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VI SPENCER COOPER Ownor and Editor Hazel Green Herald Of a Noisy World With News From All Nations Lumbrlng at His Bnok 100 A YEAR Always in Advnn SEVENTH YEAH HAZEL GREEN WOLFE COUNTY KY FRIDAY MAY 8 STATE SUNSHINE AND SHADOW 1891 NUMBER NO PAY NO 7 touie a aus STBMJSl Clothiers of Kentucky LEXINGTON KENTUCKY OVER THE WORLD IN A WEEK Â¬ Lara o LOW PRICES i SiocK 1st 1 of i Yorfe Finn at Catlcttsburg destroyed property valued at 11000 The Clark county fair offers 7500 in premiums and purses this year Foil a murder committed In Virginia John Stevens was arrested at Irvine Farmers in many counties are buying corn for feeding at 75 cents a bushel D E Edmiston has now no opposition for Representative in Lincoln county McCkagken county is erecting a fire- Â¬ proof vault for tho protection of its recA Â¬ ords Bonds to tho amount of 60000 will bo issued to complete Paducahs new hotel HONEST VALUES HIGH GRADES Geo Avant of his wife Tenn charged with tho murder is on trial at Clarksville When you visit Lexington do not fail to give us a call MAIL ORDERS PROMPTLY ATTENDED TO over 400 women were arrested in tho city of Lou- Â¬ isville Hon A D James of Muhlenberg declines to becomo a candidate for Rep During the month of April Â¬ resentative Rheumatism of the heart caused Mrs NEW STORE Fall Patrick O Gurren aged 60 to drop dead at Maysville The Chief of Police of Louisville warns the people of that city to be on tho look- Â¬ out for thieves Joseph B Tresiek a grocer of Mays-Â¬ 1200 Liabilities ville has assigned Are now receiving a Fresh and Choice Stock of assetts not stated David Shelby colored wanted in Vicksburg Miss for an old murder was arrested at Paducah last week To which they invite the attention of the citizens of Hazel Green and vicinity consist- Â¬ Nick Guenther of Hartford was ing of drowned in Kootanio river Indiana c while on a business visit to that State Also FARM IMPLEMENTS AND SEEDS OF ALL KINDS The outlook for wheat is better in this State than for several years past and tho same can be said for fruits of all kinds is chock lull of bargains and the clothing department BSTEVERYTHING GUARANTEED AS REPRESENTED OR MONEY The Masonic hall and school house at Rcynoldsville Bath county were desREFUNDED troyed by fire Loss 1500 uninsured The trial of Sam Harrison for the murder of City Marshal Ed Thompson began at Hardinsburg Thursday ot this NEW GOODS Rose Swango Winter Goods Dry Goods Notions Boots Shoes Clothing Mens All Wool Suits Only 750 Â¬ JiZXTHAZEL GREEN JEW CRAY KY AKD DKALEU IN week UNDERTAKER COFFINS CASKETS And Trimmings of Ail Kinds Homer Campbell ton Tenn McDonald wanted in Clinfor the murder of Averill was arrested last- week at Â¬ - QI am prepared to furnish on short notice and at low prices COFFINS OF ALL KINDS AND SIZES from the cheapest to he very finest I can furnish coffins cheaper than you can buy the trimmings Price of Coffins from 5 up I have a fine heurse and will deliver coffins cheap FURNITURE OF ALL KINDS REPAIRED very lowest prices rOAfTCFOlVT f y arrangements are such that I can furnish Tombstones or Monuments from any kind of Marble or Granite and at the Very respectfully Ac J W CRAVEN Winchester The receipts of tho Lexington street railway have doubled since the electric lines were put in and aro estimated at 225 a day W S Blackwell who murdered Burnie Bodard at Clay City Sunday April 26 has been captured in Piatt county 111 It is currently reported that the Amer- Â¬ ican Tobacco company the gigantic trust owning all the big cigarette factories in the East is after tho Louisville plug toÂ¬ Livery Sale Stable HAZEL GREEN KY Horses for hire Parties conveyed to any point on reasonable terms JOHN II PIERATT J H PIERATT o SDcmble and Single Turnouts and Saddle o I will also attend to all calls for auctioneering and solicit business of this kind Respectfully o ZirTT OASKLEY DEALER IN General Merchandise HAZEL GREEN KY BQyCarries a complete lino of Dress Goods Dry Goods Notions Boots Shoes Staple and Fancy Groceries Drugs and Patent Medicines to which he invites your attention and which ho will sell at the lowest prices for cash When in search of bargains be sure and give him n call and youll savo money For Lodges of all kinds printed In tho best stylo and at the lowest rates Just now wo aro ofTering Masonic By Laws a neat little book of 20 pages 4x6 inches with a neat cover 100 copies propaid by mail for ohly 1000 BSyThis book contains By Laws RuleB of Order Fu Â¬ neral Services at tho Grave c Ac and all reasonablo changes will bo made to suit tho Lodge making tho order Send for copy of tho book and mako your order now if you want to eavo money imw W W Write Us for Any Kind of Printing You Need Address THE HERALD Hazel Green Ky bacco houses The nine year old son of Bob Closkey was playing near tho K O railroad track at Paris when tho yard engine came along The Btiction drow him un- Â¬ der and one leg was cut off John C Droeq tho candidate for the Legislature from tho First Covington district said he had 2000 put up to win tho nomination Saturday over Hon Har- Â¬ vey Meyers and that his friends had 2000 more John Carroll n white man has been sentenced at May field to lifo im- Â¬ prisonment in tho penitentiary for tho murder of a negro in 18S9 Carroll has recently been discharged as cured from the Western Kentucky insano asylum A girl baby was left at tho front gate of Sam F Martin a wealthy farmer liv- Â¬ ing n inilo east of Millersburg Friday A note attached read Her night name is Eva She was born on tho 28th take good caro of her She will be heir The child was sont to 500 in a year to tho county farm John E Stetson a soldier belonging to tho Fifth U S Infantry and station- Â¬ ed at San Francisco has fallen heir to 80000 by tho death of Thomas Mer Â¬ chant of Woonsocket R I an uncle whom Stetson has never seen Stetson is about thirty years of ago and a native of Maysvillo Ky At ono timo Stetson who is well educated was in tho employ of tho Frank Leslie company as an art Â¬ ist but owing to a series of misfortunes was forced to join tho army or starve Ho will try to get his release from tho army through Senator McCutcheon Chairman of the Militia committee tho most miraculous escapes from death is reported from London rmHWc are compelled to collect subscriptions promptly to ena Eng Whilo n train of cars was crossing blo us to meet our expenses ana we hope a bridge soven miles from London tho nil may ronew promptly In self defense bridgo collapsed and six coaches filled wo must drop from our liBt all who do with passengers fell Into tho shallow not do so without further notice stream below Although tho coaches YOUR SUBSCRIPTION were smashed into smithereens and Bomo of tho passengers injured not n death occurred from tho accident Expire 189 Richard Barclay residing at Church Thanking you for past patronago and Hill Ohio owner of General Garfield hoping you will rcnow wo remain stated that ho sold tho trotting stallion Very respocfullv yours SPENCER COOPER to W S Sly of Cleveland for 3500 conditioned that if tho stallion shows a mile better than 220 tho prico shall bo FIRE AT MT STERLING doubled for every second tho record falls 880000 Worth of Property In Ashes Barclay claims the animal has trotted in With Only a Light Insurance 215 and will do so again Yesterday morning Mt Storling was At West Union Ohio Miss Nora visited by a destructive firo which origi Â¬ Newman filled a pan jvith corn meal and nated in Milt Halls blacksmith shop on playfully ran her hand through tho con- tho north sido of East Main street at tents Sho felt something on her finger about 2 A m probably in tho room of and on drawing her hand out found a soino colored people who lived overhead fino gold ring worth 10 encircling her The firo alarm brought tho fire company third finger It is an elegant one and promptly to tho bcciio but everything how it camo in tho meal is a mystery was so dry and tho firo had gotten such During a quarrel at White Pigeon a start that it could not bo controlled Ind Mrs E J Brink fatally shot her until it had burned every house includ- Â¬ husband Brink in tho courso of the ing tho Commercial Hotel to tho corner quarrel had kicked her and held her in of Wilson avenue Tho wind was blow Â¬ a corner with his hand at her throat ing to the east when bIio drew a 44 cnlibcr revolver and Halls shop with its contents was shot him through the throat the ball totally destroyed Ho held 600 on tho cutting tho jugular shop and 400 on tho tools which will tho Chicago grain cover all he lost Old Hutch Tho next building was Jerry Wilsons broker disappeared from his homo sov days ago so suddenly that great two story frame occupied by him as a eral alarm was felt for his safety but he meat Btore and by J Gordon as a cloth- Â¬ turned up at Evansvillc Ind Friday a ing and dry goods store Wilsons loss policeman taking him in no was sub Â¬ is estimated at 2000 for tho building sequently released on a telegram from and 200 for tho goods lost with 1200 insurance Ho also lost two cabins back his son of the building worth porhaps 100 Miko Stciner an Osngo county Mo each with no insurance Gordon lost his farmer criminally assaulted step daughter and then beat her in a 600 with no insurance In tho second fearful manner Ho was arrested and story of Wilsons building tho Oddfel Â¬ placed in jail at Lynn and a mob was lows had stored a lot of lodgo fixtures which wero lost without insurance and organizing to lynch him Jacob M Marsh the oldest Demo- worth probably 250 Thos H Carters building a framo cratic voter in Indiana died last week structuro used as a tin shop was the Ho was nearly 93 years old always voted an unscratched Democratic ticket and next victim of the flames Tho building was worth 700 on which ho hold 400 never missed an election in his lifo Isaac Smith a murderer in the an- insurance and in tools and stock he lost nex of tho Ohio penitentiary under sen- Â¬ about 400 with no insurance Ho also tence of death and who has been re-Â¬ lost two cabins at tho rear worth 100 prieved several times was last week com- each which wero not insured J G Trimbles brick livery stablo muted to imprisonment for life Co was licked occupied by Cockroll Charles Leo Merrill an inventor up next His loss is 3500 with no died at Indianapolis Ind Inst week Co lost in feed aged 56 Ho labored thirty years on a insurance Cockroll and damage to vehicles livery equip Â¬ reciprocating veneer and box machine ments etc about 500 and held 2800 before ho made it a success In addition to the human beings on these and tho live stock Last in its eastward courso tho Com Â¬ who havo been victims to tho grip all mercial Hotel tho property of Mrs Ann over tho country tho epidemic has atÂ¬ tacked horses and many havo died from E Turner was completely destroyed with a largo portion of its contents its effects Tho first official act of tho newly amounting in all to about 10000 on elected mayor of Chicngo WaHhburne which bIiq held insurance to tho amount was to order that all of tho gambling of 5000 on houso and furniture Sho was tho heaviest loser and her mnuy houses in tho city bo closed John J Hooker fatally shot John B frionds will very much regret to loam of Dorreseaux at Pino Bluff Ark in a tho great loss sustained by this good quarrel which began in tho fencing up woman who has worked hard for what sho owned In tho samo building Capt of a piece of land Four highwaymen were arrested at Bomar and wife lost about 600 in furni- Â¬ Antonio New Moxico charged with ture etc with an insuranco of 400 robbing tho mail carrier near Santa Fe About tho timo tho flames in tho Com Â¬ mercial Hotel had reached tho climax on April 29 Albert H Bolin an insano prisoner tho wind changed northward as by an Â¬ in tho Newark Ohio jail tried to hang intervention of Providence which doubt less saved the Methodist church from himself with a rope mado of his clothing tho general ruin It was not damaged but failed Tho corner stono of tho San Fran- Â¬ to any considerable extent On tho west of Halls shop a small cisco Presbyterian theological seminary was laid lust week with appropriate cere- Â¬ adjacent building burned which was the property of Taylor Fitzpatrick We monies havo not learned tho extent of the lose Ed Davis employed in tho Kansas City Mo Creamery was killed Friday or insurance but tho loss was light Tho next building west a two story whilo putting carbons in nn electric brick owned and tho second story occu- Â¬ light An explosion in a dynnmito factory pied by tho Union Benevolent Society near Rome Italy killed five persons and colored and tho lower Btory occupied by O W Howe wholesale liquor and severely injured fifty others Cotton oil mills of Arkansas havo retail grocery dealer mado a narrow Â¬ formed a combination with a capital of escape Tho building was damaged con siderably but covered by insurance Mr 2000000 Authorities at Danville III havo Howe lost in goods damaged and burned arrested 26 men charged with chicken up in a shed at thorear about 1000 and hold an insuranco policy on stock of 2 stealing 000 Tho firo company did noble work A Novnr KnllliiK Hflineily and deservo much praise for their lieroie Megiumine tho only permanent euro Ono of PAPER IF Â¬ ld Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ r efforts Sontinel Domocrat for all forms of headache and neuralgia relieves tho pain in from 15 to 20 min- Â¬ Many Persons utes For Halo on positivo guarantco at Are broken down from overwork wbwmboMoffico The Herald mail on receipt of price or sent postpaid by rebuild the 50 cents a box sw of Ue sad ownw makrku a - Iron Bitter Browns tAAt rilgMtlon system OX rwiwuVUttgniiw - t V J 4 v- Q 1 n je Hazel Giieen Herald 3PEN0ER COOPER - - - Editor Friday HAZEL GREEN - KY May 8 1891 ianjVj fl0EjJB kKl7fjr I JV r w ffisii iJit A Story of Love and War BY MAJOK AMltKD K CALHOUN CONTINUKD I CnAPTEH XV In anticipation of our oscapo wo bad Stinted oursolvos for days so that wo might havo corn broad to oat on tho way for wo did not oxpect to find friondB nor a good placo for foraging botwoon tho Chiokahominy and Will iarasburg or Fortress Monroo Our wot- Â¬ ting in tho Bwamp Hoalcod tho hard corn broad till it changed into cold mush but wo ato it with greed and sparingly Wo wrungoutourolothosand tramped around on a little island so as to keep warm till they dried With pieces of string brought with us for tho purposo wo fastoned tho Happing soles to our boots and taking advantago of tho daylight wo mado our way without an othor dripping to tho eastom edgoof tho swamp Ily moving constantly wo kept from froozlng and wo wore altornatoly tho old overcoat Howard had brought with him As soon as it was dark wo moved on again still keeping tho north star to tho loft About ton oclock wo saw a light ahead and on a nearer approach Â¬ j 6 ft M Tirkf A IV SSf fir injfm it It J IUIESS OE GOOD LOI discovered it to como from a cabin Howard whoso foot woro not so soro as mine loft mo standing noar a tumbled down fonco and coming back after a fow minutes ho said Tho only pooplo In tho house- aro an old black man and his wlfo Come on old follow 1 took his arm and wo advanced bold- Â¬ ly and Into tho cabin Bless do good Lorl called tho old man and his wlfo as with raised hands and opon mouths they stood watch Â¬ ing us Wo aro Yankees undo wo aro escaping from Llbby prison and you nnmt holp us said Howard as ho closed tho door behind him Â¬ bout daylight Tho rost and food and our implicit confldonco in our guido mado us feel liko now men and as wo started oil again wo felt that wo could march with Â¬ out fatigue for a month that is if our course lay in tho direction of liberty and Gods land Frlonds Friends Thank God Tho neopo y for skrlmagin must My arms woro about Howards neck havo doveloped our guides walking powers for ho led us on at a pace that and I was kissing him and crying with was surprising In a man of his years tho weakness of an omotional woman Just as tho day was broaking ho for tho torriblo strain was ovor It was Gonoral llutlor who hoaring of knocked at tho door of a log cabin on tho escape had sont thoso mon to our tho edgo of a donso wood and in re Â¬ sponse to a whos dar In a womans rescue It would tako a volumo to ro cord tho klndnoss of our frlonds from voice from within ho roplicd Undo Jako an ho hoz two Yanks tho tlmo of tho roscuo till wo ontorod Fortress Monroo and exchanged our wid him vermin covered rags for decent gar Â¬ Good Lor from within Yes an I wants Tom to koop om ments Tho day wo reached Washington I all day an seo om on to night read tho following dispatch In a morn- Â¬ Tom aint bar ing paper Whars ho Sandusky O February 10 18G4 Ilos dono gono off skrlmagin Captain Frank liront tho Confed- Â¬ Waal Liz cant you hido em till dark an glvo om a placo to sloep fob erate Partisan Rangor who was con- Â¬ demned to death last November for tho dovro powahfuL ti ahd of John Harding a rewanton Ill try said tho voico from within spected murder citizen of Porryvillo Union Tho door was oponed and closod as Â¬ soon as wo entered Our guido ex Â¬ ICy and who was respited by tho Pres for ninoty days will bo returned plained our mission and when tho ident to morrow to Camp Dick Robinson woman said that sho had mos nothin whoro tho sontonco will bo carried out to cat In do houso ho oxplainod that Much of Howard Scotts bitterness wo worn provldod with rations In a small took a load off against Frank liront remained but he way This Information too manly to permit ovon a hated Lizs mind sho was a middle aged and was to dio ignominiously for a crimo of foo a very black woman for sho consented no to keep us and after shaking hands and which ho knew him to ho innocent did not requiro much urging to go with wishing us God spood our old guido loft mo to General Holt That gentleman us greeted us cordially heard our plea for From Liz wo learned that tho Confed Frank liront and at onco took us to tho erate cavalry had boon gallopln round case right smart all day and sho further In- Â¬ President and stated our detailfor us Unnecessary hero to all that ez how formed us that sho had hoard wuz seed down Harrison was dono that day but It can best bo do Yankees explained by tho dispatch I sont to Car Landing way jes afoah dak las night Wo shared with Liz our supply of rio and hor mothorat Nioholasvlllo that cooked food and thon crept up Into tho afternoon Howard Scott and I aro froo Heed loft and lay down on tho blankets sho had spread for us Wo might have alopt on no alarming dispatches Tho Prosidont for four and twonty hours had wo not has ordered that all tho criminalÂ¬ boon aroused about tho mlddlo of tho charges against Frank llroni bo removed and his sontonco sot aside aftornoon by tho tramping of horses With our pay and thirty days loavo of tho tho familiar clattorof bcabbardsand absonco for each Howaxd and I started hoarso voices of mon I looked out through the chinks and saw about a dozen for Kentucky doing full justice to Confederates tho leader of whom was talking to our frightened hostess Â¬ Â¬ a few hours on tho bed ho had propurod In tho sooty loft of tho cabin My olo woman sholl dry yer clothes an Ill fix yer boots 02 well 02 I kin an of dars any danjah wloh Ialnta lookln fob at dls tlmo ob night Ill lotyoh know said tho old man With this assurance wo took off our boots and outor clothing and climbed into tho loft whoro wo woro soon fast asleop I reckon gommon ez how yohd bottah bo glttln up Its nigh onto bout half past three called up tho old man Howard and I woro out of tho loft at onco though It scorned to mo that I had not been asleop ton minutes Wo found tho solos of our boots fastened on and our clothes comfortable and dry Wo drossod and when I told tho old pooplo that wo had no money to re Â¬ ward thorn both declared that thoy woro ready to do ton times moah fob do Yankees If thoy could Tho old woman gavo us a baskot con- Â¬ taining cooked food and thon offered up a fervent prayer for our dollvoranco and when we wero ready to go tho old man voluntoored to guido ua twilo I I was to run but with a Hush at tho moanness of tho thought of deserting my gallant young friend I walked up to tho ilro and was grootcd with achoor and a roar of laughter I am sorry you didnt mako it gon tlomonsaldLioutonantHrown thooill cor in command of tho post Ho mado us sit by tho Ilro and ono of his mon brought us somo broad and bacon but our appotltos woro gono During tho hour preceding daylight full hearts and kissing each otuor mid tho babies wo would whlspor How Bweot a thing it is for brothors to dwoll togother in peace side for their and bravery courage the UN I J TTTOT ifiiiMUii A THRILLING AND MAMWI I You Should Read This mr Great Story Howard Scotts palo faco took on tho ago of many years but tho light in tho line bravo eyes did not llickor for an in- Â¬ With tho first light of day our guards formed about us wo wero faced towards tho west and tho roturn march to Libby began Now wo realized for tho first tlmo how cold and weak wo woro and how swollen and blistorod woro our feet Wo climbed tho slopo from which wo had first soon tho camp flro and on tho Instant with crios of surpriso and alarm our guards broko away from us and lied through tho wood Forward Trot Gallop Chargo Liko a buglo blast wo heard tho familiar com- Â¬ mand in our front Dazed and tremb Â¬ ling wo sought tho shelter of a trco and clung to each others hands Wo hoard tho quick poundlngof hoofs tho clinking of scabbards tho hoarso deep cheer that followed tho order Charge Thon gleaming sabres flashed beforo our eyes and horsomon In bluo swarmod about us It will shortly be begun in these columns stant s SUBSCRIBE NOW ROMANTIC STORY OF So as to Not Hiss the Opening Chapters TK J F LOOKIIART Tie Late Civil By JOHN R far TTVK W W Office on DENTIST EZEL KY JUSTICE MUSICK frTC DE NTIST Fairfax Street 1 Doors Ilclow Itees House WINCHESTER KY jyly TUl J A TAULBEE Physician and Surgeon Hazel Green Wolfe County KENTUCKY JSAAC W HOSE Wolfe counties Special attention to collections and returns promptly made Attorney-at-La- w MAYTOWN KY Will practice in the Courts of Morgan mid Â¬ CI THE FIK3T MAX WHO MOVES DIES B MAY w Attorney-at-La- It is with no little Popular pleas- Â¬ ure that we announce a new story from the pen of this lections and returns promptly made MAYTOWN KY Will practice in the Courts of Morgan and Wolfe counties Special attention to col- Â¬ Western BYRD A F ATTORNEY Writer 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 adjoining counties Special attention to collections and furnishing abstract of titles AT LAW CAMPTON KY Will practice in the Courts of Wolfe and T T STEELE ATTORNEY AT LAW Wkst Liberty Ky Will practice in the counties of Elliott Morgan Magofliu Menefee and Wolfe J made F SUTTON BEATTYVILLE KY REAL ESTATE AND COLLECTING AGENT Collections and remittances promptly Correspondence solicited I Liz protested again and again With an indoscribablo sonso of roliof I saw tho horseman rldo away and as soon as tho sound of tho tramping died out Howard and I loft tho loft As tho womans husband whom we hoped to havo bad for a guido did not put in an appearanco by dark we thanked Liz for hor kindness and start ed oif again It was pitch dark with snow and sleet driving down from tho north but wo had faith in that Provl donco who had so far guided us aright aint seed no Yanks seed no naw thin pOMBS HOUSE CAMPTON S S COMBS KY Piioprietor The patronage of the traveling public is respectfully solicited Table thu best and every attention for the comfort of gueats Â¬ F RED KELLAM with M apl8ly uk imukacid sie and cwed CHILD S TIMMONDS K fc hor pans Mo an my olo woman wo aint a gwlno to starvo so longs dars any thing lof to confunscato twoon har an Davis houso in Richmond Mars chuckled tho old man and ho at once bocamo busy holping his wlfo In proof of his auccoss as a skrlmagor honoy yohs In a hoap sight ov danjah l said tho old woman fob do Confed sojors hoz boon a skrlm ngin round har all day fob yob Hut you can givo us something to oat and lot us rost for awhllo Woll do do bos wo kin mars but dar aint much loft atwoon do t vo sides Hut pralso do Lor my olo mans a skrlmagor hissof an ho has do knack of ilndin out if dars any thing lof round about said tho old woman as sho stirred up tlto flro and brought out Good Lor CIIAPTEU XVI Wo found a road which Liz dirootcd Wholesale like a Grocers PORTSMOUTH O us to and which sho assured us ran Along plum est fob bout ton mllo this wo fairly ran holding each othors hands to keep from stumbling Whoro tho road turned wo left It and trusting to luck took to tho woods and fencoless fields Now and thon wo saw camp flros to tho right and loft but wo avoided them for wo dared not run tho risk of an In SK AWAY AWAV 1 FORD WITH Â¬ tho klnd hoartod ncgross in that hum- Â¬ ble hut Wo ato till wo woro ashamod of our selves and frankly said so our tin plato were kept piled up till wo woro satisfied till for tho first timo tho hunger that taut ben gnawing at our vitals for MutiiB was appeased Hut this did txliaust the hospitality of theso Mi ptopie for a supply was cooked TrWl to tote off with ua when we left tydid not UVt much urging on the old bums part to lndttoe us to sleep for wo woro soon sitting down to si in a foast of ponos and bacon as wouh h vo delighted tho heart of Vltollus himself that is if ho had boon blossod with our appetites Sinco that day at homo and abroad I havo partaken of banquets whoro all earths luxuries prepared by artistic oooks woro spread beforo mo in I novor onjoyed thorn as Frofusion but dollolous meal provided by lii could soo mon In long ovorcoats grouped about tho ilro with tholr rllles stacked within reach This scorned to bo a resorvo plokot post The mon had built tho Ilro among tho branches of a largo troo that had been uprooted by tho wind Keeping in tho shadow of tho great mass of oartli still clinging to tho roots wo mado our way to tho troo Stay horo and Ill soo if I can loam who they aro said Howard and before I could stop Mm ho had loft mo Ho crept along tho trunk but ho had not gono far beforo a stick broke undor him I saw tho mon seizing tholr rllles Halt Who and I hoard tho command goos thoro Dont Ilro I am a Yankee callod out Howard as ho roso to his foot and vestigation It was noar daylight and wo must havo traveled fully forty miles from our last stopplng placo whon from tho crest of what was a considerable olova tlon for that region wo saw a camp flro boneath us It was so near that wo ovory meal on tho way Wo parted at Lexington and 1 wont dlreotly homo Af tor grootlng my happy paronts 1 bur rlod ovor to tho Widow Brents whoro my reception filled to overflowing tho cup of my joy Tho noxt day Carrio and I drovo to Camp Dick Robinson whoro wo found Frank In his old quarters Poor follow ho coughed incessantly and ho was wasted to a shadow Whon I assured him that ho was now on tho footing of ovory othor prisoner of war ho ombraced mo and wopt liko a PEAK NOT TIIK COWAKIHT WHOLESALE 109 W Mack Stadler THIRD STREET Co CLOTHING CINCINNATI noos n31ly LUKE MASON is a war FANT JAMES PTHE OInitKLIABLE Hat House of VV S Dickinson Co Cor Pearl 4 Vine CINCINNATI Invites all of his mountain friends and es pecially tho merchants to give him call when in the city 11 story of more Â¬ Â¬ t child Finding him In tho mood to accept advice I spokoof his illnoss and tho ef Â¬ fect good nursing at homo would havo on him and tho result was that ho con Â¬ sented to tako tho oath of allegiance Ho was taken homo but within tho year ho was sloeplng in tho old comotory bosldo his fatlior Tho forogolng is all of my story un Â¬ less 1 might add that whon my loavo expired I roturnod to my regiment I fought on till tho oloso of thovar and then roturnod with a Colonels commission and an ompty sloovo I am married to Frank Urents sister It was agreed quiotly botwoon my wlfo and myself that I should havo tho nam ing of tho first child soon oxpeoted and Tho first chanced sho of tho second advanced towards tho Ilro Wo belong to tho Twonty Flrst Vir Â¬ to bo twins Thoy aro young mon now ginia and aro out soarohlng for you but of ton as wo knelt ovor tho crib in follows This I hoard In rosponso to which Joo Johnsoh and Sherman slept Howards question My first Impulse so quietly tears would well up from our Â¬ Â¬ than usual excellence as war stories go and is certain to add much to the already wide reputation of its author It is of course full of stirring incident has a strong and c UARLEY QUISEXBERRY WITH Louis yl8ly Gus Straus LEXINGTON KY LEADING CLOTHIERS interesting plot and besides being correct in its historic details is utterly Â¬ J JE VORIS Representing M ROBINSON LOUISVILLE KY CO free from partisan colorOf course it is ing written in a loyal spirit but at the same time full credit is given the other Â¬ Headquarters Mt Sterling Ky when completo line of snmples may bo seen Writing Papers Envelopes Pens Ink Ac Ac for balo nt this oflice Ladles Note Paper only 10c a quire Call en us when you need stationery BtlLlIOIIBT LX J I ZW - 1 v r V ivA J IIIMI IJH j wuiiJiiuimuiMMUWjguoajmiinMmi i f l u DGPARcmenc uongrossionai uismot ini mmiju uujuijm Liberty or Death When tho immortal Henry pronounced these words thoy resounded throughout a continent and camo re echoing from tho farthest shores of tho old world Why Bccauso it touched a chord in overy mans heart with n soul noblo enough to bravo tho grim monster in any shape rather than that his rights should bo taken away from him and ho should deliver down to his posterity an inheritance of slavery Wo havo shown forth repeatedly that freedom is obedi enco to just and rightful law and no ono of tho plutocratic press has had tho hardihood to gainsay it Wo havo gone further and shown that tho laws in many instances are not just and rightful No ono has taken up tho proposition to show that thoy were in tho main just and rightful Further still wo havo gone on and called attention of tho republic to tho fact that the administration of the laws was notoriously defective and did not approximately meet tho ends of jus- Â¬ tice Nor did we stop here but wo went still further and showed that laws were enacted directly detrimental to tho inter- Â¬ est of tho masses and in behalf of the special interests of a few No ono has denied these propositions Also wo havo gone on and asserted that the public af- Â¬ fairs were run at a most extravagant and corrupt rate with a taxation grinding tho poor and partially exempting tho capitalist Not a sound has been heard in tho denial of theso propositions by that portion of tho public press interest Â¬ ed in maintaining tho present order of Why hayo thoy continued n things graveyard silence in theso propositions Because they plainly see that a simple discussion of them would open the eyes of tho people and thoy would quickly hurl somo of their political demigods from place and power whatever might be their party name and open confessions Now had wo havo stopped hero the managers of public affairs might have in somo shape been excusable but wo did not stop here after giving a complete diagnosis of the disease like honest men full up in their work wo suggested a remedy What more could wo do What less did duty to ourselves to our country to God and humanity require us to do Three millions of people speaking through their organizations for threo millions more unorganized have set forth this bill of grievances and have suggested a remedy Note now what follows Tne samo old action of tyranny in all nges They commence to fight the poople and their propositions from tho beginning Because it is their interest to do Why so Their party interest or their pecu- Â¬ niary interest That is all Thoy are fighting the interest of tho people and their rights for their own interest It is simply tho rights and liberty of the people against tho party interests and plutocratic interests It is a contention of tho people for their rights in an honest Â¬ Official Organ of tho Tenth Ky - - Editor B F DAVIS of Ezol sCTTo whom all communications Intended for this department should he addressed STATE OFFICE US T T Gardntr President Hardwcll 1 F Davis Secretary Ezcl Ciiarlks Pack Treasurer Sin W M Bailkv Lecturer Gold City V II T exkcutivi committee It Rrowder 01 instead C- - J Dooun Finehvillc liitoWN Clinton DISTRICT OFFICERS A J ItiNCio President Ilothwell S L Kabh Sec Sr Trcns Omcr NATIONAL OFFICERS President L L Polk Washington D C Sccy J II TuKsnit Hereafter no indorHinciit 0NOTICK of any mans candidaey for any political ollicc will he published in these columns until he shall have paid the fee either to the printer or myself To do so would he unfairly taking advantage of the publisher Only indorsements of farmers at farmers meetings inserted in this department under 15 F Davis any circumstances 10 Fees for Announcements State Officers District 6 County 3 OFFICIAL I U tho llrotherhood of the N F A We nrc now approaching tho most critical period in our existence as nn Order The demoralizing elements which always enter into a political campaign arc already being marshalled by the ene mies of our Order with a determined purpose to divide and disrupt us if possible No device or scheme will be left untried Every effort will be made to divert the minds of the people from the great issues which are essentially the very llfo of our great reform movement It was this knowledge of the situation that prompted the action of the National Legislative Council in maturing a plan for a lecture system and for presenting it The ultimate to the Order for adoption inevitable and triumphant success of our principles is assured if this system be actively and faithfully prosecuted For the American farmers and all other classes and interests which are so intimately related to them will not fail to stand together for right justice and equity if properly informed If prose- Â¬ cuted as designed this system will engage the services during this year of not less than 35000 lecturers in our cause I earnestly invoke the aid and co operation of the entire brotherhood in securing a faithful lecturer for every subordinate and county Alliance and for every Con- Â¬ gressional district within the jurisdiction of our Order throughout the whole country Arrangements are also being made for tho holding of two or moro grand Alli- Â¬ ance mass meetings in each of the Alliance States during the year or as many more as the brotherhood may desire Let us have your active and earnest sympa Â¬ thy in making this the great educational campaign year in our history and thus be prepared to meet any emergency that To Â¬ gation and should merit expulsion No paper vested with authority to represent our Order officially has tho right to assail our principles or any member of tho Order whilo acting in such a capacity Such an offenso should cause all truo Allijinco men to repudiate such paper promptly No member whilo his name remains on our rolls has a right to assail tho principles of the Ordor publicly Ho is not only permitted but is encouraged by our law to discuss any and all meas ures coming within our provinco with the utmost freedom and to any extent ho may desire within tho Order But tho will of tho majority is the law of tho Order and if he can not ncquicsco in tho decision of tho majority and feels that he is conscientiously impelled to go before tho public and assail our princi- Â¬ ples ho should first divest himself of his Allianco uniform With what consist- Â¬ ency could n Baptist or Methodist go before the world and publicly oppose and denounce some of tho most cherished tenets of his church How long would his name remain on his church book How long ought it to remain there Why should ho expect or desire to remain in the church Loyalty to Alliance principles is the only truo Allianco test not only as to membership but it should faithfully bo applied in tho selection of all officers from the steward in a subordinate Alli anco to the president of tho National Alliance and it must be applied in tho selection of those who are to make and execute our laws if wo would reasonably hope for the reforms which we seek We want no foes within our camp We can live better without them than with them Let tho membership bo Â¬ Â¬ Tho fact now is patent to ov- Â¬ ernment cry freeman that this government bo longs to certain parties who havo money and tho rights and domands of tho peo plo arc spit upon and trodden under foot That this government has commenced through all its agencies to contend against tho people Having blarneyed and blind oil them so long whilo their pockets were picked they deem it presumptuous arro ganco in the peoplo to define their rights and ask for a redress of grievances Wo had a littlo boy onco a rosy beau tiful boy Wo dandled Hi in upon our knees and called him our sou Tho joy of tho household and tho prido of tho family was ho His nanio was Absolom As ho grew larger we called him our littlo man But tho larger ho grew tho fur ther from our control ho strayed Ho was often in bad company visiting bad places and saloons Ho finally married tho daughter of Dives our long time enemy nnd camo around only ovcry year or two in perfect friendship but seem incly as a matter of business Time Â¬ in starting a Union department in the Hazel Green Herald and recommend I it to tho patronago of tho Allianco In Eastern Kentucky belioving It to be it v V useful medium through which the brethren can communicato their idea to each other J W Fields President KENTUCKY CENTRAL RAILWAY IlIllIS GltABS KOUTX SITORTE3T AND QUICKEST ROUTE FROM CENTRAL KENTUCKY TO ALL TOINTS NORTH EAST WEST AND SOUTHWEST FAST LINE BETWEEN LEXING- Â¬ TON AND CINCINNATI flSrSciiEDULE in Effect Feb No 2 Dully 15 1891 South Bound Le rolled their watchful and faithful and guard with untiring vigilance tho principles of the Order Never was tho outlook for our cause so hopeful and encouraging We have only to be true to our principles true to our obligations and to our noble Order and all will bo well Fraternally L I Polk President N F A and I U Tribute of Respect Pine Giiove F Â¬ Â¬ J April 25th 1891 following tribute of respect was The endorsed by unanimous voice Our kind Heavenly Father in His wis Â¬ dom called our dear brother John Wells of Mcnefee county Ky from labor to rest on the 13th inst By request of the bereaved family he was interred in the family cemetery with honors of our Order Bro Wells had been a member of tho Christian church for many years and lived consistent with his profession His presence will bo very much missed in the community and whilo wo mourn his loss we are not as those who have no hope but have that sweet consolation that our loss is his eternal gain and we hereby tender tho bereaved family our Â¬ L Union Neaii Ezkl Morgan Co Ky y tenderest sympathies Dear loved ones who have gone before us Wait for us there To loying arms will God restore us And in their bliss well share Then full of faith well lay our sorrows At Jesus feet And in the bright and heavenly morrow Loved ones the saved ones greet May He who numbers tho hairs of our heads and in whoso presenco tho sparrows fall caro for tho bereaved ones and may theirs bo nn unbroken family circlo in tho glory land may arise State and county officers especially are earnestly admonished to push this work in their respective jurisdictions zealously and vigorously The enemy is actively on the alert It is his purpose to buy or control our press as far as possible Failing with money ho will substitute oflice or its patronage Failing in all this he will strive by every means foul or fair to crento divisions or dissensions in our ranks If a convention of tho enemies of tho National Fanners Alliance and Industrial Union was called to devise a plan for tho overthrow and destruction of the Order it would doubtless adopt as the most speedy and effectual such methods as would create dissension and strife among tho membership flow eagerly and how exultantly they hail tho least indication of this If an erring brother so far forgets his obligations to the Order as to assail its principles publicly ho is her Â¬ alded by the politicians and the partisan press as a hero If a paper which has been designated a representative of the principles of our Order proves false to its most sacred compact and assails our members or our principles it thereby gains speedy admittance to the respect and confidence of our enemies If influ ential or prominent members disregard Â¬ ing their obligations to each other and to tho Order engago in a public personal warfare through tho press or otherwise our enemies are abundantly satisfied No member of our Ordor has tho right to assail another mombor publicly thro tho press or otherwise so long as their names arc on our roll of membership Such an offense is a violation of his obli Â¬ J S E Hayes E Quicks all Lewis Uy ETON Com Organization of the Ordor in Ohio The Ohio Stato Allianco was organized April 10 at Columbus A largo number of delegates were present and the great Â¬ est enthusiasm prevailed President Polk and National Lecturer Willctts were present and mado speeches Tho following officers were selected President Alva J Ageo Cheshire Vice President 11 W Loomis government against plutocracy and a dishonest and tyrannical government True the form of the government is all right but tho administration of it is badly wrong and abominably wretched Wo say tho ministerial and legislative functions of the government havo set up to fight tho demands of the people Do you not think my fellow countrymen that a proposition emanating from two millions of freemen in America sot before tho Congress of theso United States is worthy of a pause in their proceedings and an inquiry into its merits or demer its especially if this proposition is preluded by a baneful picture of wrongs and violated rights which it has not the hardihood to deny Yea verily every freeman from tho lakes to tho gulf ans Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Secretary Chaplain Harvey E Porker GeorgeAlbert Sperry Â¬ town Treasurer Lecturer Steward W P Elliott Doorkeeper C N Massie Assistant Doorkeeper John Clark W It Parsons A D Foster Hells Fork Who Will Win tho Silver Hmlge In order to induce somo brother in each Sub Union to solicit subscribers to Tin Herald I will make tho following very liberal offer Tho regular prico of The Herald is 1 per year monoy always in advance but for the next three months I will sond ten copies of The Herald for 9 and to tho ono sending tho largest club I will givo free n German silver badgo very nico and should bo Alliance worn by ovcry mombor of tho Union Now is tho timo to send in a club Who will bo tho first to respond Fraternally B F Davis wers yes Tis enough Tho Congress pauses in the midst of extravagant ap-Â¬ propriations to consider plutocratic in terests and nearly ovcry member from a dying Congress is returned homo ono moro apostlo to preach quietude and contentment to a muchly wronged peo Â¬ ple You must not contend for your rights for you will hurt our party Wo are clean and honest Thoso other fol- Â¬ lows are black and thievish This is their cant to blarney and blind the peo ple in tho interest of porty and pluto- Â¬ cracy Who bellovcs them Nobody a fool believes men when thoy are but talking for their own interest and will not take timo to consider a proposition emanating from threo millions of free- Â¬ men Who will stop tho wheels of legis Â¬ lation to consider tho interest of a dozen men on Wall street 7 Excuso mo gcntlo sirs for we certainly thought that ono man was as good as another of the samo moral merits and in tho innocence and simplicity of our hearts wo were under the impression that this government was inaugurated for tho people but passing event show it is now run for tho moneyed lords alone Peoplo of America What shall wo do slnco you havo lost your gov Â¬ Â¬ ho and Dives own all my goods and ef fects and I am poor By tho fine arts under tho guiso of friendship and wil lingncss to aid they own all Poor Abso lorn Who would havo thought this of Absolom This story presents a facsimile picture of this government in its relation to tho people The legislators havo married daughter and they and Dives Dives have divested tho people of their sub stance under tho guiso of aid and friend ship They too havo coherded with tho vilest and lowest stratum in morals to accomplish their aims But perhaps wo are overstating tho matter and if so we should apologise before a reading public Perhaps tho politicians and party workers do not pander to tho saloons and tho vilest dregs of society to carry their points If they do not wo hero apologise Perhaps Congress in its financial legislation has not mado laws in the interest of tho moneyed power by which tho valuo of their holdings wore vastly increased and the burdens of tho taxpayer and pro ducer vastly increased also If thoy havo not wo here npologizo Perhaps tho governmental departments and tho party organizations havo not bristled up to fight the peoplo in their demands for a redress of grievances If they havo not wo certainly ought to apologize Tor haps tho government has taken strong ground in behalf of tho peoplo against capitalistic combinations to destroy free competition If so wo certainly should apologize Perhaps tho administration of tho government is not wasteful and corrupt and is not run in tho interest of a few rich with a system of taxation against the poor If not wo are in error Perhaps our courts and our penal code are administered with even handed jus- Â¬ tice to both rich and poor aliko and the rich can not buy exemption from punish ment and tho poor can got their righU in a civil process If so wo havo made a mistake But if wo havo made no mistake wo make no apology Truly affairs are bad enough without exaggeration With tho peoplo approaching the creature of its own hands with nn exemplification of their own wrongs and a remedy already formulated for tho purposo of amend ment and then for the wholo camp with its factions to spurn this approach of tho peoplo and to set all tho apostles of plutocracy to preaching against them is certainly an alarming spectacle to those who think themselves free Tho peoplo of America must now confront tyranny in its most dangerous and deceptive form Had it a central head its location would bo simple Now it comes In tho form of corporations capitalistic combinations pnrty boodlo mongcrs with all the arts of hell to first deccivo and then make man his own destroyer No slave is half such a slavo as ho who winds tho chains around his own limbs If tho peoplo bow nnd humbly submit to this Moloch and that too through ignorauco and of their own accord wo know of no such example in history nnd can by no menus Ono thing wo guess tho consequences know that it requires oxtromo exertions of tho friends of freedom to prevent Â¬ on and ho and Dives proffered services to help mo along Today Cincinnati Covington Paris Lexington Paris Winchester Kiohmoml Corhiu Corhiu Ar Le Ar Livingston Middlcsborough Cumberland Gap Express Fst Lo ExSuti 8 10am 8 00pm 2 20pm 8 18am 8 08pm 2 20pm 11 18am 10 23pm 5 30pm 12 lOun 11 00pm 0 20pm 5 37 pm 11 27 am 0 15pm 12 lOnn 7 20pm 1 35pm 3 OMpm 4 5Jpm 7 25 pm 7 50 pin 1 No o No 4 Accoiu Dally Dally Le 50pm Williamsburg 5 45 pm Ar 6 20pm immo Jelllco Le 1 50 pm llichmnud 4 45pm Lancaster Ar 5 20pm Stanford North Bound Stanford Le ArQ Richmond Le a g Jellieo g Williamsburg Corbin Ar 2223 Cumbd UiipLe H S Corbin Livingston Livingstoi lUchmoud Ianeaster jjH 33 2 Daily Express No 1 Daily Dally Ex 8un 7 7 10 No 5 No 3 8 8 0 Middlesbrough 25 Ar Lc g g gJB g 20 o 9 11 12 00am 50am 15am 15 am 50am 35am 25ara 45am 25am 15am 1105am 40pm 140pm 3 45pm 4 25 pm 0 37 pin 0 45pm Winchester Paris licxingtot 1ariB Covington Cincinnati W L Le 0 05 am Ar 0 55 am 7 45am Lc 7 00am 7 53 am Ar 10 44 am Ar 10 50am 2 33pm 2 00pm 2 15 pm 5 40 pm 5 50pm Munbon TravPass Act Cincinnati Ohio C 8 It Knott Truflic Manager General Ofliccs Louisville Ky Gen Pass Agt P Atmore F II Morhk Asst Gen Pass Agt Chamber of Commerco Iluilding Cincinnati Ohio No 2 Daily to all points except Rowland Division which is daily except Sunday No 1 Huns daily from Lexington to Cin Â¬ cinnati No 2 Runs dally No 5 Huns daily from all stations ex- Â¬ cept the Rowland Division which Is dally except Sunday No 3 Dully except Sunday No 4 Daily between Cincinnati and Lex ington Nov 2 and 0 make connections at Win Â¬ chester for points on tho N N fc M V 13 D No 2 Carries through cars from Cincin Â¬ nati to Middlcsborough and Cumberland Gap and all intermediate stations and runs daily S Oflice Â¬ J P ROGERS WITH JULIUS BENCKENSTEIN Manufacturers and Jobbers of CO Bootee WOONSOCKET RUBBER AGENCY NO 103 WEST PEARL STREET CINCINNATI O J great and direful calamities to republi Â¬ can liberty Harry Ilinton in National Economist Tho Ilnmhl Knloroil tit Jlno Grove The following resolution was offered by Bro J W Fields and unanimously adopted by Pino Grovo Union No 10G1 21 1891 STEEL PEHS different pmiww Nfckel Plated IO Sample Pensreoalpt ofMJtkaxm 10 OSNTt sent post paid oa PERRY U CO London 8t 0 BrMtfmy Nw Ywk 8 uhim at their regular meeting April 3rSold at Tim Herald office atlpc H Pino Grovo Union is the oldest Uniou In purohai dozen or 75c a gross Eastern Kentucky having been organ- Â¬ somo if you would makeCull andeasy writing ized Aug 3 1887 Resolved By Pino Grovo Union No 1001 in regular session assembled that we indorse Bro B F Da via action Printed in tfea best atyla and at lowatt rates at tbia offio 8nd tw your ordur HORSE BILLS 1 tsUBSu U HVS r - Hazel Gpeen Herald SPJCNOJCIt r lucky ones In tho race for Stato olllces Wo linve carefully canvassed tho chances HAZEL CREEN KY of each candidate for gubernatorial honMay 8 1891 ors Wo havo road tho pro and con comment in nearly every newspaper in the Stato about each of the four aspir Â¬ ants and wo are firmly convinced that BHBwj fJo7 Hon John Young Ilrown is a favorite in KXLjsm tho pools Of course each candidate has 1a coterie of conscientious admirers who aro clamoiing for their choice butcaro fully counting all tho chances against him wo conclude that Mr Hrowu will TOR MEUTHNANT GOVKUNOK go into tho iouisvillu convention with a larger number favoring his nomination M than any mini named It is hardly prob OP FAYETTE COUNT V Subject to notion of thu Demouratlo Party able that ho will have sufllcient votes to nominate him on tho first ballot but when tho hindmost man is dropped ho PUNGENT PARAGRAPHS many will drift to him that his nomina- Â¬ Subncribo for Tub Hiuam and got all tion will be an easy matter We do not see how it is possible to defeat him aud tho nows only 1 a year in advance for tho good of tho Stato wo hope no Jack tho Kipper la Bald to bo In unfair means will lo used to do so thin country Why not put tho Italian Mafia on his track From nearly every county in the mountains of Kasteru Kentucky comes Too Mulhatton lma lxon committed to tho gratifying aud encouraging nows a lunntio aHylum Thin Hliould bo a that tho conventions held in the several warning to other nowapapor Hunt counties on Saturday last instructed for Judge G II Swango for Register of tho Some of our naval ofllcorH mtiHt havo Land ollico Indeed overy ono heard boon at tho holm of tho Spaniah gun Â¬ from up to tho present writing have sent boat that was recently run upon a rock delegates instructed for him This is as and lott it should be aud wo earnestly hope that Anna DickiiiHou may bo a nunc woman Kasteru Kentucky will go into tho Stato but if ho tho published roKrt of lior ro- - convention with a solid column cham Â¬ cent lecture in Now York were written pioning his cause With tho full mip- Krt of this section his nomination is by crazy roportern assured for that ho will have a generous MmMrTrai -1h denied that Mr Cloyo And now it support from other portions of the Sluto land luiH hedged on tho allvor question has all along been an accepted fact and as usual tho blame h put on tho Hurrah for Swango and let every poor roportor who wrote up tho inter- Eastern Kentucky delegate practice tho view shibboleth so that wo may sound it in a loud voice when the convention assem Mr niaiuo has suflorod as much or of tho present complicated statement bles at Louisville next Wednesday moro at tho hands of IiIh frienda than that nobody outside of tho treasury de from his enomlex and ho might bo ex Â¬ Present indications load us to lcliovo partment seems to understand at all aud cused for exclaiming Jeliver mo from that Hon M C Alford will have no which is intepreted differently inside COOPER - - - Editor another IhSUO tho Louisville convention will havo her Â¬ alded to tho world tho names of tho J Jo fore Friday Â¬ A mm Citizens National Bonk WINCHESTER KENTUCKY PAID UP CAPITAL nft RrSl Ifw1- pKrM C ALFORD vtiMfl UXIv iVSV M HON el M 17500000 WASH MILLER PRESIDENT ft Â¬ S W WILLIS VICE PRESIDENT A II HAMPTON CASHIER J W P0YKTEK ASST CASHIER Mm MraH3gfe3fflHS 53gssslJ Â¬ fra 43T Â¬ Â¬ ja J Â¬ Â¬ J Has ample facilities for doing a general banking business So- Â¬ licits deposits makes collec tions gives prompt and careful attention toall business entrust ed to it and extends to its ens- cm turners tho most libera accom- trniiiuiafrVtiK modatiuns consistent with cor- S v rect banking business Â¬ Â¬ TAYLOR DAY FLOYD DAY KELLY H DAY opposition in the Louisville convention Tho Republicans and Democrats aro on tho litli iust but wo adviso his doing most of tho talking about next friends throughout Kentucky to bo preyear but tho Farmers Alliance is adding pared for any emergency that may arise to its memberships at a rato that speaks As wo havo all along claimed ho ought to receive tho nomination by acclama Â¬ for itself and in no uncertain tone tion but if tho bee buzzing in the bonnet Tho nows of tho eviction of tho fami Â¬ of somo fellow from ono of tho back lies of striking coal minors in Pennsyl- counties should at any time sting Mitch vania must mako pleasant reading for Alford tho hitters friends should be tho landlords aud constables in Ireland prepared to clip its wings No man has who havo hithorto enjoyed a monopoly a cleaner record in public aud private life than Mitch Alford no man of his ago of this particular industry over did so much for tho Democratic If S Olarkson can wield a shillalah party in Kentucky and we hope every in tho Republican nominating conven Â¬ delegate in the Stato will go to tho Ixm tion next yoar with tho samo elUctive isville convention determined to demand dcsh that ho did in tho recent League Alfords nomination by acclamation convention theres going to bo a start- Â¬ WASHINGTON LETTER ling surpriso for somebody about that tlrito Wahhinciton May 1 1891 Senator Poller does not liko tho charge Old Hutch has been heard from that has been mado against him of his again Ho has just pockotod u half mill- Â¬ ion dollars as his sharo of tho big Chica being a victim to tho Presidential itch go wheat deal Ono of these days tho aud ho told a friend that ho thought it pcoplo who havo to work for all tho was but a part of tho prearranged pro monoy thoy can got will put a stop a gramme to use ridicule or any other wea Â¬ very short stop to speculating and gam Â¬ pon that might bo available to break tho force of tho arguments he hits mado since bling in food products ho came East in defense of tho rising of The death of tho distinguished German the common people as represented by soldier Field Marshal von Moltke wa tho Farmers Alliance aud organizations a heavy blow to tho ambitious young in sympathy therewith Ho says furemperor of Germany Ho was in his ther that ho isnt a caudidato for Presi Â¬ ninety first yoar And in case of war would dent and doesnt expect to bo as ho cal- Â¬ not have boon able to havo taken an ac Â¬ culates to devote tho next six years to tive part but tho low of tho advice of tho service of the people on tho floor of the man who had proven himself to bo tho United States Senate chamber aud the foremost European soldier of modem that is alxiut as largo a contract as ho cares to undertake during that time timet is nevertheless no Blight one What is tho actual condition of tho How much United States treasury Somo people think it strange that littlo Portugal backed down completely when cash available for immediate use has John Bull mado certain demands of her tho Secretary of tho Treasury at his Theio questions would seom concerning English possessions in Africa command We dont It was about tho samo thing to bo simple and easy enough to answer as John L Sullivan catching a sixteen-year-ol- d but what knowledge does tho public uuin boy by tho nape of tho neck when tho daily treasury balance sheet aud demanding tho contents of his pock- Â¬ gives tho surplus of available cash as Discetion is always a good thing between eleven aud twelve millions tho et and little Portugal seems to have a sup director of the mint gives it as 258000 000 and Secretary Foster at 70000000 ply on hand Â¬ Â¬ my friends that building It is believed that tho friends of Mr Harrison havo succeeded in getting Mr J T DAY AND HAZEL GREEN KENTUCKY CO J Â¬ Â¬ Hlaino to promise that ho will writo a letter which will mako it impossible for his namo to lo considered as a Presiden tial possibility aud which will throw tho entire Hlaino influence to Mr Harrison Mrs Hlaino has been u valuable ally to the Harrison forces as she is most bitterly opposed to her husband over going through another campaign at tho head of his partys ticket believing that tho worry would certainly kill him Mr lliaiue if ono may beliovo bin close personal friends needed very littlo per- Â¬ suasion as far as tho use of his own namo is concerned as ho had long ago reached tho conclusion that he would never bo President and mado up his mind never again to bo a caudidato Tho Harrison boom has received an unex Â¬ pected accession in tho support of Senator Quay aud Mr Clarkson who wore considered as being opposed to tho ro uominatiou of Mr Harrison aud this is understood hero to mean that there will bo no organized opposition to him Ex Senator Blair will not go to China as United States minlstor for tho very plain reason that tho emperor of China has notified the department of Stato that ho does not want him to come Mr Hlair will bo sent elsewhere probably to Â¬ WHOLESALE Largest Stock RETAIL Lowest Prices Have invoices arriving daily and stacks upon stacks of goods to meet every department of trade Live Stock Country Produce and School Claims received in trade on notes accounts or merchandise J T PAY CO LEXINGTON KY West Short Street A Model Restaurant in Almost Every Feature 12 The mnmUafo nteteii SEATING CAPACITY 150 at nil huiuuiih Frcfth Oyster Mobile Counts liluo Points Saddle Ilockri New York Counts itiul MohIh to order nt nil houro Delicacies of tint noiihoii uhviiyH on linml The uioitt complete and modern kitolien hi tin1 Htnte Aiihhik the recent nddltioiiH Ih n Miller Improved Kano the Uncut in the world with eighteen lircH nix Mtcaming nt tachmentx two hiree hroiiont nnri hot and cold witter reservoirs This range will cook nuythiiiK from u half a beef to n tid bit of nwcetbrcnd and is the only one of the kind in REGULAR MEALS 25 CENTS Kentucky A hearty welcome and the most courteous treatment to all GUS LUIGAHT Proprietor WM nov21ly J M KKLIY Iroaiilont MtlUHT Secretary and Treasurer Japan Tho report of tho investigation made by U S oflicials of tho records of the Italians lynched at Now Orleans has boon received at tho department of justice ami turned over to Mr Hlaino It will probably not bo mado public until after Mr Harrison returns aud poesibly not until tho Italian government is again heard from The Houso aud Senate joint committee charged with tho investigation of tho printing aud distribution of public docu Â¬ ments has after doing considerable work adjourned until Juno It is already ap Â¬ parent that tho committee will bo ablo to point out tho way to save several hundred thousand dollars a year without injury to public interests Con Schofleld says ho is pleased with tho progress mado in enlisting Indians in tho army and that ho hopes somo of tho Indian troops may bo organized and suf- Â¬ ficiently disciplined to bo stationed at tho Worlds Fair in 1898 Considerable interest in tho speaker Â¬ ship fight was aroused this week by tho presence hero of Mr McMillin and sev- Â¬ eral of his lioutenanta in conference None of tho gentlemen would say what thoy came for but it was evident that thoy thought it important Â¬ WHENEVER YOU VISIT LEXINGTONCALL ON THE - Lexington Foundry Co Office 99 EAST MAIN STREET Shop K U RAILROAD STATK near 7th St TheynroopprntliiffTIIK LAKQKST FOUNDRY AND MACHINK SIIOl1 IN THK eat of Louisville AllkimlHof ROILEU AND KNGINK RIWAIKING SKILLFULLY DONK at thk lowimt ii viso lliiCKH J M KKLLY President OnicoOU BAST MAIN STRUCT JNBrFoundry on K U UAILHO Lexington Ky A M Certainly Which if either is right Some of the jmpors in tho Stato havo all cannot bo Mr Foster very sensibly recently claimed that Dr Clardy would says that ho believes it wiso to discuss be willing to take a half loaf if ho can the financial attaint of tho government not lug off the whole gubernatorial gin Â¬ with tho public aud most pcoplo will ger cake Plainly speaking it has been agree with him but a solid foundation pre4hUd that in event he is defeated in is necessary in order to discuss tho mat Â¬ Um Domination for Governor ho will ter understanding and this foundation bo had until tho pcoplo aro given drop in for Lieutenaut Governor and can not AtttAfoniae Alford Dr Clardy omphati an authorltativo statement concerning ally Wttl the charge And says that ho tho present condition of tho Treasury hm never dreamed of doing euch a thing Lot a plain statement bo prepared of tho HesAys the report wam circulated to in waven hundred aud odd millions of dol Â¬ Aim in hU oAnvawi for Governor lars that aro known to bo in the treasury Alox Davidson a white man was kill ad i jtiethtt to mIm we wkU to add tliAt showing just what aro trust funds and we W not believe tkt be will de Any which the money owned outright by the ed near Jackson Saturday night by Alex government and to given out in plac Wilton colored Both ww drlnVlng 4Mg ii WHOLESALE MANUFACTURING DRUGGISTS KY CATLETTSBURC Tho LnrRost Drug IIoubo in tho Ohio Vnlloy Mnnufaoturora of 228 REMEDIES thut nro Sold by tho Dozon uuuu oiiuiwu rooi 01 r joor uootn aa Unnda Employed x jrtrSolo proprietors of tho fmuoiu I jluto iTho only remedy tlmt etc tinny f entery is Hold on nu KUiirimtec to euro nil 1aliu AcluH CrninpN nnd Colic Dlnrrhcwi NERVE KINQI nhio and yn lor the perinnnrnt proprietor of the renowned ttVJ HINDOO KIDNEY CORDIAL I Sole euro of IuIiih In tlio n ir ao4fraoMa IflrFoK Patk by Dritq Stoium and Country Kroui THE HERALD litfTiifir GtI asteffi Kentucky Subscribe catch things V led internally nnd cxter tho iei uiument in the world PRICK 85 CENTS imd rr imrv OrKMw TIiuiimmiiIn of com tlfieutiN ol those wlio Iiiivo uxod thih remedy will lie Mnt on application fHWi lliieknml nil dionUrti of the Kldnynl KvHUYWiirni- lu now hikI tho good linli U UMIU it will contain thin year - r r Hazel Queen Herald and HrcntlilU than nil olliur pnpurs in tliu Slate and merchant In Mt Htorllnj Win vliiNter LoxliiKton Lniiivill and inrin natl will find Iitiik iikht mkdium through which to secure Mountain Trndo ADVKKTISINU 11ATKS IFnn Inrjror olrciilntlnn In Wolfo Mnrnn Advertisements Inserted Tor less thnu 3 iMontiiH will lie 5 cents an inch for thu first insertion and 25 cents an Inch for each sub sequent insertion UK 1 TKAN8IKNT AlI TllANHIKNT AnVKUTIHINO MU8T PAID IN ADVANCK 8TANDINU AIIVKHTIHKMKNTH Inch 12 inutitliN 7 M inches Inchon 12 1 fl CO 4 inches ft Inolicn 5 Inches Liberal rntc on luruor advertisements made known on application OhltiinricN tributes of icspcot etc S a J P Wells Esq of PainUvillo can Â¬ lino Count nix words to thu lino nuu ncihI money with tlio manuscript Wo will writo didate for tho State So unto from this ohitunrlcN nml publish nl ft cents a line district paid our sanctum a plcusant Local notices to be interspersed among call on Wednesday morning Mr Wells rending matter 10 cents n line with a din count of 2ft per cent where they run n month is making a thorough canvass of tho or more Thirty fourth district and informed us Marriage and death notices not exceeding that ho had mot with considerable enten lines solicited nod publlidud FltKK Â¬ IR 75 22 X 23 00 ir 00 Died At the- reaidenco of litn on W W Crtioy on Kcd river W K Crttoy in tho 80th yenr of hia ngo Tlio dcceiinod wan Htrickcn with paralysis on tho 18th of October 1885 which rendered him helplcuH On the 14th of April lost ho received n second utroko which rcHtiltod in bin dentil at 10 oclock of tlio night of tlio Rnmo day Tlio deceased canio to this county from Virginia sixteen years ago and had many warm friends in his circle of acquaintance Ho was a mom her of tho M K Church South and by all recognized as a consistent and devout member of that denomination in tho faith of which ho died his last moments being jih tho sleep of tho just - Dr J A Taulbco accompanied by Dr Jimmio Taulbco of ML Sterling left Wednesday for Rousseau to sco a very sick child of D 8 Davis a prominent merchant at that placo Your Fare toWinchester Will cost you nothing if you will take advantage of WE WILL ALLOW A II O Swango of thin placo learned Monday at Campton that three men had boon killed on tho K U road on Sunday night Detective Georgo Drako was tel Â¬ ephoned to go to tho sccno of tho murder at onco and investigate tho matter Ono man was killed at Jackson and tho other two at tho mouth of Dear creek but Mr Drako did not know tho particulars fur- Â¬ ther than that tho two killed at mouth of Rear woro on a hand car and shot from ambush Mrs Susan F Allen wife of ox Judgo D W Allen of Magoffin county and an aunt of Dr John A Taulbco of this placo died at her residonco on Whlto Oak Magoffin county on Saturday May Sho had often 2 aged about 00 years expressed a doslro to live to sco her children all grown and this wish was gratl fiud in all savo one a daughter who died at tho ago of voventecn Tho deceased was tho mother of twclvo children cloven of whom Burvlvo her Discount of 10 per Gent ON ALL GOODS PURCHASED FROM US m3 JSJ- - r Hills von Hkoulah aiivkutihinq IAVAIHK qUAHTKKLY ON DICMANll Â¬ a candidate for the Statu Senate in this the Mth Senatorial district subject to thu ac tion of thu Dcmooratiu party We are authorized to announce JOHN 8 HAltdlS of Jackson as a candidate for State Senator from this the 34th Senatorial district subject to the action of the Demo cratic party We are authorized to announce JOHN P WKLLS of laintsville Johnson county as n candidate tor Senator from this the 34th Senatorial district subject to thu action of the Democratic party i Â¬ Â¬ couragement Tho fact that Johnson county has never been honored with tho Address HlENVKll COOrKIt Stato Scnatorsliip is having somo effect Hazel Green Ky with many and her candidate will make it warm for tho man who defeats him for ANNOUNCKMKNT Wonro authorized to announce IKOIIOE tho nomination if defeated hu should bo W DUAKK iih a candidate for Sheriff of It was tho first time Mr Wells has visit- Â¬ A YVHrnmo Visitor Wolfe County subject to action of the Dent ed this section and our peoplo wero very GnonairroWN Trx May 1 1891 party oeratic Spenckr Cooiint Hazel Green Ky JAMKS K UOHKRTS of Leo county is favorably impressed with him Rawlings who was with Co of place for a has secured mil of storo and will soon open an new stock on own stylo of firm Co being Miss Kuwlings Miss will in person goods as she is a lady of raro good we advise lady friends in need of lovo of a gow gaws of Ilono is out again after n Hpell John II when wo to havo of thu iucuhIcb handsome Minnie daughter of Fred Day and now stock A host of will wife has the mensles bo welcomo Miss shu Minn Lizzie Lykins and little Mattio Kvans havo measles at tho Day House Tho Miss Day or moro as was won by P R Phillips of Beattyvillo was a Halloy many who heard all six of guest of tho Day House several days tho young men declaim say that our this week young friend James II Swango was Ex Senator Tnulleo preached at tho clearly entitled to first honors Tho Christian church in this place Wednes Lexington Transcript says Tho next day night speech was upon tho subject National Stato Sovereignty lj J II Swnuu Carl Day has just recovered from a Mr Swango presented a fine appearance spell of measles and goes to Frozen on possesses a strong ami pleasing voico Friday to visit his homefolka Ho Impressand natural easy dolivory A P Lacy Esq now at Clay City ed tho audience most favorably and will will resumo his placo at tho store of J bo heard from in tho University and T Day Co of this placo noxt week elsewhere hereafter Â¬ Our stock is the largest in East- Â¬ ern Kentucky and comprises the fruits of the best mills in Europe and America DbauSih Our Dry Goods Millinery NoLaura Dollar for Tun Hkrald this year J T Your tion and Fancy Goods stock is trimmer the visitor out paper a linery department their hive complete in every detail and every and Kentucky up with entirely country Let them settled her account the the them article is marked in plain figures for there Laura big club from which there is no deviation select the and this taste interesting Hoping except story as above to people living our a readers Tin Herald bonnet or other that kind yours etc I at a distance shall await her arrival T further particulars about her Your order by mail will receive warmly Johnson friends Paintbvillk Ky Lauras return and same attention as any person Johnson county the impatient until arrives convention at tho Court would so far as goods and prices electing declamatory contest at Kentucky University Lexington E P Henry Jayno chairman and John P are concerned secretary but You will plcaso find en for closed Ono Win Halo Georgetown Texas here is welcome tho has swarmed in tills has is room for all of come of subscrib- Â¬ You may look for a times aro prosperous fall if ers is Tho war may prosand Its per am W KlIIXIORK Â¬ Â¬ County Democratic Convention May 2 1891 Tho Democracy of House met in and proceeded to organizo by Wells On motion tho chairman apMiiited O M Coopor Elias Knzes Isaac Word M L Price John Marker ln mo t handler John Wood nnd ltotn rt George a com Â¬ mitter on resolutions who reported as follows Win L andsberg Son Ky Winchester VrwMmwiMt No 5 Main Â¬ John H Pleratt of this place on Tho attention of distillers is called to published on our eighth Tuesday brought to this ofllco a snake tho Notice page by Deputy Collector H C Ncal and skin which measures six feet eight inches It was found on Ulackwntor in Morgan it is important that they read it county whoro his siUtkcship had shed it Miss Lilly Allen of White Oak Mor Â¬ for one of a moro sombro hue it evident gan county accompanied by Miss Mag ly being tho hide that housed him in his gie Stevenson of this place paid our laqt years charming career It is of office a pleasant call Tuesday tho blacksnako specios and we climb on m It is the intention of tho Hazel Green to tho back of tho bench to inquire if Fair association to givo bigger premiums any man In tho Stato has over found or and a better exhibition this year than seen a spring shed snake skin of equal or last A floral hall will bo built and thu greater length grounds otherwise improved a meeting of tho stockholders of tho Â¬ 1 That wo approvo tho call of tho convention to bo held at Louisvillo on iwtfrifwi Jim May 13 1891 and tho call of this convention to appoint delegates to attend said convention 2 That wo indoreo the administration of Gov Huckner 3 That in case nono of tho delegates attend said donvention from this county J E Cooper of Hath county is author ized to cast tho vote of this county as in- Â¬ structed by this convention and in the event J L Cooper does not attend said convenion L P V Williams is authorized to cast thovotoof this county as inÂ¬ Â¬ Â¬ wilt ttfitttffltt xrw Street WINCHESTER Â¬ structed 4 That tho delegates of this convention voto aa a unit on nil questions aris Â¬ At Judge Swango will havo his headquar- Â¬ ters in Louisvillo at tho Phoenix on Hit street bowecn Main and Market where ho will bo pleased to have his friends call upon him as soon as thoy arrive in tho city advertisement of Hazol Orcen Academy in this issue This in stitution will bo better prepared for tho accommodation of pupils this fall than over beforo and parents should arrange to give it their patronage Sco tho new Hazel Green Fair association held in this placo Saturday last Spencer Coopor resigned tho presidency whereupon John M Hose of tins placo was elected to tho D S Godsoy was re elected as vacancy vice president W G Iacy as secretary and J T Day as treasurer Tho follow- Â¬ ing gentlemen wero elected as directors viz W T Caskoy Floyd Day It D Motley W C Perkins Harrison Swango W F Duko and A M Nickell Â¬ Judgo Swango who has been shaking hands with his friends hero sinco Mon J T Day accompanied by his daugh Â¬ day left Thursday morning for Louis- Â¬ ters Misses Lula and Lilly loft for Cin- Â¬ villo whoro ho will endeavor to repair cinnati via Clay City Thursday morning his fence in the raco for Register of tho of this week Mr Day goes to buy his Lund Office oro tho gap grows Ho has spring stock of goods and tho young a first class chauco yot and wo Blncorely ladies will do some shopping hope when all tho returns aro in that his What if anything has been dono colors will show in front Lot us work about securing the necessary subscription and watoh every point with eaglo oyes to build tho Hazel Green and Hush Tun Â¬ Georgo W Drake of Campton has nel turnpike It strikes us that wo recently been appointed to tho jwsltion ought to get a move on ourselves or tho of Railroad Detectlvo by tho K U Co charter will become moss grown and entered upon tho dischargoof his Attention is again called to the Ash duties sojno time ago sinco which ho has land Park advertisement in this paHr ferreted out and located tho parties who And by tho way those wanting premium recently fired tho trestle work along that Old Sleuth Is a terror to evil fair stock can buy it of 11 J Treacy and road Â¬ get blue ribbons without effort and lots doors and Is fast gaining a national rep of them Write to Mr Treacy and get utation a prlzo winner Tho election for town olllcers hero Sat Â¬ follow- Â¬ In tho raco for Superintendent of Pub urday passed off quietly and tho awarded lic Instruction it is indeed difficult to ing aro tho gentlemen who wero toll who will win tho nomination but prizes In the political contest I 8 God John M certainly there Is no ono moro deserving ney Police Judgo Trustee than Col John O Hodges Thero aro Rose J W Craven John H Evatw and eight or ten men after tho nomination Floyd Day John W Uowtrton Mar and each one of them has some strength shal Â¬ ing in said convention Wo have added largely to our stock and now occupy On motion tho delegates from this county aro instructed to cast tho voto of two largo buildings and carry as comploto a lino of goods as tho county for tho following candidates can bo found in any city for tho various ofiicos Governor 0 M timo to make tho trip to our city write you Clay Lieutenant Governor M 0 Al ford Attorney General J W Hendrick and wo will sond cuts or samples of any of tho many arti Â¬ Treasurer cles that wo carrv Auditor L 0 Norman V Harry South Supt Public Instruction Whon you do como down imiko our storo your head- Â¬ Ed Porter Thompson Register of tho quarters CO Land Office G 11 Swango Clerk of tho Court of Appeals Addams JAMES KENNEDY JAMES I TIPTON On motion tho following delegates woro appointed G Meek Ellas Kazeo Isaac Ward J 0 Mayo and all other good Democrat attending said convenDKALKR8 IN tion On motion tho following resolution was unanimously adoptod Whereas Johnson county has novor PAINTS OILS VARNISHES AND BOOKS AND STATIONERY had a Senator from this tho 3 4th Senato Â¬ rial district of Kentucky nor asked any thing at tho hands of tho Democracy of frTlic prescriptions nud nnlor or Doctors especially solicited and given special tho district euro ami attention in coiiiiiouikIIiik Thcrefare bo it resolved that wo tho None but pure meillelnes ninl drugs used fel8 lr Democracy of Johnson county present to tho Democracy of said district thu name of Hon John P Wells of Palntsville as a man in every way worthy and quali Â¬ fied to fill said position ami hereby re Â¬ quest tho Democracy of tho several counties composing said district to givo fl said Wells tho unanimous nomination for said office at tho coming district con- Â¬ vention It was moved and curried that tho pro Â¬ ceedings of this convention bo published YEARS HAS LED ALL WORM REMEDIES in tho IIazkl Grhkk Herald and Kenj Eteta tucky Democrat and all other Democrat- Â¬ yr EVERY BOTTLE CMRAHTECD SKD EVERYWHERE ic papers aro requested to copy Tho convention thou adjourned RKHARISM TAYLORMEDCO STLMtSMO John P Welis Sec FURNITURE CARPETS WALL PAPER China Glass and Queensware UNDERTAKING If havent THE WINN FURNITURE Â¬ Pure Drugs Medicines Chemicals MT STERLING KY fWORMS WHITES F0K20 rttfttEDBY CREAM VERMIFUGE Â¬ Henry Jayne Ghmii A Novor 1aIIIiik Â¬ Ilui0y 7 Mrorlmine tho only permanent euro for all forms of headache and neuralgia relievos tho pain in from 16 to 20 min Â¬ For sale on positive guarantee at ute s4ronkigHM0Ht of Prodtie nud the pfttreHftge ef MsunUIh Mer This Hkrald office or sent postpaid by mall on receipt of price 60 cenU a box fully vollelt4 ahu mil MiuireiH TRIMBLE BROS WHOLESALE GROCE MT STEELING KY Urn garHi f - - i vpvjn Hazel Pbeen Herald 8EN0ER COOPER 42 nn tookid ovx I i i THE FUNNY MAN Homo Editor 4- Friday HAZEL GREEN - KY 4 s v jMSMm I rZTwr r KvX May 8 1891 llrn iia i f if i MIGHTY ENGINES OF WAR Pr6f SciiKinLEit has invented a ma- Â¬ chine for producing artificial smoke on a buttlo ilold which it in believed will bo of great value to counteract on Homo occasions tho introduction of smokeless powder CoMWErDEDANSK and M Schneider tho directors of tlio Cail and Creusot works respectfully declare that it is unnecessary to replace steel guns by bronzo cannon in view of the adoption of smokeless powder The total number of guns of tho Ger- Â¬ man navy is 8J1 France 1043 Italy 000 Russia 088 Austria W3 Great Britain 25ii7 Netherlands 400 Spain 847 Swollen and Norway 100 147 Turkey i00 Denmark 87 China 800 United States 801 The new gun for tho German artil- Â¬ lery is of steel and weighs without the carriage 840 pounds against the old guns 100 pounds With carriage it has a weigh of 2700 pounds against 8000 Tho now ammunition wagons weigh 8080 pounds tho old 4440 M Vikilk prominent as an inventor of smokeless powder by means of a del- Â¬ icate process of registration finds that tho pressures at tho moment of burning tho powder do not shed themselves uni- Â¬ formly over the gun throughout its length but that a wave of pressure starts at tho seat of tho powder and transmits itself The apparently almost inevitable failure of some one of the thirty or thereabouts machines employed in working a fully equipped grout gun has mv i caused a reaction in England in favor of look out Puck guns and of doing away with as smaller much machinery as possible The Hadnt Out That Iur Thunderers 100 tonners have been Its too bad you should have to sell taken out and replaced with 20 tonners that fine ring said the iewcler to worked entirely by hand the discouraged looking young man Couldnt you alter it i SHORT WITTICISMS No said the youg idlOw deject - t reached the altar yet edly it Get mashed Potatoes Boston Herald Thin skinned Grapes A HAW race Cannibals ART GLEANINGS Not allowed A whisper Waldo Stohv son of the American Time locks Gray huUs sculptor is to design the marble decor- Â¬ ccstaey--AuwAvsin ations for Duron Rothschilds house PiTlikoaglovi Mittens Experts say that the buried city of Atwavb misled The fog Pompeii has not yet yielded up a third INI eet and drink Treating of its artistic treasure that at the pres- Â¬ The v slt line A girls waist ent rate of progress seventy years will Look up aloft Astronomers elapse before it is thoroughly unearthed Waiikantei all wool Sheep Edwin A Aiiiiev and John T Sargent Sieaks for itself Tho parrot are to decorate a room each in the new Had Lands Unsalable lots Public Library of ltoston It is ex Â¬ jThe oldest club Tho bludgeon pected that this building when com- Â¬ pleted will rank with the finest in jSiiph of tho tongue Stuttering America It is hoped to have each room Line upon lino Music scores of tho edifice decorated by a different NoTin it The stamp on a letter artist Make their mark Lead pencils Drayton Ives tho New York mil- Â¬ Expensive costumes Law suits lionaire is to sell his famous collection Drawn all over tho world Corks of old manuscripts and rare pottery at On tick The telegraph instrument public sale in March The collection Talk of a century Tho last decade an unrivaled one in this country is A precious cord A string of pearls worth about 000000 and much curi Â¬ A rucket shop The hardware store osity is manifested as to tho price the A handy instrument Tho accordion gems will bring at auction Under currents Wires in the- - sub- Â¬ The question has arisen whether ways Polynesian architecture is of Asiutie or Turn over now leaves Tho libra Â¬ South American origin and it is thought that the preponderance of evi rians dence is in favor of the Asiatic theory Hear tho yoko without complaint Indeed it seems probable that the Qxonv American continent was influenced by Where to find u joker In a puck of the same migration from Asia which cards Mail Express gave tho copper colored races to Poly Â¬ nesia POINTS FOR AUTHORS The unsold paintings found in Tides Ik you intend following literature as Dupres studio after his death alivolihoodandcan write proso with tho realized at auction 200700 francs have S41 same caso as poetry by all means fol- Â¬ 000 The due dAumulo bought for low prose 20000 franes his lust work Returning One word contributor When you from Field Labor in an Autumn Sun- Â¬ submit a MS to un editor dont tell set He also obtained for 40000 francs him how long you have been a sub Corotspaintingof Tn Concert which scriber to his paper may bo you was sold by the painter to Dupre for wouldnt have been a subscriber that 7000 francs long if you had been compelled to read SCRAPS OF INFORMATION tho kind of articles you are submitting Mr Walter Hesant says I believe A ton of tomatoes as they como from out of five books published Qnly one the field it is estimated will fill from paysfor paper composition and press 400 to 40 cans work and only one in ten repays tho In u minuto an express train goes a author for his time I leave his talents iniloand a street car 83 rods tho fast out of tho question and say merely for est trotting horse 148 rods and an aver Â¬ his time age pedestrian has got over 10 rods One of tho common blemishes of The latest article to be manufactured jnany manuscripts is orronoous spell from corn is soup Experiments have ing Editors and compositors mako shown that a bushel of corn with the tho corrections and save many a ropu proper amount of alkali will make 200 tatlon thoroby but how is it with tho pounds of soap prlvato correspondence of such blun Â¬ A nusiiKh of peanuts subjected to Such correspondence exposes very high pressure yields one gallon of derers ono to criticism and sovero judgment oil In some countries the peanut for tho charity and amiability of printing-h- castor oil bean andsunllowerare grown ouses is seldom rivaled in the out extensively for oil alone sldo world There ave only about twenty really great diamonds in the world The most Thoy Cuiuo to Term Did you and Dennis Dugun como to famous of them have come from Golcon terms in your dispute asked a busi Â¬ da and Drazll but tho largest are from tho South African fields ness man of his janitor or and yory uncompliraontry A rapid peninun can write 80 words XI term iky wor eor Washington In a minute To do this ho must draw his quill through tho spaco of a rod Pot 10 foot In 40 minutes his pen travels Akticlkh wnt to editors should bo a furlong and in llvo hours and a third flat1 JJny of them r a mile --- born not made Dut for all that there have been professional funny men who hadnt a grain of wit in their composi- Â¬ tion For instance it is well known that the proprietor of a certain great i New York daily newspaper has a habit of mixing his editors all up periodically I I f EST il fclr nili iJfni j Via f to prevent them from sliding into ruts and to give each department the benefit of fresh Ideas and fresh ignorance from time to timo ho changes his men all about transferring the sporting ed- Â¬ itor to the financial department setting the live stock reporter at work writing political editorials and so on ODoylo from above I soy Moike L Now it chanced that in one of tho mix ups tho funny column fell to the lot are ye down there of a reporter who did not know a joke in tho window Ol am Moike from a logarithm who had no more ODoyle Well then sense of humor than a haystack He was accustomed to obey however and ae went to work making jokes His first attempts were something wonder- Â¬ ful to read People with pale faces stopped ono another on tho street pointed out with trembling fingers these jokes and asked if they really read as they had read them and when they were answered that they did they drew deep breaths of relief and passed on Friends of the proprietor of tho paper begged him to make a change and de- Â¬ clared to him that there were some things that the paper could not stand Dut he adhered to his programme and kept tho man at work and in the course of time tho now funny man made jokes that were copied in other papers for jokes and became an admired member of the National Paragraphers Associa- Â¬ tion Philadelphia Times Arc Horn Soino Aro Mmlo and Soino x Ought to Die Those who havo seen much of tho in- side Iffo of some comic journals and PROSPEOTIW FOR 1891 other journals with comic departments know that this kind of work like pretty It has always been our ambition to much every other kind may be made innko Golden Hours the best young almost completely mechanical There is peoples paper in the world and we shall a regulation way to make a joke that in the future continue to do everything is to say a regulation joke Of course in our power to maintain tho lead it has genuine humor and positive wit tran Â¬ obtained over alf its competitors both in scend all rules and tho great jester is ilto tiitic TB COURIER JOURNAL LOUISVILLE KY Subscription rates Daily and Sunday 10 a year liaily without Sunday 8 a year Sunday U a year Wuukly 1 a year The Weekly Courier Journal Has the largest circulation of any Demo cratic Newspaper in the United States and proposes to double or treble its already large circulation flSy HY GIVING AWAY Â¬ tor CIRCULATION QUALITY OF STORIES AND SKETCHES ARTISTIC ILLUSTRATIONS HOW EACH AND EVERY DAY B Tn some out a splendid High Arm Sewing Machine or a Handsome Gold Watch jfeTA BSOLUTELY FltBE mil and TYPOGRAPHICAL APPEARANCE STAFF OF CONTRIBUTORS arc some of the best known writers of BSfRend the following club rates and stories for the young such as scud in your subscriptions at once John De Morgan Haxkij Guken HnitALD and 01 Of Haruie Irvino 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democratic basis is the United States of America which contains 8200000 square miles being almost equal in extent to Europe which has fifty nine kingdoms empires prin Â¬ cipalities and republics WELL PAID LITERATI New York Family Story Paper PROSPECTUS FOR 1891 As in the past year so in the coming one Tin New York Family Story Paper will strive to maintain its lead over all its competitors in CIRCULATION EXCELLENCE OF ITS STORIES SKETCHES PO EMS ETC ARTISTIC EF- Â¬ FECT OF ITS ILLUS TRATIONSAND EX- Â¬ QUISITE TYPO- Â¬ GRAPHICAL APPEAR- Â¬ ANCE STAFF OF CONTRIBUTORS Its well known and most popular thors such as au- Â¬ The only Protection that will effect- Â¬ ually protect all people all classes all labor and all interests is that styled Self Protection acquired only from a truthful knowledge of ways ami means legal and illegal just and un- Â¬ just by which the burdens of govern- Â¬ ment profits of labor and industry are so unequally divided That knowledge is power and ignor anco 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 Avealth is taken hence it is that of the ten thousand newspapers printed in the United States less than ten are absolutely free and independent of the power or control of some class party or monopoly whoso interest it is to keep the great mass of people in iguorauce of their methods The Cincinnati Weekly Enquirer is one of the few if not the only one absolutely free from such influences It is the most honest thorough able teacher and exponent of truthful knowledge of reliable data free from Emma Garrison Jones Charlotte M Kingsley partisan bias fair frank and explicit Mary Kyle Dallas to such degree that one cannot but fed E Burke Collins Charlotte M Stanley edified and capable of forming correct 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gnil ruiiofllbtf l i rll r lulrurlloiiulll cik ludulrlouil KoMir ern ThrM IIiiiumikI UorurniH n lrir In tlirlrmwilomlliiriM In rrrillicyllve nill amoiinl lln tlluitloji or i niilj mi in v t fu m that M nioiir fur m iinltta tu i rtilul ai abuvo latlly anil quItklX rami I ilt tlm but vita nurkrr Irum rath illntlil orcouniyhave alrtajy Uuylit ami irovklwl with nililiifrl a numtif r who are maklna uer 300l a irareacli It a A AJIrr VJ C lrllculara ilox XtiO Auuiutu Mulue YI A Tl lm ml ml M - JiJl AUi IJ ril ii your head Cutting Oil DInoiiMlon Harbor Yon aro getting quito bald sir Cant I recommend something1 for D refurnished and tho lubli ln nil plied with the host in tho market Hates TYRY HOODS lyiittuiiuuiu anninin room ottaohed and uiic WHOLESALE clnl rates to commercial men Patronaire Is NOTIONS HOOT SIIOKSG resnucuituy solicited aniy fe0ly CATJKTTSIrKG KY MRS LOU DAY Proprietress This hoiiKu has been recently refitted mid TT MAUPIN ic H CAKPENTEE KTM It It Pimllilr Raw sugars nro on the free list Jto lined sugars pny n tax of half a cent not for revenue but as a bonus to the re- Â¬ finers Recently Spreekles and ITavenieyer entered Into a trust or combination to divide the country between them This combination worked very well and tho trust was enabled to exact the full bonus of half a cent a pound Now it appears that some of the whole sale dealers have- made an arrangement to import German beet sugar at lower prices than tho trust has yet named and the trust is troubled So it appears that competition is tho only power that can possibly restrain Hun This Wo offer Ono Hundred Dollars reward for any case of catarrh that cannot bo cured by taking Halls Catarrh Cure Ashland Park Stallions for 1891 BERMUDA four-year-ol- F J CHENEY CO Props the trusts thing to have foreign smash the Sugar Trust why competition not give tho same medicine to the Steel Kail trust to the Starch Trust and to half a hundred other trusts growing fat by consuming the substance of the peo ple protected by tho tarifl Courier is a good Â¬ If it Journal f Through tliu Wojiry 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 the cflicient blood depurent Jlostetters Stomach Bitters affords tho rheumatic a reliable means of relief Check the malady in its incipi Â¬ ent stages when the first premonitory twinges come on with this agreeable medicine and avoid years of torture Whatever bgjlie rationale of the active intluence 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 reme- Â¬ dies however it deserves a protracted systematic trial and should not be FOR DYSPEPSIA abandoned because not at once remedial Une llrownd Iron Hitters Physicians recommend it It is equally efficacious in dyspepsia inAll dealers keep it SI 00 jwr bottle Genuine digestion and kindred diseases d red lines on wrapper hastrmle nmrkmulrro Â¬ Toledo Ohio Yearling exhibition 239 5105 2 03 22 VA We tho undersigned havo known F record 22l4 record 222 J Cheney for tho last 15 years and bo third heat Out of tho dam of Mack Cloud 217 his Trial Oct 0 1880 223 2204 fourth heat siro out of tho dnm of Wilson 210 lievc him perfectly honorablo in all busi Â¬ trial 217 Dlaek horse 15 hands 3 inches high foal Hay horse 15 hands ness transactions and financially ablo to Hay borso foaled March 31 1884 Bred at cd June 15 1SS3 Bred at Ashland Park 3 inches high foal carry out any obligations made by their Ashland Park Sired by BANKER 41 11 ed May 3 1878 The firm sire of Lvsander Own brother to Lysauder Sired by ABDALLAH WEST 2583 handsomest son of Uov 220W Watt 224 William Kearney Wjmt TitUAX Wholesale Druggists Sire of Wilkin 227 his great sire and Lvsander Chief 1G4G 250 Toledo Ohio First dam Pattic Patchen trial 238 grandam the handsomest of First dam tho dam of Maok Cloud 217X 220 by Mnmbriuo WALDisti Kinnan Marvin Whole- Â¬ or Chestnut Wilkes dams of Guy Wilkes any trotting bred by Pilot Walker pacer Patchen sire of the sale Druggists Toledo Ohio horse in the United 215K Astral 218 Rosa Wilkes218K El Second dam tho Cluke pacing mnro Halls Catarrh Cure is taken internal- Â¬ rira218M Cleora 218 Hour 217 and States 29 others in the 230 list Notk Abdullah West 2583 by Allfe ly acting directly upon tho blood and Second dam Mandy by Stanhopes Mood Sired by George Wilkes 222 West 1st dam Miss Coons dam of Wilson Â¬ mucous surfaces of tho system TestiHawk fdrc of dam of Almont 227M and 210J by Clark Chief 2d dam Ohio by Aloy Wilkes 22G3 monials sent frco Price 75c per bottle Guv Wilkes American Clay 3d dam brought from Ohio Third dam Pattic by Dowmngs Vermont Sire of Harry Wilkes 213 to by Dellfoun 215K Mike Wilkes pacer 216itf Wil and representedWestbo diedDrowna years old Sold by all druccists al7m sire of the dam of Euiimii 221 Mnmbriuo at six son 2104 So So 217M Wilcox pacer der Abdullah Jlruco 240M sire of Kit Curry 218 Vfc Dell Wilton 219i He was tho most promising colt ever bred 213K RoMiWilkes2lS A Man Killed In 1lko County Wilson 225 Gills Vermont sire of Hon Joe Hunker 219V Flora Wilkes pacer West Cloud is a rich mahogany bay 15 ner Hoy 223 and sire of the dams of Abel A Catlettsburg special says John C 2 1K Tom ltogcrs 220 etc Nelly L hands 2 inches with black niano nml tall 224K Col Dradshaw 220 Frances was shot and killed April 26 at 223K Gambetta 220 The King 229K and black legs extendinc above knees and hocks He is ii powerfully built horse for Outlaw 229K Pearl 230 the mouth of Peter creek Pike county First dam Sally Hamlet winner of Fourth dam Jesse by Thomas Jeflcrson Hamlet Stakes in 1S75 by Hamlet his height and has the most finished set of by Johnathan Wolford a merchant of He is a beautiful black with right hind A V Pantlind feet and legs its posslblo to get on a horse sire of Lorctta F 218 that place Tho difficulty was brought ankle white stands 15 hands high and is 220K Truro pacer 222 he gavo Lady M 223 of any breed Ah a Leontinc 223K Hrooksido Flora 229 ami evidence of being possessed of remarkable by Frank Phillips who a few years a perfect horse all over having both bone on and substance combined with the form and the dams of Tliomlcss 218K Cyclono speed as with little handling he trotted a ago figured in the Hatfield McCoy trou- Â¬ finish characteristic of the cross he so well 223 14 Grnnbv22oJ Graceful 225 and half inilu in 118 1 5 ami miles in his work in 249H At three years old he was not bles in that county Phillips got into a represents viz Hamblotoniaii sire and Main Hamletta 229 trained owing to a very severe brino Patchen dam This cross stands as tho of quarrel with Wolford and Frances a very best because public performances havo Second dam Sal dam of Coarser 226 Cap- pink eje He also done no workattackthe on As a tain Clay Driftwood and grandam of Mar track as a friend of the former drew his pistol and demonstrated its valuo Of its many reprelowe pacer 215 Ity Canada Chief sire ho was jogged and trained lightly more for the superior attempted to shoot Wolford but the sentatives not one is demonstrated of Hermit the same of dams of Governor 230 and Joe Hook thr purpose of ascertaining if he was entire Â¬ da for not one has latter was too quick for him and sent a ability to train on from year to year begin ly recovered than with a view of testing his etc er sire of Maud Macey 217 In a few months he trotted a full speed Wol- ning in the yearling form none are better ball crashing through his brain Third dam the dam of Sofe that produced mile in 238 and half in 115 This season bred or better looking ford acted in self defense and made no Asa sire he is of course untried his first Hlaiichc 2254 by imp Yorkshire sire 1890 he served a few mares of my own and of dam of Ashland Chief siro of Mack was not put to work until September and oolts being foaled in 1889 now yearlings attempt to evade arrest Cloud 217K- his improvement was most remarkable Ho Judged at this age no stallion ever sired more uniform natural gaited colts with speed repeatedly trotted halves in I am To Nervous Dttbllitntctl Men Fourth dam by Woodpecker thoroughbred fully convinced he will with n 110 nnd train unprecedented seasons you will send us your address we season of 1801 at He will stand for mares If ing trot in 220 1 will lot him servo 20 mares 200 TO INSURE the sire of Prince 227K ten miles in 2808 season of 1891 outside of ten of my own at 100 at the will mail you our illustrated pamphlet money to bo paid as follows The fee of Favette Wilkes is within the SOO THE the and explaining all about Dr Dyes Celebra- Â¬ time of service foal tho other 100 when out reach of all ami lower than that of any of service orSEA80N money due at time Heing limited to 30 before removal of marc Tho marc proves in ted Electro Voltaic Belt and Appliances side mares parties wishing to breed to him horse of equal merit in Kentucky usual return privilege is given to return mare in 1892 should alio not get in foal SEASON SIOO and their charming effects upon tho ner- Â¬ had better book their marcs early vous debilitated system and how they Mares bred by tho season not proving in foal have the usual privilege of return I breed sound highly finished trotters and have will quickly restore you to vigor and 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 nt prices based on actual indivfdunl merit For further information see I manhood health Pamphlet free If catalogues which can be hnd on application Mares kept nt regular rates n Ji TDEAPV ASlllailU lulKj LOXlnKlOlii IvVi Ui IHlAuTi AotiUnrt you are thus afflicted wo will send you Belt and Appliances on a trial Official Directory of Wolfe County Voltaic Belt Co Marshall Mich two-ycnr-ol- 5874 FAYETTE WILKES WEST CLOUD d five-year-o- Â¬ KUaLea Â¬ two-year-o- two-year-o- Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ four-year-o- ld five-year-o- Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ p j mo Cost of Printing tho Now Constitution IN EFFECT JANUARY 4th 1891 The Constitutional Convention adopt Â¬ ed a resolution providing that the print- Â¬ THE ing of the new constitution should be let to the lowest bidder This was a violation of the law but when the bids OLD KENTUCKY ROUTE were all in the contract was made with one of the highest bidders the bids ranging from 3200 up to 5000 The Newport News Mississippi Valley Co CE D 3200 bid included the paper press work folding and stitching This bid was from one of the best publishing WASHINGTON PHILADELPHIA houses in Kentucky The contract was given to the Courier Journal job printing BALTIMORE NEW YORK company at 5000 and the State pur- Â¬ THE SEA SHORE chased the paper in addition at a cost OLD POINT of 1728 The paper is the cheapest And all Eastern Cities quality of news manufactured which is catalogued at 3J cents per pound and was sold to the Stale at 5 cents per pound Tho Direct Line to The difference between the contract price LOUISVILLE and the lowest bid is only 3528 loss to LEXINGTON AT THIS OFFICE nmm Gffi- CIRCUIT COURT II C Lilly Judge Meets second Mon January and July P Marrs Coiiinionweiilths Attorney J Jf Vaughn Trustee of Jury Fund W V Elkins Clerk of Circuit and Com mon Pleas Court J V Vansant Deputy Clerk day in 1 Â¬ NOTEHEADS LETTERHEADS BILLHEADS STATEMENTS SALE BILLS MINUTES Any and everything at the lowest prices can he earned at ourNKM llneofwrrk raillly end bnnoraulr by thoe of ellhrr eeiyounffor old and In thrlr own lorlltinwlif trrer they live Any one on do the work Eaartoliarn We furnth everything We start you No riak 1 ou can dtrote your aparfi moments or all your time to the notk Thli la an entirely new ltadanl brlnara onderful aurcen to every woiker Urirlnnrrc are earning from 8i lo f JO perwrek and upwanli and more antra little einerlrnce Wecau furnhh you the rni ploymeiit and teach you MIFr No apace to e plain here Full Jnfunnatlou VUIK MlCUK fc CO AIUISTA MAlMt Â¬ COMMON PLEAS COURT S II Patrick Judge Moctfl 2nd Monday in Fehrtuiry mid AugiiHt A T CombH Master CommibHioncr COUNTY COURT S M Tutt Judge Meet 1st Monday in each mouth Quarterly Court Tuesday after lnt Monday in March June September and OO00tt90tt9m444ft MONEY December Joseph C Lykins County Attorney Court Clerk James I Jlollon C C Hanks Sheriff T F Stumper Jailer H N Horton School Superintendent J F Pelfrey Corener W O G the State Frankfort Argus Consumption Cured ST LOUIS KANSAS CITY An old physician retired from prac- Â¬ tice having had placed in his hands by an East India missionary the formula of a simple vegetable remedy for the speedy and permanent cure of Consumption Bronchitis Catarrh Asthma and all Throat and Lung Affections also a posi- Â¬ tive and radical cure for Nervous Debil- Â¬ ity and all Nervous Complaints after having tested its wonderful curative pow Â¬ ers in thousands of cases has felt it his duty to make it known to his suffering follows Actuated by this motive and a desire to relievo human suffering I will send free of charge to all who desire it this recipe in German French or EngÂ¬ lish with full directions for preparing and using Sent by mail by addressing with stamp naming this paper W A Noyes 820 Powers Block Rochester Jyl N Y CHATTANOOGA And all Points West and Northwest and manufactur the United States atILLUSTRATIONS 10000 ers prices catalogue MEMPHIS all line8 represented on application mailed free CHICAGO GENERAL SUPrLY CO No 178 West Van Buren St CHICAGO ILL DO YOU WANT TO SAVE FROM 25 to 50 CENTS ON EVERY District No 1 S P Murphy Wednesday DOLLAR YOU SPEND 1 so aviuth after 2nd Monday in March June Septem for ouk Illustjutkd Catalociue ber and December A It Landrum Iriday 3rd Monday containing illustrations ank pricks afterand Decemberin March June Septem op everything manufactured in ber 8 Â¬ II Lacy Surveyor JUSTICES OF THE PEACE W Crewcy AnsefcBor This combined young stallion will make the season of 1801 at our stables in Hazel Green Ky nnd will servo mares at TEN DOLLAltS 10 TO INSUItE A LIVING COLT money due when the mnro foals with n lieu on the colt until tho money is paid or if tho mnro is parted with nr bred to another horse thq money is then due DKSCItlPTICN AND IKDICUtKK ieoeoAt49mem GOLD DUST Â¬ Â¬ South and Southwest Address District No 2 A FJohnson Thursday after 2nd Monday in March June Septem ber and December J II Vest Saturday after 3rd Monday in March June September nnd Dcsember Â¬ EAST BOUND Fast Fast Ml Acconi Daily Express Daily Daily ex Sun ex Sun am i 0 10pm 11 40 am 5 25pm i G 55pm 12 45pm G 85pm 7 20pm 1 25pm 7 30pm i 9 03pm 3 35pm 10 15pm 10 30pm 5 85pm M 10 13pm 5 50pm Ar 11 07pm 0 25pm 2 District No 3 W 11 Duff Friday after 2nd Monday in March June September and December L M Drown lib Monday in March June September and December District No Â¬ GOLD DUST is 0 years old the 28th day of May 1811 10 hands high a beautiful chestnut with star nud white hind feet beautiful niniie and tail His power stylo nud action are unsurpassed Ho was sired by Senator lilaekburn ho by Dillard Dud ley ho by John Dillard the grandslro of Phil Thompson record 210 Eric McCloud and Nick with records better than 225 His dam wiu sired by the Phillips horse the sire of Ditto Jeans lie by Gen Taylor Ac Also at the same stables will bo found tho elegantly bred young trotting stallion Â¬ Louisville Lexington Winchester Mt Sterling Olive Hill Aslilnml Le 35pm 7 45 W J En 2 S r P It Lcgg Saturday after 2nd Monday in March June September and December Isaiah Spencer Tuesday who will sorvo a limited number of ar after 4th Monday in March June Septem marcs at 10 TO INSUItE A LIVIN ber and December on tho same tonus as above Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ ttm94 Post Boy Jr f Cnttlcttsburg Huntington WKST HOUND x V32 r nOoTSu CO 3rn aa O - - w Charleston Huntington Cnttlcttsburg Ashland Olive Hill Mt Sterling Winchester Lexington Louisville Lc 1121am 1 1 1 10pm 29pm 10pm 2 I 58pm 32pm 5 12pm 11 Ar 5 15pm 12 40pm 8 10 nm Ar 0 15pml J 50pm 12 15pm 50 am 00 am 25 am IIMIMI 35 am IMII 47 am S 45 am 52 am G 25 nm 45 am 7 15 ii m 5 11l -- d s o rtJD y t t g a p tl ftn2aS5ffl a 5 5 i3u to s H w CW aW Munlorur Airostotl John Stophens murdered Gus Eisberg in cold blood Thursday April 2 in Bot- Â¬ etourt county Va He fled to this county and Btopped with his father on Clay Lick for a few days and becoming frightened went to Estill county where ho had relatives S L Heck sheriff of Botetourt county came hero last week and offered a reward for Stevens of 100 Ho had already been arrested by the Irvino authorities and was brought hero Friday Saturday night Heck took him to Virginia to stand trial for his crimo Stevens fa also wanted in this county for arson Last November ho and one Win Spoars burned the residence of Nowton Landthrow on Clay Lick whom they had a grudgo against Spears was ar- Â¬ rested somotimo ago by Capt Pat Punch and is in jail here awaiting trial Mt Sterling Gazette April 29 Limited Vkbtiihtlkd Expkks runs daily and lias Vestlbuled Pullman Dtiflct Sleepers between Louisville Lexington Washington New York and Old Point Comfort This train is nuulc part of the celebrated Distiict No 5 Preston Ilollon 3rd Mon DKHOmrTION and Pediorkb day in March June September and December David Hanks Friday after 1st Monday POST DOY JIL was sired by Post Doy in March June September and December record 213 ho by Magic siro of Clcmmlo G 215 Alice Stoner 22 1 Mystery 220 District No 0 S S Hose Tuesday after dam Mollio Emory by Strath 3rd Monday in March Juno September nnd more siro of Santa Clanssired 217 Tucker M K Ollair Saturday after December 210 Cricket 210 Adonis 2115 Slml 1st Monday in March June September nnd colon 2 10 Sister V 218 4 Hummer 210 December Charles- Derby 220 Faustina 220 Don nie and Dlazebcrry 221 District No 7 Kilns Shockey Wednes a Wilmoro222M In tho 280 list POST number of others day after 3rd Monday in March Juno Sep DOY Jit is a beautiful chestnut with no tember nud December 11 J Koso 2nd marks 0 years old May 16th 1601 15 handa Monday in March June September and De 3 inches high and gives promise of being cember heard from in tho future among trottors District No 8 J M Ilurton Thursday Any ouo who is familiar with Siunors Post after 3rd Monday in March Juno Septem Doy will readily recognize Post Doy Jr And last but not least will bo found at ber and December W I Vimeleave Tues day after 2nd Monday In March June Sep- the samo stables tho well known and highly appreciated jack tember and December ic 5 - Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ F F V Â¬ O route East of Huntington on the C Fast Mail Trains run daily except Sun day between Lexington and Huntington Make direct connections at Huntington with C 0 At Ashland with S V Ity At Winchester with K C R It north nml south bound and nt Lexington with L T P Railroads N L S and C N O Â¬ OAMPTON POLICE COURT Dr J II Stamper Judge Court third Monday in each month J P Hall Marshal QeoomoMH I John Morgan mm HAZEL GREEN Lkxinoton and Olivb Hill Accomodation daily except Sunday Connects at Winchester to and from K C points and at Lexington with L S It R for Louisville For fall information in regard to Hates Routes etc apply to any Agent of this or connecting lines or to I S Oodscy Judge Court Friday after A LIVJNG COLT on 3rd Monday in March Juno September and described This Jack December J W Howerton Marshal good breeder fuAll care will be cidents but wo will LEE CITY POLICE COURT POLICE COURT who will servo marcs at frfr0ooomMtmMm 10 TO INSUItE same terms an above hits no superior m ft aVBBHaf rt Thore is no record Clay Itoso Marshal of who is Police Judge nor when court in held work for ui by Anna 1ac Autlln Teaa and J no Ilonn Toledo Ohio Heetut OlIitraaradolnfM waH Why a not your Home earn our iranth You rindd the work and live home whtrarer rail are Kren lie- at Vlaneri ar eatlly earning frotaflte tlUadey Allan Wa ahow yoei bo w id atail you Can work In apart ll or all the lima Hhjr money for work Â¬ er failure unknown amonf tfem N KW and wnndeiftil far tiewleta free MtfW JtwrtluiiMMMla should thoy occur taken to prevent ae not be responsible J T fc F DAY WT J SEITZ VV WITH nnnr little forlaneahtralieenrnadett Old Papers FOR SALE AT THIS OFFICE for 10c for 15c for Soc WS Dont watt until they are all tone but como and get them now 25 60 100 iwf -- II E Huntington V P O and G M W S L Brown G KY P A LKXINOTON G W G A Barney Lexington Ky G A Harrison Ahland Ky 1M1W ASHLAND Thos Henderson WHOLESALE KY Son WB TjrJE llHallcttt ii HEH CMx j IIazel Green Herald fePJENOER COOPER Editor HAZEL GREEN KY May 8 1891 ITkidAy Tho May 13 both cnmo on Hint clay Mag Â¬ oxcitcmcnt ran high in the race for istrate and but for the Sheriff and a number of citizens interfering thero would have been bloodshed on account Jnmca of an old grudgo and whisky M fintlln nntl John L FniictL woro elected in this precinct both of whom In tho fall All who desire to make brandy In time for Agricultural Implements of 1891 will have to give bond Hardware Queensware Tinware Collector said bond to bo approved by the immii Tuiplb Harrows office before lie cau start and notified from Plows best nmdc Evans Wiiitelky8 Solid Steel Binderh and person starting before Vulcan Chillkd his distillery Any SONS WftW B P AVKllY being notified of approval of bond win Cos Stem and Granger Sulky Ball Mitciibll havo his Htills and branny scizcu arc good men Hay Hakes KVAIORATORH t iii i t ptiininii the first Monday In Imwwved Malta Doublk Snovrx piT Tho i 9fi Tvdin McClain nni Aril to take all bonds of brandy distillers Havens Pioneer Cane mills Beverly July prepared to make bond deceased was the wifo of Uncle OuvEitOniLLand South Bend Plow Fib i Bros CuLniinATnii Wagons Come agon B C NEAL a largo iamiiy 01 Sho leaven McClain U S Standard 5 1on 110 with a written guar- New Climax akd Tionii Iovfs Deputy Collector mourn Mny8 2t children and a host of friends to Scales price nntee for 5 years her death Evans 2 iioitsi Corn Planters Kentucky Mountain Hoy May 4 rnnu Ml Heath Stoves of any bouse in Eastern NOTICE MtTCUWLJL DEALER IN lat ClumStiger li StoSdSs Mnytowii MImIIoh THE WINCHESTER BANK WINCHESTER N EASTERN KENTUCKY k Corn is coming up nicely this spring xinn lm annmu timO llV tllC KY birds TllO of the Otisons Frmcr llomo Journal Saying and M hurt tho beautiful birds for they aro tho in Our Neighboring Counties farmers best friend Well we cannot An II WITIIEUSPOON President 11 V UUlMEtll vlinun a Specaty cutlery Shear and BuHders Hardware jum East side S Moysvillo Street Ilnnnl nnd Soon by Horalil Corrosion doutM nmt Hnntlly Written up for Our Army of Itontlors MORGAN Un lllnokwiitor Hubble Mrs Valentino Pieratt baa been very sick with grip Mrs Phcobo Yocum was visiting Mrs Pieratt last week Shelby Cannoy of Mnriba was hero last weok on business Dr John Tnulbeo bought a fine mare of Tom Cox last week for 110 Lewis Henry and wife of Canoy were visiting relatives hero last week Phoobo Cox has been low with fover but is much better at this writing Tho prospect for plenty of fruit c is good if caterpillars dont devour it Grass was nover hotter hero for the time of year and stock is looking well Jaspor Ingrams children are reported bettor after a severe illness of some two weeks it t1int wnv Tlio tariff is another friend of ours much talked of and com- Â¬ ItB mended to us by manufacturers All tho dif- Â¬ pull Dick pull Devil ference I know of is tho birds pull tho pnrn iiftcr its planted nnd tho tariff pulls it before we can got it into tho Paid up Capital 20000000 Surplus 6000000 mer PABBY MFG CO INDIANrwiii Â¬ This Bunk solicits the accounts of men chants farmers traders nnd business Generally throughout Eastern iweiuucKj every facility anil nnd offers111 its customers lillltt tllfl llllllftlfH l wiwuu the most itucrai lunua oct8ly Price legitimate banking No 11 1 lj00 at ngojy crib Mt Sterling National Bank Tho election for tho Fourth Magiste- Â¬ rial district passed off Saturday very qui- Â¬ etly Four candidates in the field Of course two got left nnd some people are flSumiHafinil MT STERLING KY WnilHK tho J P WHS not Camtal 100000 near enough my houso first class men Williams Rev W iilulit subiect Building of Solo - Mountain business is respectfully solicited mons Temple Wo never licara tno suu- rtith the assurance that we will treat every customer fairly ject handled better Wo met Blurt at the election out Â¬ ho was busy all day selling jewelry particularly a collar button with n mirror J LEWIS APPERSON President H R FRENCH Cashier D Lockhart preached for us Wo elected two Wm C Hill and Holly Surplus 16550 Strictly First Class Warranted Growth Hickory ii Stcol Axles and Tiros pcrfcctly Balanced Scat Arm Spring All Over tWhWl3anat THBM FOR IT YOU CANT HMD liv 3M a w 7AZ MERCHAMT8 Iltent WBIIEW Traders Deposit TIlBMAPHyinCTAIff CORNER THIHU HWll rrin - - KY CATALOGUE FREE Pttnched rf as May 4 Straight Kentucky Tho clicking of tho corn planter W W THOMSON Cashier last week indicates that plenty of corn c WOLFE COUNTY CONVENTION Wines Brandies will bo raised hero DIRECTORS UnlogntuH Appointed to tho Louisvlllo OLD WHISKY A SPECIALTY Andrew Feslbb Wm Miles has iust received his vou G L Kiukpatriok to answer FINE CIGARS AND TOBACCO Convuntlon Democratic Is a question hard J T Highland cher for a ponsion and will get tho Dk R Q Drake Pursuant to a call of the Chairman of W T Tyiku Old J I Read cash in a few days But as to who is selling the Acents for Taylor Pugh Old Pepper Old Democratic County committeo the tho in Hazel Green Tarr and Old cheapest goods It seems tho railroad question is silent Democrats of Wolfe county met in con- Â¬ NEW procrastination is tho as now and is easily told US MEYER vention at the Court House in tho town WITH thief of time wo should all bo up and of Campion on Saturday May 2 1891 doing The Herald has made a strong CO nt 2 oclock p M The convention was C MT STERLING KY effort to make the people realize tno ben- Â¬ called to order by County Chairman J wo efits of a railroad and as a people O JOUUERS IN O A permanent organization Cnnltnl C Lykiiw should look well to our own interests are closing out If Low Prices w u iuizu resulted in tho election ot Surplus S4Uyuuv Implements Wo need such facilities to develop our and A F Byrd secretary are what you want we have Hardware Agricultural chairman country to undermine our lofty jnoun CIIA8 M Grudhs U Also tho appointment by the Chair of a Wm Mitchell FOSTER STOVE CO Cashier got them tainB and Unearth tho hidden treasures President somposed of Committee on Resolutions MAIoos that Ho dormant With tho iron horse A C Byrd J B Hollon H W Horton fc M0 ERS largest capital and surplus and indiThe CSTOdaRD AND ACME tooting through our valleys wo havo at A F John vidual deposits than any bank in this sec H F Pieratt J A Taulbee DOORS AND AS1I A SPECIALTY our command timbor coal iron ore tiou of tho State nn J C Lvkins and S P Howe 111 rock and many other other things almost NV04112SeoomliSroNOHio Â¬ Said committee made tho following rewould bring vast ANNOUNCEMENTS inoxhaustiblo that Wa am o oiner to sell We port which was adopted wealth in our country Realizing tho Itesolvcd 1 That wo approve of the time 1892 id iiiiiiiii have got prices to suit hard nficd of railroads wo would not hesitate ordered for the convention oi the uemocra times All we ask is to give to voto a tax or subscribo tho amount cy of Kentucky to nominate candidates for AUAJUJiimx us a call asked for Wo would then have a mar the various State offices ami recognize mu homo production and our sterling integrity and active energy of the WANTED I kot for all CO PIERATT H F HJormal and Preparatory School goods would be cheaper Lot tho good Chairman of the State Central committee 9 That we reiterate now ns in times past Hew andLiheral Terms thinking men awako to their duty Let to and honest P S All outstanding notes FIRST TERM BEGINS talk together and asido our unswerving allegiance tho Magistrates -advocacy of tho great and lunuameniui and accounts must be settled MONDAY SEPTEMBER 7 1891 Address A J COLE Gen- - ij from projudico reason togetner tor goou principles teachings and tenets of the Dem- pay cost eral Agent BarDourvme ivy ui f at once or you will and never let another golden opportu- Â¬ ocratic party believing mat civu nuervy Rates of Tuition per Month JOHN O OGDEN Nurseryman j I CO P 71V i c 13f3m t av nity pass them by So hoping ero tho social rights pure government and sate niiiiininuL TTv floh the herltnuu dear to true Amer autumnal showers of 92 fall wo can near t pavaiiii niifilmlf on entering School J T- - F- - CAJiJi jeweler echo from hill to hill and tho icans has an abiding place only in the the other at middle of term tho caliopo EZEL KY J R Sharp Rruce Trimble TG Denton country bo dotted with flourishing towns planks of this great party whose trusts have sa pledges are FREE SCHOLARSHIPS pond and manufactories with best wishes for nnvr boon violated whose lion- DEHTON oi- n rat niul Hi A nv NIlllIUIO IURII t mm SHARP TRIMBLE whose strength has been the life courses in tne all well wishers of tho cred and The Herald and ors on the completion of their a free scholar- ot our union of States ami remains mo nut Academy shall be entitled to MT STERLING KY railroad I desist A free wark of f rcomen ship cacti in Kentucky Unlversly awarded iw a mlmtiv u Ullin Sucker KenHave now a complete line of May 4 is 3 That in behalf of Southeastern followuig B oiV pftll fromeach of tlve tucky we present our humble claim for a Clothing Hats Boots Shoes counties viz IlrealiitL Clay hi- West Uberty Wlp lUtrUmtion of honorable office ami pre mountain Mr JfwAnh Lnno and Misa Sudio Henry Â¬ and Gents Furnishing Goods sent Judge G B Swango to the State Con Leslie Letcher Lawrence Martin Pike Pow of were married last Saturday Rev Johns vention as a candidate for Register of the Menelee Morgan Owsley Perry u We solicit an inspection MiffA m iiJi fa and Wan provided such arrange el Adama officiating Land Office and in him we Ma countrymen ments have been made for the competitive our goods and guarantee pri of our town boys aro laying up rceogniio a man ot sterling integrity capa examination bj the common school author Several w j i jz3r ra irv political us UIU 01 tho nickels preparatory to going to Mt ii Mill mint ii- man who in every serving itics or with tneir consent school grades to ces satisfactory and articles as of commnii each student true and whether trust has been Sterling to see Robinsons show scholarship and the appli recommended has been alert compete for the from has nearly completed an county State or Government therefor shall bear a certificate high cant S W Cecil he has obtained the active and upright examiner that addition to his dwelling and oxpects to honorable A 11 Lamlrum Bpencvruupoi the mark attained upon the examination in IDINGFELDER est 4 That onvrt tho entire building into u hotel J A Taulbee J II Pieratt W O Mixe J his county Watches Clocks Jewelry James H Colo our genial hotel man C Lyklm G T Center U U iianai u We aro arranging to build a Dormitory CO with him to M ROBINSON says onough drummers stop W Drake J B Hollon A P Byrd Jeff that will accommodate GO boaruers ami m TSALATIY f25 PER WEEK by the opening drum tho merchants to death His houso Bush Juduo S SI Tutt J W Congleton have it ready for occupancy tmv more trou Good Agents to bell our will not be noriu of school Therehigh board Importers oud Jobbers of the cost of Wanted link of merchandise No seomB to bo a gonoral resort for tho trav Silas II Rose Ellas Shockoy tt too General AnnvR HVIUY WILL BE are hereby appointed bio about bo the lowest possible and T C Johnson hnnrd will eling men w I mmivn KWUUIiiUi Wolfe COUIlty FOB FUtt We will be prepared to do better wore PAID TO AGENTS LIVE Tjwt Saturday was tho day for tho ll na in mint tho VOtO Of AND NOTIONS I DRY GOODS convention to nominate a State next session than ever ooiore wuni ADDRESS THRU INFORMATION waa as In the State Â¬ scliooi win u Hupinicu election of Magistrates and thero CHICAGO GENERAL SUPPLY CO Democratic ticket on May 13 and are in- summer the crowd in town as is generally seen structed to uso nil honorablo means to se mans charts globesa etc etc bcIiooI In the largo a 178 W Van Huren St Chicago III better Ybu cannot find Nos 537 539 nntl 541 ore low at tho regular election of county officers cure the nomination of Judge GB Swango mountains of Kentucky Our rates wo keep JOHN II BOSK of Weat Main Street Thero wero sevoral candidates but James for the office ot Register of the Land Office our methods the teaching Normal Our pu- - II K TYLKR tido of education ubrcost with GRKKN llKUALD Olid K Tlnt Ihfi IlAZRI Cottlo and John L Fugato woro tho vic n LOUISVILLE KY pils are our uesi auvcrnociuuii mon now occupy all Democratic papers of the State are re tors Thoy aro good yilael Green Is tho prottiest town in East proceedings IIA7KI 0RFKN KY J CLARKE ing honorablo and responsible positions quested to publish theso from many of ills ot adjourned crn Kentucky free those ot more pop na WITH On motion the convention Thoro was a knock down or two but no railway towns and temptation Sec A F Byrd tion no saloons or harbors of Tangle foot took sine die one seriously hurt Sievers Carson Hardware Co The people welcome strangers and jntlu W O Mize Chmn around them advantage of tho weakness of a fow and ences for good are thrown the supervision 637 West Main Street conspicuous boarders will be under Alt made himself quito AKD being mid bf John R Send for catalogues etc taueoUO iTtirti teachers aoodwInTriyNYnH work fur u KJr of the Elite May 4 WM H CORD lYum President What has become of On tho Wing If ho has gone West please send him The Herald ninety days and charge to J BAJxrxi MT STERLING KY O- - R S STEADER SOW Co Who Killed Successors to 74 E J A Lail Main Street LEXINGTON KY Wingless M BIGSTAFBI President G L KIltKPATRICK Vice Wholesale Dealers in Whiskies SM31Ea PIERATT 3 IASMEKS BANK S260000 HF G W M KEKli We Want tn m HAZEL GREEN moi 1 rii 100 150 and 200 v i w auiuaunTr0 ti Â¬ n v - Â¬ ffgS t J i Â¬ TYLER ROSE Â¬ cil and city as the election of Magistrates finnolut delegates to nUnfMi rn - I -UlfJ WHIXMconvention at ajoiubvuiw Uend the State W- Correnponrtent Toa Rutiirdftv was a bijt day for this liMch youqulckljr Uow from Another toin l OiHB WAGON MAKING 0 1 LOUISVILLE Printed in the otUce in M B ln ki BoA mi nil ll your llmM K jrrJ lK May 8 1891 PRINCIPAL rVKncVLAM itiuimaU onhf to tot y All U nw Orwl UM you fUmUhlnf Lir W Uiratit rASILrHIehlULY yXKK AddronM jud inn nniUTIUP rninimq OF ALL KINDS Wo carry a stock of Iron and Wagon Ma mmntlv ftllll Ncat- - terlalsof all kinds and give Hpeclil ntten ijJonQ nt tliia ofllco tiou to Horse shoeing HOUSE BILLS lph hvlsj iCteir Solid us your fliuirj fClwv i