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SPENCER COOPER Ownorond Editor Hazel Green Herald Of a Noisy World With News From All Nations LumbTing at His Bnolc 100 A YEAR Always In Advance SEVENTH YEAR HAZEL GREEN WOLFE COUNTY KY FRIDAY MAY STATE SUNSHINE AND SHADOW 29 1891 A NUMBER 10 NO PAY NO lOUJSfcGU STBAUS OVER THE WORLD IN A WEEK The population of Louisville is 129 101 horned rabbit is tho curiosity of PAPER Â¬ Paducaii cars is to have noiseless electric Clothiers of Kentucky LEXINGTON KENTUCKY unrest LOW PRICES S ocl is i m m I HONEST VALUES HIGH GRADES i When you visit Lexington do not fail to give us a call MAIL ORDERS PROMPTLY ATTENDED TO JRbAM AJMM Jk - sMJk JRyJUJUy DEALER IN Hardware Queensware Tinware- and a fulllrmniilfiirnl Imnlnmnnta ncofjrMgi luuuuiai impicmcntd Vulcan Chilled Plows best made Evans Triple Harrows Whiteleys Solid Steel Binders and B F Avery Sons Steel Plows Ball Mitchell Cos Steel Hill Mowers Cclumria Tiger and Granger Sulky side Plows Hay Rakes Improved Malta Double Shovel Cooks Patent Evaporators Plows Oliver Chill and South Bend Plow Havens Pioneer Cane Mills Repairs Fish Bros Celebrated Wagons Stoddards New Climax and Tiger Jones U S Standard 5 Ton Wagon Disc Harrows Scales price G0 with a written guar2 iiorse Corn Planters antee for 5 years Evans Â¬ Â¬ The largest stock of Cook and Heating Stoves of any house in Eastern Kentucky JiT FURNITURE very lowest prices mi Cutlery Shears and Builders Hardware a Specialty East side S Maysville Street MT STERLING KY HAZEL GREEN KY OKAYEJXT UNDERTAKER AND DEALER IN COFFINS CASKETS And Trimmings of All Kinds 31 am prepared to furnish on short notice and at low prices COFFINS OF ALL KINDS AND SIZES from the cheapest to the very finest I can furnish collins cheaper than you can buy the trimmings Price of Coffins from 5 up I have a fine hearse and will deliver coffins cheap OF ALL KINDS REPAIRED My arrangements arc such that I can MmitinimitK - from nnv kind of Marble j WniVfRQrPnNnQ XUlYlJjlOl WIN JLOI furnish Tombstones or or Granite and at the Very respectfully Ac J W CRAVEN DEALER in General Merchandise HAZEL GREEN KY JGgyCarries a complete line of Dress Goods Dry Goods Notions Boots Shoes Staple and Fancy Groceries Drugs and Patent Medicines to which he invites your attention and which he will sell at the lowest prices for cash When in search of bargains bo sure and give him a call and youll save money JAMES KENNEDY JAMES B TIPTON s mjmassfmw - angg W -- DEALERS i m IN- - ffrfl iM MJTC1 rflIC0lilNW miwwwyamm Pure Drugs Medicines Chemicals PAINTS OILS VARNISHES AND BOOKS AND STATIONERY MT STERLING KY SS The prescriptions and orders of Doctors especially solicited care and attention in compounding None but pure medicines and drugs used and given special lelti lv For Lodges of all kinds printed in the best style and nt the lowest rates Just now wo are offering Masonic By Laws a neat little book of 20 pages 4x01 inches with n neat cover 100 copies prepaid by mail for only 1000 fiiSTThis book contains By Laws Rules of Order Fu nnml Services at the Grave Ac c and all reasonable tfend for copy of tho cliuiiLCH will lm mndn to unit the Lodiro making the order book and make your order now if you want to wive money Write Us for Any Kind of Printing You Need Adilrciui THE HERALD Hazel Green Ky Covington receives 15000 annual license from her saloons The geological bureau has begun a Bar YOUR SUBSCRIPTION -survey of Trigg county The accidental striking of oil caused a flurry of excitement near Danville Expire 189 The Catlettsburg Bulletin and Repub Â¬ Politics 1 hanking you for past pntronago and lican have both suspended publication in an at Â¬ hoping you will renew wo remain Fifteen persons wero hurt The Glasgow branch railroad has been Very rcspecfullv yours tack by a mob in Pittsburg on a ten cent sold to an Eastern syndicate for 150 SPENCER COOPER circus there 000 Tho Standard Oil company has se- Â¬ Livermore precinct in McLean coun- Â¬ DISEASED FOWLS ty will pay the last of its railroad debt cured leases on 10000 acres of land in West Virginia Tho Cnufto of tho Polnonlnffof tho Ouoitn this year nt tho IIorr Snookn Wording Fenst O Henry Flege has sued tho C At a church trial near Attala Ala nenr IouUvllle railroad at Covington for 10000 dam Â¬ Sam Atwood was shot and wounded mor- Â¬ Tho cause of tho poison which caused ages for killing his son tally by L F Burgess six deaths at tho Horr Snooks wedding The American a Republican paper A resident at Parkers Ford Pa is near Louisville sovoral weeks since has published at Hopkinsville was sold re- Â¬ said to have a ringdove which is 21 years at last been settled It is tho ptomaino cently to satisfy a claim old and has been in one cago all its life of chicken cholera fowls infected having The Mission chapel of the first Presby- Â¬ Secretary Foster intends to make been used at tho wedding At tho bo terian church at Lexington has just the fractional silver coins of correspond ginning of the investigation it was ascer Â¬ been built at a cost of 10000 wcight and fineness with the silver dol- Â¬ tained that tho chickons and turkeys on By the allotment made by the Secretho Herr farm were suffering with cholera lar tary of War for arming and equipping On tho years old has been about tho timo of tho wedding Hay thirty two tho militia Kentucky gets 11978 day before tho wedding several fowls had Hiram F Bowen a prominent citizen found in Westmoreland county Pcnu Â¬ died of tho disease Tho servant was on well preof Kenton county was fatally hurt in a and is said to bo bright and this day instructed to kill a turkey gob- Â¬ served runaway on his farm tho other day Two little children died in awful bler and prepare it for tho feast of tho Work has commenced on tho Three roach following day When tho servant went Con- Â¬ agony at St Louis from eating Forks railroad east of Richmond to tho barnyard sho found that tho gob- Â¬ struction will go on until Irvine is reach- Â¬ poison which had been carelessly left bler was dead 8ho then took a turkoy exposed ed hen which showed evidences of being Henry Boyle a life convict in tho affected by The residence of Mrs S A Duncan tho disease Tho fowl was sud in Shelby county was recently destroyed Michigan City Ind penitentiary killed picked and placed in tho pot being a by fire Loss 3000 with 1100 insur- Â¬ denly regained his reason after Several chickens wero then served in n raving maniac for many years ance similar manner After cleaning one of Five hundred veterinary surgeons in the chickens tho servant discovered that Some of the Georgetown papers say Â¬ that is a considerable number of vacant Great Britain havo signed a paper con- the flesh of one of its legs was black and demning overhead check reitiB as painful also that other parts of tho body showed houses there and attribute it to high to horses and productive of disease signs of disease Instead of throwing tho rents The soldier who shed the first blood evidently diseased chickons away tho The Kentucky State Sunday School of tho Confederacy Peyton cook simply cut off tho discolored parte convention will convene in Middlesboro in the cause Anderson is still living in Rappahannock of the chicken and placed tho rest in tho August 25 and remain in session for county Va He was wounded whilo on pot This fact gavo tho investigators a three days picket duty clew They had all along hold tho the O W Brown a farmer of Graves Within a radius of fifteen miles from ory of ptomaino poisoning but had been county attempted to ride an unbroken New York City Hall now live nearly as unable to establish tho naturo of pto colt which threw him breaking his neck many people as thero were In the entire maine Thoy now suspect that tho pto Â¬ Death was instantaneous nation 100 years ago when the first cen- Â¬ maine resulting from chicken cholera Chief Justice Fuller of the United sus was taken did tho deadly work States Supreme court will deliver tho The jury trying cx Stato Treasurer A Kentucky Liuly IunI a 205 PoumI diplomas to the Centre college graduat Â¬ Tarpon Nolan of Missouri for embezzlement of ing class at Danville in June Mr and Mrs Gcorgo T Stagg of 32000 was unable to agreo and has The census report shows that the total been discharged It was evenly divided Frankfort aro at Fort Myers Florida bonded debt of Kentucky counties in in their naptha launch fishing for tarpon for conviction and acquittal 1890 was G0G881G the floating debt Ono afternoon recently Mrs Stagg hook- Â¬ Eslella Morris aged 1G of Indian 208003 and the sinking fund 388197 apolis seasoned tho entire family dinner ed a tarpon and after a hard and gallant Rev S S Deerino tho well known with arsenic in order to cut short the fight of ono hour and twenty minutes Methodist minister is in a critical con- Â¬ earthly career of old man Rector who brought to gaff and secured a 205 pound dition having been run over and serious Â¬ boarded there She is arrested and the tarpon tho largest silver kingevcr caught ly bruised by a large calf at Nicholas- with rod and reel or in any other man Â¬ poisoned people will recover ville Michigan has passed a new law for ner for that matter When tho news The sixty third annual council of the choosing Presidential electors that in- was first known tho citizens hardly be- Â¬ Episcopal church met at Paducaii last lieved it and in that town whore tar Â¬ sures a part of tho State vote to tho Demweek It includes all tho Episcopal pons havo ceased to bo a novelty crowds ocratic ticket in 1892 Tho electors arc churches in tho State and Bishop Dud Â¬ to be hereafter elected by Congressional were going and coming all day to vlow ley presided districts instead of from tho Stato at the king Its length was seven feet and three inches and it girted four feet and In Bath county the turnpike tax is 5 largo two inches Mrs Stagg is justly proud cents and the county tax is 12 cents A farmer near Atchison Kas wantÂ¬ of her achievement and declares sho This with tho State tax of 42J cents ed to dig a well so ho plowed a lot of will try and beat her own record The making a total of GO cents on tho 100 land and planted it in oats Every day largest tarpon caught with rod aud reel worth of property ho watched tho oats olwerving tho spots heretofore known weighed 184 pounds The prisoners confined in the Allen which showed the greatest moisture Fi- Â¬ county jail made a desperate effort to nally ho selected a spot and sank a well and was caught in 1888 by Mr John G break out by sotting it on fire They At twenty four feet ho had a fine stream Hectuchcr of Missouri wore discovered in time to prevent a of water It is said to bo tho best well Coiiftiiinptlnn Cured dangerous conflagration An old physician retired from prac- Â¬ in tho county H L White a prominent citizen of There has been quarried in Maine a tice having had placed in IiIb hands by Richmond committed suicide last week solid shaft of granite that will be much an East India missionary tho formula of No cause is assign Â¬ larger than tho obelisk in Central Park a simple vegetable remedy for tho speedy by hanging himself ed for tho deed except that ho had and will bo tho monolith in tho world and permanent cure of Consumption brooded over tho sad death of a favorite It is without a crack or flaw and is 110 Bronchitis Catarrh Asthma and all daughter several years ago feet long and ton feet square at tho base Throat and Lung Affections also a posl The Prohibition State convention met The largest Egyptian obelisk which is tlvo and radical cure for Nervous Debil Â¬ in LouiBvillo last week and nominated a now at Rome is 105 feet high so that ity and all Nervous Complaints after full ticket with Josiah Harris of Padu Â¬ the Maine stono exceeds it by ten feet having tested its wonderful curativo pow caii for Governor They reaffirmed the It is computed to weigh not far from 850 ers in thousands of cases has felt it his duty to make it known to his Buffering National platform About one hundred tons fellows Actuated by this motivo and a delegates from all parts of the State were During tho first three months of this desire to relieve hunian suffering I will Tho meeting was harmonious year 80000 immigrants lauded in tho present and 100 per month was subscribed for United States That is more than the sond free of charge to all who desire it this recipe in German French or Eng Â¬ State work total population of tho Stato of Idaho lish with full directions for preparing The Middlcshorough Herald wants to or Wyoming or Nevada or Arizona and using Sent by mail by addressing bet that there aro more violations of tho But on the other hand that rate if con- Â¬ with stamp naming this paper V A pistol carrying law in Middlcsborough tinued through tho year would give us Noyes 820 Powers Block Rocheutej j than in any other town douhlo its sizo only 311000 immigrants for tho year N Y 4yL Every little jack which is 111000 lass than tho immigra Â¬ in two hemispheres ANevor Falling llttmetly rabbit on tho streets who is old enough tion last year and less than half tho im Â¬ Mkokimine tho only permanent dure to know which end of tho gun has 4pl migration of 1882 when tho highest for all forms of headache and neuralgia zen in it puts his little Indian killer in mark 788992 was made rel loves the pain in from 15 to 20 min- Â¬ his hip pocket and sallies forth with tho BROWNS IRON Bl ITERS utes For sale on positive guarantee at bluster of a swash buckler to learn tho Cure Indigestion imiouaut M Dyipepjla Mala Â¬ Tim Herald office or gent potpJd by Nonroiwnew and General Debility nyl latest from Italy Such as this is breed ria ctana reoommtfud It Allrtalni rll It OotuIb mail on receipt of price GO ceuta a box ing h city of criminals and outlaws baa traJe mark and crowd rod Utm on witppeft tho day at Akron O Tho Pennsylvania railroad Bystom employs 7671 engineers A typesetter at LaCrossc Wis has fallen heir to 2000000 A Montreal judgo has decided that a hotel cook is not a domestic servant A Missouri newspaper recently pub Â¬ Tlw Bedbug in lished an editorial on ble us to meet our oxnonscs andwo hope all may renew promptly In solf dofonso wo must dron from our list all who do not do so without furthor notice iF collect MflWe aro compelled to to enasubscriptions promptly t Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ MT MpWWqfelW yf Hazel Green Herald SPENOER COOPER Editor KY Uocauso wovo orders ter portoct Mil oro property t Haint thoy secosh I Dun mako no dtfronco wo uns hov orders an you ns kin go on Tho man turned to his companions who had halted near mid snld Theyve got a guard thur an wont lot us in Friday HAZEL GREEN - May 29 1891 LUKE MASON Thrllllnft and Romantlo Story of tbo Lata Olvil War II Y JOHN It MU8ICIC iCTOOn OF BHOTttBIl AOAIXRT UllOTnEn IlSIJCN LAKE1IAN WAtTKU HltOWf jriBLU IlANKRii or URDrOllf AND OTIlKIl STOIUKS What f thoy hovl cried a groat blustering burly follow Haint thoysccesh Now lots go in an burn tho houso down If yo do yoll mako trouble fur yer solvos said Tom Theyre secosh nn Im orgoln t burn th houso Ill huo whos Int too Come on you ns f yo haint too big cowards Luko cast a glauco at tho old houso bo neath whoso friendly roof ho had passed Iuh happiest days It was tho homo of his friends thohumo of his betrothed aud in tho attic was tho old wooden enullo which had boruohls infant form on tho Hood This Â¬ wl miA M EPM vtuauy t it a s- Copyrlghttd M9 CONTINUED v 11 ifcl A m 1 ft UM last relic of his mysterious ouoyfiood would ofcourso parish with tho houso Ho de termined to defend it with his life Leaping on tho flat topped gute tho ro cruit cocked his musket Tho lire in those oyos warned the men of tho danger Halt ho cried so sharply that they in stantly camo to a stand still Ho glared at thorn for u moment and said Dont allow that bully to load you to d eath for I in tend to shoot tho first man who attempts to entor Yornotsicb cowards as toboskeered bvhlm go on cried tho boaster taking cure not to ndvauco a step himself Stay whoro you aro men and If ho wants It I will soo her onco moro ho thought to burn tho house lot him come and try it Yes Zack go an burn tho houso and Bho will know that I havo dono this for woU wait hero said ono of tho bousters hor sako and that next to my country sho companions is tho dearest object of life But Zack was not quito so ready to go as How peacoful and quiot seemed tho pleas old country homo Tho tall poplars to send othors Ho stained aud sworo he ant and statoly ulms towored abovo tho broud would eat tho oarth wheu Luko resolutely lawn and tboir loavos rustlod in tho breeze but coolly assured him that ho would got a Tho flocks woro bleating on tho hills and tasto of It if ho attempted to enter tho gato Huint yo comin tor help mo J Zack dlstaut tinkling of cow bolls camo to his roared oars Pigs wero grunting In tho fence Taiutno uso said an old cornors and busy bees hummed from lowrecruit seating himself on tho wood er to flower Tho strange sllonco about Thoros only live on em and yo say un uneasy fueling tocomo pile tho houso caused ovor blni When thoy reached tho gate yo kin clean out a do on any time Yo dont thoy saw that tho houso was closed und hud need us no well stay hero and watch yo For a moment Zack hesitated between tho uppcrauco of being desortcd pride ns a bully and four of tho musket Followed by his comrades Luko has tho bettor of Pride fears and toned toward tho front door hoping by his with aat last got oaths ho took hisstep volley of a toward sudden return to give his betrothed a pleas tho gato Instantly Lukos gun covered his ant surprise heart Only hollow cchoos answored his knocks and at last growing impatient ho turned CHAPTER IV tho knob and opened tho door Tho room A BAUGT HEDKU was unoccupied Thero was Mr Neffs fa Again tho boastor halted and fixed hit vorito couch with ono cushion on tho floor oyos on tho rcsoluto soldior upon tho gato as if tho occupunt huu quitted tho room Thero was no mistaking tho intent ot tho hurriedly A few ombors still smoldered recruit and turning about Zack said on the hearth and Llllios favorite chair Oh comoon tho main army 11 kotch with her sowing on tho floor near It was upwl usdrootly at tho sido of the couch A crumpled nows nis companions gavo uttoranco to shouts papor in tho middlo of tho floor and tho dis of derisive laughter and followed tho arranged furnlturo all boro ovidencoof a cowed bully down tho rood basty flight Yovo got grit n no mlstako Filled with a strango dread Luko has saw Torn said whon tho othors woroArkan gone tened to the next room calling tho name of Iswow I bellovo yodashed his blood f Lllllo with no answor savo thohollow echo hodudonoit of his own volco I cortululy would Luko answered de Ho soon satisflod himsolf that tho houso scending from his porch was dosortod A warm dinner wus smok In a fow momonts stragglers began to intfon tho tablo In tho dlniug room which comouloug aud tho men woro kent busy to eonvlncod him that tho houso hud boon but prevent their stealing something or doing rocontly ocouplod somodamago Hoping that tho owners might bo near Tho mala column at last oumo in view he ran to the garden thou to tho negro with Captain Smart nt tho hoad quarters but thoy could nowhoro bo Yovo saved It so far I see ho said found Ho was about to return wlion n I havo Cuptaln but I camo very noarly black face peopel out from a cluster of shooting ono muu to do it woodbines at tha rear of a chlmnoy to ono You did right If yo find any o thorn of tho negro huts and a volco said prowliu or at any devilment hero lot om Massa Luko am dot you havo it I know old Jordan Neff and hes Blackhawk why aro you hiding thorol a good square man and no n shall harm his Luko aske house But yoll find lots o stragglors Hidin massa all do othors am dono folloriu us Tho meanest ar alters in th gone an hided an so did I rar Bottor stay horo till tho last una gone Whe ar you hiding froml by As Luko intondod asking this permission Dun no massa All do odders doy ho readily assented Tho main column of runs an hldod an dla chJlo did too about two huudred men which Cuptaiu Blackhawk whore is Miss Lillle I Dun no boss she an olo mussa runs Smartcullod nn army moved on Tho Captain was correct whon ho said llkededebil war after em dowu into do Tho meanest ar ullers in th rar as woods an lot mo hoah by myself an don Luko soon discovered It took no little I hided bean Go after them tell them thoy shall not courage aud determination to hold tho scoundrels in check Ho was forcod to be harmed knock ono down and prod another with his Couldnt find om massa Go and try I must soe Lllllo and bayonet before tho stragglors of tho rtjur havo but a short tltno to stay I must soo guard could bo induced to glvo up tho idea her father too I loft so suddenly that of pluudoriug the houso By thatltuotho lust straggler had gouo night that I did not got to say all I by leaving tho houso unmolested tho main wished I km go massa button to ono I dont body of troops was some four or live miles away find um Luko with his guard started to ovor take The head withdrew into tho woodbines a slight rustling nolso and tho negro wus them Thoy jogged leisurely along tho gone over the low fouco into tho wood bo road picking up a straggler horo and there yon d until thoir forco numbered twelve or tlf When Luke returned ho found his com toon radW seated at the farmers tublo helping Tho idea that thoy woro in any danger themselves to tho ready cooked dinner from tho rear novor for a momont entered As thoyve all vamoosed wo thought it their heads until thoy woro startled by tho best ter keep this ar grub from spiliu said oluttor of horses feet m that direction oldToui Whats that I bohio ono oriod by jimmy Hossos Luke folt inclined to deny them tho right Tom ausworod to appropriate tho dinner of others but the At this momenta black man baro hoaded pangs of hUBger at last ovorcouilug him ho mid baro footed as most of tho field hands woro camo ruunlng down the road toward jeinad them In tho foast Having satisfied their appotitos the tlvo them crying Hun massa fob da Lawd sako run soldiers went to the Jfrout yard whoro they Who is it Blackhawk I Luko askod saw the advanoe guard of the little army Hobs am comln liko do dobll massa pouring down the bill Take your places In front of the fence moren a thousand of um Tho oarth trembkni beneath the heavy to eowe Inside said Luke mulatto He VIm iMt aeldler wbe attempted to force thunder of hoofs aud Luke know there We fwar fcpUle was swopped by Arkansaw woro not less than half a huudred horsemen in their roar Apaulosoliod the men and half of thein ran away into the woods on tho casat in T left Â¬ Â¬ fnrmor-look-Ing Having tho privilege of limiting his own solootion Lulcu choso hin moss Arkausuu Tom Not Cotton Bill Bwuin und Corporal Max Bills wound was trifling and did not dlsublo him Whntyo want us t do askod Arkan snw Tom as thoy hurried dowu tho road past tho advance guard You aro to protoot a homo Whosol Mr Jordan NoffB Union or secosh Tho only son is Tho family uro dlvidod In thoOonfodorato nriny Thoyll burn tho houso You must not lot thorn Tho houso and inmates must bo shlolcJed from insult If yosay t well portoct ein of it costs us our lives That is what I want you to do Its settled said old Arkunsaw Tom WollI portoct om ur bito tho dust tryin Tho old familiar furm houso was at last In sight and Luko folt his heart boating high with hope aud expectation us ho uoared v wq3 J Jl v c f V j fF -- yc I i W 11 X HALTl IV UsSS HE CHIKl Â¬ V I f 1 I I t rt I V Jf XI 0 r This way this way rtuid Luke run nlng toward a cornilold on thoir right Thosowho had not already run followed him and just as thoy began to climb over tho fonco tho cavalry camo in sight Bung bang I bang I wont half n dozen shots With n scream a young man named Georgo Mussin released his hold on tho top rail and fell into a fonco corner struggling in tho agonies of death Dot burn om for tarnol skunks thoy hnlnt got It all their way cried ArkanBuw Tom laying his rifle across tho top rail aud drawing a bead on tho foremost rebel Luko know ing tho deadly aim of the oid scout of tho Arkansas averted his head A sharp report broke on tho air and when ho looked ngain a saddlo wus empty aud a horso flying at tho spcod of tho wind down tho road Tho shot checked tho Confederates for a moment aud Lukes companions emptied thoir guns at thorn still moro confusing tho cavalry and wounding n man und horse Knowing that thoy could not long withstand such a superior force Luku urged his men to fly across tho Held Tho corn was tall and tho overhanging blades concealed thorn when a few rods away But thoy hud not gono n fourth of n mllo boforo tho corn terminated at across fence beyoud which was a meadow from which tho grass had been recently cut They climbed tho fenco and rati at full speed across tho meadow toward a log stahlo on tho hill Forward ovor tho fonco and cut them down thoy hoar a clear ringing voice in their rear shout Tho Bound of that volco sent a thrill through tho framo of Luko Mason Ho recognized tho speaker who was doubtless in command of their pursuers as a porsonal friend though a political enemy Reaching tho log stable Luko hurried tho men inside utid said Dont ilro a shot until you aro compelled to Throwing dowu his gun ho walkod down tho hill unarmed to moot tho Confed erate cavalry who woro just leaping thoir horses over tho cross fonco Wharyo gwlnol whoro yo gwluol cried Arkansaw Tom To stop tho robels Why hos crazy thoyll riddle him with bullets groaned old Tom Stay there and all will bo right With Ills arms peacefully foldoa no inarched down to moot tho advancing Con federates who completely astounded had reined In their horses to a walk A few mo ments lator they woro noar enough to bo heard and Luko called out Albert Neff I Halt your men andcomo uoroalono Good heaven its Luko gasped Albert his heart almost ceasing to beat when ho camo to realizo how near ho had como to taking his friouds lire His troop Â¬ ers stopped und ho rodo forward aud soized his friend by tho hand Luke and his voico was qulto husky I didnt dream when wo separated only a fow days ago that wo should meet in this I whip-crack-hko j Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ range woro not to bo despised IN EKFEOT JANUARY 4th 1801 Wovo got n full company unorganized an they wnnt u loader Theyre ready to THE sign a muster roll and go in Ive miulo up my mind to havo you their Captain This was an honor of which Luko hud not 6444WW4toW4444Wto444 Ho thought tho recruits yet droumed might prefer to choose n Captain from their I OLD KENTUCKY ROUTE own numbers But Captain Smart assured him that such would not bo tho case Thoy wero without any organization und strangers Newport Newt k Mississippi Valley Co to each other CE I Como with mo well got om In line tako their names and seo f I dont pull yo through PHILADELPHIA Tho unorganized men wero got together WASHINGTON und Captain Smart made them a short speech and then called upon Mr Mason BALTIMORE NEW YORK whom ho represented as one of their num ber to deliver another after which their OLD POINT cc THE SEA SHORE names wero placed on un extempore muster roll and all sworn in And nil Eastern Cities Its your duty next to elect officers said Captain Smart Chooso ilrst a Captain and select tho most competent man in your company The Direct Line to Its not for uio to suggest but Mr Luko Mason is of tho timber out of closo WrtMM4W4W04M444 Â¬ I ArMr 1NlmJ V I W LEXINGTON ST LOUIS LOUISVILLE KANSAS CITY MEMPHIS CHATTANOOGA And nil Points West and Northwest and South and Southwest I iff rvw iast -- nouvn I Fast Fust Mlj Aecom Kxpress Daily Daily Daily ex Sun ex Sun 7 3 rtWfL u r 1 v B v Â¬ i- - I Louisville Lexington Winchester Mt Sterling Olive Hill Ashland Cuttkttsburg Huntington WKST HOUND Le 2 0 i 3rpml fMiin lOpmn 7 JUpni 9 03pm 10 30pm 10 43pm l Lipm 3 35pm 5 3pm li ttui am - lpm 10 5 6 7 10 25pm 85pm 80pm 15pm Ar 11 07pm f 50pm ti 25pm Â¬ Â¬ way Â¬ Â¬ Nelthordid I but Albert I must ask Tho four you to call off your troops men in tho log stablo aro men I choso to de Â¬ fend your fathers house your childhood homo against tho stragglors of our army but for thorn that homo would havo boon in ashes Ill do it said tho noblo young fellow It may not bo according to military rules but Ill do it if I loso my shoulder straps M Wheeling his horso about ho galloped back to his men aud after a moments con sultation turned in his saddlo and waving his hand to Luko shouted Goon woU not harm you Arkausaw Tom who had wltnossod the on Lukos roturn strango maneuvers Â¬ said yo Le 11 21nml2 50nin Charleston 1 lOpmj 0 00am Huntington 129pmj 6 25 nm Cattlettsburg 1 40pm 35am Ashland which good Captains aro mado John Karns Olive Hill 2 58pm 8 47 nm 3 45 urn -Hi Smith Phil Daniels ami lots of others Mt Sterling 4 3itm 10 ffinin irmi among you would mako excellent ofllcers i iwpm ii Winchester atn i lo a in Tho result wus tho election of Luko Mason Lexington Ar 5 45pm 12 40pnii 8 lOiiiu for Captain Si Smith First and Phil Dan- Louisville Ar1 9 lfipmt 4 50pinil2 15pm iels Second Lieutenant I told yo I won Id fix yo all right said Limited Vkhtiihikd Kxhikss runs daily Captain Smart after It was over and hai Yestihuled Pullman lluflbt Sleepers But I havo no commission yet between Louisville Lexington Washington Neither havo I answered Captain New York and Old Point Comfort This You aro as much an ofllcer as any tram is made part of the celebrated Smart of us V Thero was soon to bo a regimontal organization at which only tho regimental ofll Kast of Huntington on the C O route cors woro to vote und Luko was mado to understand that Captain Smart expected u Fast Mail Tuains run daily except Sun favor in return for tho Captain was a candi- day between Lexington and iluiltington Make direct connections at Huntington with date for tho Colonelcy The newly elected Captnln set about com- C AO At Ashland with S V Kv At pleting the oi ganizition of his company He Winchester with K C It U nortli and himself uttended to drilling them using nil south bound and at Lexington with L T l Railroads tho military knowledge ho possessed which N L S and C N O was very little Lexington and Oiivi Him AccomIn military knowledge tho dull never suc odation daily except Sunday Connects at coed Somo men served three years in the Winchester to and from K C points mid army who never learned to keep step while at Lexington with L S It R for Iouisville tho manual of arms was a continual Chinese puzzlo At tho end of tho lirst hours drill For full information in regard to Rates which was by moonlight Lukes patience Routes etc apply to any Agent of this or was almost worn threadbare That night connecting lines or to their Ded was tho eartn ami their covorltiR H E Huntington C L Browx tho trees and beyond tho confusion ol V P and 0 M G P A changing guards tho night passed quietlv LEXINGTON KY but thoy woro all recruits and at each time tho guard wus rolioved sufficient noiso wa G W Barney W S Harrison made to rouse the ontiro cum p 0 A Lexington Ky G A Ashland Ky NUVEUl I WILL SHOOT THE riHST MAN THAT TOUCHES IT i Â¬ Â¬ F F Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Wall I swow it boats croation Howd turn em back so easyi Luko explained that tho robol Captain Of was tho son of tho man whoso houso thoy had saved Thoy returned to the road aud its CONTINUKD NKXT WKKK Through tho Weury Hours many a night made doubly long by rjlt J F LOCKHART Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ appeared into tho bushes Thoro is somo mystery about tins black fellow I wish I could said Luko fathom it Lato that ovening thoy ovortook tho main body Tho llttio army was oncumpod on tho banks of n crook aud rumors of an attack on tho rear had como to them Luko and his companions woro supposed to have been killed ur captured and Cuptaln Smurt was overjoyed to soo thorn Im glad youro baok Luko said tho Captain I believo you aro bowltchod said Luko What do you moan by this strange conduct Bluekhawkl 01110 day I tolls massa but not now Is gwine and ho turned about and dis protracted agony the rheumatic Buf ferer tosses to and fro on his sleepless couch vainly praying for that rest which only conies by fits and starts His mal- Â¬ ady is one which ordinary medicines too often fail to relieve hut there is ample evidence to prove that the efficient blood depurent Hostetters Stomach Bitters aflbrds the rheumatic a reliable means of relief Check the malady in its incipient stages when the first premonitory twinges come on with this agreeable medicine and avoid years of torture Whatever be the rationale of the active influence of the Bitters upon this malady certain it is that no evidence relating to its effect is more direct and positive than that which relates to its action in cases of rheumatism Like all sterling remedies however it deserves n protracted systematic trial and should not be UK 110UK FOHWAHU AND SEIZED 1118 rMBMD nr THE UAND abandoned because not at once remedial took tho body of thoir comrndo to tho It is equally efficacious in dyspepsia inhouso of a Union man where it was loft for burial As thoy woro hurrying down tho digestion and kindred diseases road a dark flguro suddouly wormed its A man who has practiced medicine wuy out of tho thiokot at tho road sldo for 40 years ought to know salt from su and said Massa Luko you want hurt wuz yo car read what he says No Blackhawk whoro havo you been I Toikdo 0 Jan 10 1S87 In do brush massa I seo all I soo Messrs F J Cheney obory ting but nobody soo mo I bo wid Co Gentle- Â¬ you massa und you know it not men I havo been in the general practice Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ m A DENTIST EZEL KY T JR W W JUSTICE DENTIST Oflice on Fairfax Street 4 Doors Ilelow Rees House WINCHKSTKR KY jyly TR J TAULBEE Physician and Surgeon Hazel Green Wolfe County KENTUCKY TSAAC W ROSE Attorney-at-La- w MAYTOWN KY Will practice in the Courts of Morgan and Wolfe counties Special attention to collections mid returns promptly made Â¬ Jj I- - MAY i w Attorney-at-La- MAYTOWN KY Will practice in the Courts of Morgan and Wolfe counties Special attention to col lections aud returns promptly made Â¬ Â¬ of medicine for most 40 years and would A F BYRD say that in all my practico and experience havo never seen a preparation that ATTORNEY AT LAW I could prescribe with as much confidence CAMPTON KY of success as I can Halls Catarrh Cure Will practice in the Courts of Wolfe und manufactured by you Havo prescribed adjoining to it many times and its effect is wonderful collections counties Special attention mid furnUhiii abstract of title and would say in conclusion that I have yet to find a case of Catarrh that it would T STEELE not cure if thoy would take it according ATTORNEY AT LAW to directions Yours truly Â¬ J ee oH lfhytkaaked Wo will givo 100 for any case of Ca Â¬ got somothln good for you What Luko asked in amazement tarrh that cannot bo cured with Halls Yo notice that wovo been bavin ro Catarrh Cute Taken internally crulta coram In ever sinco wo started F J CHENEY Sc CO Props Luko had noticed that thoir numbers wore hourly Increasing Patriotio farmers ml7 Toledo Ohio and their sons apprised of tho approach of BrSold by druggists 75c the army hastened to join It and swell thoir They came bringing thoir own numbers Subscribo for Tiik Hpkaid only 1 a f Tuns and ammunition and such arms at year It gives all the news taking tho recruit aside Ive L L Gonsicir M D Office 22f Summit St West Lihkrty Ky Will practice in tho counties of KlIIoU Morgan Magoflin Menefee and Wolfe J mode F SUTTON BEATTY VILLK KY REAL ESTATE AND COLLECTING AGENT -- 0 Collections mid remittances promptly Correspondence solicited lW i- - - i j ft V TTI Z LT r l u pePARcmcnc Congressional District - vSgC Officinl Organ of the Tonth iKy - Editor whom all coimmiiiicntioiiH intended jiirVu for thin lepiirtiuent stioultl bo addressed B F DAVIS of Ezol STATE OFFICEKS T T Gahdnkk President Hard well H F Davis Secretary Ezol Uhaklks Pack Treasurer Sip W iM Hailky Lecturer Gold City kxkctti vi - comm jttei Secy T J Doolin Fincliville DISTRICT OFFICERS A 1 Rinoo President Rothwell S L Kash Sec Sr Treas Omer NATIONAL OFFICERS President r LL Polk Washington D It C It 1 W H Hhuwdku Olmstcad II C- Hhown Clinton 11 TUKNEK unfairly taking advantage of the publisher Only indorsements of farmers at farmers muetings inserted in this department under H F Davis any circumstances 10 tPNOTICK Hereafter no iiidnrstncnt of anv mans candidacy for any political ollice will be published in these eolanuiH until lie shall have paid the fee either to the printer or myself To do so would be Fees for Announcements State Officers County 3 District DAVIES ADDRESS The President of the Second District Union Reviews the Situation This is a Government ly a CIiikViiikI ClliHK or th People or u CONTINUED KKOM LAST WEEK The free coinage of silver is one of the most vital demands formulated by the Alliance movement and we mean to se- Â¬ cure the object contemplated by this de mand or wo mean to know the reason Â¬ why a deep seated conviction There among the people that the demonetization of silver in ISTl was one element of a great conspiracy to deliver the fiscal system of this country over to those by whom it had been captured and yet not a Senator or member of Congress could be found after it had parsed who would acknowledge that he knew anything about it Why Hccause the people ir- Â¬ respective of party have declared in favor of it for the past fifteen years and know that they have been juggled with and then thwarted by the power capital free from the passage of a law for the And yet the Govern- Â¬ eoinago of silver ment and the people of this country realize that the amount of ijold and silver and the certificates based on these metals do not comprise a volume of money sufficient to supply the wants of the country and in order to increase the vol ume the Government allows individuals to associate themselves into i body corporate and deposit with the Government bonds which represent national indebted ness which tho Government holds in trust and issues to such corporations pa per money equal to ninety per cent of tho value of the bonds and charges said corporation interest at the rate of one per cent per annum for the ue of said paper money Hut we find the circulation secured by this method is still not adequate Or if we admit that it is adequate on the aver age wo know that the fact that it is ade Â¬ quate for half the year makes its inflexi bility an engine of oppression because a season in which it is adequate must be followed by ono of superabundance in or- Â¬ der to bring about the average as such a range in volumo menus great fluctuation in prices cut against tho producer both in buying and selling Hecauso ho must sell at a season when produce is low and buy when commodities arc high What is needed is a certain adequate amount that adjusts itself to tho wants of tho country at all seasons Tho greatest ovil is that which dele Â¬ gates to a certain class tho power to fix the price of all kinds of produce and com This power is not delegated modities directly but is delegated indirectly by allowing such classes to issue a largo per cent of the money used as tho circulating medium of the country and having the balance of such circulating medium which is issued by tho Government a fix ed quantity that is not augmented to InrriMimml veltli tho necessities of tho vf iirf till tiniM In consequence of this the mon- oy issued by the privileged class which they aro at liberty to withdraw at pleas ure can be and is so manipulated as tt control the volume of circulating modi um in tho country sufficient to produce fluctuation in general prices at their pleasure a svstem whereby a privileged tho power of class can and hnvo by mouey to oppress exacted from labor is Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ all that it produces except a baro sub sistency Tho most desirable and necessary reform is one that will adjust tho financial system of the general Government so that its provisions cannot bo utilized by a class which thereby Incomes privileged and in consequenco contrary to tho t mHllllll if vlllr nlttnrtlttuit nn I nltiil Si D iui it iiivii in viuiiiiMiiiub tho principal cause of the depressed con Â¬ dition of agriculture Tho farmers have have examined into the cause of their condition have decided at St Louis and Oeala what they need and made their de mands To grant these demands would at once free them from the control of the capitalists Hut the politicians and the subsidized press seemingly working in the interests of tho capitalists are now making every effort to turn tho people aside from their just demands and confine tho issue to tariff reform while tar- Â¬ iff reform is needed yet tho thing to bring relief to the people is reform in financial legislation This the farmers well know and will no more be sacrificed to engage in a contest when tarifT reform is made the only issue and nothing will satisfy them not coupled with an in- Â¬ crease in the volume of currency and a freo and unlimited coinage of silver He fore this great issue all others sink into insignificance Our whole financial system has been framed in the interest of the men who hold the money bags When a rich and powerful government like ours conies to the help of any ono class of men it is an easy matter for that class that is the recipient of tho favors to get rich Senator Heck in a speech made in the United States Senate 21st December 1885 said It seems as thoimh it was thought to be the duty of Congress to see to it that the rich bo made richer and the poor poorer He The great American agrifurther said cultural industries which give employ ment to one half the workers for wages and whole products constitute at least 80 per cent of our exports receives no real consideration here and are not even ranked among the industries of the coun- Â¬ try on which Congress is asked or ex Â¬ pected to throw its protecting arm In 1810 tho farmers owned half the property in the nation in 1880 they owned one fourth the property Hcfore the war tramps were unknown in this country now they are numbered by the millions He fore the war there were but two mil lionaries in the country since the war under class legislation they have sprung up like toad stools in the land Congress by class legislation has caused the wealth of the nation to concentrate in tho hands of a few It hits been estimated that three fifths of all the wealth of this nation is owned by less than 82000 men Can this state of things last We answer no The people are waking up on the subject of congressional legislation They have located the trouble and intend to bring about a change in our currency They see the folly of allowing a few thousand national bankers to control the Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ words which is essential to its beneficial regulation Congress has power to estab Â¬ lish it and no other power can establish it and thereforo Congress is bound to exercise its own power It is an absurd Â¬ ity on the very face of the proposition to allego that Congress shall regulate commerce butshall nevertheless abandon to others tho duty of sustaining and reg- Â¬ ulating ita essential means and instru- Â¬ Mr Webster tho great expound ments or of the constitution said in a speech in United States ScnatoTan31 1833 Tho constitutional power vested in Congress over tho legal currency of the country is ono of the very highest powers and the ex crcise of this high power is one of the strongest bonds of tho union of tho President Jackson said in his States I submit message to Congress in 1829 to the wisdom of the legislature wheth- Â¬ er a national one curroncy founded on the credit of the Government and its resources might not be devised which would obviate all constitutional difficul- Â¬ ties and at the same time secure all of tho advantages of tho government and the country that were expected to result from tho present bank Tho views of Jefferson Jackson and Calhoun may bo considered as protty good democratic doctrine for tho Demo- Â¬ You will obcrats of today to follow serve that they do not think it an un- Â¬ constitutional 6chemo to supply tho peo- Â¬ ple with money The Government must bo made to pro- Â¬ tect our people from being impoverished We by monopolies and class legislation have the power and must take tho re- Â¬ sponsibility to hold the fortress tho cit- Â¬ adel of civilization of tho nineteenth cen- Â¬ tury hold tho best stronghold of repre- Â¬ sentee government and let not our civilization be plowed under like thoe that have founded it ICt your watch words be organization and education in the rights of productive labor Make every school house a rallying point for enlistment and drill Organize a company in every school district a ba tallion in every township a brigade in every county a division in every con- Â¬ gressional district a corps in every State with your right resting on the gulf and your left on the lakes FonwAitn To victories to bo gained not with shot and shell but with well aimed ballots remembering that life liberty ami the pursuit of happiness are jewels whoso keeping must bo confined to those who aro the slaves of the money powers and corporations Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Kfa WO No 5 Main wtll Wiilwii Street CARPETS 8tL WINCHESTER KY FURNITURE WALL PAPER China Glass and Queensware UNDERTAKING quarters J M 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 wo will send cuts or samples of any of tho many arti Â¬ cles that we carrv When you do como down make our store your head Â¬ Wo have added largely to onr stock and now occupy THE WINN FURNITUllE WM CO KELLY President IIIIIGIIT Secretary mid Treasurer WHENEVER YOU VISIT LEXINGTON CALL ON THE Lexington Foundry Co Office 99 EAST MAIN STREET Shop K U RAILROAD near 7th St THE They nre operating THE LARGEST FOUNDRY STATE east of Louisville AND MACHINE SHOP IN All kinds of BOILER AND ENGINE DONE Office 90 at the lowest uviNO PRICES tffl Foumlry on EAST MAIN STREET K U RAILROAD J T XLy JUCiklllgtOIl Tt avinf REPAIRING SKILLFULLY J M KELLY President Â¬ Â¬ NEW STORE NEW GOODS Rose Are now rccciviuu a Fresh ami Choice Stock ol Swano Â¬ Fall REFUNDED Winter Goods c OR MONEY Â¬ To which they invite the attention of the citizens of Hazel Green and vicinity consisting of Dry Goods Notions Boots Shoes Clothing Also FARM IMPLEMENTS AND SEEDS OF ALL KINDS and the clothing department is chock lull of bargains BST EVERYTHING GUARANTEED AS REPRESENTED Mens All Wool Suits Only 750 ONLY 1300 Â¬ To Old Point Comfort mill Heturn On Tuesday July 21st a special train will bo run to Old Point Comfort from Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ currency contracting and expanding at They intend that the their pleasure Congress of the United States shall exer cise this power for it was to them alone the people transferred tho sole power to issue money and regulate volume in or- Â¬ der to enable it to regulate the commerce Whoever controls the of the country volumo of the currency of a country con- Â¬ trols its financial and tho peoples ser- Â¬ vants are responsible to them and chos Â¬ en by tho voice of a majority of the peo Â¬ ple whilo national bankers aro not ser vants of the people not chosen by them To correct and not responsible to them these wrongs tho farmers ami Alliance men of the country mot at St Louis and Oeala and put forward their demands but we are told by the would bo solons that they aro undemocratic unconstitu tional and class legislation oto etc Jef ferson the father of Democracy in writ- Â¬ ing to Mr Eppa on tho danger of bank associations says Hank papor must bo suppressed and tho circulating medium must be restored to the nation to whom it rightly lelongs It is the only resource Albert Gal which can never fail them who was twelvo years Secretary latin Tho right of is of tho Treasury said suing paper money as currency like that of gold and silver belongs exclusively to President Madison in his tho nation Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Lexington under the auspices of the Main street Christian church Only 1300 for tho round trip and special low rates at the Hygeia Hotel for those who go on this excursion Make your arrangements to go as this will be the cheapest and most desirable A SURE AND CERTAIN CURE KNOWN FOR 15 YEARS AS excursion from Lexington this season THE BEST REMEDV FOR PILES Tickets good to return until August 8 PREPARED Br RICHARDSON TAYLOR MEDCOSTLOUlS M0 and holders may stop at any of the Virginia resorts on return trip For explanatory circular sec or address any railroad agent or G W Daukky W II Hoswkll KY CATLETTSBURC Tho Largest Drug House in tho Ohio Valley G A DeLoku Manufacturers of 2128 REMEDIES that arq Sold by tho Dozon CIIAS L BROWN General Passenger 10000 Squaro Foot of Floor Room 28 Hands Employed HI JEJ Erjj CURES NOTHING BUT PILES Â¬ WHOLESALE MANUFACTURING DRUGGISTS Agent Lexington Ivy X After a man takes tho Allianco obliga Â¬ NERVE KING tion ho should examine his heart when Illie only remedy thut is nold on mi nbno X none but God is near him and if he finds lute Kitiirnntre to euro nil raitiH iiiiuv Dvn and AiIich that any political party holds a stronger Seuterv CnunitHFsed Colic Diarrhea uxter internally mid etc tie unou him than tho Alliance does ho 2iuilly The lient Liniment in the world i should sav so riirht out in mcctimr and I 3 PRICK Jr CENTS ask leave to withdraw and leave the Or- Â¬ OfrfrfrOfrfrfrfrWW0 No other courso will bo either der fifay Fou Sam hy Dnuo Stokim and Alliance right honest or honorable Farmer No true Allianco man can bo a good INDIANAPOLIS IND Democrat or a good Republican There lit dWifajiMjaj rrr nro no half way Allianco principles Tho fact that you pay your dues regu Â¬ larly and that you are an enthusiastic and energetic member outside of tho lodge room does not mako you a good You are of very moinbor of tho order little uho to tho organization if you do not attend the meetings proprietors of the fumntiM x Solo proprietor of tho ronnwncdTKx HINDOO KIDNEY CORDIAL xFor the pcriiiniu nt cure of Iahis m fhy yiiuck iiim itu uwoniurH oi mo juoueysx miiiiI Urinary Oruniin TlioiiHiuids of cor tifiniteH of thoHe uho lmve lined tlthfX X remedy will ho Kent on application Z Countky Stokes EvkuywherimiBC WXXMK4WWM4WM m nuuii Si oo PARRY MIPO OO i e I Wk JrJfrXjy k No 7J Price 18 00 Cash with Order at Factory Strictly rirt All hecoiul If a man loves any political party bet- Â¬ Â¬ - with tho power of croating and regula ting a currency of that description John C Calhoun in a speech delivered in tho Senatoon Soptember 28th 1838 used A general ami universalthis languago ly accredited currency therefore is an Inufriinwmt nf onnimorco which is UCCCS sary to ita just advantages or In other ter than ho could or would tho Farmers It is Allianco and if he had any honor about messago to Congress in 1815 said essential that the nation should possess a him no would bo suro to remain out of currency of equal value credit and use tho Alliance Alliance Farmer Tho constiwhenever it may circulate Additional Allianco news will Ik1 found Congress exclusively tution intrusted on another page -Â¬ Â¬ Warranted oronih Hickory 52 2Ss22 uiivil t rlin niiil Tlrnc Pcrfecily Ilnlnncol Low Kent feat Arms Lonj Easy JtldinK Oil Temiwed Sprint Host Wheels anil Host All Over IP YOU OAMT FIMD THEM FOR 8ALE BY YOUR MERCHANTS WRITJ5 8 Cliv In xi7A V Livery Sale Stable GIIEEN KY J H PIERATT Â¬ HAZEL Never KnllltiK Kcnuxly o Meokimixe tho only permanent euro BSTDoublo and 8imjlo Turnouts and Saddle for all forms of headache and neuralgia Horses for hiro Parties oonvoyod to any point relioves tho pain in from 15 to 20 min Â¬ on roasonablo termB o utes For salo on positive guarantee at I will alio attend to nil calU for nuotlnneeriiitf and Tub Hekalu office or sent postpaid by solicit bunliieu of this kind neapeutfiilly Ac JOHN 11 1 lilwYll mail on receipt of price 50 ceuta a box t A i rmftmniti i7H Hazel Gbeen Heeald SPENOER COOPER - Friday HAZEL GREEN - May Kflcac InoTSa Pennsylvania politics as long as Col Tom Bayne of Pittsburgh has would have ho Editor long ago learned this lesson but in this week and hasnt IIo was hero an intcryiow ho said of tho coming cam KY Tho country will have reasons 29 1891 paign for feeling gratified if tho opposing tick Â¬ ets aro headed respectively by Harrison and Cleveland because no matter which was elected tho victor would stand be Â¬ 1kHuulra tween tho pcoplo of tho United States and that peculiar and unreasonable brand Â¬ 1 114So Citizens Nati UIHII BO UK WINCHESTER KENTUCKY PAID UP CAPITAL DEMOCRATIC HTATK TICKKT For Governor JOHN YOUNG IJROWN Of Henderson County For Lieutenant Governor MITCHELL 0 ALFORD Of Hell County For Attornoy General WILLIAM J HENDRIOK Of Fleming County For Auditor LUKE 0 NORMAN Of Iioono County For Treasurer OJffHENRY S HALE County For Register of the Land Office GREEN BERRY SWANGO Of Wolfe County For Suporlntfiidonl of Public Instruction ED PORTER THOMPSON Of Owen County For Clerk of Court of Appeals ABR AM ADDA MS Of Harrison County Cull for Product MuotingH With the consent of tho Chairmen of tho vnrioua counties comprising tho 34th 0 I Senatorial district a Democratic convention to nominate a candidate for State Senator to bo voted for nt tho coming August election is hereby called to meet at Campton Wolfe county FCy on Friday Juno 26 1891 at 12 oclock m Mass meetings are also hereby ordered tobo held in each voting precinct thro outthe district on Saturday Juno 20 at such hour and in such manner as the county committees may determine Each precinct will Bend three delegates to tho County convention to bo held at tho Court House in each county on Monday Juno 22 to elect delegates to attend tho District convention at Campton Each county will bo represented in the District convention by one delegato for each electoral voto such county is enti Â¬ tled to in Stato conventions and ono al Â¬ ternate delegato for each voto Each candidate in tho district convention will W allowed his strength in each voting precinct and county convention Â¬ Â¬ 5 i John Gofp Chran 34th Sen Dist WASHINGTON LETTER t D C May 22 1891 Closo observers ot tho game of politics wero not surprised to learn that it was charged that both tho Democratic and Republican managers had paid emissaries among tho delegates to tho Cincinnati 111 1Washington i convention It would bo extremely dif- Â¬ ficult oyon whero all tho delegates wero regularly nccredited from legitimate or- Â¬ ganizations and simply impossible in a convention whero many of the so called delegates represented only themselves or at best paper organizations to keep out And I happen to know crooked men that xnoro than ono man went to that convention from hereabouts who has on past occasions handled crooked political money If I desired to bo porsonal it would be poasiblo to namo ouo of the delegates at that convention who has beeu named as a member of tho National committee and who in at least two campaigns whllo ostensibly connected in a conspic- Â¬ uous manner with ono political party was in tho pay of tho campaign committee of another Dates and amounts paid might In this case bo specified if it wero necessary Ho belongs to tho fortunate- Â¬ ly Bmall class of men who livo by the salo of their honor Thoro are grave differences of opinion hero as to tho effect that tho work of tho Cincinnati convention will have upon tho campaign next year but all agree that it depends entirely upon tho actions of tho great Allianco convention which la to be held on tho 22nd of noxt Febru Â¬ ary It that body ondorscs tho work of the convention just closed then will tho third party have assumed mammoth pro Â¬ portion j If not It will not bo a factor in Â¬ of foolishness which is labeled free coin tttudfy IBS j fejs Neither Harrison nor wk ago of silver a freo coinage Cleveland would permit bill to become a law if by any means in o their power they could prevent it remarks A Senator who read theso Is Tom Hay no tho people sharply said of tho United States 7 Why ho talks liko - PRESIDENT a lunatic I am satisfied that if it could bo possible for tho pcoplo to voto upon tho question of the free coinage of silver without any distracting political ques S W tions being mixed up with it more than VICE TOESIDENT two thirds of them would voto in its fa- Â¬ vor It is the one third which opposo it who would bo gratified to seo tho two parties again led by Cleveland and Har- Â¬ rison A newspaper man with moro imagina CASHIER tion than good judgment started the sil- Â¬ ly rumor that Mr Harrison snubbed Sen Â¬ ator Quay when that gentleman was here last week Tho cause of this conclusion W was that after sending for Senator Quay ASST CASHIER to come hero Mr Harrison found him so busv that he sent tho Senator a self oOo note requesting that the interview be de- Â¬ ferred to a more convenient time Bless Has amnio facilities for doing a general banking business So Â¬ your soul Mr Harrison may not bo in licits deposits makes colleclovo with Quay the man but he will tions gives prompt and careful never think of snubbing Quay tho boss attention to all business entrust- Â¬ who controls tho Pennsylvania delegation ed to it and extends to its cus -to the Republican national convention M l tomers the most liberal accom- p gM ggmrurjyJt T rj modations consistent with cor Harrison and all the members of Mr rect banking business Noble tho cabinet except Blaine and who are away seem to bo as busy a beavers but it is probable that they are MATLOCK only catching up with tho routine work HENRY WITH accumulated while the President that go At any rate if they are en was away McMillan hazen gaged in any work of national importance WHOLESALE It is they aro keeping it very quiet known that Mr Harrison is awaiting the so you can get something better than dollars from us return of Mr Blaine before taking up The completion of the K XJ II R to Jackson has cut us off tho important matters pending before from a large wholesale trade heretofore had by us in several tho Stato department The new Peruvi- Â¬ KNOXVILLE TENN counties and left on our hands an immense stock of an minister is moro than anxious to ot his goods which we are compelled to unload and in order to do taiu the same trade reciprocity for 5TThc above goods are handled by J T so we are determined to make prices do the work prices country that Brazil now enjoys with us CO Hazel Green Ky informed that nothing DAY but he has been which will render our patrons happy and make competition can bo done until Mr Blaine returns Inducements THE KRUSE BAHLMAW howl We offer to Country Merchants Several times this week it was rumor-Â¬ and guarantee to them lower prices than they ever got before ed that Mr Harrison had asked for the We are overstocked and must unload Remember we will resignation of Commissioner of Pensions duplicate any bill with freights added either wholesale or Raum but ho hasnt up to date and and North or South up hill or down or retail Gen Raum who claims that his son C0MPANY-aro tho victims of a conspiracy himself We are now receiving such lines bought for CASH at says that ho does not intend resigning 11 15 and 17 West Pearl Street bottom bargains as will fill every department New Fresh unless asked to do so It is believed here Seasonable Choice and Cheap We can astonish you with CINCINNATI O that Mr Harrison would gladly accept tho resignation of Gen Raum but that lines of TABLES covered with goods at half ho for some cause dislikes to request it prices A new departure And more than this we will SuThe wholesale trade of If tho resignation under a cloud of Gen tucky is respectfully solicited Eastern Ken have Raums son from tho Ponsion bureau --THE shall succeed in breaking up tho practice of off- Â¬ all too common in Washington icials appointing their sons daughters and in some instances their wives to impor- Â¬ tant positions under them it will prove a blessing in disguise for the public ser-Â¬ which 9 a m Commencing Saturday May 30 1891 vice as this practice has grown to bo an every thing goes reduced prices come and bring your ovil of mammoth proportions sL 17500000 WASH MILLER Â¬ WILLIS A H HAMPTON 1 Â¬ J POYNTER Â¬ Â¬ M y Â¬ Do You Need If East Money BOOTS AND SHOES Extra HARDWARE -- East West I CHEAP GEO W MALPIN Notions Mi Replarly Even at at Satrti at G0MPANY9 Tho Peoplos Party is tho outcome Wholesale Dry Goods ttefffct - k wrb never gains anything by trying ty Make email of the people who do not tkeaoUy as he doe and ono would iMttVaUy wppoee that a man who had been in Oougreei la journalWm aud In - of tho National Alliance Convention that 101 103 and 105 W Fourth Street has been ralsimr a Hullabaloo in Cincin A platform acceptable nati this week CINCINNATI 0 South Side to delegates from every quarter of the Union and with views so much at vari Â¬ ance was actually concocted and adopted Tho platform upon which the new party places its hopes contains features that have been discarded by men of sober thought as being impracticable and thut will scarcely receivo tho indorsement of tho farmers or any other class of citizons who think twico boforo they leap One plank embraces the leading features of tho sub treasury scheme another tho Nos 74 and 76 Maiu Street freo and unlimited coinago of silver Tho coutrol and supervision of public means CINCINNATI O of communication and transportation by f A tho Government is demanded as well as wood WOOD DAY 1 B F DAY of President and tho election AT and tho United States Senators by Office ATTORNEYS Hank LAW over Exchange A national a direct voto of tho pcoplo Muysvillo St Mt Sterlinp Ky bo hold on February 22 Practice In Montgomery Powell Menifee conference will Wolfe Breathitt Itownii MtiRotHii uud Mor 1892 with other organizations desiring gan counties and Superior Court and Court to join in the movomont but in caso no of Appeals satisfactory arrangements aro mado a BIGSTAFF REAR national convention will bo called not Â¬ later than June 1892 to nominate candiATTORNEYS AT LAW dates for Prcsidont and Vice President MT STERLING KY Tho Kentucky of tho United States tho courts contincent of tho new party met at Cov Practice incounties and of Montgomery and in n1 0 patronage of Mountain Merchnnts respect ifSnuginracntiif head Â¬ adjoining Federal Courts tho Court of Ap fully solicited aud full Pr0lnc ington and put out a Stato ticket peals anil satisfaction guaranteed ed by Col Pollock Barbour of Louis villo for Governor Danville Advocate is ony S1 venr and It is acknowledged Printed in the best stylo HPTTPi TTP1T A Subscribo for The Heuald only 1 a A1J to bo tho best local paper published today aud at lowest rates at this tTT Subscribo now and catch tho good things It will contain this yean office Send us your order In Kentucky year It gives all tho news GROSSMAN SCHLETJTKER CO Saddlery and Harness t neighbors one and all Having secured a large boundary of Blue Grass for the year we will exchange goods or pay cash for live stock You can settle notes or accounts with the same As the prices we name merely give us a chance to get our money out of the goods we cannot afford to credit Goods will be sold for cash only or country produce live stock and school claims taken in exchange We shall open a new department under the charge of Miss Laura Rawliugs and Miss Lula Day which will be fully stocked with line Millinery Notions Ladies Furnishing Goods Wall Paper Carpets and Oil Cloths School Books and Supplies Pictures and Frames etc etc Miss HawlinSs is a thoroughly competent Milliner and Dress Maker and we offer you a City Stock to select from You can get as fino and stylish Millinery and Dresses hero as anywhere and at the very lowest prices Yours respectfully Vice-Presi-do- nt Â¬ HAZEL GREEN KENTUCKY f o TRIMBLE BROS WHOLESALE GROCERS MT STERLING KY I Â¬ jel-l-l- HORSE BILLS T Tl iLiamMimmi n Mammoth Kfltnhllxhtncnt We took n stroll through the mam Â¬ moth establishment of J T Day Co a few days since and surprise greeted us on every turn Tho main storo is fitted up with a choice stock of tho finest fab- Â¬ rics and tho variety is almost endless The boot and shoo and hat department embraces everything heart could wish representing over 10000 worth of stock The saddlery and harness department is equal in magnitude and tho clothiug emporium is replete with tho latest fash Â¬ ions In tho furniture department thoro is apparently enough to furnish ovcry house in Eastern Kentucky and of every thing necessary All this is of courso a grand aggregation but the elegance of the establishment is that presided over by Misses Laura Rawlings and Lula Day a daughter of tho proprietor Hero is a large carpeted room handsomely deco rated aid in it are millinery hat and dress trimmings carpets wall paper A bric-a-bra- Hazel Green Herald Wiisii larger ciruulntion in Wolfe Morgan ami llreuthltt tlmn all other papers in the State ami merchants in Mt Sterling Win ohestor Lexington Louisville and finciii liati will fiiul ItTHKiiBST medium through which to secure Mountain Trade ADVERTISING RATES Advertisements inserted for less than 3 months will be 75 cents an inch for the first insertion and 25 cents an inch for each sub sequent insertion TALIi TKAN8IEKT Â¬ Transient Advertising must 7 50 is running as a Democrat In a talk with the editor of this paper a few even The attention of the merchants of the ings since he said that lie wanted to win mountains is especially directed to the Bahlman Hardware the nomination by fair means only and card of The Kruse that failing to do so he would give his Co Cincinnati unqualified support to the man who beat The president of the Hazel Green Fair him Nothing could be fairer and we Association requests a meeting of the therefore take pleasure in asking a due Board of Directors on Monday June 1 consideration of his claims at 2 oclock p m A Prophet in Politics Tho Hazel Green Herald is cer- Â¬ W McAlpin Co Cincin Â¬ The George nati has a card in this issue to which the tainly getting there after tho fashion of attention of our readers is directed Jt tho best Spencer Cooper knows exactly will pay buyers of dry goods to read it how the thing is done and though ho distinctly disclaims being more than J of carefully himself he rose in prophetic spirit and Grossman Schleutker Co 74 and 76 named f of tho State Democratic nomiMain street Cincinnati are the largest nees It will bo in order hereafter to dealers in saddlery and saddlery hard have not only a regular credential in ware in that city and merchants should your pocket but also a straight tip from note the fact tho Wizard of Wolfe Bob Franklin in M Â¬ Â¬ Wo are arranging to build a Dormitorv that will accommodate GO boarders and will have it ready for occupancy by the opening of school There will not be nnv more trou ble about too high board The cost of board will be the lowest possible Wo will be prepared to do better work next session than ever before During tho summer the school will be supplied with Cninpton Currency maps charts globes etc etc You cannot And a better school in the Buggy driving was all the rago here mountains of Kentucky Our rates ore low Sunday evening Whilo several young our methods of teaching Normal we keep US MEYER WITH ladies were driving up Main street in a abreast with the tide of education Our pu pils are our best advertisement Wo refer Â¬ spring wagon an old horse called Buck- you to them shot who has heretofore been considered Hazel Green is the prettiest town in East one of the safest and best harness horses ern Kentucky free from many of ills ot O JOBBERS INO railway towns and those of moro popula extant became frightrned at some object tion no saloons or harbors of temptation welcomo strangers and influ Hardware Tho Agricultural Inftpbmints A full and complete line of Base Balls be found the name of Capt Jack Ringo on the roadside and ran away and ran ences people for good are thrown around them who offers for the State Senate from this over an embankment But for the All hoarders will be under the supervision OLIVER CHILLED PLOWS and Bats can be found at the store of MALTA PLOWS FOSTER 8TOVK CO district Mr Ringo is thoroughly iden- timely assistanco of parties who happen- Â¬ of the teachers Send for catalogues etc T Day Co COOKS MILLS EVAPORATORS tified with the Farmers Alliance has a ed to be near a serious accident and per WM H CORD CHAMPION REAPERS MOWERS Presbyte pride in the principles of the organiza- Â¬ haps tho loss of somo lives might have May 8 1891 There will be services in the PRINCIPAL STODDARD AND ACME HARROWS DOORS AND bASII A SPECIALTY rian Church at this place Sunday at 730 tion which amounts to devotion but he been the result Fortunately no one was B F TYIBK JOHN II ROSE Nos 110 112 Second Street p Z Haney All invited by Rev 15 00 inches 18 75 1 inches 22 00 5 inches 25 00 0 inches Liberal rates on larger advertisements made known on application Obituaries tributes of icspect etc 3e ft line Count six words to the line and send money with the manuscript We will write obituaries ond publish at 5 cents a line Local notices to be interspersed among reading matter 10 cents a line with a dis count of 25 per cent where they run a month or more Marriage and death notices not exceeding c and a hundred other articles ten lines solicited and published free Regular Advertising suited to ladies of taste not to mention fcS lHMs Hon 1AYAUIE QUARTERLY ON DEMAND a complete supply of all tho standard SPENTER COOPER Address school books But now comes the place Huzel Green Ky that must prove a popular resort An immense room hns been fitted up with ANNOUNCEMENT We are authorized to announce GEORGE cheap tables upon which will bo piled W DRAKE as a candidate for Sheriff of goods in profusion and auctioned every Wolfe County subject to action of the DemSaturday affording all an opportunity ocratic party announce WEEDEN to buy at reduced prices but for cash We are authorized to CONGLETON as a candidate for Sheriff of only Here too may be found confec- Â¬ Wolfe county subject to the action ot the tionery and sweet meats of all kinds and Democratic party JAMES K ROBERTS of Lee county is on auction days cooling lemonades and a candidate for the State Senate in this the other temperance drinks at the lowest 34th Senatorial district subject to the ac prices The first auction takes place tion of the Democratic party Saturday next beginning at 9 A m and We are authorized to announce JOHN S Juckson as a candidate for everybody is invited to attend IIARG1S of State Senator from this the 34th Senatorial A Hustler ukuw district suojeci 10 me ucuuu ui cratie party The only real contest was that between We are authorized to announce JOHN P Corbett and Swango for Register of the WELLS of Paintsville Johnson county as a candidate tor Senator from this the 34th Land Office and it is said much bitter Senatorial district subject to the action of feeling was engendered Judge Swango the Democratic party entered the race late but proved to be a We are authorized to announce JOHN D hustler and won the fight This posi- Â¬ ATKINSON of Powell county as a candidate for State Senator from the 34th Sena tion however is about all the recognitorial district subject to the action of the tion the Democrats of Eastern Kentucky Democratic party ever receive on the State ticket and aft- Â¬ A J RINGO ex Shcri0 of Menefee county and President of the Farmers and er Clay and Elliston lost their races Laborers Union for the Tenth Congressional Judge Swango drew considerable strength District of Kentuckv is ft candidate for from other sections of the State Sam J State Senator in the 34th Senatorial district subject to the action of the Democratic Salyer of West Liberty placed Judge party Swango in nomination and made an ad- Â¬ mirable speech His plea for the moun- Â¬ A J Ringo of Menifee comity was tains of Eastern Kentucky no doubt in town last Saturday greatly helped his candidate Mt Ster Â¬ Misses Lula and Genie Cockrell of ling Gazette Ezel are visiting with the family of Dr Anotner Cnntliclate in tho Field J M Hash Under the head of announcements will 3 Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ BB PAID IN ADVANCE STANDING ADVERTISEMENTS 1 inch 12 months 3 inches 12 50 Klentlon for Trustee There will bo a school election held at tho public school houso in District 26 ou Saturday Juno 6 between tho hours We wish to notify tho citizens oi Wolfe of 1 and 3 oclock p m for tho election and adjoining counties that wc have rented of ono Trustee and every patron of the THE CARDING MACHINE school should bo interested in getting a at Cninpton Ky for this season We aro will Cutting the machine in good order31 and18th good man for tho place ay for carding by Monday Wo have employed James A Spen 1891 An Heir to tho lloimo of Oreenwade cer who has formerly run the machine and satisfaction It will bo a surprise to tho many wo guarantee as they have Tho prices will Parties friends of Jim Grccnwado formerly of ho the same a distanco will beenaccommobe this placo but now of Hunnowcll Kan Â¬ coming iffrom possible with their carding to tako dated sas to know that his wifo recently pre- Â¬ home with them Wc solicit tho patrouago sented him with an heir A privatt correspondent writing to us from that of the public Respectfully They havo a big girl at BAILEY lace says POTTS S Ir Grecnwados It is thrco weeks old and the prettiest child I ever saw You can not imagine how proud they all are 1891 1892 of it Mr Greenwado said he was sorry could not get to vote the Democratic it Carding Machine CAMPTON Who Killed iinsHaaiffii Is a question hard to answor But as to who is selling tho cheapest goods in Hazel Gfreen is easily told Â¬ Â¬ ANNOUNCEMENTS HF PIERATT 5 CO ticket HAZEL GREEN ACADEMY NormalanrJ ic Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Lower Tlmn McOlnty Wo thought wo had prices low enough but wo havo concluded to get down to tho bed rock in order to help the farmers and workingmen who have so long groan Â¬ ed under tho oppression of high prices Wc aro selling nice sugar 17 pounds for 1 Best coffee 23c per pound Soda 8Jc per pound Standard Prints 6Jc per yard good fast color Lawns 4Jc per yard hats worth 2 90c each nails 8c pound or 8c by tho keg double shovel plows 230 best quality of Fur- Â¬ niture at prices that defy competition Clothing at greatly reduced prices Sew Â¬ ing Machines at prices to suit tho poorest as well as tho ricnest Jewelry Watches and Clocks at almost wholesalo prices Craigs Furniture of every description Common School Question Book reduced from 225 to 150 every student and teacher and especially those undergoing examination should havo this book 8500 questions and answers on all com- Â¬ mon school text books including parlia- Â¬ mentary rules Wo are proua of our large custom for among tho many are several sturdy farmeis upon whom we all lean for support Everv tiller of the soil every workingman lias a heartv welcome to my storo where they shall have the benefit of bargains thatl alone have had the gratefulness to make to a people who deserve tho benefit of low Wo give a free invitation to all prices who want bargains to come and examino our prices Ladies shall have best atten- Â¬ tion and got bargains that will make them smile Good byo to high prices and to the credit system forever good- Â¬ bye J T Gevedon West Liberty May 15 aro closing out If Low Prices aro what you want wo have got them Preparatory School WfiWl f to FIRST TERM BEGINS Si MONDAY SEPTEMBER 7 1891 Wo aro going to sell Wo havo got prices to suit hard times All wo ask is to give us a call Rates of Tuition per Month 100 3JPuyablc one hnlf on entering School the other at middle of term FREE SCHOLARSHIPS 150 and 200 Â¬ Any scholars takirg first and second hon ors on the completion of their courses in tho Acadcniv shall be entitled to a free scholar ship each in Kentucky University A free scholarship iu the Academy will be awarded to one pupil from each of the following mountain counties viz Ilrcahitt Clay El liott Flow Harlan Johnson Knott Lee Leslie Letcher Lawrence Martin Magotliu Mcnclee Morgan Owsley Perry Pike Pow Â¬ ell and Rowan provided such arrange ments have been mads for the competitive examination b the common school author ities or with their consent as shall enable each student of common school grades to compete for the scholarship and the appli cant therefor shall bear a certificate from the examiner that he has obtained the high est mark attained upon tho examination in his county Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ and accounts must bo settled at once or you will pay cost CO 13f3m P T- - F- - H F TIERATT CO P S All outstanding notes QAftft Jeweler EZEL KY Gas BOARDING MJu ff9fflWH3 H Jyfl MmL EC fe3h YP9 Watches Clocks Jewelry Â¬ G Â¬ WMKEERG0 Â¬ Â¬ J Â¬ Â¬ J Â¬ injured Buckshot is now for sale as the girls say thoy will never attempt to See the advertisement Cheaper Books Beattyville Enterprise Lots of Visitors in Town It means an immense saving to the school children of this section especially so as Tho register at tho Day Houso shows J T Day Co will sell them books at tho following guests during tho past few publishers prices days S S Taulbeo Taulbeo G B Breeding Boonevillo R H Bolin Ezel Lost Two small day books on May J B Thompson and wifo H G Arnett 10 1891 between Hazel Green and the and wife K P Gullctt and wife Hen- Â¬ Magoffin county line Finder will please dricks H C Viernan Farmers M return to this offico as they are of no Caudill Falcon Henry Matlock Knox benefit to any ono except owner W H Flanory Willard ville Tcun T k vust t Vo should have stated last week that iviiios uuvih If uiuvriy tho funeral of Valentino Pieratt would A Needed Improvement be preached on the third Sunday in Juno Tho Ezel Mill company aro pulling at half past ten oclock in tho morning down their old buildings and making By an oversight tho day was omitted considerable improvements adding wool A pastor of tho M E Church South of West Liberty together with his family has been visiting friends here for several days and in tho interim Bro Duvall has been doing somo excel- Â¬ lent preaching for the people hero and at Bear Pen He will preach at tho M E Church South at this placo next Sunday at 11 A m All are invited to attend Last Sunday was childrens day at tho M E Church South at this place Tho church was handsomely decorated for tho occasion and tho exercises were interest- Â¬ ing and impressive which consisted of marching recitations vocal and instru- Â¬ mental music by tho children followed by an able and instructive sermon by Rev R M Lee C W Milliken Cincinnati James A tkeson Stan Â¬ Hhrgis Jackson J D ton A J Ringo Frcnchburg W T Ringo Hazel Green G B Breeding Boonevillo W T West Richmond Samuel Amyx Torrent and S B Logan Clay City wero registered at the Combs Houso last week The Democrats of this precinct mot at tho court houso at 1 p m last Saturday and as tho timo for holding tho conven- Â¬ tion had been changed tho meeting was adjourned over until tho 20th of Juno without making any instructions for any one Prof M C Marion and wifo loft hero yesterday for Jackson their futuro home Ho has been engaged as professor of mathematics in tho college there Wo can safely recommend him and his wifo as Al teachers Dr H H Stamper J Harlan Stam Â¬ per and Prof G B Stamper latoof Stonewall Indian Territory aro at homo again Prof W H Flanery principal of tho Willard Normal School is in town Herman Morris of Loulsvillo was In town yesterday Robert Cecil of Morgan county was visiting relatives hero last week Tom Thumb May 26 go alono again Rev O F Duvall TYLER ROSE AND 91y IRONTON OHIO 0f0DMDlgOQlgiyMWiyS HAZEL GREEN KY WANTED HM0 1 WACON MAKINC O New and Liberal Terms K2T Address A J COLE Gen Â¬ eral Agont Barbourvlllo Ky or JOHN O OGDEN Nurseryman Somorsot Ky iy Wc carry a stock of Iron and Wagon Ma terials of all kinds and givo special atten tion to Horse shoeing Â¬ Â¬ I THE WINCHESTER BANK WINCHESTER KY N iQGQ3QJQOQGQQQGiGQiQ J R Sharp Bruce Trimble TQDenton DENTON KY SHARP TRIMBLE MT STERLING II WITIIER8P00N President R I HUNTER Cashier Have now a complete lino of Â¬ 20000000 Clothing ilats Boots Shoes and Gents Furnishing Goods Surplus 6000000 This Rank solicits the accounts of mer chants farmers traders and business men We solicit an inspectionof generally throughout Eastern Kentucky our goods and guarantee pri Â¬ and oilers its customers every facility and PaicLup Capital 1 the most liberal terms within the limits of CKJtimate banking oct8l y ces satisfactory and articles as Mt Sterling National Bank recommended MT STERLING KY I J DRY DINGFELDER WITH 1 A Capital 100000 M ROBINSON Importers and Jobbers of CO Surplus 16550 LEWIS APPEKSON President II It FRENCH Oabhier customer fairly Mountain business is respectfully solicited with tho assurance that we will treat every GOODS AND NOTIONS E Wright of tho M E Church South will preach at the Murphy school house on Grassy next Sunday the 31st inst at 1030 in the morning and at 3 oclock in tho afternoon Everybody invited Rev J John H Pieratt Jolly John tho auc- Â¬ tioneer has been engaged by J T Day Co to superintend their regular Sat Â¬ urday auction sales Ho will be found on tho stand every Saturday beginning tomorrow 30th inst crying oil tho goods and entertaining tho crowd with anec- Â¬ dotes songs and dances carding machinery which will soon bo in operation and as Stephen Pebworth of Owsley county one of tho oldest and most experienced carders in this country will tako charge of this department those patronizing them in this lino may 8tf rest assured of perfect satisfaction A Hustling Noa 637 630 and 54- 1-- 1 Stret Wcat Main Traders Deposit MT STERLING KY Henry Matlock Co wholesale boots and lan Hazeu shoes was a guest of the Day Houso over Sunday and before leaving gold a very Drummer representing McMil Â¬ J M BI08TAFF President 0 L KIRKPATRICK Vice President W W THOMSON Cashier DIRECTORS THER wanted uood agents to sew our General link op merchandise No peddling aliovk salary will br paid to live agents for fur Â¬ LOUISVILLE KY SALARY 25 PER WEEK CHICAGO GENERAL SUPPLY CO 178 W Van Huron St OwpAflO information address Illv UiUi handsomo bill of goods and placed his card iu The Herald which see G L KlRKPATKIOK Dr R Q Drake W T Tyler J T Highland J D Rkad ANDREW FK8IBR HORSE BILLS rgBBS Printed in thtt and at lowwt otte rt at Snd u yowr rUr bat tyj am1 um mi - -- f W Hazel Green Herald mat flfl THE GHOST DAIOC J MR JUSTICE BROWN AN OLD ENGLISHWOMAN KENTUCKY CENTRAL RAILWAY 3 - R K ff fU t xte kv - r tho ghost danco Is original with uie Sioux suid un old frontiersman to a man - Denveris aRepublican Cnptuin recently -- y i Jack of mistuko This - Modoc fame is tho Nestor of the ghost dance although it was not known then Tho present Sioux by that name danco may have received a few extra LUgfcKTW llVWMPjB nVHHlfuj embellishments but it Is simply notn ing more or less than the old Modoc P Pi vi tHriv Mh c - war danco Captain Jack during tho days of MM7l irlwE inI i peace preceding the iuouoc war at Â¬ It had been considered almost certain her little fin- - fiSTSciiKDULB in Effect Fin 15 181H fl VKHirflPv LMiiVjHHBttUBIHhvS B tav- Â¬ tended a dance given at a frontier by Washington correspondents and the oldest winow gcr and with No ern at which he was a spectator evi other persons who ought to be well in- Â¬ the exception of being a little deaf und No 4 Accoin No When he formed that Attorney General Miller having poor signt dently deeply interested sua mm is Daily Daily Daily went back to his tepee ho was seized would receive the appointment Judge to enjoy life She can eat any South Dound GENERAL SPINNER KxpriM Fst Lu KxSnn with a desire to introduce some new Hrowns name had been under consider thing but her meat must be Le 8 10am 800pm LUOpm features in tho Modoc dances So af tor ation by the President once before upon cooked to death because she has Cincinnati 8 18am 8 OS put JUtipm Tho Publlo Oaroor of tho Lato Ex a consultation with a few of his trusted the denth of Justice Matthews und his only one tooth She spends her day in Covington Ar 11 18 am 10 ipui f SOpm Paris Unltod States Troasuror lieutenants ho Inaugurated a grand rejection nt that time was too hastily her cottage and is wheeled in a peram- Â¬ Lexington 12 lOnn 1 1 00 pm 0 20 pm circle dance The Indians kept going interpreted to mean that his chances of bulator to the house of a neighbor Paris 7 noTptu Le 11 27 am 15pm Eovnblo Man Who Mndo Ills Mark In continuously to the left to the music of elevation to the Supreme liench under every evening to sleep Her husband Winchester Ar 12 lOnn j 20 pm 7 tom toms dancing as they went with tho present Administration were not who was a shoemaker died about lljchmond Hln Integrity und 1 oTipm the World by nni liiimii bi Honesty 3 05 pm jit ii r wild disregard to musical precision but worth considering thirty five years ago and she has lived Livingston 4 50 pm Finally Scar Ills Death with great enthusiasm A gentleman who re- Â¬ Corliin Henry Hillings Drown was born in alone ever since 7 25 pm Faced Charley fainted with exhaustion Lee Mass March S 1830 He entered cently visited the old ludy thus describes MiddlesboroiiLli Cumberland Gap 7 oOpni titan his face was the Tho dance was stopped When he re Â¬ the class of Ml at Ynle and was gradu Â¬ his call Better known Lt 4 50pm signature of General Francis E Spin- Â¬ gained his senses ho graphically de Â¬ ated when only twenty yenrs old He Is Mrs Morfew in I asked and Corbin Williamsburg 5 45pm ner His physiognomy was that of a scribed what a wonderful vision he had afterward studied law and movedto De- Â¬ knocked gently at the open door No Jellico Ar 0 20 pm prob- Â¬ experienced He had seen Wee Na Katah German from Suabia which in all where he became so prominent a answer Thinking that there might be itiebmond 1 50 pm litability was his ancestry for his father the most powerful of early day Modoc troit 4 45pm member of the bar that he was ap-Â¬ a back room to which the old lady had Lancaster John Peter was born in linden ten cliicfrf whon the tribo was in the zenith pointed district attorney In 1808 he retired I knocked again and again Stan lord Ar 5 20 pin years before tho signing of the Declara Â¬ of its glory The spirit of the chief was made circuit judge of Wayne Coun- Â¬ each time louder than before For some No t No o No 1 tion of Independence General Spinner told him that by killing the first three ty and held that position for about time all remained silent and then sudDaily Daily North Dound was born in tho Mohawk valley in a white men who came into their reser- Â¬ seven years In 1875 President Grant denly the heap of grayish clothes on Express Daily Ex Siui German vation all tho land would bo re- Â¬ Dutch settlement called 7 00 am Le i S appointed him District Judge of the the old tumble down four poster began Stanford 7 50am in 1802 John Peter Spinner stored to them and that all dead Modocs Circuit Court of the United States for to move and some one said in a far- Â¬ Lancaster Flats 10 15am Ar had been a Roman Catholic priest for would bo brought to life The story the Eastern District of the Sixth Ci- Â¬ away unearthly voice Eh and once Kiuliniond em- Â¬ made a great impression on the Indians 8 loam Le a twelve years in linden when he again as somewhat staggered I remained Jellico position he has held ever since Williamsburg tH j 8 50 am braced Protestantism married and and the fate of General Canby and tho rcuita to its geographical situation Then from the tan Corbin at the door Eh Owing 35nm Ar came to the United States preaching in Peace Commission in 1873 tells how rig- Â¬ with an unusually largo part of the cases gled muss there rose a smnll head with Cnmbd GapLe 2 5 0 25am Â¬ his native language and in English un- idly the Modoc chiefs carried out the brought before the district court of widows enp pushed on one ear Middlesberotigh 2 cu 0 45am til ho died General Spinner was edu- Â¬ spiritual suggestion 2 0 25am C Detroit are admiralty cases and in this hair as white as the finest flax and Corbin in- Â¬ After the death of the commission branch of the United States law Judge with a face of a million lines and Livingston cated entirely by his father who Ar 5 - H 05 a in sisted that ho should learn a trade and this same tribe held one of their circlo Drown is recognized as the very highest wrinkles but still with a little flush of Livingston 11 15am Le apprenticed him to a confectioner in dances around their remains and with authority It was of his decisions in ad- Â¬ life not unlike an apple that has once lliulimond Le 0 05am 12 4opm Albany and when he was dissatisfied war whoops and blood thirsty hearts but Winchester Ar J 55 am 140 pm one of the ablest been pleasant to the eyes cases 7 45am 2 33pm with that trade bound him out to a sad- Â¬ started on the long campaign among miralty of the that asleep in the straw for Paris Supreme Court of the has now been Le 7 00am 2 00pm 3 45pm Young Spinner tho lava beds where they picked off Justices dler in Amsterdam many days and has become shrivelled Lexington United States with the full concurrence 7 53 am 2 45pm 4 25pm Paris took a fancy for tho militia and by soldiers among the natural fortifica- Â¬ of his colleagues once remarked They up and wrinkled Covington Ar 10 44 am 5 40pm G 37 pm the timo ho was thirty two had tions of the region I have been in the need no revision in this court of the Ar 10 50am 5 50 pin 0 45ni Cincinnati Bad Lands of Dakota and it is indeed reached tho grade of Major-Gen-erREAL AMAZONS provisions of of the W L MUNSON Trav Pass Agt In 1835 he was elected equally as bad a country as the Oregon proper application Salvadorlan Women Shouldered Rides and 1838 9 lava beds is Cincinnati Ohio A dance among Indians sheriff of Herkimer County In Fought for Their Country to build the luna- Â¬ always a prelude to trouble In 1873 it he was commissioned C P Atmoke Knott Womans right to bear arms is undis- Â¬ S IITraffic Mnnnger tic asylum at Utlca He became cash Â¬ was tho circle dance In 1890 it was the Jen Pass Agt Her desire to bear arms and to puted ier of a bank in Mohawk and there ghost dance It Is as natural for an General Offices Louisville Ky shoulder her gun and go soldiering to made his home for the rest of his life Indian to use his feet and lungs before S F It Mouse Asst Gen Pass Agt war with men is not of frequent occur- Â¬ a fish Ho was for somo timo employed in the going on tho war path as it is for rence however says the New Orleans Office Chamber of Commerce Building in Now York City and in to swim It is part of their tradition custom house Cincinnati Ohio Picayune We read of Amazons but Superstition to a large extent pervades 1854 was elected to Congress as an anti do not often see them except those of No 2 Daily to all points except Rowland slavery Democrat He was on the com Â¬ the breasts of the Indians and they the Impossible sort who are dreams of Division which is daily except Sunday mittee that investigated the assault think that a war without the usual No 1 Huns daily from Lexington to Cinloveliness in Amazon marches on the dance preface would be hoodooed disturb- Â¬ cinnati burlesque stage The recent The Sioux are not in my estimation No 2 Runs daily ances in Central America have brought to handle They No 5 Huns daily from all stations ex the wickedest Indians to the front a class of patriotic women cept the Rowland Division which is daily are the most cowardly tribe on Amer- Â¬ readv and willintr to fiffht for their except Sunday The Ulackfeet are the ican soil No 3 Daily except Sunday rights as men fight and they are the meanest and the Modocs the bravest No 4 Daily between Cincinnati and Lex- all the rights women who should have although every Indian believes in fightÂ¬ men have in selecting officials holding ington 2 and G make connections at Win vv stJQJlllMin Apaches are per Â¬ ing in ambush Tho Nos WW office or in the management of their chester for points on the N N M V E I haps the most numerous and merciless Government No 2 Carries tlrrough cars from CincinMB JUSTICE DROWN Tho Ulackfeet Indians have a ghastly The following tribute to Salvadorian nati to Middleshorough and Cumberland ceremony when they don war paint Besides his learning and acumen Amazons has been translated from a re- Â¬ Gap and all intermediate stations and runs law They have a council of war Then in this very delicate and difficult branch de Salva- Â¬ daily El twelve squaws are huddled together of the law Judge Drown is recognized cent number of the Mensajero army of numerous Among dor and chant a weird death song The as possessing a comprehensive mind and veterans which came to this capital on oldest warriors aged and unfit for a clear judicial spirit that fit him for the Sunday we observed several women further active campaigns then draw consideration of all classes of cases who shouldering their guns with belts lots as to which will sacrifice his blood likely to come before the court girded to their loins marched keeping WITH and be a martyr for the new campaign It Is possible that Judge Drown might time to the drums and showing by Tho one who draws the straw with a before their bearing and demeanor as much the Supreme liench spot of black paint in the center then have reachednot been another candidate soldier It can If there had LATE GENERAL SPINNER r THE stabs himself in several places in the from his own State at the time of Justice discipline as the best Salvador as far as JULIUS BENCKENSTEIN CO not be denied that presence or trtoo as no iaiis me This gentleman the defense and preservation of its Matthews death made by Preston Tirooks on Charles blood gushesthe from his wounds Into Sumner In 1850 he became a Repub Â¬ this blood each warrior dips his finger Mr Alfred Russell Is said to have been rights is concerned stands among the lican He was twice re elected to Con Â¬ emitting unearthly war whoops as they urged at that time by Senator McMillan first nations of America since frail wom- Â¬ Manufacturers and Jobbers of gress and when tho Lincoln adminis Â¬ do so This is equivalent to an oath and other influential men The ap an though strong iu these cases voluntration camo in Secretary Chase made that they swear by tho blood of their pointmentof Justice llrewer relieved the teers willingly to go into the battle field him Treasurer of the United States a sacrificed comrade to be true to tho President of his difficulty in choosing not only to be of uso in lending succor position that he tilled for over fourteen commands of their chiefs and fight to between the two Detroit candidates at to her wounded husband or son who years It was due to Goneral Spinners the last that time Judge Drown is a warm fight for their rights but also to herÂ¬ women were first employed of Judge Jackson his late su- country by shouldering a rifle and firadvice that The llannoeks at Ross Fork agency friend In the departments at Washington are perhaps tho best dressed Indians in perior circuit judge and also of Justice ing on the enemy cartridges which by many of tho men clerks joining the the country They are tho dudes of the ltlutchford and is well known by the nature she would fear even to touch army and creating hundreds of va- Â¬ Nation in that respect Ordinarily an Supreme Court and by members of the There we say must exist great love of cancies dally His queer signature was Indian is slovenly dirty and Indifferent bar generally who practise before it country profound patriotism and great He never account of his frequent appearances zeal for their liberty and independence purely an affectation in his dress Tho Itrannocks of Idaho on WOONSOCKET wrote his name in the way it appears however tako good care of their in Washington a counsel In admiralty for their fatherland on greenbacks Issued bo voluminously blankets and have more pride than the cases llutter from Coconnut Milk during the war until he became Treas- Â¬ usual run of redskins They aro great In stature tho new Justice is rather Within the last year a new trade has urer He then cultivated this queer travelers also They enjoy the priv- Â¬ below the middle size He is stoutly as ap Â¬ AGENCY ilege of f rtfe transportation on all tho built and of strong constitution smooth sprung up In India and attained extraordinary dimensions In 1880 a German pears from his portrait he is Union Pacific trains provided thoy ride thought to that on freight cars or tho blind baggage shaven and is often Mr McKinlcy bear chemist Dr Sehlunk discovered from NO 103 WEST PEARL STREET excellent butter could bo made some resemblance to Â¬ Thoy aro so well behaved that the In Some years since Judge Drown coconnut milk It Is pleasant to both dian agent allows them leave of ab Â¬ CINCINNATI O married Mrs Pitts tho widow of a taste and smell of a clear whitish sence whenever thoy wish to go She Is a color singularly free from acids in wealthy Detroit merchant society leader at home and is likely to every way a much better diet than the BPINNERB FAMOUS AUTOOnArn The Queens DiiuKhters as Cooks be in Washington Their home is one poor cheap butter and oleomargarines It is not generally known says a cor- Â¬ of the finest residences in the city at of European markets Tho manufact Â¬ elgnaturo in ordor to prevent counter respondent of tho Leeds Mercury that queer species of is avenue ure of feiting When he designed ins omce a our Queens daughters In addition to tho upper end of Teuorsonelegantly carried thisin Germany as well butter In- Â¬ on as in There they have entertained thorough count of the money in the being excellent needle women are also dia one German firm having turned out Troasury wns made and the amount on good cooks When they were children and both aro very popular at their three thousand to four thousand kilo S13Q This General they had a little kitchen of their own at homo hand fell shdrt grammes daily during all of the present Spinner said ho thought ho could ralso Osborne where they concocted nil kinds Shoe mocking and Cold Feet year me cocoanuts lor this nutter are by tho help of his friends if necessary of dishes sweets being naturally the When tho leather In your shoes be Imported into Germany from India but ho never would and ho insisted on favorites Here they converted into comes old and begrimed with blacking ehielly from Hombay In large and in Two months were jam the fruit out of their own gardens you will ascertain that the feet will bo creasing another count numbers and tho trade seems spent in recounting and examining and turned out many a savory dish for cold remarked tho old time shoe-selle- r i8amplo Pens different patterns in likely to attain still greater Importance n MfolTAl WlntAil rtlnfl ll lIOX books of account until the mistake was the delectation of their brothers all of Then It is timo to cast aside tho sent post paid on rocolpt of 10 CUNTS discovered and it was found that Gen Â¬ whom had as excellent appetites as gen Â¬ shoes and use them to wear beneath FurrowH on tlu FIiikt Nulls CO London Etbt824 eral Spinner had not lost or stolen a erally appertain to boys At least one firHis nr for sninB other purpose I PERRY Nearly twenty years ago Dr Wilks He has mudo his home in of tho Princesses still continues to cook have seen it referred to many times directed attention to tho curious fact penny U S umce StO Broadway New York Florida for several years past making nn occasional little plat and has lieen but if you want to keep your shoes in that a transverse furrow always apÂ¬ office at 10c a sfl Sold his homo in a tent at Pablo bench not heard to say that she would have made good condition you should use vaseline pears on the nails after a serious ill- Â¬ dozen or 75cat a The II kuai and purchase gross Call far from Jacksonville Thoro ho spent an excellent chef on them of ton The life will be kept in ness Medical men ignored what they some if you would make writing easy his time reading writing fishing and the leather and II rightly applied you called tho visionary opinions of Mr e r It VStMitMMl mud by JMm R The Report or the Head visiting Ho was the pioneer of Pablo can shine tho footwear just as well as If Wilks giving the matter but little at Â¬ l tou nuy nul link bflnif lurut liciar OooJlcilriVVl viuik flourishing seaside re- Â¬ Algie I heard a report that Chapplo tho preparation had never been used tention in their medical works at minliliul and now it is h Re Â¬ l Iiiiw ich ynuqtilckljr 1ml forum from f in sort His final disease was cancer of fell last night und hurt his head IU ilr tliu lit tiicio M Put it on at night when taking off tho cently a new Interest In the subject has lit any I urt on llulli Hin ll it N tlws face 0 us Well theres nothing iu Imiin Amtricyuuiiiciiinmriice shoes Thoro is castor and like oil been revived and pathological societies ng til uur ilimvr mumriiti ouly Y Herald also that will as woll serve tho purposo have begun an investigation Ono re Ik woik All Umw irtujrSlHrir FeraoniUUj DMatUft to We rrr wurktrKASIIV Mrl Ou fiirnblilif and keop your shoes and boots In good markable case shows nail furrows HlEVlHLY Imnnl a nrtlilnr What shape imparting much greater warmth caused by threo days seasickness r Hm ErisweU You say you havent Johnnie IAIII KULAKS VUYK AdlnMt 01I Minister to Mtlo STlNMJN A tl TOUTI lM JUI Wot Oft your family escutcheon school for my oiacictng go to if you Lofdirtwatr Nqt one nice ami do youJohnnie Sunday Billy Smith to tho feot thaneat up allallow life In the HI rrcrVrtiicc Because the like to and tho son fatmU--Ho- w awfully HJm Mrs Sllmdlet What part of tho HORSE BILLS in our class lives next to do ball leather When blackiug commonces to bow heky it U that escuth6 wmt whats and he tells us all about de Printed iu the best style cako pn the shoes wash them with plain chicken shall I give you Mr Goodfeedi trrouns be Molted Uk wU like foatimw for James every Sunday and at lowest rates nt Tho Epoch Hoarder All but tho neck Judge water no soap ortu r us SPENCER COOLER Editor -- Is Not Now Hut Win Invented by Captain Jnck tho Modoc - His Appolntmont to tho Supromo People have been led to believe that Bonoh a Surprise imt Amtu HAZEL GREEN KY mm m m Mrk BiuT S Hundred uud Tour Mrs Morfew tho oldest widow in En- Â¬ gland is now ono hundred and four SHORTEST AND QUICKEST KOUTE years ul u y i und lives alone A Man IomcbsIiij i Comprehensive Mind FROM CENTRAL KENTUCKY in a little cot Â¬ and ii Clear Iiidlnliil Slrlt rrsoiil Aitpearanee mid Traits or tho tage in the outTO Aid POINTS New lust lee of M tf iMoM tjrv skirts ui Lon i nt asiiVi wv nsHj uuui kjii g oami NORTH EAST WEST ou V L44L 1m enjoys Harrison has treated the President AND SOUTHWEST not health has country to a surprise in appointing us she says her Judge Drown to the place on the Su Â¬ belf us much FAST LINE UETWEEN LEXING by Justice premo II noli made vacant TON AND CINCINNATI as an ache in Millers death says Harpers Weekly UrlKht mid Chipper at tho Ago of Ono 1SaSaZ7jaS7Z7 1ILUK GltASS ltOUTJC Â¬ Â¬ lWWrJ 5 Â¬ -- m - Â¬ i i K al i J Â¬ Â¬ v Â¬ J P ROGERS i V 1 Â¬ 4 Â¬ Bmillliilix RUBBER M Â¬ m 3 EHGLlSllU2llADE Â¬ rAifcoN STEEL PENS I T I J office Send your i iJisV jjifi Tjgg W HP gHifMntitiIlilT lipMNrtfrtite w ADDITIONAL ALLIANCE Monry ami It Ucn Wo have already remarked that money iri u medium of exchange In the curly history of the human race there was no such thing as money Afterwards gold and silver became money by the law of In their turn shells beads cat- Â¬ custom tle laud metals of various kinds leath er wampum and even deer and coon skins have been ued as money The principal functions of money is to aid in a convenient and equitable distribution of the products of labor There are two important agents employed in the process of distribution money and transporta- Â¬ tion The first is used to effect a change of ownership or title in property and the second to change its location Hence money and transportation are the two most important factors in the distribu- Â¬ Upon an tion of a nations wealth equitable distribution of the products of labor depends the happiness of both the The real funcproducer and consumer tion of money is to assist in this equita This distribution was ble distribution originally accomplished through barter To illustrate A and Bare farmers nnd A and B have their C is a blacksmith horses shod or plow sharpened by C and pay him the one in breadstuff and the other in meat This furnishes C with something to eat but he wants shoes for himself and family These neither A or B have but D who lives across the way is a shoemaker and has a surplus of shoes but does not want any blacksmith ing doue The question now is how will C and D makefile exchange on the barter plan 0 does work for A and B for which he is paid in breadstuff and meat of which A and B have plenty He takes part of this breadstuff and meat and goes to D and makes the exchange for shoes for D requires bread and meat The inconvenience of this method how ever soon became apparent and some medium of exchange or token of value was introduced that dispensed with the circuitous manner of effecting an ex Â¬ change of each others products C had only to take a due bill or token for work which he performed for A and B This he exchanges for a pair of shoes with D When D wants breadstuff or meat he has only to present this due bill or token to A and B and they pay him the value instead of C who done their work By this method they all get value received for their labor in such articles as they want and the exchanges are made direct without passing through so many hands as they otherwise would without the use of the due bill or token As time went on and population increased and spread itself over the globe it became a difficult matter to determine whether these tokens were genuine or not and the government then for the protection of its subjects declared what should be the legal token By long es- Â¬ tablished custom and by right from a standpoint of justice the power to declare what shall be a legal token of value or money is inherent in government and should be exercised for no other purpose than for the greatest good to the greatAs money performs the est number important function of assisting distribu- Â¬ tion it naturally follows that the more there is to distribute the more money will be required to accomplish it As it requires so many cars so much transportation service to change the location carry to market of labors products so it requires a certain amount of money to exchange ownership The want of a sufficient number of cars to effect a change of location would work no great- Â¬ er hardship on both the producer and consumer than an insufficient quantity of money to effect a change of ownership The result in both cases would be a sur- Â¬ plus of certain products in one locality and a scarcity of others in almost every locality This continued for any length of time results in ruinous low prices for what the producer sells and high prices for what ho buys This condition of things paralyzes the arm of production and results in poverty distress and destitution Cheap distribution is the key to individual happiness and national pros perity This can only be secured by cheap money and cheap transportation and to this end the Farmers Alliance has mado its demands If tho number of cars for transporta- Â¬ tion sorvico is limited they are in great demand and as a matter of coure com mand a higher price for wrvices Tho samo with money if thero is not a sufficient amount in circulation it commands a higher pricn for its sorvice and tho price remains in tho hands of tho owners of money speculators When money is plenty it is tho beneficent agent of com- Â¬ merce when it is scarce it is the master of commerce this is especially true when tho people aro largely in debt Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Money being the legal token by which all dobts are adjusted the greater the in Â¬ debtedness of tho people tho more de mand thero is for money It might be said that the debt paying power of money is one of its functions and from a legal standpoint it is but it isw closely allied to the one great function that of assisting distribution that it might properly be classed with it For while from an equitable standpoint a debt is duo in so much of the products of labor it can only be legally discharged in so many legal units called dollars representing different values at different times This difference is caused by a change in the relative quantity of money in circulation and the products which it is said to measure Thus if money be scarce and products plenty products will be cheap and if the condition is revers- Â¬ ed money made plenty as compared with products money will be cheap and prod- Â¬ ucts high In tho first instance tho hold- Â¬ ers of money would be benefitted intho latter the producers Hence there has always been an effort on the part of the owners of money to make it dear by making that which circulates scarce This phase of the money question how- Â¬ ever properly comes under tho head of abuses and will be thoroughly discuss ed in future papers Men perform labor tor money not because it posesses value within itself but because they can ex Â¬ change it for value In this way itgives vitality to industry assists indevelopiftg the resources of the country and pro- Â¬ motes the happiness of the human family For this purpose money was invented by man and to this end it should bo controlled by government It is claimed by oine that money is a divine institution The same has been claimed for the right of kings to rule for polygamy and other religious rites that are at once inconsis- Â¬ tent with human happiness and repugnant to common sense Money was invented by man for mans use and for mans convenience and hap piness Any measure that has a tenden- Â¬ cy to prevent this object robs society of its rights and humanity of its privileges and is therefore inconsistent with the purposes of good government Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Ashland Park Stallions for 1891 BERMUDA record 229 third hcut Yearling exhibition 239 four-year-ol- 5874 two-yenr-o- ld FAYETTE WILKES 2 03 Trial Oct 9 Â¬ Â¬ WEST CLOUD 5105 foaled March 31 tritil 217 Illuck horse 15 hands 3 Inches high foal Day horse 15 hands ed June 15 1883 Bred nt Ashland Park 8 inches high foal Sired by BANKER 4144 ed May 3 1878 Tho Own brother to Lysnndcr sire of Lvsuudcr handsomest son of Bov 220X Wutt 224 William Ivcurnoy his great sire nnd 1040 2C0J4 Lvsandcr Chief First dam lattic Patchen trial 238 grandma tho handsomest of of Chestnut Wilkes 229 by Mambriiio any trotting bred Patched sire of the dnms ofGuy Wilkes horse in tho United Kl Astral 218 Rowi Wilke218 215 States vira218 Clcora 218 Houri 217 nnd 21 others in the 230 list Second dam Mnndy by Stanhopes lllood Sired by George Wilkes and Hawk Hire of dam of Almont 227 Aloy Wilkes 220 Guy Wilkes Third dam Pnttic by Downlngs Vermont Sire of Hnrry Wilkes 213 Mike Wilkes juicer 215X5 Wil215 sire of the dam of hnigmn 220 Mambrino So So 217 son 210 Wilcox pacer Hell llruce 240 sire of Kit Curry 218 210Ki Rosa Wilkes 218 Wilton 219 Wilson 225 Gills Vermont Sire of Hon Joe Hunker 219 Flora Wilkes pacer nor Hoy 223 nnd sire of the dams of Abel 2 19 Tom ltogers 220 etc Nelly L Col Bradshaw 220 224 GambctUi 220 The King 229 223 Outlaw 229 Pearl 230 First dam Sally Hamlet winner of Fourth dam Jesse by Thomas Jefferson Hamlet Stakes in 1875 by Hamlet He is a beautiful black with right hind A V Pantlind sire of Loretta F 218 ankle white stands 15 hands high and is Lady M 223 220 Truro nacer 222 a perfect horse all over having both bone Leontino 223 Rronkside Flora 229 and and substance combined with the form and Cyclone the dams of Tho nil ess 218 finish characteristic of the cross he so well 223 tranby225 Graceful 225 and represents viz Hambletonian sire and Mam HnmletUv 229 brino Patchen dam This cross stands as the Cap very best because public performances have Second dam Sal dam of Coarser 220 tain Clay Driftwood and grandam oi Mnr demonstrated its vuluc Of Its ninny reprelowe pacer 215 by Canada Chief sire sentatives not one is the superior of Dcrmu of dams of Governor 230 and Joe Hookda for not one has demonstrated the wiine ability to train on from year to year begin er sire of Maud Mncey 217 etc ning in the yearling form none are butter Third dam the dam of Sofe that produced bred or better looking Blanche 225 by imp Yorkshiie sire Asn sire he is of course untried his first of dam of Ashland Chief sire of Black colts being foaled In 1889 now yearlings Cloud 217 Judged at this age no stnllinu ever sired more uniform natural gnitcd colts with speed unprecedented He will stand for mares Fourth dam by Woodpecker thoroughbred ten miles in 2808 sire of Prince 227 season of 1891 nt 200 TO INSURE the 100 at the money to be paid as follows The fee of Favette Wilkes Is within tho time of service and the other 100 when the reach of all and lower than that of any mare proves in foal Being limited to 30 outside mares parties wishing to breed to him horse of equal merit in Kentucky had better book their marcs early SEASON SIOO record 222 il20K fourth heat d 22434 five-ycar-o- hl 18S0 223K Out of tho dam of Black Cloud 217hia slro out of the dam of Wilson 210 Hay horso Ashland Park 1884 Brcdat Sired by ABDALLAH WEST 2583 Slro of Wilkin 227 First dnm the dam of Black Cloud 217 by Pilot Walker pacor Second dnm the Cluko pacing ware West 1st dnm Miss Coons dam of Wilson by Clark Chlof 2d dnm Ohio by 210 American Clay 3d dnm brought from Ohio and represented to bo by Browns Bellfouu der Abdallah West dlod at six years old Ho was tho most promising colt over bred 222 Notk Abdullah West 2583 by Allle Â¬ two-year-ol- d Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ West Cloud Is a rich tinahogany bay 15 hands 2 inches with black iiihiiu nnd tail and black legs extending above knees nnd hocks He is a powerfully built horso for hiH height and has the most finished set of feet and legs Us possible to get on a horso of any breed As a he gave evidence of being possessed of remarknblo speed as with little handling he trotted a half mile in 118 1 5 and miles in his work in 249 At three years old he wns jiot trained owing to a very severo attack of plnk ce Ho also done no work on tho track us a As n he was jogged nnd trained lightly moro for thr purpose of ascertaining Ifhe was entire Â¬ ly recovered than with h view of testing his speed In a few months ho trotted n full mile in 238 and half in 115 This seAson 1890 he served n few mures of my own nnd wns not put to work until September nnd his Improvement wns most remarknblo Ho repeatedly trotted halves in 110 and I am Ailly convinced ho will with a seasons train ing trot in 220 I will let him serve 20 mares season of 1891 outside of ten of my own at 50 THE SEASON money due nt tinio of service or before removal of mare The usual return privilege is given to return marc In 1892 should she not get in foul two-year-ol- d four-year-ol- d five-year-o- ld Mares bred by the season not proving in foal have the usual privilege of return T breed sound highly finished trotters and hnvo for sale hiirh bred colts and fillies out of nroducim dams bv a creator number of ii roinincut sires than anv farm in the hind Fnr sale at prices based on actual individual merit For further information see n i catalogues which can be had on application Mares kept at regular rates Di Ji TREACY Ashland Park Lexington Ky yfliMUfl Caveats and Trade Marks obtained and all Patent business conducted for Moderate Fees Our Office Is Opposite U S Patent Office and we can secure patent In lees time than those remote from Washington Send model drawing or photo with description Wo advise if patentable or not freo of charge Our feo not duo till patent is secured A Pamphlet llow to Obtain Patents with names ofactual clients in your State county or town sent free Address Â¬ Â¬ Official Directory of Wolfe County CIRCUIT COURT II G Lilly Judge Meets second Mon day in January nnd July J P Marrs Commonwealths Attorney Â¬ J N Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Prediction Four years from next Wednesday the candidates for Governor will be Gen J B Castleman James P Bryan Bennett Fl Young and the incumbent will be for the former A Democratic President will occupy the White House and the Far- Â¬ mers Alliance will be numbered with the dead Grange and Greenback parties Daily Courier Journal As to the correctness of the prediction concerning the candidates four years hence we have nothing to say but if the Courier Journal is to name the candi- Â¬ dates for State office four years in ad- Â¬ vance and then set the exact time of the death of the Alliance we believe it to bo time for the people to rise in open rebel- Â¬ lion If the mouthpiece of corporations is to pronounce the death sentence upon the Alliance then we say the sooner Will the laboring men dead the better continue to enrich corporations and al- Â¬ low them to thus spit in their face and allow the Alliance the only safeguard of their liberties to die for want of sup- Â¬ We answer no port A W mon Pleas Court J 1 Vaiibant Deputy Clerk Vaughn Trustee of Jury Fund F Elkins Olerk of Circuit and Com Â¬ VHHaKHfj PaaHlaH aa fttflaMaiaMaiMawiaaaaSililiraiaJfialkTjrflfrffn riBaV laaaaf CASNOWCO Opposite Patent Office Washington COMMON PLEAS COURT S II Patrick Judge Meets 2nd Monday in February and August A T Combs Muster Commissioner 0 C COUNTY COURT S M Tutt Judge Meets 1st Monday in each mouth Quarterly Court Tuesduy after 1st Monday in March June September and December GOLD DUST 4W t44M444444m AGENCW i stract oi mo taws mowing now to unurn IHicnu caveiitf Tnuin A pamphlet of Information and ab Joseph O Lvkius County Attorney James JJ ifollon Court Clerk C r Hanks Sheriff T F Stamper Jailer II N Hortoi School Superintendent J F Pclfrey Corwner W G W Crewey Assessor G II Lacy Surveyor This Combined vnunrr Atnlllnii will ninlra the season of 1801 at our stables in Huzel ureun iy and win servo maree ntTKN 10 TO INSURE A LIVING DOLLARS COLT money due when the mure fouls with a Hen oh the colt until the money in paid or If the mare Is parted with or bred to another horse the money lu then duo zzzza 1 JUSTICES OF THE PEACE S P Murphy Wednesdi District No after 2nd Monday in Marcii June Seiitei ber and December A II Landrum Vldav alter sru Mommy in Mareli June scptcui ber and December 1 Dkbcrutiun and Pedigree GOLD DUST Is 0 years old the 28th day of May 18tl 11 bunds high a beautiful chestnut with star and white hind feet beautiful mane and tail Ills power style and action are unsurpassed Ho was sired by Senator Blackburn he by Dlllard Dud ley he by John Dlllard the grandslre of Phil Thompson record 210 Eric McCldiid and Nick with records better than 225 Ills dam was sired by the Phillips horso tho sire of Blue Jeans he by Gen Tnylor Ac Also at the same stables will be found thq elegantly bred young trotting stulllon Â¬ lent jrce vaiarM CopTrisnts ju sa ijJm uiiuu nn Vemar I v L3U1 Uroadwar New York sM Â¬ tho Farmers nml Laborers i It lroyreHhliiu In answer to tho above question will District No 4 It Legg Saturday aftfiSTDO YOU WANT TO SAVE say that since November 15 1890 we FROM 25 to 50 CENTS ON EVERY er 2nd Monday In PMarch June September have added to our number of County DOLLAR YOU SPEND If bo white and December Isaiah niieucer Tuesday 4th Monday Unions nine now counties and three hun- Â¬ for our illu8tratkd catalogue afterand December In March June Septem containing illustrations and prices ber Â¬ dred and seventy sub lodges and an apDlstilct No proximate membership of 10000 We of everything manufactured in day in March fi Preston Hollon Urd Mon Decem June September manufacturÂ¬ ber David Banks Friday after and Monday the United States now have eighty six county and 2500 ers prices 1st 10000 illustrations sub unions and an approximate member Â¬ lin e8 represented catalogue in March June September nnd December ship in the State of 110000 Let no mailed free on application District No 0 8 S Kose Tuesday after Address 3rd Monday in March June September nnd Steer clear member become discouraged CHICAGO GENERAL SUPPLY CO December M K OHnlr Saturday after of partisan politics as an organization 1st Monday in Mnreh June September and No 178 West Van Ruren St December Vote for homo and family Bo not led CHICAGO ILL by the wily influence of political dema Â¬ District No 7 Kilns Shookey Wednes day after 3rd Monday In March June Sep gogues Lot us do our duty as free men undertake la briefly AYKAR It U Hose 2nd teecli eny fairly lulelilerr lit prreon of either tember and December and all will bo well ei who ren read ami write end who Monday in March June September and De aflrr Inilrur Uonwlll work Induitilouely B F Davis haw in rim Three Taemeael Iller a cember Fraternally Year In How In Union on he earned at our NKVT line oftenrk rabidly and honorably by times of either en young or old and In their own loi alltlceilirrreertncy Her Any one cen lu the work Eear to learn We fumlh ererythlne Wa atari you No rlik ou can denote your epare innmente or til your lime to the work Thle la an entirely new lradand brlnga w ondcrful mictii lu every n oikrr Drpnnm ere vmrrunff irom rs 10 ierweeitana upwariie end mnie after a Utile eiirlrnce We ren furnlih you he em niynrnt and teeth oumrr mi apace to einietn nere run inlvrmaiiun rune UKfc CO elUlSTA tUlMC MONEY District No 2 A F Johnson Thursday after 2nd Monday in March June Septem ber and December J II Vest Saturday after Urd Monday in March June September and December District No 3 W B DulT Friday after 2nd Monday in Mnreh June September and December L M Brown 1th Monday la March June September and December Â¬ vu Â¬ Post Boy Â¬ who will serve a limited nnmberof approved marcs at 10 TO 1NSURIC A LIVING COLT on the same terms as above Jr frfrfrfrfrfr3O0ate6et tXrfrfrommi I at Â¬ all 3000 Â¬ Â¬ Loaning Will some ono answer this money by the government to tho people Loaning 1000000 to a Ji C ALIii is paternalism set of syndicates to carry out New Or- Â¬ leans Exposition is what their own loralltleawrhrrrrrrthrvllte1 will alio Airnlih the elluallon or emloyruentatwlilru you can ram ttial amount No money fur nieunlriaiurceatlulai above Kaeilyand quickly learned I deelra but on worker from each dlitricl or county I have already taught and prodded with eniiloymeot a terra Dumber who ara making oeer f IOOO a rear each lie XKW end NOiMlt KulltiartlcularelIlKK ikddreta at one Ilux 420 Aiitfuetu Alulae WITH Â¬ Â¬ will send us your address wo will mail you our illustrated pamphlot ASHLAND KY explaining all about Dr Dyes Celebra- Â¬ ted Electro Voltaic Belt and Appliances U MAUPIN and their charming effects upon the ner Â¬ WITH vous debilitated system and how they D will quickly restore you to vigor and WHOLESALE DRY GOODS Pamphlot freo If manhood health NOTIONS ROOTtf SHOES Ac afflicted wo will Bend you you aro thus CATLE1TSHURG KY feflly licit and Appliances on a trial HARLEY 8HIVELY Voltaic Bcir Co Marshall Mich If you To NorvouH Dubllltatixl Men SEITZ WJ Henderson Thos WHOLESALE record 213 he by Magic sire of Clemiulo G 215 Alice Stoner 221 Mystery 220 e dam Molllo Kmcry sired by Strath more sire of buijta Cluus 217 Tucker 210 Cricket 210 Adonis 211K 81ml colon210 Sister V 218k Hummer 210 Charles Derby 220 Faustina 220 Bon nio Wlltnore 222K Blazeberry221Mnnd a number of others In the 230 list POST BOY JR is u beautiful chestnut with no marks years old May loth 1891 15 hands 3 inches high and gives promise of being heard from in the future among trotters District No 8 J M Burton Thursday Any ono who is familiar with Slifiiera Post after 3rd Monday in March June Septem Boy will readily rcOognho Post Boy Jr And last but not least will be round nt ber and December W B Vancleave1 Tues day after 2nd Monday in March June Sep the same stables the well known and highly appreciated Jack tcmberniid December Â¬ Â¬ 1 Â¬ Â¬ Dksomition and Pediurkk P08T BOY JR was sired by Post Boy ji Son CAMPTON POLICE COURT Dr J 11 Stamper Judge Court third Monday in each mouth J P Hall Marshal mmmmmmt John Morgan EL H CARPENTER who will servo murcrt nt 10 TO INSURE Court Friday after A LIVING COLT on samo terms as in March June September and desurihed This jaok has no superiorabove 3rd Momlay as a December J W Howerton Marshal good breeder uAU care will bo taken to prevent ao olden t but we will not be responsible LEE CITY POLICE COURT J T F DAY Clay Hose Marshal Thero Is no record should they occur of who is Police Judge nor when court Is held D S Gndsey HAZEL GREEN POLICE COURT Judge tm0e f Weakness DiUouBnctaVce FOR THE IJLOOD Indigestion Malaria and Julius Louchheim LOUI8VILLE Branch of Philadelphia c WITH It cures quickly medicine Get the gtuulnc For sale by all dealers Jo mTOIus Wholesale Clothing KY Co Ti tL H Mnuif little furiunrahare been rnaae at wurn ijr ua by Anna race Aueun Teiaa aul Jno llunn Tolejo Ohio sea cui utucra ate iiiinaaewii uj nuijuar nonte rani over aoj paDaBH lnonlti You acan do Iba woik tBH lln J I Lap kKkjW Miuuum frinoera are eatlly eamlnaj from ISKa to Ma day All if ee We how yon how iWWWWt and atari you Can Work In rpare lima or all the time Kit money for work f Jj elaWaaT era failure unaiiunn ainnf Ibeta Old Papers FOR SALE AT THIS OFFIOE 25 for iw a mm 10j f lor 100 for OU ac lfa ap25ly UUU Co jirn auoifnTHiffnui1 Rlliln lloxttlorlul Mull Dont wait until thty arc all gone but come and get them now ir s vA M i S - I H fev- - v- - r fill 4 V k i- - T I F called a few minutes in town wroto tho editor whore all I pent tho ar Saturday ovqning on their way homo ticlo except to you whom I did fail to from tho Bluo Grass region mention that I had also sent it to ono Editor SPENCER COOPER Wingless 2C I forgot to other editor in tho State May mention this fact to you perhaps from HAZEL GREEN KY lllnckwntor Hubble tho fact that to you tho manuHcripts News scarco and plenty of dust - May 29 1891 wcro first sent J T Pierntt preached two good ser My closest friend Mr JolniBon to mons hero last Sunday whom you gave mo a letter of introduc Too L Henry of Canoy was visiting tionoftcn hands mo a copy of The Her Â¬ alvAHddpJB BBELfi relatives horo last week HuLra ald nnd I just presumed that at that Miles Yocuin nnd wifo visited Frank time your printing spneo was limited Tioratt and wifo last Sunday and that tho article on tho Patent Cen Â¬ James Roso and wife of Grnssy wcro tennial was untimely when you receiv- Â¬ ed your supply of paper visiting Tom Cox and wife Sunday I havo formed tho acquaintance of Mr John Mason Ingram tho doputy sher Â¬ Richards of Salycrsvillc whom you may iff was calling on our citizens last week know Mrs J T Pierntt and son havo been to know Sayings and Doings of tho Citizons vihiting relatives here and nro now at I am particularly anxious when you will havo tho Fair again The in Our Neighboring Counties Ezel President says the next timo he takes a Noah Lyons was hero Sunday and from trip it will bo thero and not for politi- Â¬ As Ilnard nnd Hoen by Ilornld Goi raspon indications Noah has quite a hankering cal purposes cither dents ntul Hastily Written up fur ovor hero I havo heard about tho State A and Our Army of Roatloru T M Cannoy spent a fow days last M assuming tho Jackson Academy as a week on Dry Kidgo and reports n fino branch and was glad to hear of tho Rules For CorroHponduntH move Writo only news items of general intcr fruit crop there Remember mo kindly to Mrs Cooper nnd accept tho nssuranco of my nlm to have them fresh nnd roll May 25 catnnd Sucker nblo Got nil tho news and condenso It high regard Hastily Barton Kxcl Involutions in as fow words as possiblo Give the J II Caraway was in town today and Kentucky Fnlrs fullest dotnils in tho cnao of n serious ac- Â¬ informed us that ho would start a news Shelbyvillc July 15 i days cident murder or suicido paper at West Liberty about tho 18th of Eminence July 22 5 days Writo tho namo of your post oflico nnd next month to be known as the Morgan Harrodsburg July 28 5 days state Messenger Columbia August 4 4 days Write your most important news items Mrs Lucy Pierntt and MIbs Corn Danville August 4 5 days first Combs who havo been engaged in tho Campbellsvillo August 11 i days Bo careful to spoil all proper names and dress making business at millinery Nicholasville August 11 4 days correctly nnd write ovory lotter in thorn St Helens and Booneville aro now at Sharpsburg August 11 5 days plainly home Lebanon August 18 4 days You may describo usually Bovoro loMaysvillo AugtiBt 18 5 days C T Snowdcn from St Helens and cal storms but in no other cosjo should Springfield August 25 4 days Miss Mary Combs from Owsloy county you spoak of tho weather Loxington August 25 5 days nro visiting at this place In giving personals dont montion Bardstown Sopt 1 4 days B F Cockrell who has been confined visits among neighbors or to persons in Bowling Green Sopt 1 6 dnys tho samo part of tho county unless they to his room for somo time is out again Paris Sept 1 5 days nro tendpd by somo accident or some othTho young folks of the town had a Cynthinnn Sept 1 4 days er unusual ovont pleasant trip to tho clifls lust Sunday Elizabethtown Sept 8 i days Dont puff anybodys business unless Mrs J T Pioratt and son of Hazel Winchester Sept 8 5 days it is paid for as an advertisement Where Green nro visiting in town this week Horse Cave Sept 16 4 days such puffs plcaso ono reader they offend Born on the 21st inst to the wifo of Glasgow Sopt 23 4 days several others James Combs a boy Paducah Oct 14 3 days State factabnly not gossip or opinions May 2G Blurt and state them in Bhor- - sentences Notice Bo careful as possiblo to writo nothing County Secretaries will please remem- Â¬ Changed III Location that would glvo offonso to any one Dont ber that at the organization of tho 10th Granger Texas May 18 1891 speak of your onomies at all unless you Mr Spencer Cooper Dear Sir En- district F L U tho executive com- Â¬ can speak kindly of thorn closed find ono dollar for which please mittee recommended that each male Number tho pages of your mauuscript Bend mo The Herald one year Change member in the district pay 1 cent addi- Â¬ dont number the items writo only on my address from Georgetown to Granger tional dues for tho district organization ono side of the paper and sign your namo T R making the dues 31 cents in this con- Â¬ Granger is situnted on tho M K R 60 miles East of Georgetown Wil- Â¬ gressional district to bo paid to your MORGAN liamson county Texas and is in the ex- Â¬ sub secretary and he to the county secx This is retary of his county and county secreta- Â¬ treme Eastern part of county West Liberty WIsmr A gang of workmen aro engaged in ono of tho finest farming countries I over ries remit samo with report to district Please notify your cleaning out the Licking When they saw the land is a lovel prairie or hog secretary treasurer respective counties nnd havo them pay blast largo rocks in deep water thoy kill wallow and very rich Land hero is Fraternally somo nico fish When tho Licking is worth from 10 to 20 per acre accord- up promptly S L Kabii Secy Treas full of steam and push boats then wo ing to location Thero has beon plenty shall expect a railroad to start to this of rain and crops aro looking fine Wheat point wo need both is nil harvested and corn is principally The Dominion Illustrated I will close by saying send Sam J Snlyer our talented County laid by publishers of that splendid Cana Â¬ The Attornoy has been confined to his bed threo back numbers of paper and oblige dian weekly journal tho Dominion Illus- Â¬ W B Greear for a fow days with an attack of fover yours respectfully trated announce that the rcsponso to Formerly of Morgan Co Ky iB better their offer of prizes to the valuo of over but Sam had beon to tho Louisville convention and perhaps did 3000 in competition open to subscribers A Kentuektnn at Wutdtliigton too much hard work ouly has been most gratifying The Washington D C May 23 1891 nature of tho competition renders it a Mrs Mary Font Nickoll is wanted to Spencer Cooper Hazel Green Ky vnluablo ono whether tho competitor teach the public school at this place this Tho good news of tho work at Louis- Â¬ wins n prizo or not The period cov- Â¬ year If tho trustees will only procure ville has stimulated me to express my- Â¬ tho services of this most worthy lady self with exceeding great joy and es ered by tho competition does not cxpiro until Juno 30th nnd persons subÂ¬ wo aro cortnin of a good school pecially because tho mountain district scribing now may compete as readily J H Caraway of Grayson and W B was not forgotten Of course I am sor-Â¬ as any and on oven terms For full par- Â¬ RoblnBon of Warsaw will soon start to ry our friend Col Hodges is not in it of tho competition and a samplo work at this placo and edit a weekly pa Â¬ but now one and all tho van should bo ticulars of tho journal itsolf send 12 cents copy per These men scorn to bo mon of cn in it for hnniony nnd success in stamps to tho publishers tho Sabiston orgy and good humor Of course my not being thoro and oc- Â¬ Litho and Pub Co Montreal Wo aro glad to stato that our superin cupying a position that limits me to con Â¬ Wedding In Jackson tendent will issue certificates to none servatism at least and in which tho law Married on May 20 at tho residonco but sober and upright parties This is itsolf will not permit mo to promote ono of the best ways of improving our any political interests thero is not much of Claiborne Fugnte our old friend Ed Â¬ efficacy in my tuoro woll wishing yot I ward Marcum to Sarah Gwin Gcorgo common schools hon- Â¬ Thk Herald is friendly toward tho assure you I take a warm interest in tho Johnson gavo a supper and dance in of tho occasion Many of Eds old farmers and workingmen and wo do not welfare of the mountain peoplo nnd their or is of a valuo to tho friends wero present at the supper and see why mora of those classes do not tako cause your papor wcro Rovs John J Dickoy the beat paper published in Eaatoru Ken- Â¬ peoplo thoro nnd the development of that among them section of tho Stale that cun not bo esti Â¬ and R B Gardner Eds homo in tho tucky mated in dollars and cents uor fully ro future will be in the beautiful domicile Born to Mrs SalHo Soitz a girl namo alizod in tho years of ono generation which Mrs Gwin occupied prior to hor Cathalino unless changed by her father Enclosed find ono of tho now green backs marriage A C B the popular hardwaro man of this place just from tho press of tho Treasury for Ono of tho features in tho new depart Â¬ The frost and dry weathor have great Â¬ which do not send mo tho papor but apÂ¬ ly damaged gardens and othor vegetation propriate it in sending out such a num- Â¬ ure at J T Day Cos will be an arctic soda fountain wherewith to cool tho in this section ber of samplo copies as you desire- and heated esophagus May 25 Elite whore you think twill do tho most good May town MliilUi to thoso that may bo lukewarm in Â¬ VORIS School election Juuo 6 IIopo all will different or sitting on tho fenco nnd esÂ¬ Representing pecially any school teacher that needs a come and vote CO News this week is scarce so is garden littlo larncn moro than ho has upon Hazel Geeen Herald Herald GI1AP11 SGEOOL it ii BOOKS fit fiO Friday The undersigned tnkes pleasure in announcing Hint thoy havo Just completed ar ciueutN with the American Hook Company that will enable him to sell the school books adopted b the Stato Hoard of Education at the following reduced rates lo McOufleys Small Primer 3M Rnvs Now First Arithmetic KcvisiMi i Â¬ H1HN Vv7V wlflH 8T High Arithmetic Key to name 7f m McGullcys 1st Eclectic Geography f 1 10 2d Eclectic Geography 75 ii 1 30 3d Eclectic Geography 85 n ill publications ot tno American iiooK tommiiv arc wen Kiiown Biandards and wo shall ot all times have a full supply on hand for sale to school ofllccrs teachers or pupils at the prices named Other school books published by tho American Hook Company 137 Walnut Street Cincinnati supplied at correspondingly low priccB CO Hazel Green Ky J T DAY ii ii ii ii ii EASTERN KENTUCKY A Model Restaurant in Almost Every Feature SEATING CAPACITY ISO Hluc Points Saddle Hocks trriie Itagllsli Kitetom West Short Street 12 - iii TJiOROUIH INSTRUCTION IN Third Itender Fourth Header Fifth Header Sixth Kclectio Speller First Header Second Header rnmer 17 17 12 85 11 second Arttnnumc Third Arithmetic Kov to same 30 i LEXINGTON KY Fresh Oysters at all seasons Mobile Counts New York Counts nnd Meals to order at all hours Delicacies of the season always on hand Tho most complete and modern kitchen in 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HOUSE Remember mo to all inquiriug friends LEADING CLOTHIERS OAMPTON KY 0 I will bo thero to soo you next fall yl8ly LEXINGTON KY 8 8 COMBS Propbiktor yes I was about to closo up here but I traveling must not fail to toll you about sending The patronage of the Table th public is bent ami respectfully solicited you that article about the Patent Cen every atteution for the comfort ef guests tUi wurinw Writing Papers Euvelopes Pens Ink I wrote the piece for five pa tennial OF ALL KINDS o for mIo at this office Ladles In Missouri JOB PRINTING Promptly and Neat Â¬ Ac Speueer Oobper aad kin better edit- - pew two iu Kentucky two Note Paner onlv lOo a nulr - 1 ly done at this office when yon need stationery ie4 proprieton of U Mxjmf Gwuu and one in Arkaneae and In each oaee I Louis Gus Straus JOBIIEKS OF Hats Gaps Gloves Straw Goods AND UMBRELLAS 82 N Paint St CJIILUCOTHK 0 J YANKIE II BENNETT WITH SEIP CO D AY HOTTSP 1ms Hazel Greek lronrletress Ky STAViomaY ru been recently refitted w 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