this year Good Board oan be obtained at from 200 to 250 per week O Iiipils from a distance will bo under school the supervision of the Principal of the PIER Â¬ Teachers of Public Schools Do you want to prepaie vouiselvcs for better work in Do vou want to be a true J your profession teacher If so attend school at tho Hazel Green Acadomcy and take our Normal Course during the Winter and Spring We oiler you better advantages at a less ex pense than an v school in the mountains of Kentucky i at yFor You can kntkii at any time further information address P WM Aug 29 1890 -- H CORD PltlNClPAL J P ROGERS TI-IE- WINCHESTER BANK WINCIIESTEIt KY X H WITIIERSPOON President It D IIUNTEH Cashier Â¬ Paid up Capital 20000000 I Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ BOOTSiJJlES RUBBER This Hank solicits the account of mer chants farmers traders and business men generally throughout Eastern Kentucky and oilers its customers every facility ami the most liberal terms within the limits of legitimate bunking oct8ly surplus bUUUUUU Â¬ Mt Sterling National Bank WOONSOCKET MT STERLING KY Â¬ Capital 100000 Â¬ AGENCY 0 1VIV Surplus LEWIS APPERSON 16550 NO 103 WEST PEARL STREET PitraiDnsrr CINCINNATI II R FRENCH Casiiikr customer fairly Mountain business is respectfully solicited with the ustui ranee that we will treat every J Â¬ I I WANTED New and Liberal Terms Traders Deposit 4 ti JIT STERLING KY I Â¬ I v Â¬ oral Agent Barbourvillo Ky or TOWN n DODTIN Niirsnrvmnn 71y Somei sot Ky QQOdJQ 0lOQ ryrt prIt Sharp Ilrtice Trimble T G EAddross A J COLE Gon- - J M G IHOSTAIT President Ij KIIUCPATItICK Vice President W W THOMSON Cashier qqtc Denton J G L II Â¬ SHARP TRIMBLE MT STKKMNG DENTON KY DIRECTORS KlHKPATIICK ANDKKW FKSIKIt Dk R Q Dhakk J T Highland M 1 Ml I YIKK V J U UKAU v fj Â¬ son-in-la- w FARMERS BANE AIT Have now a complete line of 11 S STJ1ADBR SON Clothing Hats Boots Shoes Successors to J A Lail Co and Gents Furnishing Goods 71 E Main Stijkbt LEXINGTON KY We solicit an inspection of Wholesale Dealers in our goods and guarantee pri Straight Kentucky Whiskies ces satisfactory and articles as Wines Brandies c recommended FINE OLD WHISKY A SPECIALTY NEW TOBACCO CIGARS Â¬ AND Agents for Old Pugh Old Turr and Old Taylor Pepper Old 1 STERLING KY Capital Wm Â¬ 250000 Surplus Chas GUS MEYER WITH Guuiins Cashier 40000 M MrroiirLL President WMKB2EG0 OJ01II1K11S INO Â¬ Tlio largest capuni and surplus and liulb vlriual lepoit than any bank in tills see tim of tho State Hardware Agricultural Implements J OLIVER CHI LLEl PLOWS MALTA PLOWS FOSTER STOVE CO KVArUUATUl COOKS MILLS T F SUTTON CHAMPION REAPERS A MOWERS STODDARD AND ACME HARROWS HBATTYViME KY DOORS AND i ASIl A SPECIALTY Nos 110 A 112 Second Street REAL ESTATE AND COLLECTING I RONTON OHIO 01 y AGENT Collections iiml remittances promptly iniule Correspondence sqllclted te Wfc 4 J tJ6imj attendant inrgfc Â¬ LadlfK1 at this oHiee Nate ltnier onlv lk a nuir i i v i minis or whcii you iikwu HHuiivry u it iohU c ot for eale fe 64 ffOWTBlW rtterlW b i I i nL SA tfraI Cvrr 1SSWSSJ5y7 t Wtf itti ti W Thos Henderson WttOIKHAIK inW if O WT SEITZ WITH Son Cffi W esa- - v rfifctADttuAlU - - K l i 1 0 A A