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SPENCER COOPER Ownor and Editor Hazel Green Herald Of a Noisy World With Nows From All Nations LumbYing at His Back 100 A YEAR Always In Advance SEVENTH YEAH HAZEL GREEN WOLFE COUNTY KY Piitkville has fire FRIDAY MAY 15 1891 A NUMBER 8 NO PAY NO STATE SUNSHINE AND SHADOW organized a volunteer OVER THE WORLD IN WEEK department Tho Russian government has sus Â¬ pended tho expulsion of Jews from MosÂ¬ PAPER Clothiers of Kentucky LEXINGTON KENTUCKY Largest Stock LOW PRICES les mM HIGH GRADES HONEST VALUES When you visit Lexington do not fail to give us a call MAIL ORDERS PROMPTLY ATTENDED TO NEW STORE NEW GOODS Rose Swango Are now receiving a Fresh and Choice Stock ot Fall ing of Winter Goods Â¬ To which they invite the attention of the citizens of Hazel Green and vicinity consist Dry Goods Notions Boots Shoes Clothing Also FARM IMPLEMENTS AND SEEDS OF ALL KINDS and the clothing department is chock full of bargains c Mens All Wool Suits Only 750 83T EVERYTHING GUARANTEED AS REPRESENTED OR MONEY REFUNDED HAZEL GREEN KY UNDERTAKER AND DEALER IN COFFINS CASKETS And Trimmings of All Kinds SUl am prepared to furnish on short notice and at low prices COFFINS OF ALL KINDS AND SIZH8 from tho cheapest to the very finest I can furnish coffins cheaper than you can buy the trimmings Trice of Coffins from 5 up I have a fine hearse and will deliver coffins cheap FURNITURE very lowest prices OF ALL KINDS I REPAIRED J W CRAVEN TO AfTTOTVnQf x J JJ Wli iJO M- J- - Very respectfully Ac iIv arrangements nre such that I can furnish Tombstones or Monuments from any kind of Marble or Granitcjnd at tho Livery Sale Stable HAZEL GREEN KY J H PIERATT o KafDouble and Single Turnouts and Saddle Horses for hire Parties conveyed to any point on reasonable terms o- - will also attend to all calls for auctioneering and solicit business of this kind Rcspectfullv e I JOHN II PIERATT ena bio us to meet our expenses fatally all may renew promptly In and we hop Adolph Nugli was probably ville failed last week Liabilities aro self defense stabbed by Isadoro WcrkampinSt Louis wo must dron from our list all who do G5000 not do so without further notice Greenup has 700 inhabitants and six during n quarrol saloons Tho saloons pay tho town 400 Burglars in tho wako of a circus rob S3T- - YOUR SUBSCRIPTION each for license bedtho Marinette Wisconsin Iron Winchesters street railway system works of 7000 will probably bo oporated by electricity Mrs Jennings living at Springfield EPre 189 Tcnn suicided by taking morphino be Â¬ in the near future Thanking you for past patronage and hoping you will renew wo remain The Watts Steel and Iron companys cause of her husbands dissipation Very rcspecfullv yours Mrs Amos Mohlor aged G5 of Hun Â¬ immense plant at Middlesborough will SPENCER COOPER tington Ind ato a hearty meal and died begin operations July 1 A timher dealer tells tho Muhlenberg in less than twenty minutes from hemorÂ¬ GOV CRITTENDEN Echo that the supply of good timber in rhage Tho clothing of MrsSum1 Drought Fatally 111 at HI Homo at Kaunas City that county is about exhausted Mlniinuii of Loyd Wis caught firo from a brush Pinkville officers aro waging a deter Private dispatches indicate that tho mined war on murderous parties there pile and she was so badly burned that illness of Gov T T Crittenden of Kan abouts who indulge in the practice of she died in a few hours dynamiting fish During tho month of April there sas City Mo is likely to prove fatal Ho was stricken with Editor J W Pomfrey of the Second were issued 31545 pension certificates of day Tuesday ho apoploxy on Mon- Â¬ rallied somewhat but Legislative district in Kenton county all classes Tho averago first payment to his phyeicians think his caso hopoless Ho is a candidate for the Legislature on the each pensioner was 12283 is a native of Clove rport Ky a graduate Republican ticket A E Underwood who haH been on of Center Collego in tho famous class of Christian countys tax rate is thirty trial at Atlanta Ga for tho murder of 1855 with John Young Brown W C P one cents and the Kcntuckian says a Aleck Sayres a month ago was found Breckinridge Boyd Winchester Thomas considerable raise will have to be made guilty without recommendation to mercy M Green and other prominent men of to meet increasing expenses Judge Van Braut in Now York senten Â¬ this state Ho was married in Winches- Â¬ Christian county has about 7000 ced Joseph Barondcs tho labor leader to ter Ky in 1857 to Miss Carrio Jnckson 000 of property and 7130 polls This one year and nine months imprisonment who is a cousin of Mrs Gen Robinson count of polls is 1G0 short of the regis- Â¬ in the State prison fer extorting 100 of Lexington Ho was a gallantsoldier in Marks tered vote for 1890 from Poplin tho Federal army was elected Governor At Laporte Ind Win Tyler S Cur of Missouri in 1878 served four years The Herald says the Middlesborough banks report an unusual stringency in tin and Wesloy Weaver colored confed Â¬ and has sinco made both fame and for the local money market and that busi Â¬ erates of A P Craig the express car rob- Â¬ tuno in his profession ness is seriously retarded in consequence ber were found guilty and sent to prison A llollRiottB Crase Dabney Mosely was bound over at for five year each Tho Lexington Transcript says a sin Â¬ Hopkinsville for burning a barn belong Â¬ Alaric Smith of Crawfordsville gular religious craze has struck tho ing to J S Ragsdall He confessed and Ind found guilty in the Federal court neighborhood of Wiltnore JcssamJno exonerated Jesse Story an alleged ac- Â¬ of sending obscene litaraturc through tho county Its victims if such they aro complice mails was fined 250 and sentenced to to bo called hold a belief something liko five days imprisonment The Union County Wheel recently that of tho Santificationists passed a resolution asking magistrates of They profess to havo becomo santifi Win McClellan an aged farmer re Â¬ the county to make a straight reduction siding near Springfield Ohio was sud- Â¬ ed givo up wordly pursuits and givo of 30 per cent in tho salaries of tho denly stricken with blindness recently away or destroy all trinkots and adorn Â¬ county officials and remained in total darkness for two ments and sometimes valuable proporty days when the spell left him as suddenly One young man is said to havo thrown T M Lillard a wealthy farmer and away his watch and monoy and burned well known throughout Kentucky died as it came Tho National Board of Underwriters his barn containing a crop of tobacco and at his home in Boyle county on the 7th inst aged 76 Ho leaves a wife and held its annual meeting at Now York now spends his time in prayer falling on several grown children Somo seventy delegates wore present his knees before thoso ho may meot on McCracken county Prohibitionists President Heald read his annual address the highway and praying for thorn Chil- Â¬ have nominated E S Thornton for Rep Â¬ The year 1890 had been a highly success- Â¬ dren six to eight years old too young to exercise any independent judgment havo resentative The Standard thoughtfully ful one for fire underwriters becomo infected by contact and example assures tender hearted Democrats that An important deal has just been of their elders and mado unscomly spec Â¬ tho gentleman is accustomed to defeat closed which guarantees St Louis tho tacles of themselves at their public meet Â¬ A difficulty occurred recently at building of a third bridgo across the Mis ings praying shouting relating experi Â¬ Work will Josephine between Charles Redding and sissippi river at that point ences etc Addison in which the latter was commence at onco and tho structure will James Killed mi Italian shot twice and is dead Redding is un- Â¬ be pushed as rapidly as possible Troublo is again brewing between tho der 500 bond to appear at the Circuit By a vote of 82 to 24 tho National Italian laborers employed byE 8 Whit Â¬ court convention of machinists lit Pittsburg de Kentucky tobacco has a great mar- Â¬ cided to refuso admission to colored men ney a contractor on tho Norfolk and ket across tho water Several carloads Canada requested admission and tho as- Â¬ Western railroad in Wayno county of the weed were shipped from Walton sociation was made international to per Â¬ West Virginia and the white laborer on tho wimo work Tho Dagoes aro largely last week consigned to parties in Paris mit tho Canadian machinists to join in the majority and voryovorhcaringand Franco Berlin Prussia and Dublin James Sizemore a marblo quarry insulting For somo weeks they havota Ireland employe and J J Johnson a farmer ken special delight in taunting a wagon Walsh Shumate a freight brake settled an old feud a few miles below driver named Woodward On Tuesday man on the Louisville Southern fell by fighting a duel Woodward turned on his tormentors and Knoxville Tcnn from tho top of n caboose at Lawrence Johnson was shot to death on tho spot killed an unknown Italian A pistol was burg and his left foot was run over by and his murdorer has not been captured the weapon and tho ball took effect in tho wheels necessitating tho amputation Richard Grass an old man who was tho oyo Woodward fled pursued by tho of that member vio- Â¬ Italians Ho Bought refuge with tho civil The valuation of property in Paducah convicted at Charleston W Va of lating the pension laws and of perjury authorities who refused to hold him as is 4891 440 for tho whites and 122 tho killing was considered justifiable Tho 130 for tho negroes a total of 5013570 in his application for a pension was giv Italians are much excited 5 and and an increase of 209703 over 1890 on tho lightest penalty possible Arsenic hi tho CoAuopot There aro 8350 malo citizens over 21 imprisonment a year and a day in each The Bank of Allen County at Scott cow collect HflWo aro compelled to to subscriptions promptly Â¬ Â¬ years of ago of whom 1082 are negroes DEALER IN caso General Merchandise HAZEL GREEN KY ESyCnrrica n complete line of Dress Goods Dry Goods Notions Roots Shoes Staple nml Fancy Groceries Drugs and Patent Medicines to which he invites your attention and which he will sell at tho lowest prices for cash When in search of bargains bo suro and givo him a call and youll save money For Lodges of all kinds printed in tho beat style and at tho lowest rates Just now wo are offering Masonic By Laws a neat little book of 20 pages 4xG inches with a neat cover 100 fgrieaprepaid by mail for only 1000 jKThis book contains By Laws Rules of Order Fu noral Services at tho Grave c c and all reasonablo changes will bo made to suit tho Lodge making tho order Send for copy of tho book and make your order now if you want to save money 8MAW2 - Write Us for Any Kind of Printing You Need Address THE HERALD Hazel Green Ky may bo nothing in signs but faith in them does no harm when it brings comfort along with it Tho George- town Times says Tho locust bloom will bo very heavy this season which iH almost a suro harbinger of a good corn crop Gov Buckner has fixed tho day for tho unveiling of tho monument of Gov L P Blackburn on tho 27th inst Tho unveiling will bo in charge of tho Grand Lodge of Masons which meets in Frank- Â¬ fort under tho management of Master Chas H Fish Judgo William Bccknor and Col Basil Dtiko will deliver tho ad dresses Judge Menzie has called a special term of Chancery court in tho case of R Bcall against Wickliffo heirs from Bath county This Huit first filed fifty four years ago was originally for 50000 worth of land in Bath but addition was filed claiming rents and increased valua- Â¬ tion of property enlarges his claim to 300000 Winchester Democrat Â¬ There A raco riot was narrowly escaped at White Hiftl Ala on tho Western Rail- Â¬ road Drunken colored men entered tho ladies car and were driven from it only at tho point of Winchesters in tho hands of Conductor Gorman and somo plucky passengers Tho ringleaders were arrest ed Tho bone grafting oxperimont tried seventeen weeks ago on Samuol Radii at Mercy Hospital Pittsburg has been a Radiu is nine years comploto success bono of tho dogs leg was graft Â¬ old Tho ed in the boys leg Tho leg was then in Â¬ Tho boy is now cased in plaster parls walk ablo to A mass meeting of Italians was hold in Boston last week for tho purpose of or Â¬ ganizing a society for tho elevation and improvement of tho poor among their countrymen Tho promoters of tho soci- Â¬ ety propose to take 6tcps also to prevent the rag and garbage gathering and organ playing which are principally carried on by Italians in that city Mrs Gcorgo Carter who resides with her husband in Lawrence countyKy ten miles west of Louisa mado a desper Â¬ ate but unsuccessful attempt to poison her entire family with arsenic ono day last week For somo time time tho wo- Â¬ man has been in a very despondent mood and her friends fear sho is insane Sho placed a quantity of arsenic in the coffee pot Aftor tho family had partaken of of tho ovening meal nil becamo violently ill Medical assistance was summoned and tho woman told what sho had done adding that sho wanted to die but did not wish to leavo her husband and two children Ono of tho children is expect to dio If there is such a thing as tho dead be ing cognizant of tho happoniugs of this world how it must worry tho soul of the sturdy and independent old warrior Gen Sherman to know that his children have accepted a purse contributed byfriende1 During ids life the General had a horror of what he used to call pacing around the hat for bin or hie afUr hU i Hazel Green Hebald SPENCER COOPER - - - Editor Tho old nUigo coach had stopped almcmt Jireotly in front of tho gate tho door was opened nnd n young man descending tho stops Ills only bnggago was a Binall hand mchol whloh was sluug bya leathern strap over his shoulder Oil Luke Luko hnvo you comol cried tho pretty girl swinging eoquottishly upon tho gate Tho stage rolled on and by tho timo Luko had reached Lllllos Bldo it was disappearing around n bond in thcrond Yes Lillio did 1 not writo you 1 would be horo this week 5fe but law tho country Is so torn to pieces that I didnt think you would dnro travel ItH growing n littlo dubious but it would requiro extraordinary dangorto keep mo awny His low tender voico earnest look gentle prossuro of tho hand and warm kiss which wrought tho fluBh of crimson to Lillios check told that they woro moro than friends It was but n short disUuico from tho gato to tho houso yet it is wondorful the iimouutof words they managed to exchango as thoy walked to tho front door No notice was taken of Tom who lingered in tho rear an Ethiopian grin on his features Why goodness salccs Luko is that youl asked Mr Noff who had reached tho Wy no door us thoy camo to tho porch un was a lookup fur yo horo Why didnt yo stay back n Ohio whar yo wouldnt a boon right in th Urol I got through nil safo Mr Noff and I think I will bo In no dungor Its boon almost u year siuco I wus hero aud I prom ised to coma Como in and sot down on tho porch Here Lillio tako Lukoa hat When she had taken tho hat of thovisitor and gono into tho house and Mr Ncff aud tho new comor woro seated tho farmer resumed Yes Luko Its been qui to a icotlo spell sinco yo war hero and Im glad yo thought enough o us to como liut Itd n been saforn Ohio yo haint got as much troublo thnr oz wovo got horo No sir I think not Though thoy aro raising armies all tho timo in Ohio its all for ono flido whllo hero you seem divided Yes didnt epect when yo loft us last sunimor boy that youd find us in slch a Oh I toll yo its fix whon yo camo back awful wo dont know ono hour whatll happen noxt Tho now comor bowod his hoad for a mo mont and a Btrango look of Badness Rwopt over his faco At last af tor many efforts to cloar his throat ho began Mr Noff tho dlstractod stato of tho country has moro than anything elso de termined mo to niako this visit Tho old man sighed pressed his hand upon his forehoad and uttorol a half suppressed groan as if ho dreaded what was coming Luko cast a glnuco about them Thoy woro alone on tho porch as Lillio had not returned and only tho nogro boy rolling upon tho lawn was In sight Luko continued Mr Noff I owo my vory oxistonco at this moment to you You I havo boon informed snatched mo when an Infant from tho destroying flood You It was who gave mo a placo In tho homo of your brother whoro I lived until I reached mans estate It is to you that I owo my education and tho blessings which I enjoy butMrNoff thore is ono thing you havo kept from mo tho secrot of my lifo Only that I was tho waif of sotno great flood do I know of mysolf You havo promised to toll mo all you know of mo and wo know not in thoso distracted times what an hour may bring forth Cant you wont you toll mo all now I Lillio had carried tho visitors hat in tho hall and hurried through to seo thnt tho colored cook vas attending to her duties that a sultablo dinner would be proparod for tho visitor Mr Noff almost lost his broath so sudden was tho question propounded Attor a moment howover ho said Wall Luko I reckin Ill toll you now all I know about yo Id hoped that tho timo d como that I could a oloarcd up tho mystery but I cant Its boon twenty two yars ago this spring sinco I was with my brothor on tho Missouri rlvor a fow mllos bolow Lex ington Wo had farms thar then an wus both youngor than now Tho rlvor war vory high that spring an lots o tho bottom Wo knowod many lands war overflowed pooplo woro drownod out and hud our skiff tryln to holp cm git tholr goods saved when ono day wo saw aomotliin floatln down tho rlvor It warnt uncommon tor seo things a lloatin down tho river but this war Bomothin uncommon as wo could soo Somehow t poared t mo s I ortor go out n soo what It war an Wo both I tolo my brothor t pull out to laid to our oars n soon kiin noaruufft boo what t war Its a crndlo said my brothor looklu ovor his shoulder Wo got nearor au suah miff twar a crndlo an had a bod in t nu a baby war In th cradlo That ar baby war you Luko Is that all you know of mol Yas thats about all Did you And nothing by which I might havo boon able to trace my parontagol Nuthln but a big yallor handkorchor sich as tho niggers war It had om broldored on ono cornor Luko Mason An expression of agony and disappoint ment swept over tho young mans faco and ho heaved a sigh That for which ho had hoped was disappointing at last and tho mystery of his lifo was ns far from bolng Could ho a nameless solved as ovor waif an unknown child of tho flood press his claim for tho hand of tho fair girl whoso heart ho had alroady won Tho old farmor who had noted his disappointment in order to quango thu subject said Havo yo gouo Into business yotl Yes sir I oponod nn ofllco but havo dono vory littlo owing to tho dlstractod Lillio Noff now condition of tho country camo from tho Iioubo hor protty chooks glowing with ploasuro and hor oyos spark ling happiness Bho seated horaolf upon a rustic mat nonr her fathor and tho visitor O ooso yo cant do no businoss in theso times Idoola I uovor knowod tho Uko Pears llko ovory bodys goln crazy Whoro Is Albortl Luko askod Wont aftor th mail holl be baok I Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Friday HAZEL GREEN - KY May 15 1891 glances from tho darkest of oyes said Hrother Is Union Inmglad of that ho answered Though tho South may havo Bomo real or Imaginary griovances it docs not justify any man in taking up arms against his country groaned Mr Oh dear mol I dun no Noff Pears t mo llko all tho peoplos gwino crazy Thoy or jost or tarln tho country to pieces nn Its no tollln whon theyll burn our houso nn hang us You havo no causo to fear Union soldiers Ihopol Dun no nsuch tlmos as theso pears like yo cant trust no n I think that Prico will soon bo driven from tho Stato and then you will bo nil left Â¬ will bo in tho Hold on my way to join 1rico As for myself your Union sentiments will never endanger you but you nro sur rounded by hundreds whom I can not co- rl COURIER JOURNAL LOUISVILLE KY Â¬ Â¬ ntrolyou aro not safe hero at poaco LUKE MASON ThrlMnpr and Romantlo Story and tho Wall I hopo so but I dun no Bigh which followed this remark was indecisive From Mr Noffs remarks ono could not havo told how his sympathies were Hoah como Massa Albert now cried Tom raising his woolly hoad from tho grass wh ch grow under au applo trcoin tho yard whoro tho African had been idly lolliug Â¬ Â¬ of tho Lato Civil War I1Y JOHN It MU8IGK ktrrnoR or DnoTiiEii Against HnoTriEn Waiikii Hiiowk Hrlbn Lakkman TIKLD IlANKEUOr DKDKOUP 1889 and Ornxn Stohiks iCopyrtghttd Tna CLOUD CHAPTER L IB OATnEHlNQ 1 P ar IrllY thnr out Lilliof yo standlii on tho poch Â¬ Coinoiul Thostago is coming down tho hill Somothing botwcon a groan and a sigh camo from tho front room of tho old fash lonod Missouri farm Tlio beautiful girl with poacli llko chooks and dark lion so Â¬ father sparkling eyes heard it and turned to tho door though evidently reluctant to give up Toasting her oyes on tho fast approaching Btngo coach Tho groan had issued from tho lips of her invalid father a dyspeptic and hypochondriac who scorned to dohght only in tho misory by which ho surrounded hlmsolf But thoro was a beauty In tho londscnpo as tho rays of a Bummor sun foil on tho hill top and sho turned again to gazo a mo ment upon tho bright picture Tho old fashionod six horso Btngo coach was rum- Â¬ bling down tho turnpike hill and nor chook flushed just tho faintest tint of crimson as bIio murmured half audibly Oh I wonder If but seeming to bo como suddonly nwaro of tho fact thnt she was about to reveal somothing which to her was a precious secret sho closed thoso cherry rod lips and blushing a still doepcr crimson ontorod tho sitting room whoro hor fathor reclined on an old fashioned black sofa Do you want any thing fathorl sho asked Look over tho papah it huts my oyos to rdad and boo if thura any wall news I docla tho secesh an abolitionists nro gwino to far tho country V pieces Pears t me that things got wuss ovory day Mr Jordan Noff as his dialoct would itl dicato was n Boutborn man Ho was born in South Carolina but had removed to Mis- Â¬ souri when young At tho timo our story opens ha was a wealthy Missouri farmor a wldowor with two childron and ovor a scoro of slaves Mr Noff not unliko a groat many othors Inhabiting tho bor- Â¬ der States during tho dark days of 1801 found It dlfllcult to espouso olthor causo Like tho fathor his only son Albert a promising young man of twonty ono seemed fluctuating botwoon lovo for his sunny Bouth and patriotism for his country That which many peacoful citizons of tho border States had hoped would only provo a speck on tho political horizon was grow- Â¬ ing day by day into a most terriblo war cloud and threatening to shut out tho light of human happiness Neighbors bogan to mistrust neighbors and friends of u life time became suspicious of each othor whllo oven brothors took up tho sword on oppo site sides and no ono know at what timo tho land might bo deluged with blood Llliio drow tho old faHhlonud arm chair to hor fathers side and taking tho paper giinced over Its columns It was filled with Â¬ about A young horseman mounted on a splen did atecd camo galloping up tho road from around tho orchard Ho was a flno manly looking follow with an open countenance and commanding ilguro Ho dismounted ut tho gato and flung thu rein to Tom who had como to take the horse Homebodys como grinnod tho negro but Albert stopped not to askuny questions for ho had already recognized tho friend of his childhood sitting on tho porch and hurried forward to groot him As Tom was leading tho horso to tho barn ho met a tall sullen Held hand wtio for some reason had been nick named Blaek hawk This sobriquet given him at some timo in tho dim past had usurped any other legitimate namo ho might h ivo had Black hawk as sullen as his Indian namesake was a slavo whom Mr Noff had purchased years boforo Ho was not liked by any of tho othor Hold hands and it was reported that ho had killed a former master and was known to bo tho horo of half a dozon runaways Who am dat at tho houso Dlackhawk asked Massa Luko Mason Tom answered Dlackhawk gavo utterance to a grunt und wont sullonly away to his quartors Tho grootlng betweon Albort Neff and Luko was vory cordial Whats th news from town Albortl Any thing mo about tho asked Mr Neff Â¬ Â¬ wah Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ s5 za t Albort answered I am glad to know that you aro for tho Union Luko took occasion to remark Who said I was and for tho first timo acloudgathored on Alberts handsomo brow Why I certainly understood thnt you wore Luko answorod a littlo puzzled at tho chango in his frionds maunor I thought you loyal to tho flag of Washing ton Jefforson aud Jackson Alborts faco grew dark and his oyes flashed with a strango lire that his friond Lillio noted had novor Been thoro boforo tho chango with alarm and started to hor foot trombling at tho dread of something terriblo But Albort Noff was a gontloman and roahzlng that Luko was a guest ho gained control of his feelings and replied No ono loves tho old flag moro doarly than I so long as it protects mo but with that blessed emblem of liberty in tho hands of Gnomics of tho South wo must raise our hands against it No ono was so much astounded as Lillio tho speech wub so contrary to hor brotbors former avowed Bontimont What Albort havo you turned socosh sho asked Whon a flag fails to protect its loyal clt Izous I shall not ralso a hand for It This Is a niggers and not a whito mans war i havo half bolioved it all along and sinco Fremont has doclarod tho niggors in Mis- Â¬ souri froo I know it Has ho dono itl asked Mr Noff Yes Mr Morgan told mo so yostorday ho prouhosied It six weeks ago and to day tho papors aro full of it Well well woll it do beat all groaned Mr Noff A dark form glldod away from tho cornor of tho porch and tho sullon oyes of Dlackhawk might havo boon Boon flash ing back at tho hated whito pooplo as ho stolo away from his post of observation Luko astomshod at Alborts suddon chango silently resolved to do nothing moro to bring back tho unpleasant subject Aunt Bukoy camo to announco dinnor Con- and all ropaired to tho dining room Â¬ Tho country Is In an uproar and wo aro goin to bo overwhelmed with troublo And you ndvlso mo to go awayl I do Thank you Albert I will go i Forgivo me Luko this seems hard 1 said know but I am always your friond Albert You aro forgiven Albert and I trust that wherovor wo moot bo It on tho battlo liold or when poaco shall havo spread hor wings over our country that wo may meet as friends Wo shall lam going m tho morningbutl must see Lillio flrst Go to tho summor houso in tho gardon and I will send her thoro Luko had spent many happy hours in the bygono years bencuth tho leafy bowors of that summer house Ho was on his way toward it whon tho giant form of Black hawk suddenly roso up from aomo rose bushes at tho side of tho path aud tho negro said Massa I wants tor ax yo sumlin What is it Dlackhawk Am you foh do Union an Bottin us freol Yes Bluckhawk why do you ask me that Causo massa Is got a wifo n poro littlo baby down Souf sumars doy wus sent down dnr a great many yars ago an if I gots my freedom I kin go an And cm Baid I hope you may Biackhawk Luko hurrying on Ho had known tho negro over sinco ho was a child but hod never hoard him mention a wifo and baby boforo That black rascal has u heart after all he thought Reaching tho bowor ho sat upon tho rustic bench Tho moon with many a flick ering shadow shono through tho leafy cov ering overhead and Lukes mind recalled tho many thousand events which had trans pired sinco last ho sat thoro a year ago A light footstep fell upon his ear There was a whispering of sott robes a breath of perfume aud sho was at his side No words of tho vows they had plighted a year ago when Luke wont off to seek his fortune were spoken Ho roso silently took her iu his arms aud they sat down together He was flrst to speak Lillie your fathor has told mo all and 1 am still un unkuown waif As such can you accept mo Yes yes Lukol I havo known you all my life and what need 1 caro about your birth Ho clasped hor moro closely in his arms aud imprinted a kiss on her lips Aftor a Â¬ Â¬ 1 Hnhscrlptlon rates Dally nnd Sunday 10 Daily without Sunday 8 a year Sunday 2 a year Weekly 1 a year a year The Weekly Courier Journal I Ins the largest circulatiou of any Demo ciatie Newspaper in the United States and proposes to double or treble its already large circulation UniW 9 J nUW BfSTBY GIVING AWAY EACH AND EVERYDAY To some one a splendid High Arm Sewing Machine or a Handsome Gold Watch BSy ABSOLUTELY FREE XBfl Full particulars in Weekly Courier Join mil Sample copy free Send for one Address W N IIALDEMAN President Courier Journnl Company LOUISVILLE KY scud in your subscriptions at once 01 IlAZKL Gkeen HekaIjU and BttRend tlicfollowuigclub rates and Weekly Coukiek Joukkal j ViiOUi Address SPENCER COOPER Hazel Green Ky 00 ltJGAl TIKIS TWIE Â¬ The only Protection that will effectually protect all people all classes all labor and all interests is that styled Â¬ Â¬ momont ho said Albert Is a Confederate What changed him sho asked Its a mystery Lillio I am surrounded by onomics and must leave you ut dawn But be my lot what it may I shall over bo truo to my flrst lovo Bho did not answer Dorhans sho could not but clung to him while tears trickled crystal drops down her protty cheoks For a long timo thoy Bat thoro clasped in each othors arms and what thoy said and what thoy thought must bo imagined Tho brothor la tho meanwhile had saddled his horso bid his invalid fathor adieu and was already on his way to join a compauy of recruits for tho Confederate army In CONTINUED NKXT WKEK acquired only from a truthful knowledge of ways and means legal and illegal just and un- Â¬ just by which the burdens of government profits of labor and industry are so unequally divided That knowledge is power and ignor- Â¬ ance its slave is forcibly illustrated daily in all walks of life among all people in all countries Where knowledge is used as a power or a means for gaining wealth without labor or an equivalent therefor it be- Â¬ comes necessary to deceive or keep in ignorance of such methods those from whom the wealth is taken hence it id that of the ten thousand newspapers printed in the United States less than ten are absolutely free and independent of the power or control of some class party or monopoly whose interest it is to keep the great mass of people in ignorance of their methods 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 Â¬ Self Protection teacher and exponent of truthful knowledge of reliable data free from To Old Point Comfort nnd Keturn bias fair frank and explicit On Tuesday July 21st a special train partisan cannot but feel will bo run to Old Point Comfort from to such degree that one Lexington under the auspices of the edified and capable of forming correct Such a paper conclusions therefrom Main street Christian church ONLY 1300 Only 1300 for tho round trip and should be in every household Sample special low rates at the Hygeia Hotel for copies can be obtained by addressing those who go on this excursion the publishers at Cincinnati O Make your arrangements to go as this 5TThe Enquirer and will be the cheapest and most desirable excursion from Lexington this season will both be sent for Tickets good to return until August 8 one year for 180 Send and holders may stop at any of the Vir ginia resorts on return trip in your subscriptions now For explanatory circular see or address The Herald Â¬ only any railroad agent or G W BAItNEY W H Boswell G A DeLono lff CHAS L BROWN General Passenger Agent Lexington Ky v AfcitNUYJ S K FORD WITH i ATEHTi A WHOLESALE 109 W Mack Stadler THIRD STREET Co CLOTHING nnmnhlpt nt InfnrmnMnn nnA -- h v iT r iv v tM auui iuu iansiiijunillK now ol yuuimu iuunia i iivtilin rnillo viuarics uopvrimits tent Jut AMrM MUNN a CO Uronunay Jul New York a31ly CINCINNATI ii V J L -- Â¬ ilia2fc Xi FANT JAMES PTHE OLD ItELIAItLE Hat House of WS Dickinson Go Â¬ ikw I YOU COME rv sjiti I armies What d yo Boel Mr Noff nskod Trice and McCullough are moving on Lexington Oh I theyre jest gwiuo t hov awful times He w8 laterrupted by tho opening of tho door A woolly head and black faco was thrust in tho body for tho most part ro said tho darkey aud in confirmation of his assortion there came the soft mellow blast of the drivers horn cried Llliio Hes ootne hes come springing to her feet and running to the ia a burst of joy whloh betrayed her MtiiteipaUou and anxiety nrWs a omnia Lillle Whats th mat Is wish y1 I deola ye aot like ye war x etsb was out of sight and hearing and 0 oM msa did not aulas tu Mmtenoe She WMMlM Iks lawn hurrying toward the gKttaJoMhsfaibsrsoiUd shss to hU KMlnlag outside De stage am gwlne ina mvitl itave war rumors and the movements of vast inKKi - a Cor Pearl Invites all of his mountain friends and es pecially the merchants to give him a call when iu the city Vine CINCINNATI c rOHOIVE ME LUKE THIS KNOW 8EUM3 UAHD X HARLEY QUISENBERRY WITH Louis Gus Straus tor stop soon Ho hasnt gono in tho army yotl No but I jest look fur him t do it A question trembled on tho lips of Luko Mason He wanted to ask iu which army his schoolmate would enlist but for fear the question might grate harshly on tho ears of In the bordor his friends he refrained r vvsBsPssMssntepsMSMPwBvM-p- States men were liable to take either side aud to change their views any day for 1841 was the beginning of a transition period and men were as yet unsettled iu their ooa Yiotlous It was quite a relief to Luke Whe Ullle with oue pt iter most winsome -- vorsation easily drifted Into moro ploasant channels and partially tho ill fooling was LEXINGTON KY dissipated yl8ly Opposite Patent Office WashlnfltonDC That evening as Albort and Luko woro strolling about tho placo recounting tholr A Y1MR unHifk In LrltAr VORIS UJclntijr uliljrittUnrutlronoftltber boyhood scrapes tho formor suddenly said ftt uKii an I TlitVt at MiltA raail mmw b Jl Representing nxwi How long will you remain Lukol ftrr liiitrucltoriwlil work Induitriouilr Irtu n TLU owing to olrcum I dont know Its riIIi own0lllrMlrllIvllllorumIih M CO thtiltiulluqorcmplojrpiminhjrournenlhiltmouDt stancos bo KiIlr tnj quleklr I ro ul workir to speak out Luko for I dnlrt but Dont bo afraid LOUISVILLE KY irnlIrtJJr Uoh on tuccftifulfYnniHillatwntiloimtnl n7miv I proIJtd whatever may be our political dlfforencos Headquarters Mt Sterling Ky wheral ir tacit It I I am still your friend V AdJrtMttouK complete line of samples may he uuntu Mulutf Luke seized his hand In his own and gaz ing into his manly face said I thought our sentiments were tho MAUPIN same WITH Yesterday they were but to day I am on side fixed and unchangea the Confederate Writing Tapers Envelopes Pens Ink ble c c for sale at this office Ladles goods What did Itl I am not at liberty to tell Suffice to say I Note Paper only lOo a quire Call en us hoots shoes o aw a Confederate aad with to morrows sn when you need stationery feOly CATLRTT8BUKG KY LEADING CLOTHIERS Caveats and Trado Marka obtained and all Pat ent business conducted for Moderate Fees Our Office Is Opposite US Patent Office and wo can eccuro patent In leea timo than those remote from Washington Bend modol drawing or photo with doBcrlp tion wo advleo If patontablo or not froo of charge Our foo not duo till patont la secured A Pamphlet How to Obtain Patents with names ofactual clients InyourStato county or town sent free Address Â¬ Hi VLI nii D notions II i C A SNOW A CO J JE S3000 ROBINSON Â¬ sceVr Â¬ BmTmmm HBH CARPENTER wholesale dry if 5i ij wyys y vwy rtainly inherent in congress Daniel posit paying him 80 per centof its value IN EFFECT JANUARY 4th 1891 a KENTUCKY CENTRAL RAILWAY Webster tho great constitutional lawyer and granting to the farmer tho right to Official Organ of tho Tenth Ky says cither redeem it or order it sold at any 1IIUK GItASS ROUTE THE Congressional Distriot c Uy denying tho States all power of timo within a year That for the money OSZXXXXi OvfryyvfrOvvvfr6frvfrifr3OfrO0frfr - - Editor emitting bills of credit or making any Â¬ advanced they would only charge 2 per B F DAVIS of Ezol SHORTEST AND QUICKEST ROUTE OLD KENTUCKY ROUTE whom nil communications intended thing but gold and silver a tender in pay Â¬ cent per annum and tho actual cost of jis3 l for this department should he undressed ment of debts tho whole control over the storage insuranco etc This would re- Â¬ FROM CENTRAL KENTUCKY efrmom standard of value and medium of pay Â¬ lievo tho farmer of the necessity of sell- Â¬ Newport News Mississippi Valloy Co STATE OFFICERS ment is vested in tho general govern- Â¬ ing as soon as gathered and tho cotton TO ALL 1OINTcJ K D President Bardwell ment T T GAiUNi would then only go on the market as NORTH EAST WEST U F Davis Secretary Ezel The Supremo Court of tho United thero was on actual demand for it by tho Ciiaules Pack Treasurer Sin AND SOUTHWEST States says consumer PHILADELPHIA The speculator would cut no WASHINGTON W M Uailiy Lecturer Gold City Tho states can no longer declnrc what figure in it whatevcrand his profits is sav- Â¬ FAST LINE BETWEEN LEXING Â¬ ixicutivi committki BALTIMORE NEW YORK shall bo money or regulate its value ed to the farmer At the same time the TON AND CINCINNATI W R lluowunn 01 instead Whatever power there is over tho curren Â¬ consumer who always pays the prico set OLD POINT H C- ttnuWK Clinton THE SEA SHORE rScinnuLi in Effect Feb UL1891 cy is vested in Congress If tho power in the worlds market is not compelled to T J Doolin Finchville to declaro what is money is not in Con- Â¬ pay any more for his cotton And all Eastern Cities No6 DISTRICT OFFICERS No 4 Acconi No 2 gress it is annihilated12 Wallace Would such an arragement benefit tho A J Rixno President Rothwcll Dally Dftllv South Hound Daily S L Kash Sec Sr Treas Omer 545 Express Fst Lo KxSan How many farmers would not farmer Tho Direct Lino to Cincinnati Lc 8 10 am 8 00 pm 2 20 pm NATIONAL OFFICERS In addition to this power over tho cur- agree to enter into such an arrangement Covington 8 18am 8 08 pm 2 26 pin President L L Polk Washington D C rency tho constitution defines many oth Â¬ with their merchants Very few indeed LEXINGTON LOUISVILLE Purls Ar 11 18 am 10 23pm 5 80 pm Secy J- - H Tuilnlh 12 lOiin uwpm uaupni Lexington er powers granted to Congress Now to If then the plan is a good one carried 1 Mr 18 5 37 pm lvv 1127 am ST LOUIS what end were those powers given to out by tho merchants why should it not KANSAS CITY Winchester Ar 12 lOnn 6 15pm 5BFN0TICE Hereafter no iudnrsment Congress if not to promote the general bo when operated by tho government 7 20pm of any mans candidacy for any political 135nm CHATTANOOGA MEMPHIS Richmond Livingston 3 05 pm otlice will be published in those columns welfare of the people as expressly stated What the farmer wants is to study this 4 SO pm until he shall nave paid the fee either to in the constitution Congress is given matter not from the standpoint of the And all Points West and Northwest and Corbin Middlcsborouch 7 25nm the printer or myself To do so would be Cumberland Gup 7 COpni unfairly taking advantage of the publisher control over commerce with foreign na- political wire worker or speculator but South and Southwest Only indorsements of farmers at farmers tions Why dont some one say that from the position ho occupies as n pro- Â¬ Corbin GQpm Fast Fast MM Aeeom Williamsburg Lc 4 45 pm meetings inserted in this department under 5 ships shall only bo chartered to wealthy ducer Tho questions for him to consid EAST HOUND Express Dally 11 P Davis Dully any circumstances Ar 0 20 pm Daily ex Sun ex Sun Jellico corporations and that their keeld shall er are Le 1 50 pm Richmond Fees for Announcements State Officers be plated from stem to stern with gold Will it benefit tho farmers Lancaster 4 45pm Louisville Le 2 35pm 7 45 a nil 10 District County 3 Ar 5 20 pm 6 lUpin 11 40 am 5 25pm Stanford Will it do injustice to any other legi Lexington and silver Congress is given control ti Mpin 12 45pm 0 35pm Winchester No C No 1 No 3 over the standard of weights and meas- timate enterprise ThoSub TrenHiiry lMan Mt Sterling 7 20pm 1 25pm 7 30pm Daily Daily Nohtii Bound Olive Hill 0 03pm 3 35pm 10 15pm Is it pratical Express Daily Ex Sun Under this head we propose in this ures why dont some ono suggest that 10 30pm 5 35pm Ashland Ktauford 7 00 am Lc bJSS These questions will all bo considered Cattlettsburg issues of the Reformer these shall consist of gold and silver or and subsequent 10 43pm 5 50pm Ijineastcr 7 50 am d rt i made of paper be issued through the in future issues of tho Reformer togeth Huntington Ar 11 07pm 6 25pm to discuss some of the essential features if 10 15 am Richmond Ar OQof the measure that seems just now to be medium of corporations with government with the objections of unconstitutionaliJellico 8 15am Lc S a wist hound Williamsburg 8 50 am Congress is given ty class legislation etc of attack on the Alli bonds as security the principle point Corbin Ar go a a 0 35 am Lc 21 am 12 50am In our next articlo wo will consider Charleston ance from the partisan press of the coun- power to establish post offices and post 0 25 urn Cuuibd UapLc BHffl Huntington 6 00 am 10pm There is nothing said in the whether the plan will do injustico to oth- Cuttlettsburg G 45 am f Middlcsbtt rough try In doing so we shall not confine roads 29pm 0 25 am 3 iu ai Corbin Ashland 40pm I 35 am constitution about issuing postage stamps er legitimate enterprises ourselves to the provisions of the Pickler H 5 J3 0 25 am 11 05 am Ar Olive Hill 58pm 8 47 am 3 45um Livingston Why bill introduced in the House or to the postal notes cards and orders Mt Sterling 32pm 10 52 urn 0 25 am Livingston Ho Governed by the Lawn Lc 1115am 12pm 11 45 am 7 15am Richmond one introduced in the Senate by Senator dont gome croaker rise on his hind feet Mn B F Davis State Secy Ezel Ky Winchester Lc 0 05 am 12 4Uim Lexington Ar 45pm 12 40pm 8 10 am Winchester Ar 0 55 am l uipm Vance but to the demand of tho Nation- and charge the government with violat- Â¬ Dear Sir and Bro I have been re- Louisville Ar 15pm 4 COpm 1215pm Paris 7 45am 9 13 nni al Alliance that the government shall ing the constitution in issuing those quested by my Union to ask you if a Le 7 00 am zuopm 3 45 pm Lexington Ltmitkd Vkbtiiulkd KxiltKSS runs daily Paris 7 53 am 2 45 pm 4 25pm Congress is given power over loan money direct to the people at a low things man living in town disqualifies him from and has Vcstibulcd Pullman lluflet Sleepers Covington Ar 10 44 am 5 40 pm 6 37 pm rate of interest not to exceed 2 per cent the army and navy why dont they pass holding membership in the Union Some between Louisville Lexington Wellington Cincinnati Ar 10 50am 5 50 pm 0 45 pm per annum on nonperishable farm prod- a law that no man is fit for service ex- of us claim it does but we find nothing New York and Old Point Comfort This W L Munbon Trav Pass AgL ucts There arc two prominent questions cept he is six feet and six inches high in regard to it in our constitution and train is made part of the celebrated Cincinnati Ohio and weighs 200 pounds and then in case decided to refer tho matter to you for involved in this measure V J S R Knott C P Atmohk 1 The right of the government to is of war turn the government over to a your decision East of Huntington on tho C it O route Fraternally Traffic Manager Gen Pass Agt foreign power because there are not sue money General Qtlices Louisville Ky E Mosldy Secretary Fast Mail Trains run daily except Sun enough men of standard height andweight 2 The right to loan money day between Lexington ami Huntington S F n Morhk Asst Gen Pass Agt Elkton Ky May 4 Make direct connections at Huntington with Office Chamber of Commerco Building the government has a right to do to repel an invasion Every power was givIf C 0 At Ashland with S V Ky At Cincinnati Ohio these things it has n right to enact all the en to Congress to be exercised for the ben Answer It is really strange indeed Winchester with K C 11 It north and No 2 Daily to all points except Rowland measures necessary to carry them into ef- Â¬ efit of the greatest number of people that any brother will go outside the law south hound and at Lexington with L Division which is daily except Sunday The purchase of land building of composing the government Nothing of the Order to find rules etc to govern N L S and C N O T P Railroads fect No 1 Runs daily from Lexington to Cin Â¬ Lkxinoton and Olivk Hill Accom- cinnati warehouses appointment of agents and should prevent the universal prosperity the eligibility of membership Some old receiving deposits are subsidiary matters of the people but a lack of resources the fogies have such a prejudice against odation daily except SundayC Connects at No 2 Huns daily Winchester to and from K points mid No 5 Runs daily from all stations ex Â¬ necessary to carry into effect the main want of industry or the existence of war towns etc that they will often turn at Lexington with L 8 It It for Iniisville cept the Rowland Division whioh is daily provisions of the bill to loan money pestilence or famine Is our prosperity against a brother who may move to town For full information in regard to Hates except3Sunday except Sunday Daily No Routes etc apply to any Agent of this or No to transact their business for them The question of the right of government impeded by any of these obstacles No 4 Daily between Cincinnati and Lex Â¬ connecting lines or to ington to create and issue money of any materi- This universal cry is we are in the hands Shame on you my brother Nos 2 and 0 make connections at Win al it chooses has been thoroughly discuss of the money power speculators Thro They seem to think as soon as the bro- Â¬ H E Huntinoton M C L Brown chester for points on tho N U M V E D V T and G G P A ed in the February number of the Re- excessive taxes exorbitant transporta- Â¬ ther gets to town that he at once belongs No 2 Carries through cars from Cincin- Â¬ LnXINCJTON KY nati to Middlosbnrough nml Cumberland well settled fact tion charges and usurious interest the to former It seems to be a Such the so called Town clique Gap and all intermediate stations and runs W S HAitniRON that tho right to issue paper money is in people have become slaves Necessity questions as theso come to this office G W Baiinky dally herentin the government It has been so is their nearness master me tarmer often and in answer I can only rofor you G A Lexington Ky G A Ashland Ky decided by the Supreme Court of the Uni the bulk of whose income can only be re- Â¬ to the law in regard to the matter which F LOCKHART tad States and by nearly every state in the alized at one time of the year and who is all I have to bo governed by and all TTJR J Union Every State in the Union has is in debt is forced into debt trade while other good members must be governed WITH availed itself of the right to pay its in- making his crop When made he is com- Â¬ by the same If one is not engaged in debtedness in legal tender paper money pelled to sell at once to pay his debt The any occupation that is forbidden by our EZEL KY Tho only question now left to consider is majority of farmers arc compelled to do law ho is eligible though he may LIVE JULIUS BENGKENSTEIN CO has the government the right to loan this This almost universal unloading of IN TOWN W W JUSTICE money to individuals on such security as tho crops at one season of the year depress Who Will Win tho Silver llnclgo it may itself determine This question es prices below the average for the year Manufacturers and Jobbers of In order to induce some brother in being settled it then remains tobe seen Tho speculator who produces nothing Office on Fairfax Street 4 Doors Relow each Sub Union to solicit subscribers to whether the nonperishable products of buys at this depressed price and sells in Rccs House the farm is sufficient security upon which a few months at an advance of 30 or 40 Tin Herald I will make the following WINCHESTER KY jyly to warrant the government to loan mon- per cent It is from this merciless ne very liberal offer Tho regular prico of Tin Herald is cessity of selling below the average price ey J A TAULBEE Has the government a right to loan that the farmer wishes to escape To this SI per year money always in advance money to individuals on individual secu- end he docs only what Wall street bro- Â¬ but for the next three months I will 1 send ton copies of The Herald for 9 kers and bankers have repeatedly done rity Hazel Green Wolfo County If there was and to the ono sending the largest club This question has been discussed to a solicits government aid KENTUCKY considerable extent by the reform papers such an unloading by forced sales of I will give free it Gorman silver badge WOONSOCKET throughout tho country but generally stock ami securities in Wall strcot as tho Alliance very nice and should bo TSAAC W ROSE from an abstract standpoint Tho posi farmers are compelled to undergo every worn by every member of tho Union Now is the timo to send in a club Attorney-at-La- w tion usually taken is that inasmuch as Fall there would be such a panic and AGENCY Who will bo tho first to respond tho government has loaned money to cor- grand rush to the Whito House for gov- Â¬ MAYTOWN KY B F Davis Fraternally Will practice in the Courts of Morgan and porations it has a right to loan to indi- ernment aid as has never been witnessed NO 103 WEST PEARL STREET Wolfe counties Special attention to collec viduals In viow of tho numerous prec- before And tho capitalists would secure Curort tions and returns promptly made CoiiHiiiniitloii edents and the laws now upon the statute aid There would bo no Mills or Oates An old physician retired from pracCINCINNATI O books it would seem that tho opponents or Vest to oppose any measure calculated tice having had placed in his hands by CI B MAY of tho sub treasury plan are esstopped to grant relief to tho gamblers of Wall an East India missionary tho formula of from denying the right of government to street Tho payment of interest ono year Attorney-at-La- w a simple vegetable remedy for tho speedy loan money to corporations It is our in advance on United States bonds is a and permanent euro of Consumption MAYTOWN KY purpose however to go deeper into the loan It is a loan to individuals If tho Bronchitis Catarrh Asthma and all Will practice in the Courts of Morgan and Wolfo counties Special attention to colproblem and provo without the aid of government can loau to money capitalists Throat and Lung Affections also n posi- lections and returns promptly made individuals why can it not loan to tive and radical euro for Nervous Debil- Â¬ precedents or existing statute laws that tho government possesses the inherent farmers whose real estate and farm pro- Â¬ ity and all Nervous Complaints after F BYRD No reasonable right from tho constitution to loan mon ducts aro their capital having tested its wonderful curative pow Â¬ ATTORNEY AT LAW ey to farmers on nonperishable products person will deny that this government ers in thousands of cases has felt it his OAMPTON KY of the farm was formed to protect tho interest and duty to mako it known to his suffering Bampla Pen different pattenis In Will practico in the Courts of Wolfo and Tho genoral government is a compact promote the welfare of tho people Nickel Iltttod Matck Wox fellows Actuated by this motive and a adjoining counties Special attention to Bent poet paid on receipt of 10 GSNXftU between tho states for and in the interest The farmers compose H per cent of tho suffering I will collections nucl furnishing abstract of titles desiro to roliovo human of the people Tho government therefore people and their products constituto 80 CO London en PERRY in send freo of charge to all who desiro it is not a government of tho states but a per cent of all exports Would tho sub U S uince 810 BreAMjr Nw Yarfc this recipe in German French or Eng Â¬ T T STEELE government of the people Tho funda Â¬ treasury plan enacted into law lish with full directions for preparing rrSold at Tub HnitALDofficoatlOo a dozen or 76c a gross Call and purchase ATTORNEY AT LAW is benofit them And if it would benefit mental principlo of tho government and using Sont by mail by addressing some if you would mako writing easy In tho dis with stamp naming this paper W A tho greatest good to the greatest num- Â¬ them who would it injure V4HMMMW Lijirrty Ky Wkst jttt U lln mdt fer John X OoodwlnTroxNYU woik fcrui Ht4r ber It was to promote tho general cussion of this subject both of theso NoYca 820 Powers Block Rochester you nojr nt inka murli but ea ch jrou quickly how to aim from M la Will practico in the counties of Elliott Tho N Y welfare that the constitution wasfram ducstions should bo considered lyl Morgan Magofliu Mtfnefco and Wolfe lUJar ti4tUit ndiuort joar on Hutu kiii u inarHr ed Tho reader will do well to hoar this answer to the first seems so plain that it t boaiif Vr B Aratrtci you tB commtnc in all vour tlmoruira BtoMMtJ wifvta A Never Falling Itumody mind as upon it wo propose to is only a wonder that any one especially fact in StMUbr tkt work All titw ClrMl no mmmm tttrr wornw KABILY ran MrcmiMiNK tho only permanont euro T F SUTTON HfKUiiVt Ima ftnrlblnr predicate our argument in favor of tho if ho bo a farmer should assumotho neg 1AKriCUlAKK VKrK UiwMHM STISHM IiEATTYVILLE KY 10 IOKTUA kUlxL sub treasury plan Now to return to tho ative Supposo we drop the government for all forms of headache and neuralgia 15 to 20 min- monoy question Powor was given to as an agent in tho plan and substituto relieves tho pain in from REAL ESTATE AND COLLECTING HOUSE BILLS congress over tho currency Inasmuch tiio mornhnntfi thrniiphnut the land Wo tea For salo on positive guarantee at AGENT Printed in the bwt style and at lowest rate at utbj as this power is surrendered by the states will nimn for illustration that thev Til r Herald office or sent postpaid by Collections and remittances promptly office Send us your erder Correspondence solicited i fo mnru nnttnu nn iin mail on receipt of prico 50 cents u box made n f when cntorjng to tho compact it is most IIUILU LU ItLLUU W1U imillWli7 VVbVVtl v WW F L U DGPARCIHGnC I oowoo3 - Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Jc P i C3 Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ F Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ J P ROGERS Â¬ 3HT5 DENTIST Â¬ TR DENTIST Â¬ Â¬ TR Physician and Surgeon BOOTStSHQES RUBBER Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ STEEL PEMS 10 Â¬ JPk 1 I Jfe iiiPf fcl - HXzel Green SPENCER COOPER Eeeald Editor KY Friday HAZEL GREEN - Bradloy nnd Fiold of tho United States Supremo court will ask to bo retired nnd that Senator Edmunds will bo oflercd ono of tho positions Kov Sam Small the Georgia ovangcl- ist has resigned from tho presidency of tho Utah University There was n bit ter controversy about tho alleged misuso of tho university funds v It is reported that Justices tSA May 15 1891 mXa2H l9UUrflf mBht u ft -- 1 iiV jfcj k - 22i2i fliifcikk Wfl Mmm Z Citizens fJdtioiiolBmik WINCHESTER KENTUCKY E38 fsff in lfr Hon M DHnrterorMnn8ficllOhlo rccontly delivered nn nddresa on the freo colnngo of silver before the Young Mens Tho grand jury investigating the cases Democratic club of Cincinnati He spoke against tho lynchers of tho Italians at for two hours on the subject his nddrebs New OrlcatiB after a six weeks session ra being clear nnd comprhensivc Ho class- failed to find indictments against any of ed tho Bilvcr question with thoMcKinley them but brought indictments against a bill both being twin pieces of class legis- Â¬ OMalloy tho detective and his assist Â¬ I lation such ns tho Democratic party was ants opposed to Tho argument that thcro Twcnt fivo years ago JooPulitzer own woro serious difficulties in tho way of ar- Â¬ er of tho New York Herald was an ob riving nt a propor undcrstnndiningof the question was a mere ruse of tho silver scure reporter working for 25 u week ring to bind and decoivo tho people for now ho goes a pleasuring on a Ga000 thcro was nothing more simple than the steam yacht Great is the power of tho result of tho freo coinage of silver After press if your paper has a successful n splendid argument made to show that boom attachment thoro could not exist a system of That section of the McKinlcy tarifTact without a restriction on tho coin repealing tho special taxes on dealers in ngo of tho basor metal for the cheaper metal would inevitably drive out the leaf and manufactured tobacco cigars TStimiBBB dearer ho declared that ruin would fol- Â¬ etc went into effect with the opening of 1 the month The abolition of this special low quickly upon the passage of an net iva mmL nuru B t ufti icfVi tax will cause a decreaso of 1600000 tfinrsic MFiS lUfl NTOaUls-1- authorizing the coinage of silver inde Â¬ llilllil annually in tho governments revenue pendent of tho Government fill 1 ffllftM ffi I B9 H v Tho valuo of the dollar of to day in iKfJni uaBPiatlb-M-- l The cold wave of last week was generÂ¬ trinsically is about soventy six cents It al throughout the entire country Snow a i was tho intention of tho silver ring to i fell in many sections north and east force tho peoplo to pay them tho difler whilo ice formed in many places as far enco of twenty four cents In other south as Tennessee Considerable dam Â¬ words tho miner would take seventy six age was done to gardens and in some cents worth of Bilvcr to tho mint and ob instances fruit was seriously injured by tain n dollar for it Such a state of af- Â¬ is waiting upon Mr Blaines decision to the frost fairs would reduce the valuo of all things issue orders to the commander of the rev- Â¬ about ono fourth and universal panic The trial of tho Perry county cases nt enue cutters now on tho Pacific coast would follow Frequently during his Winchester is progressing slowly Tho for their guidance during the coming discourse Mr Harter was interrupted by trial of B F French leader of the fac- sealing season applause and whon he closed ho was ten tion of that name lasted threo days and Secretary Foster has big faith in the dered a vote of thanks In his peroration tho jury hung standing one for convicbenefit of the new immigration law and lie was highly eulogistic of Ex President tion and eleven for acquittal Tho case he has directed Assisant Secretary Net Cleveland for tho attitude he had taken against John Eversole leader of the tleton to give it his personnt attention on tho subject of freo silver and on the other side began Tuesday until it is thoroughly understood by the other hand was rather severe in his critiFederal officials in our ports and the As cism upon Governor Hill of New York United States Senator John H Rea Â¬ sistant Secrotary has gone to New York for failing to define his jwaition gan of Texas has resigned to accept tho that he may know by personal observa- Â¬ chairmanship of tho Stato board of rail- Â¬ tion just how it works By reference to tho proper column our road commissioners at salary of 6000 In addition to tho new Senators there readers will find tho announcement of per annum Mr Reagan served in Con will be quite change in the seats of some John D Atkinson of Powell county as gres before the war was Postmaster-Genera- l of the old ones when Congress again asa candidate for State Senator from this of tho Confederate States and after Mr Dixon of Rhode Island tho 84th district Mr Atkinson was the war was returned to the House of sembles born in Bath county thirty six years ago Representatives where he served until will hnvo the front seat so long held by Sanders of Montana Ho was thrown upon his own resources elected Senator His regisnation is Mr Edmunds Mr nt nn early age nnd choso the law for thought to be due to the fact that ho has will have Mr Dixons old seat whilo Mr his profession Eight yenrs ago he was aroused hostility by his espousal of the Sanders vacant chair will be filled by licensed by the Court ot Appeals and of tho cause of prohibition in Texas Mr Dubois ono of the baby Senators Mr Peffer has been ex- Â¬ has since followed his profession with ml would prevent him from being his from Idaho tremely modest being satisfied with n great success being now ono of tho lead- own successor seat in tho rear row on the republican ing practionors of tho Stanton bar He side Mr Blairs chair will be taken by WASHINGTON LETTER bus served one term as County Attorney Mr Pasco of Florida and Mr Colquitt of Powell county Mr Atkinson has Washington May 8 1891 of Georgia will have the front row seat entered tho race somewhat late but if Senator Stewarts familiar Santa Claus long occupied by Senator Brown of pluck and porsevernnco count ho will was tho beacon by which I steered today Georgia which Mr Reagan recently win Ho is a pleasant gentleman and a at tho cnpitol until he was cornered in a resigned had failed an application for good mixer committee room lho benator is n pret- Â¬ Mr Paddock takes Mr Evnrts old Tho Chronicle his county paper says ty good Farmers Allianco man on nt sent and Mr Washburno will get the A poor farmer boy thrown up of him least two very important questions the one occupied at the last session by Mr on his own resources nt tho ngo of 17 tariff and free coinage of silver nnd he Ingalls Mr Woleott of Colorado who years without assistance from any source insists most vehemently that no party has had a back seat will take the one va- Â¬ by his own efforts ho has attained that can win next year that does not put a cated by Mr Spooner The rear row on reputation as n lawyer but few of his free coinage plank in its platform His tho Democratic side will contain an ag ngo have with much better opportuni- Â¬ pet avcrsous among tho possible candi- Â¬ gregation of new faces that in the eyes ties Since Powell has nover had any dates are Messrs Harrison ana Cleve- Â¬ district ofHco save that of Representative land nnd ho thinks if they should be the of all good Democrats might be called the There will be seated Vilas big four whon her turn came and is now a coun nominees of their respective parties that of Wisconsin Gordon of Georgia Far- Â¬ ty about forty years old wo believe Mr a third candidate on a free coinage plat- Â¬ Brice of Ohio mers Allianco man Atkinson is and ought to be tho win form would bo olected and Hill of New York It- - has leaked ning man nnd with his energy ho would ThojSenator proposes using ov cry op- Â¬ out that Senator Dixon filed his applica ccrtrinly reflect honor on tho district portunity which presents itself during tion for Mr Edmunds seat last winter shoul ho bo choson its representative the coming session of Congress to push which indicates that ho then knew of through a freo coiuago bill and ho thinks tho contemplated resignation In tho propor placo in this paper will tho probabilities favor tho passage of tho What action this government will take be found tho announcement of J W bill but ho has little hopo of its becom Â¬ about tho severance of diplomatic rela- Â¬ Cougloton for Sheriff of Wolfo county ing a law ou account of tho Presidential tions by tho Italian government will not subject to tho action of tho Democratic veto but it is ovedout that ho has not be determined until Mr Harrison gets Congletou as ho is Weed party ontirely abandoned hopo of converting back but it is probablo that our minister known by his friendsis too woll and Mr Harrison notwithstanding that gen Â¬ to Italy will bo recalled and that the favorably known to need any introduc- Â¬ recont romarks on tho subject Ametican legation in Rome will bo closed tion at our hands ns everybody knows tlemans Something important is going on be indefinitely him to bo a gentleman of sterling integ Â¬ tween Mr Maine and tho British minis Tho Washington correspondent of tho rity sober and discrcot nnd prompt in ter but no ouo seems to know precisely New York World has been arrested all his dealings Ho is a thorough Dem- Â¬ what it is further than that it relates to charged with criminal libel for having ocrat closely identified with tho inter- Â¬ Beh ring Sea matters They aro both at stated that Dr Hammond of this city ests of tho county nnd if nominated present in New York where they can charged Mrs Senator Stanford 5000 for andelected will mako tho county n first confer without exciting tho notice that the removal of n wen from her bend class civil officer Wo earnestly ask n it would here From tho best informa Â¬ Tho forty second annual meeting of careful consideration of his claim tion obtainable it is believed that nn tho American Medical Association was States in session here this week Moro than a The outlook for tho success of Prohibi agreement between tho United possibly in thousand physicians from all sections of tionists is very dim as Internal Revenue nnd England which may cludo Russia will shortly bo announced tho country were in attendance Commissioner Mason estimates that the killiugof seals iu News has been received hero of tho ac- Â¬ nmount of whisky manufactured in tho that puts an end to tho Boh ring Sea for this season certainly ceptance by the government of Venezu united States during tho present year whole question at ela of tho reciprocity proposition buU will b 14JO000000 gallons being 0000- - and possibly until tho shall hnvo mitted to it somo timoago by Mr Blaine tUO fallen more whisky than was over issuo between tho government otherwise decided by arbitration prilH4 In th United State any year been kuowu that tho Treasuryordepartment It only requires tho Presidents procla- Â¬ is It mation now to put it into effect Â¬ There is to bo a grand rally of the Farmers Alliance nt Grand Rivers July 3 The National President Hon L L Polk is expected to be present and other noted speakers of tho order will also at Â¬ tend rm Mmwi m mi imiwmzr r- JlWMi H If 1 WKfis mm im JmK f mmmmLMv T n ssmiS rascal mmv ntm im MffT7M ssb f WmfwSSmA 1 imw mmmLxm r rCrf i mm PMUmffe VI J msj W r s mm CkAlll aETVta i - -s rw c JMk iiMh MVJTI uras as jw I M fl tFTf Am jrm iD CD WVH tt 17500000 WASH MILLER PRESIDENT - PAID UP CAPITAL -- w m u u 1 I S W WILLIS VICE PRESIDENT i A H HAMPTON CASHIER m Ksarffflra era ii J s wtj li wmmBmmmmoM mmm immmsmmmsmmm mm fesrllii mmm - W POYNTER ASST CASHIER rrn e i PU wyHatiaivfj E3ffaSkssral3sawffl mj im nmi 1111 ij im n ziiib oljo Jlasampleiacilitics lor doing a general banking business So- tions gives prompt and careful attention loan uusiness entrusi ed to it and extends to its citstomers the most liberal accom- - EK ntTTr ii 4JLiAwtH jLMAxmhsijM j H -- aasagaaamsfeiafes4ga S jli -- i Jicits deposits maices conec ajLJi T- iiSiiStRttjafyfjH IUUUULlOIia rect Ji banking business UUUBI3LU1IL -- ii Vllll tUl l Â¬ J TAYLOR DAY FLOYD DAY KELLY B DAY Â¬ Â¬ J T DAY AND CO Â¬ HAZEL GEEEN KENTUCKY Â¬ Â¬ WHOLESALE Largest Stock RETAIL Lowest Prices Â¬ Have invoices arriving daily and stacks upon stacks of goods to meet every department of trade Live Stock Country Produce and School Claims received in trade on notes accounts or J T DAY CO merchandise WiiiS i n ir n h 12 Mobile Counts Â¬ LEXINGTON KY West Short Street A Model Restaurant in Almost Every Feature SEATING CAPACITY 150 Fresli Oysters at all seasons IJlue Points ki ri i mi Saddle Rocks New York Counts anil Menls to order at nil hours Delicacies of tho season always on hand The most complete and modern kitchen in the Stafe Among the recent additions is a Miller Improved Range the finest in the world with eighteen fires six steaming attachments two large broilers and hot and cold wnter reservoirs This range will cook anything from a half a beef to a tid bit of sweetbread and is the only one of the kind in REGULAR MEALS 25 CENTS Â¬ Kentucky A hearty welcome and the most courteous treatment to all GUS LUIGART J M Proprietor nov21ly KELLY President WM BRIGHT Secretary and Treusurer Â¬ WHENEVER YOU VISIT LEXINGTON OALL ON THE- - Â¬ Â¬ Lexington Foundry Go Office 99 EAST MAIN STREET Shop K U RAILROAD near 7th St STATE east of Louisville They are operating THE LARGEST FOUNDRY AND MACHINE SHOP IN THE All kinds of BOILER AND ENGINE DONE Offico 09 at Tin U lowest living piuces REPAIRING SKILLFULLY J M KELLY President EAST MAIN STREET K fSTJoumiry on 11AILUU ad - Lexington Ky Â¬ Â¬ WHOLESALE MANUFACTURING DRUGGISTS KY CATLETTSBURC Tho Largest Drug Houso In tho Ohio Valley Manufacturers of 228 REMEDIES that aro Sold by tho Dozen 10000 Squaro Feet of Floor Room 23 Hands Employed raolu proprietors ol the famous TIlO OIllv Â¬ riHMtlv Mint Is snlil nn nn nlicn lino guarantee m cure an nuns ami A IllPS PnimiW llllll Prillo nlnrrlimti Tlito pntery etc Used internally and ester nally The hest Liniment in the world rJUlK itf CENTS i Y x v i r u permanent cure of Pains in tlieS Hack ami all disorders of the Kidneys and Urinary Organs Thousands of cer- uiiiies oi inosu wno navo iieu inibg imedy will he sent ou application lor ni nuuu kiiinkt the Sole proprietors of the renovnecl tSv rnuiiii wVr gy FoK Sale py WWm ani Country Stores Everywhere- Duuo Storks ri h 9nI1 THE 7Kentucky TTFjT A T iTl -- X 00 n ycnr ai t acknowledged to ljo tho best Focal paper published today Subscribe now nnd cateli the good things it contain this year t rVKi v- J Has lloen Absmit From Homo Our Campton correspondent was ab Â¬ this n larccr circulution in Wolfe Morimu millinni with tho Winchester Rnulc sent from homo for sovoral weeks henco 1891 1892 mill Ilrtmtliltt tlnlii nil oilier hiiiiitm in tint State mid inurchants in Ml Sterling Win Winchester Ky several days since nnd there was no news from that quarter Ho lIiuhUt IiCxiiiLton LouiHvillu and Cincin- - among other things mentioned is the has returned to his post of duty again mtti will fitnl it Tin iiist mkdium through fact that this bank is getting n largo and an interesting lottor from him will ADVERTISING RATES amount of business from tills territory bo found in another column TRANSIENT Advertisements insortcd for less than 3 It was the first bank in that city to ad An Agrocnblo Geiitlemnn inontliH will he 75 cents mi inch for the tlrst vertiso in The Herald and steadily tho Normal and Preparatory School Hon John D Atkinson of Powell 25 cents an inch for each nub volume iiiHcrtion and of business has increased Mr candidato for Senator from this district sequent insertion STALL TllAKSIKNT ADVERTISING MUST Witherspoon the president Mr Hunter Is a question hard to answer FIR8T TERM REGIN8 was tho guest of tho Day House Tues- Â¬ DB PAID IN ADVANCE the cashier and Mr Winn individual But as to who is soiling tho MONDAY SEPTEMBER 7 1891 day He is in tho raco to win is a good STANDING ADVERTISEMENTS 1 inch 7 GO book keeper we believe an all courteous 12 months mixer alive to tho interests of tho dis Â¬ cheapest goods in Hazel Green 12 50 clever and accommodating and all of 3 Inches our trict nnd being in tho samo legislative Kates of Tuition por Month 3 inches is easily told lo 00 people like to deal with them The lat- Â¬ district with Wolfo 1 inches 18 75 and as wo believe ft inches 22 00 ter gentleman is so well known however r woll qualified for tho office ho should C inches 25 00 jj0 Payable onc linlf on entering School rates on larger advertisements that it will bo news to people nbout here receive tho unanimous support of this Liberal the other nt middle of term to say that ho is a clover gentleman Ev- Â¬ made known on application Obituaries tributes of icspect etc 3c a erybody hereabouts likes Phip and wo county line Count six words to the line and send FREE 8CHOLAR8HIP8 A llorrlblo Death aro closing out Low Prices money with the manuscript We will write expect that has a good deal to do with the Any scholars tnkii g first nnd second hon Thcro was a fearful accidont in Potter ors on the completion of their courses in the aro what you want wo havo obituaries and publish at 5 cents a line amount of business that bank gets from Local notices to be interspersed among Academy shall be entitled to a free In his letter to us ho sends county Pennsylvania Monday A vol- Â¬ ship each in Kentucky University suholnr got them reading matter 10 cents n line with a dis this section A frco unteer party of scvcnty fivo men had scholarship in the Academy will lie awarded love to overbody count of 25 per cent where they run a mouth and says ho will or more again visit us this summer when ho been fighting tho forest fires and wcro to one pupil from each of the following Marriage nnd death notices not exceeding mountain counties vie Rrenhitt Clay Elwill receive the same warm welcome as returning homo on a train of flat cam liott Flojd Harlan Johnson Knott Lee ten lines solicited and published pure The train was hemmed in between tho Leslie Letcher Lawrence Martin Mngoftin flllMH FOR KKOUlAIl ADVERTISING heretofore IAYAUMJ QUARTERLY ON DEMAND flames and n log jam nnd in trying to Mcnefee Morgan Owsley Perry Pike Pow SPENCER COOPEK ell and Rowan provided such arrange Address Will Soon Hnve tho Itullronil get through toppled over into tho flames ments have been made for the competitive Hael Green Ky Wo aro going to sell G W Sewell and Capt ChasHcndrie The superintendent of tho rond and six examination bv the common school authorhave been soliciting subscriptions to the ities or with ns shall enable havo got prices to suit hard men were burned to death seven others each student their consent school grades to ANNOIJNCKMKNT of common one thousand dollar bonus asked by Re- Â¬ All we ask is to give are missing and thirty others aro in- Â¬ competo for the scholarship and the appli times We are authorized to announce GEORGE ceiver Kean to complot e K U to Jack- Â¬ cant therefor shall bear n certificate from us a call W DRAKE as a candidate for Sheriff of jured many fatally the examiner that he has obtained the high Most of our citizens have respond- Â¬ Wolfe County subject to action of the Dem- son est mark nttained upon the examination in ocratic party CO ed to the call very promply and only a Home Folks Abroad his county We arc authorized to announce WEEDEN The following items nro copied from little is lacking to complete tho amount HOARDING TONGLETON as a candidate for Sheriff of S All outstanding notes We are arranging to build a Dormitory Wolfe county subject to the action of the Mr Kean promises to finish the road to tho Clay City Chronicle that will accommodate CO boarders and will and accounts must be settled Democratic party Willie Kash Hazel Green is clerking have it ready for occupancy by the opening Jackson by July 15th 1891 at which JAMES K ROBERTS of Lee county is event the money is to be paid The Re- Â¬ for his uncle Sid Mapel of school There will not be nnv more trou at once or you will pay cost a candidate for the State Senate in this the too high board the cost of Misses Lou lie nnd Lillie Day daugh- Â¬ ble about be the lowest possible ceiver also promises to locate tho depot 34th Senatorial district subject to the ac CO 13f3m board will tion of the Democratic party We will be prepared to do better work just across the river from town as near ters of J Taylor Day of Hazel Green We are authorized to announce JOHN S as the topography of the ground will al- Â¬ are tho guests of their cousin Miss Nora njxt session than ever before During the OfiJLJL summer the school will be supplied with JIAHG1S of Jackson as a candidate for low This money raised and we know Mapel at the Central Hotel maps charts globes etc etc State Senator from this the 34th Senatorial EZEL KY on cannot find a better school in the At a meeting of the stockholders of mountains Kentucky district subject to the action of the Demo then just what we are doing The two of Our rates aro low cratic party questions of greatest importance to Jack- Â¬ the Clay City National bank on the 0th tmr methods of teaching Normal we keep We arc authorised t announce JOHN P son will be settled via When will the inst Floyd Day and Dr V Littlepne nhrensi with the tide of education Our pu pils arc our host itdvcrtiscmeut We refer WELLS of Paiutsvillc Johnson county ns cars reach us and whero will tho depot were elected directors and at a meeting you to them a candidate for Senator from this the 34th Hazel tJrrcn is the jx cttiokt town in East be The end of anxiety and suspense of tho directors held en tho samo day Senatorial district subject to the action of ern KenttiiUv tiee Iruin man of ills of the Democratic party Floyd Day was elected vice president seems near Jackf on Hustler railu iv towns and of mote popula to announce JOHN D We are authorized Mr A Porter Lacy who has been en Â¬ tion lie saloons or tho harbor of temptation Will Pay ltetter ATKINSON of Powell countv ns a candi gaged at the store of Floyd Day Co Tho people welcome UrntiferH ami infJu date for State Senator from the 3 1th Sena ences for good are thrown uounrf rteti Tho Mountain Monitor claims for Pike ZfZM ml TOHM ftj TF7iz torial district subject to the action of the for the past few weeks left for Hazel All boarders uiU be under the supci vision is destined to become fa- Â¬ county that it Democratic party i Green yesterday Mr Lacy is a most of the tcaclieid Send for catalogues etc mous for grapes and wine This part of genial courteous f ikiwV gentleman as well as a WM H CORD X r n ir r itv a Mrs Nannie Clark is rapidly convales the country is destined before long to be thorough business man and during his May 8 1891 PRINCIPAL snhtlj 1 cing from her recent attack of measles a veritable vineyard If a colony of Ger- Â¬ short stay among us has made many mans were to settle here we would soon friends who will regret his departure Isaac W Rose the rising young attor- Â¬ see a transformation and all our idoas of ney of May town was a guest at the Day coal iron ores etc however true they I Am tho Man Clock All who desire to make brandy in the fall An order for the commitmentof a prisHouse last Tuesday may be would be as naught to the gold mines that would appear on our hills oner to tho county jail signed by a mng of 1891 will have to give bond in time for MEYER Measles have heen quite an epidemic and Pike county grapes and wines would trnte was presented to jailer Piersall one said bond to be approved by the Collector WITH in our town for some time but are now morning last week by a well dressed col- and notified from office before he can start be world famed his distillery Any person starting before somewhat on the decrease ored man Tho order was as follow being notified of approval of bond will On On n Jaunt To the jailer of Clark county You Joseph Kash who has been confined Spencer Cooper and his better took are commanded to receive into tho jail have his stills nnd brandy seized O JOIU1BI18 IN 0 I will be in Campton tho first Monday in to his room for several days past is again seats in W R Tabors hack last Monday Milton Daniel and there keep him ten July to take all bonds of brandy distillers Hardware able to be on the streets Agricultural Implimints morning and started on a trip for the days At tho expiration of ten days you Come prepnred to make bond can take him out of jail and turn him OLIVER CHILLED PLOWS Services will be held at Maytown next Bluo Grass country whero Mr Cooper loose Said imprisonment is for carrvimr B C NEAL MALTA PLOWS FOSTER STOVE CO Â¬ May 8 2t Sunday 17th inst at 1030 A m and will use his best endeavors to secure pat- a concealed weapon a pistol Deputy Collector COOKS MILLS EVAPORATORS ronage enough to make The Herald This April 29 1891 CHAMPION REAPERS MOWER8 230 P M by Elder J T Pieratt K TYLER JOHN II ROSE STODDARD AND ACME HARROWS S E Reed J P C C brighter and uewsier than over Ho will DOORS AND f ASH A SPECIALTY Miss Mollie Bell ware of Frenchburg also solicit special premiums for the Ha Tho jailer supposing that tho bearer Nob 110 112 Second Street arrived in town Tuesday evening to begin zel Green Fair which will come off this of tho order was n guard sent with the 91 y IRONTON OHIO HAZEL GItEEN KY a course of studies at the Hazel Green fall In the meantime The Herald is in prisoner asked him whero Milton was BQDDjyDDDrDeCifgrl0 Academy charge of the well this accounts for its and was not a little surprised when the answer came I am tho man I am Mil- Â¬ Mr and Mrs J It Trimble of Mt superiority ton Daniel and your prisoner Ho was Sterling have been spending the past What Una llecome of It accordingly locked up nnd is now serv Â¬ AMI week visiting relatives and friends in Ha What is tho matter with tho bras ing out his sentence band It does not seem to be playing as zel Green This is perhnps tho first instance on much at the depot wheu special trains Hbw andJJbjral Terms o as it used to Are the boys get Â¬ record whero a prisoner traveled six miles Miss Lillie Allen of White Oak who arrive ting wind broken Middlesboro Demo- Â¬ alone to deliver himself up to tho punish- Â¬ Wo carry a stock of Iron and Wagon Ma has been a student at the Hazel Green terials of all kinds and give 8peclil attcn taTAddress A J COLE Gen Â¬ ment prescribed for him by the court Academy for some time will return crat tiou to Horse shoeing eral Agent Barbourvillo Ky or It might well be asked what has be- Â¬ Winchester Sun home shortly JOHN O OGDEN Nurseryman come of the Hazel Green band Wo 71y Somerset Ky Experience Proves ItPnys Quito a number of our people will bo have not heard tho boys toot since The man cQoKMrarao30frqaqMrog at Mt Sterling next Monday and all go Prof Busby left Have they become the theory who conducts his business onÂ¬ that it doesnt pay to adverto attend court or the sales Not one of so proficient that further practice is un wimisiinsiTju ky J R Sharp Bruce Trimble TGDenton tise nnd ho cant ffaord it sets up necessary them will attend the show his judgment in opposition to that of all N II WITHERSPOON President DENTON SHARP TRIMBLE Gone to Cincinnati UD HUNTER Cashier tho best business men in the world says John A Taulbee and John II Pieratt MT STERLING KY Mr J Taylor Day accompanied by a well known advertiser left Monday morning for Louisville to With n few 20000000 Havo now a complete lino of help in nominating Democratic candi- his daughters Misses Lula and Lillio years experienco in conducting n small Paid up Capita were in tho city yesterday on routo to tho business on a few Surplus 6000000 dates for tho various State offices thousand dollars capi Â¬ Clothing Hats Boots Shoos Queen City Mr Day has two of the tal he assumes to know more than thou- Â¬ This Rank solicits the account of mer chants farmers traders and business men and Gents Furnishing Goods John D Brady representing Ball War largest stocked mercantile establishments sands of men whoso hourly transactions generally throughout Eastern Kentucky Co field wholesale drugs Ironton in Northeastern Kentucky located at aggregate more offers its customers every than his do inn year and und most liberal terms within facility and Wo solicit an inspection of the the limits of Ohio was interviewing our merchants Hazel Green and at Clay City and has who havo made our goods and guarantee pri Â¬ their millions by pursu- Â¬ legitimate banking octl8ly last Tuesday nnd made his headquarters recently added several car loads of goods ing n courso that ho says doesnt pay to his stock Misses Lula nnd Lillio will at tho Day House Sterling National Bank ces satisfactory and articles as If advertising doesnt pay why is it Mt spend a few days in tho city visitiug that tho most successful recommended merchant of ev Â¬ Tho familiar countenance of A P La-Â¬ MT STERLING KY frionds and shopping Lexington Tran Â¬ ery town largo nnd small aro tho heavi Â¬ DINGFELDER cy is again seen smiling behind the count- Â¬ script 10th WITH est advertisers If advertising doesnt ers at tho old reliable business house of Right Persons for tho 1Inco pay who does tho most business If it Co having returned from Day J T Wo are all greatly elated at tho success doesnt pay to advertise why do tho Clay City Inst Friday CO M of Hazel Green Academy this year un- Â¬ heaviest business firms in tho world 16560 O H Swango who has been dangerous- Â¬ der tho management of brother Cord Ho spend millions in that way Is it because Importers and Jobbers of ly ill with inflammation of tho bowels is and his wife have proven themselves to they want to donatothoso millions of dol- Â¬ LEWIS APPERSON President wo nro glad to state rapidly improving bo tho right persons for tho place II R FRENCH Oashikr I re- Â¬ lars to tho newspaper and magazino pub AND NOTIONS DRY GOODS and wo hopo ero nnothor issue of The joice in this success with those good wo lishers or because they dont know as Mountain business is respectfully solicited Herald reaches our readers to seo him men who aro so arduously endeavoring much about business as the with the assurance that we will treat uverv No6 687 530 and 541 x on tho streets again to contribute their mito to the great work lar storekeeper in n country town who customer fairly of uplifting the raco God bless them says money spent in advertising is -- WeHt Main Street Our Bcattyvillo corrcrpondent has They artmvorthy Apostolic Guide thrown away or donated to tho man to had n severe attack of tho grip which came LOUISVILLE KY whom it is paid Such talk is simply near taking him ofi but lie has been Funeral Sermons SALARY 26 PER WEEK The funeral of G W Swango and Lu ridiculous and it requires more than tho spared and will endeavor to entertain the Wantkd Good Agents to sell oux MT STERLING KY Â¬ readers of The Herald with a regular cinda Swango will bo preached at tho average patience to discuss tho proposiGkneral link of merchandise No o rEDDLiNG Above salary will bk old Baptist church on Stillwater the tion of whether advertising pays or not letter each week in tho future J M IHG8TAFF President Â¬ FOR FUR Â¬ AGENTS PAID TO UVK first Sunday in July by Elders W W with that kind of a man His complaG L KIRKPATRICK Vice President THER INFORMATION ADPREH8 Job Department is kept Caudle II B Crofford and Barney Blan cent self conceit in assuming that ho The Herald V7 W TJI0M80N Cashier OHIOAGO GENERAL SUPPLY moving at an extra hustling gait in tho kenship services commence 178 W Van Buren St Chicago at 10 oclock knows more than the wholo business Unexcel- Â¬ world is laughable and reminds us of effort to keep up with orders All aro invited A M DIRECT0R8 led quality of work reasonable prices tho man who proved that tho world G L KlRKPATBlOK ANDRKW FtSSLKR Subscribe for The Herald Only 1 doesnt revolve by placing a pumpkin on and promptness nro tho factors that keep Printed In Dk R Q Drake J T IIiohland and at lows per year always in advance our wheels turning at all seasous a Btump and watching it all night W T Tylkr office Sm J D Rkad Wo Hazel Green Herald fA ltollublo Concern reCOlVGd II ottnr from n rrnnflnmnn ANNOUNCEMENTS I HAZEL GREEN ACADEMY Who Killed NmttttMMttti 100 150 and 200 HF PIERATT If CO Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ fi In P o Se Â¬ We Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ II F PIERATT Â¬ Â¬ T F P Jeweler Â¬ Â¬ iHgi- Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ -- wsrw NOTICE ir V Â¬ Watches KHry GU8 Â¬ WMBERRC0 TYLER ROSE WACON MAKINC WANTED Â¬ THE WINCHESTER BANK Â¬ Â¬ I Capital 100000 Surplus J ROBINSON Â¬ six-for-a-d- Traders Deposit HORS izBS ti tfmrT rTf - tf -- i w - C - j Hazel Green Herald SPENCER COOPER Editor KY j I Friday vtrW---Tjr- HAZEL GREEN 7 May 15 1891 mrr V j v quotations whiuh must be accurately re corded In practice wherever a speaker makes use of many quotations particu Â¬ larly of poetry or of statistics the sten Â¬ ographer Is always anxious to be sup- piled with the quoted parts Among the very best stenographers tho prac- tlcal impossibility of one writer being able to record the most dlflleult speak ing witli accuracy is bo well recognized that in the most important cases a sys of check notes is always observed so that points which may be missed by one writer will be caught by another This is really not an unusualpractice and it has been found to be absolutely essen Â¬ tial in many cahes ENTERTAIN I NGTRTFLES Â¬ SHORTHAND WHITING ti The Inoompotonoo of Somo For eons to Loam It Very Few of tho Many Who Undertake the Study Kver Ilocomo Proficient Horace Grooloy nnd the Stenographer h ft 1 f fff 41 WJ ra if s i It W v- v-- and by thoso who dont concerning the possibilities and actual achievements of shorthand writing Not long ago an olderly woman accompanied by a child of apparently about thirteen years of ago appeared before a justico at the Jefferson Market police court and told a pitiful talc She said that she was a widow and that the child was her only daughter that in order to procure some employment for the girl she had been induced to send her to a school of type Â¬ She had paid writing and shorthand to tho professor sixty dollars of her hard earnings and had beon informed and believed that at the conclusion of a few months tuition this child would be ablo to earn a fair salary Tho pro- Â¬ fessor however had failed to carry out his agreement and at the conclusion of the tuition she found herself witli her money gone and no probability of the fulfillment of the promises which had been made to hor She was informed by tho justico that if she had any remedy at all it was in a civil buit for damages for breach of contract Tho experience of this child says the Now York Sun is but a repetition of the experiences of by far the larger number of thoso who attempt to learn shorthand writing It is a fact that but a very fow of those who begin to learn ever succeed in becoming competent stenographers The experience detailed saraphicatfy and amusingly by Charles Dickons in the story of David Copper field which Is said to bo in fact the exporienco of Dickens himself is a fair sample of the difllculties with which Few per- Â¬ tho loarner has to contend requisite perse sons indeed liavo tho verance to continue the much needed practico in tho face of discouraging re- Â¬ sults which Is essential before pro ficiency can possibly bo reached Many of these failures might have been predicted from the start because of tho utter disqualification of tho learner on account of the lack of the preliminary study and training and knowledge which are necessary to It mako a competent stenographer must bo borno in mind that the sub Â¬ jects which may possibly be presented for accurato roporting comprise the en tiro flold of human knowledge There Is no department of science literature or art which may not somo time or other appear in tho courso of speeches of arguments of lectures of briefs of dissertations of dobatcs or of dictation There is of courso no stenographer who is so thoroughly familiar witli the vocabulary ovon of his own language In all departments of study as to bo able on tho spur of tho momont to report ac curately all kinds of scientific mutter Thero are in fact but very few of the most reliable stenographers In this or ny other country who can bo relied upon to give a verbatim report of a How futile how scientific congress foolish must it bo than for mere chil Â¬ dren fdr persons without oven tho rudimentary elements of education to undertake to qualify themselves for such a business And yet there are shorthand schools and professors of shorthand that take tho money of pupils who at Â¬ tempt this Impossible task when it is known at tho beginning that tho money so oxponded is really thrown away by the pupils It was related of tho lato Horace Grooloy that upon ono occasion an in compotont stenographer waB employed by him to tako at dictation a political speech Mr Grooloy talked away with groat earnestness and volubility upon a subject with which ho was entirely familiar using tho names of many prominent public men in tho present and past generation referring to vari- Â¬ ous publio measures of tho times until he had reeled off as he supposed u con Â¬ siderable address It so happened that tho stenographer was thoroughly un Â¬ familiar with about evory subject of which the groat philosopher had treated aud his manuscript when presented for review proved to bo so crowded with er- Â¬ rors and omissions and misspelling of names and misapprehension of what Mr Oreoloy had said that it was entirely useless and with that force for which Mr Oreeloy was ronowncd among thoso who knew him the founder of the Tribune exclaimed What the douce 1 eieaoyraphy worth Tkere are limits to shorthand Evory fco4eHt stenographer Will admit that no phtfm ta ahie to report the most rapid spekev or to follow with aeewracy an argument vbleh eosjsts of many refer-Nece toftoiMitifto hooks and contains Â¬ ten and talked both by those who know Tlioro a good deal of nonsense writ- Â¬ for divorce from Ids wife because she would notgo anywhere with him but insisted on his remaining at homo to tako caro of things A defendant in a New York court confessed that he was tho most notorious liar in the world I cant help it I would rather toll a lie than not An Atchison woman recently foil in love with and married a widower for no other reason she says than that he took such good care of his first wifes grave Mils J A McDonald of Traverse City M ich made her husband a Christ- Â¬ mas prebcnt a little too realistic to al low of his ever forgetting it She pre Â¬ sented him with triplets two girls aud one boy each a screaming success One day in October just when a New Jersey fisherman had broken his last hook a school of fish passed along which lie estimated to be twenty miles long and two broad and packed so closely that they crowded each other out of water A no belonging to Dick Walker of Jcsup Gu had the misfortune to meet with an accident which caused the loss of a leg The humane and ingenious Diclc constructed a cork leg for the missing member and the pig limps con- Â¬ tentedly around on it John Maiiks an operative in a New- Â¬ ark foundry was caught on a shaft and whirled around it i2 17 times be fore any one biiw him and had tho en Â¬ gine stopped John did the counting himself aud says its right though he wus somewhat rattled by tho speed Something happened at Belle Plains Kan tho other day which never oc- Â¬ curred before and never will again A vomon in that town gave a tramp an old vest and in a short time he re- Â¬ turned and handed her a ten dollar bill which lie found in one of the pockets Â¬ i A man In Missouri bucs Â¬ s Lima are proverbial for their beauty says a Lima letter Such large liquid soulful eyes such rosebud lips aud pearly teeth such dainty hands and feet and rounded arms and graceful ligures it would bo hard to find so commonly anywhere else on the earth A com- Â¬ paratively few of the most wear modern hats and bonnets for state occasions but tho vast major- Â¬ ity still cover their glossy black tresses LITTLE CONFIDENCES with the lace mantilla or black manta of silk or woolen The latter is the The trousseau for the infant son of only correct thing for church wear Emmons Blaine cost 31700 among young and old rich and poor Thk personal estate of tho Due de and a bonnet would no more be allowed Montponsier has been sworn at nearly during service than a gentleman at the 11000000 North would bo expected to come to the Mas Chandler the widow of Zach communion altar with his hat on his ariah Chandler is erecting a beautiful head But the mantas are no longer house in Washington put on as formerly so that only one Thk Czar is tho all living eye of tho wearer is visible but are dis- Â¬ landed proprietors largest ofan estate owning posed with more or less coquettish ef Â¬ which is nearly equal in area to the fect and aro vastly more becoming to whole of France the Castilian type of beauty than the The White House children are not so most elaborate triumphs of French mil- Â¬ old as they are usually thought to bo linery llaby McKco is three years old and his sister Mary is only two Killed by a KIm About two years ago I was requested Miss Florence Windom the daughter to investigate a caso of sudden death of the Secretary is moro than an am- Â¬ says a writer in tho New York World ateur artist She has been studying in I had often heard of persons dying of Boston for somo time and has done fright but I was not prepared to be- Â¬ work which critical judges have pro- Â¬ lieve it Upon being conducted into nounced more than ordinary tho parlor I was informed by tho owner Mrs Garfield is said to be overa well known merchant that his daugh Â¬ whelmed by her correspondence ter had died under peculiar circum- Â¬ Letters como to kor from ovory part of stances She had arisen in good health tho country and on every conceivable and spirits Whilo she was seated at topic Evory communication she re- Â¬ the table talking with her mother her ceives is given careful attention and brother who was about to leave for frequently a pleasant letter of somo business came up behind her stealth- Â¬ length is sont in answer ily and kissed her full in tho mouth be Â¬ Mrs May French Sheldon who is fore she was awaro who it was Tho to lead an expedition to tho Congo in girl screamed sunk back in a dead Stanleys footsteps is a physician of no faint and when she was brought to mean ability and has also won a repu- Â¬ went into convulsions and died before tation as an author and sculptor She medical attondanco could arrive The has an enviable position in literary and whole family were of a nervous temper Â¬ scientific circles in London where her ament very excitable and subject to husband is tho manager of an American hysteria The autopsy showed that tho banking house girl had been perfectly healthy Death the Maharajah oi naroua owns a was undoubtedly duo to a nervous carpet about 10 foet by 0 mado entirely shock of strings of pearls with center and corner pieces of diamonds This III Idea of It carpet took three years to wcavo and Aunt Furby Lowe How thin that It was mado by the olty chap looks that s staying over to cost 200000 got back ordor of Khando Rao who designed it tho Smiths Thoy say ho jest to bo a present for a Mohamedan lady from Europe Uncle Si Lowe I should think ho who had fascinated him would look thin of hos bon over there CARE OF CUT FLOWERS I stayed at one o them thero European Always uso ono kind of flowers for hotels in tho city V other day ami thoy mo two dollars a day and I each room at a reception charged A pinch of sulphato of ammonia didnt got a blto to eat tho hull time placed in tho water in a hyacinth glass Rick -just when tho flowor splko is rising Not In Style will dissolve instantly and cause tho Mrs DoStyle That cloak is just love- Â¬ flowers to como larger and finer than ly so soft and warm Is it fashion- usual able Flowers may bo kopt vory fresh over Dealer No maam its called tho night if thoy aro excluded entirely from Common Scnso cloak tho air To do this wot them thorough- Â¬ Mrs DeStylo with a sigh Lot mo ly put in a damp box and cover see your Parisian shoulder capes N wot raw cotton or wet newspaper with then Y Weekly place in a cool spot ultra-fashionable Itcuutlful Women of Peru As all the world knows the women of from it and widening out into the stream below bo as to compel the fish from quite a width of the river to come that way The current of course turns tho wheel which is so scived with wire that when the mighty paddles go down any thing of size that comes that way is at once lifted out of the water Now tho salmon is no happy-go-easfish It will not lloat with the current but Instead over goes against it sometimes too at the rate of twenty miles an hour So drawn In by this fence inclosure battling with a five or six mile current they rush into the wire cages of this revolving wheel and are lifted out of the water This wheel is so arranged with troughs on a slant be Â¬ tween the paddles that the fish are dropped into a large tank through the apertures of which tho water runs free ly And this tank is so fixed with pul- Â¬ leys that whenever desired it can be lifted above the river and the water immediately running out tho fish are readily killed and then taken in boat loads to the canning factory Thero aro beveral of these wheels to each factory And looking into one of these factories I saw a largo room pos- Â¬ sibly forty feet square covered a foot or two deep with fish waiting patiently to be put through the necessary pro cesses and get safely housed in cans With one of thoso wheels so 1 was told by a boss fisherman they took out last spring in twenty four hours 102 000 pounds When 1 was there the best of the season was passed but even then they were doing a lively business One salmon then taken would measure about four feet in length but the most of them that were being Hopped over would weigh from five to twenty pounds The smaller ones they do not desire and so the sieves on the wheel are made sufficiently coarse to let them through and they fell back into the current to be picked up again some future day when grown to respectable and paying size There were pointed out to me several varieties of the salmon some of which for instance the dog and white are either discarded altogether or traded off for trinkets to the Indians Hut when not being watched tho tempta- Â¬ tion must be considerable to make good market of them all The blue black and the dark and spotted varieties have the finest grain and flavor and so are the most prized Hut many a salmon that is eaten and relished in Chicago would not be served in Portland But since all can not live in Oregon it is well that with this dish people are not over dainty for when ignorance is bliss tis folly to be wise y AT THE FISH CANNERIES A Description of the Wheels with Which tho hM Are taURlit When on the Columbia river Inst summer writes a correspondent of the Chi Â¬ cago Inter Ocean I saw thoso wonder Â¬ ful fish wheels by which the fine sal Â¬ mon of that magnificent river are tocon Ono whiuh I examined particularly while in operation was thirty six feet in diameter with the other measurements in proportion It was permanently placed in its settings near the shore with a sort of fence running Â¬ Â¬ and was riding leisurely along when bhe espied an enormous panther imme- Â¬ diately in front of her crouched in the short prairie grass ready for a fatal spring With admirable presence of mind Miss Collier seized the lariat hanging at her saddle bow and with great dexterity the animals neck was encircled with the deadly coil At a word from its mistress the pony which Miss Collier was riding sprang away at a gallop dragging the savage but help- Â¬ less monster to its death Upon bo coming satisfied that the animals life was extinct the young lady undid the rope from the pommel of her saddle leaving the panther stretched upon the prairie behind her Proceeding on her way to school she met John Perry In company with several cowboys and re- Â¬ lated the story They went to the spot where tho dead panther lay and pro- Â¬ ceeded to denude it of its hide which will be made into a robe and presented to the young lady The panther weighed two hundred and ten pounds SHE WANTED TO UK SURE DEED OF A GIRL MNs Drugged u How u Slxlon-Vrnr-Ol- d lluithcr to Dciith A most remarkable story of frontier bravery the heroine being Miss Paulino Collier a young lady sixteen years of ago comes from Childress a new town in the Pan handle country this State says a letter from San Antonio Tex Miss Collier Is a pupil in the Childress district school and although she lives ten miles from that town bhe makes the trip back and forth each day on a spirited Texan pony One morning last week she left home nt an early hour BRAVli 4 Et PROSPECTUS FOR 1801 It lias iilwuvs been our ambition to make Golden Hoiits the best young peoples paper in the world and wo shall in the future continue to do 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TRATIONS AND EX- Â¬ only fooling I wish youd say so QUISITE TYPO-Â¬ Puck GRAPHICAL APPEAR- Â¬ Â¬ SCIENTIFIC FIELDS The revelations of the microscope are far more important to humanity than telescopic discoveries Inventive Age Nautilus shells are being picked up on tho coast at Portland Victoria They live in the shallow Pacific seas about coral reefs The size of an adult Englishmans head is said to average No 7 The heads of Portuguese average from 0 to 7 those of Spaniards are a little larger and those of Japanese exceed the English average Germans have round heads Malays small ones Altiiouoii the thickness of the fiber of the finer furs has never been properly gaged it will be a source of some satis Â¬ faction to know that the diameter of tho human hair varies from the 250th to the 000th part of an inch while the fiber of the coarsest wool is about the SOOth and the finest about the 1500th part of an inch Dr Carl Eiuenmann has been col- Â¬ lecting fish In San Diego for some years 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O Gaps Gloves Straw Â¬ A very pretty young schoolmarm in a public school not a thousand miles from CHARLEY SHIVELY WITH Long Branch saw a mouse run across the class room floor oue day last week Co Louchheim Scholars said bhe a mouso is In the room Do not be frightened Wholesale Clothing Tho lit- Â¬ LOUIS VI LLK KY tle girls all tightened their skirts around their legs and tho eyes of tho little boys Branch of Philadelphia np25ly glistened with suppressed excitement Dont anvbodv lin nfrn l cnll AY HOUSE young schoolmarm but heavens just Hazel Green iv then tho mouso dashed across tho iloor MllS Init TiAV Prnm lntrKSS lowaru ner ana sho mado a frantic leap This house has heen recently refitted anil to tho ton of a bench Tim mm i juiriiiiiuiiium me laoiuuaiau uiiicaour out of the door and in time tho tronv Dlild With tho hPKt in tlin mnrket Itatt bllng teacher descended and taught roitttniiuliin UIWIIIIIU Mill llllilllll l MM Kill U mil w school again -- N Y Sun cial rateu to commercial men Patronage is She Weakened Paint St AND UMBRELLAS CH I LLICOTIIK Julius D -- J i 111 itn1 -- v S respectfully oolicited aUy Xh l V TTr CfST v TF f i JJf v ftr wtji J WHEN TO GIVE Tlio Only Sure Way of Having Ones nana Curried Out There tiled tho other day in Now York an old merchant who had been always conspicuous for intelligently directed energy in business and for simplicity of living Ho wns not put down on tho short list of the great millionaires nor even on that longer one of men who though not millionaires were still very wealthy The modesty of his living had placed him on the list of tho fairly well to do His success in business his unostentatious life his high character as a man a citizen and a merchant nil testified to his good sense judgment and ability When his will wns opened says the Philadelphia Ledger it was found that he died the possessor of several millions variously estimated at from six to ten it was also found that he had devised a very large part of his fortune to a num- Â¬ ber of colleges and had done it in the case of each of them in such a free and intelligent manner as to again demon btrato his good senso and sound judg- Â¬ ment He did not as so many do make a one sided ante mortem bargain with the recipients of his bounty that they should use it in the erection of buildings or in the endowment of chairs or in any other way leading to the perpetuation of his name and his charitable disposition He made no bargain nt all with them but ordered the various bequests to them to bo used as in the judgment of the colleges should to them seem best Wise and generous as he was in giving well he lacked the wisdom of giving timely Like so many others who have greatly desired that the wealth accumu- Â¬ lated by them should go to the helping of the world ho intrusted the work of distribution to executors instead of do- Â¬ ing it himself The result is tho rather common one his will is contested is if possible to bo set abide and his be- Â¬ nevolent purposes arc to be defeated Had he himself done in life that which he directed hiscxecutors to do when he was dead he would have had the assur- Â¬ ance that it was certainly and well done The great schools the usefulness of which ho desired to increase would have had their usefulness increased be- Â¬ yond all pcradventurc and his light of charity would have so shone before men as to serve as an example and an in Â¬ centive to others to emulate it As it is his purposes of well doing may all be frustrated and the millions which he wished should and which he anticipated would be employed in extending the beneficial influences of enlightened edu Â¬ cation may be spent in costly legal con- Â¬ tention or otherwise less profitably than he who wrought for them intended they should be spent To give most surely every man should himself give and give timely during his own active life to the end that his designs shall not be set aside THE ZAMBESI RIVER depuront Hostcttcra Stomach Bitters affords tho rheumatic a reliable menus of relief Check tho malady in its incipi ent stages when tho first premonitory twinges co mo on with this agrccnblo medicino and avoid years of torture Whatever bo tho rationale of tho activo influence of tho Bitters upon this malady certain it is that no eyidenco relating to its cficct is moro direct and positivo 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 bo abandoned becauso not at onco remedial It is equally efficacious in dyspopsia indigestion and kindred diseases Â¬ Â¬ Ashland Park Stallions for 1891 BERMUDA four-year-ol- cosy to pay fifteen hundred dollars for a bath tub in these days says tho New York Sun For seven hundred dollars or eight hundred dollars tho makers now offer tubs of iron faced with por- Â¬ celain and then boxed around with mar- Â¬ ble in such a woy that to all appear- Â¬ ance the whole tub Is carved out of the beautiful stono But if you want to bathe elegantly and have fifteen hun Â¬ dred dollars to spare you may buy a bath tub all marble outsido and raised at one end to a height of ten feet to ac- Â¬ commodate a shower spray in a tall marble tower that is open at tho end toward the rest of the tub If you put this in your bath room and cover the walls and floor with glazed tiles and set up a cheval glass seven feet high in which to look at yourself whilo you bathe you will be quite in the fashion and out twenty five hundred dollars at the least Hows This We offer One Hundred Dollars reward for any case of catarrh that cannot be cured by taking Halls Catarrh Cure CO Props F J CHENEY It Latent Fad In JUath Tuba is quite possible indeed it is very Yearling exhibition 239 224tf record 229J record 222 third hent 220 K fourth heat trial 217 Black horse 15 hands 3 inches high foal cd June 15 1883 Bred at Ashland Park Sired by BANKER 4144 Own brother to Lysandcr slro of Lysandcr William Kearney Watt 224 Nov 220 250M LyBttndor Chief 1G40 First dam Pnttie Patchcn trial 238 grandma of Chestnut Wilkes 220 by Mnnibrlno Patchcn sire of tho dams of Guy Wilkes 215K Astral 218 Rosa Wilkes 218K ElHouri 217 and vira 2185 Cleora 218 29 others in the 230 list Second dam Mnndy by Stanhopes Blood Hawk slro of dnm of Ahnont i27K and Alcy Wilkes 22G tf Third dam Pattic by Downlngs Vermont sire of the dam of Enigma 220 Mumbrino Ilruce 240K sire of Kit Curry 2185 Bell Wilson 225 Gills Vermont sire or Hon n cr Boy 223 and slro of the dams of Abel Nelly L 224K Col Brndshaw 220 223K Gambetta 220 Tho King 229K Outlaw 220K Pearl 230 Fourth dam Jesse by Thomas Jefferson Be Is a beautiful black with right hind nnklc white stands 15 hands high and in a perfect horse all over having both bone nnd substance combined with tho form nnd finish characteristic of the cross he so well represents viz Hnmbletouinn sire nnd Mum brino Pntchen dnm This cross stands ns tho very best because public performances hnvc demonstrated its value Of its many representatives not ono is the superior of Bermu da for not one has demonstrated tho name ability to train on lrom year to year begin ning in the yearling form none are better bred or better looking As a sire ho is of course untried his first colts being fouled in 1889 now yearlings Judged nt this age no stallion ever sired more uniform natural gnited colts with speed unprecedented He will Btnnd for marcs season of 1801 nt 200 TO INSURE the 100 at the money to be paid ns follows time of service and the other 100 when the mare proves in foal Being limited to 30 out side mnres pnrtics wishing to breed to him had better book their mares early two-year-o- ld 5874 ld FAYETTE WILKES 203 Trial Oct Bay horse 3 D WEST CLOUD 5195 31 d five-year-o- ld A 1880 223 Out of tho dnm of Blaok Cloud 217 slro out of the dam of Wilson 216 Bay horse foaled March his Â¬ 15 hands inches high foal ed May 3 1878 The handsomest boh of his great sire nnd the handsomest of nny trotting bred horse in the United States Â¬ Ashland Park 188 1 Bred t 35S8 Sired by ABDALLAH WEST 8lro of Wilkin 227 First dam tho dnm of Blaok Cloud 217k by Tllot Walker pacer Second dam tho Cluko pacing mare Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ West 1st dam Miss Coons dam of WlUon by Clnrk Chief 2d dam Ohio by 210 Slro of Hnrry Wilkes 213J4 Guy Wilkes American Clay 3d dam brought from Ohio Wil and represented to bo by Browns Bellfoun 215K Mike Wilkes pacer 215 son 2105 So So 217K Wilcox pacer dcr Abdallah West died at six years old 210K5 ltosa Wilkes 218K Wilton 219tf He wns the most promising colt ever bred Joo Bunker 210K Flora Wilkes pneor West Cloud is a ri6h mahogany bay 15 2 Tom Kogers 220 etc hands 2 inches with black mano and tall and blnok legs extending above knees and hocks He is a powcrftuly built liorso for First dam Sally Hamlet winner of Hamlet Stakes in 1875 by Hamlet his height nnd has tho most finished set of A V Pantllnd feet and legs its possible to get on a horso slro of Lorcttn F 218 he gave Lady M 223 of nny breed As a 220K Truro pneer 222 Lcontino 223K BrookBido Flora 229 nnd evidence of being possessed of remarkable the dams of Thornlcss 218K Cyclone speed as with little handling ho trotted a 223 M Granby225M Graceful 225 and half mile in 118 1 5 and miles in his work in 240 At three years old ho was not HnmlotUi 229M trained owing to a very severe attack of Second dam Sal dam of Coarser 220K Cap pink He also done no work on the As a tain Clay Driftwood and grnudnm oi Mar track as a lowe pacer 215 by Canada Chief sire ho was jogged and trained lightly moro for of dams of Governor 230 nnd Joo Hook the purpose of ascertaining if ho was entire ly recovered than with n view of testing his cr Blre of Maud Maccy 217 etc speed In a few months ho trotted a full Third dam tho dam of Sofo that produced mile in 238 nnd half in 115 This season Blanche 22514 by imp Yorksliiic sire 1890 he served a few marcs of my own and of dam of Ashland Chief sire of Black was not put to work until September and Cloud 217 his improvement was moBt remarkable Ho Â¬ Sired by Georgi Wilkes 222 Note Abdallah West 2583 by Allie m I mi i two-year-o- ld two-year-o- ld Â¬ cc Â¬ four-year-ol- d five-year-o- ld Â¬ repeatedly trotted halves In 110 and I am fully convinced he will with a seasons train ing trot in 220 I will let him serve 20 mares 1891 outside of ten of my own at Tho fee of Fayette Wilkes Is within the season of 0O THE SEASON money duo at timo reach of ail anil lower than that of utiy of service or before removal of marc The horse of equal merit in Kentucky usual return privllcgo is given to return mare in 1892 should she not get in foal SEASON SIOO Fourth dnm by Woodpecker thoroughbred ten miles in 2808 sire of Prince 227 Toledo Ohio Marcs bred by the season not proving in foal havo the UBiial privilege of return I breed sound highly finished trotters and havo We tho undersigned have known F for sale high bred colts and fillies out of producing dams by a greater number of prominent sires than nny farm in tho land For on information seo For i J Cheney for tho Inst 15 years and be sale at prices based can actual individual merit Mnresfurther nt regular rates rj Ji Tnranv ASlllSllQ lulKf LtXIIlglQili Rjfi be had on application kept Di catalogues which IiilAuTj ArMinrl lieve him perfectly honorable in nil busi ness transactions and financially able to Official Directory of Wolfe County carry out any obligations made by their -firm West Truax Wholesale Druggists CIRCUIT COURT Ohio Toledo II C Lilly Judge Meets second MonÂ¬ Waldino Kinnan Makvin Wholeday in January and July sale Druggists Toledo Ohio J P Marrs CoutmmiwcnlthH Attorney AT THIS OFFICE J N Vaughn Trustee of Jury Fund Halls Catarrh Cure is tnken internal- Â¬ W F Elkins Clerk of Circuit and Com ly acting directly upon the blood and NOTEHEADS in on Picas Court mucous surfaces of the system Testi Â¬ J F Vansant Deputy Clerk LETTERHEADS B H B t aaaa 75c per bottle monials sent free Price BILLHEADS COMMON PLEAS COURT Sold by all druggists al7m S II Patrick Judge Meets 2nd Monday STATEMENTS in February and August She EHCttpcd SALE BILLS A T Combs Master Commissioner The owner of a cottage on National MINUTES Â¬ ranraut MONEY 4eJ0B9 Â¬ 111 aaUlTWall K IraMI f I I It Has IJccn Found Navigable by Largo Ocean Vessels known that the Zam- Â¬ besi river is the third or fourth largest river in Africa In its central and up-Â¬ per portions however it can not be nav Â¬ igated on account of rapids nnd falls Its lower course also has not been available for navigation from the sea because as far ns was known not one of the streams which form its delta could be navigated by a seagoing vessel Two years ago Mr Daniel Rankin surprised geographers by reporting that the Chinde mouth of the Zambesi coxild bo traversed at all states of the tide by ocean vessels The news was received with considerable incredulity says the New York Sun but Rankin was known to be a careful man and his report upon his discovery was exhaustive and seemed He surveyed tho to be conclusive Chinde river and his map was widely published On the recent expedition of n II Johnston he proved the accuracy of He ascended the Rankins report Chinde mouth of the Zambesi in a steamer drawing thirteen feet of water and had no difficulty at all in reaching the main river Her Majestys ship Stork in which he made this journey is certainly the largest vessel that has yet been on tho Zambesi Ho left the Stork whon she had steamed forty miles up the river as it was not deemed ad Â¬ visable to take her beyond tho tidal in- Â¬ fluence Tho rest of his journey up the Zambesi and Shiri rivers was made in small boats The old route to tho Shiri was along tho Juaqua river from Quilimane a journey requiring several days of tedious travel in canoes until they reached Mo nea whore the Qunqua is separated from tho Zambesi by threo miles of Hat and swamp At this point all tho goods had to bo carried overland to tho Zam Â¬ bezi involving a great deal of work Now Mr Johnston says the trip which formerly required seven days from tho sea to tho mouth of the Shiri river can be made by steamer on tho Chinde and Zambesi in threo days and small ocean going vessels can travel from Europe and ponotrate Africa for a considerable distance in this direction It has therefore been discovered that tho Zambesi will bo more useful to com Â¬ merce than was supposed It has long been Any and everything nt tho lowest prices ench month Quarterly Court Tuesday after surprised when she led off with I think I may have to give up the 1st Monday in March June September and can be earned at oor NEW line of wnrh rapidly and honorably by thou of December cottage unless you put on a fire es- Â¬ either ci Tounjror old and In their Joseph C Lykins County Attorney own loralitlrewhereTt rthry lle Any cape on ran do work turn Court Clerk James II ilollon A fire escape Why maam of Wa fnmlih ererythloir We Hart yon theNo rlak 1 Eur to devote on tin C C Hanks Sheriff your epara momenta or all your time to Ih work Thl lun what use would such a thing be up entirely new Ira0an1 bring wonderful tureen la every wt iker T F Stamper Jailer Ileetnnrp are earning from ft tof eOperwrekeud upward there II N Horton School Superintendent and mora after a Utile einerlenc We tan funalili you Ibc em Full plnyment eiplaln teach To save our lives of course Sup- Â¬ lufurtnatlonaudIUKK you rHKK So apace toAllilBTA here INK J F Iclfrey Coroner Mi iK 11 K 1s tlO W G W Crewcy Assessor pose a fire should start in the night Q II Lacy Surveyor when we are asleep Well JUSTICES OF THE PEACE DO YOU WANT TO SAVE J There is no fire escape FROM 25 to 50 CENTS ON EVERY 1 S P Murphy Wednesdny District But couldnt you open the front or DOLLAR YOU SPEND If bo white after 2nd No Monday in March June Septem sldo doors and walk out for ouit Illustrated Catalogue ber and December A B Lnndrum Iriday The doors 3rd containing illustrations and prices afternnd Monday in March June Septem Yes or If cut off from them there December of everything manufactured inÂ¬ ber arc windows within four feet of the the United States at manufactur District No 2 A F Johnson Thursday ground 10000 ILLUSTRATIONS ers PRICES after 2nd Monday in March June Septem I I see sho stammered Yes I ALL LINE8 REPRESENTED CATALOGUE ber and December J II Vest Saturday think wo could I never thought of it MAILED FREE ON APPLICATION after 3rd Monday in March June September nnd Descmbcr before but it looks reasonable and Ill ADDRE88 Good day risk it Detroit Free CHICAGO GENERAL SUPPLY CO District No 3 W B Duff Friday niter Press No 178 Webt Van Buren St 2nd Monday in March Juno September and CHICAGO ILL December L M Brown 4th Monday in To Ncrvourt Doullltnttd Men March June September mid December you will send us your address we If District No 4 P It Legg Saturday aft will mail you our illustrated pamphlet er 2nd Monday in March June September c2 3 5 all about Dr Dyes Celebra- Â¬ explaining and December Isaiah Spencer Tuesday c o V S ted Electro Voltaic Belt and Appliances after 4th Monday in March June Septem o S a ber and December and their charming effects upon the ner- Â¬ vous debilitated system and how they Distiict No r Preston Ilollon 3rd Mon day in March June September nod Decemwill quickly restore you to vigor and 2 ber David Hunks Friday after 1st Monday Z 3 Pamphlet free If manhood health in March June September and December you aro thus afflicted wo will send you S Roso Tuesday after District No Q Belt and Appliances on a trial 3rd Monday in March June September nnd December M 15 Ollnlr Saturday after Voltaic Belt Co MarshallMich Â¬ avenue received a call from the female tenant the other day and was greatly COUNTY COURT S M Tutt Judge Meets 1st Monday in GOLD DUST I This combined young stallion will mako the season of 1801 at our stables in Hazel Green Ky and will servo mares at TEN 10 TO INSURE A LIVING DOLLA1U COLT money due when the mare foals with a lieu on the colt until tho money Is paid or if the marc is parted with or bred to another horse the money is then due Dkhuriiticn and Pedigree GOLD DUST is G years old the 28th day of May 1801 10 hands high n beautiful chestnut with star and white hind feet beautiful mane nnd tail His power style and action arc unsurpnHsed He was sired by Senator Blnokburn he by Dillard Dud lev he by John Dillard the grundsire of Phil Thompson record 210 Erie McCloud and Nick with records better than 225 His dnm was sired by the Phillips Irorao tho sire of Blue Jeans he by Gcu Taylor ic Also nt the same stables will be found the 1 Â¬ Â¬ ii elegantly bred young trotting stallion i Â¬ Post Boy Jr frmmswoooooommcmmw Dkhcuiition and Prdiqrkr 0tC0 i Â¬ who will servo alimlted number of apprdved iimrcM at 10 TO INBUIiK A IIVINO COLT on the same terms as above Â¬ Â¬ ffe cently had a silver watch and chain In Its mouth Tho watch had evidently lain in tho water for years as tho steel portions crumbled to dust whon touched Its presence in tho Balmons mouth Is accounted for by tho fact that salmon at this time of tho year will eagerly bite at any bright object and the watch and chain had been caught by tho net dragging o tho bottom As it was hauled in It attracted tho atten tion of the salmon and ho took it in - BROWNS IRON Bl ITERS A Fish That Carried a Watch A salmon taken at Astoria Ore re- Â¬ POST BOY Jit was sired by Post Boy record 213 he by Magio slro of Cleuunio G 215 Alloc Stoner 224 Mystery 220 Ac dam Mollio Emery sired by Strath more sire of Santa Clans 217 Tucker 210 Cricket 210 Adonis 211K Bind 1st Monday in March Juno September nnd colon 210 Sister V 218K I Hummer 210 December Charles Derby 220 Faustina 220 Bou District No 7 Kilns Shockcy Wednes nio Wihnore222H Blnzcberry221and day after 3rd Monday in March June Sep a number of others in the 230 list POST Is beautiful chestnut with no tember and December H Q Homo 2nd BOY Jllyearsa old May 15th 1801 15 hands marks 0 Monday in March June September mid De 3 inches high and gives prornUe of being cember heard from lit the future among trotters District No 8 J M Burton Thursday Any one who Is familiar with Sinners Post after 3rd Mondny in March June Septem Boy will readily recognize Post Boy Jr And last but not least will be found at ber nnd December W B Vnnelcnve Tues day after 2nd Monday in Murch June Sep tho same stables the well known and highly appreciated jack tember nnd December Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ fetSMa W 03 aKaa 0 1 CAMPTON POLICE COURT Dr J II Stamper Judge Court third Monday in each mouth J P Hall Marshal tf I John Morgan i MfCures Indigestion FaT rhysl rln NervoumiM nnd Genoral Iteimlty it Genuine rluiu recommend It All dealers tscll on wrapper has trade mark and crossed ml lines Dlllousncu Dyspepsia MbJ COURT I S Oodsey Judge Court Friday after 3rd Monday in March June September and December J W Howerton Marshal HAZEL GREICN POLICE Through tho Wenry Mourn Of ninny n night inndo doubly long by its protracted agony tho rheumatic sufÂ¬ ferer tosses to nnd fro on his Hleeplctw couch vninly praying for that rest which only comes by fits nnd starts His mal Â¬ ady is ono which ordinary medicines too often fall to roliove but thero is nmplo ovidenco to prove that tho cfllcient blood When It is desirable to keep cut flowers for some time they should not be sot in water but thoroughly wet wrapped closely in paper laid in a pasteboard box and set in a cold place Tho Ice box is a tho colder the bettor good place or In lieu of that a very cool cellur 11LOOD er FOR Malaria iV WeaknessTHE Indigestion Dillousne iko LEE CITY POLICE COURT There is no record Clay Hone Marshal of who is Polico Judge nor when cqurt is u J3 held who will servo marcs nt 10 TO INSUBE A LIVING COLT on same terms as above described This Jack has no superior aa a good breeder ItSuAll care will be taken to prevent ac Â¬ cidents but we will not be responsible should they ocottr J T fe P DAY WJ Henderson Thos 6EITZ WITH WH01KBALU Snuirlllllaforluntehavabeennuaeat Auiln work fur ui by Anna feaaa and Jno llonn Toledo lido Old Papers FOR SALE AT THIS OFFICE 25 for 10c Q0 Son aad ICt h L aiut rut w iiw uvr nwme vi month You eaudo the work and lle j juu rl Hume viirver earnlnrf rlnueraaraeailly raraHaL -- lfch m atiaM7 y 6a and atari aiipava It cures quickly BMdiclno Oct the genuine For sale by all dealer In ASHLAND KY HMuUUACaHoxritVtrUuiawMla aaaprewwew or all Ilia lima Hlf money fur work era ratluro unknown amonftarm liinniiiiiiT Caa work In mm ra h from Ia to - for 100 for nu 16o 35c rrr auiiwnMuarriiiramtfran but com jarDont wait until git tnwn they are nil go now t t i S- i- KTJH Ilnll hnvo finished making Center and nro now burning the brick for tho jnil nnd will conunenco laying up tiio Editor walls fiomo titno next wcok SPXKOER COOPER Tho foundation for tlio now jnil ia pro HAZEL GREEN KY Iay 15 1891 gressing rapidly under tho skillful man agement of John Davis of llazol Oreen MMHMMHHMHMHMMMMIMMMWMHaHl Tiio plastering on tlio lower room of G T Ccnteru mammoth Htoro building is ncaring completion Wo desiro to return thanks to 8 S Comba for favors in getting up items May 12 Tom Tjiumij Hazel Geeen Herald LEE COUNTY Â¬ Friday Â¬ city Hardware Queensware W Z Eubank of Ford was in town Vulcan Chilled Plows best made last wcok B F A very Sons Steel Plows Isaac Adlor of Louisville was in tho Ball Mitchell Cos Steel Hill side Plows city this week Improved Malta Douijli Shovel B G Cnrr of Cincinnati was in the Plows city Tuesday last Oliver Chill and South Bend Plow Â¬ llonttyvillo llrnmulos S B Neal was hero last week Capt B ILSalc of Irvine is in tho JEW M XTCHISIX DEALER IN - TinwarerAgriciiltoral Implements Olllutoro OlunnliiKfi Somo timo sinco a stranger answering to tho namo of Johii Ratlin camo to this placo Ho claimed to bo n Methodist Sayings and Doings of thoOitlzons ni5niHr nnd nronnlirxl linro luivintr rnln flives in this vicinity His loft hand was in Our Neighboring Gounttos off at tlio wrist Ho seemed to liavo As Heard and Soon by Herald Corroioii plenty of money but how ho mode it was a mystery Last Tuesday morning dents nnd Hnntlly Written up Cor Our Army of llondunt Logan Lindon went to his stable and found that u fino bay mare which lie WOLFE COUNTY had paid 110 for was missing He fol- Â¬ lowed tho trail and found the animal in Cumpton Curroiicy a livery stablu at Richmond but not un- Â¬ It has been many moons since I liavo til slio had been sold for 130 nnd tho had tho ploasuro of addressing tlio dear Methodist preacher had tho money in peoplo from this point through tho colliis pockot and would have been gono iu umns of their fuvorito paper Tim Hkk a few minutes as the train was about ald and no licro goes forwhat news wo ready to pull out Ho was arrested and Imvo on docket at tho examining trial acknowledged his TEItBONATi NOTK8 guilt nnd was placed in jail Mr Lin Mrs Lydia Stompor is very sick don says the officers told him they had Z T Hurst has gono to Winchester on letters giving an exact description of business Ratliff and said that he was wanted at Hon D 8 Godsey of Hazel Green other places was in our town Monday on business On the 2nd inst Mrs MollieBurcham A D Smith of Richmond Ky is in aged 12 years and 11 months presented town looking after his real estato interest her husband with twin girls but both Mrs Alico Fulks after an illness of died soon after Is tliero any record that Mrs Burcham was marsovoral days with fovor is able to be out can beat this ried at tho ago of 12 years and 2 months again MV Potts and Granvillo Baiiy have Rov J F Ely who has been ill so rented tho Oampton Steam Mills of G long still remains in a critical condition May 11 T Centor Uxoli Rum us EASTERN KENTUCKY J D Mitchell of Richmond was several days last week Chas Brown who lias been in Jackson for somo timo has returned to this place G E Lilly of Irvlno was in Beatty villo ono day last week J W Poynter of Winchester was hero ono day last week Uncle Miko Garrigau was in Beatty villo several days this week Georgo Mason who had chargo of a section on tho R N I B R R as resident engineer has gone to his home at Catlettsburg James White of Winchester Friday IIo has a contract for building a brick business houso in Mid dlesboro nnd will go thoroin a few days town Tho fratiio work of E M Prysos largo Btorc rooms on Main nnd Arlington streets is being dono rapidly When this building is completed it will bo one of tho best in town May 9 X Y Z TAKE A DRINK Hay Rakes Cooks Patent Evaporators Havens Pioneer Cane Mills Repairs Fish Uikm Celehrated Wagons hero Stoddards New Climax and Tiger Jones U S Standard 0 Ton Wagon Evans Triple Harrows Whiteleys Solid Steel Binders and Mowers Cclumiha Tiger and Granger Sulky Evans Disc Harrows 2 horsi Corn Planters price 00 with u written guar Â¬ anteo for C years Scales ii The largest stock ol Cook and Heating Stoves of any house in Eastern Kentucky utlery Shears Hardware a Specialty East side S Maysville Street MT STERLING KY and Builders nPAKKY IMFO OO INDIANAPOLIS IND - 5 l AfPttsJQbjiCffJ I was in Price 91800 at Factory Uaali with Order no 71 A I ssassMgr ua-s- Â¬ trlctlr rirst CloMt Â¬ All second Growth Hickory y J or r nl rli3 nliil Tlrv Perfectly Bnlnncvd Low Uent Seat Arms Lonff Eiisy Rldlnff Oil Tempered Spring Lest WbccU and Best All Over IP YOU CANT PIHD THEM FOR SALE BY YOUR MERCHANTS Warranted - WRITE 08 Â¬ 1 f Y l J B Hollon and A F Byrd aro at- Â¬ MORGAN tending tho Democratic Convention at Louisville v KoI Kvolutloiu Noah Lyons made a raid in this neigh- Â¬ E Winch of Marahfield Wis is in town with a view of engaging iu tho lum- - borhood last Sunday in search of a gen- Â¬ uine Nickell treasure When he drew WJlHpJSon of J P Hall who has had near to tho supposed whereabouts ho left inflammatory rheumatism for somo timo his horse and saddle and continued tho search on foot Some parties finding tlio is somo bettor horso and saddle at largo arrested them Undo Bob Goodwin moved his family put a move on the horse and hung tho ono day last wcok toElkatawa Breathitt saddlo on tho first tree Tho last that county his futuro homo was seen of Noah ho had cut his saddle S TJ Smith has u sovero case of ca- Â¬ down from tho tree and was tracking up tarrh of tho hand which will probably his horse render him a cripple for life The prayer meeting at this place hold Miss Sabina Taulboo daughter of J A on Wednesday night of each week is Tnulboo of Hazel Green was registered conducted by the ollicers of the church at tho Combs House ono day last week at which time wayward members can Iks Geo Drake who now iu tho employ of restored to fellowship also additions to tho K U R R Co as privatodotectivo tho church by membership or otherwise was at homo Sunday to see his family Tho peoplo of this neighborhood will nnd loft Monday for Covington on busi Â¬ plcaso remember this uud como out to ness connected with that company prayer meetings and attend to all neces Miss Boulah Vansant four year old sary work and not wait for tho regular daughter of J F Vansant after a pro meetings tractod visit to relatives a t Martinsburg Tho Ezol Mill company nro pulling Elliott county roturncd homo Sunday down their old buildings and making accompanied by her cousiu Miss Com considerable improvements adding wool May of Morgan county carding machinery which will soon bo Rov Robt Leo and wife Geo Robin Â¬ in operation and as Stephen Pcbworth son Miss Mollio Elkins Robt Carroll of OwBloy county ono of tho oldest and Misa Magglo Byrd and Mrs Laura El- most experienced carders iu this country kins all of Cauipton attended tho quar- Â¬ will tako charge of this department terly meeting Saturday and Sunday hold those patronizing them in this line may rest assured of perfect satisfaction 8tf at Grassy Morgan county Dr A B Nickell who has been sufJohn D Atkinson of Stanton Powoll fering for several days with rheumatism county was in town yesterday shaking hands with tho dear peoplo and making camo near dying last night Tlio trouble himself agrocablo generally I would has been principally in his arm nnd suggest to tho Democrats of this district shouldor but on last ovening extended that better timbor for a Senator cannot into his breast nnd region of tho heart and no ono but himself knows what ho be found in this district W L Lacy of Daysborough W J has Buffered in tho last twelvo hours but SeiU and I N McGuiro of West Libor ho is much bettor toduy Tho following town officers wore electÂ¬ ty A P Lacy Hazel Green P R Phillips of LouisviUo JPWells of ed at this placo last wcok B F Davis Paintsvlllo John Johnson of Boston Mayor J M Arnspargcr Marshal J Mass Chas Scott of Clay City Gonor M Ploratt Dr A B Nickell J S Nick Â¬ al Superintendent of K U R It all ell Robert Woolory and H M Fannin were in town last week on business and Trustees registered at tho Comba Houso Births On the 8th inst to tho wife of J B Nickell a boy on tho 9th to REAL K8TATK TRANSFER Robt Goodwiu and wlfo to TF Stam Â¬ tho wlfo of D W Vest a boy on tho per 18 acres of laud near Campion con 10th to tho wlfo of Frank Sample a boy Hideration 30400 Bro Combs has just closed a very in tercstlng meeting at this placo Two ad Â¬ 0 0 Hanks and wifo to G W Rob ditions and sovoral wayward members lnson ono town lot in Cumpton 100 A T Hurst and wife to G W Robin restored J M Pierntt wont to LouisviUo on son town lot In Campton 176 week accompanied by his Jamw W Rose to school district No business last wlfo and Mrs Mary F Nickell 10 pno acre of laud on Traco fork of Our blacksmith Bolin is taking a Stillwater 10 fishing and hunting spreo on Licking JawfcfF Carroll and wifo to J F near tho mouth of Beaver Mwows 4M acres near Walker creek May 12 -- ss rolnunod Whisky AdiululHtml In ItoveiiK For u Crime At Cardweil Washington county last Friday Jcflerson Holiday Sr was invit- Â¬ ed by James Matherly to tako a drink of whisky out of a bottle Tho old man took a largo draught but remarked that it tasted very bitter also expressing his surpriso that Matherly did not also drink At this Matherly while ostensibly- - rais ing the bottle to his lips let it fall spill- Â¬ ing tho contents on tho ground After partaking of the whisky Holiday was al- Â¬ most instautly taken witli excruciating pains and iu an hour died in great ago ny Mr Holiday is tho father of Jen and Jim Holiday who overtook Cal Vest while returning homo from this placo last February and shot him to death in tlio presence of his bride for which thy nro now in jail It is the opinion of many that Matherly was em ployed by some of tho Vest family to do the deed because of the killing of Cal Vest as ho was seen talking to ono of tho Vest boys just before invititing the old man to drink Tlio families liavo been at outs for ten years and this is tho fifth death in consequence Indignation was so great that Matherly disappeared before ho could be arrested Â¬ No 5 wiii Main Street fimjrt AwirfifffVijHerai WINCHESTER lit KY B We have added largely to our stock and now occupy two large buildings and carry as complete a line of goods as can be found in any city FURNITURE CARPETS WALL PAPER China Glass and Queensware UNDERTAKING If Â¬ you havent time to make the trip to our city write and we will send cuts or samples of any of the many articles Â¬ that we carrv Â¬ When you do come down make our store your head quarters TILE WIXN FURNITURE CO Â¬ DOCTOR TAYLORS URE FOR CHILLS Â¬ KikIm In n Tragmly Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Near tho mouth of Peter creok Pike county Ky Saturday John Woodward shot and instantly killed Frank Johnson Johnson nnd his brother met a man nam Â¬ ed Phillips with whom they had had an altercation somo weeks previous Phil- Â¬ lips and ono of the Johnson boys agreed to settlo tho difiiculty with natures weapons While tho fight was in progress Frank Johnson attempted to assist his brothor who was getting the worst of it when Woodward a bystander interfered with results as above The murderer fled and has not been apprehended A Never Fulling ltomoily 11 wfibM LJI rbb WiUWW IPKETARED 6Y RICHARDSON TAYLOR MED CO STLOWS MD r cents JO A price FEVER BILIOUSNESS HEADACHE AND ALL IRE JAMES B TIPTON i MALARIAL DISORDERS JAMES KENNEDY Tipton -- DEALERS IN- - i 4 1 Pure Drugs Medicines Chemicals PAINTS OILS VARNISHES AND BOOKS AND STATIONERY MT STERLING KY pQTXxQ prescriptions nnd orders of Doctors especially solicited nnd given sjiecinl care and attention in compounding None but pure medicines and drugs used v fel6 1 - Meorimine the only permanent cure for all forms of hcadacho and ncuinlgia relieves tho pain in from 15 to 20 min- Â¬ utes For salo on positive guaranteo nt The Herald office or sent postpaid by mail on receipt of prico CO cents u box L THOROUIH NEW lAsmm BANK MT STERLING INSTRUCTION IN I00K KEEPINB SHORT HAND TYPE WRITIN8 PENMANSHIP TELESRAPHYETC ETC AT THE BRYANT STRATTON BUSINESS COLLEGE SOUTH WEST HRNER THIRI ARO JEFFERSON STREETS LOUISVILLE KY CATALOGUE FREE wuM KY Capital 8250000 Surplus Wm 40000 M TRIMBLE BROS WHOLESALE GROCERS MT STERLING KY SON Co Mitchell President Chas ConMgiimentii of Produco nnd tho patronage of Mountain Merchants respect Gitunns Cashier fully solicited nnd full sntlsfuctiou guaranteed jel My The largest capital nnd surplus nnd Indi vidual deposits than any bank in this hoc tlou of tho State R S ST11ADER Successors to 74 E J A Lail HJ 637 CLAKKE ZTH pOMBS HOUSE CAMPTON 8wS COMBS Main Stbrkt LEXINGTON KY Sievers Garson Hardware Co KY Wholesnlo Denlers iu West Main Street KELLAM WITH Proprietor Straight Kentucky Brandies Whiskies c LOUISVILLE FRED Tho patronage of tho traveling public- Is respectfully solicited Tnblo th nest and every attention fur tho comfort of guests Wines Blurt Monday next promises to bo agaladay Agents for Old Pugh Old Pepper Old Isaac Tolson and wife to T B Hanks in Mt SterlingCourt day salo day and Writing Papers Envelopes Pens Ink Tarr anil Old Taylor p Hirams branch 000 teftat of land The town will Ac Sco for sale at this ofllce Ladle1 Robinsons big show Botfer Goodwin and wife to CO scarcely be able to hold all the peo Â¬ Note Paper only 10c a quire Call cu us JUD rHINTING Promptly nud Went JUaks Immm wtd tot in OnwptOH 360 ple1 who will congregate there when you need stationery ly done nt thU offlco SVMI01IHBY FINE OLD WHISKY A SPECIALTY CIGARS AND TOBACCO M npl8ly S TIMMONDS Wholesale Grocers POKTSMOVW 0 t SOBSOBIBESa1 y tt