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Digital page images are linked to the text file. f SPENCER COOPER Ownor and Editor Hazel Green Herald Of a Noisy World With News From All Nations Lumbring at His Back SIOO A YEAR Always In Advano SEVENTH YEAR HAZEL GREEN WOLFE COUNTY KY FRIDAY APRIL STATE SUNSHINE AND SHADOW 24 1891 A NUMBER 5 NO PAY NO lOUS ous STBUS Clothiers of Kentucky LEXINGTON KENTUCKY OVER THE WORLD IN Â¬ WEEK Lap iS ii wes HONEST VALUES LOW PRICES Nnr TBI i HIGH CRADES When you visit Lexington do not fail to give us a call -- MAIL ORDERS PROMPTLY ATTENDED TO- - NEW STORE NEW GOODS Rose Swango Are how receiving a Fresh and Choice Stock ol Fall ing of Winter Goods Â¬ The man who burglarized tho resi dence at Frankfort and Btolo 2600 worth of jewelry etc from Mrs Chap Â¬ man Coleman was tried beforo J ml go Williams of that city and held to tho Juno Circuit court in tho sum of 3000 Ho went to jail in default His namo is Chas Johnson and ho claims Brooklyn N Y as his homo Wm Rudd of Bath county was killed by a log rolling upon him last week Ho leaves a wife and five children Eight men with him when tho accident hap Â¬ pened could not roll tho log off him and to extricato him had to cut tho log in two Charles Schaffler who lost all his savings of years in tho Schwartz Bank in Louisville has gono insane Last week ho attempted suicido by jumping in tho river and was rescued and jailed on tho charge of lunncy Hugo Engle of Mt Sterling a res- Â¬ taurant keeper was hit on tho head with a plate by Ed Thomas and had his skull crushed Thomas fled and his victim is in a critical condition Henderson is entertaining a proposition by F H Foster of New York in which he agrees to erect a 200000 steel car works provided the citizens will put up 100000 Tice Jolly has withdrawn from tho race for Representative from Breckin- Â¬ ridge county and it is understood that D H Sevier will seek the Democratic Â¬ California was considerably used up by an carthquako recently Sovcral people in Luzcrno county Pennsylvania have gono blind from tho grip A Halifax Vt woman secured from thirty two hens in four months 2115 Jesse H Bailey of Bedford Intl died recently of a wound received during the rebellion Four prisoners in tho Ponnington county S D jail dug through a heavy brick wall and escaped An Indiana convict was pardoned last week and at once entered a medical collego to fit himself for a physician Charles W White nhotol proprietor at Burlington Iowa suicided becauso ho could not meet the payment of a note PAPER We aro compelled to collect subscriptions promptly to ena-blo us to meet our expenses mm we hopo n self defence all may renew promptly wo must drop from our list all who do not do so without further notice 66- YOUR SUBSCRIPTION 189 Expire Thanking you for past patronngo and hoping you will rcnow wo remain Very roRpecfullv yours SPENCER COOPER ONLY 1300 Burglars entered the store of Fred Mayor at Delaware Ohio and breaking open the safe with a heavy pick secured 65 and other valuables To which they invite the attention of the citizens of Hazel Green and vicinity consist nomination Dry Goods Notions Boots Shoes Clothing Clarence Moore tho now revenue 4 a m m agent for Kentucky and Tennessee was a printer at one time and could pick up Also FARM IMPLEMENTS AND SEEDS OP ALL KINDS three galleys of long primer a day The tobacco barn of George W Don- Â¬ and tin clothing department is chock fall of bargains aldson near Winchester was burned last -EVERYTHING GUARANTEED AS REPRESENTED OR MONEY week with its contents Loss about REFUNDED 3000 with insurance of 1000 In the case of Georeo Bonnyman against the Lexington City Railway com- Â¬ pany claiming 10000 damages the jury returned a verdict for 350 HAZEL GREEN KY John Allen a horse thief was ar- Â¬ rested at Battle Run in Fleming county Friday He stole a horse a watch and some silver spoons AND DEALER IN At Erie Pa Martin Jones and Jas The Covington Post Is authority for the statement that 100000 worth of McDonald quarrelled over a dog fight building has been done in that town Jones shot McDonald down and was in turn beaten insensible by his victims since January 1 And Trimmings of All Kinds W True who escaped from GeorgeAt North Salem N Y Jesse Lock I am prepared to furnish on short notice and at low prices COFFINS Oh ALL town jail after being convicted of killing wood who had clubbed his wife to death KINDS AND SIZES from this cheapest to the very finest I can furnish coffins cheaper James Robinson has been caught at his while insane from the grip drank a mix- Â¬ than yon can buy the trimmings Trice of Collins from 5 up I have a line hearse and brothers home ture of coal oil red pepper and alcohol will deliver collms cheap Hon T H Hines has announced his causing death OF candidacy for Representative from An- Â¬ A juror sitting in a case pending in Ho is now a Con Con the Common Pleas court at Wavcrly Mv arrangements are such that I can furnish Tombstones or derson county hVTlTieirnrnVTTCil Will JJO J VJ Vi 1 iO Monuments from any kind of Marble or Granite M and atvrthe delegate Ohio was discovered to bo inoxicated by a i ir VlWl vi U Ji1 very lowest prices Very respectfully c Two largo grain elevators together the judge who gave him a heavy fine with 30000 bushels of wheat wero des- and five days in jail troyed by fire at Harrodsburg last week A crazy colored woman last week H Bedford Phelps a farmer of Butler set fire to tho Crenshaw county Ala county was found hanging by a plow poor house which burned to the ground An old bed ridden man named William line in a deserted cabin on his farm HAZEL GREEN KY Cloverport is enjoying a real estate Johnson was consumed with it o Joseph Cartot an Italian was Htab boom on account of prospective manu 5yDouble and Single Turnouts and Saddle bed by some of his countrymen at Sha Horses for hire Parties conveyed to any point facturing concerns for that place on reasonable terms VvHfeiflBSSi5BKsur Near Middlcsborough Win T Cotter mokin Pa He took out warrants charg- Â¬ o a car repairer was killed by being struck ing them with attempted assassination I will also attend to all calls for auctioneering and becauso ho refused to join the Mafia Respectfully fcc solicit business of this kind by a car which jumped tho track JOHN H IIKKATT At Bessemer Ala William Doug Â¬ Three miles south of Lebanon Barney Fallowell was run over and killed Ho lass white a furnace foundryman was attacked by Loroy Smith colored with had a jug of whisky by his side a bar of iron Douglass shot and killed Wm Dodd in attempting to climb a He was then assaulted by four fenco on his farm near Paducah last Smith DEALER IN of Smiths friends but drawing two pis Â¬ week fell and broko his back tols repulsed tho mob The Pinevillo House ono of tho lead Â¬ It is seldom that a Hebrew dares vi Â¬ ing hotels in Pinevillo lost 2000 by a olates the Mosaic canons by taking his fire one night last week own lite but at Kansas City recently HAZEL GREEN KY Creed CardwellIius boon appointed Max Kitzinger n horse trader known BSTCarriea u completo lino of Dress Goods Dry Goods NotioiiH Boots Shoes revenue agent vice W J Wilmoro re best by tho nnmo of Moxie mado a Staple and Funcy Groceries Drugs ami Patent Medicines to which he invites your signed horriblo exception to tho rulo strangling Ashland is after a glass tablo waro himself to death with a wiro attention and which ho will sell at the lowest prices for cash When in search of bargains bo sure and give him a call and youll save money manufactory now at Fostoria Ohio A Teesvillo Mo woman was sitting Prof Buowder principal of Frank- Â¬ in a wagon watching her son cut down a fort public school died last week tree Tho treo fell toward tho wagon Dr James Henslky a prominent and the boy called to his mother to get Winchester physician Is dead out of tho way She seemed unablo to move The treo crushed down just behind A Nuvor FnltliiK Heineily For Lodges of all kinds printed in the best stylo and at only permanent euro tho wagon without touching Mrs Trol Meorimine tho tho lowest rates Just now wo are offering Masonic By for all forms of headache and neuralgia linger but sho fell over doad Laws a neat littlo book of 20 pages 4x6J inches with a relievo tho pain in from 15 to 20 min Â¬ boy a Montgom Â¬ A thirteen-year-ol- d neat cover 100 copies prepaid by mail for only 1000 guarantee at ery Ala became aury with his mother utes For salo on posilivo 5yThis book contains By Laws Rules of Order Fu- Â¬ The Herald office or sent postpaid by and told her ho was going to commit sui Â¬ neral Services at tho Grave c Ac and all reasonablo mail on receipt of price 50 cents a box cide Procuring a ropo ho fastened ono changes will bo made to suit tho Lodge making tho order Send for copy of tho end to tho ceiling and tho othor around BROWNS IRON Bl ITERS book and make your order now if you want to save money his neck and standing on a high chair Curca Indigestion llllloiuiieu Dyspcjala Mala Debility rhyil and Gcnoral said Ive spited you now mamma rla Ncrvousn Write U for Any Kind of Printing You Need clana recomraeud it All dealer sell It Genuine and jumped oft His neck was broken Addrcha THE HERALD Hazel Green Ky haatrado mark and crowed red luuaouwrappac c Mens Ail Wool Suits Only 750 JIT FURNITURE ORAYElXr COFFINSCASKETS UNDERTAKER The complete official canvass of tho Mayoralty election in Chicago gives Washburne Republican a plurality of 290 over Crciger Democrat Early one morning last week fire broke out in tho Pittsburg Pa stock yards destroying threo acres of sheds and cremating 137 head of cattle Miss Annie Foley divorced wife of a man named Garnet attempted suicido by jumping into tho river at Parkers burg W Vn but was rescued Win Stewart was so horribly man- Â¬ gled and scalded by the explosion of a boiler at tho Lebanon Ohio planing mill that ho died in a few hours Tho entire wardrobe of the Into Em Â¬ ma Abbott was put on sale at a Chicago dry goods store last week Quito a num- Â¬ ber of street costumes were sold W J Burns who stole 11 from tho Cherry Fork Ohio post office was sen tenced to the Ohio penitentiary for two years by the United States court Safe blowers at Middlctown Ind placed a charge in a safe so heavy that the back part of tho store was blown out and the building adjoining wrecked Â¬ To Old Point Comfort niut Return On Tuesday July 21st a special train will bo run to Old Point Comfort from Lexington under tho auspices of tho Main street Christian church Only 1300 for tho round trip and special low rates at tho Hygcia Hotel for thoso who go on this excursion Make your arrangements to go as this will bo tho cheapest and most desirable excursion from Lexington this season Tickets good to return until August 8 and holders may stop at any of tho Vir- Â¬ ginia resorts on return trip For explanatory circular seo or address any railroad agent or G W Barney W H BoswELL G A DeLong CHAS L BROWN General Passengor Agent Lexington Ky An KiitcrprUIng Morohnnt I am permanently located at West Liberty and carry tho best stock of gen- Â¬ eral merchandise of any othor merchant in this place and I propose to divide my profits with tho hardy sons of toil and beseech all surrounding farmers and work ingmen to come and investigate my goods and prices and know for them- Â¬ selves and not listen to tho merchants who clique together to sot prices on both goods and farmors products We propose to glvo to tho farmer all his produce is worth and sell him goods at prices that defy competition We have a nobby nice full and select stock of goods and shall savo those money who purchase of us Remember you get school books this year of us at whole Â¬ sale pi ices as wo aro connected with one of the largest publishing houses in Amer- Â¬ ica We do not want the world but wo do want a liberal sharo of tho patronago of tho peoplo of Morgan county and if low prices and fair dealing will merit wo expect as much Wo give 10 cents per dozen for eggs 42 cents per pound for nice white feathers and 6 cents per pound for green salted hides Wo tako in exchange for goods anything that can bo used to any advantago whatever Wo would give prices but profor tho peoplo to come and seo Thanking tho generous peoplo for tho liberal patronage they are now giving us and earnestly soliciting a continuance of tho same I am very gratefully J T Gevrdon West Liberty Ky April 20 1891 Carpuntor Klcctrlo Light nml Power Co Ono of tho best in this portion of the valley was organized by Mr D II Car Â¬ penter who Is tho president and owns most of tho stock Thoy have a contract to light tho city of Catlottsburg for ten years obtain their power from two high Bpecd Buokoyo ongines of Bovonty horso power each uso tho Thompson Houston aro and tho Continental incandescent systems and tho dynamos aro as fine as any wo have seen while tho Jight fur- Â¬ nished 1b very superior and glveB ontire satisfaction Arrangements havo already been mado to run some machinery in the city by electricity from this company and almost evory business and public houso in tho city is supplied with the incandescent or arc light system This enterprise is anothor ovidenco of the energy and public spirit of Mr D H Carponter and owes its success largely to him Mr H Well man in tho electri- Â¬ cian Catlottsburg Cor St Louis Trade Roviow Â¬ ALL KINDS REPAIRED Â¬ Livery Sale Stable J PIERATT Â¬ XTT OASHKLEY General Merchandise w Trial fur a Murderer The Court of Appeals has granted a now trial to William Smith of Powell county who was sentenced to be hanged for killing Andrew Glbbs in September 1890 Tho trouble between tho men arose out of their affection for tho same young lady Miss Annie Frlsbie Now A Am WWftfK gRfcg rfeW i fr rfdW vJjfl fl--ft- fi i V x t UK ir HiHlB t r bo oaolt thoroughness with ttlal Who wants tno 1 asked and I felt EEEALI boon accomplished whiuli shownw6rk ftuii on arlnflrlhoBisolvosobravolythatlcvwR8riorcd volco shouting out at tho ton of ly with an offort 1 could kcop baok his wan by tho a ohill that was not produced by tho Turn out to roll call faot that on tho wholo twenty prisoners my tears Howard gavo mo somo corn bread jMGHrOXR GOOPJER - - - Editor prosont not ono contraband artlolo was Howard Insisted on my putting on tho cold wind All I know sir Is that Adjutant La iron clad thoy called it it was heavy overcoat thon ho led mo to tho room found ropllcd told me to find you HAZEL GREEN KY Ah tho mon woro examined thoy passed and unpalatable but as I had had noth- Â¬ boncath tho Lowor Chlckamauga along tuoho Ross and ho trotted ahead I keeping - April 24 1891 up a rough woodon stairway to tho sec Â¬ ing to oat since loavlng Rristol that which tho prisoners looking moro hag Â¬ close behind ond atory from which camo an uproar morning I devoured tho broad nor heed Â¬ gard for thoir sleep woro forming four At tho foot of the stairs I found Adju which I could not comprohond till I had ed tho bits of cob on which my tooth deop Tho mon woro counted and as tant Latouoho a stout middle aged grated deception was easy with this form of mnn taken tho same way with an air of good living about I had just finished this slmplo ropast I can not think It was design hut roll call Little Rosa ofton had ton him that was In striking contrast with rortaln it Is I was tho last man exam Â¬ and was wondorlng whoro or how tho Yankees moro than thoro should be my friends upstairs ined After I had boon searched and swarms of mon about mo slept when or a half dozen Yankees short but tho tho faces of This way Captain Watts this way from tho southwest corner of tho prison counting was always kopt up till tho sir called out Latouoho as soon as I a voico rang out propor numbor was found camo In sight Nino oclock post numbor ono ani borne tlmo aftor this all tho prlsonors I followed him Into tho prison ofllco alls wolll Lights out up thar Lights were drlvon ovory morning Into tho Un- where I found Major Turner cold and out Yanks nor Potonmn rnrmi nnil nmitrxl nut nnn vriBBvt i wtV SV severo looking General Winder old Oclocc P3t numbor two and ata tlmo Into tho Upper Chlckamauga bearded and bluff and a handsome man all s wolll At thesouthorn ondu of all tho room In citizens dress who I learned was tho Nine oclock Dost numbor threo and thoro wore sinks and spigots but clean private socrotary of tho Confederate alls well -liness was out of tho question Tho And so from post to post around tho room opening from Carey stroot and di- President Goneral Winder motioned mo to asoat prison tho cries of tho guards rang out rectly undor tho lowor Chlckamauga had whllo a band of men who did not ap in it a numbor of old fashioned kitchen In front of tho trio then said Wo sond a flag of truco down tho pear to bo on guard shouted Lights ranges and was known as tho cook river to morrow and with It goes a de Â¬ out till tho last post on Caroy street room A Story of Love and IIUUV IMSON tho had announced that it was nine oclock After wo had wot our facos and hands mand forNow releaso of Captain Frank an old acquaintance of Rront and that all was well and dried them on a much soiled towel answorod tho usual questions Major yours who is on a visit to the Presi- Â¬ With tho ilrst cry of Lights out which theehaplain had leftamong other Turner read over two sheets of letter MAJOH ALlIUM It CALHOUN tho prisoners in tho Uppor Chlckamauga eiTects wo wont down to tho stoves and dent assuros mo that you will tell tho papor they had ovidontly accompanied tho roport of tho olllcor who hal turned rushed to tho crossbeam on which as Howard had given mo all his bread truth about Rrunts caso and I wish to over tho prlsonors and reforred to me blankots and overcoats wero hung and tho night boforo wo would havo gono hear it Who is tho man who knows mo so CONTINUKH for still holding them in his slender began making their beds on tho cold hungry till noon had it not boon for the I asked well wot boards whito hands ho asked kindness of friends who shared with us Goneral John C Rreckonrldge re CHAPTER X Howard had an overcoat and blanket their littlo corn broad and remaining Aint you a Kontuokian plied General Winder Wo woro placed aboard tho cars ono loft him by a chaplain who had been black beans I am I replied Without any hesitation I told my con- Â¬ recently oxchanged and with tho cold morning at Urlstol and shortly You know ono Captain Frank Rront About olovon oclock corn bread nection with Frank Rronts case from former undor us and tho lattor ovor us boans and enough tough beof to give a aftor dark that night wo wero in Rich of tho Partisan Rangers mond At Danvlllo wo woro Joined by I do fow ouncos to each man wero dis- the tlmo I rocolved his sisters lottor till the did I sovoral hundred prisoners who had And you know that ho Is now a pristributed during tho nlno weeks that conceal hour of my capturo Nor groat from thoso prosont tho boon gathorod thoro all as cold oner In tho hands of your people followod wo did not recolvo any moro soorotof my Interest hungry and lighting - mad as our I know all that meat I bellevo your story said General It - T -solves And that ho Is condemned to death jr Still faithful to tho promiso I had Winder whon I had concluded but On tho way to Richmond tho Union Yes yzL mado Carrie Hront and hor brother I under tho circumstances you are the oflloors woro not allowed to communl took tho llrst opportunity I could find to You should know tho lattor for you catp with tho men and on reaching are responsible for It I havo a fullac talk to Lieutenant Scott without being very best man to bo held as a hostage for Rront thoro tho onlisted soldiers woro oountof your connection with thatcaso overheard by tho crowds about us I whom I and Commissioner Ould with Tf t Jl talked about it this morning marchod ovor to Hollo Islo and tho rost here To morrow I shall call tho at told him Franks story and askod for agroes with me For tho present you of us woro sont to Llbby his tention of Jenoral Winder and tho It was aftor dark whon wo bogan tho Government to it You may as well Howard Scott had novnr boforo boon can remain with tho othor prlsonors but tho Rrents oxecutlon walk to tho prison with a compact body know now sir that If a hair of Captain bitter or profano in my presence so will news of Captainyour Immodlato re be followed by t fun AI of guards surrounding us undor tho iHunua huuu ii mjuriu you 111 uio 11K0 a I was quito unprepared for tho tnat u command of a lank chilly looking dog Thats all Ross sond this man r r vindictive wrath ho showed on this oc- Â¬ moval That is all bowed and Goneral Winder Littlo A freezing rain boat into up Lieutenant casion Ross led me back up tho prison stairs our faces from tho northeast and tho Had I captured Frank Rront knowTho closing sontonco of Tumors CONTINUED NEXT WEEK rays from tho swaying gas lamps cut speech was addressed to tho littlo man ing what I now do about him Id havo through tho darkness like shears of who at onco took mo in tow and led mo hung him to tho first troo within roach 5 flaming lanoes ho hissed V W JUSTICE up tho rough white washed stairs Caroy street and thats Castlo whither all the other prisoners had pre Â¬ SCENE AFTEK NINE M You aro Jealous of him because of AT LIHUV Thundor said ono of tho guards in ceded me to tho accompaniment of ever PIUSOV his devotion to Miss Vornon I said roply to a prlsonor In my front but you havo nothing to fear there Increasing shouts yells and stamping wo lay down against the brick wall Oflice on Fairfax Street 4 Door Helow that Thoro was a canal visible to tho right from above soparatod us from tho Upper Potomac am No Captain I am not jealous but I Rei Houe and boyond that a fow yards tho black righteously indignant Frank Rront room W1NC1IKSTEK KY captured mo in Powells Valloy and at jyly swollen flood of tho Jamos Castlo CHAPTKU XI Tho prisoners at the Thundor tho placo of conllnomont for If askod to recall the scone in my past wall all of whom wero other sldo of tho tho time ho said so that ho could not line fellows as I havo boon guilty of John Hardings political prlsonors splos and dosortors life tho scono that will cling most J A TAULBES subsequently learned were I think tho murdor This world will not bo big loomed up a dull brick warehouso to vividly to my memory whllo conscious noisiest tho left Thoro was a closo lino of ness lasts I should say without hesita- Â¬ soon as crowd I ever encountered As onough to hold him and mo onco this the last tallow dip was out ono war is ovor that is if ho is not hung in guards about it and through tho tion it was tho picture presented by my Uppor Potomac man began barking liko tho mean time as he deserves to bo or Hazel Green Wolfe County dimly lit windows of tho gloomy follow prisoners on my first introduc Â¬ struoturo I could soo dark moving tion to the Tower West Room of a dog and this aroused scores of roosters if I do not die in this hole KENTUCKY On boing pressed to glvo tho reason for forms and tho lamp shining full at tho Llbby prison This was the room Into and ducks geese and turkeys Innumer- Â¬ cornor rovoaled in tho second story which tho stairs from Turners ofllco able Then a child began crying and a his dislike Howard continued SAAC W ROSK hundred mon shouted heroic proscripYou know my cousin Georgo Skill southoastorn window a numbor of hag Â¬ led tions for allaying its colic Ill fix It man who was with Rront Woll gard gray faces It was a long wide dismal section of Imaginary mother This Georgo was a flno fellow oven If ho was Attorney-at-La- w Thats Llbby down below to tho the warehouse with a low ceiling sup Â¬ screamed tho by tho vigorous was followod dashing In such company Ono day an old right said tho samo guard in response ported by heavy uprights Fastened to MAYTOWN KY to tho samo questioner these uprights wero a fow loan tallow of something against the wall and a scoundrel namod McKeo who claimed Will practice in the Courts of Morgan and to bo a Union man how I would llko to Wolfe counties Special attention to collec-Â¬ I looked ahead and to tho right a candles from which came enough light roar of savago laughter Wheros Itotty of Rorks Look bo uso a halter on that follow camo to us tions and returns promptly made short distanco bolow Castlo Thunder I to ruveal a mass of ragged pale faced saw n circle of lamps that flashed on mon who stood packed upon tho floor hind tho big gun and find Teed of Read Â¬ with a letter purporting co havo been ing Who stolo Ruivos stays I written by Cousin Georgo and saying tho icy bayonots of moving guards like fish in a basket TJ1 B MAY movo that General Neal Dowgivousa 1 soon learned tho cause of that ho was lying helpless and wounded Out of tho misty bloaknos thoro loomed tho noiso All in ovor in Powolls Valloy I showed tho a hugo squarojmlldlng and many dim and uproar that had preceded mo Tho temperance talk to morrow Attorney-at-La- w favor say Ayol A thundering Aye I camo to view at tho head of lottor to Gonoral Cartor and as tho lights camo with a cold phosphorescent Instant MAYTOWN KY All opposed say No enemy was not beliovod to bo within Will practice in the Courts of Morgan and glow from Its windows to tho west and tho stairs tho ghastly looking throng followed this Tho house Is divided Call the roll fifty miles of tho place ho told mo to Wolfe surged toward mo with such a series of north Captain Moss this joking is monoto Â¬ tako an ambulance find my cousin and lectionscounties Special attention to colliorco yells as I novor boforo heard A fow minutes and wo camo to a stop and returns promptly made havo him sent toour hospltalat tho Gap Halt who comes there demanded though aftorward I beoamo a partaker nous Glvo us a song with a chorus A minute of silence thon a voico whoro ho would bo suro to got good caro tho guard posted at tho north west cor Â¬ In those Indescrlhablo orgies BY ED quiot by contrast replies My doctor I started off undor tho guidance of old Fresh fish Fresh fish Fresh fish nor has forbidden mo to sing on an onipty MclCeo and in reaching the valloy I was tho salutation of tho ragged mob Tho provost guard with prlsonors ATTORNEY AT LAW stomach found myself in Frank Rrents hands replied tho Lieutenant in command I and every man not only of this section CAMPTON KY Rut despito tho medical injunction My cousin had been dead for a month lookod up and saw a Httlo sign at tho but all over tho orison sootnod to htt Captain Ed Moss starts up a song and but Rront forged tho letter so as to trap Will pinctice in the Courts of Wolfe and cornor of tho building on which was tho swelling tho inexplicable chorus of And adjoiniim counties I soon learned that this its chorus about ham fat sizzling in mo Rut the end Is not yet Fresh fish Special attention to legend Llbby Sons Tobacco Facto Tho Howard Scotts oyes flashed and ho be collections and furnishing abstract of titles was tho name applied to prisoners just tho pan makes my mouth water ry This sign creaked above a side door that led Into tho prison ofllco and in from tho front and that ovory man last note Is dying out whon a deop gan biting his mustache T STEELE I folt too much humiliated to toll my through it wo wero marched and halted had to undorgo tho samo form of In- Â¬ barltono voico strikes up Julia Ward Howes Rattlo Hymn of tho Republic itiation friend of tho part I beliovod this samo boforo a dosk llko that presidod ovor by ATTORNEY AT LAW Wheros your baggago Im tho Even tho guards stop their pacing to old McKeo played In my capture but I tho sergeants In night chargo of police porter glvo mo your ehecks Let mo listen It rings through all tho rooms did explain my own situation and as stations Wkst LinrrTY Ky Tho floor was wot and tho lights dim show you to your roomtho best In this of tho wretched prison till tho chorus is serted my bollof that if Frank Rront hotel Keep your hands out of that reached Then from fourteen hundred wero hanged I should bo treated In tho A littlo man whom I afterwards learned Will practice in the counties of Klliott to know as Ross ran out from tho fresh fishs pocket the Johnnies havo recumbont mon tho Glory glory Hal- Â¬ samo way by tho Confodorato authori- Â¬ Morgan Mugofiin Mencfee and Wolfe Ihivo a bath be Â¬ lelujah goes up with a mighty and not ties group of men standing near tho desk loft him nothing fore suppor sir Hot whisky punch unmusical volumo and I fool a glow of Thoyvo condomned Sawyer and out oxcitedly and called F SUTTON heat and forget tho cold wind whistling i lynn to ueatii out tno two mon are Rread or blood Como now gontlomon no crowding and cigars for two With those cries ringing in my ears to through tho Iron bars near by hero In Llbby Lot them bogln tho re- Â¬ Ploasoto register decently and In order MR ATT Y VILIK KY tho accompaniment of shrieks of laugh Captain Watts and theyll Half past ton post numbor ono and taliation Â¬ and prepare to havo your baggage ex tor that had In them nothing of merri alls woll soon loam that that is a gamo two can REAL ESTATE AND COLLECTING amined Tho rovellers In the Uppor Potomac play at roarod an olllcor In my mont I was pulled about and I would Uaggago AGENT Rut what good will that do mo after Woll thats cool Why I havo fallen had not ono of tho mon room aro hushed and tho singors uro Collections and remittances promptly front arm and I am hanged I asked made Cot respondeuce solicited sllont bavont had my baggago since two min- Â¬ seized my get niad whisporod Dont at tho poor follows Howard put both arms around my I lay my hand on Howards face and utes aftor I foil Into your hands At ho moans llko ono In a fovorhh sloop neck and whispered HOUSE least onco an hour since then somo Harry but como with me Tho volco of my guldo was that I wonder how mon can sloop in such a Dont loso heart old follow if they pOMRS guard has gono through mo and except Howard CAMPTON KY that six changed boots seven times and him I Scott I turned and looked k place and conclude that if forced to dont hang you mighty soon Ill show had not seen him for a year remain I must dlo of insomnia you tho road out of Llbby and lead you Â¬ hats fifteen thoyvo all boon disapthen there was not a moro gallant nor a S S COM US IKOPRIKTOIt on tho trail to freedom I listen and along tho ranks packed pointed handhomor young soldier in tho West Tho moro I tried to got the Lieuten so close togother that It Is a surpriso The putrouaye of the traveling nubile is A tall blaok boarded piratical-lookinfollow woarlng tho chevrons of a Now hero ho was thin palo and how ono can turn without forcing tho ant to explain tho moro mysterious he respectfully solicited Table the best and Horgoant leaped Into tho lino of prison- - ragged but with a light In tho lino oyes other to Imitato him I hoar snoring In hecamo till at longth to avoid my im- every attention for the comfort of guests that showed privation had not weakened every koy deop bass snoring that sooms portunities ho called a stranger Introors and shoutod with a coarso oath to como up from tho depths and shrill duced me and turned away Order horo Got in lino Como on his spirit pin ED KELLAM As ho lod mo through tho crowd ho nasal troblos that appear to como down This stranger was Colonol dl Cesnola WITH ono at a tlmo or tharll bo trouble of tho Fourth Now York Cavalry a from the roof Yds gonts ono at a tlmo and docont Introduced mo to other spectral figures M S TIMMONDS Tho wind blowing straight through hundsomo dark faced man who was ly and In ordor called out little Ross any two of whom might havo passed for twins Theso Ujruros asked mo for the tho rooms from tho north has turned distinguished from ovory other ofllcer Â¬ not at all a bad follow as ovory old resi latest news from tho front and all wero tho Iron bars on tho windows Into In prison by tho fact that ho woro a dent of Llbby will confess Major Turnor sat down and propared oager to learn If thoro was any prospect hoarso icollan harps Thoro Is tho warm bluo cavalry tunic trimmed with aplSly POIfLSMOlTH 0 to wrlto Ho was about thlrty flvo yoars of an Immodlato oxchange and seeing never ceasing tramping of guards out- Â¬ fur Tho Colonel was explaining to me of ago dressod in a lino gray uniform time i oouiu glvo them no encourage Â¬ side and every half hour tho cry of that this most desirable garment had E VOUIS been received under flag of truce when Alls woll rings round tho building which llko its woator had novor soon ment they turned sadly uway Representing suddenly It seemed that ovory man In I hear tho challenges as tho rollofs Howard led mo into a room to tho oast sorvlco in tho Hold Ho was of medium Â¬ height slondor smooth faced and with which ho explained was tho lowor mid como on Not a sound escapes me dur prison began shouting my name M ROBINSON CO Captain Watts Captain Watts Caping that long night and I rlso with tho light gray oyes and a cortain something dlo or Lower Chlckamauga Room LOUISVILLE KY in his mannor that donotud a culture tho long apartmonts taking their names first gray dawn my own lungs feeling tain Harry Watts Hendiiuartcrs Mt Sterling Kv where It Is ovldontyou nro wanted by tho from tho armies or battles in which most soro from sympathy with tho painful oven rollnomont explained Colonel i ouiiiuic iu oi samples tntrjk he seen Turnor must havo had tho record ot of tho olllcers woro capturod Tho two coughing I had heard all about mo prison authorities di Cosnola every Union olllcor prosont yotho wont upper rooms to tho east woro known as since tho lights wont out Acting on his direction I mado my CHARLEY QUrSENRERRY Wo over all again and whllo ho asked tho tho Uppor and Lower Potomac WITH way to tho hoad of tho stairs leading CHAPTER XII now vry familiar quostlona as to State wont up another flight of stops and di- Â¬ fig ofllco Horo found still so dim Tho prison and Sergeant Gus rfiwnt and rank Rosgtho mon in prls rectly undor tho raftora wo reached tho uro could not wasdistinguished that a foot down to tho prison on making Imysolf fifty Littlo Ross and bo TnnUr--llla- ok Uppor Chlokamauga whoro Howard Oeorgo hung out and whoro I found many away whon afllo of soldiers with Ulaok known ho said Oft Milled Mm went through all our LEADING CLOTHIERS 0Vln tVy pooketa and very few bundles Tho old friends nlllflooking so changed and Geowro and Littlo Ross n tho lead on- f as ftttGMEN i i Friday Â¬ wmm piJbu War stt-4 taJS Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ rmmm y4 Â¬ - -- S PSS rrft 1 1 1 1 1 Â¬ TR DENTIST Â¬ TR Physician and Surgeon Â¬ I Â¬ A1 Â¬ Â¬ J Â¬ J g Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Wholesale Grocers Â¬ J J - Louis Straus ryof Vp-tnlj- -i A 4 yisiy LEXINGTON KY flwi rf i Jf- - F L u DGPARcmenc Congrossionnl District Oflioial Organ of tho Tenth Ky - - Editor B F DAVIS of Ezol uhom nil communications intended for this department should be addressed jTo STATE OFFICEKS T T Gaiidnkh President Bnrdwoll R F Davis Secretary Ezel CiiAiiLr8 Pack Treasurer Sip W M Bailey Lecturer Gold City EXKCUTIVK COMMITTEE Finchville DISTRICT OFFICERS A J Ringo President Rotliwell S L Kabh Sec Sr Treas Omcr NATIONAL OFFICERS President L L Polk Washington D C Secy J H Tuenku T W R Buowdeu 01 instead II C- - Brown Clinton J Doolin fl supplies A Scarcity of money in tho country Q What effect does a scarcity of money have on the price of property and tho products of labor A As money is a necessity of civili zation and is constantly in demand it is liko commodities subject to the law of supply and demand When money is ficarco and the supply is not equal to the demand it becomes more valuable and those who labor are compelled to part with more of tho products of their labor to obtain a dollar than they would if monoy was plenty Q In what way docs tho Alliance seek relief from tho evils resulting from a scarcity of money A By increasing tho circulating me diumthe moneyof tho country to such an extent that an cquitablo relation will bo established between the value of monoy and tho products of labor and that there will be a sufiicient amount in circulation to transact the business of tho country on a cash basis thus abol Â¬ ishing debt trade Q What effect will this havo on the co operativo trado efforts of the Alli- Â¬ Â¬ Owing to tlio press of work wc will bo unable to keep tho Union department supplied with the proper amount of news Will each sub Union in Eastern c Kentucky elect a correspondent to give the Alliance news and solicit subscribers c for The Herald and forward same to me at Ezel Ky The Herald is only the country SI 00 per year Let every brother sub- Â¬ Q What are the primary causes of scribe at once Fraternally this insufficiency of currency B F Davib A There are several causes 1 At the close of the war we had a INTER STATE ALLIANCE LESSON volume of paper currency of nearly two thousand millions of dollars Over Number Ono for April Question What is the organization twelve hundred millions of this was conknown as tho Fanners Alliance and In- Â¬ verted into long time interest bearing bonds and retired from circulation dustrial Union 2 In 1 873 sil ver was demonetized and Answer It is a labor organization since that time only partially restored as having for its object the protection and advancement of the interests of the a circulating medium 3 The National banks have contractagriculturists of the United States ed their currency to less than one half Q Where when and by whom was of its original volume and seem to wield the first permanent Alliance formed A At Poolville Parker county Tex more power over the financial system and business of the country than the governJuly 28th 1879 by W T Baggett Q What is the history of the growth ment 4 While the currency has been gradof the Order during the early period of ually contracted the population and its existence A Like all great reform movements business of tho country have been conits progress was slow and not until the stantly increasing until the per capita year 1885 did it assume an importance to circulation has decreased from 50 to less than 7 attract much attention Q In whoso interests were the laws Q What seemed to be the causes which led to the organization of the passed for the contraction of the currency and a subsequent scarcity of Alliance A A false system of economic laws money A In the interests of those who con- Â¬ which enforced upon the farmer the ne- Â¬ cessity of debt trade and forced sales of trol the currency and hold the indebted ness of the country the products of his labor Q What effect has this contraction of Q In what way did the Alliance 6eek to remedy this evil the currency upon the indebtedness of A During the early period of its the country A A debt contracted in 18G5 could existence its principal efforts were dihavo been paid in less than half the rected against the middle man It sought to savo the enormous profits products of labor that it would require which the speculator made by introduc- Â¬ to pay it now Hence the effect is the ing a system of direct trade with the same as a law passed doubling the debt and leaving the volume of currency the manufacturer same Q Did it succeed in this Q What is the relative effect of conA Only partially Q What was the cause of this par traction of the currency on the capitalist and producer tial failure A It increases the value of the capA Their inability to abolish debt trade a lack of means with which to italists money while it decreases the purchase for cash such things as were value of land and all the products of labor This is virtually by law transnecessary while making their crops Q In case of failure what were they ferring the property of the producer compelled to do into the hands of the capitalist and is A Fall back upon tho merchant and the worst kind of communism National purchase goods on time Reformer Q What did they finally conclude GuiultiK Strength was the cause of their inability to raLa The prosperity of the Alliance thro the cash with which to purchase their out tho country is indeed gratifying Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ easy terms with which to purchase their supplies Q What effect will this havo upon the wholcsalo and retail merchants A To thoso merchants doing a cash business it will bo highly beneficial Thoso who aro selling goods on long time hccuring tho debt with a mortgage and charging an enormous profit on sales will bo compelled to adopt tho cash sys Â¬ tem or go out of business Q What effect would an increase of the currency havo upon tho business interests of the country generally A It would bo beneficial to every legitimate business interest in the coun- Â¬ try and most especially to thoso engaged in productive enterprises Money which now seeks investment in bonds and other evidences of debt would through a low rato of interest and easy terms seek in- Â¬ vestment in productive enterprises thus developing the Intent wealth of tho nation and giving employment to mil Â¬ lions of idle workmen Tho speculator and usurer alone would suffer any inconvenience from an increase of currency and they would suffer no injustice since their business of speculating on the ne cessities of tho people constitutes them parasites on the productive interests of Â¬ Freu CnliutRo of Silver Must Come Frco coinage of silver has been denied tho people onco more This plainly shows tho utter contempt in which thoy nro hold by tho National Congress and tho necessity for n chango in that body At tho present time such papers as the World Tribuno and others of liko ilk are assorting that tho pcoplo did not really know what they wanted and will now quietly nbido by tho decisions of Wall street and the East Such patron iziug assumption is only possiblo whoro monoy rules Wait until tho outraged pcoplo of this country can reach the men who by trickery and legislative chicanery robbed them of frco silver nnd tho re- Â¬ sult will indicato whether the people wanted frco coinage or not Freo coin Â¬ age is demanded nnd freo coinngo the peoplo will have if they aro compelled to walk over tho political graves of both tho old parties Wall street and New England havo dictated tho policy of tho last Congress they ever will Their power is broken and their sceptro has departed Tho fact is rapidly coming to light that all this difficulty over the Force bill was an effort to defeat free coinage In viow of this cnu any ono doubt tho power of money to opÂ¬ IN EFFECT JANUARY 4th 1891 pENTUCKY CENTRAL RAILWAY 11LUK GUASS HOUTK k N W0MVMM the OLD KENTUCKY Newport News SHORTEST AND QUICKEST ROUTE FROM CENTRAL KENTUCKY TO ALL POINTS ROUTE I mifmtmomMfmM Mississippi Valley Co E D aamnw NORTH EAST WEST AND SOUTHWEST FAST LINE BETWEEN LEXING TON AND CINCINNATI Â¬ WASHINGTON BALTIMORE OLD POINT PHILADELPHIA NEW YORK THE SEA SHORE j8Schedule in Effect Fed South Bound Cincinnati Paris Coviiiutou Lexington 1 15 1891 No 2 Daily Ex tress Le 8 10 am 8 18 am Ar 11 18 am 12 lOnn No J No 4 Aecnm Dally Daily Fst Le Ex Sun 8 00 pin 2 20 pm ft OS tun 2 20 pm 10 23 pm 5 30 pm li wupni fl 20 pm 5 37 jtm 15 pm 7 20 pm 1 And nil Eastern Cities Tho Direct Lino to LEXINGTON ST LOUIS LOUISVILLE KANSAS CITY MEMPHIS Paris Winchester Ar lMehmotid Livingston Cor bin Middlcsborough 11 27 ntn 12 lOnn press Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ ance V A The effect will bo most beneficial It will render it much easier to increase tho capital stock of all co operative en Â¬ terprises and enable tho people to obtain tho cash at all times of the year on From all quarters comes tho word that great progress is being made In those States where tho Alliance has been or Â¬ ganized the longest liko Texas Georgia North and South Carolina the member Â¬ ship is increasing and the brotherhood are unifying to a degree heretofore unknown In all the other organized States with but a few exceptions tho Order is on the gain In States that have just been organized liko California Illinois Indiana and Michigan the greatest activity provails and a general recognition of the necessity nnd benefits of agricultural organizations obtains Iowa was organized as a State on tho 17th instant Now York will follow in a short time and Ohio soon after Ore- Â¬ gon Washington Idaho and Montann aro taking hold of tho work woll while New Jersey and Delaware aro following Wisconsin Minnesota and Ne suit braska aro asking for organizers to com- Â¬ plete tho work already begun Tho Order is on n boom nnd thoso who thought it nn affair of the moment aro now realiz- Â¬ ing tho fact that it has come to stay Let every ono do his or her full duty in helping along this great reform Â¬ Â¬ Bro Farmer are you a member of tho Union Why not join tho Union nnd help deviso means to hotter tho condition of the profession to which jou beÂ¬ long Â¬ Lo 2 35pm 7 45 am Louisville Lexington 010pm 11 40am 5 25pm 6 55pm 12 45pm C 85pm Winchester No 3 No 5 Mt Sterling 7 20pm 1 25pm 7 80pm Daily North Bound Daily 9 03pm 3 85pm 10 15pm Daily Ex Sim Olivo Hill Express 10 30pm C 85pm Ashland 7 00nm Le J Stan lord 3 10 43pm 5 50pm Outtlcttsburg 7 50 ntn ee a Lancaster Huntington Ar 11 07pm 6 25pm 1015 am Ar oe Richmond 8 15nm WK8T HOUND Le Jellieo a2Z 8 50 urn Williamsburg Le 11 21 nm 12 50mn Corbin Charleston Ar c 0 35 urn 1 10pm Huntington 0 OOnm You must prove your faith by your Cuinltd GapLc H t 25 am Cattlettsburg 129pm 0 25am Middlcsborough G t45mn works Do you attend tho meetings of a a o 9 25 am Ashland 140pm 6 35nm Corbin H 5 Olive Hill Do you keep Livingston your Union regularly 2 58pm 8 47nm 8 45am Ar Coo 11 05 am Mt Sterling 4 32pm 10 52nm 0 25am Do you let your voice Livingston your dues paid 11 15 am Le Winchester 5 12pm 11 45nm 715am Hiclimond Le i 05iim 12 4Gnm be heard in the meeting of your Lodge Lexington Ar 5 45pm 12 40pm 8 10am Winchester Ar G 55 am 1 40ptn Louisville Ar 9 15pm 4 50pm 12 15pm Do you indorse nnd support all the de Â¬ Paris 7 45 am 2 33 pm Le 7 00 am 2 uu pm 3 45 pm Lexington mands of the County State and National Limitkd Vkbtiuulkd ExwtK88 runs daily 7 53 am 2 45 pm 4 25 pin rnris and has meeting If not you aro not a good Covington Ar 10 41am 5 40 pin C 37 pm between Vcstibuled Pullman UnfTot Sleepers Louisville Ar 10 50 am 5 50pm G 45 pm New York nnd OldLexington Washington Alliance man Cincinnati Point Comfort This train is made pnrt of tho celebrated My brother if you dont protect your W L MUNSON Trnv Pass Agt Cincinnati Ohio V interest who do you suppose will do it you East of Huntington on the C S R Knott C P Atmoius O route for Gen Pass Agt Traflic Mannger L U ATTENTION F- Fart Mail Trains run daily except Suu General Oillecs Louisville Ky day between Lexington nnd Huntington Make direct connections nt Huntington with S F B Morkk Asst Gen Pass Agt Itend Whnt Stnte Secretary Vnvln Una to C AO At Ashland with S V Ity At Office Chamber of Commerce Building Suy About Th Herald Winchester with K C It It north and Cincinnati Ohio to the memher8 op the farmers and No 2 south bound nnd nt Lexington with L A Daily to nil points except Rowland N L S and 0 N O TP Itajlroads Larouers Union ov Kentucky Division which is daily except butiday Brethren In June 1887 when the No 1 Runs daily from Lexington to CinLkxinoton and Olivr Him Accomo dation daily except Sundny Connects at State Alliance wns organized at Ezel we cinnati Winchester to nnd from K C points nnd No 2 Runs daily had 42 sub Alliances three County AlliNo 5 Runs daily from nil stations ex nt Lexington with L S R It for Louisville ances nnd an estimated membership of cept the Rowland Division which is daily For Aill informntion in regard to Rates 600 Wo were without funds and almost except3 Sunday except Sunday Routes etc apply to any Agent of this or Daily No Many of the best farNo 4 Daily between Cincinnati nnd Lex connecting lines or to without friends ington mers in tho State looked on the Alliance C L Bimwn Nob 2 nnd 0 make connections nt Win II E Huntington V P nnd G M G P A as a visionary scheme of some designing chester for points on the N N fe M V K D LKXINGTON KY No 2 Carries through cars from Cincinpersons to forward their own personal nati to Middlcsborough nnd Cumberland ends They consequently stood aloof Gap and nil intermediate stations mid runs G W IUbney W 8 HAimieoN G A Lexington Ky G A Ahland Ky daily refused to enter the organization and Â¬ not knowing the intention of tho Alliance The undersigned accompanied by Bro J E Quicksnll who had been elected WITH President of tho State Alliance waited on Mr Spencer Cooper editor of the Second Term Began Feby 9 1891 Hazel Green Herald who kindly GO JULIUS BENCKENSTEIN gave us an Alliance department in his Hazel Green Aendemv nflnrn tin mini ail paper and promised us any assistance in vantages in n Whh Knomhii ooursk In- uiiiuiiik Limn n inorougn iiUHWEBH course his power By this means tho order was II COMlIKTK TRAOHKIIS COUItHK Our Knir Manufacturers and Jobbers of brought prominently before the farmers Huh Course is thorough und prepares for entrance into Kentucky University and col The result was of Eastern Kentucky leges of that class Our Tenchcrs Course that in the twelve months following the embraces nil tho branches within tho Com mon School Law together with Talks and Allianco had increased from 42 subordi Lectures on School Topics Our Business and three county organizations to date Course prepares for the business trnnsactlons 15 County and 8G5 subordinate Lodges of every day life nnd for special positions ns clerks book keepers nccouutauts etc and increased in membership from GOO Wo today havo 88 to nearly 5000 Ratks ok Tuition per Session of 5 Months payable one half on entering school the county nnd 2400 sub Unions in Ken- Â¬ other half at middle of the term tucky and an approximate membership FIRST GRADE 5 00 of 100000 and new Unions nro being SECOND GRADE 7 CO organized at the rato of ten a week THIRD GRADE 10 00 FOURTH GRADE 12 60 Mr Cooper has again offered us a de Â¬ FItKB TUITION given to one student partment in The Herald nnd in assum from each of the twenty mountain counties upon presentation of certificate of good do bo with a full ing control of it wo NO103 WEST PEARL STREET moral standing signed by the County Judge realization of our inability to do justice nnd County Superintendent Only two stu Â¬ dents have nppliod for freo tuition this year to it and shall bo largely dependent on CINCINNATI O Good Board oan be obtained at from the brethren of tho various Unions to 200 to 250 per week furnish tho news correspondence c MB Puplls from a dUtance will be aader for this department the supervision of the Principal of the nullum Wo hopo our members will subscribo Teachers of Public Schools Do ypu want Â¬ for The Herald and induce their neigh to prepare yourselves for hotter work In your profession Do you want to be a trite Wo should patronizo bors to Hiibscribo teacher If so attend school at the Hasel homo paper and thus help to build our Green Acndemoy and take our Normal Courso during tho Winter and 8pring We up our country and our order and edu- Â¬ ofler you better advantages at a lees ex cate ourselves and children This wo than any school in the mouutains of can not do unless wo read ientuoky You oan kntkh at any timk patterns In 8amtle Pens different 4 Teaoliori Course Inoludesall theeomwon a NfrlfelJPlHtod Match IIox The Herald has proven tho friend of school studies with Talks and LeetHrM seat post paid on receipt of 10 CENTS the peoplo of Eastern Kentucky and it A rvkimai iivht on school tonic CO London eiiaim PERRY for teachers was arranged at the beginning should receive tho undivided support of of the second term February 9 U 8 umee 810 Bretewar New York tho people You are not satisfied with MOONn and EerSold nt Tuk II eh AM ofllco at 10c a third clash Wo wish to return our thanks to other okhtificatkn f I Do not be dozen or 75o a gross Call and purchase content with anything lees than first claim1 papers in Eastern Kentucky that havo some If you would make writing easy lIKST ORADR kindly given us space nnd spoken words 51 For further information addreee H9MO0 yttr U bln mult by Jebn R Uoo4vlaTrojrNYal work fur v Kttdir of cheer to tho members of tho Union no ntk it muchbul romox WM H CORD tin Lcb jrouqulckljr borr tottm from ft to Wo commend them to tho people as Aug 29 1800 10 dr th lUrt nd mot ttya go PRINCIPAL In n xit of ob Bvtn mi nil worthy of their patronage Anric70uraouBimtDt boweflrlo Inf all your llnif tt pr nvrntst Mir With inalico to none and lovo to all Ik work All imw Orul y MHKfor BULLS HHrwoikK W lrt you ftmUMng 1 Fratornally I am TrylMny KACUIY UVVXUilX UtmtX beft 1AKTICUIAMH Vhfr At4fttMK reiki j MAIJK B ttflSMM There are 500000 men employed in the mines of England Scotland and Wales Of these 800000 are organized nnd are represented by five members in Parlia- Â¬ ment Laborers throughout tho civilized world aro combining1 to forco their interests to tho front and nro determined to be recognized in the law making department of government Â¬ Jellieo 3 05 pm 4 50 p m 7 25 pm Cumberland Git 7 50 p m Le 4 50 pin Corbin Williamsburg 5 45 pm 135 pm CHATTANOOGA And nil Points West nnd Northwest nnd South nnd Southwest Lancaster Stanford Kiebmond Ar 620pm Le 1 50 pin 4 45 pm Ar 5 20pm No 1 east HOUND Fast Fast MM Acconi Express Dally Dally Daily ex Sun ex Sun - HS -- F F Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ rl J P ROGERS HAZEL GREEN ACADEMY 11 Â¬ BOOTStSHOES RUBBER WOONSOCKET AGENCY Â¬ 0P STEEL PENS ft V nnu F Da via 3 S 1 f HORSE v f tfkTUlVt iriuyel j v i V 7iwygw i wTPirV IT1 3T VVT Kvt V- - P1 ifmiipffl- jAlford being the only can didate for Lieutenant Governor tho presumption is that all the county con Editor volitions in tho State will instruct for Hon M him Hazel Green Heeald BlPKHOER COOPER 0 Â¬ 4Hk KY bl Friday HAZEL GREEN - SA April 24 1891 FOR LIBUTENANTGOVKKNOK HON M C t pntronage can divert his devotion from it and it loos seem that such a cham Â¬ Tho gubornntorinl nomination is conce pion for tho common weal should have ded to Mr Brown if wo nro to judge from tho unanimous support of the people tho tono of tho State press There nro not a dozen papers but endorse his candidiicy From present indications Hon M 0 in clnrion notes thut stir the soul of all Alford will bo tho only candidate for the Domocrnts and in turn the masses nro ofiico of Lieutenant Governor before the shouting loud and long for him His State convention and this compliment championship of tho peoples cnuso in to him is only a just recognition of his evory crisis has convinced the chivalric services to tho party in the past The sons of this proud old Commonwealth Democratic party always true to its that ho has not an equal to espouse their friend favors Mr Alfords nomination cause in any contest Tho knights of by acclamation because of his fealty to olden times novor listed among their its overy interest in tho past and the number a more gallant or inviuciblo confidence they have in him assures the lance than John Young Brown when same fidelity for tho future Few men ho throws down his glove to tnko up tho in Kentucky have succeeded in gather peoplos causo and nover did a vizor cov Â¬ ing about them such an enthusiastic fol- Â¬ er a countenanco that beams with such lowing as Mitch Alford and the reason joy as his when ho wins tho poor citizens is perhaps that none have deserved so J lis fight against tho rich corporation well of the people Wo point with wholo life has been spent in the magnan Â¬ pride to his record and challenge any imous prosecution of monopolies when citizen of the Commonwealth to show ever tho poor man was wronged and that he was ever recreant to a trust re the only fee ho would recoivo was tho posed in him Every man attending the friendship of the poor souls ho had res State convention can cast his vote for cued from tho rich which he prizes more Alford and feel only the better for the than gold Once while ho was in Con Â¬ doing so and we hope to see him nomi- Â¬ gress a poor man whom he knew became nated by acclamation involved in a civil suit which threatened to ruin him Mr Brown came home From the Hustler of last week we took tho caste and saved his client from learn that the Jackson Academy has been the clutches of tho capitalist who was trying to crush him and did all tho work bought by the Central University of without any charge whatever Ho hns Kentucky This school was founded by nlwnya beon on tho side of right ns the faithful labors of Kev J J Dickey Â¬ against might and in all candor we ask the present efficient editor of tho Hustler but owing to the failuro of Mr if as much can be said of the other can- Â¬ Dodge to contribute as much as ho prom Â¬ didates Fellow citizens your course is ised tho Academy company was unable clear and if you make a mistake do not to make payment in full for the build- Â¬ bjamo us with it ing While on account of this Mr Dickey was prevented from carrying out Tho Farmers Alliance and Laborers his original plan yet the people of Enst Union of Leo county struck a chord that om Kentucky owo him an unending will reverberate through tho hills and debt of gratitudo for his untiring work hollows of this beloved section md find in establishing this school at a central sweetly chorusing voices in every com- Â¬ point from which education will bo dif Â¬ munity in this grand old Commonwealth fused among tho mountains Tho Uni Even if tho Alliance never succeeds in versity will develop tho Academy as accomplishing anything else should they rapidly as possible into a college giving perfect the free school system in Eastern tho regular courso and granting degrees Kentucky and especially in tho mounTho work of improving the grounds and tains thoy will have accomplished a most building will begin this spring a board- Â¬ noblo work Thousands of children now ing hall will bo added and tho school growing up and thousands yet unborn will open under tho University in Sep- Â¬ will bless the Order for tho stand it has tember next taken in this matter and as their worthy work materializes happy homes in tho Duiuocnitlo Mnss Convention mountains will everywhere echo and re- Â¬ Pursuant to a call of the Executive echo tho plaudit Well done good and Democratic Committee of the Stato of faithful servants Tho freo school sys Kentucky tho Democrats of Wolfe Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ OP PAYETTE COUNTY Subcct to notion of the Democratic Party ALFORD The friends of tho frco school system in this State should everywhere rally to tho support of Col John 0 Hodges for Superintendent of Public Instruction That ho is moro sincerely devoted to the common school interests of Kentucky than any man today within her borders is a truth absolutely undeniable Jlis life work has been devoted to their de Â¬ velopment and ho holds that tho free schools should hnvo oyery good citizens support first last and all the time No other interest can come between him and the free school no amount of money or Citizens flu tioiiiilBoiik WINCHESTER KENTUCKY PAID UP CAPITAL Mi eiS ill Mk 17500000 -- o WASH MILLER iM MM I 1 -- liPlPs A H PRESIDENT S W WILLIS VICE PRESIDENT HAMPTON CASHIER J W POYHTER ASST CASHIER oCo Hns ample facilities for doing a general banking business So- Â¬ licits deposits makes collec- Â¬ tions gives prompt and careful attention to all business entrust- Â¬ ed to it and extendsjlto its cus tomers the most liberal accom Â¬ Â¬ modations consistent with rect banking business An Inspiration or Young Men Western Kentucky has a candidate in tho person of Hon John Young Brown who is as gallant a knight as ever joust-Â¬ ed a lance in a political tournament Ho would make a Governor in whom the interest of the wholo people would be safe and would honor and dignify the high office He is making a remarkable canvass of the State making speeches that rival in excellence any that have been delivered by the nations statesmen His course in life is an inspiration to every young man who is seeking a name and placo in the estimation of his coun- Â¬ trymen and a proud position in the State Ho is eminently qualified to adorn any position in American public life and it is becoming generally conceded that he will out distance all of his competitors and will occupy the chair of State for tho ensuing four years Calhoon Courier Â¬ cor- Â¬ J TAYLOR DAY FLOYD DAY KELLY B DAY J T DAY AND -- CO - HAZEL GREEN KENTUCKY f WHOLESALE Largest Stock RETAIL Lowest Prices 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 LEXINGTON KY West Short Street A Model Restaurant in Almost Every Feature 12 Mr Clnyrt Mlittuko Mr Clay has allowed himself to make the mistake of discussing a subject upon nslf stem is the bulwark of American liborty and independence tho foundation rock of future greatness for generations to come after us and it should bo freely fostered without fear or favor by overy freeman Every man whoso heart holds tho milk of human kindness for his fellow man coincides in tho course of the F L U in this matter and evory man should co- Â¬ operate in tho causo they espouse Wo herowith reproduco tho resolution above referred to and recommend that all good citizens emulato tho example- it sets forth It is our indispensable duty to renovato and rcstoro to tho highest point tho common school system in tho Tenth Congressional district of Kentucky it being tho greatest powor within our con- Â¬ trol to protect us against ignorance im Â¬ morality and vice - i t iV t ISc L Tf yuuui ui There will bo but ono moro issue of The Herald boforo tho Democratic county conventions aro hold and it is important that evory Democrat who can do m should attend That every county in Eastern Kentucky will support Judgo Swaugo in his raco for Register of tho Land Oilico is pretty generally u tutor stood and this being tho case it looks like it would bo tho proper thing for the county conventions in this section to instruct for him Ho lias made a thor ough canvass of tho Stnto and developed such strength in every section of it that a solid Apport from Eastern Kentucky will probably give him tho nomination on Um Aral bUt Lot overy Democrat but do his duxyjBy him and our candl- V U DIM iiUo next Register of covnty will meet in mass convention at tho court house in Campton at 2 oclock i M May the 2nd 1891 for the pur- Â¬ pose of selecting delegates to represent Wolfe county iu the Stato convention to bo held at Louisvillo on tho 13th day of May 1891 to nominate candidates for tho various Stato offices to bo voted for at tho August election 1891 All Dem Â¬ ocrats of tho county aro specially re quested to bo present as this is au important election and tho will of the masses of the Democracy of the Stato should bo expressed in tho County con- Â¬ ventions and adhered to and fairly rep Â¬ resented by delegates in tho State con- Â¬ vention that when nominations aro mado peace and harmony may provail and tho nominees receive tho full party voto in August Democrats look well to your own intorests Â¬ which he is thoroughly ignorant He claims that Dr Clardy in supporting the railroad propositions voted upon in No- Â¬ vember 1888 in Christian county was taking sides against the peoplo and in favor of monopoly If Mr Clay had taken tho pains to inform himsolf he would have found that the propositions were fought long and fiercely by tho most powerful monopoly in the county and that tho people were trying to secure competition to relieve themselves of bur- Â¬ dens imposed by a discriminating corpo- Â¬ ration It is well for tho Blue Grass candidate that Dr Clardy was not present when he exposed this vulnerable point He would not have left enough of Mr Clay to build a dirt daubers nest Hopkinsvillo Kentuckian Â¬ SEATING CAPACITY 150 Mobile Counts Fresh Oysters at all seasons IUue Points Saddle liockd 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 a Miller Improved Ilange the finest in the world with eighteen fires six bteaming attachments 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 CENTS Â¬ Kentucky A hearty welcome and the most courteous treatment to all GUS LUIGART Proprietor LEXINGTON- nov21ly J M KELLY President WM BRIGHT Secretary and Treasurer WHENEVER YOU VISIT CALL ON THE Lexington Foundry Go 99 EAST MAIN STREET Shop K U RAILROAD Joseph C Lykixs Chairman Democratic County Commit teo for Wolfo county MakuK n Mountain or u aiolu Hill Office Tho Champion or tho Peoplo Hon John Young Brown has never ridden on a freo pass although ho was repeatedly offered them while a member They are operating THE LARGEST FOUNDRY AND MACHINE SHOP IN THE of Congress and he has never been an STATE east of Louisville attorney for a railroad On tho other All kinds of BOILER AND ENGINE REPAIRING SKILLFULLY hand he has recently won ft splendid vic- Â¬ Tin lowest living miens J M KELLY President tory for his native town against the rich corporation known as tho Henderson Office 99 EAST MAIN STREET Foundry on K U RAILROAD 80000 B Bridgo Company recovering Ho has been all his life tho champion of tho people in their warfare against mo-Â¬ Elizabethtown News nopolies near 7th St 2JfcDONE at J JUeXlIlgTjOIl Ttxr WHOLESALE MANUFACTURING DRUGGSSTS Mr Clay went to llussellvillo to ans wer Dr Clardys oxposuro of his record by n counter attack All he could say was that Dr Clardy had voted for a local railroad tax in his own county where railroad competition is so badly needed Tho peoplo of Christian county are tho best judges of whether Dr Clardy was right or not and thoy olectod him by a KY CATLETTSBURC In accordanco with tho law Tho Largest Drug House in tho Ohio Valley tho legal voters of tho town of Hazel Manufaoturors of 228 REMEDIES that aro Sold by tho Dozen Green are hereby notified that on May 16000 Square Feet of Floor Room 28 Hands Employed ttttttt-te-tt2 1891 Saturday an election for a full JifSole proprietors of thu famous x S Sole proprietors of M0440tt0640 the renownedtjX Board of Trustees a Polico Judge aud n O o uiMnnn vinuev nnnmii ii 5 NEPVFTKINO imuiii1 vwriv Marshal for tho town of Hazel Green for The only remedy that is sold on an alibo For the permanent cure of Talus iu the guarantee to cure nil rains and Hack ami all disorders of the Kidno tho onsuing two years will bo held at tho iuto ramps mm Colic Diarrhoea Dys Aehes and Urinary Organs Thoubauda of ceV storehouse adjoining tho storo of Rose entery etc Used internally and exter S tifieates of those uho have used thist Stvango said election to be held between anally The hest Liniment iu the world2 f remedy will lm sent on application 5 1 P1UCB L5 CENTS WUCK SI06 tremendous majority although it has tho hours of 9 oclock A M and G oclock I beon a Republican county by nearly a p M By order of tho Board SSyFou Sam n Drug Storks akd Country Storks Evkrywiikri YBh thousand This local matter will not Spencer Cooper Clerk draw public attention from Mr Clays S1 enr TTTTT I TTTilT A T 11 i8 onl the boHta local flml lt i8 acknowledged XiiXJLtJjy to be Subscribo for The Herald and get all record on matters which pertain to tho paper published totlaiv in Kentucky Subscribo now and catch tho good things It will contain this year tho news only 1 a year in advance whole State Farmers Home Journal Â¬ Notice 44ttW46 uw J U I J lJ ill ViJ - it fjjjavtiiiJiummJHemwu m numar IMWHMIJHjmBWUllJIMUIIUU rwimi Tho proceedings of Morgan county F L U reached us top Into for this issuo of our paper but they will appear next week Hazel Green Herald iiinl Ifrmt larger circulation in Wolfe Moigun Dreatliitt tlmii till other papers In the State mid merchants n Mt Sterling Win Chester Lexington Louisville mid Chichi natt will liml it Tin iikst mkdium through which to secure Mountain Trade ADVERTISING KATKS TKAX8IKNT fil ALIi TltANSIKNT ADVKHTISING MUST niJ PAID Itf ADVANCE 8TANDINCJ AnVKnTISKMKNTS 0 00 12 mouths 1 inch 10 00 3 inches 12 00 3 inches 1 Advertisements inserted for less than 3 lnonths will he 75 cents an inch for the llrst insertion mid 25 cents an inch for each sub sequent insertion Â¬ R Liberal rates on larger advertisements made known on application Obituaries tributes of icsjuCt etc 3c a line Count six words to the line and send money with the manuscript We will write obituaries and publish at 5 cents a line and get particulars Local notices to be interspersed among reading matter 5 cents a line with a dis The Lexington Transcript wants tho count of 5 per cent where they run a month K U road to run summer excursions to or more Marriage and death notices not exceeding Torrent station in this county It says ten lines solicited nnd published fme About 55D BIM8 VOll IIKGUIjAK ADVKHTISING to the managers of that road lAYAHIK QUAUTEIILY ON DEMAND sixty five miles up your road thero is one COOPEII Address of the greatest tunnels in the State Hazel Green Ky Within two hundred yards is a waterfall Â¬ 6inches inches inches 13 IK 17 60 20 00 Breeders should not forget that tho triumphal trio of trotting Btnllions is to bo found at Ashland Park stock farm near Lexington Ky each of tho three being a king in royal blood Some fann Â¬ ers complain that they are too far nway but that will not hold good ns every ono knows there can be no excellence with Â¬ out labor And even if it is a little trouble tho expenso may bo so lessoned by a half dozen farmers clubbing together that none of them will feel it It will not pay of courso to send common marcs so far from homo to breed but if farmers will send tho good ones they will reap a rich reward from tho produce It is just ns cheap to raise a 500 coltns a 50 ono and altogether moro satisfactory when a man comes to count his income after he makes a sale Write to Mr Trcacy Littlo Horald Pioratt had a very sovcro attack of spasmodic croup Wednesday night but Dr Taulbce was called in and soon rclioved him Willio Knsh who baa been attending school here for a Rhort while left Wed ncsday for Clay City where ho will probably clerk for his uncle Sid Mnpel who is running a hotel at that place iii iii Your Fore to Winchester Will cost you nothing if you will take advantage of WE WILL ALLOW A J M Rose reports cattle as selling nt Mt Storling Monday at from 2Jc to 4c Ho and his brother sold about 70 at an average of 8Jc Thero were about 400 on the market nearly all of which sold Harlaud Camptou route to tho Indian Territory prospect- Â¬ ing Tho former has two brothers thero engaged in the practice of medicine and teaching Lexington Transcript nnd Harvey Stamper of were in the city yesterday en Discount of 10 per Gent ON ALL GOODS PURCHASED PROM US ri- - - SlSTrlt ANNOUNCEMENT We are authorized to announce GEORGE W DRAKE as a candidate for Sheriff of Wolfe County subject to action of the DemÂ¬ ocratic party JAMES K ROBERTS of Lcc county is it candidate for the State Senate in this the 31th Senatorial district subject to the ac tion of the Democratic party Â¬ John H Pierntt nnd John attended court nt Mt Sterling Monday Rev E P Mickel will preach nt Gill more next Sunday at 11 oclock am and 3 M Rose r m Thero are several cases of measles in town Willie Jimmie and Pearl Day have them T F Carr the little jeweler of Ezel paid our office a pleasant call Tuesday Henry Picratt and W T Swango took a bunch of cattle to the Mt Sterling and settled for a big list of subscribers He also inserted a handsome advertise- Â¬ market Monday ment which will be found elsewhere and Aunt Sallie Trimble is reported to be incidentally informed us that he has a some better than last week but she is corner on school books which he is sell Â¬ still confined to her bed ing at less prices than anybody For in- Â¬ he bells for 110 a book that J M Conroy of Mt Sterling sells stance students 140 elsewhere Give costs the best saddles nnd harness to be had in him a trial when you need books clocks Kentucky all his own work watches or anything of the kind The many friends of Squire Moses Dr J F Lockhart the dentist who Lacy will regret to hear that he is dsin has his headquarters at the residence of gerously ill from consumption J H Pieratt is turning out some very Mrs W T Whalcy of Reattyville is handsome work No dentist who ever attending the bedside of her sick mother visited this section has had such scien- Â¬ Mrs W P Trimble of this place tific appliances for furthering his pro- Â¬ fession and certainly none ever carried a Rev J Z Haney will preach at Beth more complete stock of first class dental salem Upper Grassy on the first Sunday materials Dr Lockhart will remain in May at 11 oclock a m and 8 p m here only a short time and those needing Rev J T Pieratt will preach nt the dental work of any kind should avail of Dr Nickcll school house on Blackwater the present opportunity to see him Sunday at 1030 a m and nt Ezel Sun Â¬ Eugene Busby who has been instruct- Â¬ day night ing tho Hazel Green cornet band for tho Elder W L Lacy will begin a pro- past four weeks has signed a contract as tracted meeting at old Grassy church band leader of tho C L Phillipu spe- Â¬ near James Roses on Friday evening cialty combination and will leave here before the first Sunday in May Sunday morning for Mt Sterling where he will spend a few days with his family Young man if you are out of a job before assuming his new duties Mr write to John C Ogden Somerset Ky Busby is a firRt class musician a gentleand you will likely hear something that man withal and his many friends here will both interest and recompense you wish him abundant success in his new field of labor Judge Swango is home visiting his Â¬ Â¬ Our young friend Jimmie Day has been wrestling with the measles since our last issue Knox Roberts of Bcattyvillo is far the only announced candidate for a hundred and fifty feet high The sur- Â¬ Senator from this district Mr Roberta roundings are wild and weird There is highly spoken of by those who best are caves that mastodons could crawl know him and if elected to tho position into The flora is not surpassed in the will provo a worthy representative State Give some cheap excursions and Taylor and Floyd Day accompanied picnics there No charge for this by A P Lacy left Sunday for Bcatty Â¬ Complaint comes to us that the post Â¬ villo to negotiate tho sale of several masters at White Oak and Jackson res hundred logs which they have at that pectively are in the habit of loaning out place They will probably also visit to persons who are not subscribers copies Clay City and transact some business of The Herald mailed to regular sub- Â¬ before their return scribers at those offices and that often Every once in a whilo obituaries aro subscribers thus fail to receive their papers at all Now the postoffice laws sent to this office unaccompanied by tho are very stringent with regard to this fee A glance at our table of rates will and if the postmasters have done as show that we charge tho nominal price charged we hope they may do so no of 3c per lino for this work and we hope more forever That we mail the papers those sending copy of this kind will here- Â¬ after send the money also referred to is a fact most positive so Â¬ J J Ringo president of the Tenth Congressional district F L U was a guest of his brother W W Ringo Wednesday night and is a prospective candidato for the State Senate on the Democratic ticket If he concludes to make the race his announcement will appear in this paper A 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 No 5 Main Street WINCHESTER KY Green Berry Swango of Wolfe and member of tho Constitu- Â¬ tional convention was in town yesterday making friends Mr Swango is a candi dato for Register of the Land Office as a Democrat and is well qualified for tho position he seeks Ho was doorkeeper of tho House in 1887 8 Williomstown Hon county Will Winchester Ky iAL ftitiiiiJU atari U0M Courier Rev E P Mickel preached at tho Presbyterian church in this place Mon Â¬ day and Tuesday nights Wednesday night Elder Clark of the Mt Sterling Christian church filled the pulpit of the same church and Thursday night Bro Mickel again preached and this morning left to fill other appointments Elder Clark will continue here over Sunday beginning his protracted services in a meeting at tho Christian church this Friday night J Spencer Cooper Dear Sir Enclosed you will find money order for One Dolbetter lar for which you will please send me Mr Green Kerry Swango of Wolfe county a candidate for Register of the your valuable paper for one year Di- Â¬ Land Office was in town on Monday rect same to Cincinnati Ohio in care of Chatt R P O Lancas Â¬ Cin mingling with the Democracy Yours very respectfully ter Record M S Chain Judge Sam Patrick of the Common During the thunderstorm last Satur- Â¬ Pleas court was a guest of the Day House- Sunday Ho was en route to day afternoon Silas Kash of this place West Liberty whore he is holding court had a valuable horse killed by lightning and many persons about here felt the this week shock At Goodwins chapel the church Miss Ronnie Kash daughter of J M building was slightly damaged by tho and Mrs Ellen Kash has been quite sick fiery fluid and a horse belonging to with fever for a week past but we are Andy Tolliver was struck but wo hnvo glad to stato that she is now much bet Â¬ not learned whether it was killed or not ter thanks to good nursing AT THIS OFFICE Notice Tho stockholders of Hazol o Our young friond Charley Ringo of Green Fair Association nro hereby noti NOTEHEADS Cornwell was hero last Friday and sub fied that thero will bo an election held in LETTERHEADS scribed for Tin IIhiiald Charley owns Hazel Green on Saturday May 2 1891 BILLHEADS a largo boundary of timber in Menefee for a Board of Directors for said Associ Â¬ STATEMENTS and ho and a brother have a saw mill ation and all stockholders are requested SALE BILLS to bo present at 2 oclock p m sharp cutting it into lumber O 4 18 91 Â¬ - family and friends just now nnd thinks his chances for the nomination for Regis Â¬ ter as good as anybodys if not a little Fifth Division Cin Railway Mail Service 1 Not a Fnko Journal is n question Is it another fake the friends of the Dominion Illustrated Â¬ hnvo frequently to answer with regard to THE WIJSTN FURNITURE CO the prizo competition inaugurated by tho quarters publishers of that journal for the current JAMES B TIPTON JAMES KENNEDY six months Tho publishers have them- Â¬ selves given tho best answer to that by PBVSffitt EfctfFfl W1 publishing tho list of prizes Thero are VliULV 100 aggregating in value over 3000 DEALERS IN- Tho first is 750 in gold and the smallest is valued at 5 The competition con- Â¬ sists in finding in current numbers of the journal tho answers to thirty six ques- Â¬ PAINTS OILS VARNISHES AND BOOKS AND STATIONERY tions six of which aro published each month On receipt of 12 cents in stamps MT tho publishers tho Sabiston Litho ETThe prescriptions nnd orders of Doctor especially solicited and given special Pub 0 Montreal will send sample copy caroaud attention in compounding febO ly Nonu but pure medicines nnd drugs used 1 with full particulars Wo have added largely to our stock and now occupy two large buildings and carry as complete a lino of goods as can be found in any city If you havent time to make tho trip to our city write and we will send cuts or samples of any of tho many arti- Â¬ cles that we carrv When you do come down mnke our store your head FURNITURE CARPETS WALL PAPER China Glass and Queensware UNDERTAKING TSMmmmfi iOJaiMJLvH ill -- Pure Drugs Medicines Chemicals STERLING KY ranrnm MINUTES Oil IIIIINU NM JNIMENT V fiAiiitftriiviB I Hill 1 I mm lol IGHTNIN6 r HHHj Â¬ Â¬ FDR MAN OR BEAST PEZWWSTi RiHAfWtf TAYLftMfjG rrMO -- John Evans Frank Tyler and John Howerton will engngo extensively in ag Â¬ ricultural pursuits this year and this announcement has already affected the price of corn for fall delivery as it is utterly impossible to tell what a quantity this triumvirate trust may put upon the market Spencer Cooper ltd President- 5 Our friend Brcck Hill writes us from Bcattyvillo that his private business matters will prevent him from making tho rnco for State Senator This we very much regret for ho certainly would have made us a good one Any and everything at tho lowest prices TNR J F LOCKHART TRIMBLE BROS WHOLESALE GROCERS JdrConniuiiMtsnU of ProdHc and the iwtrenae of Mountain IrkiuiU FtvMt v iujiy wiitiiM nu mil umeuon guarniuvvu wrlx MT STERLING KY EZEL KY 0P jl n j4t 11 m J u 1 I A t Hazes Gheen Herald JPJBNOlt COOPER t HOW ZULU WOMEN Their Noerite SEW Editor KY Friday HAZEL GREEN - April 24 1891 C PMW ijAm MEXICOS SYSTEM OF PEONAGE Contrary to Law hut Cnrrlotl ou Without Molestation A IK VVV J V system of peonage or shivery 1b ex Â¬ wator until it is quito soft and is then tensively carried on In Chiapas and its boaton botwoon two smooth stonos which causos it to soparato into flla workings are novel and interesting The slaves nearly all come from the monta which can thus bo obtained of BSy Read the following club rates and middlo class of Spaniards and are not any strongth and thicknoss Tims tho seud in your subscriptions at once Indians as Is generally supposed Tho sonnistross has a considorablo amount Hazel Gueex Heiiald and 01 On usual custom is for a family who may of labor boforo sho commences with tho Weekly Co ukier Journal j JIQUi roal work In hand This done sho havo a boy 10 or 14 years of ago to take squats on tho ground for no nativo Address SPENCER COOPER the Child to some plantation owner or stands to work or do any thing olso family of tho first class and propose that Hazel Green Ky it shall take a position as servant on who can possibly holp it and taking r n0Ul uoros two noios In tho ItJUAO THIS TWICE condition that an advance of 810 or S15 or garmont on which affa of tho Is made to tho parents The contract also generally stipulates that tho child 8ho is working Tho throad ia thon inouuu luiuuii WIUI UJU UULt OI tUO shall receive a certain amount as wages The only Protection that will effect- Â¬ and that the sum shall be placed to its noodlo drawn tight and two moro holes ually protect all people all classes all credit until the money advanced has aro mado with a liko rosult tho skowor progressing very slowly comparod with labor and all interests is that styled been paid when the child will again bo but fast free As the child grows older and be an Amorican noodlowoman Self Protection acquired only from to earn moro money its par enough for a country whero timo is of conics able a truthful knowledge of ways and cuts so it happens in nearly every case no valuo whatovor Tho skin upon which tho soamstross is working is means legal and illegal just and un- Â¬ apply for more money thus piling up uuujuu wiui waior uoioro sno com the dobt When the child becomes of just by which the burdens of govern- Â¬ ago it generally asks for money for its moncos and as tho damp thread and ment profits of labor and industry are own personal use uud thus bound to its hido dry out it brings tho work vory closoly togothor This is carofully at- Â¬ so unequally divided master it must continue in slavery un Â¬ tended to and tho work is not allowod til tho debt is paid That kuowledge is power and ignor-Â¬ A peon can not change masters at his to got dry until finished whon tho military class 5S074rrS common peoance its slave is forcibly illustrated 24 axd 20 Van de water St will but ho must havo a written state- Â¬ soamstross lays it flat upon tho ground ple and 7445110 married couples pulling it this way and that and mix ment of his debts from his first owner Nivkty public sanitary inspectors vis- P O Box 3M3 NEW YORK daily in all walks of life among all which is accepted by his now master ing ana arranging tho hair for sovcral ited the crematorium at Woking The people in all countries should ono bo found who is willing to hours until tho skin being generally carcass of a sheep was cremated to Where knowledge is used as a power advance the amount If uny attempt dry it is impossiblo to find tho joint or show the working of the system It New York Family Story Paper horn with tho naked oyo whon looking talces to escape paying his debts is made by or a means for gaining wealth without nn hour to reduce an adult human tho slave ho is carried to jail and pun Â¬ at tho fur sido of tho garmont Tho body to ashes which would measure labor or an equivalent therefor it be- Â¬ PROSPECTUS FOR 1891 ished until he is willing to take up tho stitchos aro vory small and whon dry from half to three parts of a gallon comes necessary to deceive or keep in yoke again This system of slavery is lio vory fiat and a number of curious As in the past year so in the coming contrary to tho statute law of the coun- Â¬ designs aro worked out in various skins THE FORCES OF NATURE one Thk New Yoric Family Story ignorance of such methods those from try but it has been in operation so long which whon ilniahod look liko tho Paper strive to It is said that the shores of France over nil willcompetitors maintain its lead whom the wealth is taken hence it is that in this part of the Republic it is porfect skin of a singlo animal which its in twenty must havo boon tho Joseph of tho ani- Â¬ are sinking so rapidly that in that of the ten thousand newspapers carried on without molestation centuries the French capital will have CIRCULATION EXCELLENCE OF printed in the United States less than mal tribo to judgo from tho colors in Owing to tho ignorance of the middle ITS STORIES SKETCHES PO- Â¬ classes it is seldom that a slave be Â¬ its coat I should imagino that an become entirely submerged ten are absolutely free and independent The largest waves to be found are off EMS ETC ARTISTIC EF Â¬ comes acquainted with his natural hours work of a modornsowing machino of the power or control of some class rights and there arc very few cases of would bo about equal in bulk to tho the Cape of Good Hope where at times FECT OF ITS ILLUS- Â¬ work of two hundrod Zulu women for there are not over half a dozen swells Â¬ TRATIONS AND EX rebellion One of theso exceptional party or monopoly whose interest ft is QUISITE TYPO- Â¬ cases recently occurred in the City of tho same time but thoir work would bo to the mile but they are not at all to keep the great mass of people in GRAPHICAL San Cristobal in this State the slave dono with a dogroo of efficacy no ma Â¬ dangerous compared with tHose of other chine can ovor approach Ladios Homo waters ignorance of their methods APPEAR- Â¬ being a young woman who was the DriiiNO one year the sun attracts toANCE property of a family to whom she owed Journal The Cincinnati Weekly Enquirer is n large debt A prominent army officer WHEN IMMIGRATION WILLCEASE ward the skies and inukesclouds of one of the few if not the only one fourteen feet of the entire sea oceans stationed in that city at the time be- Â¬ STAFF OF CONTRIBUTORS absolutely free from such influences came enamored of tho girl Ho in- Â¬ Amorlcii and Austriillu Still Have Room everywhere much of which is precipifor ThouriuniM of lrilntrtt on laud and fiows back Its well known and most popular nu- - It is the most honest thorough able tated as rain formed her what hor rights were under Â¬ According thors such as tho law and she lost no time in leaving tions more to Mr Giffcn a few genera- Â¬ by rivers into the sea teacher and exponent of truthful will see the end of immigraA ltKCEXT survey has established the Nellie Bly tno iamuy without talcing any state- Â¬ tion because there will be no room for number knowledge of reliable data free from Emma Garrison Jones ment of the dobt or attempting to find more immigrants all the blank habita- Â¬ of whichof glaciersa in the Alps at lti3r M Kingsley partisan bias fair frank and explicit Charlotte 210 have length of more than another master Owing to the influ- ble space ence of tho army officer all efforts of Giffcn is having been occupied Mr ii miles The French Alps contain Mary Kyle Dallas to such degree that one cannot but feel a master at statistics says the 144 E Burke Collins tho family to have her arrested and London Standard but his manipulation jightglaciers those471of Italy seventy edified and capable of forming correct punished were unsuccessful Philadel Â¬ Charlotte M Stanley Switzerland and Austria 40 of figures in support of this rather disphia Times conclusions therefrom Such a paper Taijies of tho density of the atmos Â¬ Wenona Gillman mal theory is open to objection Take phere Martha Eileen Holahan calculated from telegraphic TEETH AND HAIR should be in every household Sample the case of the United States at the Marie Walsh present time tho most attractive emi- Â¬ weather reports have been found to Thoy Are Not ImlUpousablo to Good Mattie May copies can be obtained by addressing jve a better clew to the movements gration field Uncle Sams territory Alger Jr Look Horation the publishers at Cincinnati O With us there is to say tho least a exclusive of Alaska amounts speaking and origin aof cyclones than tho usual T W IIanshew ncthod of comparison of the isobars strong- and decided prejudice in favor of roughly to about 11000000 square John De Morgan The Enquirer and The luxuriant tresses and poarly teeth But miles One third of this Mr Giffen de Â¬ ind isothermes alone Dennis 0Sullivanc The most recent observations is to will both be sent for it is only a projudiee and by no means ducts as uninhabitable but if ever the he amount of heat the earth receives will be still further augmented by a universal Wo see no lack of beauty in rest of the country becomes as popu- Â¬ number of other distinguished writers one year for only 180 Send tho infants naked rosy scalp in its lous as Western Europe the Americans rom the sun show that in clear pleas will soon find means of utilizing and mt weather 03J4 per cent of heat is sweet ltttlo toothless mouth We even TERMS TO SUBSCRIBERS in your subscriptions now seo a kind of majestic beauty in tha fertilizing their sage brush and alkali ibsorbcd by the atmosphere and only 300 per cent reaches the soil This One copy for one vear ivory dome that covers the sages busy deserts 150 Then of the remaining 2000000 Igure rises in October to 41 per cent One copy six months brain A white shining- billiard ball Ono copy four months 100 md sinks to -- S per cent in January is by no means unpleaslng- to the oye square miles he says that only about Four copies one year 1000 and no ono can fancy its beauty im- Â¬ 100000 square miles remain to be cultiM EN OF AMEHICA Address proved by covering- half of it with a vated implying that this is the only MUNROS PUBLISHING HOUSE coat of hair however soft and silky traet open to the agricultural immiThe new villa of Senator Jones at 21 and 2G Vandewater St lustrous brown or golden Uirds had grant But any one who has visited Santa Monica Cat overlooks the ocean y v m AGENCY Jbr teoth once how should wo welcome that great sloven continent as Na and adjoining it is his NEW YORK ranch tho prospect of a return a rotrogres- - thaniel Hawthorne styled America Hit Schaffkanek of Palatka Fla slon to their former semi reptilian con- Â¬ will know that although the remain Â¬ ditions Would you think your canary ing nineteen twentieths have been al Â¬ has recently sent to Kurope a handsome Exchange Bank of Kentucky A pamphlet of Information nndab- or your brilliant hued cockatoo improved ienated from the State and have be Â¬ bouquet composed of wild fiowers the yuniuim mu laws allowing How to come private property only a small handle being an alligators tooth MT STERLING KY in its appearance if tho smooth oven veim Trade lllu jiurks copyritfnis itnt Jrttt Russeii Saok who is regarded as the odffes of its bill were garnished with percentage of this area is cultivated in vWrM MUNN SJZV saws of pearly teeth like a littlo the souse in which cultivation is under Â¬ largest individual loaner of money lilt Itwiiwtv CO43 Hew or feathorcd and winged alligator Tho stood in such countries as England makes it a rule never to loan more than CAPITAL live hundred thousand dollars on any possessidn of a fall complement of Holland and Belgium In the State of New York alone de Â¬ given day That indicates to some ex teeth has always been regarded as an indispensable condition of perfect spite the big city at its southern ex Â¬ tent what his resources are We liuve more Hnzel Green business than A Presidents expunses amount in any other bank and want to increase it health To our prehistoric ancestors tremity there are hundreds of square who had no other grain mills than thoir miles of wild land land which could four years to about eighty thousand Sciitl us your account niul wo will treat molars it must havo been so and tho and would be cultivated if the pressure dollars Ills Income for the same period modern soldier in active servico would of population needed it Depend on it being two hundred thousand dollars it you well 1 find his hard tack and leathery salt that the United Mutes and still more is not dilllcult to seo that he has an ex Â¬ J PETERS PmiDiVT beof unsatisfactory faro without tho Canada and Australasia will need an cellent ehance to start a bank account JOHN G WINN Oasiiiku dental integrity which the examining abundance of strong willing hands for Aiiax Arthur son of the late Pres Â¬ Caveats and Trndo Marks obtained and all Tat cnt business conducted for Moderate Fees surgeon so proporly insists upon Hut many years to come and we only re Â¬ ident has been in England for some II RENNETT Our Office Is Opposite US Patent Office tho constantly improving scionco of gret that the working classes of our na Â¬ time where he is very popular in soci- Â¬ WITH and wo can aocuro patent In less tlnio than thoao cookery supplies tho remedy for the tion that is the English as distin Â¬ ety He has grown portly and is as from CO remoto model Washington photo with doBcrlp Send drawing or civilian and us to tho soldier ho is guished from the Irish tho Scotch and handsomo u man as his father was tlon Wo ndvldc If patontablo or not freo of JOllDKHS OF Welsh show at the present tim so After another year abroad Mr Arthur liko his teoth a relic of undeveloped the charge Our fee not duo till patont Ib eocurcd A Pamphlet How civilization Tho dogs of war must little desire for emigration England will return to Now York and take up Hats Caps Gloves Straw Goods names of actual clientsto Obtain Patents with Inyourtitato county or go teeth and all Experience has alone ought to send out at least 5100000 the practice of law town sent freo Addrcsa AND UMBRELLAS demonstrated that tho luxurious diet of emigrants yearly ami in their new CIULLICOTHE 0 Jvv GouiD believes that a wealthy 82 N Paint St civilization which gives so littlo for homes thoy would do more to preserve mans son should havo a trade to fall Opposite Patent Office Washlnoton D C tho teoth to do Is on tho whole moro tho unity of tho Empire than any arti Â¬ back upon in ease of adversity He has CHARLEY SHIVELY conduolvo to vitality and longevity ficial federation schemes therefore given his son George an op WITH A TrAIt anlfrtktobrUflr than tho hard faro of savagery Long portunity to learn nil there is worth to wlm ran rnJ iij wrllmj who A Noutcr ii udcr LoTAchheim before toothless gums shall havo be Â¬ Co knowing about telegraphy from tho Hr liiitrucllonwtll work liiduilrlouilr Iiowln i aru Thr Thnutind Dollara i Mrs Do Sour angrily I want you breezy feat of climbing a telegraph pole come tho rule all occasion for tooth TIPln Ihalinu Wholesale Clothing to keep your dog out of my house Mrs and tapping a wiro to tho sending or hav passed either for beauty or uso LOUISVILLE KY De Smart Ifarnul J dclre tut 010 Its full of fieas xKortk Amorican Review taking of a message ha already taught and uutkrr Iron rnch dialrlcl or count vl proilded IU ilojnrt Branch of Philadelphia Mrs Do Smart Mercy on mol Pidol nj2rly t Quite tho Mmo Add Como hero sir Dont jou go into that o OxKwnyof provonting delicate and j c v ftleuIKM Mr GHbe I think your now house house again Its full of fleas N Y sweet scouted llowcrs from ilngglng Is AY HOUSE dwWwtiul one Mr iones umy Weekly fc to cut them with sovoral leaves ou tho Hazel Greun Ky TT IJ MAUPlfc ytttfenlny t Ytw telliug my husband stom and allow onlj tho head tq re Â¬ 51 as LOU DAY Proprietress Tho lenr Girl s WITH tttal I tfcottfrUt you wero a very level Tins houso has been recently refitted and I trust that ho will make ahandspmo main above tho wator whllo tho leaves D aro entirely submorgod by this moans refurnished and tho table is at all times sup ma you portrait for me JohUMT yntnipunsj--JM- O tho leaves seom to holp support tho plied with the best in the market lUtlk WHOLESALE DRY T Ho no doubt will An artist as great GOODS You s lu liat I i- f- iy l flowor which will then last for three rcHsonamo oampio room attached and spe as he la can do almost any thlny - iii ivi y NOTIONS ROOTS SHOES C oui rates to commercial men Palronase U days in a fairly cool room Wtf4 Life I s i Tho skill of tho Zulu of South Africa In sowing fur is a housohold word in South Africa and nono of tho other tribes can compoto with thorn Tho noodlo omployod is widoly difforont from that used by tho Amorican noodlo woman In tho first placo it has no oyo in tho socond it ia liko a skowor pointed at ono ond and thick at tho other Tho Zulu woman is novor without thorn and carrios thorn in an olahorato-ly-dccorato- d sheath of raw hido Tho throad is not of cotton but 1h mado of tho sinows of various anlmals tho boat boing mado from tho sinows in tho neck of a giratfo It is stiiT inolastic with a groat tondoncy to kink and tanglo Itsolf up with any thing near it Ho foro hoing usod It is stoopod in hot TIioro Umul In Civilised Countries Arn Widely Different from r8 FOUR CORNERS Tmm aro over a hundred railway station in London TitriiB aro in European Russia two hundred and twenty three sugar fac- Â¬ PROSPECTUS FOR 1811 tories producing sugar from beets A Fhkvch writer has recently called It lias always been our ambition to attention to the fact that English lace make Golden- Hoimih tho best young is frequently charged with white lead peoples paper in the world and we shall Ovkii three hundred thousand dollars in the future continue to do everything worth of French bonbons are exported In our power to maintain the lead it has to Constantinople yonrly for the ladies obtained overall its competitors both in of tho Turkish harems CIRCULATION Thk salary of the president of Jnpans QUALITY OF STORIES AND congress or diet is four thousond dol- Â¬ SKETCHES lars and he holds office for four years Tho vice president gets two thousand ARTISTIC ILLUSTRATIONS dollars AND Thk Mctzger Zcitung one of the most popular journals of Luxembourg has TYPOGRAPHICAL APPEARANCE been suppressed for six months because it contained recently articles rellecting ox oun upon the new Urund Duke STAFF OP CONTRIBUTORS AccortniNO to the reports of the Ex- Â¬ arc some of tho best known writers of cise Commission the crop of tobacco in stories for the young such as European Ilussia amounted this year to 4401401 poods of which the provinces John Db Mono ax IlAititin In vino Hancock of Little Ilussia yield 1785807 and Euxkst A Young those of the southwest 10S0ii poods So SKKious has the placiie of rabbits FltKI TlIOKPE Coknemus Shea become in New Zealand that a mercan- Â¬ D II Waggexek tile company connected with that coun- Â¬ try is paying seven shillings six pence T C llAUHAUOH apiece for stoats to certain agents in Akthuk C Gkissom England delivered alive and in good llAIlOLD WlNTKIt condition L every tobacco factory at Key West Waltek F Ilunxs Will Lisenuee there is a reader Cubans and Span Â¬ William G Patten iards can not talk without gesticula- Â¬ tion In order to keep them from talk and many others of world wide reputa- Â¬ tion ing and dropping thoir work in order to use the hands a person is employed to TERMS TO SUBSCRIBERS read aloud during working hours One Copy for one year 250 Thk Japanese census shows that the One Copy for six months 125 population a year ago was 400720 0 ADDRESS 2024ij males and 1982rSl females 7840872 inhabited houses S2r nobles GOLDEN HOURS shizuku or members of the old MUNROS PUBLISHING HOUSE Th VwiluJ Mla i lfe TK COURIER JOURNAL LOUISVILLE KY Subscription rates Dally and Sunday 10 year Dally without Sunday 8 a year Sunday 2 a year Weekly 1 a your a The Weekly Courier Journal I Ins the largest circulation of anv Doino emtio Newspaper in the United States and reposes to double or treble Its already arge circulation BST BY GIVING AWAY HOW EACH AND EVERY DAY To some one a splendid High Ann Sewing Machine or a Handsome Gold Watch JSgy ABSOLUTELY FREE a Full particulars In Weekly Cotiricr-Jor-a- l Sample copy free Send for one Address W N HALDEMAN President Courier Journal Company LOUISVILLE KY Â¬ li7 Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ - Herald i - - m Â¬ Â¬ thirty-thousand-ac- re PATENTS i v V 10000000 Â¬ YANKIE SEIP J mm CASNOWCO 3000 I Â¬ Jnlius V D V5 tf T1 i V I utt ftf w Â¬ H CARPENTER respecutuiy f oneuctl noiy rflljr CATLETTSmmG KY tii - c 1 it I Must ICoi p Out of Politic The Larue County Herald recently A Muhlenberg I ariiUP SIUh Dr Vlurriyit published a letter from Hon T TGard Charges anil llml Them Fully ner President of tho Farmers and La Â¬ Wurnntetl Your renilord are yrcntly interested in borers Union in which that gcnllenmn the record of aoiuc of those asking polit Â¬ has tho following about politics in tho This will bo n hard year on our ical favors at the hands of the farmers Order Order I am afraid I will have to wrest of Kentucky some of their charters for violating tho I notice in the daily papers that Dr Clardy in his speech at llussullvillo law by holding conventions and nomi charged that Mr Clay was a gold bug nating candidates for ofiico Why they will persist in doing this in the very face with a big B and that while in tho of the law I can not toll If we persist legislature he voted against reducing the in doing these things and are not willing ten per cent interest law to six percont be governed by tho laws we will have and while in the Senate ho voted against to taxing banks and similar corporations as no basis to stand upon and will bo sent other property is taxed and even did tcred to tho four winds of the earth and We are likewise in tho present Constitutional simply be tools for our enemies Convention sayingfurthcrmorethatMr not organized yet nor educated We Clay had never failed to vote in the in- are like an army of raw recruits and not make battle against an organized terests of tho capitalists as against tho fit to farmers and laboring classes and that enemy Should we attempt it before we de- Â¬ Mr Clays record would show it I have are properly drilled we will be so moralized that we will never be able to had some curiosity to know if thcbc make a successful fight charges could bo true I could not see how Mr Clay would have the face to Consumption Cured ask the farmers of this State to vote for An old physician retired from prachim if these charges were truo I have tice having had placed in his hands by therefore taken the pains to look up the an East India missionary the formula of proof in this matter a simple vegetable remedy for the speedy As to Mr Clay being a gold bug I and permanent cure of Consumption have no means of ascertaining but I Bronchitis Catarrh Asthma and all have heard that prior to his candidacy Throat and Lung Affections also a posifor Governor he was strictly a gold tive and radical cure for Nervous Debil- Â¬ money man and that his present speeches ity and all Nervous Complaints after in favor of silver coinage are diametrically having tested its wonderful curativo pow- Â¬ opposite to the views he was so recently ers in thousands of cases has fejt it his But as to Mr Clays duty to make it known to his suffering known to express vote in the House against the reduction fellows Actuated by this motive and a of the interest from 10 to 6 per cent Dr desire to relieve human suffering I will Clardy seems to be well fortified inmak send free of charge to all who desire it ing the charge If there be any who this recipe in German French or Eng- Â¬ doubt this I simply refer them to the lish with full directions for preparing House Journal of 1873 and 1874 pages and using ent by mail by addressing 379 388 Sdflind 414 which show that with stamp naming this paper W A Noyes 820 Powers Block Rochester he voted to keep up the high rate Now as to Mr Clays record on the N Y 4yl bank tax question I simply refer you to John You n R Ilrown the Senate Journal of 1885 and 188G The address of John Young Brown last page 1305 which will show that he voted week stamps him as no ordinary man against taxing banks and like corpora- Â¬ His enunciation of Democratic principles tions on the same basis that other prop- was clear cut bold and perfect his ar erty is taxed Furthermore in the Con- raignment of the 51st Congress was the stitutional Convention no longer than repetition of a story known to the people last January Mr Clay again voted to but presented in a logical manner which exempt banks from their just proportion brought out the infamous jobbery which of taxes in common with other property characterized Reed and his legions in a I have also discovered in looking newer form but strictly with the facts through the Senate Journal of 1S85 and But it was when he came to dissect the 188G that Mr Clay voted against the McKinley bill that he completely cap- Â¬ present exemption law From a period tured the people The address was a extending from February 20 1885 to decided event That the strong individ- Â¬ May 13 this question was frequently uality and unadulterated Democracy of before the Senate the enemies of the Mr Brown made a lasting impression in poor people making every effort to choke Covington and drew to him many and it off and the record shows that Mr influential friends is beyond dispute He Clay voted with them every time the is a man at once strong able courageous last vote was 10 to 4 Mr Clay being one and Democratic Covington Common- Â¬ of the 4 From this evidence and record wealth it occurs to me that Mr Clay is making Hows Thin the race for Governor on the wrong We offer One Hundred Dollars reward ticket He ought to be asking the nom- Â¬ of catarrh that cannot be ination at the hands of the Republican for any case by taking Halls Catarrh Cure party Foi twenty five years the Demo cured CO Props F J CHENEY cratic party has charged that all the Toledo Ohio legislation of the country so far as con- Â¬ We tho undersigned have known F trolled by the Republican party whether J Cheney for the last 15 years and bein the State or National Legislature has lieve him perfectly honorable in all busibeen in tho interests of the taxpaying ness transactions and financially able to poor people I have learned to believe carry out any obligations made by their that charge is true and rest my MR Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ CLAYS RECORD Ashland Park Stallions for 1891 BERMUDA record Yearling exhibition 239K 2 29JK thrccyear-old-recorfour-year-ol- 5874 two-yenr-o- ld FAYETTE WILKES 203 Trial Oct 9 Bny horse 15 hands 3 inches high foal ed May 3 1878 The handsomest son of his great sire and Â¬ WEST CLOUD 5105 31 d third hent trial 217 Black horse 15 hands 3 inches high foal cd June 15 1883 Bred at Ashland Park Sired by BANKER 4144 Own brother to Lysander Bire of Lysandcr William Kearney Watt 224 Bov 220 IiVsander Chief 1640 260 First dam lattie Patchen trial 238 grandma of Chestnut Wilkes 220 by Mambrino Patchen slro of tho dams of Guy Wilkes El 215145 Astral 218 Moan Wilkes 218 llouri 217 and vira 218K Clcora 218 29 others in the 230 list Second dam Mandy by Stanhopes Blood Hawk sire of dam of Altuout 227 J and mcv A1v WI1L Third dam Pattic by Downings Vermont sire of the dam of Enigma 220 Mambrino Bruce 2wA sire ot Kit uurryi8K ueu Wilson 225 Gills Vermont sire of Bon ner Boy 223 and sire of the dams of Abel Nelly L 224 K Col Dradshaw 220 2 23K Gninbcttn 220 The King 2295 Outlaw 229K Pearl 230 Fourth dam Jesse by Thomas Jefferson He is a beautiful black with right hind ankle white stands 15 hands high and is a perfect horse all over having both bone and substance combined with the form and finish characteristic of the cross he so well represents viz Hamblctonian sire and Mam brino Patchen dam This cross stands os the very best because public performances have demonstrated its value Of its many repre sentatives not one is the superior of Bermu da 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 hiR first colts being foaled in 1889 now yearlings Judged at this age no stallion ever sired more uniform natural gaited colts with speed unprecedented He will stand for mares season of 1891 at 200 TO INSURE the 100 at the money to be paid as follows time of service and the other 100 when the mare proves in foal Being limited to 30 out side mares parties wishing to breed to him had better book their mares early Â¬ record 222 220K fourth heat d 224 M five-year-o- ld 1SSG 223 Out of the dam of Black Cloud 217 sire out of tho dam of Wilson 210 Bay horses foaled March hU At Ashland Park 1884 Bred fBHhEH 222 Sired by ABDALLAH WEST Slro of Wilkin 227 36S vr the handsomest of any trotting bred horse in tho United States First dam tho dnm of Black Cloud 21 by Pilot Walker pacer Second dam the Cluko pacing mare Q Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ West 1st dam Miss Coons dam of Wilson 2lGKi by Clark Chief 2d dam Ohio by 3d dam Sire of Harry Wilkes 213Jfi Guy Wilkes American Clay to bo by brought from Ohio Browna Bcllfoun Miko Wilkes pacer 215 Wil and represented 215K5 son 210K So So 2174 Wilcox pacer dcr Abdullah West died at six years old 21014 Kosa Wilkes 218K Wilton 219X5 He was the most promising colt over bred Joe Bunker 219Vf Flora Wilkes pacer West Cloud is a rich mahogauy bay 15 2 19 Tom ltogers 220 etc hands 2 inches with black mane and tail and black legs extending above knees and hocks He is a powerfully built horse for First dam Sally Hamlet winner of Hamlet Stakes in 1875 by Hamlet his height and has the most finished set of A V Pantlind feet and legs its possiblo to get on a horse sire of Lorctta F 218 he gave Lady M 223 of any breed As a Truro pacer 222 220tf Leontlne 223K Brooksido Flora 229 and evidence of being possessed of remarkablo the duuiH of Thornlcss 218K Cyclone speed as with little handling he trotted a 223 Mi Granbv 2254 Graceful 225 and half mile in 118 1 5 and miles in his work in 24914 At three years old ho atrs not Hamlctta 229X trained owing to a very sevcro attack of He also done no work on the Second dam Sal dam of Coarser 220K Cap pink As a tain Clay Driftwood and grandam ot Mar Â¬ track as a lowe pacer 215 by Canada Chief sire he was Jogged and trained lightly more for of dams of Governor 230 and Joe Hook tin purpose of ascertaining if he was entirely recovered than with a view of testing his etc er sire of Maud Maccy 217 speed In n low months ho trotted a full Third dam tho dam of Sofe that produced mile in 238 and half in 115 This season jllanche zJoAbv imp lorKsnne sire 1890 he served a few mares of my own and of dam of Ashland Chief sire of Black was not put to work until Soptembor and Cloud 217K his improvement was most remarkable He rcncatcdly trotted halves in 110 and I am Fourth dam by Woodpecker thoroughbred fully convinced ho will with a seasons train Â¬ hire of Prince 227K ten miles in 2808M ing trot in 220 I will Icthim serve 20 raares season of 1891 outside of ten of my own at The fee of Fayette Wilkes is within the reach of all and lower than that of any ofBO THEorSEASON money duo nt time service before removal of mare Tho hore of equal merit in Kentucky usual return privilege is given to return marc in 1892 should she not get in foal SEASON SIOO Â¬ two-year-otwo-year-o- Sired by George Wilkes Notk Abdalltth West 2583 by Allle ee four-year-o- ld fivo-ycar-o- ld Â¬ Â¬ Marcs bred by the season not proving in foal have the usual privilege of return Ibreed sound highly finished trotters and have for sale high bred colts and fillies out of producing dams by a greater number of prominent sires than any farm in tho land For sale at prices based on actual individual merit For further information see n i I loMond Mares kept at regular rates Di Ji llluAui AolllallU Dnrb LoAlllglOlly IVJi catalogues which can be had on application raiK nvlrmtAn Tnripv lu Â¬ PBunm AT THIS OFFICE NOTEHEADS LETTERHEADS BILLHEADS STATEMENTS SALE BILLS MINUTES Any and everything nt the lowest prices tj IfbH I W tepidlytimed cr Midline them of II HI V ewnloralltieeTnereTMlieyllTeAiiy and thtlr I I HI Hfl IVIIIBVl I Eaiy I tort IIIVIlM ell rirrylhlnp ritk We the your BB aeJO 3 Official Directory of Wolfe County CIRCUIT COURT H C Lilly J mice Meets second Mon day in Januarv and Julv W F Klkius Jlerk of Circuit and Com mon IMeiiH Court Murro Commonwealths Attorney N VhiikIiii Trustee of Jury Fund 1 J Â¬ J F Vansant Deputy Clerk COMMON PLEAS COURT lttMJMame5eBa1aMMaajWJ f S II Patrick Judge Meets 2nd Monday in February and AugUHt A T CoinbH Master Commissioner COUNTY COURT Tutt Judge Meets 1st Monday In each month Quarterly Court Tuesday after 1st Monday in March June September and December Joseph C Lykins County Attorney James B ilollon Court Clerk C C Hanks Sheriff T F Stamper Jailer II N llorton School Superintendent J F Pelfrcy Coroner S M O t nntj mA 464 w VaUJil Tvrrcirr 9 v KJ JL iM m4 X J i n he V t our of wr rk d honorably by old In rx voting work Thle l en ipart mnmenU or jour time to entirely neve lradand bringe wonderful enecert to every wciktr to tUO per week end upwenlt Beftiniieri ere earning from end more afters little experience We ten fumlih you the em Pin mrul and teech you rHrF No enarelo einlaln here Full furnUh one can ln ibe work We ynu No 1 ou can devote to learn tti ulCrmatlon IlltE TrtlE A VO AIUIKTA HA1NK W O W Crewey Assessor H Lacy Surveyor This combined young stallion will make tho season of 1811 at our stables In Hazel Green Ky and will sorve mares at TEN 101 TO INSURE A LIVING DOLLARS COLT money due when the mare foals with a lien on the colt until tho money is paid or if tho marc is parted with or bred to another horse the money la then due District No 1 S F Murphy Wednesday DOLLAR YOU SPEND If bo write after 2nd Monday in Maren June Septem I Landruiu Iriday ber for our Illustrated Catalogue afterand December in AMarch June Septem 3rd Monday containing illustrations ane prices ber and December in DO YOU WANT TO SAVE FROM 25 to 50 CENTS ON EVERY B JUSTICES OF THE PEACE Â¬ Dkbcriiticn and Pedigree GOLD DUST is fl years old the 28tl day of May 1811 lb hands high n beautiful chestnut with star and white hind feet beautiful mane mid tail His power style and action are unsurpassed He was sired by Senator Blackburn he by Dillard Dud- Â¬ ley he by John Dillard the grandslro of Phil Thompson record 210 Eric McCloud and Nick with records better than 22 His dam was sired by the Phillips horse the sire of Blue Jeans he by Gen Taylor c Also at the same stables will be found the elegantly bred young trotting stallion Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ manufactur the United States atILLUSTRATIONS 10000 PRICES of everything manufactured Â¬ ers all lines represented mailed free on application Address catalogue that Democratic loyalty and my opposition to Republicanism upon this fact Tho whole aim of the Republican party has been to enrich the rich and impoverish the poor They have done this by de- Â¬ monetizing silver exempting Govern- Â¬ ment bonds from taxes and favoring National banks They have enacted high interest laws and have failed to enact laws to promote the farming or laboring classes of the country Now it seems from the record above that Mr Clays views upon questions of public interest have been in direct har Â¬ mony with principles of that party It seems to me that lie is the last man who has the right to expect the poor tax bur- Â¬ dened farmers of Kentucky to support him for office I dont see how any struggling farmer like myself who knows what a battle it is oppressed as we are to make both ends meet can look at this matter otherwise and I think your readers should know what manner of man this is who is hoping to rido into Muhlenofiico on tho farmers vote berg in Farmers Homo Journal Â¬ firm West Truax Toledo Ohio CHICAGO GENERAL SUPPLY CO No 178 West Van Buren St Wholesale Druggists CHICAGO ILL District No 2 A F Johnson Thursday after 2nd Monday in March June Septem ber and December J II Vest Saturday after 3rd Monday in March June September and Dezember District No 3 W B Duff Friday nftcr 2nd Monday in March June September and December L M Iirowu 4th Monday in March June September and December District No Â¬ Walding Kiknan Marvin Whole- Â¬ sale Druggists Toledo Ohio Halls Catarrh Cure is taken internal- Â¬ ly acting directly upon the blood and Testimucous surfaces of the system monials sent free Price 75c per bottle Sold by all druggists al7m Â¬ eSarffi I S fc w ee frills fig PJ SS Jssrs J g - z tod He Can Lay Them All Out Hon John Young Brown of Louis- Â¬ ville candidate for the Democratic nom- Â¬ ination for Governor was in tho city yesterday Mr Browns name had come before him He was known mostly hero by reputation as a man of great ability both as a lawyer and statesman His appearance at onco gave assurance of tho truth of the reports That ho would make an excellent Governor can not be denied and should ho bo nominated his oratical powers would lay out the ex Â¬ pected nominee of tho Republicans Bradley away in the deep dark shado so far he couldnt bo found Newport Journal A Never FulliiiK Uemeily tt all 33 S 2 IS W Cop asstii ii s t- It Legg Saturday aft er 2nd Monday in March Juno September and December Isaiah Spencer Tuesday who will serve a limited number of after till Monday in March June Septem mares at 10 TO IN8UUK A LIV1Nar ber and December on the same terms as above Disttict No 5 Preston Holloii 3rd Mon Description and Pedigree day in March June September and Decem ber David Hanks Friday after 1st Monday POST BOY Jit was sired by Post Boy in March June September and December record 213 he by Magic sire of CJeinnile G 215 Alice Stoner 224 Mystery 220 S S Hose Tuesday after ito dam Mollie District No Emery sired by Strath 3rd Monday in March June September and more sire of Santa Clans 217 Tucker December M K OHair Saturday after 219 Cricket 210 Adonis 211 Simi 1st Monday in March June September and colon 210 j Sister V 218MHumner 210 December Charles Derby 220 Faustina 220 Bon nlo Wilmore 222 Blaroberry22lKf and District No 7 Kilns Shockey Wcdnes a number of others in the 230 list POST 3rd Monday in March June Sep BOY day ufter Jit is a beautiful chestnut with no Hose 2nd tember and December II marks 0 years old May 15th 1891 15 hands Monday in March June September nnd De 3 inches high and gives promUo of being cember heard from in tho future among trotters District No 8 J M Burton Thursday Any ouu who Is familiar with Shiners Post niter 3rd Monday in March June Septem Boy will 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Â¬ utes For salo on positive guarantee at iaWaaBBaB HAZEL GREEN POLICE COURT who will serve mares at 10 TO INttUJtE D 8 Oodsey Judge Court Friday after A LIVING COLT on same terms as above 3rd Monday in March June September mid described This Jack haa no superior as a December J W Howerton Marshal aaaaHaBaA SEITZ flaBal jC a s LEE CITY POLICE COURT There Is no record Clay Rose Marshal ot who is Police Judge nor when court is held Hnuir little rorlaneihtee been mo ouu wura fur ui Of Alma rear Teiae a rut Jno Hotin Toledo Ohio well Whjr iHee em Olhereaiedoliif at not youT Borne earn oer monlh Yon can do the wotk and lue Ut home whereterjrou ate Keo le W flntierearataelljr earnlria from good breeder uAH care will be taken to prevent cidents but wo will not be respofi ac- Â¬ J T A F jjgV Tin Herald or sent postpaid by mail on receipt of price 50 cents n box office o 3a IF YOUti HACK AGUES Or you aro all worn out really rockI for nothing UlsRonoral ilebllfty Try mtowys inotf jiirrisna It will cure you and givo a good appetite iy an ueaiera in zocurcwe 000 according Sold WJ Henderson Thos WITH WHOLESALE Old 25 for CO for 100 for it to giy FOR SALE AT THIS OFiALDi8tmy Franklin county owes her sheriff over Son k1s ftSSi tiHai i a Sihr ub aBaaaaaaar Tako The Herald and get tho news tt tho Argus ASILAND KY ettr HllAUUateCHxttlirMuMalB wotk la irara ten and atari you l HI tw 11 ike ilm Kf erota tfeesi tie- - VeHure Miknowa W ami MrnndMrutrartkatan free inaaarAIUtee niiMwiwitir nnif but ook and get ttuni noaV vy -i- -i UlrDont wait until tbty art DryU trJtr D JjS cJW A - 14 dJ 4 j i II vvi edges that a seat in tho United States Senate would bo acceptable to him and Washington April 17 1891 that he would not object to filling tho SPJCNOJCR COOPER - - - Editor Secretary Tracy has had a copy of the unexpired term of Senator Edmunds following adopted by tho Federation of wv whoso resignation is to tako effect tho Labor placed In his hands and has re- Â¬ - April 24 1891 first of November ferred it to Commodore Folger Whereas It has come to the knowl Â¬ Protect Your Health edge of the Federation of Labor that two Cold and moisturo combined havo a foreigners named OIbcii and JatiHcn late torporizing effect upon tho bodllv organs iBXfljMv vivAmdvfl if 7 lly employed in England came to tho and the digestive and secretive processes United btates several months ago with a are apt to bo more tardily performed in letter of recommendation from an Eng winter than in tho fall Tho same is true lish official to Commodore Folger and also of tho excretory functions The within less than n week after landing in bowels are often sluggish and tho pores tlts county wore employed as fourth of tho skin throw off but little waste class machinists in Washington Navy matter at this season Tho system there- Â¬ fore requires opening up a little and Yard and Whereas The employment of aliens also purifying and regulating and the Sayings and Doings of tho Citizens by the Government of tho United States safest surest and most thorough tonic In Oar Neighboring Counties m the navy yards and other branches of and alterativo that can be used for these the public service in preference to its purposes is Hostotters Stomach Bitters As Hoard nml 8oun l Herald Corrt wpon own citizens many of whom are vainly Persons who wish to escape the rheu Â¬ dents and Hnstlly Written up for seeking employment is contrary to the matic twinges tho dyspeptic agonies Our Army of IlomlurH professed policy of protection to Amer- Â¬ tho painful disturbances of tho bowels ican labor and is in tho opinion of this tho bilious attacks and the nervous visi- Â¬ WOLFE body a flagrant violation of tho spirit of tations so common at this timo of the the contract labor law and in the case year will do well to reinforce their sys Â¬ GUltnore GlonnlngH Died on tho 18th inst Mrs Rnchol of Olsen and Jansen a violation of the tems with this renowned vegetable stom- achic and invigorant It improves the King wife of Z T King on Clear Fork letter of said law therefore be it Resolved That tho Secretary of the appetite strengthens tho stomach cheers of Frozen Creek She was a good Chris tian woman n devoted wife and loving Navy is respectfully requested to issue tho spirits and renovates the whole phys- Â¬ mother and leaves a husband and six an order prohibiting tho employment of ique little children to mourn her loss Sho aliens in navy yards or bureaus under was a sister of S S Taulbee of Frozen tho navy department in preference to QAPfti T Creek who is tho only one of tho family American citizens unless it can be shown EZEL KY now living having noither father moth Â¬ that the latter are incompetent to prop er brother nor sister oxcopt half sisters erly discharge the duties of the positions JASl and brothers his father having been to bo filled and that tho Secretary of the Treasury be rcspectfullv requested married twice to order an investigation of the circum- Â¬ I am informed that Brother Mickell will preach ut this place Sunday next stances attending tho employment of said Olsen and Jansen in tho Washing April 26 This scribe is suffering so much with a ton navy yard for the purpose of ascertaining whether or not the contract labor sore knee that he is unablo to walk law has been violated by thoir employRev V R Davis preached at this ment Hazel Green Herald WASHINGTON LETTER 11 YdAi Friday hatvi mtrriu t DEALER j Â¬ PlA P4 IN - rV AnP 1 Hardware Queensware TinwarezLAgriGUlfural Implements wvKf Â¬ Ball Mitchell Cos Steel Hill side Plows Improved Malta Doohle Shovel Plows Oliver Chill and South Bend Plow Repairs Stoddards New Climax and Tiger Evans Disc Harrows 2 Vulcan Chilled Plows best made B F A very Sons Steel Plows Evans Triple Harrows Whitelkys Solid Steel Binders and Mowers cclumhia tloer and granger sulky Cooks Fish Bros Celebrated Wagons Jones U S Standard 5 Ton Wagon Patent Evaporators Havens Pioneer Cane Milus Scales Hay Rakes EASTERN KENTUCKY horse Corn Planters price f0 with a written guar Â¬ antee for 5 years The Inrgest stock of Cook and Heating Stoves of any house in Eastern Kentucky Cutlery Shears and Builders Hardware a Specialty East side S Maysvillo Street MT STERLING ICY IND iri pr PJreKY MFG OO INDIANAPOLIS No 71 Price S1800 i Sff VS M I X at Factory Uab with Order Â¬ sw strictly Fipt Clw Wnrrumcd All sinful uror tn HicJiory vtvil l rlc nml llrnc Low Rent Soa Arras Viul ti f F Jaweler Ions Eny Hiding Oil Tempered Spring Wlixiil YOTT Perfectly Riiliuicol 1M V X VX Jk SJ MwW i I1 t Ail Jli ll CANT FMD THEM FOtt SALS BY YOUR MFTTFTAVTq T7RTTF h ft- JusMmsjfAfa PENMANSHIP INSTRUCTION IH SOOK KEEPINB SHORT HAND TYPE WRITING STRATTON BUSINESS COLLEGE SOUTH WEST ETC ETC AT THE HRYANT TELEQRAPHYj CATALOGUE FREE CORNER THIRD AfiD JEFFERSON STREETS LOUISVILLE KY WOROUIH Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ E - HJaco Saturday and Sunday April 20 Uncle Rkmus MORGAN- Secretary Foster is in New York but he is oxpected back tomorrow or Mon day and his attention will be immediate- Â¬ ly called to this matter which has awak Â¬ ened great interest among the working men and I am told that if the Secretary refuses to act the matter will be brought to the attention of Congress by Senator Pefler Who Killed R S STRADER Successors to J A Laii 74 E SON Co Main LEXINGTON KY Wholesale Dealers in Street in the Herald we have always terjt rule to accept half when we 6ot a wIloo loaf Please find jJJld enclosed 60 cents for which send The Heiulld six months to Robert Sweeny Hinesborpugh Douglas county III We are truly glad our people can not do without The Herald when they go West for wo know it will do them eood It wojild do others good tliat have not gone west yet r j0f weMnytown Missiles Since commenced working of The Watches Clocks Jewelry ndelta nt Bro J T Pieratt of your town preached morning and evening for us yesterday Sunday The subjects were good and well handled Tho evening subject was Recognition in the Great Beyond Will preach again for us the third Sunday in May says ho does not charge anything for preaching so we shall expect a largo congregation at that time Henry Neff chairman of tho Board of School Trustees informs us that there aro 124 children between tho ages of 6 and 20 years io this school district Secretary Tracys private brand of reMaytown Police court second Monday form which appears to be a mighty good in each month W P Sample Judge thing is to be given an immediate trial L T Bolin Marshal in two navy yards at New York and This morning W P Sample sold to at Norfolk ho having issued an order tTordan JvVJUs a fine mare for 125 declaring all positions of foremen and Apfir20 Wingless master mechanics at tho first named yard vacant Juno 1 and at the last July Tribute of Kespeet fc 1 and convening a board of naval otlicers Whereas on tho 12th day of April to meet at the first placo May 11 and at 1891 God in His infinite wisdom and tho last June 3 for the purpose of exam Â¬ love saw fit to remove from our midst ining applicants for tho vacancies the Bro J Chambers Manker and sinco wo examinations to refer exclusively to tho feel our loss keenly in tho death of our requirements of tho positions to be filled beloved brother theroforo bo it Tho experiment will be watched with Resolved That in tho death of Bro interest both by tho people who wish to 8 Manker Maytown has lost one of her see politics entirely eliminated from our best citizens his littlo daughter Stella navy yards and by tho politicians who a kind and loving father his widow a do not devoted husband and Maytown Lodge Tho extension of tho civil service law No 294 F L U ono of her truest to include about six hundred employes members A bright and shining light of the Indian sorvice has excited no in Â¬ has gono out of our midst but a littlo terest hero outside of official circles and halo of its brightness will ever linger very littlo there Tho very men who near Let his removal prove an incen Â¬ aro charged with boing responsible for tive to moro faithful work for tho causo nearly all tho Indian troubles the ho loved so woll Wo thereforo tender agents aro not affected by tho extension our heartfelt sympathy to tho bereaved winch Commissioner Roosevelt says re Â¬ family mid may God In His infinito lates mainly to tho Indian school work wisdom pour tho balm of consolation in- Â¬ kV and touches nono of tho agency employes to their hearts and sanctify his death proper excopt tho physician Mr Roo yiot only to their good but to tho good sovelt also thinks that this method will ot an wno Know mm result in an absolutely non partisan In v JPsolved That a copy of these resolu- dian sorvice Perhaps it will H bV furnished his family and tho Mrs Halford wifo of Mr Harrisons ie sbnt to tho Hazel Green Her private secretary died hero Wednesday nd Farmers Homo Journal for morning It was her illness that preÂ¬ Â¬ Mr Blaine has finished and delivered to Marquis Imperiali who was left in charge of the Italian legation by Baron Fava the reply of the United States to the last dispatch of the Italian govern- Â¬ ment It is a very long and elaborate document but its import is practically the same as that of tho answer to Baron Favas original demand This country concedes nothing and will not intertere with the administration of justice by the regularly constituted authorities of a State but if it can be proven that any of the men lynched were Italian citizens which has not yet been done it will con- Â¬ sider the payment of an indemnity to their families or heirs As soon as he had put a copy of his letter in the hands of the representative of Italy Mr Blaine left town for several days presumably to escapo being questioned by the news paper men Â¬ Â¬ THE WINCHESTER BANK Is WINCHESTER KY X mmmmmi PIERATT 3 CO Straight Kentucky Brandies Whiskies c Wines FINE OLD WHISKY A SPECIALTY CIGARS AND TOBACCO Agents for Old Pugh Old Pepper Old Tarr ami Old Taylor II WITIIERSPOON President It D HUNTEH Cashier Paid up Capital Surplus This Bank solicits the accounts of merchants fanners traders and business men generally throughout Eastern Kentucky and oilers its customers every facility and the most liberal terms within the limits of legitimate banking octl8ly Â¬ 6000000 20000000 a question hard to answer But as to who is selling the cheapest goods in Hazel Green is easilv told v HF QVW G US MEYER W M KEEK WITH JOBBERS INO- - G o9 are closing out If Low Prices are what you want we have rrrf UUVil lrm Hardware Agricultural Implements Ml Sterling National KY Bank MT STERLING WiVnt oSeU OLIVER CHILLED PLOWS MALTA PLOWS FOSTER STOVE CO COOKS MILLS EVAPORATORS CHAMPION REAPERS MOWERS STODDARD AND ACME HARROWS DOORS AND frASH A SPECIALTY Nos 110 112 Second Street flly IRONTON OHIO flj Capital 100000 nQi2DZZZ2ZDZ07yQCDQQV We are going We Surplus 16550 have got prices to sell hard to suit President lftWWKaftKlfi BltB v LEWIS APPEItSON H R FRENCH with the assurance times All we ask is to give Cashier us a call WANTED eral Agent Barbourville Ky or JOHN C OGDEN Nurseryman Somerset Ky 71y aOQCOOCuajOGQCTCJGGOQXJ Mountain business is respectfullv solicited that we will treat every customer fairly H F PIERATT GO Traders Deposit MT STERLING KY o P S All outstanding notes ind accounts must be settled at once or you will pay cost 13f3m andjjberal Terms C3T Address A J COLE Gen- New i Â¬ P 1 CO J J M RIOSTAFP President 0 L KIRKPATHICK Vice President W W THOMSON Cashier 25 PER WEEK 3T SALARY DENTON Wanted Good Agents to sell onn SHARP TRIMBLE General line op merchandise No MT STERLING KY peddling Above salary will be R Sharp Bruce Trimble TGDenton DIRECTORS G L KinKPATHICK Akdrkw Fesler R Q Drake J T Highland Dr W T Tyier J D Read ther information address paid to live agents for fur- Â¬ CHICAGO GENERAL SUPPLY CO 178 W Van Buren St Chicago III NEW Tyler AKD B F TYLER JOHN H ROSE FASMESS BANK MT STERLING HAZEL GREEN KY rose Have now a complete lino of Clothing Hats Boots Shoes and Gents Furnishing Goods We solicit an inspection of our goods and guarantee pri ces satisfactory and articles as Â¬ recommended -- KY T 54 DINGFELDER WITH Capital Wm 8250000 Surplus Mitchell President Chab M Grubbs Cashier 40000 WAGON MAKING J 0 Wo carry a stook of Iron and Wagon Ma terials of nil kintlH and give speciil attun tiou to Horse shoeing Â¬ M ROBINSON Importers mid Jobbers of C0 The Inrgest cnpital and surplus nml indi vidual deposits than any bank in this sec tint of the State DRY GOODS AND NOTIONS SK 109 W FORD WITH WHOLESALE n31ly Mack Stadler THIRD STREET P PANT THE Co CLOTHING CINCINNATI OLD RELIABLE vented Mr Halford accompanying tho Presidential touring party M W Pieratt Com Tho remains of tho lato Representative J W JkKKDHIOK Spinola loft hero for New York in chargo utUmpt was made last week to of a Congressional committee Wednes vWOItNiUw of the K V road at St day morning ffiwrtjjMtQthr at Secretary Proctor gracefully Acknowl Creek Felix Pence living near Lane P O Wolfe county has posted a stray ox as follows Description 8 years old weighs about 900 pounds mostly red with white head and some white in right tlnnk white spot on top shoalde marked xt crop oil right ear and swallow fork in left Owner can get ox bv paying charges for posting feeding etr 24w FELIX PENCE Lnne Ky Nos G37 539 niul M- lWest Main Street LOUISVILLE KY J CLARKE WITH T n W Clark 1 JAMES Sfevers Garson Hardware Go 637 AVcst Main Street Â¬ W OB Br fA Writing Papers Envelopes Pens Ink CINCINNATI Ac Ac for sale at this olHce Ladies Invites all of his mountain friends and es Note Paper only 10c a quire Call cpus pecially tho merchants to yivo him call when you need statMiery when in tho city Cor Pearl Hat House of t Vine WS Dickinson Go LOUISVILLE the liest Hlyle and nt lowest rates at thte otttce Send usyonr order Â¬ HORSE BILLS Printed in BS T i -- it v v1- i i -- liJfW 5dkiui it