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SPENCER COOPER Ownor and Editor Hazel Green Herald Of a Noisy World With Nows From All NationB LumbTing at Hia Back SIOO A YEAR Always In Advano SEVENTH YEAH HAZEL GREEN WOLFE COUNTY KY FRIDAY MAY STATE SUNSHINE AND SHADOW 22 1891 NUMBER 9 LOUIS QU8 STRAUS ILJEaDIIMG OVER THE WORLD IN A WEEK Clothiers of Kentucky LEXINGTON KENTUCKY A dispatch from Des Moines Iowa A nkw Christian church is to be built At tho coroners investigation in MflpWo aro compelled to collect says at Tyrone Anderson county subscriptions promptlv to ena Â¬ Tub Lexington Kirmess for the bene to tho death of Protzmnn tho Christian ble us to meet our expenses and wo hope scientist victim it was developed that all may renew promptly In self defense fit of an infirmary was a success tho attendants fed tho pntiont whilo deIt is reported that a Chicago syndicate lirious with typhoid fevor large qunnti wo must drop from our list all who do not do so without further notice will build a seven story hotel on Cheap Â¬ Â¬ no pay no paper WF Â¬ imi M 1st if HONEST VALUES LOW PRICES -- if M HIGH GRADES sido in Lexington Kentucky produced 10681 10G5 lbs of tobacco in 1890 an increase of 2040 535 pounds over 1889 The Perry county murder cases pend ing in Clark Circuit court have been con- Â¬ tinued until next term Hume Clay the Clark county forger has been made book keeper in the broom Â¬ tios of sausage raw turnips sauerkraut crab apples and pigs feet An attempt was mndo last week to - YOUR SUBSCRIPTION - When you visit Lexington do not fail to give us a call MAIL ORDERS PROMPTLY ATTENDED TO NEW STORE NEW GOODS Livery Sale Stable o Tanglktown is tho name of a new post office iu Mason county It must bo in the neighborhood of some of the fa trict court at Philadelphia against Geo W Patton Co to recover additional mous distilleries of thnt section duties on imported wool was ended iu a The iouisville Deposit bank hns been refused admission to tho clearing house verdict in favor of tho government of To which they invite the attention of the citizens of Hazel Green and vicinity confut ing of the claim in objection being thnt not 50 10887 At Atlanta Ga Elias Underwood c per cent of the capital is paid in Charles Osborne white and Geo Wash Â¬ The City council of Mt Sterling grantAlso FARM IMPLEMENTS AND SEEDS OF ALL KINDS ed fifteen building permits nt a recent ington colored were sentenced to be meeting nnd among them were pormits hanged for murder Underwood on June is chock lull of bargains 10 Osborne Juno 20 nnd Washington and the clothing department to rebuild the lately burned district JG8TEVERYTHING GUARANTEED AS REPRESENTED OR MONEY Not being satisfied with being a social July 8 REFUNDED A resident of Carroll county Geor- Â¬ belle Miss Mary Rreckcnridge daughter gia recently killed a white cak snnko of Congressman Breckenridge has begun the study of law in her fathers office which measured nino feet in length nnd soven inches in dinmeter This is ono of at Frankfort Last week nt Knuckles P O Bell tho largest snnkes ever killed in tho county a row occurred over a stick of State Tom Page 12 years of ago struck candy in which Squire Snyler John Say ler nnd Tom Lawson were badly stabbed his mothor on tho head with a garden hoe killing her instantly nt Benton and bent up AND DEALER IN Andrew Phosnix who struck Robt Ark Mrs Pago was attempting to chas TibbB over tho head with a club and tise tho boy Tho Adams Electric company will from the effects of which ho died was caught in Louisville nnd taken back to buo all companies using alleged infring And Trimmings of All Kinds Paris for trial ing patents It is believed that tho first On tho farm of Sam Taylor near Ma to bo sued is tho Lindell street railway fcfiul am prepared to furnish on short notice and at low prices COFFINS OF ALL KINDS AND SIZIOS from the cheapest to the very finest I can furnish coflins cheaper sonvillea large dwelling barn nnd smoko of St Louis than you can buy the trimmings Price of Coflins from 5 up I have a fine hearse and In tho National printing office St house together with their contents were will deliver coflins cheap totally destroyed by fire ono night last Petersburg Russia documents can bo week No insurance printed in every known language It is The new editor of tho Barbourvillo tho most comploto oflico of its kind in y arrangements arc such that I can furnish Tombstones or J- lJkJ J 1 M Monuments from any kind of Marble or Granite and at the Nows himself just from New England the world very loweht prices Very respectfully c J W OHAVEN An empty whisky bottlo was found says Enstern Kentucky will bo visited during the next few months by a largo in tho pocket of n man who deliberately knelt in front of a train nt Columbus number of Now Englnnders The residenco of Mrs Josinh Ander Ind nnd allowed tho wheels to decapi son at Jeflersonvillo this county burned tate him John Smith n tramp aged 55 is Sunday night with nearly nil its con Â¬ under arrest at Mayvllle N Y for tents Insured for 8000 Losses not HAZEL GREEN KY Are now receiving a Fresh nnd Choice Stock ol Â¬ Rose Swango factory nt the ponitentinry Burt Thomas an escaped convict who has been nt large for nearly ten years was recently captured in Owsley county At Harrodsburg tho residence of Da vid Vannrsdall was destroyed by fire last week Loss 4000 insurance 2500 Near Wilde Rockcastle county Geo nnd Thos Hays cousins quarreled over a bill of corn nnd tho latter was shot and killed Georgetown imposes a license upon all insurance companies doing business in that town and realizes about 400 from thnt Bource Â¬ Fall Winter Goods wreck tho Pacific express on tho West Shore road a short distanco out of New York by dynamite but tho explosion occurred before the train reached the spot and thcro was no injury done A small iron snfo containing about 12000 worth of diamonds nnd other precious stones was dredged up from tho bottom of tho bay nt San Francisco late- Â¬ ly Tho settings of tho jewelry are of tho sixteenth century stylo A woman named Bridget Knflbu was found with her throat cut in a Jersey City tenement Her husband whoso head was bleeding from a wound said his wifo had been murdered by a man named Kerrigan Joseph II Elwell Republican candi- Â¬ date for County Attorney of Rock coun Â¬ ty Nebrnskn and a prominent politician was arrested the other day at Newport Neb on the charge of making counter feit money Tho suit in tho United States DisÂ¬ hoping you will renew we remain Expire 189 Thanking you for past patronngo and Very rcspecfullv yours SPENCEIl COOPER ONLY To Old 1300 Point Comfort anil Return On Tuesday July 21st a special train will bo run to Old Point Comfort from Lexington under tho auspices of the Main street Christian church Only 1800 for tho round trip and specinl low rates at tho Hygeia Hotol for thoso who go on this excursion Make your arrangements to go as this will bo tho chenpest and most dcsirnblo excursion from Lexington this season Tickets good to return until August 8 and holders may stop at any of tho Vir ginia resorts on return trip For explanatory circular sco or address any railroad agent or G W Barney W II Boswell G A DeLong Â¬ Â¬ CHAS L BROWN General Passenger Agent Lexington Ky Through tho Weary Hours Of many a night made doubly long by its protracted agony tho rheumatic suf forer tosses to and fro on his sleepless couch vainly praying for that rest which only comes by fits nnd starts His mal- Â¬ ady is ono which ordinary medicines too often fail to relieve but thoro is ample evidonco to provo that tho efficient blood Dry Goods Notions Boots Shoes Clothing Â¬ Mens All Wool Suits Only 750 depurcnt Hostctters Stomach Bitters HAZEL GREEN KY UNDERTAKER Â¬ COFFINS CASKETS FURNITURE OF ALL KINDS REPAIRED affords tho rheumatic a reliablo means of relief Check tho mnlady in Its incipi- Â¬ ent stages when tho first premonitory twinges como on with this agreeable medicine nnd avoid years of torture Whatever bo tho rationale of tho active inlluonco of tho Bitters upon this malady certain it is thnt no evidonco relating to its ofiect is moro direct and positivo than that which relates to its notion in cases of rheumatism Liko all sterling reme Â¬ dies however it deserves a protracted systematic trial nnd should not bo abandoned because not nt onco remedial It is equally efficacious in dyspepsia in Â¬ digestion nnd kindred diseases A man who has practiced medicino for 40 years ought to know salt from bu car read what ho says xfl rnMTTmVnQt Toledo O Jan 10 1887 J H PIERATT EQyDonblo and Single Turnouts and Saddle Horses for hire Parties convoyed to any point on reasonable tormB o I will also attend to all calls for auctioneering and holicit business of this kind Respectfully c estimated but heavy Sentinel-Democr- at From tho Big Sandy Nows wo learn that tho tax in Lawrenco county for this year is 983 cents on each 100 worth of land nnd personal property 993 cents on town lots and 97J cents on monoy bonds otc week n coal miner named Robert Veach met with a horrible death by falling down a coal shaft a depth of Roventy fivo feet In tho fall ho was disemboweled and his skull was crushed so badly that his brains oozed JOHN II IlKKATT IZT CASKEY DUAL Kit IN At Spottsvillo last The amount expended on tho locks and dams at Bcattyvillo at tho end of BQfCnrries n coinplcto lino of Dress Goods Dry Goods Notions Roots Shoes Stnplo and Fancy Groceries Drugs and Patent Medicines to which he invites your tho fiscal year is 110307734 with an unexpended balance including appropri Â¬ attention nnd which ho will sell at tho lowest prices for cash ations of Soptembor 1891 18527099 When in search of bargains he sure nnd give him a call nnd youll snvo money is mapped out extensively for tho Work next few months Much better than tho sub treasury plan is tho following from W W Shelby tho Henderson Journal is making preparations to inaugurate n For Lodges of nil kinds printed in tho hcBt stylo and nt now enterprise very much nftcr tho order tho lowest rates Just now wo nro offering Masonic By of tho Wheelers proposed sub treasury Lnws n neat little hook of 20 pages 1x0 inches with n Ho proposes to convert tho lower ono of neat cover 100 copies prepaid by mail for only 1000 his factory buildings on Main street into 6rThis book contains By Laws Rules of Order Fu- Â¬ a grain warehouse whoro wheat etc neral Services nt tho Grave Ac c nnd all reasonnblo will bo received for storage tho owner changes will bo mndo to suit tho Lodge making tho order Send for copy of tho receiving a wnrehouso receipt therefor book and mako your order now if you want to save money upon which money will bo advanced NJ and which will bo good collateral In bank A genuine case of sunstroke wa re Write Us for Any Kind of Printing You Need lor elsewhere1 Address THE HERALD Hazel Green Ky ported in New York Iwtt week General Merchandise GREEN HAZEL KY out BMAV2 much-tnlked-- placing obstructions on n railroad track with tho intontion of wrecking n train A t Vicksburg Miss a jury of twclvo whito men has just given a verdict for 2000 damages to a negro for being ojec ted from n railroad train A Georgia editor claims to havo cleared 7 on Memorial day by placing himself on exhibition as tho only living Office 225 Summit St ox Confcdorato private Wo will givo 100 for any caso of Ca- Â¬ A young woman was whipped by tarrh that cannot bo cured with Hallg Whito Caps near Ducktown Tcnn re Â¬ Catarrh Cuio Takon intornally cently nnd has sinco died Her assail Â¬ F J CHENEY CO Props ants aro under arrest ml7 Toledo Ohio Sold by druggists 75c It is said that h thousand barrels of maplo syrup havo beon put on tho marÂ¬ It Htenrilly Improve ket this spring by ono Burlington Vt Tho energy nnd ability which charac Â¬ firm terize tho present management of the Do Â¬ The petrified bodies of threo women minion Illustrated nro moro and more ap Â¬ wcrq found in a vault in Greonlnwn cem Â¬ parent each succeeding week and month etery near Indianapolis tho other day Lumbering in Canada tho great Ohig Sixteen soldiers nro undor nrrcst nt necto Ship Railway tho formal opening Walla Walla Wash charged with com Â¬ of tho Dominion Parliament are anion tho subjects that havo been taken up re Â¬ plicity iu a lynching bco cently and exhaustively illustrated Both A monument in honor of tho Con fedornto dead will bo unveiled nt Jack- Â¬ from tho literary nnd artistic point of viow this journal is a pronounced nucoew son Misa Juno 3 and in tho fullest sense deserving of iti Miss Laura Wnlkor aged 18 last steadily growing popularity The great week died of homorrhngo of tho noso nt prizo competition ia still open to new Goshen Ind subscribers The publisher of the Do Â¬ Herman Glascio shot Henry Wilson minion Illustrated are the SaWeton Lith in a quarrel in a saloon at Elizabothport and Pub Co Montreal Â¬ Messrs F J Cheney Co Gentle- Â¬ men I havo beon in tho general practice of medicine for most 40 years nnd would say that in all my practico and experi Â¬ ence havo novor scon n preparation that I could prcscribo with as much confidence of success as I can Halls Catarrh Cure manufactured by you Havo prescribed it many times nnd its effect is wonderful and would say in conclusion that I have yet to find a enso of Catarrh that it would not cure if they would tako it according to directions Yours truly L L Gorhuoh M D yar It given all the newt Subscribe for Thm Hiium only II t V V 4 Tfia TP - V Vr j x j Hazel Gkeen SPENDER COOPER Herald - - - Editor KY and throwing hor arms nbout him paid Oh Luke Luko go fly for your life Ono kis on hor buautiful forohcad one whispered good bye and ho was out fol- - Friday HAZEL GREEN - May 22 1891 hMHB LUKE MASON A him In oxcollont need on tho present oeeu slou Ho showed thorn how to urraugo tho center polo brncoa wings fllos nnd Btnys nnd In rf fow inomonts they had ulto a ro Bpectnblo tent Thortyod novor boon In th Barvlco snld ono I novor was ho answered Oh shucks yo neednt tell that wo know bottor said a member of his moss called Ned Cotton To un who haint soon sarvlco could yank n tont about that way Ned Cotton Bill Snow Arkunsaw Tom Luko and two moro occupied tho now tent nnd spont most of tho afternoon lying on tho frcBh clenn straw with which thoy had Thrllllnff and Romantic Story of tho Lato Civil War J1V m lowing niackliawk who was urging him on as rapidly as ho could Across tho garden tho houso lot and to tho roar of tho Btablo whoro two horses already saddled und bridled hold by Tom waited CopvrtghUd 1883 I got om ready fur yo massa said Blackhuwk I tolo Tom tor do it CONTINUED Whoro shall I go to cscapo tho mob Wall yos Union uintyo Hiassai CHAPTEH IL Yes I niiAOKnAWK A BOMHEIl THE flliniMBE know Luko Mason ns already told had been nn Igolly whar dars a camp o Unioncrs Ill jest tako yo thai in no timo rescued when nn infant from tho river nnd fo mawiilnl roared ab tho adopted son of Mr Nods Thoro was no timo to parley for tho mob brothor who was childless Tho brothers had lived on adjoining farms until old Both of Southerners woro determined to mako an example of a Yankeo who dared to NofTs death which occurred about two years boforo tho timo of which wo write lomo to thoir neighborhood Their spies Luko had grown up with Albort and Lillio had ovidontly noted his nrrivul und woro and his lovo for tho hitter began when they juick to discern his aontiment It was a long dark rldo Part of tho woro children attending tho same district school Their nffootion had rlponnd and timo thoy had u road and part of tho timo this yoar would lmvo witnessed thoir union none plunging through thickets and crossbut for tho distressing utnto of tho country ing crooks and ravines nil tho timo Bur Whon tho lovers roturned to tho houso rounded by a donso forest Day had bocun they found tho old farmer stllislttiugon tho to dawn whon thoy camo in sight of a enmp on a lilll sldo in a woods pasture Tho stars porch bathed in tho moonlight and stripos woro flouting from u polo stuck Wall Luko ts timo yo war gone t bed ho said with a sigh Tho old man still felt up nenr a wagon Blaokhawk refused t go any further and sad from parting with his son whom ho How long Luko dismounting walked into camp A know ho might novor soo again guard halted him and domnnded to know nr yo gwlno t stay T tnnvn In Mm what ho wanted Luko informed him that mnrninir ho wanted to bco tho Captain aud was conWhy b soon ducted to n wagon which was tho chief ofll Its best Tho old man again gavo utteranco to n cors headquarters Thoro woro nlmostn groan and Luko loading Lillio to tho door hundred men in tho camp and vory littlo Tho arms wero bado hor good night and promised to seo her diHciplino was shown eorly in tho morning Then ho roturned to chiefly tho ordinary tiro locks shot guns Mr Noff and drawing a chair noar to his and rifles and thoy woro wholly without uniforms sido said When Luko had told his story to Captain Mr Ncff I want thoso clows to my idenSmart tho latter said tity If its yor intention to light fur tho What yer moan Luko I moan tho things which woro found Union yo neednt go any further fur I about mo whon I was taken liko Moses wantthroo moro men hero now and Ill enroll ho and swar yo right m from tho wator It was a sudden chaugo but sudden Thar haint nuthin loft but tho old wood on cradlo up n th attic which 1 guess yos changes woro common and In a fow mln utos Luko Mason was enlisted as a recruit soon a hundred times n tho old yallor ban An old whitu haircd man dressed half In korchcr Lot mo havo tho handkorchiof then it buckskin and half jeans camo to him aud will bo somo clow I may by it discover invited him to his mess ns thoy just lacked my parontago Any way it shall bo a pre ono mora Tho old fellow was known as Arknnsnw Tom was bravo iw a lion with a cious rolio with which I will novor part Tho old man roso and called to n negro heart to ml or as a womans Luko found this beginning of soldier lifo boy to bring him u lighted candle Tlio sleepy darkey soon complied nnd followed far from agrooablo 1 ho cofTco was black by Luko tho farmer went to his private tltu meat burnt nnd tho bread hard aud dry room whoro was un old fashioned escri- Â¬ Tho nowly mado soldiers woro lying about toire Ho opened one of tho drawers with upon tho grass somo already complaining nnassuranco that scouted at any doubt of of tho hardships and others narrating ro tho precious rolio But a look of unousi markablo adventures of which tho narrator wns always tho horo U033 camo over his faco Captain Smart was a man of pluck nnd Itsgono ho said Look well it may havo got in sorao othor common sense which in a moasuro mado amends for his luck of military skill Ho nook1 said Luko eagerly Ho did so Ho went through drnwor had a United States drill book and Uarduos after drawor but at last in doapalr whis tactics over which ho had boon pouring ovory idlo moment for three days Immedipered ately after broukfust ho brought his com Its stolon pany upon a green spot devoid of troos Who did itl Tho farmor could glvo no satisfactry to instruct thorn in tho mauual of arms After an hour spoilt in these exercises answer Thoy soarched ovory whoro that it could bo possible for tho missing rolio they gathered up all camp equipago and took up their lino of march intending to go to be but of no avail With nn aching hoad and heart heavy to Lexington People camo to thoir doors to soo thorn with disappointment Luko Mason retired to his bod that night weary from travel he and as thoy wont by thoy thought thoy at last foil asloop aospito his anxiety Ho must bo a groat army About tho middle of tho nftornoou thoy aoomod to havo scarco lost consciousness and his mind hud begun to wander amid reached Saggot u small placo of half a Vague misty dreams when ho was aroused dozen houses one store a blacksmith shop by a loud nolso of confused voices in which and post ofllco to glvo it tho appearance of woro mingled oaths throats ami tho plead a villago Tho houses woro scattered over tho crest of a hill In a woods pasture ings of Mr Non and his daughter Shot up old man wo haint ngwino tor north of them to tho loft of tho rond Cap hurt you or yor gul but well hang thatar tain Smart said they would oncump to aborlition n spito o li 11 growled a heavy await tho urrivul of othor companies of ro voice Luko alarmed sprang from his bed cruits About flfty men who had como tho night and ran to tho winuow Tho front yard was tilled with armod nion Mr Noff and Lllhe boforo woro already encamped among tho both partially In night clothes woro in f rout trees which covered tho hillside and dur- Â¬ ing tho day n hundred moro cumo in The of tho door You shall not hurt him cried tho brave vupurubunduueoof commissioned oftlcors or mon who would bo commissioned oflloors if Ho has not harmed you girl Hut hos a aborlition gul an well hang the Governor would sign thoir commis sions gavo no littlo trouble about who lui ur dlo Haint yo n Southern gall l1 am my brother is on Ids way to Jolu should rank tho otliors But aftor much Prico but you shall not harm a hair of his parleying tho honor of command was con Â¬ ferred on Captain Smart head A loud shout of disapproval wont up at Tho mon woro under vory slight rostrnint this determined scntenco Cries of Tar ind thoonforccmout of military disciplluo down tho do flun tho houso I nnd a was almost impossiblo hundred othor angry oxcluniutloiiB drowuod Lukes acquaintance Arknnsnw Tom loomed to tako cousldorablo interest In tho the bravo girls volco Luko was alarmed Tho freodom with uow rocrUlt which ho had doclurod his Union senti Dont spoct sojor lifo Ml ugroo with yo at ments at the last Btago station had ruined rust Tom Bald No I dont think It will but I hopo to him He now saw tho folly of his coming to this neighborhood especially from n froo got accustomed to it Luko nnnwored Oh yas nfollor kin git uso tor most soil State liko Ohio Ho was at a loss what to do as he was wholly uuaruiod and in- my thing I guoss But woll moot somo o capable of making any dofonso Thoro camo thorn Johuny Hobs ufo wo go catortopiu rapid stops along tho hall tho door was vory long bout hoah pulled open and a volco whispered s Tho country must bo full of thorn snld MaBBa Massa Luko l Luko Blaokhawk is it you I ho asked Thiokor n hops nnswored tho old man Yes massa do borry dobil am to play nnnllncnlogin tor Loxlntonwhoro woro Secesh coma to hang yor Comowldmo ngwino It will bo red hotwhouwo got an by golly Ill show yo how to git away thnr from em Luko mado no answer ho sighod cast There was no timo for hesitation ovon for his eyes upon tho ground nnd montally thought He followed the nogro out Into asked himsolf how long it would bo oro it the hall where Blackhuwk thrust a horso was dyodwith human blood Would ho over pUtolln his hand soo ngaln that brlght oycd rosy chockod Blow ani ter de debll ef urn come said girl whoso kins scorned still warm on his the negro in a whisper lips Was lifes bricht young dream to end HWbere did yo get thUt In flro smoko aud carungoi H Como on Luko Mason and glvo a hand Jobber mind massa cant tell yer now oom oa Kf yer gwine ter holp free my horo I cried ono of his now comrades wife an UUle toby Ill help yer They wero trying to raiso a rudo tout Be 14 hint down the stairs aad they were whloh thoy had constructed from boiuq fcaetamtog out the rear way when a white wagoa sheets Lukes exporicuco with lebeA Agar suddenly re Uwa the hall tents for fishing and hunting parties stood Mrrnon of nnoTtiKii HHLKN LAKEMAN WAtTRH UIIOWI llANICRUOlP DKMfOW riKLD AMD OTHKll STOMKfl JOHN IC against MU81CK OH LUKE LUKE VhX FOU Y0UH LIFE I iinoTnEn Â¬ This was tho oxtromo picket post nnd but n slender guard was left about tho troo themsolvea tolling stories and commenting on tho situation while Luko Bat a littlo apart from tho others his mind tilled with that dark strango mystery of his lifo What hand had launched that cradlo upon tho bosom of tho flood which boro his infant form and what was tho purpose Was his destruction Bought becuuso ho was a living testimony of sin Thon again who had stolon tho largo yellow handkorchiof and for what purpose But as theso reflections woro painful ho tried to cast them asido aud listen to tho chatter of his companions I dont think thoyll dono como t fltiht us ono of tho guards who was lyiugoutho grass gazing up at the stars boastfully re- Â¬ marked Wed lick om too quick Thoyro concentrntln at Lexington said Corporal Max I dont seo what senso thar is in hnngiu arouud here Why not go tlmr uu clean oiuupi Thars no dungor t night nloss n btraggliu gang runs iu oi Â¬ on tBOven How long do I stay on guard nsked I had but littlo Bleep last night Luko Only two hours then comes flrst relief snld Corporal Max who had in tho Inst few dnys imbibed a world of military knowl- Â¬ edge Corporal Max was n chronio grumbler but a very rigid disciplinarian so far ns ho knew At tho appointed hour Luko nnd three others under Corporal Max shouldered thoir guns nnd wont somo three or four miles from tho camp whoro tho road parted aud thoro Bat down undor a lnrgo Â¬ curpotcd tho earth Tho day woro slowly by tho routlno of camp lifo had not yot become sufllclently old to bo monotonous Men wero drilling by companies platoons squads or oven singly Yor on fur pickot t nignt said n corpornl coming to tho door of tho tont nnd Go laying his hand on Lukos shoulder camp Tho pickot amused Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ us Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Thoyll bo sorry if thoy do tho boastor asserted Tho rohof camo nnd Luko wonrled in body nnd mind was glad to return to lie down in his tent for long rides und sloop loss nights woro beginning to tell upon bun Whilo dragging his wenry feet along the road to enmp it seomod us if every step nuts bo tho last Reaching his tont worn oui with anxiety and fatigue ho throw hnnsoli on a pilo of struw nnd was soon In tho lnnu of drenius In tho slumbers of midnight his mind gradually drifted back to tho pleasant day ho had spent at tho old farm houso In company with Lillio That ungry cloud which for a moment had flashed from Albort NefTs brow seemed a blur Upon their happinoss which was rapidly growing Into a terrible storm cloud obstructing tho light and glad ness of the sun Lightning flashed from tho dark cloud nnd peals of thunder sharp und incessant likt musket shots rang out Ho saw Lillio ut his feet struggling in death Ho hud stooped over her whon ho fel himsolf being drugged somowhoro by the heels My God I wide awako Are thoy rebols Luko nsked Arkfrnsnw tlirco minutes may bo some uro not but I huvo Somo Tom whoro tho robolB wore and wns told sworn that tho young girl and that helpless woro not far away nnd woro nd that thoy jld man shall not suffer insults whloh I vnncing on them for thoy lind nlrondy havo seen heaped upon tho lnoffonslvo nnd driven in tho pickots But so pcncoful und weak by those soldiers qulot was tho sceno that Luko was nbout Captain Smart remembering tho ad half inclined to boliovo thoro was Botno mis vantage Lukes suggestions nnd been to tnko about it Tho crickets which had been nwed to him said Ill give yo any four men In my compasilence by thoso rudo nlnrms resumed their ny yo want if ye think theyll bo enough to on tho dis chirrups and tho whippoorwill stop tant hill renowed its song A pig came protect tho people Ive tried t powertheir It beyond tho fence stcalin but it dont aoom in my straggling down tho path grunting nnd rooting nbout among the you km do It yer wolcomo t tho detail CONTINtKD NKXT WKEK loavos wholly unconscious of danger For sovoral motnontB not n word was heard and naught snvo crickots night birds the rustling of leaves aud grunting of tho pig broko tho silenco This waiting this ex 1 pecting n bloody struggle was moro trying on tho norvos than if a death struggle wa8 nt hnnd Lukos mind wns busy recalling tho past and trying to dip into the PROSPECTUS FOR 1891 futuro Would this night ond nil on earth below and would tho mystery of his birth It lms always been our ambition to bo revealed only in ctornity make Goldkx IIouks the best young Somo ono whisporcd peoples paper in tho world and we shall Thoy como Tho regular tramp of feet could bo heard in tne future continuo to do everything coming over tho distant ridge where thu at in our power to maintain tho lead it has tacking party had ovidontly halted to dross obtained over nil its competitors both in their lines CIRCULATION Stiddy stiddy I said Captain Smart in QUALITY OF STORIES AND a voico which was a littlo unsteady itself but which had within it tho ring of deter SKETCHES mination that gavo courago to tho men ARTISTIC ILLUSTRATIONS Luko strained his eyes to catch a glimpse of tho foo Tho noaror approach of the AND marching columns indicated that the APPEARANCE would Boon bo in sight nnd despite all his TYPOGRAPHICAL determination ho found himself trembling Tho pig continued to root about among ox oun tho loaves at peaco with all tho world and giving vent to its satisfaction in cxpressivo STAFF OF CONTRIBUTORS grunts Tho onomy at last camo in sight among are some of the best known writers of stories for the young such as tho trees on tho ridge and dcspito tho injunctions of tho ofllcors tho moro nervous John De Mokgan of tho recruits behind tho fenco row began JJauiui Ihvino Hancock blazing away at them Luko at flrst deEunest A Young termined to obey the command of hissupcri ors and wait till tho foo wero near enough Fked Thokit Coknelius Shea to mako a suro shot but tho onemy boing D 13 Waggener recruits also and ns nervous as tho men thoy wero attacking roturned the flro and T C IlAItllAUGH when a bullet struck n rail so near him ns Authuu C Gnipso to cover his faco with dust and rotten woo IIahold Winter ho could no longer restrain himself and blnzed away with tho others Walter F Burns The pig gavo utteranco to a squeal of Will Lisenhee alarm and ran hither and thither met ev- William G Patten orywhero with blinding flashes and deafen ing reports until it at last raced dowu the and many others of world wide reputa- Â¬ tion fence row at full speed Tho enemy mado no charge but contented themselves to flro a fow shots at long range TERMS TO SUBSCRIBERS and then gradually fell back One Copy for one year 250 Whether any of them had been killed or One Copy for six months 125 wounded tho Union recruits could not deADDRESS termine though next morning u puddlo of blood close to a treo was discovered Bill GOLDEN HOURS Snow tho only man touched on tho Union MUNROS PUBLISHING HOUSE sido hud a slight flosh wound in his arm Captain Smart mado no effort to pursue 24 and 2G Vandewater St the enemy but contented himsolf to remain P O Box 3043 NEW YORK behind tho fonco with his forces for an hour or two aftor thoy had disappeared The attacking force was evidently about equal New York Family Story Paper o his own aud failing to mako a complete mrprise or oven tako advantngo of tho partial surprise they had deemed it best to PROSPECTUS FOR 1891 Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ ono Bldo of him and Nod Cotton on the othor ho regained ills Bolf possosslon Not ono was In Whoro woro tho onemy sight nor had n shot been llred iu tho last Whydyownnttodothat nsked Thoso pcoplo nro my friends tho Captain Â¬ Â¬ Mta 2m I Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ I Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Whats tho matter ho cried Â¬ Â¬ Git up thoyro flghtlnl roared Ar kansaw Tom iu his oar Distant flnug oQlrmod tho assertion 7 Â¬ N Â¬ Â¬ QET UI TUKTUE FIOHTIN I I Â¬ lick om heard a bullet hum through tho air cried Captnln Stiddy boys middy Smnrt who having soon sorvico in Moxico was not under tiro for tho flrst timo Woll I Somo ono thrust a guu m his hand and u voico whispered Git down t th foncol It was only ubout twenty rod to tho fence whoro most of tho mon ulready woro and ho ran thero as fast as ho could Occasion ally n shot was llred and ho thought he ylt CHAPTER III X nETItOOUADE MOVEMENT Â¬ For a moment tho blood aoomod to forsake Lukos voins and loft him trembling with dread Awakened by shouts tho crack ot tiro arms nnd nil tho appalling sounds of carnage couf usos tho votoran aud tho won dor is that it did not produce u panic nmoiu thoso raw rocrults Perhaps thoy woro too much stupotlod to Thoy seomod to becomo panic stricken roalizo that thoir snfoty lny in getting bo hind tho fonco ns soon as possible us it nffordod thorn a partial protection By tho timo Luko ronohod tho fonco tho firing consod nnd tho echoes of tho shots dlod away Tho rnw roorult glanced down tho fonco row wuioli was dark with mon crouohiug kneeling and lying bohiud it whilo thoir guns formed a sorrlod phalanx of black muulos Tho moon shono in peaceful splondor upon the scono illuminating it with floods of silver light No ono could bo soon in the wood beyond but it was from that point that the attack was threatened When Luke found old ArkansawTom on diattercd oaks aud fences remained to tell hat a conflict hud raged thoro but a few lours before Tho recruits elated at their victory coined to havo suddenly developed into eterans In their enthusiasm they wanted o bo led atonco against Lexington which prico was supposed to bo investing with a orco variously estimated at from twenty to jno hunured thousand mun Tho recruits woro again in a turmoil for ho lack of a leader Two days woro spent n trying to devise somo general mode of ictlon Luko disgusted with a military organization which seemed no stronger than a ropo of Band was half inclined to losort and seek the sorvico of his country clsowhore Thoy wero constantly threatening to break up and go off In different directions juch company to itself Nothing but tho knowledge that prowling bauds of Con fed orates swarmed ovory where held them to tfothor at Suggot On tho evening of tho third day a man mounted on a jaded horse rodo Into enmp with tho startling Intelll genco that Lexington had fallen on tho 20th of September tho day boforo All hopo of reaching Loxmgton wns abandonod and without any leader tho SurArmy wns in a deplornblo condition rounded by tho onotny cut off from friends Aim convulsed with iutornal Btrlfo their ondltlon was somewliat precarious Somo wanted to go to St Louis others to Springfield nnd anothor day was spont at Sugget arguing which courso thoy should take when a messenger came with orders from somowhoro for thotn to movoto Cairo That of courso settled thoir destination mt thoro woro many minor dotails to be consulted In regard to tho march Captain imart still had nominal command of tho forces but his authority was llublo to bo isurped at any timo liy pressing Into sorvico such teams as could bo found thoy mnnuged to orgnnizo a mnllbaggago train and prepared for tho march Lukos voluntary suggestions to a great oxtent helped to pour oil on the troubled waters and brought him into tho favorablo notice of ills auporlors At last the march was begun and to Lukes astonishment as well as delight ho found that thoir course took thoiu down tho road which led past Mr Noils farm houso Tho wholo country was wild with alarm and thoy frequently found farm houses do sorted Thoso deserted homes woro plun Â¬ dered by tho recruits who seemed to havo no ideas of war abovo that of pillago Cap ialn Smart nnd many others did nil thoy could to prevent plunder und lusults but a sud lack of milltnry dlacipllno rondored ihom poworlcss Captain Smart Luko said as thoy woro inarching down tho grout turnpiko which ed past tho farm of Mr Noff will you not lot mo havo n small detail and go forward to guurd a fnrm houso ubout flvo miles In ur advance Â¬ Sloop was a stranger to tho eyes of tho iow soldiers tho remainder of that night vVheu morning camo not a sign of an enemy ould bo found It was tho general belief hat tho opposing forco would renew tho juttlont daylight but when it camo thoy vero many miles away and only tho bullet etreat As iu the past vear so in the coming Family Story one The New Paper will strive to maintain its lead over all its competitors in Yrk CIRCULATION EXCELLENCE OF ITS STORIES SKETCHES PO- Â¬ EMS ETC ARTISTIC EF- Â¬ FECT OF ITS ILLUS TRATIONSAND EX- Â¬ QUISITE TYPO- Â¬ GRAPHICAL APPEAR- Â¬ ANCE STAFF OF CONTRIBUTORS Its well known and most popular au- Â¬ Nellie Bly thors such as Emma Mary Kyle Dallas E Burke Collins Wenona Gillman Charlotte Garrison Jones M Kingsley Charlotte M Stanley Uoration Alger Jr w iian8hew John De Morgan Martha Eileen Holahan Marie Walsh Mattik May Dennis OSullivan c still further augmented by a t will be number of other distinguished writers TERMS TO SUBSCRIBERS Ono copy for one year Ono copy six months Ono copy four months v6 Four copies one year Address 24 300 150 100 1000 MUNROS PUBLISHING HOUSE and 2G Vandewater St NEW YORK CHARLEY SIIIVELY Julius Louchlieim LOUISVILLK KY Urnncli of Philadelphia with Co np2rily Wholesale Olo thing HOUSE Hazel Green Ky Â¬ DAY Mrs LOU DAY Proprietress Tins houso lias been recently refitted nntl refurnished and tho table is at all times sup plied with tho best in the market Hates reasonable Sample room attached and Hpi cial rates to commercial men Patronage is n01y respectfully solicited J JE VOUIS Representing M ROBINSON LOUISVILLE KY CO 1 c 212 Hcadquartcra Mt Sterling Ky where complete Hue of samples inn be been iTniifc w r l u DGPARcmenc Congressional District I Official Organ of tho Tonth Ky - - Editor B F DAVIS of Ezol JJ To whom all communications intended for this department should he addressed STATE OFFICERS T T Gakdxku President Hanlwcll U F Davis Secretary Ezel Charles Pack Treasurer Sin W M Bailey Lecturer Gold City EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE W R 11 C- - Tinton T J Doolin Finchville DISTRICT OFFICERS A J Ringo President Rothwcll Trens Oincr S L Kabh Sec NATIONAL OFFICERS President L L Polk Washington D C Seey J H Tuener Hereafter no indorsinent of any mans candidacy for any political otlicc will be published in tliese columns until he shall nave paid the fee either to the printer or myself To do so would be unfairly taking advantage of the publisher Only indorsements of farmers at farmers meetings inserted in this department under B F Davis any circumstances Cf NOTICE Bnowx Browner Olmstend Fees for Announcements 10 District 5 County State Officers 3 THE ALLIANCE The Alliance bids defiance To monopolies and rings To the vices and devices That corruption always brings Ive a notion that devotion To its principles and aims Will most surely and securely Tear from us our galling chains With great patience and endurance We have borne a heavy weight By our labors on our shoulders We support the Ship of State Shall we meekly and completely Bow our necks to further wrong Shall we blindly and supinely Listen to the sirens song Shall wc meekly and completely Bow our necks to further wrong Shall we nourish that it flourish All this vile and grasping horde Let us rather join together That our might we may maintain That this giant so defiant May be numbered with the slain Let us rally hill and valley Press and pulpit urge our cause Bench and anvil plow and spindle Help to make us better laws Wave your banner Bouse ye farmers to sea girt sand From yon crag With your etforts Ilise mechanics Well redeem Our Natiye Land 1 Doubtless 8omo sougt membership in tho Order from erroneous and exaggerated view upon these points and these havo been disappointed Others from a simila misconception of its aims and plans stood aloof from tho organization and these as time has developed its real purposes have become activo and useful members Thus we havo grown stronger because we havo been made more coherent by a truer apprehension of tho nature of tho Order and today wo stand upon firmer ground and our organization is more ef fective good than ever before The Order for the last twelve months nns really been passing through its for mation stage and it now stands forth be fore tho world with well defined outline relioved of the mists and exaggerations with which it was invested in the popu lar conception of its character Mid thus presented challenges the respect and con fidence of all us the most compact most effective ond useful agricultural organi zation that has ever been formed In the unity of its materials in its el ements of stability in the adaptation of its machinery and hence in its capacity for work it surpasses any association of the farming class that was ever known before while in the rapidity of its growth and the completion with which it has ramified every portion of the whole coun try it has no parallel in tho past So rapid indeed has been its growth that there is but little territory left to be oc cupied and the work of the Order in the future therefore will be not so much to enter new fields as to cultivate those already within our inclosure If it is n fact that the farmer is not in the full en Â¬ joyment of his rights and that other classes are combined to deprive him of the fruits of his own labor it is evident that organization among farmers is an ab- Â¬ solute necessity and we have full knowl edge of the details of the various capitalistic conspiracies againt the interests of agriculture National banks railroads tariffs and trusts robberies in all their different phases have been fully exposed the conspirators have been held up to popular contempt and yet millions of dollars have been transferred from our farm to the pockets of schemers and yet the work of despoliation goes steadily on Why We ask the question why And to that question we would like a frank answer from every productive la- Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ not because we baye not done our duty not because we have not stood by the farm through thick and thin and not be- Â¬ cause wo have endeavored to protect our- Â¬ selves our children and our country But the reason is that thousands of the productive classes have not yet identified ADDRESS themselves with any of the farmers or- Â¬ ganizations to protect their own rights The President of the Second District and mass their strength and influence at Union Reviews the the ballot box against the systematic ef- Â¬ u Situation forts to rob them and to deprive them not only of their rights but their liber is borer It DAVIES This is n Government of tlio People by a CIhhh and for a Clash tics Second District Union at Henderson President M D Davie delivered the following address Brethren of the Second Congressional District of Kentucky I feel conscious of my inability to properly dischnrgo the duties which your kindness has imposed upon me and yet I thank you I shall however best evince my gral itudo for this manifestation of your par- Â¬ tiality by a prompt energetic and un- Â¬ swerving adherence to the rules that you may adopt for your government But all my efforts to dispatch business and preserve harmony will prove futile unless they receive your cordial your intelligence and the deep in- Â¬ terests of your people In the results of our labors give assurance that your as Â¬ sistance will never bo wanting to enablo the chair faithfully and impartially to perform its legitimate functions in tho The peoples interests work before us immediate attention and demands our they will receivo it if we properly appre Â¬ ciate tho responsibility of our position Hoping that our session may bo agreea Â¬ ble to us individually and beneficial to the peoplo and our order again I thank you Coming together from various fiolds of labor you havo again assembles in council to consider tho interests of our ordor I trust you enter upon this work with your lovo for tho Union and your inter Â¬ ests in its prosperity brightened by tho experience of tho past in its service I profess that my zeal in tho cause and my confidence in its success havo increased just in proportion as my labors in its be half have been multiplied In the beginning many of u had con- Â¬ fused ideas as to what tho Farmers and Laborora Union really was what were its objects and how they were to be attained Â¬ Â¬ At the meeting of the delegates to the Â¬ Is this as it should be When there is a combination against us as there is upon every hand what must be thought of a class that refuses to assert tho au- Â¬ thority of the first law of nature self preservation and adopt the only practi- Â¬ cal means to save itself There can bo no successful combination against a thor Â¬ ough organization of farmers Organiz- Â¬ ed they can directly and indirectly make congresses legislatures presidents and governors control commerce to a greater or less extent bo the directors of matters that pertain to the interests of Thero is not a our society and country political party in existence that thoy can not mould to suit them if they will thero is not a public question thoy cannot solvo in their own interest and in tho interest of tho whole country Thoy havo tho majority of votes character recogniz Â¬ ed for worth and stability and they havo an aggregate wealth that is great and might bo influential But unorganized none of these things count for anything Tho individual farmer is helpless His voico is like tho falling zephyr that is Â¬ scarcely heeded Organization is the farmers only hope It is through organization alone that ho can secure his rights and procure his lib- Â¬ erty It is organization among tho farm Â¬ ing classes alone that this republic can hope to endure Ours is an agricultural organization and its great aim is to foster tho agricult- Â¬ ural interests of tho country This it is to do by exciting in thoso who cultivate tho soil a love for their calling by ele Â¬ vating it to its true dignity as the fore- Â¬ most among tho useful arts and by in Â¬ vesting it with employment for tho brain By increasing tho as well as the hand attractiveness of country life making tho farm a homo whoso lifo is to bo enjoyed as well as an investment by which mon ey is to do mauo anu tnus attaching w Le 11 21am 12 f0 nm Charleston G 00 nm 1 10pm Huntington 1 20pm G 25 am Cattlettsburg ion Today it would be sheerest folly 1 40pm 0 35 am Ashland to deny that there is an existing condi- Â¬ Olive Hill 2 58pm 8 47 am 3 45 am 4 32pm 10 52 am 6 25 am tion which demands a remedy It would Mt Sterling 5 12pm 11 45 am 7 15 am Winchester be worse than folly to deny that the ng Lexington Ar 5 45pm 12 40pm 8 10 am Ar 0 15pm 4 50pm 12 15pm ricultuarl interests of tho country are in Louisville a depressed and suffering condition nnd Limited Vehtiiiuikd Exmiekh runs daily when wo consider that eight tenths of nnd has Vcstlbuled Pullman Ihiflet Sleepers our population are engaged in mechanic Â¬ between Louisville Lexington Washington New York and Old Point Comfort This al pursuits we havo some idea of tho train is made part of the celebrated magnitude of the interests at stake V Whenever the interests of these are enO route dangered the whole country suffers for East of Huntington on the C the farmers must provide for all Fast Mail Trains run dnily except Sun day between Lexington and Huntington The farmers are making no money no Mnkc direct connections at Huntington with At Ashland with S V Ily At matter what they produce whether it be Winchester with K C It It north and tobacco wheat cotton corn or sugar south bound nnd at Lexington with L they are all suffering The cost of pro- Â¬ N L S and C N O T P Railroads duction and living is greater than the Lexington and Omvk Hill Accomcost of tho product odation daily except Sunday Connects at Winchester to nnd from K C points and It is almost universally admitted that at Lexington with L S It 11 for Louisville the scarcity of money is the case of the For full information in regard to Kates depression in fact there can bo no oth- Â¬ Itoutcs etc apply to any Agent of this or Our manufactories arc turn- Â¬ connecting lines or to er cause ing out finished products of all kinds H E Huntington C L Brown V 1 and U M U 1 A and yet tho people are not prosperous LEXINGTON KY and are becoming poorer and poorer day bv day that too when they havo pro- Â¬ G W Barney W 8 Harrison G A Lexington Ky G A Ashland Ky duced in the last twenty years fifty bill- Â¬ ions of dollars and yet they are poor J F LOCKHART and suffering What then has been the cause that the returns for labor are bo small and that discontent is abroad in tho land when there ought to bo peace EZEL KY This condicontentment and plenty tion is a scarcity of money which ena- Â¬ R W W JUSTICE bles the few to control what thero is to the detriment of tho many This being so D We believe that it what is the remedy Office on Fairfax Street 4 Doors Below is the making of more money Gold and Itees House silver havo always been money but they WINCHESTER KY jyly are only money when some government puts its stamp upon them and says this J A TAULBEE piece of gold and that piece of silver TJR shall have a certain value As it comes from the mines it is simply a commodi- Â¬ Hazel Green Wolfe County ty like wheat corn or tobacco and is KENTUCKY not money but whon tho government puts a stamp upon it and Bays thisis10 TSAAC W ROSE it becomes money nnd neither of these metals over has been or will over be mon Â¬ Attorney-at-La- w ey until some government does this net MAYTOWN KY And while wo havo produced more of Will practice in the Courts of Morgan and theso metals than any other nation in Wolfo counticH Special attention to collectho world yet at tho request of English tions and retuniri promptly made money lenders whom we owe and man Â¬ TCI B MAY ufactories who fear our rivalry Congress tramples it under foot and makes merÂ¬ Attorney-at-La- w chandise of it instead of coining it into MAYTOWN KY money Tho first movement for tho re- Â¬ Will practice in tho Courts of Morgan and lief of tho people should bo tho restora- Â¬ Wolfo counties Special attention to collections and returns promptly made tion of silver as money Silver is tho money of tho peoplo It is tho monoy of F BYRD trade It permeates every section every ATTORNEY AT LAW town every hnmlet nnd every household OAMPTON KY Gold is tho monoy of tho bankers specu Â¬ lators and monoy lenders and it is these Will practice in the Courts of Wolfe and classes and theso alono who opposo tho adjoining counties Special attention to collections and furnishing abstract of titles rcmonetization of silver It is tho peoplo who need moro monoy T T STEELE with which to transact their business ATTORNEY AT LAW moro monoy becnuso moro money will make better prices more money becnuso Wl8T LlIlERTY KY moro money will rcscuo them from tho hands of tho usurer and tho land shark Will practice in tho counties of Elliott Morgan Magoffin Mehefuo and Wolfe CONTINUKD NEXT WKEK Â¬ want of which our sons and daughters are inclined at tho first opportunity to forsake tho country for tho city By ad Â¬ ding to tho productive capacity of tho farms increasing its fertility improving its processes enhancing its profits diverÂ¬ sifying its crops and lessening their cost By protecting tho producers against combinations whereby he is deprived of the fruits of his labor and securing for him a fair and frco market for his com- Â¬ modities and to labor for tho education of the agricultural classes in the science of economical government in a strictly non partisan spirit We havo mndo little progress in the improvement of civil government cither as to efficiency or economy Have yet to realize a government of tho people for the people and by tho people Wc now havo a government of the people by n class nnd for a class We do not nil real- Â¬ ize that we are governed by an oligarchy composed of professional office holders and office seekers that our elections are iiBualy money contests between two sec- Â¬ tions of this class and the result merely n decision as to which section of the oli- Â¬ garchy shall govern and enjoy the emol- Â¬ uments arising from tho control of gov- Â¬ ernment Neither do wo sufficiently re- Â¬ alize that a government of tho people by the real representatives of all classes is practicable under which the various in- Â¬ terests opinions and desires of all are proportionately represented a system un- Â¬ der which law making bodies becorao society in miniature and laws tho accurate and orderly expressions of public opin- Â¬ Â¬ IN EFFECT JANUARY 4th THE OLD 1891 KENTUCKY CENTRAL RAILWAY HLUK GUAS3 KOUTK KENTUCKY fc ROUTE SHORTEST AND QUICKEST ROUTE FROM CENTRAL KENTUCKY TO Newport News mfrwwm0o owE Mississippi Valley Co K D all points WASHINGTON BALTIMORE OLD POINT nilLADELnilA NEW YORK SEA SHORE NORTH EAST WEST AND SOUTHWEST FAST LINE BETWEEN LEXING- Â¬ TON AND CINCINNATI IgySciiEDULE in Effect Feb 16 1891 h THE And all Eastern Cities South Bound The Direct Lino to Cincinnati Covington Express No 2 Daily Fst Lo ExSun 2 20 pin Dally No 6 No 4 Accom Dally LEXINGTON ST LOUIS LOUISVILLE KANSAS CITY MEMPHIS Paris Lexington laris 3 05 pm Corbin 4 50pm And all Points West and Northwest nnd Middlesborough 7 25 pm Cumberland Gap 7 50 pin South nnd Southwest Le 4 50pm Fast Fast Ml Accom Corbin Williamsburg 5 45 pm Kxprcss Daily EAST HOUND Dnily Jelllco Ar 6 20pm Daily ex Sun ex Sun Richmond Le 1 50 pm Lancaster 4 45 pin Le 2 35pm 7 45 am Louisville Ar 5 20pm 6 10pm 11 40 nm 5 25pm Stanford Lexington i 55pm 12 45pm 6 35pm Winchester No 5 No 1 No 3 Mt Sterling 7 20pm 1 25pm 7 30pm Daily North Bound Dally 9 03pm 3 35pm 10 15pm Olive Hill Express Dnily Ex Sun 10 30pm 5 35pm Ashland 7 00 nm Le Stanford a 10 43pm 5 50pm Cattlettsburg S Lancaster 7 50 nm G 25pm Ar 11 07pm Huntington ArPQ Richmond 1015am 8 15am Le 5 g fr Jelllco WEST HOUND CHATTANOOGA Livingston lUohmoud Winchester Le 8 10am 8U0pm 8 18am 8 03pm Ar 11 18 nm 10 23 pm 12 lOnn 11 OOpni Le 11 27 nm a 5 30 pm 0 20pm 5 37 pm 6 15 pm 7 20 pin 26pm Ar 12 lOnn 135 pm ZiiZ Livingston Livingston Richmond Winchester Paris Lexington Covington Corbin eg Williamsburg Corbin Cumbd llapLeP 2 Middlesborough 2 Weag g S 8 0 50am 35am ST gj laris Cincinnati W L S g g 11 05am Ar 11 15 nm Le Le 0 05am 12 46 pin Ar G55am 140pm 7 45nm 2 33 pm Le 7 00am 2 00pm 7 53nm 2 45pm Arl0 44nm 5 40pm Ar 10 50am 5 60pm 6 25 am 6 45am 0 25am 45pm 25pm 37pm G45ptn 3 4 6 k F F Munson Trav Pass Act Cincinnati Ohio C Â¬ C0 Â¬ P Atmork Traffic Manager Gen Pass Agt General Offices Louisville Ky S F B Mouse Asst Gen Pass Agt Office Chamber of Commerce Building Cincinnati Ohio No 2 Dnily to all points except Rowland Division which is daily except Sundny No 1 Runs daily from Lexington to Cin Â¬ cinnati No 2 Runs daily No 5 Runs daily from all stations ex Â¬ cept the Rowland Division which is daily except Sunday No 3 Daily except Sunday No 4 Daily between Cincinnati nnd Lex Â¬ ington Nos 2 nnd 0 mnko connections at Win Â¬ chester for points on the N N M V E D No 2 Curries through cars from Cincin Â¬ nati to Middlesborough and Cumberland Gap and all intermediate stations nnd runs daily It Knott TR J P ROGERS WITH DENTIST Â¬ D JULIUS BENCKENSTEIN Manufacturers and Jobbers of CO ENTIST Physician and Surgeon Bmif Slims WOONSOCKBT RUBBER AGENCY NO 103 WEST PEARL STREET t Â¬ CINCINNATI O Â¬ EHGLlSiyiADE STEEL PEHS PERRY U A gti NfckellHated Match Max sent post paid on receipt of 10 OKNTS ft CO London S10 Brariway 8 Sample Peas different patterns In urns Ktw Yerk dozen or 75o a gross Call and purchase some If you would make writing ewy aoodwIuTruNVal Ktfmt Utti jouquleklmik roam not piroUl at Thk Hkraid WUUO a jrtr U office at 10c a Or you arc all worn out really good for nothing IF nUOHWU IKON MTTJBR3 ltwlllcuruyou andetvoagoodappcUte by all deafen In medicine YOUR RACK ACHES la genoral debility Try it T F SUTTON BEATTYVILLE KY Sold KmAr wacb bat w mm bow loMrn tlom 4 W mJnior t IdftiUjr ttthtiUM u In MjrtoiM oa Uulb mih 11 r Mri f Aurica you en corowmc 1 bM lag 11 ourtlBilor mowHUwbM Ik work All I nw Ortal My I v oikr Sm Url ou AtmbW ftmninr rABiuT bi kkiiiiiT KAHriCUUKH VKKK i44HHMMM fttlStMS to leKTUIV MU work for it btlnr m tr Jka X rrr irt REAL ESTATE AND COLLECTING AGENT uCollcctIon and remittances promptly wade Correspondence solicited rural employment attractlonsot y y r AWltionRi Alliance news will bo found another jjjJSSs Printed in the bwt ityl and at Iowwt rates atutt oftiee H0KSE BILLS SemltwyotironUr JV ji irt- - -- y -- t iVT IM k trrrirvVrTr7 EBSSy wtyiyyr 5TOrn i Hael Friday Geeen - Herald Editor KY 8PEN0ER COOPER HAZEL GREEN That a candidate nomination bo made or dropped can not again bo withdrawn placed in nomination And your committee ask further timo to report to tho convention as to State and district organization George Perkins Chairman li -- S9ifc AV y 11 7t -- - -- r- Jt I mr f A H Hi i Yt lY t i - I- ft tt m Tho recommendation for dropping can Â¬ didates struck the convention favorably as it promised if adopted to prevent the protracted and tedious balloting Nominating speeches woro then declar- Â¬ ed in order and work was begun atonce Reuben A Miller of Owcnsboro took the platform and made an eloquent ap peal to tho Democracy of Kentucky in presenting the claims of Hon John o Young Brown to tho convention Space THE CONVENTION giving tho speeches in alone forbids us Brown Alford Homlrlolc Normiiu Utile detail Hon A S Berry presented tho Smuifio Thompson mid AddnniH namo of Cassius M Clay Theodore Hal PRESIDENT tho SucooHHful Cnudldiitiin lam of Covington nominated P Wat Pursuant to tho cnll of tho Clmirmnn Hardin of Mercer county In tho absence of tho State executive committee the of Hon Jas A McKenzie Dr Clardys State Democratic convention was begun name was not ottered and tho convention S AV at tho Liedcrkraiiz Hall Louisville on adjourned until 10 A m Thursday Wednesday 13th inst at noon and was VICE PRESIDENT Immediately after tho convention was called to order by Gen J 1 Castieman called to order Mr McKenzie put the Chairman of tho State Central Commit Â¬ name of Dr John D Clardy in nomina- Â¬ tee tion in a stirring and pathetic appeal and JSffi Hon Horschol V Goodnight of Simp the forenoon was taken up with nomi A son couty was chosen Temporary Chair- Â¬ H 4 4 fi nating speeches At the opening of the man and James 13 Stone Temporary CASHIER afternoon session tho delegates wero en Â¬ Secretary Tho routino work of tho Con tertained with an eloquent address by vontiou then began by Wilbur IJrowder Hon Livingston tho Democrat Alliance ottering a resolution to tho effect that tho Congressman from Georgia Tho uaw 7 r ra report W Temporary Chairman name two mem Â¬ L of the committee on Credentials was read vn ii V e bers from tho to serve on and adopted The Committee on Reso ASST CASHIER Committees on Credentials Resolutions lutions then ottered the following and Permanent Organization Ex Gov oCo First The Democracy of Kentucky McOreary ottered an amendment allow Â¬ declare their unfaltering devotion to the Has ample facilities for doing ing each Congressional district to nauio principles of public policy which make a general hanking business So- Â¬ one mombor for each of theso commit the party maintaining them as national licits deposits makes collec- Â¬ I in purpose and as popular in spirit as it Mil iuch xiio resolution as amended was was tions gives prompt and careful when tounueu by Icllerson adopted and another amendment offered attention to all business entrust- Â¬ Second We congratulate the country ed to it and extends to its cus by Jake Corbett that tho districts also that tho elections of the past year give tomers the most liberal accom Â¬ each name a Vice President went with abundant promise of thooverthrowotthe modations consistent with cor- Â¬ Republican party and the final and com it rect banking business ploto restoration to the people of the con- Â¬ The call resulted as follows trol of the Federal Government CREDENTIALS Third Wo insist that tariff reform is Balloting continued without FLOYD DAY KELLY B DAY First District J E Robbins J TAYLOR DAY tho paramount issue before the American one vote Second District John L Dorsey people and denouneo the McKinley bill much change until the tenth was taken Third District John G OrndorfK as the most outrageous measure of taxa Â¬ when the Chairman announced that un- Â¬ Fourth District W C McOhord tion ever proposed in tho American Con Â¬ rules the hindmost man would Fifth District W C Abraham gress It lias increased tho burdens al Â¬ der the successively dropped until a nomina- Â¬ Sixth District Leslie Applcgate ready too great upon the necessaries of be Seventh District James E Cantrill lifo and reduced taxes on luxuries that tion was made Dr Clardy and Gen Eighth District R J Breckin ridge are most able to bear them It has made Hardin were dropped after the eleventh Ninth District John Novell existence harder for evory farmer and and twelfth ballots and on the thirteenth Tenth District Z T Young wage earner in the land in order that Eleventh District 0 II Waddle the profits of the monopolies and trusts ballot John Young Brown received 460J ORGANIZATION may be increased It robs the many to votes and settled the fight but before First District W M Reed enrich the few and does not open a mar- Â¬ balloting had euded Mr Owens withdrew Second District J F Dcnipsey ket for a single bushel of wheat or a sin Â¬ tho name of Clay and moved to make Third District F H Briscoe In contrast with it gle barrel of pork Fourth District T A Robertson the policy of Grover Cleveland and John the nomination unanimous Fifth District W B Ilaldeman Then camo tho fight for second place G Carlisle would discourage unnecessary Sixth Distrtict George G Perkins expenditures provide all needed revenue on the ticket Senator Mulligan of Lex- Â¬ Seventh District Jerry D Li Hard cheapen what we buy and open the mar ington in an eloquent and forcible speech Eighth District R A Briggs kets of the world to the products of our placed in nomination Hon Mitchell C Ninth District R K Hart farms and factories Tenth District D D Sublett Fourth Recognizing the fact that tho Alford for Lieutenant Governor When g Eloventh District W S Stone United States is tho greatest Senator Mulligan had finished Mr J P RESOLUTIONS in the world and that Tarvin moved that tho nomination be country CO First District J D White both gold and silver were equally the made by acclamation which was done Second District H B Allen money of tho Constitution from the be Â¬ Third District W L Porter ginning of the republic until the hostile amid tremendous cheering Fourth District It P Hooker and fraudulent legislation of tho Repub Â¬ Space forbids our going into detail Fifth District B W Duko lican party against silver which unduly with all the various offices but wo give Sixth District Marc D Gray contracted the circulating medium of the the full ticket as nominated by the con- Â¬ 12 LEXINGTON KY Short Seventh District Thomas H Hines country and feelingthat the great inter Â¬ Model Eighth District W G Wolch ests of the people demand more money vention Ninth District J K Lackoy for uso in the channels of trade aad com Â¬ Attorney General W J Hendrick SEATING CAPACITY 150 Tenth District W M Beckner merce wo tender our gratitude to the Auditor L C Norman Fresh Oysters at nil seasons Blue Points Saddle ltocks New York Counts and Eleventh District 0 V Reilly Democrats in tho last Congress for their Mobile Counts Treasurer H S Hale VICE PRESIDENTS almost unanimous votes in botli houses REGULAR MEALS CENTS Register of the Land Office G B First District R G Burgh in favor of the free coinage of silver and Meals to order at all hours Delicacies of the season always on hand Second District Dr C Hale demand its restoration to the position of Swnugo The most complete and modern kitchen in the Statu Among the recent additions is Third District A L Poternjan equality before the law given to it by our Superintendent of Public Instruction a Miller Improved Range the finest in the world with eighteen fires six steaming atFourth District R A Burton fathers tachments two large broilers and hot and cold water reservoirs This range will cook Fifth District W B Fleming anything from a half a beef to a tid bit of sweetbread and is the only one of the kind in Fifth Wo present for tho considera- Â¬ Ed Porter Thompson Clerk Court of Appeal A Addams Kentucky Sixth District William Lindsay tion of tho people of the land the course A hearty welcome and the most courteous treatment to all nov21ly Seventh District R S Hearn The bitterest contest of the convention of a Republican Congress which by its Eighth District M D Logan reckless profligate and ruinous expendi Â¬ was that for Register of the Land Office Ninth District Henry Bruce ture of public money has in two years a full account of which taken from the Tenth District J H Kohoe squandered the surplus of more than a WM BRIGHT Secretary and Treasurer J M KELLY President Elevouth District J R Hindman hundred million dollars left in the Fed Courier Journal will bo found ou anothChairman Goodnight thon announced eral Treasury by a Democratic adminis er page LEXINGTONtration whilst it has increased in the his selections as follows Coiiftumptloii Cured most extraordinary and unprecedented On Permanent Organization G B manner taxation that will add to the disAn old physiciau retired from prac- Â¬ ON THE- Edwards Logan Ira Julian Frankfort tress of tho peoplo and at tho samo time tice having had placed in his hands by On Credentials John BThompson of be inadequate to meet tho demands of an East India missionary the formula of Mercer 0 W Millikon of Simpson those who aro using the Government to a simple vegetable remedy for the speedy On Resolutions J 0 S Blackburn servo their selfish purposes of Woodward I B Nail of Jotterson Sixth Wo return thanks to the patri Â¬ and permanent cure of Consumption After considerable debate tho conven- Â¬ otic members of the last Senate of tho Bronchitis Catarrh Asthma and all United States who defeated tho unjust Throat and Lung Affections also a posi- Â¬ tion adjourned until 8 oclock p m On reassembling of the convention tho iniquitous and partisan measure known tive and radical cure for Nervous Debil- Â¬ as tho Force bill which would havo been Coramitteo on Permanent Organization a fearful blow at homerulo and local ity and all Nervous Complaints after They are operating THE LARGEST FOUNDRY AND MACHINE SHOP IN THE reported as follows self governmoiit and was intended to having tested its wonderful curativo pow Â¬ STATE east of Louisville tho Republican par Â¬ ers in thousands of cases has felt it his The Committee on Organization beg placo in the hands of ty tho machinery whereby it might by duty to mako it known to his suffering leave to present the following report All kinds of BOILER AND ENGINE REPAIRING SKILLFULLY Thoy recommend for Permanent Chair Â¬ forco fraud and intimidation havo per Â¬ fellows Actuated by this motive and a DONE tub lowest living prices J M KELLY President man Chas It Long of tho county of petuated its iniquitous rule and destroyed tho freedom ami integrity ot tho ballot desire to relievo human suffering I will Offlco 99 EAST MAIN STREET Jefferson L XT Seventh Wo commend to tho peoplo send free of charge to all who desire it Jjgy Foundry on K U RAILROAD Vice Presidents to bo as roported from of the State the manly patriotic and up Â¬ this recipe in German French or EngÂ¬ the several Congressional districts For Permanent Secretary J E Stone right courso of the Chief Executivo lish with full directions for preparing Assistant Secretaries Green It Kellar whom tho Democratic party gave to tho Commonwealth four years ago and in and using Sent by mail by addressing and 0 B Leigh Sergeant-at-Arm- s Robert Tylor Col dorso his administration as consistent with stamp naming this paper W A Ed McGrath and Todd Hnll assistants with tho principles on which he was nom Â¬ Noyrs 820 Powers Block Rochester CATLETTSBURC KY The Largest Drug House in the Ohio Valley Nominations for respective State ofllces inated and elected 4yl N Y Manufacturers of 228 REMEDIES that aro Sold by the Dozen shall be made in tho following ordor As soon as tho secretary had finished onuuru root 01 ioor ttoom aa Hands Employed First Governor -reading tho report great commotion pre10MBS HOUSE Second Lieutenant Governor b6666AtfA6 of the famous vailed and a stirring speech was mado 8Sole proprietors Solo proprietors of the renowned feS Third Attornoy General OAMPTON KY NERVE In KING by Senator Blackburn in behalf of the HINDOO KIDNEY CORDIAL Fourth Auditor The onlv riinodv tlmt unlil mi mi nlicn For the permanent cure of PaiiiH in the Fifth Treasurer silver plank Mr McKenzio opposed that Flute guarantee to cure all Pains anil 8 S COMUS Pkopriktoii ntaek ami all disorders of tho Kidneys Sixth Resistor of tho Land Offlco ta i iiiiaLt inn resolution which caused some personali Â¬ Tho patronaLc of the traveling public is h niiuo MIIIIJI3 lU VUUU 1JIU IIUlIl ljTOJ ana Irtnury Urans Tlioumiids of eer iituiri iUIVO Seventh Superintendent of Public In v UV respectfully solicited Table the best ami f vtmv j turn vviiti o MHVIIItlll uiu iiuh oi moso who nave used tins ties but quiet was restored and tho ro t nail y Tho best Liniment in tho world struction evory attention for the comfort of gueMs remedy will he sent on application I PRICE 23 CKNTS Eight Clerk of the Court of Appeals port adopted 1MMPR 1ftA Xrt Balloting then began and the result of W recommend that after tho tenth grF0K Sale by Drug Stores and Country Stores Everywhere- btltot for candidate of each office the tho first ballot was Brown 275 Clay wi4MaMi receiving the lowwt number of 2G43 Hardin 180 Writing Papers Kuvclopes Pens Ink Claidy 190 vote on that ballot be dropped aid on nillv At OH n vnnf mwl if to nnl wxitlnlrriul equally o Ac for oale at this office CallLadies each Mootiv ballot reoeivtug th low Wolfo county dividing her votes to be IIIU IK HI local pnnor puliUfthnl todny Note Paper only 10c a quire cu us In Kentucky et number of vote be dropped until a between the four candidates giving each when you need stationery bubscribo now and cntch the good things it win contain this year May 22 1891 GitizensHotioiiolBink WINCHESTER KENTUCKY PAID UP CAPITAL Â¬ lm Sr i 17500000 WASH MILLER WILLIS 11 Nil yraSlHi iff raHLil I WwnS J P mil Wi H HAMPTON Statc-at-larg- Â¬ aJsitvifwKsaxim mmimmMLiiKv rWnTi rriiiiiiiiHr i n r VriT m J rUXJNTMi A 1 Ill ilOsi mm imll DAY Â¬ J T CO HAZEL GREEN KENTUCKY WHOLESALE Largest Stock AND RETAIL Lowest Prices Â¬ silver-pro-ductin- Have invoices arriving daily and stacks upon stacks of goods to meet every department of trade Live Stock Country Produce and School Claims received in trade on notes accounts or merchandise J T DAY A into Btaifl lB2b KiiIitt West Street Restaurant in Almost Every Feature 25 Â¬ GUS LUIGAHT Proprietor - Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ WHENEVER YOU VISIT OALL Â¬ Lexington Foundry Go Office 99 EAST MAIN STREET at Shop K U RAILROAD near 7th St - T Juc 41 ajiiigiuii XLy WHOLESALE MANUFACTURING DRUGGISTS Â¬ - y tt46444e064444tt46 THE HERAT 3Ji TtT mmk LI larger clrutitatioti in Wolfe Morgan Campton Kv Mnv 19 1891 and llreutliitt than all other papers in the Purnunnt to a call of tlio Chuirninn of Mate and inerciiauts in Mt sterling Win s n t nt n cliester Lexington Louisville ami Iiticfii- - in uhuuiuh mwuuvo uhiihuhcp oi Thirty fourth Senatorial District the nuti will find it the hkst medium through which to secure Mountain Trade Democrats of Wolfo county will meet in ADVERTISING KATES mass convention at their respective vot- TKAX8IKXT nir nlncns in Wnlfn mimfv mi Mntnrn v r VII vav Advertisements inserted for less than 1 May 28 1891 at one oclock pUltlliuaii m and will le 75 cents an inch for the first mouths insertion and 25 cents an inch for each sub organize by electing a chairman ami a Secretary and when thus orgnnized they sequent insertion fSrAuh Transient Advertising must will take the vote of all present as to the UK PAID IN ADVANCE candidate of their choice for Stato Sena- Â¬ STANDING ADVERTISEMENTS tor and the chairman and secretary will 1 inch 12 mouths 7 50 certify the vote for each candidate and 12 50 2 inches said district convention will select one or 8 inches 15 00 4 inches 18 75 more delegates to represent said precinct 5 inches 22 00 in a delegate county convention to be 23 00 held at Campton Ky inches on 26lh day of Liberal rates on larger advertisements May 1891 at one oclock p m for the made known on application purpose of selecting delegates to repre Â¬ Obituaries tributes of lespect etc 3c a sent Wolfe county in tho District con- Â¬ line Count six words to the line ami send vention to be held at Campton Ky on money with the manuscript We will write 29th day of May 1891 to nominate a obituaries and publish at 5 cents a line Local notices to be interspersed among Democratic candidate to bo voted for at reading matter 10 cents a line with a dis the August election 1891 for State Sen Â¬ count of 25 per cent where they run a month ator from said 34th district or more Joseph C Lykins Marriage nnd death notices not exceeding Chairman Democratic County Commit- Â¬ ten lines solicited and published FREE tee Wolfo County irliILLS FOR REGULAR ADVERTISING Huh n Hazel Green IIerald ATTENTION DEMOCRATS- - to Dime Saving limited Those dime pocket savings banks havo driven tho United States mints into de Â¬ spair Thev aro running at double press ure to work up all tho old subsidiary coinngo into dimes and still can not meet the demand The above item has been going tho rounds of tho press for somo time and right hero wo say that our foreman has one of these banks manufactured by tho Magic Introduction Co of Now York and he can unlock it and lock it at pleas Â¬ ure whether it contains forty nine dimes or only one thus preventing n scarcity of change Â¬ Carding Machine We wish to notify the oltlzens of Wolfe and adjoining counties that wu have rented CAMPTON Who Kilted mifrHttmindsfl But as to who is selling the cheapest goods in Hazel Green is easily told at Campton Ky iur iiiin season We are putting the machino itl good order and will be ready for carding by Monday May 18th 1891 We have employed James A Silen cer who has formerly run thu iiiuohinc and wo guarantee satisfaction The prices will be the saino as they havo been Parties coming from a distance will be accommo dated if possible with their carding to take home with them We solicit the patronage of the public Respectfully THE CARDING MACHINE Is a question hard to answer Â¬ POTTS BAILEY 5 Â¬ lAYAHLE QUARTERLY ON DEMAND Address SPEWER COOPEIt Hazel Green Ky What has become of the movement that was set on foot last fall to establish -- The Ezel Mill company are pulliug down theii old buildings and making O H Swango are considerable improvements adding wool The many friends of pleased to see him on the streets again carding machinery which will soon be in operation and as Stephen Pebworth Spencer Cooper and better I are ex- Â¬ of Owsley county one of the oldest and pected to return home Saturday evening most experienced carders in this country Floyd Day after an absence of several will take charge of this department weeks on business returned home those patronizing them in this line may 8tf rest assured of perfect satisfaction Wednesday evening John H Pieratt feels proud over the Miss Laura Rawlings of Covington recognition of Eastern Kentucky claims who formerly kept a millinery establish- Â¬ in tho Louisville convention ment in Hazel Green in connection with R H Vansant of Elliott was chosen J T Day Cos store arrived here on as Executive committeeman fortius dis- Wednesday evening and will in partner ship with Miss Lula Day open a large trict at tho Louisville convention millinery torc due notice of which will The protracted drought and cool weath- bo given in future issues of The Her er is quite a drawback to all kindsof gar- Â¬ ald den truck and other agricultural pur A letter received at this office last week suits from Eld D H Fallen but too lato to John S Hargis of Breathitt county make mention of in time that a pro- Â¬ candidate for State Senator from this dis- tracted meeting would be held at Days trict passed through town en route Men- boro beginning on the 19th inst Bro ifee county Fallen passed through town Inst Tuesday to begin the meeting nnd it promises to J Taylor Day returned homo Wednes be a successful one so far as heard from day after an extended trip to Louisville and Cincinnati markets replenishing Attention is called to tho advertise- Â¬ their already largo stock ment of the Campton Carding Machine Bai Â¬ Messrs Potts in It is with pleasure we announce to our leyanother column machino and having have leased the readers that G B Swango has been nom secured the services of Jas A Spencer inated for Register of tho Land oificc an expert carder well known in this sec and a good one ho will make tion guarantee satisfaction to all who Some of tho recent guests at tho Day may favor them with their patronage House were WH Giles Mt Sterling J Z Haney will preach at tho Presby- Â¬ G M Christian Portsmouth Ohio C terian church in this place Sunday at 11 W Milliken Cincinnati Ohio A m and at 730 p si Ho will also deliv- Â¬ Elder D G Combs preached at tho er a talk to tho children at 3 p m of Christian Church at this placo Saturday tho same day and at the same church afternoon and evening and Sunday morn- Â¬ Everybody invited especially tho chil ing and evening to largo congregations dren Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ ocratic party We are authorized to announce WEEDEN CONGLETON as a candidate for Sheriff of Wolfe county subject to the action of the Democratic party JAMES K ROBERTS of Lee county is a candidate for the State Senate in this the 81th Senatorial district subject to the ac tion ot tne Democratic party We are authorized to announce JOHN S IIARG1S of Jackson ns a candidate for State Senator from this the 34th Senatorial district subject to tjic- - action of the Demo cratic party We are authorized to announce JOHN P WELLS of Paintsvillc Johnson oounty as a candidate for Senator from this the 34th Senatorial district subject to the action of the Democratic party We are authorized to announce JOHN D ATKINSON of Powell county as a candi date for State Senator from the 31th Sena torial district subject to the action of the Democratic party Â¬ Â¬ an express office in Hazel Green Since ANNOUNCEMENT the hack line has been started between We are authorized to announce GEORGE W DRAKE as a candidate for Sheriff of here and llothwell station it seems that Wolfe County subject to action of the Dem all express matter for Hazel Green is Â¬ Will Make the linen Campton Ky May 18 1891 To the Voters of Wolfo County Having accepted a temporary position ns detective for the K U railroad com Â¬ pany I desire to say to tho people of Wolfe county that my present engage ment with said company docs not and shall not prevent mo from making the race for Sheriff as I am Btill nnd will continue to bo a candidato until the candidates are voted for all other reports to the contrary notwithstanding ANNOUNCEMENTS 1891 1892 HF PIERATT 3 CO HAZEL GREEN ACADEMY Normal and Preparatory School FIRST TERM 11EGIN8 aro closing out If Low Prices are what you want wo have cot them We times Wit to S MONDAY SEPTEMBER 7 1891 Yours obediently We aro going to sell We have got prices to suit hard All wo ask is to give CO George W Drake Cniupton Currency W T Bailey of Manchester was here Monday Born To tho wife of John J Tutt one day last week a girl H B Maupin of Catlettsburg was in town last Wednesday on business George Drako directs us to have his paper changed to Elkatawa Breathitt Rates of Tuitiou per Month 100 Â¬ employed in the district FREE SCHOLARSHIPS Any scholars takii g first and second hon ors on the completion of their courses in the Academy shall be entitled to a free scholar ship each in Kentucky University A free scholarship in the Academy will bo awarded to one pupil from each of the following There will be an election held at the mountain counties viz Hreahitt Clay El liott Floul Harlan Johnson Knott Lee school house in Hazel Green on Satur Co Ky Leslie Letcher Lawrence Martin Magoffin Â¬ day June 6 1891 for the purpose of choosMarriage license were issued to John Menclee Morgan Owsley Perry Pike Pow ing a trustee for school district No 26 Floyd King nnd Miss Fanny Wadkins ell and Rowan provided such arrange ments have been made for tho competitive Every voter in the district should turn yesterday examination h the common school author out on this occasion and help in electing Henry Mattock of Knoxville Tenn ities or with their consent as shall enable of some good person who has at heart the and C D Sublett of Mt Sterling were each student the common school grades to compete for scholarship and the appli proper education of children and will see here last week on business cant therefor shall bear a certificate from the examiner that he has obtained the high that none but the best of teachers are G M Christian of Portsmouth Ohio est mark attained upon the examination in Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ sent over the K U road to Torrent thus necessitating the employment of a spe Â¬ cial wagoner to bring small parcels to this place which could easily bo brought on the hack were arrangements made to have an office in Hazel Green J5S Payable onc hnlf on catering School the other at middle of term 150 and 200 us a call H F PIERATT Â¬ Â¬ at once or you will pay cost CO 13f3m P J F- - QAftB Jeweler EZEL KY S All outstanding notes and accounts must bo settled P Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ and W II Giles of Mt Sterling were in town yesterday on business W H Simms of St Helens G W Sewcll of Jackson and B M Combs of Taulbee were registered at the Combs House one day last week B F Vansant of Martinsburg came up from the Louisville convention Sun- Â¬ day and left yesterday for Beattyvillo and other points on business The show the beautiful show at Winchester drew quite a number of ladies and gentleman from this place to sco the elephant Too numerous to mention George Drake private detective for the K U R R returned from Coving- Â¬ ton Saturday and spent Sunday with his family and left Monday for his post of Boys look out duty James son or lienry Madden was kicked by a horse last Sunday Dr J H Stamper was called to see him and dressed his wounds Ho reports three ribs brokon and other injuries though ho will probably recover J B Hollon and A F Byrd returned yesterday from tho Louisvillo convention Tho boys and everybody else aro all in smiles over the nomination of Hon G B Swaugo for Register of the Land Oifico Praise God from whom all Â¬ Â¬ his county We are arranging to build a Dormitory that will accommodate 50 boarders and will have it ready for occupancy by the opening of school There will not be anv more trouble about too high board The cost of board will be the lowest possible We will be prepared to do better work next session than ever before During the summer the school will be supplied with maps charts globes etc etc i ou cannot find a better school in the mountains of Kentucky Our rates are low MEYER our methods of teaching Normal we keop WITH abreasi with the tide of education Our pupils are our best advertisement We refer you to them Hazel Green is tho prettiest town in Eastern Kentucky free from many of ills of 0 JORIJRR8 INO- railway towns and those of more popula tion no saloons or harbors of temptation The people welcome strangers and influ Hardware Agricultural Implemints ences for good arc thrown around them An ooaniers win ue unuer tne supervision OLIVER CHILLED PLOWS MALTA PLOWS FOSTER STOVE CO of the teuchers Send for catalogues etc COOKS MILLS EVAPORATORS WML H CORD CHAMPION REAPERS MOWERS May 8 1891 STODDARD AND ACME HARROWS PRINCIPAL DOORS AND ASH A SPECIALTY 11 V TYLER JOHN II 1108K Nos 110 112 Second Street 91y IRONTON OHIO Â¬ HOARDING Watches Clocks Jewelry GO QUS Â¬ Â¬ W M KERR -- Â¬ Â¬ TYLER ROSE HAZEL GItEEN KY OQO0GOQfo0tJ WANTED ftliHittfifAtiiTafiiiiiaitiiriiH AND IftlilffillViWfelllHBHBlltIBfl WAGON oMAKING We carry a stock of Iron and Wagon Ma terials of all kinds and give special atten tion to Horse shoeing Â¬ Hbw andJLiberal Terms blessings flow Â¬ There will bo religious services held at J W Craven returned homo Sunday in May 31st evening after a two weeks jaunt with a Ezel on tho fifth Sunday upst at half past ten oclock in tho mqrn commercial tourist through the towns of and left again ing conducted by Elder J T Pioratt Eastern Kentucky morning for Montgomery Wednesday Misses Lula and Lillio Day who have and Bath counties to sot up a number of been in Cincinnati purchasing tho latest tombstones htyles of ladies head wear and trim Â¬ Dr J A Taulbeo has returned from mings returned home Wednesday even- Â¬ tho Louisvillo convention and wears his ing delegate badgo as a mark of distinction Dolegates to the Louisvillo convention in honor of the glorious victory won by havo all returned home and express the mountain boys in securing tho nom- Â¬ themselves highly pleased with the cour- Â¬ ination of Judge Swaugo teous treatment received while in tho On next Sunday tho 24th inst Elder Falls City J T Pieratt will preach at Dr Nickolls Hon G B Swango returned from tho school houso on Blackwater at half past Louisvillo convention Tuesday ovening ten oclock in tho morning and half past and is greatly elated over his success in three oclock in tho afternoon securing tho nomination for Register of Campton Ky May 16 1891 tho Land Office Mr Spencer Cooper Enclosed you Tho funeral of Valentino Pieratt late will find One Dollar for which please of Morgan county will bo preached at send mo tho HazelGreen Herald and his old homo on Blackwater by Elder Obllgo LYDIA J STAMPEIt H II Little of the Christian church at Subscribe for The Herald only 1 a half past ton oclock in tho morning All year It gives all the news are invited I I noticed last week that J C Lykins our efficient County Attorney looked unusually pleasant and I was at a loss to understand tho causo until Dr Stam per told us it was a boy born thoro last week Tho mother and child arc getting along very well Dr H H Stamper son of Dr J H Stamper left hero for Stonewall Indian Territory a few weeks sinco to practico his profession and writes his father that ho is well satisfied with his now homo and is getting a good practico Whilo wo rcgrot to lose such a promising young man as Harvey from our midst yot wo wish him and feel certain that he will have abundant success in his new field of labor Tom Thumb May 19 Â¬ H35T Address A J COLE Gen Â¬ eral Agont Bnrbourvillo Ky or JOHN O OGDEN Nurseryman 71y Somerset Ky 3 THE WINCHESTER BANK WINCHESTER KY N II WITIIER8P00N President R D HUNTER Cashier tCKjQcyaaaoGcygQocBagQfl J R Sharp Rruco Trimble T G Denton SHARP TRIMBLE DENTON MT 8TERLING KY Havo now a complete iino of Paid up Capital 20000000 Clothing Hats Boots Shoes Surplus 6000000 and Gents Furnishing Goods TIiIh Rank solicits the accounts of mer chants farmers traders and business men Wo solicit an inspection of generally throughout Eastern Kentucky und oilers its customers every fucility and our goods and guaranteo pri Â¬ tho most liberal terms within the limits of ces satisfactory and articles as legitimate banking octl8ly Mt Sterling National Bank recommended Â¬ MT STERLING KY I J DINGFELDER with Megrimine tho only permanent euro A Novor Falling ltomcdy Capital 100000 M ROBINSON CO Importers and Jobbers of for all forms of headache and neuralgia 16550 relieves tho pain in from 16 to 20 min- Â¬ utes For salo on positive guarantee at LEWIS APPERSON President DRY GOODS AND NOTIONS II R FRENCH Oabhieii The Herald offico or sent postpaid by mail on receipt of price CO cents a box Mountain business is respectfully solicited Nob C37 039 and Ml with tho assurance that we will treat evory t WcstMaltfBtrMt customer fairly - Surplus o -- 1 NEW- FARMERS BAHK MT STERLING KY Traders Deposit MT STERLING KY o LOUISVILLE KY SALARY 120 PER WEEK Wanted Good Acikntb to bell ou GENERAL LINK OP MEBGHANpiHK No ar Capital Wm 8250000 Surplus 840000 CiiA8 M J M Mitchell Gitunns Cashier Â¬ President DIG8TAFP President G L KIRKPATRICK Vice President W W THOMSON Cashier AllOVB SALARY WILL UK PEDDLING PAID TO FOK FUR Â¬ AGENTS LIVE THER INFORMATION ADDRBWJ CHICAGO GENERAL SUPPLY CO 178 W Van Buren St Chicago III The largest capital mid surplus nnd indi vidual deposits than any bank In this sec tior of the State DIRECTORS L KlKKPATKIOK ANDREW FeHLKR J T Highland Dr R Q Drakb W T Tyler J D Read G tgSSNv HORSE BILLS PrinUU tuid at lowiwt rata at tkU oJflot Send an yoar ordr la thttmt tyU asracsra mstivny -- 9B vf s- - v I n IEr I Hf II I II MM p Is which manifests itsolf upon tho least uutu and bawls for all hands to reef top THE BACTERIA FAD Tu COURIER JOURNAL stimulation For instanoo if tho mas sails as I was saying to you Sclenco Gone Bind In tho Hands of Enthu LOUISVILLE KY setcr or muscle of tho jaw is touched it That was my first night aloft you stustB - - - Editor will contract as from a totanic spasm SPENCER COOPER know and I never thought no more Theso doctors aro a wearisome lot Tho danger lies in tho liability of about his saying Id murdered his wife Subscription latcs Dally and Sunday 10 observes tho Milwaukee Sentinel If theso totantic contractions spreading till I got back to my bxink after turn Â¬ HAZEL GREEN KY the world were foolish enough to at Â¬ a yenr Daily without Sunday 8 a year and involving - May 22 1891 reaching tho some vital organ or oven ing two reefs in tho topsails Then I tempt to follow all their suggestions Sunday 2 a year Weekly 1 a year heart It is beyond all saw ho was gone and to avoid all that hygienic cranks power of man to simulate theso symp- Â¬ Next morning tho second mate calls declare to be dangerous living would The Weekly Courier Journal toms Thirdly association of ideas is to me when I came on deck be impossible except under conditions Has the largtht circulation of any Demo entirely absent and tho brain is func- Â¬ cratic New simper in the United Status and Do you want to see tho coffin of the that would make living Intolerable proposes to double or treble its already tionally inactive man what said you murdered his wifeV The latest fad next to the disposition large circulation Â¬ The sixth stage or complete contrac- says he of surgeons to extirpate all tho impor Â¬ BY GIVING AWAY ture is never induced except for scien Â¬ Yes sir says I tant organs of the body is to find UniW 9 EACH AND EVERY DAY nUW tific investigationor for extreme surgi Â¬ Come aft here and look over the bacteria everywhere and to warn cal operations All tho muscles except rail then says he So I went and people against doing for fear of bac- Â¬ To some one a splendid High Arm Sewing Machine or a Handsome Qold Watch those concerned in the circulation and looked and there was a shark about as in respiration arc rigidly contracted All big as that yawl swimming along under teria what it is necessary to do orderÂ¬ ABSOLUTELY FREE Bfl A Buffalo docto get along at all rcllcxcs and mental phenomena are ab Â¬ tho counter waiting for another of us Â¬ tor has found nothing better to ocFull particulars in Weekly Courier-Journsent and long continuanco in this con- Â¬ Siiniplc copy free Send for one to ad cupy his time or no better way HYPNOTISM FUTURE OF THE OYSTER dition sometimes called deep trance to examine under Address W N IIALDEMAN may cause tho subject to pass quietly Its Kxtluctlon Threatened Unless Now vertise himself thanstraps in the microscope the tho street President Courier Journal Company Methods Aro Adopted A Study In tho MyBtorloua and into cars by which unhappy wretches main- Â¬ Tho Bovcnth stage or death A recent letter from General llradley tain an upright position when the cars LOUISVILLE KY Bowildoring Art T Johnston to a Ualtimorc paper pre- Â¬ are crowded Ho finds these straps AN ADVENTURE ON THE GANGES dicting the extinction of the oyster beds i II t 111 WttT fairly reeking with bacteria This An Interesting Description of tho Coll uta sxvuu wie luiiowmgciuu mien iinu Tho Wroth of n Blooper Whoso Slumber unless measures shall be taken to re Â¬ is a strange use of tho word reck Wo scud in your subscriptions at once Clones In by Hovcn Degreua on That Hud Horn Disturbed plenish them is likely to bear good fruit might as well speak of tho atmosphere Its Vlctlm How Mlnil Uoaduig M Oft On sailing up tho Ganges says a President Tyler of William and Mary Is Accomplished as reeking with birds Reeking means llAuh Gkkkx Hhkald and j VliUUi Wekkly Couitnnt JouitNAL in the Globe Democrat my boat College of Virginia in a letter to the steaming or smoking writer Bacteria have Address SPENCER COOPER What most deeply interests tho unin- happened to be moored by tho side of a Richmond Dispatch says that this col- Â¬ just as much right to be everywhere as formed mind concerning hypnotism is large budgerow a Ilcngal pleasure lege would gladly undertake the trust birds and butterflies have to ily in the Hazel Green Ky The air and tho exaggerated conditions which are boat in which a somewhat choleric of experimental oyster culture the most gentleman was as I conceived at rest college is in the center of tide water harmless they are forthe doctors part as reported I propose to givo my descrip- Â¬ ItJEAI THIS TWICE The idea seek to tion writes Arthur Howton in New all his boatmen and servants to the Virginia contiguous to tho oyster beds convoy is that whero there is micro- Â¬ York World which will unburden this number I dare say of twenty five or of James and York rivers and the gift scopic life there is danger to health If so called weird art of many misrepre- Â¬ thirty were sleeping rolled in their to it of a few thousand acres of oyster there is a spaco on earth where micro- Â¬ The only Protection that will effect- Â¬ sentations I must say however that white shawls upon the roof of the lands would enable it to work out the scopic life docs not exist man can not ually protect all people all classes all apartment in which ho it more than fulfills tho claims of its rose like a poop above was lying which question of oyster culture on a scientific exist on that spot The air we breathe the deck It was basis The offer should enlist the ready the water wo oxpononts in that it is a useful and ex- Â¬ drink is full of harmless labor and all interests is that styled a beautiful night and in the neighbor Â¬ co operation of the State tremely powerful adjunct in minor animalculae and would not be Self Protection acquired only from It may be true as Florida papers surgical operations on account of the hood of Colgong one of the most rootherwise a truthful knowledge of ways aud say that Indian river alone has oystereaso with which local or general mantic parts of the river We are warned against sneezing ex- Â¬ Â¬ I was seated on the deck although it -beds to supply the con- Â¬ cept into a bacterium receiver enough anesthesia may bo produced not to for fear means legal and illegal just and unwas past midnight enjoying the scene tinent for years or as one journal of letting loose into tho air destructive just by which the burdens of govern- Â¬ mention its valuo as a sedative and norvo recuperator also it is fair to say when my contemplations were disturbed puts it that any settler along its bacteria to attack tho nasal membranes by splashing in the wants a bed of his own of other folks We aro warned against ment profits of labor aud industry are that mind reading dono by hypnotic On an unusual the direction of thewater banks whoput a turning in noise has only to few palmetto logs on receiving money hard money so unequally divided subjects is sometimes almost inex- Â¬ I saw the unfortunate men leaping and the bottom of the river throw a bushel money without first putting or paper plicable It is this last faot which it through That knowledge is power and ignor- Â¬ keeps tho old magnetism alive Ac- Â¬ tumbling into the river from the boat of oysters upon it and they immediatelyÂ¬ a disinfecting process We are told to ance its slave is forcibly illustrated cording to tho best authorities there are of my passionate neighbor who was go to growing and multiplying indefi go through the world with a strainer Admitting this it is a well over the noso seven stages of hypnotis with well standing like a madman on tho deck nitely mouth with car daily in all walks of life among all brandishing a stick over their heads known fact that some of the most highly-pr- bolized gloves and the on marked characteristics and so all countries In short if Never beds in our neighboring waters we are to stand any show of living to a people in Tho first stage of hypnotis is tho leger moon shall I forget the scene The ized Where knowledge is used as a power lit up his bald head for he had have virtually become exhausted so reasonable age we are to shut ourselves sommoil or light sleop of Dr Liebault his at one of of oysters that made up in gauze saturated with disinfecting or a means for gaining wealth without In this stago tho subject is in an or thrown in a nightcap not being ablethe that the varieties merely people rage at to them famous are traditions now preparations drink distilled water ab dinary dozo produced by a gentle reach him with his stick The therefor it be boat Â¬ Pesides oyster culture has its scientific stain from every thing we like and have labor or an equivalent monotonous movement of tho hands in men necessary to deceive or keep in who are ulways tho form of passes fixing tho patients mers and did not seem expert swim claims and irrespective of results the no other concern in the world than the comes to lose their proposition of the Virginia college is care of health ignorance of such methods those from eyes steadily upon some bright small presence of x mind by the sudden transi- commendable as showing the practical There are certain reasonable sanitary whom the wealth is taken hence it s object thus producing slight cerebral tion very soon reached shore and exhaustion Thoro is no special peculi- Â¬ gazed in astonishment asthedid myself tendency of college work in these days rules based on a few facts of observa- Â¬ that of the ten thousand newspapers I tion that are worthy of serious atten- Â¬ arity about this stage excopt that the at the comedy in which they had taken In n Pound of Tea less than is more susceptible to sugges Â¬ subject A man who argues that one pound of tion They are not attended to ordi- Â¬ printed in tho United States tion but tho least noise or bursque such unexpected and conspicuous parts tea makes four hundred small or three narily because hygienic cran ks urge so ten are absolutely free and independent I conceived some terriblo offense must movement will restore his equanimity hundred ordinary sized cups states his many ridiculous and impossible rules class the subject in this condition has not lost have been given to have called for such case as follows Tea testers ordimirilv and so constantly shock the common of the power or control of some an uncompromising severity for every party or monopoly whose interest it is sense of mankind To ask a consciousness one was driven from his berth I was use a silver five cent piece for weighing being to refrain from grasping arational friends to keep the great mass of people in Tho second stage orsommeil profond soon relieved from my suspense how- Â¬ the exact quantity required for a cup is also named by Dr Liebault of Nan Â¬ ever The victor strutted two or three As there are about twenty five five cent hand for fear of bacteria to deny him- Â¬ ignorance of their methods cy and tho special characteristics aro times over the deserted field then turn- Â¬ pieces to an ounce and as there are self the pleasure of osculation and all The Cincinnati Weekly Enquirer is that tho subject is in a deop sleep but ing toward the routed enemy who sixteen ounces to a pound it follows that is too much If these doctors per-Â¬ sist in pointing out microscopic life one of the few if not the only one rotains consciousness of what is going seemed to rally on the batiks shook his that one pound of tea will actually on around him Ho is in a state of very stick at them and cried out in Hiudo make four hundred cups according to wherever they find it tho thing is to rec- Â¬ absolutely free from such influences much increased susceptibility to sugges Â¬ stanee the standard of strength ordinarily re Â¬ ognize the fact that microscopic life is It is the most honest thorough able edible and wholesome fried so much so in fact that if told tion quired Ill teach you to snore you scoun- Â¬ cups by professional testers The stewed baked or in any raw form teacher and exponent of truthful other that ho can not open his eyes he can drels used for this nurnose enntmn We are made up all of us every knowledge of reliable data free from not do so His goneral condition is one This ludicrous explanation of the however one fourth less than the aver Â¬ part of us of microscopic and in organisms of natural sleep except that in ordinary whole mystery affected the crew as it age domestic teacups It will there- Â¬ explicit sleep tho patient hoars nothing and a did myself and a loud laugh was the fore bo seen that after making due A man is simply a collection of such or- Â¬ partisan bias fair frank and sound will awake him whereas in this reply So extravagant a punishment allowance for the difference in the size ganisms every minute particle of his to such degree that one cannot but feel sleop tho patient if spoken to will an- Â¬ for as natural a fault they thought it of the cups the number will be very being having an independent life There edified and capable of forming correct is nothing to be frightened at Bacteria swer and even loud noises will not absurd to think further about and with close to three hundred Such a paper have Deen in the world a good while conclusions therefrom startlo him This stage is induced by the greatest good humor not willing and enough people have managed to should be in every household Sample Women nnd Champagne continuation of tho method given for howover to run the risk of a second stage the first It is curious what a great deal live to make it a pretty active world copies can be obtained by addressing fight they kindled a fire and squatting women have to do with champagne Tho third stago of somnambulism around it smoked their pipes and the publishers at Cincinnati O BUFFALO BONES is tho first in which tho subject com- Â¬ laughed at the event till it was time to says the Detroit Free Press The Mer echale d Estrees was a grand dame de Hundred of Tons of Them Shipped to pletely loses control of his actions prepare for sailing Tho Enquirer and The par le monde also was she an excellent Eastern Manufacturers is- not likely so touchy a traveler In this condition ho hoars and sees It will both be sent for Not satisfied with killing the buffalo no one except tho operator unless would give a favorable account of the woman of business in right of birth for ho is placed in harmony with him people he traveled among as he was she was tho daughter of a Jewish finan- Â¬ for his fur says the Grand Forks N D There is also in this condition a certain always one of their most violent cier She had vineyards at Mailly Plaindealor the avaricious man now one year for only 180 Send association of ideas in that the som- Â¬ abusers Poor man Tho recollection Verzy Verzenay and Sillery but she picks up the dry bones as they are in your subscriptions now nambulist if sot to washing his hands of his fate almost rebukes me for hav Â¬ united the produce of them all under the found over the State and sells them will not continue tho operation forever ing written the above anecdote lie one name Sillery She bestowed special to Eastern manufacturers Only a few but will after a reasonable time ask was murdered a short time afterward pains upon the cultivation of her vine- Â¬ years ago theso animals numbered mil- Â¬ for a towel This condition is lost in on tho banks of the river in his prog Â¬ yards and having a good wine to sell lions Now thero may be fifty within used her social position unsparingly to this State A few figures regarding the deeper stages In this condition there ress to Cawnpore force it down the throats of her contem- Â¬ bones of the animals slaughtered during Is a skin deep insensibility to pain and poraries The popularity of Sillery the last few years will show in what A LIVING COFFIN tho pupils of tho eyes are contracted seems to have been tho beginning of numbers they existed Whero tho buf Â¬ buti the fcroatcst peculiarity of this stage An Incident Tlmt Marred tho First VoyuRo that worship of brands which is so falo flourished there his cousin tho lies in tho hypercsthotic powers of un Old Sailor Man characteristic of tho modern wine domesticated cow will thrive and In somo subjects It is to this UI made my first voyage in 18r0 peculiarity that wo owo tho wonders of said the mate of the Argonta at St drinker Tho vineyards in tho Cham Â¬ sheep and horses will do especially well mind reading as in this condition a John N 11 one day last summer as pagne department cover 138870 En Â¬ on the nutritious herbage that enticed A pamphlet of Information andab- good subjects senses are so infinitely the New York Sun lvports the story glish acres which produce about 14 the bison from tho south and central struct or tno lawagiumlnK Uotr to 000000 gallons of wlno annually of plains From tho single station of uoiain rwents careutu Trade sharpened that thoy can catch a clow I shipped in a brig bound from here to vjjants uopriRnta sent Jrtt given by an operator which would fall Glasgow with deals and rough spars 1 which about one third is sparkling Minot there were shipped of buffalo Addm MUNN CO wine bones in 1880 two hundred and twenty v3ul Ilronuwnr 16 reach tho sharpest unhypnotized per was almost a inuu grown and had Hew lork five tons 1887 six hundred tons in son in tho world Kooplnff Ileforu tho Public served a year In a sail loft so that 1 1888 three hundred and bevcny five Tho fourth stago is catalepsy This could splice and out and sow sails but Wife Must you go out to night tons in 1880 two thousand seven hun Â¬ is tho first stage which is absolutely I shipped as ordinary seaman at ten Husband Indeed I must Important dred and seventy five tons and there Â¬ pathological and is not as in the form- shillings a month less than the other vory important It wont do to stay er stages merely psychical effects In seamen Tho second night out It came around home theso days A man must have been shipped this year and are this stage tho subjects muscles aro on to blow and we wore rousted out to keep himself before the public or be ready for shipment at that one station two thousand four hundred tons Col all in a flaccid or wax llko condition take In sail Uoforo the wind was forgotton limbs aro passed I was in my bunk in tho fore and if tho subjects Wife How are you going to keep Lounsberry estimates these bones rep- Â¬ resent two hundred and fifty nine thou- Â¬ position no matter how castle a house on deck like the Ar yourself before tho public to night placed in awkward or uncomfortable it may gentas sitting there and on the other Husband Easily enough Ill just sand two hundred animals and that lie ho will rotaln it while his side was another man sitting there look around until I run across some these shipments do not represent over Caveats and Trado Marka obtained and all Pat business breathing and pulse will remain more looking at me very hard All at once sort of a meeting somewhore or other ono thirticth of tho entire amount of ent Our Office conducted for Moderate Fees Office is US buffalo bones that have been bleached and wo can BccuroOpposite In lessPatent than those con- Â¬ he points his finger at me and says regular than any ono in a normal and then Ill go in aud nominate Chaun patent time on the sunny surface of North Dakota romnto from Washington coy M Dopew for something or other dition oould possibly attempt to simu Â¬ You murdered mo wife Send model drawing or photo with descripbones that once were the frame work tion Wo advlBe This has been proven by tho says Youre n liar I never saw and my namo will bo in all tho papers I late if patenlablo or not frco of of seven million buffaloes charge Our feo not duo till patont is secured sphymographio charts of Tamburlno your wife I was pretty fresh for o to morrow N Y Weekly A Pamphlet How to Obtain Patents with and Sepplli In this stago tho ocular boy you know but ho took mo all names of actual clients In your State county or Kleotrlc Cam for Itheumntlrs town Bent frco Address and patellar rellox is almost entirely aback unexpected like just as when A Civilising Process Accounts come from St Louis of tho deficient the customs house officer yesterday Tho holy synod established a monas latest craze In that city which is to rido Tho fifth stago is lothargy This is a asked mo where Greenland was tery In Nova Zerabla by way of ex Â¬ on tho electric car to cure rheumatism Opposite Patent Office Washlnaton D C Well there ho sat htarlug at me periment to find out whothor tho monks A greater number than stago which is dangerous for any ono would bo im Â¬ not fully compotont and with long ex Â¬ very sober and pretty soon ho points could exerclso any civilizing influence agined of tho crowds that fill the elec Â¬ m ft ft ft A V KA IfC nn1f rtV tobMT III 1 i Imi rrml frriilirnoreltbrr perience to meddle with on account of his finger at mo ngaiu and says solemn on tho peoplo in tlio distant north The tric cars uro peoplo who have tho idea X 111 I ft l4ciiiiiy Ulrlriiitt mil wrllrinil wl 11 ncrlnlruclloull wotklnilulriooilr the acute tetanus which always accom Â¬ like experiment produced favorable results that electricity will euro every ailment til In ttitlrown lorillilrtn In rrrr r lh llvel will lo rural rriltiMtlim ur employ You murdered rao wife panies it The general idea is oxpressed Now a rosolutlon has been adopted to under tho sun and in St w Mi h yiu rn r urn that imount theso Ili inoiiir Jo mc Youre a bloomin liar I says establish monasteries at various points adherents of tho olectrlo Louis propa Â¬ Irtmtd fur lurunlrunmiMt ful iiiUnra KallynJ quicklyI by tho German investigators that theso faith IUlrebiituuMuikrr irummclidUtilclorcouoiy I never saw your wife lr4dy uuithl and provlJti wllli tmploimfPi effects fire produced by suggestion and again In the Government of Archangel and In ganda muster especially strong A con- Â¬ luliIh I nil ur KK0 K K h Il KK With that ho begins telling hes the Potchorsk territories imitation This is orroncous howover ductor on ono of tho strcot car lines is VJ V ALLKS tMlculan FiriHinaiAUInrM t onf Js llux going ashore to see a man ho calls by Auuiislu Mulue as r1ua ben demonstrated by the reported as saying It is amusing to Woll Meant Hut Iludly Planned ellaiqua of Prof Charcot a la Salt namo that used to live near St John in see passengers on our lino oylng each J Mrs nonoyton Are to those MAuriN Ptrire Paris The special symptoms clothesdays a and turns wo stowing his tho cigars I gavo you those somo of other and whispering to companions bag and could sco ho in WITH art first an entirely relaxed condition about tho now cure for rheumatism If H the muaales so that if the subject Is was in tho deliriums Ho worked in a Honoyton Yes a man woman or child boards a car D v Mrs Honoyton How aro thoy rated vp Mullet Jail ha wllfdrop in a te rlblo hurry singing out to a man ho with a crutch or cane you can hear V Honoyton They aro of the kind that whispers to tho effect th ItMt ability to said was outside in a dory waiting for in I lis ATro nnv mnne that there is a belter sfepoeHton 8ea41y there is him to hold fast a minute and hed it is better to givo than to recoivo NOTIONS HOOTS Bn6ESaJ rheumatic patient out to tebt tho now hyper excitability make haste and just then comes the Harpers lissmr ft jMuro HKUMntlar cure feflly OATLETTSnUHG KY Hazel Geeen Heeald Â¬ Friday Â¬ al Â¬ 1 1 i Â¬ -- life-sustaini- Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ -- Herald od PATEN l k Â¬ mm CASNOWCO J till JW l Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ 4J Hn njvdYrniut M H CARPENTER -- HH HMI A t iA I AjfciM A ADDITIONAL ALLIANCE Tim SiibTrcnuury llan Sired by ABDALLAH WEST 2683 handsomest Son of the ability the patriotism and the devohis great sire and Sire of Wilkin 227 tion of tho men who projwsed this sys Â¬ tho handsomest of First dam the dam of Black Cloud 217 r tem but even that cannot induce me to any trotting bred by Pilot Walker pacer remain quiet when I believe a project so horse in the United Sccoud dam the Clukc pacing niaro pregnant withes evil to all class is being States inaugurated Notk Abdallah West 2583 by Alllo Sired by George Wilkes 222 West 1st dnm Miss Coons dam of Wilson Tho articlo in question is only a sample 210 by Clark Chief 2d dam Ohio by of what is going tho rounds of tho mon- Â¬ Sire of Harry Wilkes 213M Guy Wilkes American Clay 3d dam brought from Ohio Wll and represented to bo by Browns Bellfoun opolistic press and only echoes tho objec2loX Mike Wilkes pacer 215 son 210K So So 217M Wilcox pacer der Abdallnh West died nt six years old tions which have been made for years by Ho was the most promising colt over bred Wilton 210 210tf Bosa Wilkes 218 the money power of Wall street and their Joe Bunker 219 Flora Wilkes pacer West Cloud is n rich fuahognny bay 15 2 19J Tom ltogers 220 etc henchmen and dupes all over the coun- Â¬ hands 2 inches with black mane and tail and black legs extendinc above knees And try It is the same old plea for an hon- Â¬ hocks He is a powerfully built horso for First dam Sally Hamlet winner of est money which has cost this country Hamlet Stakes in 1875 by Hamlet his height and has the most finished set of Bire of Loretta F 218 so dear already It is simply asserted to A V Pantllnd feet and legs its possible to gel on a horso T a lliltl of any breed As a he gave rn 2Wi Truro naccr be unconstitutional with not a single Lcontine 223 Brookside Flora 229 and evidence of bclnjr possessed of remarkable feature pointed out wherein it conflicts Cyclone speed as with little handling he trotted a the dams oi Thornlcss 218 223 M Granby 225 Graceful 225 and half mile in 1181 6 and miles in his work with the constitution in 249 At throe years old ho was not linuuciinwvA Protection gone mad indeed trained owing to a very severe attack of It has Second dam Sal dam of Coarser 220 Cap pink eve He also done no work on tho become popular of late years when the tain Clay Driftwood and grandam ol Mar- track as a As a farmer or laborer of any kind asks fora lowe pacer 215 by Canada Chief sire ho was Jogged and trained lightly more for of dams of Governor 230 and Joe Hook- the purpose of ascertaining if bo was entire- Â¬ little legislation to protect him prom the boriously created er siro of Maud Maoey 217 etc ly recovered than with a view of testing his speed In a few months be This correspondent then proceeds to insatiate greed of corporations and the a Aill Third dam tho dam of Sofe that produced mile in 238 and half in 115 trotted season money power to raise the cry of class This make what he calls an argument in the Blanche 225K by hup Yorkshire sire 1890 he served a few marcs of my own of dam of Ashland Chief sire of Black was not put to work until September and following manner It is the most un- legislation Had the political hench- Â¬ and Cloud 217 bis improvement wns most remnrkable Ho reasonable unconstitutional unjust and men who aro now so ready to raise this halves Fourth dam by Woodpcoker thoroughbred repeatedly trotted will withina 110 and I am unequal demand for protection ever cry against the sub treasury plan been as fully convinced he seasons train sire ot Prince 227 Kf ten miles in 2808- - ing trot in 220 I willJcthimservo 20 mares What swift in sounding their warnings against made in this land of protection The fee of Favette Wilkes is within the season of 1891 oulside of ten of my own at is there in the above statement except the class laws already upon tho statute 80 THE SEASON money due at time reach of nil anil lower than that of any of service or bofore removal of mnrc Tho But hero he goes again books of the country their sincerity at mere assertions horse of equal merit in Kentucky usual return privilege is given to return As it The money this system would require present would not be questioned mare in 1892 should she not get iu foal SEASON SIOO is it looks very much like they were the would demand more than treble addiin foal have the usual privilege of return I breed sound hichlv not Marcs bred by the tratfftrn niiil Imvn tional taxation unless it should be se- Â¬ hirelings of Wall street and its manipu- for snle high bred coltsseasonfillies provingproducing dams by a greater number of prominent sires than anyfinished in out of and farm tho land For lators That there are some who honest- Â¬ cured by the plan proposed in this sys sale at prices based on actual individual merit For further information see n v rnrinv ASumllQ rdfKi L6Xl16f Oflt Mt tem and which would be worse than the ly oppose the sub treasury plan we do catalogues which can be had on application Mares kept nt regular rates Ui Ji IntAbYs not doubt but they are not rushing into protection and treble taxation combined print with long articles composed of a In the next paragraph he says Official Directory of Wolfe County I shall not at present attempt to as- senseless jargon of words which indicate certain how much it would cost to put the fact they are either ignorant of the this sub treasury scheme in operation principles involved in the plan or are CIRCUIT COURT truckling to their political matters for and keep it running II C Lilly Judge Meets second Mod Â¬ day in January and July Right here let us pause to ask the gen- Â¬ the purpose of gratifying a selfish ambiJ P Marrs CoinuiouuealthH Attorney AT THIS OFFICE tleman how he knows that it would de tion We would be a man or a mouse J N Vaughn Trustee of Jury Fund W P Elkins Olerk of Circuit and Com mand more than treble additional taxa or a long tailed rat if wObelonged to an NOTEHEADS Â¬ mon Pleas Court to institute the system if he has Order of which 95 per cent indorsed certion J P Vansant Deputy Clerk LETTERHEADS Â¬ made no attempt to ascertain how much tain measures before we joined the enefc laLf lAaalBttalllUaMaaCaBBm -- mr jrTrt B BILLHEADS COMMON PLEAS COURT The present National my in lighting these measures we would it would cost S II Patrick Judge Meets 2nd Monday STATEMENTS taxation is about 400000000 Three resign step down and out and take our in February and August position with the natural enemies of the SALE BILLS times this amount isl200000000 This A T Combs Master Commissioner MINUTES is the amount which this versatile cor- Â¬ Order If we could not get the consent COUNTY COURT Â¬ respondent says will bo required to put of our minds to do this or summon courS M Tutt Judge Meets 1st Monday in I the plan in operation According to his age enough to bo a man we would gooff Any and everything at the lowest prices each month Quarterly Court Tuesday after crawl in a hole and die Tho most mis Â¬ jsi Mommy m AKiron June oeitemuer anu figures this would furnish the sum of can he rarned at our NKN line of work laiMIr md honorably by those or December This combined vountr stallion will mako provided in erable and depreciable spectacle imagina1500000 to each county sillier se voting or old and In Ihtlr Joseph C Lykins County Attorney the season of 1801 at our stables in Hazel own localltlf swhrrftsr titer Hit Any ble is a man who assists the natural ene Â¬ Easy to leant one ten ilo the work James 1 ilollon Court Clerk tho plan By ascertaining the assessed Green Ky and will servo marcs at TEN Wefarnlih eifrrthlnp We start jott No riik lou can devote C C Hanks Sheriff 10 TO INSURE A LIVING DOLLARS of all the property in your mies to destroy or impair tho Order to your snare moments or all jour time to the workeverThis Is an valuation T P Stamper Jailor wuiktr wouderful COLT money duo when tho mare foals Judas Iscariot is a entirely new Itdml brlnga Hi to ftUsuicess to and urmards r week un- which ho belongs Brrfnitrrs are earning from county you can easily determine the II N Hortoi School Superintendent with a lieu on tho colt until the money is and moro after a little einerlrnce We can fitrnlib you he em teach spare einlaln J P Pelfrey Cormier paid or if tho mure is parted with or bred fairness of his statement But then he credit to such a man because he went filorment andrHKti ynu KI1KK No CO toAtdtSTAhere Full BA1MC TTCUK V W G W Crcwcy Assessor to another horse the mousy is then due saya he makes no attempt to ascertain and hung himself after his treachery and Q II Lacy Surveyor Dkhoruticn and Pedigrkb the cost and we are inclined to believe such a thing can not be expected of some JUSTICES OF THE PEACE f6TD0 YOU WANT TO SAVE this statement at least to be true But of tho traitors within tho ranks of the FROM 25 to 50 CENTS ON EVERY GOLD DTJST is 0 years old tho 28th day District No 1 S P Murphy Wednesday high The money necessary to Alliance beautiful ho continues DOLLAR YOU SPEND If so white after 2nd Monday in March June Septem of May 18J1 10 hands white ahind chestnut with star and As to the Greenback Rag Baby be Â¬ feet carry out the plan is to bo raised oun Illustrated Catalogue ber and December A H Landrum Friday beautiful mane and tail His power stylo fou ing galvanized into life it is a mistake containing illustrations andfrioe8 after 3rd Monday in March June Septem and action are unsurpassed He was by the issue of legal tender paper money sired ucr anu ueccmocr Â¬ by Senator Iihtekhurn ho by Dillard Dud If this wonderful plan of getting money That much abused child has been enjoy- of everything manufactured inÂ¬ United States at manufactur District No 2 A FJohnson Thursday ley he by John Dillard the grandsiro of can be made to work the wealth of a ing very robust health for many years the prices 10000 illustrations after 2nd Monday in March June Septem Phil Thompson record 210 ErJo McCloud ers Nick nation can only bo limited by tho supply The Supremo Court of tho United States all lines represented catalogue ber and December J II Vest Saturday and dam waswith records better than 225 sired by tho Phillips horse tho after 3rd Monday iu March June September His of printing press- breaths into its nostrils tho elixir of per- Â¬ mailed free on application of paper the capacity sire of Blue Jeans he by Gen Taylor c and Dc2cmbcr It is true that it has grown Address Also at the same stables will be found tho es and the combination of the Arabic petual life to such magnificent proportions and stat CHICAGO GENERAL SUPPLY CO Distriot No 3 W B Duff Friday after elegantly bred young trotting stallion Under such a monetary sys Â¬ numbors No 178 West Van Buren St 2nd Monday iu March June September and ure that it became necessary to put on tem our present magnificent denominaDecember L M Brown 4th Monday in CHICAGO ILL March June September and December tions of money would becomo wasteful new garments It had outgrown tho old ones For this reason many of its old District No J P It Lege Saturday aft of time and material if not utterly use 3 r5 er 2nd Monday in March Juno September government time enemies havo not recognized it Oth Â¬ For if tho CQ less when made 09ft0tsOOOOfeA0 T3 and December Isaiah Speycer Tuesday who will O Pt C can print on a piece of paper the legend ers are embracing it because it has on 5 c a after 4th Monday iu Marcli June Septem marcs serve a limited number Of approved o fT P o at 10 TO INSURE A LIVING COLT ber and December and by fixing the now clothes But tho baby is and always O 85 This is one dollar n ou the same terms as above 1 w J U a 3 S IGbrti n ATA seal of authority make it ono dollar has been distressly for the Hazardites Dlstiict No 5 Preston Ilollon 3rd Mon X H DKflCmfHON AND PKDIGKKB day in March June September and Decem7Z w ra wouldnt it be a more expeditious way healthy Ho is now training to kick the o ber David Hanks Friday after lBt Monday pedestal from under tho gold god which H QJ 0 POST HOY rtaC- - ij 5 of raising revenue to print instead This 2 33 iu March June September and December record 213 heJR was sired by post Boy W Q i tc by Magic siro of Clemmio tho saints of Wall sreet worship and to a a 5n is ono million dollars - ri a w No GS S Rose Tuesday after G 215 Alice Stoner 22 1 Mystery 220 District 03 bi o MfJ What stupendous argument Wo have box tho ears of metalists who worship 3rd Monday iu March June September and Ac dam Molllc Emery sired by Strath 8 8 88 r idols This young giant has been un- Â¬ r December M K OHalr Saturday after more sire of Santa Glaus 217 j Tucker read that tho way to answer a fool was to cTSs 1st Monday in March June September and 210 Cricket 2J0r Adonis 2Utf 6iiil colon 219 Sister V218Ji Hummer 219 Wo i try a little der tho training of tho goddess of liberty with his own folly o o tL4J T December Â¬ Charles Derby 220 Faustina 20 Bon o right here for wo havo who it will bo remembered has been abof that advice District No 7 Klias Shockoy Wednes nio Wilmore222Kj tyhuebcrry 221 and holds that sent from tho national capital for a num- Â¬ S 3 23 certainly found the fool Ho day after 3rd Monday in March June Sep a number of others in the 230 Jist POST t M2 tember and December It G Itoso 2nd BOY JR is a beautiful chejitifut with no gold and silvor are tho only constitution- Â¬ ber of years and who now asserts that ho tho Rag Baby is the rightful heir Monday in March June September and De marks 0 years old Mayl5th 1891 6 Jiands Very well Now if tho gov- Â¬ al money 1 inones nign anu gives pramuo or being cember In any event tho young heard from in tho future among trotters ernment can mako money by tho iesuo of to tho throne District No 8 J M Burton Thursday Any ono who is familiar with iiidhers Post gold and silver our present magnificent man supported by tho influence of his after 3rd Monday in March Juno Septem Bov will readily rocognUa Post Boy Jr god mother tho Goddess will mako it And last but not least will bo found at ber and December W Bvancleave Tues denominations of that money is wasteful hot for tho boodlers day after 2nd Monday in March June Sep the same stabled the well known aad highly Â¬ If tho govern oftimo and material appreciated Jack tember and December can print stamp on a piece of gold ment To Nervous Dtthllltntetl Men f www T v Ff WWVf V WVffVvvf fVP VVVVVVV CAMPTON POLICE COURT or silver tho legend This is ono dollar If you will send us your address wo Dr J II Stamper Judge Court third u and by fixing the seal of authority mako will mail you our illustrated pamphlet So Monday in each mouth J P Hall Marshal it ono dollar wouldnt it bo a more expe explaining all about Dr Dyes Celebra Â¬ ditious way of raising revenue to print ted Electro Voltaic Belt and Appliances HAZEL GREEN POLICE COURT rfc m FaJaaMfc TlnWr who will servo mares at 10 TQ V and their charming effects upon tho ner- Â¬ instead D S Godscy Judge This is ono million dollars Court Friday aftor A LIVING COLT on same terms INSURE us above 3rd Monday iu March June September and described This Jack has no superior as a Tho wealth of a nation thou would vous debilitated system and how they December J W Howerton Marshal gootl brocder only bo limited by tho supply of gold will quickly restore you to vigor and iuAll earo will be taken to prevent ac cidents but We will not be responsible If and silver tho capacity of tho mints manhood health Pamphlet freo LEE CITY POLICE COURT J T k F DAY and tho combinations of tho Arabic you aro thus afllicted wo will send you Cj Clay Itoso Marshal There is no record should they occur I HjPaBP of who is Police Judge nor when court is Belt and Appliances on a trial numbers held This correspondent who sets out in Voltaic Bklt Co Marshall Mich flnutc mil fortunes hire been md his articlo of criticism proclaiming to bo work Air us by Ana Auillu Neuralgic lersona Tsiss anil Jno Ilonn Tolsdo Ohio SEITZ a member of tho Union undertakes to And thoso troubled with nervousness resulting 11117 seruiuihfaienoiofa4weiiIWBO FOR SALE AT THIS OFFICE WITH lot jruuT Soma rani ot er f provo his loyalty to tho Order by criticis from caro or overwork will be relieved by taking ouin I4U can oo toe wotk ana lire 25 for 10c M home Whtm sr you are rven tie- iSon JJrowns Iron Sitters Genuine Those cising its two most prominent and essen Â¬ CO for oners at easily earnlm- from 14 to 160 WUOLK8ALB haa trade mark and crossed red line on wrapper 1 Klaitar Aliases We show you how r T TW an J start you Can work la sfare tliita 100 for tial objects tho issue of legal tenders and Xe JKV SSJ S SK Â¬ oral the time Mf money vt work Additional Alliunco news will bo found ers failure unauown amoBff them tho estoblishmentof tho subtreasury plan arDout wIt until they tut k11 got SKW and WMHierfet raitlcutert free Ho pioduces no argument against either on another page - lf llMHlletttfc CIlux SlrUttudailMtj but come and get them nowi ASHLAND KY Â¬ Â¬ two-year-o- ld Before attempting to niidwnr any of tho objections constitutional or other- Â¬ wise to tho plan we desire to state that there is but little besides ridicule bare assertions misrepresentations and the cheapest kind of balderdash offered to be controverted If the plan is open to one half tho objections which its enemies charge it with it is strange that some good logical reason have not been given Wo have to sustain those objections considerable interest the watched with discussion if such it might be willed of this measure and we have failed as yet to seo a single good logical reason why it should not become a law For the benefit of our readers we will quote some of tho objections which we have noted as they appeared in tho press from time to time A correspondent in tho Journal of Ag- Â¬ riculture says of the plat 1 It is the Protective idea gone mud 2 It is the old lifeless Greenback Kag Baby galvanized into life by the feat of 4000000 American citizens be- Â¬ longing to and allied with the Union and with torch and axe threatening to demolish the financial system the wis Â¬ dom and experience of the ages has laÂ¬ moro than that above quoted He says io bciiovo goii d riin is tio constitutional money and thut Congress should have no power over tho subject He concludes his long and desultory ar- Â¬ ticle with tho assertion that what he has said has been dictated by tho right spir it and a desire if possible to turn my in tho great cause of labor from tho pursuit of such chimerical schemes to tho consideration of moro im- Â¬ portant measures I respect tho learning fellow-laborers I An mo cm All i four-yenr-ohl J AA JitAJ JLJiVL two-year-o- ld fi H Pa ld AiA VVF al- 1 - RtQ I 1 ATI O UtAJJLJiJLwJLJiM 1 WaP f TAT JLVf J 61G5 BERMUDA Â¬ 1 Â¬ Yearling exhibition 239 record 229 2214 record 222 five thfrd Iient ycnr oltl 220K fourth heat trial 217 Mack horse 15 hands 3 inches high foaled June 16 1833 Bred at Ashland Park Sired by BANKER 4144 Own brother to Lysaudcr siro of Lysaudcr Boy 220 Watt 224 William kcarncy 280 K Lysaudcr Chief 1040 First dam rattle Patchcn trial 238graudam of Chestnut Wilkes 220 by Mambrino Patchcm sire of the dams of Guy Wilkes 215M Astral 218 Rosa Wilkes 218K El vira 2185 Cleora 218 Houri 217 and 29 others in the 230 list Second dam Mainly by Stanhopes Blopd Hawk sire of dam of Altuout 227Mi and Aloy Wilkes 220 Third dam Pnttlc by Downings Vermont sire of thedam of Enigma 220 Mnuibrino Bruce 240 sire of Kit Curry 2 18K Bell Wilson 225 Gills Vermont sire or Bon ner Boy 223 and sire of the dams of Abel 2245 Col Dradshaw 220 Nelly L 22SKi Gainbcttu 220 Tho King 21295 Outlaw 229K Pearl 230 Fourth dam Jesse by Thomas Jefferson He is a beautiful black with right hind ankle white stands 15 hands high and is a perfect horse all over having both bone and substance combined with the form and finish characteristic of the cross he so well represents viz Hanibletonian sire and Mambrino Patchcn dam This cross stands as the very best because public performances have demonstrated its value Of its many representatives not one is the superior of Bermu da for not one has demonstrated the same ability to train on from year to year begin ning in the yearling form none arc better bred or better looking Asn sire he is of course untried his first colts being foaled in 1889 now yearlings Judged at this age no stallion ever sired more uniform natural galled colts with speed unprecedented He will stand for mares season of 1891 nt 200 TO INSURE the 100 at the money to be paid as follows time of service and the other 100 when the mare proves in foal Being limited to 30 out side marcs parties wishing to breed to him had better book their marcs early Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ 5874 JLCJLt his 1 XUl FAYETTE WILKES 2 03 Trial Oct Bay horse 3 9 1880 WEST CLOUD Out of tho dam of Black Cloud 217 siro out of the dnm of Wilson 210 Bay horso foaled Mnrch 31 223M Â¬ 15 hands inches high foal Â¬ ed May 3 1878 The Ashland Park 1884 Bred at i 1 ff two-year-o- ld Â¬ Â¬ four-year-ol- d ilvo-ycar-o- ld Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ 9eJ0B9- Â¬ ranmiNk GOLD DUST I Â¬ MONEY Â¬ M fi l Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Post Boy 0oe6froteeMi Jr Â¬ V J o55 VaW T ss flfi k Â¬ Â¬ - WW 23 IB I Â¬ -- Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ V Â¬ John Morgan K aa WJ Henderson Old Papers Sktf525l fcWK - if v- I PTflrv v - i if W irw Franklin who ut tho sumo time enst the ferson county gavo the mountain mnn a twelvo votes of Frank in county for lift of 4 additional votes McLean coun Â¬ Swango ty transferred her C votes to him nnd Editor SPENCER COOPER Mr Grants withdrawal narrowed the Russell her 3 and Wayne 1 race to Corbett and Swango and a rush To all who had kept up with the pro HAZEL GREEN KY - May 22 1891 at onco began in tho change of Grants gress of tho ballot Swangos victory was votes to the remaining candidates Be- plain before the call was completed foro this work wns finished other clpuiges When this disagrceablo conviction began Logan threw part of her votes forced itself upon tho Corbett men they to Swango Kenton dumped tho heavy began a despcrnto fight to save their man SlA -the right wuigut PIner iweniy ninc WAft ownngo oicolumn Auyctio votes into ine They demanded reminded to change votes them of their gavo ownngo but tho chair a lift and W W Dickenson W C Mc- - agreement to let tho result be announced Chord nnd a score of others were noisily without further chnngo Thoy appeared clamoring for recognition in order to to be merely playing for time as thoy make changes The Corbett men became named no special county which wanted alarmed and the confusion was intcr to change But thoy fought hnrd Jns THE BITTEREST CONTEST minnblo B Garnett of Trigg plied his Bonorous The Extreme of a Htnto lit n DoHpurnto Tho chair onco moro enmo to tho res Â¬ voice in a fervent protest against what Struggle- Ovor thn Olllcu or cue with the clearness of head and firm Â¬ lie denounced an arbitrary denial of tho HttglHtor A surprise awaited tho convention in ness of purpose which have characterized right of counties to change their votes the fight over the rclntivcly unimportant him during tho sitting of the convention Jnko Corbett fluttered about shouting at nomination for Register of tho Land Of- Â¬ nnd stopped tho disorder by stating that the chnir and demanding u recapitula- Â¬ fice It proved to bo tho most HoiiHiUion ino entire uniiot would no taken over tion Dclcgato Cocko of Ballard coun ty wns especially vociferous and incoher- Â¬ al and prolonged struggle of tho session again Onco moro tho clerks began to call off ent Everybody talked nnd yelled by Before it ended it arrayed tho moun Â¬ Tho chair tains against tho Purchase Western tho second ballot When Franklin coun- turns and nobody listened ty wns readied a squnbblo nroso over her steadily refused to allow uny further re- Â¬ Kentucky went down beforo tho candi vote Henderson irnvo half her votes to capitulation and tho clerks went on with date from Wolfe- county Four candidates were placed in nomi- Â¬ each of tho candidates Christian went the count unmindful of tho noise Finding thoy could not movo tho nation Thomas H Corbett of McCrack entirely to Swango and so did Anderson nnd part of Breckinridge Tho result Chairman nnd feeling defeat closing up- Â¬ en I Alex Grant of Franklin T B Bullock of Lewis and G B Swango of was close but Swango was behind and on them tho Corbett men became des his leaders prepared to snatch victory perate and the scene in front of tho plat- Â¬ Wolfo from defeat form was tho wildest of tho whole con- Â¬ Mr Swango was presented by Sam G Tho Corbett men from the The result was almost ready to bo an vention Salyer of Morgan county Mr Salyer nounced An eacer crowd of delegates Purchase gathered about their leaders elbowed each other in a confused mass on tho right while tho mountaineers who said Mr Chairman nnd Gentlemen of the Con in front of the platform demanding an managed Swangos fight faced them from reution I am hero to ask recognition of a opportunity to hnvo votes changed Tay the other side and met all their demands great Democratic principle from this repre lor Young perched upon a chair nnd with resolvo and triumphant protests sentative body of the Democracy of Ken Â¬ John linger near by him vigorously do-- Every delegate was on his feet Sam tucky It has been long instilled in tho mnuded a chance for the mountain man Crossland of Graves county leaped up niiuds of the American people that no exÂ¬ clusive privileges should be granted to any while Tom Fitzpatrick added his voice on the platform and a general rush seemperson that tho same justice should be ex to tiio general clamor The Corbett men ed imminent The police who hnd been tended alike to all nnd that that principle all loudly called for tho statement of engaged in holding back the crowd from shouldapply to counties as well as individ- tho vote tho Secretaries tables assisted Mr Cross ualsEastern Kentucky has never been Mennwhilo troublo developed in TJour land back to tho floor An outbreak was clamorous for ollice You have never been bon county Claude Thomas insisted on probably not intended but the episode compelled to attach to the Stuto ticket the casting part of tho vote for Swango Two served to remind tho convention that its namo of a man from that section in order to of the six delegates present were for disorder was getting beyond bounds and command her support to tho Democratic Â¬ She has been content Swango and claimed a proportionate rep in a few minutes tho hall was quieter party Applause to vote tho ticket and rejoice in tho glori- resentation in tho vote giving Swango than it had been during the day Frank Armstrong Jake Corbett wanted to know how the ous ylotorles achieved under0the gallant 3J and Corbett G3 leaders from other portions of the State the Chairman would conccdo only two Seventh Louisville district was recorded We arc hot willing to jeopardize our success votes to Swango As tho finish was close but the question wns not answered asA party to sectional animosity or privato tho slight difference in Bourbon would At last after over two hours of wrang- Â¬ gain Though wo have been repeatedly Ig- probably have turned tho scale and both ling on one ballot the result was read nored by State conventions we have never sides yelled out their protests against tho out faltered Applause We have always voted 445 Corbett with tho same warmth of feeling as though other 472 A difference also sprang up in Fayette Swango Eastern Kentucky was represented on the The usual motion to make it unani- Â¬ Part of the delegation wanted Applause State ticket Air Chairman county The mous was conspicuously absent and ccntlomon the Democracy of Eastern to change to Swango Purchase men were mad They swore Kentucky present to you a man who has Tho ballot had already been taken vengeance especially on Mr Browns never had n disposition to wander after three times and recapitulated once and county Henderson nnd on tho otiior strange gods or now doctrines He is a farwhile the clerks were footing up tho re- Â¬ mer who believes that tho hopoof the far Western Kentucky counties which went sult the chair stubbornly refused to rec- Â¬ to Swango They complained that they mers of this country for redress of grievances lies in the success of the Democratic party ognize any oho for tho purpose of mak Â¬ were traded away in the Governors race Applause Give our part of the Statu her ing further changes Their temper was not improved by the proper show of representation Let us go Tho uproar became deafening and the fact that they at ono time had victory in before the people not only united bv the space in front of tho stage was packed their grasp but could not hold it or keep ties of n common interest but bound towith a mass of sweltering excited and the counties from changing to Swango gether by a local pride and tho people of re- Â¬ Before the lust recapitulation of the vote the whole Stato will rally urouml us at tho yelling delegates demanding changes to the world that Kentucky capitulations the result nnd everything to which ids friends had agreed Corbett polls and show is awako and alive to her interests I have else had a majority of 2 votes over Swango tho honor to name for the oJlieo of Register At last tho chair announced that in or- Â¬ Courier Journal of tho Laud Office Judgo Q 1 Swango of der to satisfy everybody and got the vote Subscribo for The Herald only 1 a Applause the county of Wolfe of each county correctly recorded the tho news counties would once moro be called if year It gives all satisfactory to both sides with tho dis- Â¬ tinct understanding that tho vote an- Â¬ Exchange Bank of Kentucky nounced on this call was to be final and that thero would be no more changes or MT STERLING KY recapitulations aftor the end of tho list Ho said tho secreta Â¬ had been reached CAPITAL ries had already footed up tho result and had it ready to announce Ho himself We have more Hazel Green business than did not know how it stood nnd ho hnd any other bank and want to increase it never meant to refuso comities tho priv Â¬ Send us your account and we will treat ilege of changing their votes Ho o nly you well wanted It dono decently and in order B J PETERS PUE8IDENT Ho had no interest in tho matter except JOHN G WINN Cashier to see fairness done In order therefore to seo if the vote had been correctly reFORD WITH corded and to lot every desired change bo mado tho counties would bo called Co Hazel Gkeen IIeeald I DEALER IN Â¬ Friday Hardware Queensware TlnwareJgrMgrlcultural Â¬ Implements Â¬ diKBPSBibfe mmmsLJksmafi SKwwrwN - Xi3x53 nMrift TM MfrMr3 1 Ball Mitchell Cos Steel Hill side Plows Improved Malta Douhle Shovel Plowb Oliver Chill and South Bend Plow Repairs Stoddards New Climax and Tiger Disc Harrows Evans 2 horse Corn Planters Vulcan Ciiillii Plows best made B F Avkuy Sons Sthel Plows Evans Triple Harrows Whiteleys Solid Steel Binders and Mowers Cc Cooks lumiiia Tiger and Granger Sulky Hay Rakes Fish Bros Celebrated Wagons Jones U S Standard 0 Ton Wagon Havens Pioneer Cane Mills Scales price 00 Patent Evaporators antee for 0 years with n written guar Â¬ The largest stock of Cook and Heating Stoves of any house in Eastern Kentucky fc Cutlery Shears and Builders Hardware a Specialty East side S Maysvillc Street MT STERLING KY IND PARRY EFO OO INDIANAPOLIS n II g fa No 7J rioo 18 on - t Cash with Order at Factory F Strictly Flrst Cltus Wnrnuucd All fcocoml Growth Hickory Stool Axlea and Tin l I t yr ni7 A -- 1 Â¬ Perfectly Balanced Low Rent Scut Arms Long Ensy Riding Oil Tempered Spring Best Wheels ana Bust All Over IF YOU CANT FIND TSBM FOR SALE BY YOU - tm u r MERCHANTS WRITE US 11 A Sl No 5 Main Street WINCHESTER KY i Â¬ FURNITURE CARPETS WALL PAPER China Glass and Queensware UNDERTAKING mI 41 Â¬ Â¬ 1 it two large buildings and carry as complete a line of goods as can be found in any city If you havent time to make the trip to our city write and we will send cuts or samples of any of the many arti- Â¬ cles that we carrv When you do come down make our store vour headÂ¬ We have added largely to our stock and now occupy i i quarters THE WINN FURNITURE CO Â¬ Â¬ niiivvuivi Uej For The IGHTNIN6 INIMENT FR Rhe JmAi9M cure MBDg FOR MAN OR BEAST Â¬ Jy 2Vea PEEDY7 JAMES KENNEDY URE uAteAxs RICHARDS oe APPucrios TAYLOR Cnur oj iafi JAMES B TIPTON wm -- mmi 1 DEALERS IN- - 10000000 Pure Drugs Medicines Chemicals PAINTS OILS VARNISHES AND BOOKS AND STATIONERY MT STERLING KY SThe prescriptions nnd orders of Doctors especially solicited and given specinl care and attention in compounding None but pure medicines and drugs used febC lv Â¬ SK 7 Bullock Corbett ftraitt Swaugo 109 W THIRD STREET with the arrangement and all took CINCINNATI n31ly their seats allowing tho fifth call of o n BWANGO counties to begin on tho sharply contest Â¬ FANT JAMES PTHE OLD RELIABLE The first ballot for Registor was taken ed second ballot It had become known that tho vote was Hat House of W S Dickinson without incident and resulted as follows Go closo fied 01 329 again Both sides oxpressed themselves satis Mack Stadler Â¬ WHOLESALE CLOTHING PENMANSHIP TKORQVIH INSTRUCTION IN I00K KEEPINI SHORT HAND TYPE WRITIHO TEIE8RAPHY ETC ETC AT THE BRYANT JL STRATTOH BUSINESS COLLEGE SOUTH WEST MNER THIRB AND JEFFERSON STREETS LOUISVILLE KY CATALOGUE FREE kO TRIMBLE BROS WHOLESALE GROCERS MT STERLING KY Â¬ Ml 2w Tho Bccond ballot proceeded almost to g close without any change Boforo tho result was announced Bullock was with Â¬ drawn and his votes began to divido be Â¬ tween Corbett and Swango a number of Western Kentucky counties showing a dered Straight Kentucky Whiskies Tho ballot showed no chnngo till Bour- Â¬ friendly leaning toward tho latter Tho Â¬ eenfiwioa of makiBg changes bocamo bo bon was called where Thomas triumph LEXINGTON KY y8ly Wines Brandies c FRED KELLAM great tkfetf the chair announced that tho ed and tho delegation returning from a WITH vote would be recapitulated which whs consultation agreed on giving 3J votes FINE OLD WHISKY A SPECIALTY BENNETT M S to Swango and 6j to Corbett WITH done Amid great disorder CIGARS AND TOBACCO Campbell county gave its 21 votes to Once more the ballot approached com Agents for Old Pugh Old Topper Old Tarr and Old Taylor JOHREltS OF plftlou ad auce wore it halted for tho Swango Fayotto aftor several changes O PORTSMOUTH Hendor-np8ty withdrawal of a name Mr Grant dlsan- - avo 7 of its votes to Swruko Hats Gaps GIoyis Straw Goods JUB rnlNTING rromptly raring from the couteat His name was wn county which haU been giving owan AND UMBRELLAS 1 Neat Â¬ vlIRQPPinC FOR THE HERALD OIIILMCOTIIK O Jt of go half her vote now gave him all Jef- 82 N Paint St Andrew ly dono at this ofilco OUDoUnlOL Only 1 a yenc withdrawn W Mr J vory close but none- now just how Consignments of Produce and the patronage of Mountain Merchants respect Vine CINCINNATI Cor Pearl fully solicited nnd full satisfaction guaranteed One rumor was that tho first footing gavo jel My his mountain friends nnd es Invites each caudidato 451 votes As this mado peciallyall of merchants to give him a call the ono vote too much a search was mado when in the city S SON XX J CLARKE for tho error and nobody was allowed to WITH Successors to J A Lah Co kuow how it affected tho result when piIARLEY QUISENBERRY Sievers Garson Hardware Go 74 E Main Strket WITH LEXINGTON KY found For that reason both sides want Â¬ ed tho recapitulation which had been or- Â¬ Wholesale Dealers in 637 West Main Street R STRADER Louis Gus Straus LEADING CLOTHIERS LOUISVILLE JH YANKIE SEIP 00 TIMMONDS Wholesale Grocers r