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Digital page images are linked to the text file. r- - V SPENCER COOPER Ownor nnd Editor Hazel Green Herald Of a Noisy World With Nows From All Nations Lumbring nt His Back ljOO i a YEAR Always In Advance SEVENTH YEAR HAZEL GREEN WOLFE COUNTY ICY FRIDAY MAY 1 1891 NUMBER 6 NO PAY NO iouisaaue latest I STBAUS STATE SUNSHINE AND SHADOW OVER THE WORLD IN A WEEK Vkubailles electricity is soon to be lighted by Tin people of Harrodsburg are to voto on tho proposition for water works for Clothiers of Kentucky LEXINGTON KENTUCKY that city Tun Broadway Christian church at Lexington will contain nino rooms and cost 20000 The grocery store of J W Smith at Owensboro was destroyed by fire one night last week II T Hanford vice president of tho Louisville Board of Trade died suddenly of heart disease last Friday The Western Union telegraph oftlce at Maysville was burglarized twico within the past two weeks No clew W R Radfoiid postmaster at Long view has held that position continuously since 1847 a period of 44 years At Ashland the stock house of tho North iron works was damaged to the extent of 50000 by fire last week M lest HONEST VALUES lew York LOW PRICES HIGH CRADES When you visit Lexington do not fail to give us a call MAIL ORDERS PROMPTLY ATTENDED TO- NEW STORE NEW GOODS the city build ings of Covington by tho Champion Ice company at 19 cents per 100 pounds Ice will bo furnished Â¬ Rose Swango and game club with head- Â¬ Louisville offers a reward of quarters at 20 for any person caught dynamiting The fish fish Are now receiving a Fresh and Choice Stock ot Fall REFUNDED Winter Goods c OR MONEY To which they invite the attention of the citizens of Hazel Green and vicinity consist inu of Dry Goods Notions Boots Shoes Clothing Also FARM IMPLEMENTS AND SEEDS OF ALL KINDS and the clothing department is chock lull of bargains JBOTEVERYTHING GUARANTEED AS REPRESENTED Mens All Wool Suits Only 750 JIT FURNITURE TOMBSTONES am MNMM HAZEL GREEN KY CRAYERT UNDERTAKER AND DEALER IN COFFINS CASKETS cuBp9aCTiSaKaaiaBtffTh And Trimmings of All Kinds Jgjul am prepared to furnish on short notice and at low prices COFFINS OF ALL KINDS AND SIZKS from the cheapest to the very finest I can furnish coffins cheaper than you can buy the trimmings Price of Coffins from 5 up I have a fine hearse and will deliver coffins cheap OP ALL KINDS REPAIRED - MMHMH liiiimiiniitu Irim very lowest prices Very respectlully Ac vi irrangements are such that I can furnish Tombstones or nt tuw nr rimiifv mill lit thfi hit- - Lriiwl w Mnrliln w w J W UUAVJiN Livery Sale Stable HAZEL GREEN KY o J H PIERATT two for holding up years in the penitentiary Robert Breeze and robbing him of 145 at Maysville While attempting to stop a runaway mule John W Locknane of Lexington was run over and fatally hurt his skull being crushed A society to be known as the Mutual Aid Society for tho benefit of old maids has been organized by the young ladies of Versailles Joseph Bryan shot and fatally in jured Sam McRae at Hopkinsville the result of a quarrel over a woman All parties arc colored M college at Lexington The A will receive 85 per cent of the amount appropriated by tho Government for Kentucky colleges H P McIlvin aged 57 an officer of tho Grand Chapter of Royal Arch Ma sons died at Maysville last week of softening of the brain At Maysville a gang of six white boys ranging from 10 to 15 years old were arrested last week for stealing from tho merchants of that city Thos Colliver of Nicholas county was found in Hinkston creek one even Â¬ ing last week He had left his home about noon to go fishing He was a bachelor 77 years of age While cleaning a pistol young D E Kelly of Lexington accidentally dis- Â¬ charged the weapon and received the ball in his loft side inflicting a painful though not necessarily dangoroiiB wound litis been given Â¬ Dennis Crow Gcorgo F Ormsby an officer of the navy has begun a suit in tho Supicmo Court against ex Secretary of tho Navy Whitney to recover 50000 damages for false arrest and imprisonment He claims to havo been detained on Maro Island from January 2G to March 7 1S89 on an order of tho Secretary with- Â¬ out can so known to him A thief named Thomas attempted to rob the residence of a man named Brammer near Raleigh Court House W Va a few nights since during the ab sence of tho family except Brammcrs daughter aged 17 As ho broko through tho window the girl knocked his bruins out with an ax John L Sullivan tho slugger was on one of his hurrahs at Cincinnati last week and Chief of Police Deitsch if he issued orders to tako him in cut up nuy of his capers with tho an Â¬ nouncement that any officer failing to do his duty would be suspended The will of Albert Allen late of Akron Ohio finally settled after consid Â¬ 10000 to erable controversy gives college 10000 to tho Christian Hiram Missionary society 7500 to the Disciple church of that city and 2500 to the Home Missionary society M E Sharp formerly a conductor on the Chesapeake and Ohio railroad was arrested at Parkersburg W Va charged with stealing a valuablo watch The property was found on his person Sharp confessed and said drink was tho cause of his downfall Laborers at tho Gilbert Hedge Co lumber yards Burlington Iowa drank freely of water drawn from an old well in tho vicinity and as a result of poison from sewage five of them died and several others are not expected to live Two men giving their names as A A Paine nnd Christopher Rott of Ellen dale N D havo been collecting money without authority in several of tho larger oitics representing that it was needed to relievo tho people of Dakota As nenry Loopo was about to sit down in a saloon in Ottumwa Iowa Paul Usen pulled tho chair from under him causing him to sit on the floor Tho shock produced paralysis from which Loope died Max Hunger aged 35 shot his for-Â¬ mer sweetheart Martha Marasky and himself at Newark N J Martha had discarded Max her parents objecting to their marriago on account of his drink- Â¬ Â¬ PAPER blo us to meet our expenses and we hope all may renew promptly In self dofenw wo must drop from our list all who do not do so without further notice llF collect MtfWc aro compelled to to ena subscriptions promptly B6T YOUR SUBSCRIPTION 189 Expiro you for past patronngo and Thanking hoping you will renew wo remain Very respecfullv yours SPENCER COOPER ONLY A 1 ii 1300 To Old Point Comfort nd Koturn On Tuesday July 21at a special train will bo run to Old Point Comfort from Lexington under tho nuspices of tho Main street Christian church Only 1300 for tho round trip and special low rates at tho Hygeia Hotel for those who go on this excursion Make your arrangements to go as this will be the 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 see or address any railroad agent or G W BAItNEY W II BOS WELL G A DeLonq L BROWN General Passenger C1IAS Agent Lexington Ky THE PEOPLES FAVORITE Paid Up to April 5 1803 Waco Mo April 20 1891 Mr Cooper Dear Sir On tho 8th hist I enclosed you One Dollar to renew my subscription I have not had any paper since Did you got tho money if not let mo know nnd I will send it again Send on tho paper with back numbers I dont want to miss tho story and other good things Your c R Cox J Tho missing number is probably tho issuo wo missed Editor Is lie He Move Away Hut Wnntn Tlio Herald Campton Ky April 24 1891 Spencer Cooper Esq Dear Sir You will please change tho address of my paper from Campton Ky to Rushton Madison county Ky and obligo mo as I am going to locato there ngaiiiBt tho noxt issue of your paper Very respectfully Wm Want H Vencil 5f5Double and Single Turnouts and Saddle Horses for hire Parties conveyed to any point on reasonable terms solicit business of this kind I will also attend to all calls for auctioneering and to the Frankfort servo a life sentence for penitentiary to killing Marshal Voglesong of Falmouth Archie Downard jumped from a moving train and was seriously but not fatally injured He was taken to tho pen hos- While being taken Â¬ A youno man named Fields a theo- Â¬ logical student from Lexington jumped from the fast express on the Cincinnati Southern railroad as it neared the George- Â¬ town depot nnd fell upon a pile of rocks cutting his face terribly but not seriously DEALER IN injuring him Petitions from Winchester nnd Paris asking the Governor to pardon Hume Clay the forger who swindled the banks of those towns out of G0000 havo been CSyCnrrics a complete line of Dress Goods Dry Goods Notions Boots Shoes under consideration for soveral days Staple and Fancy Groceries Drugs and Patent Medicines to which lie invites your The Governor declines to interfere prior to a judicial investigation attention and which he will sell at the lowest prices for cash When in search of bargains bo suro and give him a call and youll save money At Winchester Colonel II P Thomp Â¬ son inado an assignment last week to E S Jouett Jr Liabilities from 150 000 to 200000 assets not known but ffir tarn f a large Col Thompson is ono of tho most NJ prominent men in the Stato being a For Lodges of all kinds printed in tho best stylo and at momber of tho Democratic Stato Central to- Â¬ the lowest rates Just now wo are ottering Masonic By Committee and ono of tho largest JlTy iff iMttWMF Laws a neat little book of 20 pnges 4x61 inches with a bacco dealers in Kentucky neat cover 100 copies prepaid by mail for only 1000 A Never Tnlllng llemedy figyThia book contains By Laws Rules of Order Fu- Â¬ Meglumine tho only pormnnent euro neral Services at tho Grave c c and all reasonable for all forma of headache and neuralgia changes will bo made to suit the Lodgo making tho order Send for copy of tho relieves the pain in from 15 to 20 min- Â¬ book and make your order now if you want to snvo money utes For salo on positive guarantee at Any Kind of Printing You Need The Herald office or sent postpaid by Write Us Address THE HERALD Hazel Green Ky mail on receipt of price 50 cents a box v llcspectfullv c JOHN II PIEKATT pital General Merchandise HAZEL GREEN KY 4S inr OASKLE Y ing habits Tho court house at Sandusky Ohio was fired by lightning last week The top of the main tower was completely destroyed and books records and offices Loss 25000 fully greatly damaged insured Mrs Mary Sullivan living in Pitts Â¬ burg assaulted her husband in his sleep cutting him severely with a knife She then attempted to kill herself with a razor She is demented Sylvester Tirado and Francisco Ol- Â¬ ives neighboring farmers at Cantna Canon Cal quarrelled about trespassing Tirado shot Olives seriously cattle wounding him Charles Sweazy a telephone line- Â¬ man touched an electric light wiro while at work at Denver Colo and was in Â¬ stantly killed child of Mr Tho little and Mrs Miller of Birmingham Ala was ground to death under tho wheels of a street car Alexander Benton a mino owner near Napoleon Mo was shot and in Â¬ stantly killed by Hugh Garrett a saloon keeper Win Gross farmer living near Per- ryville Ark attempted to hang his wife and failing in this stretched his own two-year-old MlnHourl Home Mo April 22 1891 Editor Hehald Dear Sir Enclosed pleaso find Ono Dollar for a years sub Â¬ scription to The Herald Please givo lots of Morgan county news Gentryville It In III Yours respectfully W R De Bord A Former Ittifddunt WmitH It In Hnrrlnon Lair Ky April 18 1891 Mr Ono Dollar Spencer Cooper Enclosed find Send me The Herald ono year Respectfully Mary Chandler IIowh TJiIm otter Ono Hundred Dollars roward Wo for any caso of catarrh that cannot be cured by taking Halls Catarrh Curo CO Props F J CHENEY Toledo Ohio We the undersigned havo known F J Cheney for tho Inst 15 years and be- Â¬ lieve him perfectly honorablo in all busi Â¬ ness transactions nnd financially ablo to carry out any obligations made by their firm West Truax Wholesalo Druggist Toledo Ohio Waldino Kinnan Marvin M P for Lightning struck and instantly kill- Â¬ ed Jack Cruzo a woll todo fanner a fow miles south of Knoxville Tenn Twenty Democratic members of tho Ohio Legislature are opposed to Gov Campbells renomiuation John Dean tho famous counterfeiter of Windsor county Ala has been jailed t Huntsville Mrs William Shelling of Ruraldalo Ohio was burned to death by her dress catching fire sale Druggists Toledo Halls Catarrh Curo Is neck ly acting directly upon Tho stables of the Galveston Tex mucous surfaces of the City railroad company were burned last monials sent freo Price week and sixteen mules roasted Sold by all druggists Whole Ohio tnken internal- Â¬ tho blood and system Testi Â¬ 75c per bottle al7m Owing to tho pros of work we will be unnblo to keep tho Union department supplied with tho proper amount of news o Will each sub Union in Eastern Kentucky elect a correspondent to give the Alliance news and solicit sutycribera c for The Herald and forward wa to mo at Ezol Ky Thk Hkrald is only 100 per year Let every brother suV scribe at once Fraternally Js B F Dm iylt earrUr JitVk i tr U -- r--- t fa iMfij - jiisj mt t 7 Tfj- - - r Tyr rsprr fctf fcv V J L r s duty or myself and of the man who hold tho othor side of tho blankot was to movo our arms so as to forco air into tho tunnol for on this doponded tho llfo of tho bravo follow working liko a molo within Tho man in tho tunnol drow in aftor him a squnro wooden box such as had A Story of Love and boon used in tho prison for a spittoon At opposlto sldoa this box had cords fastened to It which sorvod to drag It BY MAJOit ALFBKD II CALHOUN In and out and also as a moans of sig Â¬ nalling by tho man working within when it was full CONTINUKD Tho dirt takon from tho tunnol was scattored ovor tho floor from which tho GHAFTEll XIII looso foddor was first romoved it was I told Iloward Scott of my lntorvlow always placed back when tho nights with Gonoral Wlndor and by way of In work was finished ducing mo to boliovo that I had nothing I found tho fanning very hard work to foar ho introduced mo to Captain but was rolioved ovory half hour as was Fiynn of Indiana and Captain Sawyor the man digging inside Tho sensation of Now Joraoy two ollleora who had of working In tho dark with thoso In Â¬ boon condomncd to doath bocauso of tensely sllont earnest men I can nover two Confodoratos executed as spies by forget while tho tlmo was regulated by Oonoral Hurnsldo in Kontuoky I said tho alls woll of tho guards undor nothing to thoso gontlomon about my whoso foot a pathway to llborty and own caso but tho fact that thoy bore Gods land was being cut thomsolvoa with a quiot confldonco that I wanted t take my turn lnsido but thoir own Govornmont was able to pro Iloward would not hear to It until ho toot thorn gavo rao much comfort had had a chance to post mo as to tho For aomo wooks I had noticed that work soon aftor tho lights woro out ovory al- Â¬ About ono oolook wo woro rolioved by ternate night Iloward Scott would another gang and with my friond 1 oroop from undor our blanket and would cropt back as I had como to tho Upper not roturn till aftor midnight and ofton Chickamauga o not till noar daylight I also saw earth Hitherto I had boon living In dally marks on his olothos and this sot mo to dread of a summons from tho prison wondoring I questioned him at first ofllcials to answor for tho death of but ho avoided tho subject pointedly Frank llront but now that I had some Â¬ and I did not rofor to it again thing to do and a prospect of escaping This wont on for wooks Iloward got my feelings underwent a radical change ting thinnor dlrtior and moro ragged and I becamo positively cheerful ovory day It was not curiosity so much Through Iloward Scott I met Colonol as an intonso doairo to do something to Ross and all my fellow workors somo broak up tho horrible monotony of my of whom woro old friends Thoro woro llfo that deoldod mo to find out my less than thirty in all engaged In this frlonds secret for mysolf Ono night wonderful work and tho secrecy with just as tho guards woro calling out which thoy succeeded In kooplng their Ton oolook and alls woll and tho schomn from all tho othor prisoners was mon in tho Uppor Potomac room wore not tho least amazing part of tho under Â¬ shouting and singing as usual Iloward taking got up quiotly ilxod tho blanket about I soon got to know tho tunnol as woll my shouldors then with his boots in as if I had boon its originator Its his hands cropt down tho narrow lano courso was duo oast undor a roadway botwoon tho ranks of prostrato mon that ran down from Carey stroot to tho Boforo ho had gone fifty foot I was up canal and at right angles to tho prison and aftor him loaving my old boots bo front On ho othor sldo of this short hind Down tho stops to tho Lowor Ureot thoro was a high board fonco that Chicamauga down tho stops to tho cook shut out tho spaco from beyond view of room ho wont Tho lights from tho tho guards This spaco was a sort of lamps on Caroy stroot made it compara court yard for anothor wurohouso to tho tively bright here I saw tho crouch- Â¬ oast and in this warehouse great quan- Â¬ ing flguro of a man at tho flro placo bo tities of boxes woro stored these boxes hind ono of tho stoves and as Iloward had boon received under flag of truce approached I hoard a faint whispering for tho prisoners but about January 1 1 wont noisolossly across tho room 180 1 tho delivery of them ceased and and liko a revolution tho situation thoy woro nightly looted by our guards burst on mo and I saw through my As tho tunnol nearod completion my friends soorot Thoro was a ilguro bo own anxiety becamo so groat that rest sido tho hearth but Howards had van- during tho day became Impossiblo for an intonso impulse was on mo to bo at work all tho timo I found another IttiMlli War Â¬ hearts of mothers Wives sistora and swoot hoart8 aro broaking at homo Our beautiful land Booms changed Into tho valloy of tho shadow of death for thoro is mourning in ovory housohold ono day for a dead boy in gray and an Â¬ othor for a doad boy in bluo Hut tho bullota that Blay thorn do not stop on tho battlo flold but wing thoir way ovor hill and dalo nor rost till thoy And lodgment In somo womans heart With an ovor koon memory of your goodness to mo and mlno and praying night and day for tho dawn of peace boliovo mo Your Friond Cakkii Uhent I road this lottor ovor and ovor read it till I know it by heart read it till it separated at tho folds and then sentimontal youth that 1 was I placed It ovor my heart and folt happier and bottor for having It thoro Tho samo mall brought Iloward Scott a lottor from Molllo Vernon and ho showed that tho lovo of lovo is stronger than tho lovo of llborty by forgotting all about tho tunnel whilo with moisturo in his fine bravo oyes ho told mo of tho comfort this lottor had brought him At longth tho day camo or rathor tho night whon thoro woro two oponings to tho tunnol tho now ono being insldo tho high board fonco across tho way Tho tlmo had como whon tho pledgo of secrecy could bo romovod from tho workors and thoy woro free to toll thoir frlonds tbot thoy had oponod up a way that might load to liberty By ton oclock of tho night of tho ea capo ovory prisoner in Libby know of tho tunnol and was oagor to go through m turned to tho oast climbing over oarthworks and passing scores of guns now harmless as tho birds that somo day woro to build their nests in thorn Wo woro in doubt as to tho location of tho Chickahomlny whon to our great do light wo ontorcd a denso growth of AT THIS OFFICE wator willows and soon woro on tho loo thatcovored tho swamp This Ico was NOTEHEADS vory treachorous again and again It LETTERHEADS gavo way undor us lotting us down to our arm pits and forcing us to break BILLHEADS long avonuos boforo wo could find a dry STATEMENTS knoll or a log that would onablo us to SALE BILLS rlso And so wo kept painfully on till MINUTES tho blessed sun roso up and warmed our faces and our hearts CONTINUED NEXT WKKK Any and everything nt tho lowest prices Wo ranmm MASON LUKElMASON is a war story of more than usual excellence as j A THRILLING AND ROMANTIC STORY OF it Tie Late CM By JOHN R Xf A Ian jf Howard and I decided to koop closo to gothor so wo hold each othors hands that wo might not bo parted by tho crowd wo found about tho oponing in the hearth at ton oclock If thoso mon had movod with tho ordor of soldiers flvo hundred instead of ono hundred and fifty might havo gono through but as it was thoy jostled about tho open- Â¬ ing pulling mon out who woro half in and shouting and swearing liko so many mad mon If it woro not for tho customary noiso in tho Uppor 1otomao room tho guards must havo noticed tho hubbub near tho chimnoy For fully two hours Iloward and I waited still holding each othors hands At longth a shrowd tunnollor noar us raised tho cry Tho guards tho guards and on tho instant tho crowd about tho oponing surged away and rushed up tho stairs Tho spaco about tho hoarth wascloared and our chance had como I dropped Into tho cellar first closoly followed by tho Lieutenant Wo noeded no guide to lead us to tho opening and as soon as found it wo plunged In I again in tho ad Â¬ MUSICK SS jr rTZys fS I sir war stories go and is cer- tain to add much to the already wide reputation of its author f It is of course full of stirring incident has a strong and interesting plot and be- Â¬ sides being correct in its historic details is utterly free from partisan color- Â¬ Of course it is ing written in a loyal spirit but at the same time full credit is given the other side for their courage and bravery I vance TUB FIH3T MAN WHO MOVES DIEd About tho middlo of tho tunnol wo had IContuckian who was possessed In tho run on a sharp bowldor that forced a same way This was Captain Johnston slight deflection northward hore as I who could work hardor and no longer groped my way through I camo upon a without food or sleep than any man I man stuck hard and fast It proved to ovor mot bo an Austrian Count Lioutonant von At longth in oarly February tho tun- Â¬ IClodt of tho Army of tho Potomac and a nol was noarly completed and Cap Â¬ splondid ofllcor Ho had como ovor to tain Johnston was missing from roll call soo tho war and ho spoko but littlo En- Â¬ Tho prison was searched for him and glish and this littlo vanished in tho tho tunnollors who know whoro ho was foltcold and nervous till Ross told thorn that Johnston must havo escaped by bribing ono of tho guards as Captain Shulton had dono a short timo boforc CIIAPTKU XIV It is with no little Popular pleas- Â¬ ure that we announce a new story from the pen of this Western AWAY AWAY jj 4 tv Now and then lottors woro recoivod undor flag of truco and thoso woro oc Â¬ casions nover to bo forgotten Soon aftor roachlng Llbby I wrote a number X SLIPPED INTO TUB HOLE of lottors to my parents and f rionds and looso bricks ono to Carrio llront in which I explained iahod Thoro woro a lot of bosido tho ilguro and a black holo back my situation As our lottors could uot of tho hoarth told tho placo thoy had exceed a pago In longth and woro all read ovor by tho prison authorities I boon takon from whlsporod was in despair of hearing from Carrio Is that you Johnston whon to my groat delight and this on tho man w wr cii tho ovo of our oxodus from Llbby I ro Yns I ropllod uIs all right All right Scotts just gono down colved an answor from her Tho part vital to my story I horo BocarofuU said tho guard R W W JUSTICE TKK ESCAPE FHOM LIDBV transcribe I slipped into tho holo fcot first and Home Fob 4 1804 aid of a ropo droppod into the with tho My Dkak Captain Watts While all tunnel but fortunatoly I know somo collar undor tho hospital Gorman In this oruol war It was intonsoly dark but as soon as my sympathies Sunny South still aro on Office on Fairfax Street 4 Doors Below Push ahoadl I said prodding at him I must I roaohod tho bottom I folt a hand on tho side of tho as I was bolng prodded myself Rces House my shouldor and a mouth at my oar confess I am deeply pained to loam of Gott in Himmol I cant Im fasti WINCHESTER KY jyly tho mlsfortuno that has befallen you askod a bravo man to bo doprlvod of his ho ropllod In Gorman For Who la this Your clothes llborty Is trying no inattor how kind TTVR J A TAULBEE Captain Watts Yos my breechos tho Confedorato This In surprise Then his treatment but asproporly food nor Watts Slip them oil and Ill carry them out As youve authorities can not Howard Scott whisporod clothe thoir own bravo mon in tho flold for you I said discovorod tho secret for yoursolf I am By our united olTorts wo got off tho Hnzol Green Wolfo County not to blamo But you must oxplaln It stands to reason that tho prisoners of trousers and ho was enabled to go on war In thoir hands must sutler dearly KENTUCKY tho mattor to Colonol Rqss and now I handod thorn to him after I omorged for lifes necessities that you aro horo you must go to work Your mothor has sont you through from tho tunnol and tho last I saw of I roadlly agrood to this and after a him as Howard and I mado our way TSAAC W ROSE few words in which ho told of tho tun Â¬ two boxes of provisions and clothing south toward tho canal ho was putting nol thoy woro building out of Llbby ho and I havo tried to show my osteom in his olothos to rights Attorney-at-La- w lod mo across tho floor tho stones of tho samo way Read all tho books I It was a starlight night with a MAYTOWN KY which appoarod to bo covorod with a send you a lUblo among tho rost and koon frost In tho air but it was Tho sot of Will practice in tho Courts of Morgan and Uko looso foddor Aftor loav Â¬ noto tho marked passages substanoo a royal ohango from tho fotld at Wolfe counties Special attention to collecing mo standing against tho wall for chess aro tho samo you and I so ofton mosphoro of tho prison Wo did not tions and returns promptly nuulc played with In tho happy past aomo mlnutoa Iloward oamo back and And nosv as to brothor Ho was ro hurry but walkod lolsuroly to tho oast said Undor tho lamp at tho cornor of tho Tho boys aro a bit surprised but prlovod by Mr Llnooln for nlnoty days prison I saw a guard standing and I CI B MAY thoyllbo glad to havo you join in and sent to Johnstons Island up near hoard his cry Ono oclock post mini Attorney-at-La- w Now ask no questions but do as you Sandusky I havo been to see him throo bor ton and alls wolll Alls woll times and each tlmo ho has scorned aro told MAYTOWN KY echoed Howard as wo passed out of Ue led mo up along tho wall to thinner and moro worn Ho is in tho sight of tho prison and mado our way Will practice in tho Courts of Morgan and Â¬ whoro I folt soft oarth undor my foot hospital and tho doctors say ho has con toward tho railroad which wo had Wolfe counties Special attention to col and hoard a nninbqr of mon whlsporlng sumption but ho refuses to boliovo this planned to follow for a tnllo or two and lections and returns promptly made ovory communication was whispered and says ho would bo himsolf In a week then mako for tho Chlokahomlny and if ho woro only back in tho saddlo I am going In said Iloward swamp in which wo woro to romain in Xi4 F BYRD I havo recontly seon our mutual as you aro groon to tho business you friond Gonoral Roylo and ho is hard at hiding for tho day ATTORNEY AT LAW must stand horo and fan of tho hour favored us Tho felt an irrogular oponlng out Into work on a plan whoroby you can bo ex Â¬ Boyondlatonoss I CAMPTON KY tho prison wo saw no guards and through tho stono foundation This changed for Frank Gonoral Holt Is and ovcopting a drunken man In uniV 11 practice in the Courts of Wolfo and was tho ontranoo to tho tunnol A man Intorcstcd in this mattor and as ho has form who saluted us as wo passed wo saw Special attention to adjoining counties opposlto sldo of tho much influence it will not aurprlso mo no standoff at tho soldiers Neither of us had boots fit collections and furnishing ahstract of titles two cor- - to 800 you homo any day opening passed ovor to mo tho and I wish you and Frank onco you aro for marching but wo paid no hood to ners of what folt Uko a blankot slow Steady koop It up froo would pair off as thoy do in Con Â¬ this Onco on tho road loading to tho pprodt gress and lot othors llnlsh up tho war North wo qulokonod our paro Wo had toadyl Printed in tho best tttvlo I was I am suro all Kontuoklans would agrcp gono abouj two miles whon a flro In tho not need to bo told what and at lowest rates at this dono Tho to this plan If thoy only know howvtho advance caused us to ohanrjo our courso vbVil was to bo oftieo Scud us your order -- Thousands of readers all over the West have read and admired Mr Musicks stories and to such among whom can be counted surely the readers of this paper the mere announcement of a new serial by him will awaken the most pleasant anticipations of a rare literary treat Writer I FKAK NOT TUB COWARIUT noos You Should Read This Great Story It will shortly be begun in these columns SUBSCRIBE NOW So as to Not Miss the Opening Chapters T STEELE ATTORNEY AT LAW WJ8T LIBERTY KY -- X-3B- D DENTIST J Will practice in the counties of Elliott Morgan Mugoftin Menefeo and Wolfe Physician and Surgeon T F SUTTON BEATTYVILLE KY REAL ESTATE AND COLLECTING AGENT Collections and remittances promptly made Correspondence solicited pOMBS HOUSE CAMPTON S S COMBS KY Â¬ Pkopmktor The patronage of tho traveling public Is respectfully solicited Table the best and every attention for the comfort of guests -- FRED KELLAM WITH Â¬ M apl8ly S TIMMONDS Wholesale Grocers PORTSMOUTH 0 Â¬ Old Papers FOR SALE AT THIS OFFICE 25 GO foM Jw HORSE BILLS for 10c ICo for 25c fcir Dont wait until thoy nro nil gone but come rwI get them now 100 H 41 jBwmiimiiiWi mmimmumuin jiiw F L u DGPARcmenc Congressional District - PROCEEDINGS Ol the Moroni County 1 I II Tho Morgan County Union convened in regular session with Conterville Union April 21 1801 President A II Burgess in tho chair House tested and found correct Opened in form prayer by W S Maddix chaplain pro tein Minutes last meeting read and approved Necessary appointments made by the chair Committee appointed on programme wero Bros J II McGuire Jr L G Murphy and B C Stamper on resolutions G C Byrd J L Fugctt and A Holland on legislative demands S P Ashford W S Maddox and B F Blankcnship Tho committee on programme report- Â¬ ed the following 1 Convene at 7 A m adjourn at 1130 a m convene at 1230 2 That this Union take up tho i m regular routine of business and dispense of tho same as fast as possible and if necessary hold a night session to com- Â¬ plete tho business 3 That wo take decisivo steps in regard to a Representa tive and Senator to represent us in tho next General Assembly of Kentucky Report received and committee excused Â¬ Â¬ Official Organ of tho Tonth Ky B F DAVIS of Ezel - Editor iJ To whom all communications Intended for this department should he addressed STATE OFFICERS T T Gaimnkk President Hard well U F Davis Secretary Ezel Ciiarlks Pack Treasurer Sin W M UaiiiBY Lecturer Gold City KXIXUTIVE COMMlITKE Doolin Finchville T DISTRICT OFFICERS A J RiNCiO President Rothwcll Treiw Oiucr S L Kash Sec NATIONAL OFFICERS President L L Polk Washington D C Seey J II TonN rit 1 W It Bkowdeu Olmstciul 11 0- Hitows Clinton - indorsnicnt Hereafter NOTICE of nnv mans candidacy for any political ollico will be piillitli1 in these columns until he shall have paid the fee either to tho printer or myself To do so would be unfairly taking advantage of the publisher Only indorsements of farmers at farmers meetings inserted in this department under H F Davis any circumstances -- no Proceeded to business On motion Bro S P Ashford was Thirty new lodges were chartered for recommended as organizer for the north side of Licking river territory the week ending April 24th 1891 The following resolutions were adopt- Â¬ Tho Alliance is si non partisan and ed Let no Resolved That we believe that our salaa non sectarian organization ried olhcers receive too much pay for the one forget this services rendered 2 That our are selling The Union is on a boom in Kentucky goods under themerchants who the Unions jurisdition of of trade with our State business agent and as fifty charters sent out to that number many as can buy at the same time new lodges in the last ten days Secretary made report of expense editor of the which was received and ordered paid Rro W T Winn former The following resolution offered by S Labor JournalrFulton Ky reports two from Owen county This L Kash was unanimously adopted Sub Unions Whereas The Hajcki Gkukn Hkkam makes a total of seventeen Sub Unions has been adopted as in Owen county and the good work still Tenth Congressional the otlieial organ for District Union of Ken tucky and goes on Whereas There is edited by our State Bro P II Haney lecturer for Tenth Sccretnfy 15 F Davis in said paper an AlCongressional district has just completed liance department and Whereas Said paper will contain the organization of Knott county and procccdidgs of our meetings the cream the of reports the Union booming in that Alliance information in general and also a good local paper therefore be it county Bro Haney is one of our best Resolved I hat each member in Morgan county is earnestly requested to subscribe organizers for said paper as soon as possible On motion the candidacy of Bro J J S P Bond lecturer for Eleventh Bro Lau- Â¬ Rice of Magollin for Representative district is making things lively in in rel Whitley Pulaski Casey Knox and legislative district composed of the counother counties Bro Bond is a hustler ties of Morgan Magollin and Breathitt and has organized more Sub Unions was unanimously endorsed and recommended to the voters of the district than any man in Kentucky The following resolution in regard to U MtliiK ut CrockettHvlIIo F State Senator was unanimously adopted At a meeting held at Crockettsville by Whereas Iliero is to a L U April 17 1S91 the House at the August election be1S91Senator elected the F for the 34th was called to order by the President G Senatorial district ot Kentucky composed of the counties of Breathitt Johnson Lee S Miller Powell Magoffin Menefee Morgan and John S Hargis W B Combs and Wolfe therefore be it Resolved That we Thomas Deaton were appointed Com- Morgan county Union the delegates of the believe that ir order to have the principles of our organization mittee on Resolutions Ordered that we have a called meeting earried out and laborers protected we deem it necessary to recommend a man to at Jackson on the second Monday in voters of said district to represent us in the the next General Assembly of the Commoiu May at 2 oclock i m wealth of Kentucky Ordered that the time of holding the 2 That in the person of A J Itingo ex L U be on Fri- sheriff of Menefee county and president of Breathitt county F F it L U of the Congressional disday before the third Saturday in July trict of Kentucky Tenth find a we man worthy and well qualified to represent said district October January and April Ordered that the next County Union and in presenting him to the voters of this district we present a man who is well known be held with Barge Lodge No 2074 on throughout the entire district both in pub lie and private life As a citizen he is an Troublesome honestsober Christian gentleman and as G S Miller the follow Â¬ an official he was On motion of the acting sheriff of Menefee county for seven years during which ing resolution was adopted time he Resolved that we hereby recommend chiirgeofwas bold and fearless in the dis his duty and his official record to the farmers of the 84th Senatorial stands second to none in the State That district the Hon John S Hargis as a to 3representwe endorse him as a candidate said district and ask the voters suitable man and in every respect well of this Senatorial district when assembled in qualified to represent us in the nvxt their county meetings on tho 2nd day of May lbiH to indorse iho action of this General Assembly of Kentucky meeting The rmmittce on Resolutions made Report of the committee on Good of following report the the Order was as follows Resolved by the farmers of Breathitt To the President and Members of Morgan in convention assembled county 1 That we greatly fear that county F k L U on Good of Your committee the Order find true patriotism and wise statesmanship sixteen sub Unions represented and two is not as fully represented in the Con sub Unions are not represented The Order in this county is not prospering we would stitutional Convention as should have wish to see but believe we are as fixture in a this county and with proper education as been we fear true patriotism in a directed in our declaration of purposes very 2 That much good will be accomplished We bemajority of tho members of this conven Â¬ lieve that our peoplu have been very much enlightened and benefitted by our organization is stilled by the hive of money So far as we Have been tho long continued tion already general harmony and great able 8 That wo think to ascertain unaWe session and stupid laziness of tho present nimity prevails in our organization would recomnioiid brotherhood at is an outrage on tho tax pay large that they read to the of our convention more literature ers of this Commonwealth an outrage and study the interest of the masses of the people of our State and also those of sister on humanity and civilization an outrage States J K Quipksaii on our Republican form of Government Chairman W It Davis and an outrage upon tho honor and pa- Â¬ W E Bond triotic examples of our forefathers Committee 4 That wo think if this convention Report of tho committee on Legislacannot roviso tho Constitution without tive demands We the Committee on Legislative De bankrupting the State it had better beg leave let us live under tho mandsRelieving to submit the following come homo and 1 that this Government wan tho founded on the idea that all men shall have Constitution wo havo lived under equal chances in the race of life and that past forty years or indiour thanks to the no taxes shall he collected directly is neces- fi That we return rectly from the people except what tlllM noUKI llinoilt iinnnnm patrons of Crockettsville for their gene- SlirV ft IllrrV ically and honestly administered rosity and kind treatment which thoy u uomniiti hiicii a revision oi the j tariff as will lay the heaviest burdens on the showed whilo wo wore among them luxuries and tho G That a copy of theso resolutions bo of life and that lightest on the necessaries ail tariff be gradually re furnished tho Hazel Grkfn Hriuu duced 3 Wo demand that the public lands tho and tho Jackson Hustler for publication heritage of the people be reserved for ac G S Mhxer Proc tual bottlers only not another acre to rail roads orspeculaors mid that all lauds now I B Comds Sec 10 Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Fees for Announcements State Oflicers District 5 County 3 adjournment Convened at 1 i m House tested 1130 A m held for speculative purposes bo taxed at their full value I Tlut measures ho taken to prevent aliens from acquiring title to the lands in tho United States and Territories and to force titles already acquired by aliens to be relinquished tothe national Government by purchase and it retain said rights fur the use of actual settlers and citizens of the United States and that the law be rigid ly enforced against all railroad corporations which have not complied with the terms of their contract by which they have received largo grants of laud fi We demand the speedy payment of the public bonded debt of the Government at par by operating the mints to their full capacity in coining silver and gold and the tendering of the same without discrimination to the public creditors of the nation according to contract thus saving the interest on the public debt to the industrial masses and that the further issue ot bonds be prohibited 0 That we demand tho abolition of national banks the substitution of legal tender Treasury notes in lieu of national bank notes issued in suflicieut volume to do the business of tho country on a cash system regulating the amount needed on a per cap ita basis as the country demands expands and that all the money issued by the Gov ernment shall be a legal tender in payment of all debts both public and private 7 That we demand that Congress shall pass such laws as shall effectually prevent the dealings in futures of all agricultural and mechanical productions observing a stringent system of procedure in trials which shall secure prompt conviction and imposing such penalties as shall secure the most perfect compliance with the law 8 That we demand a graded income tax as we believe it is the most equitable system of taxation placing the burden of govern ment on thos who can best afford to pay instead of laying it on the farmers and me chanics exempting millionaires bond holders and corporations 9 That we demand the strict enforce ment of laws prohibiting the importation of foreign labor under the contract system 10 That we demand the most rigid control of all railroad and telegraph lines in the United States by the Government II That we demand the election of United States Senators by a direct vote of the peo Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ 4ii lyzrzzzszzsz I IN EFFECT JANUARY 4th 189L THE OLU HJ i Z77ZSjSuJSZk77iZIZS KENTUCKY CENTRAL RAILWAY R IlLVK Git ANN ItOUTK SHORTEST AND QUICKEST ROUTE FROM UENTUAL KENTUCKY 0 KENTUCKY ROUTE I TO ALL VOINT8 Newport NevrB Mississippi Valley Co CK IM XaWNHa NORTH EAST WEST AND SOUTHWEST FAST LINE BETWEEN LEXING TON AND CINCINNATI Â¬ WASHINGTON BALTIMORE OLD POINT PHILADELPHIA NEW YORK BSTSciikduli in Effect Fun Sovjth Bound Cincinnati Covington j tins Lexington No 2 Daily No 4 Daily 15 1891 THE SEA SHORE Â¬ Dally Express Fst Le KxSun Lc 8 10 am 8 00 pm 2 10pm 8 18 11 No tl Accom And nil Eastern Cities aaaaaaiNaSaaaiaaaaiaiiaaatataiiaaia Tho Direct Lino to 12 Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ That we demand that all laws that do not bear equally upon capital and labor be repealed and the removal of all unjust technicalities discriminations and delays of justice 13 That we will not vote for any candi date for county State or national representative who will not declare himself publicly in favor of the Allmncc principles and pledge himself to labor for the same with all his energy 14 That we indorse the act of the Na tional Farmers Alliance and Industrial Un ion held at Ocala Fla Committee on Resolutions reported the following 1 That when the county offices are to bo filled that the sub Unions of this Morgan county come to the action and select men who belong to the Union to fill said offices 2 That we will not support anv man for office who is not a member of the Union or who will not pledge himself to support our principles 3 That we attend our stated meetings more regular in the future than in the past 4 Whereas it is Magoffin countys time to select n man for the Legislature therefore be it resolved that we indorse the action of the Magoffin county Union in selecting John J Rice as the candidate to represent us in the State Legislature 5 That each sub Union in the county is requested to draft resolutions and send them to the County Union so that we may have a more harmonious action C That we adhere strictly to the princi ples of the Union and use all our powers to promote me cause oi me same 7 That men who anticipate riinniuig timber down Licking river to market meet and agree on the price of different grades of timber and that no man sell or contract for less than the stipulated price 8 That we return our most heartfert thanks to the brothers and sisters of Center ville Lodge for their kind hospitality shown us during our meeting That the proceedings of this meeting be published in the Hazki Gjuckn and runners Home Journal 12 Â¬ ple pm pm 20 pm tllll Richmond Lc 1 50 pm Lancaster lupin MIM Stanford Ar 5 20 pm No 3 No 5 No 1 Daily Daily North Bound Sx press Daily Kx Sm Lc 7 00 am Stanford Lancaster 32 7 50 am 10 15 am Vr Richmond 8 15 am Lc a 4 Jellico 8 50 am Williamsburg 0 35 a in Corbin Ar J Cumbd GapLc h MS i 25 am 1 Williamsburg Jellico Ar Ar Richmond Livingston Corbin Middlcsborough Cumberland Gap Lc Corbin Paris Winchester Lc 11 12 1 3 I am 8 03 pm 2 Lti pm 18am 10l3pm 5 30 pm lOnn 11 00 pm 0 20 pm 5 37 pm 2i am 15 pm lOnn 7 l0pm Ho pin 05 pin 1 LEXINGTON ST LOUIS LOUISVILLE KANSAS CITY MEMPHIS CHATTANOOGA Stpni GO 7 7 25 pin ittti 50 pin HIM t And nil Points West nnd Northwest nnd South nnd Southwest 5 15 1 kast hound Lexington Winchester Mt Sterling Olive Hill Ashland Cattlcttsburg Huntington 1VKST HOUND Fast Fast Ml Accom Express Daily Dnily Daily ex Sun ex bun Lc 215pm 0 7 7 15 11 1 Louisville 55pm 12 15pm 20pm 125pm 0 0lpin 85pm 10 30pm 5 35pm 10 13pm 5 50pm Ar 11 07pm 0 25pm llOpin am 40am 5 25pm 515pm 7 flOpra 10 15pm G Â¬ Livingston Livingston Richmond Middlesbnrough orniu Vr F i - J 3 I 1511111 Lc Clio i LS - 1l A 0 11 05 am Mam Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ 2 00 pm 3 15 pin Limitkd Vkstiiutlki ExritKRs runs daily am 2 15 pm lL5pin and has Vestibulcd Pullman lluflet Sleepers 0 37 pm between Louisville Lexington Washington Ar 10 JJ am 15 pm New York Cincinnati Ar 10 50anij 5 50 tin and Old Point Comfort This train is made part of the celebrated W L MlINSON Trav Pass Agt Cincinnati Ohio Kast of Huntington on the C O route S It Knott C P Atmokk Tratlie Manager Gen Pass Agt Fast MaiiTiiaixk run daily except Sun General Ollices Louisville Ky day between Lexington and Huntington Make direct connections at Huntington with S F It MoitsK Asst Gen Pass Agt At Ashland with S V Ky At Office Chamber of Commerce Huildiug Winchester with K C It Jt north and Cincinnati Ohio south bound and at Lexington with L T P ltallroads No 2 Dailv to all points except Rowland N L S and C N O Division which is daily except Sunday LKXINOTON AM OllVB HlIL ACCOMONo 1 Runs daily from Lexington to CinDATION daily except Sunday Connects nt cinnati Winchester to mid from K C points and No 2 Runs daily No 5 Runs dailv from all stations ex at Lexington with L S 11 It for Louisville cept the Rowland Division which is daily For full Information In regard to Rate except Sunday Routes etc apply to any Agent of this or No 3 Daily except Sunday No 4 Daily between Cincinnati and Lex connecting lines or to ington Huntington C L Brown Nos 2 and fl make connections at Win II E V P hiiiIG M chester for points on the N N it M V K I LKXINGTON KY No 2 Carries through cars from Cincin nati to Middlesborough and Cumberland G W IUiwky W S Haruison Gap iand all intermediate stations and runs A Lexington Ky G A Abhland Ky laily Winchester Paris Lexington Ar Lc Ic Paris Covington 7 7 00 inn 7 fill 11 15 am 05am RMtJpm 55 am l lupin 15 urn 2 33 pin Charleston Huntington Cattlcttsburg Ashland Olive Hill Mt Sterling Winchester Lexington Louisville teee 21am 12 50uu OOnm 110pm 120pm 0 25am 1 lOpm 0 35am 2 58pm 8 47am 3 45am 4 32pm 10 52 am fl 25am 5 12pm 11 45 am 7 15am Ar 5 45pm 12 40pm 8 10am Ar 0 15pm 4 50pm 12 15pm 11 1 Le j i 1 F F V Â¬ CO Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ GlA Â¬ 5 J P ROGERS WITH 1 lliitu Com J HAZEL GREEN ACADEMY Second Term Began J L Fuoktt A II G HYItl Feby 9 1891 Â¬ Holland JULIUS BENCKENSTEIN Manufacturers and Jobbers of CO The meeting then adjourned to meet with Pino Grove Union in July 1891 Â¬ Respectfully submitted S L Kash Sec M C U Omer April 22 1891 By action of the Executive Commit- Â¬ tee of jjic State F L U all charters issued prior to Feb 1 1890 should be returned to this office together with list of present officials and 15 cents to pay postage Ac and a new Union charter will be sent to the Union in place of tho old charter Many Unions to date have failed to do this Please do so at onco In sending for now charter if you have not tho now revised constitution mention tho fact and give the number wanted and they will bo sent you with Ouu I u d p fi UIju WOONSOCKET vantages in a hum Enumhii couksis In cluding Latin a thorough iiuhinksh course a COMlMJTK tkachkiih coukkk Our Eng Â¬ lish Course is thorough and prepares for entrance Into Kentucky University mid col leges of that class Our Teachers Couno embraces all the branches within tho Com mon School Law together with Talks and Lectures on School Topics Our Business Course prepares for the business transactions of every day life and for special positions as clerks book keepers accountants etc Â¬ Â¬ Hazel Green Academy oflorB unuminl nd Ratkk ohTuition per Session of 5 Months Â¬ RUBBER AGENCY NO 10J WEST PEARL STREET Â¬ Â¬ CINCINNATI O FREE TUITION given to one student from each of the twenty mountain counties upoi presentation of cortitlcato of good moral standing signed by the County Judge and County Superintendent Ojily two stu Â¬ dents have applied for freo tuition this year FIRST GRADE SECOND GRADE THIRD GRADE FOURTH GRADE payable one half on entering school the other half at middle of tho term 5 00 7 CO 10 00 12 60 Â¬ your charter Fraternally B Â¬ F Davib In order to induce so mo brother in each Sub Union to solicit subscribers to Tin IIkuaiI I will make the following very liberal offer The regular prico of Tin Hihali is 1 per year money always in advance but for the next three months I will send ten copies of Tin Hiiiam for 9 and to tho one sending tho largest club I will give freo a German silver badge Alliance very nice and should bo worn by ovcry member of tho Union Now is the time to send in a club Who will bo tho first to respond Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ 111 Fnfternally Needing a tonlo or children B F Davis jdTupilN from a dlstanco will be under tho supervision of the Principal of the school Teachers of Public Schools Do you want to prepare yourselves forbtdter work in your profession Do you want to b a true tcaoher If so attend school at the Htuel Green Academey mid take our Normsl Course during the Winter mid Spring We offer you better advantages at a less ex Â¬ pense than any school in the mountains ef I VU UAK KNTKK AT AFY TIMK ivunitiCKy Samplo TenB different pattcrnH In Teachers Course Includes hII tjie common Itlatcli Box Nickel IlHtod school studies with Talks and Lectures bou post paid on receipt or 1U OKNT8 op school topics A 81KCIAI DKIM Qlm CO London for teachers was arranged at the beginning PERRY of tho second term February i BrMilwty New York U S umce 810 You am opt satisfied with hkcond and fl Sold nt Tin Hkuaid olllco nt 10o a TIIIIUJ 0IA88 OKKTIHICATKNll Do HOt be dozen or 75c n uiohh Call mid purchase content with anything less tlmn Filter CLAW HIIWT OnADK some if you would make writing easy S5uFor lurthor InforniRtlon add res OOfleo jrrar It Mnf mW by John II OboiwlnTfirV il wink far ut Iltaitrr H Good Board otin bo obtninod at from 300 to 250 per yeok STEEL PENS 1f eim824 y HP Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ that want building tako imOWNH IKON 1IITTBHB It Is pleasant to take cures Malaria Indigestion and lMUousncM All dealer keep It up hou1 XjADIKS Â¬ BH much but vie ran tom majr nul intk you quickly hew latum from la jou o II id iu ii iiu mum on Heih m 11 gn littny ptitor Amtflca xu tan imiiirnr at liouir l intr all ttiuf llmtur tiiar lnomnl onlrla blHr n r IK wuik All la mw Oiral can jou fluroiiniiiK Mrotkr Uch ur fl Aug 20 1800 WM IRlflOipAL COKD try trfihlnr MIU4H 1AHriCULAIlrt A KABIIYHlKklilLY 10 rKFU Addrual onei J OKI USB JlilNK Lnifl SSL t -- s Printed in the tet style and at lowest rate a tbia ofHee HORSE BILIS Send us yfr order At J - v h P A 4m mT TP if iir tj r IS Hazel Queen SPJCNOER COOPER Herald Editor KY 1 Friday HAZEL GREEN - 3Iny 1891 x t MJWoW Mi mM mmJmS FOR LIEUTKNANT GOVKKNOH 1u9 C wftw HON I 1 M ALFORD OF PAYBTTK COUNTY Subject to notion of the Democratic Party BRIEF BON BONS r i i frfc I A N to 5 I s ftY V H Q Tliero is one thing that should not bo exhibited ut tho Worlds Fair a Chica next four years So well indeed that go municipal election every man can point to his vote for Hon John Young Blown as the proudest act Insanity as a plea for murderers of his life and the young men of today lias jjivon way to hypnotism or as the grandfathers of the future will tell old timers used to call it mesmerism their children and their childrens chilMr Harrison evidently isnt supersti- dren of Browns triumph with a thrill of tious or he would not venture to swing ecstatic joy in recollection of the event around tho circle in the face of tho One of the most distinguished citizens of fato of tho other Presidents who accom a distant State in a private letter to the editor of this paper says of Col Brown plished that feat There should be no failure in his nomi We havent much of a navy to fight nation ho would make a Governor who Italy with but if tho American eagle would be an honor even to that State emits one of his fiercest shrieks tho organ whose chair has been so often filled bv grinders will all be frightened out of as great a line of Governors as ever managed the destiny of any State seven years growth r- d jit- mcnfT Fellow citizen Democrats in the face iHi H ItHiHthrrt A Democratic politicians may as well of all facts in favor of Mr Brown can we afibrd not to nominate him aT While S begin now to brighten up on Judgo Jim the opportunity oilers let us grasp it and Jewells famous phrase for that it will bo of practical utility just after the secure in him a Governor who is in sym Â¬ pathy with the people State convention is assured Heres the The papers over tho State favorably cue p i h That our young friend Hon Mitchell mention Hon Joe Elliston of Mt SterThondago that few office holders die C Alford will have no opposition for the ling in his race for Attorney General and none resign will have to be revised nomination for Lieutenant Governor in and he will certainly go into the State if Senator Edmunds example- becomes the Democratic State convention at Lou- Â¬ convention with a formidable force of contagious However come to think of isville is an accepted fact and is in accord followers In the short time that he has it an epidemic of resignations would with tho popular will but nevertheless been canvassing he seems to havo visited his host of friends should continue their ever county of the Commonwealth and please a great many people arduous devotion to his cause steadfastly everywhere he has found friends There is always hope for a man who and unceasingly until he reaches the Apropos of the proposed reunion of isnwareof his own faults Ex Senator goal of his ambition Zeal for no other Blair just beforo sailing for China his candidate should render his friends less the Fourth Kentucky Cavalry C S A new post of duty declined to be inter- Â¬ zealous in his cause and no jugglery that soon to be held Judgo G B Swango viewed saying I have talked too much will in the least jeopardize his chances who was a member of the same brigade already Ho had evidently read the for the nomination should for a moment Giltners suggests that there be a re be considered newspapers Ways that are dark union of tho brigade and names Cynthi and tricks that are vain might involve ana as the proper place to hold it This When tho young emperor of Germany his interests and we admonish his friends command contained a large number of has n spell of indigestion and speaks a to stand aloof if such be attempted No men from this section and should they littlo cross as all of us liable to do under man who will go before the Louisville conclude to meet at Cynthiana they will similar circumstances all Europe shivers convention with a claim has done so have a royal time with fear and tho air is full of war ru- much for tho Democratic party within The Bourbon News thinks Hon Jack mors Americans havo many troubles tho present decade as has Mitch Alford but thank heaven fear of war isnt one no ono deserves more from it and his Hcndrick will undoubtedly be the nomi- Â¬ of them devotion should bo duly awarded in his nee for Attorney General despite all the nomination by acclamation This his opposition he has Mr Hendriek lives Ex Senator Ingalls says he proposes to past service justly merits and fidelity to in Fleming and will be the choice of dovoto his attention to making money party interest must have the seal of favor our peoplo should Mr Elliston at any by farming Wo trust that ho will suc- if wo are to hopo for future success time be eliminated from the race With ceed but whether he does or not he will Alford by acclamation is the appropriate two such candidates as Mr Elliston and bo hotter occupied than in making money thing and let every delegate join in the Mr Hendriek in Eastern Kentucky the out of tho farmers by exacting usurious glad acclaim Western end of the State has only a Rhea rates of interest for money loaned upon of hope for the Attorney Generalship mortgage as ho is credited with having Judge Swango is still sanguine of sucCol John O Hodges will go into the dono for years cess in his race for the nomination for Register of tho Land Olliee and if he is convention at Louisville with more votes It was John Sherman who originated properly supported from this section as for him for Superintendent of Public tho oxprcssivo political phrase I am ho should be he will win with bauds Instruction than any man in the race looking after my fence and ho has now down Every man in Eastern Kentucky according to the best information we can started a new ono on its travels by say should stand by him and more especi Â¬ obtain This being so he bids fair to ing I came out hero to build a barn ally tho mountain men as he is the only get the nomination and in that cnse we Thoro aro not a fpw peoplo in Ohio who candidate representing this section in the have only to say that the Democratic would like to know tho kind of crop the scramble for State offices In every party will have chosen wisely and the wily politician proposes to store in that county convention held next Saturday common school system secured tho best barn tho delegates should be instructed to equipped superintendent to be had in vote for Judgo Swango in tho State con- tho State Thoro is a wido diflerenco of opinion and uso all honorable means vention Duiuocrntlo Miirtit Convention in tho ranks of the Republican party on to secure his nomination If elected Pursuant to a call of the Executive tho question of Canadian reciprocity Judgo Swango would mnko a right Reg Senator Morrill says It will nover ister and as Eastern Kentucky does a Democratic Committee of the Stato of Kentucky tho Democrats of Wolfe como and ex Roprescntativo Butter greater amount of business with that covuty will meet in mass convention at worth says It is bound to come ollico than any other ortion of the State the court house in Campton at 2 oclock Theso of course nro tho oxti ernes but it would bo exceedingly appropriate to v m May the 2nd 1891 for the pur even among thoso who favor tho idea have that officer from this end pose of selecting dolegates to represent thoro is littlo hope of anything being ac- Â¬ Wolfe county in tho Stato convention to complished nuuler tho present circum- Â¬ Major L C Norman tho present in bo held at Louisville on tho 13th day of stances cumbent as Stato Auditor has made May 1891 to nominate candidates for Secretary Tracy is deserving of tho such an efficient ofiicer that there can bo tho various Stato offices to be voted for sympathy of all honest peoplo in his cf no doubt of his endorsement in the com- at tho August election 1891 All Dem- Â¬ fortto take tho navy yards of tho coun- Â¬ ing convention He is filling out the ocrats cf the county are specially re try out of politics but ho will probably unoxpired term of Mr Hewitt under tho quested to bo present as this is an realizo if ho lias not already done so Governors appointment and for his important election and the will of the that ho has undertaken tho largest con fidelity to tho that trust in the past ho masses of the Democracy of the State tract of his life and his failure to carry should bo rewarded with tho ollico for should bo expressed in tho County con Â¬ ventions and adhered to and fairly rep Â¬ it out need not surpriso anybody Mr tho next four years resented by delegates in the State con- Â¬ Tracy Ja only ono man and tho politi Sympathy for tho widow of Wood vention that when nominations are mado cian who work tho navy yards for their own personal benefit are numerous and Lougmoor will give tho nomination for pcaco and harmony may prevail and tho Appelato Clerk to Abram Addams her nominees receive tho full party vote in influential brother who is tho present deputy in August Democrats look well to your fella Iowa huj ben Bufloriug from charge of the office This is the motion own iutorests Joskpu 0 Lykins tomm willed the rip It has been of tho masses and those men who aro fcotwd Uuit th trouble wrs caused trying to defeat tho will of tho people Chairman Democratic County Commit Â¬ will find that it h a losing game tee for Wolfo coutity Jfc4fcotd wtUr Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Tho bollef that Hon John Young Brown will be tho Democratic nominee and tho next Govornor of Kentucky has steadily grown until it is now so strong as to be n conviction with a great majority of the thinking citizens of this Com Even the few who deyoutly monwealth desire his defeat admit that he is tho most available man and tho strongest candidate that will present his claim to the State convention Tho honest yeo manry of tho grand old State having looked over the political planetarium and most thoroughly canvassed the chances jof each candidate have witnessed the hand writing on the wall and look upon his nomination as a good omen for their common cause His past record is so thoroughly in accord with the demands of the farmers he has been so honest and conscientious in his opposition to t III corporations mat tney win lorm a strong factor in his favor when the culminating contest comes And they will be well rewarded for that favor in the Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ 1 m w S4-9fr- - Jztiik fa ff 1 Citizens plationol Bunk WINCHESTER KENTUCKY -- WM 3 PAID UP CAPITAL it A yAVii 1 fflffl A Â¬ siSfi si a j i i b aft a 17500000 WASH MILLER lHESIDKNT S W WILLIS VICE PRESIDENT A H HAMPTON CASHIER J W P0YKTER ASST CASH 1KB i vji7 mfm p23EBmaafflm iwSJrasfSiKCfif5 - li jj t ji i - wWi 0 n iLj i uFi t n ir i licits deposits makes collec- Â¬ tions gives piompt and careful attention toall business entrust Â¬ ed to it Has nnnde facilities for doing acucial banking business So Â¬ and extendsito its cum- - ZirZzSfszttjF2ZZri7 I 4 - Lj cu ran BK rf wT -- tomers the most liberal accom modations consistent with cori rect banking business Â¬ J TAYLOR DAY FLOYD DAY KELLY B DAV Â¬ J T DAY WHOLESALE Largest Stock CO HAZEL GKEEN KENTUCKY AND RETAIL Lowest Prices Â¬ 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 Â¬ Tbe EmMIeto 12 Mobile Counts LEXINGTON KY West Short Street A Model Restaurant in Almost Every Feature SEATING CAPACITY 150 Fresh Oysters at all seasons Hlue Points Saddle Hock- - New York Counts and Meals to order nt all hours Delicacies of the season tihsnys on hand The most complete and modern kitchen in the State Among the recent additions N n Miller Improved linage the finest in the world with eighteen fires six steaming attachments two large broilers and hot and cold water reservoirs This range will cook anything from a halt a beef to a tid bit of sweetbread and is the only one of the kind in Â¬ REGULAR MEALS 25 CENTS Â¬ Â¬ Kentucky A hearty welcome and the most courteous treatment to all GUS LUIGART Proprietor WM - nov21ly J M KELLY President MUGHT Secretary and Treasurer WHENEVER YOU VISIT LEXINGTONCALL ON THE Lexington Foundry Go Office 99 EAST MAIN STREET Â¬ Â¬ Shop STATE east of Louisville K TJ RAILROAD near 7th St Thev are operating THE LARGEST FOIWDIIY AND MACHINE SHOP IN THE Â¬ All kinds of IJOILER AND ENGINE ItEPAIUINO SKILLFULLY DONE at tub lowest mvinc miens J M KELLY President Office 99 EAST MAIN STREET T 6Br FouiHlry on K U RAILROAD Â¬ aviVnv XjeXlIlgLOIl Jy WHOLESALE MANUFACTURING DRUGGISTS KY CATLETTSBURG Tho Lnrgost Drug House In tho Ohio Valley Manufacturers of 228 REMEDIES that nro Sold by tho Dozen 10000 Square Foet of Floor Room 28 Hands Employed Â¬ r jt u aoie proprietors oi me mourns Â¬ flute guaiantce jThe only remedy that NERVE KINCI v X V to eurc ail Pains and Aches Cramps and Colic Dlarrlmm lyg emery etc i sen internally ami exter- nally llepJIAiAjjlUJl l tl w1- - is sold on an nlso x iuick ami ai uson cis oi tno Kinm jand Trinary Organs Thousands of cer- tlhcates of those who have used this remedy will he scnton implication Tt3a For the UlUnnn ww Sole proprietors of the renoMiiedtSuvX linurv wwnumbl iwiii nnnui permanent cure X of Tains in thc a fSyFon Salk ijy Dhuo Stokes and Covntiiv Stokes EvnKYwinju TTTTfl TTTflT A T ill In TrT Kentucky Subvert o totxs the best local paper published todnv now and ctteh the good things it will contain this year h il S1 00 iVCftr aml u is acknowledged V m rt htk vJLATlliU ir am ii iwiwnvjnivuwriMiBywuiwiiimMinwiiw m una iinmim MMMn i Elder D G Oonilw nssisted in tho An Kloquuitt Trencher meeting at tho Christian church from Rev Mr Chirk of Mt Sterling who Has a larger ciioulatfon in Wolfe Morgan Chris ami Ilreuihltt tliau all other papers in tlio Saturday to Monday night inclusive has been holding a meeting at tho tian church at this place sinco Thursday Unite ami merchants in Mt Sterling Win land left for Hcattyvillo Tuesday chester Lexington Louisville ami Cincin of Inst week closed Wednesday night nati will iillll itTIIB 1JKST mkdmtm tliroiigh J O Trimble has returned from Mom and Thursday morning left for his home which to secure Mountain Trade phis Twin whero ho sold n number of From there ho goes to Ashland Ky ADVKUTISINU ItATKS TltANHIKNr town lots at satisfactory prices In tear- Â¬ where ho will assist in tho dedication of Advertisements inserted for less than 3 months will he 75 contH an inch for the ilrnt ing down an old brick liouso on ono of a new church and hold a two weeks insertion and 25 cents an inch for each sub tho lots sold a bng containing 8000 in meeting Bro Clark is an earnest advo Â¬ sequent insertion AdAlIj TltANHIHNT AUVKKTISINO MUST gold was found in tho chimney by tho cate of tho Gospel an eloquent pulpit purchaser Tho lot cost him 500 in lAin in auvanci orator and during his stay hero impress Â¬ 8TAXMNO AOVBIITISKMKNT8 ed upon all tho importance of living 0 00 1 inch 12 months 10 00 3 inches close to Christ As a pulpit orator he is WE WILL ALLOW A 12 00 A postal from Mr Maupin represent- Â¬ 3 inches a spell binder a profound rcasoner and W 00 inches 1 0 ing D H Carpenter of Catlettsburg fi inches altogether just tho typo of man calcu- Â¬ 20 00 informs us that ho will visit this section 0 inches lated to win souls to Christ both by Liberal rates on larger advertisements soon with a full line of samples and precept and practice All who heard made known on application Obituaries tributes of icspeet etc 3c a that ho will be pleased to have our mer Â¬ him are tho better by it and all who can line Count six words to the line and send chants favor him with an order Those emulate the example he has left us will We will write money with the manuscript needing goods in his lino should await at G cents a line obituaries and publish possess the true spirit of Christianity Local notices to be interspersed among his coming and learn his prices as ho is We hope ho may como again come often reading matter f cents a line with a dis prepared to offer buyers special induce Â¬ cent where they run a mouth and stay long as tho intelligent dis count of 5 per ments or more courses ho delivers must upbuild his Marriage and death notices not exceeding Mr J Taylor Day tho big merchant Masters cause in any community To and published kkik ten lines solicited ri- 7jr lhhH von KkoiIjAK Advkktisixo of Hazel Green has bought tho Keii sit under tho drippings of tho sanctuary QUAIITKUIY OX DKMAX1 IAYAllIK tucky Union Companys general mer when ho pours forth tho Saviours love SPKWKK COOPKK Address Hazel Green Ky chandise store at Clay City and is now for the sinful sons of man is soul stirring Â¬ in Cincinnati laying in a stock of goods and brings all who love Him truly love ANNOUNOKMENT The storo is one of tho largest and best Him binging tho sweet song Nearer We are authorized to announce GKOHGE appointed east of this city and Mr Day my God to Thee Could wo always W DltAKK as a candidate for Shu rill of is a shrewd and experienced business luivo such preaching the man world must Wolfe County subject to action of the Dem man and will do much to restore Clay needs kneel at the Cross and shout with ocratic party JAMES K ItOlJEItTS of Leo county is City to her former state of prosperity joy Peace on earth good will to man a candidate for the State Senate in this tho Lexington Transcript But alas denominational dogmas too the ac Â¬ 31th Senatorial district subject to tion of tho Democratic party often hide Deity and tho songs of Tho contest for tho nomination for Zion fall upon stony ground with the We are authorized to announce JOHN S HAUG1S of Jackson as a candidate for State Senator from this district is so far result that there is no fruit in tho Mas Â¬ State Senator from this the 34th Senatorial confined to two candidates Hon JohnS ters vineyard to the action of the Demo district subject Hargis of Jackson and Hon James K cratic paity We are authorized to announce JOHN P Roberts of Beattyville Both of them Tho laclison Tostnm tor Aisles for Proof WKLLS of Paintsvillc Johnson uouuty as being from the Jackson Ky April 28 1801 Kentucky River side of a candidate for Senator from this the 34th Editor HkiiaIjD I see in your issue of Senatorial district subject to the action of the district it will be hard to determine party tie Democratic the 24th inst that complaint has been between them Later Since the above was in type made to you that I am in the habit of F Hon John P Wells of Paintsvillc has loaning Tin Herald from this office A T Lacy is managing J T Will your complainant please have the Clay City announced Days new store at politeness to come around and make his Hon G B Swango of Wolfo county grievance known to me Died Monday night of consumption And if he candidate for Register of the Land Office doesnt deal in that kind of goods will he near Hazel Green Miss Flora Finch was in Georgetown last week meeting a please Ictus know through The Herald W T Whalcy of Heattyville is visit- few of his old friends and forming some when and to whom his paper was loaned week ing here but will return homo next new acquaintances Mr Swango comes and if he cant give an instance of loan- Â¬ Died Thursday of last week infant from a section from where most of the ing The Herald will he please advise child of Harris and Libby Higgins col- Â¬ business in that office comes and from a the public what paper of any kind has section that has not had an over supply ever been loaned from this office All ored of the State officers Mr Swango is the subscribers to The Herald except P R Phillips of Keattyville was a as well qualified as his opponents for tho two at this office have boxes and their guest of the Day House Monday and place and like them is an orthodox papers are put in their boxes immediately Tuesday member of the Democratic party The after their arrival and are always taken between Kothwell and this Enterprise has known Mr Swango from out the same day The others are given The hacks place will begin running May 4th if the his boyhood and knows that he has been out when tho subscribers call for them A A- - A-- -A A J A - - A- an untiring worker for the success of The road continues to improve Herald and all other papers that Democratic principles Georgetown En- Â¬ come to this office are given out prompt- Â¬ Gus Meyer the genial representative terprise ly to the subscribers when called for and Co Ironton Ohio of W M Kerr Hon John S Hargis of Breathitt in no case ever loaned Respectfully was a guest of the Day House Tuesday R A Hurst P M county is announced for State Senator of Jackson wa from this district and he is going to Uncle John Hargis Kiel KrolutioiiH here the latter part of last week looking make it mighty lively for the other as Elder J M Downing has just closed a after his chances for the State Senator pirants He stands well with the farm- Â¬ ship He has some warm friends here ers as is evidenced by the following very interesting meeting at this place The principal work of the meeting was extract from the proceedings of a F Rev J Z Haney will preach at the L U meeting at Croekettsville in his to to no up the business elemont of the Presbyterian church in this place on the Resolved That wo hereby church The result is matters are now own county second Sunday in May at 11 oclock recommend to the Farmers and Labor- Â¬ in much better shape and tho improve Everybody invited A M and 7 30 p M ers Union of the counties composing ment will still bo carried further as the L IJ de this the 84th Senatorial district the Hon officers are carefully revising the list of Nothing will go in the F Wo have added largely to our stock and now occupy through John S Hargis as a suitable person and members and all that are not living up two large buildings and carry as complete a line of partment that does not first pass goods as to their duty are requested to make sat Â¬ the hands of B F Davis of Ezel to in every way worthy and well qualified can be found in any city isfaction at once ftr tho intention is L U matter should be to represent us as a Senator in the next whom all F you time to make tho trip to our city write General Assembly of the Commonwealth to purge out tho old leaveu that we addressed may be a now lump that our future and we will send cuts or samples of any of tho many arti- Â¬ of Kentucky may bo as near Apostolic as possible cles Candidates should announce now as that we carrv Communion services every Sunday at dangerous and they gain noth delays are Hon John P Wells of Paintsvillc When you do come down make our storo your head Â¬ ing by it District announcements 5 Johnson county is announced as a can Â¬ the close of Sunday school Bro Combs county 3 and fee will be the same up to didate for the State Senate from this has also been employed for another year quarters CO preaching on tho second Sunday of each Alwavsin advance July 81st district the Thirty fourth and those JAMES KENNEDY JAMES 13 TIPTON who know him say he is an exceedingly month at 11 oclock A M and Saturday The Hazel Green cornet baud was out popular man among tho people He before at 3 p at serenading Saturday night and to say submits his claims to the action of the Tho shepherd of Ezel now reports even ai that the hoys do exceedingly well for Democratic party and if elected prom- Â¬ 100 lambs living besides a great many only four weeks practice is but small ises DKALRItS IN- to faithfully discharge tho duties of that havo died It seems that J M praise for their phenomenal progress tho position in the interest of the people Pieratt is about to monopolize tho sheep Swango read the new constitu whom ho will represent Mr Wells is a industry in tho mountains What about fudge L U of practicing lawyer at Paintsvillc and Wingless tion at a meeting of the F PAINTS OILS VARNISHES AND BOOKS AND STATIONERY this county held on Lacy creek Friday possesses all tho necessary requirements The horse show at this placo last Sat Â¬ and explained many of its provisions A consideration of his claim is in order urday was wcB attended and the lino Those who heard it were very favorably and later on ho will very likely call on horses from Hazel Green were greatly CrTlie preorlptionH nml ordcro of Doctor especially solicited and given special the people and make their acquaintance admired by the lovers of fine stock euro mid attention in compounding impressed with the document None Init pure medicines and drugs iiHcri febO ly Johnson has never had tho Senatorship Elijah Ratlifr formerly of this place Sunday is tho regular preaching day has been in Missouri for some time and IH Consumption Cured at the Methodist Church South of this his family They left An old physician retired from prac- Â¬ last week sent for place and the pulpit will bo occupied E tice having had placed in his hands by Sunday for their now homo morning and evening by Rev James Bruco McCluro has a cow three years I Wright tho pastor who hopes to see a an East India missionary tho formula of a simple vegetable remedy for the speedy old which is tho motherof four calves congregation on each occasion good A April 28 and permanent cure of Consumption Blurt E in L U meeting Tho District F Bronchitis Catarrh Asthma and all this tho Tenth Congressional district Throat and Lung Affections alio a posi Â¬ Subscribe for The Herald and get all H B -- w Lee City Wolfo county held recently at the news only 1 a year in advance Â¬ tive and radical cure for Nervous Debil adopteil the IIazkl Gukkn HriiAM as ity and all Nervous Complaints after A bet- Â¬ tho ollicial organ of the district having tested its wonderful curativo pow Â¬ J F LOOKHART A SURE AND CERTAIN CURE KNOWN FOR 15 YEARS AS ter selection could not have been made ers in thousands of cases has felt it his TJR THE BEST REMEDY PAR PlLrc Scntinol Domocrat duty to make it known to his suffering PREPARED BY RICHARDSON TAYLOR MED CO ST LOUIS M0 Wo oro in receipt of tho first issue of fellows Actuated by this motivo and a EZEL KY tlio daily Herald published at Middles desire to reliove human suffering I will send free of charge to all who desiro it boro It is a largo 8 page paper filled Â¬ VORIS with choico telegraphic news locals c this recipe in German French or Eng Representing appearance is ex- Â¬ lish with full directions for preparing and tho typographical CO ceptionally good Tho magic city is to and using Sent by mail by addressing M ho congratulated on having so good a with stamp naming this paper W A LOUISVILLE KY rCoiiNfgnmontn of Produce and tie patronage of MoHHtaln McrelwnU paper and it is to he hoped the propria Novjy 820 Powers Block Rochester Headquarters Mt Sterling Ky wheru fully solicited and full BatUfaotlon guaranteed Jyi complete lino of Hiiiupleu may be seen N Y jenjy tort may find theres millions in it Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Hazel Gkeen Hekald Yow Fine lo Winchester Â¬ Will cost you nothing if you will take advantage of 1 Discount of 10 per Gent ON ALL GOODS PURCHASED FROM US Â¬ Â¬ 5H Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Our stock is the largest in Eastern 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 Wm Landsberg Son Winchester Ky No Will flillWIl 5 Main Street WINCHESTER 8Bm KY FURNITURE CARPETS WALL PAPER China Glass and Queensware UNDERTAKING If havent Â¬ Â¬ THE WINN FURNITURE KBMfly -- M m Â¬ Pure Drugs Medicines Chemicals MT STERLING KY n lOi Ie Be mt hn T H uHBHj DENTIST I CURES NOTHING BUT PILES vv J JE ROBINSON W TRIMBLE BROS WHOLESALE GROCERS MT STERLING KY rtnt j t if s a -- 4 jyr lfMft4rWPP H3W w tut erf - rLiLAUGHS OF ALL KINDS VTiiB moro wealth a man has tho o more difficult for him to find out what SJENOKR COOPER - - - Editor pcoplo really think about him How did you euro your husband of HAZKL GREEN KY Btnoking Mrs Wing I made him Tay 1 1891 lctino buy all his cigars for him It is ono of tho curiosities of natural history that a horse enjoys his food most when ho hasnt n bit in his mouth IIkstauiiant Guest Evcrv thimr Kx3if j you have brought mo is stone cold l3nCVf Ionto waiter iiero are tno mustaru and pepper sir A ciikmiht has discovered a mixture which insures protection from ants But what the public really yearns for is protection from uncles Tub different kinds of laughs they STONEWALL JACKSONS FIDDLE havo Dudes Ha hat Farmers Hoi hoi It Was More Dlfllcuit to Master Than Teamsters Haw haw Feed dealer Mathematics Hayl hay Women Ho he When Jackson first entered West Small Boy Theres one thing In the Point ho was regarded as a remarkably Bible sis says shed like to change stupid and green youth General Whit- Â¬ Minister Impossible What can It ing who afterward served In the Con- Â¬ be my young man Small Boy Her federate array was then a cadet In the I age sir class above Jacksons and was ap-Â¬ What Is It do 3011 suppose that pointed to ask him some questions in keeps tho moon In place and prevents it mathematics in accordance with the from falling I asked Araminta custom which then prevailed at the think it must be the beams said Whiting thought Charley softly military academy him at first remarkably dull but no Â¬ Good bye dear Husiiand Wife ticed that he studied and worked with coldly Good bye Ilusband giv- Â¬ dogged persistency The class of which ing her fifty dollars for shopping Wilcox and Whiting were members was Good bye again dear Wifo Kiss graduated just prior to tho Mexican me Good bye my own darling Bo war Several of the young oillccrs were home early Once more love good In Washington on their way to Mexico bye and on the night of their arrival they Thk man who was convulsed with were invited to go with Jefferson Davis laughter at a woman trying to sharpen then a member of tho House to a re- Â¬ a pencil was soon after discovered try- Â¬ ception given at the White House ing to cut a paper pattern by the united Later both Davis and T J Jackson efforts of a pair of scissors his right turned their faces toward the Rio hand lower jaw and two thirds of his Grande At tho close of tho war Jack- Â¬ tongue son ranked every member of his class Father Taken high and was a Brevet Major and was sta Â¬ in Pkoudscientific course Proud degrees your of you tioned on Governors Island near New my boy By the way can you prove York Whiting Wilcox and a number that heat expands ami cold contracts of young officers were visiting New College Graduate Certainly Dcnt York and when several brother officers the days grow longer in warm weather from Governors Island called on them and shorter in winter Whiting asked Aiidknt Swain to object of his affec- Â¬ What has become of Tom Jackson For several weeks past I have tion how is ho gottingon been trying to speak to you Miss Rosa Badly badly replied the officer since ho has stopped lighting he has but youin never gave me a chance of putting a therefore taken to fiddling Ho came over to avail myself word Itemporary gladlyÂ¬ of your hoarse this city a few weeks ago and ness to make you an offer of marriage fiddle several bows and bought a Youno Candid Did you ever hear a pile of resin You will remem Â¬ such horrible discordant ber at West Point there was no Sir-r-- r Old Iroudfoot Why music in his soul no poetry no relaxa Â¬ I thats my eldest daughter and tion nothing but hard application to So his new fad makes repeat sir such ear splitting clatter as his text books it HWf ul for us Evory minuto he can those idiots behind us are making Why spare-- ho devotes to practicing on the I cant hear a word of the song A swell at the sea side was surprised fiddle and the sounds which fill tho barÂ¬ when leaning against the railings on racks in his vicinity aro beyond descripthe parade to notice that nearly every- Â¬ tion almost beyond endurance Bo patient said Whiting with a body who passed him burst into laughsmile if Tom Jackson is determined ter On looking down at his feet some to mastor his violin youll listen to a time after he perceived to his horror that he was standing just over a notice board second Paganlnl boforo he gives up Staud for prediction was not ver- Â¬ which read in large print But Whitings ified Jackson nover became a musi- Â¬ one donkey cian Chicago Evening Journal ACTS ABOUT THE U S Tiikhk nre nineteen millionaires In AN ODD LIBRARY the United States Senate whose com Â¬ Dooka on Ilotuny Hound In tho Dark of bined wealth foots up about S140 JIazel Gkebn Heeald Friday CONVINCED AT LAST A Court Kplsodo Which Proven That All Thl UK Aro loftnllilo H IkTuvl 1 I i r t t Â¬ I want a warrant These were tho words an excited young man shouted as bo rushed into the office of a justice of the pcaco and paused beforo tho desk whereon the venerable bulwark of the law was re Â¬ posing his weary feet If the young man thought to Infuse the legal lumin- Â¬ ary with a portion of his excitement he was disappointed Justices do not get excited unless they see a chance of losing their fees This ono simply removed tho pedal rampart from between his red nose and the excited youth dropped upon the desk the hands that had been clasped behind his repository of legal lore and eyed tho applicant for a war- Â¬ rant with mingled curiosity and doubt What dye want a warrent fer ho finally asked I want to arrest a woman for steal Â¬ ing my sisters dress How olds yer sister Six years old How dye know sho stole it I saw her wear it last night Shed made it over to fit her but I knew it in a minute See here young feller said tho au Â¬ gust judge as he eyed the young man in a threatening way dont ye go fer to bo a foolin with the dignity of this yer court Dont ye suppose I know that a woman cant make over a dress of a child to fit her They aint goods enough I haint been mar- Â¬ ried thirty years without learnin some thin about wimmins fixlns Now you go right away from ycro before I fine yer five dollars fer contempt of court But It was an opera dress she was wearing it at tho opera last night Well thats different Oh Why didnt ye say so in tho first place Ye Quill in West kin havo the warrent six-year-o- ld iilto is 1 PROSPECTUS FOR 1891 K COURIER JOURNAL LOUISVILLE KY 11 It lias always been our ambition to ninko Golden Hours the best young lies paper in the world and we shall ic future continue to do everything in our power to maintain tho lead it has obtained over all its competitors both in Subscription rates Daily and Sunday 10 year yenr Dally without Sunday 8 Sunday 2 a year Weekly 1 a year 0 n The Weekly Courier Journal Una tho largest circulation of any Demo eratic Newspaper in the United States and proposes to double or treble Its already large circulation fiSy BY GIVING AWAY UniW 9 CIRCULATION QUALITY OF STORIES AND SKETCHES ARTISTIC ILLUSTRATIONS nUn T EACH AND EVERYDAY and TYPOGRAPHICAL APPEARANCE ON OUR To some one n splendid High Arm Sewing Machine or a Handsome Gold Watch 8ST ABSOLUTELY FREE tBH Full particulars in Weekly Courier-Journa- l Sample copy free Send for one Address W N HALDEMAN President Courier Journal Company LOUISVILLE KY STAFF OF CONTRIBUTORS are some of tho best known writers of stories for the young such as John De Morgan Harrik Irving Hancock BSTRend the following club rates nnd send in your subscriptions ut once Ernest A Young Hazel Greek Herald Weekly Courier Journal mull 01 Ofl VliUU I Fred Thorpe Cornelius Shea D B Waggener T C Address SPENCER COOPER Hazel Green Ky Harrauoh arthur u grissom HDAD THIS TWICE The only Protection tlmt will effectually protect nil people all classes all labor and all interests ia that styled Â¬ Harold Winter Walter F Burns G Patten and many others of world wide reputa Â¬ tion Will Lisenree William TERMS TO SUBSCRIBERS One Copy for one year Ono Copy for six mouths ADDRESS 250 125 Shore GOLDEN HOURS HOUSE MUNROS PUBLISHING 24 r ABREAST OF THE TIMES A deceased Los Angeles paper sunk Slr0000 during the four years it was published A Maine iceman estimates that the amount of Ice cut on tho Kennebec this winter will be about 880000 tons A craii was caught in the harbor of Victoria B C that was three feet six inches around the waist It was pre Â¬ sented to the Museum of Natural and 2G Vandewater St NEW YORK P O Box 3043 New York Family Story Paper PROSPECTUS FOR 1S91 As in the pnst year so in the coming one The New ork Family Story Paper will strive to maintain its lead over all its competitors in ear-splitti- Science A nkw variety of seagull has made its CIRCULATION appearance on the New Jersey coast It ITS STORIES is darker than the old kind and the EMS ETC most remarkable peculiarity is that its FECT OF tail Â¬ Â¬ r Trees and Plants At Warthenstein In Germany thero is perhaps ono of tho most curiously original collections of books extant This consists of a botanical collection 000000 r Outwardly tho books present tho common appearance of a block of wood and that is tho first Impression but a minuto examination reveals tho fact that each is a complete history of tho particular tree which it represents At tho back of tho book tho bark has been removed from a spaco which allows tho scientific and common names of tho treo to bo placed as a title Ono sldo is formed from tho split of tho tree show Â¬ ing its grain and natural fracture tho other shows tho wood when worked smooth and varnished Ono end shows tho grain as left by tho saw tho other tho finely polished wood On opening tho book it is found to contain tho fruit seeds loaves and other products of tho treo These aro supplemented by a well printed description of its habits usual location and manner of growth It fact every thing which has a bearing upon that particular treo secures a place in this wonderful useful and valuablo collection Hero is a prece Â¬ dent for tho botanical societies to adopt and although doubtless expensive yot it will certainly repay In its utility Christian at Work Â¬ colleges of pharmacy or departments of pharmacy of universi- Â¬ ties or colleges The largest county in the United States is Custer County in Montana which contains Jill 000 square miles be Â¬ ing larger in extent than the States of Vermont Massachusetts Connecticut Delaware and Rhode Island The greatest length of the United States from the Atlantic to the Pacific on the parallel of 42 degrees is 11703 miles and its greatest breadth from Point Isabel Tex to the northern boundary near Pembina N D l0tljj five or more There are in the United States thirty has been plowing this fall with a steam en Â¬ gine and has found that it works quite successfully He pulls eight plows with his engine and turns over the soil at the rate of sixteen acres per day The cost of running the outfit is not over five dol- Â¬ lars per day There seems to be good reason for the increased interest in athletics and various kinds of physical culture fads It is reported that out of twenty appli- Â¬ cations for enlistment at the United States rendezvous in Portland only one has been accepted deficient chest being the main trouble General Berdan has proposed a novel solution of the silver coinage problem His scheme is to make a dollar of gold and silver mechanically combined by first making a silver coin worth twenty five cents with a hole in the center and then pressing into the hole a plug of gold worth seventy five cents Electrical Review Â¬ is narrowed to a sharp point A man in Jackson County Ore EXCELLENCE OF SKETCHES PO Â¬ ARTISTIC EF- Â¬ ITS ILLUS- Â¬ TRATIONS AND EX Â¬ QUISITE TYPO- Â¬ GRAPHICAL APPEAR Â¬ ANCE acquired only from a truthful knowledge of ways and means legal and illegal just and un- Â¬ just by which tho burdens of govern- Â¬ ment profits of labor and industry are so unequally divided That knowledge is power and ignor- Â¬ ance its slave is forcibly illustrated daily in all walks of life among all people in all countries Where knowledge is used as a power or a means for gaining wealth without labor or an equivalent therefor it be- Â¬ comes necessary to deceive or keep in ignorance of such methods those from whom the wealth is taken hence it is that of the ten thousand newspapers printed in the United States less than ten are absolutely free and independent of the power or control of some class party or monopoly whose interest it is to keep the great mass of people in ignorance of their methods Self Protection The Cincinnati Weekly Enquirer U one of the few if not the only one absolutely free from such influences It is the most honest thorough able STAFF OF CONTRIBUTORS Its well known and most popular thors such as au- Â¬ Nellie Bly Emma Mary Kyle Dallas E Burke Collins Wenona Gillman Charlotte Garrison Jone3 M Kingsley Horation Alger Jr T W Hanshew John De Morgan Charlotte M Stanley Martha Eileen Holahan Marie Walsh Mattie May teacher and exponent of truthful knowledge of reliable data free from partisan bias fair frank and explicit to such degree that one cannot but feel edified and capable of forming correct Such a paper conclusions therefrom should be in every household Sample copies can be obtained by addressing the publishers at Cincinnati O number of other distinguished writers TERMS TO SUBSCRIBERS e C0W for one year One copy six months One copy four months Four copies one year Address Dennis OSullivan c will be still further augmented by a 5The Enquirer and The Herald will both be sent for -- miles 0 nol said tho giddy young wom Â¬ an I novor expect to adopt music as a profession I merclv mako it a means I havo n6 doubt of killing time rcpllod tho unamiablo old gentleman that in your hands tho weapon proves as effective as could bo desired Washington Post fc Rawloy Why Curtln how Is It you were not a first nighter at your own play Curtln I was too nervous Aro you just from tho theater Rawloy Yes Curtln Did my pathotlo scones bring any tears Bawley Yes tho people In tho house laughed till they cried Muuseys Weekly Mrs Bargain Hunter How much aro your handkerchiefs Kwtehem tho clork glibly These tUat thirty cnts and these at twenty but if you take ono of each you may lpre tWlu for twentyflvo conts apiece M Ill Martfwb Hunter eagerly A1 aho goes homo An Kxcelleut Hnrgaln A Ileaponslvo Audience leets W1 and spends S4U Tho interest on the public debt was SflO a minute last year or just exactly equal to the amount of silver mined in that time The tele Â¬ phone is used 5M times the telegraph lilO times The contral point of the United States territory is in the bay of San Francis co This fact may startle the Chlcago an bet will be found strictly correct if one considers that tho western limit of land over which the Stars and Stripes wave is on the Aleutian islands only fifty miles from tho Asiatic coast and 1000 miles beyond the Golden Gate Â¬ official reports the United States Each minute night and dav by the sol- - Kutlroly DinVrcnt Smiley Do you know why you are different from the Wilamotto- river Dedbroko Thats a conundrum and I give it up Smiley Because It makes such largo deposits on its banks Dedbroke Well then I supposo Im like tho Columbia which puts all its deposits on the bar West Shoro - After tho Hull You let Do v MtoVAt1 d 1 r that rake Husband Courcy kiss your hand In tho conserva- Â¬ tory Wifo Its an abominable falsehood Ilusband For shnme I saw It Now I know you lovo Wife crying How Sim Hwnt the Day mo no longer whon you bellovo your Nowlywcd Oh hero you are at Mr own eyes rather than your poor wifes last You have been down town all day word Grip my dear and dinner lias been waiting A Wicked Man for some time First Man What do you think of Mrs Nowlywcd I assuro you I havo Jones I heard this morning that ho only made ono purchase this afternoon actually owes for tho wig ho wears Mr Nowlywcd Thon vvhero in tho Second Man Thats what you might mischief havo you been caU a hair owing caso isnt it Texas Mrs Nowlywcd Been waiting for Sittings my cbiuge America i- fcf COSTLY RELICS Tire speech of Claudius engraved on plates of bronze is yot preserved in tho town hall of Lyons France It was dis- Â¬ covered in 15128 on the heights of St Sebastian above the town The Biblical Society of London an Â¬ nounces that it has in its possession a papyrus manuscript which is in the handwriting of the great apostle St Peter They claim that one hundred thousand dollars offered for the manu Â¬ script 13 another British society was refused The ojily authentic portrait of Cleo- Â¬ patra that Is known to archaeologists is a bust which appears on a series of coins It Is on the reverse and bears Queen Cleo- Â¬ the inscription in Greek tho Divine tho Younger while patra on tho obverse is a portrait of An- Â¬ tony Dictator for tho Third Time Tri- Â¬ umvir Among historic rings is one said to be Shakespeares signet Upon tho seal entwined with a true lovers knot are the initials W S It was lost beforo his death and found many years after by a laborers wifo near Stratford church Â¬ yard This Is tho only authentic piece of his personal proporty known to bo In existence The most famous gems extant are perhaps tho Gomina Augustea In Vien- Â¬ na a sardonyx nearly a quarter of a yard long on which tho triumph of Au- Â¬ gustus Is cut In tho rarest workmanship by Discorldes of Rome Thero aro mag Â¬ nificently cut antique amethysts though rock crystal was and is mainly used for vuscs and cups one year for only 180 Send in your subscriptions now 300 150 100 1000 MUNROS PUBLISHING 24 HOUSE and 26 Vandewater St NEW YORK Exchange Bank of Kentucky KY ATENI l A pamphlet of Information andab- vHtraelor tuo lavrasnuwiiiK now to cavoiitu Trade uutain raiouu em int yMarxs uoprrmnts vAddreu MUNN CO MT STERLING Jul Iiroiwlwuy New k CAPITAL 10000000 ork We have more Ilnzel Green business than any other hunk and want to increase it Send us your account and we will treat you well B J PETERS President JOHN G WINN Cashier BENNETT WITH JOHIIEUS OF JH YANKIE Hats 82 N Caveats and Trado Marka obtained and all lat cnt business conducted for Moderate Fees and wo can sccuro patent In Ices time than thoso remoto from Washington Send model drawing or photo with dcscrlp tlon Wo advise if patontablo or not free of charge Our feo not due till patent Is secured A Pamphlet How to Obtain Patents with namce oractual clients In your State county or town eont free Address Our Office is Opposite mm US Patent Office SEIP CO Caps Gloves Straw Goods O Paint St AND UMBRELLAS CMILMCOTIIK CHARLEY SHIVELY WITH CASNOWCO Opposite Patent Office Washington D C Julius Louchheim Tlrnnch of Philadelphia Co SAAAAA ap2rly YTAIt wlu I 1h1 Wholesale Clothing LOUISVlLLK KY AT HOUSE Hazel Green Kv MRS J hiitrurtlonlll woiklDilulrinuljr Yetr In thlr own locilltlctH h wilt ilio furnlih Ihf y ln tltuatlun or tniploynuiiMt w Mli u can rm that amount iMimontr fur meunltn iuccMfulabuT Kaillyand qulcklr Iranuit I ilrilre tut on worker trom ch UUtrlct or county I tiara alrraJjrtaufht ami provided with tnitdormtnt a lro number who ar making KUOOO jerecb Ita NKW VI1 K K Addrt at one llcuUra jU V AJLlKN llux 4ttO Auuuatu Alulae lITonoflltir wtlltnd who ondrrtakotobrUflr rvr III HJ1 W or Fit MAUPIN Proprietress WITH This house has been recontly refitted uml refurnished and the table is nt nil times sup plied with the best in the market Hates WHOLESALE DRY GOODS reasonable Sample room attached and speNOTIONS HOOTS cial rates to commercial men Patronage to respectful solicited n6ly feOly CATLETTSIJUUa LOU DAY Â¬ HB D H CARPENTER Sh6eSc KV Vv y S A i Wn t- - -- - t Al jiviti V j tev X jnmj jpirrj - umJ -- A - Aia 1 BURLEY TOBACCO Its Cultui i Curliiff Aborting nnd JIlitidlliiK I Imvc many inquiries from those most familiar with the hurley tohncco beck ing information as to the host manner of culture curing ami handling and I give some suggestions approved by tho moat successful growers of hurley tobac Â¬ Â¬ thirteen hundred pounds net Hurley tobacco must not be prized hard In case it is necessary to prize two or moro grades in tho same hogshead it is best to pack in all of ono grade before beginning with tho other For early shipments tho question of order is not so important tho tobacco must not bo dry euough to break or dam ago by handling neither must it bo wet enough to bruise by prizing between theso two points you arc safe for early shipments Tobacco that is to be held for the summer market must be carefully treated as to order as it is of great im Â¬ portance that it should be kept perfectly sweet and it will rcquiro experience rather than advice to accomplish this Tobacco should bo stripped as soon after curing as possible and if not ready to ship it should be bulked if the proper order can bo obtained By this means none of the vital substance is lost by evaporation and a much better flavor is obtained 0 Y Wilson Commissioner of Agriculture in Trades Journal Through tho Weary Hours Of many a night made doubly long by its protracted agony the rheumatic suf- Â¬ ferer tosses to and fro on his sleepless couch vainly praying for that rest which only comes by fits and starts His mal Â¬ ady is one which ordinary medicines too often fail to relieve but there is ample evidence to prove that tho efficient blood depurent Hostetters Stomach Hitters affords the rheumatic a reliable means of relief Check tho malady in its incipi Â¬ ent stages when the first premonitory twinges come on with this agreeable medicine and avoid years of torture Whatever be the rationale of the active influence of the Bitters upon this malady certain it is that no eyidence relating to its effect is more direct and positive than that which relates to its action in cases of rheumatism Like all sterling remedies however it deserves a protracted systematic trial and should not be abandoned because not at once remedial It is equally eflicacious in dyspepsia indigestion and kindred diseases Â¬ Â¬ Ashland Park Stallions for 1891 BERMUDA lour-year-old co Much depends upon beginning right in raising a crop of tobacco Secure plenty of plants and have them early Hum your beds suflicient to kill all the seed of weeds or grass then dig up the bed rake and pulverize every clod re- Â¬ moving all obstructions that may be found in the bed The bed should be made compact by rolling or tramping with the feet Hurley seed ought to be sown as early as possible and the plants protected from the fly by canvassing the bed with cheap Burley plants are more preyed cotton A by insects than other varieties upon of seed will sow ten feet dessert spoonful square Plant early by 20th of May if possi blej as it requires about one hundred days to mature after planting Lay the rows three feet six to nine inches and set in the rows eighteen to twenty four Begin plowing and hoeing soon inches after planting and the more you work your tobacco the better body it will have If cultivation with the plow is neglected the ground gets hard and the lower leaves of the plant burn after top ping The plant should not be allowed to flower out top as soon as the button There are several opinions appears Some among growers about topping top as high as twenty leaves but we are satisfied that fourteen to sixteen leaves in ordinary soil with a usual season will make as many pounds and a better quality of tobacco Keep all suckers off that the strength of the plant may The be concentrated in the leaves should not cease from search for worms the time they make their appearance until the crop is housed It is generally very difficult for begin- Â¬ ners to determine when burley tobacco is ripe and consequently a fine crop is If often injured by being cut green there is no danger of frost it should stand until the second crop of suckers has been taken off hence the necessity of early planting Some planters prefer housing as soon as cut while others leave it on the scaf- Â¬ fold a week or ten days bpfore housing Never use fire in curing burley tobacco as it renders it usoless for manufacturers Â¬ Â¬ Yearling exhibition 239 22 0 record 2294 record 222 third hent fourth heat 220 trial 217 Ulnok horse 15 hnnds 3 Inches high foaled June 15 1883 Bred at Ashland Park Sired by BANKER 1144 Own brother to Lysnnder siro of Lysandcr William Kearney Watt 224 Bov 220 250 JJ Lysandcr Chief 1011 First dam Pattie Patchen trial 238 gruudnm of Chestnut Wilkes 220 by Mambrino Putehen siro of the dams of Guy Wilkes Astral 218 Rosa Wilkes2184 El215 Hour 217 and vira 218K Clcora 218 20 others in the 230 list Second dam Mandy by Stanhopes Blood Hawk sire of dnm of Almont 2274 and Alcy Wilkes 220 Third dam Pattie by Downings Vermont siro of the dam of Enigma 220 Miimhrino Bruce 2 10V sire of Kit Curry 2184 Bell Wilson 225 Gills Vermont sire of Bon ner Boy 223 and siro of the dams of Abel Nelly L 221V5 Col Brudshuw 220 223K Uauinettu 22l tho Jving Outlaw 2201 Pearl 230 Fourth dam Jesse by Thomns 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 Ilambletonian sire and Mam brino Patchen dnm This cross stands as 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 his 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 1801 at 200 TO INSURE the money to be paid as loiiows iuuattne time of service and the other 100 when the mare proves in foal Being limited to 30 out side mares pnrties wishing to breed to hitu had better book their mares early two-year-ol- d live-year-o- ld ld 5874 FAYETTE WILKES 203 Trial Oct 9 1880 223K Bay horse 3 WEST CLOUD 6105 31 Â¬ Â¬ hands inches high foal ed May 3 1878 The handsomest son of his great sire and the handsomest of any trotting bred horse in the United 15 Â¬ i Out of the dam of Black Cloud 217 siro out of the data of Wilson 216 Bay horso foaled March 188 1 Ids Ashland Park Bred at -- Sired by ABDALLAH WEST I 2583 Sire of Wilkin 227 First dam tho dnm of Black Cleud 217 by Pilot Walker pacer Second dam the Cluko pacing mare States Sired by George Wilkes 222 Â¬ Sire of Harry Wilkes 2134 Guy Wilkes Wil Mike Wilkes pacer 215 215 son 210i5 So So 217Ji5 Wilcox pacer First dam Sally Hamlet winner of Hamlet Stakes in 1875 by Hamlet A V Pantlind sire of Loretta F 218 Lady M 223 Truro pacer 222 220 Jeontiiio 2 zA HrooksidciloraJir and Cyclone the dams ol 1 hornless 218 -- UT 223K Ornnby226Js Graceful Win ti mill linnuetta 2Uf Cap Second dam Sal dam of Conrser 220tain Clay Driftwood and grandam of Marlowe pacer 215bv Canada Chief sire of dams of Governor 230 and Joe Hooketc er siro of Maud Macey 217 Third dam the dam of Snfc that produced Blanche 22K by imp Yorkshiie sire of dam of Ashland Chief sire of Black Cloud 217 Fourth dam by Woodpecker thoroughbred sire of Prince 227 J j ten miles in 2808 The fee of Favettc Wilkes is within the reach of all and lower than that of any horse of equal merit in Kentucky SEASON 100 Mares bred by the season not proving in foal have the usual privilege of return I breed 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 l TDCAOV Aohlinrt Dtrl I nvlnrvf Vu catalogues which can be had on application Mares kept nt regular rates Di Ji iIiLAuIi tolllanU idlKf L8Xlllglij rxjfi two-year-otwo-year-o- iw Wilton 219 2104 UosaWilkes218 Joe Hunker 219ki Flora Wilkes pacer 2 19K Tom Ilogers 220 etc Â¬ - Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Notk Abdullah West 2583 bv Allln west 1st dam Miss Coons dam of Wilson by Clark Chief 2d dam Ohio by 210 American Clay 3d dam brought from Ohio and represented to be by Browns Dcllfoitii der Abdullah West died at six years old Ho was the most promising eolt over bred West Cloud is a rich mahogany bay 15 hands 2 inches with black niano and tail and black legs extend I ne above knees and hocks Ho is a powerfully built horso for his height and has the most finished set of feet and legs its possible to get on a horso of any breed As a he gavo evidence of beinj possessed of remarkablo speed as with little handling he trotted a half milo in 118 1 5 and miles in his work in 2 ll At three years old ho was not trained owing to a very severe atlnok of piiik eje He also done no work on tho track as a As a he was jogged and trained lightly more for the purpose of ascertaining if he was entire ly recovered than with a view of testing his speed In a few months ho trotted a full mile in 238 mid half in 115 This season 1890 he served a few marcs of my own and was not put to work until September and his improvement was most remarkable He repeatedly trotted halves in 110 and I am fully convinced he will with a seasons train Â¬ ing trot in 220 I will Jet him serve 20 mares season of 1891 outside of ten of my own at SOO THE SEASON money due at time of service or before removal of nmre The usual return privilege is given to return mare in 1892 should she not get in foal four-year-ol- d five-year-o- ld Â¬ Official Directory of Wolfe County V1 JJJis Nunif Ih llrown CURING Land good and season favorable burley grows very large and requires more house room than the heavier varieties formerly raised The tiers in the barn should be at least three feet one above the other so that it may not lap much for there is the danger of house burning ASSORTING AND HANDLING Â¬ Hang the sticks in the tiers about eight inches apart of importance that care should be taken in stripping and assorting a crop as its market value depends much upon this Every crop should be assorted into four classes and if the crop is large five are better First take oil tho trash or leaves nearest the ground generally chaffy and light Second the lugs which are next above the trash Third tho bright leaf on the middle of the stalk which is generally the most salable tobacco of the crop Fourth tho red leaf which is tho next best if the top or bud leaves which are smaller and darker are kept out of this class and it is best to keop them separate if tho crop Here you have is sufficiently large either the four or five grades as the size of the crop may warrant In brief tho crop is to bo assorted with regard to length and color Torn worm eaten or damaged leaves should bo kept out of tho best grades Some small or imperfect stalks may not embrace all the grades described but it can be easily decided into which grade the yield belongs by comparison of length and color If seyeral handH are engaged in stripping tobacco it is preferablo that each stripper should only take oil one grade of tobacco beginning with the trash and pass the stalk to tho next party In this way each stripper is only looking for one grade and is not apt to be confused in its selection and if he fails to pluck all tho leaves of his grade it will bo detected by the next stripper Do not make tho hands too small fifteen leaves will not bo too largo The leaf hogsheads should bo made to weigh about ono thousand pounds net or twolvo hundred if the hogsheads aro very large Tho common grades should weigh from twolvo to It is a matter Â¬ m The Governors race has so far present- Â¬ ed no sensational features By tacit consent all oratorical bouts between the candidates have ceased It may be that John Young Browns great talent as a speaker has prompted his opponents to exercise that discretion which is the better part of valor Wherever Mr Brown has spoken he has captured his audience by the vigor of his logic and the charm of his eloquence He hasshown himself so thoroughly equipped upon every subject of import to the people that his speeches have carried with them the con- Â¬ viction that a fine mind an honest heart and a bravo spirit would govern this State when John Young Brown succeeded Simou Bolivar Buckner Wherever Mr Brown goes his strength of character his winning personality his many striking and manly qualities enlist hundreds to his support From the beginning of his canvass he has kept his forces well in hand There have The ranks have been no desertions been receiving new accessions constantly As an exponent of sound Democracy as a pure true party man faithful to its teachings true to its every principle nnd scorning any demagogic appeal he stands unrivaled Mr Clay does not look sanguine Gen Hardin is working quietly but the field seems to have been winnowed before he decided to go harvesting Mr Clardy is not in it Mr Brown is active tiroless Ho is a good cool and determined executive and there are no rough places His friends are along his lino of battle They aro organized in enthusiastic every county in the State They will go into the convention shoulder to shoulder like votorans They will nominate him and they will elect him Tho Critic is not a partisan in this contest It is for tho best man and it believes ho will win a clean and splendid victory upon his merits Thero is every reason to believe that John Young Brown will be tho next Governor of Kentucky Louisville Critic Â¬ PnHUK AT THIS OFFICE NOTEHEADS LETTERHEADS BILLHEADS STATEMENTS SALE BILLS MINUTES Any and everything at the lowest prices honorably by iaMljII I IIlu Ipa I lean miandrouiifror oiuanu in intiror ui V l tuner ownlortlillriwhtrrTertlityllrt Any VI IIIVIlM one cn do the notk Eaejr to Irani CIRCUIT COURT II C Lilly Judge Meets second Mon day in January and July J P Marrs Coimiiouvvcaltht Attorney Â¬ J N W mon Pleas Court J F Vansaut Deputy Clerk Vaughn Trustee of Jury Fund F Klkins lerk of Circuit and Com Â¬ ltJJSMttfl Jfaaklii COMMON PLEAS COURT S II Patrick Judge Meets 2nd Monday in February and August A T Combs Master Commissioner I III Mi IT ffTfffriiM aL M COUNTY COURT S M Tutt Judge Meets 1st Monday in each month Quarterly Court Tuesday after 1st Monday in March June September and TiYTvwvr w tmrvir-nrw-ir- v v VTVTWTfWy i GOLD DUST I Â¬ December Joseph C Lvkins County Attorney Court Clerk James U Hollon Wc ftirnleh ertrythlnr We itert you No rltk louttn devoto C O Hanks Sheriff 1 hit l an your parti moment or all your lime to Die work entirely new ltadaml bring wonderful luntn tu ttrry woiker T F Stamper Jailer to wv per wren aim urnaru IlrjtintieTt are taming iroro II N Morton School Superintendent a little e inerlrncc We ran furnliti you the im and more after ana leacn rnu nine jo anata lo eitiiain ntre run J F Pelfrey Cormier alCllBTA HAIMC IllCK 1 1 Ik H I mm or be earned at our MiV llneofwotk - thoet- - Dfurnmtlon Ilt IR Al TO Â¬ W G W Crewey Assessor G II Lacy Surveyor This combined young stallion will mako the season of 1801 at our stables in Haxel Green Ky uud will serve inures nt TEN 10 TO INSURE A LIVING DOLLARS COLT money due when the mare foals with a lieu on the colt until the money Is paid or if the mare is parted with or bred to another horse the money is then due District No 1 S P Murphy Wednesday DOLLAR YOU SPEND If bo wiutk after 2nd Monday in March June Septem H Landruui Friday ber for ouu Illustrated Catalooui afterand December in AMarch June Septem 3rd Monday pricks containing illustrations ank everything manufactured in ber and December -- FROM 25 to 50 CENTS ON EVERY B6TD0 YOU WANT TO SAVE JUSTICES OF THE PEACE Â¬ Description and Pkdiqrkk GOLD DUST is G years old tho 28lh day of May 1811 ltl hands high n beautiful chestnut with star and white hind feet beautiful inane nnd tail His power stylu nnd action are unsurpassed He was sired by Senator Hhickburn he by Dillard Dud- Â¬ ley he by John Dillard the grundsire of Phil Thompson record 210 Eric McCloud and Nick with records better than 225 His dam was sired by the Phillips horse tho sire of Illue Jeans he by Gen Tayhir o Also at the same stables will bo found the elegantly bred young trotting stallion Â¬ the United States at manufactur 10000 illustrations ers pricks all lines represented catalogue mailed free on application CHICAGO GENERAL SUPPLY CO No 178 West Van Buren St CHICAGO ILL K of Â¬ Address District No 2 A F Johnson Thursday after 2nd Monday in March June Septem ber and December J II Vest Saturday nfter 3rd Monday in March June September nnd December Â¬ II Dufl Friday after District No 2nd Monday in March June September and December L M Brown 1th Monday in March June September and December Â¬ 3W C3 H -- 5 Cu 3 -- r 3 5 j - rt 3 fri S3 is r3 12 H C O District No 4 P It Leggj Saturday after 2nd Monday in March June September uud December Isaiah Spencer Tuesday who will serve a limited niimber of approved after 1th Monday in March June Septem marcs at 10 TO INSUItE A LIVING COLT ber and December on the same terms as abovo Distiict No 5 Preston Hollon 3rd Mon Description and Pkdiohkk day in March June September and Decem ber David Hanks Friday after 1st Monday TOST BOY JR wnw sired by Post Boy in March June September and December record 213 he by Magic sire of Clcmmle G 2 1B 220 District No 0 S S Hose Tuesday after fcc dnm Alice Stoner 224 MysteryStrath Molllo Emery sired by 3rd Monday in March June September and more siro of Santa Claus 217 Tucker December M K Ollair Saturday after 210 Cricket 210 Adonis 211 Simi 1st Monday in March June September and colon 219 SUterV 2185 Hummer 219 Â¬ December Charles Derby 220 Faustina 220 Bon nie Wilmore222K Blazeberry221Kand District No 7 Klias Shockey Wednes a number of others in the 230 list POST Sepday after 3rd Monday in March June is beautiful chestnut with no tember and December It G Hose 2nd BOY J0IIyearsu old May lGth 1891 15 marks hands Monday in March June September and De 3 inches high and gives proinho of being cember heard from lu the future among trotters District No 8 J M Ilurton Thursday Any one who Is familiar with Sidners Post after 3rd Monday in March June Septem Boy will readily recognize Post Boy Jr And last but not least will be found at ber and December W HVancleave rues day after 2nd Monday In March June Sep the same stables the well known and highly appreciated jack tember and December Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ j Post Boy Jr I t- - c Â¬ Ik you will send us your address To NurvoiiH DwhilltntiM Men Monday in each mouth we CAM PTON POLICE COURT Dr J II Stamper Judge Court third J P Hall Marshal i will mail you our illustrated pamphlet explaining all about Dr Dyos Celebra- Â¬ ted Electro Voltaic Belt and Appliances and their charming effects upon tho ner Â¬ vous debilitated system and how they will quickly restore you to vigor and Pamphlet free If manhood health you aro thus afflicted wo will send you Belt and Appliances on a trial Voltaic Hklt Co Marshall Mich And those troubled with nervousness from caro or overwork will be relieved by taking JRltters Genuine has trade mark and crowed red Mdm oq wrapper ImWmW mmmmmm- m CA of who held HAZEL GREEN POLICE COURT who will serve mares at 10 TO INSURE D S Godsev Judge Court Friday after A LIVING COLT on same terms as above 3rd Monday in March June September nnd described This Jack has no superior a a December J W Howerton Marshal good breeder qA1I oare will bo taken to prevent ae oldentfl but we will not be reiponslbka LEE CITY POLICE COURT 1 T should they occur F DAY r There Is no record Hose Marshal Clay Ih eH09009tQt9tt4 John Morgan Police Judge nor when court in V XT J SEITZ Neuralgic Persons rciultlng Thos Henderson WHOLESALE o xnwDcirAS ASHLAND KY WITH Son lfclfl f LMmmT Browns Iron Itv lunl Iare Aulln tvftk iTeiaa anil J no Honn Toledo Ohio neacuiijinreanauuiraiwil jrnj not yu7 Soma i am oter IOOM a uioiilli You ran do Ih work an J live lot home whererer you Kti lMn aA Anll aantlMM fritBI MM fit Hurler All tiea Wathow tea how and atari you Car work In Han tbno or all lha ilnia Itiir money fur work era faHur unknown amorfa Ibno nntllllfoTlunMbarelifan woa rr Old Papers FOR SALE AT THIS OFFICE for 10c tor iloi lUU lor aKeCa tOTVont wait until thgy are d r but come and get them r 25 ou j y1 X HUuUeUCKuxB8tlrUiHJMetU if igtf - V jr W - -- sSf Vp WWr WTO Eazel Queen Uekald SPENCER COOPER i Editor KY 1 i Friday HAZEL GREEN - May 1801 JAiOW llvxCiMfl flnflflisJjxJuSv VyHPi nKff BKI Dew fc VEEvEm l tjtISl lw IEKVEEH SIPs8iMWf I KSMeeeeeVjemeeeVVR iL 1 Weil Ri mt tSBw lX4EESdEEEmZZITIfEr EASTERN KENTUCKY Sayings and Doings of tho Oitizons in Our Neighboring Counties As Ilonnl niul htntH itiid S Mown 1 ii Our Army of Ktimloi MORGAN Hastily Wrltton up for HoruM Cnrrmin a ff u tf There literary character in this vicinity who aro not subscribers to Tiik Hkuald and all speak of this homo paper with praise and wc think that only tho scarcity of inonoy has kept this valuablo paper from mnny homes for its interest is the peo ples interest therefore a fast friend to mon of every occupation who strive hon- Â¬ estly for success Wo havo a new Doard of Trustees elected for the benefit of our town and wo shall Boon seo whether they mean Htich things as cleaning the town of vices and filling streets We need sidewalks wo need order on public days wo need Bocioty guarded and the town laws exe- Â¬ morning Met pursuant to adjournment April cuted This wo hopo to sen under the 25th Opened according to ritual same management of tho present officers Our farmers seem to bo in earnest and officers presiding On motion of S D Cox Hro M C tho click of tho corn planter and hum of Spencer of Spruce Gap Union No 2ifi business is noticed all around Wo trust tltaMho farmers in this section will Wolfe county was authorized to buy novor havo to rely on other sections of and sell goods for the brotherhood of tho State for provisions as they havo in said Union As pertaining to Legislative Demands the lust two years tho resolutions as adopted by the Tenth Common Pleas court adjourned last Friday after only a weeks Bcssion Judge Congressional district meeting held at Lee City Wolfe county Ky were unan xntncK ruicu witli the dignity that char Â¬ imously adopted by this body For acterizes men of his ability and as many said resolutions the reader is referred to cases were filed away and laid over the court adjourned sooner than was expect- The Hkuald of April 17 It was further resolved by this meeting ed L U of Wolfe county that tho F Miss MhryPhJllips of thiVplaco who have nothing to do in the order as a is striving to maintain horself and her Union with tho selection or nomination afflicted mother deserves the patronage of candidates to fill the offices of said of all who wish to study tho art of paint county ing as sho is an earnest teacher and It is also resolved that we return our skilled in the art thanks to tho people of Lacy creek for Rov Davo May who is superintending tho hospitality shown this body while in tiro hauling of sawlogs into the Licking their midst which lodged in au obstructed place near Be it further resolved that these reso hero has preached several earnest ser- Â¬ lutionsbe published in the Hazel Greek mons at tho M E church Herald the official organ of the Tenth Tho finny tribo is suffering to a great Congressional district extont from tho fishermans hook If The house then adjourned in the usual thoy tend toward mnking brain food we form to meet with the Stillwater Union shall soon havo a sensible people indeed No 150 on tho fourth Friday in July Ed 0 Orear of Mt Sterliug one of 1891 at 10 oclock a- m MC Kash Sec Kentuckys brightest sons and lawyers C M Fallen Pres pro tern is visiting his father-in-laCol J T Hazel rigg KUTTAWAH ON ROBERTS April 27 elite lie Is Worthy to Wear tliu Senatorial Tho Con Con has closed but tho ex Â¬ To Kit traordinary low prices in furniture sew Â¬ With some misgivings it is that I ven ing machines clothing boots shoes dry ture to address you again on matters po- goods notions groceries and hardware htical in tins benatonal district Acting havo not closed at our store but aro still on your suggestion as appended to my open for tho benefit of tho many A last I am forced rather more into detail man not a regular customer who hail than I feel my ability to go and do business in town called at our storo last justice to tho details It does seem to Friday and being satisfied with prices mo that thero are able pens over here and goods made a nice purchaso and yours for instance that could set forth then remarked that what ho saw in Tiik the facts in any caso and make them Hkuald was true You seo advertising much more simple and easily understood pays We aro not tho least superstitious than mine Rut this really is not an but wo can not help boliovo that business excuse for me you are wanting my men will prosper more if they patronize opinion just now tho others will fall in homo industry Tiik Hkuald is tho to line when needed anl help build a great medium wo havo now through climax of right for our side the best which to talk to many pcoplo and is cer- Â¬ last Yes sir I can take James K Roberts tainly tho paper for the masses to read I knew him when he was on the farm and ontorprising business men to adver tise in If you wish letter heads enve- Â¬ aud I know what his opportunities havo Ho was then a lopes bills prf job printing of any kind been in every respect sober industrious honest boy with dis-apply to mo or tho editor of Tiik ITkii cretion it seemed to mo beyond J T Gkvkdojc ald years and tn Ins maturity those charac- 27 1S01 April West Liberty Ky teristics are all tho more plainly seen Mrtytown Mltmtlrri Ho was very studious giving to his books Wo aro pained to havo to report tho all tho evenings and hours usually idled death of another young man of this away by boys and tho results of the neighborhood Thos Ingram son of Jas course are now seen in his education ter Ingram Ho was buried last week which is much beyond the average This Twd more of Mr Ingrams children aro has told strongly on his butnes succew T quite sick 4 4 wiucu is suupiy spienuiu iiiuugu yui in Find enclosed 1 to pay for Tiik Hfr its beginning juj twelve months jend to J W Kat- - I am uwaro that theso statements aro Jif MaytowH Wo expect by tho timo but repetitions of truths perfectly well mti come 1m to have GO copies known wherever Mr Roberta is known x Hxjuld eotplttf to this office but this district is a largo territory con- X Uted tlwre tHininjj many people each of whom has kttor lftt Mir Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ w Wont Lllmrty WIhi aro but fow families of a know what ho can lenrn or at lpant what ho chooses to learn of those who aspiro to represent him an an agent in any kind DEALER IN of business public as well a private and a fullflrrriniiltiirnl Imnlnmnnto The pcoplo arc waking up to demand Hardware Queensware TinwareMliucoarngllUUUUIUI llllfl0IIIDIU0 something more than a brass baud man Evans Triple Harrows to pose as a candidate The ability to Vulcan Chilled Plows best made B F Avery Whiteleys Solid Steel Bindeiis and Soxs Steel Plows PROCEEDINGS tell Htale jokes and set up whisky for Ball Mitchell Cos Steel Hill Mowers tho crowd is not ability of the sort that CCLUMRIA TlUER AND GRAKOEItriULKYl side Plows 1 tho Wo Ho Coituly I A I V Hay RAicr9 1 makes a country prosperous and the Improved Malta Douiile Shovel Tho Farmers and Laborers Union of Cooks Patent Evaporators Plows Wolfe county met in County meeting people of all parties are finding it out Oliver Chill and South IJekd Plow Havens Pioneer Cake Mills who Repairs Fish Bros Ckleiieatkd Wagons with Profitt Lodge No JJ72 on Lacy fast They must have candidates aro clear and clean as men who arc Stoddards New Climax and Tiger Jokes U S Standard 5 Ton Wagon creek April 24 1801 The President I m um Disc Harrows Scales price 50 with a written guar Â¬ 8 imihuuuiih and Vico President being absent tho antee for 5 vears who WUd represent the people in any Evans 2 horse Cork Planters limiHn wh w fn nrlir nt 10 w nlIf with mU8t J0 in u The largest stock of Cook and Heating Stoves of nny house in Eastern Kentucky A M by County Secretary M C Kash thorn must be gentlemen of marked in and proceeded to the election of C M Cutlery and Builders1 Hardware a Specialty Fallen President and A 11 Landruni dividuality in whose integrity the utmost confidence can bo placed He must be a side S Maysvillo Street MT STEHLIXG ICY Vico President pro tern of said meet man whom the pcoplo can believe when ing the remaining officers of the county he tells them in plain words what he is being present INDIANAPOLIS IND After opening in the usual form tho for and what ho will try to do and not a man who flatters or amuses us for a following committees were appointed legislative Demands Wm Lusk J passing hour but gives not a thought or caro for us or our children when the cer- Â¬ F Cattron and E T Kash tificate of election is in his pocket Cox Stephen Swan Resolutions i My knowlcdgo of Mr Eobert general go and Daniel Lewis Price S18 0 at Factory l WWi n uasu wnu ur aer K -- 7 After an interesting address by Bro A and intimate is such that I can not easily be mistaken in my estimate of J Ringo of Menefee county on The him and my candid opinion based on Good of the Order the houso adjourned Cla that knowledge is that in every way he Strictlv Wnrnuitud until 180 r m for dinner which was All Jrceeml Growth Hiikory answers the requisites of my ideal candiStool Axles ami TIrns furnished in an abundant supply by the Perfectly liiilniiceil Low Rent Scat Arms date as pen lined above an ideal the Lorn Eiwy Riding Oil Temtwred Spring nospitaolo brotherhood of that vicinity 15est Wheels and Boat All Over people I am sure aro coming to demand House called to order pursuant to ad- Â¬ IF YOU CANT FIND THEM FOR SALE BY YODR MERCHANTS WRITE UR Should this side of the district receive journment at which time Hon G R the recognition and justice to which it Swango gave au address on tho actions is entitled then Mr Roberts will be our of tho Constitutional Convention etc w - j- m j Addresses were also delivered by IJros next Senator and he will discharge the trust so well that when his service is John S Hargis of Hreathitt county and County Lecturer E T Kash on the ended all tho people will find it in their TOOROUQH INSTRUDTIOM IN BQOK KEEPINB SHORT HAND TYPE WRIT NO PENMAHSHp hearts to f ay Well done good and Good of tho Order STRATTOH BUSINESS COLLEOE SOUTH TELEGRAPHY ETC ETC AT THE BRYANT faithful servant thou hast been faithful After prayer by the Chaplain the CORNER THIRD AND JEFFERSON STREETS LOUISVILLE KY CATALOGUE FREE over a few thing we will make thee ruler irt house adjourned until 8 oclock Saturday over many Kuttawah in Three mint u hi iliiu unlmnl flUfrinL itbhould luive been 183 it was I that niado the inlatuko Uncle Elijah Lockhart who has been sick for Home time with la grippe wo aro glad to hoc on our utreota again WisdhKSB April 28 I iol nil in in mat n fcnnwinir find n rlcrht to JkMJV aWAm Jk VJnR JLJL Â¬ nu nl I - j W Shears Â¬ East oo vTT JS no 7i rit Â¬ 5tar V4 X SiMzl ty r B S STRADER Successors to 74 E J UteMMeMlUs6 Z60iwuvn J A Forks Enterprise WINCHESTER BANK WINCHESTER KY N II WITIIEItSPOON Who Killed WAmmmm Â¬ SON Lail Co Main LEXINGTON KY Wholesale Dealers in Struct Straight Kentucky Brandies Whiskies c It I President IIUNTEIt Cashier Wines Paid up Capital 20000000 Is a question hard to answer Surplus 6000000 This Hank solicits the accounts of mer- But as to who is selling the chants fanners traders and business men generally throughout Eastern Kentucky cheapest goods in Hazel Green and oilers its customers every facility and the most liberal terms within the limits of legitimate bunking octl8ly FINE OLD WHISKY A SPECIALTY CIGARS AND TOBACCO Agents for Old Pugh Old Pepper Old Tarr and Old Taylor is easily told Gus MEYER WITH Mt Sterling National KY Bank HFPIERATT5C0 are closing out If Low Prices are what you want we have got them WM1ESRG0 o jouueks in o SIT STERLING 1 Hardware Agricultural Implements j N Capital 100000 Surplus 16550 LEWIS APPERSON President H R FRENCH Cashier Mountain business is respectfully solicited with the nssu ranee that we will treat every customer fuirly WE WO to t Si OLIVER CHILLED PLOWS MALTA PLOWS FOSTER STOVE CO COOKS MILLS EVAPORATORS i CHAMPION REAPERS MOWERS STODDARD AND ACME HARROWS DOORS AND SASH A SPECIALTY Nos 110 112 Second Street My IRONTON OHIO jvOOcvwVJvuvjQCvSOCCC Traders Deposit MT STERLING o We are going to sell We have got prices to suit hard times All we ask is to give us a call I WANTED i DH anrUiberal Terms T G I c O KY J M G L BIGSTAFP President KIRKPATIUCK Vice President W W THOMSON Cashier DIRECTORS CO H F PIEIIATT P S All outstanding notes a and accounts must be settled o at once or you will pay cost New C3TAddress A J COLE Gen- Â¬ C eral Agent Barbourville Ky or u JOHN C OGDEN Nurseryman Somerset Ky 71y i R Sharp 13f3m P CO J Bruce Trimble Denton G L KntKrATmcK iK u q dkakk T Tyieu J T Highland J D Read axdrrw Feslep Old Papers FOR SALE AT THIS OFFICE 25 for 10c 00 for 100 for 15c 25c SHARP TRIMBLE MT STERLING DENTON KY NEW FARMERS BANK MT STERLING KY i SSTDout wait until they are all gone but come nnd get them now ft Capital Wm 250000 Surplus Chas 40000 M Gkuimis Mitchell Wanted Good Agents to sell ouk ccs satisfactory and articles as General line of merchandise No peddling AnovE FOR FUR Â¬ PAID TO AGENTS LIVE THER INFORMATION ADDRESS SALARY 25 PER WEEK Have now a coiuplete line of Clothing Hats Boots Shoes and Gents Furnishing Goods We solicit an inspection of our goods and guarantee pnf a President Cashier salary will un recommended The largest capital and surplus and indi vldual depoMU than any bank in this sec tioi of the State CHICAGO GENERAL SUPPLY CO 178 W Van Ruren St Chicago III II I J DRY DINGFELDER WITH Â¬ Q K WHOLESALE 109 W THIRD nSl lv WIT MCk StCll6r STREET FORD with F TVIKR JOHN H ROSE M ROBINSON Importers and Jobbers of CO CO TYLER B ROSE III ft I CLOTHING C I HAZEL GltEEN KY IIB IV MiiB VMlLwiil I 111 vaI GOODS AND NOTIONS Li TAMES P FANT THK HOUSB Of CIN NN ATI 1 Nos 537 p39 nnd Wl AMD orD RKMAIile -- West Main Street LOUISVILLE Â¬ Â¬ -- j CO W S DiCklnSOn 0 Cor Pearl Vine CINCINNATI e carry a stock of Iron and Wngon Ma invites all of his mountain friends and es terials of nil kinds nnd give special atten poetolly the merchants to give him a call tion to Ilorne shoeing when in the ellv Hat WACON MAKING KY HJ CLARKE wiTir ri HARLEY Louis yl8ly QUISENBERRY WITH mt Gus Straus LEXINGTON KY LEADING CLOTHIERS 1 Writing Papers Envelopes Pens Ink Ac c for sale at this oflice Ladiesi Note Paper only 10c a quire Call en pi when you need Btatione rj SfiitlOlIET iouorC Porcnn Uorrfmorn Pn oiuioio uuiouii iiuiunmc uuM 637 AVest Main Street LOUISVILLE jfJter Printed in the best htyjt nnd it lowest rntes nt tl otlice Send us vour ordcra H0RSR WLU sy i M1 I Wvs