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Digital page images are linked to the text file. xrq 7jLr-S W-v-Tiy- SPENCER COOPER Ownqr and Editor Hazel Green HAZEL GREEN WOLFE COUNTY Here ICY n r viT I rtqarrwypwrSTlmJ t MWpiWWJMMMWMlMMIJ IJHHHMijIliroB JIJEjvAjuJJ -- - Of a Noisy World With News From All Nations Lumbring at His Bade 17 1891 f f00 A YEAR I Always Jn Adyant M v I SEVENTH YEAR FRIDAY APRIL Fruit is said to of Tennessee NUMBBE NO PAY NO J OUiSaUSSTBMJS LEXINGTON KENTUCKY STATE SUNSHINE AND SHADOW is how tho Constitutional Con- Â¬ vention votes away the peoples money President Clay 5 per day for presiding in addition to his per diem as delegate Secre- Â¬ tary Poorc Assistant Secretary Martin and Reading Clerk Stone 10 each per day Scrgcant-at-armTyler and Doorkeeper IIa ley 8 each per day Janitor Todd Hall d per day Mrs Day the librarian 300 As sistant Librarian Frank Kavanaugh 300 the Revs Dlaynoy Penick Darsie Hender son Ncrille Young and Taylor 75 each for prayers Pages IMaokburn Riley Chap man Domini Newton Long and Koudrick 3 each per day The Intcr Collegiatb Oratorical con- Â¬ test came off at the Opera Houso at Lex ington last Friday night and John M Stevenson representing the Georgetown College proved to be the victor Samuel C Stofer Kentucky University Samuel W Wilson Centre College Franklin II Kcan Central University and C E Nor man of the A fc M Collego were tho other contestants The faculties of the several colleges forbid futuro contests William Monroe aged 68 and Mrs Mattie Atfred aged 48 eloped from Fayette county to Maysville and were married by Judge Phister When asked if ho would take Mattie to be his wife Monroe answered in emphatic words Thats just what I propose to do At the conclusion of the cere mony he surprised those present by exclaim Â¬ ing Peace at home pleasures abroad love your wife and praise tho Lord s Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ OVER THE WORLD IN A WEEK bo frozen in 495 i3 portions PAPK1 0- Clothiers of Kentucky Larpst LOW PRICES arc compelled to coital sabtcrlptlons promptly W to Senator Edmunds of Vermont has resigned his scat in the United States Senate ble us to meet our exnerwes ami wi Ko0i all may renew promptly In wlf Wemj Tho Board of Education of Upper wo AiusT drop from our list all wko 4 Sandusky O ordered that hereafter teach Â¬ not do so without further notldt ers must desist from dancing T YOUR SUBSCRIPTION -- Hl Gov Fowlc of North Carolina died mP MflpWe - m is If m HONEST VALUES I suddenly last week Licutcnnnt Governor Thomas has been sworn in as Governor Â¬ Expire 459 Thanking you for past patronage and Four conspirators who tried to got hoping you will renew we remain hold of tho late Loring A Robertsons millVery resnocfully yours ions in New York havo been indicted SPENCER COOPUR jKIfyou havo run overtime paid to the While dancing and Binging over the k HIGH GRADES When you visit Lexington do not fail to give us a call MAIL ORDERS PROMPTLY ATTENDED TO result of the reccut election Wm H Bran iff a salesman fell doad in a Chicago saloon P T Barnum tho veteran show Â¬ man died last week at hi residence in Bridgeport Conn at tho advanced age of 81 years Mrs John Oliver of Morgan county Ind committed suicide last week because of her sixteen-year-o- ld granddaughters downfall date will show from what thno you owe and you will oblige by romltting the balance be It ever so little Consumption Oared Andrew Carnegie tho millionaire Â¬ Indictments will bo found against several of the leaders of tho mob who at Â¬ tacked the parish prison and lynched the Italians at New Orleans Thomas Leonard proprietor of a Are now receiving a Fresh and Choice Stock ot shootinif gllcry at Chicago was stabbed and At Louisville recently Senator Car- Â¬ killed by an unknown man who had refused lisle was interviewed regarding references to pay a nickel for shooting to himself as a Presidential candidate He Taylor Hambley cut Joe Towneonds said Everybody knows Im not a candithroat killing him instantly near Hunts date I appreciate the high compliment To which they invite the attention of the citizens of Hazel Green and vicinity consist paid me I dont know whether the time ville Ala the result of a quarrel over 25 ing of has come Muson and Dixons line to cents Townsund owed Hambley c disappear for the Gen Horace Porter has been chosen VOICES FROM ABROAD from politics or not to deliver the oration on the occasion of the Also FARM IMPLEMENTS AND SEEDS OF ALL KINDS John W Yerkes of Danville and WBMts The Herald by the way a gentleman of considerable breaking ground on the 27th inst for the Everton Dade Co Mo V ability wus recently mentioned as a pro memorial to Gen Grant in New York April 2 1891 department is chock lull of bargains and the clothing Tho Attorney General of Indiana spcciive candidate for Governor on tho Re Editor Hazel Gheen HKBAtDr Dear OR MONEY publican ticket but he says he will not ac- says that all parsonages are subject to tuxa I EVERYTHING GUARANTEED AS REPRESENTED REFUNDED cept the nomination if tendered him Dave tiou unless forming part of the church Sir As py homo up to the last few Colson will therefore probably carry the building or immediately contiguous thereto weeks has been in your county I would like to havo The Herald You will flag of his party Lycurgus White a farmer living in Profs Pulliam and Van Leer who Fayette county Ohio owns a dog that has find Ono Dollar enclosed for which send I wish all my friends in flogged Ihe sixteen Uniyersity Btudcuts at killed 452 rats 187 mice u moles 4 ground to my address Richmond for cutting up on April 1 arc squirrels aud 8 minks during the past year that county success and may the Lord being tried before County Judge Chenault Gen Lucius J Gartrell died at his be with them for I cant as I will make for assault and battery under warrants I find that homo in Atlanta Ga lost week He was my homo hero in futuro sworn out by some of the enraged parents Missouri ia n nice country and if any at one time member of the United States AND DEALER IN The ashes of Judge Henry J Stilea Congress and also of the Confederate Con- of the rest of you want to try tho West just como ahead Wheat looks fine and of Louisville who recently died and whose gress remains were cremated in Cincinnati were William Wallace a powerful lunatic prospects for corn are good r T IM uiM mt llflrijf iJllniTu taken to Hopkinsvillc and in the presence is loose in the corridor of the jail at JefTer Yours truly of relatives were deposited in the grave of sonville Ind and no one dares to enter it And Trimmings of AH Kinds Rosa Belle ByiidI his first wife to secure him He has nearly beaten two Thinks a Great Deal of It 3ul am prepared to furnish on short notice and at low prices COFFINS OF ALL The President of the State Farmers guards to death KINDS AND SIZES from the cheapest to the very finest I can furnish coffins cheaper Alliance Hon T T Gardner is a straight Rose Hill Va April 8 1801 Miss Lizzie Rogan has been mado than you can buy the trimmings Price of Coffins from 5 up I have a fine hearse tiud Democrat and thinks the order will support an active member of the Storm Engine comMn CoorER Enclosed you will find will deliver coflins cheap the Democratic nominees for State oflioes pany at Birmingham Conn being the first Ono Dollar to pay my subscription to at least the Democratic members of the womun admitted to active service in the fire tho Hazel Green Herald My paper order department in that State haB not been coming regularly for some lYTURQTVYlVnQ My arrangements are such that I can furnish Tombstones or The State Board of Equalization ad At Lime Ridge Penn tho Silver timo last week I received no paper and 1 J ikJ Monuments from any kind of Marble or Granite and at the journed last Thursday The increase in Spring Quarry company discharged every very lowest prices Very respectfully fcc J W GRAVEN week but half of my paper came taxable property In the State over last year Italian in its employ Ever since tho lynch- Â¬ this Yours truly Harriet O Ewing is 20300000 lurking the total taxable value ing of the Italians at New Orleans the Ital This lady evidently thinks more of of the State nearly 537000000 ians had been contributing 2 weekly each The Herald than most of our readers The action of the Constitutional Con- Â¬ to the Matla fund as sho is paid up to December 25 1892 vention last week leaves the Capital at An investigating committee finds Frankfort but provides that it may be re- gross neglect and carelessness on the part Still They Came moved by a two third vote of the Legislature of Naval Constructor Feastcr Master ShipHAZEL GREEN KY Waco Mo April 8 1891 o The Blue Grass Blade Charlie Moores wright Williamson and Master Shipflttcr Mr Cooper Find enclosed One Dol aDouble and Single Turnouts and Saddle Prohibiton paper after a suspension of a Webster in repairing tho United States Horses for hire Parties oonveyed to any point few weeks will again be issued Saturday steamer Alert All have been discharged lar to renew my subscription I ama on reasonable terms little tardy but havo been too busy to and Charlie says wil come on time hereafter o Patrick Brennan aged 102 years I will also attend to all calls for auctioneering and The receipts from tho Charity ball died recently at his home in Hurley Wis go to tho office Thanks for the tobacco solicit business of this kind Respectfully Ac held at Lexington on Thursday night of last Ho had perfect health and an excellent seed Yours truly J R Cox JOHN II PIERATT week amounted to 2600 The mouey is memory Ilrennan voted the day bofore his Another Wants It for the benefit of tho Protestant Infirmary death and has a record of voting for the twenty Presidents since John Quinoy Creek Bath Co Ky Gov Buckner has fixed Wednesday last April tfJ June 10 for the execution of Len James at Adams Dear SiREnclosed please find Out Fulton tor tho murder of a man named Do Tho St Louis Globe Democrat Re-Â¬ DEALER IN Ian in 1889 We would not like toaee Dollar for which send me Thb Hxiald publican says There is no clew to thief who stole the Major secure the Presidential nomina for one year and oblige Johx A Smoupe 2500 worth of Jewelry at Fraukfort from tion until ho reforms his tariff views but if Mrs Chapman Coleman wife ot the Secre- RIaJrif should decline to run MoKinley may Haws Tklaf have as good a chance in the convention as tary of Legation at Merlin We offer One Hundred Dollars rtwaal unybady O O Goodwin a merchant at Escu was stand for any case of catarrh that Last fCarrics a complete line of Dress Goods Dry Goods Notions Boots Shoes lapia Springs has assigned to A II Parker ins on the week Jesse Oglesbywharf boat at cured by taking Hairs Catarrh tMMtU guards of the outer Curav Staple aud Fancy Groceries Drugs and Pateut Medicines to which he invites your of Vanceburg for benefit of creditors F- J it an -- vpwiV -Helena Ark He dropped a dollar pieee w Henry John and Miss Laura Greer from attention and which he will sell at the lowest prices for cash r his pocket and it was rolling to the Toledo When In search of bargains be sure and give him a call and youll save money of Freuchburg eloped and were married at outer edge of the boat- He ran to pick it We the undersigned have knof F Jeftersonvillc Ind Thursday week up but fell into the rivsr and was drowned J uieney for the last 15 years jmt At Russellville seven prisoners es before assistance oeuld reach him lieve him perfectly houorakW la all caped from Jail by cutting a bar in a winIn tho Minnesota Senate the McEale Mess transactions and ffaadallr dow Four of I hem are murderers bill prohibiting tights on the stage or the carry out auy obligations mtd by tbtff John Mont an inventor of Mt Ver Â¬ wearing of any garment whieh shews the non attended the Patent Centennial ecle nether female limb has been recommended Wjmt Tjiuax Wtakwlt rrajMish For Lodges of all kinds printed in the best style and at brotion at Washington last week to pass Its author the Chairman of the Toledo Ofclo tho lowest rates Just now wo are offering Masonic By The Frankfort people on Friday night Judiciary committee supported the bill Ih Walwh krjfXA Laws a neat little book of 20 paged 4x61 inches with a Maitar tliok last temiervd the Constitutional delegates a a speeeh which was a terrible arralgHMsat salt Drugffete Toledo QUm neat cover 100 copies prepaid by mail for only 11000 reception at the Capital Hotel of the modsni stage The ffeaate kumersti Halls Catarrh Cure is taletii In Urea IfiTThis bool contains By Laws Rules of Order Fu Â¬ Mrs Gkokok 8nydkr aged 99 years hiw ia the bill iul even added a seetfe y aotlng direetly upon tfw blood and Grave c c and all reasonable died at New HaVsn one day last week neral Services it the as follows Whoever shall d Up Jay say Im ii moral er immodest piste f sUtlaary xh Un Â¬ wueotw sttrfaoM of the system Twti- changes wi be made to suit the Lodge making the order Send for copy of the Nturalgie iting the totals ferai whelly ermvjUy nh4 moniftfe Mt fn hoek and wiaka your order now if you yant to save money Price T6e per bottle Ab4 Umm tronbtod with nsnrsiyiwt NMhlK er shall display say afure of Yenae wWwurt SoW by aJl dngkrta alTm JtM mm ee evsrwerk will b w8va r Ukmt Printing You Writ Ua for Any Klrd peuieoats skill h mAn fttlMr ff Mite T Address THE HERALD HsmI Grain Ky Vaie Tk Hkbau and b happy dew saner NEW STORE NEW GOODS was arrested and brought into court at Pitts burg for refusing to obey a summons to ap pear as a witness Rose Swango Fall Winter Goods Â¬ Â¬ Dry Goods Notions Boots Shoes Clothing An old physician retired from prac- Â¬ tice having had placed in his hands by an East India missionary the formula of a eimplo vegotnblo remedy for the speedy and permanent cure of Consumption Bronchitis Catarrh Asthma and all Throat and Lung Affections also a posi Â¬ tive and radical cure for Nervous Debil Â¬ ity and all Nervous Complaints after having tested its wonderful curativo pow Â¬ ers in thousands of cases has felt it his duty to mako it known to his suffering fellows Actuated by this motivo and a desire to relievo human suffering I will send free of charge to all who desire it this recipe in German French or Eng- Â¬ lish with full directions for preparing and using Sent by mail by addressing with stamp naming this paper W A N0YK8 820 Powers Block Rochester N Y 4yi 1 rj fi VAJ Mens Ail Wool SuitsOnly 750 Â¬ Â¬ V J 11 HAZEL GREEN KY t X Si UNDERTAKER Â¬ Hi COFFINS CASKETS Â¬ FURNITURE OF ALL KINDS REPAIRED v-H-Jkj 1 1 Â¬ Livery Sale Stable J H PIERATT I i 1 Â¬ 3 Â¬ General Merchandise HAZEL GREEN KY oakj3y irT 8WAWSS of Flat alM -- i 1 aj f Â¬ ohrnev Pi miS A - Â¬ -- Â¬ Nd Jfrrn -- L M H t 1 r 1 a LJ P gAiAtifaJA r - vz -- wmm aiMMttTrrTMWBffiiTTilrr Vmtikit MmrimiaBRitmam w MJffBmr msrm n K 1 mpmt jcwm WKRtBtomtifmammmmmmmmmmm till HIM HlllMUMIIIIH W Sifll W JR ill- ft I Brf ll HP f 1 iflfp K Mi I IKK Iff IT- fv IJ I ft fe I I I 4 s tBV if Vl - V tv3 J S iity WMWawWWWMMIMlMBiM Vho ato you AVliilo no were talking McKcecamo I doniandod Jonos loft mo but not A company Only Jones jist Capn Jonos of tho ficor who told mo hotill another of into camp aooniingly much oxciled I tho was actlnir guard stripe of infantry of to homo U introduced lilm to Colonel Wolford Eighth Tdxas said tho Confodorato was detailed tuko the division provost marshal appeared SPXKOER COOPER - Editor and without waiting to bo questioned And you will parolo mo prisoners on to Bristol at which point Tho provost marshal took my name it was said wo i ho said Tho man shook his head till tho long should find rank and regiment and thon asked for port tho officers to Llbbycars to trans Â¬ HAZEL GREEN KY Thars a camp of tho Partisan Hang black hair seemed to stand on ond thon tho United States property in and tho en my pos listed men to Hollo Islo - April 17 1891 ore with bout twenty men in hit back ho said slowly and solomniy tfniDAY I pointed Wo cant do It thar aint any moro session when I was captured in tho hills not moron a hours ride I havo often wanted to forgot tho to tho dead horso to tho sword and bolt parolin or exohangln mores the pity m off hardships of that march and our painful Youvo got to go through and lying on tho ground and said Tho Colonel questioned tho old man for us journey to Richmond Captain Jones thoughtfully took Into my memory On but it is burned and all his answers woro clear and board at our hotol a bit the way I tried to chargo of all my porsonal property and comfort myself Libby prompt with tho hopo that loft mo his boots and hat as an evidence Wharton had forgotten his Yes Watts youre moro interested in threat or of his affection Woll 1 saldwfth an ofTort at laugh those infernal Partisans than I am how that it would bo lost sight of in tho I had put on Jones dilapidated foot- Â¬ many wondyouliko to go over and gobble tor Ill find lots of good mon thoro gear in tho meantime and was ready but I transfers from guard to guard em asked tho Colonel So you will Capn but would you was doomed to disappointment for any disposition thoy choso to make destined to be Nothing could suit me hotter I re let mo ax you a fow quostions held as a hostage for tho of mo 1 replied Jo on plied adding that is if McKco will man whoso Hfo I had been so eagor to Wo aro moving rapidly oxplainod save You wear now boots guide mo the provost marshal and youll find It MoICco promptly consented Yes and CONTINUKD NKXT WKKK mighty hard keeping up on foot Now within twenty minutes I was riding for What size Eights but a slzo too largo I said if youll givo mo your parolo not to at- Â¬ tho hills at tho head of forty of my own mou Thats a most providential coinci- Â¬ tempt to escapo whilo youro in my TQlt W W JUSTICE dence said Captain Jones of tho chargo Ill mount you and lot you stay D E Eighth Texas CHAPTEK VIII I wear that slzo my Â¬ back with tho wagons What do you say MoICee proved to be a man of unusual self Oillce on Fairfax Street 4 Doors Below I said yos A Love signed tho parolo and Indood Intelligence Acting under his advice Roes House was at onco led ovor tho hill to whero a Yos Indocdy and yod bottor srit un and guidance I succeeded in surround dozon or moro army wagons woro WINCHESTER KY Jyly ing and surprising tho Partisan Hang aforo Wharton comos along for bos ers Wo swept into their camp without nigh barofoot and thats his sizo nY MAJ0 AIrilKl II CALHOUN TJR J A TAULBKB encountering any pickets and the men too Now old feller Im not gwln to Qpte many of them old friends and acquaint rob you of your boots but Im bilged to ances surrondorod without firing a nave em and Ill pay you thar full prico CONTINUED Let mo bootjack you shot Hazel Green Wolfe County Hefore I could ask for an explanation Among tho prisoners was a sergeant cirAPTBii vir KENTUCKY Captain Jones backod up seized my foot Aim Knowledge- mat tuo enemy was named Hums from Lexington indocd alternately hetwoen his thighs and all about us kopt Arnold and myself ho was in command and him I ques TSAAC W KOSE whii tno pickets alt niglit As a matter tioned at onco as to tho whereabouts of jerked off my boots and with equal ra of precaution wo extinguished the camp Frank lirent at the time John Harding pidity ho throw off his own worn foot- Â¬ Attorney-at-La- w fires and throw up a breastwork about was murdored Hums corroborated tho gear and assumed mino You kinder think Im goln through tho inclosuro whero tho horses and condomnod mans story and this before MAYTOWN KY wagon mules were feeding It was half I told him of my reasons for making tho you bad said Jonos looking down at Will practice iu the Courts of Morgan ami his feet with an oxpression of great satpast throo in tho morning and I was inquiry Wolfe counties Special attention to collecisfaction I noticed that MeKeo did not ad tions and returns promptly made with tho pickets to tho southwest of tho You aro playing tho part of robbor camp whon from tho direction of vanco with iw on tho Confederate camp without any risk I said Knoxvillo I heard tho boat of hoofs but paid no heed to It at tho time B MAY Soe bar Captain Watts I aint no Whilo I was talking to Ilurnsl heard coming on at a walk and tho unmlstalc 1 need theso and othor Ktftsr - a ibmCftiWai ablo olattor of chains and scabbards shouts followed by tho rattle of car- damn thiof a Attorney-at-La- w If 1 didnt everj Soon tho black forms of horsemen liko bines and springing to my feet I saw things so I took ora ILL SKK THAT YOUH NECK IS STItETCHEI MAYTOWN KY spectral silhouottos como to light tho rim of tho valley swarming with infernal home guard from horo to Rich- Â¬ mond would go through you Toll mo drawn up on tho road noro I was glvon Will practice in the Courts of Morgan and against tho stars If theso woro Con- Â¬ gray coated horsemen Wolfe With my field glass I quickly swept the prico of your boots pants and over- Â¬ a horso that had been riddon by ono of lectionscounties Special attention to col federates I reasoned that they oithor had and returns promptly made thoboldnossofgroatstrongth or else they tho surrounding hills and I saw Mo coat as woll as any groonbacks youvo my mon that morning and soon after got about you and Ill make a cloan tho wagons startod oh In a hurry wcro not awaro of their proximity to a Kee with tho oncoming troops Feeling F BYHD Straight for tho purple lino of moun- Â¬ Union forco When tho foremost horse Â¬ that I had been tricked and betrayed I swap for Confod greenbacks 1 subsequently loarncd that Jonos was tains looming up through tho clouds to determined to got out of it as best I man came within hall I shouted ATTOTVFV AT LAW could With tho instinct that comes of the champion poker player of Wheolors tho east we marched Now and thon Halt who goos thoro CMIPTON KY In tho unmistakable accont of tho oxperienco with such situations my Cavalry Corps and this accounted for whon tho road wound ovor a hill I the Courts of Wolfe and Cumberland mountains tho answer men flung thomsolves Into thoir saddlos the largo amount of monoy he had stuck could soo tho dark figures of swarming Will practice In his pockets and ovon In tho lining of horsemen and it needed no field glass adjoining counties and waited for mo to move Special attention to cumo to assuro mo that thoy wero my own collections and furnishing abstract of titles It was a brigado and not a rogimont his clothes Mobbo frionds and mobbo foes Who that surroundod mo shouting Sur Â¬ Ho pulled out groat wads of bills and poople tho blazos aroyou Horo and there sllvory puffs of smoke T T STEELE DiBmpunt and advanco ono at a render surrondorl you damned Yankoo said Pay yourself olo foller and dont bo Indicated skirmishing and told how tlmo I commanded as tho dark horse sons of guns tho Confederates swept too d d bashful but thon youre a close tho opposing linos wero at points ATTORNEY AT LAW men appeared to riso from tho ground down liko an avalanche I know that our oscapo depended on Yank and thar aint no uso givirg you whilo during tho day and at Irregular all about mo West Liherty Ky As tho strangors did not show a dis our horses rathor than on tho weakness any advico Its too bad that mar got intervals the deep booming of guns Ho com Â¬ camo up from tho direction of Knox- Â¬ position to comply I was about to glvo of any part of tho oncoming line so I plunked sho was a boauty Will practice in the counties of Elliott pressed his lips and nodded at my dead villo tho ordor to flro whon a voico that had a spurred to tho front shouted Chargo Morgan Magoflin Menefee and Wolfe As night camo on the rain poured down and faced the depression through which thoroughbred familiar ring in it called out i Without counting tho monoy 1 took in torrents no unusual oxperienco with a crook ilowed out of tho valloy Hollo thar is that Harry Watts T F SUTTON Quicker than I can record tho act tho a bunch of tho gray and bluo backs mo but as I had no overcoat and was de Who Thats my namo I ropliod Â¬ Confederates In our front rolnod In and Jones handed me and said contemptu pressed by what I felt to be tho humili- Â¬ aro you BEATTYVILLE KY ation of my situation I suffered from Wolfords Fiwt Kaintuck A flghtin flung thomsolvos from tho saddle and ously I may find this stuff useful Captain tho cold and discomfort as never before REAL ESTATE AND COLLECTING fob tho Guvmont by goshl cauio tho tho noxt Instant Whartons Texas Rangors oponod on us with carbine Colt but It Isnt vory protty thrilling reply AGENT It was an hour after dark beforo we Waal shouted Jones as ho stuck wont into camp and another hour boforpt and shotgun and rldorloss horsos wont Is that you Ford -- Collection and remittances promptly tho remainder of tho wad Into his breast flros woro lit snorting and plunging past mo Tho old sorgeant who made Correspondence solicited Taint no ono olso Ill allow tho money aint acted as my guard was an Irishman Ilraver mon novor sat a saddlo than pocket And Wolford purty hue tho man that despises It is a and had boon in tho regular army in Holl bo up shortly with tho rog theso samo Toxans but in a score of HOUSE mont Thundorl woro out huntln fights with thorn slnco Shllehs bloody fool Let mo givo you a bit of advico Texas whon tho war broko out I had Hazel Green Ky Hrents damn partisans and thought Hold I had novor known them to stand my son for youro goin to bo with us talked with Pholin during tho day and Mas LOU DAY Proprietress tho sabor and my men handled tho some time Paper is mighty valuable in was not a llttlo surprised to find him an wod jumpod om This house has been recently refitted and tho Confederacy and when ovor you come out and out Confederate with un refurnished and the table is at all times sup Tho speaker throw himself from his saber as a vacquero handles a whip Tho fright of surpriso was ovor I acrost a pleco thats got tho pectur of a bounded faith in tho outcomo of the plied with the best in the market Itates horso and running up I found myself Â¬ cast a quick glanco back at my gallant locomotive or a Woman onto It thems causo with which he was associated and reasonable Sample room attached and spe in tho arms of my gallant friend Cap tain Ford of tho famous First Ken Â¬ followers and I felt my soul leaping to two of the d st fastest things in crea- tho profoundest contempt for tho Yan Â¬ cial rates to commercial men Patronage is respectfully solicited aGly tucky Cavalry or calvary as half tho my oyes as I caught tho gloam of up tion freezo onto it thats monoy kee I subsequently found the Captain was raised swords and saw tho gloriilod bat Â¬ men called themsolvos Rut Pholin liko many of his com right in all his representations Hoforo daylight tho wholo roglment tle light on their faces patriots -- to tno manor oorn naa a QOMBS HOUSE Hurrah We struck thorn and thoy warm heart under a rough oxtorior was up but instoad of advancing on ono CHAPTER IX OAMPTON KY Soon after tho flros woro started ho line thoy swarmod in from every point broke from tho front and scattered to During this talk with Jones his men tho right and loft brought mo somo corn bread and bacon of tho compass had romovod tho equipments from my S S COMIJS Pkopiuetor A few seconds of flashing swords and horso and somo of thom wero search Â¬ and then found mo a placo of sholtor Colonel Wolford was at this tlmo in The patronage of the traveling public is command of tho brigndo to which my crashing small arms A few seconds of ing my saddle bags In which was the from tho rain in ono of tho wagons in respectfully solicited Table the best and regiment was attaohod So as soon as unutterablo joy tho ilorco barbarous evidence I had so far obtained In favor which ho proposed to spend tho night every attention for the comfort of guests A of Frank Hrent himself ho appoared I roported formally and joy novor felt outside of a charge If wo only had a littlo monoy bo C1RED KELLAM ovor my command with a groat bluo wavo crested with steel swept past turned I was abdut to toll tho Confederate A sudden wonder why I was not mo twoon us explained Pholin as ho aonso of rollof Captain tho condomnod mans story WITH Then and till this hour Frank Wol- Â¬ borno on by its forco and thon with a whon a tall slonder man with the stars threw himself on a pilo of corn sacks I know whero I could got ford has boon my boau idoal of a scout human groun my horso fell and I was of a Major Genoral on his gray collar besldo mo S something that d keep out tho cold bet Â¬ and loader of Irregular horso and if strodo into tho group surrounding mo thoro ovor was a bravor moro ubiquit- Â¬ The reddish hair and beard tho high tor nor a overcoat What is it I asked ous or moro irregular body of cavalry thin and much freckled noso and abovo Whisky PORTSMOUTH O ap8ly ho whispered Ono of in tho world than that same splendid all tho keen steoly gray oyes told mo tho teamsters has a two gallon jug that First Kontuoky history has failed to that tho nowcomor was no ordinary ho shtolo last night from a glnral otll CHARLEY SHIVELY mention it person cor an holl sell a quart chapo WITH Although a typical Kontuoky mount Â¬ General Wharton this is Captain How cheap Â¬ Watt said Jones by way of Introducaineer Frank Wolford always Impressed Co Its worth Its weight In solid goold a tion mo as a fine typo of tho Puritan horso night liko this but bos only axlntwln man a rough ridor of Cromwolls ora Tho loador of tho Toxan Rangors LOUISVILLE KY bowed stlfily and I acknowledged the sal ty dollars tho bottlo ropliod Pholin living two conturlos after his time In f lW t il il J WHM tkl utation In tho samo way Ho was about I drew a ono hundred dollar bill from tho prime of lifo of medium height fcsfcWjS Brauchof Philadelphia ap2rly strong as a bull tiroless as tho wind to question mo whon his koon oyes foil tho wad obtained from Captain Jones and told tho sorgeant to buy tho whis Â¬ Tk on tho papers tho man had taken from iJfJs stubborn and sot in all his opinions QUJSENBERRY my saddle bags and in an instant thoy ky and keop tho balanco an arrange- Â¬ rjHARLEY with tho oyoof a hawk and tho foarloss WITH ment that gavo him an immedlato re Â¬ WAS IINNKD TO TUB EAUTII were in his hands ness of a tiger ho was just tho man to spect for at least ono Yankoo I could soo from tho expression of load that wondorful band of horsomon ilnnod to tho oarth whilo Although a Kontuckian I oared noth- Â¬ Ho was ono of thorn he drossed and ato of my gallant boys dashed tho remnant Whartons faco that ho was becoming boyond tho oxcited as ing for whisky had novor wot my lips ho read Suddenly ho strodo as thoy did Ho called his oillcors and roach of tho foo with it beforo tho war nor tasted it a up and said florcoly mon by thoir Christian namos and oven Iiy Heavonsl that was fino and Im dozon times sinco but I swear it did me yl8ly LEXINGTON KY I seo Captain Hrent is a prisoner and tho buglors addrossod him as Frank almost sorry you didnt make it good that night and it might havo had I novor hoard a man whoso oaths condomnod to death by jour people With tho feollng of a man rudoly tho samo effect on Pholin had ho not aoundod loss liko profanity Ho walked arousod from sleep I looked up and saw K FORD I tried to explain tho unfortunato folt that it was his duty to drink whilo with a limp tho result of a wound and a long haired blaok boardod man bond Â¬ mans situation and my connection with thoro was a drop loft and then to go off WITH It was said that his mon from love and ing over mo whilo a half dozen mon in it but Wharton would not hoar mo out howling liko a maniac through tho camp Co sympathy limped also faded gray uniforms woro rolling olT tho Ho ground his heels into tho oarth and till tho provost marshal bucked and hissed CLOTHING In addition to his own rogimont doad horso that hold mo to tho oarth gagged him and left him to cool off in WHOLESALE Uy G Colonol Wolford had with him four sir hanging is a game tho rain Tho man who had spokon helped mo 109 W THIRD STREET squadrons of tho Elovonth Kontuoky to my foot and thon with a foolinir of two can play at Burnsldo hung two of I novor saw tho sergeant again I 31ly CINCINNATI and bo said that Major Ilrown was near awful humiliation I slipped tho knot our people up thoro In Kontuoky and was sloeplng soundly about an hour be of tho Sovonth from my wrist and lot my sword fall to two Yankoo Captains aro now awaiting foro day when a hoarso volco shouted by with throo hundred H BENNETT Pennsylvania tho ground and I wondored why somo death In Llbby Prison Ill tako this into tho wagon WITH about of tho mon crowding about mo did not thing irt chargo mysdlf and Ill seo to During breakfast I told him Turn out thar tho prizners Is goln CO pick tho blado up but it romalnod un- It that your nook is strotched if thoy to bo sont ahead Frank Hrent and ho replied joniusiis of oxoouto Captain llront I reckon that follow aint lying this touched whilo I was thoro Fooling stiff and soro from tho cold Ruruing with indignation at this and tho fall of tho day boforo I crept Hats Caps Gloves Straw Goods Waal Capn Watts you did yor lovol tlmo Hut tho othor side havo hung lotsofbottor Union mon why should best but yor playod a losing gamo said treatmont I tried to oxplaln what I had out and was lod ovor to a flro about AND you botbor tho long hairod man as ho led mo to a dono to save Frank llront but with an which woro standing forty or fifty mon S2 N Paint St UMBRELLAS CHILLItOTHi O insulting sneer tho Toxan turned and in bluo uniforms and ono otllcor CapI frankly told him tho secret of my rock and Torcod mo to sit down How do you know my namo interest and repeated tho promlsol had I loft mo tain Dawson who had been in command VORIS mafto General Hoylo and tho condomnod Its a bit tough Ill allow said of a band of Union mon recruited in tho asked Representing maM Waal thats tollin but wo camo Jonos but wars war and tho man that adjacont mountains of North Carolina Colonel but ovor bar to gobble you sorry tho crowd oxpeots to find any kld glovo otlquotto HI help you said tho Theso mon had boon captured in tho M CO yoqU allow its a bit atrango to soe ono didnt stick by you but thats just liko or ball room mannors in tho field is skirmishing of tho day boforo and as LOUISVILLE KY dnlniu anlil Mm 1M rrtia I mil Minnnihlin bound to bo badly disappointed uUl n uimsoii to itSVtt ovjvi uw w orourwooi thoy woro without blankots or ovorcoats tcwfcu Headquarters Mt Sterling Ky where With thb bit of philosophy Captain thoy suffored intensely from tho cold luugu HpfcaWWr JSOW complete Hue of samples ma bo heeu Vkj 1 HW yv WVW i I jt rwWKtJ WJiJtm fJ yAHF YiV L7W 1 y S Giusasr Herald 1111 3m li Â¬ Â¬ t Â¬ JlttiiiiillJ Story of and War NTIST Â¬ ana Physician and Surgeon Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ -- E J Â¬ DA Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ M TIMMONDS Wholesale Grocers I J Julius Louchheim Wholesale Clothing -- w Louis Gus Straus LEADING CLOTHIERS S Mack Stadler Â¬ Â¬ YANKIE SEIP J Â¬ a y ltr J JE I ROBINSON irtunr ia J 1 JK u o a 0 It COL JOHN O HODGES H Honor To Whom Honor U lino Among tho many diatinguiahecl Ken tuckiiuiB who have rendered faithful nud cilicicnt Borvico to their mother may bo mentioned tho subject of this brief Ho was born in Cynthiana Ky Hkctch December 17 1882 His early lifo wrfs npcit on his fathers farm which after Â¬ a thorough preparation by a privato tutor he left to enter upon a full course of Htudy nt Centre College Danville Ky from which he graduated in June 1855 Tho Class of 55 may be justly proud of its record both in and OUT of College Many of its members as will be seen from tho following partial list have not only become distinguished but illustri ous Gov T T Crittenden now of Missouri Hon W C P Breckinridge National House of Representatives Hon Boyd Winchester ex Consul of United States at Berne Switzerland Hon T Z Morrow ex Judge Hon John Young Brown ex member National House of Representatives Revs Messrs H II Allen H M Scudder and William George In I860 Mr Hodges was unanimously elected Secretary of Lexington School Board which position he filled for 7 years During that without any compensation year he visited New York City nt his own expense and upon his return o organized the Lexington schools taking the New York plan as his model For Hiich service the city of Lexington now pays at the rate of 1500 per annum Mr Hodges severed his connection with the schools of Lexington in 1870 but in the year 1880 he was again called to the position of Superintendent which lie held for eigjit years During this time the attendance of the schools was increased three fold and four modern and well equipped school houses were Â¬ tho Mississippi river to and including nil Eastern Kentucky suffered in their school interests immensely throughout tho en tiro desolation of the war They were tho debatable ground of tho State and as such suffered moro severely than the more fortunate counties to the north of Vor have their school interests them yet recovered Fivo thousand dollars to each of those counties as to all others in the State to be supplemented by local public spirit would erect and equip a first class academy building that would bo an honor to the county and a stimulus to every youth in that section Thero is scarcely any limit to the educational possibilities of 119 such institutions in the State nor is there any possible way of estimating the vast benefits to ariso from them in the future in tho way of promoting public intelligence and good Ashland Park Stallions for 1891 BERMUDA d four-year-ol- erected When he took upon himself the duties of Superintendent he conceived the idea that his work would be materially aided by the establishment of a weekly paper for the dissemination of such literature as would emphasize the necessity of pop- Â¬ ular education The Lexington Observer then began its dutious service which has not only produced much fruit in Lexington but throughout the Blue Grass region also Â¬ In 1889 the material prosperity of the State was the absorbing question before the people but Mr Hodges still true to faith in popular education resolved that lie would do what he could to lead the people into proper channels of thought upon that most vital subject So he discontinued the publication of the Obser- Â¬ ver and in lieu thereof he launched the Kentucky Trades Journal upon its mis- Â¬ sion He only changed the point from which he began his argument according to which he ever labors to show the su- Â¬ periority of mind over matter that the true glory of the State lies not in its material wealth but in its intelligent and virtuous citizens Mr Hodges has been a member of the Kentucky State Board of Education for nearly ten years He has rendered the Stato faithful and efficient service in this capacity and that without any com- Â¬ pensation No true lover of his State can bo made acquainted with these facts of unselfish devotion without realizing that ho owes a debt of gratitude to the one who thus exercises himself in promoting its best W in The Educational interests Courant Help for Public KdticiUIon The Constitutional Convention should provide for the use of all public money received from the general government for losses during tho war by stipulating that all such shall bo given to the counties of tho State for use in the building and equipment of school houses Tho educational interests of the State suffered more during that time than any other ono intorest and proportionately than all other interests combined Moro school houses of all grades from the college building to tho one room log school house were occupied used and destroy- Â¬ ed than any other ono class of buildings and greater moral and mental devasta- Â¬ Tho six hun- Â¬ tion resulted therefrom dred and odd thousand dollars the Stato is now about to receive would build and equip a good brick academy in every county seat in the State This would serve as tho head of tho public school system of that county and greatly pro molo the organization of a State system of an ascending series terminating in a great State University like that of Vir- Â¬ ginia Michigan and several other pro- Â¬ gressive and wiso old Commonwealths The eighty two counties that lio along the southern border of the State from Â¬ citizenship What do you say gentlemen of the Constitutional Convention to this sug Â¬ gestion While the aisles and corridors of the Stato House arc ringing with elo- Â¬ quent appeals for the civil and religious liberty of the people can you not with your strong arms lay this great corner- Â¬ stone in the temple to public education that will live longer in the hearts of your constituents and promote the material and moral welfare of their posterity to a greater extent than any other one Give the risenactment of the session ing genciation this one direct palpable evidence of your friendship and they and their children after them will rise up to call you blessed Kentucky Trades Journal Protect Your Health Cold and moisture combined have a torjiorizing effect upon the bodily organs and the digestive and secretive processes are apt to be more tardily performed in winter than in the fall The same is true also of the excretory functions The bowels are often sluggish and the pores of the skin throw off but little waste matter at this season The system there- Â¬ fore requires opening up a little and also purifying and regulating and the safest surest and most thorough tonic and alterative that can be used for these purposes ijSl lostetters Stomach Bitters Persons who wish to escape the rheumatic twinges the dyspeptic agonies the painful disturbances of the bowels the bilious attacks and the nervous visitations so common at this time of the year will do well to reinforce their sys tems with this renowned vegetable Btom achic and invigorant It improves the appetite strengthens the stomach cheers the spirits and renovates the whole phys- Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Yearling exhibition 239 224 M record 229 tf record 222 five third hent fourth hent year old 220 trial 217 Muck horse 15 hands 3 inches high ford- Â¬ ed June 15 1883 Bred nt Ashland Park Sired by BANKER 4M4 Own brother to Lysondcr siro of Lvsandor William Kearney Watt 22 Bov 220 Lysandcr Chief 10 10 250 First dam Paltic lntchcn trial 238 grnndnin of Chestnut Wilkes 229 hy Mnmbrino Putohon sire of tho dnins of Guy Wilkes EL 2lrX Astral 218 Rosa Wilkes 218K and vim 218 Ji Cleora 218 tf Hour 217 29 others in tho 230 list Second dmn Mnndy by Stanhopes Blood Hawk sire of dam of Aliuont 227M nnd Aloy Wilkes 220jtf Third dmn Pattie by Downings Vermont sire of the dmn of Enigma 220 Mnmbrino Bruce 240xi sire of Kit Curry 218J4 Hell Wilson 225 Gills Vermont sire of Bon ner llov 223 nnd sire of the dams of Abel Nelly L 224K Col Brndshnw 220 223Gnmbcttii 220 Tho Kl ng 229K Outlaw 22Uj Pearl 230 Fourth dnm Jesse by Thomas Jefferson He is n benutifuf black with right hind ankle white stands 15 hands high and is a perfect horse nil over having both bono nnd substance combined with the form and finish characteristic of tlie cross ho so well represents viz Humbletouinn sire nnd Mnm brino Patehen dnm This cross stands as the very best because public performances have demonstrated its vnluo Of its many rcpre Mcutntives not one is the superior of Rcrmu dn for not one has demonstrated the same ability to train on from year to year begin ning in the yearling form none are better bred or better looking Asa sire he is of course untried his first eolts being foaled in 1889 now yearlings Judged nt this age no stallion ever sired more uniform natural gaited colts with speed unprecedented He will stand for marcs season of 1891 at 200 TO INSURE the 100 at the money to be paid ns follows time of service and the other 100 when the marc proves in foal Being limited to 30 out side mares parties wishing to breed to him had better book their mares early d ld 5874 FtfETTE twoycnrold 3 WILKES WEST CLOUD 5105 31 18S1 203 Trial Oct 0 18S0 223M liny horse 15 hands Out of tho dam of Black ClomT 217 his siro out of tho dnm of Wilson 21 OK Bay horso foaled March inches high foul 1 ed May 3 1878 Tho handsomest son of his great sire nnd tho handsomest of Ashland Park Bred at Sired by ABDALLAH WEST any trotting bred horse in the United States 8lro of Wilkin 227 First dnm tho dnm of Black Cloud 2l7K by Pilot Wnlkcr pnecr Second dnm tho Cluke paolng mare mi Â¬ West 1st dnm Miss Coons dam of Wilson 210k by CInrk Chief 2d dam Ohio by Guy Wilkes American Clay 3d dam brought from Ohio Slro of Harry Wilkes 213 Wil and represented to bo by Browns Dcllfoun Mike Wilkes pacer 215 215Ji son 2QM So So 217M Wilcox pacer dor Abdullah West died at six years old Ho was the most promising colt ever bred Hosn Wilkes 21 8 Wilton 219 Â¬ Sired by George Wilkes 222 Notk Abdullah West 2583 by AM 5 Joe Hunker 2194 Flora Wilkes pacer 2 19 Tom Hogers 220 etc two-year-o- 2Wt - Â¬ First dam Sally Hamlet winner of Hamlet Stakes in 1S75 by Hamlet A V Pantlind sire of Lorettn F 218 Lady M 223 220K Truro pneer 222 Leontlno 223i Hrooksido Flora 229 una Cyclone the dams of Thornlcss 218 223 W GraubvJ254 Graceful 225 pj and Hamletta 22t Cap Second dam Sal dam of Coarser 22J tain Clay Driftwood nnd grnndam of Marlowe paecr 215 by Canada Chief sire of dams of Governor 230 and Joe Hook etc er sire of Maud Maccy 217 Â¬ Â¬ Third dam the dam of Snfe that produced Blanche 22rK by imii Yorksliiio sire ot dam ot Ashland Unlet sire ot Ulnek Cloud 21 Fourth dam by Woodpecker thoroughbred ten miles in 2808 sire of Prince 227 r Â¬ Tho fee of Favette Wilkes Is within the reach of all nud lower than that of any of00 THEorSEASON money duo at timo service before removal of mure The horse of equal merit in Kentucky usual return privilege Is given to return mare in 1892 should she not get in foal SEASON SIOO West Cloud is u rich innliogany bay 15 hands 2 inches with black nmno and tall nnd black legs extending above knees nnd hocks He is a power Ailly built horso for his height and has the most finished net of feet and legs its possible to get on a horso of any breed As n ho gave evidence of being possessed of remarkable speed ns with little handling ho trotted a half mile in J18 1 5 nnd miles in his work in 210 At three years old hu wns not trained owing to a vory severe attack of piuk oo Ho also done no work on tho As a track as n he was Jogged and trained lightly more for tin purpose of ascertaining if he was entire ly recovered than with a view of testing his speed In n few months ho trotted n full milu in 238 and half in 115 This season 1890 he served a few mures of my own and was not put to work until September nnd his improvement was most remarkable Ho repeatedly trotted halves in 110 and I am fully convinced he will with a seasons train Â¬ ing trot in 220 I will let him servo 20 mares season of 1891 outside of ton of my own at two-year-o- ld four-year-ol- d five-year-o- ld Mares bred by the tor sale high bred colti sale nt ttriccs based on catalogues which can season not proving in foal have the usual privilege of return I breed sound highly finished trotters nnd linvo and fillies out of producing dams byI a greater number of prominent sires than any farm in tho land For J actual individual merit for iiiriiier luiormauou see B J TREACY Ashland Park Lexington Ky Mares kept at regular rates be had on application a 1 - 4jOB9fr AT THIS OFFICE NOTEIIEADS LETTERHEADS BILLHEADS STATEMENTS SALE BILLS MINUTES Official Directory of Wolfe County CIRCUIT COURT II C Lilly Jinltfe Meets second Mon day in January and July I I Mnrrs Commonwealths Attorney A vmiLlm Jrustee ot jury 1innl W F Elkins lerk of Circuit and Com- Â¬ 1 Â¬ mon Picas Court J F Vunsiuit Deputy Clerk S II Â¬ Â¬ COMMON PLEAS COURT Patriek Judge Meets 2nd Monday in February and August A T Combs MiiHtcr CommiHHloner d 1V COUNTY COURT S M X Any and everything at the lowest prices each month ique A Card Â¬ Camftok Ky April 6 1891 Editou Hkuald Tho report being current throughout tho county that I have been implicated in some housebreaking that was done in the town of Campton some time ago also that I be- Â¬ longed to a band of burglars was arrested and tried In justice to myself I desire to say through the columns of your paper that the report is false and its author a mischief maker and a liar No warrant has ever been issued no ar- Â¬ rest made and no trial had in tho case so far as I am concerned Other parties were arrested and tried before an examining conrt for tho same offense without my name being before the court in any way whatever Â¬ Â¬ Tutt Judge Meets 1st Monday in Quarterly Court Tuesday after 1st Monday in March June September and con tie earned at our Mitt llntofwnrk tailUlr mil honorable by Ihotc of December either rc rounffor old and In thelt Joseph O LvkiiiH County Attorney oren localltlewhrreer lliejr Mr A nr Court Clerk James U Hollon ona ran do tha rork Eatrto Iram We furnlih frfrythlnir Wr iAtt lou Norlik Icu can dtrole C C Ilnnks Sheriff your apore momenta or all your time lo the work Thli la an T F Stumper Jailer entirely new Irailnml brine onderful inrceit lo eeery wntker u penxeraamiupwann Iiririiiiier are earning irom nt lo II N Hortoi School Superintendent you the em and more aflrra littla ettirrlrnct We ran funilih A V frOO m MMtT ill Jr frO4C J hJ JU MONEY plnrmrnt and leach you lltKK lofurinatlon KUKH F T W No z inure to eiplln here Tull Al UtStA BA1NK J F Pelfrey Cormier W 0 W Crewey Assessor G II Lacy Surveyor This combined young stallion will mako the season of 1801 at our stables in Hazel Green Ky and will serve mares at TEN DOLLAltS 10 TO 1NSUBK A LIVING COLT money duo when the ware foals with a lieu on the colt until tho money is paid or if tho maro is parted with or bred to another horse thu monuy is then due Â¬ FROM 2fi to 50 CENTS ON EVERY DistrietNo 1 S P Murphy Wednesday DOLLAR YOU SPEND If so write nfftr 2nd Monday In March June Septem 11 ber nnd Landrum triday fou ouk Illustrated Catalogue after 3rdDecember in AMarch June Septem Monday prices containing illustrations anl U6TD0 YOU WANT TO SAVE JUSTICES OF THE PEACE Â¬ Dkhormticn and Pkdiurbk GOLD DUST is 0 years old tho 28th day of May lflU 10 hands high a beautiful chestnut with star and white hind feet beautiful mane and tail His power stylo and action arc unsurpassed Ho was sired by Senator Blnekburn he bv Dillard Dud ley he by John Dillard tho grandsiro of Phil Thompson record 210s Krio McCloud and Nick with records better than 225 Ills dam was sired by the Phillips horse the sire of Blue Jeans he by Gen Taylor e Also at the same stables will be found the elegantly bred young trotting stallion r m Â¬ of everything manufactured in the United States at manufactur 10000 illustrations ers prices all lines represented catalogue mailed free on application CHICAGO GENERAL SUPPLY CC No 178 West Van Buren St CHICAGO ILL ber and December Â¬ Address District No 2 A F Johnson Thursday after 2nd Monday in March June Septem ber and December J II Vest Saturday after Jrd Monday in March June September and Dcscmber Â¬ Â¬ District No 3 W B Duff Friday after 2nd Monday in March June September and December L M Brown 1th Monday in March June September and December DistrietNo 4 Â¬ Very respectfully yours John T Coons We the undersigned certify that the above statement made by John T Coons is true G W Drake D S W C S M tj - a sa II ill 1 1 fig J T F Stamper Jailer W C Jas P Hall M L C I know that there has beon no warrant issued nor trial had against John T Coons on charges above in Wolfe county nor elsowhere to my knowledge Jos C Lykins Co Atty W 0 To Nervous Dubllltnted Men send us your address wo will mail you our illustrated pamphlet B Hollon C C Hankb S W C W F Elkins Cleik S D Shackelford Tutt Judge ls rs m to Z S-- g- a x s w P It Lcgg Saturday after 2nd Monday in March June September and December Isaiah Spencer Tuesday who will serve a limited number of a after Itli Monday in Marcli June Septem mares at 10 TO INSUBK A LIVIN COLT ber and December on tho same terms as above Â¬ I Post Boy Jr fiT i i c r it fS to -- g g o rHajH a v W District No 6 Preston Hollon 3rd Mon Dkhciiiption and Pkdiorur day in March June September and December David Hanks Frldayafter 1st Monday POST BOY JR was sired by Post Boy in March June September and December record 213 ho by Magic siro of Clcmmle O District No C S 8 Boso Tuesday after Ac 215 Alico Stoner 224 Mystery 220 Strathf 3rd Monday in March June September and more dam Molllo Emery sired by Tucker sire of Santa Clans December M K Ollair Saturday after 210 Cricket 210 Adonis 217 2111 81ml 1st Monday in March June September and colon 210 Sistor V2184 Hummer 210 Â¬ December Charles Derby 220 Faustina 220 Bon nie and District No 7 KliaH 8hookcy Wednes a Wilmore222M Bhuoberry 221 number of others in tho 280 list POST day after 3rd Monday in Marcli June Sep BOY JR Is a beautiful chestnut with no tember and December It G Itoso 2nd Monday in Marcli June September and De- - marks 0 years old May 15th 1801 15 hands 3 inches high nnd gives promise of being comber heard from in thu luturo among trotters District No 8 J M Burton Thursday Any ono who Is familiar with Sidnors Post after 3rd Monday in March June Septem Boy will readily recognize Post Boy Jr And last but not least will be round At ber and December W II Viuiclcave Tues day after 2nd Monday in March June Sep- tho sumo stubles tho well known and highly appreciated Jack tember and December Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ If you will 5 3 I 3 - 2 explaining nil about Dr Dyos Celebra Â¬ ted Electro Voltaic Belt and Appliances and their charming effects upon the ner- Â¬ vous debilitated system and how they will quickly restore you to vigor and Pamphlet freo manhood health If afllicted we will Bend you you are thus Belt and Appliances on a trial Voltaic Belt Co MarshallMich A Novur Falling Kemeily Mkgrimine tho only permanent euro for all forms of headache and neuralgia relieves the pain in from 15 to 20 min- Â¬ utes For sale on positive guarnntco at The Herald office or sent postpaid by mail on receipt of price 50 cents a box CAMPTON POLICE COURT Dr J II Stamper Judge Court third Monday in each mouth J P Hull Marshal AlatAAaLiAAAi4AatiAAAlAAi i POLICE COURT who will servo marcs At 10 TO INUKK D S Godsoy Judge Court Friday after A MVittu iujr on same terms as Above 3rd Mouduy in March June September and described This jack has no superior as a December foiuAll care will be takca to prevent a cldents but we will not be responsible should they occur J T V DAY Clay Hose Marshal There Is no record of who Is Police Judge nor when court is held HAZEL GREEN John Morgaji otMwt4mMf yfl i J W Ilowcrton Marshal good breeder LEE CITY POLICE COURT WJ Thos Henderson SEITZ WITH W1IOLE8AIK Son ww PlHPMaV iTae Sntic IIIIU fort itnaa liar tteR maoaav An tin wuik fur hi b Anna a ad J no Uonn Tolada Ohio Soin earn star S1MM a Van undo lb work and IWa ltlioma vrkererer you are Kurt ba 4nnr ara aaallf iimlaa ftvaa l tin tUy All aea Wa thaw joutww aim tail JUI van wn m wjmtm vm-r or all tho lima Wfnosay fofwofh- ara Kallura Mkno n auiaag tmi Mt touT Itiomli li Old Papers FOR SALE AT THIS OFFICE 10c 16c 25 for 00 for 100 for Uq ASHLAND KY HHalleUafe CaMtx WtltrlwHJlMlJa KWan1wHiiWrMrrUlffM but come and get tliew now Dont wait until thev are all eon r O a V SkLiiJ i r BSESBS KKtEL IBBM HBRALD SPrXCTIR COOPER Friday HAZEL GREEN - April MctSB IfS Too Ellfoto of Wt Sterliiig was E circulating Htnoiiff the boy licre week last And fixing up Ills fences to Editor boforo tho corral vote of this county f his nominntion for Attorney General wfWi KY 17 1801 tlto result that he will probably have tho support of this hcctlon at tho State con vention That Joe h worthy of the high honor he seeks no one will deny nml no one would bo prouder to nee him attain his aspirations than we f 1 PM Al A j AsA SESoCitizens lioiiiilBoiik - s Hw9L Musi KliKv ALFORD SHot WINCHESTER KENTUCKY FOR MEUTENANTGOVKKNOi HON M C OP FAYETTE COUNTY Subject to action of tho Democratic Tarty t V Along toward tho end of tho four cornered campaign which terminated but a little whilo boforo tho election of Abraham Lincoln and tho commence ment of tho civil conflict in this country a young man who had been chosen as a Douglas elector made a speech in tho old court house at Lexington The house was filled with an audience embracing We but voice the sentiment of this tho enlightened and educated elite among whom wero such men as Col section of tho State when we sav that Roger Hanson Hon 31 C Johnson R the acquittal of Charles E Kincaid for A Buckner Esq Mr Daniel Cannichael the murder of Hon William Preston Wicklifle and others of no less learning Taulbeo was an outrage on justice The and celebrity Tho editor of this paper silence of the fellow Ktillman up to tho was then a small boy taking his first trial and the statement then mad show lessons in tho art preservative and suborned ovidence and the people here Â¬ cared but littlo about politics but the abouts think the prosecution should have eulogicsof tho speaker expressed by such mado that fact plain to tho jury Moremen as above named so impressed them Â¬ over the horesay testimony made Pros selves upon us that it is one bit of Taulbeo to say things which a lifetime political history which we have never spent in this section flatly contradicts forgotten and thoy wero a unit in pro such as swearing etc In short public nouncing it the most eloquent ellbrt that opinion looks upon the prosecution as a had ever been made in that court house judicial farce Kincaid is free under tho This too notwithstanding tho fact that laws of man and charity forbids us to thoy were politically opposed to the judge but if his conscience bo guilt speaker Knowing that the great com stained his heart will harbor a horrible moner Henry Clay the brilliant John C hell But let not man say the matter Breckinridge and tho immortal Tom rests with God Marshall had each honored that old tem Â¬ Tho editor of the Middlesborough ple of justice with their charming oratory still more indelibly impressed tho News is evidently almost as enthusiastic incident upon our memory Boy as wo about tho merits of our mutual friend thon wore wo admired the hero of tho Alford as wo are though we claim prihour and wondered about his future ority in bringing him prominently before Thus it was that we were not surprised a the people Bead below what the News few years later to hear of his election to man has to say on the subject Congress and to read in the reports of Today wo place at the head of our that body that ho had honored the State columns the name of Hon Mitchell C alike with Clay and Breckinridge and Alford as our choice for the next Lieu Â¬ loft upon tho records a mime that time tenant Governor of the State believing even cun nevor efface Then came twenty that a thorough canvass of tho State of years of silence and tho hero of the Kentucky could result in the bringing speech that had electrified the great men forward of no more able or reliable man of Lexington and afterwards mastered or one who would discharge the duties tho situation in Congress was not heard of the important office more conscien of in politics cither State or National tiously or with greater credit to himself A few months since however we began and to his State to hear his name associated with the Not because Mitchell Alford is a Gubernatorial nomination and inciden- Democrat and not becauso ho is so closely tally wo noted that tho gentleman is uow identified with our city do we advocate in tho vigor of manhood at the age of his candidacy but because he is an able fifty five years Being familiar with a lawyer becauso he understands thor- Â¬ part of his past history wo could but feel oughly tho needs of his State because that should ho receive tho nomination ho has had long and valuable experience and election that man would honor the in our legislative halls because his voico position of Governor more than any man was raised in thoso very halls against who has ovor filled the Chief Executives corruption when the lobby swarmed with chair and his name is John Young the hirelings of railroad corporations Brown Ho is a Democrat in all tho term who sought to rob and grind down the implies as truo to the principles of tho people and by his mighty effort tho party as tho needlo to tho pole and viper was crushed Because he did this Bhould ho be chosen to preside over this spuming the spoils that could have been Commonwealth Kentucky will havo hon- Â¬ gained from railroads when his only ored herself moro than sho honors tho reward for opposing them was the satis- Â¬ man In a rocont speech ho said his faction an honest man has in the knowlplatform was the broad one of his party edge that ho has dono his duty to his every plank of which is without a flaw God his country and himself Need wo fear then when such a man and that if he went down in this race ho wished to fall full length upon it Dem- becomes Lieutenant Governor and by ocratic fellow citizens of Kentucky tho virtue of that office tho presiding officer choico of a candidate lies with you of tho Sennte that tho wolfaro of our This only wo have to say if it falls with grand old Stato will be in jeopardy or favor upon John Young Brown you will that trickery and rascality will dare havo mado no mistake Not at all Mitchell manifest iUolf O Alford has been tried severely tried Judgo Swango has been making tilings in many capacities and never yet lias hum in Western Kentucky and sinco been found wanting our last issuo visited tho counties of Wo flatter ourselves that wo know Union Hcndorson Daviess and Han- Â¬ this man well and wo aro better for cock in all of which ho met with much knowing him for ho is one of natures encouragoment It looks like his namo truo noblemen a man whoso character is is Eli and that ho will get titers for Iteg a grand pioturo worthy of emulation istor of the Land Office is assured if His lifo has been ono of great success Eastern Kontucky stands solidly by him and while ho has gathered around him which will surely he tho case Uc s an army of friends ho has also gleaned making such a gallanffight that wo hear a comfortable fortune but this lias not now of no opposition to him changed his being one iota and he is Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ It II Van san t is not now and lias not been a candidate for tho Appelate Clerk Â¬ ship to succeed tho lamented Wood Long moor Ho is too much of a man to run against tho widows interests and Jim Martin will bo snowed under so deen that you couldnt find him with a micro- Â¬ scope after a midsummer molting But ho is oiio of tho kind that wants the earth and tho fullness thereof as shown by the faet that he is uow Assistant Sec- Â¬ retary of the Constitutional Convention at n salary of 10 per day and Circuit Court Clerk of Barren county also at a handsome salary If theres anything else he wants he might securo satisfac tion in a perpetual pensioju il PAID UP CAPITAL frill 17500000 o WASH MILLER PRESIDENT S W WILLIS VICE PRESIDENT A H HAMPTON CASHIER J fSfifi mm arTfB WtHWKi4 W P0YMTEB ASST CASHIER iPW- mm is - I1U AIT WVU7 wits I H ffQSES - Lf 1 k PsiiasaHiifeig jnjf Itti rt Ti S 5BWW fKW VMQll IHIH StoniUS Is riJX i JCS oOo Has ample facilities for doing a neral banking business So licits deposits makes collections gives prompt and careful attention toall business entrust- Â¬ ed to it and extendJlto its cus- tomers the most liberal accom- Â¬ -- fepCTTdaiL srwirys 5irr5Tr w ji rggg ti4 imm m fla wwmt ii vwujMa - m jj- - r zj3ii9iVje TV r rect banking business IllUllillrlOIlS UUUSIMl IJl llll UUI- - Rev Wm II Bartholomew Principal of the Louisville Female High School and who has been a member of the State Board of Education for twenty years past pays a glowing tribute to the worth of Col John O Hodges candidate for Superintendent of Public Instruction We reproduce the article which is signed W from the Educational Courant and our readers will find it upon another page of this issue Apropos of this subject it may be well to note that Prof L L Barton who was also a member of the State Board of Education and for a short time teacher of the public school at Hazel Green writes us from Wash Â¬ Â¬ J TAYLOR DAY FLOYD DAY KELLY B DAY J T DAY WHOLESALE Largest Stock HAZEL GREEN KENTUCKY CO AND RETAIL Lowest Prices - ington D C that Col Hodges is in every way qualified and eminently worthy of the position to which he aspires Â¬ On our first page will be found the announcement of James Knox Roberts of Beattyville as a candidate for State Senator from this district While we have no personal acquaintance with Mr 12 West Short Street LEXINGTON KY Roberts he is so universally popular and A Model in Almost Every so highly recommended by his homo SEATING CAPACITY 150 people that we take pleasure in recomFresh Oysters at nil seasons Blue Points Saddle Rocks New York Counts and mending him to the Democrats of this Mobile Counts district with the full assunmco that if REGULAR MEALS 25 CENTS Meals to order nt nil hours Delicacies of the season always on hand he is elected to tho position tho people Among The most complete and modern kitchen the additions is of our district will have a faithful hon- Â¬ a Miller improved Kanie the finest in thoinworld State eiglitcen the recent bteaming at with ilres six est painstaking servant in Mr Roberts tnchments two large broilers and hot and cold water reservoirs This range will cook anything from a half a beef to a tid bit of sweetbread and is the only one of the kind in Kentucky ed- Â¬ Prof J J Glenn of Madisonvillo A hearty welcome and the most courteous treatment to nil nov21ly itor of tho Hustler of that place is a GUS LU1GAHT candidate for Superintendent of Public Instruction and submits his claims to J M KKILY President WM KUIGHT Secretary and Trensurer the action of the Democratic party He is serving his second term as Superinten WHENEVER YOU VISIT LEXINGTON- dent of Schools for Hopkins county has CALL ON had over fifteen years years experience schools With in tho public and normal those acquainted with him he stands high as an educated gentleman and ho will doubtless make a strong contest for Office 99 EAST MAIN the nomination 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 merchandise J T DAY CO wim masStOk Kltotoen Restaurant Feature Â¬ Proprietor Â¬ THE Lexington Foundry Go STREET STATE east of Louisville No MoroSpeolnl Tax forTolmcoo Douleis Shop K U RAILROAD near 7th St They are onerntinu TIIK LAKGKST FOUNDRY AND MACHINE SHOP IN THE Tho nowspuporn throughout tho State should ho awarded the contract of put Â¬ ting tho now constitution before tho people oven if it took all summer to do it The people are to confirm or con- Â¬ demn it and thoy cpuld bo better ac- Â¬ quainted with it through tho papers than in any other way today though ono of the foremost men of tho State as unassumingi as unpre tentious as in tho days when ho worked upon tho farm While ho holds no ono Ids superior ho places himself above no honest man and is as proud to call friend the honorablo man who wears the jeans Â¬ Vv H and follows tho plow as he is tho ono who wears broadcloth and owns a bank fifty dollars Such in brief is Mitcholl O Alford Remember that Saturday May 2 ia Tho Constitutional Convention Let and in honoring him Kentucky will but ilia bjy 3t for ounty conventions journed last Friday night honor herself vry DfBioorat b on hand -- Our old friend Clay Ilerndon Deputy Collector 4th District of Kentucky sends U3 from Paintsvilie the following Section 26 of tho Act of Congress October 1 1810 provides That on and after the first day of May eighteen hun dred and ninety one all special taxes imposed by the laws now in force upon dealers in leaf tobacco retail dealers in leaf tobacco dealers in tobacco manu- Â¬ facturers of cigars and peddlers of tobacco aro hereby repealed Every such dealer in leaf tobacco retail dealer in leaf tobacco manufacturer and peddler shall however register with the Collec- Â¬ tor of tho district his name or stylo of firm place of residence trade or busi Â¬ ness and tho placo where such trade or business is to be carried on tho same as though tho tax had not been repealed and a failuro to register as herein required shall subject such person to n penalty of ml- - All kinds of BOILER AND ENGINE REPAIRING SKILLFULLY PKKTs J M KELLY President Office 99 EAST MAIN STREET TT-r-- r T Bfefir Foundry on K U RAILROAD SJA SMBsDONE at Tim lowest living JUeXlILgljOll y WHOLESALE MANUFACTURBNG DRUGGISTS KY CATLETTSBURC Tho Largest Drug Houso in tho Ohio Valley Miuiufactmevs of 228 REMEDIES that nro Sold by tho Dozen 10000 Square Feet of Floor Room 28 Hands Employed fiirHuK proprietor of the famous Tho only remedy that is sold on nn lute guarantee to euro nil Pnins l- NERVE KING i i x 2 nbno- - ii Aiiiiiiv I t it 00aWfcWO-and tCouxtuy Stouks EYKiiYwiiKiintSN BQflon Sam by Dnua Stows PIHCE CENTS - i iv mi mi Mil ius i ji nnilf fllnek iwiiM Q ii iiiiiiiiiui iii mill me ijiiiiijiiiii v i 11 i Miumo XFor the permanent euro of Inliis in tliet find nil disorders of the Kidneys iii Uiflentes olthoio who iiiuHniuiii in this have used a remedy will he sent on application X PKICB 100 HINDOO KIDNEY CORDIAL Sole proprietors of the renovnodtt- - 2 I TPTTTn PTTHT X JLXLJ in Kentucky A T JLJ AAJUXtXlU T iv S1 00 a ynr I t s ncfcuowicdgeii to bo tllO best locnl imncr IUIIJI11 tndnv IIIMIIJ Subscribe now and catch tho good tilings it will contain this year i 0y 4 un T tT lAiiHJ dLA Aiy aii wmi iwmmmm I VfrVfJ witm 1S mmmmfjm Vi iiiuuiiBiMWwwwiwrwiWLi ii uuuuwutemnw Tho Hornld iih the Offlclnl Organ The endorsement of Tun IIkraldiis llnstv larger ciroulntlon in Wolfe Morgan the olllcial organ of tho F and L U of and Hruatliltt than all other tapers in thu State nml liHrcliuiits in Mt Sterling Win the Tenth Congressional district is a Chester Lexington Louisville ami incln compliment that we certainly appreciate Hazel Green Herald J tiati will lind it Til K IIKST M Kill IM through which to secure Mountain Trade ADVEUTISIXU HATES Tit ANSI KXT very highly and wo shall endeavor to Â¬ 1 t Advertisements inserted for less thnu 3 lnontliM will he 75 cents an Inch for the llrst insertion and 2 cents an inch for each sub sequent insertion Ahh TltANBirNT ADVUKTlStNO MUST 11K IAIli in advanci 1 10 00 inches 12 00 i inches 15 00 4 inches C inches 17 f0 0 00 0 inches Liberal rates on larger advertisements mado known on application Obituaries tributes of icspcet etc 3c a lino Count six words to thu line and send money with the manuscript We will write obituaries and publish at f cents a line Local notices to be interspersed among cents n line with a dis reading matter count of 5 per cent where they run a month or more Marriage and death notices not exceeding ten lines solicited and published ntKK jfcl ltIM8 FOIt RKUUIAU ADVrKTISINU 2 Â¬ inuh 8Tandinj aiVkutisiminth 12 uiontlut 6 00 JAYAIUK QUAKTI5HIY ON DKMAXD merit it The F and L U department will bo under tho control of Stato Secre tary B F Davis of Eacl Ky who is fully qualified to satisfactorily fill it and all communications intended for that department should be addressed to him except notices of meeting which may be sont direct to this office The fact that tho F and L U has a department will in no wise detract from tho Demo cratic policy ot the paper We simply give them space to put their views before the people reserving the right to main tain our own opinions But in effect we give two papers for tho low price of one and all farmers who wish to keep posted upon the affairs of the order and at the same time have all the news State general and local should at onco sub scribe for Tin Hkrald The farmers Â¬ Â¬ referred to it by tho National State or District Legislative Councils in promot- ing the general Interests of tho order and for securing such legislation as may bo indicated by the demands of tho Stato and National bodies It shall dovisotho best means for securing such legislation for its county as tho order of said county may indicate It may establish by laws for its government It shall givo activo co operation in disseminating all matter of information or Alliance literature designed for tho membership and for securing an efficient lecture sorvico for its county provided that no County Legislative Council shall advocate any measure in conflict with the constitution laws or demands of tho State or National bodies nwwi MimMK Yuii Fore to Winchester Will cost you nothing if you will take advantage of WE WILL ALLOW A Address SIENTKK COOlEK llayel Green Ky announckjiknt ocratic party JAMES K RORERTS of Lee comity is a candidate for the State Senate in this the 31th Senatorial district subject to the ac tion of the Democratic party Â¬ We are authorized to announce GKORfJE V DRAKE as n candidate for Sherifl of Wolfe County subject to action of the Dem Â¬ Elder D G Combs will preach at the Christian church Sunday Curtis Pieratt has a severe case of the measles and is confined to the house Libby wife of our colored fellow citizen Harris Higcins has the measles Failure toetour paper last week pre- Â¬ vented the publication of Thr Hikald but it was no fault of ours Orders for job printing will from this date receive no attention unless accompanied by the cash Send for estimates Â¬ and we agree upon many points and we shall certainly not fall out because we do not agree upon all As stated in Mr Davis letter Tun Hkuald was the first friend tlic Alliance had in this part of the State It has always been friendly and hopes always to be With these few words of explanation we hope our farmer friends will put their shoulders to the wheel and roll us up a handsome subscription list And NOW is the time to subscribe Hollow Horn The first symptoms of the disaase are readily seen The animal affected re futes to eat and shows an indisposition to move about If not properly treated at once the disease soon becomes so severe as to prevent the animal from feed Â¬ ing at all and death is generally the result Tho old plan of boring the horns and pouring in turpentine should never be resorted to as it docs no good and gives the animal unnecessary pain The horns are not affected and consequently need no doctoring The tongue is the member wherein lies the trouble By securing the animals head so as to prevent injury to yourself from its horns and then pulling out the tongue and pressing it downward over the under lip hundreds of little black heads of so- called fleh worms will rise above the surface Take a dull tabjc knife and scrape off the black heads carefully and gently then throw on the tongue a little salt or pepper or both mixed together which will bring up the saliva and set the animals tongue to working In a few hours at most the animal will begin to eat and the trouble will be ended We have never known this remedy to fail no matter how severe the case Â¬ For the purpose of organizing this sysÂ¬ tem the National President shall desig Â¬ nate and publish to the order tho date on which tho County and District Legisla tive Councils in the various States shall convene The State Presidents shall designato and publish to the order in their respective States tho place at which each District Legislative Council will convene within its district At tho first meeting of tho District Legislative Council it shall elect by bal- Â¬ lot a lecturer for said district unless such lecturer has been otherwiso provid ed and shall report tho name and post office address of such lecturer promptly to the State President the Stato Secre Â¬ tary and the National President each of whom shall keep a correct list of the Â¬ Â¬ Discount of 10 per Gent ON ALL GOODS PURCHASED FROM US JM r-- t- same Tribute of Itt npcot Edmonton Ky March 18 1891 Mr B F Davis Dear Sir and Bro At a regular meeting of Little Barren Union No 1G41 F L U the follow Â¬ ing resolutions of respect for our lament Â¬ ed brother Win Martin aged 72 years who died Nov 20 1890 of kidney trou Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ ble were adopted Whereas it has pleased Almighty God in His infinite wisdom and goodness to remove from our midst our worthy bro- Â¬ Head Corbetts record on the eighth page of our paper today and then vote for Gr B Swango for Register of the Â¬ Land Office Since our last issue Fred Kcllam has been here and as usual sold good bills And at Campton he captured all the grocery business John Davis of this place and MrJohn D Henry and daughter Lilly Carter of Blackwater paid us a pleasant call Wednesday Mrs - Married on March 20 1S91 at the ther William Martin 1 Resolved That in the death of our brother this Union sustains an irreparable loss the Baptist Church a Christian man the community a kind friend the wife a noble and loving husband the children a kind and affectionate father 2 Resolved That we tender our heart- Â¬ felt sympathies to the bereaved family Therefore we commend them to God lineal Grcou Stock Snlcs Wednesday Auctioneer Pieratt reports the follow- Â¬ ing sales here Wednesday Thomas Williams to I W Rose Â¬ Our stock is the largest in East ern Kentucky and comprises the fruits of the best mills in Europe and America Our Dry Goods Millinery Notion and Fancy Goods stock is complete in every detail and every article is marked in plain figures from which there is no deviation except as above to people living at a distance Your order by mail will receive the same attention as any person would so far as goods and prices are concerned Â¬ Â¬ Wm Landsberg Son Winchester Ky miw io No 5 Main Street WINCHESTER KY brides brother Green Lacy on Caney creek Morgan county William Hanney to Miss Mollie Lacy formerly of Lacy creek Wolfe county Fred Day chairman of the Board of School Trustees for Hazel Green district has just taken the census of the children of the school age within the district and we learn from him that there are 12G mule SO 00 sai fitiSfii CARPETS 60 Gardner Brewer to J M and I W J Rose lcow D Rose to James Elkins 2 7 27 FURNITURE WALL PAPER China Glass and Queensware UNDERTAKING heifers 18 00 We are in receipt of a card containing the announcement of Judge G B Swan go of Wolfe county as a candidate for the office of Register of the Land Office He hails from the east end of the State John M Rose of this place has bought and has a strong following among a large of Robert Cummins a south hillside number of friende who nro urging him fronting the formers property and con- Â¬ for the position From our acquaintance taining about three acres for 150 equal with the Judge and from what we know to cash Mr Rose thinks of putting out of him we do not doubt that he will make a strong race and that if elected a vineyard will make an efficient officer Madison Floyd Day returned Monday from ville Hustler Louisville where he effected a compromise with the K U lumber company Mr G T Center the Wolfe county by which J T F Day get possession lumberman is said to be one of the ablest of nearly all their logs which thoy will business men in the State For execu- Â¬ sell in the best market tive ability in great transactions requir- Â¬ Rev E P Mickel will preach at the ing the co operation of large numbers of Presbyterian church in this place next subordinate workmen ho is thought to Monday night and continue at night have no superior in the Stato anywhere Â¬ during the week Mr Mickel is quite a It is of such material that great and sucgenerals are made Ky Trades favoritcvwith tho people here and will cessful Â¬ W C Coldiron to H F Pieratt 1 yoke cattle 75 00 Thomas Spencer to H F Pieratt and W T Swango 3 yk cattle 150 00 R D Motley to Pieratt Swan Â¬ heifer W C Perkins to J M and I W go 1 10 00 Rose 3 steers GO 00 W C Perkins to same 2 steers 47 50 Dan Davidson to Pieratt Swan- Â¬ go 3 5 heifers Swango 88 00 46 00 15 00 Levi Kash to Pieratt heifers N G Moloney to Pieratt Swango 1 cow James Spencer to J M and I W Rose 1 heifer 8 50 Nces Tyra to samo 4 steers 82 00 John Sweeney to same 8 steers 220 00 Alex Patrick to same 7 cattie 92 50 Job Ross to same 1 heifer 10 00 1 T Day to same 1 cow at 2Jc 25 00 Jos Nickell to May Bros 1 yoko steers GO We have added largely to our stock and now occupy two large buildings and cany as complete a line of goods as can be found in any city If you havent timo to make the trip to our city write and we will send cuts or samples of any of the many arti Â¬ cles that we carrv When you do come down make our store your head Â¬ quarters THE WINN FURNITUtlB CO JAMES KENNEDY JAMES B TIPTON K i io -- dealers ixf- - Ttotra tWitfkt doubtless have good congregations Dr Floyd Lockhart of Ezel is hero doing some dental work and when wo say that ho is rendering entire satisfaction wo hardly cover tho case Tho peoplo are delighted with tho way he handles tho pullicans and sharpens teeth with his little grindstone Â¬ Journal 00 Pure Drugs Medicines Chemicals PAINTS OILS VARNISHES AND BOOKS AND STATIONERY In justico to the young man mentioned as being interviewed in regard to tho dropped letter in our last issue there was no diflereuco as to facts and no reflection can bo cast by any one as the apparent difference in statement was only through a careful analysis of language and facts the first report being the same as tho last See tho now advertisement of Win Laudsbcrg Son Winchester Ky Our friends living in the neighborhood of tho K U railroad now have an opportunity to visit Winchester without cost as they can get a discount of 10 per cent on all goods thoy buy of this firm Besides tho best goods at tho lowest prices you get a free rido to that thrifty little city Just think of it and then go down and visit this firm and make your purchases Chambers Manker of Maytown died at the residence of his father-in-laMr Tutt on Red River suddenly Sunday afcrnoon last of pneumonia Tho news of his death was heard with sorrow by his friends at this place aud great sym pathy is expressed for his young wife who is almost disconsolate and his aged father who is bowed dyvn in grief Mis Sallie Trimble wins of Win Pres ton Trimble of this placejUias beon con fined to hor home for some time with fever and reported to bo dangerously ill Aunt Sally has been a remarkablo woman in rendering her services to the sick aud now that she is in declining health all who can do so should assist in nursing her back to health Jas F Gose to May Bros 1 yk steers 00 00 Pres Wilson to same 2 yk steers 120 00 Shelby Wilson to same 4 heifers 48 00 MT STEELING KY 2fTho prescriptions and orders of Doctors especially solicited and given special care and attention in compounding feb6 ly None but pure medicines and drugs used Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Notici In accordance with the law tho legal vpters of tho town of Hazol Green are hereby notified that on May 2 1891 Saturday an election for a full Hoard of Trustees a Police Judge and a Marshal for the town of Hazel Green for tho ensuing two years will bo held at tho storehouse adjoining ttio store of Rose Swango said election to be hold between the hours of 9 oclock a r and 5 oclock By order of tho Board i m SiKXOFit CooiEit Clerk W EgK EOJl U ftMr Cl jiJoul uutN5HnLropmi 7s OLDS CELEBRATED T45 tttCN UEU VillH REMEW SULCUS r miiIII FOR THE IAST YEARS M RES FOR SALE EVERYWHERE 20 Lum Hanks Buck Hollon and Geo Drako three of Camptons most prominent citizens a trio of as efficient Notici Tho stockholders of Hazel Green Fair Association aro hereby noti Â¬ officials as can bo found in tho State fied that there will bo an election held in paid our ofiico a pleasant call Wednesday Hazel Grcon on Satufduy May 2 1891 for a Board of Directors for said Associ J F LOCKHART ation and all stockholders arc requested to be present at 2 oclock i m sharp Â¬ ONSUMPTI0NratShw TRIMBLE BROS WHOLESALE GROCERS MT STERLING KY - JU Sriixccn 4ttl CocfcEit B 3 X 9 President EZEL KY ConnIgnnicntH of Produce and the pntrougg fully solicited mid full satUfitetion guaranteed -- fcf Mountain MercVanU mfexi lWly T I r m B - J ir 5 - -- y A infl r r JtMVj fW l t Sft7 w m L CTf fc - TJTCPP JU J FTWnpw I y Wfr UBLuiESN Herald ftPZKOZR COOPER Friday HAZEL GREEN - April immEBmJlEf tllvxliavfl Joo Ellison Esq of Mt Sterling was circulating among tho boys hero week fixing up his fences to boforo Editor corral last and of the voto this county f his nomination for Attorney General wh KY 17 1891 the result that ho will probably have tho support of this hcction at the Stato convention That Joo is worthy of the high honor he seeks no one will deny and no ono would bo prouder to sco him attain his aspirations than we Â¬ Ajwu r v v vKJiYf J a C rnWS A UL1 Citizens National Bonk WINCHESTER KENTUCKY PAID UP CAPITAL FOR LIEUTENANT GOVEIlNOIt HON M C ALFORD OF FAYETTE COUNTY Subject to action of the Democratic Tarty Along toward tbo cud of tho four cornered enmpuign which terminated but a little while before tho election of Abraham Lincoln and the commence ment of tho civil conflict in this country a young man who had been chosen as a Douglas olector made a speech in tho old court Iioubo at Lexington Tho house was filled with an audience embracing tho enlightened and educated elite among whom wero such men as Col Ilogor Hanson Hon M C Johnson R A Buckncr Esq Mr Daniel Carmichael Wiekliflb and others of no less learning and celebrity The editor of this paper was then a small boy taking his first lessons in the art preservative and cared but littlo about politics but tho eulogies of tho speaker expressed by such men as above named so impressed them Â¬ selves upon us that it is one bit of political history which we have never forgotten and they wero a unit in pro nouncing it tho most eloquent ellbrt that had over been made in that court house This too notwithstanding tho fact that they were politically opposed to the Â¬ Â¬ It II Vansant is not now and lias not been a candidato for tho Appelate Clerk Â¬ ship to succeed tho lamented Wood Long moor Ho is too much of a man to run against tho widows interests and Jim Martin will bo snowed under so deep that you couldnt find him with a micro scope after a midsummer molting But ho is one of tho kind that wants the earth and tho fullness thereof as shown by tho fact that he is now Assistant Sec retary of the Constitutional Convention at a salary of 10 per day and Circuit Court Clerk of Uarren county also at a handsomo salary If theres anything else he wants he might secure satisfac Â¬ tion in a perpetual pensioji Â¬ 17500000 o ri mrtr III i WASH MILLER Iff 41 iSllIJik ifmSSr PRESIDENT 0 S W WILLIS VICE PRESIDENT m MS 1ft I j i Mt Wo but voice the sentiment of this section of tho Stato when we say that the acquittal of Charles E Kincaid for the murder of Hon William Preston Taulbce was an outrage on justice The silence of the fellow Stillman up to tho trial and the statement then mad show suborned evidence and the people here Â¬ abouts think the prosecution should have made that fact plain to the jury Moreover the herosay testimony made Pros Taulbce to say things which a lifetime spent in this section flatly contradicts such as swearing otc In short public opinion looks upon the prosecution as a judicial farce Kincaid is free under tho laws of man and charity forbids us to judge but if his conscience bo guilt Rev Win II Bartholomew Principal speaker Knowing that the great com- stained his heart will harbor a horrible hell But let not man say the matter of the Louisville Female High School moner Henry Clay the brilliant John C and who has been a member of the State Breckinridge and tho immortal Tom rests with God Hoard of Education for twenty years Marshall had each honored that old tem- Â¬ Tho editor of the Middlesborough past pays a glowing tribute to the worth ple of justice with their charming oratoNews is evidently almost as enthusiastic of Col John O Hodges candidate for ry still inoro indolibly impressed the iucident upon our memory Boy as wo about tho merits of our mutual friend Superintendent of Public Instruction then wore wo admired tho hero of tho Alford as we are though we claim pri- We reproduce the article which is signed W from the Educational Courant hour and wondered about his future ority in bringing him prominently before and our readers will find it upon another Thus it was that we wero not surprised a the people Bead below what the News page of this issue Apropos of this subfew years later to hear of his election to man has to say on the subject ject it may be well to note that Prof L Today wo place at the head of our Congress and to read in the reports of that body that ho had honored the State columns the name of Hon Mitchell C L Harton who was also a member of the nliko with Clay and Breckinridge and Alford as our choice for the next Lieu State Hoard of Education and for a left upon tho records a name that time tenant Governor of the State believing short time teacher of the public school even cun never efface Then came twenty that a thorough canvass of tho State of at Hazel Green writes us from Wash Â¬ years of silence and tho hero of the Kentucky could result in the bringing ington D C that Col Hodges is in every speech that had electrified the great men forward of no more able or reliable man way qualified and eminently worthy of of Lexington and afterwards mastered or one who would discharge the duties tho position to which he aspires tho situation in Congress was not heard of the important oilice more conscien On our first page will be found the of in politics either State or National tiously or with greater credit to hhiteclf announcement of James Knox Roberts A few months since however we began and to his State Not became Mitchell Alford is a of Ueattyville as a candidato for State to hear his name associated with the Gubernatorial nomination and inciden- Â¬ Democrat and not because ho is so closely Senator from this district While we tally we noted that tho gentleman is now identified with our city do we advocate have no personal acquaintance with Mr in tho vigor of manhood at tho age of his candidacy but because he is an able Roberts he is so universally popular and fifty fivo years Being familiar with a lawyer becauso he understands thor Â¬ so highly recommended by his homo part of his past history we could but feel oughly the needs of his State because peoplo that we take pleasure in recomthat should ho receive the nomination ho has had long and valuable experience mending him to the Democrats of this and election that man would honor tho in our legislative halls because his voice district with the full assunmco that if position of Governor more than any man was raised in those very halls against he is elected to tho position tho people who has overfilled tho Chief Executives corruption when tho lobby swarmed with of our district will havo a faithful hon- Â¬ chair and his name is John Young tho hirelings of railroad corporations est painstaking servant in Mr Roberts Brown Ho is a Democrat in all tho term who sought to rob and grind down tho Prof J J Glenn of Madisonville ed- Â¬ implies as true to the principles of tho people and by his mighty efforts tho itor of tho Hustler of that place is a party as tho necdlo to tho pole and viper was crushed Because he did this of Public should ho be chosen to preside over this spurning tho spoils that could have been candidate for Superintendent Instruction and submits his claims to Commonwealth Kentucky will have hon- Â¬ gained from railroads when his only action of the Democratic party He ored herself moro than she honors the reward for opposing them was the satis the is serving his second term as Superintenman In a recent speech ho said his faction an honest man has in tho knowlplatform was the broad ono of his party edge that ho has done his duty to his dent of Schools for Hopkins county has had over fifteen years years experience every plank of which is without a flaw God his country and himself With tho public and normal schools Need we fear then when such a man in and that if he went down in this raco ho those acquainted with him he stands wished to fall full length upon it Dem- Â¬ becomes Lieutenant Governor and by high as an educated gentleman and ho ocratic fellow citizens of Kentucky tho virtue of that office the presiding officer will doubtless make a strong contest for choico of a candidato lies with you of tho Sennte that tho welfare of our nomination This only wo havo to say if it falls with grand old Stato will be in jeopardy or the favor upon John Young Brown you will that trickery and rascality will dare No Moro Special Tax for Tolmcoo Dealers havo mado no mistake manifest itself Nut at all Mitchell Our old friend Clay Ilerndon Deputy C Alford has been tried severely tried Judge Swaugo has been making things in many capacities and never yet has Collector 4th District of Kentucky sends us from PninUville the following hum in Western Kentucky and sinco been found wanting Section 2G of tho Act of Congress our last issuo visited tho counties of Wo flatter ourselves that we know Union Hendorson Daviess and Han- Â¬ this man well and wo aro better for October 1 1890 provides That on mid cock in all of which ho met with much knowing him for ho is ono of natures jiftor tho first day of May eighteen hun encouragement It looks like his namo true noblomen a man whoso character is dred and ninoty one all special taxes Eli and that ho will get thero for Reg Â¬ a grand picturo worthy of emulation imposed by tho laws now in forco upon ister of tho Laud Oilieo is assured if His lifo has been ono of great success dealers in leaf tobacco retail dealers in Â¬ Eastern Kontucky stands solidly by him and while ho has gathered around him leaf tobacco dealers in tobacco manuwhich will surely bo tho case He b an army of friends ho has also gleaned facturers of cigars and peddlers of making such a gallant fight that wo hear a comfortable fortuno but this has not tobacco aro hereby repealed Every such dealor in leaf tobacco retail dealer in now of no opposition to him changed his being ono iota and ho is leaf tobacco manufacturer and peddler Tho newspapers throughout tho Stato today though ono of the foremost men shall howover register with the Collec- Â¬ should bo awarded the contract of put- Â¬ of tho State as unassumingi as unpre tor of tho district his name or stylo of ting tho now constitution beforo tho tentious as in tho days when he worked firm place of residence trade or busi Â¬ farm Whilo ho holds no ono people even if it took all summer to do upon the ness and tho placo where such trade or his superior ho places himself ubovo no conitThe peoplo are to confirm or business is to be carried on tho same as man and is as proud to call friend demn it Rtul thoy could bo bettor ac- honest though tho tax had not been repealed with it through tho papors than tho honorablo man who wears tho jeans and a failure to register as herein required quainted und follows tho plow on ho is tho ono shall subject such person to a penalty of in any other way who weara broadcloth and owns a bank fifty dollars Such in brief is Mitchell 0 Alford Remember that Saturday fay 2 is Tho Constitutional Convention ad- Let and in honoring him Kentucky will but the day set for county conventions journed last Friday night honor herself every Democrat be on hand Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ wSaSWM JwwSM iffl 1 M 1 WfiSKSrS jBillll Mill fi A H HAMPTON CASHIER jHffi J TAYLOR DAY FLOYD DAY J W P0YKTER ASST CASHIER oOo Has amnio facilities for doing a general banking business Solicits deposits makes collec- Â¬ tions gives prompt and careful attention to all business entrust Â¬ ed to it and extendsjlto its cus tomers tho most liberal accom Â¬ modations consistent with cor- Â¬ rect banking business Â¬ Â¬ KELLY II DAY J T DAY AND CO HAZEL GREEN KENTUCKY WHOLESALE Largest Stock RETAIL Lowest Prices Have invoices arriving daily and stacks upon stacks of goods to meet every department or trade Live Stock Country Produce and School Claims received in trade on notes accounts or merchandise J T DAY CO fr Wl IPa1 IH D m LEXINGTON KY West Short Street A Model Restaurant in Almost Every Feature 12 Unli I siiiiy aujv dmsMJktmmA Tftffiffi M Si 9km MU Hk V ITfltefeAn trjisaysita J CENTS SEATING CAPACITY 150 Mobile Counts Fresh Oysters at nil seasons Blue Points Saddle Itocks New York Counts and Meals to order at all hours Delicacies of the season always on hand The most complete and modern kitchen in the State Among the recent additions is ft Miller Improved llnnqe the finest in tho world with eighteen fires six steaming at tachments two large broilers and hot and cold water reservoirs This range will cook anything from a half a beef to a tid bit of sweetbread and is the only one of the kind iu REGULAR MEALS 25 Â¬ Kentucky A hearty welcome and the most courteous treatment to all GUS LUIGAHT Proprietor WM nov21ly wfl J M KELLY President BRIGHT Secretary and Treasurer N- WHENEVER YOU VISIT LEXINGTOCALL ON TI IE 1 4 Lexington Foundry Go Office 99 EAST MAIN STREET Shop K U RAILROAD STATK east of Louisville J near 7th St TlievnreoperntiiitrTIIG LARGEST FOUNDRY AND MACHINE SHOP IN THE All kinds of BOILER AND ENOINR REPAIRING SKILLFULLY J M KELLY President the lowest living PiucTs iaWSwDONE at l Oilice 99 EAST MAIN STRICT JGS Foumlry on K U RAILROAD J Lexington Ky WHOLESALE MANUFACTURING DRUGGISTS 1 KY CATLETTSBURC The Largest Drug Hoiujo in the Ohio Valley Manufactiuovs of 228 REMEDIES that are Sold by tho Dozen 10000 Square Foet of Floor Room 28 Hands Employed Â¬ 9vOft0 rjtrSole proprietors of the famous - Â¬ Â¬ lute guarantee to cure nil Pains and Cramps and Colie Diurrlnnn entery etc Used internally and exter Aimllv The host Liniment in tho world S PRICE - CENTS U 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space to put their views heforo made known on application Obituaries tributes of lespeot etc 3c a the people reserving the right to main lino Count six words to the line and send tain our own opinions But in effect we We will write money with the manuscript give two papers for the low price of one obituaries and publNh at f cents a line Local notices to bo interspersed among and all farmers who wish to keep posted reading matter f cents a Hue with a dis count off per cent where they run a mouth upon the affairs of the order and at the or more same time have all tho news State Marriage and death notices not exceeding general and local should at once sub ten lines solicited and published i tKB 3liIM8 FOK llKOULAK ADVKlTISING scribe for The Herald Tho farmers n i usaeEvmmi ijiii mil rnxi n miiiin wiijiiimntumu i i mn Miuwm www Hazel Green Herald Your Fare toWinchesf er Will cost you nothing if you will take advantage of WE WILL ALLOW A I Â¬ Discount of 10 per Gent ON ALL GOODS PURCHASED FROM US 14- - Â¬ Â¬ JAYAIIIK QUAKTKRIY ON DKMANI SPENVEU COOIEIt Address Ilael Green Ky ocratic party JAMES K ROHERTS of Lee county is a candidate for the State Senate in this the 3ltli Senatorial district subject to the ac tion of the Democratic party Â¬ ANNOUNCKM iNT We are authorized to announce GKORGE W DRAKE as a candidate for Sheriff of Wolfe County subject to action of the lem Elder D G Combs will preach at the iChriatian church Sunday Curtis 1ieratt has n severe case of the measles and is confined to the house Libby wife of our colored fellow citizen Harris Higgins has the measles Failure to get our paper Inst week pre- Â¬ vented the publication of Tun Hijiald hut it was no fault of ours Orders for job printing will from this date receive no attention unless accom panied by the cash Send for estimates Â¬ and we agree upon many points and we shsill certainly not fall out because we do not agree upon all As stated in Mr Davis letter Tun Herald was the first friend tlo Alliance had in this part of the State It has always been friendly and hopes always to be With thehc few words of explanation we hope our farmer friends will put their shoulders to the wheel and roll us up a handsome subscription list And NOW is the time to subscribe Hollow Horn The first symptoms of the disaaso aro readily seen The animal affected re fuses to cat and shows an indisposition to move about If not properly treated at once the disease boon becomes so severe as to prevent the animal from feed Â¬ ing at all and death is generally the result Tho old plan of boring the horns and pouring in turpentine should never be resorted to as it does no good and gives the animal unnecessary pain The horns are not affected and consequently need no doctoring The tongue is the member wherein lies the trouble By securiiig the animals head so as to prevent injury to yourself from its horns and then pulling out the tongue and pressing it downward over the under lip hundreds of little black heads of so called flesh worms will rise above the surface Take a dull table knife and scrape off the black heads carefully and Hnzttl Grcou Stock Sales AVedneaday gently then throw on the tongue a little Auctioneer Pieratt reports the follow- Â¬ salt or pepper or both mixed together ing sales here Wednesday which will bring up the saliva and set Thomas Williams to I W Rose the animals tongue to working In a mule SO 00 few hours at most the animal will begin Gardner Brewer to M and I W J to cat and the trouble will bo ended Rose 1 cow 7 27 We have never known this remedy to J D Rose to James Elkins 2 fail no matter how severe the case heifers 18 00 Â¬ Â¬ i Read Corbetts record on the eighth page of our paper today and then vote for G B Swango for Register of the Our stock is the largest in East ern Kentucky and comprises the fruits of the best mills in Europe and America Our Dry Goods Millinery Notion and Fancy Goods stock is complete in every detail and every article is marked in plain figures from which there is no deviation except as above to people living at a distance Your order by mail will receive the same attention as any person would so far as goods and prices are concerned Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Land Office Since our last issue Fred Kellam has been here and as usual sold good hills And at Campton he captured all the grocery business Wm Landsberg Son No 5 Main Street WINCHESTER KY John Davis of this place and John D Henry and laughter Lilly Carter of Black water paid us a pleasant call Wednesday Mrs - Mr- Married on March 20 1S01 at the sin A Winchester Ky All i 4 mmmm w 1 brides brother Green Lacy on Caney creek Morgan county William Hanney to Miss Mollie Lacy formerly of Lacy creek Wolfe county Fred Day chairman of the Board of School Trustees for Hazel Green district lias just taken tho census of the children of the school age within the district and we learn from him that there are 126 John M Rose of this place has bought of Robert Cummins a south hillside fronting the formers property and con- Â¬ taining about three acres for SISO equal to cash Mr Rose thinks of putting out a vineyard FURNITURE CixRlrETS WALL PAPER China Glass and Queensware UNDERTAKING Floyd Day returned Monday from Louisville where he effected a compro- Â¬ mise with the K TJ lumber company Mr G T Center the Wolfe county by which J T F Day get possession lumberman is said to be one of the ablest of nearly all their logs which they will business men in tho State For execu- Â¬ sell in the best market tive ability in great transactions requir- Â¬ ing tho co operation of large numbers of Rev E P Mickel will preach at the Presbyterian church in this place next subordinate workmen he is thought to Monday night and continue at night have no superior in the State anywhere Â¬ during the week Mr Mickel is quite a It is of such material that great and sucfavorite with the people here mid will cessful generals are made Ky Trades Journal doubtless have good congregations Dr Floyd Lockhart of Ezel is hero doing some dental work and when wo say that ho is rendering entire satisfaction wo hardly cover tho case Tho peoplo are delighted with tho way ho handles tho pullieans and sharpens teeth with his little grindstone Â¬ We are in receipt of a card containing the announcement of Judge G B Swan go of WTolfe county as a candidate for the office of Register of the Land Office Ho hails from tho cast end of the State and has a strong following among a large number of friends who aro urging him for tho position From our acquaintance with the Judge and from what wo know of him we do not doubt that ho will make a strong race and that if elected will make an efficient officer Madison ville Hustler In justice to the young man mentioned as being interviewed in regard to tho dropped letter in our last issuo there was no difference as to facts and no reflection can bo cast by any one as tho apparent difference in statement was only through a careful analysis of language and facts the first report being tho same as tho last See tho now advertisement of Win Landsberg Son Winchester Ky Our friends living in the neighborhood of the K U railroad now have an opportunity to visit Winchester without cost as they can get a discount of 10 per cent on all Besides gtoods they buy of this firm the beat goods at tho lowest prices you jet a free rido to that thrifty little city mist think of it and then go down and rfsit this firm and mako your purchases Chambers Manker of May town died at tho residence of his father-in-laMr Tutt on Red River suddenly Sunday afernoon last of pneumonia Tho news of his death was heard with sorrow by his friends at this place and great sym pathy is expressed for his young wife who is almost disconsolate and his aged father who is bowed iltovn in grief W C Coldiron to H F Pieratt 1 yoke cattle Thomas Spencer to H F Pieratt and W T Swango 8 yk cattle R D Motley to Pieratt Swan Â¬ go 1 heifer W C Perkins to J M and I W Rose 3 steers W C Perkins to same 2 steers Dan Davidson to Pieratt Swan- Â¬ go 3 heifers Levi Kash to Pieratt Swango 5 heifers N G Moloney to Pieratt Swango 1 cow James Spencer to J M and I W Rose 1 heifer Neca Tyra to samo 4 steers John Sweeney to same 8 steers Alex Patrick to same 7 cattie Job Roes to same 1 heifer J T Day to same 1 cow at 2Jc Jos Nickell to May Bros 1 yoke steers Jos F Gose to May Bros 1 yk 75 00 150 00 1G 00 00 GO 47 50 38 00 -- We have added largely to our stock and now occupy two large buildings and carry as complete a line of goods as can be found in any city If you havent time to mako the trip to our city write and we will send cuts or samples of any of the many arti- Â¬ cles that we carrv When you do come down make our store your head- Â¬ 16 00 15 00 8 82 220 92 50 00 00 50 10 00 25 00 00 00 quarters THE WINN FURNITURE IIiIhltI DKAIEItB IN CO JAMES KENNEDY JAMES B TIPTON nm mW m GO Pure Drugs Medicines Chemicals PAINTS OILS VARNISHES AND BOOKS AND STATIONERY steers GO Pres Wilson to same 2 yk steers 120 00 Shelby Wilson to same 4 heifers 48 00 en re MT STERLING KY J Ihc prescription and orders of Doctors especially solicited and given special and attention in compounding febO ly None but pure medicines and drugs ucd Â¬ Lum Hanks Buck Hollon and Geo W Drako three of Camptons most Notice Tho stockholders of Hazel prominent citizens a trio of as efficient Green Fair Association aro hereby noti Â¬ officials as can bo found in tho State fied that thero will be an election held in paid our ofiico a pleasant call Wednesday Hazel Green on Satufday May 2 1891 for a Board of Directors for said Associ TTVR J F LOOKHART ation and all stockholders are requested tfsNS3HVrS to be present at 2 oclock r m sharp Â¬ Mrs Sallie Trimble wife of Win Pres Â¬ ton Trimble of this placejhas been con fined to hor homo for some time with fever and reported to bo dangerously ill Aunt Sally has been a remarkable woman in rendering her services to tho sick and now that she is in declining health all who can do so should assist in nursing her back to health Â¬ Notice In accordance with the law the legal voters of tho town of Hazel Green are hereby notified that on May 2 1891 Saturday an election for a full Board of Trustees a Police Judge and a Marshal for the town of Hazel Green for tho ensuing two years will bo held at tho storehouse adjoining tno storo of Rose Swango said election to be held between tho hours of 9 oclock A m and 5 oclock P m Byorder of tho Board SiEvceu Cooper Clerk CiiMAimnPLita timirts OLDS WRTHE LAST FOR QSIC FOR A lMt Cu Jtfou nKx NkEcfr t UU55N5HlNropIMIl U R E s Ths celebrated remew niiAiio rHAb men ustu vin h sutct Skit EVERYWHERE nn 20 YEARS ONSUMPTI0NSi D TRIMBLE BROS WHOLESALE GROCERS MT STERLING KY A Coiiignncntn of Produce and the patronage of Mountain MercVaaU rfthuet fully solicited and full satufaetion guaranteed JW4y Sphxcer CocIpeu 4td President EZEL KY nj Ay SJm - IS - o V l i M4 Alan went carofully over tho problem iiiiiI iiii Editor stop by stop and rb ho proceeded BPINCIR OOOPJER unclos confidenco in himself disap peared and in its wnko ran embarrass Â¬ HAZKL CRKKN KY ment and humiliation Friday - April 17 1891 not lived two score and But uncle has more years In this world of perplexities for nothing and when ho was led to see that Alan was right undo was himself ntrain Ah yes ho said youaro quite right Hihfvj my boy entirely right I was wonder- Â¬ JWQDm KvTVBilfllS tSXcXLIHrS IWtkSSbW LLKlMI ing If you would find It out Hut I dont understand how there can bo any thinglcft There Isnt said uncle composedly I didnt intend there should be You may remember that I told you this was applied mathematics applying princi Â¬ THE GIRL FOR ME ples to every day transactions were I think tho words I used It is nothing Hut over soon a llttlo girl Whoso morry oyos and glossy curl uncommon for men to buy more than Would sot tuo dullest heart awhlrlT thoy can pay for In this simple prob- Â¬ Well thats tho girl for mo lem you havo gained an insight into one A girl thats lovoly every way of the great principles of business life Who doosnt givo for tncro display It is well for you to mingle theory with Dut givos thro lovo Again I say practice an excellent idea indeed Thats tho girl for mo The paper behind which tho faco of Her alms bostowod with gentlo grao Alans mother was hidden was shaking Doth boautify her gontto face and there was a look on her face of Tho gentlest of hor gontlo race A vory lovoly girl merriment struggling with mild indig- Â¬ nation Uncle settled back in his chair Porforms hor fathorB least domand laced his fingers again and realized And with somo friends has joined a band Whoso mission tis to lond a hand that ho had crawled through a very So awoot a girl is sho small hole and saved all the buttons on Sho uses ovory moment so his waistcoat That whothor woal or whothcr woo Let mo give you an example uncle Thoyro always hotter thoso who know said Alau thoughtfully Not a made- This charming girl of mine up one but one from the book Ill And when hor loving nots I soo come to them pretty quick and I would Her captlvo I would long to bo like to know how to do them For certainly sho Booms to mo Er perhaps you had better wait till Thodoarostglrlof all you get to them said uncle It is Hast evor neon this llttlo girl just as well not to cross a bridge With morry oyo and silkon curl Just then the eyes of Alans mother ap Â¬ Who sots tho dullost hearts awhlrlT Well Bhos tho girl for mo peared over the top of tho paper and narold McCJIU Davis in Drooklyu Eagle looked straight into uncles That gen Â¬ tleman cleared his throat and sail HANDY WITH FRACTIONS hastily All right my boy all right lets havo it Alan turned tho leaves of his arith Â¬ Alans Unoloa Bxporionooa With metic and then read f 11 i Hazel Qexs Ewuld J i Kit Jd uncle with ftftiaft Wi- - HVf t Wtaim i himtfi7wi hnw rnnnv won In SnrinvA of t I ANJKXXIAUiVrmO 1IiACE C0UMER J0UKNAL LOUISVILLE KY Subscription rates Daily and Sunday 10 year Dally without Sunday 8 a year Sunday 2 a year Weekly 1 a year n i I The Weekly Courier Journal Huh tho Inmost circulation of anv Demo emtio Newspaper in the United States and I jroposcH to double or treble its already argo circulation HOW 865 I1Y GIVING AWAY EACH AND EVERY DAY To Home ono a splendid High Ann Sewing Machine or a Handsome Gold Watch flSTABSOLUTELY FltEE Full particulars in Weekly Sample copy free vg l Courier-Jour-na- Send for one Address W N HALDEMAN President Courier Journal Company LOUISVILLE KY JBStTRead tlio following club rates nnd soud in your subscriptions at once Mistress I am at a loss to under stand your motive in leaving antra and Â¬ Bridget Tho work is too harrud its worn out I be entirely Mistress Why I havo done most of It myself Bridget Yes but its worn out I be hearing yez tell me of it Munseys Weekly Dutch Dignity A case brought by a revenue officer lias helped to enlighten tho proceed- Â¬ ings of a somewhat prosaic court of law in Amsterdam Upon the cause list stood the petition of a tax collector versus the Sultan of Turkey for nonpay- Â¬ Hazel Greek Herald and 01 Ofl Weekly Courier Jourkal J OliUUi Address SPENCER COOPER Hazel Green Ky UEA1 THIS TWICE The only Protection that will effect- Â¬ ually protect all people all classes all labor and all interests is that styled Self Protection acquired only from a 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 so unequally divided That knowledge is power and ignor 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 be- Â¬ comes 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 whose interest it is to keep the great mass of people in ignorance of their methods one of the few if not the only one absolutely free from such influences It is the most honest thorough able Applied MathomaticB A of his estnto his youngest son four sevenths of who received 817J3K less thun the youngest son what was tho valuo of tho estate father loft his oldest son throo sovonths - ft te- ifi ii Iv n otic fashion A man who would make such a will would be declared insane in any court on earth and the will would be broken Perhaps that is pure mathematics suggested a voice behind the paper Uncle broke his pencil point in some way just then and when Alan sharp ened it he got up on his knees in the chair with his feet tucked under him and took a fresh sheet of paper When that was nearly covered he said There theres your answer S1JJ2 0 77 Quito right and a pretty small estate that is to put Alan you huvo tno answer only your into an arithmetic way of doing it is a little peculiar Why uncle said Alan I dont see It took you a long time to do it how that can be for the daughter got uncle S1W3V Yes tho light was bad I couldnt What kind of an artihmetic is this seo tho figures very well You could any way growled uncle Its an out- Â¬ improve on your figures Alan rage to make such books When I was Givo mo another uncle please a boy we had sensible school books Mako up a tough one cant you and All right John and James youd That is your old arithmetic Robert bottor writo this down John and James said the lady behind the paper When had 20 conts between them John I found they were using that kind I bought threo apples at M cents each told Alan he might as well take yours as James bought a jack knife with four to buy a new one blades for the big blado ho paid 4 cents Uncle got down from his chair for tho little blade lKcents for the walked slowly around tho table file blade 5 conts for tho blado with a climbed up again nick in it Ujtf cents and for tho handle Is that to change your luck uncle twico us much How much money did asked Alan Thoy say it will do it thoy huvo loft Mary said uncle indignantly Twico as much as what you ought not to let Alan get such Twico as much as why twico as vulgar superstitions into his head much as for tho little blado of course Mathematics sir are not to be con- Â¬ That is what I said Now how much quered by luck did they have loft Fresh sheets of paper were taken and a Nobody over bought a knife that maze of figures grew under uncleshand way Around tho edge of iter paper Alans Probably not but that is applied mother saw experiments in proportion mathematics applying principles to alligation arithmetical progression ovory day transactions such us you will and here and there a dash of algebra onffaffc- in when you got older Still Tho domain of mathematics wus ran Â¬ perhaps that is a little too far along sacked from center to circumference for you and victory came at last That Oh I can do it easy enough Bald ostate said uncle Impressively was Alan and ho wont to work In a fow worth onctly 9111 138 and ho said minutes ho began to look puzzled then it In tho tono of a man ready to fight if hV asked What do you want to his word was disputed know I presume that is right said Alan How much thoy had loft Any way that Is tho answer In tho The puzzled look grew as tho figures book Now horo is an easy one at multiplied HWhy said tho boy ilnal- - least our teacher suysit is easy and they wouldnt havo any thing loft ho read SO 10 hours Thy would owo or James would owo dayIf canmcH laydays30by workinglft foot wldoa ditr a trench feet long 1 tf 0 onU on thoTtmlf a or John would and it foot Uoop whoa tho ground is called 3 barf to giv up sohwi p pia apple H uncle said Alan tho other evening as ho experimented with tho cat to see if he could hold that patient animal near enough to tho grate fire so that its hair would shrivel without any marked pro- Â¬ test from pussy Indeed said uncle indulgently lacing his Angers across his waistband and extending his feet toward the fire 4I used to bo quite handy with frac- Â¬ tions myself In fact I excelled in mathematics Your poor father now had no faculty for them It is singular how diversified talenta aro in tho same family singular indeed Henry was considered tho best mathematician in his class said Alans mother with a little Hush In pure mathematics Mary in puro mathematics only responded undo but in tho applied articlo ho was lamentably weak What Alans mother might have re- Â¬ plied to this was lost in interest in Alans experiment in which the cat suddenly ceased to bo a passive agent By and by when Alan had bathed tho scratches on his hand and convinced himself that the wound on his ear was only n superficial one he said Give mo tin example uncle Cortainly said undo affably add two thirds and four fifths and subtract one sevonth Alan worked away for a minute and then asked What is tho answer uncle thitik you had better lot me seo how you have done it my boj That will do you more good Urn ah 85 no 105 yes to be sure Why no the one soventh is to bo subtracted Fif- Â¬ teen 10 13 23 seven over that makes one and seven fifteenths Now lets see yes 105 How will thatcomo out Yes thats right ono and I can do any examplo in fractions tho romalndor and his daughtor tho remainder Ileaso read that over again said uncle nervously Alan did so Well tho first thing to do said uncle is to find out what is the valuo of the estate Thats the last thing in the book Eh I am afraid I did not under- stand the examplo You should learn to read more plainly young sir Alan read tho example again and undo said Oh yes I see Please get me some paper and a pencil you might get sev- Â¬ eral sheets of paper so we will be sure to have enough While Alan was get-ting the paper uncle said You dont mind my lighting a pipe do you Mary l can always work better when Im smoking Its a habit I acquired in college It seems to brighten my rea- Â¬ soning faculties Not at all sweetly said the lady I believe tho reasoning addressed faculties should be as bright as nossi- blo ment of rent The judge as usual ordered the usher to call both parties Dcforo the court The uslfcr with his itately step left the precincts of the jourt and In his formal monotone jailed N Herr N and his lajcsty the Sultan of Turkey Abdul Iaraid and then returned into court The Judge Are the parties to the suit Dresent The Usher No your honor mly the plaintiff His Majesty the Sultan does not appear The judge considered the dignity of the court must be upheld and judgment was given ac- Â¬ cordingly Chicago Evening Mall Neediest Alarm Who is going to edit the paper while you are away inquired the foreman of the Weekly Tomahawk printing of- Â¬ fice My wife Undo did not say any thinir in renlv in fact it was some time before he ut- Â¬ tered a word Then ho looked up from a sheet of paper crowded with figures said and impatiently There never was an estate in the world divided in such an idi- Â¬ ErI Â¬ 1 - asked the foreman with blanched cheeks and trembling voice No She will remain at the house and send her copy down here by one of the boys The shadow of a great dread was lift- Â¬ ed from the heart of the foreman and oi tno t v it uere oeiore two men he went about his work with his accus- Â¬ were required to operate the Gatling tomed cheerfulness He had feared it guns only one will be necessary here- Â¬ would be necessary to have the office after Heretofore one man the gun- Â¬ towel washed Chicago Tribune ner trained the gun and dropped the CHANGED THE WORDING shot where they would produce the greatest effect and another operated A Dramatic Critic Who Was Equal to ar the crank which sets in motion the Emergency mechanism of the piece By the new The dramatic editor rolled up his system the gunner alone trains and op- Â¬ sleeves cocked his cigar a little higher erates the gun by touching a button and wrote The motor is attache to the breech Last night the theater going portion of the gun and moves with it in all di- Â¬ of our community was treated to a misrections It can be detached Instantly erable farrago of maudlin melodramic the connection being a specially de Â¬ nonsense written for the purpose of vised one and injury to the motor exploiting the notorious bruiser and alone will not impair the usefulness of tough John Sluggeran tho hero of the the gun The greater steadiness of ap Â¬ play It is a matter of sincere regret plication by the electricity renders the and deep humiliation Gatling gun more effective as a piece of Here the office boy came in Said he ordnance than when operated by hand Yort to tell do boss to sond a feller The serving is as certain and there is out to get some news of the wreck on increased regularity These elements the J A G Dcy say dere wont be have entered into the new arrangement no trains run out fore nine termorror and given to the service another use for night All dem actors has to stay over the electric current till den The dramatic editors copy fluttered BULLETINS FROM BABY idly to the floor He did not pick it Twenty Wars from Now Tlmy Will Ho up but began anew something like Frequent Hut Different this When a young mother and her first When one considers the brief dra Â¬ born still a tender monthling left matic training which Mr John SlugPittsburgh to visit friends in the East geran who delighted our lovers of the the former sent bulletins on postal histriunic last evening has received cards from threo or four stopping places the marvelous manner in which he ac- Â¬ to tho father who was or was sup quitted himself of his difficult task posed to be in a very critical state of etc etc Indianapolis Journal anxiety about tho babys entire safety IiiCuntllu 1k1c and happiness Hero is n sample bulletin Baby has Mamma if wo cant go to neaven been sleeping twenty minutes before now can wc move to Philadelphia that took a great fancy to that young Why child what put that notion man you introduced me to in the next into your head My book here says Philadelphia is section and was rather inclined to be cross becauso I wouldnt let my precious noted for iti cleanliness and in another pull his nowspaper to pieces Ho cries place it says Cleanliness is ucst to god- Â¬ whenever the train stops but seems liness Judjjc to like tho motion of tho cars still sleeping Ilarrlsburg 245 p m Exchange Bank of Kentucky A bachelor friend of tho happy father to whom tho latter confided tho baby MT bTERLTNG KY bulletin Idea smiled one of thoso aggra Â¬ vating smiles tho unmarried man keeps constantly in stock and said Twenty years hence old man that boy of yours CAPITAL will sond his own bulletins when he goes a travellng and thoy will bo brief- Â¬ er and more stirring messages than his Wo have nioro Hnzel Green business tlinn Something of this sort any other bank nnd want to increase it mothers Dead broke send twenty dollars Semi us your account and we will treat quick Pittsburgh Dispatch Â¬ Â¬ Will she will she stay here at the office and look after things as you do replied the editor The Cincinnati Weekly Enquirer is teacher and exponent of truthful knowledge of reliable data free from partisan bias fair frank and explicit to such degree that one cannot but feci ediiied and capable of forming correct conclusions therefrom Such a paper every household Samplo should be in copies can be obtained by addressing the publishers at Cincinnati O Thc Enquirer and The Herald will both be sent for one year for only 180 Send in your subscriptions now JPATEHTS fBK Obtain VMQBMarks JBAstruutuf iho lawssbowliij How toMl Patents Caveit TmrteAKpV Copyrights sent lr iretZkmm mm CASNOWCO Opposite Patent Office Washington tench any D 10000000 CavoatB and Trado Marka obtained and all Pat ent buslnosB conducted for Moderate Fees Our Office Is Opposite US Patent Office nnd wo can Becuro patent In Icea tlmo than those remote from Washington Send modol drawing or photo with description Wo advise If patontablo or not freo of chargp Our fco not duo till patent is secured A Pamphlet How to Obtain Pntonte with nnmes ofactuul clients in your State county or town ecnt free Address Â¬ Â¬ C r ness sir I havo a schemo for getting around tho ngreoment that the railroad presi Â¬ dents entered intoyesterdaj- Step in sir President Hawkins will bo glad to talk with you on this mat r Puck A Weleonm Visitor I would Kko to seo President Hawk Â¬ Q road ins of the U It 11 You will havo to state your busi- Â¬ r you well 3000 TpinttTjri V i YIjYYlT R J PETERS PltESIDKNT JOHN G WINN Cashier Dr 1lrrririjrllve 7r ruJt MXMlltllitli red Mil tarfla ml uhn Her liittrtutloiiwlll work i - inuuiiriii-- -uuljir a Iw nrrr T wll lionirnUh ibinount h iiia j hiv viiiri uiiriiiiii waiiui 1rdjr Uugtit wm niplojniVnl lrri lltlr liilrlt ni nrrnn finftlillMkJJI f iih lntlnl iii JAMES P PANT OU RKLIADLR Till Hat House of Cor Pearl WS Dickinson Co HB MAUPIN WITH Ll M rjur H 14 Vine CINCINNATI Invites all of his mountain friends and es WHOLESALE DRY GOODS NOTIONS HOOTS SH6ESc pecial y the merchants to give him n call when in tho city feiUy CATLETTSnUHG KY D H CARPENTER KM r viZkw r HI isra JAL a tkiMvJ6iAi jMMk jfa w 7 I II f l u DGPflRcmenc - B F DAVIS of Ezol meet on the Gth day of May next and will also indicate to tho District Councils - Editor at their meetings tho place and the dato at wnicn uiu stato legislative uouncu will meet Believing that tho plan adopted will prove aneillcicntand powerful auxiliary in our work as a great and active educa tional agency tho National Legislative Council cordially and earnestly recom- Â¬ mend it to tho entire brotherhood thro out tho United States for immediate adoption It is commended as a means for securing that unity of action and uniform co operation which is absolutely essential to the success of our cause Let us all resolve that tho year 1891 shall be distinguished above all the years of our history for vigorous active Suc Â¬ cessful work Let our great Order be thoroughly alligned on the principles wo have enunciated and assured victory will bo ours Select the member best qualified in subordinate county and district bodies for this important and responsible work Have this plan read and discussed in every organization belonging to the Or- Â¬ Â¬ STATE OFFICERS T T Gardner President Hard well IJ F Davis Secretary Ezol Ciiarlks Pack Treasurer Sip W M Bailky Lecturer Gold City KXKCUTIVK COMM1TTKB Finchvillc NATIONAL OFFICERS President L L Polk Washington D C Secy J H Tuknkk T ATTENTION F L U W It HuoWDKii Olmstead H C- - Huown Clinton J Doolin II Kcnd Wlmt Stnt Sorrctnry DiivIh Has to Hny About Tho Ilcrnlil Mkmjikrs of the Farmers and To Tin tfl il M Brethren In June 1887 when the Suite Alliance was organized at Ezel we had 42 sub Alliances three County Alli ances and an estimated membership of MO We were without funds and nl most Many of the best farwithout friends mers in the State looked on the Alliance der Let the watchword Forward pass as a visionary scheme of some designing along the lines L L Polk persons to forward their own personal President N F A and I U ends They consequently stood aloof and refused to enter the organization PLAN FOR ORGANIZING not knowing the intention of the AlliÂ¬ Â¬ Â¬ Laborers Union ov Kentucky ance A LECTURE mi The undersigned accompaniedlbyBro J E Quicksall who had been elected President of the State Alliance waited on Mr Spencer Cooper editor of the Hazel Green Herald who kindly gave us an Alliance department in his paper and promised us any assistance in liis power By this means the order was brought prominently before the farmers The result was of Eastern Kentucky in the twolve months following tiie that Alliance had increased from 42 subordi date and three county organizations to 15 County and 365 subordinate Lodges and increased in membership from 600 Wo today have 88 to nearly 5000 county and 2400 sub Unions in Ken- Â¬ tucky and an approximate membership of 100000 and new Unions are being organized at the rate of ten a week Mr Cooper has again offered us a department in The Herald and in assum ing control of it we do so with a full realization of our inability to do justice to it and shall be largely dependent on the brethren of the various Unions to furnish the news correspondence c for this department We hope our members will subscribe for The Herald and induce their neighbors to subscribe We should patronize our home paper and thus help to build up our country and our order and edu Â¬ This we cate ourselves and children can not do unless we read The Herald has proven the friend of the people of Eastern Kentucky and it should receive the undivided support of the people Wo wish to return our thanks to other papers in Eastern Kentucky that have kindly given us space and spoken words of cheer to the members of the Union We commend them to tho people as worthy of their patronage Wjth malice to none and love to all Fraternally I am Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ SYSTEM AND COUNCILS LEGISLATIVE B F Davis OFFICIAL National Formers Alliance nl Union unci Industrl J Â¬ Office of the President Washington D 0 Feb 10 1891 To the Membership of the National Far mers Alliance and Industrial Union Tn compliance with instructions from the National Legislative Council of the National Farmers Alliance and Industrial Union I present herewith a plan lor the organization of a Lecture system throughout our entire Order which was adopted by the Council at its meeting in tho city of Washington Feb 4 1891 I was further instructed undesignate the date on which tho first meetings of Â¬ tho County and District Legislative All lecturers Councils should be held of the Subordinate bodies of our Order together with tho County Lecturer of their respectivo counties will meet at the same time and place at which their county meeting is held in tho month of April next All County Lecturers will meet on Wednesday the 6th day jjf May next ait inch place within their respectivo Congressional districts as may bo desig nated by the Statu President for tho purposo of electing a Lecturer for their respectivo Congressional districts and for the transaction of such other business as Â¬ may como before them Tho Presidents of the States will at once designate to tho County Legislative Councils tho place at which tho District Legislative Councils respectively will County Legislative Councils The lec-Â¬ turers of subordinate bodies of tho Na Â¬ tional Farmers Alliance and Industrial Union in counties having county organ- Â¬ izations shall constitute the County Legislative Council of which the County Lecturer shall bo ex officio chairman The District Legislative Councils lecturers of the several counties composing a Congressional district shall constitute the District Legislative Council of which the District Lecturer shall be ex ofiicio chairman The District Legislative Councils lecturers of the several counties com- Â¬ posing a Congressional District shall constitute the District Legislative Coun- Â¬ cil of which the District Lecturer shall be exafficio chairman The President of the State Alliance the State Executive Committee the State Lecturer where such officer exists and the District Lecturers of the Con- Â¬ gressional Districts of the State shall constitute the State Legislative Council of which the State President shall be ex officio chairman Duties State legislative Council It shall be the duty of the State legislative Council to meet at the call of the State President and to provide means for the dissemination of Alliance literature among the brotherhood in their respec- Â¬ tive States and to promote and advance the demands of the State Alliance and of the Supreme Council It shall pre- Â¬ scribe the term of service the compensa- Â¬ tion for the same and provide for its payment for each of the District Lectur- Â¬ ers within the State It shall co operate with the National Legislative Council in all measures and methods for securing such legislative reforms as may be indicated in the demands of the national body provided that no State Legisla tive Council shall advocate any measures which may conflict with the constitution or laws of tho order or demands of the State Alliance and Supremo Council Duties of District Legislative Council It shall bo tho duty of the District Legislative Council to convene at such time and place as may bo designated by its chairman within its district to receive and to consider such matters as may be communicated to it by the State and National Legislative Councils to exemplify the unwritten work of tho or- Â¬ der to secure and provide for the service of lecturers and for tho dissem Â¬ ination of Alliance literature in conjunc tion with tho State and County Legis lative Councils for each county within its jurisdiction It shall co operato with tho State and National Legislative Councils in advancing the general interests of the ordor and for securing such legisla Â¬ tion Stato and National as may be indi cated by tho Stato and National bodies It shall promptly disseminate such in- Â¬ formation or printed matter to the vari Â¬ ous counties of tho district as may bo designated for tho membership It may establish by laws for its government provided that no District Legislative Council shall adyocato any measures which may conflict with tho constitution or laws of tho State or National bodies or with tho demands of the Stato Alli- Â¬ ance or Supreme Council Duties of County Legislative Councils It shall bo tho duty of the County Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ by tho National Stato or District Legislative Councils in promot ing the general interests of tho order and for securing such legislation as may bo indicated by the demands of the Stato and National bodies It shall devise tho best means for securing such legislation for its county as tho order of said county may indicate It may establish by laws for its government It shall give activo co operation in disseminating all matter of information or Alliance literature designed for tho membership and for securing an efficient lecturo servico for its county provided that no County Legislative Council shall advocate any measure in conflict with the constitution laws or demands of tho State or National bodies For the purposo of organizing this sysÂ¬ tem the National President shall desig Â¬ nate and publish to the order tho date on which tho County and District Legislative Councils in tho various States shall Tho State Presidents shall convene designate- and publish to the order in their respective States the place at which each District Legislative Council will convene within its district At the first meeting of the District Legislative Council it shall elect by bal- Â¬ lot a lecturer for said district unless such lecturer has been otherwise provided and shall report tho name and post office address of such lecturer promptly to the State President the Stato Secre Â¬ tary and the National President each of whom shall keep a correct list of the same referred to Â¬ Â¬ it r5rqyyjireTr7sti fr RAII RCXSLI HtNIHAl KA I IN EFFECT JANUARY 4th THE OLD 1891 KENTUCKY WAY M EsZS dAiiJkSijCxJZuji uLvxi uivavt uuuijk SHORTEST AND QUICKEST ROUTE FROM CENTRAL KENTUCKY TO ALL KENTUCKY ROUTE I lOINTS Newport Nwb A Mississippi Valley Co E D NORTH EAST WEST AND SOUTHWEST FAST LINE BETWEEN LEXING TON AND CINCINNATI Â¬ WASHINGTON BALTIMORE OLD POINT PHILADELPHIA NEW YORK Schedule in Effect Fer South Bound Cincinnati Covington Purls Lo 15 1891 No 0 Accoui Daily Ex Sun 2 20 pm 220 pm 5 30 pm 0 20 pm 5 37 pm t 15 pm 7 20 pm THE SEA SHORE WN And all Eastern Cities Tho Direct Lino to No 2 Daily Express 8 10 8 18 11 Fst Lc No 4 Daily Express Daily 7 00 am Lc IJzJzB Stanford 7 50 am ts Lancaster a aw-10 15 am Richmond Ar of llriqtcct Tribute 8 15 nm Le Jellico Edmonton Ky March 18 1891 8 Williamsburg wis 2 0 50 am Mr B F Davis Dear Sir and Bro Corbin 35 am Ar E 5 c At a regular meeting of Little Barren Cunibd UapLc Ph 5 w G 25 am 45 am L U the follow Â¬ Middleshttrough Union No 1641 F S u ai t 25 am Corbin ing resolutions of respect for our lament Â¬ Livingston Ar o 11 05 am n u am Win Martin aged 72 years Livingston ed brother Le Le t 05 am 12 40 pm Richmond who died Nov 26 1890 of kidney trouAr C 55 am 1 40 pm Winchester ble were adopted 33 pm 7 45 am Paris 00 jun 3 45 pm Le 7 00 am Whereas it has pleased Almighty God Lexington 45 nm 4 25 pm 7 53 am Tuns 40 pin i 37 pm in His infinite wisdom and goodness to Covington Ar 10 44 am 50 jun 45 pin Ar 10 50am remove from our midst our worthy bro- Â¬ Cincinnati ther William Martin W L Munson Trav Pass Act 1 Resolved That in the death of our Cincinnati Ohio brother this Union sustains an irrepara- S R Knott C P Atmork ble loss the Baptist Church a Christian Gen Pass Agt Traftic Manager General Olliccs Louisville Ky man the community a kind friend the wife a noble and loving husband the S F IJ Morhk Asst Gen Pass Agt Office Chamber of Commerce Building children a kind and affectionate father Cincinnati Ohio 2 Resolved That we tender our heart- Â¬ No 2 Daily felt sympathies to the bereaved family Division which to nil points except Rowland is daily except Sunday Therefore we commend them to God No 1 Runs daily from Lexington to Gin- who is abundantly able to soothe all our ciiiuat No 2 Runs daily sorrows and doeth all things well be- Â¬ Runs daily from all stations ox- f No 5 lieving as we do that their loss is his ycpi mu juiwuiim xivision which is uimy gain recognizing the fact that he can except3 Sunday except Sunday Daily No No 4 Daily between Cincinnati nud Lex never more como to us but tliat we thro ington Jesus Christ can go to him Nog 2 and 0 make connections nt Win 8 Resolved That this Union wear the chester for points on the N N M V E D No 2 Carries through cars from Cincinusual badge of mourning for 80 days nati to Middlesborough and Cumferlaud and that a copy of these resolutions be Gap and all intermediate stations and runs spread upon the minute book of this Union and a copy be sent to the beÂ¬ reaved family and one copy be sent to tho Hazel Green Herald with the request that they be published WITH W C Lavender 1 Committee T D Hensley G L Jennings J E J Huffman Sccy CO JULIUS BENCKENSTEIN Little Barren Union No 1641 S 1 33 pm Richmond Livingston 3 03 pm 1 M Corbin pin Middlcsborough 7 23 pm Cumberland Gap 7 50 pm Corbin Lt 30 pm Williamsburg 3 45 pm Ar 0 20 pm Jellico Lc 1 50 pin Richmond 4 45 pm Lancaster Ar 5 20pm Stanford No 1 North Bound Daily 1 Lexington Paris Winchester Ar Le Ar 12 11 12 am 8 00 pin am H OS inn IS am 10123 pm lOnn ii uvpm LEXINGTON ST LOUIS LOUISVILLE KANSAS OITY MEMPHIS J7nin lOnn CHATTANOOGA And all Points West and Northwest and South and Southwest Dnily KA8T HOUND Fast Fast MJ Acconi Express Daily Dnily ex Sun ex Sun 7 45 M m No 5 Louisville t Lexington Winchester No 3 Mt Sterling Daily Olive Hill Ex Sun Ashland Cattlcttsburg Huntington VK8T Lc 2 35pm 1 nm 10pm 11 40 am 6 25pm 0 55pm 12 45pm 0 35pm 7 20pm 1 25pm 7 80pm 0 03pm 3 35pm 10 15pm 10 30pm 5 85pm 10 43pm 5 50pm Ar 11 07pm 0 25pm no UN Lc 11 1 1 i O Atdilnnd Olive Hill Mt Sterling Charleston Huntington Cattlcttsburg 21am 10pm 12 50 am 20pm 32pm 12pm 1 10pm 2 58pm 0 00 am 5 25 am 0 35 am 8 10 11 4 ft Â¬ Winchester Lexington Louisville Ar 5 15pm Ar fl 15pm 12 4 47nm 8 45 am 52ntn G25nru 45 am 7 15 am 10pm 8 lOnm 50pm 12 15pm Limithi VitHTiniiKD ExiKKSS runs daily and has Vcstibuled Pullmnn Uuflct Sleepers between Louisville Lexington Wiuhington New York and Old Point Comfort This train is made part of tho celebrated F F V O route Â¬ Enst of Huntington on the C Fast Mail Tkaikk run dnily exccptSun day between Lexington and Huntington Make direct connections at Huntington with C ifcO At Ashland with S V Ityf At Winchester with K C It It north and south bound nnd at Lexington with L k N L 8 and C N O T I Railroads Lkxinoton and Omvk Hill Accomodation daily except Sunday Connects at Winchester to nnd from K C points nnd at Lexington with L S It It for Louisville Â¬ Â¬ For full information in regard to Rate Routes etc apply to any Agent of this or connecting lines or to Â¬ II E Huntington V P Â¬ LKXINOTON al C O M L Bkown G P A KY G W IUiinky W S Harrison G A Lexington Ky G A Ahhland Ky J P ROGERS HAZEL GREEN ACADEMY Second Term Began 3H890 9 1 - Feby 9 1891 Â¬ Edmonton Ky March 18 1891 Mr B F Davis Dear Sir and Bro Manufacturers and Jobbers of At a regular meeting of Little Barren Union No 1641 F L U the follow- Â¬ ing resolutions of respect for our lament Â¬ A ed brother Wm J Edwards aged 58 years who died Feb 27 1891 were adopted Whereas It has pleased the Almighty God in His infinite wisdom and goodness WOONSOOKET to remove from our midst our worthy brother Wm J Edwards 1 Resolved That in the death of our AGENCY brother this Union has sustained an irre- Â¬ parable loss tho Cumberland Presbyte Â¬ NO 103 WEST PEARL STREET rian Church a good Christian man tho community a kind friend tho wife a CINCINNATI O noblo and loving husband the children a kind and aficctionato father 2 Resolved That we tender our heart- Â¬ felt sympathies to the bereaved family Therefore wo commend them to God who is abundantly able to soothe all our sorÂ¬ rows and doeth all things well believing as wo do that their loss is his gain recog Â¬ nizing tho fact that he can never como to us but that we through Jesus Christ can go to him Sample IonB ultrerent patterns in a Nickel IMHtod IHRtcli ox Jl Resolved That this Union wear tho sent post paid on receipt of 10 CISNXS usual badge of mourning for 80 days CO London Eiubi824 PERRY and that a copy of these resolutions Lo U S umce 810 Broadway New York spread upon tho minute book of this Sold at Tins IIkkam nflico at 10c a 9 Union and a copy sent to tho Hazel dozen or 75c a grow Call and purchase Green Herald with tho request that some if you would make writing enay they bo published and one copy sent to AtMafKIt var Itnff m1a br Jfttin R nAnMrlnTrnvVVt Mink tut lit Ittftdr you m7 put mtk 11 iiiutbtut no tho bereaved family from 19 youqulckljr bow to Boots S s Hard Green Academy oilers unusual ad vantages in a full English couiwk in Â¬ cluding Latin a thorough HUHINKHS course a COMILKTK TKACIIKIIB COUH8K Our Eng Â¬ lish Course is thorough and prepares for entrance into Kentucky University and col Â¬ leges of that class Our Teachers Course embraces all tho branches within tho Com mon School Luu together with Talks and Lectures on 80I100I Topics Our Business Course prepares for tho business transactions of evory dav life and forsncelalnositloiin iiH clerks book keepers accountants etc Â¬ Ratkh okTitition per Session of 5 Months FIRST GltADE SECOND GRADE THIRD GRADE FOURTH GRADE pnynuiu one nan on entering scnool tlio other half at middle of the term C 00 RUBBER k FKEB TUITION given to ono student from cnoli of tho twenty mountain counties upon presentation of certiflcnto of frond moral standing signed by the County Judge and county Huperiiitendent Only two stu- ueniH nave applied torirce tuition tliluyear 7 50 10 00 12 60 Good Board oan bo obtained at from 200 to 260 per week rPupils from a distance will be under tho supervision of tho Principal of thti school Teachers of Public Schools Do yoMwnnt to prepare yourselves for better work in your profession Do you want to bn a true Green Acadcmcy and tuke our Normal Course during tho Winter and Spring We offer you better advantages nt n 1cm ex neiisc than any school in the mountains of teacher If so uttenu school at the Hawl STEEL PENS 1t A fiiKCUL Ohxm for teachers was arranged nt the beginning1 of the second term February 0 You are not satisfied with SKCONi THIItU CLAH8 OKHTIIIOATKHjI D not h content with anything less than vims OhXm Kentucky You can kntkk at any timk Teachers Course includes all tho common school studies with Talks and Lectures on school topics drill a4 riJWT OJIADK I TttFor further information addrw Aug 20 1800 Legislative Council to meet at tho call of its President at such time and at such placo within tho county as ho may desig Â¬ nate to consider such matters as may be T D Hensley G L Jennings W O Lavender Irach IO Committee J E J Huffman Secy Littlo Barren Union No 1011 lrt Amtrieayouttn cumiunct lifcrun lr moment onlrtn lug ill jour llmttr Ik work Alllmtw Cmt ir Kim fcr W ttrr workerRABIITMrt you iDrnir nMiv Trylhlnir HtEKIilLY KKK IXUtlCVUAVM AdJtcwitoi itWTUktf Mil bllNMIS A 00 Holb Mir II lyt thirt your lid lucre In unr vf gi 1 urn H WM H CORD PRINCIPAL ir ln z5EL 1 rrinteu iu the utwt stj and at lowest rate at u of HORSE BID SrmlnY0ttrorlr y M - 4jftw 1 Sv fVt f -- mwfi nil iflHjhilbrlflnfl yi Ik T sac - If fflWwBffSB - IlT l - - KOTOER OOOPJSR - Editor KY Friday HAZEL GREEN - April 17 1891 ya w i Mf lvU ri f to Liberty hero hist week Asa Piorntt has been confined to his bed with tho grip Aunt Nancy Spradling was visiting friends hero last week Misses Loula and Stisio Murphy are now homo from school Dr Kash of your place passed through hero Friday on route Ezel Mrs Mary May and her son Freddy wero visiting hero last week Isjiac Maguire tho him Deputy U S lujiranai passed hero last week for West Ringo President at Leo City Wolfe county Ky April 10 1891 House test- led and found correct Roll called ab R M4 sentees noted minutes read nml approved Aftor prayer by W S Maddox Chap Â¬ EASTERN KENTUCKY lain pro tern tho Chair announced tho object of the call as being to consider Sayings and Doings of tho Citizens whether or not tho 10th District Union in Our Neighboring Countios would take action in county conventions in securing tho nomination of State offi- Â¬ As Hniml mill Soon hy Herald Corrosion cers louts nml Hnntlly Written up Tho following wero appointed a ComOur Army of Itoiwloit mittee on Credentials J It Wheeler of Menefeo O S Miller of lireathitt J MORGAN P Caudle of Montgomery Sntno re Â¬ ported eight counties represented Illnokwator Iluhblus The Chair appointed on resolutions Tho grip has been raging here Bros W H Elliott of Estill J P Can Wm iMilea is on the sick list at this dlo of Montgomery and W F Duko of writing Mrs Jos Yocum is on the sick list Wolfe Tho following resolution offered by A tills week Miss Corn Clark was visiting her sister J Kingo was adopted a J 1i Thst w UeirtantMliftt llio ConCon on in session nt Frnnkfort Ky reduce the numucr o Legislators to ou nioiiiuers in tne House and 24 in the Senate and that their Proceedings of tho Tonth Congrons per diem bo tnkou away and thoy paid u DEALER IN salary not to exceed 600 per session aud ional Distrlot Mooting that regular sessions bo hold once every four years and extra sessions be called by the Hardware Quaensware Implements Held nt lon City nt Which Tho Horitld Governor when in his judgment it is to the 1m Made uvo iiiiviuai1 ui UIU uiuzeiis 01 UIU OIIUOHI tho oniolnl Organ of i v uun muue Evans Triplk Harrows do so but no legislation to bo considered at ir tho Tn nth Dltttrlut said extra session other than that mention oon bojkijij j iajwh Whitkleys Solid Stkki Binders And od by the Governor iu said call and for Ball Mitchell Cos Stkkl Mowers extra sidk Plows Cclumria Tiger and Granger Sulky Tho 10th Congressional District Union a per sessions the members shall bo nllowed diem not to exceed four dollars per Lmpiiovkd Malta Douhlh Shovkl Hay Hakes of Kentucky met pursuant to call of A day Plows ij T7 OV JYDL1 J U UJV JL I IF TO r 11 WtfWHPJTilOlflfrW TinwareAAgriciiltural Hill rwva W I 13 fr Â¬ cal legislation shall no longer bo considered by tho General Assembly but such legisla tion bo referred to the County Courts where It properly belongs H Thut we believe iu equal taxation upon all property that bank stocks prom Issory notes and everything of value should bo taxed at a fair cash value tho same as the lanner Is taxed upon his live stock and his real estate and that a prohibitory clause be embraced in the Constitution prohibiting the Legislature from enacting such a law as will exempt banks from eountv or city tax 15 That Legislators be prohibited under tne constitution Irnm enacting such a law authorizing railroads or corporations to go before the County Courts aud demand that a proposition be submitted to the people to yote a tax iu the interest of said railrpad or That we demand that private and lo- Â¬ Â¬ Ouvku Chill and South Ubs d Plow Havens Pioneer Cane Mills Kkpaiks Fish Bros Celebrated Wagons Stoddards Nkw Climax and Tigku Jones U S Standard 5 Ton Wagon Disc IIakuowb Scales price t0 with a written guarEvans 2 hoiisu Corn Planters antee for f years The largest stock of Cook and Heating Stoves of any house in Eastern Kentucky Cooks Patent Evaporators Â¬ Cutlery Shears and Builders Hardware a Specialty Knst side S Maysvillo Street MT STERLING ICY INDIANAPOLIS IND corporation 10 That it copy of the proceedings of this meeting bo published iu the Hazki Gkkkn IIkkald Mt Sterling Advocate and i limit iioinc journal w II Elliott 1 1 to the peoplo of this vicinity for their kind hospitality while in their midst That we sincerely tender our thanks No rice uann 11 wita ur acr 3uX 1800 at Factory w I I i ltSMcr -- TzsrKs YW Nl n i i ll 7 IK l - T when she does come Aunt Nancy Ward was visiting rela- Â¬ tives hero last week She is always a welcome visitor The Herami was much missed last week but she will be read just tho aamo APril 13 Smoker Mnytoirn Mourn J W P DUKK On motion the Hazel Green Her Whereas there are bills pending in Con gress known us the Sub Treasury and Fenth ald of Hnzcl Green Ivy was adopted erstone Land hills which bills provide that as tho official organ of the 10th Congresthe Government loan money direct to the people on larm products and real estate sional District of Kentucky security and whereas said bills do not fix The following resolution by J P Cau- Â¬ the amount of money to ho loaned toanv dle of Montgomery was adopted one company corporation or individual aud whereas Congress has granted to railResolved That the feelings of this entire road and other corporations large tracts of Congressional district be and are now and Government lauds aud iu order that said here declared in favor of keeping the Con corporations may he prohibited from throw stitution of this Order inviolate and reserv ing those large tracts of land upon the Gov ing and preserving individual political and ernment and receiving thereupon large sums religious rights as set forth in our Constituwi iuimiuj uiiu cuiiuuiiiramig ine tion aud we recommend tlintovorv momlior circulating medium into the hands of u few of this Order contend earnestly and honest individuals ly for the F Jc L U rights regardless us to Therefore bo it- resolved thnt we demand which political party he may uflilliate with that said hills be so amended as to nrnvidn to acquire tne legislative results desired that no railroad company corporation or On motion it was agreed to take no individual shall become indebted to the Government in a greater amount than 2500 action in regard to nominating State at anyone time iu securing such loan under officers the provisions of said bills and that a copv At 1130 adjourned of this resolution he furnished to Hon J W Kendall the Congressman from the 10th 1 p m convened The house was elo- Â¬ district of Kentucky aud that he is request ed to oiler said amendment aud support said quently entertained by A J KiiiRo IMI nun iiiunu prurjMioiiM Hon J W Kendall and S T Caudle uma II On motion the house adjourned until after which the house proceeded to ad- Â¬ Saturday morning at 830 oclock journ in form Prayer by W S Mad- Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ J 1 Caudlk Committee triotly rirt CJa Wurranioi All ceaiul lirowth Ulckory Steel Axles ami Tims Perfectly Duliuicci Low Rent Peat Arms Lons Easy Riding Oil Tempered Spring llcst Wheels and Dent All Over IF YOU CANT TIMD THBM FOR SALE BY YOUR MEinjTVKTq BOOK KEEPING Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Who desires to better his or her condition NO Â¬ Â¬ mi-leu- - BRYANT gWIn life should wnrrw tt SHORT HAND TELEGRAPHY PENMANSHIP Etc - write for the Catalogue of KV STRATTON STREET 400 THIRD 71 E BUSINESS COLLEGE LOUISVILLE Â¬ - Who Killed I jTrt R S STRADER Successors to SON Co J A Laii Main Stukkt LEXINGTON KY Wholesale Dealers iu Â¬ r Yesterday evening about 2 oclock at tho homo of Thos Tutt in Wolfe coun- Â¬ ty J Chambers Manker of this town tranquilly yielded to tho summons of death Tho first announcement yester Â¬ day evening in our little town was a sudden and bewildering shock to our people who regarded him with res pect and confidence Eight or ten days ago with his wife aud little daughter ho went to attend tho sick bed of Mrs Thos Tutt mother of Mrs Manker While there ho was taken with pneumonia and nover got up H9 remains will bo buried near his beautiful residence iu this place ou Tuesday tho 14th inst Apr 18 Wingless Â¬ dox Chaplain 830 a m Utiion convened pursuant Respectfully submitted to adjournment President Ringo iu the S L Kash Chair House tested and found correct Sec Treas 10th Con Dist U of Ky Prayer by J A Webb Report of ComA J Hugo President mittee on Resolutions as follows SECOND DAYS SESSION Â¬ But as to who is selling the Is a question hard to answer ilt Til tra il ZDMmZAlM911m JlZWM PJUililM A il ah A fc Straight Kentucky Brandies A Whiskies c Wines FINE OLD WHISKY SPECIALTY CIGARS AND TOBACCO Agents for Old Pugh Old Pepper Old Tarrnnd Old Taylor cheapest goods in Hazel Green is easilv told GUS MEYER WITH u Itesolved I That the public lands the heritage of the people be reserved for ac tual settlers only not another acre to rail roads or eorrfohuifllis and that all lands now held lor spMulative purposes shall be taxed to their lull value aud that the Con gress of the United Slates take such steps us Is necessary to reclaim all public lauds as nuve nereioioro oeen given to railroud and other corporations except what is actually necesry upon which to operate their busi Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ carej Iron rebuilds tho system aids digestion removes excess of bile and cures malaria Oct the genuine Are broVon down from overwork or household Muny Persons HFPIERATT5C0 are closing out If Low Prices are what you want we have got them WMKBRG0 0J0I1BEUS INO Browns Bitters Â¬ Hardware Agricultural Implements 4k Â¬ THE WINCHESTER BANK WINCHESTER KY N ness 2 CORBETTS RECORD Ho Liken to Fooil on Publlo 1Mb Thomas Corbott who is tho candidate to succeed himself as Register of the Land Office against Judge Swango is fond of public pie Ho has been in his present office ns assistant and Register for eight years was tobacco inspector undor Gov Stevensons appointment for four years which brought him about 4000 a year Besides this ho was Com- Â¬ monwealths Attorney six years and a membor of tho Legislature sixteen years It will thus bo seen that ho has been fed from tho public crib for thirty four years I Liko a leech ho has been bleed Â¬ ing tho State Treasury all that time Is it any wonder that tho Stato Treasury has not a dollar in it today And is Kontucky justified in feeding one man giving to one man a life leaso on tho fat of tho land Certainly there ought to bo a chnngo and now that Eastern Ken Â¬ tucky has a candidate in the person of G B Swango wo think the spell will bo broken Rotation iu office is a good rulo to go by and to send Mr Corbott to tlm rear would not bo a bad idea Eastern Kontuckian should rally to tho support of Judgo Swango In this race The mountains ask but little from tho State aud tho littlo asked should bo -- M11i without a murmur Democrats That measures be taken to prevent aliens from uequiriiig titlu to the luuds iu thu United States aud Territories of America and to force titles already acquired bv aliens to be rellnqiilshed to the uationiil Government by pulhise ami it retain said right of eminent dotjiain for the use of actual settlers and Citizens of the United States aud that the law bo rigidly enforced against all railroad corporations which have not complied with the terms of their con tract by which they have received large grants of laud 3 That we demand thu speedy payment of public bonded debt of the Government at par by operating tho mints to their full capacity iu coiningyJIIver and gold and the tending of the same without discrimination to the public creditors of the nation accord ing to contract thus saving the interest on the public debt to the industrial musses and that the further issue ot bonds be prohibiÂ¬ Â¬ II WrrilERSlOOK Â¬ President K D HUNTER Cashier WgM us a call Oi f f MALTA PLOWS FOSTER STOVE CO EVAPORATORS COOKS MILLS CHAMPION REAPERS MOWERS STODDARD AND ACME HARROWS DOORS AND ASH A SPECIALTY No U0 112 Second Street IRONTON OHIO ly OLIVER CHILLED PLOWS JJOQOOODOOTiOgODCOC1 i i Â¬ generally We are going to sell We Paid up Capital 20000000 have got prices to suit hard Surplus 6000000 This Hank solicits the accounts of nier times All we ask is to give chnntn farmers trailers ami business men throughout VVJ the most liberal terms within the limits of legitimate banking octl8ly vHiMutiit vvw Eastern Kentucky lULIIIlf WANTED fcNew andLiberal Terms o t ttiiu II F PIERATT P S All CO o Mt Sterling National KY MT STERLING Address A J COLE Gon outstanding notes io eral Agent Barbourville Ky or Bank and accounts must be settled o JOHN C OGDEN Nurseryman 71y Somerset Ky at once or you will pay cost Qflfroaqftfl3gaq3g3O3ffQ0egi 13f3m CO P ted fM H EvoryirTiMlinu I all over tho State should seo that wo get Tho people 8l10u1I lmud that wo lmvo n now deal A new broom is miu io Bvveen ciem ami tno o ouioii of Judgo Swango as Register would bo tho nmnnr iJilnv nmv justice Needing a tonlo or children that wnnt building un anould tako imniVNW IltDN 11ITTRI1S It Is plearsnt to tako cure Malaria lmllge UonM1 Ulllouaucu All dealurs keep It IiADIES unauiillfiedlv in fnvor of Surplus education of the musses lu a woll regulated free school system by the respective States Wm Mitchell Chas M Guunns ir that Snturday May 2 is without Federal interference President That we will not support any man for vontiimu Tftfl Ifor county con uiu u viiiivi umiu hi tiuiiiiiini ill uj iuiii rat bo on hand The largest eapitnl and surplus and indiicai party who wiii n pictigo minseii in lilJ writing to UiM- - IIIP iiirltaiicerfor tho formula vidual deposits than any bank in this see tton of these deuiHiulN into laws iKALD Mild b happy tioL of the State I 4 That wo demand the abolition oi na DENTON tional banks the iruhstitutiou of legal tender Treasury notes in lieu of national bank KY notes issued iu Ajticieiit volume to do the business of the country ou a cash svstein LEWIS APPERSON FOR FUR Â¬ Havo now a complete line of PAID TO LIVE AGENTS President rcguluting the amount needed on a par cap THER INFORMATION ADDRESS ital basts us the country demands expands H R FRENCH Cashier CHICAGO GENERAL SUPPLY CO Clothing Hats Boots Shoes aud that all the money Issued by the Gov 178 W Van Uureii St Chicago III and Gents Furnishing Goods eminent shall bo a legal tender in payment Mountain business is respectfully solicited of nil debts both public aud private with the nsHurauce that we will treat every u v tyiuk 11 KOSK JOHN We solicit an inspection of 5 That we deiuund a graded income tar customer fairly us we believe It Ivthe most equitable svstein our goods and guarantee pri- Â¬ of taxation pinch the burden of govern ment ou thos wlfgf can best atlbrd to pay ces satisfactory and articles as HAZEL GREEN KY instead of laying it on the farmers aud me chanics exempting millionaires bond hold recommended ers and corporations G Thut we demand tho strict enforce DINGFELDEK ment of laws prohibiting the importation of MT STERLING KY WITH foreign uvuor liiMjpr tne contruot svstein un d that all ennviils be confined within the AND at a cotract 8vscs J M niGSTAPP Preshleut M CO G L KIKKlATIUCK Vice Preshleut 7 That wo demand tho election of Presb W V THOMSON Cashier I Scimtor8 b n tUrcct 0 jjf J Importers and robbers of We carry a stock of Iron nml Wagon Ma TlwtvfeIieiuimltho ropcnl ofalllawa DIRECTORS terials of all kinds and uive Kiiccfil iitttn nnt ll ot 10r cnf lli UIV ennltul and noil io uorse Mincing DRY GOODS AND NOTIONS labor tho strict eiibfreiiieiit of laws tho G L Kiukiatwck ANiminv Pksikh removal of nil unjU technicalities ills D R Q Drakk J T HlOHIANI criminations and delays of justice W T TYIKII J I Rkad Nos fi37 530 and Oi- lUS Felix Pence liviniruear Lnne P O Wolfi equal chance in tho race of life and that eountv has posted a stray ox as folhiVs -- Wcst Mnln Street ra w no tuxes siminuo collected directly rroin the neseriptlnn 8 years old weighs about 00 5 carry 0ll c 0XC0whnt n M0btMarv poumis mosiiy red with white head ami LOUISVILLE KY the Government economically and hoicstly h JVttlK Wi A TVTFT some white iu rk ht Hunk white spot oirttop Jd wo ilemaml such a revlnloii A udiululsteredi shoulde marked J crop oil right earand J CLARKE of the tarllf as will lay tli heaviest hurdeiiH swallow tork iu left Owner can get o MT STERLING kY WITH on the luxuries and tha tightest on the nv- paying charges for posting feeding etc cesslties of life and thnt ill tarllf be irrad i4w FELIX PENCE Lane ii Â¬ Capital J It Sharp Bruce Trimble T G Denton 100000 Surplus 16550 25 PER WEEK SALARY Wanted Goon Agents to sell our SHARP TRIMBLE General line or merchandise No MT STERLING peddling A hove salary will he B Â¬ Â¬ I Â¬ Â¬ iTradeks Deposit TYLER ROSE Â¬ I V nicolT WACOM MAKING J Â¬ ROBINSON i lifflVlTCSliS V 1 c -- I AMAl H I uy 10 ni 1 hat wo aro v Capital 250000 - 40000 Sievers Garson Hardware Go 637 West Main Street Writing Papers Envelopes Pens Ink Ac c for sale nt this olliee ifadie Note Paper only tOc n quire Call en us wneu you uecn siatiouery i LOUISVILLE - 1 -- - vV H VWj f sSfS Printed in the best style and nt lowest rates at tills ofllce Send us your order HOKSB BILLS 4 Qy i v iftmi V Xi yi